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The Dansville Online
  • Fight the winter blues with town events

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  • I've mentioned it so often to watch your local library for programs, workshops and events. They are all free. On Sunday, March 9 The Cana Steel Band entertained at the Wayland Library and I heard it was fantastic music. The overflowing crowd enjoyed every minute of it. I'm sorry I had to miss it by going to something else. The Library's next program is Sunday, April 6 at 3 p.m. entitled "Take Note".
    This Saturday from noon to 2 p.m., you’re asked to bring a favorite recipe and learn how to create an Online Family Cookbook.
    The week of no school on Friday April 11, which is "National Library Week" there's a program for K thru fifth grade children 12:30 to 2 p.m. "Play with your Food" demonstrations and also hands on. Wednesday April 2 at 1 p.m. "Trust in the Lives of Older Women" will meet at the Library.
    Mark your calendars for the events you're interested in. Get out of the house after all that SNOW!
    Cancer is a frightening word and most of us have had a family member or friends who have been hit by that dreaded disease. The third annual "Relay for Life" to benefit Cancer will be held on Saturday April 5 at the Wayland Legion from noon to 3 p.m. with a luncheon and basket raffle. Tickets are $15.00 or table of 8 for $100.00. Tickets can be purchased at the Wayland Town Hall from Liz Dean 728-5857 or 728-9010. Gather up your friends and make a table full.
    The dust never gets a chance to settle at the Wayland Legion Building because of so much constant activity. We are very lucky to have such a beautiful as well as convenient banquet hall to hold the many functions of a community.
    The local ladies luncheon will meet next Wednesday at Autumn's Cafe in Wayland at 12:30. All are welcome ladies, come and have a good time with friends.
    Sundays winner of the 50-week club at the Perkinsville Fire Hall was Jerry Fox of Springwater.
    Emma Conrad, daughter of Todd and Amy Conrad was one of the 11 junior students from Wayland-Cohocton Highschool that participated in the "Close Up" program last week. The students flew to Washington, D.C. to spend six days getting a close up view of our Government, compliments of Genesee BOCES. They visited the monuments, Capitol Building, etc. and held discussions where they could ask questions. This was Emma's first time flying.
    It’s almost time to start some seeds indoors at least we're getting itchy to do that. We found it doesn't pay to start too early when the plants get too spindly and the garden isn't plowed yet.
    Birthday greetings to David Conrad 24.
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