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SEPTEMBER 22-28, 2017

By Mary Heyl

Enjoy the first full weekend of autumn by exploring local alpaca farms during National Alpaca Farm Days on Saturday, Sept. 23 and Sunday, Sept. 24! Always held during the last weekend in September, National Alpaca Farm Days is a fun annual event that invites the public to learn about these beautiful, versatile animals that have created a remarkable surge in the agribusiness industry over the past two decades. If you think you know all there is to know about alpacas, think again! Although it’s well-known that alpaca fiber is very warm and hypoallergenic (it doesn’t have wool’s lanolin, which is an allergen to some), did you know that it’s also naturally flame resistant? Even better, alpaca fiber is also water resistant: it can wick away moisture, which makes it great for close fitting garments, like socks, and accessories that get exposed to rain and snow, like hats and scarves! Although alpaca farms have come into vogue in just the past couple of decades, raising alpacas for their fleece is hardly a new business. Alpacas were domesticated by Incas more than 6,000 years ago because of their luxuriously soft fleece. Because of its versatility and excellent quality, alpaca fiber was reserved primarily for the garments of the upper echelon of ancient Incan society. Fortunately, these days, anyone (royalty or not!) can enjoy the warmth and beauty of alpaca fiber, as it is incorporated in many every day garments that are available at local alpaca farms. Learn all about how these gentle animals are raised and what it takes to make fleece into fabric during National Alpaca Farm Days at any one of Cattaraugus County’s alpaca farms: A Slice of Heaven Alpaca Farm and their Simply Natural

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Weekend Chairlift Rides Spruce Lake, Holiday Valley September 20 - 23 NIGHT LIGHTS Griffis Sculpture Park September 22 ECS Homecoming September 22-24 Ellicottville Lacrosse Festival September 23-24 National Alpaca Farm Days September 23-24 Community Boot Drive for Hurricane Harvey September 24 A Walk in the Nannen Arboretum October 7-8 Fall Fest Ellicottville October 7 Fall Festival 5K

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of one of the fastest growing sports in the country. The tournament promises to bring some exciting competition, with many teams participating. “We have 38 teams registered ranging from 5/6 graders to 50 year olds,” explained Mike Riorden of Rhino Lacrosse, who worked with the Ellicottville Chamber of Commerce to organize this event. “This year, we have both club and school teams coming from Buffalo, Canada, Rochester, Syracuse, Pennsylvania By Alicia Dziak and Ohio.” In a first ever for Ellicottville, the Ellicottville This year’s tournament is for boys and Lacrosse Festival is happening this weekend, men only, but Riorden said, “we are already in Sept. 22- 24. The fields will be set and teams talks with Lynn Reitenbach about adding girls/ will descend on our area, ready for a weekend See Lacrosse page 9

Franklinville/Ellicottville Upends Maple Grove, 26-6

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ECS Officials Meet with New Insurance Agency

By Kellen M. Quigley

At the Sept. 19 Ellicottville Central School Board of Education meeting, district treasurer Aimee Kilby reported on her first interactions with the district’s new insurance agency. After the school recently changed its insurance agency, Richardson & Stout, of

If there was any question which of the eight Section 6 Class D football teams was the front-runner, at least as this season edges to the halfway point, it was emphatically answered on Friday night. Franklinville/Ellicottville went to the home field of defending champion, Maple Grove, and on a mild September evening, dominated the Red Dragons, 26-6. And, even at that, the score was misleading. The Titans (3-0) surrendered a mere 20 yards of total offense heading into the fourth quarter with a 26-0 lead en route to a 324-84 edge in offensive yardage. F/E senior quarterback Brock Blecha rushed for three touchdowns (6, 1 and 13 yards) and finished with 70 yards on 20 carries. But it was his arm that impressed both coaches. See Titans page 4

Wellsville, visited the district earlier this month to meet with Superintendent Robert Miller and Kilby. Richardson & Stout delivered the district’s auxiliary report, which Kilby said went back to 2010 and looked good. They said the district didn’t have many losses or claims, according to

Kilby. “It helps to keep the premium down,” she explained. “And by going to the consortium, we actually only went up like $800. That was something they said was a really good change.” Kilby said the agency also recommended two additional See ECS Board page 5

Nightmare Hayrides Set to Spook Sept. 29 By Elizabeth Riggs

The Ellicottville Rodeo cowboys have ridden off into the sunset, and with the change of seasons, it’s now time for a new form of entertainment in town: Nightmare Hayrides on Sommerville Street. Hosted at the same location as the Ellicottville Rodeo, and by the same couple, the Nightmare Hayrides on Sommerville Street will begin on Friday, Sept. 29, at 6319 Sommerville Valley Road in Ellicottville. “This is our 27th year,” said Karen Kent, who co-owns the

