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Friday, October 4, 1991
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6 EXTRACentral THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Friday, October 4, 1991 AfPTPl Lj D schools; Luncho FALL VARIETIES FRESH FROM OUR ORCHARD Apple Cider No Preservatives Added s Mt. Healthy program to offer adult classes Free literacy courses to run through May ROUSTER'S Apple House MARKET HOURS: Tuesday Sunday 10-6 CLOSED MONDAY ,625-5504 Milford US 50 Exit off 1-275, Turn left, Turn right onto SR 1 31 , 1 986 SR 1 31 (6 miles east of Milford) CiwewwH v4t v v. your CHRISTMAS CLUB FREE GIFTS FOR $5, $10, & $20 CLUBS 1 WEEKLY NEXT TBARS DEPOSIT CHECK TO YOO $5 CLUB $250 , $10 CLUB $500 $20 CLUB $1,000 ma HOLIDAY TURKEY Intermediate computers: 7-9 p.m. Mondays beginning Oct. 21 at the high school; eight weeks; $40. Writing for fun and profit: 7-9 p.m. Tuesdays beginning Oct. 22 at North Junior High; eight weeks; $30. Volleyball: 7:30-9:30 p.m. Tuesdays beginning Oct. 22 at South Junior High; 10 weeks; $30. Quilting: 7-9 p.m. Tuesdays beginning Oct. 22 at the high school; eight weeks; $15 plus supplies. Flower arranging: 7-9 p.m. Tuesdays beginning Oct. 22 at the high school; five weeks; $15 plus supplies. Photography: 7-9 p.m. Wednesdays beginning Oct. 23 at the high school; six weeks; $30 plus supplies. Basketball: 7:30-9:30 p.m. Thursdays beginning Oct. 24 at North Junior High School; 10 weeks; $30. readers and published by Scholastic Inc. The council is seeking corporate sponsorship to offset instructional costs. A $1,000 grant from Procter & Gamble Co. is being used for equipment and supplies, Griffing said. All classes adult literacy and community education are open to residents of the district and neighboring communities. Registration forms are available at the school board office, or by calling 522-2798 or 851-1298. Payment must accompany registration and can be mailed to 7916 Harrison Ave., Mount Healthy 45231. Checks should be made out to the Mount Healthy Coordinating Council. Classes offered are: CPR: 6:30-9:30 p.m. Oct. 21-22 only; meets at the high school; $18. Beginning computers: 7-9 p.m. Mondays beginning Oct. 21 at the' high school; eight weeks; $40. BY SUE KIESEWETTER Enquirer Contributor The Mount Healthy Coordinating Council is sponsoring several adult education classes beginning the week of Oct. 21. Meanwhile, an adult literacy program at North Junior High School offers free classes and will continue through May. In the literacy class, students progress at their own speed using a computer-based program called PALS Principles of the Alphabet Literary System. The program teaches reading and writing skills through sound-symbol relationships, such as the "a" sound in apple. It is the same program used to strengthen skills in the remedial junior high classes, said Ruth Griffing, a member of the coordinating council. Classes meet from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. New this year is a weekly publication geared to beginning adult FOR COMPLETING $20 CLUB , js3!&SlliBBis3i 4-if Here are elementary school lunch menus for the week of Oct. 7. Some menus were not available by EXTRA'S deadline. Milk is available with all meals. CINCINNATI Monday: chicken nuggets, macaroni and cheese, seasoned carrots, orange juice. Tuesday: spaghetti, garlic bread, applesauce. Wednesday: turkey ham sandwich, potato wedge, cherry dessert. Thursday: taco or soft taco, peas, pineapple. Friday: pork steak sandwich or peanut butter and jelly sandwich, sweet potatoes, grape juice. FAIRFIELD Monday: sandwiches or minisub, choice of vegetable, fruit or salad. Tuesday: hot turkey sandwich, mashed potatoes, choice of fruit. Wednesday: rotini with meat sauce, garlic toast, tossed salad with French dressing, choice of fruit. Thursday: hot dog, vegetables, choice of fruit. Friday: no school. LAKOTA Monday: cheese or pepperoni pizza, green beans, raisindatenut cup, orange wedge. Tuesday: blueberry pancake with sausage, banana, hash brown potatoes. Wednesday: taco edibowl, corn, grapes. Thursday: cheeseburger, french fries, mixed vegetables, cherry gelatin. Friday: chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes with gravy, tossed salad, wheat roll, fruit cup. NORWOOD Monday: chef salad or four-way chili, peas, applesauce. Tuesday: chef salad or soft taco, green beans, pears. Wednesday: chef salad or pepperoni pizza, mixed vegetables, peaches. Thursday: chef salad or corn dog, french fries, banana half, cookie. Friday: chef salad or pizzaburger, corn, fruit, pretzel rod. PRINCETON Monday: hot dog or coney, french fries, pears. Tuesday: ham slice, cheese slice, soft pretzel, celery with peanut butter, fruit. Wednesday: soft taco, pineapple tidbits, chocolate chip cookie. Thursday: grilled cheese sandwich, tomato soup, mixed fruit. Friday: pizza, corn, applesauce. ST. BERNARD-ELMWOOD PLACE Monday: hot ham sandwich, baked beans, fruit cobbler. Tuesday: chili, peanut butter sandwich, fruit. Wednesday: pizza, salad, fruit. Thursday: hamburger, french fries, fresh fruit. Friday: turkey noodle casserole, peas, bread, pudding with fruit. Are you tired of the '59 vacuum cleaners That don't get the