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Women Up On Blocks, official launch


Join us for a book release of… “Women Up On Blocks” by author, Mary Akers

On Saturday, June 13, 2009 From 6:00 – 8:00pm
at the Roycroft Copper Shop
31 South Grove Street, East Aurora, New York14052


Enjoy delicious hors d’oeuvres, a special presentation of the book, other women up on blocks, and the signature cocktail – “Red Stiletto”

Wearing your own red stilettos is optional
Book is available at the Roycroft Copper Shop Gallery for $14


By Credit Card – call 655-0261
By Check – Make Payable to RCC and send to:

Roycroft Campus Corporation
31 South Grove Street, East Aurora, NY14052

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Comments from Mary

Dec.02.2009 - 8:35 am
In response to: Best Gift Book
Well, I'm going to recommend a book that I helped to write, but that is actually my co-author's story. One Life to Give...

Published Reviews

One Life to Give: A Path to Finding Yourself by Helping Others
Published by Foreword Magazine
The author’s grandfather, Vladislav Paluchowski, makes a stunning sacrifice in order to help his family survive; he starves, so that his grandchildren might eat. This sacrifice...