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DECEMBER 14 - 20 , 2017 VOLUME 2 ISSUE 50
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Upcoming Events Dec. 15 Kissing Bridge Opening Day Dec. 15 Holiday Diva by Diva Springville Center for the Arts Dec. 15 Community Christmas Party Emerling CDJR Now-Jan. 1 Jozwiak’s Mill Street Light Show Dec. 29 Late Night Great Night Kissing Bridge Dec. 31 New Year’s Eve Celebration and Torchlight Parade Kissing Bridge
Jozwiak’s Light Show Continues to Shine Bright
By Rich Place
For Jim Jozwiak, his abundantly decorated front yard and house are about much more than just a collection of lights community members experience each holiday season. It’s about community. It’s about helping those in need. And it’s about his own life’s journey, most notably in the last couple years. As surely as Christmas falls on Dec. 25, area residents annually can expect to see Jozwiak’s home — deemed Jozwiak’s Mill Street Light Show — decorated with thousands of lights synced to holiday music for a spectacular show. And through this weekend, visitors can donate food items to local pantries via a collection box at the front of the display.
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Jozwiak first started going above and beyond traditional Christmas light decorating in 2005, when a handful of light displays were synced together from
music played on a speaker. The display has grown annually in the dozen years since, most notably in 2009 by his purchase of a Light-O-Rama display with
as the Erie County Legislature’s Citizen of the Month for December 2017 in recognition of his
contributions to the greater Concord community. “Gary and I have worked very well together for many years and it is an honor to recognize him for his numerous contributions. While he will certainly be missed around Concord Town Hall, I trust he will continue to be heavily involved in improving the community,” said Mills. “Best wishes to Gary in the next chapters of his life and many thanks to him for his many years of service. Congratulations to Gary on this much-deserved
recognition.” Eppolito was honored at the Dec. 7 Legislative session, where he was presented with a proclamation recognizing him as the Citizen of the Month. He was joined by his wife, Carol. He served in public office for nearly 24 years, beginning his public service career in 1979 as a member of the Village of Springville Zoning Board of Appeals. In 1994, he took office as a Village of Springville trustee and was elected Springville
upper story over the dining room of their home. In November in Glenwood, the weekly report tells how Thomas Wiley and his wife entertained about 20 of their relatives from out of town in the honor of their 50th anniversary. In West Valley, the Ladies Aid Society and the I O O F provided flowers for a funeral that was held there.
Other areas that submitted reports were East Concord, Thomas Corner, East Otto, East Ashford, Gaylord’s Corner, Holland, Ashford, North Ashford, Wyandale, Hakes Bridge, Marshfield, Pleasant Valley and Matteson. In return, who ever submitted the article to the newspaper got the paper for free. Because of these great weekly articles, we can
follow our forefathers and see what they did and where they went—a treasure for a genealogist. The Griffith Institute even put in weekly articles of events, including basketball game scores, boys’ and girls’ game (the GI girls’ basketball team was awesome that year!), track team, debate club, plays, honor roll for the month,
High School concert SES PTA shoe drive
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Legislator Mills Names Eppolito December Citizen of the Month
16 channels and an FM transmitter. Now visitors are able to watch the show from their cars by tuning in to 90.5FM.
Erie County Legislator John J. Mills (left) presents Concord Supervisor Gary Eppolito with a certificate recognizing him as Erie County Legislature’s Citizen of the Month for 2017.
Erie County Legislator John J. Mills recently named retiring Concord Supervisor Gary Eppolito
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A Look Back: Springville 1910 By Jolene Hawkins
In 1910, Springville was a popular place with many stores and businesses. There was C T Winner, who seemed to have it all— coats, suits, skirts, furs, dry goods, groceries, flour and he delivered as well— F H Frubus, a grocery store; H D Smith, general merchant; J S Wheeler, clothing merchant; and R B Waite, proprietor of the Antidolar Manufacturing Co. Other businesses included F Schweizer, B L Bensley , Springville Canning Factory, J S Wheeler & Son, Jones Hardware, H H Bury & Co, A L Pingrey, E F Hammond, Choice Groceries and E S Crandall variety store. Each little town would submit a report each week of what went on in their
town, who came to visit, who had a baby, who died, and any events that happened. On March 30 in Sardinia, couples attended a dance at the Sardinia House, and Arthur Hopkins moved to a farm on Middle Road. In April in Boston, Mr. Asa Doty was a butter maker in Boston Creamery and had gone to Portland, and the Weber family built a
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Unique Gift Holiday Concerts Giving By Jennifer Weber
Here we are in the middle of December. How did the time go by so fast? While out around town checking off those last minute gifts for loved ones at local shops... • Office exchange? Cheap Chollies candy cane filled of mini liquor bottles. Check! • Sister/favorite cousin? Lulu Belle’s has that scarf you had an eye on and maybe that pretty bracelet that matches too just waiting for you. Check! • Grandparents? Oh yeah, there was that lovely rustic sign at Springville Hardware and Homewear that will look amazing in the entryway. Check! But what about that something for that someone, that hard to buy someone. That someone you swear every year you will find a unique and different and off the beaten path, personal gift for? Right on the corner of the 219, check out Granny’s Boot Antiques, home of Grevpode Gallery located at 10761 Miller Road, Springville where a unique treasure is just waiting for you. Granny’s specializes in primitive rustic antiques and art but has a little bit of everything you can ever imagine. Baskets, sewing stands, masks, a seat made from a canoe. Or how about a Didgeridoo, an Australian wind instrument, for that hard to buy for someone? Original art from local artists include wooden sculptures of animals and flowers, there’s also more traditional artwork on canvas and other folk art and paper art. And if the selection is just too delicious and eclectic to choose from, there’s always a gift certificate option, in any denomination you choose. For more information and hours of operation, visit www.grannysbootantiques.com. Gowanda Harley-Davidson, located at 2535 Gowanda Zoar Road, Gowanda, has much more than just big toys. Although how magical would it be to find a motorcycle next to the tree with a big red bow? Ah, to dream. Shane Steward, GHD Marketing Manager says one of their most popular new products in their Made in America Store includes a Jack Daniels tin sign for $40. “I also recommend case knives, they are a great stocking stuffer and a must for Harley-Davidson lovers,” he said. And for those looking for a more practical gift, why not a bottle of Diamond Finish. “This stuff is great! It’s a one-step clean polish and protect kit for all surfaces,” Steward said. Other items in store include Gowanda HarleyDavidson 70th Anniversary commemorative gifts including T-shirts and poker chips, coffee mugs, barware, men, women and children apparel, ceramic hog banks, snow globes, ornaments, Santa hats and Christmas stockings (including logo ones with sequins!) For more information and hours of operation (and the opportunity to shop for items online!) visit www. gowandaharley.com. Chaffee Chick Design, located at 9715 Main Street in Machias (near Lime Lake), is a relatively new print and gift shop featuring everything from art supplies to paper, stuffed animals to garden flags, figurines to decals, and even marshmallow shooters! One popular item is the All About Me! books for kids. What started out as a gift for her nieces and nephews is now a favorite book on Chaffee Chick Design’s shelves. The store owner, Angela Wojcik, created this book and is teaming up with G. A. Foster Services by donating $2 from every book sold now through Christmas to the local foster care agency. Priced at only $5, these books are completely written, printed, produced and sold at Chaffee Chick Design. Who can resist a 12”x48” long cardstock banner draped on the dining room table, inviting you to color in the outlines of the letters? “Greeting cards are nice,” explains Wojcik, “and I have those here too, but this is so much more fun! A banner is a big way to present someone with something special. I bet the person who receives it will hold on to it for a while.” And where else can you get one for only $5? For more information and hours of operation, visit www.chaffeechickdesign.com.