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Visit Randolph This Fall

By Mary Heyl

Autumn is one of the best times of year for visitors to spend a beautiful afternoon exploring the historic village of Randolph. There are many great activities for families to enjoy together as the seasons change, including fun holiday events this winter. Head down Route 219 to Randolph for a memorable weekend soon. Calling all leaf peepers! Enjoy the foliage and explore Amish shops, bake stands, and produce stands; whether you’re looking for a gorgeous hand-made quilt, sturdy furniture, or homemade

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business with her husband, John. Before beginning both the Ellicottville Rodeo and Nightmare Hayride events, Kent said that she and her husband did horseback riding on their farm. “We used to do horseback riding here for probably 10 years and John wanted something else to do that would bring in families. We started the rodeo, and then he decided to do the haunted hayrides,” said Kent. “Back when we offered horseback riding, the rodeo kind of fit in with that, and we also had the tractors and wagons for making hay to feed the horses. Since we had all the equipment, we decided to start Nightmare Hayrides.” The hayrides then grew, and have now become a bigger attraction than even the signature rodeo. “It’s a lot bigger than the rodeo,” said Kent. It’s easy to see why. The nightmare hayride experience includes a 25-minute tractordrawn hayride, a haunted wooden maze that twists and turns, a haunted barn, and a vortex tunnel. “We change it up every year; otherwise everyone can figure out where they are going,” said Kent. “This year, there are several new haunts.” The hayride haunts include a full cast of clowns, witches, chainsaw men, scarecrows

and anything and everything in between. But according to Kent, the wolf man is the signature character that is both especially well-known and frightening. “We have the wolf man. He likes to scare you while you’re least expecting it out front or after you get off the wagons. Sometimes he’ll even jump out of the toilets. He could be anywhere,” she said. And because several of the characters are meant to be frightening, Kent emphasized that the experience it best for children 12 and up. “We’re not bloody and gory like some places are, but it’s geared more toward older people. It’s not geared toward tiny children,” she said. “We’ve had instances where small children came and got scared. We get down on their level and let them touch our faces and talk to them, and help so that they aren’t afraid. But really, the event is best for older children.” And adults and children alike all over come to Ellicottville to experience the Nightmare Hayrides on Sommerville Street. “We get Canadians, we get a lot of people from St. Mary’s, Pennsylvania. People come from all over the country,” said Kent. “It’s amazing how far they will drive to go on hayrides. They’ll come multiple times in a season and multiple years in a row.”

Kent continued, “We have a lot of families that have come over the years and now they are bringing their kids because they are old enough to go. It’s a lot of fun.” The hayrides are also something to experience rain or moonshine, as the wagons are loaded and unloaded final Park Restaurant logo 4-20-16 indoors, and both tickets lines and wagons are covered. “A lot of people like to go on the days that it’s raining, they think it’s scarier,” said Kent. And no matter the weather, visitors will enjoy the snack AT ALLEGANY STATE PARK shack on site that serves hamburgers, hot dogs and homemade soups and chilis. So make room in your October weekends to experience the Ellicottville Nightmare Hayrides – no matter if you’ve already been once before. “Take a chance on it. If you aren’t screaming, you’re laughing,” said Kent. “Drive Friday Fish Fry serving out and enjoy the beautiful countryside. Ellicottville Icelandic Fish has a lot to offer, plus this Sunday Breakfast Buffet experience. Watch people and get scared at the same time.” Served Every Sunday from 8:30 am - Noon Admission to the hayrides is $20 per person; 5 and under Serving All Your Favorites are free. The hayrides will run Fridays, Saturdays and French Toast, Bacon, Sausage, Eggs, Breakfast Breads & Sundays, Sept. 29 through Oct. 29, from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. with our Cook to order Omelette Station the last ride running at 9:30. For more information, please call 716-354-2030 No reservations are needed. or 716-354-9163. Email For more information on this event, visit the website at Facebook - Allegany State Park Shops Restaurant

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Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 23 and 24, Ellicottville’s Village Clerk, Mary Klahn, and her husband, Reggie, will be volunteering their time to collect money for the American Red Cross. This will run from 10 a.m. through 4 p.m. both days. You will find them at the traffic light on Jefferson and Washington Streets. Klahn wanted to do this given the recent hurricanes that have affected our country. She is still in need of volunteers and if you can spare any time to this good cause, please contact Klahn at (716) 450-4312 or Also, if anyone is unable to volunteer or wants to donate more, please send a check made payable to the American Red Cross that Klahn will send in with funds collected as a community. Checks can be sent to PO Box 475, Ellicottville, NY 14731. This is another reason why we are lucky to call Ellicottville home. This community is always there for anyone in need whether it affects us or not and that is something very special. Remember if you will be passing through the village on the 23rd and 24th, please grab a couple extra bucks to help support the American Red Cross.

