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A new dodgeball league is forming in Pembroke. This league is for people 18 and over looking to get some exercise and have some fun. This league will run for 7 weeks starting January 21. Play is on Saturday nights. There is room for 12 teams. If you want to play and do not have a team. Sign up and we will put you on a team. Registration is due by January 13th.
For more information and registration go to www.pembrokedodgeball.com
Genesee Community College's Forum Players present God’s Favorite a comedy play by Neil Simon, Thursday-Saturday March 29-31 at 7:30pm and a Sunday Matinee, April 1 at 2:00pm
A modern tale loosely based on the Book of Job. God and Satan make a bet and God puts his trust in Joe, a wealthy businessman living with his family in suburban Long Island, to keep his faith. God’s messenger, sent to test Joe’s faith, is a wise cracking guy from Queens. Simon poses questions about life, but never loses his sense of humor!
Tickets: $8 adults, $5 seniors and high students with valid ID.
No children under the age of 5 permitted. Appropriate for 16+
The Genesee Center for the Arts Box Office accepts cash, checks and now accepts credit card payments on pre-reservations tickets!
Ask about our $2 discount for GCC alumni with the alumni ID.
7:30pm - 2:00pm
Submitted by a reader:
Twelve months ago I almost lost my dad. He had a massive stroke on February 22nd, 2011 as a result of high-blood pressure. It was the day after my mom’s 50th birthday party and I was 22 weeks pregnant with his first grandson.
My dad, Doug Hagen, is my Superman. He is the most kind-hearted, hardest working, funniest and by far one of the smartest people I’ve ever known. He has owned and operated his own business for over 20 years which has always kept him close to home and always available to his family.
He lived to work and worked to live. If I ever needed anything I would call him, he seemed to know everybody one way or another and had the answer to any question.
My dad, who is use to spending most of his day outside either working, snowmobiling or at his camp, has since spent the past year of his life in a hospital and in rehab. He’s made more progress than ever expected and is more determined than ever to get his life back.
His family and friends are hosting a Spaghetti Dinner Fundraising Benefit from noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday, April 1st at the South Alabama Fire Hall to help assist with this recovery costs. Please take a moment out of your day to help support a prominent member of your community and help me get my Superman back.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under. Presale tickets are also available. Call 297-4144 for tickets.
The fire hall is located at 2230 Judge Road in the Town of Alabama.
12:00pm - 4:00pm