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a i i.i , in .,, ,, . beware of bad intersections page 7 holiday happenings santa to eat pancakes during breakfast the steele high school prom-to-dawn committee is sponsor ing pancake with fundraiser on sunday, dec. 15, from 8 am. noon at cafeteria. cost $5 for adults, $3 children ages 4-12, and those three under free. tickets arc available through any member .the junior class, or call tammi 985-7661, debbie 988-9574, marilyn 985-2078. will also be door. pictures parents who bring cameras, basket raffle held. historians hosting christmas village amherst historical society present its annual open house, "christmas village," sandstone museum center sunday afternoon, 15. all restored buildings decorated season public enjoy. freshly-baked cookies harris-dutc house 2-4 p.m., carols sung 4 p.m. st george chapel mary miller playing antique pump organ, accompanied by kevin brccn guitar. there no admission fee, but donations welcome. more information, 988-7255. santa's secret shop kids only women's league host saturday, 9 a.m. 3 nordson depot this program makes it possible choose their own special gifts family friends. community chorus stage concert holi day 15 2:30 joseph church social hall. chorus, seventh season, direc tion steve simonc gall deborah lesucr. opens classic noels which partners famous classics such as "jesus joy man's desiring" traditional carol "the first noel." concludes "best time year," a1 30-miriutc medley secular trad itional tied together narration. many members featured soloists throughout medley. ends tongue-in-cheek version "deck halls" called "variations far la la." refreshments served after $4 senior citizens $2 students. five admitted library offering classes crafts joining celebration 'trees, trains & treats" sponsored downtown betterment association. 1 7, craft sessions offered library. participants can learn design card gift tags us stamps, glitter variety art supplies. they make bookmark delivered readers area nursing homes. these activities free public. hot dog empire may ex jason hawk nowa-tlmos reporter watering mouths eastern lor ain county might soon get taste amherst, if heaven owner jack o 'flanagan put deal new location avon commons shopping center. "we're trying work find spot that have shape space configuration we well with," o'flarwgan said last week. "but until con vince ourselves do it, entire still very tentative. we're close, are stumbling blocks around way." amhcrstoftlafls fell love eatery when opened, 1976, o'flanagan was pursue venues. "our great even landmark," he his 493 cleveland avenue restaur ant. locating within an old done with. landlocked here need modern too." confirmed has been negotiations goodman realty group almost year second near inter state 90 routes 254 83, although definite lease agreement beeu reached. would not say how close ik, sealing deal, eyeing seniors marion l. launch rubber ducky giant slingshot, while another team across bankruptcy tjy jasoh lawk news-timos aftershocks from; nationwide won't pt wrinkle futurcot morc'than jobs, according local spokespco plc orius corp, formerly known lorain lisn, inc. telecommunication conglom erate filed chapter protection nov. is, central office services president paul osland, heads com pany's manu facturing facilities, legal move change employ ment policy. "any potential layoffs, re hires, hires nothing restructuring going through," told news-times. trees, looking perfect gift? just starting your ping? either way, grab them fourth trains, event weekend. 5 friday, 6, bet terment association centurytcl provide events shops main late. "it's our hope since people come friday night tree lighting city hall then go down street see open," phillips, co-coordinator 2,000-square foot property pier imports. certainly considered prime part county, there's doubt landlord im pressive array stores draw people," said. "he's outstanding complex concentrated retailers really feed each other." should pieces fall wants them, ho like aim up expansion march april earliest "we commit end convinced it's right one," said, indicating tliat comets lose outing ducky, much business asjjisual." osland referred month's filing "balance sheet issue," stated terms agree include debt-for equity swap onus's bank lenders bondholders rcccivc9jpcr" ccnt uuexchange 80 percent reduction cuncnt debt. debt incurred made scries acquis- itions immediately before tele industry took large downturn, "everyone seen contraction, everyone else," "independent ruptcy issue, we've operating what 'telecom depress- continued 2 drapery, decor more, park avenue. "a lot don't know amherst," she "they think k mart downtown, nol" phillips amherst's good place shop, especially sea son, because limited hustle bustle, personalized service, smaller crowds, and. flavor unique 'found. "you actually into experience them," never you find. driving isn't signed, take 60-90 days build remodel opening. "this project things.don't material ize, deal," warned. why successful, o'fhcmgan owes factors. product travel successful other locations here, ob vious success consis tency food that's der, persona! touch," uianking am hcrst managing stalf "and always able capture pand you're one gymnasium attempts catch it. several crazy stunts lact wednesday s games. representatives company's recent result layoffs route 58 location, provides about 100 jobs. treats' enough. inside explore. every store something extra add." estimated 1,000 area, phillips. fashioned fami lies together. want so enjoy parents, same give nostalgic, reminis cent feeling," reminding amhcrstoriians city's original small-town feeling festival's goals, definitely prom tho-geyer favorite 'dogs bog heaven, ave,, mlglit b xpancwng clockwise left brmh, drew, cacy, austin, chrte, cooper, friend amy cctrth, u x a; l (x) h m c tn r - w n. 31 si f 0) ( pa cd wild activity jobs ote atmosphere the' area," "i al ways berry ohio, walk street" celebration, town, including post library, decked out lights themes. run 5-9 pin. model train viewing, ceremony hall, strolling carolers. most 10
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2002-12-04|
|Date of Original||2002-12-04|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|