170317 Frame Donation
James Neiss/staff photographer
Niagara Falls, NY - Local businessman Ron Anderluh spearheaded a project to match a frame and Mate to expand a public display of Niagara Falls Mayor portraits. The first frame ened with Jake Palillo. He and Mayor Paul Dyster unveiled the new frame and portraits on the city's 125th birthday.
Hey Jim, I'm going to send something out now because we just worked out logistics but tomorrow at 3 pm we're doing a flag raising ceremony with the AOH and a portrait unveiling. Ron Anderluh donated an updated version of the Niagara Falls mayors portrait that's hanging in the lobby
For Immediate Release: March 16, 2017
Contact: Meg Rossman | (716) 286-4310 | (716) 383-8973
ADVISORY: Mayor Dyster to Take Part in Flag Raising Ceremony, Portrait Unveiling Marking St. Patrick’s Day, City’s 125th Anniversary
Niagara Falls, N.Y. - Mayor Paul Dyster will take part in several events at Niagara Falls City Hall, Friday, March 17 to mark the St. Patrick’s Day holiday and the city’s 125th anniversary. The events will kick off with the unveiling of an updated portrait of past mayors, donated by city resident Ron Anderluh. The unveiling will be followed by a flag raising ceremony led by Mayor Dyster and the Niagara Falls chapter of the Ancient Order of Hibernians. Earlier this week, Mayor Dyster was presented with the Irish Tricolour at the monthly AOH meeting.
The AOH will celebrate their annual St. Patrick’s Day party at the Conference & Event Center Niagara Falls, kicking things off with the world’s shortest parade the same evening. The event will include a photo booth, family-friendly activities and a fireworks display planned by the Niagara Falls 125th Anniversary Committee.
WHO: Mayor Paul A. Dyster
Kevin O’Brien, AOH President
WHEN: 3 PM
Friday, March 17
WHERE: City Hall
745 Main Street
Special Assistant to the Mayor
City Hall - 745 Main St.
PO Box 69
Niagara Falls, NY 14302