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The Great Valley Bicentennial features a return to Old Home Days Saturday with a parade and family events at the Great Valley Volunteer Fire Company. More than 25 parade units are registered for the parade so far, according to Great Valley historian Marilyn Eddy Siperek, who serves as Bicentennial chairperson.

While deadline for entries has passed, there is still be time for last-minute floats or marching units, Siperek said. Any groups with last minute entries should call Rick Ehman, parade chairman at 945-4371. No new entries will be permitted the day of the parade, Siperek warned. “There’s a certain art to putting a parade together,” she said. “If people just show up on Saturday, it

makes things more difficult. They will be following the horses at the end of the parade.” Local families are getting children to decorate their bikes with ribbons to ride in the parade, just like the old days, Siperek said. “In keeping with the nostalgic nature of the parade there will be units like the Goode/Pierce family who will march with their children on decorated bikes, a

throwback to their participation in the parades of their youth,” she said. The last Great Valley Old Home days celebration and parade was held in the early 1990s. Old Home Days started in 1968 for the town’s 150th anniversary. The last parade in the town was in 1993 when Great Valley

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Rock the Park on July 20 at Allegany State Park By Deb Everts

Allegany State Park will host its 7th annual “Rock the Park” event at the Quaker Beach area Friday, July 20 when guests will rock to the tunes of “The Rightly So” and Sean Patrick McGraw. The free event for people of all ages kicks off at 3 p.m. when local vendors will showcase the many great products available to park patrons in the surrounding area. At 5 p.m., park naturalists will host an “Ask the Naturalist” program featuring several interactive nature displays including a naturethemed photo booth. A sandcastle building contest will take place at 6 p.m. Participants should sign up at the “Ask the Naturalist” table in the Grand Sean Patrick McGraw Room. Also starting at 5 p.m., the snack bar will be open and there will be a chicken barbecue available. Live music begins at 6 p.m. when it’s time to “Rock the Park” with the opening act of Allegany’s Artist in Residence, “The Rightly So.” The young acoustic duo from the Buffalo area is comprised of esteemed guitarist and performer Gregory Zeis, and award-winning singer/ songwriter Jess Chizuk. Headliner Sean Patrick McGraw will take the stage afterward with his solo performance of blended rockabilly and punk rock style. The singer/songwriter said he was the park’s Artist in Residence for three consecutive years and he’d like to do it again. A Nashville resident since 1996, McGraw and his wife, Debbie, are Western New York natives. He hails from Dunkirk and she originally comes from Forestville, so it’s no surprise that he performs often in Western New York (WNY) because his roots are here. “I get offered work up there [WNY] all the time,” See Rock the Park page 6

Jazz & Blues Weekend Coming Up July 27-29

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Make your plans now for the annual Jazz and Blues Weekend in Ellicottville, happening July 27-29 throughout the village. This event is all about the music, hosted by the local hot spots as well as the Winery of Ellicottville Main Stage. The Gin Mill, at 20 Washington St., will feature the Blue Light Blues Band on Friday, and Oreo Rodeo’s funk and groove style on Saturday. Balloons, at 20 Monroe St., will host electric blues guitarist Hayden Fogle Friday evening, followed by funky, jazzy, rockin’ guitarist extraordinaire BD Lenz on Saturday. At Finnerty’s Tap Room, at 5 E. Washington St., you can catch Rockabilly Steve and Br3 on Friday and Saturday, at 4 p.m. each day. Madigan’s, at 44 Washington St., will feature ST3 on Friday, and The Mick Hayes Band on Saturday. Villaggio, at 7 Monroe St., welcomes Patty Perks & The Sizzlin Heat on Friday, and Buffalo Blues Benefit Band on Saturday. EBC, at 28 Monroe St., will host the Untouchables on Saturday. The Silver Fox Steakhouse, at 23 Hughey Alley, will feature the LTM Trio on Saturday. See Jazz & Blues page 3

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Tuscan Moon – Gourmet Cocktail Party is coming Saturday, Aug. 25 at 6 p.m. to John Harvard’s Cabana Bar & Pool Complex at Holiday Valley. (Great weather is guaranteed but we will move inside if weather is unsuitable) Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Ellicottville, this is the “must attend” party in Ellicottville. When you arrive, you are greeted with great hors d’ oeuvres from Katy’s, John Harvard’s and other great restaurants served by student volunteers from ECS. Additionally this year, students from U Pitt Bradford’s Hospitality Program will be helping in the kitchen and at the food stations. Get ready for this year’s musical treat as you will be entertained by “Party Squad Strictly Acoustic.” Yes indeed—Ellicottville’s favorite & BMHOF band, Party Squad “Unplugged”. This performance promises to be a unique experience as the trio will play your

favorite tunes by request, before, during and after dinner. Dave Elder explains that they have done this acoustic show exclusively at some private parties. Dave and Joe Rozler play acoustic guitar with a little accordion, while drummer and vocalist Mark Dixon plays

a Cajon drum. Unplugged and mobile, they will be able to come to your table for special requests adding to this memorable for the evening. This event includes an expansive array of entrees provided by the best restaurants in the area. Supported by both

