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2018-10-11 / Editorials

Out of the Past

25 Years Ago Oct. 14, 1993


REACH FOR THE TOP — Holly Flint, 8, helps her brother, Patrick, 4, with a selection at the top of the kids’ bookrack at the East Aurora Public Library. Photo by John Rusac REACH FOR THE TOP — Holly Flint, 8, helps her brother, Patrick, 4, with a selection at the top of the kids’ bookrack at the East Aurora Public Library. Photo by John Rusac Iroquois Central School district recently completed phase one of a wiring update for the schools. The wiring links the Girdle Road schools, elementary, middle and high schools, allowing for improved, faster communications. Phase two, which should be completed within the next year, will link Marilla and Wales Elementary schools to the Girdle Road campus, as well as the bus garages.

In accordance with new state regulations, East Aurora will join school districts statewide in offering students in grades K-6 a school breakfast by the year 1995.

A woman reported that while her daughter was riding her bicycle to school last Thursday, a suspect with a squeaky toy began following her. As she rode her bicycle, the suspect began running after her asking her to stop. The man was identified and confessed to the allegations.

Christopher Wolski , 8, of Elma, was at the taping of “Sneak Preview — The Jim Kelly Show,” last week when his name was announced as the winner of a football autographed by none other than Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly. Kelly proceeded to throw the ball to Christopher, who in turn, threw it back to the sports star.

East Aurora resident Greg Merkle, a member of Kettle’s Klassic Bowling League, bowled a score of 300 on Tuesday, Sept. 28, at Victory Lanes on Main Street. Merkle says this is the first time he has bowled a perfect game.

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