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one last amherst news-times a look ahead the steele home run boosters are having pancake breakfast with santa claus on sunday, dec. 6 from 9 a.m. to noon at high school cafetorium. tickets $5 per person. children under 5 enter free of charge. bring camera for photos santa. there will be games children. all proceeds benefit baseball program. tickets, call 988-7578. main street has added few new things miracle event; they looking groups andor individuals participate 'in gingerbread house lighting contests that take place week nov. 30. also -an opportunity ride lolly trolley express wednesday, 2. depart journey through city view christmas lights. space is limited. 984-6709 make reservations. leaves p.m., 6:45 7:30 p.m. and 8:15 fee each senior citizens (scoa) have their annual luncheon friday, 4 rosebud oberlin ave. in lorain noon. this members only. entertainment vocalist debra rose. contact ruth reservations 988-5287 no later than 1. treasurer accepting 2010 dues which must paid by end december. parents shupe students invited pto meeting 2, 12:30 good shepherd baptist church-amherst, 1100 cleveland avenue (just west rite aid). babysitting. nancy strauser, president 440-233-9409 more information about group. service german congregational united church christ , 379 s. st., saturday, 12 7 i 8 m. 3 s jj: g gj ? bo ' f o ft zach blazer, joe beno, jakub pijor kaitlyn o'hara get an up close per- disaster drills john lasko reporter thursday, 19, 2009. large explosion chemistry lab destroys entire north wing marion l. school, including part gymnasium where packed crowd gathered watch basketball game. lifecare paramedics, along kim haney's medical health technology class called help save as many lives possible. two juniors spring action beginning cpr using automated external defibrillator (aed) 180 lb. man who was sitting stands suffering heart condition wearing pacemaker. knocked him unconscious he not breathing. other side gym, cheerleader middle half-time performance 1 junior jessica hembree tends to. o'hara's "severed finger during drill thursday. (photo lasko) top human pyramid fell. she sprained her ankle somehow amputated fingers. "we think when trying grab something regain balance, it ripped sonal tour ambulance. lessons win nmm "twmmm-iitr jmammten . off she's bleeding profusely," haney said. same time, custodian fixing broken pipe girls locker room. startled woman causing hit aiinar.wmnin.-m $598 iry& dining sets bedroom bedding wrong hot steam began pouring it. suffered second degree burns her- forearm screwdriver lodged shin. outside, force caused mother lose control mini-van skateboarder crossing washington street. did infant child strapped car seat properly. crash ejected receive severe blow head. infant's injuries stop breathing pulse. nearly hours, these dramatic scenarios were acted out seniors supervised paramedics. learning valuable life-saving techniques participating drill. "this college credits course they're taking continued page local family makes jvs choice 'the first time my hammer, knew construction me," joked tad clark, 1988 county joint vocational graduate. amherst, his carpentry instructors helping learn technical life skills needed build successful career established clark roofing 1990. clark's experience sophomore year daughters three graduates jvs. hemlock cottage furniture & gifts we doubled our spacei raf c af 13 kq aihipv armsr sfrfft living room8 vrxv o, iuim uu, ju recllners (1 me south light square) occasional furniu.ro 440-647-5267 welhnerton open: monday thursday 10am sunday noon-5pm closed tuesday wednesday schools ok, but work remains superintendent steve sayers told 35 people cafetorium 18, while shape, still areas district needs improve. earned eighth consecutive "excellence distinction" rating state report card spends $8,327 educate student, $1,663 less average. "our tier, yet spending student puts us bottom 25 percent districts ohio," that's pretty return investment obviously should feel it." after residents passed 6.9-mill levy november, 2008, expanded busing grades k-8 beyond mile relaxed pick drop procedures been since 2005 due budget cuts. "they would able bus morning maybe different afternoon care purposes," "we're give families some flexibility there." average act test scores 23.2 1.5 above hovever, district's sat stood 1,593 only 27. increased number community meetings held every month, two-hour delayed starts all-staff professional development. board education ratified collective bargaining agreement teachers ." toured campus school's visitation days. brookside sheffield lake. "i overwhelmed first. such huge facility, biggest i'd seen kid, gave big ideas, too," "my no-nonsense, cool, hands-on guys, very patient, down earth 2 aleah tiffanie. soon, (submitted photo) - 601 st, 440-647-9373 7pm friday saturday loam-spm
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2009-11-25|
|Date of Original||2009-11-25|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2009-11-25|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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