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Volume 12 ~ Issue 22

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Girls Getaway Weekend

E’Ville On The Move Expanding Businesses in the Village

Revamped Event Takes Place Next Weekend

5 E. Washington St. ~ 699-1226 NICK KODY

Saturday, June 10th, 8PM

7 Monroe Street ~ 699-2199 KEITH JAMES

Saturday, May 27th, 7:30PM

By Kerra Trivieri 36 Washington St. ~ 699-4455 DJ SHANE O’MACK & DJ SWIFT

Fri. May 26th & Sat. May 27th, 10PM

20 Monroe Street ~ 699-4162 BLEEDING HEARTS

Friday, May 26th, 7PM

Ladies from all over Western New York are invited to spend a weekend of pampering, relaxation, and recreation in and around the village of Ellicottville. Girls Getaway Weekend will kick off on Friday, June 2 and continue through Saturday, June 3 with multitudinous activities throughout both days. “Originally, the event started in 2007 and ran until 2011,” said Ellicottville Chamber

of Commerce Membership and Events Manager Barb Pump. “It was created to focus on women’s issues, activities, and interests.” Revamped and back in Ellicottville, this year’s Getaway will begin with a welcome reception at EllicottVillas, located on Route 242 East. The reception will include hors d’oeuvres and wine and beer tastings as well as a gift bag to start the weekend off right. Saturday will commence with the “Best of Essential Oils,” before a delicious brunch with mimosas at Finnerty’s Tap Room. “The Best of Essential Oils” will be an informative class with the ability to do a ‘make and take,’ Pump said. “The See “GIRLS” Page 7

By Chad Neal As stated in many articles in the Villager newspaper, Ellicottville is ever evolving. Change is constant in this little resort burg and it has been documented to the fullest in the Villager. Three new changes are transpiring now in the village and involve some of the key players in the commerce we share in Ellicottville. Katy’s Cafe is moving down the street, The Law Offices of John C. Nelson are also moving to a new location and an addition to Adventure Bound onthefly has appeared. The Villager has caught up with these businesses and got the low down on the changes. John Nelson answered some questions about his growth and move to his new location on Washington St. in the Ellicottville

Wounded Warriors


Saturday, May 27th, 6PM

2017 Wounded Warriors Kayak and Canoe Regatta Portville

20 Washington Street ~ 699-2530 JOSEPH & JOHNSON

Thursday, May 25th, 8PM 2 GUYS DRINKING BEER Friday, May 26th, 9PM BIG SAUCE TRIO

Saturday, May 27th, 9PM

On Saturday June 3 from 10-4pm, Portville American Legion Post 814 is sponsoring the Wounded Warriors Kayak and Canoe Regatta


Tuesday, May 30th, 7PM

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1,761 Miles To Another Amazing World

By Carol Fisher, This writer is not a world traveler; not even much of United States traveler compared to some. So, it was quite a delight to be invited to spend five days in Santé Fe, New Mexico with my co-workers, Laura Solly the owner of daff and Arlee Solly, the owner of Kazoo II. Our merry band of six did a good amount of frenetic shopping at the street vendor markets populated by Native artisans seated on the ground and bundled up in their beautiful native designed blankets against the cold and brutal wind.

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Ellicottville Central Spring Sport Banquet New Time 6pm

ECS Spring Sports Banquet is scheduled for June 5, 2017 at 6pm., at Holiday Valley’s Main Lodge. All student-athletes and guests will need to make reservations and get tickets to attend the Banquet. Reservations are required! Those reservations are to be made no later than Thursday, June 1. Student-athletes are free, compliments of the Sports Boosters Club! For Parents and other family member’s the cost is $12. Attendee’s are asked to remain for the entire program and to be courteous to all of our sport teams and players.......

beginning at the Ceres Bridge and ending at Steam Valley. There will be 50/50s and a dice run during the Regatta. Tickets are available at the American Legion from 3pm to close daily. Raffle on May 31: They are raffling off 2 kayaks this year- $5 per chance or $10 for 3 chances. The raffle will be held May 31, 2017. Benefits the L.E.E.K. Foundation: Last year $2500 was raised for the L.E.E.K. foundation and they are hoping to be able to donate the same! Everyone is responsible for their own kayaks.  There are a small number of kayaks that can be borrowed from the school, however you must arrange to borrow yourself and are responsible for bringing back with no damages.

Inn building, utilizing space in the old restaurant area: The Villager (V): What made you decide to move? John Nelson (JN): When I started my own firm four years ago, it was just me renting a small desk from Kathleen (Moriarity) next door. Within a few weeks, I had a parttime assistant and within a few months I needed more space. I’m now at 4.5 employees and myself. We are bursting at the seems in the space we’re at now. V: Who else if anyone is involved in your move? JN: Josh Zolner from Apex Construction has been instrumental in the move. He has been more than accommodating and sees the vision I have for my space. So many See “MOVE” Page 7

Fall Festival Discussed

E’ville’s Oldest & Largest Festival to See Small Changes

Ellicottville, NY – Recently the Chamber of Commerce staff and Board of Directors met with members regarding the Fall Festival and how to keep the event moving forward on a positive note. This year there will be increased emphasis on quality versus quantity in terms of merchandise and food vendors. Overall, there will be

