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By Eric Hund Universtiy of Pitt. at Bradford The temperatures may be freezing, but snow sports competition is heating up this weekend at Holiday Valley Resort. The resort will host both boardercross races and skiercross races on Jan. 28 and 29 at their Moonshadow terrain park. Both are part of the Western New
York Snowboard and Freeski Series, a chapter of the United States of America Snowboard Association. According to Holiday Valley, the Moonshadow terrain park is home to intermediate features, for riders looking to dial in that elusive trick, or just have a mellow session with your crew. The park offers midlevel park features, with the upper portion of the park featuring a series
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Greater Olean Sports Show This Weekend in Allegany By Nicholas Pircio 95.7 FM, WPIG
Just because it isn’t snowing does not mean you can’t enjoy winter. You don’t even have to go outside! With warmer temperatures interrupting our periodic if brief arctic blasts, why not take advantage of the weather by paying a visit to the Greater Olean Outdoor and Recreation Sports Show, January 28th and 29th. Be sure to note the location. The event will take place at the Daniel Carter Events Center, 2383 West Five Mile Road Extension in Allegany, just off Route 86 at the Allegany exit (24). Meme Yanetsko, the Chief Operating Officer at the Greater Olean Area
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Chamber of Commerce, likes the mid-winter date. This year’s event marks the third such sports show, but the first time it will be held in January, rather than September. There was no sports show last year. And it used to be held at the William O. Smith Recreation Center, near Bradner Stadium. So why do the move? Yanetsko said it was a great location because of the park and parking facilities, but timing did not work well for the vendors. She noted, “Charters were still out on the water, and a lot of the outfitters weren’t gearing up yet. This year, knock on wood, we’re looking pretty good.” It should also be noted that Bradford will not be hosting a similar exhibition this year. The Chamber sought out a different location for the outdoor sports show See SHOW page 15
of banked turns and rollers, while the lower portion features medium sized boxes, rails and double jumps. These two events feature head-tohead completion through S turns, over jumps and around gates, and will feature two races a day and are part of the USASA regional qualifying contest. All of the events require a USASA membership to participate, and contestants must
wear helmets during the events. The WNY Series began January 14 at HoliMont Ski Resort, and Holiday Valley hosted a slalom race on Jan. 15. Holiday Valley will also host slopestyle events on Feb. 11 and 12, and the series will also feature slopestyle and rail jam events at See USASA page 15
Buffalo Ranch Devlop. Town Planning Board Signs off on Ellicottvillas
This satellite shows the area of Horn Hill Road to be developed for the Buffalo Ranch Development. The lots for single-family homes can be seen going along Horn Hill Road. The shaded area shows where the town homes will be built. Monday night’s meeting also discussed revised plans for a new clubhouse at the Ellicottvillas shared ownership complex. (See Story “Town” page 15)
Sundance Film Fest. Touches Home Screening at Tamarack Club February 4 to Benefit the Lousbury Adaptive Ski Program The Sundance Film Festival has announced that a Warren Miller documentary, “The Movement”, will be one of 64 entries in this year’s Short Film Competition. This film focuses on five disabled athletes that have regained their sense of freedom through skiing. It is designed to increase awareness, participation, and opportunity in adaptive sports across the country. Holiday Valley and the Lousbury Adaptive Ski program will showcase this documentary in the Tamarack Club on Saturday February 4th at 7 pm. The film, which is narrated by Robert Redford and Warren Miller, tells the story of five individuals from all walks of life whom faced incredible obstacles, found the inspiration to overcome them and became real everyday heroes. Through skiing, each has ultimately discovered or rediscovered the freedom of
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The film, which is narrated by Robert Redford and Warren Miller, tells the story of five individuals from all walks of life whom faced incredible obstacles, found the inspiration to overcome them and became real everyday heroes.
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Publisher’s Word A Mid-Winter Warm Up
This time of year, an integral part of the whole Ellicottville package is the Apres ski activity. I’m referring, of course, to the restaurants and pubs we all love to visit after a long day on the slopes. If you’ve ever been to one of our fine clubs on a busy weekend, you know things can get pretty hectic! Patrons will line up three-deep to the bar waiting not-so-patiently for their favorite libation. Crowds form around the serving station, making life pretty difficult for the poor cocktail waitress who dances her way through the crowd with tray held aloft, rarely spilling a precious drop. These customer service experts do as much for Ellicottville’s reputation as the conditions at the two ski areas. The effort they extend each and every night
is lost on most customers; they make their jobs look easy – fun, even. But to be a professional bartender you need to know more than how to memorize your clients’ favorite drink recipes. You need to know proper techniques, how to interact with customers, handle difficult situations, operate cash registers, maintain beer and soda systems, and (most importantly) how to serve alcohol responsibly. So, dear readers, the next time you stop in to your favorite spot to have a sip, take a moment to appreciate the skill and motivation these good-hearted folks put out there for you. Twenty percent for a tip is the least you can do – smiling back and thanking them is just as important. Until next week Jeanine Zimmer
Parking Ban in Ellicottville Winter Parking Requirements from December 1 - March 31
To all residents and visitors to the Village of Ellicottville: It’s almost time for the Annual Winter Parking Ban in the Village. This Ban affects Washington Street from Jefferson Street to Mill Street; and Monroe Street from Elizabeth Street to Martha Street and is in effect from December 1 thru March 31 annually. There is NO PARKING on these streets from 4:00 a.m to 6:00 a.m. to allow the Village D.P.W. to remove snow in the Village Business District. This parking ban will be enforced daily regardless of snow conditions. Furthermore, please do not leave vehicles parked on or across sidewalks which would interfere with the removal of snow by the Village sidewalk plow. Thank you for your cooperation. Howard T. Gifford - Constable, Village of Ellicot-
Local Artist Selected
Fitzpatrick Selected for “Women Create” Exhibit in Jamestown
Ellicottville artist Karen Fitzpatrick’s stained glass window “Breakout” is among the selections for Women Create, the first juried exhibit of women’s art at the new 3rd On 3rd Gallery in downtown Jamestown, New York. Pictured here, the stained glass work will on display from February 11 through March 31.
JAMESTOWN, NY – Ellicottville artist Karen Fitzpatrick’s stained glass window “Breakout” is among the selections for Women Create, the first juried exhibit of women’s art at the new 3rd On 3rd Gallery in downtown Jamestown, New York. With the February 11-March 31 show created to feature the work of local and regional women, the preponderance of artists come from throughout western New York. Fitzpatrick is the only Ellicottville artist to be included. Women Create will display
a wide range of art and fine crafts in a variety of media. A self-taught artist, Fitzpatrick’s interest began with an introduction to stained glass class at Discover Ellicottville in 2003. After a subsequent class in 2006, with trial and error and much experimentation, she completed her first stained glass window for her music room in 2007. Since then, Fitzpatrick has participated in a number of arts show, primarily in Cattaraugus County where she is a member of the Cattaraugus County
Arts Council. In her application for the show, Fitzpatrick noted, “My background does not include a formal education in art…… rather, music. Several of my designs are an interpretation of a song or lyric. After cutting and assembling an actual patterned panel, a new composition often emerges from improvisation with the remaining glass.” She concluded, “My observation: there is no fixed consensus about the nature and essence of art. The concepts of art are defined and redefined by the art world….To all of you who create with heart and dedication! There’s nothing like it! It really can feed your soul.” Women Create’s opening reception will be 6-8 pm on Saturday, February 11, 2012, at Jamestown’s 3rd On 3rd Gallery, 116 East Third Street, adjacent to the Reg Lenna Civic Center. Presented in cooperation with the Arts Council for Chautauqua County, Women Create will be the gallery’s first major juried show and the second major group/multi-artists show since it opened last year. For more information, visit http://womencreate. wordpress.com/.
