Saturday, November 6, 2004

Bloomfield kids will meet 'Booger' author



TRENTON - A Bloomfield Elementary School aide will participate in "Booger Day" today at the Green Township branch of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, 6525 Bridgetown Road.

Anita Melvin will discuss her recently published book, What to do With Boogers, at 11 a.m. Following the discussion she will sign copies of the book.

There also will be games and each participant will receive a Booger bookmark, tissues and anti-bacterial hand wash.

For information, call (513) 369-6095.

Choir to sing patriotic songs on Veterans' Day

DEERFIELD TWP. -The Kings Junior High School Choir will host a Veterans' Day concert 7 p.m. Thursday at the high school auditorium, 5500 Columbia Road.

Under the direction of director Roxanne Engle, the choir will perform patriotic songs, some accompanied by members of the junior high percussion ensemble. Special recognition will be given to veterans in attendance.

For information, contact director Roxanne Engle at (513) 398-8050, ext. 12013, or e-mail rengle@kingslocal.k12.oh.us.

Welding class offered in Warren County

LEBANON - Welding I will be offered from Nov. 17 through Feb. 9, through the Warren County Career Center's Adult and Community Education program.

Classes meet from 5:30-9:30 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays at the school, 3525 Ohio 48. Cost is $535 tuition plus $200 for lab fees and $84 for textbooks.

To register, call (513) 932-8145, ext. 5272.

Skyline Chili to donate proceeds to PTO

HAMILTON TWP. - The South Lebanon PTO will benefit from families eating at Skyline Chili on Monday.

Every month the chili parlor at 6016 Ohio 48 will donate 10 percent of their proceeds to the PTO group on the second and fourth Mondays, from 5 to 9 p.m.

Last year the PTO received about $600 from the effort.

After-prom committee to meet Monday

FAIRFIELD - There will be an after-prom committee meeting at 7 p.m. Monday in the staff dining room at Fairfield Senior High School, 8800 Holden Blvd.

Parents are needed to plan for activities following the May 21 prom.

For more information, call (513) 942-2999.

E-mail items to suek@infionline.net or fax to 755-4150.




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