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amherst news-times a look ktm makes teen's wish come true 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. library's evening book club celebrate christmas get-together perk avenue coffee shop and discussion "the guernsey literary potato peel pie society," wednesday, 16 p.m. told through series letters, is set one year after world war ii tells story islanders who fought nazi occupation force. up fake cover their meetings but soon find themselves discussing literature real. anyone has read this would like join meeting welcome. used gift exchange. choir department, direction mark skladan, present alumni concert thursday, 17 7:30 held lorain palace broadway in lorain. performance $3 available door, any member or purchased room school. email markskladan amher-stkl2.org reserve pick-up holiday favorites performed by concert, choir, women's chorus, men's hand bell madrigals. members perform county retired senior volunteer program host "lunch santa" saturday, 11:30 1:30 heritage presbyterian church, 515 north leavitt rd. cost person; infants six months free. e: n eg i sixteen old adam wyatt college corner, ohio, poses next his new dirt bike other accessories inside ktm's corporate headquarters monday. he had granted local chapter make-a-wish foundation found out was battling hodgkin's lymphoma. (photos john lasko) lasko reporter two days before thanksgiving last year, doctors cincinnati children's hospital diagnosed 16-year-old stage iv lymphoma most advanced disease. while families weregeuing- ready chow down tujrl&wiui trimmings, starting undergo extensive chemotherapy radiation treatments. spirit holiday, allowed check about four hours so could have dinner family. "when you first get diagnosis, it's just shock then how we going this," wyatt's "it an easy decision, " darin gillis, vice president finance treasurer said. "after hearing adam's passion riding, it probably easiest things 've ever done 're happy part it. not ktm, wanting do something good him andkelprhitn some fiin." mother lisa grant "we've been very fortunate because we've many people that reached us people, as well nurses doctor's were absolutely wonderful." discovered mass neck chest, nodules lung. since rounds consisting different' types drugs injected body, along 14 "we didn't even realize sick," "he asymptomatic, nothing really tell oh. only thing did noticed lymph node swollen go recovered cold." parents contacted kelly kleinschmidt executive director greater kentucky indiana her diagnosis. son enjoyed hanging friends, playing video games, riding bikes. amherst-based america, inc. month ago explained them they disappoint. continued page math, science fun? yes, if rockets involved that's crazy students participate annual event which pits classes against each other. more pictures 8 website www.theamherstnewstimes.com. math got little fun lot interesting 340 sixth graders nord middle earlier month, learned receiving $2,223 martha holden jennings cleveland. barry kaufman paraprofessional applied money teaching mathematical tangents build launch own model spring. project dubbed "math, higher level frontier." 'to me, doing provides several students," "one, hands-on approach; two, hear age won't 'oh no, i'll never able it' can accomplish anything mind to." these begin building launching rockets, student expected complete 67-page workbook full word searches, activity sheets, diagrams, illustrations, learning definitions scientific rocket terminology. end workbook, required tests terms information learned. "i think curiosity right now," responsible submitting report results pre- post-testing data, charting student's progress throughout entire project. kits manufactured penrose, colo. -based estes 2 mermaid's tale success judy recknagel smile days. owner tale, 201 church st., downtown amherst, named top entrepreneurs irt lorain, erie huron counties ceremony community college's spitzer center nov. 19. tables took my family employees," kind hollywood awards lights everywhere, show name our. business screen, store, announced everyone make acceptance speech." achievements,
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2009-12-02|
|Date of Original||2009-12-02|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2009-12-02|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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