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Tuesday, April 17 2012

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Before 2:00 pm

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


2:00 pm

The American Red Cross invites you to participate in the second annual Bill Young Memorial Blood Drive at the First United Methodist Church in Batavia.

It will be held from 2 to 7 p.m. in the social hall, located at 8221 Lewiston Road.

Please call 1-800-RED-CROSS to schedule your appointment. Ask about Double Red Cell donation. Walk-ins are welcome. PLEASE BRING I.D.!

(If you donated blood on or before Feb. 21, you are again eligible to donate.)

This month, in honor of America's Pastime, the American Red Cross asks you to "get in the game and help save lives by donating blood." It only takes about an hour of your time and your one donation could help save up to three lives!

April donors can enter for a chance to win a $50 gift card to use toward team gear or tickets to cheer on your favorite major or minor league baseball team.

2:00pm - 7:00pm
6:00 pm
Spaghetti Dinner All You Can Eat Saturday, April 28th serving 5-7 p.m. Emmanuel Baptist Church, 190 Oak Street, Batavia (handicap accessible) Adults-$8 Children under 10-$4 For reservations call 343-4905 .All you can eat spaghetti, homemade meatballs, salad, Italian bread, dessert and beverage To benefit “Brothers And Sisters In Christ” (BASIC Youth Group) 2013 Mission Trip www.emmanuelbaptistbatavia.org
6:55pm - 7:00pm
7:00 pm

The second of three seminars on family matters -- part of the new "People's Law Series" at Genesee Community College's BEST Center -- will be offered from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, April 17.

Topic: "Matrimonial Actions"

Presenters: Deborah L. Burhans, Esq.; Benjamin J. Bonarigo Sr., Esq.

Divorce is a life-changing event and understanding the principals of matrimonial law can only help ease the transition and process. Spousal support, distribution of marital assets and debt, taxation, health insurance and separate property principles are among the topics of this session.

The seminar is part of GCC's Leisure Learning non-credit community workshops and will take place at the Batavia campus in room T102. Each seminar costs $10. Contact The BEST Center to register by calling 345-6868.

For the updated list of courses visit: http://www.genesee.edu/best/development/leisure-learning/

The People's Law Series is a collaborative initiative between The BEST Center and the Genesee County Bar Association.

The third and final family law seminar offered this spring is from 7 to 9 p.m., May 15, and the topic is "Juvenile and Family Offense Matters." The presenter is Durin B. Rogers, Esq., Deputy County Attorney for Genesee County.

When the actions and behavior of children result in Family Court proceedings, parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and other family members and friends are all concerned and need information. Knowing about the Juvenile Delinquency proceedings, PINS (People in Need of Supervision), and understanding the legal ramifications of truancy, substance abuse, sexting, bullying, fighting, stealing, the destruction of property and the Family Offense proceedings are among the topics covered in this session.

It should be noted that the three-part series is provided as a public service for general reference information and is not intended to be legal advice for specific cases.

7:00pm - 9:00pm
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