This time of year, I’m happy to see all the snow. While it may be a challenge to drive in at times, it certainly is beautiful and adds to the holiday season. My husband plows, so it keeps him busy. And it means it’s time for winter sports! I learned to ski at Kissing Bridge when I was in high school. My then-boyfriend, who is now my husband, was an instructor there, and he spent hours with me on the bunny hill, skiing backwards down the hill holding my skis together until I could make it down on my own. After that, I spent many days and nights there with my friends. Now, my family and I make it a point to go skiing almost every week throughout the winter months. In Springville, we’re lucky to have KB in our backyard. How many towns in WNY can say that? In no time at all, you can be on the slopes and still be home in plenty of time to get ready for the next day. KB opens for the season on Friday (read all about it on page 3!), and all this natural snow is sure to make for some great conditions, not to mention scenery! And if you’re not a skier or snowboarder, there are still plenty of fun activities to be had this season. Be sure to check out all the local events in the pages of this issue. - Alicia Dziak, Editor, Springville Times
ECS Seeks Compensation to Aid in WVCS Pre-annexation Study By Rich Place
On Monday, the West Valley School Board discussed potential avenues to obtain information from the Ellicottville Central School District so West Valley can proceed with a pre-annexation study. The discussion was spurred after Ellicottville school officials requested financial compensation for its staff to assemble data for the study. Information was requested recently from Ellicottville — as well as the Springville-Griffith Institute School District — for the pre-annexation study being conducted by Castallo & Silky LLC Education Consultants, which West Valley chose in late October. West Valley School Board president Stephen Kowalski said he, along with vice president Kimberly Cizdziel and superintendent Eric Lawton, met Nov. 30 with Ellicottville superintendent Bob Miller and three of its school board members about the study. At its November meeting, Ellicottville School Board members had expressed desire for such a meeting to obtain a better understanding of the study’s purpose. At the Monday meeting, Lawton paraphrased an email he received from Miller, stating information from Ellicottville pertaining to the financial implications
of an annexation would be provided if two Ellicottville school employees would be paid to gather the information outside regular school hours. Miller on Tuesday confirmed the email, and stated, “we did, indeed, ask West Valley to pay staff that had to work extra hours to assemble information.” He also noted the request was for a maximum of $350 per person. “Basically what they said is that they were willing to participate but they felt the time to do it was precious and their people had a lot of work to do just to get through what they are doing,” Lawton said. “If we are willing to pay them to come in on a Saturday and gather the information, they would do that for us.” Kowalski said it’s a “really, really gray area” for the school district to pay Ellicottville directly, but it was suggested Lawton talk to officials at Castallo & Silky and, if the cost is not included in the overall study, it be added as a contract modification. However, both Kowalski and Cizdziel noted what they felt was a lack of interest overall in the study from Ellicottville school officials present at that Nov. 30 meeting. “They were really clear and adamant that they were not interested when we met
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with them,” Cizdziel said. “I get that, but I was in meetings with them two years ago when they were extremely adamant that they were interested,” added Brad Frank, another West Valley board member. “So I think things can swing both directions.” It was also suggested the district could use the Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) to obtain some of the information from Ellicottville, but Lawton said West Valley would not get a lot of information it’s looking for. Lawton also suggested researching ECS’s school website to obtain some of the information. Lawton also expressed his concern over potentially paying Ellicottville to obtain the information for the study after already obtaining the information from Springville. “That’s kind of a slap in the face to Springville in my mind, too, in a way, because they gathered it all and had it to us in the first meeting,” he told the board. Three members of the public spoke during the public comment period of the meeting including John Zerfas, who also spoke to the Ellicottville School Board at its meeting last Tuesday. On Monday, he expressed frustration to the West Valley School Board over the lack of discussion about the pre-annexation
study at public forums. He was elected in November to serve as a councilman on the Ellicottville Town Board but lives in the West Valley School District. Bill Heim, a business owner in the community and member of the Ashford Town Board, spoke up about the impact school taxes have on local businesses. “I’ve talked to every business person here, and to me, common sense tells me this school should have been gone five years ago,” he said. “I don’t know the nuts and bolts of how you are going to do that, but I do know it’s got to go. We can’t support it.” In other business, it was announced Frank was resigning from the school board due to military obligations, Kowalski said. A board consensus was reached to leave the seat open until a May election, given the spot was already scheduled to be up for election with his term ending at the conclusion of the school year. The school board also approved the Class of 2018’s senior trip to Clearwater, Fla. following a presentation by three class officers. The class will spend June 16 to 21 on the trip before returning for commencement rehearsal on June 22 and commencement on June 23.
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The wait is over for skiers and riders! Kissing Bridge will be opening for the season on Friday, Dec. 15 at noon. The beginner area and Holly will be welcoming snowsports enthusiasts from 12 to 10 p.m., with $25 unlimited tickets. (Please note that no lessons will be offered that day.) On Saturday, Dec. 16, normal hours of operation
will start, with Dawn Patrol at 8 a.m., and lessons will be offered. Take advantage of 11 Days of Christmas specials that include $45 – Unlimited Weekend Tickets, $25 – Unlimited Weekday Tickets and $25 Night Tickets now through Christmas. Night skiing begins at 3 p.m. MondaySaturday and at 2 p.m. on Sunday.
This season brings many improvements to KB. One that guests will immediately notice is the new entrance to the Central Area’s ticket center, and the carpeted interior of the lodge. KB merchandise will now be for sale at the ticket center. There is also a new children’s center, located just across from the ticket center entrance.
Other improvements include expanded terrain on the beginner’s slope, which now gives newbies a basic slope and an intermediate run to work with, and the Holly chair has been resurfaced. Visit www.kbski.com for more info.
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“And it’s also nice to have somebody in my life that enjoys doing this, too,” he added about Conrad. “We kind of made it our show this year. The show is part of the community, it’s part of my wife who passed away and it’s part of Esther and I. This show has so many different meanings and things in the show have different symbols.” Jozwiak said he and Conrad spent about four weekends in the fall in his heated garage, getting things ready to be set up. He estimated there were about 1,400 bulbs the pair had to replace to get all the lights operational again for this upcoming winter season. “It was funny because (Esther) said she had never,
ever changed a Christmas light before,” Jozwiak said with a laugh. He said he estimates there are about 4,000 more lights this year than last year and he continues to add more LED lights for better energy efficiency. After all, he said, he’s bordering on having to go to a commercial electrical service in the winter. Because Conrad loves to decorate, the pair changed a handful of items around in the front yard. Some colors were changed and some deer were moved, for example. With a knowledge of electric — he has experience with construction — and a computer program similar to the one he uses for TNT Sound Systems, getting
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Light Show Last year, Jozwiak’s wife passed away and, with Christmas being her favorite holiday, the light show was in jeopardy. But instead, the light show has taken on a whole new meaning, most recently with the help of a new friend, Esther Conrad, whom Jozwiak met at the end of last winter. A light show that Jozwiak said he started for his wife now includes her memory by way of a lit-up cross. In a sense, she’s now part of the display. “The lights, to me, have different meanings,” he said. “One of them is in memory of my wife. The other thing is, of course, the food drive. That’s important to me because it helps so many people in the community.
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the lights operational and programmed is almost second nature. But it’s still time consuming, he said. “Picture an Excel spreadsheet — that’s what it looks like,” he said about the programming. His box out front to collect food items for local food pantries will be available until Sunday, Dec. 17 and he encourages donations. The display is scheduled to run daily from 5 to 11 p.m. through New Year’s, and then operate into January, weather permitting. The show is located at 14048 Mill St. in Springville. For up-to-date info on the show and schedule, search “Jozwiaks Mill Street Light Show” on Facebook.
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BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT Snowflake Ski Shop at Kissing Bridge By Carlee Frank
Archaeological evidence –such as cave drawings – suggest skis were invented during the last Ice Age, and ski artifacts found in the 1960s dated to the Mesolithic period. First used to cross frozen wetlands during wintertime hunting, skiing evolved over the millennia and was adapted by the Norwegian military and eventually by the masses. Nowadays, there are nearly 10 million skiers and snowboarders in the United States. For the individuals living in the “snow belt” of Western New York, the Snowflake Ski Shop at Kissing Bridge
Ski Resort has all of the snow gear you could need. “I sell everything –you name it, I’ve got it. You want gloves, goggles, helmets, ski poles –because yours broke— skis, boards and bindings, I have it all,” Greg Bromley, owner of Snowflake Ski Shop, said. Bromley, who also owns the flagship store in Lockport, NY, started working part-time in the ski shop 19 years ago and eventually purchased the business from the Wray family, the original owners. Snowflake Ski Shop is in its eleventh season at Kissing Bridge, and while Bromley has only been in
ownership of this location since May, he has been skiing at KB since he was 10 years old. Which, he said, is part of its appeal. “It’s an old school, down home kind of resort,” Bromley said. “You see the same people year after year, and it has that home feeling.” He mentioned that many of his customers also come back year after year. Especially at the Lockport location, which opened in 1971, he said grandparents come in with grandchildren first learning to ski. For anyone wanting to own their own skis or snowboard, the Snowflake Ski Shop carries many popular brands, such as Nordica, Salomon and Capita. The shop also offers sharpening, waxing, tune ups, adjustments and much more. “I’ve basically taken my Lockport store and I’ve condensed it down to the necessities that people need or commonly forget,” Bromley said. The shop usually has monthly deals, events and sales, all of which are posted on their website and social media platforms. Currently,
he is running Holiday Specials throughout the month of December. Bromley said that while his favorite part of owning a business is the people he gets to meet and work with, he also loves the retail aspect of the store. He has a degree in business and marketing, and also studied sporting goods business. He originally wanted to work in the ski manufacturing industry, but after working as a technology representative for a short while, he discovered it is a very tight
niche community. “Now I go home at the end of the day knowing that all of the hard work that I put in is well worth it because it’s my business,” Bromley said. Bromley also said that he likes to give back to the community whenever he can. He donates to Ski Patrol basket raffles and to the annual Mercy Flight silent auction. Bromley began skiing at the age of five and has a 17-month-old who, he said, is going to start skiing this winter. He hopes to keep the
tradition alive in his family. “I do it because I love the sport and I want to see it grow, and I hope other people feel the same way,” Bromley said. “Get the kids off the couch and get them out there and doing it.” And for anyone too afraid to start, he said you can’t knock it until you try it. Snowflake Ski Shop will open when Kissing Bridge does, on Friday. For more information, check out their website and Facebook page.
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Saturday, Dec. 16 Wrestling @ N. Tonawanda JV Tournament, 8 a.m. V. Wrestling @ ECIC’s - Starpoint HS, 9 a.m. V Boys BB @Ellicottville Tournament, 2 p.m. Monday, Dec. 18 JV Girls @ City Honors, 4:30 p.m. V. Bowling vs. Holland, 5 p.m. Mod. G BB vs East Aurora, 5 p.m. V. Girls Basketball @ City Honors, 6 p.m. Mod. Boys Basketball vs. East Aurora, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec.19 V. Boys Swim vs. Depew, 4:30 p.m. Mod. Wrestling vs WSW, 5 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 20 V. Wrestling @Lackawanna, 6 p.m.
