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1 lives in Alabama
8 live in Arizona
5 live in California
3 live in Colorado
3 live in Connecticut
29 live in Florida
2 live in Illinois
1 lives in Indiana
1 lives in Kansas
2 live in Maryland
3 live in Michigan
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Kenmore West Senior High School
Class of 1967

 Your Reunion Committee

Row 1 - Cathy McGowan Asarese, Peg Patterson Leous, Row 2 - Linda Edholm Infante, Paul Leous, Linda Mongielo-MacPherson Row 3 - Carol MacDermot, Sally Renshaw Russell, Mary Lou Koren Haug, Joey Shields VanDeWater, Ann Benham Egner

ANNOUNCEMENTS

   IT'S CURTAINS UP FOR THE CLASS OF 1967!

        

50TH HIGH SCHOOL REUNION

SATURDAY, JULY 29, 2017 - 6:00 pm

SHEA'S PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

Dress Code:  Hawaiian shirts, shorts & flipflops and sundresses to formal gowns and tuxedos. 

Your choice!  Wear whatever is comfortable! 

Help us out by ordering your ticket today!

To purchase your ticket, please send a check or money order for $67 per person by July 1, 2017  made payable to:   Kenmore West Class of 1967

Send your payment to:

Carol MacDermot

64 Oakridge

Kenmore, NY  14217

Tickets will be available after July 1, 2017 for $77.

Enjoy a very special and delightful gourmet feast prepared by one of

Western New York's Premier Caterers while catching up with old friends!

 Start with their famous International Antipasto Buffet

Butler passed Hors d'ouevres:

Spanakopita

Beef Tenderloin Brochettes

Chicken Satay dipped in a light Asian Garlic Sauce on skewer

Mini Crab Cakes served with a Spicy Dipping Sauce

Chef's Carving Station

Grilled tenderloin of beef with baby spinach finished with a bernaise sauce, carmelized onions, crumbled blue cheese and a bordelaise sauce served on Artisan French Rolls.  Hand carved at the station  for each guest.

Pasta "Action" Station

      Prepared to order at the station and served with fresh baked Asiago bread           and grated imported cheese.  Offerings include:

  Pasta Alla "Rosa"

          Penne pasta sauteed in extra virgin olive oil and garlic, artichoke hearts,   fresh basil pesto in a homemade Marina sauce;

Pasta Alla "Bianco"

               Penne pasta, roasted red peppers, broccoli florets, sun dried tomatoes,                                fresh basil pesto in a classic Alfred sauce.                

Dessert 

Ice Cream Sundae Bar!

Hand dipped vanilla and chocolate ice cream offered with assorted sauces and toppings, nuts, real whipped cream and Maraschino cherries!

Hi all

I have had some classmates ask about what to wear so I added info to the original page.  My suggestion is to wear whatever clothes you are comfortable in during summer in Buffalo... shorts,  hawaiian shirts, flipflops, sundresses, slacks, sports shirts, suits, tuxedos, whatever.  My guess is Paul will wear a hawaiian shirt and shorts and I'll wear a fancy dress in keeping with our contrary personalities (just joking).  Seriously, suits and other heavy clothing are not necessary unless that is what you find comfortable.  The most important thing is that you join us for a fun evening and feel comfortable.  As more and more people are indicating to me they are attending, I've not been able to keep track and haven't updated the list of attendees.

So, here's to the Class of '67 and our reunion this summer

Peg Patterson Leous

RESERVATIONS

Make your reservation to join us for this special event!

Please let us know as soon as you can if you will be joining us.  Tickets are available for $67 per person until July 1, 201 7 or $77 per person after that.  Provide your name and number of tickets you will need.  (Sorry, we can only accept checks or money orders.)

To make your reservation, Make a check payable to: 

Kenmore West Class of 67

Mail your check and information to: 

Carol MacDermot

64 Oakridge

Kenmore, NY  14217

Tickets will not be mailed.  Your name will be added to the registration list and you may check in at the reception desk in the lobby the evening of the event. 

 


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THINGS TO DO! 

The Electras, Class of '67 members Phil Smith, Rob Scheuer and Don Rutter,  will be swingin' the blues at River Grill every Thursday at 7:30 PM from May 25, 2017 through September 21, 2017.   For more info:  www.electras.net

BUFFALO RISING!

If you haven't visited Buffalo in a few years, you will be amazed at it's revitalization!  City sites such as Canalside, Riverworks, Silo City, Theatre District, Larkenville, Elmmwood Village, the "Chip Strip", Museums, Parks and so many more attractions, host well over 1,000 events during the Spring and Summer months.  Use the links below to check out what's new as well as some as the old favorites.

http://www.visitbuffaloniagara.com/

http://www.visitbuffaloniagara.com/business-type/canalside/

http://outerharborbuffalo.com/

http://www.ci.buffalo.ny.us/Home/Visitors

COMING FROM OUT OF TOWN?

