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Articles From August 30th, 2019
Years from now, as they look back on the event, residents and visitors to Yellow Springs might not remember the exact date or year, but they’ll remember the time. 3:07 p.m. At least, that’s when the official kissing began.
The Emporium was lit up on Saturday night with the music and enthusiasm of over 100 congregants and supporters of the Yellow Springs First Presbyterian Church, who were partying at a fund-raising benefit.
At their Dec. 1 meeting, members of Village Council debated the possible outcomes of inviting economist Michael Shuman to the village for a workshop, and how to ensure that the event produces specific actions to strengthen the local economy.
It may not be self-evident that the jewelry store known as Rita Caz is selling canes, umbrellas, a collapsible telescope with 40x magnification, and eight-pound copper rings used as West African currency at the turn of the century.
The Yellow Springs High School, McKinney School and Mills Lawn basketball programs are posting information regarding each team, game schedules, directions and scores on their Web site http://www.bulldogbasketball.net.
It was an understated first week of basketball for Yellow Springs High School, evidenced by the Bulldogs 60–53 loss to Emmanuel Christian in their first game of the regular season.
The community is invited to attend a celebration of the life of Dorothy J. Clark, who passed away Oct. 23. The event will occur Sunday, Dec. 14, 3–5 p.m., in the Westminster Hall of the First Presbyterian Church. Guests are invited to share anecdotes and other memories in her honor.
Frances L. Shaw of Yellow Springs died Saturday, Dec. 6, in the Friends Care Center. She was 83. She was born in Xenia on Jan. 5, 1925, the daughter of Luther Smith and Anna Beatrice (Stivers) Hill.