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Senior Community Holds Fishing Derby

CHEEKTOWAGA, N.Y. – Peregrine’s Landing Senior Community, located at 575 Cayuga Creek Road, held its first annual Fishing Tournament for residents on Tuesday, and by all accounts it was a great success.

The fishing derby was coordinated by the residents and staff of Peregrine’s Landing. Top honors went to: Henry Wozniak (for catching the most fish); Joe Trawinski (who tied the team of George Adams, junior and senior, for largest fish); and Ray Czech (for smallest fish). The event was held at “Little Lake George” in Alden.

Peregrine’s Landing is a New York State-licensed enriched housing community designed to meet the needs of residents with assisted living apartments and a secured memory care unit. Peregrine’s Landing is committed to providing a comfortable, supportive setting for older adults and a community that offers the highest quality of care while promoting an independent and fulfilling lifestyle to residents. 

Pint-Sized Picassos Paint Their Own Pottery

In Williamsville, there is a new "paint your own pottery" studio with a catchy name. 'Oh Clay By Me' features an amazing array of bisque (unglazed china), which can be painted by artists of all ages.

Perfect for a birthday party, making a gift for Grandma, or a rainy afternoon, Oh Clay By Me is open six day a week! The website is right here for you.

Buffalo Stars Junior Hockey Collecting Gift Cards for Local Military Families

The Buffalo Stars Junior Hockey organization, a college-prep level program based at Holiday Twin Rinks, is challenging Western New York’s youth hockey associations to collect gift cards to benefit the New York Air National Guard 107th Airlift Wing's Family Readiness Group.

This gift card drive is part of the Stars' upcoming “Salute to American Troops” ceremony, which takes place during the hockey club’s season opener on Saturday, September 11 at Holiday Twin Rinks.  (Further details about the schedule and team are available at www.buffalostars.com