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real-life advice n dogs work pago 6 1 " 3"" amherst news-times 22 i) a look ahead the history of 1924 lorain tornado will be presented on tuesday, may 18, by rodney beals black river historical society at public library 7 p.m. local author, kelly boyer sagert, present "shoeless joe jackson" one baseball's all time hitters 25, nordson depot, 671 franklin ave., event is being sponsored friends library. cyo uniforms must returned to st. joseph school or parish offices as soon possible. contact diane 522-2491 set up arrangements if need. residents are invited learn how start their own container garden. county master gardener and resident linda gross share with us her secrets for starting garden thursday, 13, no rsvp required. author wayne stewart saturday, 15, 2-4 signing his newly-released book "stan man: life times stan musial." copies available purchase. nord middle pto meeting 13 9:15 a.m. in cafeteria. anyone interested positions board which include president, vice treasurer, secretary, any committees upcoming 2010-201 year can e-mail misty kelley cometkelleys aol.com. they voting final may. catholic golden agers meet wednesday, 19, 1:30 social hall joseph's church. entertainment morotta accordion, who perform toe tappin', singin' music. lunch this month big hot dogs, salads, chips, pickles, coffee, tea dessert cost $3. t mt q - 2 fc mi r- . b gp 5 ia f" o r s : 55 f & pi m h 4 g donna deblasio martha pallante, authors dent john dietrich. yes, committee did have two "image america amherst" donnas paliantes. marthas rumpler presi- related. (photo lasko) new quarries focuses history; highlights pictures youngstown state university professors pallante deblasio, pub-" lished about city. called amherst," was published arcadia. it features several photos part society's collection captions explaining each cancer survivor, students build family donate hair wigs kids saturday 30-year survivor dee pipik donating kids, nonprofit organization that makes children lost due medical conditions. dee, husband jim, daughter sophie getting clipped 15 joey me salon, 1980 cooper foster road just east ofrt58. left leg bone when she teenager. continues an active conservator's assistant specializing art objects, gilding frames mckay-lodge conservation laboratories oberlin, well wife mother. jim first donated nine years ago only 18 months old. three family. been ready but -waited grow hair. hope group effort help raise awareness cause. since westlake-based has provided free prosthetics made from ponytails lose treatments, burn accidents health conditions, self esteem confidence. more information found http:www.wigsforkids.org pipiks also involved american relay life, walk money celebrate lives survivors victims (http:www.relayforlife.orgrelay), hugs kisses, non-profit charity run mentored teens raising funds patients desperate financial needs -their trademark "x's o's" button bracelet given thank you donors (http:hugsandkissesinc.org). y'; :,.' i l iibiin photo detail. "everything carefully documented," said. -"once we selected images, then sitting here ordering basic chronology members could tell what story chapter wrote script. once would type 200 joint vocational spent remodeling old farmhouse property. renovated building used nasa's core program, worldwide distribution center educational materials. "the were eager get out there work," ron gresco, carpentry instructor, "at end day, see progress that's exciting them." gresco said "whole interior gutted down stud walls" rebuilt. electricity completely rewired, heating air conditioning added, plumbing replaced, windows installed. clark post, architectural firm lorain, created design project, s.m. fox elyria general contractor. continued page v u ! ft pull together." its relationship ' quarry industry early day.' pages contain depicting not processing stone 1800s, workers themselves, along hand tools other equipment :3 vrti-, used. had task choosing most appropriate among thousands. cull information, obtained members, even former workers. "we lots reference it- hx these attend project remodel use program: (back) braxton kovach, a.j. myosky, nick mittler, (front) mike short, adam shaffer, greg long. dale sheffield) "y speiic helps lasko reporter alert helped police arrest adult teenager responsible robbing kentucky fried chicken located 407 n. leavitt rd. around 10:38 p.m., concerned rock creek development contacted after 18-year-old frederick barker 17-year-old male another unknown dressed got ford explorer parked spruce tree lane. caller saw males walking toward dispatcher sport utility vehicle license plate number. sergeant mark cawthon responding scene, he observed matching caller's description exiting housing development. officer turned"-. initiated traffic stop. "as stop conducted, call received restaurant robbed gunpoint wearing black," report. careers kw ill!.,,. saying 'hello' fourth graders harris elementary walked manor friday afternoon, april 30, color, play games, plant strawberry plants talk seniors service learning implemented district year. frag
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2010-05-12|
|Date of Original||2010-05-12|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2010-05-12 91 19|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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