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VOLUME 7 ISSUE 10 The Ofﬁcial Newspaper of the Village of Ellicottville, the Town of Ellicottville, Ellicottville Central Schools and the Towns of Great Valley, NY and Mansﬁeld, NY
Mardi Gras and Winter Carnival Weekend!
By Alicia Dziak
MONDAYS & FRIDAYS 5 PM – 7 PM
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Whether you’re in the mood for a fun night on the town or an action-packed day on the slopes, Mardi Gras and Winter Carnival weekend has got you covered! Parades, beads, music, contests, and, of course, costumes, are yours for the taking this weekend as Ellicottville’s biggest family-friendly party of the season returns! It all begins Friday, March 9 with the Masquerade Party at Madigan’s. From 6 to 9 p.m., enjoy a Louisianastyle menu, lots of drink specials and the crowing of the Mardi Gras king and queen. Come hungry, and come in costume! There are great prizes for best Mardi Gras costumes, zaniest people, best head dress, best mask and more. Tickets are $35 until March 2 (order at www.ellicottvilleny. com), and $40 at the door. For more information, call (716) 699-5046. On Saturday, March 10, head to Holiday Valley for their fabulousWinter Carnival, with several new activities on tap. Highlights include the new Snow Kayak demo down Cindy’s, where experts maneuver kayaks down the ski slope. From noon to 3 p.m., Creekside will host family events that include a DJ dance party, obstacle race, scavenger hunt and kiddie tubing, which are also new additions to the carnival. At 2 p.m., check out or take part in the bikini/beer slalom on lower Yodeler. At 3 p.m., don’t miss the See Winter Carnival page 2
Two Soak Up Spring Skiing During Pond Skimming Fun-Filled Races Return to EVL
UPCOMING ENTERTAINMENT AT SENECA ALLEGANY RESORT & CASINO
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By Alicia Dziak
Winter sports enthusiasts know that this time of year means a whole new set of conditions on the slopes. Since the early 2000s, the annual Pond Skimming event has been a great way to welcome the spring skiing season, and this year it returns on Saturday, March 24. This wet and wild event is a great way to take advantage of the rising temps and melting snow. Those in the know wear
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ROOTS & BOOTS SAMMY KERSHAW AARON TIPPIN COLLIN RAYE
APRIL 28, 2018 SENECA ALLEGANY EVENTS CENTER
KING OF THE CAGE MMA MAY 12, 2018 SENECA ALLEGANY EVENTS CENTER
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Eagles Repeat for NYS Ski Title By Sam Wilson
The Ellicottville girls alpine ski team repeated as NYSPHSAA state champions Tuesday, Feb. 27, thanks to some top-10 performances from freshman twins Hayly and Logan Fredrickson. The Fredrickson twins each ﬁnished in the top 10 in both Feb. 26’s slalom and Feb. 27’s giant slalom competitions at Bristol Mountain Ski Resort in Canandaigua. Eighth grader CeCe Carls added 39th and 40th place
See ECS Ski page 7
1-800-745-3000 By Alicia Dziak
Ellicottville is not only a haven for winter sports, but it’s also a place to enjoy outdoor activities year-round. As the temps continue to rise this month, it’s time to think spring and plan for two super fun races coming to Holiday Valley. On Saturday, May 12, the Happy Half makes its way to town once again, and aims to put a smile on everyone’s faces. Race organizers, who also run the EVL Half in the fall, emphasize that they want to help put the fun into running. The course will feature fun distractions, and at the end, everyone will enjoy entertainment, great food and beer as
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10AM-5PM.....................Safety Patrol Cookout - Base of Yodeler Family events at Creekside Lodge 12-3:30PM ......DJ dance party, beverages for mom & dad, appearances from Mr. Happy & Mudslide Mable! 1PM.....................Kids obstacle race - outside Creekside Lodge 1:45PM..............Kids scavenger hunt - playground adjacent to Creekside Lodge 1-3PM ................Tubing for kids - bottom of Rail Fun Park 3PM ....................Cardboard Box Race - next to Handle Tow 12-2PM..............................Face painting - Creekside Lodge & Tannenbaum Lodge 12-1PM ..............................Kayak Race - demo by expert kayakers - lower Cindy's 12PM-4:30PM ..............Mountain Crew Snowbar - Base of Yodeler 12-3PM .............................Mercy Flight Raffle at Snowbar 1-3PM ..............................Win Sum ski racing on Foxfire 1-3PM ..............................Snowbar lawn games 2PM ..............................Bikini/Beer Race on Yodeler 4-8PM ..............................Live entertainment - Mo Porter - Yodeler Lodge 6:30PM..............................Mardi Gras Parade - Downtown Ellicott ville
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Annual Ski Patrol Food Drive
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Cardboard Box Race, which will include prizes for most original, funniest, best costumes and fastest time. Entry in the race is $5; details and entry form can be found at holidayvalley. com/carnival. At 6 p.m., head to the Village for the annual Mardi Gras parade, a spectacle not to be missed. Have no fear— the Ellicottville version is family-friendly! Make it even more fun by entering a ﬂoat, or come in your zaniest costume and walk in the parade. For more information call (716) 699-5046. The fun continues Sunday with another full lineup of activities at the Valley. Starting at 9 a.m., grab a bite at the Ski Patrol Pancake Breakfast at the top of Champagne warming hut. The Costume Parade begins at noon, with line up at 11:45 a.m. Put some effort into those costumes— judging is at the bottom of the hill and the prizes are awesome! Also at noon is the Lederhosen Ski Club hot dog cookout and Ellicottville Ski Club wine and cheese, located slopeside by Holiday Valley Lodge. At 2 p.m. head to Yodeler for the Dummy Downhill, where participants send their homemade dummies down the hill. If you’re looking to enter a dummy of your own, here are the requirements: Dummies
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ECS NEWS Winter Sports Banquet
The ECS Winter Sports Banquet is scheduled for Monday March 19 at 6 p.m. in the High School Cafeteria. All studentathletes will need to make reservations prior to Thursday, March 15 by returning reservation cards to the high school ofﬁce. For reservation purposes, please indicate the total number attending. There will
be no cost to our studentathletes, compliments of the Sports Boosters; cost is $4 for senior citizens $7 for adults. Reminder that we have a dress code for all banquets that asks all our attendees to dress neatly. Parents and student-athletes are asked to remain for the entire program and to be courteous to each of the programs and players. We
anticipate being ﬁnished by 8 p.m. All of our studentathletes are encouraged to be in attendance. The members of the Board of Education, administration, coaches and community are extremely proud of the dedication, character and sportsmanship that our student-athletes show at all our competitions. Congratulations to all ECS teams!
