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t players present comedy - page 6 ms can't get her down 1 0 amherst news-times aloolgity; township continue fire pact ahead the choral boosters annual poinsettia sale is underway. anyone wishing to purchase an 18- 20-inch foil-wrapped potted poinsettia, should contact any high school choir member, kim engle at 988-4095 or laura policz 960-2122. choices of colors are red, white, pink marble for $8 per plant. all orders must be received by tuesday, nov. 25, with poinsettias available pick up on dec. 3, after 2:30 p.m. in room school. fourth "buckeye bash" osu vs. michigan will held st. joseph parish social hall saturday, 22. game time announced, but doors open 45 minutes before time. there a 5050 raffle and score squares. cost $15 ticket which includes food provided moosehead restaurant, beer sodas. you can reserve table eight $100. this event adults only. broadcast large projector screen televisions throughout hall. tickets more information, call 988-4244. public invited holiday art show gallery sandstone village 22, from 5 9 located village, 763 milan ave. featured artists evening huey judy kirk, who wil hand greet guests their lastest original creations. admission free, so come start your shopping. enter win artwork. stop friendly conversation light refreshments. director, neal jenne 440-984-4442. third battle classes take place football field steele thursday, 20 when powder puff 2008 takes place. freshman-sophomore kick off followed junior-senior game. $5 $4 students. members marching band play games. varsity coaches referee lines once again painted pink. r i n m s ca w t3 h l sgsi " j 33 eg o a, $ sj 3 john lasko reporter city amherst, along board trustees have reached agreement would allow department dispatching crews various calls alarms both residences businesses north ohio turnpike. mayor david tayldr safteyservice director dennis clotz entered peek-a-boo gavin williams, 14 months old, peeking out autumn leaves his lion halloween costume.(submitted photo) leases tanker pay $1 year truck 2003, decided lease utilize store 2,500 gallon toyne department. receiving council's blessing last week, taylor safety-service extended another five years, beginning jan. 1, 2009 ending 31, 2013. chief wayne northeim said uses $270,000 regular basis as second water supply they respond contract begins expires "in my opinion negotiations between and. went very well," trustee neil lynch said, adding either cancel writing within 90 days. working northeim, everything smoothly professionally." residential commercial fires township. "it rolls here engine," engine not only hook hydrant, also serves able nearly 750 gallons water. "so if we called assist other departments somewhere else, go dump refill dump. it pretty neat little piece equipment. it's pumper fight house just good engine." used older areas where hydrantst connected four-inch lines. due build-up deposits those department's 31 firefighters responsible covering include: vermilion valley service plaza, turnpike garage toll booths align exit; ridge road quarry west brownhelm line, tina lane east leavitt lorain limits; lines, pressure hydrants inadequate fighting fires. mvmr t'mtm hhihesi jwkmwsvi feh westwoods mobile home park; rice line; middle old rail tracks line west, pinecrest apartments center part brennan drive "when continued 2 side street turnpike; pyle south limits such streets coventry cooper . creek, well allied waste recycling transfer station; broadway streets; grad seeks tv job ever since brittany gerena remember, she lip sync lyrics janet jackson, madonna swv front mirrors bedroom put plays parents. now hopes perform national television audience. "i really had overactive imagination," confesses. "my dad always tell me college nurse something else. that was never because big dreamer, shoot stars kind imagination." keep dream alive, participated performed while attending junior student emmy award academy senior mark lowrie's class. 22-years-old communications major state university, vying nine finalists opportunity become next local "cw star" wwho-television columbus. watching premiere episode '90210' girlfriend see anything like one during commercials them (open) auditions star," said. informing viewers on-and off-camera what syndicated network programming coming cw affiliate. individual interviewing actors actresses appear sitcoms dramas "everybody hates chris", "one tree hill", "privileged", "smallville", "90210", "gossip girl" "americas top model" year. part-time pays $20,000 first audition, answer couple basic questions on-camera make 60 plea judges why chosen star." stand today deserve then anybody else don't know how hard they've worked," "but do long i've been chasing seven years i'm standing right now. give chance prove it, instead letting (
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2008-11-19|
|Date of Original||2008-11-19|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2008-11-19|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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