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Historic Edition:
March 6th, 2003
Vol. 22  No. 35

Akron does it again with a record sale of Kid’s Day papers

The Akron Masonic Lodge, with some outside help, sold a record number 1100 Buffalo News Kids Day Papers at $1.00 each and deposited $1518.00.

Cabaret Concerts bring “Circus” to town this Saturday

Akron Tiger Bands will bring the circus to town this Saturday in two distinctively different cabaret concerts in the High School gymnasium.

Candidates respond to editor’s questions

Candidates for Village of Akron offices to be filled during the biennial election on March 18 responded to a number of questions submitted by AKRON BUGLE editor/publisher Marilyn J. Kasperek.

Possible impacts of proposed District Calendar change shared with Board of Education

State University of New York Oswego Superintendent Development Program Associates presented the implications of a proposed District Calendar Change for 2004-2005 to Akron Central School Board of Education members last week.

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