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DO YOU REMEMBER THE ‘80s?

• The original Rubik’s Cubes colors are red, yellow, green, orange, blue and white. Although invented in the late 70s, they did not begin to sell in numbers until the 80s. • In 1983 The Microsoft Corporation invents the Windows system and Bill Gates becomes the richest man in the world. • In 1981 McDonald’s first sold Chicken McNuggets. • Charity Single “We Are The World” sold four million copies. • In Pac-Man, The Ghosts primarily are Blinky, Inky, Pinky and Clyde. • The board game Trivial Pursuit peaked in 1984, with over 20 million games being sold. • Mork from Ork (played by Robin Williams) had the trademark saying “Nanno Nanno”. • Fox Broadcasting Network made its debut in 1987. • Motorola introduced the first mobile phones to the public in 1983.

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Gowanda Fire Department’s Annual Spaghetti Dinner, Wednesday, January 18, Gowanda American Legion Hall, 4 to 7 p.m. Presale tickets at a discount are available from any fireman or auxiliary member as well as Auto Wrench Connection. Take outs available. Community Spaghetti Dinner, Thursday, January 19, 4:30 p.m. till sold out, Silver Creek Assembly of God Church, 1385 Rt. 20, 934-3724. Donation. Take outs will be available. Lakeshore Humane Society Pet Adoption Day/Open House, Saturday, January 21, 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. Turkey & Stuffing Dinner, Saturday, January 21, 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m., St. John’s United Church of Christ, 733 Central Ave., Dunkirk (use Eagle St. entrance). Tickets are available at the door or may be picked up at the church office: 716-366-0710. Collins Center Volunteer Fire Company’s Annual Installation of Officers, Saturday, January 21, Collins Center Fire Hall. Cocktails at 5:30, buffet dinner at 6:30, entertainment until midnight. RSVP to Paul (Digger) Gernatt at (716) 592-7020. Gowanda Class of 1977, 40th Reunion, July 29, save the date. Watch for facebook page with more information. Please send current contact information or questions to GowandaClass77@gmail.com Are you divorced, separated or having problems getting over a bad relationship? Divorce Care is a Christian-based program for people who want to get their life back on track. The Gowanda Free Methodist Church, 149 W. Main St., Gowanda, is sponsoring this 13-week program on Thursdays from 6-8 p.m., beginning January 12th. For more information or to register, please call Pastor Ray Start at 716-598-2995 or Patty Start at 716-435-6118. Clean, Sober, Saved, a 12 step recovery program for all individuals struggling with addictions. Meetings are at 7 p.m. Tuesdays at Christ Chapel Wesleyan Church, 60 Buffalo Street, Room 101, Silver Creek. Call Barb at 934-3725 for more information. St. Gianna Molla Pregnancy Outreach Center - Chautauqua County Satellite. We are here to support mothers, fathers and grandparents before, during and after childbirth (including post-partum, breastfeeding and depression issues). 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 NOW... on Saturdays 10:00 a.m to noon. Donations needed for infants, children's and maternity clothing as well as miscellaneous baby items. Please call us at the phone number above. Visit our website: http:// www.prolifechautauquaco.org. Cherry Creek Volunteer Fire Department is looking for junior members - Do you have spare time and would like to help out your community? Then come join the Cherry Creek Volunteer Fire Department. Free fire training, CPR and first aid. 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. Sharing of information and ideas. No reservations needed - just come by. 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 fast growing garden club. Informational speakers at our monthly meetings, summer outings and more. We decorate the park, gazebo and veterans memorial for all seasons. New ideas are a welcome. Join us, and have lots of fun, and see our Village grow. We are a teaching and learning group. Call Ed at 934-2170 or e-mail at edlorrie@yahoo.com "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 on the Catholic Charities Our Kids: Parent education Groups call Catholic Charities at 366-3533 for details and registration. Calls and enrollment are confidential. 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. Training is ideal for first time computer users. 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 and to register. Amvet Retire Flags Silver Creek: Respectable flag drop off box, for retired flags. Located inside of building. Catholic Daughters of the Americas, Monthly meetings held the last Thursday of the month at St. Anthony's Church, Cushing St., Fredonia at 6:30 p.m. All welcome, refreshments served. For info. call Mary Ann Gabel at 934-4774. Reformers Unanimous, a nationwide, Bible-based addictions program. Smoking, weight, drugs, alcohol +. 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 Karen. 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. First United Presbyterian Church - United Angels Youth Group meets the 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month at 6:30-8:00 p.m. at 35 Park Place, Silver Creek. Anyone in 6th-12th grade is invited to attend. 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. ABATE of NY Chautauqua County holds its monthly meetings on the 2nd Sunday of each month at 1 p.m. at the St. Stephen's Hotel, Brocton. For more info. sign up on Facebook @ ABATE-of-Chautauqua-NY

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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. 6813 Main St., Cherry Creek, 296-5213, Open every Monday 7 a.m. - 12 p.m. You will be notified if change due to holiday. Emergencies: Betty Milspaw 716-640-8275, Pattie Lukaszewski 716-3388429, Belinda Johnson 716-397-6055. 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 - Friday, 9 a.m.-1 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. 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.


