Tonawanda News

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October 23, 2013

BALL DROPPED

Organizers say lack of money, volunteers led to event's demise

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Tonawanda News — Darling said that she believes the one piece of the festivities, the Kids Fun Zone event, will continue at Salem United Church of Christ in Tonawanda. As far as the other events, she wouldn’t mind seeing a holiday miracle.

“Miraculously, if someone came forward and said, ‘I can pay for everything,’ we certainly would scramble,” she said. “I would like to see someone come forward to do that ... but in today’s world ... I don’t think anyone’s going to do that. But it would be a nice Christmas present.”

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