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Pair researCh, idenTiFY whY PeoPle reloCaTe here seven common reasons given by individuals who were either firstManaging Editor time residents or those who had returned home after living away. In a 2010 report given to the Hayes and Bryant, who conducted Chautauqua County Department hundreds of hours of interviews, of Planning and Development, determined seven common Portland residents Brenda J. “themes” including: lifestyle and Hayes, Ph.D. and David Bryant, connection with family; friends Ph.D., outline their findings into and community; small town ambiwhy people relocate to the County. ence, beauty of natural resources/ Although their research remains outdoor activities; affordability; unfinished, the pair identified technology which allowed enBy Patricia Pihl

Brenda Hayes, Ph.D. interviewed families that relocated to the county.

trepreneurialism or the ability to work from home; the county’s agricultural base and cultural and educational opportunities. Hayes, who herself returned to the area after living in Philadelphia and other parts of the country for almost 40 years, says she told herself she would return after her oldest child graduated from college. “The more I was here the more I began to appreciate all that this area has to offer,” she said. Running a family grape farm with her mother, as well as continuing her professional life, Hayes said she would often encounter others like herself who had relocated to the county. She was curious what brought them here and decided to investigate. After teaming up with Bryant, the pair conducted 32 interviews, which Hayes says represented 70 people when spouses and children are counted. There were a few surprises, she states. First, those who relocated to the county in the last ten years were not all former residents. “Only 56 percent lived here previously. Forty percent were single people of

all ages; 28 percent had children under 18. Hayes states, “I imagined everyone would be retired like me and this was not the case.” She explains that those surveyed were not part of a random group of newcomers to the area, but were people “interested in sharing their enthusiasm for their new home.” She admits that the methods used were not scientific. After gathering and analyzing the information, Hayes says, “we wanted to find some way to utilize the information to attract people…to look at Chautauqua County and consider it a viable place to live, but adds “neither one of us were marketers… we each have jobs totally unrelated to this.” She envisioned writing a book or pamphlet featuring some of the families, but the time commitment prohibited both she and Bryant from finishing the project. “We figured we would somehow make it useful down the line- if anyone would be willing to do the continued on Pg. 2

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cessful and had a lot of repeat customers,” says John Siggins, a local historian and former contributor to the Chautauqua Star. “People of The Chautauqua Star is introducall ages loved to come and watch ing a new series, “The Lost Places of the races.” Chautauqua County,” to investigate those Satan’s Bowl of Death first came to little-known destinations and sites of life in the summer of 1939. Operinterest that existed once but are all but ated by the Auto Derby Club, the forgotten. If you know of a “secret” place racetrack was developed on the of the past, email pat.pihl@star-mediagrounds of the Frank Shaw Farm group.com or call 366-9200 ext. 209 on Big Tree-Sugar Grove Road Car racing enthusiasts from in Busti, approximately two miles Western New York and beyond from Maplehurst Golf Course. thoroughly enjoyed some glorious Historical archives reveal that jasummers in the Town of Busti over lopy car races were held on Sunday seven decades ago at Satan’s Bowl afternoons during the summer in of Death, an entertainment com1939, 1940 and 1941. The cost of plex that also was known as “the admission was a mere 25 cents, original jalopy racetrack.” with children accompanied by an While historians don’t have a com- adult being admitted for free. plete documented history of the The cars raced up and down hills venue, they do know the popularand through a creek, with very ity of the track in the region was little protection for their “open unprecedented during the early cars,” meaning the vehicles had 1940s. no roofs. Promotional signs and “It was a place that was very sucflyers for the weekly races always By Daniel Meyer

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referenced clear warnings that the racetrack “owners and operators are not responsible for accidents to riders or spectators.” The racetrack featured bleacherstyle seating for spectators and standing-room-only sections along part of the track for brave onlookers, with a modest concession stand offering a pretty limited menu to hungry and/or thirsty racing fans. Satan’s Bowl of Death was ovalshaped, with a dirt surface that was actually more like an obstacle course, especially when compared to the smooth surfaces used for speed at other racetracks. The front straightaway portion of the racetrack took all of the racers into a rather large hole of water and mud and up to the creek bed which led up to a steep hill. At the top of that hill was the second turn which took the races in between some large trees as they traveled along the back straightaway of the track before reaching

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the third turn. In order to travel to the fourth and final turn, drivers had to go down and eventually traverse through the wet and muddy mess at the end of the front straightaway. According to historians when World War II began, the racing ceased at Satan’s Bowl of Death for a variety of reasons, particularly the country’s demand that all gasoline and tire be rationed. Most other tracks across the country were also shut down, with many of the racecar drivers being pulled away from their hobby because they were needed to serve overseas. While it is believed that races eventually resumed at Satan’s Bowl of Death following the conclusion of the war, there is very little documented about events held at the racetrack during that time period, leading some to believe that the track never officially re-opened

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shopping the Perimeter By Patricia Pihl Managing Editor

While I am no health expert, wellness has always been a second hobby in my life. I don’t feel well when I’m not exercising or eating fresh, wholesome foods. However, I’m not a vegetarian and have become resistant to each passing dietary fad. One thing I will espouse however is a lifestyle of “clean eating.” It has no measuring, secret formulas or other nonsense. It is simply eating whole, fresh and unprocessed foods. What a simple and refreshing concept! Have you heard of “shopping the perimeter of a grocery store” to achieve your health or weight loss goals? When you walk in you usually see vegetables first. As you continue your circle you will see meats or fish, then dairy. We may come to the bread aisle as well, and there are options for healthy whole grains there as well. So the goal is to fi ll your cart with three quarters foods around the “perimeter,” or the outside part of the store, and then we don’t have as much room in the cart to go up and down the aisles continued on Pg 2


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after World War II ended in 1945. The property today is a mostly wooded area featuring a private farm. “From what I can tell I don’t think anything else happened there after the war ended,” says Karen Livsey, an archivist at Jamestown’s Fenton History Center. According to advertisements published in local newspapers in the 1940s, other events took place at Satan’s Bowl of Death besides racing. Parachute jumps out of airplanes and hot air balloon demonstrations were among the activities that

existing in harmony.” Beauty of Natural Resources/Outdoor Activities “Seventy five percent of the respondents cited the lakes and streams as a critical and appreciated aspect of the area’s beauty and charm, saying they participate in kayaking, boating, canoeing sailing and fishing.” The beauty of the green rolling hills and woods was a popular draw for half the respondents, as well as the four seasons. One person said “we came here for the weather; we wanted the seasons.” Another said, “its so green here.” Affordability/Cost of Living Over 78 percent of the interviewees reported that the low cost of real estate and the availability of land and older homes with architectural interest contributed significantly to the ability to relocate. Some commented that less expensive housing helped to offset lower incomes. Agricultural Base Chautauqua County has a strong agricultural history,

which serves as an attraction for many of our new and returning residents. “The emphasis on sustainable, locally grown food is another important feature among this new population,” Hayes says. The abundance of vineyards and wineries, organic farming, locally grown food, farmer’s markets and cooperative farms, were among the attractive elements listed. Cultural and Educational Opportunities Almost all participants shared their favorite cultural and educational venues, outlining access to local arts, music and life long learning, all at a reasonable cost, and in some cases, free. Along with musical and theatrical venues at Fredonia State, also mentioned were Chautauqua Institution, The Reg Lenna Civic Center, the Arts Council and Arts Trail, Jamestown Savings Bank Ice Arena, and Roger Tory Peterson Institute as well as the three area colleges ( JCC, SUNY Fredonia and JBC). Employment Opportunities/Technology Advances

son- West Grove, PA Friday, Feb. 15 Edmund J. Kujawa, Jr.Fredonia Virgil Jimerson- Cattaraugus Indian Reservation Dolores Trampe-Jamestown Tuesday, Feb. 19 Naim A Sefein Jeanett M. (Vincent) Viola Kulpa- Dunkirk Virginia Lawton- Dunkirk Northrop- Busti Monday, Feb. 18 Lorraine M. MuchaJennie Louise Sharp- Lake- Samuel J. CastiglioneDunkirk Jamestown wood Dorothy Rebuck ChesleySaturday, Feb. 16 Sunday, Feb. 17 Findley Lake Donna J. Birath- Falconer Steven M. Chandler- FreIsabella Moon Stanforddonia Dolores Trampe- JameJamestown Charles A. Baker- Jamestown Joshua L. Caldwell, Jamestown Scott E. Swanson- Falconer stown Blanche E. VanOrd- JamePhyllis Alamenciak PihlThursday, Feb. 14 stown blad- Warren Virginia C. Lawton- FreDorothy Eggleston Carl-

donia Diane Kay Berg-Lakewood Ralph M. Pisano- Jamestown Mary Madonia, Falconer Wed. Feb. 13 Arthur R. Braccio- Fredonia Kenneth J. Shafer Jr. – Dunkirk William E. BorgstromPortland Betty Ann Stornes Robert W. Hiller- Steamburg Barbara M. Biekert- Mayville Hans J. Block- Jamestown

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losT PlaCes, ConTinued From Pg. 1 owner Jim Rovegno talks about how more people are looking to natural, alternative therapies to achieve their wellness goals and take back their health. The objective is not to eliminate the role of Western of allopathic medicine, but to use both modalities- holistic and naturopathic- for the best outcomes. To get started “eating clean,” simple guidelines can be found on the internet. There is also a magazine devoted to the subject as well- cleaneatingmag. com.

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where those higher calorie and processed items lie in wait. By the way, do we really want to eat something with twenty plus

ingredients we can’t even pronounce? My stories this week directly and indirectly involve the concept whole foods and holistic health in general. On the front page article, “What Makes Chautauqua Special, ”one of the themes mentioned by those who have moved to our area was its agricultural base, with availability of locally grown food, farmer’s markets and sustainable agriculture. In our business profi le of Lakewood Apothecary and Natural Health Center,

greaT CounTY, ConTinued From Pg. 1 writing, we would do the interviewing, and if someone wanted to take and run with it, that would be o.k. too.” Even with the interviewing incomplete, (100 people volunteered after hearing their request in the media, or were referred by others) the county asked Hayes about their findings and posted the information on its planning and development page in 2010. Connection with Family Friends and Community Hayes said that everyone listed a connection with family, friends and community as part of what drew them back here or what they were thrilled about once here. “That theme played over and over again,” Hayes said. “One person said, ‘This is the most substantial feeling of community I have ever experienced in all the five states I have lived. It is a great place to raise my daughter.’” Concerning opportunities for community involvement, another was quoted as saying, “You can do so much here. I wanted to

have an art exhibit. I went to the arts council. They said, when would you like to have it? In New York City, I would have been in line behind 300 other people.’” Lifestyle/Small Town and Rural Ambience Hayes says that seventy five percent of respondents remarked (with no prompting) that “friendly locals” were another factor in people’s decision to move here or a delightful surprise after relocation. Under the lifestyle category, people also mentioned the ease and pace of daily activity and lack of traffic and crime as adding to the attractiveness of the area. Values that focused less on consumerism and more on relationships were still another factor. That being said, about a third referenced proximity to Cleveland, Buffalo, Toronto, Pittsburgh and Erie as an additional benefit, as well as what they described as a tolerance of different lifestyles. “Several people referenced the Amish, the Lily Dale spiritualist community and the home schooling community as examples of different lifestyles

brought large crowds to the facility. “There also were motorcycle races and mud wrestling matches,” says Livsey. “The big draw was the auto races, but other events were held Co there.” While the specific history of Ch the track remains somewhat of E unclear, the legacy of the Th venue will never be in doubt.Ch lage “The success of it was outstanding,” says Siggins. vill “Many wonderful memories for were made there, and with a just name like that, it was quite can the place to spend a Sunday this afternoon watching races.” duc in N Ch of E A theme, which emerged, ers Bri was the ability to utilize technology for production ofA to income, freeing people from fere long commutes and urban vyi settings. This development, thir notes Hayes, has only be- in t come available and accept- tion able within the last decade. fice “The entrepreneurial spirit for of America is alive and well elec in Chautauqua County,” Th said Hayes. Almost half Fre of new arrivals reported pro starting a new business. Person after person talked about how they were able to make this move not (necessarily) because there was a job waiting for them. Two thirds came without a job, or because they could bring their online business with them, or work long-distance. “Having an online business or being able to work long distance is an opportunity for people who do not want the environment of a major city, but are able to work in a place like this. I think we are missing something if we don’t market that.”

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This week we are featuring “Gulliver” and “Hot Cocoa.” Gulliver is a ten-month-old kitty that is a little bit shy. He would do best in a calm, quiet home. Once he is settled in, he loves to play and he really likes having other kitty friends. Gulliver has been at CCHS since July of 2012. Hot Cocoa is a sweet, chocolate colored pit bull mix. She is about two-years-old. She likes other dogs and going for walks but really loves curling up in her doggy bed. Cocoa is a quiet girl that has a very laid back personality. Both of these great pets are looking for their Valentine to be their “furever” true love. Stop by the Strunk Road Adoption Center and meet these two, or any of their friends, to fi nd the sweetest best friend you can get.

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for permission to move vilChautauqua County Board lage elections to November as of 2015, so as to elimiof Elections nate the village’s budgeted Thirteen of the fi fteen election costs. Such a move Chautauqua County vilwill also cause a change in lages are holding March each village’s fiscal year. village elections this year Due to its unique village for mayors, trustees and charter, Fredonia village justices. Mayville has no elections will be Monday, candidates up for election this year and Celoron con- March 11 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and the rest of ducts its village elections in November, according to the county’s villages will Chautauqua County Board run elections on Tuesday, March 19 from noon to 9 of Elections Commissionp.m. The Board of Elecers Norman P. Green and tions runs all county village Brian C. Abram. elections except for CasA total of forty-nine difsadaga and Sinclairville, ferent candidates will be where the village clerks act vying for elective office for as the chief election ofthirty-five different offices ficers. in the county village elecSample ballots and a list of tions. Nineteen village offices will find no opponents all candidates running for office in the village elecfor the candidates seeking tions is available at www. election. votechautauqua.com. This year, Falconer and Fredonia will have ballot propositions asking voters

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caRts Pick-up Location to change sTarTing Feb. 25 be available in front of the train station and I would like to thank everyone involved in the project for After nearly three years at making this a reality.” Baker Park, the Jamestown In lieu of the old bus CARTS bus hub is moving shelters, a designated nonback downtown to Secsmoking passenger waiting ond Street in front of the area has been established historic, newly renovated in the foyer of the east enGateway Center Train trance of the train station. Station. The passenger waiting area Beginning on Monday, will be open from 8 a.m. Feb. 25, buses will again to 5 p.m. Monday through line up in front of the train Friday. station for passengers utilizCARTS, or the Chauing CARTS city and rural tauqua Area Regional route services. Transit System, is a public “Six years ago, my team transportation for everyone and I committed to living, working, or visiting CARTS being a part of the in Chautauqua County. historic train station site Whether going shopping, in order to better serve the to a medical appointment, CARTS system and to aid work, or college, CARTS the train station in securcan get riders there safely, ing federal transportation comfortably, and economigrant dollars for its recally. construction,” said ChauFor more information tauqua County Executive about public transportation Greg Edwards. “I am services in Chautauqua pleased to announce that County, contact CARTS at CARTS services will now (716) 665-6466. Contributed Article Jamestown CARTS

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Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation (NCCF) is once again preparing for its yearly grant programs. The question often raised during this time of year is “where does the money for grants come from?” The best explanation starts with the NCCF mission “to enhance the area in which we live and work,” which is achieved in two distinctly different ways. The first is to assist donors in fulfi lling their philanthropic goals. The second is to assist local nonprofits achieve their goals by providing financial assistance through grant dollars. The two merge together to achieve the mission as donor dollars provide the money to support nonprofit grants. The NCCF currently operates three separate grant programs. The Northern Chautauqua Environmental Grants Program is designed to increase public knowledge of environmental issues in Chautauqua County, particularly those relating to Lake Erie and its watershed. A broad range of educational activities have been funded including educational events, handson educational experiences, creek water studies, equipment, and stipends for internships and lectures. The Community Pride Program is a biennial grants program that promotes citizen participation and pride within our communities. Examples of Community Pride projects have included beautification projects, tree plantings, signage, community gardens, and community events. Grant requests considered range from $100 to $1,500 with a 1:1 match in dollars, volunteer hours, and/or supplies. The Community Grants Program, which occurs in the spring and fall of each year, is the NCCF’s largest

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discretionary grants program. This program is one of the direct ways that the NCCF works to improve the community. Community grant awards to nonprofit organizations benefit the areas of arts and culture, economic development, education, the environment, health, human services and more. “Our grants programs are made possible through the generosity of community members who have made gifts to unrestricted endowments within the NCCF. Thanks to the support of our donors we are able to generate the greatest community impact,” said Eileen Dunn, NCCF Program Coordinator. A fall 2012 grant to the Chautauqua Striders is a shining example of the impact the NCCF’s Community Grants Program has in northern Chautauqua County. At one time, the Striders’ tutoring program in Dunkirk ran four days a week; however, budget cuts throughout the years have reduced tutoring to two days a week. This $4,000 grant, along with funding from the United Way, has allowed the Striders’ program to reinstate a third day of tutoring, hire an additional tutor, and offer academic enrichment activities that support and reinforce the NYS Common Core Learning Standards. “Chautauqua Striders thanks NCCF for its support as we strive for a broader reach in northern Chautauqua County. As a hidden jewel in this area, we want more families to take advantage of the programs we offer for youth ages 6 to 24,” said Michele Starwalt, the North County Academic Coordinator for Chautauqua Striders. The Community Grants Program and the Community Pride Program’s letter of interest deadline is March 1, at 4 p.m. To learn more about NCCF Grant making programs contact Eileen Dunn at 3664892 or visit the web site at www.nccfoundation.org. The NCCF was incorporated in 1986 as a tax-exempt charitable organization. Since its establishment, the NCCF has distributed more than $8.8 million in the community through its various grant programs. It is an organization inherently committed to enriching the northern Chautauqua community and encouraging local philanthropy. For more information on the NCCF, visit www.nccfoundation. org or call 716-3664892.

