Lockport Union-Sun & Journal
Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — Good morning dear readers: How’s everyone this week? Tommy Boy the JRT and I are doing pretty good. The weather has tempered a little bit and we are out walking more and enjoying a little bit of sunshine. Everyone has been asking me when the Wilson Dog Park is going to open. My answer is always the same … it never was closed — you just couldn’t get to it because of the weather. Everything was frozen solid. We will continue to make improvements to Krueger Park this year and I’ll keep you posted. I’d like to encourage everyone to visit our new Brew House Coffee shop on Catherine Street during April. Each month they choose a non-profit organization to donate the contents of their tip jar. This month it will be our dog park. I couldn’t be happier. Plus a good cup of coffee is near the top of my list of loves, right behind my dog.
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The Wilson Lions Easter Egg Hunt will be held on April 19 at the Wilson Historical Society, 645 Lake St. Registration begins at 11 a.m., with the hunt scheduled at noon. The Easter Bunny will be there, and there will be crafts and face painting. For more information, call Bob Hull at 751-6100.
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The Ransomville Rural Retirees will have its next meeting from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. April 17 at the Ransomville Fire Hall, Youngstown-Lockport Road. Join them for fun, including door prizes, raffles and a pot luck dinner. Entertainment for April is Elaine Schuh of North Tonawanda, who will be singing “Sounds of the Easter Season.” For more information, call Jan Edgerton at 778-8063.
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The Wilson Lions will meet at 7 p.m. April 21 at the Wilson House Inn, 300 Lake St. The speaker will be Janet Hoffman, director of the Wilson Food Pantry. The public is welcome.
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Support Our Schools’s own Bobby Hartz gave the keynote speech at this week’s National Honor Society induction. He told the students to “never stop learning,” “take that knowledge and combine it with your experiences to build wisdom “ and “see things from other people’s perspectives.”
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In student news:
Congratulations to basketball players Allie Bubar, Emily Lasher and Dana Smith, for being named to 1st team All Area Niagara Gazette Girls team.
Congratulations to basketball player Kyle Bradley for being named to 1st team All Area Niagara Gazette Boys team.
High school students Caitlin Boyle, Jacob Graca and Nathan Keil were featured on “It’s Academic” last Saturday.
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The 2014 Wilson Sports Booster Reverse Raffle will take place April 26, and it’s the largest Booster Club fundraiser. The event features cash grand prizes, gift baskets and a prize wheel of large items, along with food, drink, music and fun. People are being sought to help sell tickets, donate gifts, gift cards, gift basket items or cash. For more information or to donate, go to lakemenboosters.wix.com.
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North Ridge United Methodist Church, corner of routes 93 and 425, will be hosting its Spring Basket Fair from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 26. The drawing will be at 2 p.m.and baked goods and chowder will be sold until 3 p.m. The chowder will be ready at 11 a.m. for take-outs; bring a container. For more information, call Karen Ward at 433-4105.
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