Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — Good morning dear readers: How’s everyone this week? Next Tuesday is Election Day. Please study all the information you can about each of the candidates and issues that you will be asked to select. Vote wisely and intelligently. Your vote does make a difference at the local level.
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Patrick Daul, who is running for Town of Wilson supervisor, will host a “Meet and Greet” the candidate night at 7:30 tonight at 315 Catherine St., Wilson. This is the new home of the Wilson Brew Co. All town and village residents are welcome.
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St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Wilson is presenting a play written and performed by Karen S. Cassidy titled, “Wild and Wacky Women of the Bible” a 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Doors at St. Paul’s will open at 7 p.m., with refreshments served until the 7:30 p.m. start. Tickets are $5, with funds to support St. Paul’s mission projects. Reservations are suggested, as only 100 tickets will be sold. For reservations, call 433-4600.
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Here’s an update for the Wilson Community Food Pantry. Director Janet Hoffman said: “The pantry would like to thank our community for taking the time to care and share with those in need. As the fall leads into winter, seasonal workers will be in need of us again to tide them over in to next spring. As of the writing, our family number has increased to 85, with the average number in the family being 4 to 5. I am thinking that by our anniversary date — Nov. 13 — we will be up to 100. In less than a year, this shows us of the need for our food pantry services. If you know of anyone who is in need our pantry services, please have them stop on Tuesday or give me a call. Many of you in the community, as well as village and town organizations, stepped up to the plate and helped us with our holiday meals and stocking of the pantry shelves last year. We ask that you please consider doing it again this year. If you have any vegetables or fruit remaining in your gardens, please consider donating those to the pantry. We have extended our hours on from 2 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays, if you need to drop off items. Also, if you need items picked up, call me at 751-0165. Those on the pantry committee and volunteers look forward to continuing to serve our community and with your help we will succeed. We thank you.”