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Well respected, honored and appreciated for his civil rights activism, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. rightfully earned his place as one of the most influential figures in American and world history. Through his religious teachings and social activism, Dr. King played a key role in the American Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s. While Dr. King lived a good portion of his life in the public eye, many facts of his life are not widely known. In honor of his birthday and Black History Month, the following are some interesting and less publicized facts about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 1. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birth name was not “Martin,” but “Michael.” Dr. King’s father traveled to Germany and became inspired by Protestant reformer Martin Luther and thus changed his name while also changing the name of his then 5-year-old-son. 2. Dr. King was a prodigious student. Not only did he skip two grades and start college before formally graduating high school, but Dr. King also earned a bachelor’s degree at age 19, graduating from Morehouse College in 1948 with a degree in sociology. 3. Though not a singer, Dr. King earned a posthumous Grammy Award nonetheless. In 1971, Dr. King was awarded Best Spoken Word album for “Why I Oppose the War in Vietnam.” 4. Although people cannot readily find photographs of Dr. King smoking, he was a regular smoker and even hid the habit from the public and from his children so they wouldn’t take up smoking. It was believed Dr. King was smoking a cigarette when he was fatally shot. 5. While Dr. King is remembered as an enthralling public speaker, he actually scored poorly in public speaking during his first year at seminary. He received a “C” in the class but earned straight “As” by his final year. 6. Dr. King was a “Star Trek” fan. He convinced actress Nichelle Nichols, who played the role of “Uhura” on the show, to continue working with the series. Nichols was considering leaving, but Dr. King told her she was breaking boundaries by playing a character who didn’t conform to black stereotypes. 7. Dr. King narrowly escaped an assassination attempt on September 20, 1958. On that day, Dr. King was in Harlem signing copies of his new book, “Stride Toward Freedom,” when he was approached by a woman who stabbed him with a letter opener. He barely survived. 8. Dr. King’s speech in Memphis in April 1968 may have prophesied his death. Speaking to an audience at Mason Temple Church, King said, “Like anybody, I would like to live a long life. Longevity has its place. But I’m not concerned about that now … I’ve seen the Promised Land. I may not get there with you. But I want you to know tonight, that we, as a people, will get to the Promised Land.” 9. Dr. King’s birthday is now observed as a national holiday in the United States. President Ronald Reagan signed the bill in 1983. The only other American to earn this honor is George Washington.

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1) Can you name the trio of brothers who, in the eighth inning of a game played on September 15, 1963, made history by playing together in the outfield for the San Francisco Giants. 2) Barry Bonds hold the career record for intentional bases on balls at 688. Hank Aaron is number two. How many IBBs did Aaron amass in his career? 3) Name the only major leaguer to hit a grand slam hitting right- handed and left-handed in the same game. 4) Name the five original HOF electees. 5) Name the pitcher who holds the record for striking out ten consecutive batters in a game. 6) Name the three players who have hit home runs from both side of the plate in one inning?

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2) 293 3) Red Sox, 2003, Boston third baseman Bill Mueller. 4) Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Honus Wagner, Christy Mathewson, Walter Johnson 5) The Mets Tom Seaver, on April 22, 1970, struck out ten consecutive Padres in a two-hit, 19 strikeout, 2-1 complete game win. 6) Carlos Baerga, Indians, 1993; Mark Bellhorn, Cubs, 2002; Kendry Morales, Angels, 2012 1) Felipe, Jesus and Matty Alou.

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As another year has passed on by Now the year of 2017 is born As revelers are out celebrating With noisemakers and the horn

(A syndicated column created, copyrighted and published by: Dennis Morley)

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A previously created plan(s) require tweaking on the twenty second; and or require being moved to the latter part of the day. Communication via either direction, may be key to the Home and or those within it on the fifteenth thru first portion of the seventeenth. Initiation, may require some form of balancing on the seventeenth thru nineteenth. Finishing via kindness and inner passions maybe key to a desired outcome(s) on the twentieth or twenty first.

