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July 2011 Volume 10 Issue 7

Mark Your Calendar! Bright Choices Insurance Seminars Chamber of Commerce Jamestown Office 512 Falconer Street Tuesday, July 12th 5:30pm Dunkirk Office 10785 Bennett Road Wednesday, July 13th 5:30pm

July Networking Mixer Chautauqua County Fair Grounds Dunkirk, NY Thursday, July 21st 5:00-6:30pm

Getting Results from Social Networking FREE training program for Chamber members Wednesday, July 27 8:00-9:30am SUNY Fredonia Technology Incubator 214 Central Avenue, Dunkirk NY

Annual Chamber Golf Tournament Thursday, September 1 Tri-County Country Club 540 Route 39, Forestville, NY Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce ■■■

10785 Bennett Road Dunkirk NY 14048 716-366-6200


512 Falconer Street Jamestown NY 14701 716-484-1101

Tranum Discusses Insurance Reform With Officials in Albany The Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce and Manufacturers Association advocates for 1,200 businesses in Chautauqua County representing over 20,000 employees. The Chamber advocates at the local, state and federal level. Recently Todd Tranum, Pr esi dent / CEO of the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce met with officials in Albany. ―I had the opportunity to meet with the Governor‘s office and the Insurance Department to discuss health care reform,‖ stated Tranum. ―The conversation focused on the insurance exchanges, how to make them work effectively for businesses, how they can play a role in containing costs and the role of business Assemblyman Andrew Goodell with Chamber/MAST associations in the exchange President/CEO Todd Tranum on the floor of the model.‖ State Assembly in Albany The Chautauqua County had the opportunity to discuss some Chamber of Commerce has produced a white paper on the topic of specific legislation being discussed in insurance exchanges that has been the Assembly as well as bills that widely shared with Chambers, elected Andy is sponsoring or co-sponsoring, leaders and the New York State particularly relating to unemployment Insurance Department. To see a copy insurance reforms and other critical of this document you can go to i s su e s f or l o c al bu s i n e ss es . These types of interactions are good Assemblyman Goodell‘s experience examples of the value that the as County Executive and in the private Chamber brings back to its members sector brings a unique perspective to in Chautauqua County through Albany. He has a lot of good ideas advocacy work at the state and federal that can help create an improved level. business environment in Chautauqua In addition, Tranum met with County.‖ Assemblyman Andrew Goodell. ―We

Community Foundation Helps Promote Chautauqua County As part of its branding campaign to promote Chautauqua County as the World‘s Learning Center, the Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau has developed a new brochure entitled 20 Ways to Learn on Vacation. Made possible by a Community Service Grant from the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation, the brochure details the variety of vacation learning experiences you can find in Chautauqua County. Grant funds were used to produce a two-year supply of the brochure designed locally by Kellogg Design and printed by Falconer Printing and Design. The brochure wil l be di stri but ed throughout the Chautauqua region and through tourism brochure racks from Niagara to Pittsburgh. ―Enticing visitors to Chautauqua County and the residents of our region to come out and learn more about our

surroundings is very important,‖ said Randy Sweeney, Executive Director, Chautauqua Region Community Foundation. ―That is why we were pleased to be able to help support the printing of the Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau‘s new 20 Ways to Learn on Vacation brochure.‖ CCVB Executive Director Andrew Nixon said, ―The brochure is a visual representation of what is meant by Chautauqua County—The World‘s Learning Center. It conveys 20 different themes of leisure learning activities, built from the amenities that have made our area famous for decades.‖ For more information on What to Learn on vacation in Chautauqua County, visit the Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau‘s website at or contact CCVB at 1-866-908-4569.

