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Volume 07 ~ Issue 43

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East Otto Holiday Open House

Music Notes

East Otto Country Annual Holiday Open House – November 3-4

20 Monroe Street ~ 699-4162 LITTLE SISTER

Friday, Oct. 26th, 7-11PM BLACK & BLUES BAND


Friday, Nov. 2nd, 7-11PM SANDI PACK & EAST OF EDEN

Saturday, Nov. 3rd, 6-10PM BISCUIT MILLER

Sunday, Nov. 11th, 5PM

Check Out One Dollar Taco Thursdays at Balloons from 6-10pm • Eat in Only

Owner of Brookside Studio Watercolors, located on Country Road 13 in Otto, Robin Zefers Clark often uses local farms, family and friends as her subjects when creating watercolor paintings that depict life in rural western New York. You can contact Clark at 257-9790. Celebrating 30 years of business this year, Hog-Shed Studio Pottery is owned by husband-and-wife team Michael and Elliott Hutton. From whittling as a boy to his life as a carpenter and wood artist today, Dug Stein - owner of WoodSwork - has been inspired by wood throughout his life. Using primarily locally harvested wood, Dug’s work includes handcrafted wooden figures, sculptures, reliefs, furniture and kitchen utensils.

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get more difficult with every passing little bit easier and a lot more fun. Next Associates is hosting its annual Holiday year. But thanks to the creative minds weekend, November 3-4 from 10:00 See OPEN page 9 Shopping for the holidays seems to behind East Country Associates, it’s a a.m.-5:00 p.m., East Otto Country

Jobs Growing At HV Holiday Valley Job Fair to be Held Oct. 27

Salamanca, NY ~ 1-877-553-9500

By Sharon Turano

GARY ALLAN November 3 @ 7 PM Tickets start at $35

Visitors to Holiday Valley’s Oct. 27 job fair will be able to learn about the 700 positions available this year. The fair, from 9 a.m. to noon at Tannenbaum Lodge, will offer information about a variety of positions. Included in the offerings are building maintenance, reservations, rental management, housekeeping, sales, ski instructing, snowmaking and more. “It creates excitement for working at Holiday Valley,” said Jane Eshbaugh of the resort. “It gives a chance for potential employees to meet various supervisors and managers and to find out about

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the jobs available,” she said. Ms. Eshbaugh said the fair provides a chance for job seekers to find the type of work desired, while providing a chance for Holiday Valley management to get the right person for a job. And, there are more jobs being offered at Holiday Valley this year than in the past, with the number expected to grow. Summer work, like that available at Sky High Adventure Park, has provided employment, and the new lodge is providing more employment in the food, beverage and conference arena, she said. In all, Holiday Valley employs about 1,500 people, said Ms. Eshbaugh. She said that number includes summer employees, those working at Tamarack’s condominiums and volunteers. See JOB FAIR page 9

Responding to public concerns about problems at this year’s Fall Festival, Special Events chair Patra Lowes invited the public and business owners to the committee’s meeting Monday morning. About 10 citizens attended the meeting as well as several representatives from law enforcement. In general everyone agreed that during the day problems were minimal, but at night the mood of the crowd shifted perceptibly to an atmosphere of heavy drinking and rowdy behavior. Mayor Coolidge acknowledged the shift, “the crowd we get after 6:00pm;

By Nicholas Pircio, 95.7 FM, WPIG The Southern Tier West Regional Planning and Development Board met on Thursday, October 18th, at the Center for Regional Excellence in Salamanca. Board members reviewed the ongoing Local Foods and Broadband efforts, along with presenting an award to one of its members. AWARDS SCIO For work on Broadband This year’s Marden B. Cobb award goes to Fred Sinclair of Scio. The award is given annually by the planning board staff, recognizing a board member who’s gone above and beyond in helping the planning board in a project or a situation that is really appreciated. That’s according to Richard Zink, the Executive Director of the Southern Tier West

Southern Tier West plans to survey producers and farmers, and the needs of institutions like schools and hospitals.