DEC Plan Gets Support Citizens Turn Out to Support Wildlife Habitat

fewer vendors and they must have a physical product to sell. (No more cell companies selling contracts etc.) Merchandise vendors must include photos of their products and their booth, while food vendors will be contacted to discuss their menus. In both cases, booth appearance will See “FALL” Page 7

Hollywood Happening

Annual Event by Gowanda Harley Davidson

Story by John Thomas; Staff Writer Wildlife Habitat A number of citizens attended the Town Board meeting last week regarding the DEC plan to establish a Wildlife Management Area on Poverty Hill Road. Each person there expressed support for the proposal. The plan is to set aside 379 acres of land on Poverty Hill, but the majority of the habitat would be in Mansfield. Kenneth Baginski and Emilio Rende from the DEC presented the proposal to the Town Board last month. Village Trustee Patra Lowes said she was “very excited” regarding the habitat, and wanted to see the project move forward. Grace Kell who lives on Poverty Hill said the area is zoned low density and said, “this is the complete definition of what low density means, and it’s something we should all really want.” Dan Minner lives at the end of Lindberg and added, “It’s a really beautiful area. I see all kinds of wildlife there.” Another woman said it would be a benefit for a healthy community; it would “look good on us.” Jodie Timkey said she “would love to see this project.” There was some question as to why more information wasn’t released to the public before or after last month’s board meeting. Matt McAndrew explained saying prior to last month (April) he had received a request from the DEC to make a presentation to the See “BOARD” Page 7

Chance to win a 2017 Harley Davidson Low Rider

On Friday June 2nd to June 4th, Gowanda Harley Davidson is sponsoring 1 Wheel Revolution again this year. If you didn’t catch them last year, then be sure to catch this motorcycle stunt show involving H-D bikes right on Center St., downtown Gowanda. In Jest with Nels Ross will be at this year’s event with a brand new Oddball show in the Theater on Saturday and Sunday. They will have the crowdfavorite Wicked Glenn Tattoo Contest on the Main Stage and the Hollywood Theater/ J.C. Seneca Foundation Charity Ride and Ride-in-Bike Show sponsored this year by Snyder-Farey Allstate Insurance Agency. Gowanda Harley Davidson will have the H-D ® Demo Fleet at the shop.  And of course they have the Beer and Bands. There is See “HARLEY” Page 3

Ellicottville Girl’s Getaway Weekend : June 2nd & 3rd, 2017 : Ellicottville NY

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Don’t you just love national holidays? A threeday weekend this time of year means finally getting around to planting some

posies, enjoying a barbeque on the deck, and having a little down-time to relax with the family. While you’re out there enjoying some sunshine and barbeque chicken, keep in mind we owe our pre-summer break to the thousands of men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. I speak, of course, of those who have perished while serving in the armed forces. If you really think about it, Memorial Day will be a somber day for the many families who have lost loved ones ensuring our country’s

liberty. And for the over 8,000 veterans still living in Cattaraugus County, this is a time for remembrance of the friends lost who served alongside them; those who literally “gave their all.” So, dear readers, by all means, enjoy this wonderful weekend to its fullest. Just make sure you remember – even briefly – why you’re able to live in such a wonderful place at such a wonderful time. It’s all about freedom and it’s about those who contributed to this end in the most honorable of ways. Until next week … JZ-C

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Ellicottville Food Pantry Donations Needed - Collections From This Week

Please donate your deposit paid cans, bottles and plastic containers to help Ellicottville Public Charities support The Ellicottville Food Pantry and others from Cattaraugus County. Just call Sherman 716-912-8306 or drop them off at 21 Madison Street in Ellicottville. Collected this week 986 - Year to date 24,754

Memorial Day in EVL! Have a Safe & Happy Memorial Day Weekend!

The Memorial Day Parade will start at 10:30am and the Memorial Day Dedication will begin at 11am at the Town and Village Hall Lawn.

Happy 60th Birthday Happy 60th Birthday to Mary Martha Cerniglia, this Friday May 26th! From the Gado Girls & Nature Girls

“ Spirit of Sarah Scholarship”

The Sarah Burke Foundation & Momentum Camps award Bella Bacon

Whistler, BC. After much deliberation, the 2017 ‘Spirit of Sarah Scholarship’ has been awarded to Bella Bacon -13 years old from Ellicottville, NY. She will enjoy a Free Full Package Ski Camp with Momentum this summer in Whistler, BC worth over $2600, where she will be trained and mentored by Olympians and X-Games competitors. Bella is the 6th girl to receive the scholarship since Sarah passed away in 2012. Bella says she’s “so excited to

experience the atmosphere at Momentum and learn from the best coaches.” The judging panel, which includes Sarah’s mother Jan Phelan, Sarah’s husband Rory Bushfield, National Team Halfpipe Head Coach Trennon Paynter and Camp Director John Smart were impressed with Bella’s independent, driven and yet humble approach to skiing. Bella informed us that she is getting ready for camp by playing soccer to stay fit and practicing on her backyard

