Twenty years ago – 1993
Sascha Paul Fedyszyn, son of Capt. and Mrs. Thomas R. Fedyszyn of Brussels, Belgium, is one of 141 outstanding young Americans designated a U.S. Presidential Scholar, the nation’s highest honor bestowed upon graduating high school seniors. A graduate of the Brussels American School, Sascha is the grandson of Irene Fedyszyn of 327 Lake Shore Drive East, Dunkirk and the late Stanley Fedyszyn.
Thirty years ago – 1983
The Buffalo Bills recently arrived at Fredonia State University College to begin workouts at their training camp. In honor of the occasion, a Buffalo Bills flag was presented by Dr. Donald G. Corter, Fredonia dentist, to Fredonia Mayor Louis Mancuso. The flag (or pennant) will fly on the flagpole in Barker Common across from the Fredonia Village Hall during the duration of the Bills’ stay in Fredonia. All workouts are open to the public.
Forty years ago – 1973
Fredonia High School golfer Ron Imel was one of 10 western New Yorkers qualifying for the state Golf Association Championships to be held in August in Elmira.
Fifty years ago – 1963
The first annual Approved Quarter Horse Show will be held opening day of the Chautauqua County Fair. The feature events will be three quarterhorse races, the largest purse set at $100.