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Come join us at the Richmond Memorial Library for a fun-filled Halloween Party at 6:30 p.m. on Monday Oct. 29 downstairs in the Children’s Room.
Story Teller Rick Merritt will be performing a special Halloween campfire program for children of all ages. Snacks and crafts will be provided. Children are encouraged to wear their costumes!
No registration is needed. For more information please visit our Web site at www.batavialibrary.org or call 343-9550, ext. 4.
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From noon to 8 p.m., Muller Quaker Dairy representatives will be on site with information about the products, business and background of the joint venture between PepsiCo and the Theo Müller Group.
* Try free Müller yogurt samples
* Pick up some employment info (resumes will be accepted)
* Learn about the new Batavia facility, sales, marketing and the company
The Batavia campus is located at 1 College Road in the Town of Batavia.
The Oakfield-Alabama High School Senior Class invites the public to a community forum where they will explain the political platforms of President Obama and Governor Romney.
Local, state and regional representatives will be on hand to explain the impact of these platforms on Western New York.
The forum begins at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 30, in the school auditorium, located at 7001 Lewiston Road, in Oakfield.
Representatives slated to attend are:
Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer, Republican 61st District
Assemblyman Stephen Hawley, Republican 139th District
Mary Pat Hancock, chairwoman, Genesee County Legislature
Raymond Cianfrini, Genesee County legislator
Richard D. Pastecki, Village of Oakfield mayor
Michael T. Cianfrini, Town of Oakfield supervisor
Daniel Mangino, Town of Alabama supervisor
For questions regarding the event, call 948-5211, ext. 4537.