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advent walk is sunday - page 2 sing along with santa 10 oq1 onr.i.7r r.-'mumill orwiivu street mjflerst, ohio 44001 tv by paul morton associate editor like a shoe salesman, the city of lorain showed amherst schools number tax increment financing arrangements for dccrfield estates development before found one that would fit in color they liked, green, expected to take an additional $200,000 per year over 30 years under agreement announced monday. superintendent bob boynton said had been negotiating since subdivision was announced. "it took as long it because wc needed find something work us area school funding," said. "so this tif different than passed pirclands board and township, do get benefits relation funding ohio." arrangement diverts percentage real estate property taxes on increased value fund pay public infrastructure associated development. requires approval if diverted exceeds 75 percent or term years. exchange its approval, law allows negotiate compensation replace some revenue lost through mi main racle two contestants chosen from essays; winner be crowned during holiday festivities friday evening megan oster news-times residents hold their hands power elect throne first ever christmas queen. queen, who will friday, dec, 1 conclusion miracle parade, light official tree awarded $100 monetary scholarship. have only until tomorrow, thursday, nov. 30, cat vote queen contestants. all 40 girls wrote in, ranging age five 14 old, were elected members court und ride which being organized amherst, contest itself sponsored arch abraham suzuki auto group. onc-to two-page essay titled "why great place grow up?" finalists selected vie position kristina sliman stephanie rumph. julie hogoevski, co-chair parade committee, committee chose rumpli essays addressed why up similar, yet different, ways. after meeting both girls, n photo shoot storybook studios photography, bogocvski convinced excellent candidates. 'they are wonderful lovely young ladies represent our town," she sliman, 16-year-old sophomore at marion l. steele high school, has not let afflicted will) cerebral palsy prevent her living life fullest. attends regular classes really enjoys. class-mutes, most whom known kindergarten, slimau's . continued stcphanlo rumph 'why up?' answer question form judges hi! my name sliman. mc tell you little bit about myself. i'm school. i hope go college day; love sports, even though can't play them, enjoy doing things huge family good friends. physical disability, limits me, but try way accomplishing things. born raised small amherst. traveled visited lot e laces around world, always happy ack hometown ohio. tightly-knit community filled friendly people places eat go. smaller nnd able sec pago 5 town usually summed into quick words.: sandstone center what about. up. where call home. home six months old. it's nil known. just everything could possibly want, mention food. thursdays angelo's used pizza night mc, grandparents, aunt, uncle, cousin. when cousin video games came, got older started new tradition. card game tmmp while waited sometimes we done eating. turned competition how many each win end won held title rest year. loved going hot dog heaven dad , tif. ch w governing t.. o effect january made finding appropriate difficult, instances state reduce amount 'the agreement. 8 chorus grows town, beyond sound music beckons ali ages vvlxfff musical notation describes history the: chorus, kick off 1th season sunday, dec. 10. pianissimo, very soft, crescendo fortissimo, strong. director simonc gall non-audition fall 1996 20 members. begun give opportunities no other avenues express themselves musically. "frequently parents students say 'oh, miss so much. last time sang jn college,'" "wc heard often, thought we'd there any interest." put out announcement inviting uttend rehearsal harris elementary twenty up, including husband, steve, co-organizers debbie lesucr, jane tim pcnton. grown tremendously years, quickly outgrowing practices began current september, 80 junior "it's also now three counties," "we pco getting crafty library offer craft project shall come. ask sarah slon middle stiwald, 2, lap farley, 7, proudly displays cards. sarah, sean mcquate, he gets busy coloring his selection. (photos carl sullenberger) sister friend part free thanksgiving ses- above right, kathryn stiwald checks son's art
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2006-11-29|
|Date of Original||2006-11-29|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2006-11-29|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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