Regional Planning and Development Board. Sinclair is an Allegany County legislator who’s promoted the establishment of broadband internet service in areas not served by current providers. In September, Allegany See STW page 9

Town Planning Board Hears Plans for John Northrup and Poverty Hill Subdivision

John Northrup and his wife Anne came to the Planning Board to inquire about his plans to rent out his truck yard once the town is no longer in need of it. The building is in an area zoned General Commercial. Mr. Northrup was asking that as long as no major changes in use are made, could he rent out the space? He pointed out that he realized that a drive through restaurant would not work because the property is too small. He mentioned

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STW Discusses Local Foods, Broadband & Cobb Award

Blueberry Subdivision

Story by John Thomas Staff Writer

Congratulations to the Little Eagle Midget Football Team. They are heading to the Superbowl this weekend. This past Saturday they beat the Salamanca Warriors in a close 7-6 game. Good luck this weekend! Unfortunately the Little Eagle PeeWees lost to the Randolph Raiders in a 26-24 Double Overtime game. Thanks for the great season and we all can’t wait for next year.

Broadband Update

something like a well drilling company might be appropriate. However, he emphasized that currently he has no idea what type of business might want to move in, adding he’s working from a “blank slate.” Northrup said he was asking the boards opinion because he wants to “promote something that’s promotable.” The board responded that as long as a business being considered fits under general commercial, there should be no problem, and that other types of businesses might need a nonconforming use permit. SUBDIVISION ON POVERTY HILL

Mr. Andrew Gow of Nussbaumer and Clark addressed the board on behalf of some developers from Montreal with preliminary plans to create a subdivision on Poverty Hill Road. They are proposing an 1,100 acre subdivision at the north end of Poverty Hill. The development will be called Blueberry Lake, and will include a manmade lake. The top of the hill will be community area and will include tennis courts, and possibly a pool. The area includes See PLANNING page 9

CCIDA Meeting

Development Agency Elects Officers; Signs Off on Development in Machias By John Thomas Staff Writer The Cattaraugus County Industrial Development Agency has elected it officers for 2013, they are: Chairman – Mr. Thomas Bulfamante, First Vice Chairman – Mr. Joesph Higgins, Second Vice Chairman – Mr. Salvarore Marranca, Secretary – Mr. Gregory Fitzpatrick, First Assistant Secretary

– Mr. Brent Driscoil, Treasurer – Mr. Joseph Eade, Director – Mrs. Crystal Abers. The officers were elected by voice vote. WIND FARM INSTALLATION PROBLEMS On hand for the meeting was Mr. John Hare of The Town of Allegheny. He described the current problems with in installation of a wind turbine farm in the town. He said the project has moved “in negative direction” due

to a lawsuit brought by Everpower against the Town of Allegheny. Due to the litigation he was unable to give any details of the dispute, but assured “the town did nothing to breach the agreement.” BEAR CREEK PROJECT IN MACHIAS Executive Director Corey Wiktor handed out copies of the SEQR See CCIDA page 9

Beer & Wine Festival : November 10, 2012 : Ellicottville, NY

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the wee ones empty their pillow cases and count their loot, there’s no doubt the village will have more than its fair share of slightly more mature revelers and lunatics, also dressed in a wide (and sometimes very strange) array of frightening garb. If you’ve never been to Balloons on Halloween night, you are really missing out. And don’t forget to visit our good friends over at Sommerville Valley’s “Nightmare Hayride.” Just the ticket to get you in the spirit of things, (pun intended). So, dear readers, the last weekend of October can hold a lot of fun for folks of all ages. Pull out something interesting, put it on, and c’mon downtown! Happy Halloween, y’all! Until next week …JZ

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Real cedar chalet with a stunning views! 2 acs sits on a slight slope. Cathedral ceilings, FP, tile in the bathrooms. Near Ellicottville, skiing and nightlife. 3 bedrooms. Furnished. $129,900

real pleasure for those of us who relish the crisp weather, the blue skies and the gorgeous palate of colors one can only find in the Enchanted Mountains. And now? We’re down to one last weekend – one last fling for fall. The transition to November can be a rough one, so you better saddle up and come on in to Ellicottville this weekend to see some sights of a different variety. I speak, of course, of the trick or treaters. Halloween falls on a Wednesday night this year, and the early evening hours are for the little ones to parade from house to house, busily collecting candy while dressed as their favorite animal, vegetable or cartoon. Later in the evening, while

Congratulations to the Little Eagle Midget Football Team. They are heading to the Superbowl this weekend. This past Saturday they beat the Salamanca Warriors in a close 7-6 game. Good luck this weekend! Unfortunately the Little Eagle PeeWees lost to the Randolph Raiders in a 26-24 Double Overtime game. Thanks for the great season and we all can’t wait for next year. Follow the Little Eagles on Facebook at (Photos: ECS Sports Boosters)