SGI Coaches Corner Boys Swimming and Diving, Coaches Boberg and Dygert
On Friday, the boys swam vs. Iroquois in our season opener. The Griffins were able to handle some tough competition well and earned a 55-46 victory. In the meet, nine individuals qualified for ECICs, three of those qualified for Class, and one qualified for sectionals. Out of 14 athletes from the very first meet, that’s quite impressive! Numerous lifetime bests were achieved as well, showcasing the hard work that has been put in over the off-season and pre-season. Right from the start, the boys looked in fine form to start taking victories with the team of Zach Hughey, Jon Boberg, Felipe Rodriguez, and Dominic Hartenstein swimming to first place in the 200 Medley Relay in a Sectional Qualifying time of 1:59.89. Eric Schweickert, Dakota Schelble, Connor Hughey, and Wyatt Fuller composed of the B relay team that missed out on a close 3rd place. Blaze Schelble then was out-touched to finish 3rd place in the 200 Freestyle in a time of 2:15:86, qualifying for ECICs in the event. Also swimming the event was Jimmy Snyder. Felipe and Zach then proceeded to a 2-3 finish in the 200 IM counteracting the points the Iroquois first place swimmer got with ECIC qualifying times for the both of them. In the 50 Freestyle, Elliot Emley took 1st place in an ECIC qualifying time of 25.91. Dominic was able to take 3rd place for the Griffins while also qualifying for ECIC’s in a time of 26.49. Garrett Casey and Justin Buczek also had excellent swims in the event. In diving, the boys picked up their success from last season in style by Wyatt taking 1st place with a Sectional qualifying score of 227.18, and Dakota taking 2nd place. In the 100 Fly, Jon and Felipe provided another 1-2 punch with Jon swimming a Class qualifying time of 1:06:29, and Felipe holding on to a second place finish with an ECIC time of 1:14:67. In the 100 Free, Dominic took 2nd place with a 58.98, good for ECIC’s while Jackson took 4th in a time of 1:02:14. In the 500 Freestyle, Eric was the lone SGI swimmer and was able to take 2nd place in an ECIC qualifying time. In the 200 Free Relay; Felipe, Elliot, Dominic, and Jon swam to a first place finish 1:45:66, while Garrett, Jimmy, Jackson, and Blaze swam to 3rd. Zach Hughey then took first place in the 100 Backstroke with a class time of 1:05:32, while his brother Connor took 3rd in an ECIC time of 1:14:98. In the Breaststroke, Jon took 2nd place in a 1:17:15 while Blaze took 3rd in a 1:22:11, both times good for ECIC’s. Lastly Dakota, Jackson, Zach, and Eric were able to hold on to their energy for a 2nd place finish in the 400 Free Relay. Justin, Garrett, Jimmy, and Connor also swam well for the Griffs in the event. The next meet is Friday, Dec. 15 at Williamsville South. Keep up the great work, boys!
Friday, Dec. 15 V. Wrestling @ECIC’s- Starpoint HS, 4 p.m. V. Indoor Track @ Buffalo State College, 4:30 p.m. JV Girls BB vs. lake Shore, 5 p.m. V. Boys Swim @Williamsville South, 5 p.m. V. Girls BB vs.Lake Shore, 6:30 p.m. V Boys BB @Ellicottville Tournament, 7 p.m.
Thursday, Dec. 14 Mod Wrestling @W.Seneca West, 5 p.m.
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Indoor Track Team Competes at Holiday Meet Holiday invite 36 schools 1100 athletes in total Submitted by Coach Joseph Marvin
55 hurdles boys, Andrew Delasandro 10.03 personal record(pr), Mike Huber 11.62 pr Girls , Payton Rowe 4th place and new school record holder 9.41 3200 boys, Zach Peterman 11:04 pr 1000 Boys, Nate Myers 3:09 season best Girls , Lizzy Miranda 8th place 3:26 600 boys, Nick Abdo 3rd 1:28.2 School record, Topher Elkins 132.7 pr, Jarod Reese 1:35 pr Girls , Jaime Dickinson 1:54.3 pr 55m boys, Sean Lux 8.29 pr, Cassius Fisher 8.38 pr, Tim Blesy 9.2 pr Girls, Chloe Chamberlain 7.91 season best, Allison Lavanture 8.29 season best, Lexi Moriarty 9.44 pr 1600, Brett Russell 5:10 , Casey Waterman 5:43 PR 1500 , Hannah Goetz 3rd place sectional qualifier 5:15.9, Sonya Krezmien 5th place 300 boys, Topher Elkins 1st place school record 37.05, Nick Abdo 3rd place , Jarod Reese 40.6 pr Girls, Evelyn Smith 47.9 pr, Sydney Wittmer 54.3 pr, Mabel Robinson 49.6 pr Race walk 1500, Corrin Sacilowski 1st place 7:43 won by over 40 seconds Long jump girls, Allison Lavanture 14’3”, Meadow Wittman 10’10” Boys, Payton Szudzik 13’ pr Weight throw, Mary Kate Beyer 27’ season best Shot Put girls, Mary Kate Beyer 24’ season best, April Stoddard 18’5” pr Pole Vault girls, Jaime Dickinson 6’ season best 4x800 girls 10:58, Elle Russell , Hannah Goetz , Lizzy Miranda, Sonya Krezmien 4x800 10:06, Brett Russell, Zach Peterman, Casey Waterman , Topher Elkins 4x400 girls 5:39, Lexi Moriarty , Mabel Robinson, Elisabeth Sutton, Sydney Wittmer Boys 4x400 4:44, Henry Domst, Andrew Delasandro, Cassius Fisher, Payton Szudzik 4x200 girls 1:55.16 new school record, Chloe Chamberlain, Allison Lavanture, Evelyn Smith , Payton Rowe Boys 4x200 2:06, Henry Domst , Mike Huber, Sean Lux, Cassius Fisher. Photos by Jaime Dickinson
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Dec. 14-20, 2017
UPCOMING EVENTS Dec. 20 HS Winter Concert
High School Winter Concert Dec. 20 The SGI Music Department has spent decades encouraging musical study and appreciation in its students, and 2017 is no different. This year, the high school band, chorus and orchestra students will be performing at the annual Winter Concert and later in the school year, traveling to Albany and New York City for performances and workshops. When asked about next week’s performance, SGI orchestra teacher Scott Roudebush said the orchestra set will include, “Meditation for Strings (based on 17th century French song) – Richard Stephan; Millennium (a contemporary piece evoking the movie music of John Williams) – Richard Meyer; and Sleigh Ride – Leroy Anderson.” He added that, “Orchestra members are working hard and showing improvement.” Chorus teacher Julie Noeson said the chorale portion will include White Winter Hymnal (a contemporary a cappella arrangement by Pentatonix which uses body percussion); Shepherd’s Chorus (from the opera “Amahl and the Night Visitors” by Gian Carlo Menotti); Let it Snow (a vocal jazz take on the classic winter song, featuring SGI alumni jazz pianist, Allen (AJ) Braman); and Carol of the Bells (a cappella, traditional).
Finally, according to SGI band teacher Joe Gervase, the band will perform “Different Voices” by Rick Kirby (three Movements, each representing different manners of the human voice; i.e. spoken voice, whispers, voices of song); and Highlights from Beauty and the Beast arranged by John Moss (this medley includes Belle, Gaston, Be Our Guest and Beauty and the Beast). The winter concert is on Dec. 20 at 7 p.m. in the SGI High School’s Lyle G. Palmer Auditorium. The upcoming tour of New York City is set for May 2018. However, the students will also stop in Albany to perform at the State Capital building and take a workshop at the College of St. Rose. Once in NYC, Noeson said there will be a performance in the Central Park Bandshell. She added, “Students will see a Broadway show, the Statue of Liberty and the 9/11 Memorial, to name a few. The students will also take part in clinics put on by professionals in the music industry— these professionals include Springville alumni and professionals from the Buffalo region.” Come support the students of the SGI Music Department next Wednesday, and stay up to date with ongoing performances on the SGI website.
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SES PTA Shoe Drive
SES’s PTA is holding a shoe drive fundraiser through Feb. 1, 2018 to raise funds for events, programs, field trips, playground improvements and more. SES PTA will earn funds based on the total weight of the pairs of gently worn, used and new shoes collected, as Funds2Orgs will issue a check for the collected shoes. Anyone can help by donating gently worn, used and new shoes at the SES lobby, Bertrand Chaffee Hospital entrance and Metro Kirsch Real Estate. All donated shoes will then be redistributed throughout the Funds2Orgs network of micro-enterprise (small business) partners, who Funds2Orgs works with in helping them create, maintain and grow small businesses in developing countries where economic opportunity and jobs are limited. Proceeds from the sales of the shoes collected in the shoe drive are used to feed, clothe and house their families. “We are excited about our shoe drive,” said Melissa Frank, SES PTA President. “We know that most people have extra shoes in their closets they would like to donate to us. By doing so, we raise money for the many programs and events we provide the students at SES, and we have the chance to help families in developing nations who need economic opportunities. It’s a win-win for everyone.”
