Max Testa has a pretty good idea what makes the Boys and Girls Club of Elma Marilla Wales work so well. He’s been there for about a decade, going first as a student, then a volunteer and later as an employee.
<p dir=”ltr”>Ben Ellmann gets a key hit in extra innings as the Elma team looks on. From left-to-right along the fence are Tanner Kulbacki, Pearce Greene, Colton Slade, Owen Hovey, Trevor Olsen, Joe Current, Jacob Virchau, Kyle Kwasniewski and Calvin Gawlik.<span> </span>
<p dir=”ltr”>Vincenzo Pattacciato corrals the ball from the outfield and prevents extra bases for Lakeview during last week’s contest.<span> </span>
<p dir=”ltr”>Pearce Greene attempts to break up a double play after being forced out at second base in a game against Lakeview</p>
<span id=”docs-internal-guid-e967c01b-cb68-fc5e-eaa6-53ce303f25dc”><span>Even the youngest members of the Somali-Bantu refugee community lend a hand to plant vegetables in the new community garden at Providence Farm. The vegetables were donated by Zittels Farm in Eden.</span></span>
<p dir=”ltr”>Annette M. Cwiklinski, of Perry, died Sunday, June 18, 2017 at her home. She was 57.</p><p dir=”ltr”>She was born March 29, 1960 in Warsaw, daughter of the late Eugene Wetmore and the late Connie (Grisewood) Metcalf.</p><p dir=”ltr”>Annette was a 1978 graduate of Letchworth Central High School. She was a dialysis secretary for the Noyes Memorial Hospital Dialysis Center in […]