Candidates Forum Set For Wednesday

MAYVILLE — A Mayville Village Candidates Public Forum, moderated by WRFA’s Jason Sample, will be held Wednesday, Sept. 28 at 6:30 p.m. The event will be at the Carlson Center in Lakeside Park with mayoral candidates Jean Lobaugh and Richard Syper, along with trustee candidates Bill Ward, Eagle Harrington and Mark Perry hosting a discussion on the issues facing the village. Mayville has been the focus of a variety of conversations of late, including the waterfront activation effort, the need for a comprehensive plan, the Chautauqua Lodge project failure, and the opportunities for uptown growth. The public is invited and encouraged to participate, and written questions will be curated by Sample and presented to the candidates.

District Hosting Public Hearing Before BOE Meeting

At 5:45 p.m. before the regular Board of Education meeting, the district will host a public hearing on videoconferencing of board meetings under extraordinary circumstances followed by the start of the regular board meeting at 6 p.m. Both meetings will take place in the district board room, 197 Martin Road, Jamestown. The public is welcome to attend.

Mobile Pantry Truck Set Up At Ashville United Methodist Church On Tuesday

ASHVILLE — The Feed More of Western New York Mobile Pantry Truck from Falconer will be at the Ashville United Methodist Church on Tuesday from 10 a.m. to noon and 3 to 5 p.m. The truck brings fresh produce and some staple items. To receive free food, only proof of address from the following ZIP codes is required: Ashville 14710, Bemus Point 14712, Celoron 14720, Lakewood 14750, Niobe 14758, Panama 14767, Stow 14785 and anyone who lives in the town of Busti. Those attending should wear a face mask and keep six feet social distance while inside. The food will be pre-boxed. A volunteer will sign recipients in and take boxes to their car. For more information, call Martha at 716-763-9252.

Community Came Out And Supported 16th Annual Pig Roast

FREWSBURG — The Relief Zone recently held its 16th annual pig roast at its facility located in Frewsburg. The event was organized to benefit The Relief Zone Inc. “We host our pig roast each year and it’s always a great time of community support and engagement! So much of the community comes out to support us, from purchasing dinners to participating in our basket auction. It’s always an enjoyable time with some delicious food,” said Lisa Lyon, executive director of The Relief Zone, who thanked the volunteers and sponsors who donated time, baked goods and items for the basket auction. For more information, visit www.thereliefzone.org.


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