Bemus Bay Pops Prepares for a Grand Season

June Diethrick, Operations Officer with the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation, and Andrew Nixon, Executive Director for the Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau present the new tourism brochure, 20 Ways to Learn on Vacation, outside the Robert H. Jackson Center

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Summer 2011 will be the most eventful season the Bemus Bay Pops has put together since its inception thirteen years ago. Independence Day weekend is highlighted with a Tribute to Elton John and Billy Joel on July 2nd, a Tribute to the Blooz Brothers on July 3rd, and a sensational tribute to Kiss on the 4th of July culminating with Fireworks over Chautauqua Lake. A special Bicentennial Bemus Point Stow Ferry Celebration will be held July 9th with Mark Twain and Friends. Proceeds will go to keep the historic ferry afloat. Popular events being continued this year include the free movies series presented by M & T Bank, Praise on the Lake with contemporary worship services by the Bemus Point United Methodist Church, and Chautauqua Lake Idol organized by Media One Group radio station SE-93. New to Idol this year will be Chautauqua Junior Idol, with eleven local high pg 2

schools sending talented vocalists to participate in a non-competitive entertainment showcase. Also new this year is a floating platform, featuring a 2011 Camero convertible from Shults Auto Group which will be raffled off to benefit the WCA Capital Campaign. Bemus Bay Pops is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping our communities to grow culturally and economically while providing funfilled family entertainment on beautiful Lake Chautauqua.. All performances are family friendly and provide quality entertainment for all ages. All events on the Floating Stage have preferred seating. Proceeds from ticket sales help provide continues Pops programming. Tickets can be purchased at the Italian Fisherman, the box office at Jamestown Savings Bank Arena, or on -line at The Voice

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July 4—Chautauqua County Fourth of July Celebration in Mayville*** July 7—Clear Blue Skies at Lakeside Park, Mayville** July 8-10— Stow Ferry Celebration in Bemus Point*** July 14—Eclipse, Lakeside Park, Mayville** July 16 - Ashville Day in Ashville*** July 16-17—Art in the Woods, Jamestown Audubon Center* July 21—Chamber Networking Mixer at the County Fair Grounds July 21—23 Skidoo at the Village Green, Mayville** July 23—Bicentennial Ball 611:30pm, Bemus Point*** July 24—World Series of Cars, Bergman Park, Jamestown* July 28—Jackson Rohm at Lakeside Park, Mayville** July 25-31— Chautauqua County Fair, Dunkirk Fairgrounds*** *Events coordinated by the DJDC or partner organizations

**Entertainment in the Park series by the Mayville/Chautauqua Chamber ***Chautauqua County Bicentennial Celebration Events July 2011

Mancuso Service Center Carwash Ribbon Cutting

Chamber Helps Kick Off Music on the Pier The skies turned cloudy, but the storm held off for the first City of Dunkirk Music on the Pier event of the summer season on June 16th. Over 1,000 people turned out for the concert, sponsored by the Dunkirk Community Chamber of Commerce. A complimentary VIP tent with tables and chairs, and free pizza from Campi‘s Pizza, was provided for Chamber of Commerce members and their guests. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tilley won the gift basket raffle drawing from Merritt Estate Winery, which was presented by Stephanie Pulvino the President of the Dunkirk Community Chamber of Commerce. 52nd St, a tribute to Billy Joel and Captain Fantastic and the Rocketband, the premier Elton John Tribute band, put on an outstanding performance.

Stephanie Pulvino, Dunkirk Community Chamber President, Sportscaster Van Miller, and Van's wife Gloria at Dunkirk’s Music on the Pier

Making a special guest appearance at the VIP tent was legendary Western New York sportscaster Van Miller, who was in town for his annual Van Miller Golf Tournament held the following day at Shorewood Country Club. Mr. Miller took pictures and signed autographs for fans and was even spotted dancing.

Anniversary Celebration: 40 Years and Still ‘Driven to Keep You Driving’ The Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce and local officials were on hand to help mark a very special milestone for a local business. At the northernmost part of our county lies a local business that has clearly built a solid foundation. Jim White‘s Truck and Auto Center in Irving is celebrating 40 years of continued service to the community. Owner Jim White began selling cars in 1971 with his brother at ‗White Brothers‘ in Sheridan, New York. After some success, Jim took what knowledge and expertise he had gained to Irving, opening what was then called ―Jim White‘s Used Cars.‖ ―His slogan when he first started was ‗An Honest Deal from and Honest Dealer,‖ said Jim White‘s son, Richard White, who is now the firms‘ manager. Apparently the slogan has become a business model, since the company now known as Jim White‘s Truck and Auto Center is now a large used car dealership with a service guarantee. July 2011

