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Springville hoping to update Heritage Park skatepark with grant

By Kellen M. Quigley Those who like to bike and skateboard could see a new facility for just that in Heritage Park in the coming years with the help of the Tony Hawk Foundation. Local Springville and Concord officials and other community members interested in seeing a new skatepark in the village met Monday at the current skate park to discuss the possibility of such a project. Also at the meeting was Trevor Staples, a Built to Play Skatepark Manager with the Tony Hawk Foundation, who said there are a series of grants through the

Photo by Kellen M. Quigley Springville Mayor Bill Krebs (right) discusses the possibility of a new skatepark in Springville with youth bikers who use the current outdated park Monday afternoon.

Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Foundation that offer up to $250,000 in matching funds to help build skateparks in Western New York. “I came out a few weeks ago and met

with some folks about the possibility of developing a permanent, concrete skatepark to replace the somewhat dangerous skate park that we have here,” he

said. Staples said his role is to help the community apply for the grant and, if awarded, help the community develop the skatepark.

A community group who will lead the process is set to meet at 7 p.m. Monday, July 22 at the Concord Town Hall. All See Skatepark page 3

Roof of SGI’s P-TECH Springville couple goes back in time for Academy building Old Fort Niagara collapses after heavy rain reenactment

Photo by Kellen M. Quigley A portion of the roof in the future CAM P-TECH Academy building next to the Springville Elementary School collapsed on July 4 after a significant rainfall in the afternoon. Officials say the renovation project is still on target for its September 2020 completion date.

By Kellen M. Quigley A portion of the roof at the future CAM P-TECH Academy building near Springville Elementary School collapsed on July 4 after a significant rainfall in the afternoon.

The building on Newman Street, which has been in renovation since early May, will have to be cleared of debris and the roof repaired before moving forward with the project, Superintendent Kimberly Moritz told

the Times. In a post on the Springville-Griffith Institute website July 6, Moritz wrote that she was thankful to the local fire department volunteers who came to ensure that the site See SGI Roof page 6

Photo submitted Springville couple Chuck and Jennifer Weber spent part of last weekend at Old Fort Niagara reenacting the French and Indian War.

By Alex Simmons This past weekend, Springville residents Chuck and Jennifer Weber spent their day

out at Old Fort Niagara, reenacting the French and Indian War. At this event visitors can take a step back to 1759, visiting people “of the time.”

A reenactor’s typical day consists of “getting up after a night of sleeping in a tent, making breakfast over a fire or in See Fort Niagara page 9

A Look Back: How to Name a Road

Looking back and seeing all the names that are on the maps for the roads and little hamlets and crossroads, I began to wonder how did they get named? So I began to research to see what I could find out. From the book, “History of the Town of Concord” by Erasmus Briggs, printed in 1883, I found some great information. Townsend Hill was named for Jonathan Townsend and family

By Jolene Hawkins who settled know why it is so called there in the early that. Nichols Corners days. He was born in was named after Lewis 1765 in Massachusetts Nichols who settled and came to this area there. Lewis was born in with his family in 1811. 1773 and moved to this He had a grist mill, area in 1818. a hotel located on How about the area Townsend Road and called “The Branch”? in 1822 built the first Who knows where brick house in town. that is? Well, along the It connected with the creek from Woodward’s framed house that was Hollow to the town of there, this house was North Collins was called used for town meetings “The Branch” for the fact for several years. that the west branch of Morton’s Corners was the Eighteen-mile Creek so-called as Wendell flowed through it. I learn Morton and his sons something new with this bought a farm and built a one. hotel there. Sadly there is This one is an easy not a lot left of Morton’s one. East Concord Corner, but now you was named because

it was situated in the eastern part of the town. Waterville was named because two branches of the Buffalo creek meet there and at one time there were several mills all within a mile of the place. Colden Hill was the southern part of what is called the Colden Hill, in the town of Concord, and it is named from the town of Colden, into which it extends. Vaughan Street was named as several families of Vaughans were settled on the streets there Liberty Pole Corner at Main and Vaughan

street got its name for the fact that the first Liberty-pole was raised

at that location on, July 4, 1819. The pioneers got See A Look Back page 2


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Have a slice at Main Street Pizzeria and Cafe

Photo by Alex Simmons The Main Street Pizzeria and Cafe has been open on East Main Street in Springville for over 20 years and continue to boast a relaxed atmosphere for patrons.

By Alex Simmons Main Street Pizzeria and Cafe, located at 56-60 East Main St. in downtown Springville, is a “full service restaurant along with takeout and delivery,” said manager Justin Emerling. Before the pizzeria, the Emerling family operated the video store and then we decide to move to 56 East Main St. At this point, in late 1998, they opened up Main Street

Pizzeria and Cafe, offering breakfast, lunch and dinner. The inside of the building was remodeled and designed by owner Joe Emerling, Justin’s father, to represent “downtown Main Street in 1912” with murals painted by local artist Tom Irish, Justin Emerling said. “Joe’s desire to attract more local business for the village of Springville was well received and has been a boost to both the shops at 56 East Main St., and to surrounding establishments

Photo by Alex Simmons The murals inside the Main Street Pizzeria and Cafe, painted by local artist Tom Irish, give the impression of Springville’s downtown Main Street in the early 20th century.

as well,” he continued. Justin said the restaurant has a “relaxed atmosphere,” offering fish fry’s and a Prime Rib Night. The pizzeria is open seven days a week and has “a great selection of burgers, wraps, sandwiches, and salads,” Justin said. The restaurant has everyday daily specials and soups of the day, special platters for any occasion and frozen pizza. Take out the family on

Sunday where kids 12 and under eat free with an easy to use kids menu. Besides the main eating area, the restaurant has a separate dining area for large party functions including birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas and New Year’s. The separate dining area has also hosted paint nights in the past. Every Wednesday on Facebook, Main Street Pizzeria and Cafe gives away a food prize to one lucky winner.

“The menu has a large variety of food items that fits everyone’s appetite!” Main Street Pizzeria and Cafe is open Monday through Thursday, Saturday and Sunday from 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. For more information, call 592-5555, visit mainstreetpizzeriaandcafe.com or search “Main Street Pizzeria and Cafe” on Facebook.

