I'm a big fan of supporting the arts, especially in local schools. I started clarinet lessons in fifth grade, played in concert and marching bands my entire school career and sang/starred in Singin' In The Rain in 1992!
Family and friends of Bryce Buchholz will gather at the Polish Falcons Club in Depew tomorrow evening (Saturday, August 25) to remember the 14-year-old who was killed by a drunk driver last May 3 as they try to raise money for a bike park to be built in Lancaster in Bryce's memory.
Friends and family of 14-year-old Bryce Buchholz are pulling together to honor the Lancaster Middle School student who was killed by a drunk driver last May 3. They're hoping to raise enough money for a bike park in Lancaster in memory of the teen. How can you help?
We all have moments in our life that stand out as we look back. I love watching my kids make memories like that. We were lucky enough this past weekend to make a few, and even luckier to capture them in photos!
Last summer, I told you an emotional story about a heart-swallowing moment during one of my son's travel baseball games. My son's best friend and teammate was hit in the head with a line drive while pitching during a tournament in Lewiston. This past weekend, our team returned for another tournament at the same park -- but with a much different ending this time.
We're closing out an era here at the Hagen household. My daughter, Jenna, and her girlfriends attended the "8th Grade Dinner Dance" this weekend as they wrap up classes and exams at Lancaster Middle School over the the next couple of weeks. In September, they'll be freshman at Lancaster High School. I can't help but feel the transition is somewhat bittersweet.
When tragedy strikes, so often we wonder what can we do? Many times the answer is nothing. This time is different. By attending this Saturday's Bone Marrow Registration Drive you could save the life of a young Lancaster boy. Yes, you could make a difference.
A little more than a week ago, a 14-year-old Lancaster Middle School student was killed when he was struck by a vehicle on Lake Avenue driven by a man police say had been drinking. The fatal crash happened in the midst of the high profile local trial of another man accused in yet another fatal hit-and-run drunk driving crash. Two children gone, two families grieving. This is crazy. How do we stop the insanity?
Funeral Services will be held today for 14-year-old Bryce Buchholz. The Lancaster Middle School student was killed by a hit-and-run driver last Thursday night while riding his bicycle on Lake Avenue. Police believe the driver had been drinking. While Bryce's family mourns his loss, his father has left his friends a message.
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