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Bexley Public Library notes

Coming programs and events at the Bexley Public Library, 2411 E. Main St., are listed below.

Child care, camp program available

Bexley Recreation and Parks Department offers before and after school child care for Maryland, Cassingham, and Montrose students starting in the 2016-17 school year.

Bexley High School honor roll

Farming their wares

School board working to put levy on ballot in November

The Bexley Board of Education was scheduled to vote at its July 18 meeting on a second resolution to place a 1.38-mill permanent-improvements levy on the November ballot.
Maccabi Games

International event for teens set to begin

Hundreds of student athletes from 19 countries and across the United States are expected to journey to Bexley this month for the 2016 Maccabi Games.
Alumni tennis tournament

Players sought for inaugural event

Plans are underway for the inaugural Bexley High School Alumni Tennis Tournament.
Drexel renovations complete

Movies set to roll again

The Drexel Theatre, 2254 E. Main St. has completed its $1.5 million final phase of renovation and will reopen to the public Friday, July 15.


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Library notes

Upcoming programs and events at the Bexley Public Library, 2411 E. Main St., are listed below.

University to offer hybrid program

Capital University will soon offer a new nursing program, the Capital University Nursing Accelerated Program-Hybrid, designed for working adults seeking a career change.

College notes

* Ilan Levine of the Bexley area received a bachelor's degree in history summa cum laude from Union College at its 222nd commencement ceremony.
Official job change

Chodosh hands reins to Fishel

When Bexley City Council reconvenes from summer recess on Aug. 9, a familiar face will be missing: Lou Chodosh, longtime city attorney.
Police beat

Bexley: Safe taken from home

Bexley police said a resident in the 600 block of Vernon Road reported someone stole a fire-resistant safe that was in a first-floor office between July 4 and July 5.
Bexley Public Library

Summer isn't about lazy days for staffers

This summer is a busy one at the Bexley Public Library, 2411 E. Main St.

Runner believes quest serves higher purpose

Less than one month after his daughter, Lila, died in 2001 from the inherited genetic disease Tay-Sachs, Kevin Levine reluctantly agreed to meet his friend for a run.

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