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DISCLAIMER: Dealer inventory and factory incentives subject to change. All clip art is representative. Tax and tag (DMV) fees extra on all examples. Household must currently lease Non-GM vehicle for lease conquest cash. Household must currently lease Buick, Chevrolet or GMC for Lease Loyalty Cash. All lease examples based on 10,000 miles per year (833 miles per month). 0.25 cents per mile overage. Lessee responsible for excess wear and tear. Based on approved credit. 1st payment, NYS sales tax, DMV Fees and $595 Acquisition fee due at lease delivery on all examples. Must trade 2008 or newer currently registered vehicle with less than 100,000 miles and clean CarFax report to qualify for all lease examples. Lease due at delivery amounts: 2017 Chevy Cruze ($1463), 2017 Malibu ($1673), 2017 Trax ($1583). Percentage off MSRP includes ALL applicable incentives. Offer ends January 2, 2018. See dealer for details.
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The differences between a sofa and a couch are not exactly striking. The two are actually very similar but differences do exist. The terms “sofa” and “couch” have two very different origins. The first one comes from the Arabic term “suffah” which describes a bench covered with blankets and cushions.The second one comes from the French “couche” and it’s a piece of furniture that was popularly used in the Victorian era. • Structure and Shape: Sofas usually feature two armrests and a uniform back while couches generally feature one armrest or none at all and a tapered back. • Size: Sofas are designed to provide more seating space and, of course, this also means they occupy more floorspace. Usually they provide seating space for four but they can also be bigger. On the other hand, couches can comfortably seat two to three persons and are more compact Another remarkable difference is that a sofa may have a pull out bed. • Function: The difference between a sofa and couch is easily visible. In most cases, couches are used in more casual and informal settings like in an entertainment room or a cozy living space. Sofas are generally perceived as being slightly more formal. They are used in living rooms and they give out an elegant and classy vibe.
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DUNKIRK Story Time at the Dunkirk Public Library - Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:30 - 11:00. Children 2 - 5 years old can listen to a story and make a craft. Puzzles, a dollhouse, and computers are available for play after the story. Siblings are always welcome. The program will end June 7, 2018. For more information call 366-2511. The library is open Monday thru Thursday 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday 10:00 a.m. thru 5:00 p.m., closed Sunday.
Miss Helen: Story Time - Thursday mornings at 10:30 a.m. Reading, singing, rhymes and fun crafts. Free. For children ages 2-5, children under 3 1/2 will need a parent/caregiver present. Registration is required. Call (716) 934-3468 or stop by 43 Main St. in Silver Creek to sign up. Dragon Day Activities - Thursday, January 18, 4:30 p.m., for ages 4-10. Call (716) 934-3468 or stop by 43 Main St. in Silver Creek to sign up. Tinker Tuesdays - for all ages, fourth Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m, January 23, February 27, March 27. Call (716) 934-3468 or stop by 43 Main St. in Silver Creek to sign up. Nickel City Reptiles - for all ages. Thursday, January 25, 4:30 p.m. Call (716) 934-3468 or stop by 43 Main St. in Silver Creek to sign up.
CASSADAGA & STOCKTON Mary E. Seymour Memorial Free Library, Stockton, 716-595-3323 Cassadaga Branch Library, Cassadaga, 716-595-3822
The library is open Monday thru Friday 1:30 P.M. 6:30 P.M. and Saturday 10-2.
Did you know? Erie County Library cards are available to all Erie County residents, all individuals who work in Erie County, and all those who live in the Gowanda School tax district. Stay up-to-date with events at the library by ‘liking’ our Facebook page, Collins Public Library. Library Hours: Monday 2-8 pm, Tuesday 2-8 pm, Wednesday 10:30 am - 5 pm, Thursday 2-8 pm, Friday 10:30 am -5 pm, Saturday 10 am - 2 pm, Sunday CLOSED. Telephone - 532-5129.
CHERRY CREEK Story Hour: December 30, 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. The library will be closed January 1. Monday 3 p.m. - 5 p.m., Tuesday 3 p.m. - 5 p.m., Wednesday 3:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m., Thursday 3 p.m. - 5 p.m., Friday 3 p.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Wi-Fi and Computers Available!! (716) 296-5105
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Around Town Community Blood Drive, Thursday, January 4, 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., First Baptist Church, 876 Central Ave., Dunkirk. To make an appointment to donate call 366-6634 or sign up online at redcrossblood.org with sponsor code 14048. Appointments are preferred, but walk-ins welcome. There is easy parking, wheelchair ramps, and a friendly church family. Enter with parking lot side door. Lakeshore Humane Society Pet Adoption Day, Saturday, January 6, 12 to 4 p.m., Lakeshore Humane Society Adoption Center, 431 E. Chestnut St., Dunkirk. Come and meet the animals in need of caring homes. (You must be 21 years of age or older to adopt a pet.) Call 672-1991 or go to www.lakeshorehumanesociety.org for more information. Benefit For Mark James of KIX 96.5, Saturday, January 6, 3-9 p.m., Moose Family Center 89, 296 Lake Shore Drive, West. Admission at the door incudes pizza & snacks. Mark has been battling cancer and is in need of our help. Music by Derick Davis, Kix DJ Mark Richards, We R Trio & More. Basket raffle, plinko game and more. Baskets are needed and can be dropped off at Big Rick’s One Stop, 327 Lake Shore Drive, East, Dunkirk or they can be picked up. He and his wife, JoAnn (Cole), are newlyweds. Monetary donations may be sent in card to (Mark Hill) @ WDOE, Dunkirk. 17th Annual Polar Bear Swim, Sunday, January 7, starts 12 noon with the swim at 1 p.m., Firehouse on the Lake, 23 Jackson St., Silver Creek. Music with Rock and Roll to the Rescue, Qwister, full bar, fantasy black jack and Chinese auction. Bring a nonperishable item for food pantry. For pledge sheets call 934-3775 or email@example.com Annual Meeting Of The Gowanda Ambulance Service Corporation, Monday, January 8, 7 p.m. sharp, Gowanda Village Board Room. Annual review of 2017 by the treasurer, general manager and the president. Public welcome. Novels After Noon Book Club, 1 p.m., January 8, February 5, March 5. For ages 18+. Anderson-Lee Library, 43 Main St., Silver Creek. 934-3468. Novels At Night Book Club, 6:30 p.m., January 8, February 5, March 5. For ages 18+. Anderson-Lee Library, 43 Main St., Silver Creek. 934-3468. Chapter #459, Vietnam Veterans of America, Sunday, January 14, 11 a.m., John T. Murray VFW Post #1017, 113 Deer Street, Dunkirk. Classic Film Series for Adults 18+, Third Friday of the month, 12:30 p.m., January 19, February 16, March 16. Anderson-Lee Library, 43 Main St., Silver Creek. 