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Blecha hit 16-of-22 throws for 180 yards and at one point logged an un-high-school-like 15 straight completions. The Titans were held to 31 rushing yards in the first half – 25 of those on a fake punt – but Blecha loosened the Maple Grove defense by hitting 12-of-15 passes before intermission and running for two of his touchdowns for a 14-0 lead. Meanwhile, the Red Dragons (2-1) ran a mere 13 first-half plays for those 20 yards. “Our defensive staff was on-point … they were all over it,” Franklinville/Ellicottville coach Chad Bartoszek said. “We spent a lot of time dissecting. You’ve got to give credit to our first defense and our second offense for giving us that good look … the scout look. And when these guys are keyed up, they’re pretty good. We’ve got a great coaching staff and we put in a lot of work for this game and the players, when they execute it, look good.” MAPLE GROVE’S Curt Fischer, one of the state’s top Class D coaches, agreed. “We’re young and we showed it … I think that experience over there (on the opposite sideline) really pays off for them and we even felt that last year (despite

Girls’ Varsity Soccer, Coach Mary Neilon

The girls varsity soccer team defeated Catt-LV yesterday 1-0. Lauren Olejniczak scored the game winning goal off a pass from Julianna Giannicchi early in the first half. Robin Freaney earned the shutout in goal to preserve the win The girls varsity soccer team lost a hard fought match to Portville 3-2 this week. Evie Cortez and Hayly Fredrickson scored the goals. .

Girls’ JV Soccer, Coaches Katie Taylor and Leah Klahn

Last week the ECS JV girls went 2-0. They beat Springville 1-0, Mandy Hurlburt scored the only goal of the game, and Portville 1-0. Madisyn Kilby scored the goal in that game. Kayla Krzanak had both shut outs in goal.

Girls’ Modified Soccer, Coach Tammy Eddy The girls defeated Franklinville 1-0 and Catt./LV 2-0.

We lost to Franklinville last week by the score of 2 - 0. On Monday, we lost to AlleganyLimestone by the score of 4 -0.

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beating F/E 43-12 in the regular season and 33-6 in the sectional playoffs),” he said. “When you can’t put up any kind of scout team to duplicate their speed, that’s tough. I told my kids, ‘You’re going to have to get used to the speed difference. And Blecha is just unbelievable … he was, by far, the best player on the field tonight. He’s in total command of the game and when you have a kid like that … that’s hard to stop.” Meanwhile, Bartoszek was relieved to get a key win in a difficult environment. “It’s tough to come to a place like this and win and get that monkey off our back,” he said. “That’s special. “(But) we’re gonna have to clean up some stuff on the line. This is one of those games where, if a couple of pass plays don’t go our way, it’s a battle. We’re going to keep our heads on us … this isn’t the swan song, we’ve got a long way to go.” He also admitted, “Last week was a good test for us (36-19 win over South Allegheny at Meadville, Pa.) with that speed because (Maple Grove) is a fast team. “This is one of those wins that’s definitely going to do something for our program because those losses (to Maple

Grove) last year were pretty difficult to swallow. It doesn’t mean anything in the long run … we’ve still got to stay healthy and finish what we started and that’s the pressure that comes from winning.” But, at least for now, Franklinville/Ellicottville – which got 14 carries for 54 yards and a touchdown from senior running back Griffin Chudy – is the elite team in Class D. However, as Fischer noted, “They wore us down … but we did stop the run for quite awhile. “The world’s not going to come to an end tonight, the season’s not over. We’re going to work our butts off and hopefully we’ll be the best two teams at the end in our division.” And see each other again in the Section 6 playoffs. AT BEMUS POINT Frank./Ell. 0 14 12 0 — 26 M. Grove 0 0 0 6 — 6 Second Quarter Frank./Ellicott. — Brock Blecha 6 run (68 yards,10 plays); kick blocked, 6-0 Frank./Ellicott. — Blecha 1 run (87 yards, 15 plays), Sam Erickson pass from Blecha, 14-0 Third Quarter Frank./Ellicott. — Griffin Chudy 2 run (62 yards, 9 plays); kick failed, 20-0

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coverage options for the district to consider. One is computer fraud and funds transferred fraud, which Kilby said is good because of doing more work and transferring money online. “They thought it was going to be around $100 for the year, but it wasn’t expensive,” she said. The other option was limited water damage coverage. Kilby said for $250 a year, this coverage would be for smaller instances, such as if someone leaving a window open during a rainstorm and the rain damaged something, it would be covered. “If this was something we want to address at a later date or add, we can talk about it and give them a holler,” she said. “I believe the individuals we work with are very attentive and easy to work with. I think it’s been a great change.” “They’re very personable,” Miller added. “They’ll jump around a little bit, but they’ll get right to the point. They’re really nice guys.” IN OTHER NEWS, Miller shared with the board the conversations from the latest athletic committee meeting, which included policy and regulations when combining sports with other districts on an individual basis. “There were several things that we talked about, and part of that is in the policy and part of that will be in the regulations that we write up,” he said. “My vision is there will be a letter, some rules and a contract that parents will sign that we still need to work on.” Miller said what is in the policy should be set without