There are many options as to where to stay but if you want to be near Sheas and downtown activities, there are several hotels to choose from.  Sheas is on Main Street and is on the upground section of the subway between the Theatre District and Canalside.  It is easy to get back and forth this way.  However, as Buffalo is experiencing a rennaisance, hotels downtown are significantly more expensive than those in the suburbs or near the airport.   If you do want to stay downtown,here are most of the hotels to choose from.

Hyatt Regency

2 Fountain Plaza, Buffalo 14202

716-856-1234

https://buffalo.regency.hyatt.com

Closest hotel to Sheas; on free subway line between theatre district and Canalside/harborfront.  Would require taxi to Elmwood Village, art museum and Delaware Park area.

 

The Westin

250 Delaware Avenue, 14202

716-858-5900

www.westinbuffalo.com

(Note:  opened 2016; 4 blocks west of Main Street – is on Delaware bus line; may want to use a taxi to Sheas)

 

InnBuffalo off Elmwood

619 Lafayette Ave, Buffalo, 14222

(716) 867-7777

www.innbuffalo.com

Historic B&N off Elmwood.  Would require car, public transportation or taxi to Shea’s and Main Street.   “InnBuffalo is a nine-suite boutique hotel located in the heart of the Elmwood Village, minutes from downtown.  Described as a “walkers paradise,” the Elmwood Village offers guests many choices when it comes to dining & shopping. Its close proximity to museums and colleges on an Olmsted designed Avenue,  InnBuffalo is a very unique property.”

 

Hampton Inn and Suites

220 Delaware Ave, Buffalo, NY 14202

716-855-2223

Book through Hampton Inn reservation site

At the corner of Chippewa and Delaware Avenue (the “Chip Strip) on the bus line .

Use a taxi or walk to Main Street to get to the subway to Sheas. 

 

Buffalo Mariott Harbor Center

95 Main St, Buffalo, NY 14203

716-852-0049

http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/bufbd-buffalo-downtown-marriot

At the foot of Main Street on a subway station, Directly adjacent to Canalside, Harbor Center and Key Bank Arena.  Free short subway ride  to Shea’s.  Great view of lake and buffalo but pricey.

 

Embassy Suites by Hilton

200 Delaware Ave, Buffalo, NY 14202

1 855-605-0319

Adjacent to Hampton Inn at Delaware and Chippewa in the heart of the “Chip Strip”.  Is on the

Delaware bus line.  You can use a taxi to Sheas or walk to Main street and grab the free train to Sheas.

 

Hilton Garden Inn Buffalo Downtown

10 Lafayette Sq, Buffalo, NY 14203

1 855-618-4697

 http://hiltongardeninn3.hilton.com/en/hotels/new-york/hilton-garden-inn-buffalo-downtown

On Lafayette Square and Main Street about 2 blocks from Shea’s.   You can use the free above ground subway train along main street to get to the Reunion, Chip Strip, and Canalside.

 

Courtyard Buffalo Downtown/Canalside

125 Main Street, One Canalside, Buffalo, NY 14203

716-840-9566

http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/bufdt-courtyard-buffalo-downtown-canalside

Next to the Marriott; at the foot of Main Street directly adjacent to Harbor Center, Canalside and Key Arena.  Free above ground section of subway train stop at the hotel runs directly to Shea’s.

 

Adam’s Mark Buffalo

120 Church St, Buffalo, NY 14202

(20th reunion was held there).  5 minute walk to Erie Basin Marina, Naval and Veteran’s Park and Canalside

 

Holiday Inn Express and Suites

601 Main St, Buffalo, NY 14203

1 877-859-5095

https://www.ihg.com/holidayinnexpress/hotels/us/en/buffalo

On Mainstreet near the Chip Strip.  You can use the free above ground rail train between the hotel, Sheas and Canalside.

 

The Lofts on Pearl

92 Pearl St, Buffalo, NY 14202

Affiliated with the Lafayette Hotel and Pearl Street Brewery.  Short walk to the upground rail train to get to Sheas and Canalside.

Loft inspired suites containing either one or two bedrooms with a full kitchen, marble bathroom with large soaking tub (accessible rooms have roll in showers), and a cozy gas fireplace.   Very pricey.  Sells out well in advance.

 

Hotel@The Lafayette

391 Washington St, Buffalo, NY 14203

1-844-279-2487

On Lafayette Square one block from Main.  Restored Lafayette Hotel with shops, restaurants and bar.

You can use the upground train to get to Sheas and Canalside.