December 21, 2005
and dance for the holidays
Fairview Funsters, a senior citizen entertainment troupe,
returned to the Fairview Senior Center Dec. 13 for a program
entitled “Christmas in Song.” Left: Margaret Sadler sings
Christmas carols. Below: Joan Turner and Lisle Moorhead share
the holiday spirit with a dance. (Photos by Larry Bennet)
to leave Porter Library in February
Director to lead
12-branch system in Colorado
Paula Miller, who has led Westlake Porter Public Library to receive
national awards during her 13-year tenure as director, is leaving
to become executive director of Pikes Peak Library District in Colorado.
extends Bradley Bay deadline
BAY VILLAGE On Dec. 12, council unanimously
approved a 60-day extension sought by the planning commission for
further consideration of the expansion project sought by Bradley
Bay owner John O’Neill Jr.
pays off for Fairview High violinist
FAIRVIEW PARK Senior Jessica Waddell will
take the stage of New York's famed Carnegie Hall next month as a
member of the National Festival Orchestra.
to discuss another levy with focus groups
NORTH OLMSTED District leaders plan to seek
feedback from the community on its expectations of the schools.
wins Rocket Invitational
for fifth straight year
three wins in the tournament raised Bay's record to 5-5.
Rockets were able to wear down the three teams this weekend thanks
to their depth.
'Beauty and Beast' brings
faithful Disney classic to life
it opened on Broadway almost a decade ago, "Beauty and the Beast"
brought the spirit of Disney to the Great White Way. Beck
Center's production, under the direction of Fred Sternfeld, is faithful
to the material in spirit and execution, theater critic Art Thomas