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together on the corners to celebrate the day. Guns were fired, the fife and drum played and a good time was had by all that attended. How about Sharp Street? Tradition says that Sharp Street was so called from a house built by John Gould, which had a very sharp or steep roof and at the time stood at the end of the street. Now as I was researching for this article, I came across this. As we seem to be seeing bears lately, it seems to be a good time to share it. It takes place around the 1820s. David Oyer went to the town of Ashford and there were only a few settlers there and a few cows that they processed. The cows were allowed to

roam the woods, and come milking time, the settlers would take turns to round them all up and bring them back. When it was David Oyer’s turn, he went out to look for them, not taking his gun along, which he usually did, but he did bring his dogs with him. After walking in the woods for a short distance, he could hear the tinkling of the bells on the cows at the same time the dogs went to barking and making all sorts of noise. David quickened his steps and soon he saw that the dogs had cornered a bear! The bear sat upright on his haunches with his back to a tree, whenever a dog got within reach the bear would strike out and hit them sending them backpeddling, and when the

bear would turn to climb the tree, the dogs would seize him and haul him back. What could he do? He only had his pocketknife with him. He grabbed a branch and cut a cudgel (a short stick), keeping a tree between himself and the bear. He then got close enough to the bear and struck him across the nose and a few more over the head and killed the bear. The bear was dressed and divided up among the settlers who all enjoyed the fest. It does not say if the cows gave milk that day! We have all kind of stories like this within our shelves here at the

Lucy Bensley Center, and you are welcome to come and read them on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., or on the second and fourth Sunday of the month from 2 to 4 p.m. Have a story to share with us? Stop by 23 North Buffalo St., send us an email at lucybensleycenter@ gmail.com or call us at 592-0094. Don’t forget that you can hear some great music at the Concord Mercantile/Heritage building located at 17 Franklin St. from 7 to 9 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

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Thursdays, Downtown Volunteers in concerts continues with Springville area needed Western Swing for Meals on Wheels

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The Thursdays, Downtown free concert series continues July 18 when The Skiffle Minstrels take to the stage with Western Swing — a fun, upbeat mixture of country, jazz and blues. The band features the tunes of Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys, Hank Williams, The Boogie Woogie of Louis Jordan, as well as big band tunes with a country kick from

Benny Goodman and Duke Ellington. The group was voted Best Band of 2018 by The Sportsmens Americana Music Foundation and over the last 15 years, have received multiple popularity and “best of” awards from local publications and music organizations. Campbell Brown will open the program at 6 p.m. The Moocheesy food

FeedMore WNY is in how frequently they would said Anne McKenna, urgent need of volunteers like to volunteer. FeedMore WNY Chief in the Springville area In addition to delivering Communications Officer. to help deliver and serve two nutritious meals “So many of our Meals meals through its Meals (a hot lunch and cold on Wheels volunteers say on Wheels program. supper), volunteers that they get more out of FeedMore WNY’s Meals provide a few moments of delivering meals than they on Wheels program companionship and a well- give. By sharing an hour provides nutritious meals being check for the Meals of your time, you can truly to homebound seniors and on Wheels recipients. For save a life.” disabled individuals who many recipients, their FeedMore WNY’s are unable to shop for and visit with their Meals on Meals on Wheels prepare food. Wheels volunteer is the program operates 25 sites Volunteers pick up only personal interaction throughout Erie County. meals for delivery at First they experience that day. The program serves 3,380 Presbyterian Church, “Volunteers are the unique clients per year. 38 North Buffalo St. in lifeblood of FeedMore To learn more and sign Springville. Meals arrive WNY’s Meals on Wheels up as a volunteer in the Springville area or through at the site at approximately program. We would any of FeedMore WNY’s 11:30 a.m., and delivery not be able to provide truck will serve signature Meals on Wheels sites, takes one hour to an hour nutritious food and dishes. please contact Volunteer and a half to complete. friendship to our hungry, Future programs include Manager Justina Cincotti Volunteer opportunities are homebound neighbors Dixieland, indie-rock and at 852-1305 or jcincotti@ available Monday through without our dedicated a New Orleans style brass feedmorewny.org. Friday; volunteers choose network of volunteers,” band. The full program is at SpringvilleArts.org. Heritage Park is located on Factory Street behind the Municipal Building on Franklin Street. In the event of rain, concerts are moved to inside the arts center. Calling all bakers! Fiddlefest organizers need pies — apple pies, pumpkin pies, berry pies, yummy pies, small pies, large pies, with toppings or without. Individual pies are welcome too. What a fun way to make them so you do not eat the whole pie! Proceeds will go into the general fund for the Concord Historical Society. Make a pie or two and contact Mel Miller at 560-3773 or leave a message at the Lucy Bensley Center, 592-0094, for more information

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as a whole. “Our thing would be to get rid of this, blend it into the park so it fits in with the festivals and concerts and is a safe environment for the kids,” said Village Administrator Liz Melock. Krebs said a popular concept for a skatepark is a pump track, which has a lot of big and small waves and bumps going around rather than a few ramps and pipes. “It’s more inviting for ages of all groups,” he added. Seth Wochensky, director of Springville Center for the Arts, said his family had been to a skatepark that wasn’t built like as its own thing but incorporated into the community park as a whole, which could be more inviting and better for families of all ages. “The design and the features are important, but what’s really most important at this point is getting a community group together, because that’s the group that will guide the project,” Staples said. “The municipalities will help make it happen, but it’s really up to the young

people, the users and the community… We need to see there’s a need from the community.” To get an idea, Staples recommended searching online or skateparks and finding images or videos to watch to get ideas. Concord Town Board member Phil Drozd, who was on the committee who got the original skatepark built in the community, said that first park’s equipment was top of the line at the time. “We didn’t have the benefit of the internet when that was put in, so this is going to be a lot easier,” he said. “We were physically driving to places to look.” The next deadline for the application process is early September, which this project would not likely have time to apply for. Staples said another round of applications will be accepted in early 2020. “Out here in Western New York, there isn’t a lot of skateparks, which is why this initiative has come about,” he said. “Hopefully, within the next four years or so, there will be a bunch of skateparks to choose from.”

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West Valley graduates 22 at Saturday ceremony By Kellen M. Quigley Managing Editor In an intimate ceremony Saturday, June 29, West Valley’s class of 2019 crossed the school stage and received their diplomas, but the journey there was filled with memories and hardwork, and all in the blink of an eye. Addressing her classmates during their final time together,

Class President Lilly Shanley fought through tears to say when they entered high school, everyone told them to enjoy it because it goes by quickly. Standing on stage, she agreed, saying it went by like a race car on a track. “We all need to know that this isn’t the end but the start of something great,” she said. “High school has been every emotion you could ever

feel. It’s happy, it’s scary, it’s sad, and there is so much excitement. It truly is an adventure, but we’re now on to our next.” Valedictorian Rachel Frascella echoed Shanley’s words of high school flying by, telling future graduates to “enjoy it while it lasts. Be sure to work hard in school, but also have fun.” Speaking to her classmates, Frascella said most of them have been

together since they were little kids, adding that going their separate ways now will be strange, but that’s OK. “No matter where life takes us, I hope you’ll all find happiness and success,” she continued, “and I hope you’ll always remember the valuable lessons we’ve learned from our small community and school.” Earlier in the ceremony, Salutatorian

Travis Dusterhus poked fun at the school’s size, saying they can’t get away from each other and have become “one big, happy family,” even if they have to part ways. “No matter where you go, or what you do in this life that’s about to start, always remember this tiny town that you came from,” he said. “Remember all the bumps and potholes on all the country roads and

the smell of cow manure. Most of all, remember that West Valley will be here if you ever need a home.” Class advisor Allison Spence, a math teacher in the high school, wished her students well. “As you make your way off this stage today, be proud of all you’ve accomplished in your time at West Valley Central.”

