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Volunteers Ensure Great Blue Heron Music Festival Survives and Thrives Organizers Credit the Many Community Members Who Help Make Three-Day Event a Reality

By Daniel Meyer Star Contributing Writer

The Great Blue Heron Festival has become known for offering three days of live music and various activities that are fun for the whole family, but all of that entertainment wouldn’t be able to be enjoyed if it wasn’t for a determined and dedicated group of individuals - the volunteers who make the annual event a reality. Scheduled for July 6, 7 and 8, this year’s music fest has once again been organized, coordinated and will be run by volunteers whose passion for music, their community and the concept of hosting family-oriented activities has helped the Great Blue Heron Music Festival return to Sherman for the 21st year in a row. “When we put this all together and then we take a step back after it is over each year and review what took place, I always marvel and say how impressed I am about what a great community we have and that’s mostly because of our wonderful volunteers,” said David Tidquist, who teams with business partner Julie Rockcastle to serve as festival co-directors. “What our volunteers do each year is help us grow and prosper and improve on what we offer from the year before. It really is quite remarkable.” Taking place amid farmland and forests in the low-key community of Sherman, the festival features a relaxed, laid-back and very comfortable atmosphere all three days of the event. Focusing on a nice array of music that includes bluegrass, folk, Gospel, Celtic, country and reggae,

the mood is set for attendees to experience a variety of musical tastes in a family-oriented atmosphere. With the non-stop musical entertainment being the main focus, the alternative forms of family fun come from a variety of workshops that focus on instruments and dancing, hands-on activities that the festival’s volunteers offer to anyone who is interested in perhaps learning how to play a few chords on the banjo, knock out a few beats on a bong drum or learn the basic steps of a salsa dance routine. “We have some amazingly talented and creative people who do some pretty amazing things, “said Tidquist. “The success of the festival year after year is because they help make it interesting and informative and extremely entertaining.” Regular attendees of the festival can attest to the incredible contributions made by dozens and dozens of volunteers each July. “It really is a wonderful event and it’s because of those volunteers,” said Kenneth “Kappy” Parker, who says he eagerly meets up with family and friends each year to enjoy the annual festivities. “Those volunteers make it happen, especially in helping with the children’s events and finding things to do for kids that they really get excited about.” The volunteers also help in the promotion of the local vendors who sell a variety of items that include clothing, jewelry, musical instruments and refreshments. “What’s great about our festival is how the nearby merchants see a big bump in business during the week we’re setting up and of course the

three days we welcome hundreds and hundreds of people to the community,” said Tidquist. “The vendors do a tremendous job showing their wares and getting festival goers a chance to make purchases of some truly unique items.” The Great Blue Heron Festival will take place rain or shine July 6-8, with tickets available for purchase online at http://www.greatblueheron. com/. Weekend passes purchased in advance are $75 and $85 at the gate, with one-day gate passes available

for $30 on Friday, $40 on Saturday and $30 on Sunday. Youth tickets (children ages 12-15) are $40 and all children under the age of 12 will be admitted for free. Details on the activities and workshops that will be offered, the entire musical entertainment lineup and more information on the three-day festival can also be found on http:// www.greatblueheron.com/ or by either sending an e-mail to: info@ greatblueheron.com or by calling 761-7190.

Weeded Down

County Works with Lake Management Commission To Control Nuisance Vegetation in Chautauqua Lake Office of Greg Edwards, County Executive Contributions by Patricia Pihl, Editor

A warmer than usual spring and below normal levels of winter snow and ice have lead to an abundance of nuisance weeds on Chautauqua Lake, a problem now being addressed by Chautauqua County and the Chautauqua Lake Management Commission (CLMC). According to County Executive Greg Edwards, the two groups are working to develop an inlake management plan with the longrange goal of reducing the weeds. In June, the Chautauqua County Department of Planning and Economic Development and CLMC selected Cedar Eden Environmental of Saranac Lake to complete a submerged aquatic vegetation management plan. According to County Executive Edwards, Cedar Eden has been commissioned to develop a comprehensive and integrated plan that will expand upon the techniques to manage the weeds that impair recreational, environmental, and economical resources in Chautauqua Lake. The plan will consider the location and type of man’s uses, areas of excessive weed growth, and where the conflicts between man’s uses and weeds occur. It will also identify sensitive areas and prescribe management

combine and organize the information from all previous studies on Chautauqua Lake and then identify any information gaps where further research is needed. If gaps are found, they can then complete the necessary work to fill those gaps and complete the plan. Edwards stated that the process will save time and money because it focuses on what still needs to be researched instead of completing the same studies repeatedly. “It will also allow us to more readily bring a resolution to the weeds that have become troublesome for residents, tourists, and property owners.” This plan is expected to be complete by April 2013. As part of this initiative and a parallel project, area residents are encouraged to complete an online survey Chautauqua County and the Chautauqua Lake Management intended to identify impaired regions Commission are working on solutions to decrease nusiance needs. of Chautauqua Lake. The survey is (Submitted Photo). available online at www.EcoLogiEnvironmental Conservation is realternatives that are practical for the cLLC.com/Chautauqua-Implementaquesting that an in-lake management tion.html. A second survey, specific control of weeds. plan be completed and approved.” According to Edwards, the plan will to residents in the Dutch Hollow Edwards added that without the complement the 2011 Chautauqua and Goose Creek watersheds, is also plan, the only authorized means of Lake Watershed Management Plan, located at the website provided above. which provided recommendations on controlling the weeds is mechanical For more information about ongoing harvesting and bio-controls such as how to address nutrient and sediprojects in Chautauqua Lake, contact ment loading into the lake, but didn’t the aquatic weevil, an insect known Jeff Diers, Chautauqua County Waprovide guidance on in-lake manage- to feed on the vegetation. tershed Coordinator, at 716-661-8915 Over the past several decades, several or by email at diersj@co.chautauqua. ment techniques. studies have been done on Chautau- ny.us. “In order for us to receive a permit qua Lake. Instead of conducting the for techniques to control the weeds, same studies again, Cedar Eden will the New York State Department of

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Chautauqua Organizations Promote Lake Health through Healthy Landscapes

Hoisington Named Rotarian of the Year

Contributed Article Chautauqua Institution

Visitors to Chautauqua County in Western New York can view the blooming results of recent efforts to develop healthy landscapes such as rain gardens and buffer strips with the long-term objective of improving the health of Chautauqua Lake and the surrounding watershed. Two local organizations are putting conservation, science, planning, and a lot of discussion into action. Since 2007 when it began an educational program called Healthy Landscapes; Healthy Water, the Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy (CWC) has worked with numerous landowners, gardeners, landscapers, landscape designers, grounds-keepers and others to understand how establishing healthy and beautiful landscapes can improve natural watershed storage and filtration systems. Recently, CWC conservationists Jane Conroe and Deb Naybor have teamed up to offer a number of educational and awareness building opportunities. Funded through a two-year grant program, the two are helping landowners, both on and off the lake, plan gardens and buffer strips using plants native to the Chautauqua region, test and analyze soil, and make connections with other professionals such as Chautauqua County Master Gardeners. Over the past year, they have helped 36 homeowners plan rain gardens and buffer strips. For information on planting a rain garden or buffer strip, contact the Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy at 716-664-2166 or visit www.chautauquawatershed.org. Chautauqua Institution located along the northern basin of Chautauqua Lake is working to reducing excessive nutrients, sedimentation and pollutants from flowing into the lake. Since 2010, Chautauqua has been working with Foit-Albert Associates, an architecture and engineering firm based in Buffalo, to identify and prioritize improvements in 13 separate and distinct areas on the Institution’s grounds that drain into Chautauqua Lake. A Drainage Management Plan calls for action to reduce nutrient input to the lake; retain water where it falls; eliminate or decrease runoff discharge into Chautauqua Lake; remove nutrients from

Pictured from left to right are: Sue Jones, President Rotary Club of Jamestown 2011-2012; Rick Sterne, District 7090 Governor 2012-2013 and Leslie Hoisington, recipient of the Rotarian of the Year Award 2011-2012.

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Buffer Strip Sunset Bay Lakeshore: Butterfly weed, swamp milkweed, spiderwort, and mullein add beauty to a buffer zone along the lakeshore.

water running into the lake; employ best management practices; and serve as a demonstration community. This spring, Chautauqua Institution received two grants totaling $696,000 from the Environmental Protection Agency and Clean Water Act funds distributed through the New York State Green Innovation Grant Program for the construction of an environmentally proactive surface and sub-grade storm water management system. Thus far the Institution has added a wetlands area near the South Gate and rain gardens at Fletcher Hall, Peck Avenue and South Lake, and in University Park. They have also created buffer gardens at the Glidden Shoreline on the northwest side of the iconic Bell Tower. In partnership with National Geographic Society, Chautauqua Institution will be presenting a series of events and lectures on Water Matters, the importance of water both locally and globally, during Week 4, July 15 – 21, 2012. On Sunday, July 15, from noon-4 p.m. During Water EXPO on Bestor Plaza, 18 area non-profits and government agencies will exhibit examples of programs in progress and the roles that they are playing in protecting and enhancing local water resources. In addition, Chautauqua County’s Water Emergency Team will

Rotary Club of Jamestown

exhibit its watercraft and the Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission will be present all weekend with its Life Below the Waterline mobile aquarium exhibiting fish taken from Chautauqua Lake by NYSDEC. Both of these organizations are members of a collaborative partnership of volunteers from 11 member organizations under the Chautauqua Lake Management Commission. The CLMC is aggressively working with county, town and village officials to develop local laws to reduce storm water runoff and soil erosion with the idea that implementing simple changes can significantly affect the health of the lake. For more information on the healthy landscape and conservation efforts in Chautauqua County, visit the Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy at www. chautauquawatershed.org. When visiting the area, be sure to stop by the rain gardens and demonstration sites located on Chautauqua Institution’s grounds. Locations are listed along with information about Chautauqua Lake and the Institution’s plans to keep Chautauqua Lake vibrant and beautiful at http://www.ciweb. org/CHQ-lake-management/#about.

The Rotary Club of Jamestown presented its Rotarian of the Year Award to Leslie Hoisington at its recent Recognition Dinner at the New Renaissance Center. Mrs. Hoisington was honored for her exceptional service to the Club as its Social Chairman for the past three years. Mrs. Hoisington was responsible for the annual corn roast, organizing the Rotary Club’s participation in the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Drive, the annual Christmas luncheon and a cappella concert, the late winter FARCH celebration, and the annual club recognition dinner. Hoisington is the marketing coordinator for Buffamante, Whipple Buttafaro P.C. She received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Speech Communica-

tions from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania in 2006. She is a member of the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation, a board member of Family Services of the Chautauqua Region, a graduate of the 2009 Chautauqua Leadership Network class and serves on various community committees including the organization and finance committee of the Downtown Jamestown Development Corporation, the Public Relations Committee of the Red Cross and the United Way allocations committee. Hoisington joined the Rotary Club of Jamestown in 2008. Sue Jones, Outgoing Rotary President and Rick Sterne, newly installed District 7090 Governor presented Mrs. Hoisington with her award and thanked her for her excellent organizational skills and service to the club.

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ALMANAC Statistics for the week ending July 3.

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Corning 95/67

Bradford 90/61 Warren 92/67 Coudersport 91/64

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Silver Creek 91/69

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Buffalo 91/71

Sinclairville 91/67

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Lackawanna 92/70

Westfield 90/68

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thunderstorm possible. Not as warm but humid toward Ripley; humid toward Sherman. Pleasant and less humid Sunday with sunshine and patchy clouds. Mostly sunny and nice Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

Fredonia 92/69

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Dunkirk 91/69

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Weather (W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms, r-rain, sf-snow flurries, sn-snow, i-ice.

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Precipitation 7/6 - 7/12

LAKE LEVELS

Meadville 94/66 St. Mary’s 92/64

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RELIGION

Historical Society Hosts Church Tour

Contributed Photos Diane Andrasik Picture 1: Ed Kolodziej of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton (formerly St. Mary’s) explains architectural points to participants of the church tour. Picture 2: Dennis Collins portrays Harry Swoyer, the last general manager of ALCO/ Brooks Works of Dunkirk before they ceased making locomotive and parishioner of the old St. Mary’s, now St. Elizabeth Ann Seton.

Picture 3: Brian Katta, recent graduate of Dunkirk High School, portrayed Captain Charles D. Tinley. Tinley was principal of Dunkirk Industrial High School and an Army reservist when he was called to active duty and sent to the Philippines. He became a POW when US and Filipino forces surrendered to the Japanese, endured the Bataan Death March and two Japanese POW camps before being sent to another camp in Japan, where he succumbed to starvation and dysentery. The

two women watching Brian are the daughters of Capt. Tinley; they drove from the Cincinatti area to participate in the tour. In front of Brian are reproductions of photos from the Industrial High yearbook, four of which were dedicated to Tinley. The photo at the right shows the two daughters as children in front of the plaque dedicated to their father. Picture 4: Brian Katta, center, is flanked by Jane Tinley (I have her married name in the museum and will get that to you) on left and Nancy Tinley Brown on the right. Brian,

a recent graduate of DHS, portrayed their father, the late Capt. Charles Tinley during the church tour. Brian will be entering the Army in July and has had an avid interest in World War II for some time. He supplied his own uniform from his own collection to be in the tour. When thanked for agreeing to portray Capt. Tinley, he stated that it was an honor to do so.

Keeping the Faith

Will God help me even though I made some really big mistakes?

By Rev. Michael Lokietek Family Church of Chautauqua County

Dear Pastor, can you tell me more about the Second Coming of the Lord? With all of the worldwide difficulties, more people are focusing on the topic of the End Times and the Lord’s Second Coming. Because there is much curiosity on this topic, many studies and books have been written to examine this topic. While it’s great that people are interested in what’s to come, it is important to examine the Biblical truth about this fascinating time.

Before we begin, I must acknowledge that there have been many individuals that have fallen into error due to bad teachings on this subject. These errors have included predicting the exact day of Jesus return (which scriptures forbid; Acts 1:7). This has resulted in people actually quitting their jobs and failing to plan for the future because they anticipate an imminent return of the Lord (which the Bible also calls error; 2 Thess. 3:10-12). A poor reaction due

to errors in interpretation or inflammatory teaching, however, doesn’t do away with Biblical truth. The first thing we need to know about the Second Coming is that it will happen. Jesus Himself said that He would come again! While there are many scriptures that attest to this, I highly encourage you to read Matthew chapter 24, Mark chapter 13, and Luke chapter 21. Pay particular attention to the phrase, “the Son of Man is coming” (King

James Version). Other versions may say “return” instead of “coming.” In these chapters, Jesus not only tells us that He’s coming, but also how He’s coming. Jesus says that we will see Him coming down from heaven, engulfed in clouds. These scriptures also describe what the conditions on the earth will be like at the time of His return. The second thing that the Bible reveals is that we should expect the Second Coming to occur at any given mo-

ment (Revelation 1:3). The Bible uses the illustration, “as a thief in the night” to denote the element of surprise at His coming (1 Thessalonians 5:2). This admonition is given to us so that we will remain vigilant and ready for His return. Dear friend, we may not know the exact day, nor have a guarantee that Jesus will return in our lifetime. However, if we live our lives in obedience and with the joyful anticipation that Jesus could come at any time we’ll be ready for Him!

SENIOR SECTION The New Ideal Retirement: Age: 67 Courtesy, Senior.com The age the typical worker expects to retire is no longer 65. For the first time this year, Americans expect to retire at an average age of 67, up from 66 in 2011, according to a recent Gallup poll of 1,016 adults. The average expected retirement age and been gradually increasing over the past seventeen years from age 60 in 1995 to 64 in 2005. Some 39 percent of workers now plan to retire after age 65, up from 30 percent before the recession in 2007 and just 15 percent in 1995. Age 65 remains a popular retirement age, with just over a quarter (27 percent) of workers planning to retire then, a proportion that has remained fairly consistent over the past decade. Older workers generally expect to retire at a more

from the financial crisis,” says Dennis Jacobe, Gallup’s chief economist. “There was a huge loss of savings and investments and housing values and all of those things have hurt potential retirees.” The Gallup survey found that the majority of current workers (55 percent) don’t expect to have enough money to live comfortably in retirement, up significantly from 42 percent in 2007 and just 32 percent in 2002. The proportion of people who expect to feel financially secure in retirement declined from 59 percent to 38 percent over the same time period. Younger workers are more optimistic about their retirement finances than those closer to retirement age. Employees age 40 and over are more than twice as likely to think they will not have a comfortable retirement (64 percent) than to think they will live com-

advanced age than younger employees. Those age 40 and older are planning to retire at an average age of 68, compared to age 65 among people under 40. The proportion of people who think they will be able to retire early has declined significantly over the past five years. Some 13 percent of workers are now aiming to retire in their early 60s, down from 18 percent in 2007. And the proportion of people who think they will retire in their late 50s has declined from 11 percent in 2007 to 7 percent in 2012. Just 6 percent of workers say they will retire before age 55, which is the same proportion of people who thought that in 2007. Financial insecurity may be compelling many workers to delay retirement. “There has been a lot of fallout

Thule Lodge Honors Birthdays of Members Contributed Article JS Sipos

The Thule Lodge is the Swedish organization in the Jamestown and Bemus Point area. It was organized 105 years ago for the Swedish immigrants to gather with their countrymen to preserve the Swedish customs of the country they left, and to socialize with oth-

ers. The lodge continues to this day preserving the Swedish customs through activities and events at their lodge located at 4123 Pancake Hill Road. One of the well known events will be their participation in the annual Scandinavian Folk Festival to be held at the Gerry Rodeo Grounds on July 19, 20 and 21. During the festival, there will be many kinds

of food stands, much music, folk dancing, Swedish lessons, Scandinavian crafts, vendors with Scandinavian items, and lots of singing. The festival is open to all. At the recent Thule Lodge meeting, members whose birthdays were in June and July were recognized and honored. With a special cake provided by lodge members

Susan W. Sipos and Diane K. Shaw, and decorated by Ranee Kaus of Cassadaga, a fun time was had by all during the time of refreshments. Shown in the photograph are lodge historian John Sipos, past cultural leader Allie Nelson Withers, auditor Tom Eckberg, lodge member Florence Swanson, past chairman and district master Edwin Sandberg and lodge member Betty Lawson. New members

fortably (29 percent). People under age 40 are more evenly split between believing they will (48 percent) or won’t (44 percent) have enough money in retirement. However, the age retirees actually leave the workforce has not changed over the past decade. Retirees have left their jobs at an average age of 59 or 60 in every single year since 2002. About a third (34 percent) of people retired between ages 60 and 64, the most popular age range for retirement. And 14 percent of those surveyed retired exactly at age 65. Only 16 percent of retirees managed to work past age 65. Early retirement was a common experience for current seniors. Many people (17 percent) retired in their late 50s and 18 percent retired before age 55.

Annual County Wide Senior Summer Picnic

prizes to give away, along with the five cash 50/50 prizes. Becky Blum Chautauqua County Office for The menu for the day is: A Chicken barbecue by All-Amerthe Aging will be holding its ican Barbeque & Catering of Senior Picnic at Midway State Park in Maple Springs again this Jamestown, with baked beans, potato salad, roll, watermelon, year. It will be held on Friday, and dessert. A snack will be August 10 from 10 a.m. to 2 provided during Bingo and p.m. in the large pavilion right down by beautiful Chautauqua there is full access to lemonade, water and coffee for the day. Lake. Tickets will be available from July 1 to 31 only and they This is an event well worth are non-refundable. The dona- your time and money to attend. tion for tickets is $6.00. You’ll never miss another one. Please contact any Office for We have cash prize Bingo at 10:30 a.m. and also will be sell- the Aging location for tickets: ing 50/50 tickets. Lunch will be Mayville: 753-4471, served at 11:45 a.m. with live Dunkirk: 363-3865, music from 12:30p.m. to 1:30 Jamestown: 661-8940. p.m. There will be many door Contributed Article


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In May of 1987, a young man fresh out of a RHEMA Bible Training Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma was ready to reach the world and share the message of the gospel. In June of 1987, that young man moved back to Forestville and pursued what he believed was God’s calling for his life, by simply serving in a local church. Twenty-five years later, the Rev. Michael Lokietek is still serving in that local church, but in a different capacity. While he started out cleaning toilets and serving as associate pastor, Rev. Lokietek is now the senior pas- Rev. Michael Lokietek was given the pastorate of Family Church in 1995. Throughout his 25 years in full time ministry, he has started three other churches with a fourth in the works, tor of four churches, spanning from New which will be located in Spain. York to Pennsylvania. BORN TO SERVE Since then, the church has experienced substantial growth. In 2000, they renovated a thought I’ d travel all over the place, ” said Rev. “I knew from an early age that I was called to previously unusable basement to create a stateLokietek. “Maybe be in missions, even. But I ministry,” said Rev. Lokietek, who was born of-the-art multi-purpose room used for youth never thought I’ d pastor. ” and raised in a Catholic church. “I thought I ministry. The real growth, however, would was going to be a priest. I just knew there was After being hired on staff at Family Church something there.” (then called Bible Christian Fellowship or BCF) come when Rev. Lokietek began to expand his vision beyond the doors of Family Church. in Fredonia, Rev. Lokietek served the church After graduating from high school, he went to TRAINING THEM UP and pastors for seven years before realizing he Tulsa, Oklahoma to study and follow the miniswould eventually be a pastor himself. In 1995, try of the Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin. He pursued a A notable part of Rev. Lokietek’s ministry is path of education in evangelism, having no clue Rev. Lokietek was installed as senior pastor of his avocation of a mentoring program to train BCF. that he would one day be a pastor.

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and raise up young men and women for the ministry. “There is something about faith that people have to experience. It’s caught, not just taught,” said Rev. Lokietek. “I don’t believe that just sitting in a classroom will teach you all you need to know about the ministry. I give the people I mentor opportunities to preach and I spend time with them so they can really understand what goes in to being a minister. There’s a lot that I’ve learned in 25 years, so if they can start ahead they’ll get farther than I ever could.” Through his mentoring program, Rev. Lokietek has raised up three other Family Churches in addition to the Fredonia location. Jamestown, South Dayton and Warren all boast Family Churches, with each pastorate filled by ministers that Rev. Lokietek has worked with intensively. Later this year, Family Church will be starting a fifth church in Spain. LOOKING TO THE FUTURE With a personal goal of ten Family Churches by 2020, Rev. Lokietek isn’t slowing down or settling with experience- he’s speeding things up. “I believe that Jesus Christ is coming back soon for His church, and we’ll do everything we can to make sure that people are ready for that,” said Rev. Lokietek. “We’ll keep training people up and sending them out to start churches.”

Annual Laurel Run Relay To Take Place July 20

as Contributed Article ote The Resource Center His 2). us The 2012 Laurel Run will kick off Friday, July ant 20, with the traditional Jamestown-to-Dunkirk relay run, and everyone is invited to take part. now Laurel Run is an annual event that celebrates the achievements of people with disabilities while urn at the same time driving home the message that we people with disabilities can accomplish great and things if given the opportunity. y Laurel Run was started in 1997 when Silver ! creek resident Wayne Hotelling jogged and cycled more than 400 miles across New York State in honor of his oldest daughter, who has Down syndrome. In 1999, Laurel Run covered all off New York State. Relay runners set out from eight different parts of the State, and some six weeks later the eight relay legs came together in Albany for a grand finale. Laurel Run had passed through every county in the State, and

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more than 20,000 people participated. Laurel Run is now an annual event that takes place in Chautauqua County, but it has retained the essence of that 1999 statewide relay. Each year, relay runners transport a Laurel Run flag from Jamestown to Dunkirk to officially kick off Laurel Run weekend. The day begins with a free community kickoff breakfast from 8 to 9 a.m. at The Resource Center’s facility at 75 Jones & Gifford Avenue in Jamestown. At 9 a.m. everyone proceeds up the sidewalk as a group to Eighth Street, from where the first set of relay runners will set out. The first runners will follow North Main Street out of the city to Horton Road. From there, representatives from area school districts will run the various legs of the relay, passing off the flag as they go along. The runners will follow Route 60 to Laona, through downtown Fredonia and out Central Avenue to Dunkirk. Officers from various law enforcement agencies will accom-

pany the runners along portions of the relay. In Fredonia, the runners will be joined by employees of the Lakeview Shock Incarceration Facility, who jog in cadence while leading the last group of runners to the finish. The relay ends at Washington Park, where the City of Dunkirk hosts a victory celebration. The last set of runners should arrive between 1:15 and 1:30 p.m. By having students participate in the relay, Hotelling hopes to help ingrain in them a lifelong appreciation of people with disabilities. Children with disabilities can be the target of taunts and ridicule from their peers, and events such as Laurel Run help to spread the message that people with disabilities should be treated with respect. If you would like to participate in Laurel Run as a representative of your school district, contact Hotelling at 934-3952 or at wehotelling@ verizon.net. Those participating in the relay will receive a 2012 Laurel Run T-shirt and will have

the opportunity to earn a gift card to a store of their choosing by raising money for Laurel Run. And you don’t have to be a student to take part in the relay – volunteers of any age are welcome. The 2012 Laurel Run relay is being sponsored by Premier Consulting Associates. The day after the relay, the 16th annual Laurel Run will continue in Silver Creek with a 5-kilometer walk, a 1k walk, an 8k run, children’s fun runs, and “Laurel’s Lap” (for anyone with a disability), followed by a party in the Village Square. In the afternoon there will be a motorcycle dice run. Proceeds from Laurel Run go to TRC Foundation to support disability awareness and prevention activities; money from the event also is used to enhance employment and work training opportunities for people with disabilities. For more information, call 661-4735 or visit www.laurel-run.com.


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Fredonia Farmers’ Market

Lamberton Hollow Honey Barbecue Sauce 1 cup ketchup 1/4 cup butter 1/3 cup water 1 T. paprika 2 T. local honey 1/4 t. pepper 1 medium onion, finely chopped 2 T. lemon juice 1 T. Worcestershire sauce Heat all ingredients thoroughly except last two in a saucepan on medium heat. Remove from heat and add last two ingredients and stir well. Add sauce to any of your favorite meats and enjoy! Recipe provided by Lamberton Hollow Farm in Fredonia. Lamberton Hollow Farm sells bread, baked goods, eggs, and other seasonal items at the Fredonia Farmers’ Market. For more information, call 716- 673-9356. Visit the Fredonia Farmers’ Market Saturdays from 8a.m-1 p.m. on Church Street for fresh produce and other great locally produced items. For more information, visit www.facebook.com/ fredoniafarmersmarket or call 716- 640-5401.