needing to be changed while the regulations would be there for any changes that may occur. He said if something had to be changed in regulations, it could happen without needing a full committee and board meeting before the change was made, which wouldn’t be the case for the policy. “It gives the administration a bit of flexibility to recognize each problem,” he said. “All regulations, when they’re drafted, are brought to the board for a reading. We’ve always told (the board) what we’re doing in regulations anyway, so it gives us flexibility there.” Miller also gave a first reading of the policy on combining sports on an individual basis. The main highlight of the policy was looking at combining sports with neighboring borders districts first and then districts within a 25-mile radius of Ellicottville. He also said they should look at what districts they’ve had an established successful relationship with already for a specific sport. “It’s just the first reading. I know it’s not perfect and I’m anticipating some people giving me some suggestions,” he said. “I’m doing a little bit more research, but I wanted to get it moving forward.” The athletic committee also discussed the purchasing of apparel and the state of the sports boosters. When a team buys new apparel, Miller said they sometimes decide to make the purchase on their own, and when the price is higher than expected they ask sports boosters to help make up the difference.

“Had they gone with sports boosters, they’ve been able to cut some pretty good deals for discounts,” he said. “Part of that is sports boosters, part of that is coaches and part of that is just communicating with the parents.” Miller said if a team decides to buy new apparel on their own, it’s not fair to the sports booster to ask them to help pay the rest after the bill comes in. “If they did something upfront, that’d be a bit different,” he said. “Sports boosters is more than happy to help a team get something at a reduced rate, they just have to approach them before they go out and purchase.” ALSO OF NOTE, the board: - approved the Energy Coop of America as the Cooperative Electric Bid (Energy Enterprise) winner at $0.00918 per kwh for the period of Nov. 1 through Oct. 31, 2018. - approved the old IWATSU phone system being declared obsolete and gave permission for the system to be sold on Auctions International. - accepted a letter of resignation from Joe Schultz from the substitute cleaner position effect Sept. 11. - approved John Pfeffer as OM coordinator for the 201718 school year at a salary of $1,000. - approved the Homework Club advisors and substitute advisors for the 2017-18 school year. (Kellen M. Quigley, a reporter for The Salamanca Press, wrote this article on behalf of The Ellicottville Times.)

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If you’re one of the thousands getting ready for the much-anticipated Ellicottville Fall Festival, it’s almost here! In just two short weeks, EVL’s biggest festival returns and you won’t want to miss it. Oct. 7 and 8 brings an endless array of fall fun to the Village and the slopes. Check out a huge food court, an arts and crafts show, carnival rides, a ski swap, tent sales and more. You can also take a chairlift ride at Holiday Valley or HoliMont. Feed your competitive side with some great races. The Fall Festival 5K happens on Saturday, with the Fall Festival Mountain Bike Race following on Sunday. For more info, visit When the sun goes down, the fun keeps going and the local hot spots bring in some of the best entertainment the area has to offer to keep the party going well into the night. Don’t miss this weekend of non-stop fall fun! Stay tuned to the Ellicottville Times for schedules, maps and more as the event gets closer.

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The Cattaraugus County Arts Council (CCAC) is excited to announce their move to Olean! The changes happening right at the corner of Union and West State, across from the Olean Post Office are to get the site ready for CCAC. Early in 2018, the Arts Council will relocate to a newly renovated space at 110-112 West State Street where we will continue our mission of promoting the creation, presentation and appreciation of the arts in the region. Jeff Belt, Manager of Sunny Olean LLC and President of SolEpoxy, Inc., envisioned an arts space at this location, saying, “Our area is rich in artists and artisans so I couldn’t be more pleased to welcome the Cattaraugus County Arts Council to the busiest corner in the County – State and Union in downtown Olean!” CCAC will continue to offer all types

of high quality art classes as well as our popular pottery classes in a dedicated art studio space. Plus, the new location will have an expanded retail storefront and gallery presenting even more opportunities for exposure and sales of work created by local and regional artists. The CCAC board and staff are excited about what this relocation can do for the Arts Council, area artists, and other local businesses. Ira Katzenstein, CCAC board president, said, “The board is excited by this opportunity to expand and grow. This new space will give the Arts Council more opportunities to connect with the community, serve artists and promote the arts more broadly in the region. It is the right place at the right time for the Arts Council.” The Arts & Economic Prosperity in Western New York report conducted by the Americans for the Arts presents compelling data that the arts mean business in Western New York. Robert L. Lynch, President and CEO of Americans for the Arts explains, “a vibrant arts community not only keeps residents and their discretionary spending close to home, it also attracts visitors who spend money and help local businesses thrive.” According to Tina Hastings, CCAC Executive Director, “Downtown Olean is just the right setting to establish an arts community and to watch it grow and flourish, so we were very excited when Jeff Belt shared his vision for an arts space in this location. Since I joined CCAC in 2014, the need for a larger space has been a common topic and we had been actively looking for opportunities to expand. This new space will almost double our current square footage, and will position CCAC in a location with high visibility. CCAC is happy to be part of the revitalization in downtown Olean.”

