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December 12, 2012

Creative kids Sought


Tonawanda News — There will be new demonstations at Salem United Church of Christ, Darling said, including visits by the Niagara Dive and Rescue team and the Tonawanda Police Department, which will be presenting a child ID program. Buttons will cost $5 presale and $6 the day of the event. 

The fifth annual New Years on the Canal event will also feature family activities such as a merchant scavenger hunt, live music by High Horse from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. and food vendors on Sweeney Street and adult-oriented activites such as a Pub Crawl. For more information, visit, call 912-6761 or email

FOR MORE INFORMATION • Visit • Call 912-6761. • Email

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