Community

Falconer Releases Honor, Merit Rolls

FALCONER — Falconer Central School officials recently released the school’s second quarter honor and merit rolls. HONOR ROLL Sixth Grade: Isabella Anderson, Nathan Bailey, Lucas Barron, Channing Brainard, Brayden Brown, Hannah Cobb, Emily Crawford, Gabriel Delahoy, Savannah Devlieger, ...

Audubon Announces Two Scholarship Opportunities

The Audubon Community Nature Center is accepting applications for two different opportunities for students with an interest in wildlife and nature education. The deadline for applying for the 2019 Ryan Exline Memorial Scholarship is Monday, March 18. Since 2003, the education staff of the ...

Falconer Kiwanis Club Names Terrific Kid For December

Rachael Wallace, sixth grad, has been chosen as the Kiwanis Terrific Kid for December. Rachael enjoys gymnastics, bowling, drawing, dancing and singing. She is a member of Middle School Chorus and Youth Group. Her favorite subjects are science, math and ELA. Rachael enjoys listening to One ...

Boys, Girls Club Announces December Youth Of The Month

The Winifred Crawford Dibert Boys and Girls Club of Jamestown announces the December Youth of the Month. Youth are chosen based on attendance, participation and positive attitude. The WCD Boys and Girls Club is a United Way Partner Agency where “Great Futures Start Here.” Art Room: ...

Lind Family Honors Marvin House

In honor of the late Virginia F. Lind, the Marvin Community House received a donation from her family that includes a memorial stone and flagpole. The flagpole is equipped with automatic sensors which illuminate the flag at night. The Marvin Community House was one of the many civic ...

Audubon To Host Nature Play Day Saturday

Nature Play Days at Audubon Community Nature Center are when children can explore unstructured outdoor play in a safe environment while parents learn how to continue the nature play experience at home. Saturday, Feb. 16, from 10 a.m. to noon is the next opportunity for this experience for ...

Antique Car Club Elects New Officers

The Chautauqua Lake Region of the Antique Auto Club recently installed new officers. They are Jeanne Oag, newsletter chairman; Jerri Telford, Sunshine Girl; Nancy Rudny, vice president; Frank Tantillo, president; Chuck Telford, secretary; Greg Press, publicity; Jim Sackett, treasurer; and Ray ...

Empire State Devt. To Host Public Session Wednesday At 3rd On 3rd Gallery

Empire State Development will host a public information session from 10 a.m. to noon Wednesday, Feb. 13, at the 3rd on 3rd Gallery, 108 E. Third St., Jamestown. The Western New York Regional Economic Development Council has also made its “Letters of Interest” available online to ...

MHA Community Mental Wellness Event

The Chautauqua County Department of Mental Hygiene and the Mental Health Association in Chautauqua County will host a community mental wellness event from 12:30 to 3 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 12. Representatives from various agencies will showcase the services they provide. The theme of the ...

The Relief Zone 2019 Fundraising Committee Holding Prize Giveaway

The Relief Zone fundraising committee is holding its 2019 Winter Prize Giveaway to benefit the non-profit organization. The Relief Zone holds its annual prize giveaway to benefit children’s programming. Tickets can be purchased for a $5 donation by calling The Relief Zone at ...

Thule Lodge 127 First Meeting Of The Year Scheduled March 28

Thule Lodge 127 will begin its 112th year in the Jamestown area with the first meeting of the year scheduled for Thursday, March 28, at the Falcon’s Nest in Falconer at 7 p.m. The Thule Lodge did not meet during the winter months due to inclement weather conditions. Thule Lodge, a part ...

The Resource Center Recognized People For Years Of Dedicated Service

About 140 people were recognized for their years of dedicated service to improving the lives of people with disabilities when The Resource Center held its 34th annual Employee Service Recognition Luncheon. The event, held January 15 at the Chautauqua Harbor Hotel in Celoron, honored employees ...

Radio Club Officers Elected

Pictured are recently elected officers to the CCAFMA Radio Club. Standing, from left, Dave Thompson, technical adviser; Harry Fiedler, president; Bruce Isaacson, vice president; Patrick Norrod, secretary; Elaine Crossley, treasurer; Ed and Elaine Suleski, board members. Kneeling is Mardy ...

Zion Lutheran Receives AED Donation

Zion Lutheran Church in Frewsburg has received a grant to purchase an automated external defibrillator (AED) through the support of the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation’s Karl Peterson Fund. The portable electronic device automatically diagnoses the life-threatening cardiac ...

Support Audubon: Get Your Taxes Done, Plan for Spring, Have Fun

The next Audubon Hidden Exclusive opportunity is a photo session/meet-and-greet with Wild Kingdom’s Peter Gros before his show at the Struthers Library Theatre on Sunday, March 3. Audubon Hidden Exclusives include services, private programs and fundraising events offered by staff, board, ...

Cuomo’s Proposal For Student Loan Borrowers

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s 2020 budget proposal includes proposals to provide new protections for student loan borrowers. The protections require companies servicing student loans held by New Yorkers to obtain a state license and meet standards consistent with the laws and 93 regulations ...

Frewsburg Honor, Merit Rolls Announced

Frewsburg Central School recently announced its honor and merit rolls. Students on them are: HONOR ROLL Seventh grade: Haleigh Albright, Aleah Bjork, Greta Bollman, Garrett Brink, Zayne Cline, Gracie Conlan, Brendan Devereaux, Harrison Eckert, Delaney Erickson, Daylan Errett, Cameron ...

Take The Community Health Survey

Your drug store receipt invites you to take a survey, so does your fast food receipt: you could win $3000, or get a free breakfast sandwich. Surveys pop up almost every time you buy something online. It’s our bet that you’ve already been asked to take a few surveys this past week. On ...

Immigrant Workers Threatened

NEW YORK — Letitia James, state attorney general, is proposing legislation to hold employers accountable who retaliate against workers by threatening to expose their immigration status to federal authorities. The legislation would amend the New York Labor Law to clarify that unlawful ...

Safety Village To Celebrate ShamROCK N’ Roll Event

MAYVILLE — The Chautauqua Children’s Safety Education Village is gearing up to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on Saturday, March 16, with a community wide St. Patrick’s Day Party at Chautauqua Suites, 215 W. Lake Road, Mayville. This ShamROCK N’ Roll celebration will feature the ...