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2 EXTRAWest BULLETIN BOARD THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Thursday, February 24, 1994 hps THINGS TO DO Addyston Sunday social: The District Four Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars will hold a bingo social from 2-5 p.m. Sunday at the Globe trotters VFW Post, 140 Main St. Avondale Lenten lecture seminar Xavier Uni versity's vice president for religious development, the Rev. Leo Klein, will speak on "Investing in Flexibility of the Spirit: Spent, Bent and Lent 1394 at 6:30 p.m. Friday at Xavier's Schott Building. Cost: $5, Includes dinner. 745-2078. Yard architects: Learn to create a landscape design from 6-8 p.m. March 4 at the Civic Garden Center, 2715 Reading Road. Cost: $10 Civic Garden Center members, 515 non- members. 221-0981. Colerain Township Sticky business: The "Maple Sugar Days Festival will run from noon to 5 p.m. March 5 and 6 at Farbach-Wer- ner Nature Preserve, Poole Road at Colerain Avenue. Demonstrations of tree tapping. Free. 521-7275. College Hill "Fanfare II": McAuley High School, 6000 Oakwood Ave., will hold its annual card and bingo party from 1:30- 4:30 p.m. March 6. Tickets: $6. Delhi "Monte Carlo Night": Sponsored by the Delhi Business Association from 8 p.m. to midnight March 4 at Delhi Park Lodge, 5125 Foley Road. Admission: $3. 921-0812. Downtown Business seminar The Service Corps of Retired Executives will present a seminar on Writing Your Business Plan" on March 7 at the Christ Church undercroft, Fourth and Sycamore streets. Registration at 7 p.m., seminar at 7:30. 684-2812. Go for the goal: The Cincinnati Recreation Commission will hold open reg istration for spring soccer teams Monday through i-rioay at two cen tennial Plaza, bus central Ave. 352-4000. History on film: The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman will be shown at noon Friday and Saturday at The Real Movies, 719 Race St. Free. 369-69b0. Mayor's night: Talk with Mayor Rox-anne Quails, Thursdays 5-8 p.m. In Room 150, City Hall, 801 Plum St. No appointment necessary, but sign up from 4:30-7:30 p.m. "Salute to Excellence": Saturday luncheon and fashion show sponsored by the College of Mount St. Joseph will start with a silent auction at 11 a.m., lunch and program at 12:30 p.m. at the Omni Netherland Plaza. Tickets: $25. Proceeds will benefit academic programs. 244-4425. Saxophone sounds: The Bruce Me-nefield Jazz Quartet will perform at 6 p.m. Friday at the main public library, 800 Vine St. Free. Sunday songs: The Taft Museum Chamber Music Series will present the Visions Quartet at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at 316 Pike St. Free, but reservations required. 241-0343. Support group: The Findlay Street Neighborhood House holds Alcohol-Narcotics Anonymous meetings from 6-8 p.m. Tuesdays at 901 Findlay St. 632-7118. Fairfield Confidence builder Adults Beyond Co-Dependency offers a 12-step, self-esteem program from 7:30-9 p.m. Mondays at Trinity Presbyterian Church, corner of Ross and Mack roads. 852-9144. Groesbeck Western dancing: Country line dance lessons offered from 7-9 p.m. Tuesdays at the Charles Gailey VFW & Auxiliary Post, 8326 Brownsway Lane. Cost: $4. 521-7340. Indian Hill Curtain call: The Cincinnati Country Day School will perform Oklahoma! at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at 6905 Given Road. Tickets: $6 adults, $5 students. Mount Adams Coming up daisies: Krohn Conservatory's Pre-Spring Floral Show runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily through March 6. Free to city residents, $2 for non-residents. 421-4806. Mount Auburn Good health: Lilias Folan and Marilyn Harris will speak at the Women's Health Conference on March 12 at Christ Hospital s Nippert Education Center. Folan is a host of Women and Wellness on WCET-TV. Harris is an author and host of Cooking with Marilyn on WCKY-AM. Fee: $15. 