Red Cross Issuing Emergency Appeal for Blood Donations

could be the little girl with a rare blood disorder, a family member fighting canContributed Article cer, or a friend involved in a car accident. ARCSNY A supply shortage means that blood may not be available when it’s needed most. The American Red Cross of Southwestern Below is a list of upcoming blood drives in July. If you would like to donate, please NY would like to thank all those who call 1-800-REDCROSS to sign up. The show a dedication and commitment to American Red Cross of Southwestern help save lives in our community by donating at local blood drives this summer. New York is a United Way agency. However, in June, blood donations were JULY 8 down more than 10 percent across the country, with 50,000 fewer pints of blood Elks Club BPOE 922 Dunkirk *Free TShirt* than expected. This is almost half the 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. amount of readily available blood in the Red Cross inventory than there was this JULY 9 time last year. Every day, the American Eason Hall-Westfield Red Cross must collect more than 17,000 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. pints of blood for patients at more than 3,000 hospitals and transfusion centers JULY 16 across the country. Approximately every Blessed Mary Angela RC Church DK two seconds, a patient in the United 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. States needs a blood transfusion. By making an effort to donate blood, you JULY 17 can make a significant impact in someFirst United Church, Silver Creek one’s life. Blood and platelets are needed 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. for many different kinds of patients. It

JULY 18 Stanley Hose Co., Sherman 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. JULY 20 SUNY Fredonia Alumni Hall 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. JULY 25 Sheridan VFW Post 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. JULY 28 Chautauqua Fair Grounds Mobile Unit 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. JULY 29 Chautauqua Fair Grounds Mobile Unit 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. *Fralick Donation Center, 325 E. 4th St. Jamestown is open Wed & Thurs. 12:305:30p.m. Weekly (Closed July 4th)*

WOMEN’S SECTION Scrapbooking Today

It’s summer, that special time of year for barbecues, family picnics, graduation parties and weddings. Lots of weddings. After attending 11 weddings between June and October of last year, I was burned out on true love. I never wanted to ooh and aah over centerpieces, chair covers or flower arrangements again. The bridesmaids sweating in layers of cosmetics, Spanx and overpriced prom gowns just made me sad. If I saw someone’s tipsy Aunt Ethel shaking her groove thing to “It’s Raining Men” one more time, I thought I would go blind. The men folk, who only had to put on a tuxedo, show up and enjoy themselves, seemed to be having the best time of it all. The worst part about my nuptial overdose was that I felt I couldn’t give the proper amount of attention to the

couple tying the knot. Here they were, on the happiest and most important day of their lives, and I was feeling cynical over spending another Saturday night in a banquet hall. I wanted to make a scrapbook for every one of the couples that I had the honor and privilege of celebrating with, but taking on a task like that would be far too overwhelming to create anything but a generic album. Instead, I shot video, took candid shots that the professional photographers missed, put it all on a USB stick, said it was a “moving scrapbook” and called it a day. I felt like I was missing something, though, by not creating something handmade for the bride and groom (okay, the bride, really.) Luckily, this year is much more manageable having been invited to only three weddings. I can make some-

thing ahead of time, fill it in with those casual photos later on, add the USB with video and the photo files and give a more meaningful gift. The important thing with starting an album ahead of time is getting the colors and theme right. If you’re not close to the couple or their immediate circle of friends, this isn’t something to attempt. The approach you take to making a shabby-chic altered book for the couple getting married in a barn is going to be far different from the Katy-Perry-candythemed-teal-and-orange-affair at an Italian restaurant. Individualization is important. Luckily for me, my friend Carrie’s upcoming vows made this easier. She asked me to make the table numbers for her winery wedding, and I was more than happy to oblige. While creating these simple table

decorations, I punched hearts from the scraps, made a go-to kit of the leftover supplies, and now have everything I need to make a quick, simple album for her. For these simple table numbers, I cut 12” x 12” yellow cardstock into 4” x 6” rectangles and inked around the edges in VersaMagic Chalk Ink in Aloe Vera and Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Crushed Olive and Walnut Stain. I then cut 3” X 5” pieces from an old dictionary and inked them in the same manner, making sure to save the definitions of “love,” “wedding,” and “happy” for the album. Who is going to look at these closely enough to see that I made them from the pages with “acaleph,” “yelk” and “winkle” anyway? They just want to know where to sit. I stamped the table number in the center using Walnut

Stain, adhered them together using Scotch double-stick tape, added a 4” x 6” dictionary paper to the backside and was finished. These will look beautiful in her rustic wooden holders, and I look forward to seeing them on the table in a few weeks. By not being overwhelmed by the sheer number of weddings, knowing the couples intimately enough to anticipate the kind of celebrations they’ll be having and being able to prepare simple albums ahead of time, I can enjoy them without crafty guilt hanging over my head like a stormy cloud. It’s not nearly as difficult as starting a democracy from scratch in the eighteenth century. This week’s pick: Noble Winery, 8630 Hardscrabble Road, Westfield, NY, 716- 326-9463, noblewinery.com. We had a bachelorette picnic of sand-

wiches, fruit and Old Italian Red on blankets on their lawn overlooking spectacular Lake Erie. The staff could not have been more accommodating and friendly to us for our very special occasion, and I could not recommend them more highly if a winery tour is on your agenda. Anne Walterich is the owner of Sunset Scrapbooks, a photo preservation and album design service. When not contemplating the bravery of those Revolutionary souls who fought the most powerful monarchy on the planet to create an experimental (if problematic) government, she can be found online at SunsetScrapbooks.com.

need materials notarized.” No appointment is required but individuals are encouraged to call the YWCA at 326-2011 and check on Ms. SundayWarner’s availability.

bership is $12. Memberships are valid for one year from the date of purchase. There is no limit to the number of visits that can be added to an account and the visits remain available as long as the membership is current.

YWCA Westfield News News for the Week

Babysitting Classes

festival and the 20th year of YWCA sponsorship, we are Students aged 11- 15 who are interested in becoming trained publishing a keepsake Arts and Crafts program,” reported and certified babysitters are encouraged to call the YWCA Katie Smith, YWCA Executive Director. “Any area businesses, and add their name to our class list. Once enough people organizations or individuals interested in advertising are interested, there will be a in the program are encourclass scheduled. Classes traaged to contact the YWCA ditionally meet on a Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and pro- soon. There has been a great vide those in attendance with response from the business community and we don’t want first aid, home safety guidelines and emergency training. anyone to be left out,” Smith continued. “We are featuring Those that complete the class receive a variety of take home information on the vendors, a materials and written proof of history of the festival submittheir training. The class cost is ted by Linda Dunn, special recognition of the teams of $35 per person, but financial aid is available. Please call the volunteers that work the festiYWCA at 326-2011 to register val and a wealth of facts about the YWCA, the area and the your interest. festival in general.” Contact Arts and Crafts Keepthe YWCA at 716-326-2011 sake Program for details about being in“To mark the 40th year of the cluded in the program.

Arts and Crafts Vendors

Spaces still remain for the annual YWCA arts and crafts festival. The outdoor event, held in Moore Park on July 27 and 28, will continue to accept applications on a space available basis. Artists and craftspeople that have personally created items for sale are encouraged to visit the YWCA website at www.ywcawestfield. org or call 716-326-2011 for more details and information about the show.

Smith encourages people to call and make appointments or check ahead to make sure staff is available to serve them. In addition to daytime hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., there is staff available on Tuesday evening from 5 to 7:30 p.m. The YWCA offices can be reached at 326-2011 and there is an answering machine for messages.

Notary Public

The YWCA Westfield reminds area residents that administrative assistant Michelle Summer Hours Sunday-Warner is a Notary “While the YWCA makes every effort to be available and Public for New York State and in the building at 58 S. Portage is able to offer notary services. during business hours Monday “We continue to reach out to the community, to invite them through Friday each week, into the YWCA,” Ms. Sundaywe are a small staff and often pulled in different directions,” Warner said, “this is another service we can provide to our reports Executive Director members and others who may Katie Smith.“

Dollar Days Extended

The YWCA Westfield is pleased to announce the dollar day special on fitness visits will be extended. Until Monday, July 9, YWCA fitness members can purchase fitness visits for $1 each. “This special has been well received,” said Executive Director Katie Smith, “and we want to make sure everyone has the opportunity to take advantage of the savings. A current, valid membership is needed to use fitness visits but new or renewal memberships will be available at the same time. Adult memberships are $20 and a senior citizen mem-

About the YWCA

The YWCA is the voice for every woman. For over a century, the YWCA has spoken out and taken action on behalf of women and girls. Locally the YWCA Westfield is a member of the United Way of Northern Chautauqua County, the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce, the Northeastern Region of YWCA and the national YWCA organization.


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“From Stage to Talkies: Theaters in Jamestown”

Thursday, July 5 Music on the Pier

6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. City Pier Park www.visitdunkirk.com

Friday, July 6 Festivals 2012 Craft Show at Chautauqua 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Bestor Plaza Chautauqua Institution www.craftsalliance.com

Midway Lights

10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fenton History Center www.fentonhistory.org

Noon to 9 p.m. Midway State Park www.nysparks.com

Westfield Farmer’s Market

Great Blue Heron Music Festival

Routes 394 and 20 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Downtown Jamestown Farmers Market 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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6 p.m. to 8 p.m. 15th Annual Chautauqua Lake Festivals 2012 Craft Show at Jamestown Savings Bank Ice Arena Antique & Classic Boat Show Chautauqua www.jsbia.com

9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Village Casino www.cltt-acbs.org

12 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Bestor Plaza Chautauqua Institution www.craftsalliance.com

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Stars of Pop

Festivals 2012 Craft Show at Chautauqua

Bemus Bay Pops Concert Series

Jimmy and the Soul Blazers

10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Bestor Plaza Chautauqua Institution www.craftsalliance.com

2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. The Floating Stage www.bemusbaypops.com

Hotel California- Eagles Tribute

Monday, July 9

Bemus Bay Pops Concert Series

Chautauqua Lake Idol

8 p.m. The Floating Stage www.bemusbaypops.com

Independence Day Celebration Fireworks 9:30 p.m. Village-Wide www.findleylakeinfo.org

Sunday, July 8 Fly In Pancake Breakfast 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Dunkirk Aviation www.dkk.com

6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. The Floating Stage www.bemusbaypops.com

Thursday, July 12 Music on the Pier

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Sunday, July 15 Rod Stewart Tribute Bemus Bay Pops Concert Series 2:30 p.m. The Floating Stage www.bemusbaypops.com

Monday July 16 Chautauqua Lake Idol

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Friday, July 13 Big City Summer Concert Series 100 Proof Justice

The Amazing Spider-Man By Roger Ebert Chicago Sun-Times

We live in an age of speed-up, which may explain why the “Spider-Man” franchise feels the need for a reboot only 10 years after its first film, and five years after the most recent one. In its broad strokes, “The Amazing Spider-Man” is a remake of Sam Raimi’s “Spider-Man” (2002), but it’s not the broad strokes we care about. This is a more thoughtful film, and its action scenes are easier to follow in space and time. If we didn’t really need to be told Spidey’s origin story again, at least it’s done with more detail and provides better reasons for why Peter Parker throws himself into his superhero role. Parker is played by Andrew Garfield (“Never Let Me Go”), who at 28 looks too old to be in high school, but then movie teenagers usually do. His key quality is likability, which he shares with his predecessor, Tobey Maguire. Gwen, his classmate and girlfriend (Emma Stone, “The Help”), is a well-grounded female who needs some persuasion to bond with Peter. That’s partly because Garfield’s take on Spidey is sometimes a few strands short of a web. He’s not above showoff stunts in high school and takes chances with his newfound superpowers. This is the first Spider-Man who can leap off a skyscraper and make us wonder if he has a plan in mind. The origin story takes at least an hour to tell, and I enjoyed that, because it seems to me that CGI super-

hero films often go on autopilot during their big action climaxes. We learn how Peter lost his parents and came into the care of Aunt May Sally Field) and Uncle Ben (Martin Sheen, replacing the late Cliff Robertson). Finding his dad’s old-fashioned briefcase in the attic, Peter comes across brilliant scientific work about cross-species interbreeding, and that leads him to the Manhattan skyscraper of Oscorp, your typical comicbook mega-corporation with a madman at the top. The screwball scientist is his dad’s old partner, Dr. Curt Connors (Rhys Ifans). He has lost his right arm and obsesses about regenerating it by injecting himself with the genes of lizards, which can replace lost limbs (almost instantly, it appears). Connors overdoses on lizard juice and expands into the hyper-violent Lizard, who goes on rampages and knocks cars off bridges with its tail. Meanwhile of course the cops blame a midtown trail of destruction on Spider-Man, and wouldn’t you know that Gwen’s father is police chief Stacy (Dennis Leary). This sets up various close calls and reconciliations, and the movie’s single best action scene, when Spidey rescues a boy from a burning car dangling from a bridge. The kid is able to assist in his own rescue after putting on Spidey’s face mask; I doubt the mask has magical powers, but simply provides a psychological boost.

That also may help explain why Peter/Spider-Man spends so much time not wearing the mask. That, and the fact that Andrew Garfield is very good-looking, and the mask reminds me of Hellboy wearing a screen door. The best of all the “Spider-Man” movies remains Raimi’s “Spider-Man 2” (2004), with the best of the series’ villains, Doc Ock. This film is probably the second best. The Lizard is not especially inspired and seems limited to the dramatic range of a Godzilla. Luckily, the climactic battle atop the Oscorp Tower is intercut with parallel action involving the plucky Gwen, who risks her life in an attempt to immunize all New Yorkers from becoming lizards. Director Marc Webb is aware that effective CGI action must be slow enough to be comprehensible, and although the Lizard sometimes thrashes about in a rage, Spidey’s action makes sense. A technological footnote: Peter/Spidey depends on cell phones, which save the day when Spidey urges Gwen to — quick! — find the blue serum! Peter Parker is still a photographer (and still using rolls of film); although we see a front page proving the Daily Bugle is still being published, Peter doesn’t seem to free-lance for it anymore; no doubt he’s been downsized. The credit cookies promise a sequel, and I suppose by the time they make it, Peter will have switched over to making videos for YouTube.

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Lily Dale Assembly Opens 133rd Season with Silver Tea Banquet spokesman, Tenzin, (his only year’s seasonal assembly. “The By Peter Hamilton and singular name) said that he Silver Tea celebration is a day Star Contributing Writer and the other Tibetan Monks for all of us to convene for the have been to Lily Dale for sevbeginning of another season,” Each summer on or about the eral years in the past. “We come she said as she introduced each last weekend of June, the Lily each year to enjoy the peacefulof those around the table. “We Dale Assembly holds their an- are a family,” she insisted. ness,” he said while picking a nual Silver Tea Ceremony. It tiny red bell-pepper from his The Silver Tea Ceremony is was held in the central audiplate of vegetarian foods. He part annual convention, part torium, restfully shadowed by continued, “It is the transcenwedding reception and part groves of century-old oaks, dental and transformational high school reunion. The anmaples and hemlocks. energy that we get from being nual convention element is in this place that we take away The Silver Teas Ceremony is the the yearly drawing together when we leave.” The Tibetan direct equivalent of the family of professional spiritualists. Monks also leave their own reunion, a time to come from But most primarily, it has the spiritual energy within the Lily afar to meet again after a long underlying sincerity of the that sit seemingly haphazardly overlooks the waters of CasDale community. At the conclutime apart and unite as kin. official commencement to the along a snug maze of narrow, sadaga Lake, song and prayer sion of many hours of laborious That sense of family was the at- annual conference known as cozy streets that were laid out in were said. sand painting, the monks will mosphere expressed during the The American Spiritualists. the late19th century, many for The remainder of the aftererase their work, sifting it back June 29 evening event. “A very The day began with the Flag horse-drawn carriages. noon was spent experiencing into storage, their works of art, great family,” asserted Lynne Raising Ceremony at noon. Lily the character of the assembly The Silver Tea Ceremony began wiped away. According to the Wiltsie, the President of the Lily Dale representatives and comat 8 p.m. The buffet dinner, to setting and re-visiting it for Tibetan tradition, it is a manDale Board of Directors said as munity officials spoke to the those customary to the village’s which approximately 250 atner to illustrate the metaphor she sat at the center of a large, assembled congregation during relaxing ambiance. Sumtended, began after the singing- of physical transience and the round dinner table festively the formal observance that will mer residents and many of chant of visiting Tibetan Monks transitional spirit. That spirituornamented at which were begin the summer season. As which functioned at the blessall-season population live in ality is greater than the doctrine seated many of her friends who the flag was raised at a park that ing of the meal. The group’s gingerbread Victorian cottages of one’s individual religion, is had not been seen since last

the implied message from the monks. The Lily Dale Assembly season began at the conclusion of the Silver Tea and will continue through the 2012 summer until the weekend nearest to Labor Day. Throughout those months seminars and course study on subjects such as Spiritual Insight, Journey of Meditation, Lifeline Discoveries, Crystal Healing, and Connecting with Your Spirit Guides. At the closing of the Silver Tea festivities, the summer night darkened and a full moon rose over the lake, presenting a pervading fairy-tale ambiance over the homes and building of a divine and mystical village, empowering what Lily Dale is all about; the serenity of spirit.

Motivational Theme for Chautauqua’s Week Three: Inspire. Commit. Act. in various national magazines. Currently, he is an editor at Fast Company magazine where he writes and edits stories about Week Three at Chautauqua innovation and technology. - Inspire, Commit, and Act Jeff and Josh Nesbit will give the examines what stimulates and morning lecture on Wednescauses people to move from day. Jeff Nesbit is the executive ideas to action. Scholars who director of Climate Nexus, a study motivation and inspiranew national initiative that tion will give the morning focuses on climate and clean lectures starting Monday, July 9. energy communications. Josh The first lecturer is Michelle Nesbit is chief executive officer Nunn, chief executive officer of of Medic Mobile, a nonprofit Points of Light Institute. Nunn company that uses low-cost leads Points of Light Institute mobile technology and existand its business units, Hands ing open-source platforms to On Network, generationOn create connected, coordinated and AmeriCorps Alums where health systems in the developmillions of volunteers use their ing world. time, talent, voice and money President and chief executive to solve pressing issues of our officer of Sesame Workshop, time. H. Melvin Ming is the morning Lecturing Tuesday, July 10 is lecturer on Thursday, July 12. writer and editor Jon Gertner, Ming leads the efforts around whose stories have appeared the global presence of Sesame Contributed Article Chautauqua Institution

Street as well as initiatives that address issues for children and families such as literary, health and military deployment. President of the University of Maryland, Freeman A. Hrabowski finishes up the week with his lecture on July 13. He has been named among The Washington Post and Harvard Kennedy School’s seven “2011 Top American Leaders” and Time’s “10 Best College Presidents.” The afternoon theme for Week Three, in conjunction with the morning theme, is “Krista Tippet and Friends who Inspire, Commit, Act.” The 2 p.m. lectures will feature producer and host of American Public Media’s On Being radio program, Krista Tippet, as she interviews five of her distinguished friends for her nationally syndicated program.

Her guests for Week Three include Dr. Abdallah Daar, Father Greg Boyle, Joan Halifax Roshi, Imam Rami Nashashibi and Lawrence Krauss. Dr. Abdallah Daar, professor of both public health sciences and surgery at the University of Toronto, will give the interfaith lecture on Monday. Founder and executive director of Homeboy Industries, Father Greg Boyle is an expert on gangs and intervention. He also serves on the U.S. Attorney General’s Defending Childhood Task Force. Joan Halifax Roshi is a Buddhist teacher, anthropologist, author and social activist. For the past 25 years, she has lectured on the subject of death and dying at academic institutions all over the country. Executive director Imam Rami

Nashashibi leads the nonprofit organization, Inner-City Muslim Action Network in Chicago. Lawrence Krauss is foundation professor in the School of Earth and Space Exploration and physics department as well as the inaugural director of the Origins Project at Arizona State. Morning lectures are held in the Amphitheater weekdays at 10:45 a.m. Afternoon/Interfaith lectures are held in the Hall of Philosophy weekdays at 2 p.m. Afternoon lecture themes coordinate with the themes of the 10:45 a.m. lectures, but take a different angle of vision. Day tickets are available for purchase at the Main Gate Welcome Center Ticket Office on the day of your visit. Morning tickets grant visitors access to the grounds for $18 from 7 a.m.

to 2 p.m. For $12, afternoon tickets grant access from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. Combined morning/afternoon passes (7 a.m. to 8 p.m.) are $30. For additional ticketing information, visit https://chautauquatickets.ciweb.org/ or call 716-357-6250. Chautauqua Institution is a summer community located in southwestern New York State on Chautauqua Lake. It offers a unique mix of fine and performing arts, lectures, interfaith worship, educational programs, and recreational activities. Each summer the Institution hosts over 2,200 events and 100,000 guests. For more information please visit, www.ciweb.org.


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Boogie Wonder Band Concert on Bemus Floating Stage to Benefit Crèche & WCA Pediatrics By Linda Johnson Contributing Writer

Dust off the old bell bottoms ntil and platform shoes and get or ready to dance. Disco muths sic will be alive and well on Chautauqua Lake this summer in the form of the Boogie on, Wonder Band. Crèche and WCA Hospital invite you to th come out and party with them in Bemus Point, ‘70s style. ea On Saturday, August 11 at t 8 p.m., for the third straight ose summer, the Boogie Wonder Band will perform on the DFT ce Communications Floating g of Stage in Bemus Bay. This ten, piece retro/disco show band is will take you back to the era of it. sideburns and afros. Dan Dalpra, founder of the Bemus Bay Pops and owner of The Italian Fisherman, says, “The real story here is the ability to combine the quality brands of WCA Hospital, Crèche, The Italian Fisherman and the Bemus Bay Pops and produce an event that will ant bring the community together m. for a great cause that benefits the entire region.” on “The setting for a concert on Chautauqua Lake is magical,” au- says Brenda Ireland, Chair of call

the WCA Hospital Board of Directors. “We are confident that the crowd will enjoy this picturesque setting, great food, and be thoroughly entertained by top-notch performers.” This unique concert event will raise funds for Crèche, a local non-profit organization that has been helping children in our area for over 100 years, and for the pediatric patients served by WCA Hospital through the sale of limited, reserved seating tickets. Two types of tickets are available for sale. The VIP ticket features an eloquent dinner and open bar served by a full wait staff on the Italian Fisherman Deck. The Preferred Seating ticket features hot and cold gourmet hors d’oeuvres served on the Italian Fisherman Dockwalk and Lawn. Event sponsorship opportunities, which include Preferred Seating tickets, exist for businesses and individuals. “We hope this event will increase the community’s awareness of Crèche as well as raise money to support children in need,” says Amy Turner, event organizer and Crèche board member. “In addition to the concert, we will be conduct-

Facts about Disco:

Brenda Ireland, Chair of the WCA Hospital Board of Directors, joins Bemus Bay Pops representatives Dan Dalpra and Michelle Turner, and Crèche board members Amy Turner and Sandy Calalesina, to announce the Boogie Wonder Band in concert on Saturday, August 11 at 8 p.m. to benefit Crèche and pediatric patients served by WCA Hospital.

in e Courtesy WeGotDisco.com rs Unofficially started in 1974 - 1974: One of the 1st disco hits was “Rock the Boat”. aith ms, 1975: KC and the Sunshine Band had several hits including “Get Down Tonight” and “That’s the way I Like it”. ach 1976: Walter Murphy had a hit with “A Fifth of Beethoven”. s 1977: Chic had a hit with “Everyody Dance”. 00 n 1978: Chic had a mega hit with “Le Freak”. 1977-1980 were the biggest years of disco, with numerous movies, being released including Saturday Night Fever, and Thank God Its Friday. The 1979 Billboards top 10 contained mostly disco songs: Night Fever, Shadow Dancing, Le Freak, Stayin Alive, Boogie Oogie Oogie.

ing a disco costume contest and a basket raffle. We invite everyone in our community to generously support our nonprofit organization, the kids we are dedicated to serving, and our community hospital by joining us on August 11 for this spectacular event.” A portion of each ticket sale will be considered a tax-deductible gift to WCA Hospital. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. for the VIP and Preferred Seating guests, followed by dinner and hors d’oeuvres at 7 p.m. and the concert at 8 p.m. To purchase tickets or to learn more about event sponsorship, please contact any member of Crèche, call 716-664-8423, stop by the WCA Office of Development, or visit any of these web sites: www.wcahospital. org, www.crecheforkids.org, or www.bemusbaypops.com. Boogie Wonder Band A psychedelic disco-inspired musical group, the Boogie Wonder Band features ten band members who have been performing together since 1996. The group has shared the stage with ’70s legends like Gloria Gaynor and Kool & the Gang, and played at events for Sharpie, Levi’s and Cirque

du Soleil. Based in Montreal, they tour throughout Canada and the United States playing a funk- and disco-heavy set list while wearing leisure suits and afro wigs. With the release of six albums featuring numerous songs, the Boogie Wonder Band makes each show a little different than the last. Some of the cover songs they perform come from well-known acts such as Kool and the Gang, Donna Summer, The Bee Gees and many other party songs that people can sing and dance to. “The idea is to give the audience the sights and sounds of the 1970s. It’s a high-energy show and the closest thing you get to that time,” says bass player Boogie Cindy. “Dress up. It helps to get people loose, up and dancing. It’s a big party. It’s music that’s all about happiness and I think people need that. For two hours they forget about everything else.” To learn more, please visit the band’s web site at www.BoogieWonderBand.com.

“Some call July 12, 1979 the day disco died because of the Anti Disco event in Chicago called “Disco Demolition Night“. This was an event at the White Sox Stadium where fans could get in to see the game by bringing a disco record and paying 98 cents admission fee. The records were collected and ‘blown up’ in the center of the baseball field. This was a ‘protest’ against a radio station, WDAI, going ‘all disco’.” “Disco went from being ‘cool’ to being way overdone in all media formats – Rock bands started doing ‘disco’ songs, tv commercials used ‘disco’ theme music, etc.” WKRP (80�s TV show) featured an Anti-Disco DJ “Dr. Johnny Fever”.


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commuter gate pass. Robert H. Jackson Center The series, “Justice After Nuremberg,” will explore the Holocaust through the framework of the The Robert H. Jackson Center, as trials which brought the survivpart of a continuing collaboration ing perpetrators of war crimes with the Chautauqua Institution, and crimes against humanity to announces a week-long Special justice. From the international Studies lecture series. The daily expectations leading into the lecture will be held July 9-13, Nuremberg trials to the over2012 at 9 a.m. at Hurlbut Church whelming documentation of Sanctuary on the Chautauqua the Holocaust—and how this Institution grounds. For more evidence was later used against information on attending one or the Nazis—the trials and its playall of these lectures, please call the ers will be examined by a scholar Institution’s office of Special Stud- of the Chief U.S. Prosecutor, a ies at 716-357-6250 distinguished member of the U.S. Department of Justice who or go online at www.ciweb.org and click on “tickets”. The cost of will share details of Nazi justice after Nuremberg, and a scientist the lectures is $22/daily session, with insights on the involvement or $88 for one week (all 5 sesof corporations that committed sions). Access to the grounds for heinous atrocities. the lectures requires a (no-fee)

The legacy of the trials and the lessons learned from prosecuting those responsible for the Holocaust endures. Though the chapters close – as with the recent death of John Demjanjuk – the evil man does to man seems to go on. Prosecuting such perils to humanity is just one of the legacies of Nuremburg. The speakers and their lectures are as follows: • MONDAY: John Q. Barrett (Professor, St. John’s University; Elizabeth S. Lenna Fellow, Robert H. Jackson Center): “Affected by Nuremberg?: Some Notable Cases in Justice Robert H. Jackson’s Supreme Court Judging, 1946-1954” • TUESDAY: Eli Rosenbaum (Director, Human Rights Enforcement Strategy & Policy within

the Human Rights and Special Prosecutions Section, Criminal Division, U.S. Department of Justice): “Nuremberg Epilogue: Nazi Criminals Escape Justice” • WEDNESDAY: Howard Triest (Nuremberg Trials Interpreter): “Howard Triest in Conversation with Greg Peterson” • THURSDAY: Eli Rosenbaum (Director, Human Rights Enforcement Strategy & Policy within the Human Rights and Special Prosecutions Section, Criminal Division, U.S. Department of Justice): “Inside the John Demjanjuk Nazi War Criminal Case” • FRIDAY: Douglas C. Neckers (McMaster Distinguished Research Professor (retired), Bowling Green State University; Henry T. King Fellow, Robert H. Jackson

Center, current CEO, Spectra Group, Ltd.): “Chemistry After Farben – What Did We Learn?” In conjunction with the lecture series, Nuremberg trials interpreter Howard Triest revisits the sites of his experiences in Germany from childhood through to wartime and Nuremburg in the documentary film, “Journey to Justice” at the Chautauqua Cinema on Tuesday, July 10 at 5:30 p.m. A Q&A session will follow. The Robert H. Jackson Center’s mission is to advance the legacy of Robert H. Jackson—U.S. Supreme Court Justice and Chief U.S. Prosecutor of the major Nazi war criminals following WWII at the International Military Tribunal (IMT) trial at Nuremberg— through education and exhibits. The Center is located at 305 East

Fourth Street, Jamestown, NY. Tours are available from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday – Friday and from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Saturdays. E-mail us at info@roberthjackson.org or visit us online at www.roberthjackson.org. For additional information, contact the Robert H. Jackson Center at (716) 483-6646. The Center can also be found on Facebook (“Robert H. Jackson Center” fan page) & Twitter (follow “RHJCenter”). This event is made possible through an ongoing partnership between Chautauqua Institution and the Robert H. Jackson Center, as well as through the support of the following sponsors: Everett Jewish Life Center, WGTE PBS Toledo, Ohio – Marlon Kiser, President, Doug and Sue Neckers, and Greg and Cindy Peterson.

