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Eastern Hills Journal Press (Newspaper) - May 13, 1987, Cincinnati, OhioV. A House helps school stay afloat by Bonnie Winters staff reporter to anyone driving by it looks like a cozy Well kept Buck Home in East Walnut Hills. To those associated with st. Ursula Academy and Convent a the House is a successful Enterprise which helps the st. Ursula education fund. Ruth Mcgrory Hyde Park resident and alumni of st. Ursula manages the resale shop and coordinates 40 volunteers who collect sort and sell a gently used items for reasonable prices. A most of the items we receive Are donated by alums parents of the students in school now or graduates of the school a said Mcgrory. A this has been such a Nice Endeavor because we kids fest returning on May 30 have such a Large Joyal group which supports the the House has also been a profitable Endeavor. Mcgrory said first Quarter figures showed the House had raised 45,000 for the st. Ursula education fund a fund which is used for scholarships at st. Ursula Academy and st. Ursula Vila. In it. Lookout. The education fund also benefits the nuns who want to continue their educations. A we were Able to use the Money to Send Cynthia Heinrich a nun working at the Alice Paul House battered women a shelter to go Back to school and study for her masters degree in social work a said Mcgrory. A a it a fulfilling to know the Money a being used for projects like Mcgrory who has a degree in advertising design from the University of Cincinnati has applied her work experience in fabric shops to the houses operation. The Racks of Good Quality women a children a and menus clothing is surrounded by tempting items such As paperback books jewelry records and glassware items True shoppers love to browse through. Mcgrory said people occasionally donate things such As Art prints or other unusual wares. Located at 2402 Upland place behind st. Ursula Academy on East Mcmillan the House is open thursday Friday and saturday from 10 . To 4 . Mcgrory said the House can use donations of Good Quality clothing especially children a apparel jewelry and Small household items. Those interested in further information May Call 96m410. Bonnie Winters press is Aff volunteers come from All Over town to work at the House st. Ursula Academy a resale shop. They Are left to right Beth Ball Montgomery manager Ruth Mcgrory Hyde Park Faye Conway it. Washington Jane Kenniston Hyde Park and Mary Fuhr Greenhills. By Bonnie Winters staff reporter no kidding its the Only festival designed just for children and what a festival one of the Cincinnati recreation commissions major special events kids fest �?~87, now in its ninth year is a Celebration of Safe family fun. A this is one of the few events really planned for children. Most other events Are for adults and the children get dragged along a said Lynn Stroud Hyde Park resident and coordinator of kids fest. Stroud said More than 60 continuous events and activities Are planned for the May 30 Celebration. This years kids fest is focusing on Cincinnati a River heritage with two new events on the Ohio River a improvisational theatre games for parents and children on the showboat Majestic and kids cruises on the Jubilee riverboats. New this year the Marionette a a Start theatre from new York will feature marionettes of such stars As. Dolly Parton and Michael Jackson. Also neg Are photon. Ronald Mcdonald and his big red shoe review magic show filipino Folk dances and the citizens against substance abuse Casa magic House. Kids fest begins at 11 . At Yeatman a Cove and serpentine Wall and lasts until 5 . For More information Call the kids fest hotline at 352-3734. Is Oakley women plan March Theresa l of Chron press staff hear be hear be decked out in his tri pointed hat Long tailed red coat with brass buttons and buckets and brass Bell Ralph Smith Marks the opening of the Mariemont town meeting May 3. He has been town crier for 25 years. Drug problem list Enlo parents recognize some drug or the Only thing worse than having a drug or alcohol problem is having a child with alcohol pro Idem. And the Only thing worse than that is not knowing about it listening to this tape can make a Quot when your kids on the True Story of one family s experience with their 16 year s drug and alcohol problem. And listening to it Wilt help concerned of the warning signs of adolescent substance abuse. The tape will also help them differentiate Between Quot not Irma teenage behaviour and problem behaviour. And it will demonstrate How proper counselling and treatment can Rescue an adolescent and his family from the problems associated with drug and alcohol abuse for information tin How you can receive this free tape simply Contact the adolescent Carel nit. There s no obligation. Except the one you have to your child. Adolescent go reunite nobody carps the Way we do. I a a 513 481-8822 care unit Hospital of Cincinnati three Oakley women Are serving on the coordinating committee for the March for women a lives sponsored by the Cincinnati chapter of the National organization for women saturday May 16. They Are Kathy Helmbock 4021 Paxton ave., chapter Media representative Janice Jackson 3710 Hyde Park ave. Chapter Secretary and Diane Coil 2911 Robertson ave., employment committee chair. Marchers will assemble at 10 . At the Hamilton county courthouse and step off at 11 . The March will conclude with a rally at Fountain Square. Speakers will include Sheri of Dell vice president action National organization for women Washington . Bill Baird Long time birth control and abortion rights activist Sallie Bingham director of the Kentucky foundation for women Louisville. Kilgour school preparing for annual fund raising carnival this saturday is the big Day for the Kilgour carnival. The event will be held May 16, from 11 . To 5 ., rain or Shine at the school 1339 Herschel ave. Children and adults can enjoy More than 20 game Booths As Well As the popular Ball crawl Moonwalk and jail. New Booths for the younger set include treasure Chest Dinosaur toss Volunteer fireman and the Bank vault. Adults can visit the Flea Market bid and buy auction and the Plant Booth. The Flea Market opens at 8 ., offering numerous treasures at bargain prices. Bidding at the bid and buy auction begins at 11 . Items this year include memberships to area Yucas season tickets to the Cincinnati opera and dream weekends to Plush hotels. 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