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Letter to the Community From the Loving Family of Edmund P. Szpaicher
outpouring of love and support from the community during this difficult time in our lives. While our loss is great, your kind words of encouragement, friendly smiles, and genuine hugs made life a little bit easier as we coped with our grief. We all know what a wonderful place Ellicottville really is; however, each of you has once again shown us what makes our little town so special. It was truly amazing to see so many people and hear so To Our Ellicottville Family and many stories about our dad and Friends, husband. Some made us laugh, Words cannot express some made us cry, and some how grateful we are for the made us just remember what a
great guy he really was. Although he has passed, the memories will live on in our special town forever. As we pass through the post office, the grocery store, or a village restaurant we will fondly think of the times we spent together and the many stories that were shared. It is this small town that will help heal our hearts and for that we are forever grateful to each and every one of you. Thank you for being there when we needed you most - he would be even more proud today to call Ellicottville his home. Sincerely, Becky, Brooke, Madison, Mila, and Trey
Obit. ~ Grace Hall Bruehl December 11, 2914 - January 19, 2012
Ellicottville, NY - Grace Hall Bruehl, 97 of Elizabeth St. Passed away Thursday January 19, 2012 at The Pines in Machais, NY. She was born December 11, 1914 in Buffalo, NY the daughter of late Harry and Charlotte (Huber) Hall.
Mrs. Bruehl was married to Water Bruehl who predeceased her. Mrs. Bruehl was a Real Estate Agent with Charlotte Hall Real Estate out of Williamsville, NY and then later in Otto, NY. She was a member of St. John’s Episcopal Church in
Ellicottville, NY and was an avid gardener and was a member of many garden clubs. She also was an avid equestrian having won many awards for her horse riding. She is survived by three sons: Craig (Patricia) Bruehl of Cattaraugus, NY, Walter “Trey” Bruehl of Ellicottville, NY and Richard Bruehl of Seattle, Wash. And 2 grandchildren Keith and Erica as well as 2 great grandchildren, Alexandria and Austin and several nieces and nephews. Besides her husband she was predeceased by a sister Doris Clark. A Private family service will be held. Memorials may be made to the Ellicottville Ambulance Service of St. John’s Episcopal Church. Arrangements are under the direction of Mentley Funeral Home Inc. 411 Rock City Street in Little Valley, NY.
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To Whom it May Concern: A Plea to ReOpen Senior Center at the Cooperative Extension
In the Jan. 19th paper there was an article by the director of the Cattaraugus County Department of the Aging, Cherianne Wold. It concerned the upcoming quarterly birthday party at the senior wellness and nutritional sites. She says this is a great time for people to get together. I agree. Only you will notice there is no site listed for Ellicottville. In December, our one gentleman, Lyn, turned 98. I don’t know if he was picked up and taken to a party. The meal sounds wonderful: baked ham, scalloped potatoes, vegetables, cake and ice cream. Please, pay attention out there. Ellicottville, the friendliest, busiest, richest village in the county, has nowhere for it’s senior citizens to meet and eat. Please help… anyone?? Someone?? --Barbara E. Champaigne
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ECS Student Artwork on Display at Ellicottville Memorial Library
Sports Boosters Club Red & Gold Rumble Fundraiser on April 21, 2012
Rachel “The House” Painter, a student-athlete at Olean High School; OHS Superintendent Dr. Colleen Taggerty, and OHS Alumni John Elmore Local student artwork on display – the gallery area of the library currently has ECS student artwork on display. Come check out these amazing pieces of art including paintings done with coffee, tunnel books, snowman pictures and leaf prints. They will be on display until mid-February.
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TCE (Tax Counseling for the Elderly) provides FREE tax assistance to older individuals in the community. Trained volunteers will help prepare State and Federal income tax returns. There is no Charge for this service. Call Don or Allison Girod at 716-257-3285 for appointments, information, questions, or to make special arrangements
for shut-ins. This year we will be offering counseling at the following locations: Cattaraugus Free Library: 21 Main Street, Cattaraugus, New York, Wednesdays - 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (February 8, 2012 through April 11, 2012) Salamanca Public Library : 155 Wildwood Avenue, Salamanca, New York Thursdays – 1:15 p.m. to 6:00
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OLEAN – When John Elmore called Meme Yanetsko this fall and presented an idea to her for a potential Sports Boosters Club fundraiser, she jumped (in the ring) on it! Olean High School Sports Boosters will host the 1st Red & Gold Rumble – a USA Boxing sanctioned event -- at the high school on Saturday, April 21, 2012. John Elmore has been involved in boxing since his youth. In the 1970’s, the Olean YMCA was a training site for the Southern-Tier Boxing Club, which was run by the late Larry Twitty. The late JoJoe Redeye and Jim Terrion of Salamanca trained club members in Salamanca. Several guys from Olean who participated in the program including John were City of Olean Police Chief Terry Schnell, Rev. Van Gayton,
Stanley Parks, “Jolten” Joe McBride, Jeff Becker, Vince Marra, Tony Labella, Tommy Wilson, Robert Elmore, Tony Wilson, Rick Samuelson, and James Brooks. John is now a USA Boxing certified referee and boxing coach. In fact, Olean High School hosted a boxing event back in 1973. The Red & Gold Rumble’s card will feature between 12 and 15 amateur bouts with members of boxing clubs from Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, and Erie: St. Martin’s Boxing Club; St. John International Boxing Club; Casal Boxing, WNY MMA, University of Buffalo Boxing Club, and the Bomb Squad. This event, which is sanctioned by USA boxing, will feature boxers from the clubs ranging in ages from 11 to 24 years old. Many of the boxers
have won state and national amateur titles. “Boxing is a sport that requires dedication and discipline as well as superb conditioning,” stated Mr. Elmore. “My hope is the values taught in boxing will carry over to other aspects of their lives,” he added. The goal of the Red and Gold Rumble is to raise $10,000 dollars for the Olean High School Sports Booster Club as well as money to send Western New York Boxers to national tournaments. John is a Buffalo attorney, and a proud member of both the Olean High School Athletic and its Academic Wall of Fame. He credits much of his success to the values and education that he received at Olean High School and this effort is a small way of giving back. John’s company, Brown Chiari Attorneys LLP has signed on as one of the rumble’s initial sponsors. This event is also being coordinated and assisted by OHS students in Mrs. Chris Stavish’s Sports & Entertainment Marketing class. “I had presented to her students in another class early this year on marketing Olean. When this event came along, I thought it would be a great idea to get the students involved from the first step – promoting, securing sponsors, ticket sales, etc. With guidance from John, Mrs. Stavish, and myself, we are giving the students the go ahead on this event,” added Meme Yanetsko, OHS Sports Boosters Treasurer. For more information on the Rumble, please contact Meme Yanetsko at 716-372-4433 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Exhibition at St. Bona’s
Quick Center Features Photography and Poetry of Etsuko Yuasa
ST. BONAVENTURE, N.Y., Jan. 20, 2012 — A photography exhibition by Japanese artist Etsuko Yuasa opens Wednesday, Jan. 25, at the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts at St. Bonaventure University. The exhibition, titled “Visual Poetry,” will be accompanied by poems written by Etsuko, which will be exhibited in both Japanese and English. The opening will include a 4 p.m. lecture by the artist in the Quick Center’s Rigas Theater. The lecture is free and open to the public. The daughter of famed cinematographer Kazutami Hara, Etsuko’s early years were filled with art, especially drawing and painting. As a teen, she developed interests in film, oil painting and design, but it was through still photography that she thought she could best express herself. She enrolled at Tokyo Polytechnic University in 1982, and a year later visited
Los Angeles as part of a photographic thesis project. She was captivated by the American lifestyle and way of thinking. After school, Etsuko spent eight years as a photograph coordinator in the commercial photo industry, but became interested in the stylist aspects of photography. In time, she changed her focus from photography to being an independent stylist, working with TV and film celebrities to help bring together the “look” for a photo shoot. Later, she would refocus on photography while continuing to be a force in the stylist industry. The curator for this exhibition is Chisato “Kitty” O. Dubreuil, assistant professor of art history at St. Bonaventure, who pursued the project after a chance meeting she had with the artist outside Tokyo’s Hara Museum of Contemporary Art in 2010. Dubreuil was with her husband, David, a former commercial
photographer, who saw Etsuko with a camera and struck up a conversation. The acquaintance turned into a long-distance friendship, and on a return visit to Japan last year, Dubreuil invited Etsuko to exhibit her work at St. Bonaventure. “Her photographic work grabbed our hearts,” said Dubreuil. “They illuminated small glimpses of everyday lives, which most people don’t pay attention to. She is an extraordinary talent. She brings me back to the quiet times of the past, and I wanted to bring her work to America.” The exhibition, Etsuko’s first in the West, is housed in the Quick Center’s Kenney Gallery and runs through March 11. Quick Center galleries are open to the public at no charge from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. For more, visit www.sbu.edu/ quickcenter.