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Foundation welcomes westfield hospital administrator into Saint Vincent right out of nursing school,” she said, adding that she then spent four years in nursing before stepping into management Patty Ballman, appointed administrator of Westfield Patty’s philosophy illustrates her forward thinking Memorial Hospital as of about her new position with January 1, was welcomed WMH. “Our responsibility by WMH Foundation here doesn’t stop when the board members at their patient leaves,” she said, February meeting. indicating her determinaA 33-year veteran from tion to be sure the hospital Saint Vincent Health survives. “We want to System, parent hospital of bring down costs, too.” WMH, Mrs. Ballman has Her enthusiasm about her experience in all aspects of operating a hospital. As position includes all who 16-year director of Opera- are connected to WMH and the foundation. “We tions for SVHS’s Medical Group, she was responsible need to work to coordinate care with good transitions. for the development and If we lose track of why implementation of physician practice management we’re here, we’re not going to achieve any of these strategies and evidencegoals.” based delivery care models to increase efficiency, Born and raised in Erie, promote positive clinical Patty also has a home outcomes and accelerate life. Married to Michael fi nancial performance. in 1980, they have two children, Jennifer, 23, who A graduate of the Saint Vincent School of Nursing, has fi nished her six years to she also holds a Bachelor of become a pharmacist; and Arts degree in Health Care Patrick, 20, a University of Pittsburgh biochemistry Management. “I stepped By Ann E. Weidman Westfield Memorial Hospital Foundation

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major. Of her first visit to the foundation, which carries a non-voting seat on the board of directors for the hospital executive, she noted “a deep, deep commitment from the communities to support the hospital. The foundation board should be applauded for their work and efforts and thinking years ahead to provide the best care.” Vickie Forsythe will occupy the chair just outside Patty’s office serving as administrative assistant, who, after nearly two months at WMH, describes her position as “Patty’s support in getting things done.” Vickie, who has a Business Administration/Management degree, has more than 15 years experience in this field and has served as administrative assistant to the SVHS Finance VP for 11 years. Before that she was administrative secretary for Mercyhurst University (formerly Mercyhurst North East) nursing

Meet Galo A. Grijalva, MD, F.A.C.S., general surgeon on the medical staff at WCA Hospital. A specialist in minimally invasive laparoscopic procedures, Dr. Grijalva

complements a multispecialty surgical team of boardcertified surgeons at WCA Hospital that include general, gynecologic, oncology, orthopedic, thoracic, urology, and vascular surgeons, and anesthesiologists. A Diplomat of the American Board of Surgery and Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, Dr. Grijalva’s medical practice is located on the 1st Floor at WCA Hospital, 207 Foote Avenue, Jamestown, New York. He is accepting new patients. To schedule an appointment for surgery, call (716) 485-7870. Dr. Grijalva brings a broad range of surgical skills, specializing in general surgery with expertise

Vickie Forsythe, left, assistant to Patty Ballman, Westfield Memorial Hospital administrator, discuss some hospital business. Patty was welcomed by the WMHF board of directors at their February meeting and will be a regular contributor at all monthly meetings.

program. She and husband Roger have two sons, Kirk, who is a Pennsylvania state policeman; and Allen, who currently is in the U.S. Air Force stationed in Italy.

Of her new position in Westfield, Vickie said, “I like it here. Westfield Memorial Hospital associates love what they’re doing. Really, teamwork always works best. I’m very excited and very, very pleased at

in several areas including single-incision laparoscopic surgery and bariatric surgery. An experienced, highly-skilled surgeon, he performs a wide range of laparoscopic general surgery procedures surgeries utilizing the latest technology at WCA Hospital to include the newly acquired robotic daVinci Surgical System. These include, but not limited to, appendectomy, cholecystectomy, anti-reflux surgery, colorectal surgery, all types of hernia repairs, gastrointestinal malignancies, oncology procedures, splenectomy, and other general surgery procedures After receiving his BS degree, Magna Cum Laude, from Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky, Dr. Grijalva earned his medical degree from West Virginia University School of Medicine located in Morgantown, West Virginia. He subsequently completed his general surgery internship at the University of Oklahoma at Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma, and a general surgery residency from Brookdale University Hospital Medical Center, Brooklyn,

the dedication and commitment of the community. Westfield’s hospital is a crucial part of the community we serve and continue to provide innovative health care to our service area.”

New York. He completed a Mandatory Surgical Research year as part of Brookdale Surgical residency at the State University of New York-Brooklyn. Dr. Grijalva has served as Chief of Surgery at Ehrling Bergquist Hospital in Nebraska. In addition, he was an Adjunct Associate Professor at Creighton University/St. Joseph Hospital in Nebraska. More recently, Dr. Grijalva served as Attending Surgeon for New York Surgical Hospitalist at WCA. An active duty Air Force General Surgeon from August 1998 through November, 2004, Dr. Grijalva’s military honors include Air Force Training Ribbon, National Defense Service Medal, Air Force Longevity Service Award and Air Force Outstanding Unit Award with One Device.

To schedule an appointment for surgery with Dr. Grijalva, call (716) 485-7870. Most major insurances accepted.

WOMENS SECTION celebration Planned for international women’s day at the Robert H. Jackson Center beginning at 6 p.m. The celebration is open to the public and will feature The Jamestown Branch two speakers: Katherine of the American AssociaMang of Mothers Clubs of tion of University Women Haiti and Paige Mecca of (AAUW) and the Zonta Solar Liberty Foundation Club of Jamestown will who will speak about their co-host an International experiences helping women Women’s Day Celebratory in Haiti and East Africa. dinner on Friday, March 8, Reservations can be made Contributed Article Jamestown AAUW

by calling 483-5448. Dinner is $25 per person. Katherine Mang has been working with Mothers Clubs of Haiti since 1993 as a Board Member. In her primary role, Mang educates people about this micro-lending program and raises funds for the loans that help poor women of East Africa and Haiti

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start businesses. Mang has taken seven trips to Tanzania since 2003 and three trips previously to Haiti. In 2009, she spent three months in Tanzania living in a village and getting to know club members and the program better. Mang served in the United States Peace Corps in Honduras from 1969-1971. Information about Mothers Clubs is available on its website, www.mclubsth.org. Paige Mecca, Executive Director and founder of Solar Liberty Foundation, is an attorney with a Master’s Degree in Social Work. She earned her Law and Master’s degree at the State University of New York at Buffalo and has an undergraduate degree from St. Lawrence University. Prior to her work with Solar Liberty Foundation, Mecca practiced family law, working on behalf of children as a law guardian. Mecca founded Solar Liberty Foundation as a way to help people in dire need in less developed nations who have no access to electricity. Information on Solar Liberty Foundation is available on its website, www.solarliberty.org.

International Women’s Day is held annually on March 8 to celebrate women’s achievements throughout history and across nations. It is also known as the United Nations (UN) Day for Women’s Rights and International Peace. The first International Women’s Day occurred on March 19 in 1911. The inaugural event, which included rallies and organized meetings, was a big success in countries such as Austria, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland. International Women’s Day, is a public holiday in some countries such as (but not exclusive to): Russia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Moldova. The UN drew global attention to women’s concerns in 1975 by calling for an

International Women’s Year. It also convened the first conference on women in Mexico City that year. The UN General Assembly then invited member states to proclaim March 8 as the UN Day for Women’s Rights and International Peace in 1977. The day aimed to help nations worldwide eliminate discrimination against women. It also focused on helping women gain full and equal participation in global development. AAUW advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research. Zonta Club is an international women’s service organization dedicated to advancing the status of women locally and globally.


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a celebration of community

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a Choral eXTravaganZa Contributed Article Community Music Project

Community Music Project, Inc. will present “A Choral Extravaganza – A Celebration of Community” on Sunday, March 3 at 4 p.m. at Christ First United Methodist Church. Performing will be Jamestown Choral Society directed by Cindy Lind Hanson, Chautauqua Chamber Singers, directed by Susan Huther, Serendipity, AcQuire from Bethel Baptist Christian Academy, directed by Laura Hotchkiss, Junior Guilders, directed by Helen Mer-

Laura Hotchkiss, director, and the choral group acquire from Bethel Baptist Christian Academy will perform in Community Music Project’s “A Choral Extravaganza- A Celebration of Community” on March 3 at 4 p.m. at Christ First United Methodist Church.

rill and the Southwestern Central School Choraliers, directed by Susan Huther. Ticket prices are $10 for

adult and senior and $5 for students. There is no pre-sale ticket price for this concert.

For tickets or more information, call Community Music Project at 664-2227.

supporters have a heart for 4h in a huge way Contributed Article Chautauqua County 4-H

The weather outside was cold, but the response to the Chautauqua County 4-H “Have a Heart for 4-H” fundraiser event on Sunday, Feb. 17, proved to be a very warm response from over one thousand supporters of 4-H. The event featured a spaghetti and meatballs and then pork dinner, over 150 basket raffles, silent auctions and other raffles that were a perfect fit for a 4-H event. One special raffle included two piglets and an upcoming raffle for a horse. The whole event proved to be a success financially for the funding for county 4-H projects for the coming year. It was also a success in showing the strength of character of the many 4-H

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SUNY Fredonia’s English program will facilitate and CCHS will have staff and a canine participant on hand The Chautauqua County to add to the atmosphere. Humane Society (CCHS) The Chautauqua County will serve as a host site for Humane Society is a nonthe “Big Read” event at profit that is not part of any the Strunk Road Adoption government organization Center on Saturday, Februand its mission to care for ary 23, from 12:30 to 2:30 homeless pets relies comp.m. Community members pletely on public support. are invited to attend at no For more information on charge to participate in a call 716-665-2209 ext 213, book discussion about austop by the Strunk Road thor Jack London’s, “Call of Adoption Center or visit the Wild.” Four seniors from www.spcapets.com. Contributed Article CCHS

the last few years. Whether teaching children how to be responsible citizens through 4-H projects, through the friendships of another 4-H gathering, or by volunteers giving back to their community, 4H never fails to provide fun and positive life experiences for the youth, families and the whole community. With over 500 youth memyouth and volunteers who ment through the Chautau- the future regardless of bers and 150 volunteers, not only put on the event, qua Region Community county and state support. one full time staff and one but supported it, donated, Foundation toward a goal Although a vital program and worked to make it a of $2 million. This endow- to the county youth devel- part time staff, there is no great community event. ment would provide the opment and future citizens, shortage of work, fun and great role models for our fi nancial viability of the the program has lost the Proceeds from this event community. 4-H program throughout majority of its funding over will be placed in an endow-

At this event, the community response warms the heart of every 4-He member in Chautauqua County. Hundreds of local businesses supported the event with donations, supplies, prizes and sharing their presence with the youth of Chautauqua County 4-H. Their commitment to the future of 4-H is greatly appreciated. For more information about joining 4-H or the endowment fund, please contact the 4-H office at 716-664-9502.

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CHAUTAUQUA STAR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2013

wedding industry is evolving, not dissolving new Trends and laTesT wrinkles inTroduCe Changes To Ceremonies and reCePTions different reasons, but on average, the fi nal cost is In an effort to meet the growing demands of brides about $24,000 and grooms who want their special day to truly be to $27,000,” says Stevenson. unique, a new wave of entrepreneurs are leading the wedding industry in an entirely different direc- “I have been involved with tion that in some cases thumbs its nose at generaweddings as low tions of tradition. as $7,000 and as While the evolution is startling to some, those high as $40,000.” who make a living helping to plan, coordinate and Stevenson’s busiorganize the day when two individuals unite and become one couple feel that it is an exciting time to ness focuses on the desires of the work in the wedding industry. bride and groom The emergence of wedding planners has helped but a new prostreamline the many specific details that couples gram she calls need to think about, with professional planners the “Diva Bridal helping to make arrangements for everything from Squad” provides finding someone to snaps photographs to making dedicated trainhotel reservations for the newlyweds. ing time for the While most brides still are unwilling to walk down bridesmaids to help give them a better understanding of how important their role is. the aisle in anything other than the traditional white dress, bridal consultants and wedding plan- “What I have developed is a chance for the bridesners who work here in Western New York believe maids to spend about three to three-and-a-half the industry is changing thanks to the introduction hours learning how to make the bride’s life less of new trends that impact the official marriage stressful,” says Stevenson. “Bridesmaids need to ceremony and the wedding reception. know and understand their responsibilities. This lets them do that.” “More couples are experimenting and wanting to make a statement so I am seeing different things Some of the newest trends for weddings is the all the time,” says Mattie Stevenson, a wedding inclusion of man’s best friend. That’s right, some consultant who owns Above & Beyond Marketing couples have made special arrangements so that and Event Management. “The planning of a wed- their pet can be a part of the marriage ceremony. ding needs to stay focused on what the bride and “Some may fi nd it odd, and I will say it is certainly the groom want. It is their special day. What they different, but adding pets to the ceremony is hapwant is the most important thing, no matter what anyone else thinks they should do on the day they pening,” says Stevenson. “People are close and attached to their pets, and while I have only seen get married.” dogs so far, it has happened.” Perhaps one of the biggest changes to weddings Stevenson and other wedding planners often enis the bottom line, specifically the total cost of evcourage people to shop locally. In most cases, the erything from the limo that transports the groom value of speaking with someone locally, such as a to the church to the final champagne toast at the local florist instead of using an online service or reception. dialing a toll-free phone number, is priceless and “Obviously wedding costs can vary for a variety of can help answer all specific questions face-to-face. By Daniel Meyer Star Contributing Writer

Despite some recent talk nationally that grand weddings are a thing of the past, the local experts say the wedding industry is defi nitely evolving and not dissolving. “People are opening up their minds and being brave enough to be creative,” says Stevenson. “Instead of just going along with tradition and what his parents or her parents want, couples are doing what will make them most happy, because after all, that is what’s most important.”