Tammy Pescatelli Joins Lucy Comedy Fest Line-Up Winner of Comedy Central’s 2010 Stand-Up Showdown joins Gardell, Poundstone, and Arnaz.

Arnaz, will be the host and musical guest of the showcase Lucy Desi Center for Comedy Friday. Tickets are on sale at LucyComedyFest.com. The Lucy Desi Center for Being one of the final five on Comedy is proud to announce NBC‘s Last Comic Standing 2 that Tammy Pescatelli will be catapulted Pescatelli‘s career. joining an already star-studded She has appeared twice as a lineup that includes Billy guest on The Tonight Show Gardell and Paula Poundstone with Jay Leno, and has also apfor its annual Lucille Ball Fes- peared on National Lampoons tival of Comedy, August 1-5. Funny Money, NBC‘s Last Pescatelli, winner of ComComic Standing: The Best of edy Central’s 2010 Stand-Up the Best, and Comedy CenShowdown, will be performing tral’s The World Stands Up! at the Stand-Up Showcase on August 3. Lucie Arnaz, daugh- Pescatelli also recently appeared in her own half-hour ter of Lucille Ball and Desi Contributed Article

special for Comedy Central, Comedy Central Presents: Tammy Pescatelli. More recently, she has performed on TBS‘s Evening at the Laugh Factory, Last Call with Carson Daly, and has been a guest a number of times on the syndicated show Comics Unleashed, and was chosen for their Best of the Best worldwide top selling DVD. The Lucille Ball Festival of Comedy takes place August 1-5 and features Billy Gardell, star of the CBS hit Mike & Molly and his own 2011 Com-

edy Central Special: Halftime, Paula Poundstone, named one of the Top 100 Comedians of All Time by Comedy Central, The Story Pirates, a criticallyacclaimed kids comedy show that recently performed live with Conan O’Brien, and much more in addition to Pescatelli and Arnaz. Tickets for Live Lucy Radio Plays, Dinner Theater with The Ricardos & Mertzes, the first ever Lucy Olympics, a “Party on the Plaza” which features live music & spirits, museum & town tours, Late

Night Comedy shows in the Tropicana Room, and more are available at LucyComedyFest. com or by phone at 716- 4840800. About The Lucille Ball Comedy Festival The Lucille Ball Comedy Festival, or “Lucy Fest,” embodies Ball’s vision for her hometown legacy: a celebration of the comedic arts held annually on the weekend closest to her birth date, August 6. According to an economic impact study conducted by Buf-

falo firm Paradigm Economics, the 2011 five-day festival saw 13,000 in attendance and had a direct impact of $3.6 million in Chautauqua County. The 2011 Lucy Fest featured more than ten comedians from NYC, Boston, Atlanta, San Francisco and Los Angeles performing over five days, and made international news with the setting of a Guinness World Record for “Most People Dressed as Lucy Ricardo” with 916 on Lucille Ball’s 100th birthday.

Dunkirk’s Summer on the Lake Concert Series Chicago Tribute Band Takes Stage on July 12

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On July 12, the band 25 or 64 will be playing at Dunkirk’s Summer on the Lake Concert Series. The band consists of nine men who are dedicated to playing the early music of the band Chicago among other hits from the sixties and seventies. The band members are: Jack Campbell, lead guitar and vocals; Tim Theisen and Tom Lander, vocals; Bob Raphael, bass guitar; Dudley Brown, saxophone; Gary Peterson, trombone, flute and ewi; Dale Zimmerman, trumpet and ewi; Tim Wickham, keyboard; and Clyde Magee, drums. Hailing from Erie, Pa., it was conceived by Larry Kephart “who always wanted to jam in a horn band.” Sponsored by Graf Realty, 25 or 64 will play from 6:30 until 8:30 p.m. To see more tour dates for 25 or 64, visit their Friends of 25 or 64 Facebook page. For more information on the Dunkirk’s Summer on the Lake Concert Series go to http://visitdunkirk.com/ top-attractions/music-on-the-pier.


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Fredonia Farmers’ Market Announces First Naturalists Book Club Meeting Walks Scheduled at style of Warren’s narrative and ers’ Market sell fresh produce, humanely raised meats, honey, the abstract illustrations that Contributed Article Audubon  maple products, free range accompany each chapter.

m. d rhat Fredonia Farmers’ Market adhe Locals and visitors are invited 716) to join in a discussion of garbe dening memoir The Quarter H. Acre Farm by Spring Warren Twit-at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, July

This event is free and open to all. However, The Quarter Acre Garden will not be available for purchase at the market, so attendees are asked to bring their own copies. 7 at the Fredonia Farmers For those who wish to attend Market. The book chronicles future Fredonia Farmers’ ip the journey of a wife and on mother’s attempt to grow 75 Market Book Club Meetings, nter,percent of her family’s food for the next book in the series is of a year. Throughout the novel, Prodigal Summer by Barbara t Warren provides clever anecKingsolver. This meeting will S dotes, practical gardening tips, take place on August 11 at 10:30 a.m. recipes, and humor. Readers kers, will also enjoy the easy-going Vendors at the Fredonia Farm-

eggs, goat milk products, bread and baked goods, fresh flowers, knit wear, beach glass jewelry, candles, and more. SNAP benefits are accepted for approved food items. The market is held Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Church Street. Events are posted weekly on the Fredonia Farmers’ Market’s Facebook page. For more information, call 716- 640-5401 or email h.frame@yahoo.com.

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Just as museums offer guided tours, now you can have a guided tour of outdoor “exhibits.” On Monday afternoons from July 9 through August 13, the Audubon Center and Sanctuary is offering hour-long walks led Sue Jones, Outgoing Rotary President and Rotary by their extremely knowledge- District 7090 Governor Rick Sterne of Brantford, Ontario congratulate Chautauqua Region Community Foundation able staff of naturalists. Executive Director Randy Sweeney on receiving the local A continuation of the Walks Rotary Club’s SERVICE ABOVE SELF award at its recent with a Naturalist series begun Recognition Dinner. in May, these walks are sure to ness for young people. Contributed Article enlighten. Topics will depend on what nature provides and “Sweeney took off his profesJamestown Rotary Club what the naturalist observes. sional hat so to speak,” said The Rotary Club of Jamestown retiring Rotary President Sue With different staff leading the honored Randall J. Sweeney, Jones, “and worked tirelessly lifestyle by incorporating fresh walks, participants will get dif- Executive Director of the produce in everyone’s diet. ferent perspectives from each. Chautauqua Region Community behind the scenes to meld the objectives of the Sharp Fund, You are sure to learn something Foundation, with its SERVICE Bring your lunch from one the Sharp family’s wishes, the new and get some great fresh ABOVE SELF Award at its of downtown Jamestown’s air and exercise. recent Annual Recognition Din- Abrahamson’s goal for their eateries or visit one of the legacy WITH the needs of Camp market food vendors includThe walks begin at 2 p.m. with ner held at the Ney Renaissance Onyahsa and the Resource ing Elegant Edibles Catering, the following leaders (subject to Center. Center’s New Horizons clients. Big Pitt BBQ, and Planet Earth change): Sweeney, who has been the The Rotary Club today has a Conti, DJDC Special Projects Catering. Foundation’s Executive since July 9 - Jeff Tome wonderfully funded handicap Manager. “Many patrons ap1997, and a member of the The market welcomes new camp program.” Each year the July 16- Jennifer Schlick preciate the curbside parking Rotary Club of Jamestown vendor Uncle J’s Vanilla. endowment from the fund will July 23 - Jeff Tome but those few spaces did not since 1999, was honored for Uncle J’s Vanilla provides underwrite a part of a week at accommodate the number of his many years of work guiding Camp Onyahsa for handicap vanilla spices and other July 30 - Sarah Hatfield customers that filter through the Rotary Club’s Wendy Sharp individuals. cooking items. They carry a the market on a weekly basis. Handicapped Camp Fund with complete line of natural home August 6 - Jennifer Schlick Jones congratulated Sweeney We now have numerous spaces care products that are Natural August 13 - Katie Finch the Foundation. Wendy Sharp, reserved in the lot in addition Products Association Certified The fee is $5 for Audubon daughter of former Rotarian Bill and thanked him for his wonderful work for the Rotary and to the four spaces located on including all purpose cleaner, members, $7 for non-members and Kathy Sharp, was killed in our community. Sweeney was Third Street.” an automobile accident while window cleaner, tub and tile and free for Audubon volalso congratulated and presentreturning to Grove City Colcleaner and room deodorizers. unteers. No reservations are Continuing each week with ed his award by Rick Sterne, new lege after Thanksgiving break. In addition, natural personal required. live music, Brian Hanna will Wendy was studying to become District 7090 Governor. perform this Friday from 12-1 care items including lip balms, The Audubon Center and Sweeney is also a member of a special education teacher. p.m. Additional musicians are lip tints, hand creams and Sanctuary is at 1600 Riverside The fund was established in her the Board of Directors of the lotions, bath salts and a baby needed throughout the market Road, off Route 62 between name to help handicapped indi- Robert H. Jacson Center, serving care line are also available. season and anyone interested Jamestown and Warren. The as Secretary/ He serves on the viduals have a camping experiin performing is asked to DJDC invites the local youth Center’s building, with a nature ence at Onyahsa. board of Jamestown Renaissance contact Tiffani at 664-2477, community to participate in store and exhibits of live fish, Corporation as Co-Chair and is ext 226. the Farmers Market Kids! Eat reptiles, amphibians and more, The Fund had been slowly accumulating funds over the many President of the R.E.A.D. ComLocal Challenge. Kids! Eat Lo- is open Monday-Saturday 10 Eat Smart New York will be mittee. years of its existence and has cal Challenge is a fun contest a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Sundays providing a food demonstraHe serves as Secretary/Treaalso been the recipient in the that encourages kids to eat lo- 1 to 4:30 p.m. Its trails, Bald tion with samples for the surer of the Greater Chautauqua past of annual earnings from cal and learn about local proEagle viewing, arboretum, and community to enjoy. This week Region Estate Planning Council the Rotary Club’s Golf Tournaduce. There are nine different gardens are open dawn to dusk the demonstration will feature and is a member of Jamestown ment. Several years ago the fund tasks available and each entry every day. local cherries provided by the Church of Christ. was a recipient of a large gift must complete a minimum of market farmers. For more information, call when Rotarian John Abrahafour tasks to enter. Sweeney received the Distin(716) 569-2345 or visit www. Univera Healthcare will also mson passed away and then guished Service Award from The challenge will run through jamestownaudubon.org. return to the market in supan even more significant gift Rotary in 2003 and is also a the 2012 market season with port of their corporate sponwhen Abrahamson’s wife Lois Paul Harris Fellow of Rotary. He a winner drawn at the Unisorship. Univera Healthcare is passed away. The Abrahamson’s was honored in 2007 with the vera Healthcare Downtown part of The Lifetime Healthgift to the fund was a result of Community Service Award from Jamestown Farmers Market on care Companies, a family of Sweeney’s expertise in assisting the Jamestown Chapter of the Friday, October 19th. Three companies that now provides them to find the perfect place to Chautauqua County Chamber prizes will be awarded with health insurance coverage to leave their legacy incorporating of Commerce. first place receiving a one-year more than 1.7 million people Rotarian ideals and their fondmembership to the Jamestown across 39 counties of New York State, and long-term care YMCA. Entry forms available insurance nationwide. Univera online at www.discoverjameHealthcare employs more than stown or at the farmer’s market information booth. 6,000 people in upstate New York. For more information on Visit the market every Friday Univera Healthcare, visit www. from 10am-3pm in Foundry univerahealthcare.com. They Alley next to the Dr. Lillian will be distributing farmers Vitanza Ney Renaissance CenDONNA THE BUFFALO w TOUBAB KREWE market tote bags, magnets and ter or Like us on Facebook for THE TOWN PANTS w ENTRAIN literature on their insurance more information. options and living a healthy K E V I N K I N S E L L A w / M O S A I C F O U N D AT I O N

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New changes at Univera Healthcare Downtown Jamestown Farmers Market have proven to be a success early in the season. Each week participating farmers have provided fresh, locally grown strawberries, blueberries, peas, flowers mics,and herbs, fresh-frozen meats, w eggs, asparagus, peppers, ad a cucumbers, carrots, tomatoes, n inand much more. As the season continues, additional produce will be available to purchase. d rom “I bought asparagus from Scott’s Farm and Greenhouse and they were the sweetest, most tender spears I have ever ws had,” said a weekly market paess tron. “I bought sugar snap peas o- and strawberries from Abers o” Acres and they too were the 00thsweetest vegetables and fruits I have ever had. We had spinach salad from Abers as well and it was spectacular. Keep up the great work!” Although the market has offered free curbside parking over the past few years, this year provides many additional spaces in the parking lot, commonly referred to as the Gebbie Lot, on the corner of Second and Washington Streets. Those visiting the market are asked to enter the lot via Foundry Alley, driving slowly and cautiously through the market, and turn right into the lot to take advantage of all the additional free parking available to market patrons. Spaces have been reserved specifically for those attending the market for a convenient shopping experience. “With all of the new additions and upgrades to the market we knew this was one area that needed improvement as well,” commented Tiffani

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Audubon Presenting Nature Photography Classes wards specific cameras. If your camera is quite new to you, the instruction manual will be a Jamestown Audubon Center valuable tool. If you’ve been wondering how Classes are scheduled during you can use your digital SLR camera to take beautiful nature the last couple of hours of daylight to take advantage of the photographs like you’ve seen in publications and enjoyed at special light quality just before exhibits, the Audubon Center sunset. Participants will meet at the Nature Center building, and Sanctuary has an answer but unless the weather is parfor you. ticularly bad, lessons will take On four Tuesdays in July, place outside along the trails. from July 10 to 31, naturalist/ photographer Jennifer Schlick Participants should dress for the weather. As this is bug will be teaching a series on season, bring or wear your nature photography from 6-8 favorite insect repellent. Long p.m. at Audubon. pants and hats are recomCamera lessons will be geared mended. Bring your digital toward beginners who own SLR camera and a tripod if you digital SLR cameras. Lessons have one. will be general, not aimed toContributed Article

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Historical Society Hosts Picnic, Speaker at Falconer Park roamed Chautauqua Lake and the Conewango, Cassadaga and Chadakoin (then simply known as the outlet) waterThe Chautauqua County ways during the first half of the Historical Society would like 19th Century. to invite the public to its next “I was raised close to where upcoming speaker program. the Cassadaga joins the ConHistorical Society Trustee and A flatboat (foreground) and ewango just south of Falconer, Falconer resident Jason Sample keelboat around Pittsburgh and growing up I spent a lot will present “Early Water during the late 18th/early of time around those two Transportation of Southeast19th century. A similar scene waterways,” Sample explains. may have taken place in ern Chautauqua County” on “Us kids would go fishing or Wednesday, July 11 at 6 p.m. in the waters of southeastern exploring in the area, and Falconer Park (N. Phetteplace Chautauqua County during we would wonder how many the same time period. On St., Falconer N.Y.). In addipeople had passed through on July 11, Jason Sample with tion to the speaker, a summer the Chautauqua County those waterways. When I got picnic will also take place. Historical Society will give older, I started to read more Sample has served as a trustee a presentation on early about the history of the area water transportation in the with the Historical Society and I’ve learned that many area. The event is free and since April 2011. Last year, open to the public. (source: people have indeed passed he wrote and produced the through on various boats with wikipedia.org) historical society’s “Bicentensome very interesting stories. tion’s programming committee As a result, I’m excited and nial Biography” radio series – which featured biographical and serves as its publicity and looking forward to sharing marketing director. vignettes of 200 notable indithose same stories with others viduals from throughout the during the annual picnic.” Sample’s presentation on July county’s history. He also serves 11 will focus on the keelboats, There is no cost to attend the as the chair of the organizaflatboats and storeboats that speaker program or the picnic, Contributed Article

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Furniture History Talk

Contributed Article Fenton History Center

Come hear about an important part of our area’s history during the lunch hour on Wednesday July 11 beginning at noon. Fenton Trustee and local historian Clarence Carlson will talk about the evolution of the Swedish Furniture Co., started in 1883, which eventually became Crawford Furniture. The talk features images, stories and more about the once bustling local furniture industry. Carlson says, ”My interest started with my dad. He was a cabinet-maker in Jamestown from about 1929 to 1959. I was interested

Fenton Trustee and local historian to talk about Craford Furniture

in the factories he worked at; Maddox, Crawford’s and Union National. After reading a little about them I wanted to know more about the manu-

facturing of fine furniture in Jamestown.” The lecture will be in the education room of the Fenton

Your Retirement Is Definitely Worth Planning For You’ve heard it said before: Timing is everything. Especially when it comes to starting your Social Security benefits. More than 90% of working Americans are counting on Social Security to replace part of their current incomes when they retire, but the truth is the majority of those already drawing benefits receive permanently reduced amounts due to ill-informed timing decisions. In fact, many Americans fail to take into account the true impact of factors such as age, job status, taxes and marital status when deciding when to start receiving benefits. And that can prove to be a costly mistake. Don’t make the same mistakes other retirees make. It could mean leaving money on the table at atime when you’ll need it most. That’s why it’s important to develop a strategy to maximize your household Social Security benefits and enhance your overall retirement income plan. After all, a little planning now can go a long way – and in this case, we’re talking a lifetime.

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but everyone who is on hand is encouraged to provide a dish to pass. Reservations are requested by Monday, July 9. To make a reservation or for more information, call the Historical Society at 716-326-2977 or email mcclurg@fairpoint.net. About the Society The Chautauqua County Historical Society was established in 1883 and is the oldest historical society in Chautauqua County. Since 1951, the organization has been based out of the historic McClurg Mansion (built in 1818) in Westfield, N.Y. Annual Membership rates start at just $20. All members are given free access to the museum year-round and a subscription to the quarterly “Time Lines” newsletter. For more information, call 716326-2977 or visit McClurgmuseum.org.

Kwik Fill Supports Laurel Run Through Sales Of Paper Sneakers Contributed Article TRC

From July 2-29, area residents can show their support for people with disabilities by buying paper sneakers in conjunction with the 16th annual Laurel Run. For the 10th straight year, United Refining Company’s Kwik Fill and Red Apple Food Mart locations will be selling paper sneakers. Customers who purchase a sneaker can write their name on the sneaker and have it displayed in the store. The suggested donation is $1, but donations of any amount are appreciated. Sneakers will be sold at participating locations in Chautauqua and Erie counties in New York, and in Warren County, PA. The sneakers bear an image of event namesake Laurel Hotelling. All the money raised in Chautauqua County goes to History Center, 67 Washington TRC Foundation to support St., just south of the Washing- disability awareness and prevention efforts, and to enhance ton St. Bridge on Route 60. employment and work training The lecture is free, but donaopportunities for adults with tions are welcome. disabilities. The series continues the Money raised in Erie and Warsecond Wednesday of each ren counties will be split 50/50 month through October. The next topic on August 8 is about between TRC Foundation and the War of 1812 and its affect on Western New York. Steve Johnson will talk about the military uniforms and equipment of the time. Visit www.fentonhistorycenter. org or call 664-6256 for more information. subscription to the quarterly “Time Lines” newsletter. For more information, call 716326-2977 or visit McClurgmu-

organizations that support people with disabilities in each of those counties. Laurel Run was created by Wayne and Elaine Hotelling of Silver Creek in honor of their oldest daughter, who has Down syndrome. Laurel Run seeks to raise public awareness about individuals with disabilities while providing an opportunity for people with disabling conditions to come together with their non-disabled peers in a fun, community-wide atmosphere. This year’s Laurel Run takes place July 20 and 21. The first day consists of the traditional Jamestown-to-Dunkirk flag relay, which features students and adults from schools throughout Chautauqua County running legs of the relay. The following day in Silver Creek, featured activities include an 8-kilometer run, a 5k fitness walk, a 1k fun walk, children’s runs, and “Laurel’s Lap,” in which anyone with a disability is invited to take a lap around the track surrounding the village ball field. In the afternoon there will be a motorcycle dice run. For more information about Laurel Run, call 716-483-2344. Details also can be found by visiting www.laurel-run.com.


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can help. Brad VanRiper of TruckLite told me about this MAST scholarship. Through Dream It Do It we were able to get the ties The collaboration between word out to the local schools, a Dream It Do It and local and as a result, Ashton O’Brien lk, industry has quite literally paid applied for and received this ’s off for one local high school scholarship.” a graduate. Ashton O’Brien of Mr. VanRiper said, “Somea Randolph has received the nd- Technology and Maintenance times this scholarship has gone unused. That is unfortunate, Council (TMC) WyoTech Die- when there are students who a sel Technology Scholarship. can use the help and who Dream It Do It Coordinahave an interest in this type of t tor Dave Johnson said, “We career field.” 344. try to work very closely with “We are fortunate that Dave y local industry, so that when Johnson, through Dream It Do m. opportunities come along we It, was able to spread the word Contributed Article

and that a local student has been awarded this scholarship,” he added. Ashton is a 2012 graduate of Randolph Central School and in his application expressed an interest in attending WyoTech’s in Blairsville, PA campus. The scholarship is worth just under $30,000 to cover tuition at WyoTech. Formerly known as Wyoming Technical Institute, the school is dedicated to high-quality, college-level, career-oriented education in the automotive, diesel, motorcycle, HVAC, watercraft, and collision/refinishing indus-

Distinguished Young Women Scholarship Winners Named

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The 2012-2013 Distinguished Young Women Scholarship Program Participants. By Cindy Ferraro

Distinguished Young Women Scholarship Program chairwoman Christine Yocum, recently announced the 15 participants for the 2012-2013 program. Formerly known as Lakewood Area Junior Miss Scholarship Program, this year marks the 47th program in the Jamestown area, since its establishment in 1958 in Mobile, Alabama. The fifteen participants were chosen carefully, based on academic achievement, community and school activities, and a personal interview. Representing seven local high schools, this year’s participants are: Morgan Deppas, Johnna Graham, Alyssa Leathers, and Olivia Nugent from Jamestown High; Rebecca Josephson and Veronica Schuver from Southwestern High; Allison Munella from Falconer

Luciana Sena from Chautauqua Lake Central; Kenzie Sandberg from Maple Grove Central; Shawna Raymond, McKenzie Cass, Alanna Blanchard and Morgan Knight from Frewsburg Central and Morgan Fiebelkorn from Randolph Central. Show producer Maura Morganti is working with choreographers Tiffany Wakeley Heintzman and Kaycee Currie on various elements of the program including the opening, fitness, self-expression, and talent sections. “Stronger” is the theme of this year’s program, and the participants will begin rehearsing in early July. The program will be held in Jamestown at the Reg Lenna Civic Center on November 3, 2012 at 7:30 p.m. The participants will compete for college scholarships and the winner of the local

state level competition in the spring. In addition to cash scholarships, participants are eligible for college-granted scholarships from nearly 200 colleges and universities. Each participant is also paired with an area third or fourth grade “Little Sister” whom they mentor throughout their experience in the program. The Little Sisters, chaired by Rosa Farrell, will perform in the program, fundraise for the scholarship funds, help with community service, and participate in fun activities with the program participants. The committee sincerely appreciates the community support through scholarship donations, booklet advertising and show attendance. Co-chairing this year’s program are Danielle Nohlquist and Kaycee Currie.

tries. There are six WyoTech campuses across the country. The Technology & Maintenance Council of American Trucking Associations awards scholarships as part of and ongoing effort by its Professional Technician Development Committee (PTDC) to promote and enhance the professionalism of commercial vehicle technicians. The WyoTech full scholarship provides for 1500 clock hours (twelve months) attendance to WyoTech.

Standing from left to right are: Chloe Burke, Cassadaga Valley Central School; Katy Lawton, Southwestern Middle School; Crystal Curtin, Holy Family Catholic School, Jamestown; Mariah Spoon, Washington Middle School, Jamestown; Cadance Holtz, Jefferson Middle School, Jamestown. Seated from left to right are: Paige Stafford, Persell Middle School, Jamestown and Morgan Gumhalter, Randolph Central School.

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The Jamestown Chapter of The Daughters of the American Revolution recently honored middle school youth with the DAR Good Citizenship awards at a recent Chapter meeting. DAR Board Member Martha Karapantso presented the certificates and pins to the students chosen by their respective schools to receive the Good Citizenship Award. All recipients and parents were invited to the Partridge-Sheldon Mansion for the special presentation of the certificates and pins. Following the program and award presentation, members and guests were served refreshments by the DAR Board members. Any woman interested in becoming a member of the DAR, who is over the age of 18, and can prove linage to a patriot who fought or gave aid to the American Revolution, may call 664-4144 for further information.

CCB Awards Graduates at Local Schools This year the award was given to Zechariah Kehoe. CongratCCB ulations Zechariah! • Pine Valley Central School: This past week at area gradua- CCB Scholarship. The award tion ceremonies, CCB (Catta- winner must be enrolled in a raugus County Bank) sponcollege and their field of major sored various awards. CCB must be in Business/Marketworked with each high school ing/Sales area and they must to establish the following have maintained an average awards, which are given out of 85 or higher. This year’s every year to graduating high winner was Ashley Matteson. school students in the area: Congratulations Ashley! • Cattaraugus Little Valley • Jamestown Central School: Central School: CCB ComCCB Community Business mercial Award. The award is Award. The award winner is presented to the best student a business student who has overall in accounting and this worked with the community. year’s winner was Kyle John The award this year went to Solem. Congratulations Kyle! Megan Zimba. Congratula• Randolph Central School: tions Megan! CCB Community Service • Fredonia High School: Award. The award is presented CCB Community Academic to a graduating senior that is Award. The award was based involved in the community on academic excellence and and volunteers his/her time. dedication to the community. Contributed Article

The award this year went to Tyler Lokietek. Congratulations Tyler! • Dunkirk High School: CCB Community Leadership Award. The award was based on leadership excellence and dedication to the community. The award this year went to Alejandro Muniz. Congratulations Alejandro! CCB is an FDIC insured New York State chartered independent, community bank. From January 2, 1902, CCB has established an unprecedented record of fiscal integrity and sound financial growth, which now totals over 190 million in assets. CCB maintains convenient ATMs and can be found on the web at www.ccblv. com. CCB is an equal housing lender. CCB’s main office is located in Little Valley, with eight branch offices.


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Mayville’s ‘Home Chic’ Celebrates Fifth Year New Location Boasts Coffee/Tea Bar; Larger Inventory

By Patricia Pihl, Editor Home Chic of Mayville is celebrating its fifth year in a new, larger location with an added coffee and tea bar, popular children’s and pet’s section, and more of the home décor accessories that its loyal customers have come to know and love. Less than ¼ mile west of its former location, Home Chic reopened last May in what was the former Parkview Market, across from Mayville’s Lakeside Park. The coffee and tea bar, which also includes locally made desserts, debuts as the store prepares for its two busiest weeks of the year. While adding additional features, Home Chic is still very much about home décor. “Our tagline is fresh and hip home décor,” says owner Kristie Brown. “It’s a pretty good right-on description of what we have.” Describing her collection as “very bright and colorful,” Brown says the whole purpose is “to put things in your space -whether a room or the whole house - that makes you excited and happy to be there.” Her enthusiasm for decorating and helping her customers find just the right piece for their home is apparent when she speaks about her business. “We have the normal things like the plain linens and starter pieces such as our sofa in a grayish tweed.” Once the basics are in place, however, it’s the accessories that provide a personalized and finished feel. According to Brown, something as simple as the right pillows with a “bright pop of color,” can make all the difference in a room. Home Chic’s new location has allowed it to double its inventory size, so finding the “right piece” won’t be difficult. Scanning the store, Brown names some of its many featured products including rugs, “fun and unusual” glassware, florals

Legislative Session Produces Positive Outcomes Still Work to do on Mandate Relief

A large selection of home accessories including pillows, area rugs, glassware and linens in the “fresh and hip” style are found at Home Chic in Mayville.

