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AT THE GIN MILL

‘Everything Old is New Again’ By Deb Everts Later this summer, the tradition will continue in Ellicottville when The Gin Mill reopens at its new home on the corner of Monroe and Washington streets. The establishment’s summer motto is, “Everything Old is New Again. August is coming.” The new Gin Mill building complex once housed the former DJ’s Restaurant, A Touch of Ellicottville and Bike and Bean, respectively located at 26, 28 and 30 Washington St. Owners Ed and Maribeth Rick have been in the process of moving their business for four to five years. Maribeth said they began by purchasing the buildings on the corner of Monroe and Washington streets, then completely renovating and furnishing the five residential apartment units on the second floor. She said the units are currently available for vacation rentals under the moniker of the “Brickstone Suites.” “The plan for moving the bar to the new location has been ongoing for these years as well,” she said. “Ground was broken on the renovations on the main level in the spring of 2018.” The transformation of the complex required gutting the three former storefronts. Maribeth said the process began by completely tearing out the floor and digging a basement below the corner building. After that, they were able to completely reinforce the foundation of the building by pouring a concrete support in this new area. Maribeth said their goal with the renovations is greatly inspired by the past, and they are taking the frontage back to the original look of 1890. “Much of the village was damaged by fire in the late 1800s and, along with several modern touches, our new location will reflect many design and architectural ideas that would’ve been incorporated within the original design of the building,” she said.

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Photo by Deb Everts The Gin Mill plans to open at its new home on the corner of Monroe and Washington streets later this summer. The new establishment will still have the old bars that are currently being refurbished, as well as much of the original Gin Mill décor including the taxidermy, quirky signs, old portraits, and classic beer advertisements that its patrons love.

Slip on down to the Holiday Valley Mudslide this weekend By Kellen M. Quigley

It’s time to break out the running clothes and sneakers you don’t mind getting muddy, because it’s going to be a slip-sliding good time at Holiday Valley this weekend Holiday Valley Resort will host its eighth annual Mudslide Obstacle Trail Run on Saturday, June 15, and there’s a lot of fun in store for anyone looking to get a little muddy for a good cause. This off-road run takes place on the Holiday Valley ski trails, where up to 1,200 runners must navigate 14 obstacles along the muddy 3.5- or File photo A couple participants in a previous year’s Mudslide Obstacle 5.4-mile courses. But don’t worry — Trail Run splash into the mud pit at the bottom of Yodeler there’s no fire, no barbed wire and no at Holiday Valley. This year’s eighth annual event is set for electric shocks, just plenty of laughs! Saturday June 15. A portion of the proceeds will

be donated to Jim Kelly’s Hunter’s Hope Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to giving hope through education and awareness, research and family care for Krabbe, Leukodystrophies and newborn screening. Race packet pickup is from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday and from 8 to 11 a.m. Saturday at the Yodeler Lodge. The event will start at 10 a.m. at Spruce Lake at the top of Holiday Valley’s mountain. A ride to the start on the Spruce Lake chairlift is included in the entry fee. Spectators may ride up the lift for $10. A new layout for the long course has 19 obstacles, and new this

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Great Valley Town Board approves potential food pantry at town hall

By Kellen M. Quigley

A new place for area residents in need of a little extra food at the end of the month could soon be coming to the town of Great Valley. At its Monday meeting, the Great Valley Town Board approved a request by representatives from St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Ellicottville to pursue setting up a community food pantry in the town hall. “If there’s a need, we can fill the need,” said Town Supervisor Dan Brown. Although initiated by members of the church, the food pantry would be a community endeavor sponsored by any entities who wished to support it, explained

Connie Hellwig. Hellwig spoke on behalf of church member Josh Bower who originally proposed the idea to Great Valley. Bower was unable to attend the board meeting. “We feel a call to serve those outside of the church community that are in need, and we feel that we can fulfill this and implement this,” Hellwig said. “We have the means, we just need the location to actually have it done.” The town hall was considered as a site because of its location on a main highway, its central location in the town, its closeness to the Green Valley Estates and the easy access and large parking area, Hellwig said. “We’ve been discussing an outreach food pantry at St. Paul’s

