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03/31/10 09:26 PM #1    

John J. Nadler

Recently joined the 1969 Williamsville South web site. As much as I hate to say it, I don't remember most of the people that I see on here. If any of you remember me, please shoot me an email to johnjnadler@yahoo.com.
Also, I am trying to find a girl I knew in high school but can't remember which year she graduated. If anyone knows what happened to Donna Borrelli, please let me know. I'm living in the mid-west but would love to attend a reunion if there is one being planned.

12/22/11 02:52 PM #2    

 

Christine R. Adair (Hicks)

Interesting article in the Buffalo News about the Iskalo Development of the Mill and environs. (link follows)

http://www.buffalonews.com/city/communities/amherst/article682225.ece

  It's wonderful to see something finally take hold there.  Building isn't expected to begin until '13, but the historical integrity of the buildings is key to the development, and it is of a size and scope not too overwhelming for that space.  Access to the park will be enhanced, something that's always been a little frustrating to me.  A local restaurant is expected to open a facility right in the Mill itself, and there's a plan for upscale suite/residential units for short-term guest stays in the Williamsville area.  This will be something to watch, and something to look forward to.  By the time we hold our 45th reunion, in 2014, it's hoped perhaps that restaurant and hotel will be open for business!  I'll keep you posted. 

 

Another way to keep in touch is through the on-line Bee, which archives its editions for free viewing 4 weeks after publication. 


12/20/12 10:41 AM #3    

 

Christine R. Adair (Hicks)

Just received notice from Keith Oberg and his Bikes for the World initiative that a private donor is matching donations up to $15,000.  If you're looking for the perfect gift for the person who really has everything, consider making a donation on their behalf and in their name to Bikes for the World!  It will double in value, and help more men, women and children on the path from poverty to self-sufficiency. 

$25 gets a bike and training in maintenance to inland Africa

$60 delivers a set of mechanical tools

$100 provides 16 new helmets or reflective tape for 100 bikes

Keith's organization has shipped 70,000 reconditioned bikes across 12 countries in 7 years, 13,000 bikes in 2012 alone!  Your tax-deductible donation will go even further to change the lives of many in countries across the glove.  Consider a donation for the hard-to-buy-for on your Christmas list!

 

Bikes for the World

3108 North 17th St.

Arlington, VA   22201 - www.bikesfortheworld.org -

or get a hold of Keith!  He's on our website here.  Credit cards ARE accepted!


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