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Dec. 14-20, 2017
LOCAL Happenings OBITUARIES Stanley Seneca 1947-2017
Stanley Joseph Seneca, 70, passed away Tuesday (Dec. 5, 2017) after a long illness. Stan was born into the Catholic faith on May 1, 1947 in Buffalo to the late Stanley Jacob Seneca and Mildred (Steele) Rausch and stepson of Thomas R. Rausch of West Seneca. Stan relocated to Florida and returned in 2005. He was a member of International Ironworkers and Sons of the American Legion Post 409 in
Gowanda. He was the dear father of Gina (Herman) SenecaKiwi of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He is survived by his brother, Dean (Joyce) Seneca of Cattaraugus; and his sisters, Serena (Mark) Donahue of Amherst and Spirit (Chris) Seneca of Delray Beach, Fla. He was a dear uncle to Dean, Shena (Phillip), Bridgette (Andy), Luke (Jill), Farah (Steve), Serena, Renno (Carrie) and Jay (Aileen). He also had many cherished great-nephews and nieces. He was preceded in death by his youngest brother, Milo (Judy) Seneca. Stan contributed an anatomical gift to the University at Buffalo medical school in the interest of science and public health.
Luella M. Caswell 1926-2017 (Mary) Skiver of Paw Paw, Nora Skiver of Cambridge, Md., Robin Pritchard of Port St. Lucie, Fla., John (Gloria) Pritchard of Paw Paw, and Susan Pritchard of Cumberland, Md. Luella is also survived by several grandchildren, greatgrandchildren and greatgreat-grandchildren. Local grandchildren include Wendy Glass, Teresa Stockwell and PAW PAW, W. Va. — Robert Stockwell and their Luella M. Caswell, 91, of West Virginia, passed away families of Springville, N.Y. along with a brother, at the WMHS-RMC in Clifford “Skip” (Beverly) West Virginia. Caswell of Hamburg, N.Y. She was born Sept. 6, A service of 1926 in New York, the daughter of the late Gordon remembrance will be held at T. Caswell Jr. and Mildred 11 a.m. Saturday (Dec. 16, 2017) from the Schindler (Bingenheimer) Ballon. Funeral Home, 44 Center Survivors include her St., Gowanda. There will be children, Marsha Pilli of no prior visitation. Glen Burnie, Md., Mike
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Red Cross Announces Upcoming Blood Drives The American Red Cross has announced upcoming blood donation opportunities. In December, donations decline but the needs of patients remain steady, according to Red Cross officials. To encourage donations, all those who come to give blood or platelets Dec. 21 through Jan. 7 will receive a long-sleeved Red Cross T-shirt, while supplies last. Make an appointment to give blood by downloading the free Red Cross Blood Donor App, visiting redcrossblood.org or calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1800-733-2767). Upcoming blood donations opportunities for the Springville area include: Dec. 20, 1 to 7 p.m., Concord Senior Center, 40 Commerce Drive, Springville; Dec. 22, noon to 4 p.m., The Roycroft Inn, 5 S. Grove St., East Aurora; Dec. 27, noon to 6 p.m., American Legion Post 409, 100 Legion Drive, Gowanda; Dec. 27, 1:30 to 6:30 p.m., Delevan Firefighters Training Center, 1006 N. Main St., Delevan; and Dec. 28, 1 to 6 p.m., St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 3487 N. Boston Road, Eden.
COMMUNITY CALENDAR Now- Dec. 24 Santa at Canalside www.canalsidebuffalo.com Now-Jan. 7 Poinsettias at the Botanical Gardens www.buffalogardens.com Now-Jan. 1 Jozwiak’s Mill Street Light Show Now-Dec. 23 Petite Noel: Giftable Fine Arts and Crafts Springville Center for the Arts Dec. 14 Holiday Doll Making Workshop 4:30 p.m., Concord Public Library Dec. 15 Community Christmas Party 6 p.m., Emerling Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram
Dec. 15 Holiday Diva by Diva 7 p.m., Springville Center for the Arts Dec. 15 M&T Third Fridays at the Buffalo History Museum Free admission to the museum and Resource Center (459 Forest Ave) www.buffalohistory.org Dec. 15-23 Fairgrounds Festival of Lights www.the-fairgrounds.com/ festival-lights/
Dec. 16 Dec. 20 Ugly Sweater Contest at Snowmobile Season Begins Holiday Valley Yodeler Lodge Dec. 20 3 to 7 p.m., entertainment by SGI High School Winter Jay McDonald Concert Dec. 16 Demo Day Holiday Valley
Dec. 23 Ugly Sweater Party 9 p.m., JD’s Brew Pub
Dec. 17 United Heritage Fiddlers Assoc. Christmas Party 2-5 p.m. North Collins Senior Center, 11065 Rt 62,N. Collins. Acoustic Jam. No admission fee, however, a donation for the White Elephant sale and a dish to pass is appreciated.
Dec. 27-29 Kissing Bridge Christmas Camp kbski.com/childrens-programs/ Dec. 29 Late Night Great Night Kissing Bridge kbski.com
Dec. 16 Bake Sale sponsored by the St. Al’s Altar Society on Dec. 18 Dec. 31 Saturday, Dec. 16 from noon Charles Dickens New Year’s Eve to 4 p.m. at the Parish Hall, ‘A Christmas Carol’ with Celebration Franklin St. Springville. Mike Randall Kissing Bridge Also the St. Al’s Crafters 7 p.m., Genesee Community kbski.com will be there with homeCollege made gifts. Jan. 1 Dec. 18 First Day Hike in Allegany Dec. 16 Graham Cracker Houses State Park 2018 Trans-Siberian with Explore and More Orchestra Hulbert Library. Call to 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. at the register, 592-7742. KeyBank Center
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Alzheimer’s Association: Legal and Financial Planning. This event is on Dec. 18 from 3 to 4 p.m. An education program by the Alzheimer’s Association. If you or someone you know is affected by Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, the time for legal and financial planning is now. This workshop is for anyone who would like to know more about what legal and financial issues to consider and what plans to put in place. No registration necessary. Free and open to the public. For more information, call 1-800-2723900. Gaming Unplugged. This new event will be on Dec. 15 Graham Cracker Houses with Explore & More, this will from 4 to 6 p.m. Ages 10-14.* Created by kids, for kids, be on Dec. 18 from 6 to 7 p.m., and another program at the library meeting room will be open for board game play. 7 to 8 p.m. All ages welcome (younger children will need There will be a variety of games and snacks provided. Have assistance). Come to the library for a fun family project a game you would like to share? Bring it along (must be with a sweet treat at the end. Make your own miniature age appropriate). Registration is encouraged but drop ins gingerbread house out of graham crackers. Adults, don’t are welcome. 592-7742.*Age range is flexible. Kids are forget your camera! Registration is required. Please call welcome as long as they are there for the love of board 592-7742. games.
POLICE REPORTS The Springville Times publishes police reports as received from police and government agencies. Reports are edited only for style and grammar. The Times is not responsible for errors in publication but is committed to accuracy. If you discover an error, contact the newsroom at 699-4062. New York State Police ASHFORD — A one-car accident was reported at 6:10 a.m. Dec. 5 on Miller and Peter roads. Matthew T. Dygert, 27, of Springville, was identified as the driver. No injuries were reported. EAST OTTO — Benjamin C. Lingenfelter, 27, of East Otto, was charged at 2 p.m. Dec. 5 with second-degree harassment and trespass, both violations. YORKSHIRE — A one-car accident was reported at 12:37 a.m. Dec. 7 on West Yorkshire Road near Savage Road. Joshua M. Keller, 25, of Delevan, was reported as the driver. Two injuries were reported. FARMERSVILLE — A one-car accident was reported at 7:19 a.m. Dec. 7 on Laidlaw Road near Elton Road. Jesse M. Stuve, 45, of Great Valley, was identified as the driver. No injuries were reported. YORKSHIRE — Tierzah J. Carpenter, 35, of Freedom, was charged at 12:36 p.m. Dec. 7 with petit larceny, a class A misdemeanor. YORKSHIRE — Eric G. Prutsman, 33, of Delevan, was charged at 4:50 p.m. Dec. 7 with possession of marijuana, a violation. He was issued an appearance ticket and is scheduled to appear in court at a later date. ASHFORD — A one-car accident was reported at 6:15 a.m. Dec. 9 on Miller and Schwartz Roads. Michael G. Sage, 26, of Hamburg, was identified as the driver. No injuries were reported. FREEDOM — A one-car accident was reported at 7:59 p.m. Dec. 9 on Route 98 and Crystal Lake Road. Mark P. Koepnick, 59, of West Seneca, was identified as the driver. No injuries were reported. Erie County Sheriff’s Office BOSTON — Donna Kurtz, 57, of Hamburg, was charged Nov. 29 with aggravated driving while intoxicated and moving from lane unsafely after deputies responded to the report of a vehicle driving erratically. Deputies located the vehicle in a ditch on Feddick Road and the operator, Kurtz, exhibited signs of intoxication. Kurtz failed roadside sobriety tests and consented to a breath test, which resulted in a blood alcohol content reading of .21 percent. Kurtz was released to appear in court at a later date.