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sultant can help demystify product details and ensure you don’t miss any categories.” As you think about registering, Stavish is sharing tips on creating the perfect registry: • Don’t delay: You’ll likely have multiple occasions that requires gift-giving on the part of friends and family. From the engagement party to the shower to the main event, guests will want giving guidance. So register early. Opt for a registry that offers convenience and good customer service. A store with locations nationwide and an online ordering system will make it easy for you and your guests.

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20 wedding Favor ideas You can buy Locally and cheaply shaped cookie cutters can be tied with ribbon for a unique wedding favor. Wedding favors do not have to 6. Magnets cost a lot to look special.Many Personalized magnets will remind wedding favors can be found at guests of your special day.You can your local craft or dollar store. also use magnets that match your When you are planning for your wedding theme, such as starfish wedding favors, make sure they for a beach wedding theme. match your overall wedding theme.And to get the most out of 7. Potted Flowers your wedding favors, plan on using them as part of your reception Clumped together, small potted flowers will look like a floral tables’ decorations. centerpiece for your tables.Once The following is a list of possible guests begin leaving, send the inexpensive wedding favor ideas flowers home with them. that you can find locally. 8. Bath Soaps 1. Wedding Cookies Decorative bath soaps come in a Ask your local bakery to bake and variety of colors and scents that frost personalized wedding cookies can blend with your wedding for you in the shape of a heart, theme. flower or wedding cake. 9. Bottled Bath Salts 2. Small Picture Frames Tied with a ribbon, bottled bath Small pictures frames can be used salts will be a welcomed wedding as a placecard holder and then favor. sent home with guests.Pick picture frames that match your wedding’s 10. Favor Boxes Favor boxes can be fi lled with theme.For example, pick a frame a chocolate truffle or candle for with butterfl ies for a spring wedguests. ding. 11. Vellum Envelopes 3. Organza Bags Vellum envelopes fi lled with mints Sheer organza bags are very inexpensive and can be fi lled with or petal blossoms make an inexpensive wedding favor. a variety of things.Candy that matches your wedding colors is a 12. Flower Seeds popular choice, but you can also Choose flowers that were part use bath soaps, potpourri or rose of your wedding decorations so petals. guests can be reminded of the 4. Floral Vases special day. Inexpensive floral vases can be 13. Specialty Teas fi lled with flowers as part of the reception tables’ centerpieces and A loose tea mix enclosed in a decorative wrapping will be a then sent home with guests. welcomed gift. 5. Cookie Cutters A pair of metal heart or butterfly Essortment.com

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infinity Visual and Performing arts brings acclaimed guitarist to Jamestown Contributed Article Infinity Performing Arts

Richard Gilewitz, who’s been called one of the most unique and humorous performers in the contemporary acoustic scene, will be coming to Jamestown for two days. Infinity Visual and Performing Arts has scheduled two workshops with Gilewitz Thursday, Feb. 28 and Friday, March 1 from 4 to 5 p.m. on both days. The lecture-style workshops are designed for all levels of player and explore a variety of elements, including Richard’s unique right-hand position, which is a compilation of the classical-style guitar teachings, and syncopated/percussive influences. Not only will Gilewitz be in town for the workshops, but he’ll also provide an Infinity Café performance on Friday March 1, from 7 to 9 p.m. Infinity students are welcome to attend each of the workshops for free. There will be a $5 fee

Acclaimed guitarist Richard Gilewitz of Tampa, Fla. will bring his musical skills and humor to Jamestown Thursday, February 28 and Friday March 1. (Submitted Photo)

for non-Infinity members that attend each workshop. The concert at the Infinity Café on Friday night is a free event and is open to the public. Gilewitz regularly fascinates his audiences with finger-style gymnastics while spinning yarns too unbelievable not to be true. His rousing performances are fi lled with amazing chops, humor, and a history of the acoustic guitar from blues to folk, traditional to classical and somewhere in between. His use of banjo style picking patterns, classical arpeggios, tapping and harmonics, as well as a rhythmic and percussive approach, bring a fresh impression to the listener. Richard is respected worldwide for his command of the 6 and 12-string guitar. Whether playing solo, conducting guitar seminars and school programs, or sharing the stage with fellow performers, Richard Gilewitz always creates a sparkle of mood mastery and wonderment.

Check It Out! Ongoing Events What to do & Where to go in & around Chautauqua County...

Andy Warhol: Acquisitions and Jamestown Nexus Opens Feb. 4 –Through March 21 Monday-Wednesday: 11-5 p.m. Thursday: 11-7 p.m. Friday: 11-3 p.m. Weeksgallery.sunyjcc.edu 716-665-9188

Learn to Roll Your Kayak Lesson Every Tuesday Feb. -March 7-9 p.m. Turner Community Center Pool

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Last Weekend! Feb. 23-24 1-3 p.m. Chautauqua Bookstore Call for group reservations. $4 adults, $2 children under 12 716-357-2151

Friday, Feb. 22 Jamestown Ironmen – NAHL

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Jamestown Ironmen- NAHL Dunkirk Cinemas Corp Dunkirk 8 10520 Bennett Road, Dunkirk, NY 14048 716- 366-2410 Dark Skies (PG-13) 12:20 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 4:40 p.m., 6:45 p.m., 8:50 p.m., 11 p.m. A Good Day to Die Hard (R) 12:30 p.m., 2:45 p.m., 5 p.m., 7:10 p.m., 9:20 p.m., 11:30 p.m. Beautiful Creatures (PG-13) 1:30 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:05 p.m., 9:40 p.m. Escape From Planet Earth (PG) 12 p.m. Escape From Planet Earth 3D (PG) 2:30 p.m., 4:35 p.m., 6:40 p.m., 11:15 p.m.

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Dipson Lakewood Cinema 8 171-3 Fairmount Avenue W., Lakewood, NY 14750 716-763-3531 Snitch (PG-13) 1:40 p.m., 4:15 p.m., 7:05 p.m., 9:35 p.m. A Good Day to Die Hard (R) 1:30 p.m., 4 p.m., 7 p.m., 9:30 p.m.

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Friends of Banff Preview Event 6 p.m. Banff Mountain Film Selection from around the World Roger Tory Peterson Institute, 311 Curtis Street, Jamestown 716-665-2473 wscherman@rtpi.org

“Beats at the Brix” Music Series 7-9 p.m. Sam Hyman- a musician with a unique guitar style and soulful voice 21 Brix Winery, 4936 West Main Rd. Fredonia www.21brix.com 716-672-4822

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12 p.m.- 1:30 p.m. Lakeshore Humane Society’s Adoption Center, 41 E. Chestnut St., Dunkirk Community members are invited to participate in this discussion of the book, its author Jack London, the history surrounding the work, and/or its social and political context. www.lakeshorehumanesociety. org 672-1991

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10 education news SUNY Fredonia’s Students in Free Enterprise Re-brands as Enactus name. Students involved in Enactus have the opportunity to work with academic and Students in SUNY Fredobusiness leaders to denia’s chapter of Students velop projects that promote in Free Enterprise (SIFE) positive action and create are rebranding the group sustainable relationships under the name Enactus. within the community. The group is part of an The new name is meant to international non-profit organization that combines reflect the idea of enabling progress through entreprethe efforts of students, neurial action. This year’s academic and business Fredonia Enactus Team leaders to transform lives is tackling eight projects and shape a better, more focusing on helping losustainable world. cal businesses go green, SIFE was founded in 1975 creating a sustainable and globally rebranded as water bottle, recycling Enactus last fall. Fredonia’s ink cartridges, connectchapter, which has been ing with high schools to active since 1994, will be build leadership, working operating under this new Contributed Article SUNY Fredonia

with elementary schools on anti-bullying campaigns, working with high school and college students to not drink and drive, building awareness of Cradle Beach initiatives to serve disabled and disadvantaged youth, and working with the city of Dunkirk to bring art to city buildings. To learn more about Fredonia’s Enactus group and its projects, visit http:// enactusfredonia.wordpress. com or contact Dr. Sue McNamara, the Enactus advisor and a faculty member within SUNY Fredonia’s School of Business, at susan.mcnamara@ fredonia.edu.

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Once again, the sound of progress can be heard in the halls of the Lutheran Home and Rehabilitation Center as construction crews demo old rooms that were built in the 1970s to make way for a new and modern rehabilitation unit. “We’re excited to create a new space for our subacute rehab program and we appreciate everyone’s patience during this phase of construction,” said Tom Holt, president and CEO. “We’ve learned a lot in the seven years since we began short term rehab. We’re taking the great ideas we’ve received from staff and residents and adding them to what works well today.” The unit will be opened in early spring. The new location will be more convenient for residents going back and forth to therapy. The unit will have all single rooms with modern furnishings and a private shower and bath. A new dining area will be designed specifically for the short term rehab resident. “I’ve had a wonderful experience here,” said Tina Lind-Kellom, a current rehab resident recovering from a bilateral knee replacement. “The admission process was seamless from the moment I was greeted by the nurse and physical therapist at the front door. The physical therapy staff

Tom Holt, Lutheran president and CEO shares highlights of the future medical rehabilitation unit with Tina LindKellom, a current resident who is recovering from bilateral knee replacements and Mary Borowski-Burns, director of admissions.

makes me feel like I am the only person in their care, and I’ve made amazing progress. Staff is just as warm and friendly to my family. Having a brand new space for future residents will add to an already positive experience. I’ve also enjoyed filling my free time with the activities they provide and I especially like the church service on Sundays.” The Lutheran Home and Rehabilitation Center has downsized from a 254 bed facility to a 148 bed facility. “Our vision is to be the go-to resource for senior services by providing a wide range of services that will help people remain independent,” Holt said. In the last few years, Lutheran expanded assisted living, added a medical model day care program and the new 14-unit Smartment ® Building. “We’re serving more people but

in ways that enhance their quality of life,” Holt said. “There will always be a need for the nursing home, but we believe nursing home stays will be shorter as seniors have other options available to them.” The renovation is funded in part by HEAL NY, which awarded over $23 million to Lutheran. HEAL NY is the Health Care Efficiency and Affordability Law of New York State. The intent of the funds is to: right-size the health care delivery system; eliminate duplication of health care services; promote alternative care at appropriate levels and cost; and reduce the rising costs of health care spending. For more information about Lutheran or to access senior services call 6654905 or log onto www. lutheran-jamestown.org.

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The second annual SOUPer Bowl Sunday, which took place on Jan. 27, was a resounding success. With tremendous attendance, event sponsors and organizers Media One Group and the Celoron Legion were able to support the capital campaign for WCA Hospital’s new Emergency Department by raising $4,268 at this charity event. In addition to music provided by Razz & Friends, this family-friendly event featured homemade soups created and served by local restaurants and caterers which included Elegant Edibles, House of Petillo,

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Lakewood Apothecary and Natural Health Center

as a traditional pharmacist. As owner of a number of Managing Editor pharmacies in Erie, PA in the 80s and 90s, he discovJim Rovegno, pharmacist ered that so many people and owner of Lakewood lacked information about Apothecary and Natural nutrition and ultimately, Health Center receives were not able to make five to ten calls each day the right choices for their - questions from people health. But the deficiency wanting to live healthier of knowledge, according lives, or looking for ways to Rovegno, was not just to get off their medication. among the public, but was Sometimes someone may also shared by physicians have told them about a and pharmacists, who have product that they thought little to no training regardmight help, or something ing nutrition. they saw on the internet or It’s been a process of educatelevision. tion for everyone, and Common questions inhe has slowly gained the clude: how can I lower my trust of a handful of area cholesterol? What do you physicians. “We are here have for weight control? to do the same thing- give My son to me to try this for their patients good outmy condition, do you have comes,” says, Rovegno. it? “My recommendation to With so much health infor- the physician is that your patient is probably going to mation- some of which is do something anyway, with confusing as well as conflicting -Jim Rovegno does or without your permission, so wouldn’t it be better to what few in his profession work with them directly?” have the time or expertise to do- help customRovegno counsels individuers sift fact from fiction, als on therapies which may while offering nutritional, help them- but is careful homeopathic and lifestyle to always gather imporcounseling. tant information, such as medications a person is It’s a niche that Jim decided to pursue after years taking, and any health By Patricia Pihl

care problems they may be experiencing. “Sometimes, we offer suggestions, but we always want to get the doctor involved, says Rovegno,” which is especially true when a person has a major health concern. Occasionally, he also asks patients to request their physician’s permission to send their blood work. Education is the key. “People are looking for different ways to care for their health…and want a source of information. When they do it on their own it is dangerous. We never tell people to stop taking their medicine.” Rovegno offers time-honored traditions, like getting to know the customer, listening to their concerns and sharing advice. An important piece of the health care picture more common in a bygone era. “We are not a high-volume pharmacy. That’s the challenge and probably why you don’t see a lot of independent pharmacies anymore. Insurance is pushing people to go the way of mail order and big box stores.”

Lakewood Apothecary and Natural Health Center is located at 130 Chautauqua Ave. in Lakewood.

What’s been lost Rovegno says, are pharmacists who “knew who you were when you walked in the door- and conversed with their customers about their health, taking the time to answer their questions. “We are trying to bring that back to some extent here and people appreciate it,” he adds. The blend of a traditional pharmacy with the best of alternative care is the niche that Lakewood Apothecary fills and one that’s unique to the area. Much of what Rovegno has learned about homeopathy, herbals and nutrition is self-taught, having researched alternative medicine for many years. He has also completed course work at the Australasian College of Health Science. His decision to offer the brands he does is determined by only choosing the companies that he has personally researched. One

such label, Medigenics, is generally offered only through physician’s offices. The store also offers organic skin care products such as Organix South for those who prefer items without chemicals. Because the industry of alternative care is not well regulated, Rovegno says there is a lot of what he calls “ junk” in the marketplace. “In a sense, we are becoming a guardian of people, ensuring they are making the right choices.” He adds, “when I make a recommendation, it is something I feel confident that we are going to get the outcome we are looking for.” When asked about any health advice he wishes to share, Rovegno says, “take control of your own health.” Most people, he says, “turn their bodies over to the medical community.” In addition, he advises, “spend some time

to protect your health- have a protocol- and adjust your lifestyle- which he admits it the most difficult aspect to change. Some people come in who are merely seeking ways to preserve their health, or just live healthier. “We can put a basic protocol in place – with vitamins, and ask individuals to follow it for 3-6 months, then you be the judge.” Opening in 2006, Lakewood Apothecary has established customers, as well as those who have been referred by happy patrons as well as doctors. “It’s something we wish to foster,” Rovengo says. Lakewood Apothecary and Natural Health Center is located at 130 Chautauqua Ave. Hours are MondayFriday 9 a.m.- 6 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Jim Rovegno can be reached by phone at 7630016 or by email at lakewoodapoth@stny.rr.com


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RELIGION SECTION Keeping the Faith

Rev. Michael Lokietek Family Church Fredonia www.fcfredonia.org

Dear Pastor, does God have a plan for my life? If so, how can I find it out? (con’t) Dear Keeping the Faith reader, we saw in last week’s column that the primary way God speaks to us is by speaking to our heart. This may also be referred to as “an inward witness in our heart (Romans 8:16).” This witness is the voice of our conscience. The same conscience that “corrects us will direct us” if we are sensitive to it and “tune in” to the voice of God. This can be more likely to happen when we “tune in” to God through prayer, worship, and waiting in His presence.

While God primarily speaks through His Word and to your heart, there are other ways God can speak to us and if God chooses to speak to us in a supernatural way, we should be open to it. We even read in the Bible where God spoke to someone through a donkey (Numbers 22:28-31)! In Acts we read about many ways God directed His people. Some received guidance from angels (Acts 4:19,20; 8:26), dreams and visions (Acts 10:3, 16:9), and even through an audible voice (Acts 9:3-6; 13:2). We also read in the New Testament that the Apostles didn’t rely on circumstances or

“omens” to determine the will of God. Unfortunately, many present-day Christians mistakenly rely on circumstances as “signs” from God concerning a specific decision for their lives. This is superstition and can lead to misdirection or incorrectly attributing wrong outcomes to God. It’s better that we seek our direction directly from God than from something that could be coincidental or manipulated by someone or even Satan himself. Finally, it is important to remember that God will never tell you something that contradicts the Bible (1 John 5:7). God couldn’t

be God if He contradicted His own Word. It’s also important, therefore, that we must be willing to compare any perceived direction to His written Word as well as allow other spiritually mature Christians to examine the direction that we believe we received and confirm that it is from God (1 John 4:1). These actions should keep us from being deceived by Satan or more commonly… by our own thinking and desires. Remember, as you seek His presence through prayer and study of His Word, you’ll come to discover the unique plan that God has for you ( Jeremiah 29:11)!

