Tonawanda News

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January 25, 2013

Tonawanda to host Winterfest


Tonawanda News — Other activities for kids include crafts and video games, like Just Dance. Those with the highest video games scores will receive prizes. 

Food and drinks will be sold at the Cafe and a Chinese auction for kids will also take place. 

The PTSA is looking for volunteers to set up, sell raffle tickets and help with the raffles. 

Olka said outside organizations will be on site for the first time this year. The National Guard will attend, as well as the fire department explorers’ club and UNYTS, a blood and organ donor organization. 

“They approached us and asked if they could come, just to spread awareness.” Olka said.

IF YOU GO • WHAT: Third annual Tonawanda Winterfest • WHEN: 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday • WHERE: Tonawanda Middle/High School • COST: Admission is free; food and drinks including chili to be sold

Contact reporter Jessica Bagley at 693-1000, ext. 4150

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