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January 18th, 2017

Solon Dance Team Spectacular 2017 Saturday, Jan. 28

SOLON– Solon Dance Team presents Spectacular 2017, an evening highlighting Solon’s dance teams, local studios and other high school teams on Saturday, Jan. 28. Attend the show, beginning at 6 p.m., in the Solon High School gymnasium. Admission is $5 or use an activity pass. Bring a non-perishable food item for the Solon Food Pantry and receive a glow stick.

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Sons of the American Legion Kettle-Fried Chicken Dinner Feb. 4

SOLON– The Solon Sons of the American Legion will hosting its annual Famous Kettle-Fried Chicken Dinner on Saturday, Feb. 4, at the Solon Legion. The menu includes all-you-can-eat delicious kettle-fried chicken, cheesy potatoes, oven-baked beans, bread, dessert and drinks. The Legion will serve from 5-7:30 p.m., with take-out available. Tickets are $10 for adults; $5 for children 6-12; and children under 6 eat free. Proceeds benefit Solon community and veteran’s projects.

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Rep. Bobby Kaufmann to host Town Hall Listening Post Jan. 21

SOLON– A Town Hall Listening Post for Rep. Bobby Kaufmann will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan 21, in the Palmer House Stable, 200 E. Main St.
Come hear an update from the capitol and ask questions on any issues you would like.

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Lady Spartan Softball homemade lasagna orders due Jan. 25

SOLON– The Lady Spartan Softball Team is holding a fundraiser just in time for the Big Game, once again selling pans of homemade take-and-bake lasagna and garlic bread to eliminate the need to cook on game day.
The 9x13 pans of lasagna, along with garlic bread, sell for $20.
Please email solonsoftball@southslope.net to place an order. Orders are due by Jan. 25 and lasagnas will be assembled on Jan. 29. The Solon Lady Spartan Softball Team appreciates the fundraising support.

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Senior Conversations to address sleeplessness Friday, Jan. 20

SOLON– Elizabeth Hickman, M.D. and Susan Lee, R.N. will join Senior Conversations, Friday, Jan. 20, at 9 a.m., at the Solon Public Library, to discuss sleeplessness. Many seniors have difficulty falling to sleep or are unable to get back to sleep after waking. Dr. Hickman will suggest ways to counter some of these issues. Attendees are encouraged to bring questions for discussion. Plan to join the discussion– no reservation is needed.

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Solon Center for the Arts wows community at open house

SOLON– The verdict is in and it’s unanimous: the Solon Community School District’s Center for the Arts is amazing.
Large numbers of community members, students and their families turned out to celebrate the official opening of the facility at an open house held on Sunday, Jan. 15. The school’s fine arts department and Solon Spotlight Music Boosters, a parent-run organization, collaborated to host the event.

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OK State downs Iowa

Hawk Talk
The No. 1-ranked Cowboys took out the third-ranked Hawkeyes last Sunday at Stillwater. The Hawks only won three matches, two with major decisions. Three losses by one point– that’s not Iowa wrestling. Top-ranked Cory Clark (133 pounds) lost 6-5 after trailing 5-0 and tying it up. He lost by one more second of riding time by Cowboy Kaid Brock, who was ranked fifth. I’d like to see a rematch in the NCAA tournament. Brandon Sorensen (149) lost 4-3 in overtime and Sam Stoll (285) lost 5-4 as he got taken down in the closing seconds. “This sport is wild,” said head coach Tom Brands.

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Iowa stuns Purdue

Hawk Talk

There is nothing like waking up the day after the Hawkeyes knock off a top-20 team.
Last Friday, I woke up knowing Iowa took down the Purdue Boilermakers, 83-78, at Carver-Hawkeye Arena on Thursday night.
This is the same Boilermaker team that thrashed the Hawks, 89-67, on Dec. 28.
In the first game, Purdue scored first, never trailed and outscored Iowa 40-38 in the paint. The Hawks were 13-13 from the free throw line.

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Oh, Canada

Walkin'

From the icy climes of the oil pipeline protest camp of Standing Rock, North Dakota, this week’s column finds us in sunny and hot Playacar, Mexico, or as I refer to it, the land of the endless buffet.
An alert reader may ask, how can you, as an environmental activist, travel so far for pleasure? Aren’t you worried about the ozone? The polar bears? Florida? Life as we know it?

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The winter hump

Food For Thought

Right around Christmas time, when days are beginning to get longer and the advent of spring is within sight, my spirits, while they don’t exactly soar, do show a few weak flutters of future flight and I begin to believe I may actually live to see the buds and birds of March and April. I don’t know why it is so, but as I get older, winters are longer and harsher than they once were.

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