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Hunting Expo at SAC

Seneca Allegany Events Center Hosts Hunting Expo This Weekend

w SALAMANCA, NY – The , Seneca Allegany Events Center l plays host to the first-ever f Hunting Expo this weekend, s from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on n Saturday, Oct. 27, and from 9 y a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. g 28. The event promises to offer o something for everyone, from , the sportsman to the collector. The Hunting Expo features r the latest in archery, firearms, e sporting goods and fishing ” equipment from 160 dealers and e experts inside a 20,000 squarefoot exposition space.  A pistol t a . , !

permit clerk will be on site and com. guests will have opportunities Concerts resume at Seneca to buy, sell and trade items. Allegany Events Center in The event also includes $9,000 November, with country in prize giveaways on Sunday sensation Gary Allan from 2 to 4 p.m., including performing Nov. 3, legendary a $3,000 Liberty gun safe, a Canadian rock band The $3,000 guided hunt and gift Tragically Hip performing Nov. certificates.   Winners must be 17 and country icon Brenda present to claim prizes. Lee performing five holiday The cost to enter the Hunting shows from Nov. 28 to Dec. Expo is $8 per person.  More 2.  Tickets for the shows are information is available by available at all Seneca Casino contacting Jim Buck, show box offices,, chairman, at 716-569-6810 or all Ticketmaster locations, or by visiting www.yorkpennshows. phone at 800-745-3000.

Legion Halloween Party Community Party October 31

This year again the Rotary Club of Ellicottville, Foundation for Youth and The American Legion sponsor a community Halloween party at the American Legion on Maples

Road in Ellicottville. On Wednesday October 31st from 6:00 to 8:00 PM your kids will have the opportunity to Trick or Treat at a safe indoor location. Games, hay rides and scary fun

for the whole family, with candy and other treats for the kids! This party is free to all and has established itself as the place to be on Halloween for kids of all ages. Please join us for the fun.

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Lake ECS Night Halloween at theParade Movies October 31 Starting At Noon

Come and enjoy a movie on the big screen with friends and family! All movies are FREE and are shown from both sides of the Floating Stage. Sound broadcast on 104.9 FM Enjoy some freshly popped popcorn and refreshments along beautiful Chautauqua Lake! What a wonderful way to spend a summer evening! (Rain dates for all movies are on Wednesdays)

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Village Merchants Beware! Princesses, Superheros, and Ghouls will be arriving from ECS to parade down the street beginning at Noon on Wednesday, October 31.

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The Villager is a free weekly publication serving Ellicottville and surrounding communities, compliments of our advertisers. The views expressed within the publication do not necessarily reflect those of the Publisher or of the advertisers. The contents of The Villager cannot be reproduced without written consent from the Publisher. This includes, but is not limited to, articles, photographs, artwork and ad design. Comments and story ideas may be submitted to: or PO Box 178, Ellicottville, NY 14731. The Villager is a Zimmer Media Publication.

Publisher Jeanine Zimmer Office Manager Alex Obenauer Office Assistant Melissa Atkinson Layout / Design Jeanine Zimmer & Alex Obenauer Photographers Gary Kinn, Bob Knab, John Thomas, Kristy Koebel Distributors Vince & Sandy Worster, Ben Franklin (aka JL Little)

Italian Fisherman Showing: - July 31 - 8:30 - 11pm October 31 Trick or TreatRatatouille Hours in Ellicottville frompm 6-9pm

Allegany Lake Night Halloween at the Movies Party Italian FishermanSupport Showing: Our Ratatouille Troops October - July 31 27 - 8:30 pm - 11pm

From 1-5pm, at the Allegany Community Center.

Games, costume contest, music,

Support Our Troops Halloween Party-Allegany refreshments. Admission is $3.00, or items that can be packed in a care package that will be sent to overseas Oct 27, 2012 1:00pmtroops - 5:00pm More info: Call Trena at 378-4925, or Dena, at 777-2735

Local Woman Hits Jackpot Congratulations Marla Smith From Salamanca, NY from SG&E

Marla Smith from Salamanca, NY hit a jackpot on Friday, October 19th, 2012 in the Game Room at Seneca Gaming and Entertainment in Salamanca, NY! Marla walked away with $2,250.00 for her jackpot on the “Total Meltdown” machine. Congratulations Marla! Our facility offers great entertainment for everyone! We provide high stakes bingo, over 250 gaming machines,

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Elkdale C.C. Events

Couples Fall Fling 9 Hole Alternate Show

Hole In One

Jeff Criley, hole #9 164 Left: Gross Winners Karl and Jill Northrup - 43; Right: Net yards with a hybrid club, on Winners Mark Halftown and Jessica Golley 34 Thursday October 18

Halloween Party October 31 At The American Legion

October 31 from 6 to 8 pm. Sponsored by the Ellicottville Rotary Club and the Ellicottville American Legion. Candy Donations can be made to David Blanchard. Call 474-7024.