GRADUATES: Christopher J. Belter, Brandon M. Blackmon, Michael P. Boberg, Skyler Bryant, Nathan Dash, Travis M. Dusterhus, Rachel R. Frascella, Desiree Marie Gillis, Samuel R. Klahn, Kyle A. Kornacki, Madylee Marie Lux, Scott McBurney, Cassandra Jean Morton, Delaney P. Neuman, Camryn E. Phinney, Abigail E. Proctor, Brian C. Reed, Aaron A. Schenne, Lillian Shanley, Madison M. Shanley, Becca L. Smith and Nathan R. Wilber. SCHOLARSHIPS & AWARDS: Brandon M. Blackmon — JCC College Connections Student, Outstanding VoTech Student, State of NY Comptroller Award, CH2MHill WXT West Valley, LLC Science Scholarship Michael P. Boberg — Ashford Snowmobile Club Award, Doug Ford Memorial Award, Outstanding Vo-Tech Student, Pete Scherer Memorial Award, State of NY Comptroller Award, Superintendent’s Award for Attendance, U of R Xerox Award for Innovation, Al Engels Scholarship Nathan Dash — Art Award, Louis Armstrong Award, Russell Sage College Award, GI/WV Retired Teacher Scholarship Award, Wells College 21st Century Leadership Award, Elisa B. Hughey Arts Scholarship, WVTA Scholarship Travis M. Dusterhus — Salutatorian, American Red Cross Scholarship, God and Country Award, NHS Distinguished Service Award, RIT Computing Medal, State of NY Comptroller Award, Delmont K. Pfeffer Memorial Scholarship, Obidah Ramadhan Award Rachel R. Frascella — Valedictorian, Academic Excellence Award, CANY Scholastic Recognition, English Award, JCC College Connections Student, Language Award, NHS Outstanding Member, NHS Scholastic Excellence Award, Rensselaer Medal, RIT Innovation and Creativity Award, Russell Sage College Award, John Philip Sousa Award, Triple C Award, U of R Bausch & Lomb Science Award, Delmont K. Pfeffer Memorial Scholarship, CH2MHill WXT West Valley, LLC Science Scholarship Desiree Marie Gillis — JBC Academic Progress Award Samuel R. Klahn — Lawrence DeGrage Memorial, Leo Bernhoft Memorial Scholarship, Gilbert Snyder Memorial Scholarship Scott McBurney — Janda Lee Hunt Memorial Scholarship Delaney P. Neuman — Bette Aldrow Medical Award, Barb Nagel Memorial Award, Outstanding Vo-Tech Student Abigail E. Proctor — Community Service Award, Triple C Award, U of R. Fred Douglas/Susan B. Anthony Award, Wells College 21st Century Leadership, CH2MHill WXT West Valley, LLC Science Scholarship Brian C. Reed — Irwin Ahrens Memorial Award, American Legion Award, Instrumental Music Award, Keith Young Memorial Award Aaron A. Schenne — Academic Excellence Award, U of R. George Eastman Young Leader Award, CH2MHill WXT West Valley, LLC Science Lillian Shanley — Alumni Association Award, Ashford Snowmobile Club Award, Cattaraugus County Youth Citizenship, Outstanding Vo-Tech Student, Superintendent’s Award for Attendance Madison M. Shanley — CCB Academic Scholarship, Theron Hotaling Memorial, Anna Schroeder Memorial Award, Liz Wiley Memorial Award, CH2MHill WXT West Valley, LLC Science Award Becca L. Smith — Heart and Hustle Award, JBC Academic Progress Award, State of NY Comptroller Award

Press photo by Kellen M. Quigley Salutatorian Travis Dusterhus addresses his classmates during graduation ceremonies Saturday at West Valley Central School.

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Press photo by Kellen M. Quigley The class of 2019 recites the West Valley Central School alma mater song as official graduates Saturday afternoon during the district’s commencement ceremony.


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Clara Mae Peters

Clara Mae Peters, of Springville, passed away at the Jennie B. Richmond Nursing Home on July 7, 2019, at the age of 96. She was born on May 16, 1923, in Chicago, Ill., to the late Fred and Clara (Schoening) Louden. Clara Mae is survived by her daughter, Susan (late Donald) Wright of Springville; grandchildren Paul Wright of Polo, Ill., Melissa (Phil) Kish of Randolph, Jack Wright of Springville and Mary and Sarah Peters, both of Hamburg; greatgrandchildren Patrick and Laura Wright of Polo, Ill.,

and Morgan and Evan Kish of Randolph. Her beloved husband, Harry Peters, who she married Feb. 11, 1942, passed away in 1976. She was also preceded in death by her son, Lawrence (late Pam) Peters, and siblings Fred Louden, Jr., Kay Morello and Lois Grugel. Clara Mae and Harry were high school sweethearts. They moved to Springville when Harry was ill in order to be close to his grandchildren. He died a year later, 43 years ago. It was good that Clara Mae was here. Springville was a town full of widows. Clara Mae and her friends went on trips, out to eat and to special events. She was active in the First United Methodist Church in Springville as well as the Bertrand-Chaffee Women’s Association. She worked in the gift shop at the hospital and volunteered for Meals on Wheels.

She loved spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. If you met Clara Mae, you would have remembered her. She was one-of-a-kind. Now, she’s in Heaven and Heaven will never be the same. There will be no calling hours. A funeral service will be held Friday, July 12, 2019, at the First United Methodist Church in Springville at 10 a.m., where Rev. Matthew French will officiate. Interment will be held in Maplewood Cemetery, Springville. Memorials may be made to the First United Methodist Church, 474 East Main St., Springville, NY 14141, or to the Bertrand-Chaffee Hospital, 224 East Main St., Springville, NY 14141. Online condolences may be offered at

The ‘60s and ‘70s — the years of the counterculture movement. It’s when we’d take a “chill pill” and things were “groovy man,” and “make love, not war.” The Belle Starr Lodge was at its prime, providing live music on most nights of the week. On Saturday, July 20, plan on joining local musicians Cock Robin in celebrating the rich history of the Belle Starr Lodge during the Belle Starr Concert at the Buffalo Ski Center, 7414 State Road (Route 240) in Colden. Although they never played at the Belle Starr Lodge themselves, headlining act Cock Robin arrived on the smithweismantelfuneralhome. local music scene in com.

