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Amherst Camp Night

Amherst Camp Night

Join us for the 2011 Amherst Camp Night and Ice Cream Social

Have your child learn a new skill, get better at an existing one or do something totally new - and fun too! The Amherst Central School District PTSA Consortium is pleased to invite you to its 2nd Annual Expanded Camp Night and Ice Cream Social, Wednesday, March 23, 2011 from 6-8PM at the Amherst Middle School, 55 Kings Highway, Amherst, New York. A parking lot is available off of Saratoga Road behind the school 

Krolick's Fish Fry, March 25, 2011

Krolick's Fish Fry, March 25, 2011

Enjoy a delicious fish-fry this Friday at the Amherst Senior Center.

For more information:

http://www.amherst.ny.us/pdf/announce/dept_19_110315a.pdf

Statewide Firefighter Recruitment Drive Comes to WNY

Statewide Firefighter Recruitment Drive Comes to WNY

First-Ever Statewide Unified Volunteer Firefighter Recruitment Drive to be Held at Local Fire Departments, April 9 - 10

Marching Into Spring at the Tifft Nature Preserve

Marching Into Spring at the Tifft Nature Preserve
Nature’s Circle

Read a story and have some fun during an outdoor circle time at Tifft. Silly songs, games and lots of fun help little ones comfortably engage in a natural setting. Let’s learn to enjoy nature together!

Date/Time:

10:30-11:15 AM
Monday, March 14: Marching Into Spring

Ages: Ages 2-3 Fees: Non-Members: $4 per child and adult
$2 additional children with same adult
Museum Members save 10%! Registration: Pre-registration required. Register online or call 896-5200, ext. 338

Woodpecker Walk This Saturday at Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve

Woodpecker Walk This Saturday at Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve

Woodpecker Walk
Saturday, March 12
2:00 PM
Take a guided tour of the trails as we look for signs of woodpeckers and learn about their role in the ecosystem. Registration required; call 716-683-5959 to sign up.

Nichols Students Named Squash City Champions

Nichols Students Named Squash City Champions
Recently, an historic moment occurred in the 100-year history of squash in Buffalo. For the first time, both Buffalo Squash Racquets Championships were won by junior players, both from Nichols School.   Nichols seniors, Michael Che and Pamicka Marinello, became the City Champions on Saturday, March 5. This win implies their positions as the best male and female players in the city.   Che thrashed a veteran of five city championships and Marinello triumphed over a former collegiate squash player at St. Lawrence University. Nichols freshman, Caroline Hogan, came in fourth in the women’s tournament. They all exhibited great sportsmanship and graciousness in victory.

Nichols School Prep A Hockey Team Earns Championship Title

Nichols School Prep A Hockey Team Earns Championship Title

On Monday, March 7, the Nichols School Boys Prep A Hockey team became Conference of Independent Schools of Ontario Champions! Nichols student, Andrew Poturalski ’12, scored 43 seconds into overtime to clinch the 6-5 win over Ridley College of Ontario.

It was an exciting game two in the best-of-three series. The entire team put forth an incredible effort to secure the coveted championship title.