As we wait in Wonderment What will the New Year have in store As we wish for World Peace How could we wish for more? But will it be at all possible With a new leader at the helm And will our life improve Or will it be beyond the leader’s realm? As we all hope for improvements With patience, time and pain It may not show immediately But America Will Be Great Again

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AQUARIUS: Completion of plans may be a breeze during the first half of the fifteenth; this may The bubbles in GuinNess beer sink to the bottom rather than float to the top as in other beers.

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not be the same for the latter half of the day thru the beginnings of the seventeenth. The latter part of the seventeenth thru nineteenth indicate a time for new beginnings and initiation; it may be a time to turn indecision into decisiveness. Considered inner passions may be realized via organization and or “perfecting” during the twentieth and or throughout the twenty first.

PISCES: The first part of the fifteenth indicates a time for completion.

The second half of the fifteenth thru beginnings of the seventeenth may find emotions escalated; this may be via communication(s) with (an)other(s) connected within and or related with Home. A new beginning(s) and or an initiation(s) may require adaptable flexibility on the seventeenth thru nineteenth. A Scorpio(s) may be highlighted during the twentieth thru the twenty first.

ARIES: The first portion of the fifteenth is indicated of completion; this may be related with children and or romance. The latter part of the fifteenth thru beginnings of the seventeenth indicate initiation may require versatile adaptability. The latter portion of the seventeenth indicates a time for possible initiation; this may be related with marriage and or another form of partnership. Completion is indicated during the twentieth thru twenty first. TAURUS: Values may come to the forefront during the first part of the fifteenth; this may lead

to a unique solution(s) during the latter half of the fifteenth thru beginnings of the seventeenth. The subject of marriage(current and or a new possibility ), may come to the forefront on the seventeenth and or thru the nineteenth; appearance may be highlighted. The twentieth and twenty first indicates a time of completion; this may be connected with/to a life cycle.

GEMINI: Completion is indicated during the first half of the fifteenth; adaptability may be highlighted. Communication (verbal and or written) may be highlighted on the fifteenth thru first part of the seventeenth, within the Home, those connected to Home, and or within a career/work/ business setting(s). Initiation and a new possibility(ies) is indicated on the seventeenth thru nineteenth. Scorpio may be highlighted on the twentieth thru twenty first. MOON CHILD: Completion is indicated for the fifteenth; there may be a twist from an original plan(s). New beginnings and initiation is indicated during the second portion of the fifteenth thru beginnings of the seventeenth; this may be related with home and or business/work/career related. One or more initiation(s), may come to the forefront on the seventeenth thru nineteenth. Passions may lead to a possible new romantic relationship on the twentieth of twenty first.

LEO: Intuition may remain heightened on the fifteenth; this may lead to a new possibility(ies); self responsibility is highlighted. An emotional consideration(s), may come to the forefront on the fifteenth and or thru first part of the seventeenth. Emotions may be heightened on the seventeenth thru nineteenth; consider choosing to gauge them, positive thru neutral, with (an)other(s). Scorpio may be highlighted on the twentieth thru twenty first.

VIRGO: Completion may require versatility on the seventeenth. The Moon transits through your Home Sign during the second half of the fifteenth thru first half of the seventeenth; self responsibility may be highlighted in order to turn attention towards the Home, those connected with it, and or its contents. Initiation via balanced flexibility is indicated on the seventeenth thru nineteenth. Completion is indicated from the twentieth thru twenty first. LIBRA: Balance may be required in order to complete on the fifteenth. Consider choosing a kind nature on the fifteenth thru beginnings of the seventeenth. The transiting Moon indicates heightened awareness on the seventeenth thru nineteenth; self responsibility is highlighted; there be a desire to be surrounded by the familiar. Completion, inner passions, and or Scorpio qualities are indicated during the twentieth throughout the twenty first.

SCORPIO: Completion is indicated for the beginnings of the fifteenth. The latter half of the fifteenth thru the start of the seventeenth indicates completing a possibility(ies) within the Home. Initiation is indicated on the seventeenth’s start thru the nineteenth. The transiting Moon sojourning through Scorpio indicates the possibility for heightened intuition from the twentieth throughout the twenty first’s duration; self responsibility is highlighted. SAGITTARIUS:

A plan(s) may need tweaking on the fifteenth in order to complete an outcome(s). A philosophical moment(s) may be highlighted on the fifteenth thru first part of the seventeenth. Flexible balancing may be “key” in order to move beyond the moment from the latter half of the seventeenth throughout the nineteenth; marriage may be highlighted. Versatility may allow for completion during the twentieth throughout the twenty first’s duration.