rail set up, which she paid for and built herself in order to progress her rail skills. Camp Director John Smart says, “Bella shows great talent, dedication and the guts to send it. She also has a quiet demeanor and modesty that her talent hides behind.” Rory Bushfield also added, “Bella is a rad skier. She seems very sweet and I believe she has a bright future.” The ‘Spirit of Sarah Scholarship’ was created in honour and memory of long time coach and former camper Sarah Burke, who died in a tragic ski accident in 2012. One of the causes dear to Sarah’s heart was encouraging young girls to follow their dreams and believe in their skiing abilities. She inspired so many young women through her incredible skiing talent and strength, but more importantly through her demonstration of modesty, kindness and her wonderful approach to life. Sarah was a camper with Momentum for 4 years and a coach for 11 years.

Memorial Day Ceremony

Memorial Day Ceremony—Citizens Advocating Memorial Preservation (C.A.M.P.) will hold a brief Memorial Day Ceremony at the Cattaraugus County Memorial and Historical Building located at the corner of Court and 7th Streets in the Village of Little Valley, NY. CAMP is the 501 c 3 non-profit organization which has been working for three years to save and restore this Cattaraugus County owned Memorial to its Civil War Veterans. The Ceremony will be on Monday May 29, 2017 at 9:00 am before the annual Little Valley Memorial Day Parade and Cemetery Ceremony. Everyone is invited to attend both events to honor America’s Veterans.

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Student Spring Banquet

Ellicottville Central Spring Sport Banquet New Time 6pm

ECS Spring Sports Banquet is scheduled for June 5, 2017 at 6pm., at Holiday Valley’s Main Lodge. All studentathletes and guests will need to make reservations and get tickets to attend the Banquet. Reservations are required! Those reservations are to be made no later than Thursday, June 1. Student-athletes are free, compliments of the Sports Boosters Club! For Parents and other family member’s the cost is $12. Attendee’s are asked to remain for the entire program and to be courteous to all of our sport teams and players.

Everyone is encouraged to dress neatly. We encourage all of our senior studentathletes to be in attendance. In addition to Spring Sports awards, the final Athletic Banquet for 2016-2017 school year will award the Male & Female: “Most Valuable Athlete”, “Most Improved Athlete”, and the “Heart & Hustle” 2 – Coaches “Eagle Pride” Awards, in addition, The “Bud Krause” – Football Award, and two Memorial Awards – The Dana Stark “For the Love of the Game” and the Kristen Hintz – “Heart of a Warrior” awards.

The ECS school community would like to thank Holiday Valley and their staff for supporting ECS athletics; being a major sponsor of our annual Basketball Holiday Tournament and once again for hosting and catering this year’s Spring Athletic Banquet. The Board of Education, Administration, Coaches and Community members are exceptionally proud of the dedication, character and sportsmanship that all of our student-athletes demonstrate at our competitions. Congratulations to all ECS teams!!

Horseradish Festival

2017 Hinsdale Horseradish Festival June 3 at Hinsdale Memorial Park

Not only will you find everything horseradish, you’ll find vendors with wine, craft beer, pottery, handmade jewelry, furniture, handmade soaps, country crafts, candles, paintings and more! The festival will be held June 3, 2017, at the Hinsdale Memorial Park, at 1547 Gile Hollow Road in the Town of Hinsdale.  The venue is

ideal! The park is located only one-half mile south of I-86, directly off of Route 16. It’s an easy drive from anywhere in western NY or northern PA. For those of you who are unfamiliar with our festival you may ask “Why a Horseradish Festival? Why Hinsdale”? Well, Cuba has their Garlic Festival, Franklinville has their Maple Festival, Bradford

has their Stink Fest and Olean well there is always something going on in Olean (except for that 1st weekend in June)… and we wanted Hinsdale to be remembered for something. Besides, in the early 1900’s, horseradish really was a “hot commodity” in Hinsdale. Maude Bell and her family grew horseradish right here along the banks of the Ischua Creek and hauled it by horse and buggy to the market in Olean. Here is the schedule: Saturday June 3rd- 11am1pm: TBA. 1:30-4:30pm: Diggin Roots Band (All WNY Music Award-won second place in the Best Blues Band/ Act category). 5:30-8pm: Nick Kody and the Creek Road Band For more information, you can find the event on facebook.

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Hometown Showcase featuring local up-andcomers. On Friday night come hear local favorites Turbulence. Saturday will feature Mid Life Crisis and the Boogie Monsters, and Saturday night, Wolf’s Run is proud to bring back legendary Lynyrd Skynyrd drummer Artimus Pyle and the music he helped make famous. On Sunday thy have the acoustic phenoms Darkwater Duo and finishing out the weekend, hear Wasted Whiskey pushing the boundaries of Country music. The Rides:  Join in Friday evening, June 2 to kick off this year’s Hollywood Happening with the annual bike parade. Be one of many who take part in this event annually. Line up will start about 6:30pm at the Gowanda Harley-Davidson shop on Zoar Valley Rd.