934-3468. Turkey Dinner, Saturday, January 20, 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m., St. John’s United Church of Christ, 733 Central Ave., Dunkirk (use Eagle St. entrance). Take-outs are available. Tickets can be purchased at the door or may be picked up at the church office: 716-366-0710. Presale/Reservations are highly recommended. Tammy Kuznicki Chautauqua County Cancer Services Program will speak on January 22, 9 a.m., Cherry Creek Leon UMC, 6813 Main, Cherry Creek. Sponsored by the Twice Fed Food Pantry. She will explain services that are available. You do not have to be a Food Pantry client. Open to the public. Questions, please call Pattie at 296-1005. Westfield Community Kitchen, located in the Westfield United Methodist Church, serves free lunch Monday and Friday from 11:30 to 12:30 and dinner on Wednesday from 4:30 to 5:30. Handicap access on Clinton Street. All are welcome. Breastfeeding Support Group, meets Wednesday mornings from 10:30 a.m. - 11:15 a.m., Darwin Barker Library, Fredonia. “Fast Lane Warriors”, Christian Conversation, Fellowship & Breakfast!! Every Thursday, 8:30 a.m. at Fast Lane Country Store, 10 Park St., South Dayton. 716-988-2004. “Neighbors 2 Warriors”, Christian Conversation, Fellowship & Breakfast!! Every Thursday, 8:30 a.m., “Neighbors 2 Restaurant”, 560 Orchard, Cherry Creek. 716-296-6020. Clean, Sober, Saved, there is hope for a powerful life free from addiction. Meetings are at 7 p.m. every Friday at The Master’s Plan Cafe, 9586 Railroad Ave., Dayton, NY. Presented by the Master’s Plan Ministries. American Legion Post 409 Ladies Auxiliary Meeting, 6:30 p.m., Gowanda American Legion, 100 Legion Dr., Gowanda. All meetings are held the third Thursday of the month unless otherwise notified. St. Gianna Molla Pregnancy Outreach Center - Chautauqua County Satellite. Located at 103 Doughty St., Dunkirk. Are you expecting and need help? Call our center at (716) 203-7593 for an appointment. Our hours are Tuesday 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and Saturdays 10:00 a.m. to noon. Visit our website: http:// www.prolifechautauquaco.org. Cherry Creek Volunteer Fire Department is looking for junior members. Stop by the fire hall for an application or call Pattie Lukaszewski 338-8429, Johnny Lukaszewski 338-8441, Cindy Goodwill 499-0315. Parkinson's Support Group, Fredonia-Southern Tier Region. Join us the 2nd Tuesday of each month 6:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m., St. Paul Lutheran Church, 334 Temple St., Fredonia. Northern Chautauqua County Redemption Center, Rt. 60, Dunkirk is accepting tabs from beverage, soup, vegetable, pet food and special diet cans. The tabs are recycled to benefit Ronald McDonald House. Silver Creek Hanover Garden Club is seeking new energetic members to our garden club. Informational speakers at our monthly meetings, summer outings and more. Call Ed at 934-2170 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org "Our Kids: Parent Education Groups" Do you have questions about how your separation or divorce has affected your children? Have you experienced conflict over custody? For more information call Catholic Charities at 366-3533 for details and registration. Calls and enrollment are confidential. Cherry Creek Fire Auxiliary Meetings will now be held on the second Wednesday of each month at the Cherry Creek Free Library at 5:30 p.m. Interested, come and join us. Generations-On-Line Computer Training for senior citizens is being offered by the Chautauqua County Office for the Aging. Training sites are now located at Ahira Hall Memorial Library, Brocton; Patterson Library, Westfield; and Dunkirk Free Library with Spanish version available. All sites are handicap accessible. To register for this one-on-one training please contact Betty Crowell at 363-3845 or NY CONNECTS at 363-4582. "Fireworks"... Anger Management and Stress Reducing Classes, every Tuesday, 4 p.m., 425 Main St., Dunkirk. Call Catholic Charities at 366-3533 for details. Amvet Retire Flags Silver Creek: Respectable flag drop off box, for retired flags. Located inside of building. Reformers Unanimous, a nationwide, Bible-based addictions program. Friday nights, 7 p.m., Open Door Baptist Church, 3576 Luce Rd., just off Rt. 60, Cassadaga. Questions or information 595-2535. Literacy Volunteers Bookstore, 21 E. Second St., Dunkirk, Washington Avenue entrance. Over 10,000 used books available. Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Are you on SSDI/SSI and want to work? Call Chautauqua Works at 716-487-5127 and ask for Lydia. Silver Creek Fire Department Auxiliary- We are looking for people to join our group. If interested, call 679-5833 to get an application. Meetings are held on the third Thursday at 7 p.m. Samuel Cimino VFW Auxiliary meetings the first Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Post, 13 N. Main Street, Silver Creek. Westfield-Ripley Kiwanis Club Community Speakers - the community is cordially invited every first and third Thursday at 6:00 p.m. at the Bark Grill in Westfield. The Forestville Historical Society meets on the 3rd Wednesday of the month. Everyone welcome. Municipal Building, Chestnut St., Forestville. William P. Jackway VFW- Ladies Auxiliary will meet the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Post on Pearl & Washington in Westfield. 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CAPRICORN: A Gemini Moon transits from the thirty first thru initial part of the first indicating a
possible need for “deep” level communication. A new beginning and or initiation is indicated from the duration of the first thru start of the third; heart matters may be highlighted. There may be a need to express self within completion and or finishing from the third thru fifth. Home and those who are considered part of Home become indicated from the fifth through the seventh.
AQUARIUS: Transits from the thirty first thru initial half of the first indicate a time for finishing
and or completing; uniqueness and or specialty may be highlighted. The Full Moon appears transiting through Moon Child during the evening of the first; heart matters may include the first thru third and may be highlighted. Completion is indicated from the latter half of the third thru start of the fifth. The fifth thru sixth indicates the possibility for giving to self and or luxuriating.
PISCES: Consider choosing to utilize communication and or a possible journey during the thirty
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first thru beginnings of the first via a transiting Gemini Moon. The Full Moon occurs in Moon Child during the evening of the first and the Moon Child Moon continues to transit from the first thru third indicating a possible new beginning(s). The last part of the third thru first half of the fifth indicates completion. The fifth thru sixth indicates a possibility for experiencing opposites.