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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 There are many good and positive things happening all across Western New York. From Buffalo to Dunkirk to Jamestown to Olean we are all getting a sense of momentum. We are witnessing a manufacturing rebound, growing tourism, a reinvented agriculture sector and significant investments in the health care sector. In addition, restaurants and retailers are providing and growing a diverse array of services to our regions consumers. A renewed focus on the Upstate, Western New York Economy from Governor Cuomo’s office has brought ‘wind to the sails’ of this region. The leadership of Howard Zemsky at Empire State Development and his great team of colleagues, and the strategic guidance of the Regional Economic Development Council have been critically important to developing this Western New York momentum. As we start this New Year there are many things to be excited about in terms of economic development and job creation in Chautauqua County. In the Dunkirk area, the Athenex development and the renewed opportunity to repower NRG will be catalysts to additional growth for our community. In Jamestown, continued progress on the National Comedy Center, and the $10 million New York State investment through the Downtown Revitalization Initiative have the potential to be game changers for Chautauqua County. Quietly in the background our private sector along with the Industrial Development Agency, local economic development professionals and foundations continue their hard work of maintaining and growing job opportunities. We are enthused about the investments that have been made by New York State through the leadership of Governor Cuomo, which have encouraged private sector participation. We also appreciate the Governor’s efforts to continue to build on the momentum with additional investments being proposed in 2017. Particularly the Governor has proposed $5 million in funding to help the National Comedy Center close the projects funding gap. He is proposing a competitive grant funding process for place-making strategies to revitalize small cities, villages and towns. This is a great opportunity for our unique villages and towns to look at ways of bringing new life to our communities. The Governor has also proposed $2.5 million to help the City of Jamestown regain is financial footing. Our hope is that these funds will be structured in a meaningful way that strengthens the long term financial health of the City of Jamestown. Other encouraging initiatives from the Governor include investments in road and water infrastructure and continued emphasis on lowering property taxes which are the highest in the United States as a percentage of home values and passing State legislation that will allow for ridesharing improving accessibility to transportation and lowering costs in our region. We appreciate the Governor’s continued focus on the Western New York economy.

The Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting was sold out when we had to cancel in December due to poor weather. We are now rescheduled for this Friday, January 20, at Shorewood Country Club. Lt. Governor Kathy Hochul will be our keynote speaker. Most of our previously registered guests will be attending, but we have just a few spots open for others. If you would like to attend, please call the Chamber at 366-6200 or 4841101.

The very popular Doors Open Jamestown will be back again on Saturday, January 21. Doors Open offers free admission for the day to our local attractions, demonstrating the extraordinary tourism opportunities that are right here in our own backyard. Sponsored by the Jamestown Community Chamber of Commerce and the Jamestown Renaissance Corporation, Doors Open has grown substantially since it first began. Participating venues are Jamestown Audubon Nature Center, Roger Tory Peterson Institute, Robert H. Jackson Center, Northwest Arena, Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz Museum & Center for Comedy, Fenton History Center, Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame, Reg Lenna Center for the Arts, James Prendergast Public Library, Infinity Performing Arts Center, Lucille Ball Little Theatre, Busti Grist Mill, and Lucille M. Wright Air Museum. The hours are 10am – 4:30pm for this FREE day at our local museums and attractions.

Take a fresh look at the Roger Tory Peterson Institute, and get to know some of your fellow Chamber members as well! The next Experience Chautauqua Networking Event by the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce will be held on Thursday, February 16 at RTPI, 311 Curtis Street, Jamestown. You will be networking with other Chamber members and see the Focus on Nature XIV exhibit, organized by the New York State Museum. The event will include complimentary appetizers, a cash bar, and an optional tour of the building. It is sponsored by Bellevue University, OBSERVER, The Post-Journal, and WJTN/WWSE/ WKSN/WHUG/WQFX. The cost is $11 per person for pre-registered Chamber members or $13 for walk-in members. To register, call the Chamber at 366-6200 or 484-1101, or sign up online at www.chautauquachamber.org/events.

The 30th Annual Presidents Day Weekend Winter Festival is coming up February 17-19 at Lakeside Park in Mayville and we hope you’ll join in the fun! One new addition this year is a scavenger hunt involving local Chamber member businesses. It will replace the long standing medallion treasure hunt and details will be announced soon. Weather permitting the festival will feature an ice castle, along with snowmobile rides, a snowmobile flare parade, and a giant snow slide. There will be food and craft vendors, horse drawn rides, fireworks and much more. Hosted by the Mayville-Chautauqua Community Chamber of Commerce, this event relies on dozens of volunteers and sponsors. If you are interested in volunteering or sponsoring, please call the Community Chamber office at (716) 753-3113 or learn more about the festival at mayvillechautauqua.org.