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PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO VILLAGE OF ELLICOTTVILLE RESIDENTS Please Take Notice That Water Main Flushing In The Village Of Ellicottville Will Take Place From Sept. 25Th Thru The 29Th. Flushing Operations Will Be Conducted Between 9:00A.m. And 1:00P.m. Please Expect Some Water Discoloration And Low Pressure During These Hours. Mary J. Klahn, Village Clerk

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On Friday, September 22, 2017, the City of Olean Department of Public Works Electric Division will be replacing the traffic loops at the intersection of West State and North 4th Street. This will require the closure of North 4th Street, from West State Street to Putnam Street, from approximately 6:30am to 2:00pm. Motorists are encouraged to use an alternate route. The street will be reopened as quickly as possible. Please use caution when traveling in this area. Thank you for your patience. Please call City of Olean DPW if any questions (716) 376-5650.

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September Book Sale Our annual fall Book Sale will start on Friday, September 15th and will continue until mid-October. Lots of great fiction, non-fiction and children’s books. Need a gift for someone? There are beautiful coffee table books too! Paper Cutting Class Come join instructor Cathy Lacy on Tuesday, October

10th from 6 to 8 pm for this German paper cutting class. This art form involves making small cuts into paper to create designs. Artists often create visually elaborate designs that incorporate landscapes, flowers, trees, animals and hearts. Some basic techniques will get you started on paper cutting. This class is free! 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. Our next meeting is Septembe 25th 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.evml.or – check out our 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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“The Cuban Affair” by Nelson DeMille Nelson DeMille’s blistering new novel features an exciting new character, U.S. Army combat veteran Daniel “Mac” MacCormick, now a charter boat captain, who is about to set sail on his most dangerous cruise. One day, Mac is sitting in the famous Green Parrot Bar in Key West, contemplating his life, and waiting for Carlos, a hotshot Miami lawyer heavily involved with anti-Castro groups. Carlos wants to hire Mac for a ten-day fishing tournament to Cuba at the standard rate, but Mac suspects there is more to this and turns it down. The price then goes up to two million dollars, and Mac agrees to hear the deal, knowing that if he accepts this job, he’ll walk away rich…or not at all. This book is currently available in book format only at the Ellicottville Memorial Library. Don’t forget, you can access over 15,300 eBooks and eAudiobooks using your library card!


Sept. 20 Nannen Arboretum Society presents: Monarch Butterfly Restoration in WNY; 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm, Ellicottville Town Center, speaker is David O’Donnel, President, Eastern Monarch Butterfly Farm in Clarence, NY, $5 at the door.

Sept. 24-29 The Bodyguard at Shea’s

Sept. 22-24 Ellicottville Lacrosse Festival

Sept. 30 National Public Lands Day

Sept. 23-24 National Alpaca Farm Days Sept. 23 St. Al’s Craft Show 9 am-3 pm. Crafts, baked goods, raffles, 30 vendors. Located at St. Aloysius Hall, 190 Franklin Street. Sept. 24 Nannen Arboretum A Walk in the Arboretum Ellicottville 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm. Guided tour by Nannen Arboretum Society members through the arboretum grounds, free, rain or shine, refreshments served.

Sept. 30 Rally at Three Valley Trail Races Three Valley Campground, Holland

Oct. 1 BCH Women’s Association Fashion Show “Apple of Your Eye Fashions.” This year’s event will be held at the Concord Senior Center on Commerce Drive, off Waverly, in Springville. Tickets are $8 presale and available at the BCH front desk and the BCH Gift Shop. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door for $9 each. Call (716) 592-2871 ext. 1485 Oct. 7 Fall Quilting Class presented by the Leon

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1. Let your freezer be your best friend. Many grocery stores reduce the price of fruits, vegetables and other perishable food items on the sell by date. Try to find the routine of your nearest grocery store so you know the best time to buy. You can then freeze some of your finds for future healthy smoothies or soups and eat the rest! Speaking of the freezer, frozen vegetables are usually frozen in a way to retain most of the important nutrients, reports ABC news, and they’re often cheaper than the fresh alternative. If you always have frozen veggies on hand, you can throw them in every meal! 2. There’s nothing wrong with generic. If you haven’t already noticed, many items in large supermarkets have knockoff items in either the store’s own brand or a generic name that sounds similar to a more popular brand name. The good news is that with many products, the generic version is just as good as the more expensive brand item. Sometimes people pass over these generic brands of edible items in favor of the more popular brands. One item in particular is vitamins. If there is the same amount of the desired vitamin or supplement in the generic or store brand option, there really is no reason not to go for the cheaper version. 3. Get on the meal prep bandwagon. It’s true— meal prep is quite trendy right now. But who said trendy has to be a bad thing? Perhaps it’s on trend because it’s a fabulous idea. Preparing your meals for the week can be cost effective and healthy, depending on what you’re making. It’s perfect for those looking to