The parade will leave about 7pm and finish in downtown Gowanda in time for the Opening Ceremonies. The event continues the partnership of the JC Seneca Foundation with the Hollywood Theater to put on a great charity ride this year on Saturday June 3rd. Registration is from 9am-Noon  at Native Pride in  Irving NY. Kick off will be at Noon.  Join the ride and wind through Western NY stopping at the Armor Inn in Hamburg and ending at the Happening at about 3pm. Proceeds will go equally to the Hollywood Theater and the JC Seneca Foundation. Expect a great ride. A donation of $20 per bike will be collected at registration. For more information on this event please visit www.gowa ndahollywoodhappening. com.

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something for everyone. 1 Wheel Revolution: This year Gowanda will play host to an eye-catching, professional rider, narrated, V-twin stunt show that will boggle the mind. Come down and see this Montanabased group perform all sorts of tricks on Harley Davidson motorcycles. They will be joining the Bike Parade on Friday and performing 3 shows a day on both Saturday and Sunday right on Center St. You can even join them on a short bike run around the area at 4pm on Sunday June 5. The Music:  They have an exciting lineup again this year with a variety of music for everyone. Friday afternoon is the annual

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1,761 Miles To Another Amazing World By Carol Fisher This writer is not a world traveler; not even much of United States traveler compared to some. So, it was quite a delight to be invited to spend five days in Santé Fe, New Mexico with my co-workers, Laura Solly the owner of daff and Arlee Solly, the owner of Kazoo II. Never having been to the desert, it was quite an eye opener to discover a world so dramatically different, almost opposed to our world here in the northeastern part of the US, where everything in May is green, wet, and lush. It was almost as if we were in another country. Not only because of the dry, desert terrain, but because of the people, the culture, and the architecture. Pictures cannot tell the full story of the row upon row of tiny adobe homes tucked into the dry, red and brown landscape. These homes melt into the landscape unless you purposely seek them out. Even those homes which are more elaborate, carrying two stories on their adobe backs, blend right in. It’s as if they are saying, “we seek anonymity, and an escape from the glaring spotlight of city living, where mansions and unique dwellings are a way of calling attention to our prosperity and/or fame. You really have to see these with your own eyes. Although our merry band of six did a good amount of frenetic shopping at the street vendor markets populated by Native artisans seated on the ground and bundled up in their beautiful native designed blankets against the cold and brutal wind, we still felt a sense of calm and spirituality, undoubtedly conveyed by these, mostly ancient, artisans. Their wares were exquisite: silver and turquoise, brass, stitchery and pottery were offered at every tiny blanket covered floor spots. Their

calm, subdued, almost indifferent demeanor was curious, compared to that of vendors at stalls found at our own fairs. With some, we had to cross a language barrier as we gently bartered for the best price. Moving away from the Native American Market, Arleen and Laura led us to store after store, museum after museum, artisans’ homes/shops, introducing us to more art than we could ever imagine in one geographic region. Faith is a big deal in this region. Our Lady of Guadalupe appears at every turn, just as she did to Juan Diego in 1531 creating a miracle which was instrumental in converting many to the Roman Catholic religion. Juan’s robe is still, all these years later, safely kept at the church in Guadalupe, revealing an image of Mary, which she impressed upon his robe to convince the Bishop that she appeared to Juan, now Saint Juan Diego. On the road, our first stop was a remote adobe church that looked over a cemetery which would make Father Ron at Holy Name of Mary gasp. It was filled with headstones guarded by elaborate fences, photos, flowers, memorabilia, and a small replica of the church itself. We were fortunate to have a native man stop to speak to us. He informed us that a man whose mother was dedicated to all things church, copied the church exactly in miniature, and created an eternal resting place for her within that cemetery, 200 feet from the mother church. Further up the road, we passed a wildly running stream. Laura made a quick turnaround for us to admire it as water is rare, and the stream a gift from the surfeit of snows on the high Sangre de Cristo mountains toward which we were heading, with the hopes

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of getting to Taos. Imagine turning around to admire the streams and waterways that we take for granted here in our lush environment. This high road, very desolate, very brown, with low brush and scrub dotting the rock and sand, led us to a Mission in Chimayo. This Mission is the destination of thousands of pilgrims who work their way up the mountain, some for weeks, on foot, babies and ancients, some carrying life sized crosses, statues and religious artifacts, to leave on high mountain tops or carry to Chimayo to ask for blessings or healing. Crutches line the walls of one of the rooms while fences, trees, posts, or anything that one can attach a cross, heart, rosary or other emblem of hope, faith, or gratitude are literally filled. A side room has a well filled with “holy dirt,” which believers scoop up and bless themselves with, taking more to share with loved ones. Bottom line, although we adore our beloved EVL, we are hardly not the center of the earth, as we like to believe we are. We are totally blessed with an abundance of nature which God/Mother Earth has provided for our pleasure and our wealth. We offer a diverse opportunity for entertainment and physical challenges. In this region, we also find a treasure of amazing shops, talented artisans, fine restaurants for almost every taste (but I do so miss the Sopallias with honey, tamales, lemon ricotta pancakes, and, of course, the margaritas). Travel is great, but with a town like Ellicottville, coming home is always extra sweet. As you find yourself moving about this summer, remember that you are always welcome home to our sweet little village and town. Meanwhile, safe travels. I’ll see you again as I look at our wonderful earth from the view from my deck.


