The Amherst Central Alumni Foundation, Inc. will hold a dedication ceremony on Saturday, November 10 beginning at 9:30 a.m with refreshments in the high school cafeteria. The Veterans Memorial Bench will be dedicated at the flag pole at the main entrance of the high school as well as the official naming of the stone tigers, Duke and Ivy. The high school music department will be featured as well as an Amherst alumnus and veteran, Retired Colonel Edward Seiffert ‘58 (a 30 year U.S. Marine Aviator). A table and benches in the rear courtyard of the high school will also be dedicated, made possible by the generous donation of the Wilber family in memory of their parents, Correnne & Herb Wilber, Jr. Pole Banners in the Washington lot and in front of the Middle School were also made possible by the Wilber Memorial Fund. Mr. Wilber was a former guidance counselor and coach at the high school.
Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/299497357540847/
If you would like to make a donation to Amherst Central Alunni Foundation, Inc., please follow this link.
Amherst alumni involved in the launch and daily operations: Steve Biegner ’89, Mimi (Olin) Fierle ’81, Scott Fierle ’80, Sue (Storfer) Currie ’84, Emilie Piette ‘16, Barbara (Jansen) Maisch ’84. The fundraiser is being sponsored by John Dengler ’82, Jean (Cain) Dengler ’79 and Daniel Dengler ’74.
Fundraiser for Daily Bread Food Truck
Thursday, October 11th, 2018
5pm – 7pm
Under the tent at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church
4001 Main St., Eggertsville, NY 14226
$25 includes food, beer and drinks
Tickets can be purchased at wnyimpactfoundation.com or at the event.
About Daily Bread
Daily Bread Food Truck is Buffalo’s first and only non-profit food share truck. Their philosophy is based on the “get one, give one” principle: during the summer months, when you purchase certain items from the menu, the money will provide a meal to hungry families in the community. 100% of the truck’s overhead costs have been provided by generous donations that allow them to take every dollar beyond supplies and staff costs and put it toward meals during the winter months. UPDATE: On September 13, 2018, an engine fire cut the food truck’s season short and rendered it a total loss. Fundraising efforts are in effect to replace the truck.