Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — Good morning, dear readers: How’s everyone this week? Wishing all of you a happy Columbus Day. Drive carefully and get out there and enjoy the fine weather we’ve been having. The colors of the trees have just been magnificent this year. Here’s hoping we don’t pay for it this winter.
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Preschool Story Hour at the Wilson Free Library continues every Thursday at 2 p.m. while school is in session. The program is geared to 3- and 4-year-olds and includes stories, crafts, games and fun. All preschoolers are invited. For more information or to register, stop by the library or call 751-6070.
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Spirit Week begins Tuesday at Wilson High School as students celebrate Homecoming. The week concludes with the football game against Roy-Hart-Barker on Friday night and the seventh annual Athletic Wall of Fame Dinner on Saturday. This year’s inductees are Jamie Feagin, Bob Hartz, Coach Allyn Perry, the 1964-65 Boys Basketball team and the 1979 Boys Track and Field team.
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The Wilson Golden Agers will meet Tuesday at Wilson Fire Hall, 250 Young St. Bring a nonperishable food item for the Wilson Food Pantry. Coffee and tea service begins at 10 a.m. and the meeting is at 11. The annual members’ birthday celebration will take place; the cost is $5 per person. Entertainment is by “The Bag Ladies,” a dance group from the Dale Association.
The Golden Agers’ Savannah, Jekyll Island and Beaufort trip will take place April 6 to 12. The price is $499 and includes double occupancy lodging, transportation, 10 meals and tours of Savannah, Jekyll and Simon’s Island, and Beaufort, S.C. Call Marilyn Harbison at 791-3965 for details.
The Golden Agers meet every first and third Tuesdays of the month. Anyone 55 or older is welcome to join. For more information, call Sandy Yousett at 751-9284.
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A monthly class, Exploration of Global Religions through Art, will be presented at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, McChesney and Young streets, Wilson, at 7 p.m. every third Wednesday of the month, beginning this week. Classes are free and open to the public.