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Stories from Saturday, December 7, 2002

Youngster earns black belt (12/07/02)
Cutline: Tyler Osika received a black belt in Tae Kwon Do from Minton's ATA Black Belt Academy in Terre Haute. Tyler, 8, is one of the youngest students to receive a black belt from Minton's. When he was just four-years old, Tyler Osika frequently accompanied his grandpa, Bill Harbin, when he visited a friend who owned a Tae Kwon Do studio. Watching the people sparring sparked an interest in the martial art for Tyler...
Moreau honored for homeless work (12/07/02)
D. William Moreau Jr., of Indianapolis, son of Don Moreau, of Center Point, has been honored by the Points of Light organization. He was honored with the Daily Points of Light award. The program honors individuals and volunteer groups "that have made a commitment to connect Americans through service to help meet critical needs in their communities," according to the Web site, http://www.pointsoflight.org...
Elves invade Lark Theatre (12/07/02)
Theater review By FRANK PHILLIPS Managing Editor Bad elves go down - all the way down to the South Pole! And, they wear black hats trimmed in white with "Bah Humbug" emblazoned on the brim. That's one of the delightful surprises awaiting guests of Community Theatre of Clay County Inc. during its 2002 "Christmas at the Lark ... Stories, Songs and Stars" show, wrapping up Saturday. The theater is located on National Avenue, across from Riddell National Bank...