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job well good 3 page 8 amherst newstime sbbesaagseczz p iwwbwiwi i mmm :', ', - v "" '. ?i a look ahead claire smith memorial playground spaghetti dinner fundraiser will be held saturday, jan. 23 at the eagles from 5-10 p.m. served 5-8 and includes spaghetti, salad, bread, dessert soft drinks. advanced tickets are $8 for adults $5 seniors children 10 younger. available nord middle school board of education. there music raffles. more information, contact jami sexton amy jackson 988-4441 or todd stuart 988-8806 via e-mail jamisexton amherstk 1 2.0 rg, amher-stkl2.org, toddstuart 2.or g- community chorus begin rehearsals spring season on monday, 25 6:30 in choir room junior high school. concert feature old new broadway hits. no auditions. anyone who loves to sing is willing commit each monday programs summer welcome join. beginning its 15th year under direction simone steve gall. city pick up christmas trees that have been placed tree lawns now through friday, 15. all decorations must removed tree. athletic association hold sign-ups blastball, t-ball, baseball, softball sunday, 31, 11 a.m.-2 feb. 14, nordson depot, 67 franklin avenue. fees blastball $45; t-ball $55, ages 7-8 9-10 $65, 11-14 $75, 15 -up $85. players three years by july 2010. first-time should bring copy their birth certificate not returned. after 14 late fee $10 added registrations only if openings exist. go online: amherstbaseball.com, amherstsportsyahoo.com zz o f $ g : sp w j ; c h y . z & " fx r t q nmmwiimiim m mil n mum iiiiiin.iiuijii hiniiimiimiiw .. mmmm mil, $k ' ti- ': , ,;. ,: '"' v.'-' 'ft- '1 ...... 5 ,ai ml e ( sophie linkous (left) uses her day off play snow which accumulated front yard grandfather's cherry valley lane home. six-and-a-half-year-old jason kimes (above) push broom as he helps his uncle robert robles shovel street driveway. (photos john lasko) man winter keeps crews salfy lasko news-times reporter date this publication those keeping count, 66 days left until first march 20. so temperatures rise above freezing, department superintendent jeff "barney" barnes said ready what blows way. "it's fairly polite couple weeks ago," said. "we've just had light 2-4 inch snows instead real heavy 6-8 snows. last thursday we went out did little routine salting then came back friday morning streets cul-de-sacs plowed eight o' clock." team, work water, sewer, arborist departments 17 pieces equipment keep sidewalks throughout ice free. seven two-and-half ton, four one-and-a-half ton dump trucks, pick-up trucks with salt spreaders backs plows attached front. they also utilize front-end loader, backhoe plow it, small tractor blower spreader used clear sidewalks. when experiences two inches less snow, seven-member crew main streets, including hills curves, intersections side streets. continued 7 elderly found dead cold exposure 93-year-old township was frozen death driveway early sunday morning. around a.m., newspaper delivery woman discovered vincent g. yacobozzi father member ron face down deepwood home, wearing nothing but pajamas, too tar away him. called 911. sheriff's deputies responded 7:30 a.m. conduct an investigation let family members know happened. dana parsons lorain county coroner's office about half-hour later. coroner paul matus conducted preliminary postmortem examination died hypothermia, suffered facial injuries result fall. has since ruled yacobozzi's accidental. gaetano vincenzino iacobozzi known united states born dec. 8, 1916 montenero, italy. 19 old, moved states. drafted army air corp. 2, 1942, staff sergeant 13th force south pacific nearly years. august, involved invasion guadalcanal, included northern solomon islands, 9 local lends support group than 22 basabi ratnaparkhi doctoral student university connecticut (uconn) 1980s, she accepted internship greater hartford chapter alzheimer's association. however, realize how much it would be. "i thought picking very easy internship," "the director raimonda tobin, retired nurse, right realized going sleep my internship. me uncertain terms made huge mistake sending over state gather data one most intense internships program ever participated in." tobin's, started countryside manor, skilled nursing facility located bristol, conn., 1988. twenty-two later, still meeting. tobin tremendous impact 's career single-handedly took care husband suffering disease home before admit fjpr- z?u li pr v..: ratanaparkhi public library (photo
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2010-01-13|
|Date of Original||2010-01-13|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2010-01-13 91 2|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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