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The Ohio Craft Museum, located on West Fifth Avenue, is currently showing
the works of master craftsmen, including those of artist John Geci.
  Boys win first four games
With a 62-52 win over Madison Plains Saturday, the GHHS boys basketball squad won its fourth straight game to open the season. Junior Micah Miller led the Bobcats with 21 points, while senior Ike Dunaway added 10. The 'Cats host London this Friday.
[See the GHHS basketball website]

Boys soccer team honored
The Village of Marble Cliff Council honored the 2014 Grandview Heights High School boys soccer team by proclaiming Monday, December 15, 2014, as "Championship Day" in Marble Cliff in honor of the team's extraordinary season.
[Read more about the proclamation]
      
Pavers to recognize Vets
The City of Grandview Heights will be installing brick pavers recognizing the men and women who have served our country in the military. The pavers will be placed near the new monument. All proceeds from the sale will be used to purchase and maintain the pavers.
[Get more info at the City's site]

    
Today's Calendar
Highlights

      
Tuesday
December 16, 2014
   
10:00am
Exhibition: Gifts of
the Craftsmen

Ohio Craft Museum

3:30pm
Teen Program:
Hobbit Release Party

GH Public Library

6:00pm
Family Math Night

LLMS Commons

6:30pm
GHHS Girls BBall
vs. West Jefferson

Bobcat Gymnasium

    



 
 
 
   
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  Acorn Bookshop

FEATURED LOCAL BUSINESS:
Acorn Bookshop

The Acorn Bookshop is a 22-year-old bricks and mortar general secondhand
and antiquarian bookstore. It has everything from inexpensive paperbacks to collectible books worth thousands of dollars. There are about 50,000 volumes in the two-floor store at 1464 West Fifth Avenue, along with a good number of used CD's and DVD's. Acorn is a great place to unwind in analog mode!

[Go to the Acorn website]
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West Jefferson Girls at GHHS Basketball
Watch Live - 12/16/14

 
 
                                                                                               
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