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Historic Edition:
March 3rd, 2005
Vol. 24  No. 35
 

Akron swimmers earn trip to Sectionals

It is time to wrap up the season, get ready for our banquet and look forward to next year.


All-County Musicians

Jacob, Theresa, and Maggie in the All-County Band and Meghan in the All-County Orchestra. These Akron musicians will rehearse with other selected Erie County students this Friday and perform at Kleinhan’s Music Hall this Saturday, March 5 as the Grades 4-6 All County Festival concludes.


Technology students use architectural skills to benefit Habitat for Humanity

Akron Central School Wood Working and Architectural Drawing students didn't fly south for the winter along with their feathered friends, instead they designed and built birdhouses with a higher purpose.


Fun Night Entertainment

Akron Parents’ Association took some time for family fun and fundraising Friday night. APA Three-year-olds (above) taught by Mrs. Ferrante entertained all those attending the Fun Night in the Akron Fire Hall Friday night. The three year olds have been learning how to be good listeners and follow directions. Also performing during the event was Ms. Roszman’s four-year-olds class. Anthony and Cassie Brandl and Mattie Klein (left) enjoyed some of the games set up for the children to play. Proceeds of the evening will help APA Nursery School continue a 40 year tradition of serving the Akron/Newstead area as a cooperative nursery school. APA appreciates all the businesses and individuals who donated time, talents, and Chinese auction items and all those who attended the event.


Akron Airport site of Search and Resuce exercise

Akron Airport was the base for a Civil Air Patrol (CAP), the Auxiliary of the US Air Force, Search and Rescue exercise on February 26, 2005.


County’s cash calamity may be the start of tax revolution

You might want to think twice next time before diving into that dish of Doritos or popping the top on a pint of your favorite Ben and Jerry’s.


Permit moratorium approved

A Moratorium on the approval of any permits which would result in the increase of sewage into the wastewater treatment plant in the Village of Akron was adopted Monday night.


Question raised about statins

Can you tell me about statins? My doctor has suggested I start taking one to lower my cholesterol but with all the recent news about Vioxx and Celebrex causing heart attacks, I'm very cautious. What's really known about statins and what are the possible side effects?


Relay for Life Kick-off tonight

The Fourth Annual Akron "Relay for Life" will officially kick off 2005 events tonight, Thursday, March 3 at the Akron House at 7 p.m.


Ride Contract signed for Akron Fourth of July Celebration

The Akron Celebration Committee has signed a contract with Fun City to supply rides and concessions again this year for the Fourth of July Celebration in Russell Park.


Student accomplishments highlighted at February meeting

Akron Central School Superintendent of Schools Ronald G. DeCarli highlighted a number of student accomplishments as he made his report at the February 2005 Board of Education business meeting.

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