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VOLUME 6 ISSUE 36

SEPTEMBER 8-14, 2017

By Alicia Dziak

If you’re looking for ways to connect with the great outdoors that are above and beyond your typical hikes, look no further than the Enchanted Mountains, a hub of September activity. Art, nature, education and music come together at some unique local events and activities this month. Griffis Sculpture Park is one of the area’s hidden gems. With over 250 sculptures gracing the park, there are meandering trails, with each sculpture placed with the natural setting in mind, creating a truly unique experience between art and nature. The park is a daytime attraction, beckoning hundreds of visitors to explore it every spring, summer and fall. The rare opportunity to check out the park at night once again arrives next week, when NIGHT LIGHTS return Wednesday, Sept. 13 and runs on select evenings through Sunday, Oct. 8. For the fifth consecutive autumn, Griffis Sculpture Park will again be illuminated with colorful and theatrical lighting. NIGHT LIGHTS will be open 17 nights for guests to view the interaction between lights, nature and art. The show has attracted over 5,000 visitors since 2013. “Over the past four years, NIGHT LIGHTS has been a fun and creative way to bring visitors to the Griffis Sculpture Park. In addition to raising revenue for the park, it gives people another reason to come out to visit such a unique place,” said Doug Sitler of Sitler HQ, who creates the light displays. “A lot of people look forward in coming to the sculpture park for NIGHT LIGHTS each year. Many drive into Springville or Ellicottville for dinner before coming out to see the lights.” If you’ve never experienced NIGHT LIGHTS at the park, you’ll be blown away by

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Upcoming Events Weekend Chairlift Rides Spruce Lake, Holiday Valley September 13-16 NIGHT LIGHTS at Griffis Sculpture Park Begins September 15-17 Rock n’ Roll Weekend Ellicottville September 16 Pumpkinville Opens 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 October 7-8 Fall Fest Ellicottville October 7 Fall Festival 5K October 8 Fall Festival Mountain Bike Race

Get Ready to Rock and Roll Sept. 15-17

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It’s September in Ellicottville, and although summer is coming to a close, there are still plenty of opportunities to get your dose of hot music and cool cars. Rock and Roll Weekend, returns Sept. 15-17, presented by Northtown Auto, and it’s sure to entertain.

The weekend starts Friday night, Sept. 15 with the finale of Ellicottville’s Stroll the Streets. The shops are open and the streets are full of great family-friendly activities. You never know what to expect. You may encounter stilt walkers, henna tattoo artists, maybe event giant soap bubbles or balloon sculpture artists. There is even a movie at the Village Gazebo. The Stroll runs from 5 to 8 p.m. and the movie starts at 8 p.m. Madigan’s hosts Ellicottville favorites, Party Squad. in their green bar Friday night at 6. Party Squad is made up of Buffalo Music Hall of Fame members and is regionally one of the most recognized and respected bands playing. At 7 p.m., Darkwater Duo will be on the mainstage at Balloons. The band, usually just a duo but occasionally has others sitting in, plays some great acoustic mix covers of familiar songs. They are quickly building a following See Rock and Roll page 9

ECS sports are in full swing! Check out photos and schedules on page 5.

October 28 EVL Half and 5K

Pumpkinville Opens Next Weekend

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almost over. On Saturday, Sept. 16, this popular fall destination will open for the season, with numerous activities, delicious cool weather food and lots of pumpkins awaiting your arrival! For the second year in a row, Hollywood Studios are affiliating with Pumpkinville to celebrate a special anniversary. This year, Universal Pictures

is partnering for the 75th Anniversary of Curious George and its upcoming movie. It is only one of a handful of places across America selected by Universal. Pumpkinville has included Curious George in the design of their six-acre corn maze. The official character will also be visiting Pumpkinville

Run kicks off at 9:30 a.m. from Holiday Valley, when runners take to the local streets on this fun, challenging and climbing finish course. A fun post-race party takes place at the Holiday Valley Mountain Sports Center with light lunch, beverages and great door

prizes. The race helps support HEART Animal Shelters and the Holiday Valley Ski Patrol. Toe register or for more info, visit www.heartrateup.com. The following day, on Oct. 8, the Fall Festival Mountain Bike race takes

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On your mark, get set, go! The fall race season is just getting started and now’s the time to sign up! Right here in Ellicottville, you have your pick. On Saturday, Oct. 7, the Annual Fall Festival 5K