Two Seats Open on Ellicottville School Board
Nominating petitions for the Ellicottville Central School District Board of Education are now available. The annual election will be held on Tuesday, May 15 to ﬁll the seats currently held by board members Roger Spell and William Murphy. Nominating petitions must be ﬁled with the district clerk by 5 p.m. on Monday, April 16. Petitions must contain
the signatures and legal addresses of at least 25 qualiﬁed voters living in the Ellicottville Central School District. A qualiﬁed voter must be a United States citizen, be at least 18 year of age, a district resident for 30 days prior to the election, with their current address on the nominating petition. To qualify as a candidate, one must be a qualiﬁed voter and a district resident for
one year immediately prior to the election. The two candidates receiving the highest number of votes will each serve a ﬁve-year term, beginning on July 1 and expiring on June 30, 2023. Nominating petitions are available in the district ofﬁce, weekdays between the hours of 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. when school is in session.
A Good Philo’snow’phy
By Louisa Benatovich, ECS Student Reporter
“Snow day.” When one hears those words, no matter the age, the heart lifts a little. The promise of no school or homework is enough to warrant a small “yippee” from even the most solemn student. In the United States, the snow day carries proliﬁc weight. Sensationalized in movies, it is the day to sleep in, have snowball ﬁghts, and ﬁnd your true love. It is a day that all students hope for; the day where anything can happen. On Friday, March 2, ECS parents received a 5:30 p.m. per Louisa. call with the news: school would be shut down. Ellicottville, known for its heavy snow and cold winters, usually braves the wintry weather—in fact, snow days at ECS are almost nonexistent—but this time was different. Rearing his ugly head, Old Man Winter ravaged every inch of western New York. Don’t drive unless necessary, the media pleaded, expect abnormally high winds. Ellicottvillians pushed on, driving to work, staying at school for musical rehearsal, ﬁnishing mounds of homework. No one expected to get the day off. As schools and universities around the area began to close, it became apparent that this weather might not be as manageable as was once thought. Like dominoes, power went out in most local homes, affecting many students. Thankful to have power, I watched the snow drifts climb higher and wondered how I’d make it to SAT Prep in the morning. When I received the snow day news, I must admit, I had mixed feelings: a strange brew of one part child-like excitement and 20 parts STRESS. I had so much weekend homework! Trying to change my pessimistic view, I decided to ask others how they felt
about this snow day. Maybe they had some insight that I had overlooked. After speaking to Crystal Wilder, middle and high school music teacher at ECS, I realized I had tunnel vision. More had been affected by the snow day than I had originally thought. “Normally, I would be very excited about the day off,” Wilder explained. “However, I (was) sad for many of our musicians across the county that will miss out on (the) weekend’s CCMTA All-County experience.” All-County is an annual two-day event where the area’s most talented musicians perform together in various instrumental and choral ensembles. Olean High School, this year’s venue, was shut down. Many were disappointed at the missed opportunity. “I (was) also concerned that we are losing a band rehearsal. We have a concert on Thursday,” Wilder continued. “On the other hand, it is nice being home relaxing with my family.” Her daughter Isabella, a 3rd grader, was “excited to stay home because she could read and play all day.” Ah, the optimistic eyes of youth. Abby Sonnenberg, a junior at ECS, had a less enjoyable experience. She was one of many in the area whose home had suffered a power outage. “It was absolutely terrible,” she recalled. “We had no power and our heat runs on electricity, so my family and I huddled in the living room with our wood stove for warmth.” Her family, like many others, were powerless for 16 hours. “It did make me appreciate the little things,” Abby admitted. “I had my family, my dog, and food. That’s all I needed. This world is so reliant on electricity. I could totally picture how the aliens would get us.” Carolyn Bauer, teacher
and yearbook advisor, echoed the feelings of the many staff members at ECS. “For me, snow days are about getting up when I want, not when the alarm clock tells me, which is nice,” she told me. “But I confess I always stress a little about all the things I was going to do with my students that now need to be moved around.” This stress is present in all classes, especially Regents math courses, which always suffer a time crunch at the year’s end. With this even sadder information, I wondered if I’d ever enjoy the snow day. The answer came much later as I sat in the ER, 24 hours after that fateful call. I glanced around, eyes clouded in tiredness, noticing all the waiting patients. Most had ice packs on arms and wrists, ankles and feet. I looked to the seat next to me, at my mother’s ﬁnger bent in an unnatural ‘Z’, and hoped a room would open soon. I ﬁnd that my most philosophical thoughts strike me after witching hour, when the world is quiet and people are still. I looked at the picture Ginna Hensel had sent me, the one used above. The snow looked so gentle, resting daintily on each branch. It was hard to imagine this snow had cause unhappiness, pain, and stress. I realized that it was all about perception. Yes, this snow day had caused unhappiness for some, but it had also caused joy for others. I was thankful for the men and women up at the crack of dawn, clearing the roads. I was thankful for Dr. Mat at Olean General who popped that ﬁnger into place. Life is all about “buts” and “howevers”— the little words that are sandwiched by positive and negative. We must focus on the positive; a snow day is only as magical as you make it.
Great Valley Senior Group
The Great Valley Senior Group (including the towns of Great Valley, Salamanca, Ellicottville, Humphrey and Mansﬁeld) will meet at the Great Valley Fire Hall on Wednesday, March 14, 2018. Please bring a dish to pass and your own place setting. The luncheon will be served at 1 p.m. Come early to visit with your friends. Call Yvonne Darts at 244-6267 for more information. We will be collecting non-perishable food to be donated to the Food Pantry in Ellicottville. Please bring donations to the meeting. The food gathered will be taken to the Food Pantry immediately following the meeting. Also, the travel committee will be telling us what trips we will be taking this summer. Come join us. See you there.
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EVGV Trail Committee Prepares to Move Forward
The EVGV Trail Committee met this week to discuss their plans to move forward with the Ellicottville Great Valley recreational trail. Randy Glenn from Evans Insurance Agency did a presentation regarding insurance for trail center trail construction. Committee members Mark Alianello and Matt McAndrew met with Karl Northrup regarding clearing work that needed to be done at the Town Center. Alianello suggested that clearing and dropping trees needs to happen soon as not to disrupt the bat population; removal of small brush should start by the end of March. Per Northrup, machine rental is a Fecon head mounted on a track skid steer, and it would be needed for 2-3 days to complete the work, and Northrup would donate his time. Linda Barley was introduced as member of committee. The next meeting of the trail committee will be held on Monday, April 2 at 3:30 p.m. at Town Center. For more info, visit www.evgvtrail.org.
