Tuesday, March 16, 2004

'The King' to host fund-raiser for third-grader with cancer

News briefs

DELHI TWP. - He's a township trustee and a teacher at St. Ignatius of Loyola School in Monfort Heights, but Saturday night Mike Davis once again will be The King.

In a benefit concert that will support both the American Cancer Society and the medical bills for a local third-grader who is fighting cancer, Davis, an Elvis impersonator, will host "An Evening in Vegas" at the College of Mount St. Joseph Auditorium, 5701 Delhi Road.

The $15 tickets for the 7 p.m. show can be purchased at the door or by calling 659-1166.

Part of the ticket sales will go toward medical bills for Rachel Wink, an 8-year-old at Our Lady of Victory School who has been battling Hodgkin's disease since September.

Consumers give Warren Co. program higher rating

LEBANON - Consumer data released Monday show more people are being helped from and are satisfied with the Mental Health Recovery Services of Warren and Clinton counties' reorganized adult programs.

Warren County's Intensive Psychiatric Rehabilitation program saw the largest upswing, with 39 clients rating the program a 3.22 on a four-point scale in February. That's up from the 3.13 that 20 clients gave the program in September.

The new programs started in July 2003.

Beluga restaurant closes temporarily for renovations

HYDE PARK - A popular restaurant here along Edwards Road has temporarily shut its doors to begin renovations expected to wrap up March 23. Beluga will have a new look and menu, owner Mike Hama says. Details won't be released until the business reopens.

A party will be held in April to unveil and celebrate the new look.

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A marvel of 1930s planning, proud village renews itself
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'The King' to host fund-raiser for third-grader with cancer

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