Education for many years. She had several foster children. She was an avid bowler; read her Bible regularly; and loved to garden. She is survived by two sons, David (Marcia) Webster of New Ulm, Minn. and Ronald Webster of Otto; and a daughter, Elaine (Pete) Warner of Little Valley; five grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Besides her loving husband, she was predeceased by six brothers, Walter, Theodore, George Hans, Eric, Herbert and Robert Liebenow; three sisters, Marie Sperry, Ruth Menzel

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and Esther Liebenow; and a grandchild, Kyle Michner. Friends called Monday (July 8, 2019) at the Mentley Funeral Home Inc., 411 Rock City St., Little Valley. Funeral services were held Tuesday (July 9, 2019) from the Otto Immanuel Lutheran Church, with Rev. Timothy Klahn, officiating. Burial would be in Liberty Park Cemetery, Cattaraugus. Memorials may be made to the Otto Immanuel Lutheran Church, Otto Ambulance Service; or Camp Pioneer.

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the ‘70s and will help celebrate the memories of the days gone by. The concert will provide a great way to reminisce about those who played at the Belle Starr Lodge, including The Fabulous Thunderbirds and their then-unknown guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan; New Riders of the Purple Sage; Jeff Beck; Greg Allman; The Dixie Dregs; and James Cotton, to name a few. (And to set the rumors straight, we can confirm that Justin Beiber and Britney Spears never played the Belle Starr Lodge, despite local folklore!) The Belle Starr Lodge was a celebration of music, life and kinship –

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Lois J. Webster

Lois J. Webster, 87, of Otto, passed away Saturday (July 6, 2019) at Bertrand Chaffee Hospital, in Springville. She was born March 20, 1932, in Racine, Wis., the daughter of the late Otto G. and Olga N. Knoke Liebenow. On July 19, 1952, she married Donald C. Webster, who predeceased her Feb. 29, 2012. Mrs. Webster and her husband ran a family dairy farm, in Otto, for many years. She was an active member of the Otto Immanuel Lutheran Church and it’s Ladies Aid, and she also taught Sunday school and taught Release Time

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was safe and secure, including notifying her and performing a full shut off of the gas and electric. “It was July 4, so there was nobody in there and nobody got hurt,” she told the Times. The roof collapse also occurred during a stage where the building was gutted, Moritz said, so there was nothing new inside the building that could be damaged. “It wasn’t like we had installed new HVAC and that got damaged or anything like that,” she added. Now, Moritz told the Times that the district has to wait to see whose insurance — the school, the contractor or the builder’s risk insurance — would pay for it. “That’s something that, in the business that we’re in, once the insurance company takes over, you just let them move forward with that,” she added. She said there wasn’t a damage cost estimate yet. Moritz wrote in her post that she was grateful for the district’s Director of

Facilities Dave Seiflein and School Business Administrator Maureen Lee, who immediately drove to the district to attend to the problem. Moritz said she was out of town when the incident occurred. Moritz also wrote that she met with Jeff Nunn, architect from Gordon Jones, and the district’s construction management firm, Campus Construction Management, to assess the damage and to begin to develop a plan moving forward. “They looked at the structure and examined it, and they came to determine that the remaining roof that didn’t fall in has structural integrity there,” she told the Times. “They also looked at how the building had been shored up.” CEO Mike Shevlin of Concept Construction Corporation, general contractor on the job, was onsite shortly after the incident, Moritz wrote, and focused immediately on the next steps to repair

the roof and keep the construction project moving forward. “I do expect progress to continue as planned,” she told the Times. “We were two weeks ahead of schedule.” Moritz wrote that there is a tight timeline with a need to open the Academy for students and staff in September 2020. She said she is confident that the district’s team, under the watchful eye of Campus Construction Management Group, will work hard to get there. “The general contractor has been very good about, as soon as he gets the all-clear, he will go in and remove all the debris that needs to be removed, repair the roof and keep us moving forward,” she told the Times. Moritz wrote that she was also thankful to local district resident and Campus Field Manager Michael Perkins for rushing to the work site and to Campus Vice President Kevin Donaghue for helping to manage the problem.

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MOVIE REVIEW Spider-Man sequel promises bright future for Marvel movies

Stop in every Monday and listen to the music of the Springville Jazz Group. Saturday, Aug. 17, the Jazz Group is putting on a concert. Stay tuned for further info. The Brain Stormers will be here in July presenting one of their famous skits. The center now takes SNAP benefits for lunch. The next AARP Defensive Driving Class is Aug. 19. Call the center to sign up. If you are in need of or know anyone that needs any senior service, your Concord Senior is

here to help. Questions or ideas, call 5922764 or email concord2017sc@ gmail.com. Monday, July 15 10 a.m. — Working in the Garden 11 a.m. — Stay Fit Exercises Noon — Stay Fit Lunch 7 p.m. — Jazz Band performs, open to public Tuesday, July 16 9:15 a.m. — Yoga 11 a.m. — Stay Fit Exercises Noon — Stay Fit Lunch

Wednesday, July 17 10 a.m. — Community Crafters 1 p.m. — Red Cross Blood Mobile Thursday, July 18 9:30 a.m. — Stitches Quilt Club 10 a.m. — Univera Insurance rep here 11 a.m. — Stay Fit Exercises Noon — Stay Fit Lunch Friday, July 19 11 a.m. — Stay Fit Exercises Noon — Stay Fit Lunch

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Sony/Marvel Love interest “MJ” (played by Zendaya, left) and Peter Parker, a.k.a. Spider-Man (Tom Holland) appear in a scene from “Spider-Man: Far From Home.”

