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crop walk is sept. 28 - page 3 aaaliot news-timfes season 13: not so lucky 5 a look aheadl amherst community chorus will begin rehearsals for their winter performances of christmas favorites on monday, 8 at 6:30 p.m. in the choir room junior high school. new members are welcome, especially recent school and college graduates. no auditions arc held; only requirement love singing. welcome back picnic returning be held 6 rotary pavilion lakeview park lorain. call simone or steve gall 988-7396. hunger take place sunday, 28. 2 st. peter's ucc, 582 church stands communities responding to overcome poverty. this raises funds fight both internationally community. there three-mile route six-mile route. more information contact bea yohn 988-4965, pam nielsen 988-4996. comets volleyball teams host pancake sausage breakfast 14 steele cafetorium, from a.m. 1 cost $5 adults; $3 children ages 5-12, free 4 younger. tickets can purchased home matches, door, players. gift baskets raffled, proceeds benefit program grades seven through 12. brownhelm historical association meet 7 carriage barn mill hollow. david w. clark oberlin speak oberlin's "first twenty years 1833-1853." his presentation behind legends well-known stories dynamic early economic realities that transformed swampy forest beginnings thriving railroad town. public invited attend program. shupc elementary pto hold meeting wednesday, 10 12:30 good shepherd cleveland avenue rite aid. si & f g ; . h r :j i ihihhhmfiffishwhilbmlllli jboel ran footing jorden strehle maintains control as she moves goal wednesday 5-0 shutout over berea. (photo by carl sullenberger) state report card: schools excellent with distinction john lasko paul morton news-times reporter associate editor first time years, did achieve an rating card. instead they earned designation "excellent distinction." six row, have been ranked but addition value-added measure, qualified designation. met 30 indicators, based percentage students scoring proficient better ohio achievement tests given three eight, graduation , well attendance rates. "i can't tell you how proud we our teachers staff," director educational services judy alexander told news-times. "as district it's really rewarding able work people who bring honors us like just amazing things accomplish when all toward goal." points third-grade reading math; fourth-grade reading, math, writing; fifth-grade science, social studies; sixth-grade seventh-grade writing, eighth-grade science; 10th 11th grade studies, science. also failed earn 73.8 percent testing better, 70 earning proficient. across state, 61.8 passed test, 53.5 studies. received performance index score 100.9, which was down slightly 101 .4 2005-2006 2006-2007 years. continued sleep clinic employee charged police looking other women he might sexually assaulted 22-year-old parma heights has arrested after two alleged were while involved study superior medical lab cooper foster road. according sergeant dan jasinski department's detective bureau, unidentified 37-year-old woman lorain reported april 12 had inappropriately touched former technician mina n. roufail undergoing 8. next day, 17-year-old girl elyria molested being treated center 9. added these related do know each other. said management fully cooperative investigation taken necessary steps ensure similar incidents happen again. company nearly year. "it takes put case together send prosecutor's office, along cases waiting "-. workshop players stage 'lying state' starting 11 present "lying state," hyer directed virginia waratinsky. it story ed, senator, died defending against break-in. overnight, goes ineffective politician national hero. him giving funeral. everything seems. wrong body coffin, several friends relatives claim ed them should complete term. herb, ed's campaign manager, tries make sense out find winning combination. ironically, running man named george washington. cast includes jeff caja, claude coller, marcia darby, greg friedman, gable, maria vitale dawn watson. 11, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26 27 p.m., sunday matinees 14, 21 $12 $10 groups 15 may reserved calling box office 988-5613. theatre-in-the-round located 44820 middle ridge rd. amherst, mezzanine area wheelchair accessible. check website www.workshopplayers.com. township trustees pave way teletech parking last tuesday, board paved 250-space lot acres land directly teletech's facility avenue. losing use spaces currently leases federal savings loan lorain, freedom house super k-mart where shuttle employees corner rt. 58. informal monthly agreement spaces, 23 varied amount k-mart. "all great partners any mandate terms need out," spokeswoman k.c. higgins. "they those own clients customers." trustees, dennis abraham, neil lynch urig, heard dozens concerned residents tuesday live around in-bound cen ter patk avenue, dewey road, akerman, butternut, edgewater ridgeland drives. concerns centered increase traffic volume, speeding littering residential side streets, combined noise generated loud car stereos engines, safety security concerns, existing storm water issues home. "we're definitely going try address minimize negative impact surrounding neighborhoods sure support jobs (at teletech) quality life," said. since most city officials gave thumbs june asked construct south building. week, abraham voted proposed leased undisclosed money per month douglas janice kane land, urig dissent
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2008-09-03|
|Date of Original||2008-09-03|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2008-09-03|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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