dirt out 1 And don't hold up? Panasonic YMCA to provide child care in Lakota elementary schools Features Sate Guard System Triple Filter System Automatic Carpet Height Adjustment 4 Brush Beater Bar Edge Cleaning Steel Handle Belt Protection System VACUUMS RATED 1 4 1 SAVE 101 REG. '249 High Performance Motor Quick Connect for . Attachments fip! TRADI-IN OFFER Bring in your worn out Hoover or Eureka and receive '10-50 trade-in. Also receive 1 set of Panasonic attachments (24.95 value) FREE with the purchase of any new Panasonic Vacuum. Offer good thru October 5. BY SUE KIESEWETTER Enquirer Contributor Before- and after-school child care will begin in late January at two Lakota Local School District elementary buildings. Under an agreement with the West Chester Family YMCA, pilot programs will begin after the first semester at Woodland and Hopewell elementary schools. Child-care programs will begin at two more buildings every September and January thereafter until all elementary schools have a program, said Kathy Klink, assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction. "The two buildings we chose to pilot the program at were those with the greatest need," Klink said after reviewing survey results on the matter from all seven elementary buildings. Klink said the district has working out details of the program. They will look at setting hours, fees, planned activities and the application process. Also to be discussed is how to choose participants if more than 36 want to attend. "We're looking at opening about two hours before school starts and (staying open) three hours after school," Klink said. "Parents would be responsible for bringing their children to school in the morning and for picking them up." The program would include group activities, outdoor games, crafts and quiet time for homework. The program is designed to serve pupils in kindergarten through grade 6. "We want to provide an avenue for the kids who need to let off steam to do it," Klink said. "But we also want to include quiet times for those who need that." been studying the issue of before- and after-school child care for more than a year. Initially there will be spots for 36 children at each building, with two staff members assigned to each building. YMCA's role Under the agreement, the YMCA will be the fiscal agent for the self-supporting program and will hire and train teachers, supply materials and collect fees, Klink said. The schools will provide the space for the program and storage of equipment. In late August, the YMCA applied for the necessary license from the Ohio Department of Human Services, said John Schaller, YMCA executive director. The process takes three to four months. Klink said she will meet with Schaller and principals at the two elementary schools during the next several weeks to begin FREE ASSEMBLE WE TAKE TRADE-INS! IN-STORE SERVICE TECHNICIAN KNOWLEDGEABLE SALES PEOPLEI WE BEAT ALL COMPETITIVE AOS KRAMER'S SEW & VAC 9873 Montgomery Rd. 891-5005 1605 W. Galbraith Rd. 521-3100 Rowe makes the best $599 sofas we've ever seen. FALL SALE! OVER 300 SPECIALS - 15 TO 25 DISCOUNT 3 Milford schools to sponsor artists-in-residence programs We know you'll like these stylish Rowe sofas too. All are generously proportioned and are added with layers of Dacron for comfortable seating. Specially priced for a limited time only! ffSTS !s65 jJjgg was $1025 Now 1075 Was $1235 4 colore 4 Generation Ownership J JOHN DEARBORN j 297 496 Student Association) cultural arts chairwoman for Milford Main Middle School. "It doesn't matter what size school you are or where you are. If you present a good plan, they'll take it." Sharon Shaver, an author and illustrator, will teach Milford South pupils creative writing through storytelling, discussions and one-on-one instruction. Milford Main Middle School will kick off this year's artist-in-resi-dence program Oct. 21 when the Mad River Theater Works, a nationally known theater company specializing in original historic dramas, arrives at Milford Main for a two-week residency. BY CINDY SCHROEDER The Cincinnati Enquirer Three Milford schools will sponsor Clermont County's only artists-in-residence this school year, thanks to $7,450 in grants from the Ohio Arts Council. Projects include a two-week theater-company residency at Milford Main Middle School and a four-week creative-writing residency at Milford South Elementary School this fall. Early next year, there will be a six-week music residency at Milford Junior High. "We've had good experiences with the arts council," said Lois Kinsey, the PTSA (Parent Teacher DOUBLE MARKER Single Markers Start at -235 1 YEAR PRE-NEED FREE INTEREST PLAN ffifcKRP BEECO MONUMENTS Amelia .575-01 26 READING 8630 Reading Rd 948-8543 753-5777. BrOVhiir Free Delivery 1MS9IRB Your Choice $599 Loveseat $549 A. Beautifully tailored 89" sofa with oversized roll arms and upholstered bun feet Contrasting accent pillows Included. JSA" IjJjM U O YSSV'sKSiK B. Soft arm shape complements high back pillows, design tailored for style nd comfort. Set the theme with your choice from hundreds of fabrics. C. A deeply channeled back accents this sinking 89" sofa. 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