Lockport Union-Sun & Journal Online

February 10, 2014

SHORELINE BYLINE: WCS students participate in All-County Music Fest

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Lockport Union-Sun & Journal

Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — Good morning, dear readers. How’s everyone this week? I hope you can get out to get something nice for your sweetie for Valentine’s Day. Most of our restaurants around Wilson are having Valentine’s Day dinners. The wineries are having “Be Mine with Wine” celebrations.

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In student news:

Congratulations to the high school music students who participated in the All-County Music Festival this weekend: Brianna Bagwell, Zach Beyer, Ricky Covatta, Max Faery and Kira Zappy. Congratulations also to the middle school students who participated: Patrick Seeley, Brayden Thompson, Emily Wolfe, Raechel Blasius, Grace Gerber, Madison Goodnight and McKenzie Hayes.

Kudos to the current Athlete of the Week, Varsity basketball player Kevin Daunce. 

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The PTA New Beginnings “Two for One” night that was postponed last week, due to inclement weather, will be rescheduled. More information will be shared as it becomes available. Keep checking the PTA website for updates at http://wcspta.webs.com.

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There is a community effort under way to make our Wilson piers safer by installing life buoy stations to the East Pier. Anyone wishing to donate to this project should send a check payable to the Village of Wilson, P.O. Box 596, Wilson NY 14172, with a note in the check memo line reading “Wilson Safe Pier Project.”

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Exley United Methodist Church is continuing its “Grief Share Group” from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays. Grief Share is a 13-week program, video seminar and support group for people grieving the loss of someone close. You will have the opportunity to interact with others who have experienced a loss in this biblical-based group. Registration is $15, scholarships are available and child care provided for ages 2 to 11. For more information, call 751-6057.

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On the third Wednesday of every month, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Young and McChesney streets, invites the community to join in the exploration of past and present religious cultures and traditions expressed in art. These monthly discussions focus on an individual religious tradition with examples of beliefs as expressed through art. Discussion leaders include Tom Hewner, Toby Mansfield, Tom Geise and Tony Busch. The next session, concerning Hindu art and religious culture, will be held at the church at 7 p.m. Feb. 19.

Send your good news from the Wilson, South Wilson and Ransomville areas to bettyhaag@verizon.net (email text only, no attachments except photos in .jpg format), or call 751-4146. To see it in next week's Shoreline Byline, please pass it along before 5 p.m. Thursday.