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amherst news-times a look ahead drop in the public library on friday, july 10, between 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. when hosts drop-in chess matches. residents can bring their own board or use one of several provided by library. checkers will also be available. all skill levels are welcome at this free event sponsored library's summer reading program. st. joseph ' cyo football final signups tuesday, 14, 6-8 pavilion behind church. is for grades 4-8. cost $100. contact matt veneman 988-8724 more information. seventh annual scavenger hunt underway. pick up an entry form identify each 25 photos taken downtown amherst. were within easy walking distance so there's no need to worry about price gas.'the' grand prize embroidered bag donated polly's classic touch monogramming, 215 church filled with other prizes including angelo's pizza gift certificate tickets cinema. last day turn entries thursday, aug. 23. winner selected from completed entries. information visit call 988-4230. friends selling special performance workshop players production comedy, "scapinp." it 9 8 ticket sales benefit brganization available spring street. senior citizens (scoa) meet 10 catered lunch eagles milan ave. noon. . ruth 988-5287 later than 7. cuddles puddles four puppies invade week- pets another one, while emma lesiecki (right) plays ly storytime program monday. sherri buck her them enjoying nice weather. (photos daughter sarah (top) hold two cute furry john lasko) sitting front lawn. small boy (left) holds wit food, fun naked monkeys q o z 5-1 tv r m hi &j $ cj h org w s f p ml 9111111111111 36th old time jamboree, historical society, begins continues through sunday, 12. events held downtown'amherst city parking lot park avenue tenney avenue. there charge enter. 5: 15 p.m., opening ceremony, includes "national anthem" performed family fellowship foursquare gospel choir. 6:30-8:30 band haywire performs. 9-11 replay 1 festival closes night. saturday, 11 noon: eating contest olde towne owners denise darrell mccarty. pet parade blessing follows united methodist where animals invited rest shade hydrate. 2-4 super star singing contest. rain, street bar & grill. 5-6 community choir 6:30 perform. 12 line participants marion l. steele high school south .lot 450 washington begins. society volunteer year lilly krebs honored. bicycle decorating jefferson 150 included; awarded bike decorations. 1:45 patriots endless illusion 5 jamboree closes. lifeshare blood mobile located throughout weekend. lormet credit union, lorain national bank, junction beverage drive-thru tuffy auto service. villaae clerk-treasurer lasko reporter nearly three years, nancy gildner has been juggling part-time position as village full-time job dental hygienist. monday, june 22, told council members she decided resign before term expires 2011. would like find someone who handle village's day-to-day financial operations since gildner's responsibilities have increased dramatically. "i've learned it's great working village," said. "it's very eye-opening experience i don't think was prepared such continued page 3 strategy keep jl qfr approved three-year strategic plan expected implemented students head back august. which identifies district's six areas focus based survey results superintendent steve sayers collected residents, civic leaders, students, teachers, administrators january. "we feel good we want make sure becomes our things doing fit because go too many different directions," he professional development decisions district how allocate resources tied focus." first deals student achievement. goals include achieving highest academic "excellent distinction" rating annually state report card. starting august, sayers, educational services director judy alexander, building principals evaluate update current curriculum programs. see teachers obtain 90-percent passage rate higher math portions ohio achievement test (oat) those eight, well graduation (ogt) ninth 12th grades. funding provide materials achieve come general fund. part maintaining state's rating, building's computers, software equipment media technology supervisor bill strohm, 2010-2011 year. funds grants state. finally, work education judith hudgins way educate needs instead busing elsewhere. year, scheduled five late arrival days. sleep hours later, spending staff training. providing some training opportunities after regular day," second goal ensuring real world they graduate school. said
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2009-07-08|
|Date of Original||2009-07-08|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2009-07-08|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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