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Rev. Tim Stahlman Family Church Jamestown thenewfamilychurch.com

Don’t Give Up on Your Loved Ones It’s easy to feel discouraged as a believer when you see people you love and care about living apart from the Lord. As I pray over prayer requests from people in our church, I notice that more than half deal with concerns about the salvation of loved ones. The greatest act of love we can bestow upon others is to take genuine interest in their eternal destiny. The truth is this: There is a Heaven to gain and a Hell to shun. There are some things I want to encourage you with as you pray for your loved ones to accept Christ. First, know that God wants them to be saved more than you do. 2 Peter 3:9 says, “The Lord… (is) not willing that ANY SHOULD PERISH, but

that ALL WOULD COME TO REPENTANCE.” Knowing that you are praying God’s perfect will empowers your faith. Remember: God spilled the Blood of His Son to see that your loved one would have eternal life. God listens to us with great attention when we pray for the salvation of our unsaved loved ones. Do not listen to the false religious idea that God chooses some to get saved and some to burn in hell. God didn’t predestinate anyone to burn. God desires that all get saved but man must cooperate with God’s saving grace. Secondly, we must pray that laborers would be sent into their path. So many times we want to be the ones to win our loved ones to Jesus. But many times it has to be someone else besides us.

Sometimes people do not listen to ones they are overly familiar with. That isn’t to say that you shouldn’t remain a good witness to them. Matthew 9:38 says, “Pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest, that He will send forth laborers into his harvest.” When praying for your loved ones, ask God to send a gospel toting and quoting laborer into their path. Now we are praying scripturally and now God will do His part. Next, do not allow the devil to feed you thoughts that salvation is just too far from your loved ones. Many times we look at the lifestyles of loved ones and start believing that they could never get saved. But look at Romans 10:8-9, “But what says it? (The Bible) The word is near you, EVEN IN YOUR MOUTH, AND IN

YOUR HEART: that is, the word of faith, which we preach. That if you shall confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord, and shall believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you shall be saved.” Salvation is not far from them; salvation has been in their heart and mouth the whole time! We need to show people just how easy faith begins. It begins with our words spoken from our hearts. Your loved ones are never out of reach. Finally, pray that the Word of God would grow and prevail in their heart. (Acts 19:20) As laborers come into their path and share the Word of God with your loved ones, make power available for them by praying that the Word would take root. Never give up on you loved ones!

SENIOR SECTION

Tanglewood Group focuses on the Social Aspect of Care Contributed Article Tanglewood

The residents and staff alike at Tanglewood’s facilities have been having a lot of fun lately. The activity-based facilities in Jamestown have been focused on immersing all of their residents in the many activities and they are all reaping the benefits of socialization and laughter from their experiences. The most recent instance of this was evident at the annual Mardi Gras party held at Tanglewood Manor. The staff decided to spice things up this year by adding a Photobooth activity that was available to staff and residents. Photo booths have become popular attractions at weddings, parties and other social events. Participants use props such as hats, wigs and costumes to dress up and then have their photographs taken. The results can be quite

entertaining. As Terri Ingersoll, Tanglewood COO stated, “We feel that care must be fun

and laughing is an element of the “plan of care” for our residents. This activity was a wonderful

opportunity for our staff and residents to spend an enjoyable afternoon laughing together.”

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to play No. 7 Maritime Charter (8-10). Should they win, the Cougars would earn a date with No. 2 Oracle (17-1), Friday. Class C2 offers a little more promise with Silver Creek (18-0) holding down the No. 1 rank thanks to an undefeated regular season. The Black Knights await the winner of No. 8 Olmstead (8-10) and No. 9 International Prep (5-12). The game will be in Silver Creek on Friday. Right behind Silver Creek is No. 2 Maple Grove (17-1). The Red Dragons are guaranteed to see a familiar opponent as either No. 7 Chautauqua Lake (10-8) or No. 10 Frewsburg (7-11) will come to town, Friday. No. 5 Westfield (12-6) shouldn’t be overlooked in Class B2 either as it has to size to compete with anyone. The first test will be No. 12 Buffalo Acad-

CCAA Division 1 foes Fredonia and Southwestern split their two meetings earlier this season. One of them will get the last laugh at the Lady Hillbillies and Lady Trojans meet in the Section 6 Class B2 playoffs, Saturday at Southwestern High School. (Photo by Stefan Gestwicki)

emy of Science (0-16). If it’s possible, Class D offers even more hope for a Sectional champion as Chautauqua County schools hold down the top three spots. No. 1 Brocton (15-1), No. 2 Sherman (13-5) and No. 3 Clymer (12-5) will all host playoff games on Friday. Brocton will get the winner of No. 8 Pine Valley (6-12) and No. 9 Forestville (513). Sherman will see either No. 7 Panama (5-12) or No. 10 West Valley (3-15). Clymer will get either No. 6 Global Concepts (510) or No. 11 Ripley (0-14). North Collins (8-9) and Ellicottville (8-10) are the No. 4 and 5 seeds, respectively, but realistically don’t offer much of a threat to Brocton, Sherman or Clymer. The girls’ side of the action

features just as many, if not more, potential Sectional champions. In Class AA, it’s once again No. 1 Jamestown (14-3) as the team to beat. The Lady Red Raiders will take on either No. 8 Orchard Park (8-10) or No. 9 Kenmore West (6-12). Jamestown will host the game Tuesday before (probably) moving on to the semifi nal round on Friday, March 1. No. 4 Dunkirk (13-5) is led by seniors Khee Nance and Lacey Clark and is the county’s only chance to come out of Class B1. The Lady Marauders handled No. 13 Depew at home and will not host No. 5 Newfane on Saturday afternoon. Class B2 features a county grudge match with No. 4 Southwestern (7-10) hosting No.

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*A lot of the stats in the following commentary were pulled from Bill Simmons’ best-selling book, ‘The Book of Basketball: The NBA According to the Sports Guy’. If you’re a basketball fan, a sports fan or just a book fan and haven’t read it, go out right now and buy it. I’ll wait … See, don’t you feel better? As I sat watching the National Basketball Association AllStar Game this past weekend, I couldn’t help but reflect on how lucky we fans are to be watching the careers of superstars Kobe Bryant and LeBron James — unquestionably two of the best players to ever pick up a basketball. coNtINUED oN pG 2 That’s not even taking into account Tim Duncan, who barely played in this year’s All-Star Game due to a nagging injury, but is widely regarded as the best power forward of all time. By Stefan Gestwicki At the same time the game was going on, a friend of mine posted Star Sports Editor his 12-player, all-time NBA AllStar team on Facebook. While Six local sports legends were forhe got some of the more obvious mally inducted into the Chautauqua choices right — Michael Jordan, Sports Hall of Fame, Monday at the Magic Johnson, Bill Russell — I Lakewood Rod and Gun Club. couldn’t help but vehemently disagree with a number of his picks. Ron Blackmer, Cal Cederquist, Dan Palmer, Walt Thurnau, Jim It did, however, give me the Young and the late Jim Foti were inspiration for this article, where all recognized for their greatI will give my roster for my best Bruce Baumgartner Jeff Russo ness in front of a packed house of cial,” Palmer explained. “The first conceivable NBA All-Star squad. nice it was to come back. at the end of this article. nearly 400 supporters. Four-time baseball team to ever win a state Conferences don’t matter. Posi“There were certainly some Then it was time to officially inOlympic medalist Bruce Baumchampionship from this county was tions do. My starting five consists duct the six standout sports figures. gartner helped usher in the Class amazing teams and amazing Dunkirk and I was there. The fi rst of two guards, two forwards of 2013. Jeff Russo, Sports Direc- performances while I was down First came longtime radio perbasketball team to ever win a state and a center. My bench is a mix tor at WKBW News 7 in Buffalo here,” Russo said. “I remember sonality Dan Palmer. Palmer has championship from this county was of guards and big men, though guys like Justin Miller, who went been a staple on WDOE Radio was Master of Ceremonies. Pine Valley and I was there. Those obviously versatile guys like Leon to have a successful college in Dunkirk for over 35 years. He’s two games are very special to me In addition to the inductees, the Bron could play a little 2-guard, career. I have such fond memocovered thousands of area sporting and those two programs are very Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame small forward or power forward ries of my time down here. Some events ranging from Little League also recognized the achievespecial to me.” depending on where I needed of the championship runs — baseball games to high school state ments of area athletes, teams and him. The lineup also takes each Jamestown, Southwestern, Maple championships. And after all those Next to take the podium was coaches over the past year. player in his prime. I’m not takGrove — those all stand out in years and all those games, Palmer Chautauqua track and field legend ing ‘Today Kobe’ (even though The event kicked off with an Cal Cederquist, who famously took my mind. It’s great to come back is still as enthusiastic as ever. he’s still incredible), I’m taking hour filled with reminiscing and over a track program that hadn’t and see some familiar faces.” “It’s the people,” he explained. ‘2008 Kobe’. laughs as the club quickly filled even won a meet in 40 years and After Frewsburg Central School’s “I get enthusiastic because of the with friends, family and admirturned it into a champion. Ladies and gentlemen, without McKenzie Cass sang the Napeople. When I broadcast a kid ers. Baumgartner made himself further ado, your 2013 All-Time tional Anthem and dinner was nine or 10 years old and then I see “We had just a handful of kids,” available to sign autographs and NBA All-Stars. served, it was time to begin him back when he’s in high school Cederquist described the state of displayed his incredible trophy case “the real reason why everyone starting lineup and then maybe he has a kid of his the Chautauqua track and field containing his historic four Olympic program when he took over. “We is here,” according to CSHOF Point Guard: Magic Johnson own — that’s what’s so important medals. The honorees caught up had no facility and no track. We President Randy Anderson. — I’m thoroughly convinced that to me. It’s not the sports so much as with former teammates and athletes had to look for a place to practice. Magic Johnson is the most likeFirst came the honors to the area the people who play the sport.” they hadn’t seen in some 30 years. What I did with the kids was try to able dominant athlete of all time. athletes, teams and coaches who With the impossible number of Russo kicked off the ceremony with build an attitude. We had obstacles Seriously, think of all the most reached the pinnacle of their events Palmer has seen, what his usual display of wit and charm. but we’re going to overcome them successful athletes you can. Tiger, sports. Each was presented with stands out in his mind? Russo started his broadcasting the best we can. The kids picked Kobe, Lance, Bonds, LeBron — a plaque from the Chautauqua career right in Jamestown on Cable up on it and they were great.” “There’s no doubt that all of the what is it about elite athletes that Sports Hall of Fame. A complete Channel 8. He couldn’t say enough state championship games were spelends themselves to villainy? But list of those honored can be found coNtINUED oN pG 8 good things about the area and how not Magic. That’s not why he’s the starting point guard on this team though. Magic revolutionized the point guard position. Who Will Be Taking Snaps? Section Six Basketball Playoff Brackets See B-2 He was the biggest point guard See B-4 anyone had ever seen, measuring Dunkirk Playoff Game Recaps See B-3 6-foot-9, 220 pounds. He’s also Backup quarterback Tarvaris Jackson is aLSo the best play-maker in history. In coming back to the Buffalo Bills. Also Ironmen Dominate Monsters See B-4 13 seasons, he made 12 All-Star returning starter Ryan Fitzpatrick remains Ruff No Longer Sabres Head Coach See B-5 part of the team’s future for now. coNtINUED oN pG 3

a Well-Deserved Honor siX inDucteD into cHautauQua sPorts Hall of fame

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Section Six Basketball Playoff Brackets class aa Boys Sectional Bracket

class aa girls Sectional Bracket

2013 Section 6 Boys Varsity Basketball Class AA Sectional Bracket

2013 Section 6 Girls Varsity Basketball Class AA Sectional Bracket

Round 1

Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

  (1) Jamestown 16-2-0   Feb. 22 , 7:00 PM @ Jamestown High School    () To Be Determined        (4) Clarence 14-4-0   Feb. 22 , 7:00 PM @ Clarence    () To Be Determined   

      () To Be Determined    (8) Frontier 9-9-0   Feb. 20 , 7:00 PM @ Frontier    (9) West Seneca West 9-9-0   Feb. 28 , 6:00 PM @ Buffalo St. College          () To Be Determined    (5) Lockport 12-6-0   Feb. 20 , 7:00 PM @ Lockport HS    (12) Orchard Park 2-16-0           (2) Niagara Falls 15-3-0         Feb. 22 , 7:00 PM @ Niagara Falls  () To Be Determined  (7) North Tonawanda 10-8-0     Feb. 20 , 7:00 PM @ North Tonawanda  () To Be Determined    (10) Lancaster 5-13-0         Feb. 28 , 7:45 PM @ Buffalo St. College      (3) Williamsville North 15-3-0         Feb. 22 , 7:00 PM @ Williamsville North High School  () To Be Determined  (6) Kenmore West 12-6-0     Feb. 20 , 7:00 PM @ Kenmore West  () To Be Determined    (11) Niagara Wheatfield 5-13-0    

Final

 

() To Be Determined                Mar. 2 , 8:15 PM @ Buffalo St. College  To Be Determined                 () To Be Determined               

Round 2

Round 3

  (1) Olean 17-1-0   Feb. 22 , 7:00 PM @ Olean Sr. High    () To Be Determined        (4) Maryvale 12-6-0   Feb. 22 , 7:00 PM @ Maryvale    () To Be Determined   

  (8) Burgard 14-4-0 Feb. 20 , 7:00 PM @ Math Science Tech Prep  (9) Tonawanda 9-9-0  

  (5) Newfane 14-4-0 Feb. 20 , 7:00 PM @ Newfane  (12) Bennett 4-15-0  

  (2) Lackawanna 15-3-0   Feb. 22 , 7:00 PM @ Lackawanna    () To Be Determined        (3) East Aurora 12-6-0   Feb. 22 , 7:00 PM @ East Aurora HS    () To Be Determined   

  (7) Depew 11-7-0 Feb. 20 , 7:00 PM @ Depew  (10) Dunkirk 7-12-0  

  (6) Lafayette 12-5-0 Feb. 20 , 6:00 PM @ McKinley  (11) Alden 8-11-0

 

() To Be Determined                Mar. 2 , 1:45 PM @ Buffalo St. College                () To Be Determined               

To Be Determined

 

Round 2

Round 3

 

  (8) Emerson 11-6-0 Feb. 20 , 7:00 PM @ Hutch Tech  (9) City Honors 5-13-0  

 

  () To Be Determined          Feb. 25 , 5:30 PM @ Buffalo St. College () To Be Determined 

  (5) Akron 12-6-0 Feb. 20 , 7:00 PM @ Akron  (12) Gowanda 4-15-0

  (4) Fredonia 14-4-0   Feb. 22 , 7:00 PM @ Fredonia Central School    () To Be Determined   

      () To Be Determined       

 

        () To Be Determined   

           

() To Be Determined 

 

 

 

 

    Feb. 26 , 5:30 PM @ Buffalo St. College () To Be Determined 

  (3) Buffalo East 12-6-0     Feb. 22 , 8:00 PM @ Math Science Tech Prep  (6) Southwestern 12-6-0   Feb. 20 , 7:00 PM @ Southwestern Central School  () To Be Determined  (11) Medina 7-12-0  

      () To Be Determined       

 

             

Round 2

  (8) Salamanca 9-8-0 Feb. 20 , 7:00 PM @ Salamanca  (9) Alleghany-Limestone 5-13-0