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Girl Scouts of Western New York invites the community to attend its free Daisy for a Day event June 30 at the Ellicottville Memorial Library. Girl Scouts is a yearround experience where

members develop a strong sense of self, display positive values, seek challenges and solve problems in their communities. Girls entering kindergarten and 1st grade

The Cattaraugus County Museum and Research Library has announced their fourth annual Family Day at the museum in Machias from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 15. The event, which will take place during New York state’s spring Path Through History Weekend, will provide programming for the entire family. To begin the programming, the WNY Fiddle Kids will perform at 12:30 p.m. The Fiddle Kids,

led by Heather Pennington of East Concord, range in age from 9 to 18 and always put on a great performance of traditional fiddle tunes. This will be their fourth appearance at the museum. At 2 p.m. will be an educational program on birds of Western New York given by Wild Spirit Education of Delevan. Wild Spirit, founded by Paul Fehringer, is dedicated to educating the public about the natural world in addition to their work rescuing and

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Speakers from New recreating an atmosphere that retains the Maribeth said the story about the building York, Massachusetts and heart and soul of The Gin Mill, while at the housing the current Gin Mill has been handed Colorado tried their best same time updating the mechanical aspects down over the years. Established in 1976, the to answer those questions such as the kitchen and restrooms, created a current Gin Mill site was a grocery store from and many others during challenge. 1921 until 1933. After 13 years of prohibition, Tuesday’s marijuana With the help of the Village Planning Clarence Hughey changed the grocery store symposium at Holiday Board, MDA Consulting Engineers, general into a bar and restaurant in 1933. Valley Ski Resort in contractor Burke Contracting and a number “Our resident Bison, ‘Franklin,’ was Ellicottville. of other local contractors, the design is so named as a nod to President Franklin Experts, speaking becoming a reality. D. Roosevelt who signed the 21st in front of about 120 According to Maribeth, Amendment to repeal prohibition in community members, the entire front face 1933,” she said. including many in of the buildings According to Maribeth, Jim the health fields, was removed and and Janet Tekavec bought discussed Colorado and replaced with a the building and took over Massachusetts’ public more periodthe bar that was currently health changes since correct façade operating there, in 1976. legalizing recreational and all new She said they renamed marijuana use for adults, windows. All three it The Gin Mill and as well as what public storefronts are now operated the business for health questions New connected through about 20 years. York might face if it does the interior. In 1996, they sold the indeed legalize in the near By re-opening an 18business to Ed and Jeanne future. foot portion of the brick Clarmo, but retained ownership “It’s obvious what wall that originally separated of the building. In August 2007, Ed we’re talking about is not the two storefronts, they were able to and Maribeth bought The Gin Mill business our mother’s marijuana connect two of the spaces together. She said from the Clarmos, and they have leased the anymore and this is a they were able to reuse these bricks for much current location the entire time. whole new world we’re of the additional brickwork that needed to be Maribeth said it has become a family-run entering into,” said Kate restored and reconstructed. business with their two sons, Brian and Eddie, Ebersole, facilitator of the The third storefront was also connected and along with Eddie’s wife, Jessica. Future plans Western New York Public reopened with another doorway, which had for transitioning the business over to the Health Alliance, which been sealed up for many years. younger Ricks are in the works. put on the symposium Giving a nod to the past, the Ricks intend Once the new Gin Mill opens, patrons can along with the New to keep as much of the original Gin Mill expect the same hours with breakfast, lunch York State Public Health décor as possible. Maribeth said this included and dinner served. It will be open seven days Association. relocating the original bar and 20-foot back a week, from 7 a.m. all the way through last One of the event’s three bar to the new location in early April to be call at 2 a.m. speakers, Dr. R. Lorraine restored and refurbished. She said they had The Grand Opening weekend is scheduled Collins, said it’s crucial a temporary bar built and installed in the for Sunday, Aug. 4 when John Frinzi and New York get a handle current location to remain operational during other entertainers will perform live at the on the health impact of this transition. “new” Gin Mill. The lineup and showtimes marijuana, as she believes “We realize that a lot of the magic that The will be announced at a later date. legalization is a matter of Gin Mill possesses lives in the décor. All of To see photos and videos of the move, if, not when. the taxidermy, quirky signs, old portraits and as well as the ongoing construction, visit While legalization classic beer advertisements will be coming The Gin Mill’s Facebook page. For more ultimately did not make with us,” she said. information, go online to ellicottvilleginmill. it into the finalized state The Gin Mill has been located at 20 com. budget passed in April, th