Football Coaches React to New Sec. 6 Alignment
By Sam Wilson
The rise in merged football programs has left just four teams in Section Class D next season, presenting a unique challenge both to the teams left in the division and those jumping up to the C level. Just one merged program remains in Class D on the basis of its BEDS (Basic Education Data System) ﬁgures, Clymer/ Sherman/Panama, and will play against Salamanca, Cattaraugus-Little Valley and defending champion Maple Grove. Section 6 denied an appeal by Franklinville/Ellicottville to stay in Class D, after the sectional merger committee ruled it could not stay at that level under a “dominance” policy. Thus, the Titans will play in Class C South, bumping up along with Portville (just seven over the Class D cutoff of 229 with a BEDS number of 236) and two new merged teams, Randolph/ Frewsburg and Chautauqua Lake/Westﬁeld. The new Class C South division includes F/E, Allegany-Limestone, Portville, Randolph/ Frewsburg, Falconer/ Cassadaga Valley, Southwestern and Chautauqua Lake/ Westﬁeld. The seven teams play six league games and one non-league, while the four Class D teams play three home-and-home serieses with their league opponents and two nonleague games, starting playoffs in the semiﬁnals in Week 9. F/E coach Chad Bartoszek said the move to Class C impacts his program’s scouting and scheduling to start with. “The initial reaction was not 100 percent against
it,” Bartoszek said, “just it’s going to create some new challenges... our comfortability with the league, different things like that are going to be challenged. Then we kind of just explored the reasons why. Why are we being moved up? What’s changing and I know the numbers issues with merged programs is going to be a big issue going forward, so I understand, I think that’s probably where we’re headed. We’re going to head to a place where there’s a lot of C schools and the D league is going to suffer for that. I understand that part of it, we’re not shying away from what we have in terms of our numbers.” He noted his 2017 team was particularly seniorladen, including four Big 30 all-stars set to graduate. So while the section cited the Titans’ four straight sectional championship appearances, one victory, and a high margin of victory in most regular season games, next year will mark a transition for F/E regardless of its class. “The timing is a little bit suspect just due to the fact that we’re losing a large number of players, a large number of seniors who were as talented as we’ve ever had,” Bartoszek said. “I guess when you use the dominance term, we have had success, but there are reasons for that success as well and it’s not speciﬁcally numbers. There’s two sides to the coin, but I do understand the section’s part and I believe this is probably where we’re headed. We’re going to head to a place where these merged programs are going to take 100 percent of their numbers and we’re going
to form a bigger C class and some of them are going to move up to Bs. “Having said all that, we’re going to be ready to play in the C division. It’s a tough division. It’s a good division. We’ve got a lot of local schools. What happens next year is up in the air still because it’s a one-year thing. There’s a little bit of unfamiliarity with the whole process just because it hasn’t happened to us before.” The only other instance of Section 6 declining a football merger was with Class C state champion Maple Grove/ Chautauqua Lake. But while those schools split rather than move to Class B, Bartoszek said Franklinville and Ellicottville didn’t consider ending their merger. “From the beginning it was always ‘what are we going to do together?’” Bartoszek said. “This program is going to stay together, the numbers just don’t bear out. We’ve worked as a program and as an administration and communities, we’ve worked really hard to put together a pretty good product and this program is going in the right direction. We just need to adjust to our new circumstances. The Ds have perennially been pretty tough, so going into the Cs there are going to be challenges in terms of some bigger sized schools. We’ve already been through some pretty tough gauntlets the last four years. We’re just going to have to get a little better and I think we’re going to be able to continue our success as long as our kids step up to the challenge during the offseason here and get better.”
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Eugene P. Henderson, 88, of 15 New Street, Hazel Hurst, passed away Saturday (March 3, 2018) at his residence. Born March 31, 1929, in Bradford, he was a son of the late Silas and Mary Transue Scott. On September 22, 1951, at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Mt. Jewett, he married Shirley "Pat" Schlopy who survives. Gene lived in Hazel Hurst for most of his life and attended Smethport High School and the Hobart School of Welding in Troy, Ohio. He also earned a degree in vocational education at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. He served with the US Army in Germany. He was a welding instructor at the Cattaraugus-Allegany BOCES Center in Ellicottville and was selected as "National Teacher of the Year" by the American Welding Society. Previously, he had been named New York State Welding "Teacher of the Year" before receiving the national award. Upon receiving the award, it was stated that Mr. Henderson was nominated because he "consistently went above and beyond the duties of a welding instructor". Gene had been an adviser for the local chapter of the Vocational-Industrial Clubs of America for 20 years. During that time, he helped produce eight winners at the state level competition. He was an NRA member and belonged to the American Welding Society. He was also an avid, hunter, ﬁsherman and outdoorsman. Surviving, in addition to his wife, are two daughters, Debra (Frank) Dawidowicz of Southington, CT and Patricia (Michael) Nordin of Hazel Hurst; a son, Steve (Diane) Henderson of Hazel Hurst; six grandsons, Todd, Adam and Evan Dawidowicz, Michael and Aaron Henderson and Daniel Nordin; three granddaughters, Melissa Munterich, Alyssa Geras and Abigayle Nordin; and 17 great-grandchildren. Along with his parents, he was preceded in death by two great-grandsons, Emmett and Gabriel Dawidowicz; a brother, Duane "Dewey" Henderson ; and a sister, Charlotte Speer. Friends will be received at the Cummings Funeral Home, Inc. in Kane, on Thursday from 2:00 to 4:00 pm and 7:00 to 9:00 pm. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Mt. Jewett at 9:00 am Friday with the Rev. Vincent Cieslewicz, pastor, as Celebrant. Burial, with military honors accorded, will be in Nebo Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the Hazel Hurst United Methodist Church or the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. Online condolences can be expressed at www.cummingsfh.com.
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chairlift up!) and end with the famous mudslide down the bottom of Yodeler. In between, racers make their way under, over and through a variety of awesome obstacles, most of which are designed to produce extra muddy results! Afterwards, enjoy a post-race party on the Champagne Sundeck, complete with a variety of food and drinks, music and awards. The Kids’ MiniMudslide course is 1/2 mile long and will include several obstacles plus the mudslide.
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part of a great party at Holiday Valley. The day will feature a Half Marathon, 5K, and a Beer Mile for those with iron stomachs. Get ready, get set, get happy! For more info, including registration details, visit happyhalfrun. com. Do you like challenging obstacles and muds? On Saturday, June 16, the Holiday Valley Mudslide returns for its seventh year. Choose from the 3.5 or 5.4 mile courses, that both start by Spruce Lake (you even get to ride the
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Start and ﬁnish is at the Training Center. The miniMudslide takes place at approximately 1:30. Register your child under the Yodeler Deck for $10. A portion of the proceeds will beneﬁt Jim Kelly’s Hunter’s Hope Foundation, a non-proﬁt organization committed to giving hope through education and awareness, research, and family care for Krabbe, Leukodystrophies, and Newborn Screening. For more info, visit www. holidayvalley.com.