ARIES: There may be a need for increased listening from the thirty first thru first portion of the
first; travel may be highlighted. An initiation(s) is/are indicated to occur from the latter portion of the first thru the beginning portion of the third; matters of the heart may be highlighted. A valued friend and or a family member(s) may be highlighted from the third thru fifth while completing. An initiation(s) is indicated from the fifth thru sixth in and or around the Home.
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Communication is indicated to become important via utilizing an emotional depth from the thirty first thru initial half of the first. The latter half of the first experiences a Full Moon in Moon Child which may increase Heart Chakra matters and or a possible need for initiation thru the first part of the third. The latter half of the third thru initial part of the fifth indicates a time for completion. The fifth thru the sixth indicates Home and those who are inclusive.
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GEMINI: Intuition is indicated to remain heightened from the thirty first thru initial part of the first; self responsibility may be highlighted. The Full Moon on the first in Moon Child may bring about an answered prayer; the shadow thereof may highlight the same thru the third. Transits indicate a possibility for tweaking while completing from the third thru fifth. The latter half of the fifth thru sixth indicates the Home Sector; this may include those highlighted in this definition. MOON CHILD:
Communication may be highlighted from the thirty first thru first; this may include placing forward as well as listening. The Full Moon occurs within your Home Sign during the evening of the first; an answered prayer(s) may be highlighted; a new possibility(ies) is/are also indicated. Completion and or finishing is indicated from the third thru first portion of the fifth. The fifth thru sixth are indicated to include the Home Sector; this may highlight a phone call.
A Gemini and or another air sign may be of assistance from the thirty first thru first; communication may be highlighted. New beginnings are indicated from the first thru third; an answered desire(s) may be highlighted. Creativity and or romance is/are indicated on the third thru initiation of the fifth; heightened intuition and self responsibility may be highlighted. The latter part of the filth thru sixth indicates a possible focus on the Home Sector and those within it.
VIRGO: (An)other(s) is indicated to act as a possible stimuli to the past during the thirty first thru
beginnings of the first. Heart Chakra (qualities) and or initiation are indicated from the first thru first part of the third. Finishing is indicated on the departure of the third thru first half of the fifth; romance may be highlighted. Heightened intuition is indicated from the fifth thru the sixth; the Home Sector and utilizing self responsibility during this time frame may be highlighted.
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LIBRA: A new beginning(s) may be balanced by communication as indicated via a transiting Moon in Gemini from the thirty first thru first. A Moon Child Full Moon may bring about an answer(s) to a prayer(s) previously placed forward on the first thru initial half of the third. Completing is indicated on the third thru initial half of the fifth. “Home is often found where the heart is,” becomes indicated on the fifth thru sixth; those within the Home Sector may be highlighted. SCORPIO: Finishing and or completion is/are indicated from the thirty first thru first; flexibility
within a situation(s) may be highlighted. Heart Chakra quality(ies) and or initiation are indicated from the evening of the first thru initial half of the fifth; a marriage/romantic partner is indicated to come to the forefront; romance may be highlighted. Completion and or finishing a project(s) in and or around the Home Sector is indicated from the fifth thru sixth.
SAGITTARIUS: The Moon transits through Gemini from the 31st thru first half of the first; communications may be subjective at this time. The first Full Moon of January transits thru Moon Child during the evening; seclusion and or matters of the heart may be highlighted from the first thru onset of the third. The latter part of the third thru start of the fifth indicates completion. The second half of the fifth thru sixth indicates a time when necessities take priority over emotions. For Entertainment Purposes Only Psychic; Medium; Astrologer Dennis Morley may be visited at and contacted for consultation via: www.psychicdennismorley.com or email@example.com or call 716-397-3523 or 716-595-2836; please leave a voice message in order to receive a return phone call. For Entertainment Purposes Only It does not matter where love goes; As long as love flows... This is Creativity Unlimited! VISIT ME AT: www.psychicdennismorley.com Love in Action...Dennis!
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EXPLORING THE ORIGINS OF NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS For millenia, people around the world have commemorated the arrival of a new calendar year by adhering to various traditions. Once such tradition is making resolutions for the year ahead. Resolutions are promises to oneself geared around personal fulfillment and betterment. Resolutions are widely practiced, but some people may not understand the origins of New Year’s resolutions and why they have become the norm. Some historians tie the practice of making resolutions to the ancient Babylonians. More than 4,000 years ago, the Babylonians celebrated the New Year in March rather than January. The spring harvest was in March, and a festival called Akitu, which lasted 12 days, was celebrated. An important part of the festival was the crowning of a new king. Special rituals also affirmed a connection to the gods. The Babylonians made promises to the gods, which included vows to return borrowed objects and pay outstanding debts. Resolutions can also be traced to ancient Rome. The Romans were instrumental in creating a more formal calendar, and the start of the new year was moved from March to January (January and February were added to the Roman calendar under the rule of Numa Pompilius). Julius Caesar wanted to honor January’s namesake, Janus, the Roman god of beginnings. Janus’ two faces enabled him to look back into the past and forward into the future. Sacrifices to Janus were made, and worshipers exchanged gifts with one another. A custom of setting resolutions began during this period as well, with Romans promising to be good to one another. Eventually, these resolutions were funneled into prayers and fasting when Christianity was adopted by the Roman Empire. Other religious parallels include the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur, which is a day of atonement and reflection as celebrants examine their wrongdoings and seek forgiveness and to behave better moving forward. Yom Kippur follows Rosh Hashanah, Judaism’s own new year. Resolutions also may be loosely tied to Medieval times. During this time, knights took a “peacock vow” at the end of the Christmas season. Each year, these knights would reaffirm their commitment to chivalry. Today New Year’s resolutions are largely a secular tradition, but they’re still connected to a desire to be a good person and put one’s best self forward.
