The ninth annual Buffalo Brunch sponsored by Empire State Pride Agenda Foundation will be held at noon Saturday in Hyatt Regency Buffalo. Cecile Biltekoff will receive an award for her work in the community. Gay Men's Chorus will receive the organization award and HSBC Bank is recipient of the business award. Mel White, author of "Stranger at the Gate: To Be Gay and Christian in America," will give the keynote address. For tickets and information, log on to www.prideagenda.org or call Lynn Tranchell at 698-9782.
Professional Nurses Association of Western New York will hear Dr. Gayle Beck present a continuing education program on post-traumatic stress after a dinner at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in Holiday Inn Amherst. Professional nurses are welcome. For reservations, call 839-4075.
Supervisory Border Patrol Agent Dan Allman will give a program for Williams Mills Chapter of National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, at 7 p.m. Tuesday in Beechwood Residence, Getzville. Officers will be elected and Polly Krull will be hostess.
Tan Tara Golf Club Ladies Golf Leagues will open their season at a dinner at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the clubhouse, preceding a showing of golf equipment and apparel. Nancy Sanderson and Midge Flanagan are chairwomen. Officers of the nine-hole league are president, Joy Pfohl; vice president, Jackie Mongiovi; secretary, Carol Perez; treasurer, Shirley Fell; tournament chairwoman, Rosemary Fries. Officers for the 18-hole league are president, Diane Charsley; vice president, Pat Gordon; secretary, Nancy Fleischauer; treasurer, Sue Sawicki; tournament chairwoman, Patty Hanavay.
Mary Ann Moeller will review "Hawaii" by James Michener for Students' Club of Buffalo at noon Wednesday in the home of Loretta Anker in Tonawanda.