  (1) Occupational Training Center 13-5-0   Feb. 22 , 7:00 PM @ ECC    () To Be Determined   

 

 

 

  (4) Randolph 11-7-0   Feb. 22 , 7:00 PM @ Randolph Central School    (5) Tapestry Charter 11-7-0  

Round 3

      () To Be Determined        Feb. 27 , 6:00 PM @ Jamestown Community College       

 

     

() To Be Determined 

 

To Be Determined

 

      () To Be Determined 

 

 

 

() To Be Determined 

 

 

   

  Feb. 27 , 7:45 PM @ Jamestown Community College        () To Be Determined   

 

 

  (3) Holland 9-7-0   Feb. 22 , 7:00 PM @ Holland   

  (6) Barker 10-8-0 Feb. 20 , 7:00 PM @ Barker Central School  (11) Leonardo da Vinci 0-15-0

         

() To Be Determined 

 

 

 

 

class c2 Boys Sectional Bracket Round 2

(8) Olmsted 8-10-0 Feb. 20 , 7:00 PM @ Olmsted  (9) International Prep 5-12-0

  (1) Silver Creek 18-0-0   Feb. 22 , 7:00 PM @ Silver Creek Central School    () To Be Determined   

 

 

 

  (6) Health Sciences 11-6-0 Feb. 20 , 7:00 PM @ Tapestry  (11) Franklinville 3-15-0

() To Be Determined 

 

 

  Feb. 26 , 7:45 PM @ Jamestown Community College      (3) Portville 16-2-0       Feb. 22 , 7:00 PM @ Portville High School  () To Be Determined      () To Be Determined       

  () To Be Determined               

class D Boys Sectional Bracket

2013 Section 6 Boys Varsity Basketball Class D Sectional Bracket Round 1

Round 2

 

Round 3

Final

() To Be Determined 

 

  (1) Brocton 15-1-0   Feb. 22 , 7:00 PM @ Brocton Central School   

     

(8) Pine Valley 6-12-0 Feb. 20 , 7:00 PM @ Pine Valley Central School  (9) Forestville 5-13-0

() To Be Determined 

 

 

 

 

 

  (4) North Collins 8-9-0   Feb. 22 , 7:00 PM @ North Collins Central School    (5) Ellicottville 8-10-0  

  Feb. 25 , 6:00 PM @ Jamestown Community College       

 

     

() To Be Determined 

 

     

To Be Determined

 

      () To Be Determined 

 

 

 

() To Be Determined 

 

 

  Feb. 25 , 7:45 PM @ Jamestown Community College      (3) Clymer 12-5-0       Feb. 22 , 7:00 PM @ Clymer Central School () To Be Determined      () To Be Determined       

 

 

(7) Panama 5-12-0 Feb. 20 , 7:00 PM @ Panama Central School  (10) West Valley Central 3-15-0

 

 

 

  (6) Global Concepts 5-10-0 Feb. 20 , 7:00 PM @ Global Concepts  (11) Ripley 0-14-0

() To Be Determined 

  (2) Sherman 13-5-0   Feb. 22 , 7:00 PM @ Sherman Central School   

 

() To Be Determined 

Final

Feb. 28 , 8:00 PM @ Chautauqua Lake Central School

() To Be Determined

() To Be Determined Mar. 2 , 3:00 PM @ Jamestown High School

(3) Tapestry Charter 12-6-0 Feb. 23 , 2:00 PM @ Tapestry (6) Barker 6-12-0

() To Be Determined

(2) Randolph 15-3-0 Feb. 23 , 2:00 PM @ Randolph Central School (7) Cassadaga Valley 7-11-0

() To Be Determined

Feb. 28 , 6:00 PM @ Chautauqua Lake Central School

To Be Determined

() To Be Determined

class c2 girls Sectional Bracket

2013 Section 6 Girls Varsity Basketball Class C2 Sectional Bracket Round 1

(1) Frewsburg 16-2-0 Feb. 23 , 2:00 PM@ Frewsburg Central School (8) Portville 6-11-0

Round 2

Final

() To Be Determined Feb. 27 , 8:00 PM @ Jamestown High School

() To Be Determined

() To Be Determined Mar. 2 , 4:45 PM @ Jamestown High School

(3) Olmsted 7-6-0 Feb. 23 , 2:00 PM @ Olmsted (6) Health Science 5-10-0

() To Be Determined

(2) Chautauqua Lake 16-0-0 Feb. 23 , 5:00 PM @ Chautauqua Lake Central School (7) Franklinville 8-10-0

() To Be Determined

Feb. 27 , 6:00 PM @ Jamestown High School

To Be Determined

() To Be Determined

Round 2

Round 3

() To Be Determined 

 

 

  Feb. 26 , 8:00 PM @ Chautauqua Lake Central School       

  (1) Clymer 16-2-0   Feb. 23 , 2:00 PM @ Clymer Central School   

 

 

      () To Be Determined   

 

 

 

  (3) Ellicottville 11-6-0   Feb. 23 , 2:00 PM @ Ellicottville Central School    (6) West Valley Central 9-9-0  

 

() To Be Determined       

() To Be Determined 

 

           

      Mar. 2 , 6:30 PM @ Jamestown High School       

To Be Determined

() To Be Determined 

 

 

      Feb. 26 , 6:00 PM @ Chautauqua Lake Central School       

     

    (2) Sherman 16-2-0   Feb. 23 , 7:00 PM @ Sherman Central School    (7) Brocton 6-10-0  

Final

() To Be Determined       

() To Be Determined 

 

     

     

Are teams ready for Playoffs? continued from pg 1

 

      Mar. 1 , 5:30 PM @ Jamestown Community College       

 

() To Be Determined

 

      () To Be Determined   

 

Round 2

  (4) Pine Valley 10-8-0   Feb. 23 , 12:00 PM @ Pine Valley Central School    (5) Panama 7-10-0  

 

 

  (6) Cleveland Hill 8-10-0 Feb. 19 , 7:00 PM @ Cleveland Hill  (11) John F Kennedy 5-13-0

     

  (2) Maple Grove 17-1-0   Feb. 22 , 7:00 PM @ Maple Grove HS   

 

             

  (3) Medina 12-6-0   Feb. 23 , 2:00 PM @ Medina    () To Be Determined   

To Be Determined

2013 Section 6 Girls Varsity Basketball Class D Sectional Bracket

      Mar. 1 , 7:00 PM @ Jamestown Community To Be College  Determined            

  (7) Chautauqua Lake 10-8-0 Feb. 20 , 7:00 PM @ Chautauqua Lake Central School  (10) Frewsburg 7-11-0

 

 

 

 

Feb. 27 , 6:00 PM @ Pioneer        () To Be Determined       

 

 

 

() To Be Determined       

 

 

  (8) Forestville 7-11-0 Feb. 21 , 7:00 PM @ Forestville Central School  (9) North Collins 3-15-0

() To Be Determined 

     

 

 

     

() To Be Determined 

      () To Be Determined     

() To Be Determined 

  (4) Math Science Tech Prep 11-7-0   Feb. 22 , 6:00 PM @ Math Science Tech   Prep  (5) Westfield Academy 12-6-0   Feb. 20 , 7:00 PM @ Westfield Central School  () To Be Determined  (12) Buffalo Academy of Science 0-18-0  

 

 

  (2) Buffalo Arts Academy 16-2-0   Feb. 23 , 2:00 PM @ City Honors    (7) Gowanda 5-13-0   Feb. 19 , 7:00 PM @ Gowanda Central School  () To Be Determined  (10) Charter School of Applied Technology   4-12-0

Round 1

() To Be Determined 

To Be Determined

Final

 

Final

      Feb. 26 , 6:00 PM @ Jamestown Community College       

      () To Be Determined        Feb. 27 , 8:00 PM @ Pioneer       

      Mar. 2 , 7:00 PM @ Niagara County Community College             

Round 3      

() To Be Determined                Mar. 2 , 5:00 PM @ Niagara County Community College                () To Be Determined               

class D girls Sectional Bracket

2013 Section 6 Boys Varsity Basketball Class C2 Sectional Bracket Round 1

 

(4) Maple Grove 11-7-0 Feb. 23 , 2:00 PM @ Maple Grove HS (5) Silver Creek 9-8-0

() To Be Determined 

 

    (4) Southwestern 7-10-0   Feb. 23 , 2:00 PM @ Southwestern Central School    (5) Fredonia 6-12-0  

(4) Alleghany-Limestone 9-9-0 Feb. 23 , 2:00 PM @ Allegany-Limestone High School (5) Salamanca 11-6-0

() To Be Determined 

(7) WNY Maritime Charter 8-10-0 Feb. 20 , 7:00 PM @ St. Mary's of the Deaf  (10) Cassadaga Valley 8-10-0

 

(1) Holland 12-3-0 Feb. 23 , 2:00 PM@ Holland (8) Oracle 2-14-0

       

Round 3

  (1) Wilson Central 16-1-0   Feb. 23 , 2:00 PM @ Wilson Central    () To Be Determined   

Round 1

 

  (2) Oracle 17-1-0   Feb. 22 , 7:00 PM @ St. Mary's of the Deaf   

 

 

class c1 girls Sectional Bracket

Final

      Mar. 1 , 8:30 PM @ Jamestown Community College       

Final

2013 Section 6 Girls Varsity Basketball Class C1 Sectional Bracket

class c1 Boys Sectional Bracket

2013 Section 6 Boys Varsity Basketball Class C1 Sectional Bracket Round 1

Round 2

  (8) Akron 7-11-0 Feb. 19 , 7:00 PM @ Akron  (9) Royalton-Hartland 4-13-0

  (2) Cleveland Hill 16-2-0   Feb. 22 , 7:00 PM @ Cleveland Hill   

  (7) Royalton-Hartland 12-6-0 Feb. 20 , 7:00 PM @ Royalton-Hartland High School  (10) Buffalo Arts Academy 4-14-0

  (2) East Aurora 13-5-0     Feb. 23 , 1:00 PM @ East Aurora HS  (7) Albion 9-9-0   Feb. 19 , 5:00 PM @ Albion  () To Be Determined  (10) Alden 10-8-0         (3) Tonawanda 15-3-0     Feb. 23 , 2:00 PM @ Tonawanda  (6) Springville-Griffith 11-7-0   Feb. 19 , 7:00 PM @ Springville- Griffith  () To Be Determined  (11) Maryvale 9-8-0  

Round 1

              Mar. 2 , 12:00 PM @ Buffalo St. College To Be Determined

 

  (8) Eden 9-9-0 Feb. 19 , 7:00 PM @ Eden  (9) Burgard 11-6-0   (4) Dunkirk 13-5-0 Feb. 19 , 5:00 PM @ Dunkirk  (13) Depew 1-16-0   (5) Newfane 12-6-0 Feb. 19 , 7:00 PM @ Newfane  (12) Lackawanna 2-13-0  

Round 3

      () To Be Determined        Feb. 27 , 8:00 PM @ Sweet Home        () To Be Determined                () To Be Determined        Feb. 27 , 6:00 PM @ Sweet Home        () To Be Determined       

2013 Section 6 Girls Varsity Basketball Class B2 Sectional Bracket

Final

  (1) Charter School of Applied Technology 15-3-0   Feb. 22 , 7:00 PM @ Kenmore West    () To Be Determined   

Round 2

  (1) Olean 15-3-0   Feb. 23 , 2:00 PM @ Olean Sr. High    () To Be Determined        () To Be Determined    Feb. 23 , 2:00 PM @ To Be Determined    () To Be Determined   

class b2 girls Sectional Bracket

class b2 Boys Sectional Bracket

2013 Section 6 Boys Varsity Basketball Class B2 Sectional Bracket Round 1

Final

class b1 girls Sectional Bracket

Round 1

Final

      () To Be Determined        Feb. 25 , 7:00 PM @ Buffalo St. College        () To Be Determined                () To Be Determined        Feb. 25 , 8:30 PM @ Buffalo St. College        () To Be Determined       

Round 3

    (1) Jamestown 14-3-0       Feb. 26 , 7:00 PM @ Jamestown High School  () To Be Determined      (8) Orchard Park 8-10-0     Feb. 21 , 7:00 PM @ Orchard Park  () To Be Determined    (9) Kenmore West 6-12-0     Mar. 1 , 8:00 PM @ Sweet Home  () To Be Determined            (4) Niagara Falls 13-4-0             Feb. 26 , 7:00 PM @ Niagara Falls  () To Be Determined          (5) Williamsville North 9-8-0           Mar. 5 , 8:00 PM @ Niagara County Community College  To Be Determined           (2) Lockport 15-1-0             Feb. 26 , 7:00 PM @ Lockport HS  () To Be Determined      (7) Frontier 8-10-0       Feb. 21 , 7:00 PM @ Frontier  () To Be Determined      (10) Clarence 7-11-0           Mar. 1 , 6:00 PM @ Sweet Home  () To Be Determined        (3) Lancaster 11-5-0             Feb. 26 , 7:00 PM @ Lancaster  () To Be Determined    (6) Niagara Wheatfield 12-5-0       Feb. 21 , 7:00 PM @ Niagara Wheatfield  () To Be Determined      (11) North Tonawanda 3-16-0      

2013 Section 6 Girls Varsity Basketball Class B1 Sectional Bracket

class b1 Boys Sectional Bracket

2013 Section 6 Boys Varsity Basketball Class B1 Sectional Bracket Round 1

Round 2

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5 Fredonia (6-12). The two CCAA Division 1 rivals split their two meetings this season with each team winning on the road. The winner of that contest will earn a trip to Pioneer and a date with either No. 1 Wilson (16-1) or No. 8 Akron (7-11). Once again, Cassadaga Valley is the only Chautauqua County school in Class B2 and the No. 7 Lady Cougars (7-11) could have their hands full with a powerhouse No. 2 Randolph (15-3) squad. It’s almost a foregone conclusion that the winner of Class B2 will be a Chautauqua County school. The class is so talented, in fact, that

undefeated Chautauqua Lake (16-0) only earned the No. 2 seed. The No. 1 seed went to Frewsburg (16-2). The Lady Bears host No. 8 Portville (6-11) while the Lady Thunderbirds get a No. 7 Franklinville (8-10) team that they only beat by five earlier in the season. No. 4 Maple Grove (11-7) hosts No. 5 Silver Creek (9-8) for the honor of playing (probably) Frewsburg on Tuesday at Jamestown High School. Chautauqua County boasts four of the top five seeds in Class D with No. 1 Clymer (16-2) and No. 2 Sherman (16-2) playing the part of favorites. No. 3 Ellicot-

tville (11-6) could pose a problem, though. No. 8 Forestville (7-11) hosts No. 9 North Collins (3-15) for the right to play top-ranked Clymer on Saturday. No. 4 Pine Valley (10-8) hosts No. 5 Panama (7-10). History should tell you never to bet against a Tim Nobles led team in the playoffs as the Pine Valley Lady Panthers usually turn it on this time of the year. No. 7 Brocton (6-10) is the lucky team to draw the trip to Sherman on Saturday. Be sure to follow all the playoff action in the Chautauqua Star and online at www.starnewsdaily.com.