By Kellen M. Quigley

As the first film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) to come out since the era-defining “Avengers: Endgame,” the much smaller-scaled WEEKLY PROGRAMS 592-7742 or stop in. “Spider-Man: Far From robotics and more. Home” had a lot riding AT THE LIBRARY — All July 17, New Kids Book programs are free and open to the Club begins — Join the library’s on it. UPCOMING SPECIAL After all, it would set public weekly read-aloud book club and EVENTS — ​Call 592-7742 to the tone for what MCU is discussion for kids 6-12. Call register attempting to do for the Tuesdays or stop by the library for more July 13, 10 a.m., Editing next decade now that its Drop-in Computer Help, information. Digital Photos — Learn how first 11-year, 22-movie 4 p.m. — Stop in with your to make basic adjustments to saga is complete. No questions about email, ebooks, Buffalo & Erie County public photos in Pixlr Express and pressure. using the internet and more! 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Peter Instagram, Pinterest, Flickr and TV or movies. Also discussed l 4 and up. No registration is Parker is an awkward on our podcast All Booked Up! is cord cutting, Bluetooth and required. teenager. Call 858-8900 or visit www. wirelessly casting a video to a Teen Game Lab, 4 p.m. And yet, without — Drop by for board games, TV. Registration is required. Call buffalolib.org. missing a beat, “SpiderMan: Far From Home” sticks to its roots by definitely being a Spiderl Man story while also simultaneously closing the previous MCU book and opening the next one in Music in the Library to learn about illustration early literacy skills with a way that should satisfy Concert Series, July rhymes, finger plays, and publishing. Ages Did you know? Erie most comic book fans. 12, 7 p.m. — Join us 10-20. Sketchbooks and music, stories and more. Following the events County Library cards for a free concert by Sign up required. materials provided. 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ending chaos. For a start, that can make the movie’s first act either fun or boring because it’s basically a teen road-trip movie. And while that can be funny, that’s not what people came to see. It’s seeing Peter sling webs and take down bad guys that makes a Spider-Man movie great. Luckily, they aren’t on their European vacation too long before that happens and we get one of the best things about this story: Gyllenhaal’s portrayal of Mysterio. For those who know the comics, this was an interesting and fun use of the character. And for those who didn’t know the character, Gyllenhaal does a great job making him charismatic and entertaining. But the entire cast is great, from Sam Jackson returning as Fury to Peter’s best friend, Ned, stealing all the scenes to one of their teachers on the trip played by J.B. Smoove with plenty of one-liners to keep things light. One of the biggest improvements over the previous film was the relationship between Zendaya’s “MJ” and Holland’s Peter. They get a lot more time together here and their awkward romance comes across as a lot more believable. Unfortunately, while there is plenty of humor, it’s not always successful. In one scene the word play and performances are great, but then in the very next scene a sophomoric gag will barely get a chuckle. I understand trying to make this film a lot more comedic, but it doesn’t always mesh well with the bigger story. And it’s that bigger story that makes this installment in the MCU so good. Barely a scene goes by without some reference of Iron Man being gone and someone has to pick up his role. A lot of people want it to be Peter, but Peter doesn’t think he can handle that responsibility, a throughline in all Spider-Man stories. But by the end, SpiderMan’s future and the future of the MCU is all set up and ready for the next five years. While this can be seen as just a fun romp with lower stakes, it’s also the story that connects the past movies to the future, which is why it’s worth seeing just the same.


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Notice of Public sale: On August 5, 2019 at 9:30 A.M. at the Cattaraugus County Courthouse, Lobby, One Leo Moss Drive, Olean, NY, the following goods will be exposed to sale at public auction without reserve: Premises known as 1040 US Route 219, Limestone, NY 14753 Tax ID Number 101.001-1-22 Legals All that certain plot piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the Town of Carrollton, Cattaraugus County and State of NY This sale is held to enforce the rights of Hamlin Bank & Trust Company, of 333 West Main Street, Smethport, PA 16749, as the secured party arising under a Mortgage executed with Melinda K. Niver, as debtor; said Mortgage was duly recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County of Cattaraugus, on the twenty-ninth (29th) day of November, 2013, Instrument No. 207913-002 Emily A. Vella, Esq., 378 E. Main Street, Springville, NY 14141 DiCerbo Morgan, PLLC, attorneys for the Plaintiff, 201 N. Union St., Ste. 410, Olean, NY 14760, 716-373-2165

Notice of Public sale: On August 12, 2019 at 10:00 A.M. at the Cattaraugus County Courthouse, Lobby, One Leo Moss Drive, Olean, NY, the following goods will be exposed to sale at public auction without reserve: Premises known as Legals 9602/9682 Marble Road, Farmersville, NY 14101 Tax ID Number 22.003-2-16 All that certain plot piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the Town of Farmersville, Cattaraugus County and State of NY This sale is held to enforce the rights of NYO Real Estate Investments, LLC, of 130 E. Corsicana Street, Suite 302, Athens, TX 75751, as the secured party arising under a Loan Modification executed with Richard Wendig and Christine VillaniWendig, as debtor(s); said Loan Modification was duly recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County of Cattaraugus on April 20, 2016, Instrument No. 255345-001 Joseph P. Miller, Esq., Referee, P.O. Box 53, 21 East Main Street, Cuba, NY 14727 DiCerbo Morgan, PLLC, attorneys for the Plaintiff, 201 N. Union St., Ste. 410, Olean, NY 14760, 716-373-2165

NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT COUNTY OF CATTARAUGUS, OWNERSCHOICE Legals FUNDING, INCORPORATED F/K/A CUC MORTGAGE CORPORATION, Plaintiff, vs. PAMELA LOUISE JOHENGEN, et al., Defendant(s). Pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale duly filed on May 24, 2019, I, the undersigned Referee will sell at public auction at The Lobby of the Cattaraugus County Building, 1 Leo Moss Drive, Olean, NY on July 17, 2019 at 10:00 a.m., premises known as 11956 Division Street, Versailles, NY 14168. All that certain plot, piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and being in the Town of Perrysburg and County of Cattaraugus, State of New York, known and designated as Section: 2.013; Block: 1; and Lot: 36 will be sold subject to provisions of filed Judgment Index #87293/2018. J. Michael Shane, Esq., Referee We are a debt collector attempting to collect a debt. Any information obtained will be used for that purpose. Stagg, Terenzi, Confusione & Wabnik, LLP, 401 Franklin Avenue, Suite 300, Garden City, NY 11530, Attorneys for Plaintiff.