Contributed Article Todd J. Tranum, County of Commerce

Written by Todd J. Tranum, President and CEO of the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce & Executive Director of the Manufacturers Association of the Southern Tier

The close of the 2012 Legislative session in New York State has resulted in a few good outcomes for the state’s business sector, while some issues remain unresolved. Positive accomplishments include the

passage of an on-time budget for the second year in a row. The budget also closed a $3.5-billion deficit without adding new taxes. Pension reform was also approved with the creation of a Tier VI plan – a move that is expected to save more than $80-billion statewide. State lawmakers also approved a bill that reduces the growth in the local share of Medicaid payments, which is designed to save counties $1.2 billion over five years. One issue that was not adequately addressed in the Legislative session was mandate relief. There have been a number of opportunities to bring much-needed relief to employers, schools and local governments. There is a great deal of work yet to be done in these arenas. The 2 percent tax cap was intended to entice local taxing entities to reduce spending. It has helped. However, without true mandate

relief from Albany, local governments and school districts will continue to be squeezed trying to maintain essential services while still burdened by heavy requirements not of their own making. The Business Council last fall released a six-point plan for mandate relief called “Let New York Work,” which included the following recommendations: Making the pension system predictable and affordable; redefining compulsory arbitration; controlling the costs of construction on public and private projects; establishing a minimum health insurance contributions level for employees and retirees and no new mandates We continue to look to the state legislature for many of these substantive changes that will help to free businesses and encourage economic growth.

Chamber Mixer at the County Fairgrounds Home Chic’s outdoor section has a large selection of seasonal items.

and botanicals, lamps, clocks, mirrors, lighting and local artwork. In addition, vintage furniture, re-purposed and made new again, is still a large part of her business. A new jewelry line for women has been introduced this year and in the summer, the gardening section gets a seasonal boost. The children’s section, which started on a small scale, has become extremely popular, according to Brown. Merchandise includes hand puppets and stuffed animals made from recycled sweaters, children’s

sized pillows, backpacks, wooden chairs, books, and art that can be integrated into a nursery. Still another focus of the store is to feature products made in the USA. Home Chic is located at 65 West Lake Road in Mayville and is open every day from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Sundays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and can be reached at 716-269-2442. To shop online, go to www. homechicstore.com or visit the store at www.facebook.com/ homechicstore.

The next Chamber networking mixer will be a preview of the Chautauqua County Fair. Coming up on July 19, the event will features the sites and tastes of the fair – to be held at the Fairgrounds on Central Avenue, Dunkirk. This networking event is sponsored by DFT Communications, Fredonia Place, Jamestown Jammers Baseball, Jamestown Mattress Compa-

ny, Jamestown Savings Bank Arena, Lake Erie Regional Health System, Nestle Purina PetCare, OBSERVER, the Post-Journal, WDOE-KIX96, and WJTN/WWSE/WKSN/WHUG/WQFX. To register visit our new website at www.chautauquachamber.org, or call one of our offices at 366-6200 or 484-1101.

Summer Long Photo Contest Underway With a number of high quality photos already posted, the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce online photo contest is off to a tremendous start. The contest is taking place on the Chamber’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ChautauquaChamber. Photographs must have been taken in Chautauqua County to be eligible. Once a photo is uploaded to the site, the photographer can encourage friends

to like the Chamber page and vote for their picture. The winners will be chosen by a guest panel from the top ten vote getters. The contest will continue through Labor Day, and winners will be announced in October. All prizes will be awarded in Shoptauqua Gift Checks as follows: $350 for first place, $200 for second place, and $100 for third place.

A Helping Hand Chamber Poised to Help Small Businesses Contributed Article Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce

In the wake of the historic Supreme Court decision pertaining to the Affordable Care Act, The Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce is poised to assist small businesses understand the affect of the Act on their businesses. “The Chamber of Commerce is the premier resource to assist Chautauqua County’s small businesses as it relates

to health insurance decisions,” stated Todd Tranum, President/CEO of the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce. “Many small businesses are probably asking themselves, what does the Supreme Court decision mean to my business? We are here to help businesses understand how the Affordable Care Act (ACA) affects them.” Tranum added, “Health insurance is an arena where we have a long history of experience not only providing access to insurance benefits but also

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educating businesses regarding changes in State and Federal law. We have been proactive in our efforts to understand the implications of the ACA on businesses in Chautauqua County and are here to help businesses access information and understand not only product options but also increase awareness regarding tax credits.” As part of the Chamber’s focus on health insurance and the needs of small business, the Community Chamber Development Corporation, a subsid-

iary of the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce has implemented a Small Business Assistance Program to provide outreach and assistance to small businesses regarding health care and health insurance. Under the ACA, states can set up Health Insurance Exchanges, or marketplaces, where individuals and small businesses can shop for and enroll into health coverage. To help ensure that New York’s Small Business Exchange best meets the needs of New York’s

employers and employees, the Community Service Society of New York, launched a pilot Small Business Assistance Program to educate small businesses about the health reform law, address their current insurance coverage needs and help inform the design and development of the State’s Small Business Exchange. “The decision of the Supreme Court has significant implications for small businesses. We are participating in the SBAP not only to help small businesses understand their health

insurance options, but also to help them understand the Affordable Care Act and the tax credits that they may be eligible to take advantage of,” stated Greg Krauza, Director of Member Development. CCDC is one of 13 organizations to be selected for participation and represents Western New York in the statewide SBAP network. For more information, call Greg Krauza at extension 302 at the CCDC at 716-366-6200 or 716-4841101.

Rotarians Learn About Fancher Chair Contributed Article Rotary Club of Jamestown

In 1807 in Worksburg, NY, Edward Work opened a sawmill, which would eventually become one of the oldest companies in Chautauqua County, Fancher Chair. Of course those not familiar with the area might ask, “What is Worksburg?” In 1836 Edward

Work sold his sawmill and the surrounding property to a man with a more recognizable name, Robert Falconer. Falconer then sold to his son Patrick who expanded the sawmill into a facility for the manufacture of beekeeping equipment. He eventually sold the surrounding land, which we now know as the Village of Falconer.

Throughout the years the facility that started as Work’s sawmill developed and produced many products. In 1910, it became the American Manufacturing Concern, maker of Falcon Toys. In 1930’s they manufactured tables and in the 40’s bedroom sets. The Falconer Family owned the facility for 137 years, and then in 1973 sold it to the Erickson

family. Originally the chairs made by Fancher were “fancy” chairs. Today Fancher manufactures office chairs and other contract chairs. The business was sold again in 2009 to the current owner, Gary Henry, Jr. Fancher produces 50,000 chairs yearly and is in the process of building an additional, much needed warehouse.

President of Fancher Chair, Gary Henry Jr., is a native of Chautauqua County graduating from both Jamestown Community College and SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry at Syracuse University. He has been employed by Fancher Chair or sister company Falcon Chair for 22 years. He and wife Pam have been married for 16 years

and have three children. Community involvement is very important to Mr. Henry including coaching Little League baseball, softball and soccer. He is also a lifetime member of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and is a Deacon at West Portland Baptist Church.


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Q: Is it safe to run a dog with a bike? My dog loves it, but we got a lecture about it from a neighbor who thinks it’s dangerous. What do you think? — via Facebook A: Letting your dog run alongside a bike is a great way to help him burn off a day’s pent-up energy without wearing yourself completely out in the process. But running with bikes is not for every dog — in fact, it’s not v- for most dogs. But for those cts with serious exercise required ments, it can be a perfect fit. If you choose to bike with d your dog, make sure your dog of is in good health (check in with your veterinarian), and start all slowly (both in terms of speed r and distance) to make sure this New activity suits him. Don’t even d try it if he’s a puller or doesn’t - respond to basic commands, including “sit,” “leave it” and rd- “heel.” Stay on trails if you can y and off busy streets if streets are your only choice. Keep your dog at a trot, not blic a run, and watch for signs of sh- overheating. Never go out in r- the hottest part of the day, carry water to offer frequently no and walk your bike and your dog for a cool-down before calling it a day. Finally, invest in a bicycle athat tachment that holds your dog’s and leash — carrying the leash in h. your hand while biking is a recipe for a wreck, even if you have a well-behaved pup. After all, a darting squirrel or rabbit is more temptation than even most good dogs can take. — Gina Spadafori Do you have a pet question? Send it to petconnection@ gmail.com.

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f there’s anything more versatile than a tennis ball, I can’t imagine it. One afternoon, I just sat down with a pad and started jotting down all the things you can do with a dog and a tennis ball. Here’s what I came up with: 1. Fetch. Toss, return, repeat. You know the drill. This is the game by which all dog activities are measured, and sometimes there’s just nothing better than the classic. 2. Find. Hide the Even when completely exhausted by a good game of fetch, tennis ball, then some dogs can’t stand to be separated from their tennis ball. let your dog find it. For dogs who nis ball, and you’ve got a fast-paced, wildly are already retrievers, this game is remark- entertaining game for both people and pets, ably easy to learn. Hide the ball in plain sight participants and spectators. a couple times so she’ll know what you want Tennis balls are even better because you her to do, then watch how easily she can find can often get them for free. If you have it anywhere. friends who are tennis players, ask them to 3. Herd. Fetching uses one ball, but if save their old balls for you. A tennis ball that you’ve got a herding dog, try tossing out a hasn’t the “oomph” for a good game of tennis few and giving your dog a place to gather is still perfect for playing fetch with your dog. them all together. Since this game works One important thing to know, though: Tenwith your dog’s natural instincts, most pick nis balls are not chew toys. Put them away it up very quickly for a treat reward. when you’re done with your game of fetch. 4. Get wet. Water dogs love nothing more Dogs have been known to compress tennis than the chance to go after a favorite ball and balls in their mouths, and then die when the get wet. What more could a pup want? ball springs back to full size in the back of 5. Monkey in the middle. Got kids? Got a the mouth, cutting off the air supply. And dog? Amuse everyone with the classic school- even if that never happens, the materials in a yard game with the dog playing the monkey. tennis ball are designed for ... tennis! They’re Pass the ball by tossing, rolling, kicking — not made to be chewed on or swallowed by whatever works, and give Rover a small treat dogs. each time he intercepts it and gives it back. So have your fun, and lots of it. But don’t 6. Flyball. This one is a real sport, and one leave the ball with your dog when you’re that tennis-ball loving dogs live for once they done. And now, if you’ll excuse me, I have to learn to play. Add a series of jumps to a tenthrow a tennis ball for our family’s dogs!

Never Leave Your Pet in a Parked Car

Seniors want pets to move with them Studies show the value of letting pets stay with their senior owners. • The Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Sun-Sentinel reports that companies offering housing for seniors are increasingly accepting pets because of business pressures. Some 40 percent of people researching a nursing home or assisted-living situation ask about pet policies at first contact. Science supporting the value of pets staying with their owners no doubt also is having an influence; seniors with pets are typically more active and more social. • The American Veterinary Medical Association has produced a free publication offering basic information on cancer in cats and dogs, including a list of symptoms that should signal an alarm and a trip to the veterinarian. Half of all pets over 10 years of age die of cancer, notes the trade group, which adds that many kinds of cancer are treatable, especially if caught early. Animals under care of veterinary oncologists can maintain an excellent, pain-free quality of life. The brochure is available through veterinarians, or a single copy can be downloaded for free from ebusiness.avma.org (click on Brochures, Client Information). • Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club have joined Target in aggressively pursuing the market for animal medication. The latest salvo comes with the introduction of generic heartworm preventives. Heartworm disease, which is transmitted by mosquitoes, is present in all states, and once established in a dog is difficult to eradicate safely. Preventive medicine has long been considered the better option, and preventive medications have until relatively recently been available through veterinarians only. — Gina Spadafori

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heated, you must lower his body temperature immediately. • Move your pet into the shade and apply cool (not cold) water all over her body to gradually lower her body temperature. • Apply ice packs or cold towels to your pet’s head, neck, and chest only. • Let your pet drink small amounts of cool water or lick ice cubes. • Finally, take your pet directly to a veterinarian -- it could save your pet’s life If you see an animal in a car exhibiting any signs of heat stress, call your local animal care and control agency or police department immediately!

This week we are featuring “Hasbro”. He is a The Chautauqua County Humane Society’s Pet of the Week two year old dachshund/spaniel mix. He has is sponsored by The Annual Tom Pawelski Memorial Golf long hair, so he will require regular grooming. Tournament , held this past summer. The money raised from the 2010 tournament provides discounted adoption Hasbro is a very happy boy and he walks well on rates to Pet of the Week animals. Stop by CCHS and find leash. He can be a little talkative at times and your new best friend, 2825 Strunk Road Jamestown. wants nothing more than to be with people. He would do best in a home where someone is there most times. If you are looking for a bundle 2825 Strunk Road • Jamestown of love to cuddle with, Hasbro is your guy. If you 716-665-2209 think that this might be the friend for you, stop cchs@spcapets.com by the Strunk Road Adoption Center and visit with him. You will be glad you did.


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Humane Society Bike Raffle for Cat Colony Renewal

Chautauqua Opera presents Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoo

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Contributed Article Chautauqua County Humane Society

The Chautauqua County Humane Society (CCHS) is holding a bike raffle to help raise the funds for the cat colony renewal project campaign that is currently underway. CCHS is raffling off a new bicycle and customizable accessory package valued at $500 graciously donated by the Jamestown Cycle Shop. There is a sample bike on display in the CCHS Adoption Center Lobby. The winner will have the option to choose a bike and accessory package that fits his/her needs. The contest begins July 3 and the winning ticket will be drawn on Saturday, September

15, 2012. Tickets are $5 each and can be purchased at the Strunk Road Adoption Center, 2nd Chances Thrift Store in the Fairmount Plaza, and the Jamestown Cycle Shop. The Cat Colony Renewal Project involves a plan to renovate the existing space where cats are housed in the CCHS shelter. The reconstruction will give the felines a better quality of life while awaiting adoption. Hygiene will be improved by updating to surfaces that are more easily sanitized. Feline stress will be reduced with more space and climbing options, and adoptability will be enhanced with an improved public viewing window wall along with an updated “Get Acquainted Room.” The goal for the project is $25,000 and currently the capital

Chautauqua Opera begins its 2012 season with a new production of Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor at 8:15 p.m. on Saturday, July 7. This is a one-night-only special event in campaign is nearly half way to the Amphitheater. the goal. Gaetano Donizetti’s most Anyone interested in selling famous opera will be presented tickets for this effort should by Chautauqua Opera accontact Sue Bloom at 716companied by the Chautauqua 665-2209 ext. 205. For more Symphony Orchestra. Set in information on CCHS, please the craggy moors of Scotland, call 716-665-2209 or visit two men control the destiny of www.spcapets.com. Lucia of Lammermoor Castle. Her brother Enrico, in order to The Chautauqua County further his own political ambiHumane Society is a nontions, demands that she marry profit that is not part of any government organization and a stranger, while Edgardo, the its mission to care for animals man she secretly loves, too by promoting adoptions, pre- easily believes that she is unventing cruelty and providing faithful. As she is pulled apart education relies solely on pub- by these opposing forces, the lic support. For more informa- fragile Lucia is driven insane, with violent results. tion visit spcapets.com Making her Chautauqua Opera debut as Lucia is the remarkable soprano Rachelle Durkin, who recently appeared in the Metropolitan Opera production and HD broadcast

of Philip Glass’ Satyagraha as well as the national radio broadcast of Donizetti’s Don Pasquale. Joining Durkin onstage are tenor Gregory Carroll as Edgardo, who thrilled Chautauqua audiences in Verdi’s Luisa Miller last year; Todd Thomas, a favorite both at Chautauqua Opera and on the stage of The Metropolitan Opera, as Enrico; and bassbaritone Richard Bernstein, also a Metropolitan Opera mainstay, in the role of Raimondo. Three 2012 Chautauqua Opera Young Artists join the cast: Jason Wickson as Normanno, Courtney Miller as Alisa, and Adam Bonanni as Arturo. Lucia di Lammermoor fills Chautauqua’s historic Amphitheater with melodic invention, great singing and the most famous “Mad Scene” in opera. This new production will be staged by Jay Lesenger, General/Artistic Director. Maestro Joseph Colaneri returns to Chautauqua to conduct the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra. He has previously conducted ten Chautauqua Opera productions and

numerous productions at the Metropolitan Opera and New York City Opera. Lucia di Lammermoor will be sung in Italian with English surtitles. Tickets are $40 and can be purchased at www. chqtickets.com or by calling (716) 357-6250. Chautauqua Opera is the oldest continuously operating summer opera company in the United States. Each season it presents a variety of events for opera lovers of all ages, including fully staged productions at Chautauqua Institution’s historic Amphitheater and Norton Hall, featuring nationally recognized casts. Chautauqua Institution is a summer community located in southwestern New York State on Chautauqua Lake. It offers a unique mix of fine and performing arts, lectures, interfaith worship, educational programs, and recreational activities. Each summer the Institution hosts over 2,200 events and 100,000 guests. For more information please visit www.ciweb.org.

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Suhr Heading To London For Another Shot at Olympic Gold By Chris Winkler Star Sports Editor

She’s already got enough gold medals to make King Midas jealous, but the one glaring omission of Fredonia native Jenn (Stuczynski) Suhr’s résumé is the top spot at the Olympic games. After grabbing gold at the United States Olympic Time trials on Sunday, June 24 in Oregon, Suhr clinched a spot at the London games that start just three weeks from now with Opening Ceremonies on July 27. “This is something that you always train for and plan for,” Suhr said in a taped press conference after the meet. “To make the team is a dream. We’ve prepared for months and months for this day and to have it happen like this and to be on team, it really hasn’t set in. “I’m just thankful and I feel so blessed to have another chance to represent USA,” she continued. Suhr clinched the bid and took home gold by clearing 15 feet, 1 inch. In a large 29-girl field, Suhr won the event after being the only one to clear the winning height. Joining Suhr on the Olympic team will silver medalist Becky Holliday and bronze medalist Lacy Johnson. Fredonia native Jenn Suhr clinched another trip to the Olympics by winning the gold in the pole vault at the Olympic TriHolliday cleared 14 feet, 11 inches als last weekend in Oregon. She grabbed silver in the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. (AP Photo) while Johnson cleared 14 feet, 9 But, Suhr has failed to win the event inches for second and third, respec- er native will be the team’s alternate. in both U.S. Olympic trials in 2008 on the world stage. She was defeated and 2012. tively. Suhr, 30, owns the American record She is also a four-time gold medalist by Yelena Isinbayeva in Beijing in and is the World’s No. 1 ranked Mary Saxer, a fellow western New 2008 and in Valencia the same year at at the U.S. Indoor Championships women’s pole-vaulter. She has won Yorker, tied Lacy Johnson for third the World Outdoor Championships. and a six-time gold medalist in the virtually every single event over the by clearing 14 feet, 9 inches, but lost U.S. Outdoor Championships. an eventual tiebreaker. The Lancast- last decade including gold medals Continued on pg 2

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FREDONIA, N.Y. — Azure Davey, of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, has been appointed as the second commissioner of the State University of New York Athletic Conference, an association of 10 NCAA Division III institutions Davey will begin her service as commissioner on July 9. “I look forward to working with an outstanding group of Division III institutions and a storied conference,” Davey said. “The SUNYAC represents the best of Division III, and I'm honored to lead the conference into its next generation.” The SUNYAC Conference's members selected Davey following an extensive nationwide search for a leader who will be able to continue to shape the conference. Davey will succeed Dr. Patrick R. Damore, who was the SUNYAC's founding commissioner and served for 33 years. As commissioner, Davey will provide a critical link among the presidents, academic leaders, athletic administrators, and coaches of the SUNYAC. Her responsibilities will include administrative oversight of all of the conference's sports programs

Azure Davey will take over as commissioner of SUNYAC, effective July 8, taking over for long-time commissioner Dr. Pat Damore. (Submitted by Fredonia Sports Information Department)

for men and women, including championships and special events, and she will administer its programdevelopment efforts and day-to-day operational planning. Officiating, compliance and conference schedules will also fall under her purview. Davey will manage the annual operating budget, and she will coordinate contacts with prospective sponsors and affiliated organizations. “Azure brings a wealth of experi-

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ence to the SUNYAC,” said Michael Mooney, Geneseo Athletic Director and chair of the search committee. “She has proven to be a great collaborator and problem solver and I am confident her dedication and administrative skills will have an immediate impact on the conference. On behalf of SUNYAC I am excited to welcome Azure as the new Commissioner and I look forward to her leadership as SUNYAC continues to grow nationally.”

Davey comes to the SUNYAC office from the NCAA, where she served an associate director of academic and membership affairs for Division III since 2008. She served as the primary liaison to the Membership Committee, managing the provisional and reclassifying membership program, the active member education program and the Division III conference contact program. She also served as a secondary liaison to NCAA Division III Student-Athlete

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Hugh Bedient Night at Diethrick Park 72 Virginia Squires and played alongside Julius Erving for one season. He continued his pro career in France for a short time after the demise of the ABA and was inducted into the Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame in 1984. Carter will join Wally Huckno, former Jamestown High School football coach, as an inductee in both the CSHOF and the GBSHOF.

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Watch former Jamestown Jammer and current Miami Marlin Giancarlo Stanton in the MLB 2012 Homerun Derby on ESPN Monday night. (AP Photo)

Thursday, July 5 8 a.m., ESPN — The Championships at Wimbledon 8 a.m., NBCSN — Tour de France, Stage 5 4 p.m. ESPN2 — U.S. Women’s Open Friday, July 6 8 a.m., ESPN — The Championships at Wimbledon 8 a.m., NBCSN — Tour de France, Stage 6 4 p.m. ESPN2 — U.S. Women’s Open 7:30 p.m., ESPN — Subway Jalapeno 250 at Daytona Saturday, July 7 8 a.m., NBC — Tour de France, Stage 7 9 a.m., ESPN — The Championships at Wimbledon 3 p.m., ABC — The Championships at Wimbledon 3 p.m., CBS — The Greenbrier Classic 3 p.m., NBC — U.S. Women’s Open 7 p.m., FOX — Fox Saturday Baseball Game of the Week 7:30 p.m., TNT — NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Daytona 11 p.m., NBCSN — Colorado Rapids at Seattle Sounders FC Sunday July 8 8 a.m., NBC — Tour de France, Stage 8 9 a.m., ESPN — The Championships at Wimbledon 12:30 p.m., ABC — Izod Indy Car Series at Toronto 1:35 p.m., TBS — Atlanta Braves and Philadelphia Phillies 3 p.m., ABC — The Championships at Wimbledon 3 p.m., CBS — The Greenbrier Classic 3 p.m., NBC — U.S. Women’s Open 8 p.m., ESPN — New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox Monday, July 9 8 a.m., NBCSN — Tour de France, Stage 9 8 p.m., ESPN — MLB Homerun Derby Tuesday, July 10 8 p.m., FOX — 2012 MLB All-Star Game 11 p.m., ESPN2 — 2011 Buffalo Bills Yearbook Wednesday, July 11 8 a.m., NBCSN — Tour de France, Stage 10 9 p.m., ESPN — 2012 ESPY’s

Charlie’s BMX Results June 23, 2012

4 Year Old Strider 1. Jacob Myers 6 Year Old Novice 1. Jacob Ansell 2. Laura Reichenbach 3. Charlie Reichenbach 7 Year Old Novice 1. Matthew Ecker 2. Kamden Cali 3. Dylan Ansell 9 Year Old Novice 1. Kaden Ecker 2. Josh Williams 3. Aden William 10 Year Old Novice 1. Bradley Farrar 2. Damean Brown 12 Year Old Novice 1. Dalton Goldberg 2. John Simmers 3. Todd Lerow 13 Year Old Novice 1. Austin Davis 2. Ricky Myers 3. Gary Haskins 10 Year Old Intermediate 1. Zachary Chrstopherson 2. Mitchell Rockey 3. Savannah Myers

13 Year Old Intermediate 1. Dakota Christopherson 2. Hunter Thorpe 3. Troy Berg 19-27 Year Old Intermediate 1. Jackson Graham 2. Timothy Llattery 3. Evan Hunt 14 Year Old Expert 1. Ted Rockey 2. Colin Terry 3. Brett McMurdy 12 Year Old Girls 1. Taylor Hunt 2. Lillie Aldrich 3. Alexis McMurdy 16 Year Old Girls 1. Elizabeth McMurdy 2. Brittany Christopherson 3. Dakota Graham 26-30 Year Old Cruiser 1. Evan Hunt 2. Robert Gilbert 3. John Barlow 17-20 Year Old Girls Cruiser 1. Elizabeth McMurdy 2. Jami McMurdy 3. Jolene McMurdy

To continue our yearlong celebration of the 100th anniversary of Hugh Bedient’s World Series championship as a pitcher for the 1912 Boston Red Sox, the Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame has organized Hugh Bedient Night at Diethrick Park on Thursday, Aug. 2. Our Jamestown Jammers will take on the Lowell Red Sox in a 7:05 p.m. game. Many Bedient descendants will be in attendance, including his grandsons, Tom Ames and Hugh Imus, who will throw out the first pitch. The Chautauqua Region Community Foundation has commissioned a 4x6 Hugh Bedient baseball card to be given free of charge to all ballpark patrons.

2012-2013 Memberships Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame’s 2012-13 memberships are available to persons who are interested in preserving the history of sports in Chautauqua County and honoring the outstanding individuals who have created our cherished sports memories. One-year memberships are only $25. Membership applications are available at the Hall of Fame, downloadable at chautauquasportshalloffame.org or can be requested by contacting Randy Anderson at 716-763-2173 or randy28b@netsync.net.

George Carter Tapped for GBSHOF One of the greatest basketball talents to ever emerge from

Inductee of the Month: Leo Squinn

Western New York, George Carter’s credentials for the Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame are confirmed with this simple, but comprehensive statement: “The only athlete born in Western New York, who was a multi-sport AllWestern New York selection, starred at a local college, had a lengthy professional career and was drafted by three major professional sports teams.” Carter initially made his mark as a multi-sport standout at Silver Creek High School in the early 60’s. He was a two- time all WNY selection in basketball, earned similar recognition for one season of football and was the section’s top 100-yard sprinter. Because of his prowess on the basketball court, The Buffalo News placed him on their all-time 2nd team and their all-1960’s first team. He took his talents down the road to Olean where he would lead the Bonnies in scoring for two years and in rebounding for three seasons. The 6-4 forward averaged 19.4 points and 12.4 rebounds over that time and still ranks 22nd in career points with 1,322 and 5th in total boards with 849. His career rebounding average is second only to Bob Lanier.

A copy of the 4x6 card of Hugh Bedient which will be handed out to all those attending the Jammers game on Huge Bedient Day, Thursday, Aug. 2.

