Delaware North Cos., where WIVB-TV morning anchor Victoria Hong will be taking a position as a director of corporate communications, is on the Forbes list of largest private companies, not the Fortune 500 as stated in a story in Wednesday's editions.
Those attending the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra free outdoor concert at 7 p.m. June 27 at the Knox House in Knox Farm State Park in East Aurora have the option of attending "Tapas on the Terrace," catered by the Roycroft Inn, for a donation of $100 per person, which will support the Friends of Knox Farm State Park's efforts to refurbish the main house. Tickets may be purchased at the Roycroft Inn or by calling 572-3981. Information on the dinner was omitted from a notice in Tuesday's editions.
The SMC Equestrian Center in Pendleton was previously owned by the grandmother of James Fauth. The property was bequeathed to Fauth and then inherited by his widow, Shannon White. A June 12 article incorrectly identified the previous owner and how the facility got into White's hands.
Celil Refik Kaya of Turkey won $10,000 for first place, Petrit Ceku of Croatia won $3,500 for second and Ekachai Jearakul of Thailand won $1,000 for third in the JoAnn Falletta International Guitar Competition on June 9 in Kleinhans Music Hall. The amount each won was incorrect in the June 10 editions of The News.
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