2014-08-06 / Front Page

Enemies no longer



A color guard comprising members of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 416, American Legion Lamm Post 622 and Canadian re-enactors opened a concert Friday evening at Island Park to mark the 200th anniversary of the establishment of the field hospital at “Williams Mills” as a U.S. Army hospital during the War of 1812 and the 200 years of peace that have followed. Pictured are, from left, Ronald Evans, Ron Harkins, Gregory Voye, Tom Richards, Ryan McClanahan, Carl Janish, Don Killian and John Heffernan. The Canadian re-enactors in red are John Sek and William Heykoop. With them is Amy J. Steiner, musical director of the Buffalo Niagara Concert Band. 
Photo by Patrick McPartlandPurchase color photos at www.BeeNews.com A color guard comprising members of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 416, American Legion Lamm Post 622 and Canadian re-enactors opened a concert Friday evening at Island Park to mark the 200th anniversary of the establishment of the field hospital at “Williams Mills” as a U.S. Army hospital during the War of 1812 and the 200 years of peace that have followed. Pictured are, from left, Ronald Evans, Ron Harkins, Gregory Voye, Tom Richards, Ryan McClanahan, Carl Janish, Don Killian and John Heffernan. The Canadian re-enactors in red are John Sek and William Heykoop. With them is Amy J. Steiner, musical director of the Buffalo Niagara Concert Band. Photo by Patrick McPartlandPurchase color photos at www.BeeNews.com

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