Hamburg Central School District

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Diamond in the rough shines again
With the roll of a kickball, a newly refurbished sports diamond was put into play on the Union Pleasant Elementary School campus in August. The diamond on Pleasant Avenue was brought back to life thanks to collaboration between the school district, Village of Hamburg Parks & Recreation Department, PTSA and Hamburg Bulldogs Booster Club. After a couple of days of prep work, village recreation staff joined forces with parent and youth volunteers for the finishing touches that converted a grassy area back to a diamond. It’ll be used by Union Pleasant physical education classes during the school year and by the Hamburg Junior Baseball and Softball League for T-ball and girls’ softball during the summer. It’s also intended as a community diamond for neighborhood use, whether it’s children playing sandlot ball or family kickball games. Click here for more photos.


  • Girls basketball sets chicken BBQ

    Hamburg girls basketball will sponsor a BW's chicken BBQ on Friday, Sept. 30 from 2:30-6 p.m. in the High School cafeteria, 4111 Legion Dr. The cost is $10.

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  • Bulldog Dash kicks off from High School on Oct. 15

    Bulldog Dash 2016, a 5K fun run/walk, takes place on Saturday, Oct. 15 at 9:30 a.m. from Hamburg High School, 4111 Legion Dr. This race is sponsored by the Hamburg Bulldogs Booster Club, with proceeds to benefit the Hamburg High School Health Science Academy. The registration fee is $25 by Oct. 13 or $30 the day of the race.

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  • Boosters' bricks to pave the way at Howe Field

    A pathway paved with Hamburg nostalgia will be built brick-by-brick through a project launched by the Hamburg Bulldogs Booster Club. The boosters are selling engraved brick pavers to be installed in a commemorative walkway at the new entrance to Howe Field on Legion Drive.

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  • Register for fall Continuing Ed. classes

    Registration is under way for Hamburg Central's fall Continuing Education courses. Early registration is encouraged. Classes are for adults age 21 and older and encompass a range of interests, including art, finance, fitness, music, sports and swimming. Please note that the following classes are full: Wills, Trusts & Estates (B6), Avoid Losing Your Retirement (B8), Discover the Truth about Identity Theft (B9), Yoga (FN3), Sunrise Swim (SW1), Swim for Health (SW2), Deep Water Aerobics (SW6), Aqua Aerobics (SW7).

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  • Schools welcome senior citizen volunteers

    Senior citizen volunteers who enjoy working with children are needed to assist in Hamburg Central's elementary schools. Senior volunteers help with a variety of class activities. The program runs through the school year and the time commitment is flexible.

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