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i comets sop up sailors - page 13 school busses on a roll 10 amherst news-times ru,, ajook ahead the 32nd annual st. joseph fall fantasy craft bazaar will take place saturday, sept. 20 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in parish social hall (which is located off of cleveland avenue). along with unique crafts, parent club have hot lunch counter, home baked goods, baskets raffle and an outside sale including mums, corn stalks, hay bales, apples, fresh cider. parents harris students are invited pto meeting wednesday, 17 at 9:30 art room. for more information, contact tammy lacey, president 984-3631. volleyball teams host pancake sausage breakfast sunday, 14 steele high cafetorium, 8 1 cost $5 adults; $3 children ages 5-12, free 4 younger. tickets can be purchased matches, door, players. gift raffled, proceeds, benefit-the program grades seven through 12. catholic golden agers meet 11:30 tureen dinner. speaker mary hilaire (sally) tavenner, author, educator public speaker, who discuss poet helen steiner rice. flea market table open. call joanne 988-3089 information or reservations. crop walk hunger 28. begin 2 peter's ucc, 582 church stands communities responding overcome poverty. this raises funds fight both internationally community. there three-mile route six-mile route. bea yohn 988-4965, pam nielsen 988-4996. shupc elementary hold today, 12:30 good shepherd avenue behind rite aid. r gag s s3 it c lini sasi t hs1 liirrifl cameron dumais her mother lisa brother kyle, 4, load prizes after winning library seventh scavenger hunt. (photo by cheryl ashton) library's hunt big hit families summer dumais, 6, family know lot about downtown since taking part was first year contest open all ages; developed as teen activity reading program. participants had identify 25 photographs which were taken within walking distance library. "we realized that most people coming so just seemed appropriate everyone," ashton, youth services manager library, said. gave out than 500 copies over six-week time period." when forms returned, drawing held those correct answers. excited, everyone screaming called say cameron's name been drawn grand prize winner," mom continued 5 urn ops pop wakeman man loaded drugs john lasko reporter 48-year-old calling jail cell county deputies arrested him trafficking large amounts marijuana other arug paraphernalia city amherst. lorain sheriff deputy pulled jack j. ecker numerous traffic violations tuesday, 2. searching his vehicle, found four one-gallon size garbage bags, each containing 16.10 ounces 1,831 grams marijuana. bag street value nearly $4,000, some items seized included metal smoking pipe residue it, small alligator money clip also burnt tip two-packs cigarette rolling papers, dark colored plastic bag, nylon guitar case, round case flower (oka motorcycle makes mark knives stolen cutlery; copper piping ripped sheriff's trying figure stole hundreds knives, piping, miscellaneous township business. sometime during early morning hours aug. 3, captain richard resendez said someone forcefully entered cutlery store 7836 oberlin road took 100 goods 300 linear feet water pipes ceiling, walls bathroom. could divulge last week "an arrest imminent." he no security cameras may known sandstone capital world, but penton, invented designed off-road motorcycle. honor penton name, historical society dedicating former world war prisoner barracks village, now house museum full memorabilia. event 21, beginning intend marked story boards tell history motorcycle," john's son works amherst-based ktm north america. "at our celebration, we probably three fqur motorcycles represent soon grace 8,000 square foot loan columbus-based organization owner's group, looking enhance village different types displays then making houses same displays," nmnerst ron sauer wanted mix what has happened; (the nisioncai village,) transcended being collection mtie museums. pentons responsible com pleting interior work electric wiring. 90-year-old build ing sat vacant center field property 50 years. old insulated ground un corn. instead tvnical fiberelass v haill:nh iiiauiuiiuii niosi existing nouses ana buildings. "while curator, fought save building another because one board members tear down it's not years responded saying nothing starts years, ne saia new gravel park ot museum, across villane carver "we're very excited share others around countv." told news-times. started returned ii. nur- chased 61-cubic-inch harlev davidson knucklehead lie.nrl- ed michigan 1948 pine enduro. lost mile course heavily ft j . , jliajuk. stone abegin ;of 29 l storytimes ' vth'e 29.j register session they attend. ; toddler storytime two- three-year-olds accompanying adult. pre-register regis-f 'iter day you yfou( sessions available; monday 10:15 aim., f wednesday llfls "a.m,, and, thursday 6:30 y friends ;storytimes include stories geared preschool kindergarten qther find siblings session. two rare offer;ed; mondays, sept?, 11:15 a,njig, 30, 6:30;psm. mfri contact' mfrc3 informatiorfat 988-4230. jjjjyj
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2008-09-10|
|Date of Original||2008-09-10|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2008-09-10|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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