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bachelor no more page 12 amherst news-times all expectant moms and those of children younger than first grade are invited to mothers preschoolers. this group is a great way connect with who sharing similar challenges joys life. the meets twice month on third wednesdays learn about relevant topics, do fun activities enjoy moms-only meal. families welcome registration ice cream social event wednesday, aug. 18, from 6:30 8 p.m. at 379 s. main st., in front fire station amherst. e-mail darlene d.ricerocketmail.com for info mops. community car show will be held 6 p.m., thursday, 19, manor retirement community, 175 north lake st. feature live band, food, fun. vfw post 1662 having mystery bus trip saturday, 21 . there still few seats left available. they filled first-come first-served basis. cost $20 per person leave by 11 a.m. return 7 information or sign up, call (440) 988-8102 stop post, located 1 65 cleveland ave. see our complete bulletin board 3. send new items to: news theoberlinnews.com p.o. box 67, n - o ; r" s e c 03 r w 3 af h 5" b p z j l pi i8 ps back guide comets students inside: what's supply lists routes open houses interviews more! start dismissal times: kindergarten through shupe powers schools class 9 fourth sixth harris nord seventh 12th graders junior high 7:30 2:30 steele school grading changes await when classes next tuesday. chief among them 10-point scale that brin'g's" into line other southwestern conference. years past, 93 percent was lowest would earn an a. starting fall, benchmark set 90 modification principal michael gillam said he's been itching make since he took job seven ago. have looked better college recruiters because amherst's kids were much higher standards. that's robbed local learners scholarships said. 85 parents surveyed via spring supported change, which also got approval school's student council. 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|Title||Amherst news-times, 2010-08-18|
|Date of Original||2010-08-18|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2010-08-18 91 33|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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