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Back to School, Back to Work

ECS Board of Education President Connie Hellwig called the first meeting of the 2017/18 school year to order Tuesday evening, Sept. 7 at 7 p.m. Superintendent Robert Miller acknowledged the

“excitement in the air” with the return of students on their first day. School bus routes were discussed, with a change request coming from West Valley school district, requesting the pickup of students at Beaver Meadows Road and Route 219 be moved

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on Sept. 23-24 and Sept.30Oct. 1 from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. each day. Pumpkinville will offer Curious George-themed activities throughout their six-week season from Sept.16 – Oct. 31. Curious George merchandise will also be available in the gift shop. Visitors can also check out returning favorites like the Jumpin’ Pillows, the cow train and the pedal cars, to name a few. And bring your camera, as there are too many photo opps to count. Come hungry and enjoy chicken barbecue, pumpkin donuts, fudge and maple cotton candy, and wash it all down with cider from the on-site cider mill. Stock up on apples, gourds and of course, pumpkins! Pumpkinville is located at 4844 Sugartown Road in Great Valley. For more info, visit www.pumpkinville.com.

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.

out 8 In The Rough Trail Run, which starts at Sprague Brook Park’s casino. This 8.7 Mile trail run features challenging terrain, single track and park trails. Amazing door prizes, post race party, camping and lunch round out the event, with proceeds helping support HEART Animal Shelter. Preregister at www.heartrateup. com. Race-day registration is also welcome. On Saturday, Sept. 16 at 9 a.m., join the Queen City Architecture Run at Big Ditch Brewing Company, 55 East Huron Street in Buffalo. This over the mountain at Holiday 3.5 mile run celebrates the City Valley. Bikers will navigate of Buffalo and its architecture. the 4.7-mile course with Proceeds will go to sponsor challenging climbs and local architectural events downhills, combined with and scholarships, with the amazing single-track sections. after-party and awards at Big Compete for the door-prize Ditch Brewing immediately pool and awards ceremony, which recognizes the top three following the race. For more finishers in several age groups info, visit www.aiabuffalowny. org. and classes. The races start Also on Sept. 16 is The promptly at 10 a.m. at Holiday 2017 Mighty Niagara Half Valley’s Mountain Sports Marathon. The course heads Center For more info, visit alongside the Niagara River, www.heartrateup.com. through the historic villages On Saturday, Oct. 28, the EVL Halloween Half and 5K of Lewiston and Youngstown, makes its return to the village. by the French Castle, the lighthouse and Historic Old Running in the EVL Half Marathon will take you on 13.1 Fort Niagara’s compound, Fort Niagara State Park. Running miles of beautiful countryside roads. The Half will start at 11 by the beach, you’re enjoying a.m. on Monroe Street. Hoping the views of Lake Ontario and the live entertainment at to run but want to et to that after party sooner? Sign up for every mile as you continue on to Four Mile State Park, the 5K instead. Participants across the finish line at will get the always-awesome Porter-on-the-Lake Park. custom t-shirt. Of course, this is in celebration of Halloween, For more info, visit www. mightyniagarahalfmarathon. so don’t be shy and plan on com. wearing a costume. Awards On Sunday, Sept. 17, at by will be given to the best 11:30 a.m., the 26th Annual costumes for the following Shea’s 5K Run will take place categories: Best Group – at Shea’s Performing Arts Two or more people, Best Center, 646 Main Street in individual, Funniest, Scariest, Most Girly, Best Kid and Best in Show. Pricing goes up after Oct. 1 so don’t wait to sign up! To register and for more info, visit www.evlhalf.com. If you’re looking for other area races to get you prepped for October, you’re in luck! On Saturday, Sept. 9, the Bemus Point Community Race takes place at 1 Lakeside Drive in Bemus Point. This is a community race open to all. On Sunday, Sept. 10, check

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It’s a great time of year to live or work in Ellicottville. The excitement of a new school year with endless possibilities, fall sports and numerous other activities to enjoy as the days get shorter and cooler all make fall in the region a favorite season of many. And since this is Ellicottville, there’s always a fun way to spend your weekends and free time. In the next 10 days alone, you can choose from the spectacular NIGHT LIGHTS at one of my favorite places, Griffis Sculpture Park, Rock and Roll Weekend, full of great live music and a street lined with the coolest cars around, and the season opening of Pumpkinville, a place no one should miss. Be sure to check out all the articles in this week’s paper to plan your fun so you don’t miss any of the things you can only do this time of year. Happy almost fall! - Alicia Dziak, Editor, Ellicottville Times

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this is a perfect place to cruise the roads of the park and then show off your vehicle. For car fans, this is a great place to check out vehicles from yesteryear.