Sysco and US Foods, the local chefs will be trying to impress you with their signature dish served at their individual stations. This year’s Italian theme menu is way over the top with many culinary surprises to treat those who attend. A great Antipasta table, a seafood medley

from John Harvard’s and seafood lasagna from Myer’s, as well as The Silver Fox’s Tuscan pork, are just a few of the 15 stations you will enjoy. You can eat as much as you like but save room for the dessert table where Watson’s Chocolates surround the extra special

cakes, cookies and tarts created by chef Tom Kneeland. Everyone loves the extensive silent auction as there is always a great bargain to be had, and the live auction usually features Sabres tickets, Bills tickets, Cutco Knives as well as a many more great bargains. Beyond the food and the company, this annual fundraiser supports the many worthwhile local projects and individuals in need supported through Family Support for Ellicottville. Better yet is while you are helping a great cause, your ticket donation is tax deductible. So plan for this great end of the summer party and put Saturday, Aug. 25 on your calendar. Remember that this is Ellicottville so the dress is always casual. Tickets are $65 per person, and are available at www.ellicottvillerotary. com, at EVL Spirits and Katy’s, or you can order by phone by calling 699-8758.

Summer Bucket List: Outdoor Movies By Alicia Dziak

There’s nothing quite like catching your favorite flick under the stars. Whether in your vehicle or in a lawn chair, movies under the stars are an experience like no other. According to www.history. com, the first drive-in movie theater opened in 1933 in Camden, New Jersey, although initially referred to as a different name. The website states that, “the term ‘drive-in’ came to be widely used only later–was the brainchild of Richard Hollingshead, a movie fan and a sales manager at his father’s company, Whiz Auto Products, in Camden. Reportedly inspired by his mother’s struggle to sit comfortably in traditional movie theater seats, Hollingshead came up with the idea of an

open-air theater where patrons watched movies in the comfort of their own automobiles. He then experimented in the driveway of his own house with different projection and sound techniques, mounting a 1928 Kodak projector on the hood of his car, pinning a screen to some trees, and placing a radio behind the screen for sound. He also tested ways to guard against rain and other inclement weather, and devised the ideal spacing arrangement for a number of cars so that all would have a view of the screen.The young entrepreneur received a patent for the concept in May of 1933 and opened Park-In Theaters, Inc. less than a month later, with an initial investment of $30,000. The idea caught on, and after Hollingshead’s patent was overturned in 1949, drivein theaters began popping up all over the country,

reaching their heyday in the late 1950s to mid-60s, with some 5,000 theaters across the country. Over the years, several factors have contributed to the decline in drive-in theaters and today, fewer than 500 of them remain in the United States. So, the fact that there are four of them located within a short drive of Ellicottville is quite impressive. Nostalgia awaits! • Head to the nearby Delevan Twin Drive In, at 11771 Route 16 in Delevan, and take in a movie double header. Prices are $8 for adults, $7 for seniors, $5 for kids ages 4-12 and free for 3 and under. For more info, visit www.facebook.com/ DelevanDrive/. • The Silver Lake Twin Drive-In, located at 7037 Chapman Avenue in Perry (near Letchworth State Park) is open every day, rain or shine. Tickets are $8 for adults (ages 11 and older), $5 for children (ages 4-10) and free for children under the age of 3. Ticket office opens at 6 p.m., get there early to enjoy a round of miniature golf and some food from the Charcoal Corral. For more information, visit www. charcoalcorral.com. • The Portville Drive-In located at1060 Olean-Portville Rd., Portville is open on all week rain or shine. Tickets are $7 for adults (ages 12 and older) and $2 for children (ages 11 and under.) The ticket office opens at 7:30 p.m. This drive-in is nestled in the countryside of Cattaraugus County and hosts two movie screens, including

one of the largest in New York State and a snack bar filled with goodies. For more information visit www.portvilledrivein. com. • The Transit Drive-In located at 6655 South Transit Road in Lockport shows movies on four different screens every night of the week rain or shine. Tickets are $9 for adults (ages 12 and older), $4 children (ages 5-11) and free for children under 4 years of age. The ticket office opens at 7 p.m. during the week and at 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. You will want to get there early (and enjoy a round at their miniature golf course) to avoid the long lines closer to movie time. Midnight movie tickets are available 30 minutes before show time and are only $6. In addition to new blockbuster movies, the Transit Drive-In hosts the very popular Retro Movie Tuesday series (schedule below). Proceeds from the above retro double feature benefit the Toys For Tots Foundation. • July 24: A Christmas Story/ Elf • July 31: The Wizard of Oz/ Twister • Aug. 7: Grease/Dirty Dancing • Aug. 14: The Lost Boys/The Rocky Horror Picture Show • Aug. 21: Stand By Me/The Outsiders • Aug. 28: The Blues Brothers/ Animal House For more information visit www.transitdrivein.com. IF SPRAWLING out on a picnic blanket or in your favorite camping chair is more your style, there are plenty

