Thursday, October 26, 2000
In the Schools
Kings Spanish Club holds clothing drive
For the 11th straight year, Kings High School's Spanish Club will be holding a clothing drive. This year, clothes will be collected Nov. 7-17.
Donations will be given to the Cincinnati Emergency Food Shelter. There are more than 100 students in the Spanish Club, said Rhonda Allen-Harman, adviser.
Past recipients of the clothing drive have been Goodwill, the Salvation Army and victims of Hurricane Mitch in Honduras.
To donate, drop off any clothing item that is in good shape at any of the six schools in the Kings Local School District. For additional information, contact spokeswoman Linda Oda at 398-8050, Ext. 10150.
Evening with band
The Little Miami High School Panther Band will hold its final appearance of the year on Saturday . Included will be the show, dinner and an auction with dinner being served at 5 p.m. followed by the auction.
The Varsity Show begins at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Adult dinner is $5.
Also, Little Miami High School staff invites all parents to attend Parent-Teacher Conferences on Nov. 2 beginning at 4:30 p.m. and ending at 8 p.m. Schedule an appointment with the high school office by calling 899-3781.
The Mason Soccer Boosters will meet on Monday in the Media Center at Mason High School. The meeting, which is open to the public, starts at 7 p.m.
For more information contact Bill Gregory at 459-8401.
The Mason High School marching band recently qualified for the finals in the Bands of America Competition Oct. 14 in Morgantown, W.Va. The regional competition featured 32 bands from seven states. The Mason Marching Band's performance of Stormworks placed it seventh overall in the preliminary competition and ninth in the finals.
The band will participate in the Bands of America Grand National Championship in Nov. 9 in Indianapolis. The Mason band will compete among 90 bands from as far as 300 miles away.
Please e-mail school notes to Jennifer Mrozowski, email@example.com, fax: 860-5190; or call 860-7104.
Fate of school levy a matter of geography
Batsakes caps deal for space downtown
Get ready to wait for PlayStation2
Teacher may be on 'Survivor 2'
PULFER: Jerry Schmitz
School mourns boy killed by train
Drug sales by juveniles increasing?
Family center honors Berry
Glitch found in new DUI law
Anti-abortion group encourages votes for Lucas
Audit of stadium overruns to cost taxpayers $627K
CFC execs invest in court race
Christian school stresses Bible, enrichment
City looks to sell Blue Ash Airport
Coal sludge damage said to rival Alaska's Valdez oil spill
Dispatch center nearly complete, official says
Ex-Chiquita lawyer seeks Enquirer papers
Jail controversy affects Elsmere race
Lakota may cut staff if levy fails
Molester sentenced, thanks apprehenders
Montgomery boards need volunteers
N.Ky. man honored for photo of snake
New levy likely in Fairfield
Outside agency to probe police actions
Oxford manager well known
Police seek robber after bank holdup
Porn seller hustles to open store
Racist graffiti targeted by stadium workman
Sidewalks due after 14-year wait
SAMPLES: 'Sweetheart': sweet, or tart?
Warren Co. jail adding 14 beds
Halloween: Trick or Treat hours
In the Schools
Kentucky News Briefs
Tristate A.M. Report