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Sean Cornelius, friendly and soft-spoken recently shared with The Villager some of the journey that led to his becoming the successor to Gary Ross, of the Weed Ross Agency. Coming on board in 2014, just two and a half years later on March 16, Sean became the head of the agency that has served Ellicottville, since the fifties. He comes by his chosen profession honestly; his father ran a State Farm office in Kane PA and his grandfather once ran a claims office in McCain County, PA. Sean has a wife, Erin, a psychologist and two sons, Finn –age 2, and Harrisonage 5. As a family they all share a love of the outdoor life. Sean even met Erin on Chautauqua Lake in 2007. Sean’s father and he were racing their sailboat when they flipped over. They were rescued and towed in, by his wife to be! Not your average “first date,” but coincidentally, they were

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the legacy of longevity that being “Ellicottville’s Insurance Agency” has meant to so many, for so long! In fact, no other agency has continuously served EVL, generationally speaking! Roseanne has been with Weed Ross since 1974, Kelley for twenty years and Lindsey, ten. Both Roseanne and Lindsey are Evl natives whereas Kelly and Sean, grew up elsewhere. All to create a team uniquely fit to serve the needs of locals as well as newcomers. The Weed Ross office itself has an ethic that matches the sports/fun loving atmosphere of Ellicottville, while their longevity and experience gives them more than ample knowledge to navigate life’s unexpected and sometimes rough water! Sean updated the office to the current level of performing electronic signings for things to a revamp of the “” website. Currently dormant; but look for its expected “re-emergence”, in coming months. Weed Ross also has an active Facebook presence. The staff is small family style, not a corporate image. That said, Sean has a total of eighteen insurance companies, national providers as well as local. This allows him to be able to check on the best rates for his clients across a wide range of products for Auto, Home, See SEAN page 6


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both living in Florida at the time. She in Miami and he in Jacksonville and the rest…well you know… is their story. Even their dog, Bemus (your regular mutttype, named after Bemus Pt.) went primal on a bobcat who happened to drop in, on one of their hikes! The dog successfully fended it off and sent it running for the safety of the woods. Beyonce ( a French bulldog) loves her family. That love of outdoor life is what drew Sean back to Ellicottville. He started carving it up when he was just ten and twelve years old snowboarding in Erie PA. He worked at the first terrain park in Holiday Valley, also at “Mud, Sweat and Gears.” He graduated St. Bonaventure University with a B.A. in Philosophy/ Pre-Law, in 2003. In his twenties he was working as an insurance adjustor in Florida and was assigned to the “State Farm Catastrophe Team”, traveling throughout the country as needed. He has helped homeowners face such losses as hurricanes, tornadoes, severe water damages, snowstorms, hail events and even wildfires. As we now have year round events with more activities and more varied people being drawn to settle here, Sean is wholly appreciative of his very experienced staff and considers them an integral part of being able to continue

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Summer is almost here! Our bodies are ready for new air, new activities, and new emotions. The same way we awake before this season so does nature. Spring and plants have begun to bud and bloom, flowers release their pollen and millions of people are suddenly affected by this change. A common expression of this condition is called hay fever, but the right description for this is Rhinitis. According to herbal expert Steve Horne, Rhinitis is an inflammatory condition that affects the sensitive membranes of the nasal and sinus passages, the eyes and the throat. Allergic Rhinitis may be caused by allergic reactions. There are other causes besides allergies, but whatever the cause, it is not fun to have congested passages. Horne explains that any time the sensitive membranes in your upper respiratory tract are exposed to irritants, inflammation can occur. Tissues swell and mucus is secreted to try to flush the irritation away. He explains that food allergies may play a role as well. Allergic reactions to foods in the intestinal tract will hyper sensitize the immune system and make you more susceptible to respiratory allergies. Common food allergies that may be contributing to rhinitis include wheat, corn, dairy, citrus, eggs, peanut butter, shellfish and soy. Food additives, dyes and preservatives in processed foods may also be a contributing factor. It is always wise to start with an internal cleanse using good quality herbal combinations to support the body in the

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What’s Shakin’ In E’ville: Whether Outside or In, Ellicottville Is the Town to Be In

By MouthSayTongue Things are heating up and the sun’s out a little more; it’s a sure sign of spring when the beer gardens and patios start opening up at our local restaurants. Let’s see who’s going to be playing around town. Starting the weekend on Thursday, as we like to do in E’ville, we find ourselves at The Gin Mill at 9pm for Joseph and Johnson. They play a nice acoustic set of favorites that are good for dancing or singing along. Friday gets rolling at Balloons main stage at 7pm with The Bleeding Hearts. These guys have been together since 1989 and play all around the Western NY and PA area and play everything from the 60’s through today. Dj Excite will follow with music in the sound booth and the


