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Romulus Women's Auxiliary meets at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 2 in Original Pancake House, 2075 Niagara Falls Boulevard, Amherst, for Dutch-treat, dessert and coffee and a Northern Lites Candle Party presented by Cindy LaDuca. Chairwoman for the event is Sue Cuomo.


A fashion show and basket raffle benefiting Roswell Park Cancer Institute's "Relay for Life" will be held beginning at 6 p.m. Friday in Michael's Banquet Facility, Hamburg. Donation is $5; children 10 and under are free. For more information, call 880-0297.


A Ladies Night dinner and gift gathering party will be given by Dan an Lisa May at 6 p.m. Feb. 13 in Classics V Banquet Facility, 2425 Niagara Falls Blvd., Amherst, to benefit Mount St. Mary Academy's Chrysalis Dinner Auction April 8 in the school. For reservations or information, contact the school by Monday at 877-1358, Ext. 306.


Sue Tannehill of Spin-a-Story Tellers will give the program when Presbyterian Women of Central Presbyterian Church has a brown bag lunch at noon Wednesday in the church.


Woman's Club of Orchard Park will have a Victorian tea and luncheon at noon Wednesday in Pedaling History Bicycle Museum, 3943 North Buffalo Road, Orchard Park, preceding a tour of the museum. The club is planning a calendar luncheon for April 29 in the Columns banquet facility, Elma.


Jill Buerk will be luncheon hostess, assisted by Leslie Bahler and Barbara Wagner, when Wednesday Morning Musicale meets Wednesday in the home of Margaret Evans.

Evans and Marie Zak, duo pianists; Audrey Shafer, soprano, accompanied by Jean Hamlin, and mezzo soprano Joanne Goldman, accompanied by pianist Bettyalice Riehle, will give the program. Mary Ross Piller will be the "storyteller."


Martha Francis will speak on "Keeping in Touch," visits to shut-ins, when United Methodist Women of Christ United Methodist Church has a noon luncheon Thursday in the church in Snyder.

Ruth Circle members will be hostesses. Donation is $5 each. Janet Hill has been re-elected president of the organization for 2006.

Serving with her are vice president, Mary Jo Evans; assistant vice president, Florence Stengel; treasurers, Mildred Anderson, Phyllis Nicholson; recording secretary, Mary Ball; correspondence secretary, Barbara Burr; program resource secretary, Nancy Hess.

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