CONCORD — Wendian Reichmuth, 33, of Orchard Park, was charged Dec. 1 with two misdemeanor counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance, a violation for possessing marijuana and four separate vehicle and traffic infractions after she was stopped on Route 219 for traveling over 80 miles per hour and throwing a cigarette butt out the vehicle’s window. During the stop, Reichmuth admitted to possessing marijuana and speeding, and a subsequent search revealed a loose Oxycodone pill, a quantity of marijuana, a vial of cocaine and a glass pine. Reichmuth was taken to the holding center and later released after posting bail. SPRINGVILLE — Katy Lang, 30, of Freedom; Daniel Mason, 57, of Freedom; and Michael Burdic, 51, of Springville, were all charged Dec. 2 after deputies were dispatched to an apartment complex on Colonial Drive for a suspicious vehicle complaint and subjects smoking marijuana. The three occupants admitted they were smoking marijuana and the deputies’ search discovered numerous varieties of pills and a quantity of cocaine. Fourteen Oxycodone, 13 Clonazepam, and Hydrocodone pills were sized after the search. Burdic was charged with three counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of marijuana and two counts of possessing a controlled substance not in the original prescription container. Mason was charged with four counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance and three counts of possessing a controlled substance not in the original prescription container. Lang was charged with three counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of marijuana and two counts of possessing a controlled substance not in the original prescription container. All three defendants were held at the Erie County Sheriff’s Office pending arraignment. The Sheriff’s Office reported Mason and Lang were arrested days earlier on drug and weapon charges.
Dec. 14-20, 2017
COMMUNITY Concord Senior Center Upcoming Events CONCORD SENIOR CENTER WEEK OF DEC. 18-22 Monday, Dec. 18: 11 a.m. Stay Fit Exercises, 12 p.m. Stay Fit Lunch, 3 p.m.-Caregivers support group Tuesday, Dec. 19: 9:30 a.m. Yoga, 11 a.m.Stay Fit Exercises, 12 p.m.-Stay Fit Lunch, 1 p.m. CENTER CHRISTMAS PARTY Wednesday, Dec. 20:10 a.m. WOW craft group, 10:30 a.m. Exercise w/Kim, 12 p.m. STAY FIT CHRISTMAS LUNCH, 1 p.m. BLOOD MOBILE HERE Thursday, Dec. 21: 11 a.m. Stay Fit Exercises, 12 p.m. Stay Fit Lunch 12 p.m. Erie County Volunteer Of The Month here, 1 p.m. Euchre Friday, Dec. 22-CLOSED QUESTIONS OR IDEAS-592-2764---EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
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Ham & Cheese Strata w/ White Cheese Sauce Scalloped Apples and Cranberries Broccoli Wheat Dinner Roll Tapioca Pudding 949
Cheddar Beef Macaroni Casserole Cauliflower Fiesta Corn Dinner Roll Diced Peaches 754
Turkey Burger w/ Gravy Carrots Broccoli Cheese Rice Casserole Wheat Hamburger Roll Pineapple Tidbits 801
Pork Ribbette w/ BBQ Sauce Potato Salad Italian Green Beans Hot Dog Roll Butterscotch Pudding 820
Breaded Veal Patty w/ Gravy Mashed Potatoes California Blend Vegetables Dinner Roll Apple Oatmeal Bar
Knockwurst w/ Sauerkraut Mashed Potatoes Green Beans w/ Red Pepper Hot Dog Roll Chocolate Pudding 746
Beef Macaroni Casserole Green Peas Sliced Carrots Wheat Dinner Roll Fresh Orange 778
Sliced Roast Pork w/ Mushroom Gravy German Potato Salad Brussels Sprouts Wheat Dinner Roll Brownie w/ Chocolate Frost. 864
Sweet and Sour Chicken Seasoned Spinach Wax Beans White Rice Oatmeal Raisin Cookies 777
20 Christmas Dinner
Chicken Cordon Bleu w/ Cheese Sauce Over White Rice Brussels Sprouts, Dinner Roll Baked Apples w/ Cran & Cinn Chocolate Cream Pie 1125
25 26 27 Chicken w/ Cacciatore Merry Christmas Breaded Sauce over Penne Pasta Seasoned Mashed Squash from the Green Peas Rice Crispy Square 771 Stay Fit Dining Program
Meatloaf w/ Gravy Scalloped Potatoes Broccoli Rye Bread Frosted Banana Cake
Homemade Stuffed Pepper w/ Savory Sauce AuGratin Diced Potatoes Green Peas Italian Bread Fruited Gelatin 858 Beef & Rice Patty w/ Savory Sauce Mashed Potatoes Cabbage/ Savory Sauce Breakaway Roll Peaches 729
Cheese Omelet w/ Cheese Sauce Seasoned Home Fries Seasoned Spinach w/ Mushrooms Wheat Dinner Roll Fresh Orange 814
Breaded Fish w/ Tarter Sauce Seasoned Spinach Creamy Coleslaw Macaroni & Cheese Strawberry Oatmeal Bar 1047
29 New Year’s Dinner
Breaded Bone-In Pork Chop w/ Gravy & Cranberry Sauce Green Bean Casserole Cauliflower Bread Stuffing Coconut Cream Pie 1197
For meal reservations, call the Erie County Stay Fit Program at (716) 592-2741
Collins Public Library Events
Book Club: Monday, December 18 at 11am. We will be discussing “I am Half Sick of Shadows” by Alan Bradley. Christmas Story Hour: Tuesday, December 19 at 6pm. Come and enjoy some of your favorite Christmas stories, make seasonal crafts and play Christmas themed games. Ages 3-10, call or stop in to sign up!
The library will be CLOSED Monday, Dec. 25 for Christmas. Please have a safe and happy Holiday! Movie Night: Thursday, Dec. 28 at 5:30 p.m. This animated movie features the voices of Steve Carrell, Kristen Wiig and Trey Parker. You can call the Library for the Title of the Movie. The library will be CLOSED Monday, January 1 for New Year’s Day. Senior Movie: Friday, Jan. 5 at 1pm. Starring Brie Larson, Woody Harrelson, and Naomi Watts. Please call the Library for the title. Did you know? Erie County Library cards are available to all Erie County residents, all individuals who work in Erie County, and all those who live in the Gowanda School tax district. Stay up-to-date with events at the library by ‘liking’ our Facebook page, Collins Public Library. Library Hours: Monday 2-8 pm, Tuesday 2-8 pm, Wednesday 10:30 am - 5 pm, Thursday 2-8 pm, Friday 10:30 am -5 pm, Saturday 10 am - 2 pm, Sunday CLOSED. Telephone - 532-5129.
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The Erie County Veterans Service Agency is your local resource for all information pertaining to veterans, and as the first Agency of its kind created in New York State has been helping veterans and their families since 1926. That’s nearly a century of outreach and involvement with our servicemen and women, keeping them aware of the federal, state, and local benefits they may be eligible for while remaining an active and visible participant in veterans’ activities around the county. This month, the Erie County VSA is taking a moment to extend holiday
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Erie County Stands with Veterans greetings to all our veterans and their families, with best wishes for health and happiness in the New Year. The Agency became an official part of Erie County government on January 1, 1945 following an increased demand for services in the waning months of World War II and since that time has provided services to thousands of veterans and their families. Today, Agency Director David Shenk and his staff work as advocates for our veterans by guiding them through the U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs claims system, helping veterans with everything from gathering information to tracking claims at every step of the way. As anyone who has ever worked with or needed information from a federal agency may attest, there can be timeconsuming paperwork delays that befall individuals who are unaccustomed to the system, so the Erie County Veterans Service Agency works on veterans’
behalf, free of charge, to cut the red tape and get results for our veterans. They are ready to help you and your loved ones if you are I need of such services. Did you know that, in addition to helping veterans’ families access the normal benefits provided by law to survivors of deceased service members, the ECVSA is also the only agency charged with (and responsible for, at county expense) the burial of indigent veterans and nextof-kin of veterans? This is just another way that we support our veterans and their families, and if this end-of-life assistance should be necessary we will provide it in the compassionate, dignified, respectful way that these men and women deserve. As an active and engaged participant in the local veteran’s community, the Agency maintains strong relationships with numerous veterans’ organizations and posts and works closely with the Veterans One-
Stop Center of WNY as well. Another way we help local veterans is through partnership with the Buffalo Veterans Treatment Court, a hybrid drug and mental health court that serves veterans who are struggling with addiction and/or mental illness by diverting them from the traditional criminal justice system into a specialized veteran’s court. The program, the sole one of its kind in the country, is designed by the Buffalo City Court to keep veterans who are non-violent offenders out of jail and demonstrates the community-wide dedication and support we offer to our veterans. During this festive season we wish happy, warm, and peaceful holidays to all county residents and especially to our veterans and their families. If you or a loved one needs of any of the services offered by the ECVSA, please contact them by calling 858-6363 or visiting http://www2.erie. gov/veterans/ .
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mayor in 1997, where he served until being elected Town of Concord supervisor in 2005. After three terms as Concord supervisor, he will retire at the end of this month. In addition, Eppolito taught in the West Valley School District for 33 years and was involved
with Springville Youth Inc. and the Boy Scouts. Mills said Eppolito was instrumental in restarting the Erie County Water Quality Committee with the towns of Brant and Evans, and building the Lake Erie Water Quality Committee with Erie, Chautauqua and Cattaraugus counties.