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A TRUE PIONEER IN GOWANDA SPORTS HISTORY By Mark Benton, Sports Correspondent
On June 23, 1972, U.S. President Richard Nixon signed an educational amendment to Title IX. This was a law that prohibited discrimination on the basis of sex in any federally funded education program or activity. Translated, it meant women — for the first time — were granted legal right to participate on an interscholastic team. Gowanda Central School (GCS), consistent with most high schools in that era, was slow to move on this federal order, however. In fact, no interscholastic sports teams specifically for girls were part of the athletic program at GCS until the 1974-75 academic year. A few girls did grace the rosters of the boys’ track, bowling, golf and tennis teams from 1972 through the spring of 1974, but not without significant reluctance from several of the coaches and key administrators. The first female student at Gowanda Central to challenge the system actually did so almost 16 months before Title IX was amended. Karen Kenngott, who was a varsity cheerleader and member of the National Honor Society, wanted to play tennis during the spring of her senior year (1970-71) on the school's only team. However, after signing up for the sport, Kenngott encountered stiff opposition from the top school administrators. One school official took an accusatory tone with Kenngott — in a private meeting — vehemently claiming that the only reason she wanted to join the tennis team was “to flirt with the boys.” Nothing could have been farther from the truth. Kenngott was already athletically accomplished. As chance would have it, she had taken dance lessons since the age of five from Anthony Nellè, a regionally renowned instructor who taught Franco-Russian style ballet. Having emigrated from Europe, Nellè met his wife in New York, where they both worked for the NYC Ballet Company before moving on to choreography in Hollywood. When they inherited a Victorian style home in Gowanda from her parents, they returned and established their own school of dance. "Although his two-hour lessons could be very arduous," Kenngott noted during a recent phone conversation, "you developed focus, precision, and discipline." In the dimension of dance, there was nothing “fluffy” about these two worldly taskmasters. Kenngott had also been taught the game of tennis by her late father, Otto. They spent countless hours volleying back and forth on the GCS tennis courts. "My dad could whip up such a masterful spin on his serve that it was literally impossible to return" she recalled. "After nearly a decade of volleying with him, I felt that I had the discipline and talent to compete and wanted to walk lockstep with the rest of the team in representing the school." Having queried several of the team members ahead of time about the prospect of joining them, the responses were always favorable: “Heck yeah! We’ve seen you down at the courts with your dad…you’re good! And, we’d like to win more of these meets.”
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1. Mona Lisa – Leonardo da Vinci. This is the main attraction of the Louvre museum in Paris, where it is seen by six million people every year! It as painted from the year 1503 or 1504 till shortly before he died in 1519. 2. The Last Supper –
Leonardo da Vinci. This world famous painting is not shown in a museum, but rather covers the back wall of the dining hall at Santa Maria delle Grazie monastery in Milan, Italy. It was painted in the late 15th-century.
3. The Creation Of Adam – Michelangelo. Located
on the ceiling of The Sistine Chapel in Vatican City, Rome. The Creation Of Adam was painted between 1508 and 1512 and it is just one of nine scenes from the book of Genesis that are painted on the center of the ceiling of the chapel 4. Starry Night – Vincent van Gogh. Painted in 1889, Starry Night is one of the most well known paintings in modern culture. The painting is part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. 5. The Scream – Edvard Munch. This piece was painted around 1893. It was painted using oil and pastel on cardboard. This frightening painting is on display at The National Gallery, Oslo, Norway.
6. The Persistence Of Memory – Salvador Dali.
Painted in 1931 by the Spanish artist, The Persistence of Memory is one of the most recognizable pieces in art history. This work of art is known to make people ponder on their way of life and the way they spend their time.
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I am seeking to discover who I am. I travel in several different circles of friends. Each time I ask any of them to give me the choices I need to make in order to be happy, they tell me the choices are mine. I am becoming confused and I feel all alone. Any assistance is appreciated? Anonymous. Your spirit teachers and spirit guides each step forward now in order to assist you with your above inquiry. They are each filling you and your spiritual path with the white light and their unconditional love in order to assist you with their understanding for the truth which you are currently seeking for your self and your spiritual path. Firstly, your spirit guides and spirit teachers relay, one must listen to ones’ heart and spirit in order to accomplish this; spiritual humility versus ego based fear. Secondly, your spirit teachers and spirit guides relay, those out side of our self, be it solely in spirit and or a spirit having a human experience, may be able to assist of with discovering our “what we are capable of being;” the “who,” we are comes from within our spiritual humility. Thirdly, your spirit guides and spirit teachers relay, referring to traveling in different circles, there may be a need for self discovery and learning to love ones’ self versus seeking the same love out side of our self. Fourthly, your spirit teachers and spirit guides relay, we are never alone, consider choosing to allow the feeling of love coming from (an)other(s) and the Creator; the God of your understanding to be completely felt. Fifthly, your spirit guides and spirit teachers relay, all of life is a two way road, giving and or receiving. Sixth, feeling all by your self, is a state of being, coming from within, versus, from outside of one’s spirit/self. Seventh, your spirit guides and spirit teachers relay, Happiness, Kindness, and Gratitude are choices, made by our spirit, even while having a Human Experience, which come from within ones spirit. They continue by relaying, valid courage is standing by our own convictions via faith. Your spirit guides and spirit teachers each step back as it were; they are each filling your spiritual path with their unconditional love and the White Light in order to assist you with their understanding for the truth and understanding which you are currently seeking. For Entertainment Purposes Only You may write your questions to Dennis for consideration to use in the local Penny Saver columns at: or go to his Web Site at: and send him an e mail directly from there specifying you are requesting Dennis to use your question for this article and indicate you give Dennis permission to use your question. You can also set up individual appointments from there as well. Psychic; Medium; Astrologer Dennis Morley may be visited at and contacted for consultation via: or or contact Dennis for a consultation at: ; please leave a voice message in order to receive a return phone call For Entertainment Purposes Only
7. Girl With A Pearl Earring – Johannes
Vermeer. Considered by many to be “the Dutch Mona Lisa” or the “Mona Lisa of the North”. The painting was completed around 1665 and is on display in the Mauritshuis Gallery in the Hague, the Netherlands.
8. The Night Watch –
Rembrandt van Rijn. Completed in 1642, this famous artwork is on display at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
9. Self-Portrait Without Beard – Vincent van
Gogh. Even though Van Gogh painted many portraits of himself, this one is by far the most famous as it is his last self-portrait and one of the few that depicts him without a beard. 10. Guernica – Pablo Picasso. The most famous painting was completed in 1937. The painting was painted in Paris and is Inspired by the bombing of Guernica in Spain during the Spanish Civil War. The painting is on permanent display in Museo Reina Sofía, Madrid, Spain.
THE CHOICE OF WINDS
Oh for the windmill confusion and fuss And of all the high tower fears We have also lived with the political wind And promises for years.
As the wind from high above Would rotate those energy-saving blades Compared to the political wind in Buffalo Spending our money on unnecessary aids. Hopefully not yet but our property tax Will reach another high So might be best to capture New needed energy from the sky. New inventions of time and chance These are many for the best Wondering would these windmills Be more dangerous than the rest. With thorough studies - not political faults Which flow of wind would be wise The political wind that takes from us Or the wind we could utilize. Fireside Poetry by Old Andy Wingeier Sr.
