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Final Pavilion Events of the Summer

ORCHARD PARK, NY -- As summer winds down and Quaker Days 2010 comes to a close, there are still events to look forward to next week at the Orchard Park Pavilion.

On Tuesday, August 3 at 7:00 p.m., singer Doug Yeomans will hold a concert. Doug was at the Pavilion a few years ago, and after performing in Nashville and being featured on many recordings, he's back in Orchard Park.

The last concert of the season happens on Thursday, August 5 at 7:00 p.m. when the band Special Edition plays some classics, standards, jazz, top 40 hits, and a little bit of everything.

Farmers' Market Continues Through October

ORCHARD PARK, NY -- The Orchard Park farmers market opened in May, and will continue to provide the community with fresh goods until October 28th. The Market is held every Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Fox Run at Orchard Park in the Commons area.

Each week, local farmers and vendors sell a variety of fresh/frozen beef, honey, flowering plants, fresh cut flowers, eggs, dried herbs/spices and baked goods to seasonal fruit and produce.

Chamber of Commerce Offers Trip to China

ORCHARD PARK, NY -- The Orchard Park Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with the Western New York Chamber Alliance, is offering a week trip to China in late September.

The Chamber has offered the trip before, and Executive Director Nancy Conley says it is the "trip of a lifetime," having been on the trip previously.

The trip costs $1,999 per person for a 9-day tour of the country. The price includes roundtrip bus fare from Buffalo to the JFK Airport, roundtip airfare to Beijing, all accommodations while in China, meals, tour guides, bus fare in China, and any attraction fees.

If you would like more information, contact Nancy Conley at 662-3366 or opcc@orchardparkchamber.com.


8-Year-Old Wants to say Thank You for Saving his Life

ORCHARD PARK, NY--Eight-year-old Nick Mangano of Springville found himself in Women and Children's Hospital last winter following a snowmobile accident with his dad. After making a full recovery, he decided it was time to give back, and say thank you to the people who helped save his life. 

Nick set up shop in his uncle's garage in Orchard Park to sell off some of his old toys and belongings in an old fashioned garage sale.  Of course, many family members contributed items to raise money for Women and Children's Hospital. 

Back in March, Nick was riding on the back of his dad's snowmobile near their home in Springville when another snowmobile crossed their path and struck them, throwing Nick onto the ground.  Nick was taken by by Mercy Flight to Women and Children's with a ruptured spleen and broken facial bones.  But, after about a week in the hospital, he was well enough to go home.