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Friday, December 26, 2014 at 5:01 pm

DJ Macy Paradise plays hits tonight at T.F. Brown's to benefit GCASA

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Macy Paradise, a professional DJ from Batavia now living in Colorado, will do a benefit show at T.F. Brown's at 10 tonight. People are encouraged to make a donation in the name of Baby Chandler (Zuchs) for the event and proceeds will go to GCASA.

By donating money to GCASA, Paradise says he hopes "to prevent losing another innocent child to violence."

Paradise, who is a father himself, says the news of Baby Chandler's death earlier this month hit him especially hard. Plus, he is a former coworker of Jeffrey Deats, who is accused of causing the 6-months-old's death and who is now at ECMC and not expected to survive after attempting suicide in GC Jail.

Donations will be accepted through 9 p.m. Monday, Dec. 29 at T.F. Brown's, located at 214 E. Main St. in Downtown Batavia.

Event Date and Time

December 26, 2014 - 10:00pm - December 27, 2014 - 1:00am
Tuesday, December 16, 2014 at 1:01 pm

Community Christmas Day Dinner!

Community Christmas Day Dinner
T F Brown’s Restaurant and the Batavia Lion’s Club cordially invite you and your family to join us for a traditional Christmas Day Dinner. Carrying on the tradition, T F Browns with assistance from the Batavia Lion’s Club are opening the doors of their Restaurant located at 214 East Main Street, Batavia, NY and serving a “free” Christmas Dinner for the Community on December 25, 2014. There are two seating’s available, 12:00PM and 1:00PM.
We look forward to having you join us, but we ask for your cooperation by returning the attached RSVP. This form is important for two reasons, first it lets us know how many guests to expect, but most importantly if you are bringing your family it allows us to get a special gift for your child or children. There are two convenient ways to respond
A-  Please complete the form below and return to the same office where you received it
 B-  or 
Please call 345-1000, the offices of TF Brown’s and let Maud know how many are coming, which time you will be arriving, gender/ages and first names of the children. 
As in the past we promise all a great meal, a special gift for the younger family members and who knows, maybe even a visit from Santa if he’s not too tired. Please RSVP no later than December 19, 2014.
The Mancuso Family and The Batavia Lion’s Club Christmas Day Dinner
____________________ Family Name (first name is fine)
______  12:00P
M Seating or 
______  1:00PM Seating 
______  # of Adults attending 
______  # of Children attending
_______________ Girl’s Age’s ______________ Boy’s Age’s 
Please return this to the office you received from at or call 345-1000, the offices of TF Brown’s and give information to Maud no later than December 19, 2014

Event Date and Time

December 25, 2014 - 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Tuesday, December 16, 2014 at 12:50 pm

T.F. Brown's, Lions invite all to annual community Christmas dinner

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The Lions Club and T.F. Brown's are getting everything ready once again to host their annual community Christmas Dinner.

The Christmas dinner is free to members of the community who wish to attend, but reservations are required.

Children who attend will receive presents from Santa.

If you would like to donate toys for the children, T.F.'s is hosting a happy hour Thursday evening. Bring in a toy and the first cup of cheer is on the house. Be sure to wear an ugly sweater and you could win a prize.

Seatings for dinners -- noon, 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., Christmas Day.

To make reservations, call (585) 345-1000. You'll be asked to provide the number in your party, the seating you wish to attend, and the names, ages and gender of the children attending.

Pictured: Dan Milliman, Jeff Pangrazio, Rick Mancuso, John Murray, Joe Teresi and David Johnson.

Friday, May 2, 2014 at 10:06 pm

Buffalo 716ers stop by T.F. Brown's to meet local hoops fans

Members of the Buffalo 716ers, a professional basketball team in the American Basketball Association, made a personal appearance at T.F. Brown's tonight. Jerry Smith, proprietor of the Showtime Sports Academy in Batavia, organized the event. Smith is taking on several projects to promote basketball locally and throughout the region.

From left are, Darnell Boswell, Devon Dawson, Anthony Hodge, Tawan Slaughter (the team's owner and coach), Jerry Smith Donald Felice (media agent) and Mario Williams.