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ASK PSYCHIC; MEDIUM; ASTROLOGER I am and have been attempting to create new possibilities in my life. I continue to come upon blockages. Are the blockages coming from myself or other people? Please share any possible insights? 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 teachers and spirit guides relay, consider the possibility, the "blockages" you are encountering may be acting as synchronicity acts as a tool in order for you to move beyond them. Your spirit teachers as and spirit guides continue by relaying, your blockages may only occur via (an)other(s) when your Free Will gives them permission to act as a possible barrier. Your spirit guides and spirit teachers continue by relaying, the blockages you have chosen to experience, may be coming via (an)other(s) and self; this discovery, may be part of what your spirit has chosen to learn via experience. Secondly, your spirit teachers and spirit guides relay, consider choosing to remember, your spirit, in your instance, having a Human Experience, was created in the image of the Creator; the God of your understanding. Thirdly, your spirit guides and spirit teachers continue by relaying, therefore your essence is creative by nature. Fourthly, your spirit teachers and spirit guides relay, your current Here and Now thought patterns/thinking need to align with your desired outcome(s) via your own Free Will. Fifthly, when your thoughts equal your inner desire(s), allow your self/your spirit to feel them, if not, become them, via Free Will. Sixth, your spirit guides and spirit teachers relay, consider choosing to take action via your Free Will thoughts, which, align with your desired outcome(s). Seventh, your spirit guides and spirit teachers remind you, this, like any possibility(ies), this too is to learn from, in order to "abide" within the Creator's light. Your spirit guides and spirit teachers continue by relaying, therefore, consider placing gratitude forward to the Creator; the God of your understanding. Your spirit guides and 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. You may write your questions to Dennis for consideration to use in the local Penny Saver: or go to his Web Site at: and send him an e-mail directly from there specifying you are requesting Dennis in ALL CASES 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.

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Beer History - Facts & Trivia

Before thermometers were invented, brewers would dip a thumb or finger into the mix to find the right temperature for adding yeast. Too cold, and the yeast wouldn't grow. Too hot, and the yeast would die. This thumb in the beer is where "rule of thumb" comes from. After consuming a bucket or two of vibrant brew they called aul, or ale, the Vikings would head fearlessly into battle, often without armor or even shirts. In fact, "berserk" means "bare shirt" in Norse, and eventually took on the meaning of their wild battles. In 1963, Jim Whitaker became the first American to reach the summit of Mt. Everest. A can of Seattle's own Rainier Beer made the ascent with him. The term 'toddlers' originated in England. There were impurities in the drinking water that disallowed the water to be used for drinking. A common alternative drink was beer (it was cheap, plentiful and the water used to make it was treated during the initial boiling during brewing). Toddlers, just weaning off of mothers milk were unaccustomed to the effects of beer. This coupled with the fact that they were just learning how to walk really made them toddle. Pabst Beer is now called Pabst Blue Ribbon beer because it was the first beer to win a blue ribbon at the Chicago World's Fair in 1893.

DUNKIRK Story Time & Craft at the Dunkirk Public Library - Tuesdays & Thursdays 10:30 - 11:00. Children ages 2-5 years old can listen to stories and make a craft. After story time we have computers, puzzles, coloring and a dollhouse for educational play! No registration necessary. Just drop in. For more information call 366-2511.

GOWANDA The library hours is open Monday thru Friday 1:30 P.M. - 6:30 P.M. and Saturday 10-2. January 14, movie matinee at 12:00pm; free admission and refreshments (Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children) January 16, The Library will CLOSED in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day January 21, Painting class @ 10:30am registration required January 23, Board of Trustees monthly meeting, 6:30pm January 24, craft activity (pompom bears) , 4:30pm January 28, craft activity; Lighted winter jars @12:00pm ages 12 + Any questions? Call 716-532-3451

COLLINS The Library will be CLOSED on Monday, January 16 for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Thursday, January 19, 5:30 p.m. - Family Movie Night. Animated film starring: Ellen DeGeneres, Albert Brooks, Ed O’Neill. Monday, January 23, 11:00 a.m. - Book Club. We will be discussing Alexander McCall Smith’s “The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency”. All are welcome. Call thelibrary to sign up. We have a communmity room that is available for community groups. Call for availability. 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.

