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amherst news-times a look! man remembered as generous,helpful qh6qd the dancing on main street committee is still looking for volunteers saturday, aug. 1. each shift runs about two hours and 15 minutes starting at 3 p.m. groups interested in helping set-up, take-down or help with trash during day should contact committee. all students can earn community service to their college applications. also food vendors. they regulate menu items assure exclusive rights particular item(s). vendor spaces be 10 feet by 20 feet. cost $175 plus $50 deposit which refundable if compliance clean-up terms. more information, e-mail exdirectorcentury7 tel.net. heritage house 439 shupe ave. will have an open sunday, july 26 from 2 4 this historical home filled antiques unusual items, including very large exceptional collection of handkerchiefs, some date back 1881. tour free. call anna gaydosh 988-2325. browns backers' annual signupkick off 2009 season party held ziggys 1-3 former tight end aaron shae there answer questions signing. backers bus muni-lot 12:30 owners any other vehicles that would like join group amherstbrownsbackers yah oo.com. membership fee same last year. new members welcome. free concert featuring four way stop quartet, barbershop quartet oberlin, nordson depot, 671 franklin avenue, , wednesday, 29 7 program sponsored friends public library. invited dedication ceremony south park 26, village hall 986-2202. n,- o q r s i g t john lasko reporter family gathered reidy-scanlan-giovannazzo funeral lorain over weekend say final goodbyes remember generous helpful who was always willing give you shirt his back. forty-seven year old michael c. kelley, amherst, died 15, after black scooter he driving flipped while traveling southbound rt. 57 between west river .and swim team competed against mills creek maude neiding thursday. won better league score 537-500. consists 228 icmdstone summer theatre sandstone 'was first ever its kind entire county since inception 1969. "back then, wasn't organized sports recreation programs are now," diane pappe, marketing chair said. now 40th year, not-for-profit furnace roads elyria around 1:30 monday, 13. "he involved somebody," michael's brother patrick kelley "if needed solution, som; advice opinion, someone depend on. devoted father, son, friend that's person was." when police paramedics arrived scene, found lying street, unconscious. not wearing helmet time incident. "when we transported him, kids ranging age 5-18, head coach scott pecze, along eight assistant coaches out work kids. compete northcoast league. finish atre celebrating milestone production "once upon mattress," hosting alumni picnic society 'the has provided only me, but dozens people throughout years spark allow them go into field professional theatre," pappe those products include critical condition, suffering massive injuries," lifecare ambulance chief executive officer pete de la porte emh regional medical center before being lifeflighted metrohealth cleveland where spent days. "my whole family's hearts broken right born nov. 3, 1961 los angeles, calif. 1980 marion l. steele high school graduate excelled saturday north olmsted beginning 8 a.m. photos available www.theamherstnew-stimes.com clicking big blue button. (photos lasko) joyce campana sings york metropolitan opera, kristine zabornic broadway joe grugel stage manager michail berishnikoff. "we quite list "several e-mailed me testimonials how helped out," created brian bostwick vocal music director playing field. school, three two-way starter all-conference lineman comets varsity football team. heavy weight champion wrestling, both state qualifier received numerous awards athletic feuts lakeland conference. named comets' most valuable player sport. continued page birmingham meals-on-wheels volunteer heart older adults otherwise could themselves hot meal become priority don bechtel. course word "older" case relative general population, because bechtel helps younger than as. nearly years, made 28 mile round trip every wednesday so deliver meals half dozen senior citizens city. 90-year-old driver oldest office aging. "the best part delivering i'm able somebody, feel am talk meet people," problem can't long cool down. just enjoy thing tell truth." sister-in-law dorothy, previously served board directors aging short time, persuaded her sister, jeanette, up couple pick hot, nutritious bechtel, birmingham, delivers herb brendel's home. marks women's raising money organization dedicated promotion arts. under direction bostwick, featured cast children pajama game," based comic novel-about labor' relations called "seven cents" richard bissell. performing productipns were terrific believed what doing," hp live within city limits. she, turn, husband. carrying wife's footsteps, spends week going manor these cater adult's special dietary needs hand-delivers route. while, doing this, makes it point sit down communicate one them, making sure safe well taken care of. ill winter, workers calling us saying heard him. sending meals, home," nina lorandeau -he deliversto weekly wanting know status. himself to, want come did." addition primary responsibilities as' volunteer, offers seniors route: such vegetables zucchini, beets unions harvests backyard garden charge. plus, goes extra 5 takes chat wheels (photo allowed use gym put types performances, corporation let train depot build sets. saint peter's united church christ space rehearsals. residents ages performed onstage behind-the-scenes renditions v
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2009-07-22|
|Date of Original||2009-07-22|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2009-07-22|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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