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Democratic lawmakers are trying to push a revamped legalization bill ahead of the end of the legislative session next week. Even if that effort fails, it’s widely believed legalization will happen in the foreseeable future. Collins, who serves on Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s workgroup for drafting legislation on legalizing recreational marijuana, said far more research is needed on both the positives and negatives of the drug, noting there’s even still debate whether medical marijuana helps or exacerbates PTSD. “We’re all just kind going on people’s gut sense of what should work. We really don’t know a lot,” she said. “ … People sometimes think, ‘Oh, it’s like alcohol.’ It is not. Alcohol, we really have a very good handle on.” She said researching marijuana’s long-term health effects is difficult given the increased potency of the drug. She said marijuana in the 1970s often contained just 5 to 7 percent THC — the drug’s psychoactive ingredient — while some strains today can carry up to 50 percent THC. Another roadblock for research is the fact the federal government still considers marijuana, along with heroin and ecstasy, a Schedule 1 drug. “Say I wanted to look at the effects of cannabis on driving, which is a huge question … I would need three federal agencies to give me a license,” said Collins, associate dean for research for the University at Buffalo’s School of Public Health and Health Professions. “And that’s not an easy thing to get. By the time you jump through all the hoops, I’ve known people where it’s taken three years.” Cheryl Sbarra discussed much of the

red tape that’s come with Massachusetts’ 2016 recreational marijuana legalization. Sbarra, the senior staff attorney for the Massachusetts Association of Health Boards, noted that while the state’s Cannabis Control Commission oversees all aspects of administering marijuana use, the state does give quite a bit of power to local municipalities. For example, cities and towns can ban marijuana shops inside their borders. One issue that’s arisen is that the state doesn’t classify marijuana edibles — treats laced with THC — as food. “The rationale for that is they didn’t want local boards of health to have to enforce the food code in these establishments because it’s timeconsuming and difficult,” Sbarra said. “That didn’t set very well with the local boards of health, knowing that the state doesn’t have huge resources to send inspectors. If they didn’t inspect, really no one was going to be inspecting, so they can incorporate the food code into local regulations.” The state’s marijuana education campaign, “Responsibility Grows Here,” is more about responsible use than abstinence, Contreras said, adding it advocates safe use for adults and non-use for those under 21 and women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. Her advice for New York was to decide early on what aspects of marijuana are and are not legal, communicate well with impacted parties and “stand behind the scene.” “There’s a lot we don’t know and it’s OK to say that,” she said. “Let’s emphasize what we do know and then if you’re able to, invest in research so we can know better.”


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ECS NEWS & SPORTS Ellicottville Prom King and Queen

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Steven Rowland (left) and Sierra Maybee were named king and queen of Ellicottville’s High School prom late on Saturday.

Steven is the son of Dawn and Steve Rowland and lives in Humphrey. He is an honor roll student, as well as a member of the BOCES Power Equipment Technology program. He recently won Ellicottville’s Male Athlete-of-the-Year Award and has made the regional Big 30 teams for both basketball and football. Steven enjoys hunting, fishing and playing sports. He is the proud recipient of a Humphrey Fire Hall scholarship and will be attending Alfred State for Diesel Tech. He hopes to someday become a Cattaraugus County Sheriff.

