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Historic Edition:
March 8th, 2007
Vol. 26  No. 35
 

25th Annual Career Fair planned

What career do I want when I grow up? This is a question facing most of our WNY middle and high school students today. Students and parents attending the 25th Annual Career Fair will have the unique opportunity to speak one-on-one with representatives of over 150 career fields. The career consultants offer a knowledgeable and personal view of requirements, job responsibilities, and opportunities in each career area.


Akron student's essay on First Amendment advances to State competition

AKRON BUGLE publishers Marilyn and Ken Kasperek announced this week that the essay of Megan Palizay will be advanced into the statewide New York Press Association (NYPA) Foundation First Amendment essay contest for eleventh and twelfth grade high school students in New York State. The contest is designed to foster knowledge and understanding of the First Amendment. Students were asked to interpret the First Amendment in their essays and discuss the role it plays in American life.


Annual Celebrity Waiter's night benefits Hearts and Hands

The Fourth Annual Celebrity Waiters' Night to benefit Hearts and Hands: Faith in Action is scheduled for Tuesday, March 13, 2007 at four familiar Akron restaurants. The Akron House, The Candy Apple Cafe, Mary's Good and Plenty and The Village Inn will offer their usual delicious menus, but will introduce some familiar local faces as your wait staff for the evening.


Interchurch Fellowship Lenten lunches continue


Mini Electric Rate Case considered

Akron Village Board members are considering filing a Mini Electric Rate Case with the Public Service Commission. About two years ago the Board hired Freed Maxick and Battaglia, PC of Batavia as auditors and to help prepare information regarding the rates needed to cover all costs of providing electric to Village of Akron customers. Village Clerk Daniel P. Borchert reported on that work, to date, during a work session Monday night, and recommended that the Board proceed with a Mini Rate Case, followed by development of a full rate study and Rate Case before the Commission.


The New York Safe Boating Course coming to Akron March 31

The Akron Central School Community Education Department and the New York State Police Law Enforcement Explorers would like to invite boaters to attend a free New York Safe Boating Course.


Write-In campaign begun in Village election

A write-in campaign is underway to elect Millard Young as Mayor in the upcoming Village of Akron election. Carl Patterson, currently a Trustee, will appear on the Republican, Conservative, Akron-Newstead Citizens Party line of the ballot for Mayor on March 20. He has no opponent on the ballot. The newly launched campaign is asking voters to write-in Millard Young's name instead of voting for Mr. Patterson.

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