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girls open with shutouts - page 7 manges is top sjs teacher pag amherst news-time j i fciture exciting to those who study city's past by jason hawk news-times reporter time keeps on slipping into the future at historical society, where a full plate of new projects may soon help bring that old feeling modern world. in coming months, society president john dietrich, also serves as city council, said he will ask his fellow elected officials envelop society's museum and rccnactmcnt grounds special "historic district" so slew tourist destinations can be built between jefferson north like streets. "there are many things we want do all hinge this district," told last week, "but point, they arc simply planning. wc hope become reality soon." earlier year, preservationists opened art gallery sandstone center, local artists already displaying hundreds paintings, sketches, crafts. ; recently, leaders were approached another proposal launch small general store patterned after an ice cream parlor candy shop yesteryear. now there more talk about establishing very histor-ically-thcmcd restaurant grounds, which would house gift continued 3 good ride, read first graders isaiah perez ashley. hill from mrs. wells' class take their turn saddle during western dross-up day shupo elementary school wednesday favorite books. ovents woro part annual right road week. 'all fi brusky tells party over rumor he'll drop race no matter what else you hear, he's it for long haul. despite persisting rumors, 25-year-old terra lane man running ohio representatives not planning strategic retreat upcoming primaries. nick brusky, currently at-largc representative stay course 58th district race, even though practical joke has started opposite direction. april fool's prank, said, sent e-mail lorain county republican chair robert rousseau "to get him worried" withdraw. was just joke. there's truth it," young political candidate phone interview "bob, need talk. i'm thinking dropping out," wrote rousseau. shortly after, meeting, revealed ruse. since declaring candidacy january, been building grassroots support network, going door shaking hands, campaigning "the old-fashioned way," news-times. had bowing out due insufficient funds, office seeker war chest combat millionaire primary oppo- ncnt, dan white norwalk. "he could probably go checkbook write check cover entire campaign if wanted," laughed bmsky. have lot money yet knowledge how win elections. think might position." middle third term contender confident come 2 add one tally mark list victories. came 2001 age 22. platform conservative spending, retaining residents ohio, controlling tux growth. should nod voters spring, gear up n strong fight against democratic pago 12 hop, skip, jump hunt hey kids it's spring time, only mean thing. ready most frenzied two minutes year. that's children ages 10 rise tsunami pudgy hands clear maude neiding park 10,000 plastic eggs saturday, 15, when lions leo clubs hold community gastcr egg hunt. "it's giant vacuum cleaner turned sucks everything up," secretary dave walzer. amazing." starting 11 a.m. sharp, unleashed three separate areas candy- prize-filled roped-off toddlers three-year-olds, four- six-year-olds, seven- 10-ycar-olds. than 200 pounds tucked shells, several specially-marked hidden redeemed prizes excitement back filled amuses me. such look accomplishment faces able gather bounty, walzer said. event's 10th 800 1,000 expected participate, easter bunny make church offers friday programming family every year friday, light 'force children's ministry pastor lesli klingcnmcier plans day-long program designed teach true reason why celebrated. features variety activities kindergarten through sixth grade, including drama, crafts, giveaways, lunch. "with adult teen volunteers, memorable event blessed enough room accommodate use our youth center," klingenmeier camp event, brings together families other churches community. parents encouraged join shared experience. year's theme, "journey jerusalem marketplace" takes 2,000 years learn people time. focus find life disciples others jesus rose tomb; "guest" speakers, mary, peter thomas share stories christ's death resurrection changed loves. register or . information contact fellowship 988-2866, visit www.familyfellowship.net. 4 jhibi "f " 'f "" y -"-bssg twins olivia madison bescak, seven old, flank five-year-old emma kelloy pass cookies cupcakes participants night's "mine 9 voter adoption party" steele high school. volunteers rally word levy select number worried great teachers gathered cafetorium night, hoping herd toward passing attempt tax november 2003. "we're happy we're seeing here tonight," spokesperson greg ring. "1 really moved changes we've made way operate, they'll attitude vote." gave solid thumbs down similar request primaries, schools cut $2 million budget re-negotiated contracts classified employees. voted operating funds 1996, financial officers predicting deficit early 2009 cost savings enacted recent months. but effort, ring still 5 skate $80,000 mike fitzpatrick proposed bike took step announcement committee behind project begun its fundraising campaign, jan osburn announced monday council meeting soliciting donations eastern portion depaola park. estimated somewhere $100,000, raise half seeking grant $50,000 waste management pay project. eligible because recycled materials used construction ramps obstacles. project, mayor david a. taylor council. definitely funds," rough draf agreement, though, once completed, maintained covered under insurance, explained. main stnct pledged sherri mcarthur working years. commissioner lori kokoski involved. popularity extreme sports, includes biking skateboarding, brought 6
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2006-04-12|
|Date of Original||2006-04-12|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2006-04-12|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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