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February 10, 2014

EDITORIAL: 'Pints for Progress' getting our vote

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Attendees decided between a community garden on South Avenue and a project involving placing love letters to Niagara Falls around the city. (A very popular idea these days, see page 3A.)

The meetings, and what takes place, leaves a lasting effect for attendees.

“It’s amazing, everyday we’re reminded that good things are happening,” said Lana Perlman, who came up with the love letters idea. “Seeing people together, all like-minded, makes it all the more evident that the city is on the rise.”

It’s great to know things like this are happening in the community and we’re hoping that as more people learn about Pints for Progress, we’ll see attendance rise — as well as the impact of the group’s varied projects.

Keep an eye on the Gazette for word on the group’s next meeting.

 

 

 

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