Important Farm Programs Deadlines for these Programs are June 1, 2012
January 19, 2012 - USDA Cattaraugus County Farm Service Agency (FSA) County Executive Director Jean Davis reminds producers enrollment for the traditional Direct and Counter-cyclical Program (DCP) or the Average Crop Revenue Election (ACRE) Program begins January 23 and runs through June 1.
“Farmers in Cattaraugus County who are interested in enrolling in these programs need to add this important deadline to their list of ‘must do’ jobs,” Davis said. “Producers should contact the local county office to set up appointments.” Annual contracts are required to be signed to receive program benefits. All signatures of
producers receiving a share in DCP and ACRE payments are required by June 1, 2012. For more information about DCP and ACRE programs or other FSA programs, contact your county FSA office to schedule an appointment at 716699-2375 ext 2 or visit the state FSA website at: www.fsa.usda. gov/.
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This 5 hour NYS Department of Motor Vehicles Pre-Licensing course is for students in the process of applying for their NYS Driver’s license. The course is held on January 18 from 4-9:30 pm or February 15 from 4-9:30 room 101 TCCE at Jamestown Community College and the fee is $25.
Catholic Schools Week
January 29 - February 5, 2012 : Commemorating the Importance
OLEAN, NY—January 23, 2012 –Southern Tier Catholic School and Archbishop Walsh Academy will celebrate Catholic Schools week from January 29 to February 5, 2012 with a number of activities held throughout the week – all aimed at celebrating the theme of this year’s national event and commemorating the importance of a Catholic education and its’ availability in every community. This year’s theme, provided by the National Catholic Educational Association, is “Catholic Schools: Faith. Academics. Service.” The theme focuses on three priorities that Catholic schools establish that make them stand out from other educational institutions. Children are taught faith – not just the basics of Christianity, but how to have a relationship with God; Academics, which in Catholic
schools are held to very high standards in order to assist each child in reaching his or her potential; and Service, the giving of one’s time and effort to help others, is taught both as an expression of faith and good citizenship. “Catholic schools week is a celebration of our faith and commitment to serving others,” states Tom McGlinn, principal of STCS and Walsh. “Our week-long observance of this national celebration is focused on Faith, Academics and Service – allowing us to acknowledge the impact a Catholic education has on every child.” Throughout the week, students will continue their normal academic schedule with special activities planned around the learning environment. Mass will be celebrated with the entire school, along with academic
challenges on the Catholic faith and discussions on the Saints taking place throughout the week. Students will work within their art classes to produce arts and crafts projects that will be given as gifts to the Pines during a visit that will also include the Walsh Choir performing. The school community will come together to work on projects that benefit the school including organizing rooms and beautifying the campus. In the spirit of community giving, the students will also collect canned goods to benefit the local food pantries that need additional supplies. The weeklong celebration will end with a pep rally to celebrate not only the school’s commitment to Catholic education but also to honor senior night for the boys’ basketball team for their game scheduled on February 3, 2012.
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Classic Cross Country Skiing February 5 at 9am Allegany State Park Get ready for another fine day of Classic Cross Country Skiing on the serene and rolling trails of Allegany State Park’s Art Roscoe Trail System. On Sunday Feb 5, 2012 from 9AM to 2PM. Choose your course distance for an exhilirating day of cross country ski competition on our groomed trails set for Classic style skiing. All trails feature double set tracks. In the event of poor conditions, the race will be postponed to the following week. The summit ski area can have significantly different snow cover than the surrounding southtowns. For current conditions, call 716-354-9121 or check the website below.
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By Dan Balkin “TWO EDGES – FOUR EDGES – TWO EDGES” - I love those words. I’ll admit that they don’t have the resounding ring of “Ask not what your country can do for you…,” or “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall” or “I can’t get no, Satisfaction, no,no,no, hey, hey, hey - that’s what I say.” Indeed, those quotes contain some of the most important words uttered since the advent of single malt scotch. But I digress. So what exactly is “Two Edges – Four Edges – Two Edges? It is the mantra of the accomplished skier. Any parallel skier knows that one switches edges every time one turns. That is the two edges to two edges part. The key to this
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the feeling of momentarily flattening our skis between turns. It means that we will slow down the transition between turns and allow our ski tips to draw us into a turn – as opposed to violently thrashing the tails of our skis sideways. That move allows us to progressively “feed” our ski edges into the slope. This is especially important if one desires to carve on ice. For, it is almost impossible to wrestle a ski into a carving arc once it has started sliding across a firm slope. On ice, carved turns are most effective when the edges near our ski tips bite into the ice first. By slowing down our turn transition (that is, thinking about flattening our skis onto “four edges” as we transition from turn to turn), we give our edges a fighting chance to hold on ice. You can control your speed by allowing your carving skis to climb back up the hill until you hit that sweet spot where your speed is in control but you still have enough momentum to help initiate the next turn. The four edges frenzy has even caused J.L. Hinklebottom (famous revisionist historian) to rephrase history. Jack: “Ask not what two edges can do for you, ask what four edges can do for skiing.” / Ronnie: “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down the wall of two edged skiing and allow people to find freedom with four edges.” /Mick: “ Hey, hey, hey, four edges is what I say.” Whatever.
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Lights, Camera, Action!
Learn More About Our Commitment to Safety and Your Responsibilities If you’ve been to Holiday Valley over the past year, you might have noticed a young woman on a snowboard with a video camera. Well, that’s probably Ashley Baron, our very own, very talented videographer. Baron may have the best job in the world, she acknowledges. The avid snowboarder who majored in film production rides all around the mountain to catch the action with an eye toward giving viewers a real feel for the
entire resort and the abilities of our skiers and riders. “This is such an active place that draws such amazing athletes,” says Baron. “There’s always a story to be told.” More than 65 artfully produced and edited videos already have been posted on YouTube (youtube.com/user/holiday valley) and Vimeo (vimeo. com/holidayvalley or vimeo. com/4278terrainpark) and more go up every week. Topics include
everything from coverage of opening day, long ski weekends and all the big competitions, to folks just having fun on a great powder day or a piece on the new mountain coaster ride. “There’s a pretty good chance you could see yourself on camera one of these days,” Baron says. Check out the sites to see if you’re already a star, and while there, sign up for email notification of new video postings.