Religious Services Holy Name of Mary RC Church, Ellicottville 20-22 Jefferson St., 699-2592 Sat. Vigil Mass 5pm Sun. Holy Mass 8am &10:30am
St. John’s Episcopal Church, Ellicottville Washington and Jefferson Sts. 945-1820, Services 5pm Sat
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Ellicottville
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ﬁnishes for the Eagles. The team scores use the top four results from a team’s three skiers in two events stationary bicycle — 30 — slalom and giant slalom seconds of maximal effort — giving 24 points for ﬁrst pedaling, followed by a place (among team skiers, not brief rest, repeated ﬁve or individual qualiﬁers), 23 for six times — led to the same second, 22 for third, etc. The health beneﬁts as 90 to 120 Fredricksons took 24 and 22 minutes of steady-state cycling. Even taking a break points — ﬁrst and third among competing teams — in both at work/home to huff it up and down the stairs for 3,5 or the slalom and giant slalom, good for 92 points, topping even 10 minutes can be the (Section 3) Old Forge’s 83. extra exercise you need to By Kim Duke Ellicottville’s best run get you past a ﬁtness plateau. NETA & AAFA Certified came on Feb. 27, the second Add some triceps dips and Trainer of the two-day competition, inclined push ups to your A couple of my clients as Logan Fredrickson placed routine and you are golden. told me they do not read second overall in the giant For this article, I Googled my articles because they slalom with a total of 2:03.14, are too long. My knee-jerk ‘short and sweet workouts’ reaction was to be annoyed, and a variety of exercise ideas just 0.12 seconds behind winner Katie Carrier (2:03.02) for all ﬁtness levels popped but then, I also ﬁnd myself of Victor. Logan’s second run skimming articles that I ﬁnd up. So, if you’re lacking down the GS of 1:00.73 was ideas, that’s a good place interesting, but go on and the best of any competitor to start. Even better, ask a on. that day and nearly caught professional. If you already So, I thought I would Carrier for ﬁrst overall. Hayly train at a gym or studio, do write an article this week Fredrickson took sixth overall not hesitate to pick the brain that is not only short and at 2:05.58 (1:03.18, 1:02.40). sweet, but also, about short of your ﬁtness instructor or “I’m excited. It’s a personal trainer. Often times, and sweet workouts. challenge,” said Kelly these individuals can quickly No one wants to spend Fredrickson, Logan and give you a precise formula to their entire day in the gym Hayly’s dad and Ellicottville’s ﬁt your speciﬁc needs since to get results. Unless you make your living in the gym they have either worked with coach. “Ski racing is very ... anything can happen, someone you or know your abilities/ or on the ﬁeld of play, it’s can fall, conditions can be bad not practical or necessary. A limitations. for a certain run. It’s hard to be Sounds great, right? Wait current trend is developing consistent at, so it’s quite an that involves short workouts, – what exactly are those accomplishment. and science is catching up to beneﬁts, anyways? Some of “(Their times) were good. these time-crunched training the beneﬁts are improved They’ve been skiing well all endurance capacity, better sessions, proving that less season, so I expected them to blood pressure, and even can be more. do well, hoped they would do Short workouts, like HIIT a reduction in blood sugar or Tabata, can give the same levels after exercise. Keeping well.” The Fredrickson twins a more consistent exercise amount of physiological have been skiing since age routine will also help your beneﬁt as workouts twice 2 or 3, and competitively in waistline and help improve or three times as long. club skiing for Holiday Valley your overall mood. A 2006 study by Martin And, remember— you can since age 7. Logan earned the Gibala, a physiologist at Olean Times Herald’s Monday never expect to succeed if McMaster University in athlete of the week honor for you only put in work on the Ontario, showed that a her efforts. days you feel like it. 3-minute sequence on a
In the slalom on Feb. 26, Logan took sixth in 1:46.01 (:53.90, :52.11) and Hayly was 10th at 1:47.82 (:53.85, :53.97). Carls took 39th in the slalom at 2:04.10 (1:03.25, 1:00.85) and 40th in the GS at 2:21.21 (1:10.56, 1:10.65). Carrier won the combined individual championship. With such a young team (two freshmen and an eighth grader), the Eagles should compete for team and individual titles for years to come. “The goal now is to continue this for the next three more years and also win the individual title for the individual slalom, individual GS,” Kelly Fredrickson said, “which Logan, she missed ﬁrst place by 0.12 of a second, combined time. She almost won it. The second run of the GS, she beat everybody by over a half a second.” Freshman Mitchell Azcarte led the eighth-place (37 points) Ellicottville boys team with a 22nd ﬁnish in the slalom at 1:29.62 (:45.90,:43.72), while classmate Adrian DeOrbe took a DNF after a ﬁrst run of :51.73. Azcarte was 36th in the GS at 2:15.27 (1:05.83, 1:09.44) while DeOrbe was 38th at 2:16.97 (1:06.68, 1:10.29). “Not that it’s not hard in the girls (competition) but boys, for two ninth grade boys, they’re competing against boys that are bigger than me,” Fredrickson said. Pittsford won the boys team competition with 92 points, led by combined champion Max Hopﬁnger.
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Tax Forms – We currently have IRS tax forms and booklets as well as NYS forms and instruction booklets. Book Sale - The President’s Day book sale will continue until March 19th and will be open during normal business hours. If you have books to donate to the sale, please hold on to them until May, prior to the Memorial Day Book Sale. Artwork at the Library – currently we have artwork in our gallery area that was created by local painter
Miranda Turner. Come check out these beautiful works of art! Ukrainian Easter Eggs- come join instructor Cathy Lacy and make your own Ukrainian Easter eggs. This class will be held on March 13th from 6 – 8 pm. Registration is required due to limited class size. Minimum age of 12. Seasonal Felted Décor –This class will be held on Wednesday, April 11th from 6 to 8 pm. There will be time to make several felted ornaments, animals, pins, etc. Class size is limited and is available for adults and children over age 10. Please call the library at 699-2842 to register.
Book Club - meets the 1st Wednesday of the month at 1:30 pm. The March 7th book is “If You Ask Me” by Betty White. Contact Joyce Evans at 474-7679 for more information. New members are always welcome to join this relaxed and informal group! Adult Coloring – come join Cathy Lacy for a relaxing, stress free, creative break in your day! Every Tuesday from 2 pm to 3 pm at the Ellicottville Library. Free program, all supplies provided. Bring Out Your Inner Child!!! Knitting (& crochet) Club – The Knitting Club meets on Mondays at the Library. The next meeting is March 19th from 6-8 pm. All abilities welcome – just bring some yarn and your needles! Story time is every Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. www.ellicottvillelibrary. org – check out our newly designed website for more information on new arrivals of books, coming events and classes, and browse the system catalog for books, eBooks and movies.
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A stunning domestic thriller in which a woman must make the impossible choice between defending her husband and saving herself. When Angela met Jason Powell while catering a dinner party in East Hampton, she assumed their romance would be a short-lived ﬂing. To her surprise, Jason, a brilliant economics professor at NYU, had other plans, and they married the following summer. Six years later, Jason has become a cultural lightning rod, placing Angela near the spotlight she worked so carefully to avoid. When a college intern makes an accusation against Jason, and another woman, Kerry Lynch, comes forward with an even more troubling allegation, their perfect life begins to unravel. Jason insists he is innocent, and Angela believes him. But when Kerry disappears, Angela is forced to take a closer look—at both the man she married and the women she chose not to believe. This book is currently available in book format only at the Ellicottville Memorial Library. It is also available as a large print book or an audiobook using our interlibrary loan program. Or download the eBook or eAudiobook version to your own device. Don’t forget, you can access over 15,300 eBooks and eAudiobooks using your library card!
