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comets ready getting froggy v.. pcf!3 10 pago 13 amherst news-time 7t 71 1l 1 a look ahead state representative terry boose will be holding town hall meeting in at the main street community center (old post office) on saturday, march 27 from p.m. to 3 58th house district includes huron county, western and southern lorain eastern seneca county. all are welcome. friends of public library present "amelia earhart," one-woman show performed by carol starre-kmiecik today, wednesday, 24 7 nordson depot, 671 franklin ave. residents learn about life this record-breaking aviation pioneer. free performance is educational, humorous, entertaining, according organizers. heritage inviting hear gerri rice's discussion as it was long ago now center, thursday, 25, light refreshments served event. good shepherd baptist church invites participate special friday memorial service easter event april 2 p.m., 100 cleveland ave, well resurrection sunday celebration easter, 4 a.m. contact officegsbaptistchurch.org or 988-4506 for more info. spaghetti dinner fundraiser medical expenses tim walsh, who battling brain tumor, take place eagles, 1161 milan road. cost $10 adults $5 children ages 12 younger. there baskets other items raffled. also dessert. tickets information, rick jacobs (440) 315-0630 t orrjacobsl9aol.com ; mike bozsoki 670 2807 mbozsokihot-mail.com donna wilson 225-7567 dswil-sonl0gmail.com. f . & , a. ? : 1.,w - l '-..v v i ' v.j. pennies heaven fourth graders harris elementary school had fun watching movies, playing games their teachers count mounds friday. excitement part stall your teacher day school. kay sutton students collected than $1 ,600. brings total amount almost $3,900 since started patients drive nearly two weeks ago. proceeds raised benefit leukemia lymphoma society. matt schillinger's class (above) submerge his desk pennies. sea page photos. (photo john lasko) gum chosen mart lasko news-times reporter after spending hours behind closed doors conference room marion l. steele high monday, board members selected teresa gilles fill nick dimacchia's vacated seat. "she's smart, she's intelligent her strong ties business were overwhelming strengths why we brought on," president funderburg said. "the ability member gather input critical fact that she has such contacts with community, thought just added one strength our board." gilles, jonathan street, currently executive director amherst, position held seven years. 1984 graduate been continued three-year-old dead injured home family says book shelf fell; cops investigate jesse crum jr. died metro health last 17, week suffering being taken hospital forest hill home. emergency room, discovered boy cranial bleeding multiple bruises body. mother, 22-year-old alyson sweany, lived boyfriend, peter jones, parents no charged boy's death police investigating claims climbing bookcase tuesday, 9 retrieve some stickers. they told weight body caused tip, several fell child. few days later, sweany police, son became lethargic immediately took him partners lorain. there, he lifeflighted condition. county children's services contacted shortly hospital. friday, 12, around 1:33 a.m., leos, lions preparing annual egg hunt waiting year's begin, youngster tell you popular lasts but minutes. should arrive plenty time park get kids yearbooks, newspapers going online through link zl n o ii (3d s c3 "v cheryl ashton, youth manager library, process putting together an scrapbook chock full pictures, biographies, yearbooks even copies earlier editions news-times. "this project we're doing ohio historical society columbus," "they ones helping us do digitizing providing website." so far, website -www.amherst.lib.oh.us contains back issues which january, 1997, until december, 2002. "we taking collection have trying digitize current offer another form reach people," ashton "microfilm not forever. so, way preserving newspaper's history." sent sporadic microfilm newspaper when first known press columbus digitized. these include july 31, 1914, 29, 1915; sept. 9, 1915 14, 1916; jan. 11, 1917 27, 1917; oct. 4, may 1, 1919. 5 leo club again co-sponsor maude neiding park. jenna veard, president, said leos stuffing 150 pounds candy into 10,000 plastic eggs before "a couple begins, scattering filled over three designated areas park, toddlers three-year-olds, four-to-six-year-olds, seven-to-10-year-olds." specially marked prize can redeem gifts. bunny 10:30 greet youngsters. invited bring cameras pictures bunny. 500 expected event, participants time. parking limited need nearby side streets. begins 11 rain shine, takes only minutes sweep grounds collect eggs. addition hunt, boxes set up used eyeglasses, recycled distributed people third-world countries. mi'k 11uhthl tutu' 1lpt t, -tj chevrolet 40737 ci. ct. 13, 1c 4q73 j el 13. c im y chsw tavern 2010 willi um m'mkm impala ltz rmw au4-aici- mwa mvtatmn cncvy fne avslsnch9ltz4x4
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2010-03-24|
|Date of Original||2010-03-24|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2010-03-24 91 12|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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