This family-friendly event will take place on the second Wednesday of each month through Sept. 13. After cruising the park, vehicles will be displayed at the Red House Bathhouse parking area from 5 to 8 p.m. Registration is not required and all vehicles are welcome to be shown at this free event. For more information contact the Environmental Education Department at (716) 354-9101 ext. 236.

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Just one large egg contains almost a quarter (22 percent) of your RDA of selenium, a nutrient that helps support your immune system and regulate thyroid hormones. Kids should eat eggs, especially. If children and adolescents don’t get enough selenium, they could develop Keshan disease and Kashin-Beck disease, two conditions that can affect the heart, bones and joints. You’ll improve your By Kim Duke, NETA & AAFA Certified Trainer cholesterol. There are three ideas about cholesterol that Eggs might just be the practically everyone knows: easiest, cheapest and most 1) High cholesterol is a bad versatile way to up your thing; 2) There are good and protein intake. bad kinds of cholesterol; 3) Beyond easily upping your Eggs contain plenty of it. daily protein count— each Doctors are generally most 85-calorie eggs pack a solid 7 grams of the muscle-builder— concerned with the ratio of “good” cholesterol (HDL) to eggs also boost your health. bad cholesterol (LDL). One They’re loaded with amino large egg contains 212 mg of acids, antioxidants and iron. Don’t just reach for the whites, cholesterol, but this doesn’t mean that eggs will raise the though; the yolks boast a fatfighting nutrient called choline, “bad” kind in the blood. The body constantly produces so opting for whole eggs can cholesterol on its own, and actually help you trim down. a large body of evidence When you’re shopping indicates that eggs can actually for eggs, pay attention to the improve your cholesterol labels. You should be buying profile. How? Eggs seem to organic, when possible. These raise HDL (good) cholesterol are certified by the USDA while increasing the size of and are free from antibiotics, LDL particles. vaccines and hormones. As You’ll have more get-upfor color, that’s your call. The and-go. Just one egg contains difference in color just varies based on the type of chicken— about 15 percent of your RDA of vitamin B2, also called they both have the same riboflavin. It’s just one of eight nutritional value, says Molly B vitamins, which all help Morgan, RD, a board certified sports specialist dietician based the body to convert food into fuel, which in turn is used to in upstate New York. The following are just some produce energy. Your skin and hair will of the incredible effects the improve. B-complex vitamins mighty egg can have on the are also necessary for healthy human body. You will boost your immune skin, hair, eyes, and liver. (In addition to vitamin B2, eggs system. If you don’t want to are also rich in B5 and B12.) play chicken with infections, They also help to ensure the viruses and diseases, add an proper function of the nervous egg or two to your diet daily.

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Ellicottville Hurricane Fundraiser Sept. 23-24 I would like to chair a fundraiser for the Hurricane Harvey Victims. As a community it would be nice to come together once again and help out the hard work of the AMERICAN RED CROSS. If you would like to volunteer for this event which will be held on September 23rd and 24th for a “traffic collection” please call me at 716-699-4636 or 716-450-4312. If you would like to donate as a community please make checks payable to the “AMERICAN RED CROSS” and send them to: The Village of Ellicottville, PO Box 475, Ellicottville, NY 14731 Thank you, Mary Klahn


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to Irish Hill and Kuhn Roads. The board is looking into the request, and will reply to WVSD. Miller mentioned that there will be an athletic committee meeting on Sept. 6 to discuss the purchasing of team apparel. Miller and Elementary Principal Connie Poulin attended the Ellicottville Rotary’s Tuscan Moon fundraiser event at Holiday Valley Aug. 26. He commented that the ECS students who volunteered as servers were helpful and friendly, and felt it gave them a positive environment for community service. The majority of the volunteers were seniors and juniors, and a few sophomores as well. Ellicottville will host the first annual Ellicottville Lacrosse Festival Sept. 22-24, and welcome 30 teams with hundreds of competitors from all over. The tournament will be held at ECS and the Ellicottville Village Park. (In addition to games, off-field fun includes a 3 on 3 Mini Tournament, Wooden Stick Making Demonstrations, Wood Stick Game, Lacrosse Vendors, Food Trucks, Dunk Tank, Powell Fun Zone and Live Music. For more info, visit ellicottvillelacrosse.com.) There will be a tour of the lacrosse tournament fields and practice areas this Thursday at ECS. Because the tournament is an all day event, there will be varying amounts of traffic in the parking lots and on the fields. Miller stressed that all

