Two hundred persons turned out March 6 at Antonio's Restaurant in Niagara Falls for the 90th anniversary celebration of Our Lady of Angels Association. Special guest for the evening was the Rev. Louis P. Trotta, C.M., a former Niagara University administrator and presidential assistant who received the association's Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his faithful devotion to the Blessed Mother and his dedication to spreading that devotion. He currently serves as assistant director of the Central Association of the Miraculous Medal in Philadelphia. In addition to receiving the award from the Rev. William J. O'Brien, C.M., executive director of Our Lady of Angels Association, Father Trotta also received the key to the city of Niagara Falls from Mayor Paul Dyster (pictured here with Father Trotta). Brother Augustine Towey, C.M., and Father O'Brien added to the evening's enjoyment with their humorous roasting of the guest of honor.