Carter was inducted into the St. Bonaventure Hall of Fame in 1974. Upon graduation, George was drafted by the Detroit Pistons with the 81st pick in the 1967 draft. He was also selected by the Buffalo Bills in the 13th round and by the New York Mets in the 52nd round (874th overall). Carter’s professional basketball career was spent on many fronts. Although drafted by the Pistons, he played only one game before serving a two-year military commitment. When he returned, George went directly to the ABA where he became an all-star and played alongside some of the great players in pro basketball history. During his seven seasons in the league with eight different franchises, “Dirty Dingus” as he was called, averaged over 18 points and nearly seven rebounds in 478 games. Known for his short-range jumper and lightning quick first step along the baseline, the explosive Carter was second in scoring to Charlie Scott for the 1971-

Inductee of the Month Leo Squinn, a Jamestown High School graduate, was active in playing and managing baseball for over 30 years. He was a welterweight in boxing and played football for the Crescents and Liberty A.C. He was also an active bowler who was elected president of the Jamestown Bowling Association 1944-1950. He played softball for S.M. Flickingers, National Worsted and MRC and managed MRC to a championship three times. He managed Barber Shop and Knights of Columbus in the Jamestown Little League, managed MRC for six years in Jamestown Babe Ruth League, and managed the all-stars who competed in Buffalo and Amsterdam. He served 11 years as founding president of the Jamestown Area Oldtimers Baseball Club. Squinn was on the executive board of the Jamestown Babe Ruth World Series and was a recipient of the Ray Angle award for his service to Jamestown Babe Ruth Baseball. Leo Squinn was inducted into the Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame in 1982. He died in 1986.

Salcedo Chosen as NCAA Woman of the Year Nominee Contributed Article

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NEWPORT NEWS, Va. — Just like they've done throughout their careers as studentathletes, Justine Raterman and Manuela Marin Salcedo have another chance to represent the Atlantic 10 Conference among the NCAA's elite. The A-10 announced Thursday that Raterman, a Dayton women's basketball standout, and Salcedo, a St. Bonaventure women's tennis student-athlete, will be the Atlantic 10 Conference nominees for the NCAA Woman of the Year award. The pair will join nominees from member institutions from all three NCAA divisions. The NCAA Woman of the Year Award honors graduating student-athletes who have distinguished themselves throughout their collegiate careers in the areas of academic achievement, athletics excellence, service and leadership. Hailing from Weston, Fla., Salcedo was a four-year standout, playing No.1/No.2 singles and doubles for Bona women's tennis. An All-Con-

Manuela Marin Salcedo was nominated for the NCAA Women of the Year Award. Her candidacy will be reviewed by the NCAA, which will trim down to a list of 10 — per division — and it will announce them in August. (St. Bonaventure sports information photo)

ference selection in three of her four years, Salcedo served as team captain and also was a member of the Bonnies' Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). She led Bona to four A-10 Women's Tennis Championship appearances, herself competing in each of those tournaments. An honors student, Salcedo graduated this spring Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Journalism/Mass Communication and minors in English and Italian. The impressively multi-lingual Salcedo is fluent in Spanish, English and French and proficient in Italian. A Dean's List mem-

ber, she was awarded the Dr. Mary A. Hamilton Woman of Promise Award and is a recipient of the SBU studentathlete merit award. Besides exemplifying the term student-athlete, Salcedo, who has studied abroad at Oxford in England, also has a strong attraction to photography. She worked as the photo editor for the Bona student newspaper The Intrepid and as a photographer for the independent student paper The Bona Venture. She has assisted Buffalo Bills photographer Craig Melvin and is a recipient of the prestigious Father Cornelius Welch Award for

Achievement in Photography. This award is given to one journalism/mass communications senior each year. Salcedo's honors thesis involved travel to Rincon del Mar, a small coastal village in Columbia, where she studied the village's culture and story, hoping to help the people of the tiny town. Instead, she found the people of Rincon del Mar helping and teaching her on her journey through life. Both A-10 candidates will be reviewed by the NCAA, which will then announce the top 10 honorees per division in August. That list will be narrowed to three finalists in each division and the Woman of the Year will be awarded on Oct. 14 at a ceremonial dinner. The NCAA established the Woman of the Year Award in 1991 to celebrate the achievements of women in intercollegiate athletics. From 1998 through 2005, an average of 410 female student-athletes per year were nominated for the award; and since the program's inception in 1991, 2200 women have been recognized as state or conference honorees.

SUHR COMPLETES IN THE SUMMER OLYMPICS continued from pg 1 Suhr, who reportedly tore a quadriceps muscle a month ago, hasn’t had a whole lot of time for preparation in the recent weeks. The good news is,

even while not at her best, she took the American title again. She’ll have some time off before she takes one more shot at the Olympic gold.

The qualifying event will be Saturday, Aug. 4. If she’s fortunate enough to make the finals, it will be two days later on Monday, Aug. 6.

Complete coverage of the Suhr’s run and the Olympics will appear in our July 26 issue and will run through August.

SUNYAC COMMISSIONER continued from pg 1 lege, Davey received a bachelor of arts in government and classical studies. She earned her master of science in general education in 2004 from Elmira College. She participated in three sports while at

Hamilton, playing four years of soccer in addition to squash for three years and lacrosse for one. As a soccer goalkeeper, she earned regional All-America, New York State Women's Collegiate Athletic

Association, and Upstate Collegiate Athletic Association honors. SUNYAC provides college athletic opportunities for 5000 student-athletes in 20 sports

each year including in baseball, basketball, cross-country, field hockey, ice hockey, indoor and outdoor track and field, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, and volleyball.


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There was a landmark shift in the college football scene last week. A grueling process th that took seemingly an eternity finally ended with school presidents agreeing to ac- terms to bring about a fourng team college playoff. He Now, I like to pretend that ng I know more about college football than any person living on this planet. It’s my er sport, always has been. As a kid I used to count down the days until Christmas. Now I count down the days until ck- the first game — we’re less nd than 60 days away in case o a you were wondering. But while college football gets nearly every decision wrong in (why don’t we have a commisue, sioner?) they finally got one s in right last week. And resoundgue, ingly at that. nd Things change awful slowly in college football if you t of hadn’t noticed. Heck unm- til 1999, we had a dreaded bowl system that couldn’t even pit the two best teams ve against each other. It almost be makes you wonder how split national champions didn’t e happen more often. meBut then the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) saved the day. Only that took, ts what, two years for people to complain. The playoffs were coming, we just didn’t know exactly when and in what form. To be honest, they’ll be here well hy. before I thought they would. Granted, most people pegged ica- it for the 2014 season because that’s when the BCS contract had run its course. But who could have possibly enviel sioned this even two years in ago? Take me back to 2010, I ed know there’s no way I would ry, have thought we’d have a f playoff in five years. del But we do and I’m here to tell er you why a four-team playoff . is correct — for now at least. For one, college football loves , its tradition. Regular season the games are just too important on and frankly, they should be. Remember that Ohio Statein Michigan game in 2006? No. man 1 vs. No. 2 on the last week of d the season. Winner headed to the national championship. Loser out — although had Year Ohio State lost, they might e have still snuck in. Never en mind that they were bitter rivals, that was the game of an the century. While it’s the most extreme e example, we lose that with a and playoff system. In a four-team ion playoff system, that game e would have actually been r completely and utterly meaningless in the bigger picture. Both would have made the playoffs a week later. Now, we don’t have No. 1 vs. No. 2 every year. But we ics do have pivotal top 5 or top 10 matchups late in the year h — or in conference championship games — that would be rendered worthless if we had a bigger playoff system. People are always quick to e- point to college basketball try, and March Madness, which is undoubtedly the greatest and tournament in sports, but all, these are two completely difnis, ferent animals. Yes, March is great. But, outside of rooting interest, when’s the last time anybody really cared about Michigan State playing

Indiana in late January with both teams sitting in the top 15? They’ll both be playing in March. The worst thing that happens to the loser is they drop a bit in the polls, but it’s regarded as a “good loss” anyhow. The regular season is what makes college football and is why there are so many great rivalries in the sport. Secondly, you can’t jump from two to eight, or even 16, which is what I’ve long pushed for. You can’t skip four if for no other reason than not knowing whether or not it would work. The fear with four is that we’d still be shutting out the little guys — err, Boise State — and sending some combination of four SEC, Big 10, Big 12 and/or Pac-12 schools to this national tournament. That’s warranted, but not necessarily correct. Had Boise beaten TCU last year, in which they were done in by a missed field goal, they would have easily been in the BCS Top 4 and among any selection committee’s top four. TCU was in everybody’s top four two years ago when they went 13-0. Some even wanted to proclaim them national champions. And for the cherry on top, both Boise and TCU were undefeated three years ago and at least one would have been included. Not so exclusive is it? College football isn’t here to entertain 10-2, or even 11-1 teams from the MAC or WAC. It seems to me that in the current landscape of college football that an undefeated record in any conference would likely land you in the top four. And lastly, eight and 16 are actually way worse than four, especially if you’re in it for the little guy. Even if you’re not, the extreme dilution to the regular season should be enough to deter you from favoring this format. Let’s be realistic, while eight teams would probably include one mid-major type team, the other seven spots would be BCS schools. You would be looking at a third SEC team with two or three losses. Or a third Big 10 team that padded its win total with Indiana, Northwestern and some MAC school. If you look at the final BCS rankings (prior to bowl games being played) each year, you’d notice that the mid-level (teams ranked No. 5-No. 20) are nothing but second-rate BCS-conference teams. Automatic qualifiers from every conference back the idea for 16 teams, and with 11 conferences, it would ensure every little guy makes it. But, they’d be seeded low and have to play at one of the big guys home field because we can’t have four rounds of neutral site games. Plus, there is no arguing that those five remaining at-large bids would all go to BCSschools every single year. There is no way the second team from the Mountain West would ever get in over the third team from the SEC or Big 10. Never. The only thing we know is voters have a soft spot for a team with a donut in their loss column. And with all these conference championships in big time conferences now, the likelihood of one team going undefeated — let alone two, which is simply impossible — are rather slim. Will four last? I tend to think so. But if history has taught us anything, we’re never happy. Maybe in five years, I’ll be writing this exact same piece calling for eight instead of four.

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NEWARK, N.J. — Former St. Bonaventure star Andrew Nicholson was selected by the Orlando Magic with the 19th pick in the 2012 NBA Draft Thursday night at the Prudential Center. With his selection, Nicholson becomes the 33rd Bonaventure player to be drafted into the NBA, and the first since Barry Mungar was selected in the Fourth Round in 1986. He also becomes the fourth Bona First-Round pick, and first since Bob Lanier was selected with the first overall pick by the Detroit Pistons in 1970. "We are excited to have Andrew (Nicholson) join our Orlando Magic family," said General Manager Rob Hennigan. "We feel he embodies the types of values that will put him in a position to achieve success here. He's a humble, high character player, who's committed to working hard and playing within a team concept. We are intrigued by his cerebral, instinctual approach to the game." Nicholson will be the first Bona basketball player to appear for an NBA team since J.R. Bremer (undrafted free agent) took the court for the Golden State Warriors during the 2003-04 season. Nicholson becomes the first player from the Atlantic 10 Conference selected in the 2012 NBA Draft, with Tu Holloway of Xavier expected to be taken sometime in the Second Round, along with Temple forward Michael Eric. In this shortened season, the Orlando Magic finished 3729, which was good for 6th in the Eastern Conference. Orlando was eliminated from the playoffs by the Indiana Pacers in five games. Nicholson is the first St. Bonaventure player ever to be

Andrew Nicholson became the first St. Bonaventure player selected in the NBA Draft since 1986. He's the first player from a local college to be selected in the first round since 1970 when Calvin Murphy (Niagara) and Bob Lanier (St. Bonaventure) both were. (St. Bonaventure sports information)

selected by Orlando. Nicholson will join forces with former Atlantic 10 player of the year and National Player of the Year Jameer Nelson formerly of Saint Joseph's. He joins former Richmond standout Justin Harper and most notably Nicholson will team up with NBA superstar Dwight Howard. The Mississauga, Ontario native becomes the seventh player coached by Mark Schmidt to be drafted into the NBA. He joins a list that includes former 18th overall pick, NBA All-Rookie Second Team selection and two-time NBA champion James Posey, as well as former Oscar Robertson Trophy recipient, 18th overall pick and two-time NBA AllStar David West. Both were coached by Schmidt at Xavier.

Randall, Stoddard Shoot 68 at Chautauqua Pro-Am Contributed Article WNYPGA

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He also becomes the sixth player drafted out of the A-10 since 2009. That list includes: Justin Harper of Richmond (2011 Round 2, Pick 32), Lavoy Allen of Temple (2011 Round 2, Pick 50), Jordan Crawford of Xavier (2010 Round 1, Pick 27), Derrick Brown of Xavier (2009 Round 2, Pick 40) and Ahmad Nivins of Saint Joseph's (2009 Round 2, Pick 56). On July 1, Butler and VCU will join the A-10. Those two schools have had a combined four players drafted since 2009. That list includes: Shelvin Mack of Butler (2011 Round 2, Pick 34), Gordon Hayward of Butler (2010 Round 1, Pick 9), Larry Sanders of VCU (2010 Round 1, Pick 15) and Eric Maynor of VCU (2009 Round 1, Pick 20).

"Nicholson brought St. Bonaventure back" said Rece Davis of ESPN. "He is the best big man out of St. Bonaventure since Caswell Cyrus." said Jay Bilas. Mike Francesa said earlier in the evening that "Andrew Nicholson is a legitimate player." Nicholson stormed through the final month of the 2012 regular season to garner A-10 Player of the Year and Associated Press All-American honors. He powered St. Bonaventure to its first A-10 Championship title — earning a nod for Most Outstanding Player along the way — after posting 26 points, 14 rebounds and eight blocks in a title-game win over Xavier that sent SBU to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2000. Nicholson ended one of the all-time great careers in Bona basketball ranked second in program history in points (2,103), field-goal percentage (57.5) and blocked shots (244), while sitting fourth in total rebounds (887) in 123 games and 75 straight starts to end his career. He ranks as the only player in the history of the league to earn four straight Player of the Week awards, averaging 25.3 points and 11.5 rebounds over the final eight league games of the season.

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Compeer Fore Youth Names Tournament Winners Contributed Article Compeer Chautauqua

The 14th annual Compeer Fore Youth Golf Tournament was held on Friday, June 29, at the Chautauqua Golf Club. Playing in sunny summer weather, the largest field in the 14-year history of the tournament forged ahead to the clubhouse and an awards dinner. There was a tie at net 60 for first place. Matching cards revealed the winners to be the team of Bill Johnson, Kathie Johnson, Paul Matson and Ed Bradford. Second place went to the team of Bill Farr, Denny Tyger, Scott Berry and Howard Holmes. Third place was won by the team of Ben Miller, Lenny Truby, Dan Mets and Dave Maternowski. Lenny Truby won prizes for the longest drive for the men and by April Nold for the women. Closest to the pin prizes went to Tony DeJoseph for the men and to Gina Ward for the women. Proceeds from the tourna-

Shown left to right are members of the winning team, Bill Johnson, Kathie Johnson, Paul Matson and Ed Bradford.

ment are a major funding source for the Compeer for Youth Program. The program matches trained and compassionate mentors who offer friendship and a positive role model to youth ages five to seventeen referred to the program by mental health and school professionals. Compeer Chautauqua is sponsored by Southern Tier Environments for Living. For further information about Compeer,call 487-2956 in Jamestown or 366-3161 in Dunkirk.


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NBA Draft: Hornets Select Anthony Davis With No. 1 Overall Pick

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Penguins Sign Sidney Crosby To Lengthy Extension By Will Graves Associated Press

Pittsburgh, where he became the youngest captain in NHL history to hoist the Stanley Cup when he led the Penguins to the title in 2009. And Crosby's contract is proof he doesn't want to be a oneman team. Crosby opted not to take a raise over his current contract despite the prospect of the salary cap rising over the course of the next decade. The deal gives the Penguins leeway when free agency begins on July 1. Pittsburgh is targeting at least one high-profile forward after trading Jordan Staal to Carolina last week. Crosby is good friends with New Jersey Devils forward Zach Parise and the cap room cleared by the Staal trade and the trade of defenseman Zbynek Michalek to Phoenix puts Pittsburgh around $15 million under the expected $70 million cap for the 2012-13 season. ''We're in a different spot than we were a week ago,'' Shero said. It also gives Crosby and the Penguins peace of mind heading into the future. The team stuck by Crosby dur-

Sidney Crosby wants to be a Pittsburgh Penguin ''forever.'' For the moment he'll have to settle for the next 13 years. The Penguins and their superstar center agreed to a 12-year, $104.4 million contract last Thursday that will keep Sid the Kid in a black sweater until he's Sid the Old Man. When he's been on the ice, Sidney Crosby has proven he's the The deal keeps the 24-year-old best player in the NHL. The Penguins are hoping Crosby can stay Crosby in Pittsburgh through on the ice for the foreseeable future by giving him a 13-year con2025 and gives the team some tract last week. (AP file photo) room to play in the free-agent sustaining a concussion in last seven years is win a Stanmarket. The new deal will go the Winter Classic against the ley Cup, an MVP, a scoring into effect after the current one title and become arguably the Washington Capitals in JanuAnthony Davis (left) is greeted by former teammate and best expires next summer and will ary, 2011. Crosby finished best player of his generation. friend Michael Kidd-Gilchrist after being selected No. 1 overall average around $8.7 million a with eight goals and 29 assists by the New Orleans Hornets. Kidd-Gilchrist wouldn't wait long to ''We are grateful for all that season. Crosby will officially hear his name called, though. He was selected No. 2 by the Charlast season and added three Sidney Crosby has done for sign the extension on Sunday. lotte Bobcats. (AP Photo) our franchise since coming to goals in a first-round playoff loss to Philadelphia. Pittsburgh in 2005, both on and Lucius Allen went third to ''Sidney was emotionally By Brian Mahoney attached to the fans,'' agent Associated Press Brisson called Crosby's sumand off the ice, and we look the Seattle SuperSonics. Pat Brisson said. ''He realized mer workouts ''night and day'' forward to having him in a Davis will begin his pro career what he wanted and where he compared to 2011, when the Penguins uniform for the rest in the same city where he wanted to be and he wanted to of his career,'' owner Mario NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Ansymptoms lingered and forced ended it with a national title. be in Pittsburgh.'' thony Davis hugged his him to scale back his rehab Lemieux said in a statement. College basketball's player of college teammate, hugged his And the Penguins certainly while general manager Ray coach, and climbed on stage as the year as a freshman was the wanted to keep the player who The contract also puts to rest Shero believes Crosby's ''best any speculation the PenMost Outstanding Player of the No. 1 pick. almost single-handedly saved hockey is ahead of him.'' guins have about Crosby's the Final Four despite shootthe franchise after being taken Turns out, that was just the Crosby stressed throughout health. The 2009 MVP has ing just 1 for 10 from the field with the No. 1 pick in the start of Kentucky's party at the in the championship game, been limited to just 28 games the playoffs he had every 2005 draft. All he's done in the in the last 18 months after NBA draft. intention of remaining in grabbing 16 rebounds and Continued on pg 10 The Wildcats became the blocking six shots in the vicfirst school to have the top tory over Kansas. two picks and tied a record Davis slipped on a blue and with six players taken overall purple Hornets hat above a ''Tonight, there was no contest,'' Contributed Article Thursday night. conservative gray suit that Associated Press Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi BufAfter the New Orleans Hortook no attention away from fon said. ''They were too supenets made the long-expected basketball's most famous eyerior, so the bitterness at losing selection of Davis, Charlotte brow. Davis even attempted to KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Just like this final is only relative.'' followed by taking fellow fresh- capitalize on the attention his clockwork, Spain's ''tiki taka'' Against Italy, Spain was the passing game tore Italy apart. man Michael Kidd-Gilchrist. unibrow gets, trademarking favorite, but was also primed ''Fear The Brow'' and ''Raise The World Cup champions Saying he was nervous even to be beaten after being held The Brow'' earlier this month. controlled the play Sunday in though his selection was no to a 1-1 draw by the Italians in the European Championship surprise, Davis shared an On the floor, Davis has the their opening Group C match. final, as they usually do. They embrace with Kidd-Gilchrist, agility of a guard — and he Spain, which has been exseated at a nearby table. was one only a few years ago. moved the ball up the field perimenting with a lineup that excludes a recognized striker, ''My arm was shaking and my The 6-foot-10 Davis averaged with short pass after short needed a penalty shootout to hands were sweaty. Got up 14.2 points, 10.4 rebounds and pass, as they usually do. reach the final after a 0-0 tie and hugged Michael, my best 4.7 blocks, becoming a domi- But, incredibly, they also manmajor tournament, another Spanish victory. Spain is the aged to score a whopping four Another with Portugal in the semifinals. friend, wanted to hug him for nant defender after growing first team in international soccer history to win three straight magoals, something they don't a minute,'' Davis said. ''When 7 inches from the start of his jor tournaments with the Euro Championships in 2008 and 2012, ''They've been playing at a usually do. my name got called, wanted to junior year of high school. sandwiched around the World Cup in 2010. (AP Photo) very high level for years,'' Italy make sure he stayed close.'' It all added up to a 4-0 win coach Cesare Prandelli said. A season after the Hornets in 2009, snapping a record from David Silva, Jordi Alba over Italy and a third straight ''And even though they didn't He did — following Davis traded longtime star Chris 15-game winning streak, the and Juan Mata. use any traditional striker, as the next player to climb Paul, Davis is ready to be their major soccer title for Spain. ''We were superior to Italy,'' said Spanish have been nearly up and shake Commissioner centerpiece, since playing ''We won being true to our impossible to beat in competi- they were able to give weight midfielder Xavi Hernandez, to their attack.'' David Stern's hand. for the Wildcats means he is playing style, and by moving perhaps Spain's most influential tive matches. already accustomed to plenty the ball the we way we moved ''It's crazy,'' Davis said moments A year after that game against The controversial lineup, player over the last four years. it we knew how to take charge which Spain coach Vicente after Kidd-Gilchrist's selection. of attention. the Americans, Spain opened ''We played a complete game del Bosque again employed ''Michael is a great player. We ''Like I said, at Kentucky we had of the match,'' said Spain goal- and perhaps the best of the the 2010 World Cup with a on Sunday, is akin to playing have two down and four more it all the time, especially the six keeper Iker Casillas, the team's entire European Championship. loss to Switzerland. But they captain. ''What we do is difin the Super Bowl without a to go. Hopefully, all of them who played, we had the spotthen went on a tear, winning We made history.'' running back. Sure, you can will go in the first round.'' light all the time,'' Davis said. ''I ficult but we make it look easy.'' their next six games to finally Four years ago at Euro still score touchdowns, but think it really prepared me.'' Casillas and Spain striker They didn't, the only disapclaim a World Cup title and 2008, Spain ended a 44-year you give up on the chance for Fernando Torres also made pointment for the Wildcats. undoubtedly shed for good Charlotte, coming off a 7-59 drought of major titles, beata game-breaking play. their own histories. Torres They settled for four in the the ''underachiever'' tag. season and the worst winning ing Germany 1-0 in the final became the first man to score Still, the midfielders and the first round and a tie with percentage in NBA history, In all that time since Euro to start a run that has been North Carolina, which won had been open to moving the in two European Championunmatched by any other team 2008, Spain has won with flair, defenders got the job done in the first half. Silva headed in a the race to four picks - all in No. 2 pick if it found the right ship finals, and Casillas played in history. using its short passing game high shot in the 14th minute the top 17 selections. deal. Instead, Michael Jordan's in his record 100th victory in — dubbed ''tiki taka'' by the Although they lost to the international soccer. off a pass from Cesc Fabregas. team went with Kidd-GilHarrison Barnes (No. 7, United States in the semifinals Spanish media and adopted by And Alba added another in christ, whose selection by the Spain's other goals on Sunday Golden State), Kendall Marthe team — to dazzle scramthe 41st, picking up a beautiBobcats was loudly cheered, a at the Olympic Stadium came of the Confederations Cup shall (No. 13, Phoenix), John bling opponents. sharp contrast from the boos Henson (No. 14, Milwaukee) Stern received when he came and Tyler Zeller (No. 17, out to announce the picks. Dallas and later traded to Cleveland) all went between The new Charlotte swingman couple of other rankings indicate how he By Doug Ferguson Kidd-Gilchrist and the next played in high school at nearby Associated Press is trending. Woods moved to the top of Kentucky player, Terrence St. Patrick's in Elizabeth, N.J., the PGA Tour money list and the FedEx Jones at No. 18 to Houston. and fans chanted ''MKG! Cup standings for the first time since MKG!'' as he walked off the BETHESDA, Md. (AP) — The flight of Otherwise, it was the WildSeptember 2009. stage. Though he and Davis his shot into the 18th green was so pure cats' night. And this win puts him in a position to talked before the draft, they that Tiger Woods immediately started Kentucky got its fourth firstreclaim No. 1 over the final two majors of didn't discuss the history the walking and twirled his club, knowing round pick at No. 29 with Mar- Wildcats were about to make. the year. The ranking is based on points that it effectively wrapped up another win quis Teague, another freshman, over two years. If it were a vote, Van Pelt at the AT&T National. Making it even ''No. I was shocked at first,'' who is headed to Chicago as knows how he would cast his ballot. more special was the sound of thousands Kidd-Gilchrist said. ''I was a possible replacement for the of fans at Congressional to see it. ''I think he's the only guy to win three shocked. But no, we didn't. We injured Derrick Rose. Doron tournaments on tour this year, is that didn't at all.'' One day after spectators were kept away Lamb went 42nd to Milwaucorrect?'' he said. ''On three different golf from the golf course because of debris kee, and Darius Miller was Florida's Bradley Beal went courses. And he was leading the U.S. 46th to New Orleans. third to Washington, making from a violent wind storm, they returned Open after two days. So I'd say that he's Sunday in full force and got what they it three SEC freshman in the Only UNLV in 1977 had six playing the best golf in the world right expected — Woods in his red shirt, outplayers drafted — but none in first three picks. Cleveland now.'' lasting Bo Van Pelt in a back-nine duel, followed with the surprisingly the first round. and posing with another trophy. Van Pelt made him work for it. early pick of Syracuse sixth Kentucky coach John Calipari man Dion Waiters at No. 4. ''Yesterday was a silent day,'' Woods said. Three times, Woods took the outright has been criticized for recruitSome said he'd never win again. They ''I think everyone saved up for today. lead in the final round. Each time, Van Thomas Robinson of Kansas, ing ''one-and-done'' players, were wrong. Sunday, Woods claimed his What an atmosphere to play in front of.'' Pelt made a birdie of his own to catch who hoped to go second, 74th title on the PGA Tour, passing Jack they stay the required one fell to Sacramento at No. 5. Woods closed with a 2-under 69 — at one Nicklaus for second all-time. It was Tiger's him. The tournament was decided on the year and leave, but he looked last three holes, and it featured a surprisPortland took Weber State's third win of the 2012 season, which leads point going 41 holes without a bogey on thrilled hugging his two stars ing turn of events. the tour. (AP Photo) Damian Lillard at No. 6 with a Congressional course that was tougher at the start of the night. its first of two lottery picks, than when it held the U.S. Open last year ago walked off the course at Doral with Van Pelt had Woods on the ropes on It's been a long time since a and Barnes was taken seventh — and won for the third time this year. the par-5 16th by ripping a 345-yard another injury to his left Achilles tendon. school made such an impact at by Golden State. It was the 74th win of his career, moving tee shot and having only a 6-iron into the top of the draft. ''I remember there was a time when him past Jack Nicklaus into second place the green. Woods hit a spectator in the After Washington's Terpeople were saying I could never win UCLA had the Nos. 1 and 3 on the PGA Tour, eight short of Sam left rough with his tee shot, laid up, and rence Ross went to Toronto again,'' Woods said. picks in 1969, when MilwauSnead's record. then attacked a back flag only to see the and Connecticut's Andre kee took Kareem Abdul-JabHe stayed at No. 4 in the world, but a Not bad for a guy who only five months Continued on pg 10 Continued on pg 10 bar — then Lew Alcindor —

Spain Wins Again, Beating Italy 4-0 at Euro 2012

Tiger Stays On a Roll, Wins at Congressional


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Pair of Innings Gives Hope To Struggling Jammers

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the JAMESTOWN, N.Y. — There’s no or way around it. The Jammers were playing ugly baseball for more than a week and with a record of 3-9 heading into play Saturday night, there ' were some rumbling about just how bad this team might be this year. e Lest we forget, it’s still pretty early in the season, but in this 76-game e season, long losing streaks early in the season tend to do a lot more than have you looking up in the standings. It’s a grueling schedule, one with four days off in less than three months. Once you start losing, it can be tough to turn it around. est,'' But who knew things were about to ufturn around with Jamestown traileing 5-2 in the top of ninth inning ng on Saturday. Staring down a eighth straight loss, the Jammers erupted for four runs before turning it over d to reliable closer Nick Wittgren to d end the game. s in But consider this, Jamestown needed ch. three runs in the ninth to tie the game. They had scored three runs hat in one inning just once all season er, long and hadn’t put together a 4-run o inning yet. e nals. In addition, Jamestown had scored four or more runs in an entire game only four times in their first 12 taly d. dn't

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Viosergy Rosa (No. 24) high-fives Pedro Mendoza (No. 2) after Mendoza came around to score for Jamestown Sunday afternoon at Diethrick Park. The win moved Jamestown to 5-9. Mendoza is 5-for-9 since coming off the disabled list. (Photo by Chris Winkler).

games. In the seven-game losing streak, they had only done it once. But, they did it Saturday behind just three singles, but got some help from putting the ball in play. Regardless, the four-run inning carried over back to Jamestown when the Jammers opened up a three-game series with Auburn on Sunday. The Doubledays had just swept Jamestown in a three-game set in Auburn the previous week by a combined score off 22-5. But, right off the bat, the Jammers — who remember, just scored more than three runs in an inning for the first time this season in their last inning — exploded for five in the bottom of the first.