―We offer a new first time buyer program, which requires you to only have been at your current job for six months,‖ said Richard White. ―We have over a dozen lenders providing a full spectrum of financing alternatives with flexible payment and down payment options.‖ Jim White‘s Truck and Auto Center has also made the advancement to become a fully usable online resource with their web site, As a Carfax Advantage Dealer, their site features great options to fully check out the cars without even having to leave your living room. They have also introduced staff and new specials through a Facebook page. Jim White‘s Truck and Auto Center is open Monday through Thursday from 9 am to 8 pm, Fridays from 9 am to 6 pm and Saturdays from 9 am to 4 pm. For information phone 716-934-3580. The Voice

Saturday, May 28. Family, Friends and patrons gathered at Mancuso Service Center to celebrate the official ribbon cutting for their new Automatic Car Wash and Detail Center. There was free food for all including hot dogs and pizza along with KIX Country 95.5 and the sun made a special appearance in between the clouds. Four Generations were represented making this a truly family owned and operated business while Shelley (Mother),Tony (Father), and (Son) Tony Jr. and Regina his wife run the day to day operations. On hand to perform the Ceremony were members of the Fredonia and County Chamber of Commerce supplying the giant scissors operated by Fredonia Mayor Stephen Keefe. Located at 242 E Main Street Fredonia for 57 years the Mancuso‘s have been a key member of the business community and to show their appreciation lowered the price of gas for the day well below the national average. Other services offered by the Mancuso Family and their wonderful staff are towing, full service auto repair, kerosene, propane, and inspections. For more information you may call them at 716-679-0816 during regular hours or 24 hours 716679-0800 and check out their website at .

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Welcome New Members Welcome to our newest members as they join the ever expanding network of businesses and organizations across Chautauqua County.

Berry Plastics Corporation Manufacturer-Injection Molding 3565 Chadwick Drive Dunkirk, NY 14048 Phone: 716-363-8715 Cassadaga Job Corps Academy Employment Service & Training 8115 Glasgow Road Cassadaga, NY 14718 Phone: 716-595-4200

Schuyler's Country Kitchen Restaurants 4477 West Fairmount Avenue Lakewood, NY 14750 Phone: 716-526-4233 Sew What Missy Sewing & Monograms 8784 Hahn Road Fredonia, NY 14063 Phone: 716-785-0810

Geiben Bros., Inc. Financial Consultants 6509 Tonawanda Creek Road Lockport, NY 14094 Phone: 864-280-1680

Six Baer's Gift Shoppe Retail/Gift Shop 37 East Main Street Panama, NY 14767 Phone: 859-221-3757

Great Day Energy 24 Lakeview Avenue Lakewood, NY 14750 Phone: 716-763-3100

Springleaf Financial Services Financial & Investment Services 707 Fairmount Avenue Jamestown, NY 14701 Phone: 716-661-9326

Larson-Timko Funeral Home Funeral Homes 20 Central Avenue Fredonia, NY 14063 Phone: 716-679-9000

Thru The Grapevine Travel Travel 11487 Walnut Road Silver Creek, NY 14136 Phone: 716-934-2518

Lundberg Law Offices Attorneys/Legal 202 West Fourth Street PO Box 579 Jamestown, NY 14701 Phone: 716-664-2346

Woodbury Vineyards, Inc. Winery 3215 South Roberts Road Fredonia, NY 14063 Phone: 330-351-4601

Michael Lahood, MD, PC Optometry/Ophthalmology 749 Central Avenue Dunkirk, NY 14048 Phone: 716-366-6300 Pella Windows & Doors Door, Window, Glass Sales & Installation 181 East Fairmount Avenue Lakewood, NY 14750 Phone: 716-708-8945

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Check Out This Month’s Inserts… ■ Chamber Mixer at the Fair ■ Chamber Golf Tournament ■ Bright Choices Health Insurance Seminars ■ Go Social Training

