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Xenia Gazette News Current (Newspaper) - January 27, 2010, Xenia, Ohio Today forecast ga7fttf vat Jim a i i my news Curren Cloudy High of 30� weather 10awednesday january 27, 2010 vol 3 no ll9 75 cents single copy $2.20/wk. Home delivered Xenia a Beavercreek Jamestown a Cedarville a yellow Springs a Spring Valley a Bellbrook a Wilberforce be or v a j f t n a Quot in picture local focus a basketball Bellbrook puts winning Streak on the line against Waynesville. Pqg0 j a a clothing important but the medical supplies and meds and baby formula and food is our top priority at this Point. A Para Cramer Volunteer at Jamestown Church of Christ Church Volunteer Cramer counts items that were collected on the first Day for earthquake victims. All non perishable food items baby Cereal powdered infant formula shoes and medical supplies will be accepted a drop off area is located at the Church located at 152 w. Washington St. From to . To noon and 6 to 8 . Charles Caperton Greene county dailies Jamestown Church to give supplies to Aid Haiti Relief by Aaron Larson stat writer Larson us Jamestown a the Jamestown Church of Christ is collecting donations of much needed supplies to help the haitians who still need Aid following their recent earthquake. Parked outside of the James Tow n Church is a 53 Semi trailer and the Church s goal is to till it with supplies to he eventually delivered to Haiti. Pain Cramer a Volunteer at the Church said that the supplies were being gathered to go to lifeline Christian Mission an organization that the Jamestown Church of Christ has been affiliated w till for 20 years. Cramer said that the supplies that they were looking for included foods like Peanut butter and canned beets baby Cereal powdered baby formula prenatal vitamins new or slightly used shoes and clothing medical supplies like Gauze surgical gloves suture materials rubbing alcohol Over the counter Medicine and linens like twin sized sheets and towels. Clothing must be skirts tops. Or dresses for women although men Are allowed to Wear jeans shorts and shirts. The trailer will remain at the Church until feb. 15, but the Church plans to make weekly runs of vital supplies to the lifeline Headquarters in Lima each week. A clothing s important but the medical supplies and meds and baby formula and food is our top priority at this Point a said Cramer. Due to logistical obstacles these supplies will be transported with missionaries from see Jamestown Page 3a a a noteworthy Kristofer i. Schulte air Forte Reserve airman 1st floss Kristofer e. Schulte graduated from Bosk military training at Lackland air Force base san Antonio Texas. The airman completed an intensive eight week program that included training in military discipline and studies air Force Core values physical fitness and Basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who Complete Basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the air Force. Schulte is the son of Anna Schulte of Rumford Way Beavercreek. To suggest a noteworthy candidate email done to miss these stories. A Community acc he receives donation. The Greene county combined health District received an $800 donation for the flu immunization program from the Greene county medical society on thursday Jan. 19, 2010. Page 4a a a a opinion bad news for dems. In Only a week the already difficult political situation facing democrats ahead of this fall s midterm elections grew even More troubling. And the bloodletting May not be Over. Page 5a it a a business Edward Jones. We can t always escape the sad events in our lives a but we still need to carry on Page 9a it a sports Beavercreek beats Fairborn. Any time Fairborn wanted to go on a run the beavers were there to Stop it forcing the sky Hawks out of sync and rolling to a 74 65 Victory on tuesday night in a rivalry showdown at Beavercreek High school. Page in it a deaths a Kenneth Roy Wisecup 47, Xenia a Martin Luther Ball 69, Xenia a Mary e. Mckenney 94, Jamestown Page 6a it 50 years ago in Greene count Jan. 27, 1960 a Xenia school bus was involved in a minor Accident the Xenia Highway patrol Post reported the Accident happened on . 42, 3.6 Miles Northeast of Xenia. Online j a what do you want Obama to say during the 2010 state of Union address t vote in our online poll. Index business.9 a classifieds.7a-9a county Region state 2a lifestyle.4b lottery.6a opinion.�?z.5a record.6a sports.1b-3b nation/world.i0a weather.10acu to Host evangelical Celebration Cedarville a calling All pastors and Lay leaders for a time of renewal and refreshment. Plan now to attend this year s evangelism Celebration entitled Quot contending for the Faith preaching the gospel that saves Quot at Cedarville University feb. 22 and 23. Co sponsored by the state convention of baptists in Ohio this event features speakers Ernest Easley Robert Lew is John Hays Jay Leader James Merritt Vance Pitman Mike Landry Ken wiper and Danny Akin. In addition National Christian recording artist Steve Green will serve As conference worship Leader and Cedars ii in University ensembles will also provide special music. Quot with its solid biblical teaching meaningful worship and Fellowship w Ith colleagues Quot says Amanda see Celebration Page 3a a a Drew filing for the Greene county doilies orphans at his Home for children taken before the earthquake. Thousands of children like these have been left without food running water a roof Over their head and in some cases not even a Blanket to sleep under since Jan. rebuild haitian orphanage by Shayla Henderson contributing writer shaylah412 Ltd Cedarville a the Rex. Drew Ellig of Cedarville United presbyterian Church is reaching out for local help to rebuild an orphanage in Haiti after the Jan. 12 earthquake. The earthquake that left the haitian Community severally damaged also w ipod out an orphanage that filing and his wife hold dear to then hearts his Home tor children. Filing adopted two haitian children Jimy 7, and Eden 5, from the orphanage Back in 2008. Elling said that w Ith the Aid of other churches he has raised Over $2,500 and although it May seem like a great Deal of Money repairs to the orphanage Are costly. His Home for children did what they could to support orphans hut the recent earthquake has left children from various orphanages without shelter and in dire need of Aid. Conditions before tile earthquake were hardly pleasant before being adopted by the Ellings Jimy was the see orphanage Page 3a it a coining tomorrow a Gery Deer Quot it would be refreshing however if Hollywood s philanthropy weren t cloaked in so much a on the opinion Page govt a state of state Aims High with Little funding Columbus Ohio apr gov. Ted Strickland gushed affection and respect for his ailing state Iii tuesdays state of the state speech pledging to Quot move heaven and Earth to create jobs Quot with a modest Battery of new state initiatives that Cost Little Money. Acknowledging that Quot yes we have been knocked Down a Strickland said Quot the state of the state is unyielding amid the economic downturn that has led to a 10.9 percent unemployment rate and shown Little sign of recovery. Quot Ohio will Rise again Quot he vowed before the packed House chamber. A because there in t a single thing wrong w Ith Ohio that can t he fixed by w hat s right with new spending programs Are typically a hallmark of a governors annual address to lawmakers. The Hest Strickland could do was a $40 million investment in Green Energy technologies funded largely with Federal dollars. Strickland also called for creating a business lending Gateway to link businesses seeking working capital see state Page 3a a a look who a hiring. A Anthro tech team members. See and Page 7a a a Why pay Mort save More ban s80 a year and enjoy the convenience of Home delivery., Coll 372 4444, ext. 144 a big thank you to i to

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