New Rotary Club members are always welcome – come to a meeting and see what it’s all about. Meetings are held every Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. at the Ellicottville American Legion on Maples Road. If you’d like to donate to the Rotary Club of Ellicottville, please send your check to: Foundation for Youth, PO Box 101 Ellicottville, NY 14731.
A Calendar of Events for Ellicottville and Surrounding Communities March 10-11 Holiday Valley’s Winter Carnival & Ellicottville’s Mardi Gras 2018
For more information on this event please visit www. HolidayValley.com March 17 Cordelian Club St. Patrick’s Day Celebration fundraiser for Bertrand Chaffee Hospital Drinks, food, games, dancing, rafﬂes, music by Tailor Made DJ. 7:00 p.m., $35 at Springville Vol. Fire Hall. Call 863-8016 March 16-18 SGI High School Musical Beauty and the Beast springvillegi.org March 18 Colden Fire Company Annual Pancake Breakfast 8am - 1pm Colden Fire Company 8448 Guttenkunst Road, Colden March 17-18 & 24-25 Annual WNY Maple Weekends 2018
What better way to spend a day with family and friends at that at the 22nd
Annual Maple Weekend™ on March 17-18 and March 24-25, 2018 from 10am4pm each day presented by the New York State Maple Producers Association. March 21 7-9pm Landforms dance duo at the Regina A Quick Center All performances are free for St. Bonaventure University students, faculty and staff. For ticket information, call the Quick Center Box Ofﬁce at 716-375-2494. March 21 The Continental Glacier and Cattaraugus County’ at Nannen Arboretum The Nannen Arboretum Society of Ellicottville, NY is proud to present the ﬁrst of the 2018 educational classes for the general public. For more information on this event please visit http://www. nannenarboretum.org/ March 23 Food Pantry 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Trading Post, 38 Franklin St., Springville
March 24 Holiday Valley’s Spring Pond Skimming Party 2018 Sign up to skim across an ice water ﬁlled pond or just watch, it’s a guaranteed good time. Registration outside Yodeler Lodge starting at 11:00AM, free! For more information on this event please visit 1www.holidayvalley.com April 1 Trout Season Opens! Trout Season opens in our area on April 1st! The Enchanted Mountains provides some of the best Steelhead ﬁshing opportunities in the Cattaraugus Creek. No matter if you’re an avid angler or simply a fairweather ﬁsherman (or woman) we have a place where you will surely be hooked! April 1 Sprague’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt and Breakfast with the Easter Bunny For more information on this event please visit http://www. spraguesmaplefarms.com
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Letters to the Editor Dear Editor; On behalf of The Ken Brown 700 Club, we would like to thank all of those who contributed in so many ways to making our 18th Annual Fundraising Party a success. As a result of the funds raised through the luncheon, donations and our auction, we will be in a position to help out many local organizations again this year. We would particularly like to thank the management of Holiday Valley for once again allowing us to hold the event on the Yodeler Lodge Terrace. In spite of the weather, which turned quite raw at times, we had an enthusiastic crowd. The lunch could not have been possible without all the hard work of Vicky and Moose Brown of the Depot. We also want to thank our major donors who sponsored our luncheon – Cattaraugus County Bank, Hodgson Russ and Team Pritchard, ERA Realty. In spite of the cool weather, we served lunch to over 250 and, fortunately, many stayed after lunch for the auction. It was also successful again, thanks to the generous contributions from local businesses, our two ski areas and members of the public. Throughout the event, 50-50 draw tickets were sold and the winner pocketed $250! The beneﬁciaries of our fundraising will be the local organizations we plan on supporting. Last year we donated $9,000. Our donations in 2018 are expected to bring our total donations back to the community close to $80,000 since the humble beginning of the club 18 years ago, when Kenny Brown and nine of his friends decided to do their bit for our community. Last but not least we want to thank all of our members, not only for their ﬁnancial contributions to the Club, but also for for the many hours they, and their friends spend each year organizing the party, serving food and drinks, and generally assisting in any way to make the event a success. The motto of the Club, “Help Us Help Others,” was exactly what Kenny Brown intended for the Club 18 years ago. It still describes the appeal the Club makes to this day. Thanks to everyone for helping us continue with that work. Anyone 70 years of age or older who would like to be a part of the organization should contact one of the members named below. The Ken Brown 700 Club Steering Committee Don Ames 244-1135 Werner Gerbes 945-2199 Ron Moro 699-2061 Ollie Hazard 699 -4091 Dave Jones 699-8335 Terry Mark 244-1684 PENGUIN PADDLE THANKS YOU! A basic Thank You is easy. A deep-seated, sincere Thank You, not so much. The support that the Lounsbury Adaptive Ski Program at Holiday Valley have received from the greater Ellicottville Community has been nothing short of miraculous. It is easy to be a supporter when the sun in shining, there is a gentle breeze and the skiing is good. Penguin Paddle Saturday arrived with warm temperatures, rain, a cloudy day and a minimum amount of skiers. But in the afternoon the people came! Penguin Paddle was supported by happy enthusiastic staff and friends, even people we’ve never met. You were all there for Lounsbury! Always have been and God-willing, you always will be. Thank you, once again. I hope we can continue to make a difference in people’s lives. Mary Ellen Racich Director Lounsbury Adaptive Ski Program Letter to the Editor We rented a house at HoliMont last week, Monday through Saturday. As you know, we woke up Friday to at least 16” of snow. I thought we’d have a difﬁcult time getting to Holiday Valley or in to town. I was surprised to see the roads clear at 9 a.m. and in town, the DPW was already hard at work clearing downed trees and sidewalks. Living east of Pittsburgh, we are used to snow , however we would still be cleaning up. You can be proud of your Village’s workers and the efforts of your Road crews. Thank you for an enjoyable week. Greg from Pittsburgh
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Cattaraugus, Allegany Counties Showcased on Amazon in ‘Fireball Run’
Cattaraugus County attractions, and some in Allegany County, are enjoying some of the national spotlight in Season 10 of the television show “Fireball Run.” Episodes of the 26-episode adventure-travel series — which premiered on Amazon Video in January — spotlight the history and people of Western New York, with ﬁlming occurring locally in September of 2016. The village of Allegany, with Mayor Greg Pearl, volunteered to be the backdrop for the Green Flag Start location of Season 10, which coincided with Bonagany on Sept. 24, 2016. “Fireball Run” is best described as a contest, history and travel show combined. Filmed in real-time, the eight day, 2,000-mile journey of 40 driving teams as they receive several clues which, if solved, lead to rare. The race covered New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Connecticut and Massachusetts. The Seneca Salamanca Chamber of Commerce and the Cattaraugus County Tourism ofﬁce brought together attractions in the county that could be featured, says Jacquie
Gardner, county tourism specialist. These locations included: • St. Bonaventure University’s Rare Book Collection, with a Medieval scroll manuscript from the 1300s written on 18 feet of sheep skin. • The Ischua Valley Historical Society and the Miner’s Cabin in Franklinville. • Della Moore, of Olean’s African American Center for Cultural Development, teamed up with the IVHS and captured one of the more emotional scenes of the show, when contestants were able to view and hold an extremely rare original trade agreement between slave owners. • The Hinsdale House dared contestants to be brave enough to enter the house and capture their bravery via a selﬁe. • The Allegany Library, where contestants were “locked up” in their vault. • Seneca Salamanca Chamber organized the locations of The Salamanca Rail Museum, Allegany State Park and the SenecaIroquois National Museum. Contestants got to be the conductor of the model train located in the Salamanca Rail Museum, climb all the way to the top of the Summit Fire Tower
in Allegany State Park, and touch a historically signiﬁcant Wampum Belt in the Seneca-Iroquois National Museum. “Being able to view The Fireball Race through Amazon Prime gives our community an unprecedented opportunity for everyone around the globe to share the beauty and the rich history of our area,” said John Sheehan, executive director of the Seneca Salamanca Chamber of Commerce. Contestants stayed at Holiday Valley Resort, adding to the challenges with contestants going down the Mountain Coaster. While in Ellicottville, they also had to seek out the Trivial Pursuit House and snap a photo while in front. “Our involvement in the race not only increased the visibility of Cattaraugus County, but also with the relationships that were formed, we have already have seen positive results for the county,” Sheehan said. The series is distributed by Amazon online and is free for Prime members. The entire 10th season of “Fireball Run” is also available to download at Amazon.com.
