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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, September 17, 1986, Image 14

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John and Dorothy Jamelski of Fayettevllle, left, talked informally with Dr. Douglas Lipp, right, after he pre­ sented a program on resolving family conflict at Pebble Hill Presbyterian Church in DeWjtt. Joining them was Maureen Price, center, who held Owen Lipp, infant son ef the speaker. Dr. Lipp, a clinical psychologist specializing in children, adolescents, and families, was featured speaker at a family dinner which launched a series of programs on peacemaking at Pebble Hilt Church. ATTENTION Manlius residents, now is the time to investigate a career with Syracuse's most progressive real estate company. Our new Manlius office is opening soon, and we're looking for highly motivated, career oriented people to grow with us. We provide the most comprehensive training available, backed by a solid and innovative marketing program, all designed to help YOG be the best you can be. Let's discuss your future in confidence. Call Mr. Sokoloski at 445-1300. \The First Name in Real Estate\ |WUUamAlan| Real Estate, inc. East Office 445-1300 ; *z *r- 4*4r Year End Clearance £ Sale On Riding & Walk-Behind | Mowers ieO Nothing Runs J^. ,<ZZ^,J Like a Deere 8 \All Machines ± have a two 2e year warranty\ ^ Vstyoa %. 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Christian education at the The~Sunday church schools: Evangelical Lutheran Church of program at Good Shepheid£$ the Good Shepherd, Highbridge ^ opened with Rally Da£ activities\ Rd., Fayetteville. *J^J&ptember 14;.TW8£8yCaleV Mrs. Taylor assumes respon- dar includes the popular sibility for Sunday church school Thanksgiving Feast, a Christ- programs for participants ages three through f 2th grade. Addi­ tionally she will organize \Len­ ten Living Room Dialogues\ and adult Bible studies. Mrs. Taylor holds degrees from Michigan State University and the Graduate School of Management at the University of Rochester. Prior to moving to the Syracuse area earlier this year, she taught Sunday school at St. Paul's Evangelical Luthe­ ran Church in Pittsford. Mrs. Taylor resides with her hus­ band, Martin, and children, mas pageant and community service projects as well as weekly classes. Senior high stu­ dents will take part in a series of discussions of careers. The adult Sunday class began September 14 with a talk on church and society presented by De.'mar Palm, who teaches sociology at SUNY-Cortland. The program on September 21 will be a follow-up discussion of the talk. Persons interested in enrol­ ling children in the church school program may do so at 9:30 Fall Activities Planned The East Syracuse Parks and Recreation Dept. has planned a variety of activities for the fall. A co-ed volleyball league, with games being held Tuesday evenings at the Heman Street Elementary School, is set to begin September 30. Roster forms are available at the parks department office and returning team rosters must be submitted by 4 p.m. Friday, Sep­ tember 19. All other rosters must be submitted by Wednes­ day, September 24. There will also be a men's basketball league, beginning October 3, with games being played Friday evenings at a lo­ cation to be announced. Pre-kindergarten dance clas­ ses for three and four year olds will begin September 18 and run through December 11. The Tiny Toes ballet class will be held from 9:30 to 10 a.m. Thursdays and the Tenny Tap­ pers classes will be held from 10 Youth Program Awana is beginning Sep­ tember 18 at Community Co­ venant Church, 107 Pleasant St., Manlius. Awana is a non- denominational youth program led by Phil Meloon of Eastern Hills Bible Church and is open to young people of all faiths from kindergarten through eighth grade. There are games, Bible study with an emphasis on memoriz­ ing verses, and a council time featuring special speakers each Thursday night from 6:30 to 8:15 p.m. For further information, call Phil Meloon at 656-3255. to 10:30 a.m. Thursdays. Both classes will meet on the third floor of the village fire barn, 204 North Center St. On October 1, a checkers club will begin meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesdays in the fire barn. Also, an adult learn-to-swim Lynne Taylor a.m. Sundays or by calling the church, 637-9290. class will meet from 8 to 9 p.m. Mondays, beginning October 13 at Hanlon Pool. To register for these programs and for more information, call the recreation office at 463- 6714. CADD Founder To Speak The Rev. Frank Pizzarelli will open the East Syracuse-Minoa parent series for 1986-87 7:30 p.m. Thursday, October 2 at Pine Grove Junior High School. The topic will be \It Won't Happen to Us...What Parents Need to Know About Drugs.\ The event is free and sponsored by Chemical People, the local PTOs and the school district. Rev. Pizzarelli is executive di­ rector of Hope House Ministries and teaches part time at St. Joseph's College in the English department. He is founder of CADD (Community Against Drunk Driving), an advisory board member of MADD (Mothers Against Driving Drunk), and HUGS (Human Understanding and Growth Seminars). He is also the trea­ surer of the board of directors of The Way Back r Inc. a transi­ tional community for the men­ tally ill. Renew Groups At St. Matthew's Saint Matthew's Catholic Church, East Syracuse, begins the fifth season of Renew during the week of October 12. The theme of this six-week period will be evangelization, which means sharing good news with other people. Small groups of eight to 10 people meet weekly for six weeks to listen to God's word, share their stories of faith and help*' each other 4 live a fuller Christian life. The groups are scheduled at the convenience of participants. It is not necessary to have been part of Renew in the past to join a small group this fall. Renew sign up will be at all Masses September 20 and 21 or call the Rev. Kevin Bunger, 437-8138, or Jim Urtz, 463- 0092. Scripture Study At St. Ann's St. Ann's parish in Manlius will begin a 10-week study of St. Paul's letter to the Romans at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, September aptain Route 13-Syivan Beach-Oneida Lake Reservations Accepted-762-9949 Introducing SEAFOOD-N-PASTA Homemade Linguini Marinara with your choice of: •SHRIMP SCAMPI •FRESH CLAMS •ITALIAN FEAST-Lobster fra Diavola Ftpsh Clams, Shrimp & Scallops topped with a Lobster Tail-Exquisitel EVERY DAY CHAMPAGNE & LOBSTER *10.95 Champagne 1 /3 lb. Australian Lobster Tell Garden Salad-Garlic Bread-Vegetable-Potato Early Bird Specials 'Served Every Day Till 6 PM\ FOR THE PRIME RIB LOVER V /2 lbs. PRIME RIBS^IO 95 2 1 / 2 lbs. PRIME RIBS-$14 95 \The Ultimate\ Includes: garlic salad, garlic bread, vegetable and potato over over FALL HOURS: Serving dairy from 4 PM-Sun. from 12 Noon CLOSED TUBS , ft Mtod. OPEN TTU. NOV. 1*1 18. The scripture study program will be held in Lynch Hall, in the basement of the sanctuary. John Murray, director of adult forma­ tion, will be guest speaker at the first meeting and will present an introduction into the life of St. Paul. There will be different guest speakers each week. Group leaders who will assist Mr. Murray are: Julie Albanese, Josephine Bowen, Rita Hanover, Paul and Maureen Gualtieri, Rose Mary Pitman and Paul Wilchek. The ecumenical study course is open to the public. Good News Evangelization is the theme of the fifth and final session of Renew, which will run from Oc­ tober 12 through November 16. St. Ann's, Manlius, urges all its parishioners to choose the time and date most convenient for meeting with their neighbors to share in Good News. Prior participation in Renew is not required, and all are in­ vited. Sign-up Sunday is Sep­ tember 12. For Can At Noma Cat! Horns Aldtt Of Central New York 476489$ A Koi-for-ftroftl Community

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