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Dunkin’ Donuts and Rich Family Foundation Honor History of National Donut Day

Dunkin’ Donuts and Rich Family Foundation Honor History of National Donut Day

Today, Dunkin’ Donuts & Baskin-Robbins Community Foundation (DDBRCF) celebrated National Donut Day with Rich Family Foundation in support of The Salvation Army. The Salvation Army founded National Donut Day in 1938 to pay tribute to “Donut Lassies”, female volunteers, who provided donuts, for soldiers on front lines in WWI. 

The two philanthropic foundations came together to sponsor an event at Rich Product’s Customer Solution Studio to support the mission of The Salvation Army in a fun way. Students from the nearby West Buffalo Charter School were invited to take part in “sweet” contests and creative donut decorating as they learned the importance of giving back to their community through an educational magic show put on by one of Rich’s culinary chefs with help from The Salvation Army.

Four Lessons Grandparents and Grandchildren Can Learn Together

If you're a grandparent, maintaining a strong connection with your grandchildren is important, but that may become harder over the years as they leave for college or become busier building their careers and families. While they're just starting out financially, you have a lifetime of experience. Although you're at opposite ends of the spectrum, you have more in common than you think. Focusing on what you can learn together and what you can teach each other about financial matters may help you see that you're not that different after all.

Beckett Card Grading Event Scheduled at Bases Loaded Sports Collectibles

Beckett Card Grading Event Scheduled at Bases Loaded Sports Collectibles

Bases Loaded Sports Collectibles will host Charles Stabile, Northeast regional sales manager from Beckett Grading Services, from noon to 7 p.m. Friday, June 17, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 18, at the store, located at 794 French Road, Cheektowaga.

Beckett Grading Services provides collectors with the most thorough, consistent and accurate grading efforts available in the industry. Your BGS-graded cards will be returned in a unique, protective cardholder. Beckett uses an easy-to-understand one- to 10-point grading scale to rate sports cards, which are graded on four key categories: Centering, corners, edges and surface. Grades from each of these key categories will be considered in determining your card's final overall grade. Beckett also grades non-sports cards, photos, magazines, pocket schedules, gaming cards and tickets.

Nearing Retirement? Time to Get Focused

If you're within 10 years of retirement, you've probably spent some time thinking about this major life change. The transition to retirement can seem a bit daunting, even overwhelming. If you find yourself wondering where to begin, the following points may help you focus.

Reassess your living expenses

A step you will probably take several times between now and retirement--and maybe several more times thereafter--is thinking about how your living expenses could or should change. For example, while commuting and dry cleaning costs may decrease, other budget items such as travel and health care may rise. Try to estimate what your monthly expense budget will look like in the first few years after you stop working. And then continue to reassess this budget as your vision of retirement becomes reality.

Dunkin’ Donuts Adds Iconic WNY Flavor to Customer Experience

Dunkin’ Donuts Adds Iconic WNY Flavor to Customer Experience

BUFFALO, NY Dunkin’ Donuts is launching the unofficial start of summer with the new Loganberry Coolatta. The hometown flavor will be served exclusively in Buffalo Dunkin’ Donuts locations beginning today, May 30.

The new menu item will treat taste buds to a frozen version of the unique Buffalo staple. The tangy, fresh-tasting flavor of the loganberry, a real berry that is a cross between a ripe and tasty blackberry and a red raspberry, is combined with Dunkin’s signature Coolatta, creating an icy drink perfect for Buffalo summers.

What are some tips for organizing financial records?

Organizing your financial records is a cyclical process rather than a one-time event. You'll need to set up a system that helps you organize incoming documents and maintain existing files so that you can easily find what you need. Here are a few tips.

Create your system: Where you should keep your records and documents depends on how quickly you want to be able to access them, how long you plan to keep them, and the number and type of records you have. A simple set of labeled folders in a file cabinet may be fine, but electronic storage is another option for certain records if space is tight or if you generally choose to receive and view records online. No matter which storage option(s) you choose, try to keep your records in a central location.

Dalia’s Bridal to Hold Month-long Benefit for Food Bank of WNY

Dalia’s Bridal to Hold Month-long Benefit for Food Bank of WNY

Dalia’s Bridal, located at 4558 Main St. in Snyder, will hold a month-long sales event in June to benefit the Food Bank of WNY.

Throughout the month of June, visitors are asked to bring a nonperishable food item to the store that will be donated to the Food Bank. During this time, Dalia’s will also host its first annual “Spring Into Summer Clearance Sale” with 30 to 85 percent off select bridal wear, and select bridal gowns starting at just $99.

“A portion of all sales during the month of June will also be donated to the Food Bank of WNY,” said the store’s owner, Dalia Nowak. “The Food Bank plays a vital role in our community, and we consider it an honor to help them continue their service and outreach.”