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been as supportive and excited about bringing lacrosse to Ellicottville as we are, so it’s been a perfect match.” In a recent press release, Ellicottville Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Brian McFadden said, “Several years ago, the Chamber began to focus some of our marketing dollars on outdoor adventure activities and it has paid off. We are now seeing more and more visitors on the hills, in the lakes and enjoying our many other outdoor attractions. Adding the Lacrosse tournament is just one more notch in our collective belts. No wonder USA Today calls Ellicottville ‘an outdoor lovers paradise’.” Games will take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. all weekend long. Games consist of two 22-minute running halves with a 5-minute halftime. Make sure to check out the vendor village for your tournament apparel, music, games, and food. All games will be played either at the Ellicottville Central School athletic field complex (5873 US-219, Ellicottville) or at the Village Park (11 Parkside Drive, Ellicottville). See the schedule below. For more info, visit www.

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9am 10am 11am 12pm 1pm 2pm 3pm 4pm 5pm

LycoLax The Pierogie Guy's Woodland Wahoos LycoLax


Woodland Wahoos Green Machine Goo Boys Green Machine

VP 2 VP 2 VP 2 VP 2 VP 2 VP 2 VP 2 VP 2 VP 2

Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday

8am 9am 8am 9am

Navigator Varsity Team Px Prep North Team Px Prep South Tribe Varsity


Rhino Syracuse Bison Lacrosse Grand River Ironmen Rochester Blaze

VP #1 VP #1 Field 1 HS Field 1 HS

Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday

12pm 1pm 12pm 1pm

4th Place East 3rd Place East 2nd Place East 1st Place East


4th Place West 3rd Place West 2nd Place West 1st Place West

VP #1 VP #1 Field 1 HS Field 1 HS

Mens Open Division Goo Boys LycoLax The Pierogie Guy's Green Machine Woodland Wahoos

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HS Varsity Division East Rhino Syracuse Team Px Prep North Bison Lacrosse Navigator Varsity

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Goo Boys The Pierogie Guy's

1st Place Men's Open

LycoLax Woodland Wahoos

2nd Place Men's Open

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Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday

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Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday

9am 10am 11am 12pm 1pm 1pm 3pm 4pm

Men's Masters 30+ No Limits Rusty Quakers Misfits and Rockstars

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VS. VS. VS. Misfits and Rockstars VS VS. Rusty Quakers VS VS. Rusty Quakers VS. VS.

No Limits Misfits and Rockstars No Limits

3rd Place Men's 30+ 1st Place Men's 30+ 2nd Place Men's 30+


3rd Place Men's 30+ 1st Place Men's 30+

VP 3 VP 3 VP 3

3rd Place Men's 40+ 1st Place Men's 40+ 2nd Place Men's 40+

VP 3 VP 3 VP 3

TBD 2nd Place Men's 30+

VP 3 VP 2

1 2 3



Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday

11am 12pm 1pm 2pm 3pm 4pm 5pm

Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday

9am 10am 11am 12pm 1pm 2pm 3pm 4pm

Men's Masters 40+ Ohi:yo' Masters Team Tarzan Mojo Custom Apparel

Team # 1 2 3


Ohi:yo' Masters Mojo Custom Apparel Team Tarzan

Mojo Custom Apparel Team Tarzan Ohi:yo' Masters 1st Place Men's 40+




Team Tarzan

VP 3

Ohi:yo' Masters

VP 3

Mojo Custom Apparel

VP 3

TBD TBD TBD 2nd Place Men's 40+

1 2 3 4



Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday

9am 10am 11am 12pm 1pm 2pm 3pm 4pm 5pm

Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday

9am 10am 11am 12pm 1pm 2pm 3pm 4pm

5/6 Division Grand Island Rhino Syracuse Rochester Blaze Champion

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West Team Px Prep South Trive Varsity Rochester Blaze Grand River Ironmen


Grande Island Rochester Blaze Champion Grande Island

Champion Rhino Syracuse 3rd place 5/6 division 1st place 5/6 division

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8




Rhino Syracuse Champion

Field 3 HS Field 3 HS

Rhino Syracuse Rochester Blaze

Field 3 HS Field 3 HS

Grande Island Rochester Blaze

Field 3 HS Field 3 HS

4th place 5/6 division 2nd place 5/6 division

Field 3 HS Field 3 HS



Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday

9am 10am 11am 12pm 1pm 2pm 3pm 4pm 5pm

Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday

8am 9am 10am 11am 12pm 1pm 2pm 3pm

7/8 Grade Division Bison Lacrosse Rhino Syracuse Rochester Blaze Gold Team Px Prep Rochester Blaze Silver