Sierra is the daughter of Eric Maybee and Rachel Alexander and lives in Ellicottville. She is a member of the National Honor Society, Student Council and Ellicottville’s literary club, ESPRA. She is also an avid trumpet player. She has participated in volleyball, softball and basketball for the entirety of high school, leading the latter two teams as captain her senior year. Sierra is in the New Vision: Health Professions program at Olean BOCES. She plans on attending Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, majoring in Pharmacy and minoring in Public Health.

We Are Tired

A Collective Sigh from the Class of 2019 By Louisa Benatovich Student Reporter

We don’t know when it became too much, but it did. It’s unbearable now. Every bit of it. We are itching to say goodbye, aching for it to be over. Every morning is a battle between duty and desire. We have played the game, rolling the dice and moving our pawns accordingly. The black-and-white checkers of the finish line are visible in the distance. The exhaustion is marrow-deep and everywhere. We try for the last leg, but we are tired— the kind of tiredness that doesn’t make sense for our youth. An autoimmune sort of lethargy, this is an learned just different ways. The way we accumulation of years of operated was different than the way I'd mind-games and emotional done things in the past at Salamanca. aerobics. I really learned a lot from that and it's We are tired of the same something I'd definitely look to carry tiled halls, the same broken forward into the future. We have a sink and the same faces great coaching staff up there and they every day. get along really well. I'm just looking We are tired of exams and forward to working with those guys review and stress. and hopefully they'll see it the same We are tired of being way. Hopefully, things will work out told to appreciate the lasts, for us. I'm pretty excited about the of being questioned about opportunity.” our melancholy juxtaposed One issue Marsh doesn’t anticipate with the excitement for our becoming a problem is F/E’s partnership between neighboring, rivaling school districts. “I really think it's a unique situation,” he said, “where you take two schools that are rivals in almost every other sport and then you're going to merge them together to play as teammates in another sport. It's definitely a unique situation. It's something that we're going to always strive to work on our cohesiveness. But I honestly, in season, have never seen an issue between the players from each school. I think that these kids do a great job of playing together as one.” F/E expects to return nine of the 11 starters on both offense and defense. “So we've got a lot of experience,” Marsh said. “I still think depth is always an issue, but we have a lot of experience coming back. Hopefully, we can take that experience and hit the ground running. “The biggest thing is just getting in the weight room this summer, getting the kids ready, physically ready for the season. That's going to be our main thing, just making sure the kids are physically ready when they enter camp and two-a-days in August.”

future. We are tired of having to fill out papers and repeat the same thing over and over again. We are tired of looking back and wondering if dreams will be kept alive when we are gone. We are tired of binders and books, pens and pencils, D I dividers and division. We are too tired to focus, to appreciate any of the good that exists. We are tired of working nights and days and afternoons, at jobs, in class and at home. We have pushed ourselves so hard to be well-rounded 1 that we now feel flat. It A is easier to ignore the impending finality than to face it. We are tired of the movies played to placate us, tired of the pre-Armageddon busy work. We are tired of waiting for grades, maneuvering the same teachers. We are tired of driving the same road every single day. We can’t remember dates or attend last parties. We can barely be civil. We are tired of each other, of pretending. We are ready, ready to go.