Notice of Public sale: On August 12, 2019 at 10:00 A.M. at the Cattaraugus County Courthouse, Lobby, One Leo Moss Drive, Olean, NY, the following goods will be exposed to NOTICE OF SALE sale at public SUPREME COURT auction without COUNTY OF reserve: CATTARAUGUS, Premises known as OWNERSCHOICE 9602/9682 Marble FUNDING, Road, Farmersville, INCORPORATED NY 14101 F/K/A CUC MORTTax ID Number GAGE CORPORA22.003-2-16 TION, Plaintiff, vs. All that certain plot PAMELA LOUISE piece or parcel of JOHENGEN, et al., land, with the build- Defendant(s). Purings and improvesuant to a Judgments thereon ment of Forecloserected, situate, lyure and Sale duly ing and being in the filed on May 24, June 23 – First Aid on Cascade, Hit and Run on Town of Farmers2019, I, the underMaple South ville, Cattaraugus signed Referee willCascade, Parking County of ECSO/ sell at publicViolation aucJuneand 24 –State Assist on West Main NY tion at The Lobby Welfare Check on Transit June 27 – Assist This sale is held to of the Cattaraugus enforce the rights of County 1 Line, Missing Person on Building, ECSO/T. Stop on West NYO Real Estate Leo Moss Drive, Franklin, Assist Main, Parking Complaint Investments, LLC,ECSO/ Olean, NY on July of 130 E. Alarm onCorsicSouth Cascade South Cascade, Assist 17, 2019 at on 10:00 ana Street, Suite a.m., premises June 25 – Traffic Citizen on Franklin Street, 302, Athens, TX known as 11956 Complaint on West Main, Assist ECSO/Narcotics on 75751, as the seDivision Street, curedAid party First onarising Chestnut,Versailles, Lock NY South Cascade under a Loan Modi- 14168. All that Out on executed South Cascade, July 1 – Parking fication certain plot, piece with Richard Assist Person on Franklin, on Municipal Lot, or parcel of Violation land, Wendig and situate, lyingFirst andAid on East Main, Hit Assist ECSO/Narcotics on Christine Villanibeing in the Town Route 219 andand Run Accident PDO on as Wendig, of Perrysburg debtor(s); County of CatJune 26said – Assist ECSO/ East Main Loan Modification taraugus, State of Fatal Accident on West July 2 – Harassment on was duly recorded New York, known in the Office theon South and designated Main, Lock ofOut South Cascade Clerk of the County as Section: 2.013; of Cattaraugus on Block: 1; and Lot: April 20, 2016, 36 will be sold subInstrument No. ject to provisions of 255345-001 filed Judgment JosephFull-time P. Miller, body Indexand Esq., Referee, #87293/2018. frame tech wanted for P.O. Box 53, J. Michael Shane, Shanley Collision in East 21 East Main Esq., Referee Aurora. Street, Cuba, Pay NY and Webenefits are a debt col14727 negotiable. lector attempting to DiCerbo Morgan, collect a debt. Any PLLC, attorneys for information obCall Shanley Collision, Bryan or Dave: the Plaintiff, 201 N. tained will be used Union St., Ste. 410,or email for thatshanleydillon@verizon.net. purpose. 716-652-7083 Olean, NY 14760, Stagg, Terenzi, 716-373-2165 Confusione & Wabnik, LLP, 401 Franklin Avenue, Suite 300, Garden City, NY 11530, Attorneys for Plaintiff.

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some cases the site will provide a few meals,” Chuck said. Since the weekend was a reenactment of the French and Indian war, “usually there is a tactical ‘battle’ at least once a day.” Chuck explained. “Lunch/dinner is scheduled or in between demonstrations.” Chuck said that finishing off the day is a “nice, relaxing evening attending parties and/or having great conversations just in camp with fellow reenactors.” Chuck and Jennifer Weber have been reenacting different wars at Fort Niagara and at “a little museum in Lancaster called Hull House” since they met several years ago, Chuck said. “I have been doing it for 22 years total,” he added. Charles “Chuck” Weber grew up in Niagara Falls where he had a friend who worked a summer as a tour guide at Fort Niagara. “I had always liked history and reenacting, I decided to do it myself after watching him put together his uniform

Photo submitted An 18th century campsite is set up at Old Fort Niagara as part of the French and Indian War reenactment held last weekend.

and participate in a few events,” he explained. Now, Chuck portrays three time periods. “In the French and Indian War period (17491763), I portray a French Marine,” he said. “They were the soldiers who built and defended the

forts of New France.” Reenactors always come with unique “old-timey” costumes, but Chuck said most reenactors make their own clothes based on historical research and original examples. According to Chuck,

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“Most reenacting groups have done said research, so they provide guidance to members, in terms of what to get, where to get it, or how to make it.” Besides the French and Indian War period, Chuck also participates in the Revolutionary War

period (1774-1783) as a “colonial ranger/scout with a company called Hoisington’s Rangers.” The group was raised to patrol “along the southern end of Lake Champlain, northern Massachusetts, and southern Vermont, but

now we mainly do events at Fort Niagara and Hull House,” he said. In the 1812 period (1810-1815), Chuck portrays, “an officer in the New York state militia, and a private in the Black Rock/Buffalo town militia.” Chuck does reenactments mostly in the summer where he could easily travel to an event a weekend around Western New York and Northern Pennsylvania, tending to about three to four events a summer. Chuck said really enjoys doing reenactments and seeing friends that he’s known for 20-plus years. He also enjoys “camping in picturesque historic sites and parks and recreating history for tourists and visitors.” “The fort has tons of events throughout the summer, and each one has its own individual charm,” he added. You can also catch Chuck and Jennifer Weber performing on the stage at the Springville Center for the Arts from time to time, bringing their love of acting to the spotlight.

West Valley Central School announces honor rolls West Valley Central School principal, Daniel Amodeo, announced the following students in grades 7-12 have been named to the honor roll for the fourth quarter. HIGH HONOR ROLL Grade 8: Benjamin Fisher, Kasper Heitman. HONOR ROLL Grade 7: Kyree Meppen Grade 8: Christopher Amodeo, Janay Ghani, Colleen, Keller, Zachary Westfall. Grade 9: Kayleann Kowalski, Lucas Proseus. Grade 10: Chloe Chai, Isabella DraineSoto, Makenze Hurtubise. Grade 11: Caitlyn Cizdziel, Morgan Drake, Sandra Hebdon.

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Hyman claims another Elkdale Penn-York trophy By Sam Wilson A year later, the result was the same in PennYork’s annual stop at Elkdale Country Club, with Sam Hyman atop the oldest boys division. Hyman, a recent graduate from Pioneer Central School, repeated as the Elkdale Div. I winner on the Penn-York Junior Golf League’s second tournament of the summer. He carded a 72, defeating Spencer Cornelius and Connor Alfieri, who both shot 73. In three years of P-Y golf, Hyman claimed two firsts and a second at Elkdale. “I do like the course,” Hyman said. “I knew that coming in. “I like the greens a lot. I usually putt well here. It takes a couple of holes to get going, but the greens generally go well with me. I had that going today. I had a lot of greens in regulation today, which helped.” Hyman, an Arcade native from Holland Hills Golf Course, birdied No. 18 to clinch his win. “I asked Connor coming into the 18th hole,” Hyman said. “I had just got my

approach onto the green and I’m asking how he shot today and he told me he shot 73 and I knew I needed to make the putt right there to win it. “I was very happy,” he added of his 72 score. “I used the driver once today. It was 3 wood and hybrid the whole day otherwise.” Hyman said he enjoys Penn-York, returning for a third year, for a variety of reasons. “The friendships are pretty awesome,” he said. “I’ve met (other golfers), Connor especially, someone I wouldn’t have met before, and a lot of the kids from Blueberry Hills down in Pennsylvania. A lot of those kids you don’t get a chance to meet and it’s a unique way to come together and play golf and there’s a lot of good competition. It’s affordable, which is really nice. I don’t generally play in a lot of tournaments for that reason, but this is really a nice opportunity for a lot of people. My brother’s played in it too, so it’s very good.” Cornelius and Alfieri, last week’s winner at Cardinal Hills in Randolph,