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bartenders will be serving up drinks till 2am. Back over at 20 Washington Street Two Guys Drinking Beer will take the Gin Mill stage at 9pm. While there’s sometimes more than two guys playing with this acoustic group there’s always more than two guys dancing and drinking. We end the evening at Madigans with Dj Shane O’Mack spinning tunes from 10-2am and lot’s of drinks, pool and foosball. Saturday we’re back at Balloons at 6pm where Freightrain will be providing some awesome blues. This band includes some of Buffalo’s finest musicians and they have traveled around the country and abroad. Dj Goodrich will be dishing up some music and patter in the sound booth immediately following to keep the party going. your boats, farms, local retail businesses, restaurants, mechanics’ garages, car washes and Dr.’s offices! With his eye toward longevity, Mr. Cornelius and staff have moved to 4 Monroe Street, to a separate, stand-alone grey house, sporting a new Weed Ross

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Next up we go to Villaggio where Keith James will be performing an acoustic set. Another local musician who plays around the area and will be providing some dinner music. Big Sauce Trio returns to The Gin Mill at 9pm. These guys make a lot of sound for a trio and their bluesy rock sets will have you on your feet dancing the night away. Down the street at Madigans DJ Swift Will kick off at 10pm and keep the music flowing till 2am. The A-Team will be slinging drinks from behind the pine. Wednesday, Wings, Wagner and Winston finish out at The Gin Mill at 8pm playing acoustic favorites and most songs you request and those oh so delicious wings. I like the drums best. Have a great week and always support live music. logo embodying the foothills of the Allegany Mountains. Stop by for a visit! Sean even leaves his cell phone number on the answer machine if you call after hours as he knows from his previous life as an insurance adjuster that claims do not just happen during business hours.

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Girls Cont. From Cover women will also have an opportunity to learn how to make different cocktails later on like a Grapefruit Champagne Mojito and a French Pear Martini.” Other perks that are included in the weekend package are yoga classes,


Cont. From Cover contractors have always done it one way for so long they can’t break out of the way they’ve always done it. When he’s done, the space is going to be too cool for a law office. (lol) My wife, Sam is also involved in the move. She has to watch me stress about the building issues and deal with double costs for a few months. She always brings me back to reality on everything. Aaron Tiller from MDA Consulting Engineers has been very helpful with working with the Village. The Village has been very responsive and receptive to what I want to do. It probably helps that I’m not putting in a fourth floor adult bookstore and swingers club. (lol) V: What is your law office about? What are your specialties? JN: Well, there’s a ridiculous rule we aren’t allowed to call ourselves specialists, but So, I eSPECIALly focus in vehicle related offenses, DWI, Traffic, etc. Recently, I’ve moved back into civil litigation too. I’m very blessed to have a great staff; both of my legal assistants, Hayley and Chelsye have Bachelor’s Degrees in Criminal Justice. It helps to have those backgrounds when evaluating cases. My new attorney Stephanie Hale worked on Innocence Project type cases, so she brings that experience to the table. Anyway, so we’re very excited about the move. Of course Kathleen Moriarity has been a great landlord and neighbor, and we’ll miss working right next door to her office, but the growth requires us to move. And if I’m ever lucky enough to stop being


Cont. From Cover be taken into consideration. Better emergency vehicle and pedestrian traffic flows and reduction of vendor parking in the village will also be a priority. While security within the Village has improved over recent years, concerns were raised regarding stricter enforcement of open containers and increased street patrols in the surrounding residential area. These issues will be brought to the attention of the Ellicottville Police Department. TheFallFestival,Ellicottville’s oldest and largest event is


Cont. From Cover board. But then he heard nothing until the gentleman showed up at the April board meeting. He went on to explain a few details about the habitat. It does not include cutting trails into the woods, and the existing trails and ski runs would not be maintained. Although the area would be designated a Wildlife Refuge, hunting and trapping would be allowed. The land would be open to the public for hiking, and no motorized vehicles would be allowed. Mark Alianello said the state would manage the

shopping specials, karaoke at Madagan’s, Sky High and much more. Girls Getaway Weekend will be a great way to get together with girlfriends and do some exciting activities around good company. “We are still looking to accomplish the same goals as in previous years,” added Pump. “We want women to come and participate, engage, educate, have fun, and create memories.”

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a lawyer, Sam and I have a really great secret idea for the space that will be great for the town. And I promise, it doesn’t involve a fourth floor or an adult bookstore. Adventure Bound Adventure Bound onthefly has added and additional department to their store on Washington Street. The Villager contacted an employee, Emily Arena and asked a few questions. The Villager asked “Who came up with the idea for Ellicottville Boot and Shoe? What is being offered? When did it happen? Why? Where is it located?” Emily responded saying, “Ellicottville Boot and Shoe was created by John and Christy Rounds, owners of Adventure Bound a solution to the ever changing weather conditions and many variable outdoor activities in the area. The most important part of your body while on the trails, in and out of water or through rough winters, is your feet. When your feet are comfortable your body is best engaged in the activity at hand. We have collected the best brands for our challenge, Sorel, Salewa, Chaco and Astral. Ranging from hiking boots to flip flops, water shoes to winter boots, the coverage is vast for the clients to choose many options to keep their feet happy. We also carry Point 6 socks that are designed for your desires from running, everyday, hiking tech, and winter weather. Super Feet Soles are offered to best accompany the shoes and get the most extreme comfort and life from the footwear. Every foot is vastly different, we can literally build the best shoe for the range of sizes and we will focus on providing the best experience with the gear on the market.” Katy’s Cafe