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American Football Conference - 2017 Regular Season AFC East Team New England Patriots Buffalo Bills Miami Dolphins New York Jets AFC North Team Pittsburgh Steelers Baltimore Ravens Cincinnati Bengals Cleveland Browns AFC South Team Jacksonville Jaguars Tennessee Titans Houston Texans Indianapolis Colts AFC West Team Kansas City Chiefs Los Angeles Chargers Oakland Raiders Denver Broncos
W 12 8 6 5 W 12 9 6 0 W 10 8 4 3 W 9 8 6 5
L 3 7 9 10 L 3 6 9 15 L 5 7 11 12 L 6 7 9 10
T 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0
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Road 7-1-0 2-5-0 2-6-0 1-6-0 Road 7-1-0 4-4-0 2-5-0 0-7-0 Road 4-3-0 3-5-0 1-6-0 1-7-0 Road 3-4-0 4-4-0 2-5-0 1-7-0
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Pct .800 .400 .400 .400 Pct 1.000 .600 .400 .000 Pct .800 .800 .200 .200 Pct .800 .400 .400 .400
Conf 9-2-0 6-5-0 5-6-0 5-6-0 Conf 9-2-0 7-4-0 5-6-0 0-11-0 Conf 9-2-0 7-4-0 3-8-0 2-9-0 Conf 7-4-0 5-6-0 5-6-0 4-7-0
Pct .818 .545 .455 .455 Pct .818 .636 .455 .000 Pct .818 .636 .273 .182 Pct .636 .455 .455 .364
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Last 5 4-1-0 3-2-0 2-3-0 1-4-0 Last 5 4-1-0 4-1-0 2-3-0 0-5-0 Last 5 3-2-0 2-3-0 0-5-0 0-5-0 Last 5 3-2-0 4-1-0 2-3-0 2-3-0
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T 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0
Pct .867 .533 .467 .133 Pct .800 .533 .467 .333 Pct .733 .733 .600 .267 Pct .733 .600 .467 .333
PF 457 348 332 228 PF 359 375 309 254 PF 424 353 331 304 PF 465 342 269 297
PA 289 332 370 378 PA 242 365 349 297 PA 295 305 305 358 PA 295 306 337 370
Net Pts 168 16 -38 -150 Net Pts 117 10 -40 -43 Net Pts 129 48 26 -54 Net Pts 170 36 -68 -73
Home 7-0-0 3-5-0 5-3-0 1-6-0 Home 6-1-0 3-4-0 4-4-0 3-5-0 Home 7-1-0 6-2-0 4-3-0 3-4-0 Home 4-3-0 4-3-0 5-3-0 3-5-0
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Div 5-0-0 4-1-0 1-4-0 0-5-0 Div 4-1-0 4-1-0 2-3-0 0-5-0 Div 4-1-0 3-2-0 3-2-0 0-5-0 Div 4-1-0 4-1-0 2-3-0 0-5-0
Pct 1.000 .800 .200 .000 Pct .800 .800 .400 .000 Pct .800 .600 .600 .000 Pct .800 .800 .400 .000
Conf 10-1-0 6-5-0 5-6-0 0-11-0 Conf 9-2-0 7-4-0 5-6-0 1-10-0 Conf 8-3-0 7-4-0 8-3-0 2-9-0 Conf 7-4-0 7-4-0 4-7-0 2-9-0
Pct .909 .545 .455 .000 Pct .818 .636 .455 .091 Pct .727 .636 .727 .182 Pct .636 .636 .364 .182
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Christmas has come and gone. Jesus said that parents know how to give good gifts to their children (Luke 11:13). God gives us good gifts if we ask Him (Matthew 7:11). Salvation is a gift, not a reward (Romans 6:23). Some children may have received smartphones for Christmas. They were probably thrilled, but parents, watch out! Laura Kelly of the Washington Times wrote an article (11/14/17) every parent should read. It was called, “Teen suicide rate rises with heavy use of smart phones, social media” Her article was based on a book by Psychologist Jean Twenge who reveals that, among teens who spent 5 hours or more on their phones per day, 48% reported depression, and suicidal thoughts, plans or attempts. Teen girls are especially at risk. Smart phones are not smart. Jean’s suggestion? Don’t let a child have a smartphone till 8th grade. Parents, get a handle in your home. Stay connected to your kids daily. How about reading some good books this year?
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Death Notices LILLIAN G. DAVIS
PERRYSBURG — Lillian G. Davis, 93, of Perrysburg, entered into Heaven peacefully Friday (Dec. 22, 2017) with her family by her side. She was born Oct. 15, 1924 in Droyer, Pa., the daughter of the late Anthony and Frances (Smigel) Guitson. Mrs. Davis was married to Owen Davis, who predeceased
her. She was a member of the Valley View Baptist Church in Little Valley. She is survived by a son, Jon (Loretta) Davis of Gowanda; a daughter-in-law, Katherine Davis of Perrysburg; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. Besides her loving husband, she was predeceased by two sons, Bryan Davis and Garth Davis; a brother, Anthony Guitson; and a sister, Florence Mitchell. Memorials may be made to the Valley View Baptist Church in Little Valley. Arrangements are under the direction of Mentley Funeral Home Inc., 105 E. Main St., Gowanda. ~~~~
MICHAEL L. STRAWDER
GOWANDA — Michael L. Strawder, 41, passed away Wednesday (Dec. 20, 2017) at his home. He was born Oct. 23, 1971 in Gowanda, the son of Cheryl Strawder, who survives. Mr. Strawder was a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps. He was also a machinist at Springville Manufacturing as well as Devin Manufacturing in Arcade. Besides his loving mother, Mr. Strawder is survived by a brother, James (Marsha Joy) Strawder of Hamburg; as well as several nieces, nephews and one great-nephew. Memorials may be made to a charity of the donor's choice. Arrangements are under the direction of Mentley Funeral Home Inc., 105 East Main St., Gowanda. ~~~~
DOUGLAS F. HAHN
FORESTVILLE: Douglas F. Hahn, 78, of Water Street, Forestville, died Sunday, December 24, 2017 at his residence, following a lengthy illness. He was born in Buffalo on May 9, 1939, the son of the late Frederick and Berle (Valentine) Hahn. Mr. Hahn served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War, worked for the former Republic Steel in South Park, as a Laborer and worked as a Carpenter for the former L.G. Hall Building Contractor, Inc. Forestville. He was a member of J. Carter Knapp American Legion Post #953, Forestville. Mr. Hahn enjoyed hunting and fishing, which is a love he shared with his sons. He also loved working with wood, sharing many of his projects with family & friends. Mr. Hahn enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren, especially attending his granddaughter’s sporting events and hunting with his step grandsons. Survivors include his wife Judith M. (Gestwicki) Hahn, of Forestville, whom he married February 5, 1966, in St. Rose of Lima RC Church, Forestville, two sons, Daniel (Marcy) Hahn of Cassadaga; Jeff (Cindy) Hahn of Forestville; and a twin sister Doris Hahn of Orchard Park. Also surviving are a granddaughter two step grandsons, a step great grandson and several nieces and nephews. Besides his parents he was predeceased by his brother Arthur E. Hahn and a step grandson Todd “TJ” Walters, Jr. The family suggests memorials may be made either to Chautauqua Hospice & Palliative Care, 20 W. Fairmount Avenue, Lakewood, NY 14750 or to the Lakeshore Humane Society, 431 E. Chestnut Street, Dunkirk, NY 14048. To post condolences go to www.rilesandwoolleyfuneralhome.com Arrangements were by Riles & Woolley Funeral Home, Forestville. ~~~~
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WHY DOES SNOW SQUEAK WHEN YOU WALK ON IT?
