Niagara Gazette


October 11, 2012

HAMILTON: Legislator Steed cried where Kimble once ruled


Niagara Gazette — Twenty-two months after you lost your first of two luncheons, it is we constituents who want to know why. Post script: In a conversation with Ken Generwick of the Niagara County Nutrition Program, I learned that his office is considering keeping the St. John’s facility open for three days a week.

Post-post script: With not enough youths in our neighborhood churches, and with them filled with seniors, here is a perfect opportunity for those seniors to help other seniors and get a nutritional meal at the same time. If you are over 60, or have enough members of your church or other social group that are, then why don’t you all take turns, each church or group, and send 10-15 people to St. John’s one day a week.

I hear that they have cake for dessert.

Contact Ken Hamilton at

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