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Lady Marauders Down Depew to Move on In playoffs Dunkirk and Depew remained neck-and-neck throughout the first period, ending with a score of 13The Dunkirk Lady Maraud- 12. The Lady Marauders ers defended their home pushed through in the second court and defeated Depew, quarter as they began to gain 65-44, Tuesday, to move more separation from Depew on to the quarterfinals of and claimed a 32-23 halfthe Section 6 Class B1 high time lead. Bogardus believes school basketball playoffs. they got off to a rough start Dunkirk faced some adver- because of their mindset. sity when it lost teammate “A lot of it is mental with Selena Ruiz early in the our girls and they add this second quarter due to an in- extra pressure when they are jury that required her to be expected to win a game,” taken out on a stretcher, but Bogardus said. “We therethe Lady Marauders pushed fore don’t play up to our level through the adversity. of ability when they add that pressure to themselves so I “We could only hope the think that especially going best for Selena because into the second half they she’s one of our hardest workers and one of the best kind of took some of that pressure off and they let the girls on the team,” said Dunkirk coach Sarah Bog- game come more natural to them and didn’t force anyardus. “I don’t know anything moving forward, but thing. They pushed through and did it in spurts to get the she heard a pop so I can’t victory and move forward.” imagine it’s going to be a good diagnosis. We were The Lady Marauders just a little off tonight.” By Chelsea Kramer

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and carry us through.” Dimary Maisonet led the team with four assists. Dunkirk combined for 14 blocks and steals, but failed to knock down the majority outside shots. Bogardus claimed there is still a lot of work to be done. “We absolutely need to work on defense, we need to work on much better help defense and obviously knock down the outside shots,” Bogardus said. “We virtually scored all our points inside today and we Dunkirk’s Joyce Bomasuto looks to pass between two can’t be a one dimensional Depew defenders, Tuesday during the first round of team we actually have to Section 6 Class B1 playoff action at Dunkirk High School. have people stepping up (Photo by Stefan Gestwicki) from the outside so we can continued their march five steals. have a balanced attack. towards victory, ending “Khee Nance and Lacey Dunkirk returns home the third quarter with a Clark are our senior Saturday for quarterfi nals 48-35 lead. Khee Nance leaders and we know that and Lacey Clark scored when we need them to step action against the winner of the Newfane-Lackawanthe last 33 of the 36 total up that their absolutely na game. points of the night. Nance going to,” Bogardus said. also led the team with 10 In the boys’ game Tues“When the game’s on the rebounds with Clark close line you know you could day, No. 10 Dunkirk shook behind at eight boards and count on them to step up off a slow start to down

No. 15 Springville, 65-42, in a Section 6 Class B1 play-in game. Center Alex Crossan poured in a game-high 17 points while Manny Maisonet came off the bench to provide the team with a needed boost and 13 points. Dunkirk trailed with mere seconds left on the clock in the first quarter, but was able to use a pair of Maisonet free throws to take a lead after the first eight minutes. That shot in the arm propelled the Marauders to a 32-24 halftime lead and it wasn’t close again despite Dunkirk’s continued offensive woes. Dunkirk didn’t get a break as it traveled to No. 7 Depew on Wednesday. Perhaps fatigued from back-toback games, the Marauders went down meekly, 63-36. It was the second year in a row that Depew knocked Dunkirk out of the playoffs.

Kobe came into the league, he was one of the most exciting, high-flying athletes in the league. His game has changed over the years, but a Kobe in his prime absolutely has to be on my team. Guard: Jerry West — Wait, you mean that old guy who ran the Lakers for all those years used to play? That guy was one of the best players in the league in the ‘60’s. That guy is a top-10 player ever. That guy has the third highest scoring average (29.3 ppg) of all time — amazingly without the benefit of a three-point line. West had the type of game that would have translated perfectly to today’s game even though he the Bench Guard: Oscar Robertson was only 6-foot-3. His sig— There’s a lot of reason to nature move was made into poke holes in stats from the the NBA logo, which is cool early days of the NBA, but in its own right. He was on 14 All-Star teams in his 14 ‘The Big O’ averaged, yes seasons and he’d see plenty averaged, 30-10-11 durof action on my team. ing his first five seasons in the Association. In today’s Forward: LeBron James game, if a player averages — He’s the most dominant 30 points, 10 rebounds or player in the NBA right 11 assists per game they’re now. I can no longer debate an All-Star. Robertson that. He just keeps improvdid all three for a whole ing and makes everyone five-year stretch. He’s still on the floor better, well, the only man to average a except his opponents, whom triple-double for an enhe makes look foolish. I’ll tire season. Not LeBron, probably catch flack for not Jordan, not Wilt, not not starting him, but I’m Magic — Oscar Robertnot benching Bird. Maybe son. That has to be worth in three years and three a spot on the greatest team more rings I’ll change my ever “assembled.” mind. His string of startling efficiency recently is simply Guard: Kobe Bryant amazing. He’s already been — Kobe certainly has his to three NBA Finals and detractors. We’ve all heard has the ring that eluded the arguments. He got to play with Shaq in his prime. many great players. He’s slowly closing every hole in He takes too many shots. his game and even if he reHe’s a jerk. And you know tired today, would go down what? I’d probably agree as one of the all-time greats. with all of those. But that doesn’t make Kobe any less Forward: Charles Barkley of a cold-blooded assassin on — Most young fans probthe basketball court. Aside ably just know Chuck as a from Jordan, there’s never comedic analyst on TNT. been anyone to care so much But Barkley could ball. And about winning as Kobe. Let’s maybe The Round Mound not forget too, that when of Rebound doesn’t have

UCLA, Kareem is unquestionably one of the top-5 players in history. He had a staggeringly long career with the Milwaukee Bucks and L.A. Lakers. His sky hook remains the most unblockable shot ever. It was a thing of beauty and the 7-foot-2 (probably taller but most accounts) center made the sky hook as dangerous a weapon as there was. His role as “Roger” in the move Airplane only solidified his place on my team. Of course, the NBA has seen its share of players who accomplished amazing things. With only a 12-man roster, there are certainly players who were very hard to omit.

comentary continueD from Pg 1 teams. He was Finals MVP three times. He was league MVP three times. He was co-captain of the greatest team ever assembled with the 1992 Dream Team. He had a three-year stretch where he averaged 22 points/7 rebounds/12 assists per game. That’s comparable to LeBron for you younger fans. There’s no one, ever, that I would rather have bringing the ball up the court than Magic. Shooting Guard: Michael Jordan — Can we stop looking for “the next Michael Jordan”? It’s not Kobe. It’s not LeBron. It won’t be the next great player who comes down the road in 10 years. Jordan is in a league of his own. He was an All Star in each of his 16 seasons. He was league MVP five times and it’s only that few because the league got sick of giving it to him every year and named the likes of Karl Malone and Charles Barkley MVP when it probably should have been Jordan’s. The guy was Final’s MVP six times. He was on nine First Team All-Defense Teams. He won seven scoring titles. He somehow averaged a staggering 34/6/6 over a four-year stretch. The man who is obviously the best player to ever step on the court is going to be on the team. There shouldn’t be any arguments there. Small Forward: Larry Bird — Has there ever been a more unassuminglooking superstar in any sport? And make no mistake, he was a superstar of the highest quality. He was a 12-time All Star, threetime MVP and four-time MVP runner-up. One of the purest shooters in the history of the game, but

Bird did far more than just score. He has the highest career assists per game average (6.1) of any forward in history and he averaged a triple-double (24-10-10) in the ’86 Finals. The rivalry between Bird’s Celtics and Magic’s Lakers defi ned the NBA in the ‘80s. If I have to pick one player to take the last shot to win a game, I don’t even think about it, it’s Bird. He was on the ’92 Dream Team and he’s sure starting on my team. Power Forward: Tim Duncan — Duncan doesn’t always get love because he’s by far the most boring superstar of this or any generation. He doesn’t throw down thunderous dunks over seven-footers and he doesn’t knock down buzzerbeating three-pointers. What he does is consistently play impenetrable defense. What he does do is post up defenders and bank in two points off the glass. His nickname of “The Big Fundamental” is well deserved. He IS the San Antonio Spurs. They quietly won four championships from 1999-2007 and Duncan was the best player on that team. He won back-to-back league MVPs in ’02 and ’03. He was Finals MVP in ’99, ’03 and ’06. He not only earned his nickname, but he also earned his reputation as the best power forward of all time and, more importantly, a winner. Center: Bill Russell — Russell is another player who wasn’t flashy and unfortunately played before many stats were kept. But do you want a stat that really sums up Russell? He was 10-0 in Game 7’s. The man refused to lose. He made blocking shots into an art form. Admittedly the game was different in the 50’s and 60’s, but

Russell averaged 21-27-5 during a three-year playoff run. That’s 21 points, 27 rebounds and five assists for those following at home. One of my earliest memories of sports as a kid was opening up a magazine and seeing this smiling older man holding more championship rings than I could count. At the time, I didn’t know who that man was or even what sport he played. But that man, of course, was Russell, holding his unprecedented 11 NBA Championship rings. He played 13 seasons and won 11 rings. Do you think we’ll ever see that again?

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the stats of a Karl Malone or an Elgin Baylor, but this is my team and Sir Charles is unequivocally my favorite player of all time. I never said this team was unbiased. Or maybe I did, but either way, Barkley was undersized for a power forward, yet routinely out-worked, out-hustled and out-muscled bigger, more athletic guys. He was MVP in 1993, a key member of the ’92 Dream Team and averaged 30-11-2 during his three-year best. Few forwards could ever match The Chuck Wagon’s coast-to-coast speed, power, finesse and finish. Every team needs character guys, but that’s far from the only reason Chuck’s on the team. Center: Wilt Chamberlain — Sure, Wilt was a womanizing, ball-hogging, stat-obsessed, self-destructive, lazy loser (though he did win two championships later in his career). But no player in history has ever physically dominated the game like The Dipper. You probably know about his 100-point game, but you might be unaware that Wilt averaged over 50 points for an entire season — and didn’t win MVP! He won seven consecutive scoring titles, won four MVP awards, was a 13-time All Star, averaged 30 points/22 rebounds for 10 straight seasons and is the only person ever with 30K points and 20K rebounds for his career. Think what you want about this 7-foot1 monster, but he’ll always have a spot on my team. Center: Kareem AbdulJabbar — You had to expect the Association’s all-time leading scorer to make the cut. With 38,387 points, six NBA titles, six regular season MVP awards and three collegiate national championships at

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Guards: John Stockton, Bob Cousy, Pete Marivich, Isaih Thomas, Allen Iverson. Forwards: Julius “Dr. J” Erving, Kevin Garnett, Bob Pettit, Elgin Baylor. Centers: Shaquille O’Neal, Moses Malone, Hakeem Olajuwon. That might be a roster right there that could give mine a run for its money, but that just proves how hard this was. And yes, I intentionally left Karl Malone off of both lists because, in my opinion, he’s the most overrated player ever. Yes, he’s the second-leading scorer in league history. But he never won, might not have been the best player on his own team (Stockton) and routinely got shredded by elite players. Not to mention he was seen as dirty and not highly respected by his peers. My team is just fine without The Mailman, thank you. Do you think you can do better? Did I inadvertently miss someone (which is entirely possible)? Send me your thoughts to stefan. gestwicki@star-mediagroup.com.

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Ironmen Dominate In 6-0 Win

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The Jamestown Ironmen dominated their way to a 6-0 shutout victory over the Fresno Monsters (12-286) on Friday night during North American Hockey League action at the Jamestown Savings Bank Arena. Ryan Doucet kick-started the scoring for Jamestown (30-14-4) with a powerplay goal 16:44 into the first period. The assist came from Kenny Curtis. Tyler Dunagan buried another score less than two minutes later with assists from Nico Sierra and Ryan Urso. Michael Mazzotta and Nathan Ropelewski both chipped in with goals during the second period to give the hometown team a 4-0 lead. Assists for that pair of scores were accredited to Urso, Tyler Minx, Elliot Tisdale and Joe Mottiqua. Dunagan and Doucet each added another goal in the fi nal period en route to the shutout victory. Assists

Prospects Tournament from Monday through Wednesday. This is a type of ‘all-star weekend’ for the NAHL where players can showcase their skills in front of over 160 national scouts. Daikawa was chosen by the league to coach one of the teams involved. The rest of the team will continue to practice at the JSBA with assistant coach Yuji Iwamoto throughout the week until the Top Jamestown goalie Blake Wojtala helped the Ironmen to Prospects group returns to a huge 6-0 win over the Fresno Monsters, Friday at the rejoin team for practice on Jamestown Savings Bank Arena. (Photo by Scott Reagle, Thursday. After only one courtesy of Jamestown Ironmen) came from Sierra, Minx season; we played as a team practice as a complete unit, the Ironmen will play host and Evan Ritt. and had fun. This win on Friday to the Wenatchee was a stepping stone and Blake Wojtala made 28 Wild, who boast an impreswe look to continue this saves in goal and earned sive 33-7-4 record. the victory with his second upcoming week.” shutout in six starts this A tough week lies ahead for “The Wild are one of the top three teams in the season for the Ironmen. the Ironmen, who now sit in second place, four points league,” said Daikawa. “This was one of the bet“They are a top tier team back from the lead in the ter games we’ve played with some high end playNAHL North Division. all year,” said a satisfied ers, but we look to keep our Dan Daikawa, the head Daikawa and five of his momentum going.” coach of the Ironmen. “We players; Dunagan, Ritt, The Ironmen will take on played well defensively and Luc Gerdes, Brett Szajner the Wild this Friday at 7 were very unselfish. We got and Dylan Zink, will be p.m. and Saturday at 5 back to the way we were heading to Troy Michip.m. at the JSBA. playing at the start of the gan for the NAHL Top

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Bills re-sign QB Jackson; Fitzpatrick Staying This was Marrone's most defi nitive statement regarding Fitzpatrick's future since he took over last Backup quarterback month. Marrone, credited Tarvaris Jackson is comfor turning around a struging back to Buffalo after gling Syracuse program re-signing with the Bills over the past four years, on Friday. And returning replaced Chan Gailey, who starter Ryan Fitzpatrick was fired after three conremains part of the team's secutive losing seasons. future for now. Jackson had completed the In announcing Jackson's final year of his contract and signing, new coach Doug was eligible to become a free Marrone ended a month agent next month. He's gone of speculation regarding 17-17 in seven NFL seasons his plans at quarterback by as a starter, but did not play saying he intends to have a down for Buffalo after Fitzpatrick and Jackson spending all of last year as compete for the starting job. the team's third-stringer. ''I spoke with Ryan and Tar- Fitzpatrick's long-term status varis and told them we will in Buffalo had been in queshave an open competition tion as a result of the coachat the quarterback position ing change and after the - similar to what we will do quarterback struggled in his at all positions,'' Marrone second full year as starter. said, in a statement released Fitzpatrick and the ofby the team. ''I believe that fense's production regressed our players will embrace this last year. The Bills fi nished challenge.'' 19th in the NFL in yards By John Wawrow AP Sports Writer

The Bills are expected to approach Fitzpatrick in a bid to restructure the deal, but that had not happened as of last week. In re-signing Jackson, the Bills have, at the very least, added depth to the quarterback spot. Selected in the second round of the 2006 draft by Minnesota, the Alabama State product has appeared in 51 games, and has starting Doug Marrone, head coach of the Buffalo Bills, listens experience with both the Viduring an NFL football news conference in Toronto on kings and Seattle Seahawks. Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Buffalo gave up a draft Michelle Siu) gained after finishing 14th In 55 games in Buffalo, he's pick to acquire Jackson the previous season. In four thrown 80 touchdowns and in a trade with Seattle in seasons in Buffalo, Fitzpat- 64 interceptions, including August. The Bills made the move to shore up their rick is 20-33 as a starter. a career-worst 23 in 2011. quarterback depth, after Though he joined HallAnother knock against Jackson became the odd of-Famer Jim Kelly last Fitzpatrick is an expensive man out with the Seahawks. year in becoming only the contract. He signed a sixJackson was expendable after second Bills quarterback year, $59 million contract to throw 24 touchdowns in extension in October 2011, losing a three-way competition with eventual starter, three consecutive seasons, and is due a $3 million Fitzpatrick's inconsistency bonus if he remains on the rookie Russell Wilson, and backup Matt Flynn. has remained a question. team's roster next month.

Jackson's agent Joel Segal said his client was eager to stay in Buffalo despite his lack of playing time last year. ''Tarvaris told me he didn't need to test free agency,'' Segal said. ''He wanted to stay with the Bills and told me to deal only with the Bills.'' Jackson's best season came in 2011, his one and only year with Seattle. He went 7-7, putting up career highs with 14 touchdowns, 271 completions and 3,091 yards. The Bills have also indicated an interest in selecting a quarterback in the draft in April. Marrone's background is on offense. He's a former NFL offensive lineman who spent the 2006-08 seasons as the New Orleans Saints offensive coordinator. Though he didn't call the plays, his arrival in New Orleans coincided with the team signing star quarterback Drew Brees.