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Member News Aspire to Hold Aspiring Artists Art on Ice Celebration Aspire will partner with the Jamestown Savings Bank Arena to present the ―coolest event of the summer‖ - the 2nd Annual Aspiring Artists Art on Ice Celebration, Friday, July 22nd from 59pm. Nearly 250 guests will taste local wines, micro-brews and culinary delights while enjoying live music from Aspire‘s band, Universal Mind. Throughout the evening attendees have the opportunity to lace up their skates for a few turns on the arena ice just steps from their table (FREE skate rentals are provided). Aspire of Western New York, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides a broad range of services to people with developmental and other disabilities. The main focus of the event is to celebrate the extraordinary talent of the many artists who participate in Aspire‘s iXpress Program and the evening culminates in a live auction of their most accomplished works. All net proceeds from the event support Aspire‘s iXpress Program. This event is made possible through the generosity of KeyBank, Chautauqua Mall, Ellicottville Brewing Company West, Fenton Mobility Products, The Italian Fisherman, Johnson Estate Winery, Liberty Vineyards, Merritt Estate Winery, Roberto‘s at the Ironstone, Southern Tier Brewing Company, Starbucks, and Wing City Grille. For more information, contact Michael Holley at 505-5512 or visit Aspire‘s website at

■■■ Audubon’s Art In the Woods Features New Artists In addition to the return of many regional and nationally acclaimed artists who have been a part of the Jamestown nature art festivals for many years, planners for the Audubon Center and Sanctuary‘s fourth annual Art in the Woods art show and sale are excited about the new artists that will be participating. ―We have some great new artists this year,‖ organizer and exhibiting photographer Bill Smith said of the July 16 and 17 event. ―Not only do they July 2011

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represent a variety of disciplines, but their works are very distinct from each other.‖ Among the new presenters will be photographers David Reade and Jennifer Schlick, jewelers Holly Butryn and Gary Melius, fiber artist Lyn Harris, animal artist Jennifer Schwartz, gourd and colored pencil artist Jody Neugebauer, and painters Jennifer Miller, Margaret Pardy and Jim Wonderling. Details of their work and links to their websites can be found at In addition to the artists‘ booths, the weekend festival will feature live musical and theater performances, artists‘ demonstrations, children‘s workshops, a great variety of delicious food, and much more.

“Wilderness Calls” by Photographer David Reade, one of the artists showcasing his work at the Audubon Center and Sanctuary’s 4th Annual Art in the Woods show and sale July 16-17

Art in the Woods will be held at The Audubon Center and Sanctuary is at 1600 Riverside Road from 10-6 Saturday, July 16 and from 10-5 Sunday, July 17. In addition to the art show and sale there will be children‘s activities, live entertainment, food and fun. The cost is $5, and children 12 and under are free. For more information call 716-469-2345 or visit


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Member News ...continued from page 5 Additional Audubon Center Events T he Au d u b o n C e n t er a n d Sanctuary has a number of events scheduled for July. All will be held at the Center, 1600 Riverside Road off of Route 62 between Jamestown and Warren. Saturday, July 9, 2011, 10amnoon, Little Explorers/Nature Detectives: Children aged 3 to 8 attend with a favorite grownup to learn about the natural world. $5 for Aud ubon members; $7 non members. Reservations required by Thursday, July 7. Walk-ins may be accepted, but might not be able to participate in craft and/or snack. Sunday-Thursday, July 10-14, Art in the Wild, 2-4:30 pm Sun., 6-8:30 pm Mon-Thurs. Learn the art of Andy Goldsworthy and build an outdoor art installation for viewing during July 16-17 Art in the Woods! Thursday, July 14, 2011, 6:30-9 pm, Jamestown Audubon Photography Club: Project Time 6:30 -7; business meeting and program, 79. Free to members, $5 for nonmembers. For more information visit or call 716-569-2345.

