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HELP AT THE HEARTH — The West Seneca Food Pantry will be conducting a new and used kitchen utensil collection on the last weekend of February.

Families who have relocated from Puerto Rico and residents of the West Seneca community will benefit from this collection.

Items needed are small appliances such as toasters, mixers, grills, cookware, pots, pans, knives, bowls, dinnerware, slow cookers and flatware. Clean bedding will also be accepted.

Donations may be brought to the West Seneca Food Pantry, 51 St. David’s Drive, behind Southgate Plaza, from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 23; 3:30 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 24; and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 25.

Donated items will be distributed by Ladies of Charity.

SKI DAY — Kissing Bridge has invited the Town of West Seneca to participate in a community ski day on Saturday, Feb. 17.

Any resident of the town who wishes to attend is eligible for a $20 lift ticket and $15 ski or snowboard rentals.

Tickets and rentals are available for purchase online until Friday, Feb. 16, at

For a group discount, residents should click on “shop,” then “Group Login” and enter “TOWN OF WS.” The password is “WSSKIS.”

JUNIOR LEAGUE OF BUFFALO GRANT— The Junior League of Buffalo has awarded a Community Assistance Small Grant in the amount of $7,000 to the Family Justice Center of Erie County.

The Junior League of Buffalo Community Assistance Small Grant program supports nonprofit organizations that are directly engaged in Western New York, addressing a demonstrated need in the community, have the potential to impact a significant number of community members, and will contribute in a substantial way to the quality of life in Western New York.

The Small Grants program awarded the grant to the Family Justice Center’s project that will directly engage and support the Junior League of Buffalo’s Community Impact focus area.

The purpose and mission of the Family Justice Center is to deliver comprehensive client services by its staff and partners to address offender accountability, safety, healing and prevention to enable clients and their children to break the cycle and live free from domestic violence, with more promise and hope for a successful future.

The $7,000 grant will be used to repair, remodel and restock the children’s play area in the Family Justice Center’s downtown location. The hope is to create a safe, stimulating environment for all children who visit the center. Last year, the Family Justice Center of Erie County saw more than 2,000 clients. Approximately 80 percent of those clients had children with them.

FISH FRIES — With the beginning of Lent comes the opportunity for many community groups to sponsor fish fries. Groups planning to hold these dinners during Lent are encouraged to send the information to our advertising department.

Anyone interested in placing a paid advertisement for a fish fry should contact Advertising Sales Director Brenda Denk at 204-4937 or at

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