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Historic Edition:
January 6th, 2005
Vol. 24  No. 27
 

HO-HO-Holiday Visits

Santa had a very busy schedule this Christmas. One of the many stops was at the Akron Parents Association pre-school. Santa was greeted with a chorus of Jingle Bells.


Welcoming a New Year

The Akron-Newstead community gathered at Russell Park for the Annual Ball Drop on New Year’s Eve. The Akron Celebration Committee thanks all those who helped make the event a success - particularly Northeast Caissons, Young’s Explosives, the Akron Fire Company, Brandon Chase, the Akron Boy Scouts, and Village of Akron. Unfortunately, high winds made it unsafe to have the fireworks. The ball did safely “drop” and everyone seemed to enjoy the music and very mild temperatures. The Akron Celebration Committee will hold an organizational meeting for Fourth of July 2005 on January 12 at 7:30 p.m. in the Akron Fire Hall, Main Street. All interested in maintaining the tradition of the Fourth of July Celebration are encouraged to attend. More volunteers are needed to continue this annual event. Please call 542-9615 if you are interested, but cannot attend the meeting.


Akron First UMC responding to needs in South Asia

The Akron First United Methodist Church congregation, 7 Church St. covenanted together on Sunday to raise over one thousand dollars to help those faced with catastrophe in South Asia.


College courses available at Akron Central through agreement with NCC

Akron Central School Board of Education members approved an articulation agreement with Niagara County Community College for a college acceleration program for the 2004-05 school year at their meeting December 23.


Glor steps down, Town Board reorganizes

Councilwoman Joan Glor has resigned from her seat on the Newstead Town Board. Ms. Glor submitted her resignation at the last Board meeting of 2004, effective December 31.


Lady Tigers get "Hair-Raising" results, win two in a row

Akron’s Varsity Girls Basketball team improved to 3-5 overall and 1-2 in the league after posting two victories in a row over league opponent Barker (30 -26) and a non-league win over Hutch-Tech (48-47).


McNutt, Snyder selected Athletes of the Week

Kristen McNutt's ferocious defense and steady offense in games played last week has led to her earning this week's Athlete of the Week honors.

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