Articles by Suzanne Szempruch :: Page 5

  • Over 40 kids at tball

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    With over 40 kids at tball on Friday, Jimmy Chesire did his best to split the kids onto 2 ball diamonds. It didn’t really work, most kids preferred Jimmy’s diamond, but everyone still had fun!

  • BLOG – Heat Relief

    last Friday after having been closed for a week due to the overapplication of an herbicide on the pool lawn. Village Council had the lawn cordoned off, and will decide at its July 1 meeting when to remove the fence. Shown above are swimmers enjoying the water last Sunday afternoon. (Photo by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Today’s blog showcases the Gaunt Park pool on Sunday after it re-opened.

  • Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

    Eco•Mental's recycle station in their downtown shop at 257 Xenia Ave.

    Eco•Mental is encouraging villagers to bring all unwanted electronics the first Saturday of each month for recycling.

  • Teens gather to make art with henna

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    A workshop on natural henna art for ages 12-18 will be held today, Monday, June 10 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.

  • BLOG – Wood Art

    Maxine Jones posed with her wood carving in her garden on Livermore Street. It was given to her over 25 years ago and she's always liked it because it reminds her of herself and her son. (photos by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Today’s blog showcases some of the wood art found on porches and in gardens.

  • Congrats Class of 2013!

    It was a hot one in the high school gym last night while friends and family packed in to watch the YSHS class of 2013 graduate.

    Congratulations Yellow Springs High School class of 2013!

  • First Baptist Church, 150 year in YS

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    The First Baptist Church celebrated their 150th anniversary this past weekend.

  • BLOG – Barr Burn

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    Today’s blog showcases the MTFR squad and the Barr House demolition on Sunday, May 19.

  • BLOG – Garden Time!

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    The nooks and crannies throughout the Village that often get overlooked. Today’s blog is showcasing a few pictures from last weekend at Antioch’s Farm and from the community garden at Bill Duncan Park last summer.

  • A Proper English Tea

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    Sunday, April 28th’s Proper English Tea Senior Center fundrasier was a “thank you” from those who watched Downton Abbey this year on the Senior Center’s big screen TV. Those who attended the tea, both young and old, enjoyed fancy hats, antique tea pots, delicious finger foods donated by villagers, beautiful linens and of course, the […]