Winter Series Program
The next 2023 Turner Winter Series Program is scheduled at the Robert H. Jackson Center for Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. The featured speaker is Arthur Stewart, president of Cameron Energy, who will present “Energy Reflections 2023.” In September 2021, Cameron Energy was featured in an hour long special on Fox Business News, titled “How Business Works with Mike Rowe.” Stewart spoke during the 2022 Turner Winter Series.
Lunch In-Person Event Meeting
The Small Business Development Center at Jamestown Community College will hold its next Women in Networking Chautauqua on Thursday at noon featuring Joy Reiss, a Sound Healing practitioner with a diploma from the Sound Healing Academy in Cornwall, England. The cost to attend the lunch in-person is $15 with check or credit card. The meeting will take place at Jamestown Community College in the Carnahan Building, Room 120. To make a reservation or for more information on this monthly program, contact the SBDC at 716-338-1024 or go to www.sbdcjcc.org.
Professor To Lead Algae
WESTFIELD — Dr. Courtney Wigdahl-Perry, State University at Fredonia professor, will lead a discussion on algae at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28, at the Patterson Library. Wigdahl-Perry’s topic is “Little But Fierce: All About Algae” and is the second in the Patterson Library’s “Faculty at the Fireside” series. The first presentation, “Evolution and Creationism” by Dr. Thomas Hegna, can be viewed on the Patterson Library’s Facebook page.
Busti Ladies Aux To Hold Swiss Steak Dinner
BUSTI — The Busti Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary will hold its inaugural Swiss steak dinner to honor veterans from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, March 4, at the Busti Fire Hall, 886 Mill Road, Busti. Veterans with a valid ID are admitted free. Tickets for guests are $15 each. Space is limited and reservations are required before Feb. 21 by calling 716-661-9064. Leave message with the number of dinners and a return phone number.
Sheriff’s Office Warns Of Scams
MAYVILLE — The Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday said it has received complaints of a phone scam going around. “The caller claims to be from the “Publisher’s Clearing House” and states that the recipient has won a sum of money. They are then instructed to buy prepaid credit or gift cards and are given a number to call back. Please be advised that this is fraudulent and you did not win any money. These scams are virtually untraceable as well. Please use caution.”