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People frequently refer to the month of August as "the dog days of summer." The dog days of summer get their name from the star Sirius, commonly known as the "Dog Star." In ancient times, when artificial lights did not obscure the stars, people looked to the sky as a source of inspiration and answers to questions. Groupings of stars known as "constellations" were used to tell stories, and these stories were part of ancient folklore. One constellation prominent during the summer months is Canis Major, which includes a bright star named "Sirius." Ancient peoples surmised that this star's brightness warmed the Earth, not unlike the sun. In addition, Sirius rises and sets in conjunction with the sun in the summer. It was believed that Sirius added even more heat to the sun, creating the humid and especially hot days of summer. This time on the calendar was thusly named the dog days of summer.

Sea Scorpion (Eurypterus Remipes)

A prehistoric sea scorpion, it was designated the official state fossil of New York in 1984. Eurypterus Remipes is an extinct relative of the modern king crab and sea scorpion. This creature lived over 400 million years ago during the Silurian Age and crawled along the bottom of the shallow, brackish sea then covering much of what is now New York state. Eurypterids are very rare fossils worldwide - New York State is one of only a few places in the world where euryterids can be commonly found.

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User-settable mechanical alarm clocks date back at least to 15th-century Europe. The French inventor Antoine Redier was the first to patent an adjustable mechanical alarm clock, in 1847. Alarm clocks, like almost all other consumer goods in the United States, ceased production in the spring of 1942, as the factories which made them were converted over to war work during World War II, but they were one of the first consumer items to resume manufacture for civilian use, in November 1944. The first radio alarm clock was invented by James F. Reynolds, in the 1940s and another design was also invented by Paul L. Schroth Sr.

FOR A HEALTHIER YOU... Free Healthy Cooking Class, Tuesdays, 7 p.m., Seventh Day Adventist Church, 130 McDaniel Ave., Jamestown. Free child care. If you have any questions, call 397-6361. Overeaters Anonymous, weekly meetings Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m., Harvest Chapel Church Library, 39 Matteson St., Fredonia. Call Vicki at 672-2625 for more information. Reformers Unanimous, a nationwide, Biblebased addictions program. Smoking, weight, drugs, alcohol +. Friday nights, 7 p.m., Open Door Baptist Church, 3576 Luce Rd., just off Rt. 60, Cassadaga. Questions or information 595-2535. Overeaters Anonymous, weekly Friday meetings at 3:30, Steger Apartments Library, 15 N. Main St., Dunkirk. Call Vicki 672-2625. TOPS- Take Off Pounds Sensibly NY Chapter 1094 meets every Thursday at the Fellowship Church Hall, 148 Main St., Brocton. Handicap accessible and ample parking. Weigh-ins 5 p.m.5:30 p.m. Informational and weight loss support meeting follows. For more info. call Becky at 3660090 or Shirley at 792-4464. TOPS- NY Chapter 176 meets every Wednesday at St. Joseph’s Hall, Fredonia. Weigh-ins, 5 to 5:30 p.m. TOPS Chapter #NY610- Take Off Pounds Sensibly. Meets every Wednesday at 9:00 a.m. at Free Library, Main St., Sinclairville. 962-3312 or 595-3340. TOPS #890 meets every Wednesday at the First United Church, Park Place, Silver Creek. Weigh-ins between 9:00-9:30 a.m. Meetings start at 9:30 a.m. Visitors and new members always welcome. Please use Main St. entrance. TOPS- Chapter #1230 Take Off Pounds Sensibly. Meets every Tuesday at 9:00 a.m. at the Holy Cross Lutheran Church on Church St., Farnham.


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2016 DODGE CHARGER SXT

FP0691: Red, 14,527 Miles

24,990

$

2016 DODGE GR. CARAVAN SXT FP0732: Silver, 30,211 Miles

19,800

$

2016 JEEP CHEROKEE LATITUDE FP0613: White, 7,478 Miles

19,995

$

2016 JEEP COMPASS

FP0671: White, 15,355 Miles

14,900

$

2016 JEEP PATRIOT

FP0672: Black, 19,924 Miles

15,900

$

2015 CHRYSLER 200 S

FP0388: Black, 17,774 Miles

17,995

$

2015 JEEP GR. CHEROKEE LIMITED FP0725: White, 16,891 Miles

31,900

$

2015 RAM 1500 SLT

FP0694: Black, 8,869 Miles

28,900

$

2014 FORD EDGE SEL A41160: Gray, 46,651 Miles

18,995

$

2014 RAM 1500 EXPRESS FP0709: Gray, 29,608 Miles

26,900

$

2012 CHEVROLET EQUINOX LS F1249A: Gray, 73,348 Miles

10,695

$

2011 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 1500 LT 238092: White, 83,513 Miles $