Snow can make both ‘squeaky’ and ‘crunchy’ sounds. Snow is a mixture of ice crystals, liquid water and air, and the sound it makes when you walk on it depends on the proportions of this mixture. When you walk on snow, your boots apply pressure that can break its ice crystals. When the snow is warmer than about minus 35 degrees F, its ice crystals are surrounded by a film of liquid water that lubricates them so they can slide past one another without breaking. The more water around the crystals, the less likely the breakage, so if the snow is colder than 14 degrees F, your boot will crush the ice crystals, making that squeaking, or creaking, sound. Snow above approximately 14 degrees F contains enough liquid water for the crystals to “flow” silently under your boot. You’ll never get a squeak striding through slush! The crunchy sound, on the other hand, is made by cold, packed snow. Snowpack is made of ice grains. Where they touch, they bond or weld together like a matrix. These bonds are weak in fluffy snow and strongest in cold, dense snow. The crunchy sound occurs when the bonds between the ice grains in the snowpack break apart when you step on them. You’ll never hear the crunch walking in fluffy snow!
In 2008, the World’s tallest snowman was created in Bethel, Maine. It weighed 13,000,000 pounds and measured 122 feet tall.
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THE HISTORY OF GOWANDA HIGH SCHOOL BOWLING By Mark Benton, Sports Correspondent
GOWANDA — Although records are sketchy, the Gowanda High School Athletic Department sponsored its first boys bowling team during the 1958-59 academic year. The school's athletic director and multi sport coach Howard Hillis was the team's first coach. “My cousin, who was also my brother-in-law, Ken Gabel and I had just purchased the bowling alleys and Hillis came to us wanting to start a high school bowling team,” commented Lew Gabel during a recent conversation. “He said he couldn't get a teacher at the school to coach the team so he would do it to get the program started.” No team or individual records have been uncovered for the Panther "keglers" during the early years. But Gowanda did bowl the same schools that they were competing against in other sports at the time such as Salamanca, Falconer, Fredonia and Dunkirk, according to Gabel. And varsity bowling was included along with basketball, wrestling and rifle for boys only during the winter months. (Note: Female sports teams at GCS did not begin until the 1974-75 school year. Hillis only coached bowling for one year before Mr. Gordon Kidder took over the reigns for the next three seasons. First year social studies teacher Dave Conrad became the third coach of the bowling team when the 1962-63 season began. Conrad led the Panthers who bowled all of their home matches at K & L Lanes in Gowanda for 10 consecutive seasons. When the 1968-69 season began, the Panthers had shifted leagues and were bowling against schools exclusively located in Erie County (ECIC). During his last season as the bowling coach in the winter of 1971-72, the Panthers posted an overall record of 7-8. Chemistry teacher Dave Wiens inherited a very good team when he became the coach for the 1972-73 season. And Gowanda, behind such top bowlers as juniors Mike Mormile and John Hebner, both first team all-stars, captured the school's first championship when they won the ECIC Division III title. The team's overall record was 16-8. Gowanda continued to do well in bowling and posted overall records of 13-11 and 17-13 during the next two seasons. Coach Weins ended up coaching the varsity bowling team for eight consecutive seasons with five of them having more success than failure. Unfortunately, one of the school's more successful sports program during the 1970s was eliminated along with several other "Lifetime" sports during the 1980-81 school year due to budget cuts. It would be many years later before varsity bowling for both boys and now girls would be included as part of the interscholastic sports program at Gowanda Central School. And during that “dark period,” Lew Gabel and Bob Robe started a junior or youth bowling program at K & L Lanes that kept many kids interested and participating in the sport. High school bowling for both boys and girls was finally brought back more than a decade ago. And Gowanda has competed at a very high level since the return of the winter sport to the school's athletic program under the guidance of coaches Ryan Lipinski and Lois Piscitelli. Adding to the list of accomplishments was GCS senior Trevor Greco bowling a perfect 300 game, the first and only in school history during the 2015-16 season. The sport of bowling continues to be very popular in the Gowanda area. And thanks to K & L Lanes that continues to offer youth programs, the bowling teams at Gowanda Central School should continue to flourish.
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GOWANDA SPORTS REPORT
By Mark Benton, Sports Correspondent GOWANDA — The Gowanda High School varsity boys basketball team defeated North Collins at home, 66-33, on Dec. 20. The win completed a two-game sweep of the Eagles. Gowanda was led by Nate Brawdy with 25 points. Teammate Matias Rikka also played a strong game and netted 18 points. The Panthers’ record is now 5-1. They return home on Thursday, Jan. 4 to face Portville in their first league encounter. The JV game tips off at 6 p.m. followed by the varsity. Gowanda swept Ellicottville in girls high school varsity bowling at Central Lanes in Salamanca on Dec. 19. Tatum Stitzel led Gowanda with a 470 three-game set. Chelsey Wielkie rolled a high game of 166. Alicia Barlow had a high game of 159 while Kala Farley chipped in with a 361 series. With the four wins, Gowanda now has an overall record of 12-0. The boys varsity bowling team won three out of four games against Ellicottville also at Central Lanes to raise their overall record to 11-1. Kurt Stitzel Jr. was Gowanda's top bowler with a 552 series. Caleb Davis was next in line with a 468 three-game set. Aaron Barlow had an individual high game of 218. The Olean High School varsity wrestling team invaded Gowanda on Dec. 19 and won, 41-25. In defeat, the Panthers won six matches. Jake Monat and Keifer Austin both pinned their opponents while decisions were recorded by Maddox Browning, Dave Ball, Dominik Rodriguez and Mike Liszkiewicz. Browning and Rodriguez both won exciting overtime matches. Gowanda returns home on Wednesday, Jan. 3 to face top ranked Falconer. The first match begins at 6 p.m. The Springville Boys and Girls Club will hold their snowshoe softball tournament on Saturday, Jan. 27 at Sprague Brook Park. This is a co-ed tournament. The team entry fee is $500. Call Andy Bobseine at 829-9785 for more information. The Gowanda Recreation Learn to Ski program at Holiday Valley for students in grades 5 through 12 will begin on Sunday, Jan. 7. The bus will depart from the front circle of the Gowanda High School at 1:15 p.m. and return at 8:30 p.m. The program concludes on Sunday, Feb. 25 with a bonus day in March. There are 32 students registered in this year's program. Gowanda remains one of the largest ski clubs at Holiday Valley. Other winter activities sponsored by the Gowanda Recreation Department will include a men's (pickup games) basketball program (ages 16 and up) and a youth roller skating program. The Men's basketball program is held every Tuesday from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Academy Place gymnasium on Center Street in the village of Gowanda. The cost to play each week is $2. There will be basketball on Jan. 2. The co-ed youth roller skating program for children in kindergarten through ninth grade is held every Monday night from 6 to 7:30 p.m. through the end of February at the Academy Place. The cost to skate each week is $2 and it includes free skate rental. Children may also bring their roller blades. The next scheduled event is Monday, Jan. 8.
