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Historic Edition:
July 7th, 2011
Vol. 31  No. 1

Akron Community Band concert Friday

The Akron Community Band, will play the second of their eight concert series in Russell Park this Friday. A variety of musical selections including marches, show tunes, musicals, and an overture are included in the program.

Parade, Fireworks draw large Fourth of July crowd

Akron’s Fourth of July Celebration Gala Parade and Fireworks drew large crowds Monday, finishing the two-day celebration with a “bang.”

Fire Company rescues accident victim, State Police make DWI arrest

Akron Volunteer Fire Company responded to the scene of an ATV accident at the intersection of Crittenden Rd. and Skyline Dr. in the Village of Akron at about 10:25 p.m. on July 4, 2011.

Akron Lodge No. 527 Free and Accepted Masons held Public Installation

Akron Lodge No. 527 Free and Accepted Masons held their Public Installation of officers last month with Right Worshipful Robert W. Strang, Jr. assisted by the Right Worshipful Norman W. Taylor in the installation.

Clarence Concerts in the Park begin Sunday

Opening night for the Clarence Concerts In The Park is Sunday July 10 at 7 p.m. at the Town Park Clubhouse 10405 Main St. Clarence. Rain location is the Clarence Middle School 10150 Greiner Rd. For more info on this concert and the season visit www.clarenceconcert.org

Dates to Note

This column features a summary of dates and activities you may want to note. It is our hope the column will help you plan your personal and your organization's calendars to minimize conflicts. Submit dates to news@akronbugle.com

Family programs planned at Newstead Public Library

July will bring a number of Family Programs to the Newstead Public Library, Main Street, Akron, NY. Perry Ground - Native American Storyteller will share tales on Wednesday, July 13 at 2 p.m.

Mid-day Summer Concert series begins July 14

The Akron Chamber of Commerce and The 2011 Russell Park Summer Concert Series coordinator have announced tthat this popular series kicks off on Thursday, July 14 with Buffaloʼs own Bobby Militello.

Pre-historic tool fragments found on Koepsel Rd.

Pre-historic tool fragments found on Koepsel Rd.

Ranzenhofer continues working for mandate relief following passage of property tax cap legislation

New York State Senator Michael Ranzenhofer released a statement following the passage of property tax cap legislation indicating the need for further mandate relief and his commitment to continue working for that relief. The New York State Senate has passed historic property tax relief legislation that enacts a firm cap on local property taxes and provides for mandate relief for school districts and municipal governments.

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