Weekly Feature

2006-08-16 / Business

M e et i n g s

Niagara Greenway

Commission to

hold meeting

The Niagara River Greenway Commission will hold its tenth meeting to plan for the establishment of a new Niagara River Greenway at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 22 at the Niagara Arts and Cultural Center, 1201 Pine Ave., Niagara Falls. The commission was established by the governor in his 2004 State of the State address and signed into law September 2004. It will aid in the planning and development of a greenway of interconnected parks, river access points and waterfront trails along the Niagara River from Lake Erie at Buffalo to Lake Ontario at the site of the historic Fort Niagara. For more information regarding the Niagara River Greenway Commission and related documents, visit www.niagaragreen way. org.

Ed Tech Day set

at schools,

centers in Buffalo

More than 100 informational technology professionals from companies and organizations throughout Western New York will donate their time and technical expertise to fix, upgrade or improve the performance of computer equipment in a dozen area schools and community centers on "Ed Tech Day," scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 29 at Infro Tech Niagara, 420 Main St., Buffalo. Ed Tech Day volunteers help educators and community volunteers enrich the lives of students by improving access to modern computer tools. The program sets up computer labs for educational use, including the installation or configuration of a reliable network and mainstream personal computer tools. For information, call 847-5519.

Free retirement seminar planned

for women

Western New York women over the age of 50 can get free retirement planning advice at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 14 in the Center for Tomorrow on the University at Buffalo North Campus at a seminar sponsored by the UB Office of Planned Giving. For more information, call 829-2632.

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