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Daemen Athletic Training Graduates Again Earn 100 Percent Exam Pass Rate

Daemen Athletic Training Graduates Again Earn 100 Percent Exam Pass Rate

AMHERST, N.Y. – Daemen College’s athletic training graduates have for the fifth consecutive year achieved a 100 percent first-time pass rate on the rigorous National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) Board of Certification exam, a rate that far surpasses the national average of 83 percent.

“The impressive success of our 2017 athletic training graduates continues the high level of performance achieved by previous classes on the national certification exam,” said Dr. Michael Brogan, vice president for academic affairs and dean of students. “Attaining this pass rate speaks to the academic strength, quality of our faculty, and hard work of our talented students to develop the advanced competencies needed for the athletic training profession.”

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Lawley Adds Two Employees to Growing Retirement Team in Buffalo and Rochester

Lawley Adds Two Employees to Growing Retirement Team in Buffalo and Rochester

Lawley, one of the largest independent insurance brokers in the United States according to Business Insurance, formally announces the addition of Laura Cooley and Patrick Saladyga as Retirement Sales Consultants supporting upstate and downstate companies and organizations with their qualified retirement plan needs.

 

WNY STEM Hub, AT&T and partners to offer a unique STEM/STEAM experience for teens

WNY STEM Hub, AT&T and partners to offer a unique STEM/STEAM experience for teens

Students entering grades 7 through 12 in the fall are invited to attend Hand in Hand, Powered by AT&T, a tech and STEAM (science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math) experience for teens with a very special dual purpose.

Student participants of Hand in Hand, Powered by AT&T will work in teams to design and fabricate prosthetic hands using 3-D printers and other tech tools. The fully operational prosthetic hands will be donated to youth in need in Western New York and abroad.

The STEAM-focused program is designed to expose students, primarily from local urban middle and high schools, to basic knowledge of anatomy and careers in medical technology, plus fundamental technology skills in 3-D printing, engineering design, computer coding and advanced fabrication, in addition to providing leadership training and service learning.

Dog Ears Bookstore to Offer Summer Reading and Writing Camps for Kids and Teens

Dog Ears Bookstore to Offer Summer Reading and Writing Camps for Kids and Teens

Summer reading and writing camps for kids and teens will be offered this summer at Dog Ears Bookstore & The Enlightenment Literacy Arts Center, located at 688 Abbott Road, Buffalo.

A free Summer Reading & Writing Camp for Kids begins on June 26. Sponsored by South District Councilman Chris Scanlon, this camp will feature reading and writing activities, games and more, with all activities aligned with Common Core and New York State Standards in Education. Participants must reside in Councilman Scanlon’s district (14220, 14210, 14206).

Held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily, this camp will be offered from June 26 through June 30 for 7 and 8 year olds, July 17-21 for students ages 9 to 11, and July 10-14 for students ages 12 and 13.

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Buffalo’s Longest Running Free Concert Series Returns for 48th Season at M&T Plaza

Buffalo’s Longest Running Free Concert Series Returns for  48th Season at M&T Plaza

BUFFALO, N.Y., June 8, 2017—When One M&T Plaza was designed, its architect envisioned the outdoor plaza becoming a gathering place for downtown Buffalo. This year, as M&T Bank’s headquarters celebrates its 50th anniversary, the Plaza Event Series will return for its 48th season and continue to fulfill the plaza’s historic intended purpose. 

Plaza Event Series will feature 54 performances this summer. It starts June 12, with the season’s last performance scheduled for August 25. Five new acts have been added to the line-up, and several favorites will continue their longtime streaks of Plaza Event Series appearances.

Buffalo’s Longest Running Free Concert Series Returns for 48th Season at M&T Plaza

Buffalo’s Longest Running Free Concert Series Returns for  48th Season at M&T Plaza

BUFFALO, N.Y., June 8, 2017—When One M&T Plaza was designed, its architect envisioned the outdoor plaza becoming a gathering place for downtown Buffalo. This year, as M&T Bank’s headquarters celebrates its 50th anniversary, the Plaza Event Series will return for its 48th season and continue to fulfill the plaza’s historic intended purpose. 

Plaza Event Series will feature 54 performances this summer. It starts June 12, with the season’s last performance scheduled for August 25. Five new acts have been added to the line-up, and several favorites will continue their longtime streaks of Plaza Event Series appearances.

Annual South Buffalo Alive Garden Tour Set for July 16

Annual South Buffalo Alive Garden Tour Set for July 16

South Buffalo Alive’s 17th annual Garden Tour, showcasing approximately 50 beautiful properties throughout South Buffalo and the Old First Ward neighborhood, will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, July 16. 

“The Garden Tour includes a wide variety of homes and businesses showcasing amazing gardens, landscaping and other outdoor features,” according to South Buffalo Alive’s Marge Ryan. 

Tours begin at Tim Russert’s Children’s Garden located at 2002 South Park Ave., between Choate and Whitfield avenues and next to the Dudley Library. Participants are encouraged to make this their first stop, where they will receive a tour brochure and information to make the tour very simple to follow.