The top ten from Week 2 at Elkdale: Division I Boys Score Points 1. S. Hyman (HH) 2. S. Cornelius (PH) 3. C. Alfieri (Smeth) 4. Z. Zameroski (LM) 5. M. Davis (Bar) 80 5. S. Campbell (Bar) 7. B. Burton (HH 85 7. E. Christoff (LM) 9. C. Salvaggio (CH) 10. B. Morrison (CH) 10. M. Lonto (ELK)

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then played a playoff with Cornelius, a Bradford native, on top. “I really didn’t do that good but I somehow managed it out and fought for a bogey,” Cornelius said of the playoff. “The course was in pretty good condition,” he added of the round. “I just struggled to make a few pars on the back nine or else my score could have been a little better, but I’m still happy.” — Elyse Godding, of Bradford (Pine Acres), repeated as the girls’ Division I winner with an 84, taking the trophy by a 10-stroke margin in the age 14-18, 18-hole division. In the girls Division III, Avery Salvaggio of Jamestown (Cardinal Hills) won with a 52, edging out last week’s champion, Emma Edwards, by two strokes. — A pair of brothers, Cole and Ryan Lechner of Allegany, won Divisions II and III. Cole took Div. II (18 holes, ages 14-15) with an 81 for his first Penn-York victory. Ryan won Div. III (9 holes, ages 12-13) with a

Division II Boys 1. C. Lechner (BAR) 2. J. Pond (Elk) 83 3. K. McClain (BAR) 4. M. Bizzak (Kane) 5. T. Sitt (BAR) 94 5. D. Brokaw (PH) 7. M. DeLong (Bona) 8. J. Owen (BR) 99 9. D. Henzel (BAR) 10. D. Peterson (LM)

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Division III Boys (9 holes) 1. R. Lechner (BAR) 41 2. T. Salvaggio (CH) 48 3. M. Brinsky (PH) 55

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Press photo by Sam Wilson Spencer Cornelius (left) of Bradford, Pa. and Sam Hyman of Arcade hold their Division I boys runner-up and winner trophies, respectively, after Week 2 of the Penn-York Junior Golf League at Elkdale Country Club in Salamanca.

41, repeating after winning at Cardinal Hills. Cole Lechner said he and his brother have both golfed since age six. “I just like the competition really,” he said of playing Penn-York. “It’s just good to get juniors involved in the game and it’s just a fun sport, really.” Cole thought he could have finished a few holes better, but liked his round overall.

3. C. Strade (Bona) 5. K. Padlo (BR) 56 7. C. Brainard (CH) 7. E. Bailey (Well) 10. C. Brinsky (PH) 10. D. Smith (PH) 10. C. Boutillette (BAR)

“I thought I could have hit it off the tee better,” he said. “I hit my irons well, but if I would have finished around the greens a little better, I probably could have been in the 70s, but I was satisfied all around.” Jarrett Pond of Salamanca (Elkdale) finished second in Division II for the second time, carding an 83. Tyler Salvaggio (Cardinal Hills) was the Division III runner-up with a 48.

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Division IV Boys (9 holes, modified) 1. J. Marsh (Cable) 47 10 2. A. Schott (COUD) 47 9 3. D. Skaggs (PA) 48 8 4. J. Morrison (CH) 49 6.5 4. O. Wright (CH) 49 6.5 6. C. Davis (CH) 54 5 8. C. Carls (Spring) 56 3.5 8. J. Mest (Bonas) 56 3.5 9. L. Johnson (Bonas) 58 2 10. D. Myers (BAR) 59 1

— Jackson Marsh, of Frewsburg (Cable Hollow), won Division IV (boys 11-under), shooting 47 from the modified tees. He won a playoff over Alex Schott (Coudersport), who also had a 47. — Next week, Penn-York moves to Pennhills Country Club in Bradford, Pa. on Monday, July 15.

Division I Girls (18 Holes) 1. E. Godding (PA) 84 2. K. Kline (Unatt) 94 3. J. Corey (MOON) 109 4. J. Stockwell (MOON) 110 5. S. Pillitieri (MOON) 114 6. L. Salvaggio (CH) 118 7. I. Palermo (MOON) 128 8. O. Schott (Coud) 142

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2008 TOYOTA TUNDRA SR5 TU098A, DOUBLE CAB 4X4, 5.7 V-8, AUTO, OD, AC, TILT, CRUISE, AM/FM STEREO, CD, PW, PL, LADY OWNED & MINT CONDITION!

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ON SALE NOW

TU088, 5.3 V-8, BRAND 6 SPEED, AUTO, AC, TILT, CRUISE, AM/FM STEREO, PW, PL & MUCH MORE!

17,995

$

HURRY AT

ORIGINAL MSRP $37,650 LANDMARK DISCOUNT -1,000 TRADE EQUITY/CUST. CASH -3,500 GM REBATE -2,000

NEW

YOUR NEW LANDMARK PRICE

$31,150

2018 TOYOTA 2016 CHEVROLET LIMITED SILVERADO 4X4 LT AVALON P6508, HYBRID, AUTO, OD, CLIMATE CONTROL AC

2016 KIA SORENTO LX AWD P6464, EFI 4 CYL., AUTO, OD, CLIMATE CONTROL AC & HEAT, TILT, CRUISE, AM/FM STEREO, CD, PW, PL, P. SEATS, A. WHEELS, 42,000 MILES, VERY WELL KEPT.

TU095A, DOUBLE CAB SHORTBED, ONE OWNER CREAM PUFF, 5.3 V-8, 6 SPEED, AUTO, CLIMATE CONTROL AC & HEAT, TILT, CRUISE, AM/FM STEREO, CD, PW, PL, P. SEATS, 18” WHEELS, MINT!

& HEAT, TILT, CRUISE, AM/FM STEREO, CD, PW, PL, P. HEATED & AC SEATS, NAVIGATION, SKYROOF, LEATHER, LOADED, 22,000 MILES, MINT.

WAS $28,995

WAS $31,995

WAS

ON SALE NOW

ON SALE NOW

ON SALE NOW

19,995

$

$28,980 $14,800 $26,500 $26,800 $16,960

2011 CHEVROLET IMPALA LT3 SEDAN

2017 CHEVROLET COLORADO Z-71

2011 FORD ESCAPE 4X4 XLT

WAS $7,995

OVER $48,000 NEW

WAS $8,995

ON SALE NOW

ON SALE NOW

ON SALE NOW

P6398A, V-6, AUTO, 6 SPEED, CLIMATE CONTROL AC & HEAT, TILT, CRUISE, AM/FM STEREO, CD, PW, PL, P. LEATHER SEATS, P. MOONROOF, REAR SPOILER, A. WHEELS & MORE!

