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Vendor Applications Being Received For Annual Busti Apple Festival

The Busti Historical Society met for a regular monthly business meeting May 2 at the Kitchen and Museum building next to the Mill. The main item of discussion was repainting the kitchen concrete floor. Arrangements have been made to have it done this summer. The Warren County Historical ...

Clever Speaks At Sinclairville Library

SINCLAIRVILLE — George W. Clever was the recent guest speaker at the Sinclairville Free Library on history. His speech was History From an American Indian View. Clever earned a bachelor’s degree from Buffalo State College and a masters from the State University at Buffalo, where he ...

Cassadaga Legion Auxiliary Meets

The Cassadaga Legion Auxiliary held their May meeting with 12 members attending including seven officers. Chaplain Paula Pattison reminded the ladies that at the County meeting and Unit 1286 on the 10th we will be memorializing seven members of the unit that passed away over the past year. ...

Cassadaga Legion Auxiliary Meets

The Cassadaga Legion Auxiliary held their May meeting with 12 members attending including seven officers. Chaplain Paula Pattison reminded the ladies that at the County meeting and Unit 1286 on the 10th we will be memorializing seven members of the unit that passed away over the past year. ...

CASAC Presents Life Skills Training To Lincoln Students

Leslie Bianco, Chautauqua Alcohol and Substance Abuse Council prevention educator, presented the Elementary Life Skills Training to Lincoln Elementary school fourth-grade classes recently. The eight-week lessons are being taught to third and fourth graders at Lincoln, Love, Bush and Ring ...

UPMC Chautauqua WCA Earns Gold Seal Of Approval

UPMC Chautauqua WCA has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for Hospital Accreditation. The Gold Seal of Approval is a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to providing safe and effective patient care. UPMC Chautauqua WCA underwent a rigorous, ...

Chautauqua Adult Day Care Receives Donation

Carolyn (Taft) Whitehead recently presented a check to Frank Bercik, director of Chautauqua Adult Day Services, and Karen Lucks, associate director. The donation was given by Serendipity, an eight-woman a cappella singing group. The group generously made the donation from funds raised at their ...

‘Queen Of May’ Announced

Mia Fanara was recently honored as “Queen of May” by Our Lady of Lorety Catholic Church in Falconer. The tradition of honoring Mary goes back as early as the 1800s when special devotions in May honored Mary as the Queen of May. Our Lady of Loreto continues the tradition each year by holding ...

United Arts Appeal Reaches Out To Local Businesses

A business can receive a lot of publicity for a modest contribution to the United Arts Appeal of Chautauqua County. UAA board members made that point in letters they sent to businesses at their May meeting. “There are so many wonderful, active businesses in our county,” said Julie ...

Young Introduces Silver Rose Bill

ALBANY — Veterans who have suffered from the effects of tactical herbicides such as Agent Orange would be eligible to receive a New York State Silver Rose Veterans’ Service Certificate under legislation sponsored by state Sen. Catharine Young, R-Olean, that has passed the Senate. Senate ...

Church News

The Salvation Army 83 S. Main St., Jamestown Temple Corps Captains John and Kimberly Merchant 11 a.m. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; Worship service with Major John Merchant; The public is always welcome to attend 130 McDaniel Ave. Jamestown Zachariah Musselman, Pastor Worship: ...

Project Sticker Shock Targets Underage Drinking

The Chautauqua Alcohol and Substance Abuse Council is collaborating with area businesses on Project Sticker Shock. CASAC is collaborating with Kim Carlson, RoBo Enterprise owner, also from “A Fresh Start;” Arthur R. Gren Co. Inc. and students from a variety of Chautauqua County School ...

JHS Names Students Of The Month

Cyrus Morano, a freshman at Jamestown High School, is the son of Chris Morano and Julie Morano. Cyrus played football in the fall for the freshman team and he is a member of Key Club. In his spare time, he enjoys playing games and watching sports. After graduation, Cyrus plans to attend ...

Two New Sets Of Bleachers Installed In Harmony Town Park

Baseball fans of all ages visiting Harmony Town Park in Watts Flats now have new bleachers to sit on while enjoying America’s favorite pastime. “Because our park is used from May until August continually on weekends and some weekdays, there (was) a desperate need for these bleachers,” ...

Infinity Arts Cafe To Host An Evening Of Jazz

On Friday, the Infinity Arts Cafe Friday Night Jazz Concert Series at 300 E. Third St., Jamestown, will feature “An Evening Of Jazz with Karl Lydell and Mark Alpaugh” at 7 p.m. The concert is supported with contributions from the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation. The evening ...

Fredonia Students Attend Scholars Conference

Five senior communication students from the State University at Fredonia, accompanied by Angela McGowan and Amanda Lohiser, assistant professors in the university’s Communication Department, presented research papers at the eighth annual James C. McCroskey and Virginia P. Richmond ...

Rodeo City Senior Citizens Of Gerry Discuss Car Care During Recent Program

GERRY — The Rodeo City Senior Citizens of Gerry met recently in the United Methodist Church for a luncheon and a program. Mike Johnstone, service manager of Auto Credit Sales in Jamestown, was the guest speaker. Johnstone wanted to provide information about car care, including regular ...

Cassadaga Cemetery Assn. Holds Annual Meeting

CASSADAGA — The Cassadaga Cemetery Association met recently for its annual meeting in the Jefferson Hall. The fiscal year for the association is from May 1, 2017, until April 30, 2018. The Cassadaga Cemetery dates back to 1817, and this year marks the 201st year. The cemetery was once ...

YMCA Hosts Y-Warz Mystery Dinner Event

More than 68 sons, nephews, grandsons and little brothers descended on the Jamestown Area YMCA’s Downtown Branch to help solve a Star Wars parody mystery dinner recently. The young Jedi Padawans and their adult Jedi leaders were treated to a beufet style meal which consisted of “Jabba ...