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Community

Registration open for girls’ basketball program

Registration is now open for girls basketball (3rd-6th grade) program. Each player will learn the fundamentals of basketball, proper sportsmanship, teamwork and most importantly have fun. Games will be played on Saturday mornings, beginning the second Saturday in November. The season will run the beginning of November to mid-December. For registration information, view www.solon-iowa.com and click on the parks and recreation tab. Parents are encouraged to register online.

Pumpkin carving/painting event to be held Oct. 27 at Randall Park

All children age 12 and younger are invited to come paint or carve a pumpkin from 1:30-3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 27, at the Randall Park shelter. Solon Parks and Recreation will supply the pumpkins for the kids. Each child will get to pick out his or her own pumpkin and must be accompanied by an adult. Paint pens and markers will be provided, however each child/parent is required to bring their own carving materials. The fee is $5 per child.

Solon Public Library

Date changed to Nov. 21 for Gingerbread Workshop

We previously published a date of Nov. 14 for the popular Gingerbread Workshop. Due to a scheduling conflict, this has been changed to Nov. 21. Registration information will be available at the library later this month.

Early out activity Oct. 17

The early out program for Thursday, Oct. 17, will be a mask craft. This will be a one hour program from 1 until 2 p.m. Parents or caregivers are responsible for getting students to the library and picking them up when the activity is over.

Spartan Fund Run Oct. 26

We would like to thank the individuals, businesses, and the Solon Community for your generosity and ongoing support of our students and schools by way of time commitment and financial contributions. We are fortunate to live in an area where like-mindedness and readiness to collaborate is so prevalent. This year, the Spartan Fund Run is set for Saturday, Oct 26, rain or shine. Please come out for some family fun and to support a worthy cause.

Online registration is available at https://secure.getmeregistered.com/SpartanFundRun

First Presbyterian Chicken Noodle Supper Oct. 19

ELY– First Presbyterian Church near Ely is hosting its 64th Chicken Noodle Soup and Kolach Supper on Saturday, Oct. 19. Serving is from 4 until 7 p.m.
This year more music will accompany this annual tasty dinner. The Iowa Accordion Club will start the entertainment at 3:45 p.m. and conclude at 5:45 p.m. A new addition to the event is bluegrass music by Riverbottom Ramblers from 6 until 7 p.m.
The menu includes hearty chicken noodle soup, rolls, relish plates, crackers and the church’s signature fresh kolaches.

Grass and weeds: How high can you get?

City wants more control over habitual offenders

By Lori Lindner
North Liberty Leader
NORTH LIBERTY–North Liberty City Council members want to keep things equal on both sides of the fence, at least when it comes to mowing.
The council considered proposed changes to the city’s weed and grass heights ordinance at its meeting last Tuesday, Oct. 8, some of which were rejected by council.
The city administration regularly fields complaints about residents who let their grass and weeds go, and city employees were seeking a way to eliminate sending perennial reminders to repeat offenders.