P6468, CREW CAB, DURAMAX DIESEL 4X4 SHORTBED, AUTO 6 SPEED H.D., CLIMATE CONTROL AC & HEAT, TILT, CRUISE, AM/FM STEREO, CD, ONSTAR, XM SATELLITE, PW, PL, P. HEATED LEATHER, 20,000 MILES.

P6370A, V-6, AUTO, OD, AC, TILT, CRUISE, AM/FM STEREO, CD, PW, PL, P. SEATS, A. WHEELS, 106,000 MILES, LIKE NEW & RUST FREE!

$5,670

$33,700

$5,960

2017 CHEVROLET EQUINOX PREMIER

2012 KIA SOUL PLUS

2015 CHEVROLET SILVERADO LT

P6461 AWD, EFI 4 CYL., 6 SPEED, AUTO, CLIMATE CONTROL AC & HEAT, TILT, CRUISE, AM/FM STEREO, ONSTAR, XM SATELLITE, P. HEATED LEATHER, PW, PL, PEARL WHITE, SUPER SHARP!

P6510, EFI 4 CYL., AUTO, OD, AC, TILT, CRUISE, AM/FM STEREO, CD, PW, PL, P. SEAT, ALUM. WHEELS, SOUTHERN CAR, LIKE NEW.

P6431, 4 DOOR, SHORTBED, AUTO, 6 SPEED, CLIMATE CONTROL AC & HEAT, TILT, CRUISE, AM/ FM STEREO, CD, ONSTAR, XM SATELLITE, PW, PL, P. SEATS, ALUM. WHEELS, TRAILER TOW & MORE! 33,000 MILES, SUPER SHARP! HURRY ON THIS ONE!

WAS $22,995 ON SALE NOW

WAS $8,995

WAS $28,995

ON SALE NOW

ON SALE NOW

$17,980

$6,680 0

PER OR $115 MONTH DOWN

2018 GMC SIERRA HD 1 TON 4X4 P6514, CREW CAB SHORTBED, 6.0 V-8, AUTO, OD, 6 SPEED, CLIMATE CONTROL AC & HEAT, TILT, CRUISE, AM/FM STEREO, CD, PW, PL, P. SEATS, 20,000 MILES, SUPER SHARP!

“SAVE THOUSANDS”

$23,780 2017 JEEP PATRIOT 4X4 LATITUDE

TU055A, AUTO, OD, DUAL ZONE AC & HEAT, TILT, CRUISE, AM/FM STEREO, CD, PW, PL, P. SEATS, ALUM. WHEELS, SUPER SHARP AND 21,000 MILES, MINT CONDITION, MUST SEE!

WAS

22,995

$

ON SALE NOW

$18,960

Due to our fast growing business, Landmark Chevy is looking to hire “2” EXTREMELY HONEST SALESPERSONS to take care of our growing customer base. To apply, go online @ shoplandmarkchevrolet.com, in person, or call 358-9009. 2008 CHEVROLET SILVERADO Z-71 TU082N, EXT. CAB SHORTBED 4X4, 5.3 V-8, AUTO, OD, CLIMATE CONTROL AC & HEAT, TILT, CRUISE, AM/FM STEREO, CD, PW, PL, P. SEATS, ONSTAR, XM SATELLITE, 104K, SOUTHERN TRUCK W/O RUST.

2008 BUICK LACROSSE CX 4DR.

TU071B, 3800 V-6, AUTO, OD, CLIMATE CONTROL AC & HEAT, TILT, CRUISE, AM/FM STEREO, CD, PW, PL, P. SEAT, ONSTAR, XM SATELLITE, 109K, OLD GENTLEMAN’S TRADE-IN, LIKE NEW!

WAS $15,995

ON SALE NOW

$11,960

WAS $6,995

ON SALE NOW

$5,260

2017 FORD FUSION SE HYBRID TU061A, IN RED JEWEL TINT COAT FINISH W/BLACK COMBO INTERIOR, VERY CLASSY WITH ONLY 20,000 MILES, CLIMATE CONTROL AC & HEAT, TILT, CRUISE, AM/ FM STEREO, CD, PW, PL, P. SEATS, BIG FOOT POLISHED ALUM. WHEELS, ONE OWNER, BALANCE NEW CAR WARRANTY, MUST SEE!

WAS $17,990

ON SALE NOW

$15,925

2016 CHEVROLET EQUINOX LT2 AWD

P6451, BIG EFI, 4 CYL., AUTO, 6 SPD., DUAL ZONE CLIMATE CONTROL AC & HEAT, TILT, CRUISE, AM/FM STEREO, CD, P. MOONROOF, HEATED P. SEATS, ONSTAR, XM SATELLITE, PW, PL, CHROME WHEEL PKG. & A BRANDYWINE FINISH MAKES THIS 20,000 MILE GEM... SHARP!

2019 CHEVROLET DIESEL CRUZE

P6482, PREMIER DIESEL 4 CYL., 6 SPEED, AUTO, CLIMATE CONTROL AC & HEAT, TILT, CRUISE, AM/FM STEREO, C, P. HEATED LEATHER, PW, PL, ONSTAR, XM SATELLITE, 18,000 MILES.

“PRICED RIGHT”

“PRICED LOW”

2014 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SE

2017 CHEVROLET COLORADO CREW CAB

P6506, V-6, AUTO, OD, DUAL ZONE AC & HEAT, TILT, CRUISE, AM/FM STEREO, CD, PW, P. SEAT, 8 PASSENGER, 59,000 MILES, LIKE NEW!

TU044A, Z-71 4X2, V-6, 330HP, 6 SPD., AUTO, OD, CLIMATE CONTROL, AC & HEAT, TILT, CRUISE, AM/FM BOSE STEREO, CD, NAVEGATION, PW, PL, P. HEATED LEATHER SEATS, TRAILER TOW, S. CAROLINA TRUCK, CANDY BLUE & LIKE NEW! 50K HIGHWAY MILES, DON’T MISS IT!.

WAS $14,995

WAS $28,995

ON SALE NOW

ON SALE NOW

$12,860 $24,700 2017 FORD ESCAPE AWD SE PLUS P6473, ECOBOOST, 4 CYL., TURBO, AUTO, OD, CLIMATE CONTROL AC & HEAT, TILT, CRUISE, AM/FM STEREO, CD, PW, PL, P. SEATS, ALUM. WHEELS, 47K, EXTREMELY CLEAN & VERY SHARP!

WAS $20,995

ON SALE NOW

$17,860

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