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amherst news-times a look ahead free organic gardening program by mark and karen langan of mulberry creek herb farm will be held wednesday, june 3 at 7 p.m. the nordson depot, 671 franklin ave. it's hosted friends public library. registration for sandstone summer theatre, thursday, 1 from 6-8 in cafetorium high school. fees are $90 apprentices (current grades 6-8) sunshine company 2 - 5). children must accompanied parent or legal guardian to register. fee grade 9 through adults) is $25. also, regis- ; tration forms only can picked up i ' on may 28, heritage house host dean liska avon lake coin & collectibles. he explain benefits fun collecting. ( residents invited bring an unusual old they have share tell why it special them. will. main street community center, 255 k park avenue this e open free. light refreshments served. call anna gaydosh more information 988-2325. steele school marching band performs monday annual memorial day parade downtown. (photo randy meyers) medical health technology students hosting gentle chair senior citizen exercise wednesdays, 27 1:10 steele's north gym. seniors just show get them moving; provided manor. questions directed kimjianey amherst.k 2.o h.us. s.c.o.a., citizens meet 5 catered lunch eagles milan noon. about shipwrecks. contact ruth 988-5287 tickets no later than 2. youngsters enjoy candy tossed participants monday. young fella (above) celebrates after scoring some sugar. right bridgett jacovetti her miniature horse, ginger, who joined other horse enthusiasts event. see page 12 photos, visit www.theamherstnewstimes .com many which not published today's paper. (photos john lasko) crowds turn out mq r q lined streets waving american flags, while were also decked red, white blue amherst's parade. kicked off 10 a.m. stopped five minutes cleveland cemetery legion post 118 chaplain jim simon placed ceremonial wreath front several grave stones. 21 -gun salute, member playing taps, concluded ceremony. youngless, 7, was selected as 118's poppy princess megan parks, 9, chosen vfw 1662's year. service bandstand city hall where mayor david taylor began his speech with poem entitled "our soldiers" saint joseph priest rev. lawrence martello gave invocation. crowd spilled south led recital pledge allegiance, well song national anthem, "america beautiful," "god bless america" usa." eric stocker has lived nearly 17 years delivered very emotional significance what means him optometrist louis stokes veterans administration hospital works veterans. ended salute taps. ee9!ulbhbfllhihh 1x1 bryan naelitz joe szabo, freshmen marion l. school, received two state medals. (submitted photo) junior earn individual science medals olympiad team competed ohio university columbus saturday, april 18 2009 tournament. finished 18th place among top 40 division b teams state. awarded first sixth 23 events. earned medal anatomy fourth "reach continued 6 gets serious id theft prevention lasko reporter breath a' little easier knowing personal city's division, municipal utilities safe identity thieves. council approved series red flag policies, set rules, written assistant law director abe lieberman prevent mitigate occurring. comes federal trade commission (ftc), bank regulatory agencies credit union (ncua) requiring financial institutions creditors develop implement part fair accurate transactions (fact) act 2003. according ftc's, website, outline "identification, detection response patterns, practices specific activities known that could indicate theft." established number covered accounts live .and township buy amherst. ftc classifies account card, cell phone, utility, checking savings accounts, mortgage automobile loans, along marginal accounts. "a there foreseeable risk theft," ftc's website states. nine-page policy drafted members, when opening,, restoring accepting payment one the, employees automatically check "red flag" indicators signal possible theft. flags include: fraud, active duty alert, freeze address discrepancy individual's report. pattern activity inconsistent history report like significant increase card loan inquiries, cards opened recent months material .change use credit. suspicious documents ones identification purposes appear altered forged, driver's license issued photograph physical description appearance applicant application appears been altered, forged destroyed reassembled. library offering reading, crafts programs all everyone create three different reading designed involved. kids club age 4 those completing keep track time spend prizes. begins continues july 13. round 16. craft days: each beginning 10, offer make-it take-it drop-in format. required. story times: begin 8 9. pick best. sessions 10:30 tuesday park. teens -those their own. great prizes stop reg-
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2009-05-27|
|Date of Original||2009-05-27|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2009-05-27|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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