Christmas In Ellicottville : November 23-25, 2012 : Ellicottville, NY

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Halloween Earthquake Hosted By Bradford Hospital Auxiliary October 27

Costumed guests at the 1st Annual Halloween Earthquake.

Bradford Regional Medical Center and the Bradford Hospital Auxiliary announce the Second Annual Halloween Earthquake.

This shaking good time will be held Saturday, October 27, 2012 at the Pennhills Club, located at 146 Pennhills Drive, Bradord, PA. Tickets are $30

each and can be purchased by calling 814-362-8582; or via email at The Earthquake features live music by the Earthquakers, costume prizes, drink specials, a cash bar, “Spooktacular” punch, and great munchies. The Earthquakers are a traditional rock and roll band featuring Jacob Byler, Seth Byler, Isaiah Work and Micah Shetler. New this year will be a pumpkin auction featuring 80 pumpkins carved by students from Bradford Area High School. The pumpkins will signify the 80 year anniversary celebration of the Bradford Hospital Auxiliary and be given away at the end of the evening. Proceeds from this annual event benefit the Auxiliary Healthcare Scholarship Fund.

Opening Reception

O Brother, Where Art Thous Works by Wintermantel Family Cattaraugus County Arts Council will be displaying works by the WIntermantel family at the JCC Cattaraugus County Campus in Olean from November 2 through December 13, 2012. Opening reception is on Friday, November 2 from 6 to 8 pm. Free and open to the public at The Wintermantel family has made a lasting impression on

this region’s creative economy through their contributions to graphic design, fine art, and community involvement. Copley Master Mikel Wintermantel studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and locally with Cole Young. He is renowned for his luminous landscapes, which are shown and collected internationally. Dan Wintermantel’s intensely

creative graphic illustrations have been published in national magazines, have received several ADDY awards, and are collected and revered as the pinnacle of what digital art can be. Brothers by birth and united in creativity, their individual works will be shown for the first time together along with a selection of new collaborative paintings.

Christmas Stroll Coming To Evl December 1

Experience a very unique, old-fashioned holiday season celebration with the Christmas Stroll. There are many events throughout the day including Santa’s arrival. The day is concludes with a Living Nativity so authentic you’ll be amazed. The kids love the live camel and the Reindog parade!

The Lustre Kings Return The Lustre Kings Return To Balloons Halloween Night At 8PM

Mark Gamsjager and the Lustre Kings play rock and roll the right way. The powerhouse Albany NY combo has wowed crowds at Manhattan’s Rodeo Bar, Seattle’s Tractor Tavern and all points in-between; and they’ve done it with uncommon fervor, commitment and flair. The Gretsch-toting Gamsjager draws from a deeper well than most roots rock acts, giving his music a breadth and depth while still keeping the bar hopping and the dance floor filled. In addition to their own dates, Mark Gamsjager and the Lustre Kings have also accompanied Wanda Jackson, the Queen of Rockabilly, for over five years, and frequently work with other seasoned artists like Bill Kirchen, Eddie Angel and Robert Gordon. Jackson says, “I have worked with many bands around the world through the years, and none are better than Mark Gamsjager and the Lustre Kings. Their fine showmanship and musical ability make them the greatest in my book. THEY ROCK!!” The Lustre Kings’ new, appropriately-titled long-player “Way Out There” (Wild Boar

