Weekend News Brief

Written by on June 11, 2022

For the first time since 1998 there is a planned airshow coming to the Genesee County Airport.  “Wings Over Batavia” is now scheduled for September 15th-17th and will feature exhibitions by aerobatic jet teams such as the Blue Angels, Thunderbirds or Snowbirds and patriotic displays of F16 and F22 fighter jets.  County Highway Superintendent Tim Hens talked about why there hadn’t been an airshow in 24 years.

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The air festival is scheduled to take place in conjunction with the renewal of the Wing Ding event on Sept. 16 in the City of Batavia.  

Nick Langworthy, New York Republican Chairman, is throwing his hat into the ring for the newly created 23rd district after Chris Jacobs announced he won’t run this year.  Langworthy is a Southern Tier native from South Dayton, N.Y.  While he never ran for congress until now, he has served a number of roles in Republican politics. Past roles include District Director for former Congressman and NRCC Chairman Tom Reynolds and Erie County Republican Chairman.  In 2016, former President Donald Trump named Langworthy to the executive committee of his transition team. Trump called on Langworthy again in 2019 to lead the NYS Republican Party, making him the youngest person to lead the party in its history.  He is running against Carl Paladino in the primary and Retired Air Force Colonel Max Della Pia running as the only democrat in the race.

The ARC Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch run, where an officer of the Genesee County Sheriffs ran the torch from park road to the ARC building on Walnut Street, took place on Thursday.  Sheriff’s Department Investigator Chad Minuto ran the 5k route and passed the torch to Scott, an individual in the ARC’s Day Habilitation Program who carried the torch over the finish line.  The Law Enforcement Torch Run is an annual event that has been held at the Arc Chapter’s Genesee County location since 2005 and the rain didn’t dampen the flame that brings awareness to athletes with disabilities and the Special Olympics. 

Usually you think of firefighters blasting water onto a fire to save a burning building but the Oakfield Volunteer Fire Department took delivery of a different kind of water this week.  98 cases of Anheuser Busch canned water were donated to the firefighters by the beer company to be given out at events or to people who need emergency water supplies.  Anheuser-Busch says that since the program began, the company has donated 4.8 million cans of emergency drinking water to more than 900 volunteer fire departments across 49 states.

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