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Historic Edition:
September 2nd, 2004
Vol. 24  No. 10

Community Worship

Pastor Laurie Carson-Nelson, St. Johnís new minister brought a message to those gathered in Russell Park for a community worship service last Sunday morning. The congregations of St. Johnís, Trinity South Newstead, and Trinity Wolcottsville Lutheran churches hosted the joint service of worship and celebration in Russell Park.

Summer Vacation

Many Akron Central students spent their summer vacations advancing their knowledge through a variety of activities including summer enrichment and recreation programs at Akron Central, community sports programs, and organizations such as 4-H and Scouting. Above Robbie Librock (fourth from the left) shows how to handle a Heavy weight Market Hog at the Niagara County Fair.

Anniversary Celebration

Akron Junior Girl Scout Troop 1752 was on hand to help NOCO celebrate its anniversary at the Main Road, Akron location last Saturday. Serving ice cream and hot dogs the Troop raised funds for a trip in June of 2005 and completed community service hours.

Impressive win posted by JV Little League Tigers in season opener

The Akron JV Tigers have plenty to be proud of with an impressive season opening win of 24 to 0 over the Pembroke Dragons.

Wolcottsville 4-Hers roar in Animal Science Projects

Wolcottsville Wildcats and Wildcubs 4-H Clubs were roaring in Animal Science Projects at the 2004 Niagara County Fair. 4-H members participated in the following project areas: Beef Cattle, Dairy Cattle, Goats, Livestock Judging, Rabbits, Sheep, and Swine.

Wolcottsville team retains championship

Wolcottsville Vol. Fire Company Softball Team keep the Northern Erie County Fireman's Softball League Championship Traveling Trophy for one more year. Wolcottsville defeated North Amherst in the semi-finals and Clarence in the Firemen's Softball Finals to earn the honor for another year.

Educators and students already busy at Akron Central

The official first student day of the 2004-2005 school year is not until Wednesday, September 8, but the halls at Akron Central are already filled with students and educators.

Fitness and Career boosters among Fall Community Education schedule

Pilates and programming are part of the Fall Akron Community Education schedule.

Letís look at regional/metro government plan

Set aside, for a while, control boards and lawsuits, football rookie broken legs and the lousy summer weather.

Public invited to Fall Festival Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) invites the public to a full day of nature activities, demonstrations, food and fun at the fourth annual Fall Festival at Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve in Cheektowaga. The celebration runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, September 18, 2004.

State decision on fine distribution will cost residents tax dollars

The impact of the New York State legislatureís decision to keep fines for all Vehicle and Traffic Law violations is already impacting local government.

Tips offered on borrowing wisely for college

When it comes to saving for a child's education, most parents have the best of intentions. But with the rising cost of tuition and downward trend in the economy, many parents are coming up short. Borrowing is becoming a reality for many parents. Here is some advice from the New York State Society of CPAs for borrowing wisely.

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