Moms Deserve Vacations Spend a Relaxing Day at Holiday Valley
Do you ever feel like the family vacation is for everybody but you, Mom? Well, it doesn’t have to be that way at Holiday Valley. With the kids safely enrolled in ski school and day care, and Dad off skiing with his hot-dogger friends, why not treat yourself to a fabulous day on your own or with your girlfriends? Your day might look something like this: 9:45 am: Enjoy a hot “cuppa” at McCarty’s Café next door to Creekside where you can observe the kids, read the paper or check your email using our resort-wide free WiFi. 10:15 am: Stroll over to the Tamarack Club for your massage, mani/pedi or facial appointment at the relaxing, invigorating Falling Waters Spa. Call 716-677-9700. 12:00 pm: Meet the girls for a bite at John Harvard’s Brew House in the Tamarack Club and
enjoy the fabulous wine list and great-for-sharing appetizers. Or pick up lunch to go and picnic on one of the many outdoor patios. While at John Harvard’s, order a hearth-baked pizza for pick up at dinner time. 1:00 pm: Hit the slopes! Take some runs with your friends or lessons from the pros. Not in the mood for downhill? How about a little cross country or snowshoeing on the many miles of trails along the golf course, at the top of the mountain or on state forest land that connects at the top of the trails? 3:00 pm: Meet up with the kids at Creekside to take a few runs and let them demonstrate the new skills they’ve learned during their lessons. 4:00 pm: Refresh your vacation wardrobes at the Mountain Shops (in the Clubhouse Chalet and Yodeler Lodge), where
you’ll find top-quality men’s, women’s and kids’ apparel at very competitive prices. You’ll also find HV logoed items and sundries. 5:00 pm: Pick up that pizza and head home for a relaxing family evening. OR get ready for date night! The Children’s Learning Center (716-699-3933) has a list of local babysitters for evening child care (advance planning highly recommended). 7:00 pm: You and the hubby can enjoy some night skiing, a trip to Ellicottville for drinks and live music or a visit to the always-hopping Seneca Allegany Casino. Of course, there are many other activities available at the resort – and we won’t blame you if you also schedule a nap! Visit www. holidayvalley.com to see all the options for your custom-made Mom’s day.
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January • 2-31 National “Learn a Snowsport” Month: Get 20% off “Learn to Ski” and “Learn to Snowboard” packages • 13-Feb. 22: Sean Huntington’s Tree Painter exhibit in the Tamarack Club • 28-29 USASA Boardercross for snowboarders and skiers February • 4 “The Movement,” an inspirational movie showing to benefit the Lounsbury Adaptive Program, 7 p.m. in the Tamarack Club • 4-5 Salomon BBR Demo • 11 Boarding for Breast Cancer Board-a-Thon, Women’s Clinics, Park Event and Raffles • 25 Penguin Paddle Fundraiser for the Lounsbury Adaptive Program
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Foster Honors Late Spouse Gifts $2 million to St. Bonaventure School of Business
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Larry Sorokes Continues into his Second Term as President
OLEAN – The Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has announced its slate of officers for the 2012 year: President, Larry Sorokes, St. Bonaventure University; Vice-President, Vic Vena, Vic Vena Pharmacy; Secretary, Colleen Taggerty, Olean City School District; and Treasurer, Eric Garvin, Community Bank, NA. New to the Board for the 2012 term include: Ruth Reisner, Trans
Am Ambulance Services; Louis “Ledgie” DeRose, Mazza Mechanical Services; and John Gerringer, Besecker & Coss Appliances and Services. Mr. Sorokes stated, “It’s an honor to continue in a leadership role with GOACC. The Chamber staff is one of the most dedicated and hardworking teams I have ever worked with, and we have a Board of Directors that is committed to making our area successful, business-friendly, and a model for other small communities. We know that we face substantial challenges to maintain and grow our community as a vibrant, progressive, and attractive location for both businesses and families to thrive. Our first priority this year is the development of a new strategic plan that will identify the resources, partnerships, and actions necessary to gain significant achievement in economic development, quality-
of-life concerns, and vitality for our member businesses.” Mr. Sorokes has been serving the GOACC in many capacities: Board Member in the late 90s and early 2000s and Board President in 2005-2006, 2011 years. Mr. Sorokes would like to thank the following individuals who stepped down from the Chamber Board in 2011 and for their service to GOACC: Ted Branch, Bob Chambers, and Michelle Caya. Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce, located at 120 North Union Street in downtown Olean, has been the leading business organization in the greater Olean area since 1906. Their business plan reflects activities related to lobbying local and state leaders and developing programs, to supporting workforce development, small business owners, large corporate entities, non-profit organizations, manufacturers, and area residents.
Guys and Dolls in Olean
Olean Community Theatre presents Guys and Dolls February 17-19th
become legends: Sarah Brown, the uptight “mission doll,” out to reform the evildoers of Time Square; Sky Masterson, the high-rolling gambler who woos her on a bet and ends up falling in love; Adelaide, the chronically ill nightclub performer whose condition is brought on by the fact she’s been engaged to the same man for 14 years; and Nathan Detroit, her devoted fiancé, desperate to find a spot for his floating crap game. Everything works out in the Set in mythical NY City, this end, thanks to the hilarious, fastromantic comedy soars with the paced book and bright, brassy, spirit of Broadway as we meet a immortal score, which takes us from the heart of Times Square cast of characters who have
to the cafes of Havana, Cuba, and even into the sewers of New York City. Funny and romantic, GUYS AND DOLLS is ideal for audiences of any age. You’ll leave the theater humming and tapping your feet to musical hits like: A Bushel and a Peck, Guys and Dolls, If I Were a Bell, Luck be a Lady and Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ the Boat. Event Dates are Fri, February 17 at 7:30pm through Sunday, February 19 at 2:00pm. Shows are at 7:30pm on Friday and Saturday, and at 2pm on Sunday. For more information on this event please visit http://www. octnow.com/season33.html
Open Jam in Bradford Country Music Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
The Tuesday Night square dance will not be happening over the winter months. We hope to start dancing again in the spring. We will be playing “old time” tunes & songs every Tuesday at the crook farm every Tuesday at 7pm “Old time” is mostly fiddle tunes, some songs, and all acoustic instruments are welcome. We will sit in a circle (not a performance) and share tunes. Listeners are welcome, & if we get dancers & a caller we
may do a square or two. This is a good environment to learn new tunes & practice a new instrument. Lead by Howard Blumenthal There is “country” music at the crook farm every Thursday & Friday evening. This is an open, local country music jam, dancers & country musicians are invited to these sessions also. The repertoire is mostly popular country from the 50’s & 60’s, mostly songs. Lead by Larry Combs. Starts @ 7:30pm
There is a lot of “overlap” between country & old time. Old time focuses on (mostly) tunes & songs that were popular before 1940, country focuses on songs popular after 1950. Also old time is primarily tune (instrumental) based, but every so often we’ll sing an old song. More information visit http:// bradfordlandmark.org or contact Howard Blumenthal, 814-3684057, howard@blumenthals. com.