30 teams will not be there at the same time. Poulin’s report focused on the positive return of students to class, and the welcoming of new teachers as well. The kindergarten class hosted a meet-and-greet for parents, students, and the new teachers. Poulin also mentioned that the biggest challenge of the first day was the change of bus numbers and new bus drivers – but the changes and glitches were worked through successfully. She also commented on how nice it was to see veteran teachers helping the new teachers navigate through the day. High School Principal Erich Ploetz opened his first school year at ECS with a “Measure of Success” assembly, striving to deliver inspirational messages and important policies to “eager students and smiling faces.” Buildings and Grounds Committee Report Board members toured the ECS grounds prior the the 7 p.m. meeting, reviewing the recent elementary entranceway renovations. Miller acknowledged the need for curb renovations. The high school weight room was recently cleaned out and cleaned up. The focus of weight lifting activity takes place in the gym, and the old weight room will be used as a combination aerobic area / weight room. Updated fresh air exchanges were recently installed, and the elevator underwent a quick-fix repair.

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French Club Trip to Montreal A concept discussion took place about the ECS French Club’s annual trip, possibly this spring to Montreal, Quebec. There was a conversation about possibly combining it with the senior class trip, which would combine a larger number of students, and ultimately lower the cost per student. Potential turmoil overseas in Europe was of concern, and prompted class advisors to consider a location closer to home, while still focusing on French culture and language. The board approved the preliminary concept, and authorized Mrs. Whistler (French Club) and Mrs. Wilder and Mrs. Waldron (Sr. Class Advisors) to see how much interest there would be from students to go on the trip. Other locations for the senior trip are also being considered. Three items were presented under new business. First, the list of 2017/18 home school students was approved. Second, board member Robert Van Wicklin received approval to attend the Commissioner’s Roundtable on Sept. 8 at NYSSBA in Latham, NY. The final item was authorization of a fiveyear contract with Jamestown Community College (College Connections), beginning with the 2017/18 school year. The next meeting of the ECS Board of Education is scheduled for Sept. 19, 2017 at 7 p.m.

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Six and under are free. Dates and times are as follows: Sept. 13-16, Sept. 20-23, Sept. 27-30, Oct. 4-8; Wednesdays and Thursdays 7:30-9:30 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays (and Sunday, Oct. 8) 7:30- 10:00 p.m. “We hope visitors come to NIGHT LIGHTS at Griffis Sculpture Park and just relax and become inspired. Soak up the lights, the environment and the beautiful fall evenings,” said Sitler. Another way to enjoy the great outdoors this month is to head to Ellicottville’s very

own Nannen Arboretum. On Sept. 20, learn about the Monarch Butterfly Restoration in WNY from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Ellicottville Town Center. The speaker is David O’Donnel, President, Eastern Monarch Butterfly Farm in Clarence. Cost for this program is $5 at the door. On Sept. 24, take A Walk in the Arboretum, offered 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. This free walk will be led by Nannen Arboretum Society members, taking visitors through the grounds. Refreshments will also be served. Since this is a ski town, what better way to enjoy the views than with a scenic chairlift ride? Offered weekends Oct. 15, take in the change of the seasons on Holiday Valley’s Spruce Chair, located by Tannenbaum Lodge and Sky High. Rides are available Saturdays and Sundays, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Why not spend the next couple weeks outdoors doing some unique activities you can’t find just anywhere? Mark your calendars and have a blast!


