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t gym day i'- m3 pa-o9 pago 10 amherst news-time wfi':n bunny vjw hop- a look ahead senior citizens of (scoa) will meet friday, april 9 at the eagles on milan avenue for catered lunch noon. entertainment be provided by humorist barb sutton. call ruth tickets no later than 6 988-5287. anyone who ' would like to join scoa is welcome. "the art tattooing" presented public library monday, 5, 7 p.m. ian jones jonezy's traditional tattoo studio discuss tattoos. with more 15 years experience, working artist loves what he does. joined fellow shawn patton. program free and open public. local astronomer dave lengyel "solar system leftovers: asteroids, meteorites comets are they?" thursday, 8 library. there opportunities hands-on investigation. his talk registration kindergarten new students shupe elementary school fall, 2010, held 26, 1-7 child must five old aug. 1 register. classes fall half-day sessions. morning afternoon sessions determined family's street address. not able take requests session preferences. times 9-11:45 a.m. 12:45-3:30 full-day session. steele leo club lions again co-sponsor annual community easter egg hunt saturday, 3 maude neiding park. arrive 10:30 greet youngsters. begins a.m., rain or shine, it takes only minutes children sweep over grounds collect all eggs. parking limited park, so parents need park nearby side streets. i r h f i- g v d "f b: $ 5 e' q u,;... (- s, -98 p doctors john lasko news-times reporter group physicians currently practice out hospital now own 50 percent it. emh regional healthcare signed an agreement making joint physician venture. for-profit partnership went in effect sunday, march 21. "one our key strategic initiatives find was filled people above, nanci hopperton shows off some retired grey-saturday checking different items display as hounds available adoption. photos see part library's hobby activity day. page 8. (photo lasko) 'rainmaker' workshop stage april, may players theatre-in-the-round "rainmaker," n. richard nash directed pat price. this classic play, set drought-ridden west, tells story spinsterish lizzie curry (judy mackeigan), has just returned from trip visit cousins, undertaken failed expectation that she husband. further matchmaking attempts deputy, introverted file (jeff caja), thwarted. arrival charming confidence trickster named starbuck (ray ewers) promising bring exchange $100 sets series events which enable herself light. rounding cast claude coller, jonathan mccleery, paul nelson, o'toole. performances 15, 16, 17, 23, 24, 30 1, p.m.; matinees 18, 25 2. $12 each $10 groups reserved calling box office 988-5613. located 44820 middle ridge rd. amherst, mezzanine area wheelchair accessible. check their website www.workshopplayers.com. thi im stm nw fa mm chevrolet cl cx.-13, rtrrcncrcn. c:i 7,. j u;3k4k,"31 c-j buy stake ways work collaborate community," medical center ceo arid president dr. don sheldon said. "we do because we have symbiotic relationship where we're dependent other want together, but develop long-term relationships forge strong bond future." been talks these several months. officials moved timeline ;,p'1.sviitwf'.w-tev.i,i-,t';i - -j "'1 -f grey junior high spelling bee team poses camera after advancing regionals firday, 19. they include (front) matthew cecil michael prieto, (back) jeremy parson, arianna venson, allison syrowski, brian megan herbert. spellers g-r-e-a-t j-o-b language arts teacher dianna clark proud her students. however, most select recently compet pjl. 'jrau 2007 gf.:c 322-5331 arcadia mv9 forward weeks schedule separate provision barack obama's reform bill closes opportunity ownership hospital. took had reviewed entities," "what were trying figure exact end date found way felt could certain keep option developing such venture move .: rr'3 ed final 19, midview chance scripps national washington d.c. did well," "i eight continued 2004 chevy 1500 ext cab z71 2mmts.rr72u r- lrv chb if li . u sjx2-'- ill -r n everything created before signed." building still known managed employees emh. larger said services residents grown accustomed too expected remain intact now. foresee any gambish lobbies slots alleys, taverns earlier month, ward three councilman joe gambish, owner lanes bowling & lounge downtown traveled columbus voice support video slot machines alleys throughout state. speaking front ohio house panel considering legislation allow seven racetracks, member proprietors association told representatives money generated electronic games help small business owners himself pay bills month. "it's about anybody getting rich, it's survival," invited state capital marc zappa, vice amherst-based lorain music vending company coin machine (ocma). also credits ohio's smoke chocolate walk sale main hosting second wine 16 noon sell 250 $20 event. participants can show participating merchants nibble taste. businesses outside up facility downtown. starting 12 mermaid's tale, party shop online www.mainstree-tamherst.com, information event available. uc3extc:b271 4x3jv&fcatt.cnft t.miomami&m.isna.
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2010-03-31|
|Date of Original||2010-03-31|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2010-03-31 91 13|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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