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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - February 8, 1980, Cincinnati, OhioKunk0l apothecary Clermont county Board of realtors presents a the top 25 club Quot of 1979 notebook will meet at 7 45 . At the Knox Church in Hyde Park. Guest speaker is Sam Frowine professor of child development at the University of Cincinnati for More information Call. 474-2091, league of women voters great decision discussion series will be held at 10 , at the lev office at 103 we. H. Taft re the topic is a the Mideast and the Gulf . Policy in Call the lev office at 281-8683 for information. Friday feb. 8 Cincinnati nature Center will have a program about Coral reefs conducted by or David Meyer of the u c. Geology department. The lecture is free and open to the Public at 7 30 . Call 831-1711 for information saturday feb. 9 East Fork 76ersthe cd club will hold a Valentines dance from 9 . To 1 . At the vow Hall in Alton. Tickets Are $1.2 per couple including free set . Door prizes will be awarded. Call 734-4400 or 734-6352 for More information. Links and Lake a breakfast dance will be held at the Imperial House North from 9 . To 1 . Breakfast will be served after the dance. Entertainment is by the Wedgewood sextet links and Lake a breakfast dance will be held beginning at 9 . The. Wedgewood. Sextet will provide entertainment. Breakfast will be served immediately following the dance held at the Imperial House North hotel. Call 231-5505 for details. Softball sign the Goshen Junior sports and recreation association will conduct three sign on consecutive saturdays at John Heisler Park from 9a.m. To 4 p., l. Sunday feb. 10 Pancake Brea k f a St me n i c Holas High school Pat will hold a breakfast from 9 . To 1 30 . In the school cafeteria. Price is $2.50 for adults $1.50 for children and $12 for a family. Monday feb. 11 Ohio University alumni a luncheon meeting will be held at noon at the Cincinnati club. Reservations can. Be made by calling chapter president Dan Nash at 762-4415. Tops take off pounds sensibly will hold a membership drive at the club Quot House on Independence drive behind Bob Evans restaurant on Beechmont Avenue. Meetings Are held every monday at 7 . For More information Call 561-9682 or 231-0623. Greater Newtown civic league meets for its regular february meeting at 8 ., at Mound View Park. Alden Monroe of the Cincinnati historical society will present a slide program showing How to research your Community. The meeting will also accept nominations for officers for the coming year and plan coming events. Clermont mental retardation Board Wili meet at 7 . At 160 e. Main st., Batavia. Call 732-7220 for information. Anderson Hills Junior women s club will feature first Aid procedures in its february program. The meeting is feb. 11 at 7 30 . At the first National Bank building. 7350 Beechmont ave Call 474-0447 or 232-4420 for More information. Eastern Hills mothers of twins the club tuesday feb. 12 income tax assistance by the it. Washington Junior women a club for Low income elderly or handicapped residents by the Irso Vita program. Transportation to the Vita location will be provided by the juniors by calling 232-1244,. Aglow fellow ship will meet at 7 . At the Imperial House Mark restaurant at i-75 and Glendale Milford re. Dinner is $6.50 and. Information and reservations can be. Obtained by calling 874-3110. Cincinnati technical College information sessions will be held through thursday in science health and. Business technologies. Morning sessions run from 8 30 . To 1 . And evening sessions from 7 . To 9 . Call 559-1.520, ext. 224 for information. Home economist in homemaking the Cincinnati chapter will present a program entitled. A a nurturing a Beautiful Lawn and Garden at 7 45 . At the Home of june love 8478 owl Wood Lane Kenwood. Call 931-2156 or 821-0562 for information. Anderson township women s Republican club the featured speaker is the social director of the it. Washington care Center for the 11 30 luncheon meeting at the hitching Post restaurant. Following the luncheon program a Short business meeting will be conducted by the newly installed officers. The meeting will also include a Valentine Exchange. Call 231-6090 or 231-7311 for information. New Richmond Extension homemakers club will meet at 1 . With Mary Reid serving As hostess. New members Are invited and can obtain information from the county sex tens i on off ice at 732-7195. A wednesday feb. 13 Burney Meadows Garden club pictures erf mrs. Louis Graf is trip to new Guinea will be featured at the noon meeting at the first National Bank building on Beechmont Avenue. Union township kiwanis will meet at Royal Oak country club at 7 . For details Call president Paul Evans 528-2500. A know How night the West Clermont career Center invites parents and Community members to a special open House at 7 . The purpose of the open House is to recognize National vocational education week. Call 752-8520. A pet care workshop instruction on. Care grooming disease and nutrition of pets will be discussed at the Cincinnati nature centers Long Branch. Farm near Goshen at 7 30 . Fee is $10 and $8 for nature Center members. Call 831-1711 for details. Critical care nurses the greater Cincinnati chapter of the american association of critical care nurses will meet at Shuller a wigwam restaurant. Dinner will be served at 6 30 ., followed by a Short business meeting. Call 471-7016 for information. Thursday feb. 14 Union township Republican women a club Wili meet at the Union township Hall at 8 . Featured speaker is Clermont county commissioner Robert Croswell. Friday feb. 15 a the status of Black women in contemporary society a lecture will be continued to Page a-14 Lydia c. Natlin Duffy gallery of Homes Freva Brooks Cline rest Lon Larry Riwe fir checkmate realtors Michael Gorman Hague realtors Judi Peterson Hague realtors Cass Oft Century 21 Foremost realty Shirlee Wafford fireside realtors Marcia courts Ferguson realtors Joyce Helms heritage House real estate Karen Ramundo heritage House real estate Joan Allen Sibcy realtors Donna Boeres Parchman a Oyler realtors Faye bar Beau Sibcy realtors Parchman a Oyler realtors Lary Lou Witsken Sibcy realtors Carol King Sibcy realtors equal hqusm6 of Poitou in realtor Sherwood Pat to hold panel discussion Sherwood Pat will principal of Turpin sponsor a panel Middle school and discussion con Helen Buswinka Kerning educational District coordinator programs for gifted for gifted children in the Forest educational Hills school District. Programs. The Moderator will following the panel be Robert c. 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