of other free opportunities to catch an outdoor movie this summer. Check out Buffalo Harbor Movies Under the Stars located at 1111 Fuhrmann Blvd. in Buffalo for a free family friendly movie every Wednesday evening. Schedule is as follows: • July 25: Inside Out • Aug. 1: Dennis the Menace • Aug. 8: Minions • Aug. 15: Aliens in the Attic • Aug. 22: Moana • Aug. 29: Megamind No summer is complete without a visit to Canalside Buffalo. Check out their free movie series on Tuesday nights. Schedule is as follows: • July 24: Elf • July 31: The Lego Ninjago Movie • Aug. 7: Coco • Aug. 14: The Wizard of Oz • Aug. 21: The Greatest Showman • Aug. 28: Boss Baby Closer to home you can find free family-friendly Movies in the Park at East Aurora’s Hamlin Park, located at 166 South Grove Street in East Aurora. • July 20: Moana • July 27: Despicable Me 3 • Aug. 3: Ferdinand • Aug. 10: Lego Batman Movie • Aug. 17: Sing • Aug. 24: Cars 3 • Aug. 31: Wonder Head to Chestnut Ridge Park at 6121 Chestnut Ridge Rd. in Orchard Park on Aug. 25 and catch Shrek at the Chestnut Ridge Park Casino.


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SCA Hosts Jewelry Making Class

Springville Center for the Arts is offering a two-part jewelry making class on July 23 and July 25 from 6-8 p.m. Crystal Sopko will lead participants in creating a glass Czech crystal or pearl necklace with a toggle fastener and a pair of matching earrings. All the necessary tools and materials will be provided. Spoko has taught jewelry making classes for the past 15 years in several different district community education programs. “Jewelry making is a great way to make gifts for your friends and families as well as for yourself!” she said.

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Town of Great Valley to Have New Accountants in ‘19

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Beginning in 2019, Berry & Berry CPA will no longer be the accountants and auditors of the Town of Great Valley. At its regular meeting last week, the town board voted 3-1, with one abstention, to end its decades-long affiliation with the accounting firm effective Dec. 31, 2018. On Jan. 1, 2019, Tronconi Segarra & Associates LLP are expected to be the town’s new accountants. “This is a huge moment for this town, as the Berrys were town accountants for over 20 years,” said Town Supervisor Daniel Brown. “In light of the sales tax issue, I personally feel we owed it to the taxpayers to go in a different direction.” Brown said Andy Toth would likely be the accountant from Tronconi Segarra & Associates the town would work with. He said Toth was a big help during the sales tax issue this past winter. “The financial costs of the actual accounting is the same,” he explained.

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“Where it would cost more money is if we decided to go with a check-writing company and other expenses along those lines.” Brown said his secretary, Hildegarde Krause, can do most of that work. Because Tronconi Segarra & Associates use a different accounting software than currently used by the town, Brown said they would have to pay to install a new program, which would be about $300. Along with Brown, board members Jerry Musall and Becky Krysinski voted to replace the Berrys. “I think we’d be doing an injustice to the people of this town if we didn’t make a move,” Krysinski said. Board member Laury Finch voted no, while Sandy Goode abstained. “I don’t blame (the Berrys) for the sales tax issue,” Goode explained. “It wasn’t just their fault. … I’m not saying Andy would do a bad job, I’m just saying I don’t see anything wrong with the Berrys.”

With the town’s 2019 budget expected to be so so different due to the solution to the sales tax issue, Finch said the town should keep the Berrys for that process because they are familiar with the town’s fiscal history. “We’re going to need a lot of help with it,” she added. Until Tronconi Segarra & Associates take over, Brown said copies of all the town’s financial reports and statements should be made so both Toth and Moon have the same information the Berrys receive in order to make the transition smoother. Krysinski said the Berrys are a three-person family operation and it would be tough for them to handle the town if something were to happen to one of them. She said on the other hand, all of Tronconi Segarra & Associates would have access to the town’s reports, not just Toth. “I will talk to the Berrys and explain the situation and tell them they can be affiliated with the town until the end of the year,” Brown said.

For many ECS students, summers in Ellicottville mean one thing: summer employment. Ellicottville, with its many festivals and tourist destinations, is ripe with jobs for the picking. Whether it’s working at Holiday Valley, in the village or on the farm, Ellicottville students relish the independence and satisfaction of earning their own paychecks. Given the sheer amount of students applying to the summer workforce, a prospective local employer is especially vigilant when hiring new workers. Watson’s Chocolates, a pillar in the Ellicottville community, employs, for the majority, a high-school-aged staff. Barb Toth, manager of the establishment, explains what she looks for when hiring. “The benefits of hiring students include their availability and willingness to work nights and weekends, even in the summer. They’re young and eager to learn,” Toth says. “The downside, however, is that a student’s availability is limited around school activities. Students typically lack as much professionalism and experience handling money as their adult counterparts.” Despite this, Toth looks for outgoing, friendly, and responsible teens with a customer focus and previous work experience. This is the case for the majority of local businesses. With this in mind, students attempt to put their best faces forward in pursuit of summer employment. Summer, after all, is the perfect time to make the money that’ll feed their starving bank accounts. With the freer schedule, however, that money can quickly disappear. Lisa Krotz, who graduated this year, combats this by having three jobs. “It is difficult to work three jobs,” the rising college freshman says, “but I need the money to pay for my car and the other small expenses that arise in the