Marsh moves back into head coaching role at F/E By Sam Wilson

The Franklinville/Ellicottville football program didn’t have to look far for an experienced candidate to fill its coaching vacancy. Nor should the Titans have to look far to fill out their coaching staff. F/E happened to have a long-tenured former varsity coach with recent experience on staff when Chad Bartoszek chose to step down and accept a job at nearby Salamanca, his hometown, and coach the Warriors. In his place on the Titans’ sideline in 2019 will be a former Salamanca coach, Jason Marsh, who assisted F/E the last two seasons. Marsh hopes to keep as much continuity as possible after watching F/E’s rise since the schools’ football merger in 2014. “We just keep doing what we've been doing,” Marsh said of how to continue the Titans’ success. “Obviously what the Titans have done in the past worked pretty well. We're just going to continue functioning in the manner that we've been functioning.” Marsh said he expects Chris Mendell, Mark Blecha, Scott Palmatier, Reed Mitrowski and Harley Butler to return to the team’s coaching staff. “I believe the rest of the coaching staff will remain the same,” he said. “Obviously we'll be minus Chad, and I believe we'll be looking to add one other guy. But the rest of the coaching staff will be the same.” Over nine seasons at Salamanca, Marsh’s Warriors teams went 40-39 from 2005-11 and 2013-14. But Marsh clearly didn’t feel he was done with coaching after the end of his tenure there. “It's a great opportunity for me,” he

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File photo Jason Marsh, the former head football coach at Salamanca, has been appointed to the same position at Franklinville/ Ellicottville after two seasons as an assistant for the Titans.

said of coaching F/E. “I love the game of football. I always have. The game has given so much to me and this is just my way of being able to give back to the game and hopefully provide the same type of experiences for the kids that I always had. It teaches a lot of valuable lessons. I just really love that about the game and I'm looking forward to the opportunity to hopefully provide that type of opportunity to the players up at Franklinville/ Ellicottville.” Marsh, who works for the Salamanca City Central School District as a physical therapist, also coached varsity baseball as an assistant this year. In his nearly five years since last serving as a varsity football coach, Marsh said he learned different ways of setting up a coaching staff by working with the Titans. “I really liked the way the staff worked up at Franklinville/ Ellicottville,” he said. “I think I really

