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Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC presented a check for $15,040 to the United Way of Youngstown and Mahoning Valley last week. Left to right, Alexa Sweeney Blackann, President of Sweeney; Derek Snider, Executive Director/Sweeney Partner; Bobby Stackhouse, Executive Director/Partner of Sweeney; and Bob Hannon, president of United Way of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley.

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Louise Chevrolet Buick GMC last week presented a check for $15,040 to the United Way of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley to cap off the dealership’s annual Operation Santa campaign.

Throughout December, Sweeney pledged to donate $50 for every new Chevrolet, Buick and GMC vehicle sold to United Way.

Since 2013, Sweeney has donated nearly $200,000 from the Operation Santa campaign to local charities, a press release said.

Kravitz to celebrate founder’s birthday with Jewish Food Fest

Kravitz Charcuterie3135 Belmont Ave., Liberty, will host the seventh annual Jewish Food Festival this week.

From Monday to Sunday, the grocery store will celebrate the birthday of founder Rose Kravitz, who opened her grocery store in 1939.

The week-long celebration will include:

  • Rose K XL Sandwiches, which will be on sale for $13;
  • The language challenge;
  • A special birthday brunch with cake from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday.

Some of Rose’s traditional favorites will be on the menu, including Kravitz hard-boiled egg bagel and chicken mish mosh soup. Also on the menu will be beef brisket, beef tongue, minced chicken livers, knishes and sweet noodle kugel with stuffed peppers and stuffed cabbage rotating throughout the week.

“My mother taught us the most important elements of running a family business, and we wouldn’t be here without her,” Jack Kravitz, president of Kravitz Delicatessen and the founder’s youngest child, said in a statement. hurry. “I love that some of our employees are second-generation family members of his employees. I feel like we have him here with us every day.

Companies in the Vallée des 2 will have inauguration ceremonies this week

Two Mahoning Valley businesses will celebrate this week with groundbreaking ceremonies.

CPR cell phone repair will celebrate the company’s new ownership at 1 p.m. Thursday at its 6261 Youngstown-Warren Road, Niles, location.

CPR’s three local cell phone repair locations help solve problems with phones, tablets, game consoles, MP3 players and laptops. They also buy and sell phones without credit checks.

The other two locations are at 70 Boardman-Poland Road, Boardman and 2140 E. State St., Hermitage, PA.

“We are so proud to be part of Mahoning, Trumbull and Mercer counties,” owner Barb Carlson said in a news release.

The owners of The Landmark Restaurant and Bakery will celebrate the opening of its second location at 1472 Churchill-Hubbard Road, Liberty, at 10 a.m. Friday.

“We are very happy to be part of this neighborhood and this community,” Matt Savon said in a press release. “We’ve had an incredible reception so far and greatly appreciate the support we’ve received.”

The other location is at 109 S. Meridian Road, Austintown.

For more information, call 330-781-5194 or email [email protected]

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