City Council to Hold Voting Session

The Jamestown City Council will hold a voting session at 7:30 p.m. in the council chambers on the second floor of Jamestown City Hall. The public is welcome to attend. Prior to the voting session, representatives from Drescher & Malecki will present their report on the 2022 audit at 6:30 p.m. in the Police Training Room on the fourth floor of city hall.

Jamestown School Board to Meet Tuesday

The Jamestown Public Schools Board of Education will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the board room of the administration building, 197 Martin Road. The public is welcome to attend.

Mobile Pantry Food Truck To Be In Ashville

ASHVILLE — The Feed More of Western New York Mobile Pantry Truck from Falconer will be at the Ashville United Methodist Church on Tuesday, Feb. 27 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 or is a Client of the Ashville Pantry. The food is no longer pre-boxed. Those receiving food should bring their own bags or boxes. For more information, call Martha at 716-763-9252.

First Lutheran To Host Lenten Midweek Services

The Rev. Ivy Gauvin, pastor of St. Timothy Lutheran Church in Bemus Point, will be the guest speaker at the midweek noon-time Lenten service at First Lutheran Church on Wednesday. The Rev. Mark E. Swanson, pastor of First Lutheran Church, Jamestown, will be the liturgist. Brian A. Bogey will be the organist. The Lenten services are sponsored by the Southwestern Conference Lutherans and will be held in the Memorial Chapel which is handicapped accessible. The 12 p.m. service will be followed by a soup, salad, and homemade pie luncheon in the church parlors for a nominal fee. The luncheon is sponsored by the First Lutheran Altar Society. The public is welcome to attend.

Bemus Point Library Looking To Add Friends Of Library

More than 100 years ago a group of dedicated individuals created the Bemus Point Library Study Club. Their mission was to support the library and provide education and literature to the community. The Study Club has transitioned into a Friends of the Library group but the mission has remained the same – provide support to the library. A reorganizational meeting of the group is planned for Monday, March 4, at the library beginning at 7 p.m. “This is a great opportunity for area residents to get involved and support the library” said Sara Goebel, current president of the club. “The only requirement is a desire to help the library and that help can take many forms. There is a fund raising component but also the chance to help with book sales, storytime, programming and general library activities.” The Bemus Point Library is located at 13 Main St., Bemus Point and more information about the Friends of The Library and their meeting is available by calling the library at 716-386-2274.


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