He also responded to the needs of seniors in the Town of Concord by initiating the senior transportation service and seeing to completion of the Town of Concord Senior Center. Today, Eppolito continues to serve the community through his leadership within the Erie County Association of
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Box 501, be obtained in the less on or before assessed valuation ford Fire District for ment & accessorApartments Wellsville, NY Business Office of January 6, 2018 of all the taxable their approval or ies. Apply within. For Rent the Board of Eduthere is filed with real property of the 14895. disapproval. cation, 410 West the undersigned a Town of Rushford DATED: December Licensed Occupa- 1 & 2 BR, quality, Sullivan Street, petition signed and Fire District as such 07, 2017 tional Therapist NOTICE OF furn/ unfurn., gar., Olean, New York acknowledged or valuations appear Stanley Luce, per Diem. High FORMATION OF $495 to $800 incl. 14760, between the proved in the same upon the latest Secretary per visit reimburse- util. No Pets Olean. THISTLE DOWN hours of 8:00 A.M. manner as a deed completed assessTown of Rushford ment rate for STABLE, LLC: 716-560-6656 and 4:00 P.M. The to be recorded, by ment roll of the Fire District Home Health in Articles of OrganizBoard of Education resident taxpayers Town of Rushford, Cattaraugus ation of Thistle CUBA - 2 bdrm. reserves the right to of the Town of protesting against County. Please Down Stable, LLC. apt. No pets. waive any informal- Rushford Fire Dissuch resolution and send resume to: Under Section 203 For details, ity in or reject in trict, owning taxrequesting that it OTH, Box 186, of the Limited Liabcall (716)378-2407 whole or in part all able real property be submitted to the 639 Norton Dr., ility Company Law: proposals or to acaggregating at least qualified electors of Olean, NY 14760. For Rent The name of the one-quarter of the the Town of Rushlimited liability com- cept any proposal 3 bedroom/2 bath, which in its judgassessed valuation ford Fire District for LOCAL pany is: Thistle $200 per night, ocment is in the best of all the taxable their approval or ELLICOTTVILLE cupancy of 16. Fire- Down Stable, LLC. interest of the real property of the disapproval. SHUTTLE The date of filing places, everything school district. Town of Rushford DATED: December DRIVERS of the Articles of provided to cook Proposals should Fire District as such 07, 2017 Niagara Majestic Organization with with in kitchen. valuations appear Stanley Luce, be sealed and Tours/Grayline of the Department of Sheets provided upon the latest Secretary plainly marked: Niagara Falls And State is September bring your own pilTown of Rushford "Student Transport- completed assessBuffalo is seeking 14, 2017. The lows and blankets. ment roll of the Fire District ation Bid.” Energetic Drivers to 3 miles to Ellicotcounty within this Town of Rushford, BOARD OF join our Amazing tville/HolidayValley/ State in which the protesting against EDUCATION Team. Weekend office of the limited HoliMont - taxi sersuch resolution and OLEAN CITY positions are availliability company is vice available. No requesting that it SCHOOL able full day or half located is Catpets, guns or be submitted to the DISTRICT day December thur taraugus. The adATV's. Contact qualified electors of By: Vicki ZaleskiMarch! This is a dress of the busiStan - call or tex the Town of RushIrizarry, District great way to make ness is: 3575 716-597-6330. ford Fire District for Clerk some extra Holiday McClure Hollow their approval or Cash!! CDL B or C Road, Allegany, NY Dated: December Lower 2 bdrm, 7, 2017 disapproval. w/Passenger restove, refrig, $575 a 14706. The secretDATED: December quired. Clean MVR mo. + util + sec. no ary of state has 07, 2017 and ability to pass been designated pets, 372-9380 PUBLIC NOTICE Stanley Luce, DOT physical and as agent upon TOWN OF Secretary drug screen. Call whom process Olean - 2 apts. RUSHFORD FIRE Town of Rushford 716-285-2113, ask against it may be Both 2 bdrm., 1 ba. DISTRICT Fire District for Juanita or Andy. Util incl. For details, served and the Notice is hereby post office address call (716)378-9140 given that the Opportunity Tax within this state to Board of Fire ComOlean, NY is now which the secretPark Centre missioners of the interviewing for ary of state shall currently has Town of Rushford, experienced Tax mail a copy of any various modern Allegany County, Preparers to work process against the apts. for rent. Call New York, at a regthis coming tax limited liability comDenise for details ular meeting thereseason. Knowpany served upon 716-372-5555 of held on Decemledge of basic com- ext 227 it is: Cheri Stady, ber 7, 2017, duly puter operation and 3575 McClure adopted, subject to Microsoft Windows Hollow Road, a permissive referbased systems. Homes For Rent Allegany, NY endum, a resoluAbility to commu14706. The purtion, an abstract of nicate well with all pose of the busiwhich is as follows: MCGAVISK people. Active PTness is horse RESOLUTION AURENTALS IN required. Conboarding and THORIZING THE Apts. - Houses tact us ASAP. Send riding lessons. EXPENDITURE OF 716-933-7040 resume to opporONE HUNDRED tunitytaxolean@gm TWENTY-SEVEN NOTICE TO Olean - 4 bdrm., ail.com. THOUSAND SIX BIDDERS 1 ba, house. HUNDRED DOLThe Board of EduDo you know the $675/mo. + $675 LARS FROM A cation of the Olean Social Media sec. Call or text City School District, RESERVE FUND world? (850)867-2320 (in accordance with ESTABLISHED Do you want to be FOR SUCH PURSection 119-0 of at the ground POSE TOWARDS the General MuniLegals level of a brand cipal Law) hereby THE PURCHASE new Social Media invites the submisOF A 2017 DEplatform? NOTICE OF sion of sealed bids MERS MXP 170 If you said yes FILING for: AMBULANCE and have the Name of Limited SUBJECT TO “Student knowledge and PERMISSIVE Transportation” the drive, we want Liability Company: SunRay Memorial REFERENDUM To furnish daily to hear from you. Park, LLC Date of student transport- The Board of Fire This is a full time Filing of Articles of Commissioners of ation to Pioneer position, benefits, Irgabuzation: May the Town of RushMiddle School, paid vacation 25, 2017 ford Fire District 12132 Old Olean and 401k. County of Office: has accepted a Rd, Delevan, NY Applicants should Cattaraugus proposal from the 14024 for a stube versed in Principal Office: Savvik buying dent in the Olean graphic design 5367 Narrows Group to purchase City School District and InDesign. Road, Little Valley, from North Eastern for the 2017 - 2018 This position will NY 14755 Rescue Vehicles, School Year. Probe out of our The Secretary of Inc., for the price of posals will be reOlean office. State has been $177,600, a 2017 ceived until 11:00 Qualified designated as A.M. on December Demers MXP 170 applicants should agent of the Com21, 2017, at the Ambulance, with send resume with pany upon whom Business Office of $127,600 of said cover letter, process against it the Board of Eduprice to be expenexperience, may be served. The cation, 410 West ded from a reserve education and address which the Sullivan Street, fund established references to: Secretary of State Olean, New York and maintained by Box 856 shall mail a copy of 14760. said Fire District for c/o