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There will be a meeting of the Avon Historical Society at the Old Town Hall of 1871, corner of Detroit Rd. and Stoney Ridge Rd., at 7 pm, on Monday, April 5, 2004, to discuss the Lorain County Preservation Network. Marilyn Fedelchak Harley, Coordinator, will explain what it is, where it has been, and what it hopes to accomplish.
Marilyn will describe how the Ohio Historic Preservation Office of The Ohio Historical Society could make Avon a Certified Local Government (CLG). Among other things, she will talk about the Heritage Home Loan Program. Marilyn has a lot of information on the "carrots" that can be offered to the owners of landmarks to encourage preservation. Tax credits are available by donating to 501(c)3 organizations and through other programs. For more information, call 934-6106.
Women's club monthly meeting: All interested women are invited to attend the next Avon Junior Women's Club monthly meeting March 15 at 7 p.m. at the newly renovated Avon Community Center, 2155 Eaton Drive. The group will be discussing their upcoming spring fund-raiser, April's Ace in the Hole. The club has just received $1,000 from National City Bank in support of this fund-raiser. All proceeds will benefit Junior Achievement of Lorain County, Community Resource Services and the Avon Junior Women's Club Scholarship Fund. For ticket information, call Christine Socha at 937-5085 or Tracy Patton at 937-1025.
Avon Public Library events:
Families with 3-year-olds and up are invited to Family Night, a free program featuring a spring theme with a story, craft and refreshments Thursday at 7 p.m. Pre-registration is required by calling the Library at 934-4743.
The Afternoon Adult Book Discussion Group will meet March 23 at 2:30 p.m. The group will discuss ''The Footprints of God.'' Copies of the book are available at the library. New members are welcome.
Place your bets!: The Avon Athletic Boosters Club is sponsoring ''A Night at the Races,'' April 17 at Tom's Country Place. Proceeds benefit Avon athletes in grades seven to 12. A buffet dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. Beer and wash provided. You're invited to bring any spirits and snacks. Races begin at 8 p.m. Corporate tables cost $160 and includes eight tickets (one table), advertisement in the program, free sponsorship of a horse (which you need to name), and recognition throughout the evening. Also offered is the Eagle Sponsorship, which costs $550 and includes all of the above, plus a horse in the final race. This sponsorship is limited to the first three sponsors on a first-come, first-paid basis. For more information and to receive a form to complete, call Sandy at 934-6760 or Debbie at 934-1330.
What's cooking at Avon schools March 8 to 15:
Today: Soft taco, cheesy bean dip, tortilla chips, pineapple bites, milk
Tuesday: Chicken patty sandwich, tater tots, pears, milk
Wednesday: Pepperoni pizza, carrot sticks, diced pears, milk
Thursday: Mini pancakes, sausage link, orange juice, hash brown, milk
Friday: Popcorn shrimp, fries, applesauce, cake, milk
Monday: Hot dog, fries, orange smiles, milk
Today: Choice of fiestada, Italian hoagie, home cooking bar, chicken nuggets, garden or cobb salad, steamed vegetables
Tuesday: Choice of meat lover's pizza, roast beef and provolone, pasta bar, breadsticks with cheese, garden or caesar salad, garlic breadstick
Wednesday: Choice of pepperoni calzone, egg salad sandwich, breakfast for lunch, egg and cheese sandwich, garden salad, veggie plate, hash browns, orange juice
Thursday: Choice of Mexi-pizza, club wrap, Mexican bar, chicken cordon bleu, garden or taco salad, Mexi-corn
Friday: Choice of three-cheese pizza, chicken salad pita, toasted cheese sandwich, garden or fruit salad, seasoned green beans
Monday: Stuffed crust pepperoni pizza, turkey club on wheat, baked potato bar, hot roast beef, chicken tenders, garden or chicken caesar salad, buttered corn, steamed broccoli
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