Kirklind Kaleta working at the Ellicottville Memorial Library

summer before university. I make the most of my little time off, and generally go and do fun things on those days.” Abby Sonnenberg, incoming senior, takes summer jobs to a whole new level. She works as a Tae Kwon Do instructor in Hamburg, and has to make the commute at least twice a week. “Is it worth it making the trip up there?” says Sonnenberg. “Absolutely! I was making the commute to train even before I took the job so this was a chance to take my passion to the next level.” Sonnenberg works twice a week, about four to five hours per shift. “I’m saving the majority of my paycheck to help pay for my college education,” she says, “but I also spend it on gas and car insurance.” Few high school students have the chance, as Sonnenberg does, to use their hobby as a source of income, and, coincidentally, exercise. Another student summer employment avenue is the selective summer internship at the Ellicottville Memorial Library. Sponsored by the Ellicottville Rotary Club, this is an opportunity for students to garner preprofessional experience as well as aid in the care of a beloved Ellicottville institution. Kirklind Kaleta, who will be attending JCC in the fall, is this year’s intern. “My favorite aspect of working at the library is the creative freedom I am given to run the Summer Reading Program,” she says.

“With (library director) Laura Flanagan’s approval, I get to choose whichever activities and special events the kids get to do for the week. I enjoy creating opportunities for other kids to have fun.” Kaleta continued: “Compared to the typical high school job of food service, lifeguarding, or babysitting, this internship is a lot more laid-back. Alongside checking out books and organizing shelves, I get to work with a lot of kids. It’s a job I wish I could keep all year.” Among the hustle and bustle of the employed, there is a sector of Ellicottville students who make the decision not to hold a summer job at all. Megan Hartsell, Ellicottville junior, says that she weighed the pros and cons before choosing to remain unemployed. “I thought about getting a job over the summer,” Hartsell says, “but I decided against it. Even though summer is supposed to be a vacation, I am always busy with soccer or other activities.” And busy is what ECS students will continue to be. Whether it’s toiling in the sun or selling products in an airconditioned storefront, whether clearing plates or being the caboose in a long line of preschoolers, Ellicottville students aren’t lazing away their summers. They are, rather, unwittingly contributing to their retirement accounts, and never imagining a day when they will be forced to use them.