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Failure by the Structure Specifications bids be Failure 9008 East OttoInstructions to and form. sent or must delivered low bidder to by the All 9008 East OttoInstructions to sent or delivered low bidder to Springville Bidders be to Cattaraugus Cattaraugus submit the the form form Springville Road, Road, Bidders will will be to submit Town of East Otto, available June 6, County within the above Town of East Otto, available June 6, County within the above New 2019, and may be be time Department of of time frame frame will will lead lead Department New York, and may according to to secured from Public to according secured from Public Works, Works, to the the automatic automatic specifications, will will Cattaraugus County 8810 specifications, Cattaraugus County rejection 8810 Route Route 242, 242, rejection of of their their Employment/ / Professional Serv. / Employment// be received by the Department Little Legals Valley, NY bid. The contractor Employment Employment Announcements Professional Serv. / Legals Legals Legalsof Legals be received by the Department of Little Valley, NY bid. The contractor undersigned, Works, 14755.Legals Attention: must also ensure Announcements Legals Legalsat the PublicLegals Legals Help Wanted Contractors Help Wanted undersigned, PublicRoute Works, 14755.Smith. Attention: mustallalso ensure Help Wanted Contractors Help Wanted Department ofat the 8810 Dawn that subcontract242, DENTAL Department Dawn thattoallbesubcontract8810 All bids Smith. must be ors used on Little Route Valley,242, New LEGAL NOTICE Public Worksof Now taking VACANCY Bolivar-Richburg INSURANCE. 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Construction) with meeting ALL time of receipt. /code.aspx June 15th, 11AM til The requirements Drive SIDING MEN Yard Sales Form. any or all bids, to will not be as amended by SSNY on Leader www.ottoeldred.org/ Charity Wallace, attachments A, B, specifications will ALL BIDS MUST Password: gone. Dinners $10. forBuilding Duke Center, PA this position needed. Call The full deposit, waive any considered. Local Law 5-2015 5/22/2019. Office: (SBL) certification, human_resources and C to serve as not be considered. BE SEALED AND Secretary NYBX19-02484DessertsVALLEY $1 HOLIDAY 16729 are as follows: 716-372-0759 according to informalities, and to BID #50 requires that the Cattaraugus minimum five (5) *********** SKI RESORT the Cattaraugus Cattaraugus 050 County provide a General Municipal Demolition and accept the lowest *General NYS School County. 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Attention: must also ensure Public Works, undersigned, at the Ellicottville. will begin NO administrative 423 W Riverside St. John’s Episcopal Church, Ellicottville in theinput Classifieds Association, Countyʼs discretion. the contract the undersigned,(2nd 8810 area is up for election locally. Their is accepting nominations Wednesday) Dawn Smith. Route 242, that all subcontractDepartment of EARLY BIRDS! Washington and No Jefferson Sts. EEOC. Currently the documents. under the direction 65 West Main St., this year. 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(716) 938-9121, and submit the Contemporary BIDDING without Little Valley, New ThrivetoAlive Worship Service Sun 9am, Wed) 6pm https://bxstier.com ) State Vendor such certification Each bid, at the (3rdExt. producers, also may support programs, county or cooperate in an Traditional Worship Service The County for approvCERTIFICATE andSun 11am York, until Monday, Login2465. 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Valley FSA-669A nomination 7,700 dedicated members Individuals may nominate Password: at attachments A, B, specifications willto in Sept ALL BIDS MUSTat Sun Sch, are begins examination do so may lead to699-4003, substitutions publicly opened (2nd Monday) NYBX19-02484and C to serve as not be considered. form. The form and BE SEALED AND of the agricultural themselves or others as a Worship, 11am Southern Tier the rejection of the Cattaraugus be submitted at 2:00 P.M.. (at the 050 the Cattaraugus CLEARLY other information same aboutlocation), by Humphrey community serving on candidate. Builders subcontractor at the First time Baptist of bid asChurch, per Cattaraugus County County Vendor County reserves MARKED: Any bid FSA county committee FSA county committees. “I encourage America’s (2nd Monday) Association, Countyʼs discretion. the contract the undersigned, Local Law 12-2012 Responsibility the right to Valley reject not clearly marked Great elections are available at The committees are made farmers, ranchers, Little 65 Valley Town as amended any or all bids, to Form. the West MainbySt., Currently documents. No will not bedirection under the 5049 Rt.219, 945-4629 fsa.usda.gov/elections. of three to 11 members and forest stewards to Local LawNY 5-2015 waive The full deposit,of considered. Commissioner substitutions will be Sun any Sch. 9:30am of the Public Works(2ndFalconer, Monday) requires informalities, to has Worship that and to All nomination forms for - of the and typically meet once nominate candidates to BID #50 10:45am & the 6:30pm 14733 and onthe their according Public Works considered after Committee Little Valley General Municipal County Village provide a accept the lowest Demolition the 2019 election Cattaraugus must be and a month. Members lead, serve, and represent web site. (STBA approved the bid date. Any bid Law, Less any of the responsible bid. Removal of (2ndcopy Tuesday) United Methodist Church, postmarked or received serve three-year terms. their community on their website at: CCA-2 York submitted without Great Valley County Legislature. postage(New costs, will 5242 Cattaraugus Ann Rugg Structure at Rt. 219, 945-4375 in the local FSA offi ce East by atOttoProducers serving on our county committee,” FSA Mansfield be refunded County Vendor Town Supervisor https://bxstier.com ) State Vendorfor Sun Sch. such10am, certification 9008 bid, Each the Worship 11am Aug. 1, 2019. FSA county committees Administrator Richard complete sets with PO Responsibility Springville Road,(3rdLogin Monday) Page: Form Responsibility andBox bid 47 bond will time it is received, Election ballotswill will be play a critical role in the Fordyce said. “There’s an no missing pages, to the low bidder. East Otto, NY Town of East Otto, http://login.onlineQuestionnaire be accepted. 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HIIT, Interval and Circuit Training classes. Pound Class will still be on our schedule, as will a few Saturday morning classes, all to be determined by months end. So if you are interested in participating in Core Performances Boot Camps, you need to act soon. Space is limited and we already have participants signed up. Please feel free to call or text Kim Duke at (716) 698-1198. And remember, nothing is accomplished without making a commitment!

