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i these knees are groundbreaking - page 11 runners at statepage 7 ' awnx amberst news-times altrcrk-httlttlme charm for school operating low? ahead on sunday, nov. 2, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., all invited join cub scout pack 427 and blow some chunks the pumpkin chunkin' 2008 event. fun whole family: launch, maze, jousting, d.j., door prizes more. proceeds benefit 427. event is held thome farms, south of 113 rt. 58. more information call 988-5483. a recycled greeting card workshop will be amherst public library thursday, 6 p.m. maria zimmerman present this "go green" workshop. one dollar cover cost materials make three cards. participants can bring any pictures or cut up old cards use in their new creations. senior citizens (scoa) meet friday, catered lunch noon eagles milan avenue. entertainment ray kasl his keyboard. contact ruth 988-5287 tickets no later than 4. trick-or-treat oct. 31 from 7:30 residents who wish hand out candy asked turn porch lights. shop cause family fellowship children's ministry fundraiser saturday, 1 3 perk avenue coffee shoppe, 135 park silpada jewelry sale with going help kids go summer camp, offer nights serve local nursing homes daycares. linda 988-2233 information. brownhelm historical association wednesday, 5 carriage barn mill hollow. after business meeting jennifer wertz show video "the rebel fireyankee ice: johnson's island story." history when it had become confederate prisoner war camp. friends invite reception welcome robin woods, sunday 2 by john lasko reporter less then week, voters district polls decide whether allow exempted village schools start collecting five-year, 6.9-mill emergency levy january. "we would rather not have ballot asking additional revenue during very difficult economic time," superintendent steve sayers said. "but our backs arc wall as district." if issue 33 passes, expected generate nearly $4 million annually schools. owner $100,000 home expect pay an $21 1.28 per year property taxes, while $150,000 $316.99 annually. does pass, fall into fiscal its finances controlled state. t b3 gj 00 "h pi t3 m " r b o g nj c3 n happy halloween! annual halloween parade sponsored fire department went off without hitch attractedjions, tacos. even spiderman. knew he traveled trike? (photos lasko. more.) place another either special election february may primary election. millage increase two mills lost revenue. eight-and-a-half nine percent range," continued township troubled garag car thefts efih3 lorain county sherifff! deputies currently inv&stu gating series overrijjml vehicle garace break-inlfm residences hidden valleji ana miaaie kiage koaanr township. deputy joe greiner told last week thereli been 85 calls around housing development items stolen vehicles garages since june . "it's situation where people leaving cars unlocked they closing night," most recent was thursday separate 43600 block middle ridge road were entered. same night, resident 700 trails end, which located valley drive, reported her garage stolen. "i think it's group adults foot just roaming area checking see doors left open, looking opportunity get whatever hands on," 14 hihn&jiwnhlih booters take title chad schroeder gets boost jake birkline scored first comets goal saturday. steele men's soccer team won championship 3-2 win over avon lake. story 7. (photo carl sullenberger) giving blood could earn grant dollars 60 years, lifeshare community services has responsible supplying county's four main hospitals cancer centers blood. but sometimes getting donate real challenge. extra incentive donate, organization created "lifeshare fund drive." program 2002, only offered both high colleges within county. return sponsoring collection drives, receive grants purchase educational supplies equipment. grants, $500 increments, based total number units collected school's enrollment. however, elyria-based opening time elementary tuesday, 11, until 8 nord search donors. hope give away lot money parent-teacher confer dinner, murder menu moosehead paul morton associate editor bar grille 58 host dinner theater evening 9, come soon enough director pat price. price spent past ll years drama teacher oberlin before retiring june. she said fine retirement summer, students began school, pieces. "for (her husband) joe, retired, easy, wreck," felt abandoned kids. cast "seance moose" (clockwise lower left) nora stewart, claude colter, kathy whitmore, wes burgess kristina rivera. 9 10. (submiited photo) ft f
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2008-10-29|
|Date of Original||2008-10-29|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2008-10-29|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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