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he said. “I’ve always said that a good Now with a home studio in Nashville, he performance in one place leads to more continues to write on his own and usually work elsewhere, so I play a lot there and co-writes a couple of days every week. He’s Pennsylvania, as well as throughout New primarily trying to write for other people England. If you play often enough, people and said he feels lucky because some of his remember you and you get asked back.” songs are chosen for film and TV, which Although McGraw gained national usually requires very specific work. recognition in 2004 as a semi-finalist on McGraw said he has about seven albums USA Network’s Nashville Star, he signed available on iTunes. He said he has signed his first publishing deal in 1999 which, he away over 500 songs in publishing deals said, was a big deal to him and his band, but and he’s sure he’s written 1,000 since then. then they got dropped. “By Nashville standards, that’s not that “I thought I should hang it up because a unusual but I know people that probably music career wasn’t going to happen for me, have three times that output,” he said. “For and then a couple of years later, I got picked six years of my life, I wrote about a song up to tour with Toby Keith and got on CMT, a day and I still write pretty frequently — which led to more, so who knew?” more like two a month nowadays.” Since then, he has opened for a number Of all McGraw’s songs, “All Things of well-known country music artists sharing Texan” is one of his favorites and has stood the stage with Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, the test of time. He said that’s the song Patty Loveless, Pat Green and Miranda he sang when he was a semi-finalist on Lambert. Nashville Star, in 2004, but it’s never been According to McGraw, he started playing recorded by anyone. around age eight or nine. When he was “I have a song on my new CD, East Side barely 14, he started playing guitar and Songs, called ‘Jesus Had Two Daddies.’ singing in bars, and he’s been playing music It’s a personal favorite of mine,” he said. “I professionally since. thought it was a clever idea. It’s different As soon as he finished high school, he set and a good example of my weird sense of out to Los Angeles with dreams to make it humor. It’s available on iTunes.” in the music industry. There he developed According to McGraw, he isn’t spending his own unique hard-core hillbilly sound quite as much time on the road these days before moving to Nashville in 1996. and he expects to do between 50 and 75 It’s been a long road for McGraw, shows this year. He said he used to play from Dunkirk to Nashville, with various nearly every night between Memorial Day miscellaneous jobs along the way. and Labor Day. “I worked at Dunkirk Ice Cream making “When you’re traveling that much popsicles,” he said with a laugh. “I removed you’re not really working ‘smart,’ you’re Joyful Rescues, a 501c3 at the basket raffle or family friendly and all are the asbestos from Allegheny Ludlum Steel, working hard. I came to the conclusion that not-for-profit organization the yard sale featuring welcome including pets also in Dunkirk. No one in my family since I was better served if I stayed in Nashville accredited by the BBB kitchen and household on leash. my great-great-grandfather, who came and wrote more,” he said. “Maybe one of (Better Business Bureau), items, toys, tools, home Monetary donations these days I’ll actually write something matches adoptable dogs and seasonal decor, gently and donations of leashes, over from Ireland, has not worked in that that becomes a hit. One hit song would and cats with loving used or new pet supplies collars, toys and food are factory.” After he moved to Nashville, he get me what I make in a couple of years of homes and is hosting including crates, clothing also gratefully accepted touring.” its annual PetFest from other accessories and along with cash donations bartended, worked in a construction job, striped parking lots and delivered for a For more details about this event, contact 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on larger items. for our “Gizzie’s KISS catering company. Then he got a publishing the Environmental Education/Recreation both Friday, Aug. 3 and On Aug. 4, tours of IT BETTER Fund” for deal and went into an office where he wrote Department at 354-9101, ext. 236 or visit Saturday, Aug. 4 at Joyful Joyful Rescues facility, the animals we help who Facebook. Rescues at 1319 Turock eight-acre property and a need critical medical care. songs everyday for six years. Drive off Jollytown Road self-guided pond tour will All event proceeds benefit in Cuba, N.Y. be held from 11:30 a.m. Joyful Rescues and help The event includes to 2:30 p.m., followed by continue to save homeless opportunities to meet a 2:30 p.m. adoptable pet animals. All adoptable Joyful Rescues’ adoptable parade. pets are featured at A Calendar of Events for Ellicottville and Surrounding Communities dogs and cats who await Back by popular www.joyfulrescues. their “furever” homes, demand, the band org and on the Joyful tours, and great food “Sticktights” will be Rescues Facebook page July 20 July 25 with vegetarian options performing background at www.facebook.com/ Rock the Park at Allegany State Park Christmas in July at the Memorial available for purchase. music between 11:30 – joyfulrescues. with Sean Patrick McGraw Library of Little Valley Come find a treasure 2:30. This event is free, For more information on this event, visit Chinese auction with more than 150 items facebook.com/alleganystatepark expected. Public invited. 7 p.m. July 21 Third Saturday Trek at the Bear July 26 Springs Trail at Allegany State Park. Ellicottville Gazebo Series On July 22 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., there will be a brunch at St. Paul’s Meet at Bear Springs Trailhead at Site 67. Rabbit Hole Trio Lutheran Church, 6360 Route 242 in Ellicottville, to benefit Priscilla Snider, Call 354-9101 ext. 236. 7 p.m. who is participating in the Empire State Ride. 10 a.m. The community is welcome to attend and support Priscilla in the event. July 27-29 July 21 Ellicottville’s Great Valley Bicentennial Celebration 2018 Jazz and Blues Weekend Additional information and schedule on For more information on this event, visit front page of this week’s edition! ellicottvilleny.com/event-calendar/ jazz-blues-weekend/ July 21 Fish at Allegany State Park July 27 presentation with Tom Bergstue Randolph Toymakers 5K Quaker Lake Bathhouse of Raises money for the local non-profit Allegany State Park. Public welcome. group that makes toys for children in need. 1 p.m. 8 a.m.

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July 21 Dog Days of Summer at Allegany State Park For more information on this event, visit facebook.com/alleganystatepark 2 to 5 p.m.

July 28 OnoFest at Onoville Marina Family-oriented event with arts, crafts, food, games and contests. Porcelain Bus Drivers to perform and fireworks at dusk. 1 p.m.

July 22 EVL-4 and EVL-9 Trail Runs 4 mile or 9.7 mile hard core trail runs on the Holiday Valley and nearby wooded winding trails. For more info and registration go to HeartRateUp.com

July 29 Grand Reopening and Rubbie Duckie Festival at the Gooseneck Hill Waterfowl Sanctuary Noon to 5 p.m.

July 22 Duffers and Drafts Improve your game with an hour and a half group golf lesson. Practice Range, then enjoy a cold brew. Lesson by PGA Golf Professional, Kyle Benish. $50, sign up in advance at the Golf Shop. For info call 716-699-3939. July 24 St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Praise Band at the pond by the West Valley Fireman’s Hall on Route 240 Part of the Music by the Pond concert series. 6:30 p.m. July 25 Kayaking Demonstration at the Quaker Bathhouse at Allegany State Park Officials from Sportsman Outlet will discuss kayaks and safety equipment before participants can try demo kayaks. 6:30 to 8 p.m.

July 30 - August 5 Cattaraugus County Fair For more information on this event please visit http://cattarauguscofair.com/ August 1 Charlie Daniels Band Cattaraugus County Fair in Little Valley. Tickets start at $35. Call (800) 514-3849 or visit cattarauguscofair.com. August 3-4 Joyful Rescues Pet Fest 10 a.m.-4 p.m. both days, 1319 Turock Drive, Cuba, NY 14727. Admission is free. August 3-4 & 5-10 & 11-12 “Beauty and the Beast” at the Ray Evans Seneca Theater For more information on this event visit facebook.com/rayevanstheater/