The next move that will be noticed by many locals and visitors is Katy’s Cafe moving from their current locale on Washington Street two small blocks north to the building where Coffee Culture was, next to Madigan’s. The Villager caught up with Katy Arena, the proprietor of Katy’s and garnered some information from her. The Villager asked her why they were moving and Arena answered in an email response; “It just seemed like the right move. Our fiveyear lease is up at the end of spring at our current location. I do love our space, however it just became too small for our growing customer base. During weekends I am often asked ‘where is the rest of the dining room’ or ‘is this it’? Our current location only seats about 30/35. The new location should seat 60+ on the inside and there is plenty of room on the patio for seating as well. The availability of space and parking were key factors in our decision making process.” Arena also said they are planning a tentative opening on June 2. With the growth the Villager asked about taking on new staff members and other changes, she replied thusly, “We are hoping to hire some new employees and extend our hours, especially during winter and summer seasons. In the future I am hoping to expand our coffee menu. We will be starting out with what we know and going from there I want to say thank you to all of our customers. I would never have been able to do any of this with out all of you. We have grown so much over the last five years and I can’t wait to see what the next five will bring. I am really looking forward to the move and hope to see everyone at the new location enjoying breakfast on the patio.”

a huge economic engine for the village generating in excess of 10 million dollars in revenue and provides a major trickledown effect for all levels of employees, notfor-profits and residents who receive more than $50,000 from various donations and events they manage. The festival continues to grow in popularity and provides an opportunity to showcase the area and its attractions. We are continually striving to provide a better-quality experience that will attract a demographic that truly wants to enjoy all the area has to offer. Based on this valuable feedback from our members, we are confident that this year’s festival will be our best to date and will

provide an excellent blueprint for future festivals. About Ellicottville Chamber of Commerce: The Ellicottville Chamber of Commerce provides advocacy, promotional and benefit solutions for its members - setting the standard for excellence in member service, community collaboration, business growth while achieving a high quality of life in Ellicottville and the surrounding area. We foster and promote business with our members while stimulating local economic growth. For more info about the Ellicottville chamber of Commerce, inc. membership, please visit http://www.

forest and grassland areas. Mr. McAndrew said the DEC had told him without a letter of support from the Town Board; the deal would be dead. All present expressed their desire to have the Town issue the letter. The DEC is having two appraisals performed on the property and will pay the going market rate. The funds for the purchase and maintenance will come from federal funds provided by the Pittman Robertson Foundation. The board voted to issue the letter of support to applause from the group. Supervisors Report Supervisor McAndrew spoke about the Four Flushers meeting on May 16. He said there is a large

to-do list in the Town. Mark Alianello mentioned staff had been able to solve the back-up data problem with the CUPPS computer. He said the master water meters continue to be a problem, and they will look at a program to start replacing them. The water leak by Fitzpatrick and Weller began underground and had flowed into the creek by their building. That was why it took years to discover. Once the leak was fixed, the demand on the Village well declined by 30%. The well in the trailer park needs maintenance; it used to draw about 400 gallons per day, and now is down to only 250. See BOARD page 8

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Community Calender Now – Sept. 19th Local Summer Speaker Series Explore your local historical museums this summer to discover the fascinating history of our area, Cattaraugus County. I guarantee you will be amazed at the knowledge of our Historians and Curators as well as the wealth of information, including genealogical researches housed. Here are the dates, times and locations you need to know: June 24th, 11am - 7pm at the JCC Olean Campus with the African American Center for Cultural Development - “Juneteenth” Special presentation by re-enactor at 11am - don’t miss this one! • July 22nd, 11am at the Portville Historical Society/Bedford Corners - “Open house and presentation of the One Room Schoohouse” • Aug 7th, 11am at the Allegany Heritage Center - General history of Allegany • Sept 16th, 10am at the Howe-Prescott House in Cadiz Heritage Day Celebration. For more information on this event please visit

