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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - First Night Youngstown has unveiled the admission button for this year's downtown New Year's Eve celebration.

This year's button was designed by Richard Tauro of Niles. His design depicts the Youngstown Parking Garage at the corner of West Boardman and Phelps Streets.

This is the second year that the button highlights an historical downtown building. Preparations for the First Night celebration are in full swing.

"We're looking for sponsors. We're designing a program book. We're still taking applications for professional entertainers as well as amateur entertainers," says Elayne Bocick.

First Night Youngstown is a family-friendly New Year's Eve event and a celebration of the arts at various locations through out the downtown area.

It is now in it's 14th year.

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