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On the Record / Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2005

> Wednesday's events

Professional groups

* Upstate New York Business Continuity Planners, presentation and open forum, 1 p.m., Erie County Emergency Services Operations and Training Center, 3359 Broadway, Cheektowaga. Call Bill Burke, 848-5215 or Jack Saviola, 887-7007.


* The Williamsville Community Education and Consulting Task Force, 3-session "Building Your e-Business" program, 7 p.m., through Oct. 12., Williamsville District Office Training Center, 105 Casey Road, East Amherst. Reservations, call 626-8080.

> Hires/Promotions/Honors

The Park School of Buffalo appointed Anthony G. Billoni director of admissions and Carolyn Hoyt Stevens director of major gifts and development. Billoni previously was head of corporate relations and project coordinator for Art on Wheels at Burchfield-Penney Art Center. He has more than 20 years marketing and public relations experience and is a graduate from Empire State College and Buffalo State College. Stevens most recently was donor services officer at the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo and also served as the Buffalo Sabres project director during the development and construction of the HSBC Arena.

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The board of directors of the Presbyterian Senior Care of Western New York Foundation elected William D. Schulz chair for a one-year term. Schulz is an attorney with Duke Holzman Yaeger and Photiadis. Other officers: Vice chair, Roger D. Bollier; secretary, Philip W. Cowan and treasurer, Mary Collins Sanborn. Directors: Eric W. Connor, Elaine M. Pyne and William H. Richardson. The foundation accepts, administers and invests all charitable fund on behalf of the Presbyterian Senior Care and its affiliate facilities.

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Hiscock and Barclay partner Mark McNamara was recently listed in the Second Annual Who's Who in Law publication.

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The YMCA of Great Buffalo appointed Kelly Catherwood program development director at its corporate office. Most recently, Catherwood was an assistant manager at Enterprise Rent-A-Car in Hamburg.

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Lifetime Health Medical Group named Dr. Sayer Kathryn Gunn to the internal medicine team at its West Seneca Health Center, 120 Gardenville Parkway. Dr. Gunn completed her undergraduate degree at the University at Buffalo.

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The Waters of Orchard Park, a long term care facility, appointed Tracey Stein human resources director. Stein most recently was human resources assistant at the Waters of Aurora Park.

> Company items

Campanella Orthotics and Prosthetics recently expanded into the north towns with an Amherst office at 3680 Sheridan Drive near Millersport Highway.

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Gallery 51, a retail business offering handmade jewelry, note cards for every occasion, stationery, event planning, ethnic cards, lotions, precious stones and hand milled soaps, recently opened at 569 Elmwood Ave. The store is owned by Edreys and Alexa Wajed.

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online thymes launched to market the commercial property for lease or sale. The five-story 25,000-square foot property is located in an Empire Zone offering many economic incentives for relocation and renovation.

> Patents

Title: "Electrochemical cell having a multiplate electrode assembly housed in an irregularly shaped casing"

No.: 6,946,220

Inventors: Probs, Joseph M. (Williamsville, NY); Hall, Scott P. (North Tonawanda, NY)

Assignee: Wilson Greatbatch Technologies Inc. (Clarence, NY)

Date issued: Sept. 20, 2005

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