Bills continue Defensive purge, cut cB McGee team's longest-serving active players. Injuries, however, began catching up to McGee who finished last season Cornerback Terrence Mc- on injured reserve for the Gee was hoping the Buffalo third time in four years. Bills would give him one He was limited to just seven last shot to prove that he games before having surgery could still play. on a left knee that hadn't That opportunity will have fully healed from the previto come elsewhere, after the ous year. McGee was due to Bills continued their purge make a $1.75 million base of veteran defensive players salary next season in the fiby releasing the oft-injured nal year of a contract he had McGee on Thursday. restructured a year ago. ''It's been definitely a difficult McGee said he plans to day,'' McGee said by phone continue playing next season from his home in Dallas. ''It's once he's fully recovered. one of those days that you ''This is defi nitely not it,'' know is going to come evenhe said. ''I feel like I still tually, but you never know have something left to when. Yeah, I wish I could've prove, to go out there and kept going. But I think, show I can still play.'' because of these injuries, they In a statement released by wanted to move on.'' the Bills, general manMcGee spent 10 seasons in ager Buddy Nix thanked Buffalo, and was one of the McGee for his efforts, and By John Wawrow AP Sports Writer

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wished him the best of luck. McGee learned of his release a day after he left Buffalo, and after he met with several members of the Bills new coaching staff, and also had his knee examined by a team doctor. No one provided him any indication that he was about to be released. ''Yeah, it was a bit of a shock,'' said McGee, who was selected by Buffalo in the fourth round of the 2003 draft out of Northwestern State. ''But there's nothing I can do or argue about or get mad about.'' The move is the latest under new head coach Doug Marrone, who took over last month after Chan Gailey was fired following three straight losing seasons. Marrone has brought in an entirely new staff that

includes former New York Jets defensive coordinator Mike Pettine handling the same role in Buffalo. Pettine continues to transform his defense, with McGee's departure coming two days after the Bills released veteran safety George Wilson and linebacker Nick Barnett. The Bills need to free up salary-cap space in order to add to their roster. That includes the possibility of re-signing two key starters, safety Jairus Byrd and left guard Andy Levitre, who are both eligible to become free agents next month. McGee's effectiveness had declined over the past four seasons, a stretch in which an assortment of injuries limited him to 33 games, including 19 starts. When healthy, McGee was

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''It's defi nitely a big regret, because I know fans are really looking forward to being in that playoff atmosphere,'' McGee said. ''I know I was. But we just never got it done.'' The Bills also announced signing two free agents: quarterback Aaron Corp and offensive lineman Hutch Eckerson. Corp rejoins the Bills after he spent last offseason in Buffalo. He's an undrafted free agent out of Richmond, and also spent two seasons at Southern California. Eckerson, an undrafted free agent out of South Carolina, was cut by New Orleans before the start of last season. In 2011, Eckerson was cut by San Diego before the start of the regular season.


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gs ruff relieved of coaching Duties week after Ruff had defiantly said he wasn't done trying to ''clean up this mess.'' ''I think the last game was Lindy Ruff is out as coach quite honestly a tipping in Buffalo, meaning the point. And it was evident to slow-starting, inconsistent me that we were searching and sometimes lethargic Safor answers to too many bres have now become Ron questions,'' general manRolston's mess to clean up. ger Darcy Regier said. ''I Rolston was promoted think we were making some from the Sabres' minorstrides, but in the end, for league affi liate, AHL every two steps forward, Rochester, to finish out the it was one step back, and season as Buffalo's interim sometimes not that.'' head coach Wednesday. Ruff's dismissal ends his And it came less than a 16-season tenure in Buffalo, By John Wawrow AP Sports Writer

in the NHL alone, there had been 170 coaching changes since Ruff was hired on July 21, 1997. ''I'm disappointed for myself. I'm disappointed for Lindy. And when I see the players, I'm disappointed for them, too.'' Regier said. ''We should all be disappointed. As far as anger, we have too much work to do.'' Rolston is in his second season with the Rochester Americans. Regier said he'll use the remainder of the season to determine whether

Rolston deserves taking over the job on a full-time basis. Before taking over in Rochester, Rolston spent seven seasons as coach of USA Hockey's National Team development program. During that time, he became the first coach to lead the U.S. Under-18 team to win three gold medals (2005, 2009, 2011). ''Communication has never been better, so there were huge strides he had done in that regard,'' Regier said. ''Unfortunately, it didn't translate to the ice.''

pavelec Stops 29 In Jets' 2-1 Win over Sabres By John Wawrow AP Sports Writer

So long as goalie Ondrej Pavelec stays on top of his game, Winnipeg Jets coach Claude Noel doesn't have to worry much about his team's struggling offense. Pavelec did his part on Tuesday night, making 29 saves to help the Jets snap a three-game skid with a 2-1 win over the unraveling Buffalo Sabres. ''I thought Pavelec was fabulous, especially with that kind of pressure,'' Noel said. ''Pavelec's been really good, and in this game he was outstanding.'' And that made it easier for Noel to assess his offense extending its string to seven games since scoring three goals in regulation. ''To me it isn't about scoring goals. We're going to get our goals,'' Noel said. ''For me, this is really good for morale. It really gives us something to build off of.'' Pavelec was particularly sharp in stopping the final 11 shots he faced after Jason Pominville scored to cut the Jets' lead to 2-1 in the final minute of the second period. Andrew Ladd's goal that made it 2-0 early in the second stood up as the winner, and Bryan Little also scored for Winnipeg. The Jets won for the third time in 10 games while opening a season-high five-game road swing. ''After three straight losses, we wanted to get a good feeling back in the room,'' Ladd said. Demoralization and frustration continues to creep into the Sabres' locker room, which remained closed until 15 minutes after the players were booed off the ice. ''It's obviously disappointing and frustrating,'' Pominville said. ''We've got to be better.'' The boos began at end of the fi rst period and grew louder in the second when Buffalo experienced difficulty getting out of its zone. The Sabres then earned a Bronx cheer when they fi nally crossed the Jets blue line. ''We deserve to get booed,'' goalie Ryan Miller said. ''They just want you to work hard. They just want you to give them something to cheer about, and we let them down.'' Buffalo dropped to 4-10-1

minute in on the Jets' first shot on goal. That was reminiscent of how Boston built a 2-0 lead 87 seconds into a 4-3 win over Buffalo on Sunday. And the Sabres continue to hurt themselves with sloppy giveaways and lethargic play inside their own zone. Little was left standing alone in front, where he was set up by Evander Kane, who outmuscled two Sabres defenders to dig out the puck at the end boards. Nathan Gerbe's giveaway inside his own zone led to Ladd's goal 6 minutes into the second period. ''Something needs to get shaken up with our attitude more than anything,'' Miller said. ''It's defi nitely Buffalo Sabres' defenseman Christian Ehrhoff (10), of mental on our part.'' Germany, battles with Winnipeg Jets' left winger Andrew Ladd (16) as Buffalo goaltender Ryan Miller (30) makes a save Miller was otherwise sharp during the second period of an NHL hockey game in Buffalo, in fi nishing with 26 saves, N.Y., Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2013. (AP Photo/Gary Wiepert) and bailing out his teammates on several defensive miscues. Miller foiled Jim Slater trying to beat (through feb. 20) him through the legs on a team Gp W L otL ptS GF Ga breakaway with 2 minutes left in the opening period. eastern conference He also made a diving poke check to stop Kane atlantic Division on a partial short-handed Pittsburgh 16 11 5 0 22 52 38 breakaway with 20 seconds New Jersey 16 9 3 4 22 42 38 left in the first period. NY Rangers 15 8 6 1 17 39 38 Pavelec, appearing in his Philadelphia 17 7 9 1 15 45 49 200th career NHL game, NY Islanders 16 6 9 1 13 46 57 was equally sharp for the Jets. northeast Division Montreal 16 11 4 1 23 46 35 His best save came with just Boston 13 9 2 2 20 37 31 more than 5 minutes left Toronto 17 10 7 0 20 48 40 when he kicked out his left Ottawa 17 9 6 2 20 40 32 pad just in time to stop T.J. Buffalo 17 6 10 1 13 47 56 Brennan's hard shot from the left circle. Then there southeast Division was his left pad save in stopCarolina 14 8 5 1 17 41 40 ping Tyler Ennis from in Tampa Bay 15 8 6 1 17 59 47 close with 1:14 remaining. Winnipeg 15 6 8 1 13 37 47 Florida 15 4 7 4 12 35 56 Pavelec also made a sharp Washington 15 5 9 1 11 41 51 glove save to stop Drew Stafford set up alone in the Western conference lower left circle with 1:44 left in the first period. central Division ''Every save is important,'' Chicago 16 13 0 3 29 55 34 Pavelec said. ''It was nice to Nashville 17 8 4 5 21 39 38 see we had the lead in the St. Louis 16 9 6 1 19 53 50 third, and it was nice to see Detroit 16 7 6 3 17 43 48 we closed the game and get Columbus 16 4 10 2 10 36 51 the two points.'' northwest Division Vancouver 15 8 3 4 20 44 37 NOTES: Sabres D Jordan Minnesota 15 7 6 2 16 33 38 Leopold became the latest to Edmonton 15 6 6 3 15 36 41 land in coach Lindy Ruff's Colorado 14 6 7 1 13 37 43 doghouse, becoming a healthy Calgary 14 5 6 3 13 39 51 scratch for the first time this season. ... Jets penalty killers Pacific Division went 3 for 3 after entering the Anaheim 15 12 2 1 25 53 39 game having allowed an NHLSan Jose 15 8 4 3 19 39 34 worst 15 goals on 44 powerPhoenix 16 8 6 2 18 44 41 play chances. The Jets are Dallas 16 8 7 1 17 41 43 4-0-1 when they don't give up Los Angeles 14 6 6 2 14 33 37 a power-play goal. ... Pomin* X = Clinched Playoff Berth; GP = Games Played; W = Wins, L = Losses In ville's goal snapped a six-game Regulation; OTL = Overtime Losses; PTS = Points; GF = Goals Forced; GA = point drought that matched the Goals Allowed. longest of his career, according to STATS. ... The Jets have not The Sabres continue to since getting off to a 2-0 start to the season and has commit familiar mistakes. lost four in a row in regulation dropped consecutive home They gave up another early since a four-game skid from Jan. 21-31, 2009, when they games for the first time goal, with Little scoring a were the Atlanta Thrashers. since last February.

NHL Standings

NHL power rankings (through feb. 20)

By Stefan Gestwicki Star Sports Editor

These rankings are the opinions of a panel of two. Don’t agree with our rankings? Send us your thoughts at stefan.gestwicki@star-mediagroup.com. 1) Chicago Blackhawks 13-0-3 Hawks tied the record for longest point streak to start a season — San Jose on Friday. 2) Anaheim Ducks 12-2-1 A fivegame win streak showed just how tough the Ducks can be every night. 3) Pittsburgh Penguins 11-5-0 Sidney Crosby has five three-point games in Feb. for the red-hot Penguins. 4) Boston Bruins 9-2-2 A lull in the schedule has Boston at a league-low 13 games. Will the rest help or hurt? 5) Montreal Canadians 11-4-1 Nothing like a five-game win streak to jump from fourth to first in the Northeast. 6) New Jersey Devils 9-3-4 Tied with Pittsburgh for most points in the Atlantic, but headed in opposite directions. 7) Vancouver Canucks 8-3-4 A rough week has triggered some nervousness up in British Columbia. 8) Nashville Predators 8-4-5 Preds just continue to lose games in OT. Two points is better than one, fellas. 9) Toronto Maple Leafs 10-7-0 A hiccup in Tampa broke up what was a nice streak for the Leafs. 10) St. Louis Blues 9-6-1 Games against Colorado and Columbus have the Blues licking their chops. 11) San Jose Sharks 8-4-3 Stopped the bleeding with win over St. Louis, but plenty of damage from seven-game skid. 12) Ottawa Senators 9-6-2 Ho hum. Another win and another 37-save performance from Craig Anderson. 13) Carolina Hurricanes 8-5-1 They’re first in the Southeast. That has to count for something, right? 14) New York Rangers 8-6-1 Another 1-1-1 week proves this team isn’t quite there yet. 15) Detroit Red Wings 7-6-3 An unDetriot-like 12 goals allowed contributed to a rough week for Wings. 16) Phoenix Coyotes 8-6-2 Fourteen points in the last 10 games has Phoenix thinking playoffs again. 17) Dallas Stars 8-7-1 Jaromir Jagr is closing in on another career milestone with 995 assists. 18) Tampa Bay Lightning 8-6-1 The New Orleans Saints of the NHL. Probably the only watchable team in the Southeast. 19) Minnesota Wild 7-6-2 Rock solid record at home (6-2-1) is at least something to give fans hope. 20) Edmonton Oilers 6-6-3 They’re not terrible, but they don’t exactly strike fear into anyone either. 21) Philadelphia Flyers 7-9-1 Eccentric goalie Ilya Bryzgalov is four wins away from 200 for his career. 22) Los Angeles Kings 6-6-2 Mediocrity will not get you into the playoffs, let alone another Stanley Cup. 23) Colorado Avalanche 6-7-1 The Ryan O’Reilly issue needs to be dealt with if this team is going to move forward. 24) Winnipeg Jets 6-8-1 This team simply can’t afford penalties with its leagueworst 68 percent penalty kill unit. 25) New York Islanders 6-9-1 22-year old John Tavares is already closing in on 100 career goals (95). 26) Calgary Flames 5-6-3 An 0-3 record in shootouts is troubling, but so is the rest of this team. 27) Florida Panthers 4-7-4 This could actually be the worst team in the league with its -21 goal differential. 28) Buffalo Sabres 6-10-1 That 2-0 start seems like a distant dream for fans in what’s been a nightmare season. 29) Washington Capitals 5-9-1 How much longer will management let first-year coach Adam Oates captain this ship? 30) Columbus Blue Jackets 4-10-2 Three straight losses shows Columbus might not have hit rock bottom yet.


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2

SAFETY

POST

COVERS

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OFFICE_SPACE

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BUILDING RESTORATION Tile, drywall, flooring, paint. Free estimates. Call 716-965-2920. Pinzel custom construction

INTERIOR REPAIRS

HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Pressure washing, fire &

mold remediation & restoration. 716-640-0604

CERAMIC_TILE TILE INSTALLATION New tile or repairs. Floors, bathroom. Free estimates. Call 716-965-2920 Pinzel custom construction

CONCRETE HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Foundations, sidewalks,

driveways, floors & heated floors / sidewalks. We do it all! 716-640-0604

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Commercial-Retail-Home. High Traffic. Close to Mall. Fairmount Ave. Jamestown, NY Call 716-488-2399

COMMERCIAL BUILDING

UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS

Excavation, drainage, foundations, gravel, driveways . We do it all - reasonable rates! 716640-0604

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Fences, decks & railings. All types of construction & materials installed. Design sevices available. 716-640-0604

FLOORING

APARTMENT - PERRYSBURG Cozy

PLANER

VINTAGE PIANO Unique Small Wooden Piano, Chime Sound, 36.5L X 29T X 16W, Black & Red, Great Gift $240 B/O 716-365-5027

2 BR lower. Quiet. $375 includes water. References & security dep. 716-649-5440, 965-9728.

BLACK AND DECKER Circular saw. 7 1/4 inch. $30. 716-923-6507

SPORTING_GOODS

HOBART GAS POWERED WELDER $1,200. Call 716-595-2046.

Upper 2 bedrm apartment in Fredonia close to town. Avail. March 1. No Pets - References required. Call 716-672-2286

$700. GE A/C Gear Motor: 240 Gear Spd, 7.2 Ratio, 3/4 hp, 208 V, 60 cy, 3 ph, 2.2 Amp. 716-595-2046

MADENFORD SPRING & AUTO

ELECTRICAL_SERVICES

2 BEDROOM FURNISHED APT.

KILN

Model 274 S, 42 Amps, 240 Volts, $100. 716-595-2046.