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“Kaleidoscope” To Launch UB Center Seeking Mentor United Arts Appeal 2012 Fund Drive on Feb 3rd and 17th
United Arts Appeal of Chautauqua County board members recently sent letters to local businesses and selected individuals, requesting their support for the arts in 2012. . Pictured here are (standing, from left) Dan Pierce, Elizabeth Bush, Rick Davis, (seated, from left) Julie Newell, Lissa VanDewark, Sally Ulrich, Stephanie Rogers, and Shane Hawkins
Jamestown, NY - The United Arts Appeal of Chautauqua County is creating a special event to launch its 2012 fund drive. Kaleidoscope will be presented on Friday, February 3, at the Fredonia Opera House and again on Friday, February 17, at Jamestown’s Reg Lenna Civic Center. Beginning at 7 pm and emceed by Jamestown’s comedy improv troupe, The Unexpected Guests, both evenings will feature samplings of performances including folk music, ballet, theater, chamber players and singers. All eight UAA member organizations -- the Chautauqua Regional Youth Ballet, Community Music Project, 1891 Fredonia Opera House, Infinity Visual & Performing Arts, Jamestown Concert Association, Lucille Ball Little Theatre of Jamestown, Reg Lenna Civic Center, and the Western New York Chamber Orchestra -- will contribute to the delightful evening! This year we are presenting
Kaleidoscope to give the entire community the opportunity to see the great arts offerings in Chautauqua County, said Rick Davis, UAA board president. In addition, door prizes of free tickets to presentations by all the member organizations will be given away each evening. Admission for either performance is only $5. Tickets for the February 3 performance in Fredonia can be reserved by calling (716) 679-1891 and for February 17 in Jamestown by calling (716) 484-7070. Tickets will also be available at the door. UAA board members recently sent letters to businesses and selected individuals throughout the county. The letters included an invitation to Kaleidoscope and asked for support for UAA members and the many smaller groups and independent artists that receive UAA funding. This is the only request we make of the local community, Davis noted. Our focus is on soliciting businesses because of the strong impact a healthy arts community has on the local
economy. We are also deeply grateful for funding from the county, local foundations, and individuals. In 2011 the United Arts Appeal received major support from Chautauqua County, the Jessie Smith Darrah Fund, the Hultquist Foundation, and the Reg and Betty Lenna Fund. Patrons (contributors of $1,000+) for the 2011 Fund Drive were the Community Development Association, Lyndon and Melanie Gritters, and Matric Limited. M. L. Feather, KeyBank, Phillips Lytle LLP, Dr. Bruce Rockwell and Wegmans made Special Gifts ($500+), and Donors ($250+) included Carlson’s Jewelry, Fessenden Laumer & DeAngelo, Margaret S. and F. John Fuchs, Mark and Donna Hampton, Jamestown Area Medical Associates LLP, Lake Shore Savings Bank, Betsy and David Shepherd, Short & Smith Insurance Associates, Tyler Swanson and Carolyn French, Lissa and Sherwood VanDewark, and the Gebbie Foundation/Director’s Discretionary Grant on behalf of Rhoe Henderson. Contributions to the United Arts Appeal are tax deductible, and contributors are offered a range of benefits for their generosity, including free admissions to selected performances and recognition in printed programs and on the UAA’s website. Any business or individual that did not receive a request for support is invited to call (716) 484-7329 and ask for materials For more information, visit http://unitedartsappeal.org/. For information on performances offered by member organizations, visit the United Arts Appeal page on Facebook.
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REALM, a One Day Program on Thursday, March 1, 2012 opportunity to reflect on why they do the work that they do and to share that passion with someone young. REALM is a one-day program on Thursday, March 1st. A basic schedule is below along with suggested activities a Mentor might engage a student in during the day. For a brief glimpse of what the program entails, please watch this short video or visit our website for more information. Day of REALM – Thursday, March 1st 8:00am Breakfast meet and greet with student (Student Union, North Campus) 9:00am Depart for day of shadowing (respective worksites) 4:30pm Wrap-up and head to Networking Reception (American Red Cross Clement Mansion) 5:00pm Closing remarks Suggested Activities: · Discuss with student what they hope to get out of the day’s experience. · Review company or organization’s purpose/mission/ goals. -Allow them to meet with other
members of your team · Discuss your personal leadership history and how you came to be in your current position. · Provide a tour of the facility and introduce student to other staff. · Take student to meetings (when appropriate) to allow them to observe and to listen. · Discuss your role as a supervisor, your supervision style, and your tips for effective leadership. · Discuss and/or show how the organization recognizes and celebrates accomplishment. · Take student to lunch on or off the premises. · Tell student about your mentor and how you cultivate that relationship. · Inform student about potential opportunities in your organization (i.e. internships/ employment). b If you are interested ini participating in this uniqueP experience, please complete theh online interest form by Februaryo 9th. U i c b c c Teen and Adult winter Reading Program Begins January 30th t p Sign ups for The Olean Public made up of 25 squares and Patrons may earn a “FREE”a Library’s Teen and Adult each square is marked with spot for the BINGO board by Winter Reading Program will a different category. Read, filling out a short survey at the begin January 30th! Stop by listen, or download a book in Information Desk. the library’s Information Desk that category and write the title Reading logs are due back to to sign up and receive your down in the square. If a patron the library by March 2nd. ThisI reading log. This year the reads five items in a row, either program is free and open toh Winter Reading Program is a across, down, diagonally or the public. More informationA BINGO-style game that will four corners with middle, they can be found on the library’sT have patrons reading books will get a prize, an invitation to website, www.OleanLibrary.t from different categories and the Winter Reading Program org, or by calling 716-372-H experiencing great library Party, and his/her name entered 0200. The Olean PublicJ into a door prize drawing for a Library is located at 134 Northd materials! T The BINGO cards are “Cozy Up and Read” Basket. 2nd Street, Olean. c f Writers Wanted. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org s The UB Center for Student Leadership & Community Engagement is currently seeking professionals in the Buffalo area who would consider serving as a Mentor for REALM (Real Experience and Leadership Mentoring). REALM is a one-day leadership shadowing experience designed to pair UB students with professionals in the Buffalo area to observe and learn how leadership is used in the context of daily interactions and operations. The program is not necessarily a direct career matching experience, although every attempt is made to match student and mentor academic/ career interests, but rather it is an opportunity for students to learn from leaders in the field about the skills and experiences that helped them get to their positions and what skills help them to be successful on an everyday basis. Mentors who have participated in the past have expressed their interest in the program as an opportunity to not only give back, but an
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Jamestown Ironmen “Pink the Rink” for Breast Cancer, February 3
Campaign promoting breast cancer awareness includes charity auction featuring autographed limited edition jerseys, pink hockey sticks and other pink items. Facing the Kalamazoo K-Wings at 7:05 p.m., the Ironmen will prove that real men can wear pink, sporting custom-made jerseys emblazoned with the pink ribbon that has become symbolic of breast cancer awareness.
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Nearly every one of us has been affected either directly or indirectly – by breast cancer. Predominantly a woman’s health concern, approximately one in eight women in the United States will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime (www. breastcancer.org). Honoring the courage and strength of breast cancer patients and survivors, the Jamestown Ironmen, in partnership with LINKS Charity and WCA Hospital, is hosting
their second “Pink the Rink” of the season on Friday, February 3rd at the Jamestown Savings Bank Arena. Facing the Kalamazoo K-Wings at 7:05 p.m., the Ironmen will prove that real men can wear pink, sporting custom-made jerseys emblazoned with the pink ribbon that has become symbolic of breast cancer awareness. All in attendance are encouraged to wear pink as well to show their support for this important cause. A collaboration between Karl Sisson – WCA Director of Development, Brad Van Riper - Senior Vice President, Truck-
The Jamestown Savings Bank Ice Arena is more than just hockey; though with a North American Hockey League team, The Ironmen, and home to the Chautauqua County Youth Hockey Association and the Jamestown Skating club, they defiantly keep the ice fresh. The multi-use facility hosts conventions, major touring family shows, concerts, trade shows and more. Past concert
events include Clint Black, REO Seedwagon, Kenny Rogers, WWE, YES & Asia. This coming year they are preparing for concerts from Brian McNight (February 23), Trace Akins, the Goo Goo Dolls and Boys 2 Men, just to name a few. In December, the arena will celebrate it’s 10 year anniversary with the Progressive Skating and Gymnastic Spectacular. The arena is also working with
Lite and Executive Director, LINKS Charity, Mike Ferguson – Jamestown Savings Bank Arena and Brittany Mason – Sponsorship Sales Coordinator, Jamestown Savings Bank Arena, “Pink the Rink” also includes a charity auction featuring the players’ limited edition gameworn jerseys, pink hockey sticks and other pink items autographed by Ironmen players and coaches, as well as NAHL alumni and current Buffalo Sabres Ryan Miller, Nathan Gerbe and Thomas Vanek. A silent auction of these one-of-a-kind items will take place before and during the game, and a live auction will take place following the game. To participate in the silent auction, search “Jamestown Ironmen” on www.ebay.com. Jerseys can be bid on by calling or stopping at the Front Desk at the Arena from now until the night of the game. All of the auction proceeds, as well as $2 from the purchase of every “Pink the Rink” ticket, will benefit LINKS Charity and local breast cancer care at WCA Hospital. For pre-sale tickets, call the Jamestown Savings Bank Arena at 716484-2624 or visit www. JamestownArena.com. When purchasing tickets for select Ironmen games, say or enter the code “Pink” and $2 of the proceeds will help fight breast cancer.
