Tuesday, July 27, 2004

Poll transportation available in Fairfield


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The Enquirer

FAIRFIELD - Universal Transportation Service will provide free transportation for residents who need a ride to and from the polls for the special election on Aug. 3. Call 829-1287 by Friday to make arrangements.

Parking restricted near Loveland trail

LOVELAND - Parking will be restricted Mondays through Aug. 23 near the bike trail as expansion of the city lot off West Loveland Avenue in the historic district begins.

Construction will affect parking for Paxton's Grill, The Works pizza parlor, city hall and the bike trail.

Updates, including schedule changes, for construction will be posted on the city's Web site at www.lovelandoh.com, or call Assistant City Manager Tom Carroll at 683-0150, ext. 0150.

Beekeeper wanted in Clermont County

BATAVIA - If you have a thing for the sting, Clermont County has a job for you.

The county is looking for a honeybee enthusiast to fill the job of part-time deputy apiarist, or beekeeper.

The deputy apiarist inspects registered honeybee colonies, diagnoses diseases and pests and recommends appropriate controls to the beekeeper.

If interested, submit a letter to the Board of Clermont County Commissioners, 101 E. Main St., Batavia, OH 45103. Call Gael Fawley at 732-7998 with any questions.

Auditions held for 'Pinocchio'

MASON - The Children's Theater of Mason will hold auditions for the Oct. 8-10 production of Pinocchio on Aug. 1-2, at the Mason Municipal Building, 6000 Mason-Montgomery Road.

Auditions are open to actors 11 and older. They will take place 1-3:30 p.m. Aug. 1 and 6:30-8 p.m. Aug. 2. Performers should bring a photo of themselves and be prepared to do a monologue and tell a joke.

Applications for production crew will also be accepted.

Any actor unavailable to audition may submit a VHS tape or DVD - labeled with the actor's name, age and "Pinocchio audition," a recent photo and audition form to Robin Wilcox, 4693 White Blossom, Mason, OH 45040.

Audition forms are available at www.childrenstheatreofmason.com. Information: 398-0452.




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EDUCATION
Still ahead of the class
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NEIGHBORS
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Poll transportation available in Fairfield

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