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Spacious Large House Renting for 2018/2019

81 S. Professor Street. Perfect Location for Students. Located right next door to the Conservatory! 7 extra large bedrooms, most with large walk in closets. Each bedroom has a full size bed with new mattress, dressers and a desk. House has a balcony and multiple entrances. Common rooms, Living rooms, dining room completely furnished. Has 2 kitchens, one on each level. Kitchens are equipped with all newer appliances, including a dishwasher in the main level kitchen. 2 large full bathrooms, 1 on each level. 1 upstairs bedroom has a private entrance to the balcony. Many updates including paint, new carpet, bathrooms & appliances. Hardwood floors in most areas. Laundry available onsite. Snow plowing & Lawn maintenance is included. This is perfect for a group of friends or individuals. Rent expense is split equally between 7 bedrooms. $378 per month plus utilities. (3,780.00 per term plus utilities) Security Deposits required. Lease is August 15th - June 15th. Additional pictures can be sent upon request. These rooms will go quickly. Call, text or email anytime to choose and secure your perfect room.

Apartment for 3 or 4 students N. Professor St. 2018-19

255 N. Professor St. Edge of North Campus, Very Close. Furnished large 4 bedroom downstairs apartment within a large house with 2 other apartments all with separate entrances. Washer and dryer, plenty of parking, no pets, security deposit, free summer storage. Cost - 4 students at $250 each per month plus gas and utilities, 3 at $300 each per month plus gas and utilities. For questions or to schedule viewing email, call or text Don Soltis 440=935-3264.

Looking for a Babysitter?

Hi, my name is Annalise Cameron and I am a Sociology major with a minor in Law & Society at Oberlin College. I am an Oberlin native and grew up attending Oberlin City Schools, so I am very familiar with the kids and environment of the town.

I am a Red Cross lifeguard with waterfront training and have First Aid/CPR/AED certifications. I have experience working with children in a variety of settings. As a Water Safety Instructor (WSI), I have worked with children ages 6 mo-14 yrs. Also, I am a camp counselor for kids ages 5-16 yrs at a stay-away summer camp. I have worked as an academic and music tutor for kids grades 3-12. Also, I have experience as a swim coach for kids ages 7-16 yrs. I am very comfortable cooking meals and snacks (even for picky eaters)!

I have a fairly open schedule and can provide my own transportation. Please contact me via text, call, or email for more information or any questions you may have!

Contact information: Cell: (440) 935-4216 Email: acamero2@oberlin.edu

Ballroom Dance Classes, Beginner Level, Available Soon

They Laughed When I Walked Onto the Dance Floor - But When I Started to Dance! ...

Hi Folks,

If you have ever wanted to try Ballroom Dance, here is your opportunity! Classes will be held at the third floor of the New Union Center for the Arts building (NUCA), 39 South Main Street in Oberlin, on Sunday afternoons from 2 until 3 o'clock. Willie Davila, who has taught ballroom classes for 42 years, is the instructor.

Classes are in an eight week block and will begin Sunday, February 4 and run through Sunday March 25. The cost is $112.00 per person, pre-paid, for the eight week session. Singles and couples are welcome. Children, fourteen and older, are welcome. Beginner level waltz, foxtrot and cha cha will be taught this session.

We need a minimum of ten students to conduct this class.

We rent the studio space from Neos Dance Theatre, please do not call them with questions about the ballroom dance offering. Please email me with any questions.

Keep dancing!

Laura Paxton Dance class organizer

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

Oberlin Weekday Community Meals provides a hot and nutritious dinner to any and all, at Christ Episcopal Church, 162 South Main Street, every Monday through Friday. Volunteers are needed to help set up, serve, and then clean up following dinner. Dinner is served from 5:00 to 5:30, but we ask that volunteers be available from roughly 4:45 until roughly 6:00. No heavy lifting is involved, and volunteers are invited to join in the meal themselves. We are hopeful for volunteers who are able to commit to a regular once-a-week schedule, but any help you can provide will be welcome. If you are interested in providing needed assistance to your community, please contact the Christ Church office at 775-2501 or communitymeals440@gmail.com