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i5 on the farm i $ , softball winners fcoc r amherst news-time rr 22j 1 a child immunization clinic will be held at vfw, 165 cleveland st., tuesday, july 27 from 1:30 p.m. to 4 is open any family with children up 18 needing immunizations. there fee for each immunization, but no one denied due inability pay. anyone under must accompanied by parent or guardian and bring child's current record. free rotary arts in park concert series features performance next hospital every thursday 7 lorain county community college civic jazz band performs thursday, 8. event goes on, rain shine; an alternate location posted of inclement weather. donations snack proceeds support local, regional international service projects. public library presents " sessions zumba as fpart their summer reading program. all fitness levels are s welcome join certified instructor amanda kennedy during four classes scheduled tuesdays 6:30 p.m., 13 20, main street center, 255 avenue. participant have waiver form file instructor. forms available library. more information contact library's reference desk 988-4230. south alumni group host banquet 24 new russia township hall butternut ridge road. reservations taken until 17. honor this year 1960 1985. graduates these two may attend charge, spouses purchase reservation. call marilyn wilhelm 986-2462. expansion issue back ballot wood: 'we've outgrown space we have' jason hawk news-times reporter first they didn't succeed, trustees ready try again convince voters put $1 million building cash. board decided june 21 take second shot 1.1 -mill bond november after similar measure failed just 119 votes february. they'll meet 19 sign resolution launching campaign. if successful time around, money used build 25,000 square-foot addition spring renovate interior existing portion. "we've have," said director robin wood. "we room books. buy something, something else out." amherst's population keeps growing, circulation booming right along it, she said. serves between 500 600 patrons day. past year, number people attending programs has rocketed than 80 percent. built 1906 andrew carnegie foundation, last was 1976, bringing usable square footage continued page 5 -4" m 3 photo oldest part using funds industrialist carnegie. w jvj li la. festival begins friday 6 kick-start three days hot music, food, games historical society's 37th annual old jamboree friday, saturday, sunday. "it's almost like reunion," planner kathleen litkovitz. "a lot come see friends. it's coming home." litkovitz expecting thousands party-goers fill downtown parking tenney avenues. she's lined food vendors serve everything gyros paprikash funnel cakes ice cream. beer booth staffed rotary. children's activities include crafts, carnival games, european bungee jumping. 2 f ! ft' j: il photos randy meyers jamboree's pizza-eating contest performances naked monkeys big hits. sausage king passes recipe third generation submitted mark, mario, and' cameron lombardi pose together before closing stand 2001 . bad bite started it all. 1973, mario worrying about how he'd pay his go college. son, only eight, knew he needed plan ahead. "i saw my kids were going through grade school close together. some kind income," answer came sicilian thunderbolt. afternoon fish vermilion, ordered italian that would set course decades. "it horrible. could do better that," less later, lombardi's owned trailer taking grandparents' world festivals vermilion. business expanded taught tony, lisa, rick ropes, passing down secret audit: schools surviving, expect future challenges who threw district financial life jacket kept sinking beneath troubled economic waters, according report released week. ohio auditor mary taylor's office probed into local district's budget 1, 2008, 30, 2009, found area property owners gave $2.3 boost taxes. cash infusion result levy victory 2008 ballot, when taxpayers agreed give years. administrators also did control spending," state audit showed. still struggling state's unconstitutional funding methods. numbers reveal while regular instructional costs stayed roughly same, special ballooned. maintenance transportation expenditures scaled back, helping balance figures. end income outpaced program expenses $683,622 even though overall cost doing continues rise gas, heating, electric prices. "the carefully planned its existence forecasting revenues over five years" "strong outlook" praise comes strong words caution. taylor warned not without amherst, other districts, heavily reliant taxes keep operations rolling. ongoing battle wake supreme court's ruling way education funded hunter's show army's impact - n o c l. brts : -w?s sin b ss d -n e: oo" rf w) x -a kristin m. associated press writer staff sgt. james p. hunter army journalist killed combat since sept. 11, 2001, military officials say. kellv dewitt. snokes- woman fort campbell, confirmed death within ranks journalists wars afghanistan iraq began. hunter, 25, died patrol struck improvised explosive device kandahar. civilian casualties often caused planted explosives, which means traditional front line wars. those worked him impassioned photographer always trying provide glimpse lives today's soldiers. stories ranged detailing brigade trains prior deployment accom plishments individual reports included soldiers sons movement returning normal baghdad neighborhood 2008. photographs captured curious iraqi following troops patrols doctors medics treating iraqis. "pur :l-jl .il:t.:v.,j....j .1. -h pictures spc. kevin wilcox (left) knocking fists boy patrolling peter huetson (right) another young iraqi. courtesy apu.s. army.
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2010-07-07|
|Date of Original||2010-07-07|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2010-07-07 91 27|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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