Vindicator file photo / June 21, 1956 | Area Girl Scouts camping at the Jamboree Roundup 66 years ago were: front, from left, Linda Fuhrman, Jean Zimmer, and Marjorie Smith; back,  Carolyn McKnight, Barbara Simon, Becky Malin, and Nancy Humphrey.
June 22
1997: In an effort to cut costs, the Ohio Department of Human Services is forcing people on public assistance to switch to HMO plans. The change will affect about 25,000 people in Mahoning County, 15,000 in Trumbull County, and 2,600 in Columbiana County.
The once-failing Mountaineer Park race track in Chester, W. Va., is prospering seven years after it was first allowed to add video poker machines to its attractions. It now has 1,000 machines. 
Bethel Church of God in Christ on Ridge Avenue hosts a teen revival attended by about 300 young people. 
1982: Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini says meeting the president is a little like visiting Santa Claus: "You get your picture taken and move along." Still, meeting President Ronald Reagan even briefly was a thrill, the World Boxing Association champion says. 
Atty.  Lou D'Apolito, a member of the Mahoning County Bar Association board of trustees since 1978, is elected president of the association.
The Village of Lordstown buys 12 acres at the southeast corner of Route 45 and Carson-Salt Springs Road for $112,000 for use as a township park. 
1972: Common Pleas Judge Sidney J. Rigelhaupt reverses county court convictions of two Boardman supermarket managers for illegal Sunday sales. 
Gus Hall, general secretary of the Communist Party, returning to speak in his former hometown of Youngstown, predicts the Vietnam war will end before the November election. 
Thermal pollution of the Mahoning River is the subject of a conference of federal, state, and local officials at Youngstown State University. 
1947: Directors of Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co. tour the company's Brier Hills, Campbell, and Struthers plants before holding a directors meeting at the Campbell offices. 
Mayor Ralph O'Neill and City Council agree that there is no money for raises for police officers or firemen. 
Brothers Ronnie and Richard Cheslak, 4 and 6 years old, are seriously injured when struck by an auto while crossing Oak Street near Euclid Avenue.