OLAF FUB SEZ: According to California Gov. Jerry Brown, born on this date in 1938, “The reason that everybody likes planning is that nobody has to do anything.”
Easter Basket Wish
A rainbow of jelly bean,
Yellow, red and green,
Chocolate rabbits, dyed eggs,
More than you’ve ever seen.
Little yellow chicks,
To fill your tummy.
When it’s delivery time
For the Easter Bunny,
My fondest wish
Is it will be hot and sunny!
– Joyce L. Wilson
READY TO EAT – Roast beef is on the menu from 5 to 7 this evening at South Buffalo Post 721, American Legion, at 136 Cazenovia St. Dinners are $8.50 and include mashed potatoes and gravy, vegetable and salad. For info, call 825-9557.
LOOK AND LISTEN – The Kenmore Mercy Hospital Auxiliary holds its annual book sale from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. from Tuesday to Friday in the hospital atrium. In addition to gently used books, there will be DVDs and CDs. All proceeds benefit the hospital.
IRON AGE – The story of the local steel industry will be the topic at the next general meeting of the West Seneca Historical Society at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Senior Center, 4620 Seneca St., West Seneca. Guest speaker will be Don Williams from the Steel Plant Museum of Western New York in Buffalo. Refreshments will follow. All are welcome to attend.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT – Lockport Mayor Anne McCaffrey, will be the featured speaker at noon Wednesday in the 57th Annual Community Lenten Luncheon Series in Emmanuel United Methodist Church, 75 East Ave., Lockport.
Cost is $7.50 for the lunch, which this week is pot roast, catered by Molinaro’s Ristorante. Desserts will be provided by the women of the church.
IT STILL MOVES – The Penn Dixie Paleontological & Outdoor Education Center and the Williamsville Space Lab Planetarium team up for “Galileo: The Power of the Telescope,” a planetarium show Wednesday evening in the planetarium in Williamsville North High School, 1595 Hopkins Road near Dodge Road, Amherst.
Doors open at 6. Shows are at 6:30 and 7:15. The planetarium can seat up to 70 viewers. No pre-registration is required. The program is free and open to the public.
If there are breaks in the clouds, telescopes will be set up for viewing of planets and constellations in the Amherst skies, including Jupiter in the south at about 8 p.m. and a waxing moon in the southeast. For info, call Penn Dixie at 627-4560.
REUNION TIME – The Niagara Falls High School Class of 1951 will meet for dinner at 6 p.m. Saturday in the Bakery Lounge, 3004 Niagara St., Niagara Falls. For reservations, call Shirley Bevacqua at 297-6566.
The Kensington High School Class of 1974 will hold an all-70s reunion Aug. 1 and 2 in the Holiday Inn Buffalo-Downtown, 620 Delaware Ave. Friday will be a casual reception. Saturday will feature dinner and a program.
All ’70s era alumni and teachers are welcome. For details and registration materials, email firstname.lastname@example.org by May 1. Those without email may leave a message at 207-8686.
Seneca Vocational High School will hold its 20th annual golf tournament and picnic on Aug. 22 and 23. The golf tournament on Friday will be at Chestnut Hill Country Club, Darien, with a social that evening in Magruder’s Restaurant, 4995 Broadway, Depew.
Seneca Vocational’s Class of 1964 will hold its 50th reunion at the picnic Saturday in Fontana’s Grove, 2440 Clinton St., West Seneca. For info, call Bill Obermeier at 876-8939 or Tom Tripp at 839-5868 or visit www.senecaalumni.com.
Organizers of a St. Ann’s School reunion Aug. 2 for the classes between 1954 and 1973 are trying to locate students, staff and priests who were at the school during those years. Interested parties are asked to call Pat Iszkiewicz-Mustillo at 359-6295 or email her at email@example.com.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY – Ted Nolan, Milt Northrop, Terry Grandy, Collette Schoellkopf, Jason Gruenauer, Terry Grandy, Joe Sikorski, Barb Panek, Olly Jagodzinski, Roe Hoffman, Margaret Rawski, Isaiah Hart, Maureen Pronobis, Gerri Danieu, Patty Orlowski, Matt Stasio, Dean Miceli, Chris Campese, Regis Marralle, Jeff Nowak, and Daniel Regan.