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Learn to Make Fabulous iPhone Photographs at Audubon

Learn to Make Fabulous iPhone Photographs at Audubon

Jamestown, NY – If you wonder if your iPhone can give you better, more interesting photographs than you’ve been taking, the answer is “Yes!”

On Saturday morning, August 20, 2016, at the Audubon Nature Center’s iPhoneography workshop you can learn from photographer Cathy Panebianco how to make artistic photographs with your iPhone.

During the 10 a.m-12 p.m. class, you will learn to use your iPhone to take, and create, more imaginative photographs. You will learn tips and tricks, new apps, and creative ways to use your iPhone photographs.

Bring your fully charged iPhone (4 or higher). Make sure you have an Apple iTunes account so that you can purchase a couple inexpensive apps. While not required, students may want to download the following before class: Camera Plus (camera replacement app), Snapseed (editing app), and Hipstamatic.

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Church of the Annunciation to Host Annulment Workshop

Church of the Annunciation to Host Annulment Workshop

The Church of the Annunciation, 7580 Clinton St., Elma, will host an annulment writing workshop from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday, Oct. 3, in Selbert Hall. The session will include all the information you need on annulments and recent changes, and how to start writing your history.  

To reserve a place at the workshop, please call the parish office at 683-5254. Walk-ins are also welcome, with sign-in taking place at 6:45 p.m. There is a $5 registration fee, payable that night, to cover the cost of materials. 

For more information on the Church of the Annunciation, please visit www.annunciation.cc.

Buffalo State Recognizes Upward Bound Students

Ninety students from three Buffalo high schools just completed the academically focused Upward Bound residential program at Buffalo State. They will be recognized during the Upward Bound awards banquet on August 11 at 7:00 p.m. in the Campbell Student Union Social Hall.

Maureen Hoyler, president of the Council for Opportunity in Education (COE), will give the keynote address during the banquet. COE is a nonprofit organization that provides professional development, program improvement, and advocacy for nearly 2,800 federally funded college opportunity programs at almost 1,000 colleges and universities nationwide.

For years Hoyler has been a voice for low-income, first-generation students, and individuals with disabilities. As president, she oversees management of the Washington office and the fiscal affairs of the association while serving as the primary liaison between the association and Congress.  

Moslow Brothers Celebrates 100th Anniversary with Introduction of Buffalo-themed and Custom Products

Moslow Brothers Celebrates 100th Anniversary with Introduction of Buffalo-themed and Custom Products

Moslow Brothers, manufacturers of quality custom-crafted products for the award, recognition, engraving and gift industries, will celebrate 100 years of doing business in Buffalo in 2017. To celebrate their century long achievement, they are introducing a new line of Buffalo-themed items to their product list!

Located at 375 Norfolk Ave. in Buffalo, M.A. Moslow & Bro. Inc. was founded in Buffalo in 1917 by Martin Anthony Moslow, great-grandfather of current owner David Moslow. The business got its start manufacturing wood products for the U.S. Army during World War I. In 1930, David’s grandfather, Joseph Moslow, took over the company and began manufacturing wood furniture frames for another Buffalo-based business, the Kittinger Furniture Company. David’s father, Neal, guided the company into the awards and recognition industry in 1960.

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Explore Buffalo’s Annual Architectural Pursuit Returns on August 20

Explore Buffalo’s Annual Architectural Pursuit Returns on August 20

It’s back! The third annual Explore Buffalo Architectural Pursuit returns on Aug. 20. Look high, look low, and look straight ahead and right under your nose to find unique architectural details and historic trivia. This year, the popular scavenger hunt will be searching the Theater District for architectural clues. The highest scored team wins, but all participants get to enjoy a post-hunt party at Cabaret, 490 Pearl St., Buffalo.

Arrive at Cabaret between 12:30 and 12:45 p.m. to check in with your team. Instructions will be given at 12:50 p.m., and at 1 p.m. teams will be released to begin searching.

Dunkin’ Donuts Brings Cold Brew Coffee to Buffalo

Dunkin’ Donuts Brings Cold Brew Coffee to Buffalo

Buffalo, NY (August 3, 2016) — Dunkin’ Donuts guests can enjoy a new coffee experience, as Cold Brew coffee is now available at all participating Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants in Western New York. Guests are invited to try a free sample of the Cold Brew coffee at local WNY Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants on August 5th and 6th between 10am and 2pm. Dunkin’ Donuts’ Cold Brew coffee is prepared by steeping a special blend of coffee in cold water over an extended period of time to extract a distinctive, rich flavor from the beans. The longer brewing process provides a rich, smooth coffee with an inherently sweeter flavor reminiscent of dark chocolate. Cold Brew offers another exciting choice for those who prefer their coffee cold, along with the brand’s signature Iced Coffee. Launched first in the metro New York and California markets earlier this summer, Cold Brew coffee is crafted by hand in Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants in small batches and served each day while supplies last.

Mary Queen of Angels School Seeks Secondary Math Teacher

Mary Queen of Angels School Seeks Secondary Math Teacher

Mary Queen of Angels Regional Catholic School, 170 Rosewood Terrace, Cheektowaga, is currently accepting applications for a secondary math teacher (grades 5-8). This is a full-time position.

Qualifications include a bachelor’s or master’s degree in education with NYS certification in childhood education and/or mathematics. Two years of teaching experience is preferred, but not required. Applicants should have knowledge of the NYS Common Core Math and ELA curriculum and modules for grades K-8, as well as the ability to work collaboratively with others. Good time management skills and the ability to lead a classroom with patience and flexibility are also required.