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Thank You For Your Service and Sacrifice This Memorial Day 2011

Thank You For Your Service and Sacrifice This Memorial Day 2011
  •  A special Thank You to Edward J. Malloy for your un-selfish service to our country during WWII. During the war he trained as a flight engineer/mechanic/pilot and tail-gunner on the B-25 Mitchell Bombers in the Mediterranean Theatre, 12th Air Force 57th Bomb Wing.  He flew an incredible 63 combat missions as attested to in the certificate below.  Received AIR MEDAL for his actions on a mission over Italy on July 12 1944.  Forever Proud of You, miss you very much.  Julia, Jerry, Janet, Judy & Bob

Thank You For Your Service and Sacrifice This Memorial Day 2011

Thank You For Your Service and Sacrifice This Memorial Day 2011
  •  A special Thank You to Edward J. Malloy for your un-selfish service to our country during WWII. During the war he trained as a flight engineer/mechanic/pilot and tail-gunner on the B-25 Mitchell Bombers in the Mediterranean Theatre, 12th Air Force 57th Bomb Wing.  He flew an incredible 63 combat missions as attested to in the certificate below.  Received AIR MEDAL for his actions on a mission over Italy on July 12 1944.  Forever Proud of You, miss you very much.  Julia, Jerry, Janet, Judy & Bob

BAVPA Grad Gives Back to Her School

BAVPA Grad Gives Back to Her School
On Monday, May 31, Grace Stumberg, 2007 graduate of BAVPA, and Bob James, Buffalo Hall of Fame musician and organizer of Music In Action will be holding workshops and concert for our BAVPA students.

More explanation of the day's events are on the attached flyer.

AmeriCorps NCCC Team Joins the City of Good Neighbors

AmeriCorps NCCC Team Joins the City of Good Neighbors

 An AmeriCorps NCCC (National Community Civilian Corps) team, Raven 7, is spending 8 weeks helping the city’s Division of Citizen Services clean and beautify schools, parks and lots throughout Buffalo.

Girls' All-High Tennis Championship Results

Girls' All-High Tennis Championship Results

Singles - Emma Walsh of City Honors took the Buffalo Public Schools Singles title as she swept the field defeating Christina Constantino of Olmsted 6-0, 6-0 in the finals and beat Sayler Paw of I-Prep 6-0, 6-0 in the semifinals. Constantino made it to the finals after a 6-3, 6-1 win over Htay Ku Paw of I Prep.

Doubles - Hutch Tech's Allison Mendolera and Tatiana Jimenez Knight won the Doubles titles with a 6-4, 6-3 win over City Honors Gabby Gannon and Jessica Rubino. Mendolera and Jimenez Knight won their semifinal match with daVinci's Ari Puon and Anya Stefurak 6-1, 6-2. Gannon and Rubino had advanced to the final by winning their semifinal match 6-2, 6-1 over Olmsted's Ashah Adams and Jessica Tompkins.

Top photo: Jessica Rubino and Gabby Gannon of City Honors, and Tatiana Jimenez Knight and Allison Mendolera of Hutch Tech

Below: Htay Ku Paw of I-Prep, Sayler Paw of I-Prep, Emma Walsh of City Honors, Christina Constantino of Olmsted

 

Barbecue Season is Upon Us! Remember to Play it Safe at the Grill

Barbecue Season is Upon Us! Remember to Play it Safe at the Grill

Lifesaving Tips from the Firemen’s Association of the State of NY…

With Memorial Day weekend right around the corner, many people will be hosting backyard barbecues. The Firemen’s Association of the State of New York (FASNY) is reminding residents to follow important fire safety tips so that they can enjoy a safe summer season. 

“The outdoor cookout season will soon be in full swing.  Unfortunately, a barbecue grill could start a fire if certain safety rules are ignored,” said Firemen’s Association of the State of New York President David Jacobowitz.  “It’s important to position the grill far away from siding, deck railings, trees and other flammables. When gatherings involve children, it’s critical that a child-free zone of at least three feet is established around the grill.”

Barbecue Season is Upon Us! Remember to Play it Safe at the Grill

Barbecue Season is Upon Us! Remember to Play it Safe at the Grill

Lifesaving Tips from the Firemen’s Association of the State of NY…

With Memorial Day weekend right around the corner, many people will be hosting backyard barbecues. The Firemen’s Association of the State of New York (FASNY) is reminding residents to follow important fire safety tips so that they can enjoy a safe summer season. 

“The outdoor cookout season will soon be in full swing.  Unfortunately, a barbecue grill could start a fire if certain safety rules are ignored,” said Firemen’s Association of the State of New York President David Jacobowitz.  “It’s important to position the grill far away from siding, deck railings, trees and other flammables. When gatherings involve children, it’s critical that a child-free zone of at least three feet is established around the grill.”