JCC Student Elections Held
Elections were held recently for student leaders at Jamestown Community College’s Jamestown Campus and North County Center. Serving as executive officers of Student Senate for the 2020-21 academic year are Ekaterina Grigoreva of Novosibirsk, Russia, chair; Icelynn Milliner of Jamestown, vice chair; Cassondra Doubek of Randolph, treasurer; and Masha Serjantov of New York City, secretary. Sophomore representatives include Marilynn Amborski of Westfield, Bagul Mammedova of Yoloten, Turkmenistan, Maksat Mametjumayev of Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, and Hannah Nichols of Brocton. Freshman representatives include Dylan Main of Falconer, Emma Moore of Dansville, and Zachary Roth of Erie. Heath Reed of Sherman will serve as the student representative to JCC’s board of trustees.
Monday Via Facebook Live
Members of the Jamestown Board of Public Utilities will meet via Facebook Live at 4 p.m. on Monday. Members of the public may watch the meeting at www.facebook.com/jamestownbpu/live. Any public comments to be read or questions to be asked during the public comment period of the agenda must be received in writing by noon the day of the meeting via USPS mail or by email to the secretary of the board at email@example.com.
WACS PTO Meets Oct. 6
WESTFIELD — With newly elected leadership and a new name, the Westfield Academy and Central School Parent Teacher Organization, formerly Parent Connection, will hold its next meeting Tuesday, Oct. 6. The PTO’s mission is to enhance and support the educational experience for all students, to develop a closer connection between school and home by encouraging parent involvement, and to improve the school environment through volunteer and financial support. Executive board members are as follows: Celia Molitor, president; Jenny Montalbano, vice president; Johanna Kelley, treasurer; Kim Maras, media coordinator; Cassie Farrell, secretary; and Patty Bowen, parent representative. For more details visit the school website at www.westfieldcsd.org and click “Parent Teacher Organization” in the drop down menu, find WACS PTO on Facebook or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
4-H Barbecue Set For Oct. 9
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chautauqua County’s 4-H Youth Development Program will hold its first chicken barbecue fundraiser from 4-7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9, at Tractor Supply in Dunkirk, and Saturday, Oct. 10, from 4-7 p.m. at Runnings in Jamestown. The barbecue will be a drive-through style. The event is a part of the kickoff to the new 4-H year, National 4-H Week. The National 4-H week is held the first full week in October each year. Area 4-H clubs will have window displays with projects completed by youth and information on how to join 4-H. Chiavetta’s Catering will be providing the chicken dinners which also includes coleslaw, potato salad, and a roll. Tickets are available now for $11 from any 4-H member or by contacting the 4-H Office at 664-9502, ext. 212. Limited dinners will be available the day of the event for $12. Niagara Chocolate candy bars will also be for sale the day of the event. A non-perishable food drive will be held during the drive-through barbecue to benefit the JCC Student Food Pantry. Partially funded by Chautauqua County, 4-H is anticipating a funding cut in 2021. The annual Green Tie Affair that raised $29,000 for 4-H last year is also in jeopardy because of group size limits due to COVID-19.