369-2300. Mount Healthy Town meeting: U.S. Rep. David Mann will hold a meeting from 7-8:30 p.m. March 7 at Mount Healthy City Hall, 7700 Perry St. Queensgate Train of thought: The Cincinnati Railroad Club will discuss St. Louis railroads at 8 p.m. March 3 at the Museum Center, Union Terminal. 651-7245. Walnut Hills Antiques show: Park Eden Senior Center, 2610 Park Ave., holds an antiques show and "Taste of Park Eden" at 1:30 p.m. today. For more information, call 861-9434. Hoop shot: The Purcell Marian High School celebrity basketball tournament will run from 7-9:30 p.m. Friday at the school, 2935 Hackberry St. Tickets: $5 adults, $4 students. Proceeds will benefit Special Olympics. 2 students make finals for art show Scott Wolfram and Toby Braver, students at Elder High School, were both finalists in the Art Portfolio category of the Southern Ohio Regional Art Awards Exhibition sponsored by the Art Academy of Cincinnati. Mercy sophomore wins writing contest Krissy Reinstatler, a sophomore at Mother of Mercy High School, won first place in the Clean Cincinnati Creative Writing Contest. Her essay was titled "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle." Speech pathologist receives grant for toys Jenny Buelsing of Mount Healthy has been awarded a grant through the Learning Links Program of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation. Buelsing, a speechlanguage pathologist at Breyer School in New Burlington, submitted a proposal titled "Early Intervention Educational Toy Resource Library for Families" requesting $452 to fund the project. Her grant was one of 85 ap proved from a total of 480 propos als. Funds from the grant will pro vide toys that families can borrow and use. it Lini VOLUNTEERS Submissions: Volunteering, Enquir er EXTRA, 4820 Business Center Way, Cincinnati 45246-1318. American Cancer Society seeks-Daffodil Days representatives for spring celebration March 16-20. Call Robyn Wright, 559-1050. College Notes Robert Schnecker Jr. of Forest Park has been awarded a full tuition Presidential Scholarship from Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio. He is a freshman this year. Denise Zech of Forest Park received a master of arts degree from East Carolina University during the fall commencement. Peter Cassinelli of Forest Park and Joanna Fiedeldey re ceived a University Challenge Grant from Capital University, Columbus, Ohio. He is a senior at Princeton High School. She is a senior at St. Ursula Academy. ' ;V I' Iff' y ( ft :; , V . t y - t 6 . - - ' 1 ' S. ' " , 1 ' - . ''t X -' " i - - 1 "W Antiques show helps Colerain ABOVE: Jeff Ellis of West Harrison, Ind., looks over a lamp for sale at the Colerain Boosters Antique Show on Sunday. The show raised about $3,000, which will go to Colerain High School academic and athletic programs. RIGHT: Beverly Blum of Dent looks over items being sold by Marybelle Huninghake, seated. ' I fcp"m"k ' " i-.t, t'- liKii MBit llll mm III A at u " - - ! The Cincinnati EnquirerPatrick Reddy mwk mwuHvi'i ' m xmapw1 ii" : 11 1 11 m L ;S mm In The Service Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class John Hawkins, son of Richard and Peggy Hawkins of Colerain Township, has returned aboard the submarine USS Minneapolis-St. Faullrom the North Atlantic. The ship was awarded the Arctic Service Ribbon. He is a 1989 graduate of Northwest High School. Navy Seaman Recruit John Emody, son of John and Gail Emody of Harrison, has returned from the Western Pacific, Indian Ocean and Persian Gulf where he participated in enforcing the U.N. sanctioned "no-fly" zone over Southern Iraq. He is a 1992 graduate of William H. Harrison High School. