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Bulletin Board for Sept. 24

The Lou Reuter Memorial Scholarship run will be raced over a new course when it takes place at 9:30 a.m. Oct. 20. The fourth annual mile run/walk and 5K will start at Ben Franklin Middle School and finish on the track within Adams Field, passing the Lou Reuter press box. Proceeds will go to the Lou Reuter scholarship fund. The walk starts at 9:30 a.m. and the 5K run follows at 10 a.m.

Reuter was a dedicated teacher, coach and member of the Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda Board of Education. The scholarship will be presented to a Kenmore East senior who demonstrates community service, school spirit and finishes in the top 40 percent of his or her class.

Entry fee for the race is $20 and the first 200 to register will receive a free T-shirt. You can register online with a credit card at Call 983-5584.


The next meeting of the Buffalo Bills Booster Club will be held at the Paul Maguire Suite, Ralph Wilson Stadium, at 7:30 p.m. tonight. Guest speaker will be Jeff Miller, author of “Rockin The Rockpile.” Denny Lynch, former archive director, will be available with news from the Bills. Membership to the club is $15 per year. Contact Dick Zolnowski at 685-3247 for additional information.


The Buffalo Heat’s 18 & Under 4.0 Men’s Tennis team became the first local team at this level to advance to the national finals, which will be held in Tuscon next month. The team defeated the New Jersey 4.0 Men’s team in the Eastern Championships in Schenectady last month. Team co-captains are Don Nowak and Turhan Wilbon. Other team members are Drew Puleo, Brandon Pawlinski, Craig Pruitt, Ron White, Jerome Bunkley, Darren Saxon, Paul Frederick, Al Pawlinski, and Sam Deore.

Elsewhere in tennis, Mark Symusiak and Mike Walline will be part of the local squad that will be competing in the National 3.5 USTA Tennis Team Championships October 11-13 in Indian Wells, Cal.

BASEBALL: The Hilbert College team will host a clinic for boys ages 7-17 at the Hamburg campus on Saturday. Contact head coach Jim Pernick at 868-7551 or for individual, family and group rates based on the $50 per person admission charge for the three-hour session.

TENNIS: D’Youville College is seeking a head men’s tennis coach. This is a part-time position with a season beginning in Februar. Interested candidates must have playing and/or coaching experience and a valid driver’s license. Please apply by email, no calls accepted. Apply to Brian Cavanaugh, athletic director at Send a resume and names and contact information of three references.

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