Three doubles, a pair of singles and three walks as Jamestown put the game out of reach right away en route to winning 7-1. Jamestown scored nine runs in two innings that single-handedly won games for them. In the 46 innings before that, though, they had scored a grand total of 10 runs. Think about that for a minute. Yes, it was an explosion. Still plenty of baseball, though, we’re not even at the quarter-point of the season. Jamestown started a six-game roadstand Wednesday with Staten Island (Yankees) before heading back across the bay to face Brooklyn (Mets). Then, the patented day off for the New York Penn League on July 10.

THIS WEEK AT THE BALLPARK! July 11 vs. Vermont Lake Monsters Community Care Night The Jammers welcome Community Bank employees and customers to the park for a night of Jammer baseball. The Jammers open up a six game homestand against the Vermont Lake Monsters.

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July 13 vs. Vermont Lake Monsters Chicken Wing Night A rarity at the ballpark as chicken wings will be available for purchase at concession stands as the Jammers conclude a series with Vermont.

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The NYPL schedule is 76 games in 80 days. One of those four days off is the All-Star game. So if you’re fortunate enough to make it, you’ll spend the other day off (the day before) travelling. Only two real days off in this league. Other News and Notes • 20-year-old infielder Yeison Hernandez was called up to Greensboro. Hernandez was hitting .282 (11-for39) in eight games for Jamestown while playing some second, some short and also DH-ing. • His roster move opened up space for Pedro Mendoza, who was activated off the 7-day disabled list Saturday. All Mendoza has done, 21, is go 5-for-9 in his first two games,

giving the Jammers a catalyst at the top of the order. • Blake Logan made his first start for the Jammers Sunday, taking the place of Ryan Newell. No word on if Logan will remain in the rotation, but it’s hard to imagine he won’t. The rookie threw three no-hit innings and has now allowed just four baserunners in five innings for Jamestown. No runs allowed and eight strikeouts. He’d be the ace on the staff at this point. • Jamestown’s starters ERA was 5.93 heading in to play on Sunday. Logan helped drop that down to 5.58. • The 15 hits Jamestown mashed out Sunday also improved the teams batting average to .244, good for a tie for eighth place in the league heading in to play Monday. • Kentrell Dewitt had to be taken out of the game Sunday in between the second and third innings. Tough to say where Dewitt got hurt, but the team was mum on the outfielder’s condition. Dewitt missed three games earlier in the year with an undisclosed injury as well. He’s dayto-day and didn’t play Monday, so I doubt we’ll see him that soon. • Errors continue to be a problem for Jamestown. They’ve made 23 this season, more than 1.5 per game. By, comparison, Auburn (leaders of the Pinckney Division) have made just 14.

Around the NYPL: Pinckney Division By Chris Winkler Star Sports Editor

Auburn: I got my first look at the Doubledays Sunday afternoon when the Jammers knocked off the division leaders 7-1. A bit of a surprise considering Auburn had just defeated Jamestown 22-5 in a threegame sweep the week before. But, Auburn has benefited from the rehab assignments of Sandy Leon and J.R. Higley. Leon, a catcher, has been having a wonderful year at Double-A Harrisburg before coming down to the NYPL for a quick rehab stint. Higley, an outfielder and has been as high as Triple-A this year and also won’t be down in Auburn for much longer. The two have combined to hit over .320 and have driven in 12 runs in 12 combined games.

But, the Doubledays still might be the best team in the division with guys like first baseman Shawn Pleffener and shortstop Stephen Perez. Auburn has got fairly steady pitching from the rotation, too, but certainly aren’t as unbeatable as their hot start would indicate. Mahoning Valley: These guys are hot. Winners of five in a row heading in to play Tuesday, the Scrappers have started to put things together since getting beaten up by State College on the first weekend. Similar to Jamestown’s early struggles with Auburn, Mahoning Valley got swept by the Spikes by a 19-7 tally in three games. But, they’ve rebounded nicely and part of that is thanks to a first round pick from the 2012 draft in outfielder Tyler Naquin. Jammers fans didn’t get a chance to see Naquin even

New York Penn League Standings Through Tuesday, July 2

McNamara Brooklyn Cyclones (NYM) Hudson Valley Renegades (TB) Aberdeen IronBirds (BAL) Staten Island Yankees (NYY) Pinckney Auburn Doubledays (WSH) State College Spikes (PIT) Williamsport Crosscutters (PHI) Mahoning Valley Scrappers (CLE) Batavia Muckdogs (STL) Jamestown Jammers (MIA) Stedler Tri-City ValleyCats (HOU) Lowell Spinners (BOS) Vermont Lake Monsters (OAK) Connecticut Tigers (DET)

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GB 2 6 6 GB 2 2 3 3 5 GB 4 7 7

though he was on the roster for both games in Jamestown. He didn’t make his debut until the team got back to Niles. As far as the Jammers go, they played these guys even for four games. If the Scrappers are the team to beat in this division, things aren’t as bad as they might seem. State College: The aforementioned Spikes were off to a nice start but have cooled down over the last week. Part of the problem is State College left home. They’re 6-1 at home and 2-6 on the road, including getting a return favor from Mahoning Valley as the Scrappers swept a three-gamer from the Spikes. They’ve been getting great starting pitching, namely from Luis Heredia who has a 0.64 ERA in 14 innings. I haven’t seen the Spikes and we won’t until Aug. 11, the last team Jamestown will see. They’ll get used to them, though. In a stretch of 20 games, these two teams will square off 10 times. Batavia: I’ve got to see quite a bit of the Muckdogs, a team that took Jamestown out four out of six. They have a nice top of the order with Steven Ramos, Breyvic Valera and Garrett Wittels. Jesus Montero is also off to a nice start. The Muckdogs have the make of a team that should be in the hunt for a playoff spot all year. Williamsport: I also haven’t seen the Crosscutters and we won’t see them until Aug. 9, two days before State College. Starting pitcher Josh Warner has been one of the best in the league. The Australian has a 1.50 ERA in three starts. Mitch Walding, a fifth round pick out of high school in 2011, is off to a marvelous start, batting .365 in his first two weeks.


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Brad Keselowski, driver of the No. 2 Dodge, celebrates with a burnout after winning Saturday’s Sprint Cup Series Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway. (NASCAR photo)

Incident lit fire under Keselowski at Kentucky for third win in 2012

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he results of Saturday’s Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway show that, among other things, a mad Brad Keselowski is one fast fellow. Keselowski tangled with Juan Pablo Montoya early in the opening Sprint Cup practice on Friday, an incident Keselowski blamed on Montoya pulling in front of him, and it forced Keselowski’s team to prepare a backup car in a hurry in the triple-digit heat. But once the race was under way Saturday night, Keselowski dominated en route to his third win of the season, a victory that all but assures him of a spot in the Chase for the Sprint Cup, the championship battle that begins after eight more races. Keselowski’s crew chief Paul Wolfe said the mad factor appeared to be in play at Kentucky. “There are definitely a lot of instances where I’ve seen Brad be able to find speed in the race car when he is ticked off,” Wolfe said. “Whether or not he’s doing it, it seems like it happens.” Keselowski admitted that the incident with Montoya was on his mind over the weekend. “I don’t like being pushed around, and I felt like what happened on the race track,

that someone was pushing me around, and I don’t like that,” he said. “I hate that. I can’t stand it, and I won’t stand for that. I can’t stand it.” He said that while some might say that being mad in a race car can be a bad thing because of safety concerns, he’s not sure a rush of adrenaline is a big negative after all. “Maybe it’s not. I don’t know,” he said. “I ain’t the one to answer that. “But I do like the result, and whatever way, whatever I’ve got to do to get them, I’ll get them. But I’m not going to be pushed around, and that’s one code that I’m going to continue to live by.” Keselowski added that the most important factor in the victory was the speed of his backup car. “This car was fast from the second we unloaded it,” he said. And he said his car needs to continue to be fast if he’s going to make a serious run at the title. “You’ve got to win races,” he said. “You don’t back your way the Chase. Don’t rest on your laurels. You’ve got to have fast car when’s the Chase starts with great reliability and great execution. “It’s going to take all three.”

Richard Petty celebrates 75th NASCAR icon Richard Petty, the man with a record 200 victories and seven Sprint Cup titles, turned 75 this week. Petty planned to spend his birthday, Monday, at the Petty complex in Level Cross, N.C., then relax with family afterward. Then, as he’s done for most of his earlier birthdays, he’ll travel Richard Petty to Daytona for (NASCAR photo) the Fourth of July weekend races. This year will be extra special as he’ll be honored with a “Red, White and Petty Blue” dinner that will take place at the Wyndham Ocean Walk Resort and feature guest speakers who have been his friends for years.. “I’m really thankful for everyone who has supported us over the years,” Petty said in a team release. “I really don’t think about age too much. I just keep going to the next race. I’ve been doing that all my life and that’s what I’m going to keep doing. But, I am grateful for each day and all the fans who make this a lot of fun for us.”

Austin Dillon’s victory in last Friday’s Nationwide Series race at Kentucky Speedway, his first in NASCAR’s second tier circuit, came in a car that looked remarkably like the Chevrolet that the late Dale Earnhardt once drove. In fact, the car is nearly identical, and with good reason. It belongs to Dillon’s grandfather, Richard Childress, who also owned the black No. 3 Chevrolets that Earnhardt drove for most of his career. It ran like one of those Earnhardt cars, too. Dillon started on the pole, led 192 of 200 laps and won by a 9.8-second margin over second-place Kurt Busch. Childress said in Victory Lane at Kentucky that he thought Earnhardt would be proud. And while some Austin Dillon might say that (NASCAR photo) Earnhardt’s car number should be retired, there are plenty of others who say otherwise. Dale Earnhardt Jr. has maintained that Dillon is the right person to bring that iconic car number back to the highest levels of NASCAR since he’s been running it since he started racing on the short tracks of the South. Earnhardt Jr. addressed the subject last fall during a media session at Homestead-Miami Speedway. “I don’t look at the numbers tied to drivers as much as just the history of the number,” he said. “The number is more of a bank that you just deposit history into. It doesn’t really belong to any individual. Austin’s run that number, and you really can’t deny him the opportunity to continue to run it. It just wouldn’t be fair.” Earnhardt Jr. said that although his father accomplished great things while driving the No. 3, there were many others before him who ran that number, including Childress, who gave up his own driving career to put Earnhardt in his car. “And someone else drove it before then,” Earnhardt Jr. said. “There are a lot of guys in the Fifties and Sixties that ran that number with success.” Dillon’s first Nationwide win could come with somewhat of an asterisk, as the rear of his car was found to be too low in a post-race inspection.

Kenseth psyched for Daytona If Matt Kenseth needs a distraction from dealing with the aftermath of his decision to leave Roush Fenway Racing at the end of the year, this week’s race at Daytona International Speedway might be just the ticket. Kenseth won the Daytona 500 in his last race at the birthplace of NASCAR, and he believes his restrictor-plate cars are as fast as any in the Sprint Cup garage. “I am looking forward to going back there,” he said. “I looked forward to going to Talladega more so than any plate race I have ever looked forward to in my career with as good as we ran at Daytona [in Feb.] and how fast our cars were. “I feel the same way about Daytona [this time around] and I am looking forward to getting down there.” He said he made a tactical mistake and got separated from his drafting partner and teammate Greg Biffle near the end at Talladega, the other track where restrictor plates are used to slow speeds, or he might have won there, too. “I have been kind of agonizing over that since Talladega with that green-white-checkered and how I lost that race for my guys,” Kenseth said. “I am looking forward to getting some redemption and also coming off that win at Daytona. The rules worked really good for us. Our cars have been fast, and we have been able to pass.”

Roush on Kenseth: ‘Personally, we will be fine’

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When a race driver and his or her car owner part company, as Matt Kenseth and Jack Roush will do at season’s end, it’s not just a business move. It also involves personal relationships, as the two usually have worked hand-in-hand, and as teammates in a competitive environment, for a number of years. Throughout the NASCAR garage, there are drivers and owners who once worked together, but now are on opposing teams, yet still manage to maintain the friendships, or at least cordial relations. Eddie Wood, co-owner of the No. 21 Wood Brothers Ford, has often said that he and his family strive to maintain good relations with all their former drivers, because no matter how they parted, those drivers are still part of the history and heritage of their race team. Roush said last week at Kentucky Speedway that he feels the same way about his drivers both past and present. “[Kenseth], like Mark Martin and Greg [Biffle] and Carl [Edwards], is a cornerstone of what we do, and his DNA is all over the things that we are known for and our success,” Roush said, adding that he hopes he and Kenseth can continue their personal relationship.

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Jack Roush, Matt Kenseth and crew chief Jimmy Fennig at the 2012 Daytona 500 winner luncheon. (NASCAR photo) “[For] Matt and I, and I think everybody on the team, the friendship part will survive,” Roush said. “I have not lost respect for Matt, and I hope he hasn’t for me. “I won’t have the same sense of wishing for his success on the race track next year that I will for the balance of this year, and have in the past. He will, from my point of view, be moving to the dark side. We will get through that. Personally, we will be fine.” Roush went on to say that Kenseth’s decision to leave after nearly 14 seasons behind the wheel

of the No. 17 Ford, caught him off guard, and that he never got a chance to personally intervene until it was too late. “If I had been as vigilant and diligent and interested in that side of the business as I am on finding why a fuel pump broke, or why a connection rod bearing failed, or how we could get the next pound of downforce – if I had been taking care of the business side of the business as hard as I tried to take care of the technical side, I might have been able to stop that,” he said.

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David Scott Wins Fritz Seamens Super Late Model Memorial By Glenn Slocum Contributing Writer

BUSTI, N.Y. — The Fritz Seamens Super Late Model Memorial sponsored by Roberts Trucking, Arthur R. Gren, Tobber Racing and Lias Tire started with a four wide salute with retiring veteran Super Late Model driver Rod Maloy leading and ended with David Scott in victory lane. Maloy was Super Late Champ in 2001 and then in 2007 and is seventh in the all time win list with 23 wins. Scott battled with Dick Barton and lap traffic over the final laps of the Memorial event for his $5,000 win. Veteran racer Maloy led the four-wide salute lap for the Fritz Seamens Super Late Model Memorial and Doug Eck led the first green flag lap. Maloy had announced his retirement making the memorial his last race. A lap 2 incident collected several cars including Andy Kania, Chuck Parker, Greg Oakes, Ryan Scott and Rich Gardner. Eck led to the restart green with David Scott and second and Rod Maloy third. Scott took the lead from Eck on the next lap as the yellow flew for Greg Johnson. Scott, Eck and Maloy were the leaders with Dutch Davis fourth and TJ Downs fifth. Head starter Mark Matthews waived off the restart sending around for another try.

Eck spun low collecting Chris Hackett, Dutch Davies and Darrel Bossard on the restart for yellow number three with three laps complete. Scott was not followed by Maloy, TJ Downs, Andy Boozel and Dick Barton. Bossard, Jordan Eck and Davies got caught in another incident on the restart. Lap 4 was finally completed as Scott took to the high side with Maloy giving chase down low. Barton used lap 6 to pass both Maloy and Boozel as Scott led by several car lengths. Kania spun at the exit of turn four for yellow five with ten laps complete. Scott remained in the high groove and Barton stayed low managing to stay with the highflying Scott. Barton would pull alongside in the corners but Scott pulled away coming out of the turns. Boozel ran third with Oakes in fourth and Gardner fifth. The leader hit lap traffic on lap 23 with Barton three car lengths behind. Barton had to go high to pass the lap traffic and lost ground to Scott. Once they cleared lap traffic Barton moved down to the low groove. Scott took the white with a five-car length lead and Barton was unable to challenge. It was Scott’s second win of the season and his 19th career win at Stateline. Chris Withers made it eight in a row in the Street Stock

Another win for David Scott, as he won the Fritz Seamens Memorial Saturday night in Busti. (Photo courtesy of stateline-speedway.com and SDC Associates Inc.)

division after Steve Keith and Jason Covey tangled in the early laps. Keith, Withers and Covey were the early leaders in the first Street Stock feature. Keith and Covey tangled with four laps complete and Withers was right there to take the advantage and the lead. Withers, Brian Crandall and Paul Nelson were the restart leaders. Withers held on for the win his eighth consecutive win. Ben Burgess Jr. lost the handle while leading the Super Sportsman feature and point leader Dan Nocero Jr. was there to pick up the win. Wade Watson and Tim Card caused the first caution in the Super Sportsman feature on lap two. Burgess Jr. was the race leader with Jake Eller second and point leader Nocero third.

Nocero was second after the restart and caught the leader two laps later. Nocero ran high while Burgess stayed in the center groove. The second yellow flew for Jim Kibbie with a spin in the exit of turn two. Burgess lost the lead with a spin in turn one with eight laps down giving the lead to Nocero. Nocero pulled away from the field after the restart for his fifth checkers in 2012. Young Damian Bidwell won his second Crate Late Model feature leading from start to finish. The first lap of the Crate Late Model feature ended with a yellow for Mark Thrasher as Bidwell led with Ed Carley second and Bob Kish third. Bidwell was the first one around for lap 2 as he and Carley began to move away

from the field. Ward Schell was third with Justin Tatlow fourth and Jason Genco fifth. Five laps remained in the race when Bidwell caught the tail end of the field with a ten-car length lead over Carley. As the white flew Carley had closed to within five car lengths but could not catch the youngster as he won his second of the season. Cale Crocker started second and finished first for his career first win at Stateline in and E-Mod. Crocker was never challenged throughout the event and fifth starting Justin Carlson was the runner-up. Croker grabbed the lead on the first lap of the E-Mod feature which ran green for three laps then Alex Froman, John Boardman, Mike McGee and Brian Fardink tangled for the first caution. Chuck Frye and Butch Southwell were second and third for the restart. Justin Carlson caught Southwell then Frye for the runner up spot as Crocker led by 15 car lengths. Frye lost another spot as Southwell took third. With five laps remaining Crocker led Carlson by a half a straight and Southwell was ten car lengths behind Carlson. Croker make it perfect leading every lap for his first career E-Mod feature at Stateline. Dustin Eckman bested Steve Kania for his second Limited Late feature win of the season.

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John Cline Jr. and Dustin Eckman were on the front row for the Limited Late feature. Lap one ended with a yellow for Chad Schauers as Eckman led. Chris Ottaway also had problems at the start and retired to the pits. Lap 2 ended with Mike Moore and Schauers tangled up in the inside of turn four. Moore joined the field while Schauers went to the pits. Eckman was once again the first across but Cline had stopped for caution three. Eckman could not shake Kania as the race stayed green. Steve Moynihan was third, a few car lengths behind Kania. Eckman seemed to be running in Kania groove so they raced in lockstep. On the white flag lap the final caution occurred as Cline had more troubles. The dash for the win gave Eckman his second checkers of the season. Todd Bacon won the second Street Stock feature after early leader Elaine Best suffered mechanical problems. Elaine Best was on the front row for the second Street Stock feature and lost the lead on lap five as her car slowed to stop on the front stretch. Bacon passed then new leader Kyle Weilacher for the lead on lap six. Bacon led the final laps with Gary Fisher second. Chad Bender won the Super Challenger feature, his fourth.

Dave Hess Jr. Wins JoAnne Clinger Memorial at Eriez Speedway Contributed Article By Jay Pees

HAMMETT, Pa. — Dave Hess Jr drove to his third win in the JoAnne Clinger Memorial race Sunday night at Eriez. It was Hess’ third win in the annual event, run since 2007 and he is the only multiple winner. Mike Knight and Kasey Hammond each drove to Victory Circle for the second time this season. Kyle Zimmerman, the 2011 FASTRAL Late Model champion, finally won his first feature at Eriez. Steve Kania got his third star in the win column and Wade Watson put up his fifth win in six events contested. Defending Street Stock champion Pat McGuire continued his quest to win this season’s top prize with another win. The evening was highlighted off with a huge fireworks display. The JoAnne Clinger Memorial race was the mail attraction for the Plyler Overhead Door E-Mods with Joel Watson winning the pole by virtue of winning the Dash for Cash, which paid $200. Point’s leader Rich Michael Jr. was outside. Michael led lap one with Watson right behind. On lap two Dave Hess Jr. came

by Watson on the backstretch and took over the lead coming out of turn four. With four laps complete Joe Crawford spun in turn two, collecting John Boardman and Mike McGee. After green Hess opened up a lead with Watson and Michael side by side with Watson leading at the time of the next caution at lap 8. The next caution was when Watson spun sideways in turn four resulting in cars coming together behind him. Watson kept his mount moving, losing five positions in the process. The cars of Mike Knight and Shane Crotty were restored to their positions due to not be the reason for the caution. Watson restarted seventh, the spot he was in when the caution flew. Unfortunately for Watson, he again spun, fully coming to a stop, at lap 13, and being hit by Russ Dunn. Both cars went pitside. Dunn returned after repairs but Watson was done for the night. Hess continued to extend his lead through the remaining laps, winning the event for the third time in its six-year history. Following Hess to the check-

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Johnson spun in turn four. Under caution Johnson hit the car of Doug Eck in apparent retaliation, and was then disqualified from the event for ‘aggressive’ driving. At lap 7, former champion Mike Knight was alongside Gardner and took over the lead the next circuit. 2011 champion Dave Hess Jr. got by Gardner shortly after and began chasing down Knight. Knight was not to be denied though, and extended his lead over the remaining distance, interrupted only by a caution at lap 22 when Andy Kania spun down the front straight.

Hess wound up second with Gardner third, Boozel fourth, and a fast-closing John Volpe fifth. It was Knight’s second feature win of the season. The Dan’s Rt. 8 Boardwalk Bar & Grill FASTRAK Late Model feature had Kyle Zimmerman on the pole with Chad Wright outside. Zimmerman led the first five laps with Wayne Robertson coming by at lap six. Zimmerman was leading again at eight laps and went on to the win over Robertson, Chad Wright, Max, Blair, and Steve Dixon. The win was the first for Zimmerman at Eriez Speedway. Steve Kania led the Conway & O’Malley Limited Late Model feature from the outside front row with pole-sitter Dan Maxim following. Chris McGuire came to second in short order and managed to lead lap 9 but Kania regained the lead the next lap and then sped away to his third win of the season. McGuire came across the line second with Dustin Eckman, Jake Finnerty, and Maxim filling out the top five. The Gannon University Sportsmen feature was the first finale of the night with Wade Watson, who has dominated

the division all year leading the entire distance for his fifth feature win of the season in six weeks of competition. Following Watson to the checkers were Don McGuire, Tim Card, Jake Eller, and Jim Kibbe. The Bonnell Collision Center Street Stocks had the first and second point’s cars on the front row, Pat McGuire and Joe Rohrer. McGuire, the 2011 champion, took off with the lead at the start and was never headed although several cautions slowed the pace. Rohrer wound up second with Brian Crandall, Gary Fisher, and Ken Lamp Jr. rounding out the top five. McGuire had celebrated his birthday Saturday. Nineteen cars started the Kandy’s Dinner Theater Challenger feature. Steve Enlow led the first laps but experienced problems during a caution period and retired from the event. Tom Cupp and Jeff Nunemaker ran side by side until Nunemaker took over at the front. Kasey Hammond then took the lead and held it until the checkers for her second win is as many weeks. Second was Mike Rizzo with point’s leader Wesley Stull third.


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Ironmen Announce 2012-13 Home Schedule Contributed Article Jamestown Ironmen

JAMESTOWN, N.Y. — The North American Hockey League (NAHL) has announced the release of the 2012-13 regular-season schedule. Entering its 37th season, the NAHL is the largest and oldest USA Hockey-sanctioned junior league in the United States. This past season, over 170 players made NCAA college commitments. The Jamestown Ironmen will be entering their second season at the Jamestown Savings Bank Arena. The season is fast approaching and the Ironmen just held a tryout this past weekend in Pittsburgh, Pa.

Jamestown Ironmen head coach Dan Daikawa and his squad will open up the home portion of their schedule at the Jamestown Savings Bank Ice Arena against the Port Huron Fighting Falcons on Friday, Sept. 21. (Star file photo)

“We have had two great tryouts and seen some quality players,” said Ironmen head coach Dan Daikawa. “We are looking to be very competitive in this league this season.” The Arena is slated to host 28 Ironmen home games during the upcoming season. One change to the upcoming season’s schedule will be weekend game times. All Thursday and Friday games will begin at 7 p.m. just as they did last season, but in an attempt by the team to be more family-friendly, all weekend games will have an earlier 5 p.m. start time. The schedule is as follows.

2012 Jamestown Ironmen Home Schedule Friday Saturday Friday Saturday Friday Saturday Friday Saturday Friday Saturday

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FRISCO, Texas — The North American Hockey League (NAHL) has an announced a change in ownership for the Coulee Region Chill. Coulee Region Hockey, LLC has entered into an agreement to purchase the Coulee Region Chill membership in the NAHL and continue to operate the club in the Onalaska, Wisconsin market. Coulee Region Hockey, LLC, will be owned and operated by managing partner Michelle Bryant. “The Onalaska/Lacrosse, Wisconsin area is one that has shown support for the Coulee Region Chill the past two seasons, and under the direction of Michelle Bryant and Coulee Region Hockey, LLC, we are confident that the product can keep growing, developing and reach a new level of success while continuing to provide a quality experience and opportunity for development of our student-athletes,” said NAHL Commissioner Mark Frankenfeld. Michelle, along with her

FRISCO, Texas — The North American Hockey League (NAHL) has announced the release of the 2012-13 regularseason schedule. Entering its 37th season, the NAHL is the largest and oldest USA Hockey-sanctioned junior league in the United States. This past season, over 170 players made NCAA college commitments. You can view the entire 2012-

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husband Kevin, have roots in La Crosse, Wis. and returned to the area 11 years ago to raise their family. They have four boys ages 6, 9, 11, and 13 and they all enjoy playing hockey. Michelle graduated from Stetson University with a Bachelor of Business Administration with a specialization in Marketing. Since her graduation she has held senior marketing, promotions and sales management positions with firms such as Coca Cola, Pillsbury and MGM. She also owned and operated a local retail business that was subsequently sold. Michelle has been active in La Crosse youth hockey and recently served as the President of the River City Youth

Hockey Association for over two and half years. Additionally, she was the Chill’s housing director and supported the club in many operational roles throughout its existence in Onalaska. "We are very excited about being a part of the NAHL and the Coulee Region Chill. We are passionate about providing junior hockey players with a first class team, coaching staff and program committed to furthering their hockey careers,” remarked Bryant. “Our family loves the game of hockey and having worked closely with the Chill we saw first-hand the positive community impacts of Junior Hockey and the excitement that this team brings to the area.”

