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Evening Walks Tues. And Thurs.

WESTFIELD — Westfield Academy and Central School hosts evening walks from 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays through May 30 for those who want to get exercise during the winter months. With more than a mile in hallways throughout the school, there are walking paths for every ability and desire. Also, participants can walk the Heart Healthy Trail by following the heart symbols along the walls. Walkers may walk at their own leisure or be a part of a guided walk which is in progress. Registration is still open. Guided walks are led Robert Dyment, middle school/high school teacher. There is no fee. For more information, visit www.wacs.wnyric.org, click on the “Community” tab and scroll down to “Community Education.” Click on the Registration Information Page link and follow the directions to register. Information is also available by calling Mary Jo Andalora at 326-2151, ext. 325.

Reed To Hold Office Hours Wednesday

DUNKIRK — A member of U.S. Rep. Tom Reed’s staff will hold remote office hours in Dunkirk on Wednesday from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Staff will be available to answer questions, gather feedback and provide assistance with immigration, Social Security, veterans’ benefits and other issues related to federal agencies at the Dunkirk City Hall, 342 Central Ave., Dunkirk. Those unable to attend are encouraged to contact any of Reed’s offices in Corning at 607-654-7566; Geneva at 315-759-5229, Jamestown at 708-6369 or Olean at 379-8434.

Essential Oil Class Held Wednesday

WESTFIELD — A continuing education class on essential oils will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Westfield Academy and Central School, led by Sarah Myers. The class will teach those attending how to use essential oils and the chemical-free life. There will be an opportunity to sample various oils and make an item with essential oils to take home. The registration fee for this class is $20 with supplies. For more information, visit www.wacs.wnyric.org, click on the “Community” tab and scroll down to “Community Education.” Click on the Registration Information Page link and follow the directions to register. Information is also available by calling Mary Jo Andalora at 326-2151, ext. 325.

Fishing Season Kick Off April 2

The Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy invites the public to kick off the spring trout fishing season with updates on the state of the Chautauqua County trout fishery and Chautauqua Lake sediment and erosion control projects on lake tributary streams. The event will be held on Tuesday, April 2, at 5 p.m. at Shaggy’s restaurant located in the upstairs of the See-Zurh House in Bemus Point. The event is free and open to the public.

Lakewood VFD Golf Tournament Set

LAKEWOOD — The Lakewood Fire Department will be holding it’s annual four-person scramble golf tournament on Saturday, May 25, at South Hills Country Club. Proceeds will benefit the department’s equipment fund. Entry forms can be picked up at the Lakewood Village Hall during regular business hours, from the Fire Hall any Tuesday evening or can be printed from the Lakewood Fire Department’s Facebook page. Entries are due prior to May 4.

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