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January 23, 2014

STROLL AROUND NEWFANE: Bring the kids out for Family Night

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Do you know someone in need of a hot meal or some fellowship? Olcott Methodist Church offers a Community Kitchen that’s open to the public from 12:30 to 2 p.m. Sundays and Tuesdays. There is no fee and everyone is welcome. If you know someone who would like some soup, call the church at 778-8879 and they will deliver it.

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The Newfane Library is holding a book sale at the Winery at Marjim Manor through Feb. 10. Browse through the selection in the magnificent building on the lake, and if you purchase a book, your wine tasting is free.

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There are a lot of Relay For Life participants in Newfane, working year-round to raise money for the American Cancer Society. The 2014 Relay season has a Star-Spangled theme and the kick-off celebration is set for 10 a.m. Feb. 1 at Roy B. Kelley Elementary School cafeteria in Lockport. Participants will celebrate 2013 Relay successes and get ready to break the $2 million-raised mark together this year. There will be coffee, breakfast pizza, bagels, fruit, baked goods and more. Everybody is invited to come for information and inspiration.

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Sign up now for the next AARP Smart Driver Course with instructor Pat Ludwig. It will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m Feb. 5 and Feb. 6 at Faith Lutheran Church. You must register by Jan. 31, and this class fills up quickly. The cost is $20 for AARP members and $25 for non-members; all ages are welcome. The certificate of completion can get you a three-year discount on auto insurance or reduce license points. Call Ludwig at 433-0976.

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Save the date for “Love: Hearts & Hands” at Faith Lutheran Church on Feb. 8. There will be a Valentine’s Day vendor/craft fair, pasta dinner and Chinese auction. For more information, call 778-8488.

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Join the St. Brendan’s Seniors on a trip to Lancaster, Pa. The April 23-April 24 trip starts with transportation, lunch and shopping at Kitchen Kettle Village, then Andrew Lloyd Weber’s Music of the Night show at the American Music Theatre. Dinner at a popular family restaurant follows. The second day features breakfast at the hotel before checkout and a trip to see “Moses” at the Sight and Sound Theatre. The cost for bus, hotel, two shows and two meals is $249 double or $294 single. This is the last call; reservations must be in next week. Contact Monica Barrett at 433-1162.

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