Warren SWNA meeting

Warren SWNA meeting

WARREN — The South West Neighborhood Association will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday at New Freedom Missionary Baptist Church, 1590 Tod Ave. S.W.

Invited guests are Rosetta Carter, organizer for Alliance for Congregational Transformation Influencing Our Neighborhoods, Youngstown, and Ian Beniston, who will address predatory lending.

SWNA also will discuss upcoming events, including neighborhood cleanups and Community Development Block Grant training.

If you have questions, contact Barbara Phinisee, group president, at (330) 392-5755.

Baby animal shower

CANFIELD — Mill Creek MetroParks Farm, state Route 46 across from Canfield Fairgrounds, will have a baby animal shower from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. next Sunday to celebrate the arrival of young farm animals.

Youngsters can watch chicks hatch and visit with ducklings, piglets, calves, kids and lambs. They can also pet some of the new arrivals.

For more information or to schedule a group spring tour of the farm, call (330) 533-7572.

CCW Academy to mark its 35th anniversary

CAMPBELL — CCW Academy (Candy Cane Workshop), 585 Sanderson Ave., will celebrate its 35th anniversary with an open house at St. Joseph The Provider Church, 633 Porter Ave., from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday. Enrollment will be accepted for preschool children ages 21‚Ñ2 to 5.

Families needing tuition assistance through the Mahoning Job and Family Services program may also apply for admission.

An after-school program for children in kindergarten through sixth grade is also available with busing provided by the Campbell City Schools.

The academy is owned and operated by Janet Petro and Mary Kibler and focuses on providing concrete learning skills to children preparing for kindergarten and first grade.

For more information, call the school at (330) 755-7041 between 9 a.m. and noon Monday through Friday.

‘Roosters at Large’

CANFIELD — “Roosters at Large” will be featured in the Canfield Fair Fine Art Department.

During the fair, visitors can see artists at work on the grounds, in the Shutterbug contest and the “En Plein Air” contest. Other categories are available in Fine Arts and Photography, with divisions for professional and amateurs, adults, youths and those with special needs.

Those who exhibited in 2008 will automatically receive the 2009 Fine Arts Brochure. For those who did not exhibit, a brochure will be mailed if you call (330) 533-4107 and give your name and address no later than April 14.

Business hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday at administration building No. 20.