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girls cinch the swc title - page 8 comets miss their chance 9 221 '-to' vy amherst news -1 imes ahead general membership meeting of historical society will be held wednesday, may 28 at grange-schoolhouse. a short business begins 7:30 p.m. followed by program "their quarry stories," hosted bob pallante. he tell stories memories people who worked in local quarries and passed from generation to generation. heritage house ' present ethel moyers speak about her extensive collection paper napkins. those with unusual napkins are invited bring them share on thursday, 22 7 community center 255 park avenue. there raffle for collector's cook book "martha washington's book" marie kimball. youth car wash belield saturday, 17, a.m. 2 marathon gas station corner rt. 58 cooper foster. is free all donations benefit summer mission trip camp ministry family fellowship church. catholic golden agers meet 21, 11:30 social hall st. joseph brittany anderson entertain group. special surprise luncheon as well. seniors, any denomination, welcome. call joanne 988-3089 more information. group selling used hardcover books, six $1. public library board trustees hold 2009 budget hearing regular monday, 19 6 library. open public. i -pi! f gig j b c w y o fe sis n hwwiikm ii el: every napkin tells john lasko news-times reporter some collect stamps, others sports memorabilia. like furniture, art, cars, or antiques. resident collects "i was little girl first grade my mother enjoyed collecting entertaining," said. "when friend's birthday party, she said, 'now ethel, if they have pretty napkins, why don't you take your it home we'll start you.'" that's exactly what did. nearly 60 years later 2,000 later, continues add anywhere everywhere goes. its an inexpensive hobby enjoys seeing various patterns colors encounters through travels. "the most important thing really that it's memory life activities enjoy make world go around," , grouped categories such birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, showers, christmas, easter, other holidays vacations. one favorite sing anthem 7:05 tribe game today emily gendics, amherst, lead singerguitarist g-force: gendics revue, singing national cleveland indians today, 14, when plays oakland a's. this busy fifth grader nord middle school has hectic week but minute it. performed tuesday choir concert lorain palace theater today's thursday night band (7 p.m.) concluded school's talent show friday afternoon where debut original song "my appreciation" which composed. sisters, hannah olivia perform several festivals over summer.check out website www.gforcerevue.com. friends hope help ease bills brendon shadle four-year-old lee been hospital operating rooms since only month old. born cesarean section first-time parents jeff melody health partners march 22, 2004. went everything fine, defective heart. his hoping california surgeon can him. (photo lasko) began before, 1948. collection; sentimental value her. before tonight against healthy boy time were no problems whatsoever," changed nurse hesitant bringing newborn son back room nursery. had' breathing rapidly concerned infant contracted infection. 'they said we think something continued 3 different story '4 came restaurant called rocknes. december, 2004, met daughter, melanie, thought do christmas shopping crocker westlake. got there, then 'get car, we're going drive' just side center. so kept driving south soon interstate thought, 'where going'," not having clue awaited down road, daughter pulled parking lot restaurant. "inside lobby husband after three us sat ordered our meals, 'mom, pve you'," inside tote bag scroll had poem written become grandma time. "then wrote nap: kin, lunch mike mel, december date told melanie expecting baby,'" july, 2005, .had twins, named courtney kyle." favorites come fly away us! (bring kite) sixth annual county great kite flight place front lawn joint vocation 10 1 event residents fun flying kites neighbors. sponsored newspaper group, includes news-times, the.oberlin news-tribune, wellington enterprise news. "kids ages participate," ken carpenter, publisher newspapers. fire department again aerial ladder truck inspection pizza, compliments opportunity families bond children individuals get stress relief." participants own limited roll orange b9it0ls road work season opens live travel along foster ridge terra lane sounds trucks jackham-mers, while trying to; dodge pesky barrels. two new roadways have, added city's street; improvement year. be, resurfaced between lake; street beaver creek cul-' vert, located directly across pinecrest; apartments. total estimated cost for-the engineering, and! bidding project $16,500 estimated; construction about! $138,000, brings entire resurfacing $154,500. "what doing last year, part plan main entrances city ridge, entrance south," mayor david taylor "we've done north main, avenue, church street', i...i,u. cole mark kaminski prepare off during number available for. one. these donated wellington's village market, rite aide drugstores drug mart. than $400 cash prizes given lormet federal credit. "lj
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2008-05-14|
|Date of Original||2008-05-14|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2008-05-14|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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