Former Buffalo Bills running back Thurman Thomas will be the featured speaker at Hilbert College's activities concerning National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week (Oct. 20-24).
Thomas will talk at 7 p.m. on Oct. 23 in Hilbert's William E. Swan Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public. Call Phyllis Dewey at 926-8930.
The Monday Quarterback Club will stage its next event at HSBC Arena on Monday. The group will present its Distinguished Citizen of the Year Award to Dr. Andrew Cappuccino, a Buffalo Bills team physician. Dr. Cappuccino treated Bills' tight end for his cervical spine injury last year. Call 693-3807 or visit www.mondayqbc.com.
BASKETBALL: The Niagara Falls Boys and Girls Club is recruiting teams for the Biddy Basketball League. Divisions are age 6-10, 11-12 and 13-14. The 10-week season begins Nov. 15, and entry fee is $100. Call 282-7181.
GOLF: The Delaware Women's Golf Club will have its season-ending dinner tonight at 5:30 at Pettibones Restaurant at Dunn Tire Park. Trophies and prizes for the season will be awarded.
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