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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, October 16, 1985, Image 14

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Book Review Series Looks At Best Sellers Watercolors Displayed h\ Cazenovta S o o O Onondaga County Clerk Elaine Lytel, a DeWitt resident, will review \The Passion of Molly T.\ by Lawrence Sanders at 12:15 pm October 23 as part of the Onondaga County Centra) Library's \Books Sandwiched-In\ book review series. One of two books on current best sellers lists, \The Passion of Molly Tis the tale of a group of women battling inequities in America's political structure. A former county legislator. Mrs. Lytel is active in a number of organizations including the National Organization for Women, the Onondaga County Women's Political Caucus and the League of Women Voters. She was a Post-Standard Woman of Achievement in Poli­ tics in 1982. The fre«, weekly \Books Sandwiched-In\ runs from 12:15 to 12:50 p.m. in the Gates Room of the Central Library. 335 Montgomery Street. Bag lunches are welcome; coffee and tea are available 3 o ui }£*Glcn Loch Mill Um .wfc Nra tu»fc ft Announces 4\' Sunday BRUNCH Served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct 18-19'thc Glen l/ich Ihnner Theater proudly present* The Talent Company in Neif Simon n \California Suite ' For information and reservations, call 469-6969. Lunch Afon. thru Fri. 11:30 to 2 Dinner Mon. thru Sat. 5-10; Sun indoor and outdoor banquets for up t o 500 Cate»*sg m your hi MIX- or oH* e Cafl Tim lisrr. 4696W) The Cazenovta Watercolor Society will hold a member's exhibition at Cazenovta Col­ lege's Gertrude Thomas Chap­ man Art Center Gallery from Sunday. October 20 to November 1 The gallery is open to the public, and admission is free The show will feature paint­ ings that demonstrate th&diver- sity and talent of the group's 50 members. Artists will submit their work Saturday. October 19, and will hold an opening re­ ception from 3 to 5 p m Sunday. October 20 Formed in 1980. the society is interested in developing mem­ bers' watercolor techniques and in fostering art appreciation The group holds monthly meet­ ings with demonstrations and critiques by professional artists. Richard English is president of the group Gallery hours are 1 to 4 p m and 7 to 9 p m weekdays. 10 am. to 7 pm Saturdays and 1 p m to 5 p m Sundays Fall Fashions Fall and holiday fashions will be featured at the annual card party and fashion show of the Christian Brothers Academy Mothers' Club This year's show will be held starting at 7:30 p.m. October 22 at tha school, which is located on fiaadall Rd. DeWitt. Shown will pa fashions from Mitxis Place and shoes from Heavenly Soles. Tickets for the October 22 event will be available at the door For more information, call 446-5960 CERONE TV & SATELLITE pres e r The World Series Sale What A Deal! You're The Winner! 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