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officers help family - page 10 amherst news-times vm village debates water 5 aloof ahead the return of winter forced cancellation community easter egg hunt for first time since i997 when lions and steele leo clubs began to sponsor event. has been rescheduled saturday, april 5. american legion auxiliary unit 118 will be holding a spaghetti dinner in conjunction with on sunday 6 from 2 p.m. until members their guests. tickets are $5 per person only 150 available at legion, 921 n. lake st. call 984-3662 information. texas hold 'em tournament sponsored by joseph's athletic association held friday, 25 7 social hall. pre-sale only, s40 buy-in is limited 100 people. side tables play also. contact matt stencil more information 396-7443. don't worry if your spring vacation plans include tropical locale filled sun surf. enjoy stories guaranteed get rid those blues public library presents "beach storytime" tuesday, 8 6:30 again wednesday, 9 10:15 a.m. everyone cabin fever welcome attend. no registration required. boys soccer program hosting steak fry silent auction eagles midnight. team raising money pay new equipment annual uk elite camp. $20 dinner, beverages, dj dancing. purchase or information, varsity coach brett thompson 440-308-7786 e-mail him at: brettthompson amhe rst.kl2.oh.us. i-1:1 i t 13 h rj. w o g t' 55 r n s3 15 angela eads (right) named teacher year joseph school. 14-year veteran, ead&tsaeh'elhird grade. she was nominated her colleagues loving example christian kindness, enthusiasm, humor willingness always listen offer support. also cited use many teaching methods strategies reach all types learners. asked what best kristie bowsher, ashley ruiz rebekah ressler helping construct roof. house built despite blizzard, tornado spent break alongside two dozen other ashland university students columbus, ga., as part habitat humanity collegiate challenge. crew overcame weather obstacles, blizzards tornados, high school student freshman mike mcgannon back classroom monday after already serving 10-day suspension while his parents appeal an expulsion pill officials found pocket, ed one homes that were during course week. they assigned build frame, it shingle "i love teamwork aspect trip," said. "we working together do something we could never have which he claims tylenol. taken out class march 4 searched principle gillam, who originally pill. insisted tylenol friend had given him. thing about teaching, said, like see students' faces light up finally r- fah ha!' moment they've struggled." husband sons attend sjs fourth grades. principal karen casper-linn. (photo diane yale peabody) done our own. much greater than us effects week change lives others." ruiz, senior au daughter deborah cooper foster road, proud success, obstacles challenged with. appeals white gillam said thought gelling off pill, claimed xanax anti-anxiety drug, prescription. superintendent robert boynton expelled 14- snowed in, three flights canceled lost luggage," "after being behind, ranch style bedrooms, half baths, kitchen outdoor accessible storage room. loved would second." year-old 80 days. this keep october. thursday, 27, lorain county common pleas couit judge edward zaleski overruled both boynton's decision granted addition planned board hires research firm gather input john lasko reporter young old throughout then century, future just got little brighter lot bigger. third added its existing buildings, cost yet determined. april, 2007, hired columbus-based mailed written surveys nearly 1,200 residents find exactly improved facility. "the responses very favorable, everything. -we here far staff is' 'very favorable," president steve wright "some of-theythmgm came short were'things efethiiils'? control over such lack space, computers, larger rooms, maybe teen center, closed reading rooms concerns space offices, so end started thinking expansion." 1976, two-story rear original sandstone structure. stresses these preliminary stages. may not completed five years. need general, each collections kind tied down how can grow now every area needs bit," manager donald dovala fiction books, non-fiction dvds collection getting bigger bigger." months last spring, members, well management hit road toured various libraries sandusky, huron, north ridgeville, westlake cleveland heights recently remodeled structures. library's building fund approximately $1 million $900,000 investment account, (he total expansion project. "obviously we'll probably go bond issue, continued 379 tenney avenue purchased feb. make way temporary restraining order allows 14-year-old school, challenges expulsion. comment fully case
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2008-04-02|
|Date of Original||2008-04-02|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2008-04-02|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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