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Workers finished the last step in a demolition project by digging out and removing a concrete pad used to hold equipment for a facility that treated low-level waste at the West Valley Demonstration Project (WVDP) Site. “The WVDP team continues their demolition work in a safe and deliberate manner,” said Bryan Bower, EM WVDP director. “It is this methodical approach that results in legacy risk reduction in an environmentally sound manner.” Crews shipped containers with an estimated 950 cubic yards of demolition debris from the pad removal project offsite for disposal before restoring the site. The pad held major process tanks for the facility, which treated water used in spent nuclear fuel reprocessing operations at the site from 1966 to 1972. Crews decommissioned and demolished that twostory, steel-framed concrete building in 2006 after it was replaced by a new low-level waste treatment building. All that remained until recently was the steel-

Photo submitted Two large excavators create work efficiencies as one demolishes the structure, and the other size-reduces and loads debris.

reinforced concrete pad with depths of up to 17 feet. EM cleanup workers have torn down 61 legacy facilities at the WVDP Site to date.

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the month from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Hellwig said people would have to sign up through the food bank to be eligible. “It does supply a lot of people in need, and the guidelines are pretty generous, too,” she said. “People from other towns could come here, too. They just need to fill out the paperwork.” One of the key demographics for those who could use the pantry are families with children. Hellwig said most of the students who attend Ellicottville schools live in Great Valley or Humphrey, and during the summer some kids wouldn’t get a regular lunch as they do in school. “Plus, you have the summer youth program, and you might have eligible families there,” she added. Board member Sandra Goode asked if St. Paul’s had approached any other churches in Great Valley

to either sponsor the pantry or hold it at their site. Hellwig said they only approached the town and they may reach out to the other churches for support once the site is open. “It’s not a church activity. It’s a community activity where we would be looking for partnerships,” she said. Board member Jerry Musall asked about storage for the food, specifically if the town would have space. Hellwig said families would come to get a milk crate’s worth of food with several nonperishables, so large storage isn’t necessary. In the town hall, there is enough kitchen space to store the food in locked cupboards, as well as space for a second small storage unit, Town Clerk Toni Evans said. Hellwig said one earlier idea was to deliver food from the pantry in Ellicottville to those in the Great Valley area, but the Western New

York Food Bank, who sponsors the pantry, doesn’t allow deliveries. Sponsorship for the food pantry in Great Valley by the Western New York Food Bank could happen later on, but the pantry first needs to show there is a need in the area for six months. Then, Hellwig explained, the pantry could provide both food and amenities, such as a cooler. “We can’t bring in a semi, but for the community, the size of the spot, everything is custom made,” she said. Another of the town’s concerns was scheduling around rental of the town hall for events, such as if there need to be decorations set up Friday night or Saturday morning. Hellwig said they would be flexible and work around whatever else is happening at the town hall. “As long as it doesn’t interfere with renting out the hall, I’m all for it,” Brown said.

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June 15 Holiday Valley Mudslide At Holiday Valley, Ellicottville. Cost is $55. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. June 15 Drive Thru Chicken BBQ at Great Valley United Methodist Church parking lot. $10 Dinner, $1 Dessert. Questions, call 699-2872. 11 a.m.

every month, June 20, July 18th, Aug 15th Cruise on in, car cruise from 430 to 730. 2.00 Bud Light Draft, 2.00 Hot dogs and Hamburgers, 2.00 Fries come help Raise our Roof. Bring your cruise ride have a sandwich on us. FOR MORE INFO. PLEASE CALL 716.532.4882.