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the Lucy-Desi Museum to host comedian troupes throughout Chautauqua County. Other unique facets to the area are their newly opened Scully’s Pub serving lunch and dinner, the VIP Legends Club for season ticket holders, and state-of-theart virtual golf dome which allows teams to virtually play 75 of the world’s best golf courses. For more information check out www.jamestownarena.com.
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Up Close & Personal The History Behind Salamanca Snowsnake Competition
By: Meaghan O’Rourke St. Bonaventure University This Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 28 and 29 marks Salamanca’s annual Snowsnake competition. The competition begins at 11 a.m. and will go on until dusk, said Jenny Ingrao, member services and events manager at the Salamanca Area Chamber of Commerce. The event, which is free and open to the public, will be held at the Erie Rail Yard on North Main Street across from the Salamanca Rail Museum. Snowsnake is an ancient Iroquois game played in the winter months. “It’s a long running tradition that used to be a men’s only sport,” said Ingrao. “Men’s only meant that it was only men competing and viewing it. Now they’ve opened it up so that everyone can view it.” Traditionally a men’s game, it was used to sharpen individual’s hunting skills and open communication between territories. “Now it is just a popular winter sport,” she said. Today, Native teams travel between territories to compete against each other in the highly competitive game. The game is played on a track piled approximately three and a half feet high with snow that gradually slopes downward to its end. A log is placed at
A snowsnake is a straight stick that has been shaped or smoothed with one flat side that when made correctly is smooth and flexible. The shooter who throws the snake the furthest wins; some reports have recorded shooters throwing their snakes more than a mile.
the top and dragged along the track, which can be longer than 1,600-feet, to create an icy trough about five to six inches deep. Ingrao thinks the mild winter should not be a problem in terms of building the track. She said that local businesses have allowed their plowed snow piles to be shipped to the track to ensure enough snow for the competition. Each competing team has shooters and shiners. Shooters score points by throwing the snowsnake down the trough and shiners maintain the snakes and determine if the long or short snake will be used in each throw based on weather and snow
conditions, track length and the thrower’s ability. A snowsnake is a straight stick that has been shaped or smoothed with one flat side that when made correctly is smooth and flexible. The shooter who throws the snake the furthest wins; some reports have recorded shooters throwing their snakes more than a mile. The winning team is generally awarded with prizes. The biggest prize, however, is the bragging rights until the next competition. For more information about this weekend’s traditional competition, contact the Salamanca Area Chamber of Commerce at (716) 945-2034 or www.salamancachamber.org.
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HomeCare & Hospice Guild Accepting Orders by Feb 1st
OLEAN - The HomeCare & Hospice Guild is accepting presale orders for the 18th Annual Spring Bouquet Sale. “By purchasing a Traditional Bouquet for $8 or a Bouquet of Hope for $16, you can make a difference! Your dollars help support HomeCare & Hospice
patients in your community,” said Linda Cummings, development manager. Pre-sale orders and payment must be placed by Feb. 1. Flowers will be delivered to businesses on March 6 and 7. On-site sales at local businesses will begin March 7. Flowers can
also be purchased at HomeCare & Hospice offices and online at www.homecare-hospice.org. Volunteers are needed to help sort on the day of delivery and to help deliver flowers to businesses in the area. Persons willing to help, contact Mary Jo Pula at (716) 372-5735.
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Architectual Digest More Than Potential
Story and Photos By John Thomas Staff Writer High up on Woodward Road is an old farm house; sitting pretty on four acres of hilltop, the house and barn well maintained over the years. The view from the front porch looks over Hencoop Hollow and goes on for miles. Mature trees surround the house, and around the back is a pond, currently frozen and covered with snow. The lot is mostly cleared and has plenty of room for an ambitious garden. In the barn is plenty of room for storing a variety of multiwheeled toys. Or beyond that: an artists studio, exercise room, or a great space for a barn
dance. Good things continue inside the home, the large rooms all have beautiful woodwork, and the hardwood floors appear to be original. Just off the garage is a large family room. It’s big enough for several game tables, and still has room for part of it to be sectioned off for a spare bedroom. Just off the parlor is a spare bedroom; decorated in blues and pastels. There is a half bath just off the kitchen. The stairs lead up to the second floor where there is a large master bath and bedroom. At the end of the hall is a spare room, under the cathedral ceiling, that could be a play room or home office. Next to the garage is a separate room equipped with a
hot tub. Not many farm houses move into the modern world and still maintain their old country charm. The large rooms, generous land and barn mean this home maintains as much potential today as it did many years ago. It’s a bit of country charm for the modern age. Furthermore it’s only two miles from downtown Ellicottville with its skiing, golf, shops and restaurants. Stop by for an Open House this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, Jan 28 & 29, both days 1-5 p.m. For more information about this property contact Cathleen Pritchard, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker at ERA Team VP Real Estate 716983-4234. Above: Mature trees surround the house. The view from the front deck goes on for miles.
Above: The kitchen features beautiful cabinets, and an open Above: Tall wainscoting maintains the original look of the Above: Beautiful woodwork combines with a modern beam ceiling. parlor. The windows look out to the view over Hencoop whirlpool tub and closet organizers to create a palace of a Hollow. master bath.
Three Dog Night
Reading with Dooley
Once One of the Most Popular Bands in America, Jan. 29 at SAC
Dooley is at the Ellicottville Memorial Library on February 24th
Between 1969 and 1974, no group had more Top 10 hits, sold more records or filled more concert seats than Three Dog Night. Come see the band that was one of the most popular in America, earning 21-straight Top 40 hits and 12 consecutive gold albums. Rock out to hits like “Mama Told Me Not to Come,” “Black and White” and “Joy to the World” and be a part of Three Dog Night’s thrilling concert experience. The Concert will take place on Sunday, January 29, 2012 at 5 PM. Tickets start at $20 and are on sale now! All ages welcome, but under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
Attention kids – Dooley, an eight year old yellow lab, would love to listen to you read!!! Dooley is part of the Reading Education Assistance Dogs program (READ) and he is a registered therapy animal who volunteers with his owner/handler Martha Brown. Their next visit is from 3 pm to 5 pm February 24th. We can also schedule on a Saturday if necessary. Please contact the library at 699- 2842 to sign your child up for a fifteen minute time period if you are interested in reading.
