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Weaver jumps off the diving board. (West Life photos by Kevin
Center pool opens to members
FAIRVIEW PARK About 350 persons used the pool on Thursday, its first
day of operation, recreation department officials said. The
competition pool is completely ready for the fall high school
season, when it will be used by the Fairview High School swim
teams for practices and competitions.
may host other state, regional events
VILLAGE Gov. Ted Strickland toured the Lake Erie Nature &
Science Center to highlight the stateís support for smaller and mid-sized
facilities. The center was one of several Westshore area programs
to receive funding in the Capital Improvements Bill
riders ask for alternatives to cuts in bus service
boss Joseph A. Calabrese described his public transit agency as having
limited choices as it faces rising diesel fuel costs and decreased
state funding. But bus riders who face the prospect
of their service being cut show little sympathy and asked that almost
anything be considered in order to maintain service.
interior design work at competitive prices
a new look for your bedroom? Bathroom? Living room? Regardless of
the space, with Teriís Bedding and Draperies, your home is in good
will work on any room in a given house, be it a living room, family
room or bathroom.
golf simulator unique to Westshore area
Park's new rec center now features a video golf center for when days
are too rainy to hit the fareways. When a ball is hit, lasers located
on both sides of the screen track where the ball would travel on a
real course, calculating distance and sending the virtual ball in
whatever direction it was hit.
is much to be learned from a garden walk
recent Westlake Gracious Gardens Tour not only experienced good
weather, but was an interesting experience for members of
the Westlake Garden Club, which served as hostesses at the various
locations along the route. West Life gardening columnist Thea Steinmetz
recounts the experience of the participants.