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NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING ON A PROPOSED LOCAL LAW OF THE TOWN OF MANSFIELD “ A LOCAL LAW TO OVERRIDE THE TAX LEVY LIMIT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2018” LEGAL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to a resolution of the Town Board of the Town of Mansfield, adopted August 21, 2017, the said Town Board will hold a public hearing at the Town Hall in the Town of Mansfield, New York, on the 18th day of August, 2017 at 7:05 O’Clock p.m. to hear all interested persons for or against the adoption of a proposed Local Law entitled: “A LOCAL LAW TO OVERRIDE THE TAX LEVY LIMIT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2018” By Order of the Town Board of the Town of Mansfield Betty Jane Horning, Town Clerk

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I am writing to you on behalf of our physicians and staff at Olean Medical Group. We are reaching out to you in hopes that you can help to raise funds for Bona Responds.  The Bona Responds team is already working hard to provide some relief to families in the Houston area who are in need of wheelchairs - several wheelchairs.  So many people have either lost their chairs in the wake of the storm or surging waters - or they were destroyed altogether.  Bona Responds has answered the call for help and we, in turn, hope that you can help too.   A standard adult wheelchair costs approximately $165.  If you could purchase a chair or two, that would be great.  However, we hope that you could donate any amount that you are comfortable with.  You can do so by one of two ways.  Go online to www.bonaresponds. org and make a donation of any amount.  Or you can drop off cash or a check, made payable to St. Bonaventure marked for Bona Responds, at any of our offices in Olean, (Pictured in the attached photo are Cuba, Ellicottville, Franklinville, or Salamanca - 7 in all l - r, Dr. Gil Witte, Dr. Tressa Jordan, with two offices in Olean and two in Cuba.  Simply give and Dr. Ricardo Ilustre, representing your tax deductible donation to any of our personnel at OMG) registration and they will get it to us at the main office.  In turn, we’ll deliver to St. Bonaventure.   The waters in Houston will recede in ten or eleven days but the damage and destruction will be there for a very long time.  The heartache and sadness will remain just as long for those who lost everything.  Our greater Olean community is so giving .... let’s help them out by giving to Bona Responds.   I am coordinating the fundraising at the medical group offices so if you have any questions, feel free to call or email me.  If you would like to know more about Bona Responds, go to their website.  They are a remarkable group, comprised of students, faculty, and several community volunteers.   Thank you in advance for anything you can do to help out.  No donation is too small either.  If enough of us make a $20 donation, it will add up very quickly.   - Tricia Henzel, on behalf of our Physicians at Olean Medical Group

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September Book Sale Our annual fall Book Sale will start on Friday, September 15th and will continue until mid-October. Donations of books and DVDs are now being accepted up until the start of the sale. No textbooks or musty books please.

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 meetings are September 11th and 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.

‘House of Spies’ by Daniel Silva

Four months after the deadliest attack on the American homeland since 9/11, terrorists leave a trail of carnage through London’s glittering West End. The attack is a brilliant feat of planning and secrecy, but with one loose thread.  The thread leads Gabriel Allon and his team of operatives to the south of France and to the gilded doorstep of Jean-Luc Martel and Olivia Watson. A beautiful former British fashion model, Olivia pretends not to know that the true source of Martel’s enormous wealth is drugs. And Martel, likewise, turns a blind eye to the fact he is doing business with a man whose objective is the very destruction of the West. Together, under Gabriel’s skilled hand, they will become an unlikely pair of heroes in the global war on terror.  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 audio book using our interlibrary loan program. Don’t forget, you can access over 15,300 eBooks and eAudiobooks using your library card!

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Sept. 8 Stroll the Streets Movie Night Finding Dory

Sept. 9 Farm to Table Dinner at Canticle Farm Allegany NY 4 -6 p.m. Four-course gourmet dinner, beer from Four Mile Brewing Co., wine from Savage Winery, Live music, farm tours, bonfire. Adults $30, Children 6-12 $10. canticlefarm.org Sept. 10 8 in the Rough Trail Run Sprague Brook Park www.heartrateup.com Sept. 10 $5 Family Funday at the Albright Knox Museum! Museum admission for the entire family is just $5, and includes an array of programming for children and their families. www.albrightknox.org Sept. 13 Presentation on Joseph Ellicott Ellicottville Memorial Library 7pm by Ellicottville Historical Society Museum & Katy Sergel of the Holland Land Museum. Sept. 13-Oct. 8 NIGHT LIGHTS at Griffis Sculpture Park Sept. 13 Allegany State Park Classic Car Cruise-In Red House Bathhouse parking lot, 5 to 8 p.m.

