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Feed Our Valley 2016
November 14 – December 10
Food Drives & Events


November 1-December 31: Salt Sensations, Boardman 
•    Anyone who donates non-perishable food item will receive $5 off a Salt Session
Contact:  Tracy Prizant / 330.953.2405 / 1449 Boardman-Canfield Rd #220, Boardman

November 1-December 31: D & R Garage Doors Plus – 4th Annual Food Drive
•    Donate a canned good and receive 10% off service call & D & R will match donation.
Contact: Jessica Rechak/330.792.3776-4716 Mahoning Ave., Austintown

November: Creekside Fitness & Health Center – 2nd Annual Fall Food Drive 
•    Collecting nonperishable food items
Contact: Lori Hillman/330.758.0667-1419 Boardman Canfield Rd., Boardman

November 19: Liberty Police Department – 5th Annual Fill-A-Cruiser event at Giant Eagle on Belmont Avenue 
•    Collecting food and funds 9AM-5PM
Contact: Sergeant Ray Buhala/330.759.1315

November 19 & 20; 25, 26 & 27: Memories of Christmas Past –Arms Museum - Mahoning Valley Historical Society 
•    Half price admission with canned goods
Contact: Leann Rich/330.743.2589-648 Wick Avenue, Youngstown

November 24: Second Sole, Boardman 
•    “What We’re THANKFUL 4 Miler and 3K Walk” with ½ of proceeds benefiting SHFB
Contact:  Mark Lipinsky/330.758.8708/755 Boardman Canfield Road, Boardman

November 24: Studio Oxygen - Canfield 
•    Free class on Thanksgiving Day with a non-perishable food item
(Studio Oxygen has conducted food & funds drives during PFOV since 2008)
Contact:  Sabrina Mihaly/330.702.9642/584 E. Main Street, Canfield

November 26: McDonald Lions Club will conduct their 8th annual “Feed the Need” 5K
•    Early registration: $15 + 2 canned goods
Contact: Jeff Politano/330.799.2828 – 201 E. Ohio Ave., McDonald

December: Hollywood Gaming at Mahoning Valley Race Course
•    Every Thursday in December 3-7 p.m. Bring 3 or more canned goods and receive $5 in FREE play and a chance to win a free play drawing at 7 p.m.
•    Contact: Kaliee Knight/330.505.8744

December 3 & 4: Butler Institute of American Art Holiday Craft Show 
•    $1 off admission with non-perishable food donation
Contact: Wendy Swick/330.743.1107 x123/524 Wick Avenue, Youngstown

December 3-31: Mill Creek MetroParks – Winter Celebrations – Fellows Riverside Gardens
Collecting Nonperishable food items during Winter Celebrations.
Contact: Lynn Zocolo/330.740.7116 x 211 – 123 McKinley Ave., Youngstown

December 11: YACCB and Stambaugh Chorus 6th Annual Holiday Concert of Giving at 4 p.m. (Stambaugh Auditorium) 
•    Admission, Monetary donation to SHFB
Contact: Joe Pellegrini/ 330.549.9306/9875 Detwiler Road, Canfield

SCHOOLS:
Brookfield Middle School – School-wide food drive-Nov.
Contact: Joe Meyer/330.448.3003 – 614 Bedford Road, SE, Brookfield

Canfield Middle School Student Council – School-wide food drive Nov 9 – Thanksgiving
Contact: Patricia Machingo/330.533.5544 or 533.3707- 42 Wadsworth St., Canfield

Jackson Milton Middle School Student Council- Pie Challenge Dec. 5-16-Donate a canned good for a chance to throw a pie at your favorite teacher
Contact: Amy Kelecava/330.507.4765-13910 Mahoning Avenue, North Jackson

LaBrae High School Sophomore Class-Food Drive – Nov. 14-22
Contact: Brenda Farone/330.898.0800x04919-1001 N. Leavitt Road-Leavittsburg

Rayen Early College Middle School – School-wide food drive Nov. 14-18
Contact: Kevin Douglas/330.507.6405 – 731 S. Hazelwood, Youngstown

St. Christine’s – School-wide food drive – November 14 – 18
Contact: Michelle Kerr/330.716.1660-3125 S. Schenley Avenue, Youngstown

WS Guy Middle School – School-wide food drive- Nov. 7-18
Contact: Marla Dulle/330.759.7133 – 4115 Shady Road, Youngstown

Youngstown Early College – 9-12th grade food drive
Contact: Lori Sakacs/330.501.9782-1 University Plaza, Youngstown

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