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Location Lee-Whedon Memorial Library                                                         

620 West Ave - Medina, NY      

Saturday, October 16 · 11:00am - 5:00pm

 

 

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Medina Mustang Band Community Day

 

Many Medina residents came out today on this sunny afternoon and enjoyed Medina Mustang Band Community Day @ Butt Park South Main, Medina, NY. Face Painting, Dunking Booth, Bounce House and Concessions. The winner of $5,000 Cow Chip BINGO was #232 Lisa Russo.

ORLEANS COUNTY, NY — Police Blotter

 

KENDALL, NY - HARASSMENT: Brain A. Millard, 30, 1523 West Kendall Road, Kendall was charged Wednesday with second-degree harassment. Deputy Amy Jenks charged Millard as a result of domestic incident where he threatened to kill the victim. Millard is scheduled to appear Oct. 18 in Kendall Town Court

DWI: Valerie M. Boyer, 46, 13826 West Lee Road, Albion was charged Tuesday with driving while intoxicated and aggravated driving while intoxicated with a child in the car. Deputy Tom Marano charged Boyer as a result of a traffic stop on Ridge Road in Town of Murray. Boyer reportedly had a 2-year-old child as a rear-seat passenger and the child’s mother was intoxicated in the front seat. Boyer is scheduled to appear Oct. 25 in Murray Town Court. Additional charges are possible.

ORLEANS COUNTY, NY — Police Blotter

 

GAINES, NY - POSSESSION: Craig A. Davis, 20, 12 Westfield Dr., Medina was charged Sunday with unlawful possession of marijuana. Deputy Jim Defilipps charged Davis as a result of vehicle stop on Ridge Road in the Town of Gaines. Davis was found to be in possession of a small quantity of marijuana, a smoking pipe and a grinder. Davis is scheduled to appear Wednesday in Gaines Town Court.

LYNDONVILLE, NY - HARASSMENT: Christopher J. Hemann, 48, 12229 Lakeshore Road, Lyndonville was charged Saturday with second-degree harassment. Deputy Tom Marano charged Hemann as a result of a domestic dispute where he allegedly pushed and spat at the victim.

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United Way of Western Orleans Confident of Reaching Goal

MEDINA, N.Y. -- United Way of Western Orleans has set a pretty ambitious goal for its 2011 campaign, but it is one campaign co-chairmen Dick Berry and Patrick Weissend are confident they will reach.

The goal of $140,000 was announced during the campaign kickoff breakfast Tuesday morning at Shelridge County Club.

Board president Bill Hunderford introduced guests and agencies represented.

Robert Waters thanked the board for a one-time donation last summer to the Sandstone Society.

''The donation you made to get us started gave credibility to this community's first endowment fund,'' Waters said.

Other guests included Judy Koehler, president of United Way of Eastern Orleans; Chris Fix, campaign associate from United Way of Genesee; and Medina Mayor Adam Tabelski.

Jim Fletcher spoke to the audience about how he learned to read from Orleans County Adult Reading Services, one of the 16 agencies funded by United Way of Western Orleans.

Old Fort Niagara's Haunted Fortress

As the leaves change their colors and the temperatures begin to drop, the spirits return to Old Fort Niagara for the annual Haunted Fortress. For two nights only experience the dark side of Fort Niagara as ghosts and ghouls from the past walk among the historic buildings on Saturday, October 16 and Saturday, October 23.

Tickets are $12 per person and available by pre-sale only with credit card. Reservations can be made daily between 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. by calling 716-745-7611. Bring a flashlight, dress for the weather and wear sensible footwear. The Haunted Fortress is not recommended for children under 8 years old.

For more information, visit www.oldfortniagara.org or call 716-745-7611.

Orleans County Investigation Nets 51 Arrests

ORLEANS COUNTY, N.Y. -- A year-long investigation into the sale of illegal drugs concluded Tuesday with the arrest of 51 people within two counties, according to Supervising Investigator Joseph F. Sacco of the Orleans County Major Felony Crime Task Force.

 The arrests ranged from upper level to lower level drug dealers from Orleans and Monroe counties and were the result of the execution of a series of 15 search warrants over a four-month period in Orleans, Monroe, Niagara and Genesee counties. Ten of those searches and arrests were made early Tuesday morning.