■■■ Babe Ruth World Series Seeks Host Families/National Anthem Singers The Jamestown Babe Ruth World Series committee is still in need of Host Families for the Babe Ruth World Series to be held August 2027th, 2011. This will be the 15th time the Jamestown World Series Committee has hosted a World Series since 1980. This year‘s tournament will involve players aged 13-15 who will be competing for the title of World Series Champion. We are in need of roughly 30 additional families who are willing to share their lives and their homes with these boys in an effort to make memories that last a lifetime. pg 6

There are still a few remaining spots for Hostesses. These are girls ages 13-15 who will serve as ―ambassadors‖ and friends to the teams. Each girl must be at every game her team plays in and be a part of the World Series experience. In addition, the Babe Ruth World Series Committee is looking for individuals interested in singing The National Anthem before games. If you are interested in being a Host Family, call Pat Ohl at 716-484-1298 or Kathy McMaster at 716-488-0928 or email For information about being a Hostess or singing before any of the 25 World Series games, contact Kim Ecklund at or 716-664 -0405.

JBC Focus Group participants Matt HamiltonKraft, Chautauqua Opportunities, Inc.; Elisabeth Rankin, Assemblyman Goodell’s Office; and Larry Senn, WCA Hospital

Cha ut a uqua PT Presents Fa ll Prevention Seminar The next in a series of Helping You Help Yourself Free Seminars presented by Chautauqua Physical & Occupational Therapy is titled "Finding your Balance to Prevent a Fall.‖ Falls are a leading cause of decline in older adults and their ability to live independently. Preventing a fall is clearly the key. Many feel they have no control over whether or not they fall, however, this is simply not correct. Research shows that a physical therapy evaluation can have a huge impact on preventing a fall. Increasing one's balance through basic exercises that can be done at home are effective ways to have a positive impact along with some simple adjustments to one's home environment. The event is free and open to the public but space is limited. Light refreshments will be served. A Tai Chi demonstration by Sam McLean will be included. Call 488-2322 to reserve your seat. Chautauqua Physical & Occupational Therapy is celebrating 15 years in our community and is located in the Riverwalk Center, 15 South Main Street, Suite 220, Jamestown.

community leaders volunteered to participate in a focus group highlighting leadership traits. Their discussion was designed to glean information from those who are already leaders themselves and to capture ―best practices‖ in an effort to create the strongest program possible for participants. JBC President, David Conklin, was pleased with the response from local business, education, and government groups. He said, ―We are fortunate to have so many people within our community who have an interest and willingness to help with this leadership initiative. In the end, it will be the participating students who will benefit from the considerable bank of knowledge and ideas that the focus group generated.‖ Leadership Launch, which is endorsed by Senator Catharine Young, is designed to provide high school seniors in Chautauqua County with an opportunity to enhance their leadership skills. High school teachers and counselors will be receiving further information and program nomination forms in the near future. Jamestown Business College offers business-focused Associate and Bachelor degrees and certificate programs that include targeted professional development activities. For more information call 7166 6 4 - 5 1 0 0 o r v i s i t



Leadership, Youth Focus of JBC Discussion Group In preparation for the fall 2011 start of Jamestown Business College‘s (JBC) new high school leadership program – Leadership Launch with Senator Catharine Young – a group of local

GA Children’s Home Invites Former O rpha nag e Residents to 1 25 t h Anniversary Celebration Gustavus Adolphus (GA) Family Services of Jamestown is looking to reconnect with individuals who lived in the Children‘s Home in past years. GA


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Family Services will celebrate 125 years of service to children, youth and families on August 4, 2011, at which time they will unveil the newest members of their ‗Wall of Fame‘. ―We will be honoring the past, enjoying the present and planning for our future,‖ said Karl Wiggins, Vice President for GA Family Services. ―Former residents and staff are invited to participate in this joyous occasion.‖ ―We are asking former residents to submit a brief biography,‖ Wiggins added. ―Inductees will be selected based on life accomplishments, community involvement, and inspiration and hope for the youth we serve today.‖ GA Family Services is a specialized treatment program for youth and their families who are in need of care. Programming includes; therapeutic foster care, community outreach, a residential program, a learning center, medical and clinical services, supervised independent living and group homes. To learn more or to obtain a biography questionnaire, log onto or call the GA Family Services office at 716-665-2116.