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Written by Todd J. Tranum, President and CEO of the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce & Executive Director of the Manufacturers Association of the Southern Tier Often, one of the best gifts we receive is the gift of perspective. We recently benefited from hearing fresh perspectives on living and working in Chautauqua County from some of our community’s hard working young professionals. Four young professionals spoke at the Chamber Annual Meeting, and we found their enthusiasm for our communities refreshing and uplifting. Kris Maytum, Director of IT & Voice Services for DFT Communications in Fredonia, appreciates his walkable commute to work and the affordable cost of living in his hometown. After living away for a while, he returned home to join his family’s business and said being in Chautauqua County has provided a number of benefits including proximity to family. Amber Grekalski is Resource Development Coordinator for United Way of Southern Chautauqua County. She talked about her top five reasons for choosing to live and work here. Calling her job “rewarding,” she noted the people, businesses, and local agencies who help to improve Chautauqua County regularly. She serves on the boards of Northwest Arena, the Audubon Community Nature Center, and the Jamestown Young Professionals, and also pointed out that recreation and entertainment opportunities are plentiful here, whether it’s hiking, kayaking, or finding great music, and a connection here to people and surroundings. In addition, she appreciates Chautauqua County’s potential. “The more I learn through my work and board involvement, the more I want to see Chautauqua County succeed,” Grekalski said. “Every decision to build, expand, and innovate is making a direct impact on the success of tomorrow,” she added. Matt Mazgaj is a Lakewood native who married his high school sweetheart. After they graduated from separate colleges, they drove across the country and also spent some time traveling in Europe before they settled in Washington, D.C. where he attended law school. But each time they returned home to visit they found the lifestyle here compelling. “We had good jobs, but always felt like something was missing,” he said. Now an attorney with Phillips Lytle in Jamestown, he says, “working here in Chautauqua County allows me to immerse myself in a community where I work hand-in-hand with people trying to make this area a better place to live, work, and visit. Success is a work-life balance,” he noted, “It is seeing your kids and being able to afford childcare and housing. Success is being part of a community of people all rowing in the same direction; and knowing your neighbor and being able to depend on them.” Monica Kemp-Simpson is the Incubator Program Manager for the Fredonia Technology Incubator. She moved here from the Buffalo area three years ago and sings the praises of the people in Chautauqua County. “I am so grateful for the opportunity to have a career in economic development, helping small businesses grow, working on community projects, and making a real impact in this county. I see only great things for Chautauqua County and am thankful to be part of its bright future,” she said. We are fortunate in Chautauqua County to offer amenities that many professionals of all ages seek: affordability, an easy commute to work, quality schools, access to healthcare, and a plethora of recreational and entertainment opportunities. Watching a new generation of leaders choosing to build their lives and careers here is gratifying and inspiring. If you’re a young professional interested in working with like-minded people of your generation, we hope you will contact one of the go-getters we heard from, and we look forward to working with them in the future through the Chamber of Commerce and the Manufacturers Association.
Once again this year, many attractions in the Jamestown area will open their doors for free, to give local people a chance to be tourists in their hometown and to see for free what hundreds of tourists pay for each year. Doors Open Jamestown is set for Saturday, January 20 from 10am-5pm. Participating attractions are: Audubon Community Nature Center, Busti Grist Mill, Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame, Chautauqua Striders, DAR House, Dykeman Young Gallery, Fenton History Center, Infinity Visual & Performing Arts Center, James Prendergast Library, Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz Museum, Martz Observatory, Northwest Arena, Reg Lenna Center for the Arts, Robert H. Jackson Center, Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History, and Spire Theater. There will be opportunities to enter prize drawings at many of the locations, as well as special Doors Open discounts in gift shops. In addition to the attractions, local restaurants will be open downtown and ready to serve you. We hope you will take advantage of this tremendous opportunity, brought to you by Jamestown Up Close, Jamestown Renaissance Center, and the Jamestown Community Chamber of Commerce.
If you are the lucky recipient of a Shoptauqua Gift Card this holiday season, you can easily find a place to spend that newfound “cash.” More than 100 Chamber member businesses here in Chautauqua County have signed up as participating merchants in the program. To find a full list, from retailers to restaurants to specialty businesses and experiences, visit www.shoptauqua.com. The list is always up to date on our website. Shoptauqua gift cards are available year-round and they never expire. Even after the Christmas giving season if you’re seeking just the right gift for a birthday, graduation, anniversary, or other event, consider a Shoptauqua gift card. Call the Chamber of Commerce during normal business hours for more information: 366-6200 or 484-1101.
