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State Rep. Tim Ginter of Salem, R-5th, has been appointed to the Ohio Commission on Fatherhood, which has the goals of giving opportunities for fathers to become better parents and providers, thus improving the health and well-being of children.

The commission works to improve economic stability, foster responsible parenting and provide healthy relationships for fathers.

“In a day when families are facing incredible stress, the importance of the role of a father in a family cannot be overemphasized,” Ginter said.

Youngstown town hall

YOUNGSTOWN

City council is inviting all residents to attend a town-hall meeting to engage with city leaders to learn about the positive things happening in Youngstown.

The meeting will take place at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Mahoning Valley Historical Society’s Tyler History Center, 325 W. Federal St.

Those invited to speak include Mayor John A. McNally, administration department heads, council members, and representatives from the Community Initiative to Reduce Violence and Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corp.

For information, contact Councilman Julius Oliver, D-1st, at 330-259-6158 or Councilwoman Basia Adamczak, D-7th, at 330-518-6942.

Landslides lecture

WARREN

Kent State University Alumni Association and Kent State University at Trumbull will host a public lecture on “Catastrophic Landslides in Volcanic Terrains,” by Dr. David Hacker, associate professor of geology at the branch.

The lecture will take place at 6 p.m. Tuesday in Room 149 in the administration building at KSU Trumbull, 4314 Mahoning Ave. NW. Light refreshments will be served. Even though the event is free, attendees are encouraged to register on the KSUAA website.

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