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perfect season spoiled by bees - page 8 girls third at swc amherst news-times alook mrr aheadthbgj sought in theft of dodge chargers ' girl scout troops 827, 1596, and 224 led lisa harcula stacy sanoba will be holding a bake sale the .lobby golden acres nursing home on saturday oct. 25 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for .make difference day project. all proceeds used purchase items residents home. annual halloween parade, sponsored ,amherst fire department, ibe held sunday, 26. 'registration costume san spnngs building located 480 park ave. judging start promptly j4 with parade fol low immediately. tnck-or- treat friday, 31 6 7:30 who wish hand put candy are asked turn 'porch lights. i "name calling," program how streets got their names presented thursday, 23 7 main street community center avenue. speaker leader valerie gerstenberger heritage house program. anyone knows history behind name is invited bring it event. more information contact anna gaydosh 988-2325. free light refreshments served. friends library hosting fourth author's luncheon 11:30 nordson depot. . 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," available luncheon. tickets limited. they $17 include box lunch raffle opportunities can purchased any member or circulation desk. vfw post 1662 host oktoberfest saturday, nov. 1 live polka band, food 5-11 event open public. admission $5. these two men sliman's township. right suspected stealing cars chrysler dealership model car stolen. john lasko reporter lorain county sheriff's deputies lookout stole new off sales lot early sunday morning, 10, leavitt road "we believe late 20s 30s, otherwise that description we have go now," detective mike lopez department told last week. has been assigned handle ongoing investigation case. think suspects using interstate 90 travel east because pulled ramp gas up reside outside back highway headed east," said. according lopez, an employee was doing inventory both lots around 11 morning wnen noticed '"hmr muscle missing. "an immediately able us regard thefts quickly get word law enforcement agencies across cuyahoga counties," continued o s $ 5 w n 2 f sip h no ribbon lowe's open; cut wood there instead october 16, officially celebrated grand opening "board-cutting" ceremony, company's version traditional ribbon-cutting ceremony than 60 years, as way celebrating 153,600 square foot store deerfield town center. mayor david taylor, along tony krasienko joined manager dustin bright well nearly 50 other employees festivities. mooresville, n.c.-based "do-it- yourself" retailer is; known for'helpjng; homeowners find equipment supplies build, improve beautify homes. 117,000 retail floor offers 40,000 products 38,600 garden wide variety flowers, bushes, trees, gardening tailored northeast ohio's every changing climate lifestyle. face mask help fido, fifi through firefighters respond fire, never know what expect. 'the could small, large, somebody even one pets trapped inside burning house. really anything," chief wayne northeim news-times. 2006, died fires country, most whom succumbed smoke inhalation. thanks donation invisible fence west north olmsted, now valu lifesaving tool comes saving lives residents' pets. it's called pet oxygen mask. "this definitely gives another our arsenal," "before would use either baby's whatever had beautiful fits need animal." kit includes three masks, large hold 5-7 liters recommended larger breeds such great danes, greyhounds, german shepherds labrador retrievers. medium 3-5 jack russell terriers, border collies, dalmatians, bulldogs, poodles basset hounds. taylor (left) helps center, near board half target store. flu shots steele high school general health district commissioner kenneth g. pearce reminds here getting shot best protection against flu. time vaccinated. centers disease control prevention recommend wants reduce chances should vaccinated year. especially important following people risk having serious flu-rated complications: children six months 18 years age pregnantwomen certain chronic medical conditions homes long-term care facilities. clinic school, 450 washington st. noon. individuals special concerns talk doctor before shot. fee $10 per shot; medicare medicaid accepted, refused due inability pay. regarding additional clinics schedule changes, call hotline (440) 329-7926, visit www.loraincountyhealth.com. pshihhbihbbflflhi pwmvsihlkklhlilhh assess e;.hs';b laura henry olmsted-based demonstrate 9-year-old maggie properly masks. (photo lasko)
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2008-10-22|
|Date of Original||2008-10-22|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2008-10-22|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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