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Newt. Praise Jesus and pass the popcorn because this is going to be the greatest cheesy horror movie ever made! So how did the Party of Lincoln get here? It started with their coddling and manipulation of the Tea Party. Party leaders and GOP insiders recognized early on that the Baggers weren’t going away and would have to be dealt with one way or another. Unfortunately, for them anyway, they chose to embrace the loony’s and invite Doug Arrowsmith them into their homes rather than distancing themselves from them and pointing out This was the week. This how dangerous they were. Big was the one I’ve been waiting shots and corporate CEO’s for. I’ve known, or at least desperate to defend their way had an inkling, that this was of lives and bottom lines began coming. The “big Kaboom!” to systematically manipulate The week when the Republican the Tea Party platform to suit mainstream and the wacky their own needs. What they Right finally called it off. It’s failed to realize was that if not going to be an amicable they could manipulate them split or even one of those then a devious slight of hand uncomfortable divorces where artist like Newt would have everyone pretends to still be no problem bringing them into friends for the sake of the kids. the fold. Republican leaders This is going to be a full-on “call figured that they could lull the the cops someone has a gun” Tea Party people into a false domestic incident. On one side sense of acceptance and then you have the basically sane, pawn them off on someone economically conservative like Michelle Bachman or Ron wing of the GOP. These are Paul when the election rolled the Washington insiders who around. They figured that their know, no matter how disgusted attacks on Newt in Iowa would they get, that it takes two sides have rendered him impotent by to accomplish anything in DC. this point in the primary season. These are the folks who hated They forgot who they were Ted Kennedy but wept when dealing with. he died. On the other side? Newt Gingrich is guided Remember the movie “Children by vengeance. Even his own of the Corn”? Well that’s pretty former Republican colleagues much what you have on the from the 90’s have described other side and they’re being him as “evil.” He shut the led by a murderous, pitch fork government down because Bill wielding man/boy named Clinton made him sit in the
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ROCHESTER, NY – January order by calling 585-454-2060. 24, 2012 – Producers John The new e-ticketing system is Nugent and Marc Iacona today run by RIJF and replaces all announced four headliners Ticketmaster and Auditorium for the Xerox Rochester Theatre sales. Customers will International Jazz Festival 11th no longer be able to purchase Edition, which will be held tickets through Ticketmaster or June 22-30, 2012. Tickets go at the Auditorium Theatre. For on sale Friday January 27 at more information on how the 10 a.m. at rochesterjazz.com. new e-ticketing system works, Grammy Award winner see rochesterjazz.com. Diana Krall will perform on Club Pass Also on Sale – opening night, Friday June 22. Less than 200 Remain The Tickets are $120/$95/$75/$55 ever-popular Club Pass, an Dweezil Zappa Plays Zappa exceptional value pass that performs Tuesday June 26. provides entry to more than Tickets are $95/$85/$65/$40 200 shows in the festival’s Steve Martin & The Steep Club Pass Series, went on sale Canyon Rangers – “An in October selling faster than Evening of Bluegrass and ever before. Only a couple Comedy” takes the stage on hundred passes remain. Passes Wednesday June 27. Tickets are $170 plus $4 service charge are $105/$95/$75/$55 until Friday March 23 at Norah Jones, makes her midnight; $185 plus $4 service return to Rochester for the first charge from Saturday March time since the first edition, 24 until the festival begins or performing on Friday June 29. passes are sold out. Buy online Tickets are $125/$105/$85/$70 only at rochesterjazz.com. All performances will be at 8 About the Headliner Artists: p.m. at Kodak Hall at Eastman NORAH JONES - will Theatre. perform at the Kodak Hall at “We’re extremely pleased the Eastman Theater in the to announce these amazing wake of the spring release of star artists today and will her new album entitled Little also be announcing two more Broken Hearts, a collaboration headliners within the next with producer and musician month,” said John Nugent, Danger Mouse. The two first Artistic Director and Producer. worked together when Danger “With these headliner acts Mouse called upon Jones combined with the wide scope to contribute vocals to his and depth of all the amazing acclaimed 2011 album ROME, artistry coming together for and their connection proved our Club Pass Series and free deep enough that they decided street shows to be announced to collaborate on Jones’ fifth on March 20, I fully expect studio album. Little Broken our 11th Edition festival Hearts is the fascinating next to be the best one ever.” step in the artistic evolution Tickets are from $40 to $125 of one of the most intriguing and go on sale Friday January singers to have emerged in the 27 at 10 a.m. at rochesterjazz. past decade, beginning with com. Tickets will also be on the release of the Grammysale at the at the Kodak Hall winning debut album Come Oval Lobby Box Office, Away With Me. located at the corner of Gibbs DIANA KRALL – at the and Main Streets in Rochester, age of 43 – has experience in for one day only on January her favor. Born in Nanaimo, 27 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. John Canada, to a musical family Nugent will be overseeing box – her father is a stride–style office operations. There is a $7 pianist and serious record service charge for all headliner collector –– she grew up tickets. To have printed tickets absorbing music that guided mailed to you, the service her future growth. She attended charge is $9. Berklee School of Music in the The fastest way to early ‘80s, then moved to Los order tickets is online at Angeles where she continued rochesterjazz.com with the her studies. By 1990, Krall festival’s new e-ticketing relocated to New York City system. Customers who don’t and began performing with a have computer access may trio, and in 1993, she released
her debut album on a small Canadian independent label. Fifteen years later, she can look back over a stellar career path: in ’99, signed to Verve, her career exploded when When I Look in Your Eyes won a GRAMMY for best jazz vocal and became the first jazz disc to be nominated for Album of the Year in twenty– five years. STEVE MARTIN, one of the most diversified performers in the motion picture industry today—actor, comedian, author, playwright, producer, musician – has been successful as a writer of and performer in some of the most popular movies of recent film history. Martin released his second full-length bluegrass album, Rare Bird Alert on Rounder Records in 2011, which has been nominated for a Grammy award for “Best Bluegrass Album. The 54th Annual Grammy Awards will be broadcast live on February 12, 2012. He is joined by the Steep Canyon Rangers, who toured extensively with Martin. ZAPPA PLAYS ZAPPA is Dweezil Zappa’s ongoing homage and performance of his father’s music. Frank Zappa (1940-1993) was an American composer who immersed himself in his craft with equal parts vision and vigor. Over the course of 80 albums—first as the leader of the Mothers Of Invention and then as a solo artist—Zappa raised the bar in a rock world that spent most of its time embracing the ordinary. Dweezil Zappa is becoming more proactive in the continued public display of his father’s music for years to come. Zappa Plays Zappa is a seven-personstrong ensemble dedicated to keeping Frank Zappa’s music very much alive. Zappa Plays Zappa is the synergistic result of what happens when a vibrant repertoire of music is learned by a stellar band and worshipped by an audience weary of Pro Tools. “It seems to me that people my age (38) and younger know the Zappa name a little bit, but they don’t know a lot about the music,” says Dweezil. “I feel that Frank’s music needs to be proposed to a new audience.
