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Letters to the Editor for the Week of Nov. 15, 2012

Nosky’s contributions help golf course enjoy another great season

Editor, The Sun

The 2012 Eighteen Mile Creek Golf Course season is winding down with another successful and memorable year. Western New York’s weather was hot, beautiful and conducive to great conditions at the course.

Those whose participation with season passes, weekly men and women’s golf leagues and those who just want to experience a challenge will attest to how well the facilities were run.

Kudo’s to Mary Nosky, who is the main vendor for the snack bar. At the course, she is a tireless employee who personally purchases, plans and sets up buffets, spreads of food and beverage before and after tournaments taking place throughout the season.

Most people are unaware of the time and effort she puts into these events.

Mary often puts in seven days a week, 12 hour days to achieve the means to an end.

Her personality and familiarity is what makes this successful.

The course, with its beautiful view and groundskeeping, maintenance crew and pro shops make this one of Hamburg’s great recreational areas to relax, socialize and challenge their golf skills. Thank you from Hamburg residents.

Margie Sweeney


Appreciation offered to those businesses from Hamburg who sponsored a scarecrow

Editor, The Sun

Thank you to the following businesses for sponsoring a scarecrow. Coyote Cafe, Village Hall, O’Briens Smokehouse, Main Street Ice Cream, Key Bank, Donovan and Company Hair Salon, Comfort Zone, Metro News, Buffalo Design Group, C21 Ganey, Fresh & Fluffy, Hamburgh Confectionery, Jeff Leyonmark Insurance, Picture Your Walls, Ten Thousand Vines, Mammoser’s, Ray Crinzi Jewelers, Gear for Adventure, Hamburg Optical, Benz Associates, Tim Horton’s, Q1 of a Kind, Melanie’s Eats and Sweets, Monroe’s Place, Clydes Feed and Animal Center, Southtown Audio and Video, Embraceable Ewe and Century 21 Mike Kaney. Their sponsorship money went toward prize money for the youth groups. Winners were determined by votes from the public. New this year was the judges award for the most unique and well constructed scarecrow.

This years winners: 1st place won $125.00 Brownie Troop No. 31143 sponsored by Main Street Ice Cream

2nd place won $75 Lakeshore Cooperative Nursery School sponsored by Metro News

3rd place won $50 Girlscout Troop No. 708 sponsored by Ten Thousand Vines

Judges award won $30.00 Girlscout Troop No. 31428 sponsored by Monroe’s Place

Thank you to the following groups that also took part in this community event: Hamburg High School Finance Academy, girlscout troop No. 30138, girlscout troop No. 30861, girlscout troop No. 39200, brownie troop No. 30267, St. Bernadettes brownie troop, Daisy troop No. 254, Hamburg Hot Shots 4H group, brownie troop No. 38002, girlscout troop No. 111, cubscout pack No. 509, Junior/Senior Sunday School St. Pauls Eden, girlscout troop No. 30668, St. James UCC Youth Group, Hamburg High School Donate Life Club, girlscout troop No. 884, Little Lamb Preschool, girlscout junior troop, brownie troop No. 38101, Union Pleasant Giving Garden Group, Hamburg High School Varsity Volleyball Team and Sassy Recyclers Club


Denise Fenton

Main Street Ice Cream



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