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amherst news-times i a look ahead st. joseph is hosting its fifth annual buckeye bash at the social hall on saturday, nov. 21. families are welcome. food and drink included in price of tickets. cost $10 for those 16 older, $5 six to 15 years old. there will be raffles door prizes. ticket information, contact deanna jenkins school 988-4244 or parish office 988-2848. nord pto meeting thursday, 12, 9:15 a.m. middle cafeteria, 501 lincoln miracle main street committee would like make this holiday season spectacular. they asking people donate new mini christinas lights so can decorate downtown season. donations'can dropped off either (255 park ave.) perk avenue coffee shop (254 ave.). lions club steele leo lasagna dinner junior high wednesday, 1 from 5 7:30 p.m. tickets are" $7 each, children under 3 eat free. rrieal includes lasagna, tossed salad, breadstick, dessert beverage. dine take jout. proceeds go support special olympics programs. available 'from members, by calling lori elswick 440-396-5431, e-mail request: ' amherstlionsyahoo.com-. who (women helping others) group host chicken paprikas grange milan sunday, 8 1-4 $8 each; five younger meal feature your deli paprikas, rolls butter, dessert, water. call 440-541-6260 also $100 value lottery tree, 5050 raffle, chinese auction. alert cop helps solve legion break-in john lasko nes-times reporter police lieutenant joe kucirek said 44-year-old kenneth r. messer, elyria, responsible breaking stealing thousands dollars american post 118 located 921 n. lake believe he may theft safe amvets 32 carlisle township, as well thefts several other clubs lorain erie counties. oct. 21, around 6 a.m., post's custodian discovered alarm system front was ripped wall. got his truck went next department report findings. "he cut telephone line, cable television lines, ground wire our electrical power city," treasurer member howard baker said. "i don't think knew what cutting. just cutting everything sight." messer not post, but trying determine if an acquaintance someone gained entry guest. "it appears me where going," according kucirek, used heavy metal prying bars enter one which had nearly $7,500 inside unsuccessful second larger safe. obviously worked long time get safe," continued page p little punkm' anthony falbo, months old, avon lake, enjoys first pumpkin patch grobes market township.. some pumpkins bigger than is. (photo bandy meyers) youth can't visit rooms hospital; flu changes policy hospital officials taking proactive approach preventing spread seasonal h1n1 flu1 keeping most likely carriers out hospital. beginning immediately, visitors age 18 permitted patients emh regional medical center owns local temporary initiated aid reducing risk spreading virus protect adolescents virus. remain effect until further notice. donald sheldon, president ceo healthcare understands change cause patient's inconvenience. priority keep "children category contracting stress enough importance healthy becoming ill them away hospital," need attention welcome treatment all emergency departments kid's care express service. library bond issue appear february ballot despite losing $100,000 state money fiscal year, public board trustees still moving forward with plans expand their current facility 24,000 square feet. while has made final decision, have 19 decide whether put before voters holding election february. "we were kind full force then we slowed down bit because economy that's why didn't november ballot," director robin wood "things looking brighter now starting see signs recovery. february, start building spring." 2 needy warm winter; fed year winter coats came droves community principe de paz lutheran church, 1607 e. 31st st., 28. care, share, inc., provided total 336 individuals need. amount, 224 children, 83 adults nine seniors. three-fourths donated parents students attend city schools. started through church christ. average, organization feeds 500 2,000 month pantry. far more 15,000 people. left, organizers assist "shoppers" picking gear themselves children. lasko) h'liu .trail hemlock cottage furniture sf gifts doubled space! ra( c iirt!n o t ko annpv arrncc fstveet recllnera r i1 south light square) occasional furnlturq 440-647-5267 dining sets wellmtrton open: monday $ thursday i0an7pm friday asaturday ipam-5pm sunday noon-5pm closed tuesday & wednesday 601 s. 440-647-9373 bedroom bedding
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2009-11-04|
|Date of Original||2009-11-04|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2009-11-04|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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