Buffalo City Clerk Julie Silbernagel came before the city council at their last meeting to give the latest city financial report to the council and to enter the information into the public record, at the request of Councilman Bill Hawley.
Trier shows off a rudimentary version of the new store where children choose their birthday gifts. She said no donations go to waste. Unused denim goes to charity program Sole Hope, which makes shoes for African children. All donated items that are not used are given to other organizations or are put in consignment shops to raise more funds for the program. Stained clothing is given to the Tongue River Quilting Club to use for quilts for people who have just completed chemotherapy.
A local program that assists foster parents and children during the transition is doing well since it began last year. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.
Saturday, the Sheridan Best Western hosted its first-ever fundraiser to help support the Wounded Warrior Project, an organization that helps thousands of injured warriors returning from the battlefield and helps provide assistance to their families.
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