Domestic terrorism talk planned in Austintown

Domestic terrorism talkplanned in Austintown
AUSTINTOWN -- Al McGinty, an FBI special agent with training in domestic terrorism and workplace violence prevention, will speak at a buffet dinner meeting of the Ohio-Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers Oct. 17 at Lucianno's Restaurant on South Raccoon Road.
McGinty works in the FBI's Cleveland office. This is the second year the society has had a dinner meeting to discuss domestic terrorism and workplace violence.
Cost is $10. Reservations are required; call (330) 758-9280 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. by Thursday.
Man joins relief effortsof American Red Cross
SHARON, Pa. -- John Brown of Farrell has been dispatched to Princeton, N.J., for a three-week assignment as part of the American Red Cross disaster relief effort related to the Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, the Red Cross Mercer County Chapter has announced. Brown, who has been a volunteer with the chapter for 15 years and has been on 17 previous disaster assignments across the country, will serve as a family service specialist through Oct. 26.
Memorial concertscheduled in Sharon
SHARON, Pa. -- Shenango Valley Chorale will sing the Gabriel Faur & eacute; "Requiem" at 3:30 p.m. next Sunday at First Presbyterian Church, 600 E. State St., in memory of the victims of the terrorist attacks.
The chorale, directed by Edgar S. Groves, will be accompanied by the chorale's chamber orchestra.
Representatives of the Christian, Jewish and Islamic communities will speak before the performance.
The concert is free but a collection will be taken after the performance. Donations will be given to the American Red Cross Liberty Fund, which has been established to help the families of those who lost their lives in the attacks.
Youngstown pupilsjoin relief efforts
YOUNGSTOWN -- West Elementary School raised $840 in its "Power of Pennies Day" relief fund effort. The students will present the donations to W. Russell Preston, executive director of the American Red Cross for Mahoning County, on Tuesday. Teacher Dawn Toth coordinated the effort.