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2018-04-11 / Editorial

Spindle items

ANNA DEROSA
Editor

TEA TIME — Do you enjoy sipping a nice cup of tea?

A Victorian Tea will take place from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 21, at the Herschell Carrousel Factory Museum, at 180 Thompson

St. in North Tonawanda.

At the event, there will be a traditional three-course tea, featuring strawberries, scones, finger sandwiches and elegant little desserts. Visitors are encouraged to wear their finest hats and, if they wish, bring their favorite teacup. Entertainment will be provided by “Isabella Sutherland” of the famous seven Sutherland sisters who will be telling tales from her life.

The cost is $30 per person. Reservations are required, and seating is limited. To make a reservation, call 693-1885.

For more information contact info@carrouselmuseum.org or call 693-1885.

AWARD — Every Person Influences Children will be presenting an award to Charles A. Lindbergh Elementary School at the school’s PTA meeting tonight. The meeting will be held at the school, on the second floor in the library, at 184 Irving Terrace.

The award is to acknowledge and thank the school, the PTA and the students for collecting winter clothing items, such as hats, mittens and scarves, every holiday season for more than 10 years. These items were collected and distributed to close to 1,000 parents and children that EPIC serves through its various family support programs.

EPIC started providing programming at Lindbergh — as well as other Ken-Ton schools — in 2000 when Linda Croglia was principal. EPIC conducted its Parents as Advocates workshops, which is training that develops the skills of parents to help their children succeed academically; to build individual relationships with the child and teacher; to create a supportive home environment; and to understand school systems, academic standards, assessments and college/career readiness expectations.

Through this partnership, the PTA began its “Giving Tree” warm weather clothing drive to help the families that EPIC serves. For more information about EPIC and its programs, visit www.epicforchildren.org.

BASKET RAFFLE — Augustana Lutheran Church is holding a basket raffle on Sunday, April 22, at the church, located at 3143 Eggert Road in the Town of Tonawanda. Tickets will go on sale at 8:30 a.m. that day and will continue to be on sale until just before the drawing begins at 12:30 p.m.

There will be more than 70 baskets for a variety of interests, including a signed Ryan O’Reilly St. Patrick’s Day jersey; a signed Jason Pominville 2018 Winter Classic jersey; and signed Buffalo Bills memorabilia.

The event is wheelchair-accessible, and is a fundraiser for the Refugee and Immigrant Driving Program which is run by the church.

For more information, call 832-5720.

AUXILIARY EVENT — The Kenmore Mercy Hospital Auxiliary will hold its used book and media sale from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day Tuesday, April 17, through Friday, April 20, at 2950 Elmwood Ave. The sale will include books, CDs and DVDs at low prices.

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