Records) is their fourth and finest effort. In his liner notes for the album, six-string wizard Deke Dickerson says, “Like a fine wine, the Lustre Kings just get better with each passing year, and this new album has the seasoned bouquet and nutty aftertastes that won’t leave you disappointed.” And one-name-only Really Rockabilly reviewer, Kitti, says, a little more seriously than old Deke, “There is a rockin’ rhythm throughout the album which perfectly unites all the songs. You have a feeling of traveling in time through America, and the Lustre Kings’ time machine will show you the way out of the present and introduce you to doo-wop, country, hillbilly, bop and wild rock’n’roll, and then bring you back to rockabilly.” As noted, “Way Out There” is the fourth full-length platter from the band. The group’s righteous Cacophone debut album, “Mark Gamsjager Rocks & The Lustre Kings Roll,” was a travelogue of great American rock and roll, with tunes from legends like Gene Vincent and Ronnie Self, as well as from contemporaries like Commander Cody’s Billy C. Farlow and the aforementioned Los Straitjackets’ guitar strangler, Eddie Angel.’s Stephen Prisco called the record a keeper, saying “While most rockabilly bands seem to be content with just recreating the sound of classic records from years ago, the Lustre Kings have captured the spirit of that era, tapping into what made those records and artists so great in the first place.”

The Lustre Kings’ sophomore effort, “Once a King, Always a King,” upped the ante with even more “hot boppin’ rockabilly action,” prompting the Berkshire Eagle to proclaim “The Lustre Kings dig deep into early rock and related styles, steering away from a greatest-hits oldies approach, preferring to connect the dots among such unlikely musical bedfellows as Conway Twitty, Peanuts Wilson, Link Wray and Duke Ellington (they even render a surf-guitar version of the Duke’s “Caravan”).” And the killer third album, “That’s Showbiz,” the first on the Lustre Kings’ own Wild Boar Records label, caused The Beat to rave “Gamsjager remembers when “rock ‘n’ roll” actually used to signify something, and his band sounds like it just left Sun Studios yesterday.” The Lustre Kings have a devoted international fan base and they continue to tear up the road every year, performing over 150 dates annually and appearing regularly at events like the Viva Las Vegas Festival (Las Vegas NV), the Heritage Folk Festival (Bangor ME) and the Rockin 50s Fest (Green Bay WI) as well as at famed haunts like the Continental Club (Austin TX), The Sutler (Nashville TN), The Starr Bar (Atlanta GA), The Hi-Tone (Memphis TN), Johnny D’s (Somerville MA), The Big C Jamboree at Martyr’s (Chicago IL) and, of course, the Mid-City Lanes Rock ‘n’ Bowl (New Orleans LA). Creative Loafing got it right when they said, “The Lustre Kings have a sound so powerful it leaves listeners hungry for more.”

Exercise classes at Library The Ellicottville Memorial Library has a variety of exercise classes being offered throughout the week. Please call or stop by the library for a list of dates and times.

LIVE @ BALLOONS Little Sister - Friday, October 26th, 7-11PM Black & Blues Band - Saturday, October 27th, 6-10PM

Lustre Kings Return Halloween Night Wednesday, Oct. 31st @ 8 PM!! • $200 best costume

Saturday October 27th!

Cash prizes $200 best Costume, $200 sexiest and $100 worst!

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The Lustre Kings Return To Balloons Halloween Night!

Wednesday, Oct. 31st @ 8 PM!! •

Gary Allan : November 3, 2012 : Seneca Allegany Casino

$200 best costume

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Special Events Meeting

Kody Sprague Development

Future of Fall Festival Debated

Story by e John Thomas a Staff Writer n y e Responding to public concerns eabout problems at this year’s kFall Festival, Special Events gchair Patra Lowes invited the spublic and business owners tto the committee’s meeting yMonday morning. About 10 ycitizens attended the meeting as kwell as several representatives In yfrom law enforcement. ngeneral everyone agreed that during the day problems were ,minimal, but at night the mood nof the crowd shifted perceptibly rto an atmosphere of heavy tdrinking and rowdy behavior. sMayor Coolidge acknowledged ythe shift, “the crowd we get after d6:00pm; I don’t know where tthey come from.” Several of the citizens made comments along athe lines that Fall Festival used eto be a family oriented event, pbut over the years has shifted gaway from its art show roots. dJohn Northrup agreed, saying, s“We are definitely headed in a ldirection that is not good.” A erestaurant manager pointed out, dyears ago people spent money at ythe event, but added the people swho want to buy things and eat nat the restaurants are staying ,away. Miguel Azcarate, owner ,of Mud Sweat and Gears said, ,“My business doesn’t really ,benefit from the thing (Fall sFestival).” He went on to point eout that Peak ‘N Peak has a fall lfestival that attracts families and doesn’t seem to have nearly the tproblems of Ellicottville. e l r