After leading their teams to 9-1 records in CCAA East-2 play and co-league championship, Ellicottville senior Elliot Bowen and Franklinville senior Sam Erickson earned co-MVPs to lead the postseason awards decided by league coaches. Eagles coach Dave McCann and the Panthers’ Jeff Haskell also shared co-coach of the year awards.
Two more Ellicottville seniors, Grifﬁn Chudy and Austin Grinols, and two Franklinville seniors, Isaac Kopp and Darren Clark, made the ﬁrst-team all-stars, along with Forestville senior Lewis Markham. Ellicottville junior Steven Rowland and Franklinville senior Brock Blecha made the second team, along with Pine Valley seniors Zach Mansﬁeld and Trent
Mikalko and North Collins senior Brandon Zielinski. Honorable mentions included Cattaraugus-Little Valley senior Austin Baker, Ellicottville seniors Deric Leiper and Noah Stuve and Franklinville senior Dylan Burton. Pine Valley won the team sportsmanship award, represented by senior Zach Mansﬁeld.
Ellicottville’s Bowen Named Co-MVP
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Pond Skimming Continued from front page
creative costumes, ski down the hill, and at the bottom, skim across an icy cold pond. If you’ve never noticed a pond at the bottom of Yodeler, that’s because it’s there for this event and this event only! The pond is created from the huge mound of snow used for the Winter Carnival Snowbar. A Snowcat digs the hole, which is then covered with a tarp and the snowmaking system is used to ﬁll it up. Since the
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water is cold to begin with, and surrounded by snow, the end result is an extrachilly makeshift pond, perfect for challenging those daredevils as they head down the hill on skis and try to skim across. You can sign up to ski across the ice-water ﬁlled pond or just cheer on the brave competitors—it’s a guaranteed good time either way. Registration is free and starts outside Yodeler Lodge at 11 a.m. (Kids under 18 must
have a parent signature; minimum age is 8 years old.) All participants get a one-day pool pass for the Holiday Valley summer pool complex. Pond Skimming starts at about 1 p.m. and prizes will be awarded for Best Skimmer, Best Costume, Best Kid and Best Splash. If that’s not enough, enjoy music, a minisnowbar with drink specials and a barbeque. For more info, visit www.holidayvalley.com.
Celebrate the Season: Mardi Gras Must-Haves
It’s the feast before the fast: Mardi Gras! The literal translation of this French term is “Fat Tuesday,” the day of celebration before the start of Lent, the 40-day period of fasting and prayer before Easter Sunday. Even though Mardi Gras was Feb.13, here in Ellicottville, it’s celebrated at the end of winter during Winter Carnival Weekend! Make your own mask to wear to the Masquerade Party this Friday night and bake a delicious King Cake to celebrate Mardi Gras and the end of winter! Decorative masks are central to traditional Mardi Gras celebrations and date back to the 19th century when the ﬁrst ofﬁcial Mardi Gras parade was held in New Orleans. Since Mardi Gras is traditionally a carefree celebration before the solemnity of Lent, the masks have always allowed revelers to have fun and express themselves anonymously. Continue the mischievousness of the masks by making your own this weekend! To get started, download
a mask template: https:// snapcreativity.com/sewmardi-gras-masks/ has some free templates to use. Once you have printed and cut out a template, cut out a rectangle of decorative fauxsatin fabric and a rectangle of felt that are slightly larger than the mask. Place a two-sided fusible interface between the two pieces of fabric (right side out) and iron the pieces together. Pin the mask template to the fabric and cut out the shape of the mask; use pinking shears to prevent fraying, if you like. Trace the eye holes on the felt side of the mask and carefully cut them out using sharp scissors. Apply Fray Check or a clear-drying craft glue to the cut edges to make sure they don’t fray. Paint a wooden dowel and let dry. Wrap and glue a piece of felt around one end of the dowel and, once dry, glue it to the back of the mask. Use your imagination and decorate the mask with whatever you like! Try feathers, faux jewels, glitter glue, ribbon and more to make the mask your own (or to match the rest of your ensemble).
A Mardi Gras celebration would not be complete without a slice of King Cake, a tasty sweet bread that is meant to be eaten between Jan. 6 (Kings’ Day, in honor of the three wise men’s visit to baby Jesus) and Mardi Gras. Traditionally, the cake has a small plastic baby baked into it to symbolize baby Jesus, and whoever gets the slice containing the baby is “King for the day”! In a large bowl, dissolve 2 packages (.25 oz each) of active dry yeast and ½ cup of white sugar in a large bowl with 1 cup of warm milk. Let stand until creamy (about 10 minutes). Stir 5 egg yolks and ½ cup of melted butter into the egg mixture. In a separate bowl, combine 4 cups of ﬂour, 2 teaspoons of salt, 1 teaspoon of ground nutmeg and 1 teaspoon of grated lemon zest. Beat the ﬂour mixture into the milk/egg mixture one cup at a time. When the dough has pulled together, turn it out onto a lightly ﬂoured surface and knead until smooth, about 8 minutes. Lightly oil a large bowl, and place the dough in it and turn to coat
with the oil. Cover with a damp cloth and let rise in a warm place until the dough has doubled in volume (about 2 hours). In a small bowl, combine 1 package (8 oz.) of cream cheese and 1/2 cup confectioners' sugar. Mix well. In another small bowl, combine 2 more cups of confectioners' sugar, ¼ cup of lemon juice and 2 tablespoons of milk. Mix well and set aside. Turn the dough out onto a ﬂoured surface. Roll the dough out into a 6x30inch rectangle. Spread the cream cheese ﬁlling across the center of the dough. Bring the two long edges together and seal completely. Using your hands, shape the dough into a long cylinder and place on a greased baking sheet, seam-side down. Shape the dough into a ring and press the baby into the ring from the bottom so that it is completely hidden by the dough. Place a well-greased 2 pound metal coffee can into the center of the ring to maintain the shape during baking. Cover the ring with a towel and place in a warm place to rise until doubled in size, about 45 minutes. Meanwhile, preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Bake until golden brown, about 30 minutes. Remove the coffee can and allow the bread to cool. Drizzle the cooled cake with the lemon/ sugar glaze and decorate with candy sprinkles. Serve a slice to everyone and ﬁnd out who is king for the day!
