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  • Mayor discusses need for growth with Rock City Seniors

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  • Wouldn’t it be nice if stores like T.J. Maxx, The Christmas Tree Shop and Burlington Coat Factory decided to locate in the city of Little Falls owned quarry area?
    Mayor Robert Peters urged members of the Rock City Seniors and other clubs to write letters to these stores and express a need for their merchandise.
    At the Rock City Seniors’ Sept. 11 meeting Peters spoke of the need to encourage growth for the area. He told members Price Chopper would be opening and that the project’s recent hold up was due to the rebidding process. He also told members the old Gilbert’s Mill and the former Andrew Little’s have new owners and that things are looking up.
    A bake-less bake sale took place at the meeting to raise needed funds.
    Get well wishes were sent to Gilda Adi, Gloria Terenzetti and Ed Gray.
    Candles were lit in memory of Bill Warner and Stella Slopnick.
    Birthday wishes were extended to Mary Backer, Joan Smith, Heather Dawes and De Shaver.
    A committee for the Christmas party will consist of Dawn Kaminski, Barb Gillen and Joan Smith.
    The 50/50 winner was Argie Viskup.
    Refreshments were provided by Mary Backer, Gloria Terenzetti and Tilly Doyle.
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