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Sept. 15-17 Rock and Roll Weekend Ellicottville Fridays through Sept.15 Stroll the Streets Downtown Ellicottville from 5 to 8 p.m. Face Painting, Balloon Twisting, Magicians, Jugglers, Stilt Walkers, Outdoor Movies at the Gazebo, Fire Hula Hooper, Kids Yoga, Kids Fitness, Chalk Art, Henna Tattoos, Prize Wheel, Fun Photo Booth, Live Music, Passport, Shopping and Dining Specials 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 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.

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) 5922871 ext. 1485 Oct. 7 Fall Quilting Class presented by the Leon Historical Society at the Old 1836 Church, Leon, NY. 9am-4pm. To reserve a space call 257-5272 or 296-5709 to place a deposit. www. leonhistoricalsociet.webs.com Oct. 7-8 Fall Festival Ellicottville Oct. 7 Fall Festival 5K www.heartrateup.com Oct. 8 Fall Festival Mountain Bike Race www.heartrateup.com

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The first annual Ham & Turkey Raffle event was held on Sunday, June 4, 2017 at the Ellicottville American Legion on Maples Road. Inspired by Matt McAndrew from his own work on a separate raffle organized by Holy Name of Mary’s Usher Club, the EVGV Trail committee decided to host their own event. They teamed up with the volunteer group that oversees the care of the Nannen Arboretum, offering to donate 25 percent of the net profit on the raffle and event to them. The event consisted of pre-sale tickets for $20, and included a ham and turkey raffle with additional ticket sales, a 50/50 raffle, and numerous door prizes solicited and donated by the Arboretum volunteers. The committee and Arboretum volunteers sold a large percentage of the raffle tickets right out of the gate, and a large number were also sold on the day of the event. An abundance of door prizes and raffle items were solicited and donated by the Nannen Arboretum Society Committee and volunteers. Cheri Reed, Pat Kerl, Nan Miller, Maggie Smith, Sue Blesy, Charlie Jaremko, Paul Kingston, Penny Lipps, Linda and Jeff Davis showed up in force to help at the event. With help from Dale Dunkleman of the American Legion, (who donated the Legion hall, soft drinks, water, and serving supplies)

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Butch Pearl volunteered his experience and sense of humor to MC the event. Jim Dunkleman delivered and provided the hams and steaks at cost. Ushers from Holy Name of Mary volunteered their Sunday to help organize and run the actual event – a huge shout out to Matt McAndrew, Paul Timkey, Bob O’Brien, and Norbert Schmidt. Although the turnout was light, the people that attended were all in! They participated faithfully in each spin of the wheel, and many groups needed help loading up the “booty” at the end of the day. The event was a great success for the first time out of the gate, and all involved agreed that it can be much bigger and more successful next year. Thank you to our community for supporting the Trail!

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The Great Valley Senior Group, including the towns of Great Valley, Humphrey, Salamanca, Ellicottville and Mansfield, will gather for its monthly meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 13,  at the Great Valley Fire Hall.  Bring a dish to pass and your own place setting.  Luncheon is served at 1 p.m.  Come early and visit with your friends or meet new friends.  If you have any questions regarding the meeting, please call Yvonne Darts at 244-6267. Following the luncheon,

a representative will be with us from Hogan and Willig to discuss estate planning.  Bring your questions.  There will be a Q&A after an informational session.  The public is welcome. Our last trip of the year is “Enjoy It Now, Your Children Will Survive” at the Station Dinner Theatre in Erie, PA on Sept. 27, 2017.  The bus leaves the Great Valley Fire Hall parking lot at 9:45.  Don’t be late!  So, please, if you have any questions, call Barb Sergel at 699-2905 or Jean Davis at 945-4223.