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Dustin Denzler, son of Greg Denzler of Harrison, who participated in UNITAS training exercises with the navies of Venezuela, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil, has returned from Central and South America. Army Spec. Sheri Little, daughter of Brenda Little of Forest Park, has been decorated with the Army Achievement Medal for service or acts of courage. She is a medical specialist. REUNIONS Planning a school or military reunion? Submissions to this col umn are welcome. Please send them to Enquirer EXTRA, 4820 Business Center Way, Cincinnati 45246, or call 860-7100. Western Hills High School 1944 is planning a golden anniversary celebration. Call Pat Sanders Ruehlman, 662-4264. Fourteenth Tank Battalion, Ninth Armored Division: Aug. 31-Sept. 3 in Cincinnati. Contact Glenn Timmons, (513) 231-8453. Western Hills High School 1944 is planning a golden anniversary celebration to be held June 10-12. Call Pat Sanders Ruehlman, 662-4264. VOICES Topic: Transportation 7- 'j. 1. - is u me H obligation of the community to make sure senior citizens and disabled people have. transportation r Photos by Mary Snow The Cincinnati Enquirer '"iV-'X Kitty Riley Delhi "We have a community service on the west side which is very good. I do feel the community should help all they can to assist these people in need of transportation. " - H 4 . : Rita Miele Delhi 7 really do. We use Community Services West. ... The only problem is that a lot of people that could use this don't know about it." Mel Morris Delhi "Ifeel communities need to work with these people and provide services like this, if they don't have them already." Ml Harry-Jack Tegeler Western Hills "Ifeel the county needs to support the community that cannot provide these services and each community needs to help each other." Have a question? Is there a topic of community interest that you would like to hear your neighbors speak out on: Call 860-5180, or write Enquirer EXTRA, 4820 Business Center Way, Cincinnati, 45246. Bill Luken Delhi 7 would think so, yes. For the simple reason a lot of them cannot get out on their own to go to the store or doctor's office." - t Leah Zink Delhi "It should be a partnership. In Delhi we have the community and township working together. These types of services are needed and a godsend. " HONOR ROLL The following students were named to Seton High's honor roll. Recognized with first honors, students receiving a 93 or higher grade nnint averaae. were: seniors Michelle An- drlot, Jennifer Bockhorst, Pamela Buelter-man Anna Enginger, Christa Frame, Christine Kaufman, Carrie Keller, Marjorie Meiners and Kristie Tyson; juniors Lisa Bill, Melinda Brassie Amber Burg, Kimberly Bumside, Ra chel Busam and Stacey Keiner. Ellen Korb, Christine overberg, ineresa nnnrirh Kathrvn Streicner, tnzaDetn mei- gand and Julie Wright; sophomores Cara Caminitl, Kellie Dressman, Sarah Fischesser, Kathleen Loos, Holly Menninger, Jennifer Moorman. Kathryn Robben, Jill Schumacher, Anne Voelkerding and Jamie Witterstaetter, Freshmen Julie Brassie, Hacnei nurnsiae, Leah Busam, Elizabeth Cornett, Laura ueD-hardt, Jenny Haubner, Anne Hengstebeck, Elaine Korb, Becky Kramer, Cynthia Munch, Maura Nienaber and Sharon Oestreicher. Janice Railev. Lisa Rechtsteiner, Almee Shappelle, Jessica Sprengard, Angela Von-gries, Maria Yunker, Stephanie Zappasodi and Melissa Zimmer. Recoqnized with second honors, students receiving an 87 to 92.99 grade point average, were: seniors Jessica Adams, Maria Bonno, Holly Borgmann, Colleen Born, Susan Brassie, Amy Bushman, Heather Casey. Jamie Davis, Margaret Deak, Melanie Dorsch. Sally Gibbons, Tanya Goins, Andrea Gonnella, Jill Harmeyer, Colleen Hetz-er, Jamie Hilton, Kimberly Holthaus, Trisha Jansen, Melissa Kelley, Amy Lanham and Jamie Martin. Sara Martin, Carrie Manner, Kathryn Neumann, Mollie Oblinger, Jennifer