BUILDERS_AND REMODELERS

we do it all! 716-640-0604

RYOBI 18V Cordless tool battery charger $10. 716-366-1425

less tool battery charger. $10. 716-366-1425

complete heating & air conditioning services. 716-640-0604

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RYOBI 12V

RYOBI INTELLIPORT 18V cord-

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Model W200. Onsrud Machine Works, Inc. $275. Call 716-484-4160.

REDGID 16 GAL. Stainless Steel ShopVac. NEW $125 716-366-1425

AIR_CONDITIONING_ HEATING

need your vehicle repaired? dont wait call for appt. cars, trucks. 716-672-7242

ONSRUD ROUTER / SHAPER

Cordless tool battery charger. $5 716-366-1425

7

FOR RENT

It’s not glamorous but it’s clean. 2 bdrm non-smoking apt $500 mo + elec. 1st/last req (716)269-8008 2 BDRM UPPER - DUNKIRK

FLOORING

INSTALLATION

Tile, hardwood, laminated. Free estimate 7169652920 Pinzel custom construction HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Flooring - all types in-

stalled. Reasonable rates! 716-640-0604

INSULATION HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Blown in fiberglass & ce-

EXERCISE MACHINE $39 (716)

LARGE

488-9094

$1,700. Call 716-595-2046.

Like new Gold’s Gym Stride Trainer 380, $150. Leave a message. 716-397-9873

HAMMOND MODEL 14-S 2440 # STATE MODEL D20 420 # 3ph, 2hp, $300. 716-595-2046.

LANDSCAPING

HUNTING KNIFE & SHEATH

760# CHICAGO SVC MACHINE

HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Very reasonable! - De-

GOLD’S GYM ELLIPTICAL

Tuf-Stag Ultra Honed Bowie knife in Leather Sheath, Collectable, 45. 716-365-5027 3 BRAND NEW Rawlings Baseball Helmet Size 6 1/2-7 1/2 GREAT FOR TEAMS LOOKING FOR EQUIPMENT $60.00 716-997-0821 3 NEW RAWLINGS HELMETS

New SILVER Phanthom High Powered Air Rifle W/Scope .177 Cal Velocities from 950/1200 fps $100.00 716-997-0821 SLV PHANTHOM AIR RIFLE

ELLIPTICAL

CROSSTRAINER

Exercise Machine like new. Priced to sell. (716)488-9094

HYDRAULIC

PRESS

$1,098. Call 716-595-2046.

No. 1-A. $550. 716-595-2046.

sign & install! 716-640-0604

1840# PUNCH/PRESS 3PH 4HP

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

$825. Call 716-595-2046.

1140 # DRILL PRESS Buffalo Forge

Co. $570. Call 716-595-2046.

FOR

LEASE

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FOR

MASONRY SALE

GREEN ARCH RESTAURANT cost OPEN HOUSE SUN. FEB. 24, $600 sell $250. call 366-1425 1-4PM GET STARTED IN BUSISEARS 16V CORDLESS tool NESS low down 792-4542 battery new $25 call 366-1425 5000 WATT INVERTER

2HP 125PSI AIR COMPRESSOR

almost new $65. call 366-1425 7” ANGLE GRINDER

366-1425

N/B call

800LB TRANS. JACK new in box $75. call 366-1425

WINTER_ITEMS

lulose, also rolled. Get a tax break to make your home more efficient! 716-640-0604

HOUSES

EXECUTIVE HOME 3100 SQ FT

In West Ellicot/Jamestown. Furnished includes 2000 Mercedes. $397,000. For more information call 716-490-2964

HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Foundations & repairs, re-

point & repair. 716-640-0604

PAINTING HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING

Professional, neat & clean! Interior & exterior. Reasonable rates! 716-640-0604

PLUMBING


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HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Repairs, drains cleared,

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ROOFING HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING

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SEPTIC_TANK_AND_ DRAINS by the “Wizard of Ooze” Lakeshore Septic Services, Inc. 716-934-4754

SEPTIC TANK CLEANING

HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Repairs & new systems.

Design services available. 716-640-0604

SIDING_AND_AWNINGS HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Metal, vinyl, composites.

Design sevices available. Let us show you what’s available! 716-640-0604

HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING All types! Repacement

& new constrction. Thermal - vinyl lifetime warrenty! Tax break! 716-640-0604

1956 OLDSMOBILE ROCKET 88 For restoration $3500 716-

with Top Lift Basket. $2,800. 716-595-2046.

LARGE TOOL BOX Fits fullsize pickup truck. $100. Call 716-484-4160.

1965 FORD C900 FIRE TRUCK

BUMPER TOW BAR & JACK

get ready for spring. yellow/black stripes. cragars. $15,000. 716-672-7242

1970-CHEVELLE

4 door on the road & inspected, V6 20 mpg plus, mechanically excellent, very good condition in & out. Wire wheels, new tires, full spare, plus donut, new battery, muffler, front brakes, nickel fuel lines & brake lines. New fuel tank, serpentine belt, alternator fan motor, fully serviced all filters, full power & remote starter/ alarm. 2nd owner like brand new. 113,000 miles asking $2300.00 716-Eight Zero One-5464. 1993 CHRYSLER NY SALON

2003 VOLKSWAGEN JETTA GLI

24 Valve V6 Engine with 6 Speed Manual Transmission. Asking $5500. 716-785-1129 2004 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER nice

MGB 24,125 original miles. $22,500 For more information call 716-490-2964.

1963

SUVS 4x4, door, v6 automatic,air conditioning, seats 7, newer tires. 110,00 miles asking $3900 obo. 716-792-4608

TRUCKS INTL. CEMENT MIXER TRUCK

$6,500. Call 716-595-2046. KNUCKLE

BOOM

TRUCK

$3,800. Call 716-595-2046.

1977 CHEVROLET C 60 Bucket

01 NISSIN SENTRA GXE 5 SP

1976 WATER TANKER TRUCK

Lift Truck. Only 70,000 miles. $4,700. Call 716-595-2046.

Reliable 4cyl 1.8L 126HP, Conv. Pkg, PWR Mirrors/Locks Cruise Rear Defrost, New Tires-41 MPG! 4,200 BO 716-365-5027

International Transtar 4300 412K miles 10-spd Fuller Trans. Cummins 290 engine. $7800. 716-595-2046

02 toyota corolla 35 mpg runs great very dependable new ft tires & ft brakes needs nothing 2700.BO 716-326-4379

3208 CAT motor. Runs and drives good. Has 16’ flat bed and Tandem axle. $3,000. 716-595-2046.

1972 Buick skylark convertable GS hood-ram air cleaner needs restored solid body 5000.00 BO 716-326-4379

1984 CHEVY 3500 63000 miles,

FOR SALE

Completely re-conditioned. 43 feet Aerial Ladder Truck. $7,900. Call 716-595-2046. 1939 65-FOOT LADDER TRUCK

Model 6G2. $15,000. 716595-2046. 81 BRONCO RANGER XLT 4X4

loaded, 2nd owner, low mi. $4,500. call 366-1425

VANS

2002 FORD EXPLORER XLT

SUV with high miles.loaded with options. KBB value $4400. sell for $3900 716-672-7242

FOR SALE

WINDOWS

FORD F SUPER DUTY TRUCK

595-2046

AUTOS

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1950S MERCEDES BENZ 220

For restoration $2500. 716-595-2046

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CHAUTAUQUA STAR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2013

FORD LOUISVILLE

350 carbureted, Runs great, $1,900. 716-595-2046.

1986 FORD CLUB WAGON 4 cap-

tains chairs, table, couch that folds to full size bed, 89,000 trip miles, excellent condition inside and out, must see to appreciate, asking $6,000. Call 736-7183 or 792-9462.

1997 GMC, Chevrolet 3500 series. $3,750 each. 716-595-2046. 2 BUS VANS

2001 FORD E350 SUPER DUTY

131,000 miles, Runs good, $2,500. 716-595-2046. For Parts Only. 150,000 miles, 175 hp, Automatic. Call 716-595-2046. 2003 ISUZU NPR HD

VEHICLE_ACCESSORIES CAR LIFT ALIGNMENT

Call 716-595-2046.

$1,000.

From water truck. $2,500. Call 716-595-2046.

8K 20 FT CRANE

HEAVY TRUCK DOORS

716-595-2046 for prices.

Call

Tow Bar - $125. Jack - $50. Call 716-484-4160. 2 WHEEL WEIGHTS

both. 716-484-4160.

$200 for

730 CU FT TANKER TRAILER

$8,300. Call 716-595-2046.

HOLMES WRECKERS FOR SALE Two Holmes 440s -

$1,000 each. Holmes 500 $1,200. Holmes 600 - $1,500. Call 716-595-2046. 5 LARGE SEMI TRAILERS 3 trail-

MACK 300 ENGINE $2,600. Call

716-595-2046.

CUMMINS ENGINES FOR SALE

5.9L 12 Valve- $2,300. 8.3L$3,100. N14 Mechanical$3,200 M11 Select $3,800. 716-595-2046. CUMMINS 8.3 L ENGINE 24V electronic $4200 716-595-2046. CAT BIG TRUCK ENGINES CAT 3116 - $2,400. CAT 3406 C $3,300. CAT 3406 E Engine $3,995. Call 716-595-2046. CAT C-15 ENGINE WITH CORE

521,205 miles - Runs great. $7,500. Call 716-595-2046.

ers: 48’, 2 trailers: 53’. Clean titles. $4,000 each. 716-595-2046.

CARCO WINCH

716-595-2046.

$1,000. Call

42” Firestone: 18.4 R 42. $1,600. 716-595-2046.

42” HUB MOUNT DUALS

HYDRAULIC

FIFTH

WHEEL

$950. Call 716-595-2046.

CHEV454 CARBURETED ENGINE Gas Big Block. $500.

716-595-2046.

FORD 474 / 7.3 L ENGINE Diesel

Engine, Runs great $2,800 716-595-2046

INTL. BIG TRUCK ENGINES 444

E / 7.3 power strokes - $1,800. International 360 Engine $2,000. Call 716-595-2046.

DETROIT SERIES 60 ENGINES

11.1 Liter Engine - $3,000. 12.7 Liter Engine - $3,900. Call 716-595-2046.

ANTIQUES FOUNTAIN PENS I am interested

in purchasing Vintage Fountain Pens. Call Jim 716-595-2161

MISCELLANEOUS FIREWOOD

TOPS

WANTED

South Dayton,New albion lake area. Accessible by pickup. Ron 716.965.2920 FUR TRADES Tanned Hides. Two deer hides, fur on for two without. Call Bob. 366-4924

military items and hunting items. Guns, Swords, Helmets, Foreign county uniforms, etc. Will buy complete collections. Jim Schermerhorn - 326-2854

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siX inDucteD into cHautauQua sPorts Hall of fame continueD from Pg 1 Cederquist coached for four years before his team won a meet. The next year his numbers more than doubled and the rest, as they say, is history. Chautauqua produced three consecutive championships from 1979-1981. Several of Cederquist’s athletes qualified for the Section championships, including Shawn

Smith, who was a Section 6 1,000 meter champion and the sectional record holder. But what does a coach take more pride in, the team success or the individual records? “Gosh that’s a tough question,” Cederquist remarked. “I take pride in both. The goal when I first started coaching was just to win

a meet. We got that under our belt. The kids got going and the championships started to come. The kids kept the program going and got more and more belief in what we were doing and pride in the program. The state championships started to come from there.” The next inductee was the late, great Jim Foti, whose

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honor was accepted on his behalf by his three daughters, who came from all over the country to be at the event. Foti, who passed away in 2004 at the age of 94, starred in basketball and football at Jamestown High School. He went on to St. Bonaventure University before moving to John Carroll University, where he was named to the all-time football team and the John Carroll Hall of Fame. He then started a coaching career where he amassed 466 varsity victories. He is also a member of the Wheeling Hall of Fame and the West Virginia Sports Hall of Fame. Racing extraordinaire Ron Blackmer, who kept the audience in stitches basically from the time he stepped up to the microphone to the time he took his seat again. From 1960 to 1978, Blackmer was a dominant force at both Stateline Speedway in Busti and at Eriez Speedway in Erie. He compiled 133 feature wins in the Sportsman Division, which was nearly three times more than his closest competitor. His championships were numerous and his success expanded to Olean, Wattsburg, Warren, Smethport and RollO-Bowl speedways. Now retired as the owner of West End Auto Parts, Blackmer is also a member of the Warren County Sports Hall of Fame. With the guest speaker being a two-time Olympic champion and four-time Olympic medalist in the sport of wrestling, the next induction held some added meaning. The inductee was Walt Thurnau, who for 36 years could be found leading the Southwestern Trojans to victory on the mats. Thurnau had the good fortune to coach under another coaching legend, Clarence “Flash” Olson when he first broke into the field. Thurnau then took over the reigns in 1975 and went on to post a 297-97 career record. He coached 17 wrestlers to the New York State tournament, including state champions Ed Pawlak in 1999 and Jim Nelson in 2002.

Again, in a sport where athletes can have both team and individual success, what does a coach take more pride in? “Nobody’s ever asked me that,” Thurnau considered. “You take a great deal of pride in either one of those. I guess if I had to pick, I would take more pride in the team having success instead of the individual. A lot of times individual success is just God given. Some people are just blessed with physical tools. But back in the old days, when there were 15 weight classes, you had to have a lot of support from a lot of different people. I would say I would probably take more pleasure in the team success.” Former Jamestown basketball superstar Jim Young was the final inductee on the night. His speech was somewhat rushed as he had to hop on a plane to go back home to Northern California, where he is coaching his high school team in the playoffs this week. That said, Young’s playing career was nothing short of phenomenal. He helped Jamestown to a Section 6 championship during the 1971-72 season then went on a record-setting career at St. Lawrence University. He then signed on with the English Basketball Association, where he was the only American guard in the league. “It was a step up from my college at St. Lawrence,” Young said. “It was the equivalent of D2. It was only the 10th year of the English Basketball Association, so that’s fairly young for a basketball association. They were recruiting guys who couldn’t make the NBA. It was like middlecollege level basketball.” The momentous evening concluded with some words from Baumgartner, now the Athletic Director at Edinboro University. He shared some stories from his wrestling days and also gave some life lessons he’s learned. He urged the young athletes in attendance to do

their best. That way, even if they fail, they can be proud of themselves for not selling themselves short. Baumgartner also made mention of the recent news that wrestling is on the chopping block by the International Olympic Committee. He’s on an American board that is going to fight the decision and hopes to save the sport that has made him what he is today. It was a wonderful event, a touching evening and a fitting tribute to the six men who earned their spot in the Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame. Area athletes honored were: Tiffany Decker (trapshooting), Ben Swanson (shooting); Megan Mietelski (Fredonia State lacrosse); Sarah Ficarro (Fredonia State diving); Bronco Rollins (Fredonia State track and field); Reilly Condidorio (Fredonia State soccer); Anna Jones (Mt. Union track and field); Aubree Jones (Mt. Union track and field); Kelsey Akin, Brittany Ihrig, Courtney Magera, Renee Massa, Morgan Molfi no and Emily Windoft ( JCC swimming); Andrew March ( Jamestown swimming); Nick Lenart (Panama basketball); Lyle Howard (Pine Valley baseball); Zach Fancher (Pine Valley baseball); Thad Johnson (Frewsburg baseball); Trent Thompson (Fredonia baseball); Christina Walter (Maple Grove track and field); Oliver Simpson (Maple Grove football); Jake Swan (Maple Grove football); Dan Lictus (Clymer football); Zeddie Williams (Silver Creek football and lacrosse); Nick Nocek (Fredonia wrestling); Cory Wefi ng (Maple Grove cross country); Maple Grove Cross Country Team; Hope Pietrocarlo (Maple Grove cross country); Dr. Robert Rappole (Maple Grove cross country); Frewsburg girls basketball team; Frewsburg boys golf team; Frewsburg girls softball team.


February 22, 2013 Chautauqua Star