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William “Walter” Gambrill, 85, of Capon Bridge, WV died on Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2017 at his home. He was born on Sept. 24, 1931 in Highland, MD, the son of the late Raymond and Evelyn Earp Grambrill. Walter preached the gospel for 26 years at the Zion Community Church in Ellicottville, NY. He filled many pulpits through the years in the states of NY, PA, MD, VA & WV. Walter attended the Moody Bible Institute Correspondence Courses in Chicago, IL, Elohim Bible Institute in Castile, NY and the Bible Truth Institute in Sunberry, PA. Most recently he attended the Hebron Baptist Church in Gore. Walter was a veteran of the Unites States Marine Corp during the Korean War and was a member of the American Legion Post 137 in Capon Bridge, WV. He was a carpenter by trade and had a love of woodworking.  Walter married Janice Richardson Gambrill on Jan.18, 1958 in Highland, MD. Surviving, along with his wife of 59 years, is a son: Daniel “Dan” Gambrill (Betsy) of Summerville, SC; three daughters: Bonnie Harvey (Curtis) of Capon Bridge, WV; Deborah Drew (Michael) of Goose Creek, SC; Barbara Stanton (her late husband Alan) of Depew, NY; and seven grandchildren: Samuel, Jacob, William, Danielle, Colt, Kylie and Emma. He is preceded in death by a son-in-law: Alan Stanton. Memorial contributions may be made to the Amazing Grace Food Pantry, PO Box 540, Capon Bridge, WV 26711 or The Gideons International, Hampshire Gideons, PO Box 240, Romney, WV 26757.

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

SALES DIRECT 7145 RTE 242 Private location adjoining HoliMont. 5 BR/3 BTH chalet with 22+ acres. Great views of the surrounding area. B1009277 $475,000

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

www.holidayvalley.com • 716-699-2345 • 800-323-0020 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 Weather permitting, we’ll be making snow with Mother Nature’s assistance!

with their fun style. Finnerty’s gets into the mix for their first year as a part of Rock and Roll Weekend with Gregg Sansone at 8 p.m. A member of the Buffalo Music Awards Hall of Achievement, Gregg is known for his ability to create a full-band sound from his keyboard, producing not only a unique one-man show but a performance that will have you up and dancing. His music ranges from acoustic pieces to jazz and blues, alternative and classic rock, even a bit of country and Celtic rock. Perennial watering spot for Ellicottville, The Gin Mill, will host 2 Guys Drinkin’ Beer at 9 p.m. The acoustic duo brings great music and fun to the show every time they perform. Villaggio will host Kickstart Rumble at 9 p.m. Kickstart plays originals that range in sound from the early days of Rock and Roll to modern rockabilly and pop punk. They also play covers ranging from Elvis to Reverend Horton Heat, Buddy Holly, and the Stray Cats. According to their website, “This isn’t the 50’s and neither are we, so don’t expect to be sitting down or

having a cup of tea.” The music continues Saturday with an 80s party band at The Winery of Ellicottville Mainstage on Monroe Street. The band will be playing the tunes that made the music of the 1980s so special. The party starts at 1 p.m. on the north side of Monroe Street, right in front of The Winery of Ellicottville. Finnerty’s keeps things going at 3 p.m. with The Carl Motyka Band. The ensemble plays rock from the 1950s to now, but specializes in the stuff that will have you dancing and reminiscing. These guys play everything from The Beatles to Lynyrd Skynyrd to Journey, Tom Petty, Cheap Trick, and many more. East Aurora’s party band, Never Ben, takes to the Madigan’s stage at 6 p.m. Playing music from the 1960s to today, these musicians will be what you’re looking for when it comes to some of the classics. Never Ben covers tunes from Led Zeppelin, The Who, Kings of Leon, even U2 and Lenny Kravitz, all with the occasional country and reggae sound mixed in. Balloons keeps things rolling with Hayden Fogel on stage at 6 p.m. Fogel is a 17-year-old blues guitar prodigy that was immersed into the spotlight when none other than Buddy Guy invited him to play on stage at a show in Buffalo. He and his band have been named one of the top three blues bands in the region by the ALL WNY Music Awards. The show will

be one not to miss! At 8, just down the street at Ellicottville Brewing Company, The Untouchables will perform. These guys will entertain you with some great rhythm and blues, oldies rock and roll, classic soul and much more. After two decades of performing in Western New York and Pennsylvania, they know how to command a stage. Villaggio will wrap up Saturday with DNR on Tap at 9 p.m. DNR is a four-piece band that plays familiar rock and blues from the 1970s to today’s hits. At the same time, Live ‘N’ Kickin’ will be playing at The Gin Mill. The Buffalo-based trio performs their usual highenergy, danceable rock and roll, with just a bit of country mixed in. Sunday features the annual car show. Washington, Jefferson, and Monroe Streets will all be closed as over 250 cars and trucks will be on display. Bring the kids out to see autos from the early 1900s to today. Some military vehicles will also be on display. At 2 p.m., head over to the gazebo for internationally renown Elvis impersonator, Terry Buchwald. You may want to get there early. His shows have a habit of running short of space pretty quick. After Elvis leaves the gazebo, Terry transforms himself into Garth Brooks and continues to entertain the audience. It is an experience that you have to experience. All the fun starts Friday, Sept. 15 and continues until 5 p.m. on Sunday.