Plans for Town of Great Valley Bicentennial Taking Shape By Deb Everts
Plans are coming together well for the Town of Great Valley Bicentennial that begins April 15. Committee members met Tuesday evening at the town hall to review and ﬁnalize some of the events scheduled for the celebration. Genealogist Dawn Westfall said there’s a lot going on and different people have taken on different projects, but it’s coming along nicely. She said, as the saying goes, “Many hands make light work,” so if anyone wants to step up and try to help out wherever they can, the committee can still use some extra hands. Westfall commented on the status of a few of the bicentennial events. She said people planning to attend the Great Gatsby Costume Party should call Gail Archer at (716) 258-0099 to make their reservations now. “So far, we have 20 conﬁrmed reservations, but we can only accept a maximum of 40 people,” she said. The Vintage Airplane Fly-in, scheduled for June 29-30 and July 1, will include a veterans’ display. Westfall said Town Historian Marilyn
Eddy Siperek has been working on the lists and, so far, she has completed the lists of Great Valley’s veterans from the Civil War and World War II, and is currently working on World War I. “We are looking for volunteers to help prepare the display boards,” she said. “The committee would like to do a ceremony to honor Great Valley’s veterans, if somebody would be willing to take that project on. We want to recognize our men and women who are serving, or have served in the armed forces.” Westfall said they have ﬁnished the sales of the calendars and plan to issue rafﬂe tickets at the Pioneer Tea to have a drawing for the remaining calendars. Conﬁrmed events for the bicentennial schedule include: • Sunday, April 15: Pioneer Certiﬁcates presented at the Pioneer Tea, an invitation only event, to be held at the Evergreen Tea Room from 1-2:30 p.m. Afterward, the Town Birthday Party, open to the public, will kick off at the Evergreen Tea Room from 3-5 p.m. The birthday cake will be provided by Katy Arena. A tour of the
Evergreen Tea Room at the former Plank Road House will be offered. Call for an appointment or tours will be available on a ﬁrst come, ﬁrst serve basis. • Saturday, May 19, evening (time to be determined): The Great Gatsby Costume Party at the town hall. Live threepiece band. If desired, attendees may bring their own alcoholic beverage. Punch and light snacks will be provided courtesy of sponsor and hostess Gail Archer. Help is available with costuming. Reservations are required. The event is expected to ﬁll up quickly, so call Archer at (716) 258-0099 to reserve a spot. • Saturday, June 2: Heritage Day (Kill Buck) will coordinate with Heritage Day at Seneca Iroquois National Museum. • June 29-30 and July 1: Vintage Airplane ﬂy-in. Planes will begin arriving Friday and will continue to ﬂy in Saturday. They will be on display for the public to view. Rain day Sunday. More details are expected to be available in early April. Call organizer Paul Carmichael at (716) 3075832 for more information. • Saturday July 21: Old Home Days Community Celebration Day. Bounce
houses, dunk tank, ﬁreworks, parade, street dance, food vendors. Sponsored by the Great Valley Volunteer Fire Department. Old-fashioned contests sponsored by Great Valley Volunteer Fire Company Auxiliary. There will be a charge for the chicken barbecue, but everything else is free. • Sunday July 22: Old Home Days continues with “Farming in Great Valley: Then and Now,” in the Willoughby area. Event will take place at Snow Brook Farms, 5346 Snow Brook Road. Hosted by Dan and Marcy Brown, and Jim Brennan family. Display of old and antique farm equipment, implements and tools. Tour of a robotic milking operation. The next planning meeting will be held April 10 at the Evergreen Team, located at 5997 Route 98, in Great Valley, from 7 to 8 p.m. For more information and new additions to the schedule, visit “Town of Great Valley, NY History” on Facebook. Watch for updates in the local newspapers. Join the email list by contacting Town Historian, Marilyn Eddy Siperek at msiperek@aol. com.
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booth inside the park at 1 p.m. and to come dressed for the weather. The hike is expected to last approximately two hours and registration is not required. Later in the evening, Jamie Haight will perform in the Administration Building lobby as part of the By the Fireside concert series. A musician, entertainer and socialite from Upstate New York, Hardley will perform from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Both events are free and open to the public. For additional information, visit the Allegany State Park Facebook page or contact the Environmental Education/Recreation Department by calling 3549101 ext. 236 or emailing AlleganySP@parks.ny.gov.
LOCAL SKI RACING Seven Holiday Valley and HoliMont U14s Move on to Easterns By Caitlin Croft
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U14 athletes traveled to Lake Placid, NY to compete in the New York State U14 Championships at Whiteface. The weekend consisted of a Slalom, Giant Slalom and Super G. For the majority of the season these athletes competed against the west side of the state. At this event, the ﬁeld is doubled and they are competing against others they have not yet competed against this season. To move onto Eastern Championships the best three results are taken of seven possible results being two slalom runs, overall slalom, two giant slalom runs, overall giant slalom and one super G run. Reported are overall results. Boys Slalom: HoliMont’s Cameron Johnson and Logan Kidd walked home with hardware ﬁnishing 2nd and 3rd respectively. Holiday Valley’s Erik Shattenberg took 9th, Ian McKenna (HO) 12th and Buck Rathbun (HO) 14th. Carson Corey of Holiday Valley ﬁnished 16th, Liam Ainslie (HO) 23rd, Logan McCulloch (HO) 25th and Owen Grifﬁth (HV) 39th. Girls Slalom: Charleigh Priestman of HoliMont ﬁnished 8th with teammate Madalyn Cummings right behind in 9th. Isabella Stringer (HO) took 15th, Cece Carls (HO) 16th, Brianne Allegra (HV) 23rd, Brooklyn Napolitano (HO) 26th, Alexandra Smillie (HV) 28th and Leah Smillie (HV) 31st. HoliMont’s Heather Dunlap ﬁnished 35th, Molly Basadur (HO) 39th, Sophia Gambino (HV) 42nd, Charlotte Branscombe (HO) 43rd and Sarah Kelly (HO) 47th.
