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Teen Built House to be Auctioned to the Highest Bidder

Teen Built House to be Auctioned to the Highest Bidder

Cash Realty & Auctions will auction a student built modular home on Friday, June 10 at 9:30 a.m. The three bedroom, one bathroom, 1,242 square-foot ranch was built by the high school students enrolled in Erie 1 BOCES building trades program.

For the past 15 years, students have built a home as part of a hands-on learning experience offered by public education via Erie 1 BOCES. The house has been inspected and meets building code. Updates to the floor plan include a larger common bath, a larger master bedroom, an electric fireplace, built-in computer work station and buffet, and a security system donated by Casco Security Systems.

Exhibition Features Children’s Works Inspired by Street Photographer

Exhibition Features Children’s Works Inspired by Street Photographer

Elementary and middle school students from South Buffalo’s Seneca Babcock community displayed their “street photography” skills at a Daemen College exhibition that was inspired by the works of American street photographer Vivian Maier.

The photographs shown in the April 21 exhibition, “Seneca Babcock Through the Eyes, Hearts and Art of Children: Part III,” resulted from a community art project overseen by Dr. Mary Wolf, Daemen associate professor of art education, and art education major Samantha Lora of Manchester.

UPDATE: University at Buffalo Individual Identified

UPDATE: University at Buffalo Individual Identified
UPDATE from University at Buffalo Police:"Thanks to assistance from the community this subject has been identified.

Decorated Veteran is First to Receive New Daemen Scholarship

Decorated Veteran is First to Receive New Daemen Scholarship

AMHERST, N.Y. – Daemen College student veteran Nicholas Pilozzi has been selected as the first recipient of the new Karamanoukian Scholarship established with a generous gift from board trustee Dr. Hratch Karamanoukian and his wife, Karen Karalus Karamanoukian.

“As a strong supporter of our veterans and our country’s military, I’m pleased to award this scholarship to a veteran as inspiring as Nick and to offer him financial assistance so he may achieve his educational goal at Daemen,” said Karamanoukian, a vein specialist and director of the Vein Treatment Center. “This gift will also add to Daemen’s commitment to provide student veterans the resources and support they need at the college, which has been a key focus of President Gary Olson and Vice President Michael Brogan.”

Fashion industry provides creative outlet for Kenmore student

Fashion industry provides creative outlet for Kenmore student

CHEEKTOWAGA, NEW YORK (March 2, 2016) – Fashion design has opened doors for Kenmore West student Maddy Lewandowski, an aspiring clothes designer.


Maddy will be exhibiting her designs along with 10 other students representing a total of eight local school districts at the “Limitless” fashion show. Students of the Erie 1 BOCES Fashion Design and Merchandising program will be modeling their creations on March 10 at Walden Galleria.


Maddy has been working on lace designs. She claims that lace can make nearly any outfit look ten-times better than it already does.


“I’ve always loved fashion, it’s just in my blood; it’s what I’m made to do,” Maddy stated.