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Cuyahoga Falls & Silver Lake Bulletin Board (Sept. 25, 2016)

Published: September 25, 2016 12:00 AM

Northampton

Historical

Society hosts

Sept. 26 meeting

The Northampton Historical Society's September meeting will be Sept. 26 at a special location and time. It will be at Keyser Barn at 851 West Bath Road, in Keyser Park. The barn door will open at 4 p.m. for social time and a tour of the barn. The program will start at 6 p.m. Refreshments will be provided. The meeting/program will end at 7 p.m.; the park closes at dusk. The public is invited. Ted Dudre will present the story of General Alvin C. Voris, the highest ranking officer to come out of Summit County during the Civil War.

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The Keyser Park entrance is on Keyser Parkway off West Road; the barn parking lot is on top of a small hill on left side of main parking. For more information, contact David Brown at 234-542-3982.

Tools & Techniques plans Oct. 4 meeting at library

Tools & Techniques for Investors, a subgroup of the Cleveland AAII Chapter, will meet Oct. 4 at the Cuyahoga Falls Library, 2015 Third St. The meeting is open to the public.°No membership is required.°Meetings will be 7 to 9 p.m. the first Tuesday of each month.°Parking is free.

The topic of the Oct. 4 meeting will be "Cycles:°why they exist, what they look like, why we should care" by Lou Floyd, a member of AAII Cleveland Chapter.

The presentation utilizes technical analysis to explore typical cycles that we routinely encounter such as business, economic, credit, inventory, stock market, and political cycles.°Each has its own characteristic (and variable) period, and can add together to create both unexpected and occasionally spectacular results.

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E-mail Akron AAII Sub-Chapter at°aaii-neo@googlegroups.com°for information or questions.

Knights of

Columbus host

Soccer Shootout 2016

Knights of Columbus will host Soccer Shootout 2016 Sept. 27 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Riverwood Chapel, 1407 Fairchild Ave. in Kent. Registration is at 5:30 p.m.

The event is sponsored by Cuyahoga Falls Council #2362 serving St. Joe and St. Eugene's parishes and Father Maruskin Council #10936 serving Holy Family/Stow, St. Mary/Hudson and Mother of Sorrows/Peninsula parishes.

Boys and girls from age 9 to 14 can come and show off their skills at that most important shot, the penalty kick. Fifteen penalty kicks are taken into goals which are roped off into different scoring zones; corners score higher. Council winners will move on to the Cleveland regional competition in late October. The event is free.

Call Joe Petrone (330-686-1873) or Pat Rynd (330-328-7104) for information and registration forms. Parent or guardian permission is required.

Amateur Radio

License class is

Oct. 2

The Cuyahoga Falls Amateur Radio Club announces it is offering an entry level (Technician) Ham Radio license class at the Summit County Public Library, downtown Akron branch, starting Oct. 2.

These classes will take place each Sunday in October from 1:15 to 4:45 p.m. and will terminate on Nov. 6 with a review and Technician license test. Students who pass will earn an FCC Amateur Radio Technician class license. There is a course fee, which cover the cost of a copy of the Gordon West Technician license manual, the VE test fee, handouts, and light refreshments. If you have the manual, the fee lower. For more information on specific fees and the class, check out: http://www.cfarc.org/class_2016_10.pdf, or e-mail education@cfarc.org.

Singer to perform for Haven of Rest Women's Auxiliary Oct. 4

Judy Brown, professional singer, former actress, and television host will be presenting, "Music for the Young at Heart" at Haven of Rest's October Auxiliary program on Oct. 4. She has had diverse entertainment training and has worked on stage, in films, and in TV commercials, and was featured this year in the Akron Beacon Journal.

Judy attended the Cleveland Institute of Music as a voice major and eventually set her sights on Hollywood. After her two children were born, she decided to move back to her hometown to raise her children and care for her parents. In 2014, she decided to go back to her roots of singing and started her "Music for the Young at Heart" business. She enjoys entertaining at retirement homes, for senior groups and at fundraisers, and is looking forward to singing some nostalgic, well-loved tunes for the October Auxiliary program.

To enjoy some bargain shopping, come early. Arrive at 10 a.m. the day of auxiliary, stay for a noon luncheon, and attend the program at 1 p.m. All activities take place at Haven of Rest's main building at 175 E. Market St., in downtown Akron. This event is free with all proceeds from the shopping going to support Haven of Rest Ministries. No membership is needed, and all are welcome.

For more information, call Rose Rose at 330-535-1563 or email rrose@havenofrest.org.


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