Bradford any process Specifications may such purpose, unPublishing, Inc. against it is the be obtained in the less on or before PO Box 365 Principal Office. Business Office of January 6, 2018 43 Main Street, The purpose of the the Board of Eduthere is filed with Bradford, PA Compan is Any cation, 410 West the undersigned a 16701 lawful purpose. Sullivan Street, petition signed and EOE Olean, New York acknowledged or NOTICE OF Forma- 14760, between the proved in the same hours of 8:00 A.M. manner as a deed tion of Jenny's Mobile Homes Online and 4:00 P.M. The to be recorded, by Items, Board of Education resident taxpayers LLC. Articles of reserves the right to of the Town of Organization has For Sale 1 bdrm waive any informal- Rushford Fire Disw/handicapped ba, been filed with the ity in or reject in trict, owning taxw&d incl. Set up in Sec. of State of whole or in part all able real property NY (SSNY) on m/h park. $5,500. proposals or to acaggregating at least 10/13/17. Office of 716-307-1770 cept any proposal one-quarter of the location: Allegany assessed valuation County. SSNY des- which in its judgment is in the best of all the taxable ignated as agent of real property of the LLC whom process interest of the Town of Rushford school district. against it may be Fire District as such served. SSNY shall Proposals should valuations appear be sealed and mail process to: upon the latest plainly marked: C/O the LLC, completed assess"Student The TransportP.O. Box 501, Cattaraugus-Allegany BOCES Special Education ment roll of the ation Bid.” Wellsville, NY department currently has vacancies for the following positions: Town of Rushford, BOARD OF 14895. protesting against EDUCATION such resolution and OLEAN CITY • Teacher Aides TM requesting that it SCHOOL be submitted to the DISTRICT qualified electors of By: Vicki Zaleski• Substitute Teacher Aides the Town of RushIrizarry, District ford Fire District for Clerk Finding a new job is • Speech Pathologist their approval or Dated: December disapproval. 7, 2017 as easy as 1, 2, 3. DATED: December For more details and to apply 07, 2017 1. Create an account. Stanley Luce, online, please visit: 2. Upload your resume. Secretary Town of Rushford 3. Apply to jobs that Fire District
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There may be less than two weeks until Christmas, but there are still lots of fun, easy ways to make your holiday special this year! From new ways to enjoy your holiday cards to easy recipes to keep or share, there are still plenty of opportunities to savor the season and skip the stress. Now is the time of year when holiday cards from friends and family are arriving daily. Enjoy these thoughtful reminders of the many friends and family in your life by displaying them as part of your holiday décor. Don’t let those cards sit in a pile on your coffee table! Instead, use them to jazz up your kitchen cabinets so that these pretty cards are at eye level. Measure a length of grosgrain ribbon (about 2 inches wide) the length of your cupboard door and secure the ends together inside the cabinet using poster tack or thumb tacks. Use clothespins to hang
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SE FWD 4 SEDAN i i w FORD S/C 4X4 s no4X4 s2016 2013 FORD S/C 4x4 w 2013 CREW 4X4 2015 FORD AWD i2015 2011 F250 S/C i $ o o 2014 FORD EXPLORER 4X4 $ EDGE n FUSION FWD * n n $ * Cars & Trucks 20 * 49,863 2016 FORD FUSION FWD $ 45,704 2016 FORD FUSION AWD s * 35,779 $ PAY $ FORD TAURUS AWD i o30K,w17T561-A, WAS 27,995 25,475 #17F88 PAY $ $ is w$ Was is Noww$18,813 $ 49,996 $ Was #17F98 MSRP 24,575 Was$29,995 26,995 * 27,995 * Was 18,995 49K, 17T545-A, Diesel, Lariat LWB WasGreen, Was 27,995 White,Was Black, 8-Auto, Platinum Silver, 25K, P17056, 6-Auto,* Limited 1,308 18,995 32K, 17T473-A, Diesel, Lariat Cap Was $29,995 EMERLING DISCOUNT Was $28,995 Was $21,995 N Was $21,995 Non21 Was $28,995 o w w w o EMERLING DISCOUNT 1,950 o n o w n n $ $ s $ o n is s s i i $ i $ Year Consecutive Ford $ w ECO-BOOST RETAIL CASH 500 w All Makes & Models! s $ $ w o i $ o Blue, 45K, P17100-A, 2.0-ECO, SE 17,826* siNow Silver, 18K, 17T462-A, 4-Auto, LTHR o * w 8K, P17102, 4-Auto,SE N 18,813* 16,822* n Blue,$ 45K, P17100-A, 2.0-ECO, $ 28K, $ 18,705 No N SE Silver, 6-Auto, SEL Silver, 15K,17T527-A, P17119, 4-Auto, w * 2,150 Short Drive. 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$ YOU2011 SAVE 8,514 2014 FORD FOCUS FORD FUSION FWD
TRUCKS, 21,447* 19,706*
SUV’S, VANS 8,989* 10,767* 10,831* 12,943 12,886 10,964 12,794* 14,914* 15,883* 15,704 14,948 EMERLING FORD15,975 $
8,874* 8,991 11,775* 14,953
SANTA CAME EA SALE-A 31 Anniversary $
10,883* 10,964* 15,751 13,919 SOLD 15,988* 17,922* 23,973* 16,833 19,977* 16,664
11,773* 15,841 18,739* 16,988
11,934* 16,534 18,839* 18,802
16,534* 14,447* SOLD 12,964* 16,822 16,909 17,826 19,930* 19,877* 21,760* 14,997* 21,762 21,882 23,991 15,962* $
12,943* 16,661 $
29,262* 16,822* 18,705
Merry 18,860 17,888* Christmas! SOLD 26,771 25,852* 25,734* 26,662
17,826* 24,802* N 22,846* 24,802 Presidents Award recipient for 25,700 $
SANTA 31 An $
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Silver, 28K, 6-Auto, SEL Silver, 15K,17T527-A, P17119, 4-Auto, SE
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Silver, 69K, 18T95-A, Black, 92K, 17T639-A, Diesel,3.5-ECO, XLT/LongSPT Box WHITE, 66K, 17T642-A, Silver, 46K, 17T552-A,3.5-ECO, 6-Auto, Lariat/Roof Titanium/Roof TRUCKS, SU TRUCKS, SUV’S, VANS YOU SAVE 5,808 overall Customer Satisfaction TRUCKS, SUV Satisfaction. FOR FUSION YOU YOU $CRV FORD ESCAPE ESCAPE 4X4 FORD 2014 FORDPATRIOT ESCAPE FWD 2015F150 JEEP 4X4 2014 FWD 2015 FORD S/C2012 4X4FORD 2016 FORD HONDA CRV AWD 2014HONDA FORD S/C 4X4 2015 FORD EDGE AWD 2015 S/C 4x4 2013 FORD F150 CREW 4X4 202 LOVERS 2016 AWD 2013 F250 CREW 4X4 YOU Was 13,995 2014 $ Was 14,995 4X4 2012 ESCAPE 4X4 2015 FORD ESCAPE FWD 2014 FORD ESCAPE FWD 2015 JEEP 4X4 2014 FORD ESCAPE FWD FORD ESCAPE 2014 FORD ESCAPE 4X4 s n 2014FORD FORD FWD $ESCAPE $ PATRIOT $ Was $17,995 w ONLY WOW! Was $15,995 PAY o PAY w n o $ 33,995 Was $29,995 Was 29,995 Was s n i $ s i $ $ $ $ i Was $29,995 Was $29,995 PAY Was $29,995 $ w Was $29,995 w 13,995 Was 14,995 17,995 17,995 * o 14,948 11,775* 12,794* * $ buys No 14,953 NWas No At 1for Was $16,995 y$17,995 *Add for sales taxTax and DMVDMV fees.FeesFORD TAURUS Onl Was $17,995 2017 *OAC Add Sales Ta and new $Was $15,995 $Was $ Was Blue, 52K, Green, 68K,18T111-A, 17T567-A, 3.5-ECO, 8-Auto, XLTXLT
117T516-A, Black, 54K, 18T59-A,1.6-ECO, 6-Auto,SE XLT Red, 19K Only
e! Pric This SALE ENDS SALE ENDSSATURDAY, SATURDAY DECEMBER 23, 2017 2017 AT at 43$PM OCTOBER 28, PM$ WAS 24,845 #17F55 MSRP 28,220 #18T25 EMERLING DISCOUNT EMERLING DISCOUNT 1,764 899 Black, 35K, 17T529-A, 4 -Auto, High Latitude FORD RETAIL CASH FORD RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH 4,000 1,500 FORD RETAIL BONUS CASHCASH 1,2501,000 FORD BONUS CUSTOMER
Black, 54K,17T516-A, 18T59-A,1.6-ECO, 6-Auto,SE XLT Red, 19K
Red,17T529-A, 42K, 17T555-A, S Black, 35K, 4 -Auto,4-Auto, High Latitude
