SUPPORTING LOCAL PROGRAMMING — Legislator John Mills presents a donation for $1,010 to North Collins Public Library Director Mary Muscarella, during a check presentation ceremony held at the library on July 23. Also pictured are town of North Collins Clerk Maggie Orrange and Library Board Trustee Tina Cosandier. The funds were raised on June 26 at the second annual hot dog roast fundraiser.
NORTH COLLINS — Erie County Legislator John Mills announced that the second annual North Collins Public Library hot dog roast fundraiser, held June 26, raised $1,010, to support the library’s efforts to provide programming and materials to the greater North Collins community.
The donation was presented to Library Director Mary Muscarella on June 23, during a presentation at the library.
“The North Collins Library saw a year-to-year increase of more than 25 percent, thanks to the support of the community,” Mills said. “I am looking forward to next year’s event and anticipate we’ll surpass this year’s record.”
“The North Collins Library appreciates the dedication of Legislator Mills to the library system of Erie County,” Muscarella said. “We plan to use the funds to offer more programs and materials to the residents of North Collins. The annual hot dog roast is quickly becoming a much-anticipated event of the summer here! Thank you, Legislator Mills.”
Mills’ hot dog roast fundraisers have raised nearly $40,000 for the libraries in his district.
For more information about the hot dog roast fundraisers or to speak with Mills, call the Erie County legislator at 858-8850 or email his office at email@example.com.