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  • JOSH KUCKENS<br/><br/>A statue of an owl, created by Gregory Stone is unveiled as part of a memorial for Eva Trager Friday on Main street in Northampton.

Names added to Eva Trager memorial

They are: Al August & Family, Ann August Shops; Christina Cavallari, Serio’s Market; Bill Nagle, Bill Nagle’s Honor Court; Kay Sheehan, downtown ambassador; Norman Winston, Bran-Win Pharmacy; Stanley Zewski, Foster Farrar Co.

The statue, a bronze owl sculpture created by artist Gregory Stone, is located on the sidewalk in front of Trager’s former shop, Country Comfort. That storefront is now the location of JRich Clothing for Men.

The sculpture, known as “the Queen of Main,” in honor of Trager, was created in 2012 after a community fundraising effort to commemorate Trager, who died in 2011, and other luminaries who have made contributions to the city.

There will be a ceremony to recognize the new honorees at 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 12, the third anniversary of Trager’s death.

Psychologist Tom Wolff honored by APA

Pluta joins Cooley Dickinson Medical Group Diabetes Center

She earned board certification in both pediatrics and internal medicine, and maintains certification with the National Certification Board of Diabetes Educators and the American Association of Diabetes Educators. Pluta is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, a member of the American College of Physicians and is on the medical staff of Cooley Dickinson Hospital.

FSB offers free document shredding

Fresenius Medical Care Facility recognized

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