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Legislators present donation to West Falls-Colden Community Library


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oneilj - Posted on 29 August 2014

Erie County Legislators Joseph C. Lorigo and John J. Mills are pleased to announce that the 8th annual West Falls-Colden Community Library Hot Dog Roast Fundraiser, held Aug. 9, raised $1,112 to support the library’s efforts to provide quality programming to the greater West Falls-Colden community. The donation was presented to Library President Gloria Potzler, Library Secretary Joanie Long and Co-Treasurer John Sacco during a presentation held at the library on Aug. 27.  Legislator Lorigo and Mills wish to thank the members of the community who attended the Hot Dog Roast and supported the library.