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COMMUNITY Springville Center for the Arts Presents Two Nature + Arts Walks Nature + Art Walks, designed for children ages 5-12, are returning this summer, organized by Springville Center for the Arts. These adventurous walks inspire big ideas in little people. Parents stroll with their children during the walk and siblings are encouraged to participate as well. Each walk pairs a simple art activity with the surrounding natural beauty. Participants will meet at the Art Center, 37 N. Buffalo Street, Springville at 9:30 a.m. The group will then travel to the locations to meet a site custodian, get a tour and participate in an art activity hosted by SCA’s Visual Arts Intern, Francesca Rosati. The activity will conclude by noon. Participants may want to bring a bag lunch. Ellicottville’s Nannen Aboretum will be the location of the first Nature + Art walk on July 28. An eight-acre arboretum and botanical garden that contains over two hundred and fifty species of trees, shrubs, flowers, and herbs, Nannen includes several Japanese gardens, a pond with fish, and a large herb garden. The next walk, on Aug. 11 will take place at the Nature Sanctuary Society’s Clifford Furman Preserve. This preserve is a wetland known as a “fen.” A peat-forming area receiving nutrients from groundwater and

Artist Judson Brown demonstrates watercolor “Plein Air” painting at a former Nature+Art walk.

precipitation, a fen is richer in nutrients and less acidic than a bog. These conditions make for an unusual array of wetland plants not often found elsewhere in

Western New York. The cost is $5 per student. Register by calling (716) 5929038 or online at SpringvilleArts.org.

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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

6360 Rt. 219 East, 699-2265 Thrive Alive Contemporary Worship Service Sun 9am, Traditional Worship Service Sun 11am Sun Sch. & Adult Bible Study 10am

United Church, Ellicottville

Elizabeth and Elk Sts. 699-4003, Sun Sch, begins in Sept Worship, 11am

First Baptist Church, Great Valley 5049 Rt.219, 945-4629 Sun Sch. 9:30am Worship 10:45am & 6:30pm United Methodist Church, Great Valley 5242 Rt. 219, 945-4375 Sun Sch. 10am, Worship 11am Solomon’s Porch Ministries, Mansfield 7705 Toad Hollow Rd, 257-9138, Sat 7pm, Sun 10am Grace Bible Baptist, Little Valley 201 Rock City Street 257-3645 Sun Sch 10am, Sun Worship 11:0am & 6pm Wed Bible study/prayer svc 7pm

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Community Meetings

All meetings are at 7 p.m. unless otherwise noted.

Ashford (2nd Wednesday) East Otto (2nd Tuesday) 6pm Ellicottville Town (3rd Wed) 6pm Ellicottville Village (2nd Mon) 6pm Great Valley (2nd Monday) Humphrey (2nd Monday) Little Valley Town (2nd Monday) Little Valley Village (2nd Tuesday) Mansfield (3rd Monday) Otto (3rd Tuesday) Salamanca City (2nd Wednesday) Salamanca Town (2nd Tuesday)

Kids – it’s not too late to join the Summer Reading Program! The theme for this year’s Summer Reading Program is “Libraries Rock”. This program not only helps motivate children to read but it also develops positive attitudes about reading and books. It also helps children maintain their reading skills over summer vacation and encourages regular use of the library. This week’s theme is “Time to Start up the Band”. Come design your own band logo and try our marble race game.

“Spymaster” by Brad Thor

Across Europe, a secret organization has begun attacking diplomats. Back in the United States, a foreign ally demands the identity of a highly placed covert asset. In the balance hang the ingredients for all-out war. With his mentor out of the game, counterterrorism operative Scot Harvath must take on the role he has spent his career avoiding. But, as with everything else he does, he intends to rewrite the rules—all of them. This book is currently available in book format only at the Ellicottville Memorial Library. It is also available as a large print book using our interlibrary loan program. Or, you can download for free as an eBook or eAudiobook version to your own device using your library card!

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• Portrait Drawing Class – Barbara Fox will be offering a Portrait Drawing Workshop on July 28th from 10 – 4. Contact Barbara at 6994145 for more details and to register. • Card Class – “Encouragement, Get Well & Sympathy” – Come join Laurel Phillips on Wednesday, August 29th from 6-8 pm and make several all-occasion themed cards. Cost is $5.00 to cover the cost of supplies. Contact the library to register as class size is limited.

• Artwork at the Library – currently in our gallery area we have oil paintings from Barbara Fox’s beautiful series of waterscapes. Come check out these amazing paintings! • 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 meetings are July 23rd and August 6th from 6-8 pm. Note: All abilities welcome – just bring some yarn and your needles! • Women’s Self Defense Class – August 1st from 6:30 – 7:30pm. This class is free and open to all ages. All movements will be done slowly to prevent injuries. Contact the Library to preregister. Questions about the class, call Joseph Backus 716-265-1352. • Story time is every Wednesday at 11:00 a.m.