is open every third Saturday of the month from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. at Fredonia Presbyterian Church 219 Central Avenue in Fredonia. All residents of the 14063 zip code are eligible. All guests receive at least one bag of non-perishable food. Gowanda, has clothing, furniture and household goods available for a suggested donation. Hours are 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays as well as 9 a.m. noon every first and third Saturday. It is open to everyone. For more information call the Love INC office at 5323541. in Cherry Creek is open the first four Mondays of each month from 7 a.m. - 12 p.m. If food is needed, please call in by 9 a.m. at 716-296-5213. The food pantry will be closed on Monday, January 1. It will be open on Tuesday, January 2 for our clients. For Emergency Food please call Betty Milspaw 716-640-827 or Pattie Lukaszewski at 716-296-1005 or 716-338-8429. 9586 Railroad St., Dayton. Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Food Express Truck on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 10:30 a.m. This is a community-based program with no income guidelines. 704 Central Ave., Dunkirk, open Monday 9 a.m. - 2 p.m., Tuesday 9 a.m 4:30 p.m., Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Clients should bring in proof of identification and income for all household members. services residents of the Brocton Central School District and is located in a separate building on the Campus of the West Portland Baptist Church, 7081 East Route 20, Westfield. Open every Tuesday and Thursday 1:00-4:00 p.m. and Wednesdays 4:30-6:30. will now be open 3:15 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. only on Wednesdays. A not-for-profit organization that gives free pet food to qualifying (low income) residents of Chautauqua County. We are located on Lark St., Dunkirk behind P&G Foods. Open every Tuesday 6-8 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. until noon. You will need photo ID, proof of income and Rabies certificates for dogs and cats. -Invites you to donated used clothes, shoes, blankets, drapes and stuffed toys to the located at 1385 Route 20 in the parking lot. Receive tax reduction for your donations. Please place your donations in a clean dry plastic bag. Visit St. Pauly Textile at www.stpauly.com about clothing donation and distribution. is open every Friday from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and the third Friday evening of the month from 6:00-7:30 p.m. Thursdays 5:30-7:30. and can be sent in care of: The Pantry at P.O. Box 173 Silver Creek, NY 14136. available for purchase through Christ Chapel Wesleyan Church, 60 Buffalo St., Silver Creek. Online ordering at www.familytablefoodministries.com For more information contact Jackie Tooley at 716-965-4868. Accepting food stamps. 3 Park St., open Thursdays from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 965-2655. and can be sent in care of: The Forestville Food Pantry at P.O. Box 309, Forestville. A community outreach ministry, lending a helping hand with clothing, household goods, furniture & appliances. Located at 2 East Ave., Sinclairville. Hours: Wed. & Fri. 2 p.m. - 6 p.m. September-April, Wed. and Fri. 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. MayAugust. Call 716-962-2246 for assistance or donations. For info. or online: www.samaritanhouse.us Available to residents of the Sinclairville School District. Located at Park United Methodist Church. We’re open every Monday and Tuesday 9:30-11:00 a.m. is available to residents of Cassadaga, Stockton and Lily Dale. Located at 25 Maple Ave. We’re open every Thurs. 8 a.m.-noon. Ruth Remsen Used Clothing Center open Fridays 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Located behind First United Church “The White Church On The Square” in Silver Creek. Adults clothing .50 cents, children .25 cents.
Crown Of Everlasting Life+ Gospel Of Jesus Christ Holy Bible Church, 23 Clinton Avenue, Fredonia. Evangelist-Minister-Pastor Renee M. Reading. Communion and Worship Service at 11:00 a.m. Sundays. Fellowship for the congregation after morning service with food and drinks. Please attend! God bless! Church phone numbers: 6724698 or 785-0157. Also: First United Presbyterian Church, 19 W. Fourth St., Dunkirk. New Pastor Rami Al Maqdasi, 716366-2421. Sunday Services at 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Come join us! All are welcome. CWC NY, 101 Eagle St., Fredonia, NY 14063. Pastor Erica. 716-672-6262. Service Hours Sunday 11am, Bible Study Wednesday 7pm Cherry Creek Leon UMC, 6813 Main, Cherry Creek, 716-296-5213. Children’s Sunday School Class and Adult Sunday School Class 9 a.m.-10:15 a.m. every Sunday. Praise and Worship Service 10:30 a.m. every Sunday. Pastor John Dedloff. Universal Unity Of Spirit in Cassadaga, NY, an interfaith organization offering spiritual development classes and a variety of workshops. Sunday services include healing and prayer chaplain. www.universalunityofspirit.org Forestville UMC, 3 Park Street, Forestville. New Pastor, Grace Warren. Sunday Service 11 a.m. Christ Chapel Wesleyan Church, 60 Buffalo St., Silver Creek. Sunday worship 9:00 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. Kingdom Kids Children’s Program, 10:30 a.m. Information on facebook and at 716-934-3725. Conewango Valley United Methodist Church, 5517 Church St., Conewango Valley. Children’s Sunday School is from 8:30 a.m. - 9:15 a.m every Sunday, with worship service, with our Lay Servant, Carl Isler, to follow at 9:30 a.m Any questions about the worship service or Sunday school call 716-6408804 or 716-296-1005. South Dayton UMC, 328 Pine St., South Dayton. (716) 988-5977. Sunday Worship 11:15 a.m. All are welcome. The Master’s Plan Community Church, 9586 Railroad Street, Dayton, NY, 716-725-9229. Services: 10 a.m. Sunday school, church services 11 a.m St. Peter’s Anglican Church, 1A Park Street, Forestville, Bible Believing, Christ centered worship; Sundays Church school 9:30 a.m., morning worship and Eucharist 10:30 a.m. Visitors welcome. 6756424. Lily Dale Spiritualist Church, East Street, Lily Dale. Sunday Services: 10:30 a.m. Workshops & Classes - no gate fee. For information 716-5953971 (24/7). Quaker (Fredonia Friends Meeting), 369 West Main, Fredonia at Barlow’s Mill. Worship at 11AM. All are welcome. For info 485-6065. Church Of The Living Spirit, Lily Dale, hold monthly events including Healing Services, Drumming Circles, Medium Lunch, Readings and Philosophy discussions. Visit Church of the Living Spirit Website for additional information and newsletters: www.LivingSpiritLilyDale.org Celebration Fellowship Church meets in Leon Sunday mornings at 11 a.m. in the Historical Church at the intersection of Rt. 62 and Cherry Creek Hill. Pastor is Rev. John Reukaup. Everyone is welcome. Fellowship after services. Collins Friends Meeting, 2345 Main St., Collins, NY 14034. Pastor: Janice Ninan. Worship: 11 a.m. Sunday, Sunday School. Come to worship.
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Completed in 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States. It connects Manhattan and Brooklyn by spanning the East River. It has a main span of 1,595.5 feet which made it the longest suspension bridge in the world from its opening until 1903. It has become one of the icons on New York from its opening day and it’s still one of the city’s major attractions. All day long you can spot tourists crossing the the 5,989 feet bridge by foot while taking pictures of the beautiful bridge with the skyline of Manhattan
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Mark, of KIX 96.5, has been battling cancer. He and his wife, Joanne (Cole) are newlyweds and reside in Fredonia. Recently a ramp was installed at their home with many more things that need to be done.
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