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Back-to-School=Fall Fundraising at North Buffalo Applebee’s Restaurant

Back-to-School=Fall Fundraising at North Buffalo Applebee’s Restaurant

It’s the first weeks of school and that means students, youth sports teams and organizations are looking to raise money for everything from new uniforms and equipment to class trips.

From flapjack fundraisers to dining-to-donate events, local groups can earn cash for their respective organizations with fun, community-based fundraisers at any one of Applebee’s participating restaurants, including the North Buffalo location.

In 2010 alone, T.L. Cannon Companies, the franchisee for 61 Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar restaurants across upstate New York and Connecticut, helped groups raise more than $2.41 million. Locally, Applebee’s restaurants across Western New York raised more than $356,000.

To learn more about fundraising opportunities at your local Applebee’s restaurants, visit www.tlcneighborhood.com.

The Great Debate: Dunkin Donuts vs Tim Hortons

The Great Debate: Dunkin Donuts vs Tim Hortons

It's a decision that most Western New Yorkers make every morning: Dunkin Donuts or Tim Hortons.

For most that decision is almost instinctual, but with both chains having a strong following we have to ask, who's better?

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Best Taste in Buffalo: Bistro Europa Chosen as Winner

Best Taste in Buffalo: Bistro Europa Chosen as Winner

For the past month, 2 Your Town asked viewers who they thought had the best food in Western New York and with 434 total votes cast the winner has been chosen.

Bistro Europa located on 484 Elmwood Avenue took the top spot for your favorite place to eat-out with 57 votes.

Kenmore Mercy Joins the Meatless Monday Movement

Kenmore Mercy Joins the Meatless Monday Movement

Kenmore Mercy Hospital is joining the “Meatless Monday” movement, by leaving meat off the cafeteria menu one day a week. The hospital’s cafeteria, Dining Inn Café, is now offering vegetarian entrees on Mondays under a plan announced earlier this month.  

The first Meatless Monday happened during World War I, when Americans were encouraged to give up some of their staple foods to aid the war effort. During World War II, it became a way to help supply food for war-torn Europe.
 

Decades later, the purpose has changed but the method is much the same – get creative, get meatless one day a week.  Today, the movement is spreading across the globe.  Kenmore Mercy Hospital is doing its part by helping cafeteria customers to be more aware of the impact their food choices have on the environment. 

Black Rock Arts with BUFFALO Unscripted

Black Rock Arts with BUFFALO Unscripted
Join the Black Rock Arts Community to tell your story of Black Rock.The Grant•Amherst Business Association is hosting the fabulous film crew from the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The Trust is creating a documentary project called BUFFALO unscripted.

This project is in support of the National Trusts National Conference which is being held in Buffalo in October.

Buffalo Local Pledges to Go Bald for Bob Harper

Buffalo Local Pledges to Go Bald for Bob Harper

On August 8th, Gene Baur, President and Co-Founder of Farm Sanctuary will be coming to Minty Wellness, a spa, hotel, and restaurant located in Darien Center. beginning at 4pm, Gene Baur will talk about the first 25 years of Farm Sanctuary, stories of rescue, and his national best seller "Farm Sanctuary: Changing Hearts and Minds About Animals and Food".