Other problems were mentioned, Betsy from Hoagies said she had found several women urinating on the patio behind their restaurant. Other people complained of fights, rowdiness and loud music throughout the village. The mayor pointed out that 64 busloads of people arrived and many of them had started drinking on the bus. It was pointed out that several business owners allowed parking in the alley behind their stores, blocking emergency vehicle access. In general, most comments concerned the crowds on Washington. The mayor repeated his comment from the Village Board meeting, “There is a ticking time bomb on Main Street.” POLICE RESPONSE The police representatives responded to the rumors and letters in the papers. They said there was “no case where anybody got mugged.” But, they did mention there was an assault on 219 and one fight that is under investigation. In all, they recorded only 30 police and EMS calls over the weekend, some of which included home alarms. They said there were only eight police complaints. To the charge that police were only seen in the Main Street area, they said they had been asked to concentrate on the village, but that patrols had gone to outside areas. They pointed out that if people are “getting hammered” inside a bar or on private property, there is little they can do. They did point out

most of the bars were trying to keep patrons from taking open containers onto the streets. POSSIBLE SUGGESTIONS There were a number of positive suggestions made improve the event. No one at the meeting seemed to feel that Fall Festival should be ended. One suggestion was made to “reset” the festival by not having it next year and then re-establishing it with changes made to control the crowds. But most people felt that changes should be made in next year’s event. One involved having a volunteer greet each bus as it pulls into town. They would explain to the passengers the open container laws, and other rules, but if a single visitor seems to be drunk, the bus would be turned around. Someone suggested not closing the streets, and spreading the events over a wider area. Others suggested eliminating the beer tents and live music, or stopping alcohol at midnight. There was a suggestion of a temporary detention area, where inebriated people would be given a “time out” to drink some coffee and have chance to sober up. In the end it was Patra Lowes who seemed to sum the feelings of the group. She said that Fall Festival “should not go away, but should be revamped.” Ms. Lowes invited any member of the public to send suggestions to the Village office addressed to her. Another person was heard to say, “if we all work together we can solve this.” At this point the committee went into executive session.

Local Art at Library

Local artwork on display – the gallery area of the library currently has artwork on display by Judy Leasure, pastel artist from Smethport, PA. Judy specializes in custom pet portraits however she chose a variety of subjects to display this month. Stop by the library and check out these amazing pieces of art.

A Look Into The New Development

It’s almost time for bowling in Ellicottville! Kody Sprague has his construction crews working feverishly to get Tim and Bonnies Pizza and Bowling alleys up and running in time for a hoped for grand opening in a couple weeks. Sprague is the owner of the former Nannen Bat factory complex off Elizabeth Street in Ellicottville and is in the process of renovating it into a multi-use retail/restaurant/office facility. He’s also quite busy getting leased space ready for a number of other tenants who have signed on in recent weeks. Check back next week for the full update.

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Architectural Spotlight Contemporary Standout

Story and Photos By John Thomas Staff Writer You might wonder what a contemporary home like this is doing in a ski town. Not that it’s out of place; in fact it looks perfectly at home perched on a wooded hillside. Its stone and clapboard facade setting a nice counterpoint to the fall colors. Going through the front door it’s easy to expect a wood and stone interior, but what you will find are the sleek stylish lines of chrome and wood, natural hardwood floors, and earth toned wall coverings. Gone is any suggestion of: chalet, cabin, lodge, hut, or shack. Instead you’ll find a glistening contemporary home that would fit in an urban landscape as well as it fits here. The main floor is great example of the new trend of home design.

Energy inefficient great rooms have given way to smaller open areas that combine the kitchen, dining room, and a small living area in compact space. Handsome bamboo flooring is under foot and a fireplace warms the room. Just past the dining area the is an efficient kitchen. Stainless steel appliances are set off by the attractive Tree Frog cabinets. A brown marble work counter and breakfast bar divides the space. The covered deck off this floor seems suspended in the trees. Past the half bath is the laundry, and the entrance to the finished garage. The focal point for this level is the open wood and chrome staircase that goes to the two other floors. Its a testament to the homes urban roots. Upstairs is a loft that looks down on the floor below. There are two bedrooms, a full bath, and two master suites each with

their own bath. Both suites are good sized as are their baths. On the ground floor is a large family room with a pool table, wet bar, and wide screen TV. Down the hall is a steam room with sitting area plus a multi head shower area shower. There is also a 1/2 bath on this floor plus one on the main level. Sliding glass doors open to the ground level patio. To the left is a fire pit, and to the right a pad all set for a hot tub. The home is built with frame foam insulated walls that offer an R51 insulation rating, and uses Anderson Series 400 windows, so despite its citified pedigree, it’s ready for ski country. Seeing as how it’s only a stones throw from HoliMont and downtown Ellicottville, its a good thing. For more information about this property contact David Blanchard Licensed Associate Broker and Holiday Valley Realty Co. Inc. 716-474-7024.

