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Universal Pre-K Program Now Offered at The Belle Center

The Belle Center now has a Universal Pre-K Program. Universal Pre-K starts September 8th, 2010 and operates from 9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Monday – Friday.

It is FREE to any Buffalo resident child who is 4 years of age by 12/31/10. There are 10 Slots Available. For More Information contact the Day Care Director: Laurie Beck at 716-352-0685 or email: lbeck@thebellecenter.org.

5th Annual Kids Day Fest: Unity In The Buffalo Community

5th Annual Kids Day Fest: Unity In The Buffalo Community

Buffalo, New York – August 27, 2010 – The Belle Center Summer Camp program will culminate with its major Kids Day Fest that unites families in Buffalo for a day of fun and activities.

This event will take place 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Friday, August 27th, at 104 Maryland Street Buffalo, NY 14201.

Hundreds of families from all around Buffalo will join us in celebration of the culmination of a successful summer camp and unity in the community. Summer Camp at The Belle Center not only allows our children to experience the joys of the summer season, but it provides fertile ground for learning and cultural activities inside and outside of the city.

There will be food and beverages - hot dogs, snow cones, popcorn; entertainment and activities – obstacle course, face painting, games, a live DJ and more.

Peace Bridge to Honor Blessed Mother Teresa

A well-known international landmark will be aglow on the evening of August 26 in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Blessed Mother Teresa.

The Peace Bridge, which spans the Niagara River between Buffalo and Fort Erie, will be illuminated in blue and white, the colors of Blessed Mother Teresa’s order of women religious, the Missionaries of Charity.

Blessed Mother Teresa traveled the world, helping the poorest of the poor. During her lifetime, she brought her message of love and compassion for the destitute to Ontario and Western New York. The sisters of her order continue to minister where there is the most need. They are in Canada, the United States, and around the world, working in homes for the dying, in orphanages, and in hospitals.

The Vatican is currently considering Blessed Mother Teresa for sainthood.

Bishop Edward U. Kmiec, bishop of Buffalo, and Msgr. Wayne Kirkpatrick, administrator of the Diocese of St.

Peace Bridge to honor Blessed Mother Teresa

Peace Bridge to honor Blessed Mother Teresa

A well-known international landmark will be aglow on the evening of August 26 in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Blessed Mother Teresa.

The Peace Bridge, which spans the Niagara River between Buffalo and Fort Erie, will be illuminated in blue and white, the colors of Blessed Mother Teresa’s order of women religious, the Missionaries of Charity.

Blessed Mother Teresa traveled the world, helping the poorest of the poor. During her lifetime, she brought her message of love and compassion for the destitute to Ontario and Western New York. The sisters of her order continue to minister where there is the most need. They are in Canada, the United States, and around the world, working in homes for the dying, in orphanages, and in hospitals.

The Vatican is currently considering Blessed Mother Teresa for sainthood.

Bishop Edward U. Kmiec, bishop of Buffalo, and Monsignor Wayne Kirkpatrick, administrator of the Diocese of St.