Quimby, Laura Schlomer, Renee Schotte, Julie Schroeder, Shannon Schuster. Kelly Seitz, Tamara Shoe maker, Petti Stanforth, Melissa Tabler, Crystal Teschner and Linda Vinson. Teresa Wainscott, Cynthia Walter, Jennifer Weber, Tracy Wehner, Anna Weingartner, Suzanne Weisker, Maria Werle, Amy Westerl-Ing and Melissa Witsken; juniors Shanna Allen, Lee Bareswilt, Susan Borgmann and Beth Bushman. Chris Coffaro, Jessica DeJoseph, Shan non Desmond, Colleen Fanning, Tina Flick, Melissa Frank, Barbara Haneberg, Beth Ha-ney, Shannon Harding, Erin Hawk, Jennifer Hav. Renee Heileman, Allison Helmers, Ellen Joyce, Katie Keller, Patricia Laib, Julie Mason, Carrie McKinley, Sandra Morelra, Nicole Ney-er, Kathryn Nienaber, Catherine Niermann, Amy Peelman, Sally Raterman and Tricia Roddy. Angel Schlacter, Denise Schnieders, Amy Schuster, Kathryn Shaffer, Susan Silvia, Sarah Strahm, Stacey Sturwold, Anne Vetter, Shannon Wahoff and Christina Wittich; soph omores Elizabeth Ammann, Lizabeth Arnold, Jennifer Bill, Erlka Brewer and Nikola Bruce. Melissa Crum, Jennifer Daum, Tara Davis, Katharine Deak, Margaret Edmiston, Sharon Feichtner, Christina Feist, Elizabeth Fessel, Brook Fischer, Jeana Forbeck, Corinne Grosse, Joan Herbert and Tisia Hill. Lori Hinkle, Nicole Hofmeyer, Christina Holtz, Jennifer Jeremiah, Jodie Jostworth, Kimberly Kathman, Jennifer Kelley, Rebecca Kessler, Margaret Klopp, Jennifer Koch, Michelle LaMott and Heather Lipp. Jillian Martin, Kathryn Marx, Lisa Mertz, Pamela Moehring, Stephanie Neumann, Erin O'Brien, Kristi Piening, Lisa Richard, Cara Roberto, Jenny Rockel, Jodie Roedersheimer and Jamie Schenke. Jaime Schwab, Emily Schweiger, Lori Steinmetz, Jennifer Sullivan, Allison Tabler, Amy Thornton, Bridget Tierney, Brittany Tracy, Tiffanie Volski, Elizabeth Weber, Denise Weinheimer, Jennifer White and Sarah Yeggy; and freshmen Lisa Bode and Mary Borgmann. Jenny Brinck, Kelly Brown, Angela Calla han, Lindsey Carr, Ellen Carrol, Julie Cavan-augh, Michelle Crawford, Melissa Currence, Christina Eby and Michelle Farrell. Cassie Finch, Julie Gates, Lori Geeslin, Stacy Gibbons, Amanda Hafner, Kathy Hane berg, Emily Haney, Becky Hetzer, Monica Hildebrandt, Jenny Holmes, Virginia Kelly, Katie Kroner, Colleen McCarren, Erin McCoy, Christa Meyer and Cheryl Niermann. Katie Piening, Stephanie Pope, Karen Ra terman, Jennifer Reisert, Anna Schroth, Michelle Silvia, Bridget Sizemore, Jamie Spineili, Julie Stadtmiller, Holly Taylor, Kelly Threm, Brianne Walsh, Catherine Weinheimer, Renee Wittich, Niki Wolf, Mary Wolfer and Gina Yi. CORRECTIONS An incorrect photograph was published with a feature story on Aubrey Falk in the Feb. 17 edition of Enquirer EXTRA. iL u '"Kin JWjj ' Aubrey Falk . N HOW TO REACH US Enauirer EXTRA accent's contributions and photographs for Bulletin Board, listinas for Thinas To Do, suaaestions for Talk of the Town questions and letters to the editor. Letters to the editor must be sianed. include a davtima phone number, and should not be copies or letters sent to others. Letters are subiect to editina for brevity and good taste. Man or tax your items to: EnaUirer EXTRA 4820 Business Center Wav Cincinnati, OH 45246 EXTRA S Dhone number is 860- 7100. Fax is 860-5190. Look for news from these communities in the West edition: Addyston Anderson Ferry Bevis Bridgetown Cheviot Cleves Colerain Township College Hill Covedale Crosby Township Delhi Township Dry Ridge East Westwood Elizabethtown Green Township Groesbeck Harrison Harrison Township Hooven Lower Price Hill Mack Miami Township Miamitown Monfort Heights Mount Airy North Bend North College Hill North Fairmount Price Hill Queensgate Riverside Sayler Park South Cumminsville South Fairmount Sedamsville West End Western Hills Westwood White Oak Whitewater Township

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