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Historic Edition:
November 25th, 2004
Vol. 24  No. 22
 

St. Teresa’s parishioners share blessings with others

St. Teresa of Avila’s parishioners continued a long-time tradition of sharing blessings with others as they prepared Thanksgiving baskets this month.


Akron Middle School students raise funds for cancer patients

Breast cancer patient care at Roswell Park Cancer Institute will benefit from a recent Akron Middle School “Community Service” fundraiser.


Classy Check Presentation

John Schrock (far right), organizer for the Akron Chamber of Commerce Car Show, presents a check for $500.00 to Hearts and Hands volunteer Bea Carey as treasurer Carol Borchert and office manager Nancy Ferdinand look on.


Holiday spirit abounds in Middle School production

Those attending last week’s Akron Middle School performance of a fresh adaptation of the classic Yule tide story of Ebeneezer Scrooge and his journey from an evil miser to a loving and forgiving man are ready for the Holiday season.


Children invited to make ornaments for Community Christmas Tree

All children in the community are invited to make a non-breakable, non-returnable ornament to hang on the Community Christmas Tree.


Friends of Newstead Public Library urge citizen action

The Friends of the Newstead Public Library are in complete support of our excellent community library and recognize the need for keeping it open. We also hold the position that the library is an important public institution that must be completely accessible to everyone regardless of their ability to pay.


Giambria has never looked so small

You know you’re really deep in the doo-doo when Al DeBenedetti becomes Erie County’s big voice of reason.


Macular Degeneration explored


Town negotiates forty thousand dollars in savings for Water District #10

Dialog between the Town of Newstead and the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation has resulted in a significant savings for Water District #10.

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