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13 NAHL Regular Season schedule online at NAHL.com. Each of the 24 teams in the league's four divisions — the Central, North, South and West — will play 60 regular season games. The regular season will commence on Sept. 8, 2012 and conclude on March 30, 2013. The 10th annual NAHL Showcase Tournament will be held from September 12-16, 2012 at the Schwan Super Rink in Blaine, Minn. where all 24

teams will play four regularseason games. Details and a schedule for the NAHL Showcase and the NAHL Top Prospects Tournament for the 2012-13 season will be announced on a future date. The 2013 Robertson Cup Championship Tournament, which crowns the NAHL’s playoff champion and USA Hockey’s Tier II Junior A national champion, will be held from May 9-12, 2013. A location has yet to be announced.


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Sabres Set To Open Talks With Grigorenko By John Wawrow Associated Press

l l ast BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — The Buffalo Sabres aren't wasting y, any time in their bid to sign their top draft pick, center Mikhail Grigorenko. General manager Darcy Regier said Monday that he's already informed the player's agent that he intends to open contract talks in the very near future. The Sabres selected Grigorenko with the 12th pick in the NHL draft on Friday, and believe the Russian-born player has the potential to make an immediate impact this season. Whether or not Grigorenko proves ready, Regier added that the Sabres aren't done stockpiling centers this offseason. After using two first-round picks — Buffalo also traded up to select Zemgus Girgensons with the 14th pick — and four of their eight picks on centers, Regier is now turning his attention to r- acquiring experienced players either through free agency or by trade. he “We're going to look for ways na- to improve the team, and that n extends beyond free agency,'' ure Regier said. “I don't think it's Cup fair to put it on these young nt,

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Some say Mikhail Grigorenko is ready to play in the NHL right away. First, the Sabres have to sign the No. 12 overall pick who fell to the Sabres. (AP Photo)

fellows to step in immediately and contribute.'' Though vowing to be aggressive, Regier was cautious when it came to making guarantees because he projects the free-agent market to be thin on quality talent once it opens on Sunday. “There will be an awful lot of competition for really very few players,'' Regier said. “So most teams are going to fail in unrestricted free agency. Hopefully, we're not one of them, but that's the probability.'' Buffalo identified center as its most pressing need this offseason. And it's a position that's been lacking since the

team lost top-line centers Daniel Briere and Chris Drury in free agency in 2007. The Sabres are coming off a disappointing season in which a lack of chemistry and injuries led their high-priced roster to miss the playoffs for the third time in five years. Grigorenko, listed at 6-foot-3 and 200 pounds, played for Quebec of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League last season. He led the league's rookies with 45 goals and 85 points in 59 games despite dealing with an illness at the end of the season. Grigorenko is already living out of a hotel in Buffalo,

and intends to stay in town at least through the team's rookie developmental camp in two weeks. “For sure I want to play in NHL,'' he said Monday. “I'll do everything to make NHL.'' And Grigorenko regarded a potential labor dispute that could delay the start of the season as something that could help his chances. “Probably it will be better for me because I'll have more time to prepare to play in the NHL,'' he said. “So I'll have more time to get stronger, learn more things about hockey.'' Girgensons, listed at 6-foot2 and 198 pounds, is from Latvia but has spent the past three seasons playing in North America. Last season, his second with Dubuque of the U.S. Hockey League, he led the team with 55 points (24 goals, 31 assists) in 49 games, with six of his goals game-winners. Girgensons is committed to playing at Vermont this season. Regier said the team is taking a wait-and-see approach with Girgensons before opening contract talks. The Sabres also drafted centers Justin Kea (73rd overall) and Logan Nelson (133rd).

Rick Jeanneret To Call Full Season of Games in 2012-13

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BUFFALO, N.Y. — Buffalo Sabres President Ted Black today announced Rick Jeanneret, recipient of the 2012 Foster Hewitt Memorial Award, will serve as the play-by-play announcer for all 82 Sabres broadcasts in 2012-13. The announcement comes after Jeanneret signed a new, multiyear contract in early June and made the decision to increase the number of games he called from an abbreviated slate of games the past few seasons. “Having RJ return to call a full schedule of games next season is great news for our organization and even better news for our fans,” Black said. “We are so lucky to have a Hall-of-Fame talent around on a full-time

basis again and, after his new contract extension, for years to come on our broadcasts.” Jeanneret, the longest-tenured broadcaster in hockey, will be embarking on his 41st season behind the microphone for the Sabres in 2012-13. He will be joined by Rob Ray, who has also signed on to serve as the full-time color analyst for the Sabres broadcast team for all 82 games next season. As this year’s recipient of the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award, the most prestigious award given to hockey broadcasters, Jeanneret will be officially honored by the Hockey Hall of Fame in a ceremony in November. Jeanneret was inducted into the Sabres Hall of Fame in 2011 and will be inducted into the Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame later this year.

Sabres Deal Enigmatic Center Roy to Stars for 2 Players Free Agency News and Notes Contributed Article Associated Press

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — The Buffalo Sabres have acquired forward Steve Ott and defenseman Adam Pardy from the Dallas Stars in exchange for center Derek Roy. Sabres general manager Darcy Regier announced the trade Monday. Roy is entering the final year of his contract after underperforming last season for Buffalo. Following seasonending surgery to repair a torn quadriceps tendon in 2010-2011, Roy had 17 goals and 27 assists in 80 games last season. He scored at least 25 goals from 2007-2010 before he was hurt. Roy has 161 goals and 266 assists in eight NHL seasons, all with Buffalo. Ott had 11 goals and 28 assists in 74 games with the Stars last season. The 25th overall

Derek Roy had 60-plus point seasons four years in a row until an injury-plagued 2010-11 season. He had a career worse 44 points and -7 rating last year while getting into the doghouse of virtually every single Sabers fan for his seemingly lackadaisical play. (AP Photo)

pick in the 2000 entry draft, Ott has 85 goals and 135 assists in 566 career games and the Sabres are hoping he can address criticism that Buffalo lacks toughness. ''I think more than anything else, we needed to move the balance of skill versus the physical nature of our game, and become a tougher team

to play against,'' Regier said. ''Steve can play and complement the higher skilled guys and contribute in a lot of different ways. I think that he will be very valuable for us.'' Ott was fourth in the NHL last season with 278 hits. ''It's something I pride myself in, being at the top of leading

Sabres Sign Scott Contributed Article Associated Press

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Buffalo Sabres General Manager Darcy Regier announced that the team has agreed to terms with unrestricted free agent forward John Scott on a oneyear contract. "John's size and toughness make him a difficult player to battle against," Regier said. "His physical play will

John Scott (right) during a fight last season with Chicago. Scott brings some much needed toughness to this team, but wasn't exactly what Sabres fans were hoping for as the first news of free agency. (AP Photo)

the league in hits every single year playing a physical, hard, complete style of game,'' Ott said. ''That's what I want to bring, I'm not changing my style. That's something I want to do, I want to be as consistent as possible, playing a mix of hard hockey with some skill set along with it.'' Pardy spent his first three seasons with Calgary before joining the Stars in 2011-12, recording four goals, 25 assists and 157 penalty minutes in 183 NHL games. Neither team made the playoffs last season. ''Derek Roy is a legitimate top two-line center, and has been productive throughout his career,'' Dallas general manager Joe Nieuwendyk said. ''He is a proven commodity that helps fill a void at a position of need for our club. We believe Derek helps make our hockey club better, and we are happy to have him.''

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Gaustad, Preds Agree On Deal

Brodeur re-signs with Devils

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Nashville Predators and Paul Gaustad agreed to a fouryear, $13 million deal Saturday, keeping the 6-foot-5 American center from becoming a free agent. The 30-year-old Gaustad joined the Predators in February in a deal that sent a first-round pick this year to Buffalo. The Sabres also received a fourth-round pick in 2013. Gaustad had seven goals and 10 assists in 56 games last season for Buffalo, and added four assists in 14 games for Nashville. He had a goal and an assist in 10 playoff games. In seven NHL seasons, he has 71 goals, 114 assists and 591 penalty minutes in 493 games.

Rangers re-sign backup goalie Biron

NEW YORK (AP) — The Rangers are keeping Martin Biron away from free agency. Biron, who agreed to his new deal with the Rangers on Friday, could have become an be a valuable addition to our unrestricted free agent on Sunday. The 34-year-old Biron, the team." Scott (6’8”, 270 lbs.) split the backup to Vezina Trophy winner Henrik Lundqvist, was 202011-12 season between the 12-2 with a 2.32 goals-against Chicago Blackhawks and average the past two seasons New York Rangers, tallying with New York. He also had a one assist and 53 penalty minutes in 35 games. In four .912 save percentage and two shutouts in 38 games. The 14NHL seasons, the native of year NHL veteran has played in Edmonton, Alberta has ap500 regular-season games with peared in 146 career games with the Rangers, Blackhawks the Buffalo Sabres, Philadelphia and Minnesota Wild, record- Flyers, New York Islanders and ing five points (1+4) and 236 Rangers. He has 228 games, a 2.61 GAA, .a 911 save percentpenalty minutes. age and 28 shutouts. Biron was

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Martin Brodeur is going to remain the face of the New Jersey Devils. The 40-year-old goaltender who has led the team to three Stanley Cups, signed a two-year, $9 million contract Monday to stay with the only NHL club he's ever known. ''At the end of the day, this is what I wanted all along,'' Brodeur said in a conference call. ''Circumstances happen sometimes in life that I can't control, and I can't say it won't happen again, but I am happy, and two years seems appropriate for me maybe to leave the game at that time. But I am not 100 percent sure. Again, we'll how I feel and how well I am able to play.''

Carolina extends Staal

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The Carolina Hurricanes have signed new center Jordan Staal to a 10-year contract extension. The Hurricanes marked the start of the free agency period Sunday by announcing a longterm deal for the star player they acquired from Pittsburgh in a draft-day trade just over a week ago. Staal will make $6 million per year under the deal, which begins with the 2013-14 season. General manager Jim Rutherford says Staal — the younger brother of team captain Eric Staal — “represents a cornerstone of our franchise for the long term.'' The 23-year-old Staal had career highs with 25 assists and 50 points last season with the Penguins.


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Catch Remains Inconsistent By Steve Peacock Star Outdoors Writer

The Walleye fishing was the best of the year for my friends and I on Sunday. We caught 10 keepers and one that we released. A lot of boats didn’t do as well as us this week. I heard several reports of three or four fish per boat. All

in all, I think there was some improvement over the previous week because I didn’t hear of anyone that caught none. Worm harnesses and stick baits seem to be what is working; however for us the action came on the harnesses. The situation with the perch is pretty much the same with inconsistent catches being reported. Everyone I talked to

at least caught some fish and a couple guys had gotten their limit. Right now it seems you would catch fish anywhere you go. I’ve heard of guys catching walleye and perch everywhere from twelve feet of water in the bay, all the way out past eighty feet. Both days last weekend the

lake became rough in the after noon but at the crack of dawn it was flat and nice. That is why we always head out as early as possible. Sometimes when we want to fish but we know Lake Erie is going to be too rough, we will fish in Chautauqua Lake instead. It is usually a lot calmer on those windy days but the Walleyes at Chautauqua are

very tricky to catch. I heard that this year it is so thick with weeds that you can barely fish. I also heard that many boaters have done damage to their boats by driving through the weeds. It is probably worse than normal because of the warm spring and the hot dry summer weather we’ve had. I can’t help but notice the abundance of small game

critters I’ve seen lately. I have more rabbits on my property than I’ve ever had before. Hopefully that means the coyote population is down a bit. I can’t remember the last time I heard the coyotes howling during the night. I always heard the predator and prey populations run in a cycle and are linked to each other.

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Windy weather limited Lake Erie outings earlier in the week. For the walleye anglers that did get out, the bite was light. However, Barcelona anglers saw an uptick in walleye catches starting yesterday. West of the harbor, walleye schools are spread out between 60-115 feet of water (fow) and catches are coming from various depths. Leadcore with stickbaits has been a productive set-up. Worm harnesses are catching walleye too, but also many sheepshead and white bass. Depths of 60-80 feet are good starting points for Dunkirk trollers. Out of Buffalo, some of the bigger boats braved the waves and pulled some nice catches in 45-50 fow, near the international line. In that area, walleye are right at the bottom. Trolling worm harnesses was productive, but bottom bouncing has been a better tactic. Some good yellow perch catches

have been reported, but in most cases it took some searching to find a cooperative school. The area between Cattaraugus Creek and Sturgeon Point in 50-65 fow, continues to be the most productive zone. Emerald shiners fished on the bottom is a good bet, however some anglers report perch schools suspended off the bottom. Dunkirk anglers see modest perch catches outside the "perch buoy". Anglers target smallmouth bass in 20-35 fow from Barcelona to Buffalo. Smallmouth bass stick tight to structure, so good action can be found around reefs, rock piles and drop-offs. A drop-shot rig combined with crayfish, minnows, tube jigs or other plastic creature baits (especially round goby imitations) works well. Chautauqua Lake Anglers employ a couple different strategies when chasing muskellunge and both can be productive. Some anglers troll along weed edges, targeting musky that are waiting to ambush perch or sunfish.

Others troll in deeper water of 25-30 fow, targeting large musky that are suspended in the water column. Good trolling lures include perch pattern crankbaits, large jointed stickbaits, hot-n-tots and bucktail trolling spinners. Bass catches are common along weedlines or in open pockets within the weed beds. Productive methods include fishing with live bait (minnows, crayfish, leeches) outside the weed edge, dropping plastics or tube jigs in open pockets and retrieving weedless or topwater baits over submerged weeds. As always, yellow perch area available outside weed edges on small minnows. Upper Niagara River There have been varying reports from the Niagara River shore sites, depending on the day. At LaSalle Park, anglers report decent catches of smallmouth bass and yellow perch. Broderick Park anglers report a fair to good bite for black bass, rock bass and perch. On the northern tip of Squaw Island, perch and rock bass catches have

been good. Anglers at the foot of Ontario Street report fair to good catches of black bass, perch and rock bass. Live bait (minnows, crayfish and worms) is best. Most bass caught from shore have been sub-legal. Boaters target smallmouth bass outside of weedlines, often over a rocky bottom. Live crayfish work great for smallmouth bass. Anglers also target muskellunge along weed edges. Tonawanda Creek/Erie Barge Canal Tonawanda Creek and the Erie Barge Canal are good places to catch smallmouth bass. Besides bass, anglers can catch a number of other warmwater species such as rock bass, bluegill, pumpkinseed, northern pike, bullhead and channel catfish. Downstream of Route 277, multiple municipal parks offer shore access to Tonawanda Creek. Upstream of the confluence with the Erie Canal, Tonawanda Creek is best fished from a canoe or kayak. There is plentiful shore access to the Erie Canal east of Lockport. Inland Trout Streams

Low and clear conditions are the norm on the area trout streams. Water temperatures are still cool, but climb in the afternoon. Fishing early or late in the day is a good bet, especially on sunny days. There are only light hatches of isonychia, cahills and caddisflies happening. If no visible hatches are occurring, drifting nymphs (hare's ear, pheasant tail, golden stonefly) is a good bet. Fly anglers can also start to see surface action on terrestrials (ants, grasshoppers,beetles). Spinning anglers do well with worms, salted minnows and small inline spinners. If you are a catch and release angler and use spinners, it is a good idea to outfit your spinners with a single hook rather than a treble hook. If you need more fishing information or would like to contribute to the fishing report, please call or e-mail Mike Todd (716-851-7010; mttodd@ gw.dec.state.ny.us) or Jim Markham (716-366-0228; jlmarkha@gw.dec. state.ny.us). The fishing hotline can also be heard at (716) 679-ERIE or (716) 855-FISH.

entering the draft, and there were some early surprises. Players such as Waiters and Ross went higher than expected, while Robinson dropped to the Kings.

''I really didn't know where I was going to end up at, but it is a bit of a surprise,'' he said, tearing up when talking about his difficult journey that included the deaths

of multiple family members in college. ''I didn't work out for Sacramento at all, I probably talked to them about once. But I'm here, so I'm meant to be here.''

NBA DRAFT continued from pg 4 Drummond to Detroit, the Hornets rounded out the top 10 by taking Duke guard Austin Rivers with a pick they acquired in the Paul trade. Rivers hugged his father, Boston

coach Doc Rivers, who came to be with his family instead of with the Celtics, who owned two later firstround picks. Davis was the only clear-cut pick

CROSBY EXTENSION continued from pg 4 ing his lengthy battle with concussions despite rumblings about his commitment as his absence stretched from weeks to months. At one point the players all donned ''C''s on their practice jerseys as a sign of solidarity. The new deal means Crosby will be a part of the team's core until he's at least 37. ''In an era when players often move from team to team, it's gratifying to see a young man who is so committed to one city and one franchise,'' Penguins president and David Morehouse said. ''He's meant

so much to the Penguins, to the growth of youth hockey in Pittsburgh, and to the NHL and the game of hockey in general. It's a tremendous feeling to know he'll be here through 2025.'' Crosby was the best player in the world before taking head shots in consecutive games in January 2011 that forced him to sit out the rest of the 201011 season and an additional 60 games last winter. Center Evgeni Malkin blossomed in Crosby's absence, winning the MVP and the Art

ball tumble over the green and down an 8-foot slope. It looked as if it might be a two-shot swing for Van Pelt, or at least the lead going to the 17th. That's when Van Pelt answered with unforced errors of his own. His 6-iron was slightly heavy and didn't quite reach the bunker, meaning he had to plant his feet in the sand and grip the wedge on the shaft for his third shot. He moved it only a few yards, still in the collar of the rough, and chipped about 12 feet by the hole. Woods' chip up the slope rolled 15 feet by, and he missed the par putt. Van Pelt also missed his par Also in the stands were several putt, and they walked away heads of state. Italian Premier from that mess still tied for Mario Monti, along with other the lead. EU leaders, had said they ''It was difficult from the would not travel to Ukraine standpoint I had my legs in for the tournament because of the bunker, and if I hit that the politically tainted jailing of chip a little too hard it goes former Prime Minister Yulia over the green because you Tymoshenko. But that didn't can't put any spin on it,'' Van stop him from attending the Pelt said. ''I was just trying to final in Kiev. get the ball up in the air and play it out to the right a little Spanish Prime Minister bit and just got underneath Mariano Rajoy also attended it a little bit. And the second the match, and got to watch as his players celebrated with one, I thought I hit great. I was surprised it rolled that confetti and fireworks when far. And the putt, I mean, I've they lifted yet another major probably never hit a better trophy. ''I don't believe it,'' said Alba, putt than that in my life under those kind of circumstances. who has played only nine ''I pretty much hit every shot matches for Spain, ''but little the way I wanted to that hole, by little it is sinking in.'' just ended up being 6.'' Ross Trophy as the league's leading scorer in 2011-12. While the sublimely talented Malkin gives the Penguins one of the league's best one-two punches, there's no issue over who will have the final say in the dressing room. Crosby has 223 goals and 386 assists in his seven seasons, leading the NHL with 120 points in 2006-07 and 51 goals in 2009-10. He has added 90 points in 68 playoff games, including a league-high 15 goals during Pittsburgh's run to the 2009 Cup.

SPAIN WINS AGAIN continued from pg 4 ful through ball from Xavi and shooting past Buffon. ''The game was ours after the first goal, but the truth is that we played one heck of a game,'' Fabregas said. Italy's task was tough enough with 11 players, and it became impossible with only 10 after the 64th minute. All its substitutes were used when midfielder Thiago Motta, who had only been on the field for seven minutes, was taken off with an injury. Torres, who came on for Fabregas in the 75th minute, then added the third goal with a relatively easy finish and Mata really put the game away in the 88th, knocking in a pass from Torres.

''The second goal by Jordi hurt them, and then the third finished them off,'' said Casillas, who made a point-blank save on a shot from Antonio Di Natale at the start of the second half and twice tipped crosses out of danger just before the Italians could get their heads to the ball. With every save, and of course with every goal, the huge group of Spain supporters cheered and screamed. The red-shirted fans dominated one corner of the stadium, filling up more than six sections of the Olympic Stadium. On the opposite side, the blueclad Italians were far outnumbered, with dozens of empty yellow seats poking through the mass of supporters.

TIGER WOODS continued from pg 4 On the 17th, Van Pelt caught a flier from the first cut of rough and the ball shot over the green and near the grandstand, leaving him an impossible chip. He hit through the green and had to scramble to make bogey, and Woods took the outright lead for the third time all day — this time for good. He made a 6-foot par putt, taking a one-shot lead to the 18th, and played it to perfection. Woods has three wins, all of them in a different manner. He pulled away early at Bay Hill and played efficiently for a five-shot win; he rallied from four shots behind with an incredible chip-in late in the round and won the Memorial. This was a two-man duel he hasn't experienced in America since he was on the losing end to Y.E. Yang in the 2009 PGA Championship. One day after spectators were kept out of Congressional because of toppled trees and hundreds of limbs scattered about the course, they were as loud as ever. The marshals were back to work, collecting a half-dozen cell phones from fans who were caught taking pictures. Woods complained of a camera on his tee shot on the 16th, and having to back off his tee shot on the 17th because of another camera. That didn't happen on Saturday. ''As long as I won, I would be

OK,'' he said. In the final hour, it was clear this would come down to Woods and Van Pelt — one player with more than 70 career wins and another guy whose only official PGA Tour win came in Milwaukee, a tournament that no longer exists. On the golf course, they looked far more equal than their records indicate. Woods delivered a madefor-TV shot on the 12th hole when his tee shot left and close to a tree. He couldn't follow through without hitting the tree, and he warned the gallery that the 9-iron might snap in half. Instead, the shaft glanced off the tree and bowed at impact, while the shot sailed toward the flag and settled 30 feet away. Van Pelt was simply efficient. He twice missed birdie putts inside 15 feet, but he kept giving himself chances. In the end, all he made were mistakes, which rarely work against Woods. ''He's an amazing player,'' Van Pelt said. ''We've known each other a long time, probably 20 years. He's fun to play with. That's why you travel 30 weeks a year, why you get up in the morning and you the sacrifices that you do, to have the opportunity to play the best player in the world in the final round with a chance to win.''


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Insider By T.J. TOMASI BIRDIES AND BOGEYS

IT’S GOOD FOR YOUR GAME

TEEING OFF

Go with the flow

Teacher’s guidance aids learning process

The general stages you go through to learn golf are similar to other sports because all motor learning progresses by using the same nuts and bolts: (A) decide which movements you need to learn — setup, backswing, etc.; (B) choose the order in which to learn them; (C) mimic and reproduce each movement one at a time as perfectly as you can; (D) focus on the overall form of the swing (the pattern), which you repeat until all the pieces fall into the correct sequence. Subconscious sequencing is what your brain does for a living, so you don’t have to get involved beyond following the process outlined above. Thus the three key stages for you as a learner are from pieces to patterns to sequence. This fairly summarizes your journey from unconscious incompetence, where you don’t even know what swing pieces you need, to conscious incompetence, where you know the pieces you need, but don’t have them. Then you move to conscience competence, where you have learned each of the pieces but they lack a seamless sequence, to unconscious competence, where you can execute the whole swing pattern without thinking about the pieces. An 800-pound boulder teetering precariously at the top of the mountain has much potential energy waiting to be unleashed and can be ignited by the humblest of triggers — the nudge of a child’s hand can send it hurtling down the slope. It is the same with your golf swing. The trigger does not have to be powerful to create power. It merely needs ignition capability and then the sequence does the rest. In my experience, learners progress fastest when expert feedback is available at key junctures. This is called knowledge of performance, and it is where a good teacher comes in. Of course, it is possible to learn golf using only the feedback from your ball flight — “OK, I sliced it, so now I’m going to change something until I don’t slice it” — but this is a slippery slope. The chances are that before you figure it out, you’ll hit so many slices that, in effect, you’ve learned how to slice really well, making it much harder to change later on, even if you do find a good teacher. Takeaway: Find a teacher who understands how humans learn and has arranged his or her teaching model accordingly. Use the sequences outlined above as a template.

New sponsor

Nationwide is not on our side anymore, at least golf-wise. The company has dropped its sponsorship of the prep tour for the PGA Tour. The new sponsor is Web.com, for 10 years starting immediately. Web.com provides Internet services and marketing solutions to smalland medium-sized businesses.

As you swing back to the ball from the top, your ABOUT THE WRITER pelvis should be sliding toward the target because Dr. T.J. it leads the weight flow onto your front hip, then it Tomasi is a teaching fires toward the target. If you stop your core halfprofessional way to the ball, your swing sequence is disrupted, in Port St. and it becomes impossible to keep your hands Lucie, Fla. Visit his ahead of the clubhead, so you release the club early website at with a weak, slapping action. tjtomasi.com. You see this in golfers who “stop to hit,” but you don’t see it in good players, who keep their core moving through impact. Your golf swing is a system for moving force around. Once the flow is in motion, everything that is moving should keep on moving until it can move no more. How will you know if you keep everything moving in your swing? Make a video of your swing and look for two straight arms. Both Arms Straight There is only one time during the swing when both arms are straight, and that’s just after impact. It’s a key checkpoint you can use to determine the sequence and flow of your swing. It’s impossible to keep your arms fully extended if your core has not done its job. It’s a good idea to pose with both arms straight in the post-impact position with the butt of the club pointing at your belly button. Then make some swings in slow motion, concentrating on keeping everything moving.

Accurate rankings?

Tiger Woods won his third PGA Tour event of the season at the AT&T National, but failed to advance in the Official World Golf Ranking, remaining in fourth place. In 2011, Tiger won his first tournament in two years, the Chevron World Challenge, a friendly gettogether of 17 of his friends invited to play with no cut in his own silly season event, and he jumped 31 spots from No. 52 in the world rankings to No. 21. And that event didn’t even count as official on any tour, including the PGA Tour. So go figure. We need a new world ranking model.

He’s back

Yes, he’s won three tournaments so far this year, and he’s risen from No. 52 in the world to No. 4. Oh, and he just passed Jack Nicklaus in total PGA Tour wins, but the real harbinger of Tiger’s return is not heralded by all this. It was a tiny happening that took place at the post-tournament interview of runner-up Bo Van Pelt. For five hours last Sunday, Van Pelt battled Tiger mano a mano, and yet, of the 13 questions Bo was asked post-round, nine of them were about Tiger. That’s a telltale sign that Tiger mania is back. QUOTE OF THE WEEK

“It’s not how good your good shots are; it’s how good your bad shots are.” This player is older, bigger and stronger, but much shorter off the tee than the younger play to the right because his pelvis sputters through the ball.

ASK THE PRO

Notice how far this younger, smaller and weaker player’s pelvis has moved toward the target just before impact. That’s why he’s much longer off the tee than the player to the left.

— David Feherty, who was a very good player back in the day.

BOOKS

Give yourself a break “Golfing Machine” engineers the game Q: My wife tells me I’m very hard on myself and get all down when I’m playing bad. I hate playing bad, so how can I be OK when I’m not playing well? — B.D. A: Nobody likes playing poorly, but it sounds like you need a new perspective. I’ll repeat what your wife has probably told you: One of the initial keys to enjoying golf is to stop judging yourself as “good” or “bad” based on how you play that day. Give yourself a break. You don’t think any less of an individual, friend or foe, if he blows a shot or a round. The problem is that our culture is very success- and performance-oriented. Our accomplishments give us pleasure, so in turn, our failures bring us down. The key in golf is to be at your best when things are at their worst. Anyone can be at their best when things are going great. (To Ask the Pro a question about golf, email him at: pblion@aol.com.)