Thursday, December 26, 2013 at 11:03 am

T.F. Brown's, Lions serve 320 Christmas dinners this year

post by Howard B. Owens in batavia, Christmas Dinner, T.F. Brown's

Write-up by Joe Teresi:

T.F. Brown's and the Mancuso Family added another year to its long tradition of serving a Traditional Christmas Day Dinner to the Genesee County region. This year 320 meals were served on a cold, snowy Christmas Day.

The day started early as Rick Mancuso and his early morning crew arrived at the Restaurant just after Santa touched down at their house to prepare the restaurant for the dinner guests and ensure the dinner would be ready on time. The Batavia Lions Club assisted with serving the meal as well as providing toys to all of the children in attendance. This year the Community had an opportunity to assist in the dinner when T.F. Brown's hosted a holiday Happy Hour where customers dropped off toys for the event. The event was well attended with both the United Way of Genesee County and the Batavia Rotary making it their December meeting. A special gift for the holiday diners, was a poinsettia courtesy of Larry Delre and Delre’s Greenhouse.

In addition to the Christmas Day crew, special thanks go out to T.F. Brown’s staff including chefs Frank Yanik and Jeff Pangrazio. Also Maud Charpin in the office who handled reservations. The dinner would not be possible without the support of T.F. Brown's vendors who assisted with the Dinner, including the breadman, Jeff Condidorio. Also, thanks to all the social service providers who assisted us in getting the message out to the community.

While Christmas maybe over, the Mancuso Family looks forward to carrying on the this tradition in 2014.

Wednesday, December 18, 2013 at 5:19 pm

T.F. Brown's, Lions, ready to serve annual community Christmas dinner

T.F. Brown's and the Lions Club of Batavia will host their annual community Christmas dinner Dec. 25.

The dinner is free to all.

There are two seatings available, noon and 1 p.m. 

An RSVP is requested by Dec. 20. If planning to attend, please call (585) 345-1000 and let Maud know how many people are coming, for which seating, and the gender, ages and first names of children.

Children will receive a present from Santa.

T.F. Brown's is located at 214 E. Main St., Batavia.

Pictured are: Tony Scalia, Joe Teresi and Michael Tomaszewski from the Lions Club and T.F. Brown's owner Rick Mancuso.

Saturday, September 14, 2013 at 9:06 am

Sponsored Post: Join us for the 1st Annual Yuengs and Wings Fest! Saturday September 14th, 4-8 p.m.

Join us for the first ever Yuengs and Wings Fest. Saturday September 14th 4-8 p.m. to benefit Genesee Cancer Assistance. It's sponsored by T.F. Brown's, Big Pauly’s Pizza and the Yuengling Brewery.

This event will be held on the patio at T.F. Brown's, located at 214 E. Main St., in Batavia. The participating vendors are: T.F. Brown's, Big Pauly's Pizza, Main Street Pizza and Batavia’s Original Pizzeria.

Tickets can be purchased at the door.

Each vendor will bring their favorite flavored wing. The $10 ticket price gets you three wings from each vendor -- so 12 wings for $10. We will donate $5 from each ticket to a local charity.

Live music on the patio during the event, with $2 cans of Yuengling Lager and Light Lager. Music entertainment provided by the Strummerz, and Rich Conroy from 4 – 8 p.m. The evening entertainment is Brent Persia.

Yuengs & Wing Fest is sponsored by T.F. Brown’s, Big Pauly’s Pizza and Yuengling Brewery. Proceeds will benefit Genesee Cancer Assistance.

Saturday, August 10, 2013 at 12:59 am

Former St. Jerome's Hospital employees hold reunion at T.F. Brown's

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More than 100 former St. Jerome's Hospital employees got together Friday night at T.F. Brown's for old times' sake.

Betty Lupino said that for years she would run into former employees who would say, "we should get together, we should get together." But nobody was doing it, she said, "so I took the bull by the horns and called a few people."

"We're just people who worked together and we got along well and we wanted to renew old acquaintances," she said.

Pictured, from left, Maudie Kahn, Lupino, Gloria Grohs, Mike Rimmer and Don Lewis.

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