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March 27, 2009 ORRVIEWS Page 3 What's In 00urrrllle 3130 - April Fools' Dinner @ Heartland Point, 6 p.m. 4/1 - Athletic Booster Meeting @ OHS, 7:30 p.m. 4/2 - OHS Talent Show @ OHS, 7 p.m. 4/2 - Tops 1982 meeting @ Trinity UMC, 6:30 p.m. 4/3 - OrrViews deadline @ 5 p.m. 4/4 - Bunny Trail @ OMS, 11a.m. - 2 p.m. 4/3 & 4/4- "A Cricket on Grandma's Hearth"@ North School, 7 p.m. 4/6 - 4-10 - Spring Recess for Orrville City Schools 4/7 - Heritage Albums @ Heartland Point, 6 p.m. 4/8 - Sweet Stuff & Hearth and Home classes @ Heartland Point, 6 p.m. 4/9 - Children's Spring Thing@ Heartland Point, 10.a.m. 4/9 - Tops 1982 meeting @ Trinity UMC, 6:30 p.m. 4/10 - OrrViews delivered to stands To include your happenings please email Orrviews@ zoominternet.net or call 330-684-1115. For school related information go to www.orrville.k12. oh.us UW brings Imagination Library to local children Submitted by The Orrville Area United Way Educators have emphasized the fact that reading with your preschool child is the single most important activity to pre- pare a child for school. Dolly Parton created her Imagination Library to guarantee access to books and to inspire parents to read to their children as much as possible. Your Orrville Area United Way promotes school reidiness and lifespan educa- tion. Bloomin Orrville! The Imagination Library is open to all children under the age of five who live in Orrville, u.1=00W00y II00imll Dalton, and Marshallville, zip codes 44667, 44618 and 44645. It will provide each child with one hardcover book per month by mail until his or her fifth birthday. And it's absolutely free to the child and parents. To learn more or register your child online, visit the website: www. imaginationlibrary.com The Dolly Parton Founda- tion provides the books and John Morris is all smiles as he positions 1 of 2250 petunia plants into a hanging basket destined for downtown Orrville. All while the Steiner family (background) busy themselves with the remaining 2249. They were just some of the volunteers that gathered at Buchwalter Greenhouse on March 12th to fill the baskets that are part of Main Street Orrville's Bloomin' Orrville! program. The colorful flowers will make their way onto downtown's decorative light poles near the end of May. Submitted by Dardn Wasniewski, Executive Director, Main Street Orrville Crosby performs at OrrVilla Rather than hinder, blindness gave her an ear for rhyme and an opportunity for education. She believed that God had ordained her blindness for His glory. By the time of her death in 1915, she had writ- ten more than 8,000 hymns many of which are still sung today. Raylene's 30 minute pre- sentation was fol.lowed by a question and answer time about Farmy and herself. Her program fees vary depending upon travel distance from her home in Jeromesville. She can be reached at 1-419-651- 9864 or raylene98b@aol. com. the United Way, with a grant from the Orrville Rotary Club,. pays the postage, about $30 per child per year. Anyone can help sponsor the program. Register online (via the web- site above), or complete the reg- istration form in the brochure and mail or drop off your reg- istration at the United Way of- rice, located inside the Orrville YMCA. Brochures will be available in several sites and through the United Way office: 330-683-8181 or email to helen. meyers@unitedway.org. us her life story. Raylene has a beautiful voice and when she spoke about the circumstances un- der which Fanny wrote a hymn, she sang it. Raylene sang some of Fanny's less familiar hymns and some very familiar ones including "Blessed Assurance" and "To God be the Glory." Included in the presenta- tion are messages of forgive- ness, humility, salvation, ser- vice and God's sovereignty. In the history of church music, Fanny Crosby stands out as the queen of gospel hymns. Born in 1820, she be- came blind at six weeks old. Submitted by MARY HULL NAUMOFF Fanny Crosby, the blind writer of 8,000 hymns, gave a wonderful program at Or- rVilla's March 3rd, carry-in. Well, wCll admit Raylene Hlavaty impersonated Fanny, but she was so good as she spoke in first person, that we felt she was Fanny. Dressed in a Civil War era dress, which Raylene made herself, wearing dark glasses and keeping her eyes closed so she could better under- stand Fanny's blindness, Raylene was Fanny and told Thank you, Hallie Submitted by The Orrville Historical Society Hallie Runion has been the interim Executive Director for the Smith Orr Homestead for the past 3 months. This experience has been part of her academic requirements for course Studies at the University of Cincinnati. Hallie is the daughter of Jack & Linda Runion of.Orrville. She was instrumental in de- veloping a new brochure to showcase the Homestead as well as hosting several events, such as the Mother Daughter Tea, and the Valentine's Day Dinner just to name a couple. Hallie was also able to attract the services of her sister Jackie and friends from the high school who all pitched in to strip wall paper, and wash walls in prepa- ration for finishing an upstairs room in the house. A new Logo for the OrrviUe Hist6rical Soci- ety is being developed and will be released at a future date. Work is in progress for pa- pering & painting of a large room on the 2nd floor of the house. The goal is to create a "Bride's Room" for the wed- dings that have been booked for this late Spring & Summer. Jamie Pittman, an Orrville His- torical Society Board member, has been heading up this project and has actively been working with these young people. Jamie further commented that the second floor bathroom has been re-plumbed and is ready for tile. The Historical Society hosted a Pizza Party at Orrville's Pizza Hut on Thursday, March 19. John Smucker, President of the society, thanked Hallie for shar- ing her talent and energy with us over the past few months. He also thanked the group of young people that devoted their free time and hard work to the projects in the Homestead. Best of Luck Hallie !