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Fish Species Subject of Upcoming ASPHS Talk The Allegany State Park Historical Society will host its monthly meeting at 1 p.m. Saturday, July 21 at the Quaker Lake Bathhouse Conference Room. This month’s speaker is Tom Bergstue, a true wildlife specialist, who will give a presentation on the various species of fish that inhabit the park’s streams and lakes and will focus on trout and salmon. An outdoor enthusiast from Jamestown, Bergstue for over 30 years has tied flies for fishermen around the world – as far as Norway, New Zealand, Alaska, the Florida Keys, and the

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our infrastructure. It is estimated that approximately 70 percent of our local property taxes are paid by non-residents. If there is one job more than anything the Chamber has taken ownership, it goes back to those five words already mentioned: getting feet on the street. Without a doubt, our mandate is to support our Chamber members — the owners of the shops, restaurants and other businesses we all benefit from—and hopefully increase the quality of life for our local residents. But because we live and breathe a free market economy, what we aren’t in the business of doing is chasing more retail. Instead, what we do is create favorable conditions that will attract quality businesses and developers to the area to complement what we already have. And it’s a formula that’s working. Unlike some communities, Ellicottville doesn’t have the usual mix of big box or chain stores. What we have are businesses that offer unique products and services that are much more likely to attract visitors than a store that visitors can find at home. So, what if you’ve never visited Ellicottville before? What if you may not have heard about our events and festivals? What is the Chamber doing to change that? That’s a question for the third and final part of this series: Making the Connection.


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quietly celebrated its 175th anniversary, the historian said. The parade kicks off at noon on Saturday from the Great Valley Firemen’s campgrounds on Klawitter Road. The parade will travel up Klawitter Road to Mutton Hollow to Grace Avenue to Depot Street, where they will disburse behind the churches. “We want people who remember the Old Home Days parades to be able to reminisce about parades past,” Siperek said. “We’ve had contact with a lot of people who want their children and grandchildren to see the kind of parades they remember.” Quite a few area families have scheduled family reunions around the Bicentennial Parade and weekend events, Siperek said. Yes, the Shriners go-cart and motorcycle unit from Gowanda will be there to entertain the crowd. A Case Traction Steam Engine will in the parade and will be on display at the Fire Hall, offering demonstrations of its steam whistle. “Of course, what would a Bicentennial parade be without a Bicentennial queen, fire trucks, floats, rescue vehicles, horses, heavy equipment, wagons, old cars, and candy thrown to the children?” Siperek said. “We want children to see their fair share of moving vehicles and the smiles on their faces along with the looks on parents and grandparents faces,” Siperek said. The parade’s anchor will be a horn section from Rochester called The Hitmen Brass Band, Siperek said. The group is sponsored by Gernatt Asphalt Products in Peth. Other musical units include: The Buffalo Five band featuring the homegrown Wendall family, formerly of Peth, sponsored by Al Robison Construction; 23 Skidoo (Dixieland music); and the Blue Mule Band, both sponsored by Holiday Valley. Parking will be available in marked areas at the firemen’s grounds and the Baptist Church. No parking will be allowed along the parade route. Also on Saturday, there will be a bounce house, water slide, dunk tank, fire truck demonstrations in the kid’s zone and other free fun things for the children, sponsored by the Great Valley Fire Company. A chicken barbecue and hot dogs will be available to buy until sold out. At 2 p.m., judging begins for best beards and mustaches and best costumes. There will be a street dance from 7 to 10 p.m. with the band Wild Card, also sponsored by the fire company. A fireworks show sponsored by the fire company starts at 10 o’clock. Other Bicentennial weekend events include: • A self-driving Willoughby Tour beginning at the old McNamara farm at 5754 Humphrey Road between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Tour brochures directing

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Brooke Eddy, 16, daughter of Lynn and Tammy Eddy and granddaughter of Marlene Eddy and Mary Reger, was crowned bicentennial queen at the monthly luncheon of the Great Valley Area Senior Citizens. Also pictured is Jean Davis of the Queen Selection Committee sponsored by the Great Valley Volunteer Fire Company Auxiliary. Submitted photo.

participants to historic places around the town will be available. The tour should take about 90 minutes. • Stop 2 includes an interior tour of the Italianate style house previously occupied by the Brown, Ehman and Gelen families located across from Berry Patch. • Stop 3 is the business district of Willoughby where three historic buildings remain (Including the Old Willoughby Cheese Factory, old store and views of the old Willoughby School). • Stop 4 is the Willoughby Cemetery, where Mark Rust will be available to answer questions and tell you a story or two about the inhabitants. • Stop 5 is where the tour ends at the Farming Now and Then event at the Dan and Marcy Brown Snow Brook Farm at 5346 Snow Brook Road. A Fordson tractor, Willy’s Ag Jeep and implements of yesteryear, as well as modern equipment will be on display. There will also be old pictures of farms, farmers and farming operations. To show progress made over the years, there will be a tour of the farm’s robotic milking operations. The last of the Bicentennial observances will be Aug. 5. The Kill Buck Community Picnic will be held at the Kill Buck Firemen’s Park. Hot dogs and salads and water will be provided. Feel free to bring other non-alcoholic beverages. Sally Marsh will be performing and is also donating a quilt, to be raffled off, with Kill Buck pictures on the squares. A variety of family activities, including games will be offered. Attendees will also vote on park name.