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16,833 White, 21K, P17126-B, 6-Auto, SEFORD 2014 JEEP WRANGLER 4X4 2015 2014 FORD F150 CREW 4X4 EMERLING DISCOUNT 1,223 FORD EXPLORER 2014 FORD F150 CREW 4X4 Grey, 55K, 18T72-A, 2.0-ECO, Titanium EMERLING DISCOUNT 1,148 2014 FORD F150 CREWFWD 4X4 Green, 38K, 17T655-A, 6-Auto, XLT/Roof 2017 EXPLORER 4X4 2015 DODGE CARAVAN 2013 FORD ESCAPE 4x4 Silver,4X4 31K, 17T469-A, 4-Auto, Se 2015 FORD ESCAPE 4X4 2014 FORD EDGE FWD 2016 FORD ESCAPE 4X4 2013 FORD EDGE $ $ $ $ BONUS CASH $1,500 BONUSREBATE CUSTOMER CASH 5002016$FORD FORD CREDIT FORD 4,000 $ ESCAPE 4X4 Was 34,995 YOU SAVE 3,399 Was 34,995 2015 FORD ESCAPE 4X4 Was 37,995 Was 19,995 2013 CHEVY 1500 E/C 4X2 19,995 w 2016 FORD ESCAPE 4X4 SE Was 20,995 Was $29,995 Was $28,995 iN Was $32,995 $ Was $18,995 o $ RETAILSAVE CUSTOMER CASHs n 4,000 w$$AUTO AT A YOU WasWas $19,995 w YOU SAVE $18,995 8,514 21,995 w ww$$$Was o Was 19,995 o 5,148 o n i n n Was $23,995 Was $23,995 s s $ i s $ A LUXURY i w i iNsiNsononowow $ w YOU $ $no 19,930* ow$*$18,948* SAVEow 5,723 $ ww$$CAR PRICE - iYOU iNs on YOU s onYOU $ YOU $ o SMALL * NO GAMES* -* * NYOU *ow$Nisow $21,762 N o 19,763 N * * N $ N PAY WOW! NO GIMMICKS Silver, SE PAY G2 PAY 6-Auto, Red,YOU 34K, 1.6-ECO, SE/Roof/NAV Silver,23K, 12K, P17135, 17T302-A,1.6-ECO, 8-Ato, LT/Cap Red,P17146, 41K, 18T49-A, 1.6 ECO, SE$ Red, 34K, 18T32-B, 4 Dr/Unlmtd Red, 35K, 17T280-A, 8-Auto, XLTXLT Green, 3.5-ECO, Brown, 30K,36K, 16T525-A, 6-Auto, Limited Red, P17050, 8-Auto, STX PAY White, 42K, 17T696-A, 3.5-ECO, Lariat WOW! GUARANTEED!! White, 21K,18T34-A, P17126-B, 6-Auto, White, 67K, 17T443A, 8-Auto, Loaded, FX4 Silver, 25K, P17056, 6-Auto, Limited PAY Grey, 55K, 18T72-A, 2.0-ECO, Titanium White, 21K, P17126-B, 6-Auto, SE Green, 38K, 17T655-A, 6-Auto, XLT/Roof Silver, 18K, P17147, 1.6-ECO, SE Red, 41K, 18T49-A, 1.6-ECO, SE Red, 64K, P17081, 6-Auto, SEL/NAV Silver,13K, 31K, 17T469-A, 4-Auto, Se SE 2013 FORD F150 CREW 4X4 2013 FORD F150 S/C 4X4 PAY 2014 FORD F150 S/C 4X4 2013 FORD F250 CREW 4X4 20i 20182017 ESCAPE SE F350 4X4CREW Only 1 At FORD WasFUSION 27,995 26,995 At $29,995 2016 FORD 4X4 1Was e! CREW Pric 2015 FORD EXPLORER 4X4 2017 FORD Was $29,995 2015 FORD F150 CREW 4X4 2016 FORD F250 CREW 4X4 lyWas This w OwnAWD 2015 FORD F150 CREW 4X4 2016 FORD ESCAPE 4X4 2016 FORD F150 S/C 4X4 o 2014 FORD F150 4X4 2013 FORD FLEX n 2015 FORD ESCAPE 4X4 2016 FORD F350 R/C 4X4 2012 FORD F150 CREW 4X4 $ F250 ow$isAWD 2013 CHEVY 1500 E/CESCAPE 4X2A FORD FLEX 2013 S/C #18T79 isoFORD $ APE PE S2013 FWD FW WD D$56,995 Price! 2016 FORD ESCAPE 4X4 SE $ $ w iNs onTh 2017 FUSION SE FWD $$ Was 24,802* * 4X4 $ 22,846* $39,995 NWas Was Was 49,995 $ SE* FWD 4$25,700 DR SEDAN Nison 24,802 Was 21,995 $24,645 Was 39,995 $34,995 #17T263 17T263 Was 22,995 Was 19,995 Was $34,995 w WAS $28,995 27,950 Was 24,995 Was $32,995 MSRP o Was w w n Green, 68K, 17T567-A, 8-Auto, XLT WAS 25,475 #17F88 o o $ Was $23,995 Was $22,995 Was $24,995 Blue, 52K, 18T111-A, 3.5-ECO, XLT Green, 68K, 17T567-A, 8-Auto, XLT Black, 40K, 17T237-A, 8-Auto, XLT/Leather Was $23,995 Bla s n n ww$$$ EMERLING i 24,575 #17F98 $$ MSRP o $ $$ EMERLINGDISCOUNT DISCOUNT w w iissonow $ n w o o o 1,1681,477 ison $ $ $ w EMERLING DISCOUNT osw 1,308 s n n i * s s w i i i * 2016 HONDA CRV AWD 2014 FORD S/C 4X4 * $ 2016 HONDA CRV AWD* 2 RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH EMERLING DISCOUNT 1,950 2013 FORD F250 4X4 30,861 w 500 NNow$ 29,704 * NCREW No $ FORDFORD o RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH** 2,5001,500 NNow$ ECO-BOOST RETAIL CASH * N Was 29,995 Was$29,995 29,995 FORD RETAIL BONUS 1,000 N w $Was FORD RETAIL CASH Black, 2,150 Was $29,995 o16T525-A, Black, 12K, 17T559-A, 8-Auto, XL White, 49K,44K, 17T545-A, Diesel, LWB RETAIL 2,500 w6-Auto, FORD RETAIL BONUS CASH s on40K, Brown, 30K, 6-Auto,Platinum Limited Brown, 34K, 17T651-A, 3.5-ECO, Lariat 30K, 8-Auto, i17T561-A, oLariat $CASH Red, 38K, 17T571-A, 8-Auto, XLT Blue, 34K, P17051, 8-AutoSTX n $1,000 s Black, 17K, 18T109-A, 8-Auto, Lariat Silver, 23K, P17135, 1.6-ECO, SE i s $ Green, 16T544-AA, 6-AA, SEL Red, 34K, 1.6-ECO, SE/Roof/NAV i $ w w Silver, 12K, 17T302-A, 8-Ato, Green, 44K 16T544-AA, 6-Auto, SEL Red, 17T660-A, 8-Auto, XLT Red, 89K, 18T52-A, 8-Auto, XLT Red,P17146, 41K, 18T49-A, 1.6 ECO, SE YOU SAVE 3,977 $LT/Cap o o FORD CREDIT BONUS CASH 500 27,720* 28,881* N RETAIL27,707 N BONUS CASH * 500N 27,672* 4,668 YOU SAVE $ $ Red, 18K, 17T508-A, 4-Auto, Touring Blue,18K,17T508-A, 48K, 17T617-B, 8-Auto, FX4 Silv YOU SAVE 4,600 Blue, 92K, 17T420-A, 8-Auto, Lariat/Longbox Red, 4-Auto, Touring YES, IT IS YOU SAVE 5,808 YOU 2013 F150 CREW 4X4 2016 $ YOU YOU 2013FORD FORDF250 F150CREW S/C 4X4 $ F350 CREW 4X4 2014FORD FORD F150 S/C 4X4 2013 FORD F150 S/C 4x4 2013 4X4 2015 FORD EDGE AWD 2016 FORD F250 CREW 2011 F250 S/C 4X4 TRULYFORD POSSIBLE2017 FORD EXPLORER 4X4 FOR FUSION 2014 FORD EXPLORER 4X4 2016 FORD F250 CREW 4X4 2015 2015 FORD 5150F150 S/C 4X4 2014 2014FORD JEEP WRANGLER 4X4 201 2 F150 CREW 4X4 YOU $ YOU $FORD $ PAY $ LOVERS WOW! $ Was 27,995 PAY PAY Was$29,995 26,995 WasFORD 34,995 Was 27,995 Was 34,995 Was 27,995 YOU Was $56,995 2015 FORD FIESTA 2012 TAURUS 2014 FORD FOCUS Was $32,995 $ Was $29,995 Was $49,995 2014 FORD FOCUS Was $37,995 Was $29,995 w w 2014 FORD FUSION SE FWD 20 2 2015 FORD FUSION FWD 2011 FORD FUSION FWD 2014 VW JETTA o Was $55,995 Was Was $28,995 WOW! 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Pric $ This 2016 FUSION FWD $ Presidents Award recipient for $ 2016 FORD FUSION AWD 2016 FORD FUSION FWD 2015 BUICK LACROSSE 2016 FORD FUSION AWD 2015 FORD TAURUS AWD Was 34,995 WAS 25,475 #17F88 $ Was 34,995 Was 34,995 Was 37,995 Buy Used #18T79 Long-Term ESCAPE APE A PE We S FWD FW WD D MSRPow Was $32,995 24,575 #17F98 w #17T263 Was $29,995 Merry Was $32,995 o27,950 iN Was Was 18,995 $28,995 Was Was 18,995 w n Was 21,995 $21,995 w n Addfor$DISCOUNT 1,308 o Was $21,995 Was $21,995 o i $s sECO-BOOST n w 17T263 Cars & Trucks overall Customer Satisfaction w iEMERLING w n o $ WAS *Add sales tax and DMV fees. o EMERLING DISCOUNT 1,950 o $ Satisfaction. s n MSRP 24,645 $ n $ n i $ s s $ $ *OAC for Sales Tax Ta and DMV Fees i i $ $ Cascade Drive, RETAIL CASH 500 *1,477 wSouth * 17,826* ow 18,860 150 18,813 17,888* * 16,822* EMERLING DISCOUNT * * isNNoow$w Now*DISCOUNT * NFORD CASH SATURDAY, 2,150 Christmas! EMERLING Now$ Nisow$18,705 No1,168 RETAILRETAIL CASH ENDS 2,500 SALE 2015 FORD 5150 S/CFWD 4X4 FORD F150 20152015 DODGE CARAVAN 2015 FORD ESCAPE $$ Was 34,995 Was 18,995 Was$18,995 $32,995 oww$$Was iis snonow N $ **
S 32,802* 31,776* 35,779* 28,700 27,887 17,922* 29,334 18,739* 21,447* 16,988 18,839* 18,802 19,706* 16,833 14,997* 15,962*
31,740* 15,988* 28,666 16,664
SANTA CAME EARLY SALE-A-BRATION 31 Anniversary
49,863* 36,831* 45,704* 32,802 37,873* 19,930* 19,877* 18,948* 27,944 21,760* S 19,763 21,762 21,882 23,991 EMERLING FORD st 23,973* 19,977* 19,975* 19,667* 24,802* 22,846* 25,700 25,852* 25,734* 24,802 26,771 26,662 $
SOLD 28,881* 27,672
31,776* 28,700 SOLD
27,720* 27,707 14,997* 15,962* $
31,740* 28,666 SALE ENDS SATURDAY
FORD CREDIT BONUS CASH 500 RETAIL BONUS CASH 18T34-A, 500 XLT Red,13K, 35K, 17T280-A, 8-Auto, Green, 3.5-ECO, XLT DECEMBER 23,$2017 2017 AT at 43PM OCTOBER 28, PM YOU SAVE YOU SAVE $4,600 5,808
Silver, 15K, P17119, 4-Auto, SE Red, 34K, 6-Auto, 4 Dr/Unlmtd White, 42K,18T32-B, 17T696-A, 3.5-ECO, Lariat Silver, 28K, 17T527-A, 6-Auto, SEL
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Published on Dec 13, 2017