Inductees Announced for 16th Annual Catt. County Sports Hall of Fame
The 16th annual Cattaraugus County Sports Hall of Fame Banquet will be held at 6 p.m. Saturday, April 7 at the Little Valley American Legion. This year's inductees include: Mike Wilber (Allegany-Limestone), Todd Conley (Randolph), Steve Brundage (Salamanca), Chuck
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Boys Giant Slalom: Holiday Valley’s Erik Shattenberg took 7th. Cameron Johnson (HO) ﬁnished 11th, Ian McKenna (HO) 12th and Carson Corey (HV) 13th. Logan McCulloch (HO) placed 22nd, Peter McKenna (HO) 23rd, Buck Rathbun (HO) 29th, Owen Grifﬁth (HV) 42nd and Blake Preston (HO) 43rd. Girls Giant Slalom: Mary Catherine Mangan of HoliMont took 4th followed by teammate Madalyn Cummings in 5th. Simona Muscarella (HO) was right behind in 6th and Isabella Stringer (HO) ﬁnished 8th. Holiday Valley’s Alexandra Smillie took 17th, Charleigh Priestman (HO) 18th, Cece Carls (HO) 21st, Heather Dunlap (HO) 22nd, Leah Smillie (HV) 29th and Gianna Ferrara (HO) 30th. Sophia Gambino (HV) ﬁnished 32nd, Sarah Kelly (HO) 38th, Charlotte Branscombe (HO) 43rd, Molly Basadur (HO) 48th and Megan Kelsch (HO) 51st. Boys Super G: HoliMont’s Logan Kidd once again found himself on the podium with a 3rd place ﬁnish. Erik Shattenberg of Holiday Valley ﬁnished 7th, Carson Corey (HV) 16th, Ryan Scanlon (HV) 18th, Ian McKenna (HO) 25th, Nicholas Koerber (HV) 26th and Logan McCulloch (HO) 27th and Owen Grifﬁth (HV) 45th. Girls Super G: Isabella Stringer (HO) ﬁnished 5th with teammates Simona Muscarella, Madalyn Cummings and Mary Catherine Mangan took 9th, 10th and 11th respectively. Alexandra Smillie of Holiday Valley ﬁnished 12th, Charleigh Priestman (HO) 16th, Cece Carls (HO) 22nd and Leah Smillie (HV) 25th.
Brooklyn Napolitano of HoliMont placed 29th, Gianna Ferrara (HO) 30th, Sarah Kelly (HO) 31st, Sophia Gambino (HV) 36th, Megan Williams (HV) 39th and Molly Basadur (HO) 56th. Moving on to U14 Easterns will be Cameron Johnson, Logan Kidd, Erik Shattenberg, Mary Catherine Mangan, Madalyn Cummings, Simona Muscarella and Isabella Stringer. Moving onto U14 New York/Vermont Giant Slalom Camp will be Ian McKenna, Corey Carson Charleigh Priestman (who is also ﬁrst alternate for Eastern Champs), Alexandra Smillie and Cece Carls. On Feb. 25, U12/10/8 athletes competed at HoliMont in a Giant Slalom. This was the last race of the of the regular season. March 10th and 11th is Kandahar to be held at HoliMont where athletes will compete against another council at this event as well. U12 Girls: Carissa Dunlap of HoliMont took gold with teammate Olivia Cummings right behind in 2nd. Mia Kerl (HO) ﬁnished 4th, Jane Rathbun (HO) 5th, Kaitlyn Turnbull (HO) 7th, Molly DeRose (HV) 8th, Lilah Pecora (HO) 9th and Emmylu Carls (HO) 10th. Reese Latta (HV) took 11th and Ruby Wiley (HO) 12th. U10/8 Girls: HoliMont’s Georgia Priestman, Isabella Cummings and Payton Weinstein swept the podium ﬁnishing 1st, 2nd and 3rd respectively. All three of these girls also ﬁnished in the top ten overall! Eniko Knezic (HO) took 4th, Ruby Burget (HO) 6th, Presley
Napolitano (HO) 8th, Georgia Hewson (HO) 9th, Lilah Buitenhuis (HO) 10th, Sophia Belza (HO) 11th and Sadie Bruen (HO) 13th. U12 Boys: HoliMont’s Dougie Basadur, Maxwell Burget and Hans Solly took 2nd, 3rd and 4th respectively. Harry Scanlon of Holiday Valley took 5th, Henery Black (HV) 7th, Gavin Weinstein (HV) 8th, Holden Bozek (HO) 9th and Alex Gambrell (HO) 10th. Ethan Peters (HO) ﬁnished 11th, Jonathan Scarrow (HO) 12th, Austin Lah (HV) 13th, John Black (HV) 14th, Chase Zumkehr (HO) 15th, Cooper Biersbach (HO) 16th, Nathan Belza (HO) 17th and Shay Malone (HO) 18th. U10/8 Boys: Coleman Carls of HoliMont took gold and ﬁnished 5th overall! Hudson Marshall of Holiday Valley ﬁnished with the silver medal and 9th overall! Cody Preston (HO) rounded out the podium with the rose gold. Avery Platt (HO) took 4th, Jude Lisowsky (HO) 5th, Michael McCulloch (HO) 6th, Declan Coleman (HV) 8th, Everett Hamel (HO) 9th, Jasper Tullett (HO) 10th and Vincent Scott (HO) 11th. George Wiley (HO) ﬁnished 13th, Colin Malone (HO) 14th, Adrian Bohdanowycz (HO) 15th, Jack Rathbun (HO) 16th and Ashton McGeachie (HO) 17th. Tune in next week for Kandahar Results and U16 Eastern Championship Results! Moving on to U21/19 Eastern Finals is Nathan Briselden, Jes Sauereisen and Taylor Hubert.
Letter from the Editor
There’s so much to love about Ellicottville yearround. But as ski season heads into its home stretch, and the time changes this weekend, it’s a great time to enjoy the March hoorah that is Mardi Gras and Winter Carnival Weekend. This family-friendly celebration is one not to be missed. Whether you like to join in or watch the parades, grab a drink at the Snowbar, or just check out the snow sculptures all around the resort, there are memories to be made everywhere! Be sure to check out the article on page 1 to ﬁnd out everything that’s going on this weekend, and mark your calendar for all the events coming up in the next few weeks and months. As always, Ellicottville is the place to be! Hope to see you out there this weekend! - Alicia Dziak, Editor, Ellicottville Times
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Welcome to Winter Carnival weekend, the biggest winter event of the season with fun activities and events for the whole family. Highlights include the Snowbar at Yodeler with music and fun, the Village Parade in Ellicottville on Saturday night, the costume parade on Sunday where the winner gets a season pass for next year, and the Dummy Downhill! There are also cookouts, kayak races, face painting, snow sculptures, live music and so much more!
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SEE THE SCHEDULE ON PAGE 2 Gold Medal Triple Play
This has been a great winter so far and there’s so much more to come! Announcing the Gold Medal Triple Play at $149, valid for three Monday through Friday lift tickets to the end of the 2017-18 season. You can only get one ticket per day, but you can pass your Triple Play along to a friend for another day. At less than $50 per day, it’s a great deal for you if you’re lucky enough to be able to ski or ride weekdays.
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In 1992, Holiday Valley placed carved Clan Rocks throughout the resort to pay homage to the Seneca Nation, one of the six nations of the Iroquois Confederacy who occupied the land in Western New York where Holiday Valley is located. Within the Seneca Nation, there are eight clans and each clan is represented by an animal with certain respected traits.
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