November 19, 2008
This group of Bay School District students seems to have its
work choreographed while taking part in the annual Rake Out
last Friday. Inset: Rachel Hamilton puts the best face on the
work. More than 100 homes had their leaves raked in the service
project. (West Life photos by Larry Bennet)
Park tree lighting takes place Saturday
will hold its fifth annual tree lighting ceremony Saturday (Nov.
22). The ceremony will begin at 6:30 p.m., with the tree lighting
scheduled to take place about 7. The event will include live performances
by the Paul Stranahan Trio, Kris Comer and the Bay Village Choraleers.
The Westlake Town Criers will announce Mr. And Mrs. Westlake for
2009. Santa Claus is also expected to attend.
For more information: www.crockerpark.com
Gemini locker room thief caught
FAIRVIEW PARK Police believe they have caught
the individual responsible for a series of thefts from a locker room
at the cityís new $19-million recreation center. The 15-year-old teen
has been banned from the Gemini Center indefinitely.
first black TV reporter joins Press Club Hall of Fame
Pete Cary, who reported for Channel 8 in the late
1960s through the 80s, was one of four journalists inducted Thursday
evening into the Press Club of Clevelandís Journalism Hall of Fame
at a dinner at LaCentre Conference and Banquet Center.
Chuck a Clevelander with tales to tell
WESTSHORE Longtime Channel 8
director and movie host Chuck Schodowski tells of his career in the television business
in a new book published by Gray & Company. He has three booksignings
in the Westshore in the next three weeks.
baseball on the rise out west in Avon
new state-of-the-art stadium, which will host Avonís entry in baseball's
Frontier League, has begun to rise up from the construction site just
west of the I-90/Rt. 611 interchange. Sports reporter Jim Horvath
has a preview of the minor league franchise, which begins play in
smooth jazz queen in tune for holiday concert
Seventeen-year-old Bay saxophone player Elizabeth
Mis is not only feeling like a professional musician but
also looking very much like one. Her new CD, recorded in Los Angeles
with Grammy-winning producer Paul Brown, includes nine original compositions.