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WILLIAMSVILLE ELECTS TWO TRUSTEES

Two candidates running unopposed won four-year terms on the Williamsville Village Board Tuesday in the village's first-ever June election.

Incumbent Joseph Frese, who has served on the board since 1995, was re-elected with 117 votes. Newcomer Darlene Maple, who had the endorsement of outgoing Trustee Richard Langenfeld, received 130 votes. Both are members of the Harmony Party.

Theme chosen for reading program

NORTH TONAWANDA -- The head of the Reference Department of the North Tonawanda Public Library, 505 Meadow Drive, said the theme for the third Adult Summer Reading Program is "Summertime and the Reading is Easy!"

The summer-long program is open to residents of this city, Pendleton and Wheatfield who are 15 and older. Registration will begin on June 25 and continue through August.

The program will include prizes, raffles, concerts and activities, and there are no meetings, limits or fees.

For information, call Jane L. Olstad, reference librarian, at 693-3009.

Public invited to amateur radio event

The public is invited to learn about amateur radio operations during a 24-hour field day beginning at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Buffalo lighthouse on the Coast Guard base.

The Buffalo Lighthouse Crew of the Western New York DX Association of radio operators will sponsor the demonstration as part of Amateur Radio Week activities, taking place throughout North America.

The event is designed to test operators' abilities to set up and operate portable stations under emergency conditions. Operators will try to contact as many other field day stations as possible. More than 36,000 participated last year, according to chairman Dick Stein.

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