Sandberg Kessler – Chautauqua County’s Only A & E Firm Sandberg Kessler Architecture & Engineering, P.C., Chautauqua County‘s only integrated design firm, has been creating successful projects from its Jamestown headquarters since 1991. John Filhaber, P.E., a principal of the practice, said recently, ―Most design firms in Western New York are either architectural firms OR engineering firms. Sandberg Kessler has combined both of these disciplines under the roof of the historic Smith-Darrah House.‖

■■■ LSS to Hold Free EPIC Seminars Lutheran Social Services will sponsor free seminars for seniors on upcoming changes to the EPIC (Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage) Program – a New York State program that helps seniors pay for their prescription drugs by providing secondary coverage. The seminars will be conducted by Gabby Dotterweich, NYS EPIC & NYP$ Outreach Representative. These seminars are open to the community. They will all be held Friday, July 1st at the following times and locations in Jamestown: ■ 9am - Ernest G. Anderson Tower, 8 Crane Street 484-2401 ■ 10:30am - Covenant Manor 23 West Third Street 483-3350 ■ 12:30pm - Rosch Center, LSS Campus, Aldren Avenue 665-2680 ■ 2pm - Steven B. Carlson Tower 842 N. Main Street 483-2596

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Cattaraugus Health & Wellness Center, Irving, NY—a project by Sandberg Kessler

Sandberg Kessler has an in-house mechanical/electrical engineering team designing plumbing, fire-protection, heating/ventilating/air -conditioning, lighting, power distribution, lightning protection, security and voice/video/data systems. The firm regularly consults with firms specializing in the disciplines of hazar d o u s materi als, str uct ural engineering and site design. The sixteen-person firm has adopted new, cutting-edge Building Information Modeling (BIM) software called Revit® that utilizes three-dimensional objects such as walls, floors, roofs, structure, windows, doors and mechanical/electrical systems allowing design changes made in one area to be simultaneously reflected in other parts of the design. Ron Kessler, another principal, summarized the advantage of an integrated architectural/engineering firm, ―We improved project delivery and response time since our engineers are The Voice

totally dedicated to our client‘s projects. Our clients like the fact that, by working with an integrated A&E firm, they have a single point of project design responsibility.‖ Interested property owners and facility managers are invited to consult the firm‘s website or call Steve Sandberg at 716-483-3153.

■■■ YMCA Offers Summer Promotion The Jamestown Area YMCAs are offering a summer membership special at the Jamestown and Lakewood branches. A youth/young adult monthly membership is $30; adult $45; single parent family $50; married couple $61 and family $66. The rates will be effective through August 31, 2011. All memberships include access to both facilities, babysitting, aerobics, Cycle Hollyloft, water exercise, the use of the nautilus/cardiovascular/free weight center, gyms, swimming pools, walking and running tracks, active older adult programs, and the Jamestown YMCA teen center. The YMCA also accepts the several insurance company plans to assist with membership or program needs. For more information contact Scott Mekus, membership and marketing director, at 716-664-2802, ext. 236 or visit

■■■ YMCA to Hold Babysitting Clinic The Jamestown YMCA announces the next date has been set for the YMCA babysitting clinic for boys and girls, ages 11-16. The clinic will be held on Saturday, July 9, 2011 from 9am-3pm at the Jamestown YMCA. The clinic will instruct participants about the responsibilities involved in caring for younger children including child development, safety, emergency response, and more. The clinic is taught by experienced instructors who have knowledge in child development, health and overall care of children. Participants should bring a baby doll and a brown bag lunch. Register in person or online at, at least 1 week prior to the event. Space is limited. Contact Ronda Piazza, Child Care Executive, at 716-664-2802 ext. 222.

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Shopping for Health Insurance? Call the Chamber Today To learn more about the Chamber’s Bright Choices™ affordable health insurance plans, please contact Greg Krauza, Director of Member Development, at 716-484-1101 or 716-366-6200 or e-mail Greg at or visit to learn more about the variety of plan options!

