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amherst news-times w 1 imm i mm miiiib in a look ahead st. joseph church's 20th annual parish picnic, will be held sunday, sept. 13. there noon polka mass followed at p.m. by the picnic social hall and adjacent outdoor areas. main course beverages provided; parishioners are asked to bring dish share based on first letter of their last name: a-i -vegetable or salad, j-r- dessert fruit, s-z- rice dish, hot potato pasta salad. games prizes for all ages. steele home run boosters hold general meeting wednesday, 9, 7 room 110 high school. freshman parents welcome attend help plan year's events activities. call 988-7578 more information. community chorus host "welcome back" current members anyone interested singing with group upcoming christmas season 5 lakeview park lorain rotary pavilion from 5-9 no auditions. only requirements love willingness commit rehearsals performances. rehearsal monday evenings 6:30 8:30 choir junior fall start monday, 14 students heading back school invited public library where they can cover books, grab snack after find out just how much that new algebra book actually weighs. stop today, 2, 3 make use library's covering supplies. office closed observance labor day holiday. classified ads must submitted thursday; news items 4 friday. e: s r k - 63 p 8 ft $ e c; f field special olympic team, programs show off banner designed. john lasko reporter three years, sue naso has volunteered her time as "seller stuff county olympics big track meet which is may ely stadium elyria. resident bus driver schools nearly 23 years decided approach superintendent steve sayers about organizing team consisting children eight old older intellectual disabilities noticing was not fully represented meet. "we were one few "it's moment shine, " said. "they get go do thing. did have there," she then directed judith hudgins, director education, who sarah yoder, grant writer coordinator district now helping build ground up. "our always joined another our teachers regina welch h helps so participate district," yoder "up until now, really wasn't any wanted lead this team." while process still development stages, told conduct monthly outings like swimming bowling kids up final event 13, 2010. far, 100 eligible team. "depending numbers, we open it fit requirements, but would participate," yodrsaid. "but continued page 6 extra chairs? street needs seat here's you member comets marching band shows visitor erie shores early cfiildhood center play musical instrument during visit 16 facility practice. trip meant introduce music little ones excitement band. see 10 photos.-(photo lasko) cop oehlstrom, wife plead guilty pair accused tapping into dispatcher's private e-mail former police officer his 32-year-old each pleaded misdemeanor charge attempted unauthorized property hacked an personal account. kurt sr., stephanie oehlstrom face six months jail when sentenced later wejek common pleas cpurt judge christopher rothgery. two originally faced felony charges indicted) grand jury 2008. however, those dropped agreed take plea bargain. condition terms, been paid administrative leave internal investigation conducted case played court never again work again. he also turn ohio law enforcement certificate well. sentence ends, able enter field. department lieutenant spokesman joe kucirek declined comment case. man faces 41 robbery, beating kent a. shroyer maximum prison $85,000 fines pleading front edward zaleski inside aug. 24. charged counts aggravat ed murder, aggravated burglary, fejonious assault, assault officer, disrupting service, resisting arrest assault. march, 2008, 42-year-old forced way residence pn washington through rear sliding glass door 68-year-old homeowner away. returned, severely beat elderly multiple times bar stool kitchen causing him serious physical harm. 911 dispatch received evening described man's teresa gilles, executive amherst, fire teamed present taste wine & brew review saturday, oct. 3, p.m., saint hall. $25, residents sample wide variety beers wines local bars restaurants serve patrons. gilles said some restaurants, along bakeries city offer trays full food other goodies attendees "the looking instead both us doing separate event, partner together team," "hopefully people realize what they'll thought going everything else, it's adults that's came event." raising additional revenue not-for-profit organization department, donations 24 wooden chairs shape size. distributed artists, groups organizations, well businesses paint creative masterpiece canvas chair. auctioned sold highest bidder, finished returned located 255 ave., than friday, 18. 'the thing ask vulgar language andor pictures displayed chair company logos kind should appear either," collected chairs, 0 according report written released kucirek, incident occurred 23, 2006. recorded telephone conversation, dispatcher michelle jahnsz information mapquest e-mailing brother t.j. harris sta- frightening ordeal. "amherst police,." police. need ambulance. somebody broke my house started me." "i'm getting ambulance enroute." officers arrived
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2009-09-02|
|Date of Original||2009-09-02|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2009-09-02|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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