18,900

2016 DODGE DURANGO LIMITED

2016 DODGE DURANGO LIMITED

FP0683: Gray, 20,524 Miles

397798: Silver, 13,805 Miles

34,900

$

2016 DODGE GR. CARAVAN SXT 17,900

19,900

23,900 2016 JEEP COMPASS

614449: Dark Blue, 25,646 Miles $

16,900

2016 JEEP WRANGLER RUBICON FP0750: Black, 10,106 Miles

38,788

$

2015 CHRYSLER 200 C

FP0683A: Black, 31,860 Miles

17,500

$

2015 JEEP PATRIOT SPORT FP0733: Blue, 28,783 Miles

14,900

$

2015 RAM PROMASTER CITY F1556A: Blue, 16,171 Miles

18,900

$

2014 JEEP CHEROKEE TRAILHAWK F1329A: Orange, 31,062 Miles

24,995

$

2013 CHEVROLET MALIBU LT 124503: White, 84,681 Miles

10,500

$

2012 CHEVROLET TRAVERSE LT F0519A: Gold, 40,592 Miles

18,995

$

20111 JEEP GR. CHEROKEE LAREDO F1409A: Gray, 44,699 Miles

18,995

$

FP0743: Gray, 22,331 Miles

18,900

$

2016 JEEP CHEROKEE LATITUDE FP0753: White, 11,782 Miles

$

2016 JEEP CHEROKEE LATITUDE FP0752: White, 5,644 Miles

19,900

$

$

2016 JEEP COMPASS SPORT

FP0738: Blue, 14,754 Miles

16,900

17,900

$

$

2016 RAM 1500 SLT

2016 RAM 1500 EXPRESS

FP0741: Red, 18,237 Miles

FP0656: Black, 1,078 Miles

26,900

31,900

$

601716: Silver, 10,455 Miles

28,500

$

2015 DODGE DART SXT

FP0589: Dark Blue, 20,568 Miles

11,995

$

2015 JEEP RENEGADE SPORT FP0369: Green, 12,207 Miles

$

2015 JEEP RENEGADE TRAILHAWK F1506A: Red, 6,369 Miles

16,995

$

2014 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 1500 LT F1435A: Brown, 15,041 Miles $

$

F1300A: Gray, 32,132 Miles

$

23,995

22,900

2014 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 1500 LT F1536A: Gray, 63,729 Miles

