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Historic Edition:
August 6th, 2015
Vol. 35  No. 6
 

FIELD DAYS

The Tonawanda Seneca Nation Field Days provided many activities and displays.


Rec. Dept. “Golf, Olympics, & Aquarium” Featured!

Last week, the featured Sport was Golf which included an outing to Destroyer Park Golf as the culminating event for the program.


BRIDGE TAKING SHAPE

The new bridge over the New York State Thruway on South Newstead Road is taking shape.


Mid-Day concert series concludes today, Akron Community Band set to bring sixth of eight concerts Friday

The Thursday, Mid-Day concert series in Russell Park concludes at noon today with Ron Corsaro, The New Upstate Express Jazz Ensemble and Akron’s Laurie Bordonaro.


Main St Salon - Table Talk

Akron salon is owner’s pride and joy


Akron Central serving as model for other districts

Academic performance is the agenda item for a meeting between the Administrative teams of Akron and Newfane.


Dementia Respite program set to begin in September

The C. Dee Wright Community Center, in collaboration with Hearts and Hands and the Alzheimer’s Association, through the help of dedicated volunteers, will provide a day program for memory impaired adults, giving their caregivers that much needed break beginning in September.


Legislator Rath honors Salvation Army on 150th anniversary

Erie County Legislator Edward A. Rath III recently honored the Salvation Army on its 150th anniversary, presenting a proclamation recognizing the milestone to Major Thomas Applin from the Salvation Army of Buffalo.


Limited engagement performance to help support community programming

There are only two opportunities in Akron to see “The Box,” an unique Off-Broadway production, under consideration for Sundance Film Festival.


Sidewalk use permits may be expanded

Village of Akron Business District restaurants need an annual permit issued by the Village of Akron to place seating and signage on the sidewalk.

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