Ever’man Cooperative Grocery & Café’s Educational Center, 327 W Garden St., will host a cooking class for the traditional Filipino and Indonesian dish, lumpia, on Saturday Sept. 23 from 2 to 4 p.m. According to Robert Thead, community outreach for Ever’man, this free class was inspired with the interest of teaching people how to make a dish at home that otherwise seems difficult. Lumpia consists of a lightly fried delicate wrapper filled with meat and vegetables.
Loveland fell to Miamisburg last Friday 6-41. Loveland football sits last in the ECC with 0-3 overall. However, the conference season has not yet started. Next week, the team will play Withrow away at 7:00 PM on Friday, the 15th. Loveland students will be able to purchase spirit bus tickets to and from Withrow for $5. Pre-sale tickets are $4 for students, $6 for adults and $8 at the gate. Loveland women’s volleyball still holds first in the ECC with 4-0 in conference and 8-0 overall.
Loveland, OH – Loveland varsity fall sports are now in full swing, with Loveland leading the Eastern Cincinnati Conference (ECC) in women’s volleyball, women’s soccer and men’s golf. Loveland trails in varsity football, tied for last with Turpin in the ECC. Loveland fell to Lebanon 14-21 at their charity game on Friday, September 1st. Loveland plays next at Miamisburg at 7:00 PM on Friday the 8th. Women’s volleyball leads the pack in the ECC.
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