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seniors awarded $1 .7 million - page 2 amherst hosts all stars 11 news-times look ahead the june meeting of friends public library is scheduled for wednesday, 25 at 1 1:30 a.m. library. discussion will be on presentation joe "the coupon guy" july 30 7 p.m. in main street building. they also discuss group's involvement pet show jamboree 12 and library's summer reading festival 17 explained. new members are always welcome. surf's up family fellowship church. catch wave rockin' worship, beachcomber crafts, a beach be-attitude bible lesson vacation school. kindergarten through sixth graders invited to party 16-20, 9:30 -12:30 fellowship, 780 cooper foster park road. more information register, call pastor lesli 988-2866 ext. 207. join magician greg carson when he brings his magic mainstreet community center as part program. entertain children ages with help assistant trixie, professional rabbit. program takes place friday, 20 located 255 ave. downtown amherst. just one programs that cooking "what's library," four 104. while this free no registration required, collecting donations second harvest food bank. you can visit their web www.amherst.lib.oh.us. click "youth services' button calendar upcoming events. steele high school soccer team hosting its fifth annual youth camp from 23-june 27. cost $55 each camper gets t-shirt ball. applications downloaded at: www.amherst.kl2.oh.us or picked front office questions directed varsity coach brett thompson 440-308-7786. n s tfl s3 5 h o w 5- t t3 c : 3 i r "' 2r wo i-i mr. balloon (paul holbert) makes monkey climbing tree 10-year-old lauren barlett amherst, anthony salerno michigan enjoys cot- year performing competition 'idop-style by john lasko reporter 35th old time right around comer. event which 11, saturday, sunday, 13 city parking lot between tenney avenues. there have been some exciting changes added year's jamboree. quarry home project started developer clearing debris; builder break ground model soon ever since industrial realty chief executive officer stuart lichter announced purchased nearly 917-acre cleveland quarries site december $22 million, construction crews hard work kinds debris site. so far demolished five six mills residential property along road make way beaver creek, completed sometime next fall. manager rich govitz said hopes demolition end month. "we're moving fast we we're very pleased going well it forward getting everybody involved out here," govitz, who grew rocky river, said. turn road, north state route 113, into entrance development. other entrances an emergency buckeye south our pass conceptual drawing where physically laid out, topography has flown wet lands studied," within first phase construction, 111,000 square foot lodge, built overlooking number seven face go up. instead charging admission fee done years past, -will everyone. -'this decided not do because, of-the gas prices families haying 'many expenses wrp cji! come many times , want," historical society committee chairwoman kathleen litkovitz year, singing contest spin off istsssssssmbtk4b nisi riflhhmmbjbbbb "we talks world-class spa operator york state, however, can't say now because haven't inked deal," addition -10,000 spa, lodge feature 50 residences, 80-room hotel, manna, mii iii p m inimm in-mrmri-mt t-winiirriiim mn lira ton candy watching (photo jason equestrian center, indoor anil outdoor pool, restaurant, trap skeet club, gym water park. olmsted-based dibenedetto fine homes construct 1,100 frank lloyd wright-style homes, townhouses, farms private stables, p&ade hawk) ja ,c-,s 4 hit fox reality american idol. dubs super star. two categories, 13-to-17-year olds 18-and-over crowd," she take 12, until p.iri! playing roles randy jackson, paula abdul simon cowell pete continued (above) constructed quarry. irg (middle) housing developers tony (left) jaram about creek last week. (photos lasko) cluster four-story condominiums glass, wood quarried sandstone materials "i've bugging get (home) up," "rich got together were con 16 finally! repairs coming roads plaza residents business owners frustrated taken long repair both kresge drive liberty bell street. some, like resident dan lawrence, fed trying dodge potholes roadways, vowed travel down roadway those necessary addressed. starting week, drivers start seeing orange barrels equipment roadways. "our goal keep interference, confusion negative impact (to businesses) much possible," mayor dave taylor "this why pouring concrete night shutting during day." open players stage 'jukebox canteen workshop theatre presents "g.i. jukebox" rick lewis, cotton music direction corey knick. service setting nostalgic musical. memories world war ii unpleasant illustrates why. enter canteen, eat, dance enjoy best comedy early 1940s offer. "moonlight serenade," "i'll you," "mairzy doats," others audience along. (and that's ok.) cast includes olivia cotton, terri deshon, friedman, angela griffith, donna hughes, jim jason, jordon lawhorn, melissa lyle, molly o'neill, karen reynolds, jenifer warren, jonathan jake watkin, hannah watson, susan watson kathy whitmore. performances 26, 27, 28, 3, 5, 6, 8 p.m., sunday matinees tickets $12 $10 groups 15 may reserved calling box (440) 988-5613. theatre-in-the-round 44820 middle ridge mezzanine area wheelchair accessible. check website www.workshopplayers.com.
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2008-06-18|
|Date of Original||2008-06-18|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2008-06-18|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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