Weekly Feature

2017-08-10 / Editorials

Out of the Past


TAKING THE EASY WAY — About 45 children took a bike safety course on the grounds of Iroquois Middle School in Elma, sponsored by the East Aurora chapter of Loving Education at Home, a nation home study group. Christine White of Elma tries the course with Mike Rizzo of East Aurora evaluating her, and Linda Morrigan of Elma playing a car. TAKING THE EASY WAY — About 45 children took a bike safety course on the grounds of Iroquois Middle School in Elma, sponsored by the East Aurora chapter of Loving Education at Home, a nation home study group. Christine White of Elma tries the course with Mike Rizzo of East Aurora evaluating her, and Linda Morrigan of Elma playing a car. 25 Years Ago Aug. 13, 1992

East Aurora continues to draw attention from national tour groups. The Greater Buffalo Convention and Visitors Bureau says about 300 tour operators from throughout the country are going on a familiarization tour of the Niagara Frontier from Aug. 30 to Sept. 2.

Kristen Frye of East Aurora was awarded a Blue Ribbon riding Pickett in the Long Stirrup Over Fences class during the July Fun Show at Quakerfield Stables. She is training under Karen Kindel at Quakerfield.

At the Buffalo Summer Series Horse Show Awards Banquet, riders from Fox Run Ltd. of East Aurora, coached by owner Doris Clark, include Maria Hubbard, champion adult equitation: Vannessa Stevenson, champion novice equitation; and Martin Chason, who tied for champion in the jumper division. Other riders in the series were Leslie McCulloch, Kelli Bies, Kara Sommer, Wendy Serena, Diane Lehman and Kendall Bruzgul.

Moog Inc. of East Aurora reported net earnings for the third fiscal quarter of $1.4 million, or 18 cents a share, compared with $2.3 million, or 29 cents a share, a year earlier.

A teen was charged with trespassing at an East Aurora restaurant after he refused to leave. The restaurant manager said he was attempting to purchase cigarettes from a machine when she took the cigarettes away from the youth.

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