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Peek’n Peak Resort and Spa in Clymer on March 3 and 4, and will finish with slalom and giant slalom races at HoliMont on March 10 and 11. The cost for registration for the boardercross/skiercross event is $21 online pre-registration, $26 race day, plus $30 for the lift ticket. Pre-registration closes at 10 p.m. on the Thursday before the event. Andrew Boorman, series director, said riders in this series compete in boardercross and skiercross, slalom, giant slalom and half-pipe, with the first place qualifiers from each age group receiving an invitation to take part in the national contest in April, and average between 50 and 100 competitors. The USASA Nationals for
Cont. From Cover because it’s ice hockey season at the Recreation Center. Yanetsko is pleased to be at the Daniel Carter Events Center. The setup will be a bit different. “We can fit about 56 booths in there, eight by eight (feet). You could fit 100 in the Rec Center because it’s an ice skating rink. But I feel like it (the change) should be a good fit for all involved.” The number of expected vendors varies slightly from day to day, but Yanetsko expects to see 41 vendors at the show. Exhibits will center on anything to do with outdoor sports, regardless of the season, such as camping, paddle sports, hiking, cycling, fishing, snowmobiling,
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Ellicottvillas n At the town planning board s Monday night Mark Dean, tarchitect for the Ellicottvillas rshared ownership complex, –presented revised plans for the new clubhouse. The drawing presented had height sdimensions indicated on the yelevation drawings. The highest ,point of the building is the roof of the turret located at the back lof the building. The height as measured from the center of rthe cone is exactly 35 feet. Mr. Dean said he would “try to pull it down just a bit,” to allow for any ,mistakes during construction. If rby chance the final constructed sheight exceeded 35 feet the yproject would have to apply for sa variance, which could take lsome time. Mr. Dean indicated ethat some interior ceilings are ,fairly high to create ambiance pand that “there is room” to make dadjustments. He said he could adjust some ceilings four or five inches to create some leeway in gthe height. f Parking was the next issue ato be discussed. The original nplans for the project called dfor 182 parking spaces, and lthe revised plans now show r190. The architect explained the had increased the number sof spaces to allow for events ain the clubhouse. There was a esuggestion from the board about tadding extra landscaping to esoften the look of the complex and help hide parked cars. One gof the board members suggested dadding windows to the ground slevel of one side of the clubhouse abuilding to soften its look. In d s a c a s Cont. From Cover d e
movement. “The Movement” features einterviews with Rick Finklestein, a Hollywood executive, paralyzed tfrom the waist down after a skiing accident. In 2004 Rick Finkelstein lwas paralyzed in a ski accident on Aspen Mountain. With a severed spine and severe internal trauma, he
Snowboarders will be held April 1-5, and the Nationals for Skiers April 8-10, both at Copper Mountain, CO. Pat Morgan, Holiday Valley’s Terrain Park manager, said the USASA has held competitions at Holiday Valley since the founding of the WNY Series. Chuck Allen founded the USASA in 1988 to offer his children, who were snowboarding enthusiasts, a safe and regulated competition to show off and test their skills, and following funding from TransWorld SNOWboarding Magazine, the group became the first governing body for competitive grassroots snowboarding. Pete and Donna Greene founded the WNY Snowboard Series in 1994, also as a way to offer their kids a chance to compete, and initially only offered Half-pipe and Slopestyle events. The chapter was very successful, with 35 competitors from the WNYSS participating
in the 1995 Nationals. Boorman became director of the chapter after the Greene’s retired in 2004. The USASA and its regional chapters have enabled all ages and groups to participate in organized events, and the club has established rules for the five major disciplines. Boorman said there are currently over 5,000 members in the USASA, with 32 regional chapters across the nation. He added that the USASA’s motto is fun, fair and safe competition for all. On-line registration will close at 10 p.m. on the Thursday before the event. Contestants may cancel their event registration up to 48 hours prior to the event, by contacting Boorman. If you have any questions, or are interested in more information, visit www.usasa. org, www.wnyss.com or www. holidayvalley.com, contact Boorman at 585-455-5213, or email him at andrew@wnyss. com.
bird watching, and sporting equipment. Sponsors are CUTCO Company Corporation, Ka-Bar Knives, Ron’s Gun Shop, Microtel Inn of Olean, Premo Limo, Hertz/Mallory’s Autobody, and Amazing Aerial Photos.com. Visitors to the sports show can browse, shop, and even schedule a spring fishing charter, according to Meme Yanetsko. “Most of the fishing charters are coming with their calendars, so you can charter your boat trip out on any of the lakes or ponds.” As for past attendance (in September of 2010), the show probably attracted about 50 vendors and 1200 visitors. Yanetsko says this year, “With 41 vendors, I am happy with that number. They are all in the (sporting) industry and are all paying vendors. This year we are really targeting hunting
and fishing, as well as the other (outdoor recreational) sports.” Among this year’s attractions are special guest Roger Raglin, producer of the popular television show “Roger Raglin Outdoors.” You can check out the Camp Cando Recreational Home by Owl Homes outside the Events Center. There will be raffles for sporting goods prizes, or you can ask Dr. Al-Humadi about sports medicine or arthroscopic treatments. Dr. AlHumadi is attending courtesy of Olean General Hospital and will give a presentation as well as take questions. Hours for the Greater Olean Outdoor and Recreation Sports Show are Saturday January 28th from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Sunday January 29th from 104. Admission is $3 for adults, $2 for students and seniors. Children 12 and under are free with an adult.
making a close review of the plans the board noted that there seemed to be plenty of room for snow storage after plowing. There was some discussion about when the sewer and water lines had been laid out according to the complex’s original plans. With the elimination of one building and addition of the clubhouse, some of the water and sewer leads will not be used. They had been inspected and approved by the town, but with construction of the new clubhouse some of the old lines will be unused. The town had to go back move, refit and reinspect the new lines at a cost of $3500. Town Engineer Mark Alianello felt it was appropriate that the complex reimburse the town for the expense. A suggestion was made to stripe a crosswalk in front of the clubhouse to facilitate a crossing area for pedestrians. After more discussion the board came up with a list of changes for the plans and stepped through the next stage of plan filing for the architect. A motion was made to conditionally accept the plans also long as other drawings are presented with the changes and the project pays any outstanding PIP fees. The motion passed. Buffalo Ranch Development Mr. Sal Iadicicco presented the board with a plan to develop the old Buffalo Ranch on Horn Hill Road. He showed the board plans to create thirty-five, five acre lots for single-family homes and a section of town homes along Horn Hill Road. He plans to build out the development in stages, starting first with just to or three of the five-acre plots. First he will build model homes for project, as the first houses sell develop the town homes, and build out the rest of the single family homes as the market allows. During discussion with the board many variations
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In parallel with the film, Warren Miller created “MakeAHero.org” to increase recognition and funding for local adaptive-sports groups. A lifelong skier, wordsmith, and movie buff, co-director Greg Hamilton says his passions converged for The Movement. Gathering characters’ perspectives, filming their talents, and crafting a story, Hamilton was swept up in the film’s momentum. There is no charge for the film, but donations will gratefully be accepted at the door. Refreshments will be available for purchase at John Harvards.
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LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF FORMATION OF R & R HOLLAND, LLC. Art. Of Org. filed Sec’y of State (SSNY) 12/6/11. Office Location: Cattaraugus County. Street Address of principal business location: 10035 Route 219, West Valley, NY 14171. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process: c/o The LLC, 10035 Route 219, West Valley, NY 14171. Purpose: any lawful purpose. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF L & B TROWBRIDGE FARMS, LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with Secy. Of State of N.Y. (SSNY) on 12/20/11. Office location: Cattaraugus County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: 4059 Rt. 98, Franklinville, NY 14737. Purpose: any lawful activity.
love and support for a child in your community. Those wanting to make a difference in the lives of children can learn more during an informational meeting on foster care and adoption on February 21, 2012 at 7pm at the Cattaraugus County Office Building, 1 Leo Moss Drive
in Olean. The Cattaraugus County’s Department of Social Services staff provides training and support to those interested in becoming certified foster parents. For information and to preregister for the meeting, call Cattaraugus County Foster Home Finder Kayla McCaffery at (716) 701-3664.
Wine and Food Pairing Every Weekend in January at the Winery of Ellicottville
A special treat every weekend in January, the Winery is offering a wine-andfood pairing event. Each event, hosted by Dominic or Sam, will feature Winery of Ellicottville wines paired with appetizers for just $15. For more information, stop by the Winery or give them a call at (716) 699-1055. They are located at 14 Monroe St in Ellicottville, NY.
Moonlight Snowshoe Tour Griffis Sculpture Park on February 11, 2012 at 5pm
Showshoeing under the moonlight, eating great food and jamming out to some fine live music. $50 covers snowshoe rental; some of the best local chili, cookies and snacks; a mooonlit snowshoe tour of Sculpture Park; and live music afterward. During the tour, snowshoers will be stopping at some of the sculptures to learn who created them, who installed them, and a little history behind them. Reservations are required and limited. To register, please contact Ashford Hollow Foundation at 716-667-2808 or e-mail GriffisPark@aol.com.
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The 2nd annual Eastern Snowboard League three-stop contest series began at Holiday Valley on January 21 and continues on February 14 at Big Boulder Park and on February 25 at Seven Springs Mountain Resort. The 100+ riders took on the series’ rail and jump challenges created by the experienced park crew at HV’s 42/78 Park on Foxfire.
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