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Sunset Hill

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Association Announces Spring Cleanup

The Sunset Hill Cemetery Association is announcing its spring cleanup. Those who want to keep their wreath must remove them by Friday, March 31. Any remaining wreaths will be disposed of by the maintenance department.

South Dayton Plans Easter Fundraiser

SOUTH DAYTON — The South Dayton Fire Department Activities Hall is planning drawings for hams and Easter baskets and free refreshments to help support the South Dayton Volunteer Fire Co. at 7 p.m. Saturday. Any questions or pick-up information can be answered by calling Vice President Trish Stoll at 716-801-0916 or emailing trishandjason1118@gmail.com.

Chicken BBQ Scheduled For Sunday

SINCLAIRVILLE — The Sinclairville Volunteer Fire Company will host its second chicken barbecue of the year on Sunday beginning at noon and running until sold out. Orders can be eaten on-site or carried out. A full dinner is $15 and includes a half chicken, scalloped potatoes, roll, fruit cup, pickles and cookie. Beverages are available. A half-chicken only is available for $8. There is parking available behind the fire hall.

‘Environmental Green’ To Be Presented On Tuesday

On Tuesday, March 28, at 6:30 p.m. at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Jamestown, Twan Leenders, Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy director of conservation, will present “Environmental Green: How Our Ecological and Economic Health Can Only Improve Collaboratively.” Leenders will discuss how smart conservation is an essential piece of planning for smart economic growth and how people can best put in place policies to ensure they can sustainably maintain environmental health in a rapidly changing world while at the same time make improvements where needed. Leenders will also discuss the work that the Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy is doing to accomplish this, including some preliminary findings of the organization’s Comprehensive Regional Conservation Implementation Strategy — an analysis of the county’s entire surface area that identifies regions in greatest need of protection, as well as those areas where economic development makes the most sense. The presentation is free and open to the public and is co-sponsored by the Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy, GreenUp Jamestown, and St. Luke’s Episcopal Church of Jamestown.

Randolph School Board Meets April 12

RANDOLPH — The Randolph Central School Board will meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 12, in the library of the high school. The public is welcome to attend. Those who wish to attend are asked to contact Maureen Pitts, district clerk, at 716-358-7005 or mpitts@randolphcsd.org

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