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VS. Team


Bison Lacrosse Rhino Syracuse Team Px Prep Bison Lacrosse


Field 2 HS Field 2 HS Field 2 HS Field 2 HS Field 2 HS Field 2 HS Field 2 HS Field 2 HS

Bison Lacrosse Rochester Blaze Silver

Team Px Prep Rochester Blaze Gold Rochester Blaze Silver Rochester Blaze Gold Rhino Syracuse Rochester Blaze Gold

Rhino Syracuse Rochester Blaze Gold Rochester Blaze Silver Rhino Syracuse


Rochester Blaze Silver Team Px Prep Bison Lacrosse Team Px Prep

Field 2 HS Field 2 HS Field 2 HS Field 2 HS Field 2 HS

1st place 7/8 division

VS. 2nd place 7/8 division

Field 2 HS

1 2 3 4 5




VS. Team


Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday

9am 10am 11am 10am 11am 2pm 3pm 2pm 3pm 4pm

Tribe 20/21 Navigator JV Rochester Blaze Iroquois Elite Rhino Syracuse Tribe 20/21 Rochester Blaze Iroquois Elite


Bison Lacrosse Rhino Syracuse Team PX Prep HardCorLax Bison Lacrosse Navigator JV HardCorLax Team PX Prep

Field 1 HS Field 1 HS VP #1 VP #1 Field 1 HS Field 1 HS VP #1 VP #1

Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday

10am 11am 10am 11am 2pm 3pm 2pm 3pm

Rhino Syracuse Bison Lacrosse Team Px Prep Rochester Blaze 4th Place East Division 3rd Place East Division 2nd Place East Division 1st Place East Division


Tribe 20/21 Navigator JV HardCorLax Iroquois Elite 4th Place West Division 3rd Place West Division 2nd Place West Division 1st Place West Division

VP #1 VP #1 Field 1 HS Field 1 HS VP #1 VP #1 Field 1 HS Field 1 HS

HS JV Division East Tribe 20/21 Bison Lacrosse Navigator JV Rhino Syracuse

Team # 1 2 3 4

West Team Px Prep Rochester Blaze Iroquois Elite HardCorLax

5 6 7 8




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6 MONROE ST. 3 BR/2 BTH open concept home in the heart of the Village. Huge backyard and deck for entertaining. B1075366 $369,000

6882 LESLIE RD. Hillside setting. 5 BR/5 BTH custom built home. Fabulous finishings throughout. 4800 SF. B1071967 $995,000

SALES DIRECT 6 EASY ST. 3 BR/2 BTH w/WBFP chalet on the slopes of HoliMont. Extra ½ lot that gives access to the pond. Mostly furnished. B1055806 $297,500

699-2000 6084 Rte 219 S Ellicottville, NY 14731

6223 WITCH HOLLOW 4 BR/2 BTH newer Home in a wooded setting. Media room, lg. patio, fire pit, hot tub, 2 bunk rooms in lwr. level. In floor heat & more. B1055544 $429,000


404 FOX RIDGE NEW! 3 BR/3 BTH townhome w/panoramic views of the slopes at HV. Totally upgraded inside and out. Move right in! B1074901 $319,000 • 716-699-2345 • 800-323-0020 September 23 - HV Road Show Rail Jam at UB September 30 - HV Roadshow Rail Jam at Canalside 29-Oct 1 - Ski Company Rochester Swap and Sale 30-Oct 1 - Ellicottville Ski Shops Tent Sale Chairlift Rides to Spruce Lake Weekends through Oct. 15

October 7 • Fall Fest 5K Run October 8 • Fall Festival Mountain Bike Race November 10-11 • Holiday Valley Beer & Wine Festival November 24* • Target Opening Date

71 W. WASHINGTON Walk to two chairlifts at HoliMont. Completely updated 3 BR/1.5 BTH home w/ garage. Mostly furnished. B455121 $267,700


42 JEFFERSON Short walk to Village. 2 family set up. 3 BR/1 BTH furnished apt plus 4 BR/2 BTH home. Great back yard & deck. B1062246 $419,900

15 ALPINE MEADOWS NEW! Move right in! Updated kitchen w/granite & new appliances, hardwood, new gas FP. 3 BR/2.5 BTH. Many other updates. B1074542 $299,000

17 DUBLIN Totally remodeled hillside 3 BR chalet just 5 min. to Ellicottville. New drywall, flooring, kitchen plus appliances and more. B1072212 $174,900

5260 HEFFERAN Only mins. to E’Ville. 3 BR/2 BTH w/panoramic views. Wraparound deck, hot tub, sauna, fire pit, outdoor shower, gazebo. B508166 $284,999


165 WILDFLOWER Looking to entertain a crowd; this is the one! Beautifully updated 2 BR/2 BTH plus loft. A/C; slope views. B479093 $243,000

5754 HUMPHREY RD. This duplex is price to sell! Live on one side and make the other side work for you. Just 5 min. to Ellicottville. B1071520 $145,000

124 GREEN VALLEY NEW! Beautiful 3 BR/2 BTH mobile home on large corner lot w/ bonus Florida Room and hot tub. Minutes to E”Ville and skiing. B1072371 $69,900


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To rent or own 1-3 BR condos from $77,500; Ski in/Ski out! Close to golf course and lifts.