6084 Rte 219 S Ellicottville, NY 14731

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517 FOX RIDGE Updated 3 BR/2 BTH townhouse. Custom designed kitchen w/granite & new appliances. Furn. end unit. B1056564 $235,000

34 PINE TREE 3 BR/2 BTH TH; short walk to the Village. Many upgrades and tastefully decorated. No HOA. B1035077 $145,000

6456 CALIFORNIA HILL 4 BR/2 BTH home adjacent to state land. Panoramic views and manicured grounds. Custom finishes. 6 mi. to downtown. B1069936 $254,900

6674 PLUM CREEK Custom log home on 5 acres across from HoliMont. 2 stone FPs, 4 BR/3 BTHS. Mostly furnished. B479113 $349,000

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

NEW!

C103 SNOWPINE Ski in/out refurbished condo. Upgrades inc. new wd flrs & bathroom tile. Rental income potential. B495525 $74,900

699-2345 EXT. 4600

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7 ALPINE MEADOWS 3 BR/2.5 BTH furnished townhouse. Walk to slopes and Village for Ellicottville’s shops and restaurants. B1057805 $229,000

699-2000

SNOWPINE VILLAGE

12069 Olean Rd, Chaffee, NY 14030

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Mon-Fri: 8-5 (Evenings by Appt) • Sat: 8-noon (Fall & Winter) 8-3 (Spring & Summer)

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E201 SNOWPINE Best price for a furnished 2 BR/2 BTH condo next to lift. Ceramic floor; great rental potential. B1071967 $160,000

RENTAL PROPERTIES

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

Tri-County Supply, Inc.

49 WILDFLOWER Walk to the slopes, the Village or enjoy the pond setting of this studio unit. New stone FP; renovated bath. B1070466 $88,900

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

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

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Joany Klopp Bund, GRI Associate Broker Sales Manager

Ellicottville Fall Festival October 7-8

Notary

Office: 716-699-3945 Cell: 716-969-2156 Email:

jkbund@holidayvalley.com

6084 Route 219 at Holiday Valley Road PO Box 1818, Ellicottville, NY 14731 visit: holidayvalleyrealestate.com

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$1,399,000 35 Greer Hill

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$435,000 27-29 East Washington St

Over 5000 sf of custom log home, New Price on 5+ bedroom!Perfect for professionally decorated throughout, year-round or ski families, lovingly 5 BR/ 4.2 BA, 2 master suites, wide cared for by its full-time owners, almost plank floors, 2 massive stone fire2 acres, 5 BR, 4 BA, gas fireplace, sepaplaces, multiple decks, hot tub, ski in/ rate studio plus barn, huge deck and yard ski out access

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

$93,000 H104 Snowpine

Slope side convenience! Tastefully updated one bedroom condo with new gas fireplace, easy access to slopes, tennis courts, golf course, trials – at a price you will love!

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

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12 Washington Street, Ellicottville, NY 14731 Office: (716) 699-4800

...where party is priority!

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Headline: Move in Now! Copy: This well maintained HV unit comes fully furnished f/ many updates incl. kitchen & great location on the hill. 4/1.1 w/ plenty of room to entertain!

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$125,900 6755 Sodum Rd

MLS#B1016839

6590 Plum Creek $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!

MLS#B1005630

$299,000 6346 NYS Rte 242 Greystone

Motivated Owners! Townhouse, Garage, Hot Tub! Set atop a treed knoll, with 7 acres, 5 Live affordably in this spacious & gracious fenced for horses, charming farmhouse townhome with 3 BR/ 3.5 baths, partially with views, 3 stall barn, 3 BR/ 2 BA, finished basement, hot tub, just a short deck, trails! walk to town & no association fees

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$299,000 7259 & 7307 California Hill Under Contract! With 2 fully serviced cabins, almost 100 acres of open, wooded, gently sloping and hillside terrain, offered completely turnkey!

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$249,900 97 Woods

Walk to Sunset Chairlift! Move right in to this furnished mid-level end unit townhouse in desirable HoliMont location, with 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, fireplace, priced to move!

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