June 19 Hot Dog Ministry at Salem Lutheran Church & Preschool, Springville. Will continue weekly throughout the summer. 5-7 p.m.

June 22-23 Ellicottville Paddle Festival at Spruce Lake, Holiday Valley. Kayak paddling, music, demos, paddle clinics, seminars, SUP yoga, kids events, food and fun. Visit holidayvalley.com.

June 20 Solarize Southtowns Launch Party At UNOVA Co-Working Space, 29 Mechanic St., Springville. Free food from O’Briens food truck for first 100 people to sign up to learn about solar. 5-7 p.m.

July 13 Springville Concord Garden Walk Explore the gardens of the village of Springville and surrounding communities. Get a map at Fiddler’s Green Park gazebo and browse at your leisure. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

June 20 Ray Kazmark Memorial Strawberry Social at First Presbyterian Church of Springville, Fellowship Hall. 5:30-7:30 p.m.

July 18 Fundraisers Cruise on in, car cruise from 430 to 730. 2.00 Bud Light Draft, 2.00 Hot dogs and Hamburgers, 2.00 Fries come help Raise our Roof. Bring your cruise ride have a sandwich on us. FOR MORE INFO. PLEASE

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CALL 716.532.4882. July 19 SGI All Class Reunion at Firemen’s Park, Springville. $10 at the door. 5:30 p.m. July 20 Community Carnival at St. Pauls Church 6360 Route 242 E, Ellicottville NY. 12pm to 5pm. Games Prizes, Cotton Candy, Food, Live Music and more! FREE Admission. July 22-26 Vacation Bible School at Salem Lutheran Church & Preschool, Springville. Ages 3 to grade 5. To register call 592-4893. 9-11:30 a.m. July 27 Springville Fiddlefest Continuous music all day three venues: Fiddler’s Green Park, Heritage Park and Concord Mercantile General Store. Jam tent, cloggers, historic demonstrators, antique car cruise-in, food trucks and more! 11 a.m. Aug. 8 Campfire Night at Our Savior Lutheran’s Church, 431 Waverly St., Springville. Free snacks, games, songs and a campfire. Free and

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Open Mon-Sat 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Tues/Wed until 8 p.m. Closed Sundays ellicottvillelibrary.org • (716) 699-2842 Kids Summer Reading Program — Summer Reading begins July 1. This year’s theme is “A Universe of Stories.” This program helps children maintain their reading skills over summer vacation and encourages regular use of the library. We are already gearing up to provide astronomy programs and events focusing on group games, musical crafts, physical challenges, art projects, science and engineering experiments and more. Sign up starting June 28. Book Sale — The library’s summer book sale will continue through June 18 and be open during normal business hours. Plenty of great books available including novels, cookbooks and children’s books. June 24, 6-8 p.m., Knitting (& Crochet)

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‘Sunset Beach’ by Mary Kay Andrews

Drue Campbell’s life is adrift. Out of a job and down on her luck, life takes a turn when her estranged father, Brice Campbell, a flamboyant personal injury attorney, shows up at her mother’s funeral. He offers her what seems like a job from hell, but the offer is sweetened by the news of her inheritance, her grandparents’ beach bungalow. With no other prospects, Drue begrudgingly joins the firm, spending her days screening out the grifters whose phone calls flood the law office. But when a suspicious death at an exclusive beach resort nearby exposes possible corruption at her father’s firm, she goes from unwilling cubicle rat to unwitting investigator, and is drawn into a case that may, or may not, involve her father. With an office romance building, a decades-old missing persons case reopened and a cottage in rehab, one thing is for sure: there’s a storm on the horizon. This book is currently available in book format only at the Ellicottville Memorial Library. It is also available as a large print book or as an audio 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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File photo Randolph’s 47th Annual Arts and Crafts Festival will take place Saturday, June 15 at Weeden Park where nearly 80 talented crafters and artisans will display their wares. Shown is a previous festival held downtown.

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