29,999

2014 JEEP GR. CHEROKEE LAREDO

24,995

$

2014 JEEP GR. CHEROKEE LIMITED

309394: Dark Red, 67,373 Miles

2013 CHRYSLER 200 LX

F0324A: Black, 35,074 Miles

11,995

$

2012 DODGE CHALLENGER

FP0710: Orange, 15,256 Miles

20,900

$

24,900

$

2013 CHRYSLER 300

F1324A: Black, 44,579 Miles

19,600

$

2012 DODGE GR. CARAVAN CREW+ FP0587A: White, 69,000 Miles

679010: Dark Red, 61,427 Miles

17,995

13,900

$

2011 JEEP GR. CHEROKEE LAREDO $

19,900

2016 JEEP COMPASS SPORT

FP0697: White, 22,834 Miles

2015 CHRYSLER 200c C

23,500

2016 DODGE GR. CARAVAN SXT

FP0736: Gray, 9,914 Miles

$

$

$

2016 DODGE GR. CARAVAN SXT

FP0742: Gray, 28,410 Miles

FP0759: Gray, 15,986 Miles

FP0718: White, 21,393 Miles

34,900

$

2016 JEEP CHEROKEE LIMITED

2016 DODGE GR. CARAVAN SXT

2016 DODGE GR. CARAVAN SXT FP0717: Gray, 25,081 Miles

21,900

17,900

2016 DODGE JOURNEY SXT

FP0757: Gray, 28,197 Miles

18,900

$

$

2016 JEEP CHEROKEE LIMITED

FP0679: Black, 16,366 Miles

18,900

23,900

17,900 2016 JEEP COMPASS

2016 JEEP COMPASS SPORT

$

$

14,900

2016 JEEP COMPASS SPORT FP0688: Gray, 11,863 Miles

14,900

$

2016 RAM 1500 LARAMIE

FP0484: Blue, 7,924 Miles

37,900

19,995

$

2015 DODGE GR. CARAVAN SXT

2015 JEEP CHEROKEE SPORT

FP0410: Gray, 11,693 Miles

18,900

$

$

2015 JEEP RENEGADE LATITUDE

FP0760: White, 16,265 Miles

18,900

$

2015 JEEP RENEGADE SPORT

F1579A: Red, 1,611 Miles

14,900

$

2014 CHEVROLET SONIC LT

FP0748: Black, 24,291 Miles

18,900

23,988

2014 CHEVROLET TRAVERSE LT

F1147A: Red, 4,303 Miles

F1406A: Gray, 71,648 Miles

11,900

17,995

27,250

$

2013 DODGE AVENGER SXT 11,995

24,900

11,400

2013 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER SE F0703A: Gray, 28,570 Miles

13,995

24,900

2012 JEEP PATRIOT SPORT

F1538A: Silver, 71,515 Miles

17,799

F0827A: Black, 50,747 Miles

12,995

$

11,500

$

2009 DODGE AVENGER SXT

F0650A: Dark Red, 51,906 Miles

8,900

$

$

2009 GMC ENVOY

F1501B: White, 69,442 Miles

10,995

$

17,500

2015 JEEP GR. CHEROKEE LAREDO FP0422: Gray, 18,726 Miles

26,995

$

2015 LINCOLN MKZ

FT1333A: Dark Red, 14,613 Miles

21,900

F0512A: Silver, 63,310 Miles

13,995

$

2014 NISSAN VERSA SV

F1060M: Blue, 31,355 Miles

10,900

$

2012 CHEVROLET CRUZE LT

F0675A: Dark Blue, 59,553 Miles

8,900

$

2012 JEEP LIBERTY LATITUDE

178374: Light Blue, 49,490 Miles

$

$

$

2012 JEEP LIBERTY SPORT

FP0483: Silver, 5,190 Miles

2014 DODGE JOURNEY SXT

FP0454A: Black, 34,017 Miles

F0461A: Dark Red, 67,701 Miles

$

2015 CHRYSLER 200

2014 CHRYSLER 300 S

2014 NISSAN SENTRA SV

2013 NISSAN ROGUE S

F0573A: Light Blue, 46,065 Miles

41,900

$

$

20,995

FP0751: Black, 27,248 Miles

$

FP0654: White, 718 Miles

$

2014 JEEP GR. CHEROKEE LAREDO

F0902A: Dark Red, 39,032 Miles

2016 JEEP GR. CHEROKEE OVERLAND

$

FP0503: Black, 20,023 Miles

$

2014 JEEP GR. CHEROKEE LIMITED

17,995

2015 JEEP WRANGLER SPORT

F1381A: Tan, 3,373 Miles

$

16,900

$

2015 DODGE JOURNEY SE

FP0477: White, 32,575 Miles

16,900

2015 CHRYSLER 200 S

397512: Red, 5,801 Miles

31,900

2016 JEEP COMPASS

$

$

$

19,995

$

$

FP0676: Gray, 18,406 Miles

FP0657: Silver, 90 Miles

FP0647: Blue, 15,742 Miles

FP0677: Gray, 19,324 Miles

FP0698: Gray, 20,221 Miles

2016 RAM 1500

2016 JEEP CHEROKEE LATITUDE

FP0617: Gray, 11,661 Miles

2016 JEEP COMPASS

16,995

18,900

$

FP0761: Gray, 12,469 Miles

19,900

$

FP0744: White, 26,360 Miles

$

2016 JEEP CHEROKEE LATITUDE

FP0758: Gray, 9,391 Miles

25,500

18,900

2016 DODGE GR. CARAVAN SXT

$

2016 DODGE GR. CARAVAN SXT

FP0756: Blue, 28,870 Miles

F1397B: Red, 46,043 Miles

FP0740: Blue, 21,031 Miles

$

2016 DODGE GR. CARAVAN SXT

$

2016 DODGE GR. CARAVAN SXT

FP0745: Red, 29,139 Miles

$

2010 DODGE CHALLENGER SRT8 $

2016 DODGE GR. CARAVAN SXT

$

2012 RAM 1500 BIG HORN

FP0266A: Dark Red, 40,330 Miles

25,500

$

2007 JEEP PATRIOT LIMITED

F1492M: Dark Red, 87,293 Miles

7,400

$

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Fredonia, Dunkirk, Westfield 1-15-17 Penny Saver  

Fredonia, Dunkirk, Westfield, NY 1-15-17 Edition Penny Saver

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