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Lockport still going strong at 150

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Mon, Apr 13th 2015 02:50 pm
Niagara County Legislator Wm. Keith McNall of Lockport, right, reads the text of a proclamation from the County Legislature to attendees at Saturday night's sesquicentennial observances in Lockport as Legislator Tony Nemi, also of Lockport, holding proclamation, and Mayor Anne McCaffrey look on.
Niagara County Legislator Wm. Keith McNall of Lockport, right, reads the text of a proclamation from the County Legislature to attendees at Saturday night's sesquicentennial observances in Lockport as Legislator Tony Nemi, also of Lockport, holding proclamation, and Mayor Anne McCaffrey look on.

Palace Theatre ceremony launches sesquicentennial observances

One-hundred and fifty years after officially becoming a city, Lockport is still going strong - something that was evident Saturday as hundreds of Lockportians packed the city's historic Palace Theatre to celebrate their history and dive into a birthday cake, complete with 150 candles.

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