Join us at the Fair! Chamber of Commerce Networking Mixer at the

Chautauqua County Fair Grounds Thursday, July 21st 5:00—6:30pm ■ ■ ■ ■

Build business contacts Have fun and win prizes Learn about our local assets Enjoy the sites and tastes of the fair

Cost: $8 Pre-registered, $10 Walk-in To register, please call the Chamber at: 716-484-1101 or 716-366-6200 or visit

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Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce Sponsored By: ■ ■ ■

DFT Communications Fredonia Place Nestle Purina

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Robo The Observer The Post-Journal

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Urban Engineers WDOE/KIX 96

It’s Time for Your Business to

Go Social The Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce presents

Getting Results from Social Networking a FREE training program for Chamber members

Wednesday, July 27, 2011 8:00am—9:30am SUNY Fredonia Technology Incubator 214 Central Avenue, Dunkirk NY Local Social Networking Companies SellingHive and Textivia will lead Chamber members through the creation of a social media strategy that produces results. FREE EVENT! To register please call the Chamber of Commerce at: 716-484-1101 or 716-366-6200 or visit Presented by the

Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce 10785 Bennett Road, Dunkirk NY 14048 716-366-6200 512 Falconer Street, Jamestown NY 14701 716-484-1101 Leading Businesses. Leading Communities.™

Do you have questions, or need information on

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benefit exchange has led to cost containment for employers and more choices for employees.

Attend a free, no-obligation, information seminar to learn more! In Jamestown

In Dunkirk

July 12—Aug 9 5:30—6:00pm presentation

July 13—Aug 10


plus question & answer time

Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce 512 Falconer Street, Jamestown


5:30-6:00pm presentation plus question & answer time

Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce 10785 Bennett Road, Dunkirk

TO REGISTER Call Erin Andersen at 484-1101 or 366-6200 or email This seminar is available to both members and non-members. Walk-ins are welcome.

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PLEASE PRINT names of golfers

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Golf Tournament Registration Form

Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce

This event is sponsored by: Gold Level Sponsors DFT/Netsync The OBSERVER The Post Journal

Silver Level Sponsors CCIDA Cott Foods Community Bank Fredonia Place Lakeshore Savings Bank Lawley Tradition Agency NRG Dunkirk Power LLC Petri Baking Products, Inc. Stearns & Wheeler

10785 Bennett Road, Dunkirk, NY 14048 Phone: 716-366-6200 ■ Fax: 716-366-4276

512 Falconer Street, Jamestown, NY 14701 Phone: 716-484-1101 ■ Fax: 716-487-0785

Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce

Leading Businesses. Leading Communities.™

Annual Golf Tournament Thursday, September 1, 2011

Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce

Leading Businesses. Leading Communities.™

Tri-County Country Club 540 Route 39 Forestville, NY



Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce

Shotgun Start Four Person Scramble - Best Ball

Annual Golf Tournament

Cost per person: Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce Leading Business. Leading Comminutes. ™

Annual Golf Tournament

Includes 18 holes of golf, cart and greens fee, tee gift, picnic lunch, and buffet dinner $150 Chamber members $175 Non-members $30 Dinner only - bring a guest!

Schedule: 9:30 a.m. Registration 11:00 a.m. Shotgun start ** Lunch will be served on the course ** 5:00 p.m. Cocktail Hour 6:00 p.m. Dinner

Tri-County Country Club 540 Route 39 Forestville, NY Thursday, September 1, 2011 Register on-line at or complete and return the attached registration form Registration deadline: Wednesday, August 24

Thursday, September 1, 2011 ___________________________________ Contact Name

___________________________________ Company

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_____ Chamber members at $150 each = ________

You’ll be playing for the $1280 Purse Payable in Shop Chautauqua County Gift Checks 1st - $125 per player 2nd - $75 per player 3rd - $50 per player 4th - $40 per player

Ladies - Special Purse $30 to the players of the best scoring team with at least one woman in it

_____ Non-members at $175 each

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_____ Dinners only at $30 each

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List golfer names on reverse side Registration Deadline: Wednesday, August 24th Return registration with payment to:

Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce

Golfers Special For $20, receive 2 Mulligan's, Raffle Tickets, and a chance for a 50/50 drawing

A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Tom Baressi Scholarship Fund through the Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation.

10785 Bennett Road Dunkirk, NY 14048 or 512 Falconer Street Jamestown, NY 14701 or register online at Make checks payable to: Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce

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