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comets still undefeated - page 6 these critters work hard 12 amherst news-times a look nora son offers buyouts before layoffs the garden club will meet at 7 p.m. on monday, oct. 13, beaver creek park. hear talk fnll pruning by chuck annable, from locke's center, oberlin. public library is sponsoring blood drive wednesday, 15 3-7 in association with life share community services as part of their celebration teen read week. walk or make an appointment. anyone age 17 and older welcome those 16 years old wanting to participate should bring signed release form that's available library. annual halloween parade, sponsored fire department, be held sunday, 26. registration for costume contest begin 3 san springs building jocated 480 park ave. judging start promptly 4 parade follow immediately, trick-or-treat friday, 31 7:30 residents who wish hand outcandy..are asked turn porch lights. steele home run booster's hosting alumni golf outing 1 1, dragon ranch club. coach smith joining event. starts 11:30 a.m. cost $50 per person. provide dinner turn. contact debbie 988-7578 reservation. friends fourth author's luncheon thursday, 23 thenordson depot.the featured author this year paul gaus, professor chemistry wooster college also writes mysteries about amish communities. he delaware, ohio, native became interested when his classes were studying alternate cultures. latest mystery, which just came out july, "separate world," luncheon. tickets are limited. they $17 include box lunch raffle opportunities can purchased any member circulation desk. john lasko reporter westlake-based nordson corporation offering voluntary retirement packages undisclosed number "longtime service employees" facilities both atlanta way saving company nearly $30 million. company's margin improvement program, management made sept. 10 gave employees 30 days decide whether want seek early retirement. "this really ongoing program us," jim jaye, director corporate communications told news-times. "over past so we've been working our costs all times trying efficient we can. sort next step phase." unknown have already accepted package. however, jaye noted if not enough take buyout, imminent. "we hopeful that volunteer some other changes operations, there won't involuntary all," said. "conditions tough markets sometimes readjust resources needs changing continued 2 r t ta i si s p girl deals racism while selling candy neighborhood ky'ra hall her mother crystall do was sell bars door pay air fare hotel room attending modeling talent competition los angeles january. "the (coopers run) good because receptive, supportive awesome it. even one guy like here's couple extra bucks said don't give me bars, keep it," "so figured since hit she's into going actually seeing people would interested, i'm well let's see what do." 500 applicants, 50 individuals selected represented garfield heights-based stone model & agency. acting agent, books gigs young print television commercials, movies, b&nflhhiiihohielflilsiflii 7-year-old daughter stand tree pair planted outside home. (photo lasko) sam's representatives jer bachna mark blanden present nord middle school choir teacher michelle von kaenel plaque $1,000 check gifts being "teacher year." sixth f grader anthony donofrio's essay chosen winner sheffield village store. principal todd stuart parents presentation. music wins $1 ,000 donofrio nominates pulling weeds project, eighth graders saint joseph walked reservation pull weeds, complete yard effort beautify landscape little bit more. (photos store located has named year," special assembly gymnasium friday. entire surprise fifth grade teacher. jeri blanden, along stuart, presented plaque, purchase supplies classroom, $100 gift card use two musical "stomp" playhouse square downtown cleveland, courtesy axa financial. donofrio, school, nomi nated honor submitting describing having fun exciting teaching style. she takes time help each every students. 1995, wal-mart stores across country deserving student essays. no inn, station south larger truck last year, firefighters had go street larg er vehicle $28,000 half ago replace outdated one. but department storing it sunoco gas station, department's big house mammoth-sized truck. "when truck, knew addition doiiio 1. needed," chief al schmitz replaced much smaller engine." looking 9 ' 'b v
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2008-10-08|
|Date of Original||2008-10-08|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2008-10-08|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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