The Ellicottville Chamber 2018 Gazebo Series All Request Night

Once again, this Thursday night, July 19, will be filled with music from the gazebo in Ellicottville. The Ellicottville Chamber of Commerce presents a new edition to the Gazebo Series, sponsored by CCSE Federal Credit Union. The gazebo series takes place in the village gazebo on Thursdays from 7 to 9 p.m. and are rain or shine. This week’s concert will make you sing and dance like it is Summer Music Festival all over again. Returning to the gazebo from their outstanding performance as the opening act for DENNIS DEYOUNG THE MUSIC OF STYX, The Party Squad will

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Gooseneck Hill to Host Grand Reopening July 29

Gooseneck Hill Waterfowl Sanctuary, the largest covered waterfowl Sanctuary in the world is having a Grand Reopening and Rubber Duckie Festival on Sunday, July 29 from 12-5 p.m. at the Sanctuary at 5067 Townline Road, Delevan, NY 14042. See a 10 ft. tall Rubber Duck and have your picture taken with it. Gooseneck Hill was destroyed by the 20” snowstorm on March 2. Then on June 13, four huge trees came down on the net above one of the ponds in the lower aviary and again destroyed more netting and fencing. This is the third time there was

extensive damage to the aviaries. (The first time was in 2009 when the lower aviary was completely destroyed by the flood. At that time both aviaries were severely damaged.) Gooseneck Hill is now repaired and is open on July 29. Over 200 plants and trees were planted, netting and fencing was repaired, steel posts were put up outside to support the fence and net; 27,000 hog rings were used to put the net back together. Nip N’ Tuck with Dave Tucker on guitar will be playing, Colden Mill will be serving pulled pork, hamburgers, hot dogs, mac and cheese, desserts and

more. Guided bird tours will be given throughout the day and are $2 for each tour, and admission is only $5. Pick a duck and if your duck is the lucky duck, you win a prize. Gooseneck Hill does not receive any government funding or grants. They have 700 endangered and protected ducks, geese and swans from all over the world. All the birds can fly this 5-acre sanctuary. Come and support them. For more information : (716) 9426835, email rosebird@ frontiernet.net, visit www.gooseneck hillwaterfowlfarm.com or come to the fundraiser and support them.


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State Officials Laud Opening of EBC’s New Brewery

ELLICOTTVILLE — With the grand opening of Ellicottville Brewing Co.'s $6 million production facility in Little Valley this week, several state officials are praising the work of the local company. The new 75,000-squarefoot facility in Little Valley — the company’s fourth location in Cattaraugus County — is meant to help with the expansion of commercial production and bottling operations, as well as create roughly 40 new full-time jobs. EBC, which distributes its products to locations around the world, will also retain its 149 existing employees, officials said. In a February interview with the Olean Times Herald, EBC owner Peter Kreinheder said he plans to make the Little Valley site into a regional brewery destination. Attractions include the EBC Public Pub & Tasting Room, future outdoor music events and the creation of what he called “The Science Center of Brewing” — a place where tourists can see such aspects of beer making as the malting process and yeast biology. Empire State Development will facilitate the project through a $600,000 Western New York Regional Economic Development Council grant and $134,000 in Excelsior Tax Credits. In a statement Tuesday, Kreinheder thanked Gov. Andrew Cuomo for his “enthusiastic support” of

the state’s craft beverage industry, which Kreinheder said “has helped propel small breweries such as Ellicottville to a level where we can compete with other regional and national brands.” “A focus on our industry has helped create a sense of pride for the beer and food produced in New York State and Ellicottville Brewing Company is proud to be a part of that legacy," he added. Cuomo lauded EBC for "creating new jobs for Cattaraugus County residents while supporting local farms and providing a new food and beverage destination for all to enjoy." In February, Cuomo announced the state is now home to 400 breweries, surpassing the previous record of 393 breweries set in 1876. EBC, founded in 1995, purchased the former Salamanca Beverage Corp. building at 202 Second St. to establish a new location — others are in Ellicottville, Fredonia and Lakewood. The building had been used for storage before company officials began working with the Cattaraugus County Industrial Development Agency in 2016 for inducements including a sales tax exemption, a payment in lieu of taxes on new value added to the property and a possible mortgage tax exemption. Kreinheder at the time estimated the new facility could draw up to 50,000

visitors a year. The project included the construction of a production facility that is capable of making 180 barrels a day. The beer is then bottled, labeled and packaged for delivery locally and distributed to destinations as far away as South Korea. State Sen. Catharine Young, R-Olean, said entrepreneurs like Kreinheder are “the driving force behind Western New York's economic boom." "By working together with Governor Cuomo and Empire State Development, we are protecting and growing job opportunities for our families and young people so they can stay after they graduate. The high quality beverages produced at this facility are second to none across the country,” she said. Assemblyman Joseph Giglio, R-Gowanda, called EBC’s expansion “an exciting venture for the people of Cattaraugus County.” “The company's growth from Ellicottville to Fredonia and Lakewood, and now to Little Valley is an encouraging boost to economic development and tourism in our region,” he said. “New York State's craft beverage industry has grown exponentially in recent years, and it is wonderful to see its impact here in Western New York. The positive effects of this kind of investment, in both capital and jobs, are incredible for a community like Little Valley.”

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