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the Allegany American Legion at the Veteran’s Memorial located next to the Town Hall Building on West Main Street. A luncheon sponsored by the Allegany American Legion and The Allegany Engine Company will follow after the ceremony at the Allegany American May 27th SUP & Kayak River Trip with Adventure Legion Post located on Route 417. The Bound on the Fly luncheon is open to the public. Come join us for a beautiful flat water paddle For more information on this event please visit on the Cattaurgus creek. This paddle meet up will meet at the Adventure Bound onthefly May 29th shop in Ellicottville at 10:00 a.m. and then depart for the put in. Wear synthetic apparel Memorial Day Celebration with CAMP that is quick drying and bring a snack to enjoy Memorial Day Ceremony—Citizens on the river shore. Advocating Memorial Preservation (C.A.M.P.) will hold a brief Memorial Day Ceremony Fees $75 which Includes SUP/Kayak, PFD, & at the Cattaraugus County Memorial and Paddle, gear shuttle and guide. River flows and Historical Building located at the corner of conditions will determine whether we are able to offer both SUP and Kayaks or just kayaks. Court and 7th Streets in the Village of Little We shuttle gear and you drive to river. (you can Valley, NY. CAMP is the 501 c 3 non-profit organization which has been working for follow us :) For more information on this event please three years to save and restore this Cattaraugus County owned Memorial to its Civil War visit Veterans. The Ceremony will be on Monday May 28th May 29, 2017 at 9:00 am before the annual May 26th – 29th Little Valley Speedway’s Season Opener Little Valley Memorial Day Parade and Little Valley Rider’s Annual Memorial Day Gates open at 3pm and races begin at 6:30pm. Cemetery Ceremony. Everyone is invited Trailride 2017 to attend both events to honor America’s For more information on this event please Bring your horse and enjoy the company Veterans. visit of other equine enthusiasts. Trailrides both For more information on this event Saturday and Sunday. What are we offering? May 29th please visit Friday night – Soup, Saturday - Breakfast, cattcomemorial/ Allegany Memorial Day Parade Lunch, Ride, Dinner & Dance, Sunday – The Allegany Memorial Day Parade will Breakfast, Ride, Lunch and Leftover Dinner. begin lining up at the North First Street parking June 9th & 10th There will be fun activities after lunch. lot of the Allegany Engine Company Robert Trash & Treasure Sale at St. Pauls Registration will be taken until May 19, 2017 H. Livingston Community Center at 8:30 The sale takes place Friday from 9-6 PM & with a $20.00 non-refundable fee per adult. All AM. The parade will begin at the intersection Saturday from 9-2 PM at St. Paul’s Church in registrations taken after the deadline will be of North First Street and West Main Street at Ellicottville. Lunch will be served. Donations charged an additional fee of $20.00 per adult. 9:00 AM followed by a Memorial Service by welcome at the church, Mon. - Thurs. 5-8 PM

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Cont. From Page 7 Mr. McAndrew had a meeting with the major players in creating the Director of Public Works position. Grant writer Diana Chihak attended and said there might be a consolidation grant for village services available. The job description for the position should be completed next week. The water agreement with the Village expires at the end of this month, but the joint Public Works Department has yet to be created. A motion was passed to extend the agreement until December 31. The state is urging municipalities to share as many services as possible. Mr. Hinman attended a meeting of the County Supervisors to discuss ideas. Any agreements between municipalities will require public hearings which will be held in Town Center. Police Report Officer in Charge Don Auge reported the Relay for Life Fill the Boot Drive collected $2,800. He said it was not bad considering it was held the weekend of the canceled Regatta. The Officer said a lot of vehicles got stuck in the camping fields in Great Valley. Auge reported the patrol rifles and ammo had arrived. In June, there will be training on them for his officers. The police department received a letter of thanks from Tony and Tiffany Giannicchi. Mia Giannicchi called 911 to report a stranger

outside their home when she was home alone. Mia called her mother as well who immediately rushed home to discover multiple officers were already there checking on the situation. The stranger turned out to be the father one of Mia’s friends. The parents wrote the letter to thank the department for taking the call from a young girl seriously and responding so quickly. Highway Department Tom Scharf said he had obtained bids for gravel from Machias and the county that were very close. A motion was passed to authorize him to purchase gravel from the lowest bid or the county. He said it is time to replace the ’08 Ford 550 truck. He obtained a price of $101,000 for a new 550 with a plow. Mr. Scharf said the new truck would work with the old sander. The board authorized him to make the purchase. Scharf said he had rented a broom (street sweeper) and had cleaned the Town’s streets. He said it worked much better than the tow-behind sweeper and suggested the town think about purchasing one in the future. Engineering Report Mark Alianello said work on the HVAC system in Town/Village Hall is going well. They have installed the furnaces in the rafters above the ceiling of the storage room. The work should be completed in midJune. Work on the booster station by Holiday Valley is going slowly. They had some flooding damage and some other issues, but the company is working through them.

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Clerk Audit Greg Fitzpatrick performed an audit on the Clerk’s Office for fiscal year 2015-16. He said Robyn had collected $1,300 in alarm fees for 52 alarms in town. Mr. Fitzpatrick suggested sending out alarm registration forms with the tax bills to make more residents aware of the Alarm Law. EVGV Trail The Ellicottville Great Valley Recreational Trail Committee is holding a Ham and Turkey Raffle on June 4 at the Legion. Tickets are available at Watson’s Chocolates. Mark Alianello reported the wetlands scientist had completed his report on the first leg of the trail and submitted it to the Army Corps of Engineers. The final design of the route between Town Center and Tim Horton’s is taking shape. They are ready to sign easement agreements with the five property owners along the path. The Board determined the Town will be the agency to sign the easement agreements. There was a discussion about who will be responsible for maintaining the trail in the future. After a discussion, the board said the committee should bear the responsibility. Mr. McAndrew said the new EV charging stations at Town Center are working. They were installed as part of the NYSERDA grant application. (See EVL Charges into the Future story this issue). McAndrew said the paperwork for the grant had been submitted, and now it’s “wait and see.”

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