Events are planned throughout Erie County to honor these men and women for their patriotism, love of country and willingness to serve and sacrifice. I encourage all Erie County residents to take time from your busy day to attend the Veterans Day Parade on Saturday, November 7, 2015. The annual parade starts at 11am beginning at Delaware Avenue and Edward, ending at Buffalo City Hall, and celebrates the heroism and courage of our local veteran community..
“It’s always a challenge to replace an All American lacrosse player. We went down the depth chart and said, ‘next man up.’ We moved on, but we missed him. Especially groundballs,” said Virginia coach Tiffany. But the community stepped in and now Beaver Valley is finding hope. We have many people come in and volunteer their time and help us out without us asking. Coming forward, our community is just great.
It almost doesn’t seem like work. I do know this: The kids are coming,” said Green. “The guys that are building the school right now, wow, what a phenomenal group of folks. It’s an age old conflict in professional sports the jocks vs. The bean counters who control their livelihoods. Asante charged that Banner and Roseman were little more than two nerds living out a dream with Jeffrey Lurie’s checkbook.
At the time, the Ducks were clinging to a 1 0 third period lead against the Minnesota Wild, with two very big points on the line. And Vermette, who had scored just once in the last 21 games, was having a miserable night in the faceoff circle. His 35.3% success rate was his lowest of the season..
1942: The RMS Laconia, carrying 268 British soldiers, 160 Polish soldiers, 80 civilians and 1,800 Italian prisoners of war, is torpedoed off the coast of West Africa during World War II. When Werner Hartenstein, commanding officer of the U boat that attacked the ocean liner, realized civilians and prisoners of war were on board, he surfaced to rescue survivors and called for more help. The next day, when an American B 24 Liberator bomber started attacking the U boats, the Germans ordered their submarines to dive, abandoning many survivors.
In other words, the town was already safe when Mounties decided they had to absolutely had to kick in High River front doors. That means their goal must have been something other than public safety or safeguarding valuable private property, the two excuses they are still giving to this day. On June 21 (the day after the flood), far we managed to effect the rescue and evacuation of 95% of the town of High River.