ALPINE MEADOWS To rent or own from $259,000; 3 BR/2.5 BTH across from HV ski slopes.

WILDFLOWER To rent or own studios, 1 & 2 BR condos from $82,900. Across from HV Resort

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$759,000 Top of the Line

Stunning chalet w/ high-end finishings inside & out, perfect for the avid entertainer. Steps to the slopes of HoliMont!

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$269,500 Move in Ready!

$238,800 Heart of Village


This 3/2 is steps to the main chalet at HM. Ski Room opens to the welldesigned great room f/ dining, living and kitchen. Expanded glass wall for the view of the creek & woods.

Best price for what you get in the village! 2 Stone fireplaces, fully furnished featuring view of slopes. Walk to all of your favorite shops & restaurants!

$367,000 Hillside Getaway!

$174,900 Private Pond!

$79,000 Country Home!

Minutes to village this 4/3 comes with 5+ serene ac. 1.5 miles to HoliMont; perfect for entertaining!


$27,000 Your Oasis Awaits!

Great building lot located minutes from the vlg. of Ellicottville, ski slopes, shops & restaurants. Wooded, private setting. Near a creek that you can fish!



Watch your stress melt away in this resort like 3/2.1 home. Deck overlooks pond with fountain; your getaway 25 minutes to the slopes!


$428,000 Gourmet Kitchen!

Luxury ski living 5 min. to village. 5/3 f/ 2 story dining/great room, granite counters, Viking appliances & sauna. Deck is perfect for taking in the view of HV slopes!



Bright open layout in this immaculate double wide situated on nearly 1 acre. Front & back decks to take in the beautiful scenery. Oversized 2-car garage!



Join the fabulous “chaletlier” community of Sun Up. Located in the Village of Ellicottville, walk to all of your favorite destinations. Quick drive to the slopes!


Amy DeTine Licensed R.E. Associate Broker 716-583-3769

“Riding the extra mile for you for all your real estate needs in Ellicottville and the Southern Tier!”


Relax with friends and family in 5-Star luxury at the EllicottVillas, Ellicottville’s most popular residential community. These beautiful and spacious Villas designed with open floor plans are the perfect complement to your group’s stay in Ellicottville. Spend a weekend or full week with us. Or become an owner and enjoy this great space while also seeing a return from Ellicottville’s attractive rental market.

$1,295,000 Motivated Greer Hill owner! 5000 sq ft log home, professionally decorated, 5 BR/ 4.2 BA, 2 master suites, wide plank floors, 2 massive stone fireplaces, multiple decks, hot tub, ski in/ ski out and village access


Off-Season Rental Rates until Dec. 1 Sleeping Capacity up to 14

$529,000 Fabulous HoliMont Chalet!

Incredible slope views in this stunning 5 BR/ 3.5 BA chalet – professionally decorated on 5 acres with pond, with Finger Lakes trail above!


Book Your Fall or Winter Vacations NOW! Affordable Luxury in the heart of Ellicottville

• 3,300 +/- Sq. Ft. • Perfect Place to Stay for Ski Groups, Wedding Parties, Family & Corporate Retreats • Walking Distance to Village of Ellicottville • One Bedroom Efficiency Rentals also Available

$568,000 Upscale Village Condo

Enjoy the sights & convenience of Ellicottville in this 1700 sq ft condo that takes urban sophistication to a whole new level, includes parking!


$279,000 Village new, new price!

Over 2600 sf, 4 BR/ 3 BA, completely updated, hardwood floors, family room and master bedroom addition, gas fireplace, walk to everything!


$125,900 Motivated Owners!


$425,000 The view to die for!

Astounding views from this 3+ BR/ 2 BA immaculate chalet, wrap around porch, newer heated barn on 12 acres for 4 seasons, mins to town!


$435,000 So much more than a home!

Set atop a treed knoll, with 7 acres, 5 Perfect for year-round or ski families, fenced for horses, charming farmhouse lovingly cared for by its full-time owners, with views, 3 stall barn, 3 BR/ 2 BA, almost 2 acres, 5 BR, 4 BA, gas fireplace, deck, trails! separate studio plus barn, huge deck and yard


$385,000 Four doors from HoliMont chalet!

This 3 BR/ 2.5 BA chalet offers walk to the slope convenience without the hefty price tag, meticulously maintained


$155,000 Rental Moneymaker

Two Unit home plus shop and outbuildings close to town, slopes, school, offers great annual gross income and potential

Check out our office listings at: (716) 699-6600

For Rental and Sales Information, 6394 Route 242 East, Ellicottville, NY

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