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Historic Edition:
June 24th, 2010
Vol. 29  No. 51

Akron Central School wants to know how you get your information

Akron Central School has launched a survey on their website hoping to find out how people receive or want to receive information about the district. While some questions are specific to parents, others will help the district understand how taxpayers obtain information about the school. “We’re working harder to improve communication between the Akron Central School District and parents, students, community members and visitors,” the survey notes. “Completing this survey will help us evaluate where improvement is needed and also indicate what we’re doing right!”

Old Fashioned Fourth of July celebration planned in Akron, NY

Friends, food, entertainment, and self-propelled rides will make this Fourth of July in Russell Park, another opportunity to enjoy community. Six inflatable/airbounces including the Bungee Run and Adrenaline Rush Obstacle course, Super slide, Race car airbounce and more will mix the modern with the old fashioned, as all ages have an opportunity to be part of making the “rides” go.

Packing up the toy box: Akron’s top ten seniors

Kids of all ages will flock to theaters this summer to see “Toy Story 3” and witness the final adventures of the beloved characters of Sheriff Woody, Buzz Lightyear and friends. The original movie is likely one of the first that Akron’s graduating seniors watched as pre-schoolers. The second sequel picks up again as the toys’ owner, Andy, is leaving for college – something all of the Top 10 Seniors will soon experience as well.

The Destroyer issues thank you for those who participated in “Kandy-Land 2010’

The Destroyer, a long-time Relay for Life volunteer and close friend of Kandy Palmeri issued this column of appreciation following this year’s event held at Akron Central School on June 19.

Town Board opposes proposed State changes to dog licensing laws

The Newstead Town Board joined other municipalities across the state in opposition to a bill that will affect dog licensing and registration if the 2010 New York State budget passes. They passed a resolution opposing the state plan at their June 14 meeting.

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