There is no disputing the difficulty of reading “The Golfing Machine” by Homer Kelly, but at the same time, there is no disputing the accuracy of the content, either. Because he was trained as an engineer, Homer Kelly uses technical phrases and confusing terminology that only clutter the landscape — which is a shame, for there is a lot of good information in this book. Kelly breaks down the word “golf” itself into an acronym — G.O.L.F., for “Geometrically Oriented Linear Force.” And therein lies the gist of his whole book. He talks about G.O.L.F. as having two basic elements: the geometry of the circle and the physics of rotation. The geometric aspects of Kelly’s concepts are expressed in three basic imperatives of the swing: (1) a “flat” left wrist (for right-handers) at impact; (2) a clubhead lag pressure point at impact (the club shaft “leaning forward”); and (3) a

straight plane line (the tilted arc on which the club travels during the swing). There are three basic ways of applying force to the ball: “hitting” (like Arnold Palmer), “swinging” (like Annika Sorenstam), or a combination of both (like Tiger Woods). The book doesn’t favor one method over another since the author believes there are many ways to swing a club. “This book can support individual ‘MY way’ procedures,” Kelly says, “but no ‘THE way.’ The book’s technical approach and the maze of multiple-page references embedded in every paragraph make it almost impossible to finish one page without turning to another for a clarification. But many top teachers have acknowledged its influence, including David Leadbetter, Mac O’Grady and Jim McLean. “The Golfing Machine” can help you build a swing if you can find a translator or are of a technical bent yourself.

WHAT SCIENCE SAYS

EQUIPMENT

Value of mental rehearsal

Shaft flex must match swing speed

In my book “The 30-Second Golf Swing,” I devote an entire chapter to the power of mental imaging. Here is a quote from the book: “The fact that the central nervous system (the brain and the spinal cord) cannot tell the difference between a perfectly imagined event and a real one is documented in certain everyday experiences. Eastern European coaches pioneered the mental imagery technique of training their athletes to image their performance before their competitions. The results showed that the athlete was using 90 percent of the muscles in his perfectly imagined ski run that he would have used if he had been skiing for real.” I wrote this 12 years ago, when no one knew how it worked. Today, research suggests that many of the same neural networks used when

Where and how much your shaft flexes throughout your swing determines the flight of your golf ball. Your golf shaft deflection point is where the shaft bends most. The lower it’s located on the shaft, the higher the ball will fly. Conversely, flex points that are closer to the grip produce a lower trajectory. High swing-speed players do best with a high kick point, nearer the grip. Slower speeds do well with a low kick point, nearer the clubhead. The amount the golf club flexes toward and away from the target as it

you actually do something are used when you imagine doing something. Research done by Jeffrey S. Rossa, M.D., used golfers to test the power of imagery. He and his colleagues at The Cleveland Clinic Foundation produced a number of interesting findings about the brains of golfers who were learning the game using mental rehearsal. “A key assumption of this research,” says Rossa, “is that mental rehearsal is somehow analogous to the motor planning that occurs with natural movements performed without thought.” Takeaway: Science says you can make changes in the physical pathway devoted to a particular skill by using mental imaging or, said another way, you can “be there, do that” without having “been there and done that.”

GOLF SPOKEN HERE

Chili dip

swings increases as you lengthen the shaft, and so does the bowing down toward the ground called clubhead droop. Of course, both of these flexes (up/down and back/forth) affect the position of the clubface at impact, making the correct flex a key to both distance and direction. Generally, most players play with a shaft that is too stiff, and therefore must work too hard to get the clubface square at impact. If your shots are flying low and to the right, check your shaft flex before you make a swing change.

Also called “hitting it fat.” Usually a short pitch or chip shot around the green where you hit the ground before the ball. It’s caused most often by trying to get under the ball to get it into the air.

Copyright 2012 Universal Uclick. (800) 255-6734. *For release the week of July 2, 2012.


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VINTAGE PAINTING Woman playing piano. reasonable 716-488-9094

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June 29-30,July 1 weather permitting,9am to ? 428 Winsor St. To many items to mention. 716-720-5552

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etworks usually welcome a little bit of friendly competition. Once a new series premise is developed, other networks tend to take the idea, tweak it a little bit, and launch it on a different station. Such was the case of “Pawn Stars” vs. “Hardcore Pawn,” “Wife Swap” vs. “Trading Spouses,” and “Hoarders” vs. “Hoarding: Buried Alive.” “American Idol” on Fox was followed by NBC’s “The Voice,” and Fox’s “Hell’s Kitchen” led to “Top Chef” on Bravo. Even “The View” and “The Talk” are often lumped together, though they have different discussions and guests. “Big Brother” starts Season 14 on Thursday, July 12, on CBS. There are several reality shows that put strangers in a new environment and make them compete against each other for a variety of prizes. But every once in a while, someone gets their toes stepped on, and the lawyers are called in. CBS launched “Big Brother” in 2000, putting a group of strangers into a house that is fully equipped with video and sound equipment, recording their every move and conversation. Between Head of Household competitions (which are usually based on physical endurance) and in-house alliances,

Julie Chen returns to host Season 14 of “Big Brother” the houseguests are gradually evicted one by one, until only one is left standing. Houseguests compete for $500,000. Back in June, ABC premiered a series called “The Glass House.” It features 14 people who’ve never met as they live in a house made entirely out of glass, with cameras and microphones capturing everything. The fate of the contestants is entirely in the hands of the viewers, who control every elimination and detail by voting online. The winner will take home $250,000. If you think those two ideas are quite similar, you’re not the only one. In May, CBS sent a letter to ABC president Anne Sweeney informing her that if ABC goes ahead with airing “The Glass House,” CBS would take legal action. And since the ABC series premiered on June 18, there will likely be more legal recourse. According to the documentation filed by the eye network on May

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cting is a tough gig. Good actors are masters of memorizing their lines and the nuances and inflections of every word they say. They’re aware of the movements of their bodies and the expressions on their faces. It isn’t easy, but imagine pulling this off without a script -- and with only one take to get it spot-on. This is what improvisational actors have mastered. Improvisational acting, usually shortened to “improv,” is simply acting without a script and with minimal time to prepare -- often just a few seconds. On Tuesday, July 10, masters of the craft take to the screen to act out memorable moments from celebrities’ lives in the premiere of ABC’s new improv comedy show, “Trust Us With Your Life.” The premiere will feature two back-toback new episodes, with guest stars Serena Williams and Jack and Kelly Osbourne, respectively. The first thing that probably jumps to mind for most TV watchers whenever improv is mentioned is the American version of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”. Based on the British show of the same name (which itself began as a radio show in 1987), ABC’s “Whose Line” was the face of improvisational comedy for many Americans during its run from 1998 to 2006, and afterwards through syndication. These days, it’s drawn a significant cult following on the Internet. On “Whose Line,” four experienced improv actors played out crazy situations and scenes, often based on suggestions from the studio audience. The format was fast and loose, with host Drew Carey

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Wayne Brady, Jonathan Mangum and Colin Mochrie with guest performer Brad Sherwood as seen in “Trust Us With Your Life” cheeky. Laughter, it’s safe to say, laughing along with the audience will be an integral part of the mix. at the antics the actors got up to Among the celebs ready and on stage. willing to share some of their most In a lot of ways, “Trust Us With Your Life” looks like a spiritual suc- intimate (and, hopefully, hilarious) memories are David Hasselhoff, cessor to “Whose Line,” and comJerry Springer, Jane Seymour and parisons will no doubt be drawn comedian Ricky Gervais. between the two. Not only is it anBrady is a TV improv veteran, other improv comedy show, but having been one of the regular actwo of the main actors from tors starring in “Whose Line Is It “Whose Line,” Wayne Brady and Anyway?”. He built a reputation Colin Mochrie, will be up on stage on that show for having a sweetmaking us laugh all over again as-honey singing voice, and for bewith their improvised humour. ing able to come up with song lyrWhere “Trust Us” differs, ics on the spot in practically any though, is in its format. “Whose style. He’s been keeping busy since Line Is It Anyway?” played like a “Whose Line” was cancelled, hostcrazy game show, with the actors ing his own variety and talk show performing in bizarre games. With (“The Wayne Brady Show” on “Trust Us,” each episode will feaABC), a game show (Fox’s “Don’t ture a special guest celebrity who Forget The Lyrics!”) and is currently will reminisce about key moments in his or her life, after which the tal- hosting “Let’s Make a Deal” on CBS. ented improvisers will act out Joining Brady on the stage is his these just-described scenes. The tone isn’t meant to be hard-hitting; former “Whose Line” co-star Mochrie. The Scottish-Canadian actor rather, it aims to be funny and

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Lopez is the youngest of the group at the age of 24, and she has been working as a model since she was 18. Her parents divorced when she was a kid, so she has high expectations for the men she’ll meet because she doesn’t want her relationship to end the same way. As a devout Baptist, she is also insisting that her partner share her religious beliefs. COACHING THE GLEEKS: Fans of Fox’s “Glee” can’t seem to get enough of the musical comedy. While the series is on hiatus for the summer, they can look forward to seeing some of the show’s biggest stars act as mentors in upcoming episodes of Oxygen’s “The Glee Project.” The cabler recently announced that series stars Jane Lynch, Amber Riley and Chris Colfer will make guest appearances to coach the competitors. Also, “Glee” star Darren Criss will return to “The Glee Project” for his third stint as a mentor. “The Glee Project” launched last summer as a reality competi-

lagged behind the other major networks in producing a unique matchmaking reality series, but that’s all about to change. Later this month, it will debut a new dating show that will turn three unknown women into household names as they support each other through their separate quests to find love. The network recently announced the cast of “3,” which will premiere on Sunday, July 22, and it will feature April Francis, Rachel Harley and Libby Lopez. Based on a popular reality series from Israel, “3” will show how the women give each other advice as they narrow down their choices from nearly 100 men. Francis, 29, runs Chicago’s Haute Closet fashion service. She also created the city’s Dose Market and consults for high-end spas. However, this businesswoman would rather dedicate herself to being a wife and mother and is looking for a man who is ready for marriage. At 34, Harley is the oldest of the three women and certainly has a story to tell. She has two children and lost her husband to cancer in 2010, so any suitor will have to be comfortable with the fact that she’s a widow April Francis who already has a as seen in “3” family.

tion series that boasted a unique prize: a guest role on the hit Fox series. Season 2 got off to a strong start last month, but the episodes featuring the “Glee” cast members will certainly prove useful to the contestants, since each episode will be tied to their characters. Lynch, who plays Sue Sylvester, will kick off the celebrity appearances on Tuesday, July 17, to teach the competitors to gain more confidence and battle their jitters in an episode titled “Fearlessness.” On Tuesday, July 31, Riley will channel her character, Mercedes Jones, in the “Tenacity” episode to encourage the contestants to let their individuality shine. Criss’s return as a mentor will air on Tuesday, Aug. 7, in the “Romanticality” episode. Since his character, Blaine Anderson, first joined the show as a love interest for Kurt, it seems appropriate that he’ll return to “The Glee Project” to teach the hopefuls how to act in romantic scenes. Finally, Colfer will appear in the Aug. 21 episode called “GLEE-ality.” His character, Kurt Hummel, was the show’s first openly gay persona -- a move that earned him acclaim but also stirred controversy. He’ll talk to the hopefuls about how they can best fit in at McKinley High among the other characters. SHEDDING DISNEY IMAGE: If Ashley Tisdale is hoping to leave her child-star image behind, it’s safe to say she’s found the perfect

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role to make that happen. The actress, who has steadily been cast in child or teen roles despite the fact that she just turned 27 last week, will play a highpriced escort in a two-episode arc for FX’s “Sons of Anarchy.” According to “The Hollywood Reporter,” her tempting character, Emma Jean, will cause problems for the club. Her appearance in the hit biker drama will be featured early on in the series’ upcoming fifth season, which is scheduled to begin in September. Tisdale did guest roles on television for many years before landing the role of Sharpay Evans in Disney’s “High School Musical” film

franchise. She also played Maddie Fitzpatrick in “The Suite Life of Zack and Cody” and Savannah Monroe in “Hellcats.” Currently, she has a leading voice role as Candace Flynn in the hit animated series “Phineas and Ferb.” However, she’s made a push recently to break out of this youthful fare to take on more adult projects, and her upcoming appearance on “Sons of Anarchy” is just a part of that. Just before the guest role was announced, she was cast in a lead role for “Scary Movie 5.” Also, through her company Blondie Girl Productions, she is executive producing Bravo’s new unscripted show “Miss Advised.”

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a third consecutive year. Meanwhile, Granderson is again putting up eye-popping stats, showing that last year’s break-out season was no fluke. Hamilton started the season on a historic pace but he’s shown his human side in recent weeks. A key piece to the most potent offense in the AL, Hamilton may be the best all-around player in the game today. From the National League, Joey Votto is doing a fine Josh Hamilton impression. The Cincinnati first baseman has been tearing the cover off the ball while putting up numbers that have many drawing comparisons to Babe Ruth. All-Star games are often an offensive showcase, but it’s impossible to ignore the first half of the season that Mets starting pitcher R.A. Dickey has had. The 37-yearold knuckleballer has been unhittable to this point, going over a month from May to June without conceding an earned run. It will be interesting to see how opposing batters handle knuckleball on the all-star stage. (1:00)

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July 6 - 12, 2012 • 7

Fridayhighlights The Revolution (7.1) (7) WKBW

2:00 p.m.

Fashion expert Tim Gunn and his fellow co-hosts share their tips and tools one last time as they bid farewell. The freshman daytime series, which covered everything from health to style to the environment, has been cancelled due to low ratings.

Say Yes to the Dress (34) TLC

9:00 p.m.

Back-to-back episodes shine a spotlight on wedding drama. First up, Taylor brings her fiance to help her find a dream dress, while Brandi seeks her fiance’s approval. Lela isn’t sure what she wants and Christiane worries she won’t find anything.

Tim Gunn, co-host of “The Revolution”

Valley Motorsports 2 x 2”

Blue Bloods

Louisiana Lockdown

(4.1) (4) WIVB (10) CFTO (35.1)

(49) APL

(17) WSEE

10:00 p.m.

Frank finds himself in a difficult situation after a supporter of the mayor is found dead and the mayor requests he call it a random act of violence in this repeat. Grammy winners Tony Bennett and Carrie Underwood guest star as themselves.

Cameras go inside a unique prison where inmates may earn the privilege to raise animals. In this premiere, a K-9 unit sets out at night on a manhunt. Also, one inmate tries to work his way out of the disciplinary unit and another prisoner plans a wedding.

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8 • July 6 - 12, 2012

Familyhighlights

Friday (23) DISN

aimed at preschoolers. The fun begins with this live-action series featuring arts, crafts and recipes for families to enjoy together. Other series include “The Wiggles,” “Pajaminals” and “LazyTown.”

7:00 p.m.

Austin and Ally

Austin’s good intentions get him into trouble during his first radio interview. When he decides to give Ally the credit she deserves for her songs, the DJ invites them to come back and perform live on the radio.

Saturday (49) APL

9:00 p.m.

Bad Dog!

Get a look at some more of the naughtiest pets on the planet in this new episode. One downand-dirty beagle rocks the very foundation of a family by dig-

Laura Marano and Ross Lynch star in “Austin and Ally”

ging under the house. Also, meet a cat burglar that steals fish from the freezer.

Sunday (2.1) (2) WGRZ

12:00 p.m.

Noodle and Doodle

NBC launches a new Saturday morning programming block

Monday (46) FAM

9:00 p.m.

Bunheads

Needing some distance from her mother-in-law, Michelle tries out a new living arrangement. When the Joffrey Ballet threatens to move summer program auditions to another city because of the lacklustre studio, Fanny is beside herself.

Tuesday (23) DISN

11:00 a.m.

Camp Rock

Rock into summer with the Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato as Disney presents this original film, followed this evening by its sequel, “Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam.” When a pop star overhears someone singing, he sets out to find the source of the beautiful voice.

Wednesday (46) FAM

9:00 p.m.

Beverly Hills Nannies

Find out what it’s really like to be a nanny in one of the most famous zip codes in the country

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in this new docu-series. Both male and female nannies take tantrums in stride as they organize play dates and cater to over-the-top parental demands.

Thursday (60) HALL

12:30 p.m.

Petkeeping With Marc Morrone Animal lovers young and old will enjoy this special “baby pets” edition. Marc Morrone shares tips on dealing with puppies, kittens and other brandnew baby pets. In this enlightening series, Morrone and other experts talk about proper pet care.

JULY 7, 2012 9:30

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TVMA Walking Dead "Days Gone Bye" TVPG (:05) Dead "Guts" TVPG (:10) Walking Dead TVPG (:15) Dead TVPG  Hillbilly Hand TVPG Dogs 101 TVPG Dogs 101 TVPG Bad Dog! TVPG Bad Dog! TVPG Bad Dog! TVPG Bad Dog! TVPG Bad Dog! TVPG Comedy /(:15)   A Night at the Roxbury TV14 (:15)   Extract ('09) Jason Bateman. TVMA (:15)   Beverly Hills Cop ('84) Eddie Murphy. TVM   Clueless Alicia Silverstone. TV14  Paid Paid MythBusters TVPG MythBusters TVPG MythBusters TVPG MythBusters TVPG MythBusters TVPG MythBusters TVPG MythBusters TVPG Mickey M. Jake Phineas Phineas GravityFalls Fish Hooks Fish Hooks A.N.T. Farm Wizards Wizards GoodLuck GoodLuck Austin/ Ally Shake It Up Jessie Jessie Breakfast at W. (L) Tennis ITF Wimbledon Women's Final Site: All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club Wimbledon, England (L) ~ TVG Bowling Bowling Bowling Bowling Melissa Melissa Melissa   Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl TV14   Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets ('02) Daniel Radcliffe. TVPG  Best Thing Big Bite Mex.Easy Pioneer Paula Dinner Barefoot Giada Chopped TVG Cupcake Wars TVG Food Network Star TVG Sweet Genius 7:  The Taking of Pelham 123 TVMA Met-Mother Met-Mother M-Mother M-Mother M-Mother Two 1/2... Two 1/2... Two 1/2... Two 1/2...   Spider-Man 2 ('04) Tobey Maguire. TV14    The Parent Trap ('61) Hayley Mills. TVG   The Parent Trap ('61) Hayley Mills. TVG   The Parent Trap ('98) Lindsay Lohan. TVPG  Rehab Rehab Property Property The Ultimate Crash TVPG Crashers Crashers Crashers Crashers Elbow Million $ Property Brothers TVPG Property Brothers TVPG Anc. Discovery TVPG Anc. Discovery TVPG Extreme Marksmen TVPG Sniper "Deadliest Missions" TV14 Sniper "Inside the Crosshairs" Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Christine Christine  Double Wedding ('10) Tia Mowry. TVPG   I Do (But I Don't) ('04) Denise Richards. 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July 6 - 12, 2012 • 9

Saturdayhighlights Wimbledon (7.1) (7) WKBW

3:00 p.m.

Maddenford Spring & Auto 2 x 2”

ABC brings tennis fans all of the action from the high stakes women’s singles final from at Wimbledon. Considered the crown jewel of the sport, Wimbledon is the oldest tennis tournament and the only one still played on grass courts.

NYC 22 (4.1) (4) WIVB (35.1) (17) WSEE

9:00 p.m.

Valvo's 2 x 2”

When robbers hold up a bar, off-duty cops Yoda, Tonya, Ahmad and Apple are trapped inside. During the incident, Ahmad must make a quick decision, believing Apple is in danger.

Adam Goldberg stars in “NYC 22”

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4:30

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(3:00) Golf USGA U.S. Women's Open Round 3 Site: Blackwolf Run Kohler, Wis. (L) ~ TVG Steves' Motorweek Woodsmith Hometime Europe TVG TVG Shop TVG TVG (3:00) Golf PGA The Greenbrier Classic Round 3 Site: The Old White House Greenbrier Resort (L) ~ TVG Paid ~ TVPG Paid ~ TVPG Big Bang The Big Theory TV14 Bang TVPG Show Jumping Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup Site: Spruce Meadows Calgary, Alta. (L) ~ TVG (3:00) Tennis ITF Wimbledon Women's Singles Final Site: All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club ~ TVG eTalk TVG App Central Movie eTalk TVPG TVG Night TV14 Access Hollywood TMZ TV14 Weekend TVPG (3:00) Golf PGA The Greenbrier Classic Round 3 Site: The Old White House Greenbrier Resort (L) ~ TVG   Taxi ('04) Queen Latifah. TV14

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America's Got Talent Law & Order: S.V.U. The Firm "Chapter Channel 2 Sat. Night "Strange Beauty" TV14 Twenty One" (N) TV14 TV14 News ~ TVG Live TV14  Doc Martin "The Holly Inspector Morse "Greeks Bearing Gifts" TVPG Masterpiece Mystery! Bears a Prickle" TVPG "Endeavour" TVPG  NYC 22 "Self Cleaning NYC 22 "Crossing the 48 Hours Mystery "The News 4 at Universe Oven" (N) TV14 Rubicon" (N) TV14 Killing Fields" TVPG 11 ~ TVG TVPG  Two and Two and Baseball MLB New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox Site: Fenway Park Boston, The Big The Big The Finder "The Half TVPG Half TVPG Mass. (L) ~ TVG Bang TVPG Bang TV14 Inheritance" TVPG CBC News: Marketp- Short Film Faceoff (N) the fifth estate "Escape Winnipeg Comedy Fest Calgary Stampede Rangeland Derby & Rodeo Wrap Toronto lace From Justice" Up Calgary, Alberta ~ TVG "Misfortune Tellers" Eyewitness ABC World Paid ~ TVPG Paid ~ TVPG Ext. 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By Adam Thomlison TV Media Q: One of the band members in “Wayne’s World” looks like Brendan Fraser in his “George of the Jungle” days. Is it him? A: “Wayne’s World” was filled with long-haired, rock ‘n’ roll types -- including, of course, Wayne himself -- so it’s hard to say for sure which one you’re referring to. But it wasn’t Brendan Fraser. That said, the confusion’s understandable -- as you point out, quite a few of Fraser’s early successes involved him sporting the unkempt mane of hair that has long been a rock music hallmark. The 1997 comedy “George of the Jungle” certainly does come to mind, but another obvious link would be the 1994 hit “Airheads,” in which he actually plays the

leader of a band that goes to comically excessive lengths to get his tape on the radio. However, the members of Crucial Taunt, the fictional band led by Tia Carrere in “Wayne’s World” (1992), were actual musicians, though one moonlighted as an actor as well. And as mentioned earlier, it’s hard to say for sure, but he’s likely the one you’re referring to. George Foster, the guitarist with straight hair (and thus a closer resemblance to Fraser) appeared in both the first “Wayne’s World” and its sequel, “Wayne’s World 2,” released the following year. That same year (1993), he also appeared as a musician in the bigscreen remake of “The Beverly Hillbillies.” He also played the lead in the 2001 indie picture “Killer Me,” and both acted in and wrote

music for the 2002 indie “Schizophrenic.” Q: Is Gene Hackman still working? A: No, but fans still hope. He never made an official announcement. The closest he came was in a rare interview on CNN’s “Larry King Live” in July 2004, when King asked him if he was working on a new film. “No, it’s probably all over.” This was said pretty lightly, and he went on to joke about such an offhand comment being his big retirement announcement, but it has nonetheless proven true. He was on the show promoting a novel he’d co-authored with Daniel Lenihan called “Justice for None,” however his film “Welcome to Mooseport,” a comedy he starred in opposite “Everybody

Loves Raymond” star Ray Romano, had been released a few months prior. It has since become his final film, so far. Eight years is a long stretch for the prolific actor, who’s almost never gone more than a year or two between releases. That said, fans can draw some hope from the fact that he never said outright that he’d decided never to act again. Indeed, he joked to King that, “if you have a script, I’ll read it.” But these days he’s doing less reading and more writing. “Justice for None” was actually his second book, a followup to his 1999 novel “Wake of the Perdido Star,” also co-written with Lenihan. The two also wrote another, 2008’s “Escape From Andersonville,” and Hackman set out on his own to write “Payback at Morning Peak”

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Sundayhighlights British Grand Prix (29.1) (5) WUTV

12:00 p.m.

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The best of the best gather across the pond for the British Grand Prix, featuring some of the most famous F1 drivers in the world. Held in Silverstone, England, the event is one of the sport’s longest-running worldchampionship races.

Talking Dead (40) AMC

9:00 p.m.

As “The Walking Dead” fans gear up for its return, host Chris Hardwick gives them a sneak peek at Season 3. Hardwick also speaks with the show’s executive producers and celebrity fans, and reveals a code fans can use to win a walk-on role.

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Mondayhighlights Good Afternoon America (7.1) (7) WKBW

2:00 p.m.

Lara Spencer and Josh Elliott co-host this new afternoon program featuring celebrity news and musical performances. The co-hosts also bring viewers lifestyle, health and consumer information.

American Ninja Warrior (2.1) (2) WGRZ

Lara Spencer and Josh Elliott host “Good Afternoon America”

Precision Transport 2 x 2”

Cake Boss

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The top finishers from the regional finals head to Las Vegas to take on the ultimate challenge -- a four-stage course modelled after Japan’s Mount Midoriyama course. Tonight, the competitors tackle Stage 1.

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Perception

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The movie “Ice Age” inspires a frosty cake complete with a pirate ship that floats. Later, a birthday cake presents a real challenge for Buddy when he sets out to create a confection that works as a real elevator.

Eric McCormack stars as Daniel Pierce, a brilliant neuroscience professor who’s recruited by the FBI to help them solve difficult cases. Diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia, Pierce struggles with hallucinations.

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July 6 - 12, 2012 • 13

Tuesdayhighlights NY Med (7.1) (7) WKBW

10:00 p.m.

Cameras follow the medical professionals who work at New York’s renowned Columbia and Weill Cornell hospitals. The new series captures the real-life drama as elite surgeons such as Dr. Anthony Watkins and Dr. Mehmet Oz strive to save lives.

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285Z

10:00 p.m.

The competition gets hairy as three crafters are challenged to create spectacular pet mansions using pet toys. Tori Spelling, an avid crafter herself, hosts the series, which follows crafters as they go head-to-head in two rounds of challenges.

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14 • July 6 - 12, 2012

Wednesdayhighlights So You Think You Can Dance

Royal Pains

(29.1) (5) WUTV (10) CFTO

When Hank treats a passionate matchmaker, she is determined to set both Hank and Divya up. Evan is busy trying to get a grip on the overcrowded HankMed 2.0, and Paige’s plans for a small kick-off party end up being anything but small.

8:00 p.m.

The live performance shows kick off as the top 20 finalists are paired up to show off their skills in this episode. The dancers who don’t perform as well as the others will have to perform solo routines next week to stay in the competition.

America’s Got Talent (2.1) (2) WGRZ

9:00 p.m.

Host Nick Cannon announces which of the four acts from last night’s installment will move on as one of the top 24 acts left in the competition in this special live episode.

Judy Greer and Mark Feuerstein star in “Royal Pains”

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Final Witness (7.1) (7) WKBW

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July 6 - 12, 2012 • 15

Thursdayhighlights Saving Hope

Cajun Justice

(2.1) (2) WGRZ (10) CFTO

(28) A&E

9:00 p.m.

When an injured man arrives at the hospital, he appears to be in a hypnotic state and can’t remember his identity. The hypnotist is called in and tries to use his psychic abilities to connect with Charlie and Alex.

Shrimpers aren’t keen on interference from the authorities, but an incident aboard a shrimping vessel prompts Sgt. Dudley Authement to call in the SWAT team. Deputy Tom Arnold confronts two boys who are setting traps for a big prize.

Rookie Blue

DUI

(7.1) (7) WKBW

10:00 p.m.

(34) TLC

When Andy and Swarek respond to a noise complaint at an illegal warehouse party, they come to the aid of a homeless man who’s been stabbed. The evidence leads them to an unexpected material witness -Oliver Shaw’s daughter, Izzy.

Jacob Lirrette as seen in “Cajun Justice”

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Back-to-back new episodes present a cautionary tale for viewers as cameras chronicle what happens to those driving under the influence. Unfortunately for Chancellor, his payday celebration ends with an arrest.

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July 5, 2012 Chautauqua Star  

The July 5, 2012 edition of the Chautauqua Star

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