The contemporary lines of the back exterior reflect the latest in building designs. The large covered decks are supported by stone columns.

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(Pictured Left to Right) 1. The downstairs family room has a pool table, wet bar, and access to the outside patio. 2. The master bath has a large walk in shower, and this unique bath tub.

(Pictured Left to Right) 1. The focal point of the main floor is the chrome and wood stairway. It connects the upper and lower floors. The dining area is on the right with the kitchen in the background. A fireplace is at the other end of the room. 2. Stainless steel appliances, marble counter tops, and Tree Frog cabinets, give the kitchen a contemporary, sleek look.. 3. The upstairs features two master bedrooms, this is the larger of the two.

Beer and Wine Festival

Christmas In Ellicottville

Holiday Valley Resort, the Ellicottville Brewing Company and Southern Tier Brewery will host the 9th Annual Beer and Wine Festival at Holiday Valley’s Yodeler Lodge on Saturday, November 10, 2012 from 3:30 to 7:30 PM. Guests will be able to sample a variety of handcrafted beers from over 30 of the best New York State and American craft breweries and wines from New York, Southern Ontario and Ellicottville vintners. Live music by Big Leg Emma!

This Christmas wonderland begins on Friday, November 23rd. The Village of Ellicottville, a Norman Rockwell painting in the making, will be the background for beautiful strolling choirs harmonizing all our favorite Christmas carols. The smell of hot chocolate, hot apple cider and the decorated windows in this historic 19th century village will bring back thoughts of a Christmas past. As the daylight comes to an end a spectacle unlike any other will appear as the village of Ellicottville comes to life in white Christmas lights and the three story tall Christmas tree is lit up. Throughout the event, activities will include Christmas carolers, reindeer, hot-chocolate,cookie decorating, horse and wagon rides as well as Fire Truck rides with Santa.

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Inside Business Track Dr. David DiMarco

Mr. & Mrs. Dr. DiMarco have been serving the community since they moved here from Pittsburgh.

If you visit the area, you probably recognize these faces. If you live in the area, you probably enjoy their company. If you are friends with Anna and Dr. DiMarco, you know their involvement with their patients, friends and community. Anna DiMarco, assistant to her husband in the hospital system helps him organize his day and clients’ needs. They met in Pittsburgh before seeking a move to the area and were immediately welcomed by the Olean General

Hospital. Dr. DiMarco’s vast scope of practice is amazing; he might be able to help you. This is who Dr. DiMarco is and what he does: Welcome Dr. David DiMarco to the neighborhood: Olean General Hospital’s and the Bradford Regional Hospital’s Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery Board Certified Doctor. Dr. David DiMarco has been serving the community since 1986. He is a native of Western New York and a graduate from Albany Medical College in 1979 and completed his training at Buffalo General Hospital. He is certified by the American Board of Thoracic Surgery and has 25 years of private practice experience including 20 years of open-heart surgery. During this time he has performed more than 7,000 major cardiac, vascular, and thoracic surgeries, and over 2,000 minimally invasive surgeries. He proudly cares for the patients of Olean General Hospital and Bradford Regional Hospital under the direction of Timothy Finan CEO, who had the foresight to recruit Dr. DiMarco from the Pittsburgh area to our vicinity.

Dr. DiMarco has 4 convenient locations to suit your needs: Olean – 528 North Barry Street (716) 375-7361; Lakewood – 69 East Fairmount Avenue (716) 763-0311; Warren – 2 Crescent Park West (814) 723-4560 and Bradford – 116 Interstate Parkway, Suite 31 (814) 3622060. Dr. DiMarco specializes in: POOR CIRCULATION • Operations on the obstruction of large arteries, which cause lack of blood supply (these blockages are mostly found in the lower body.) He has helped many with revascularization helping to prevent amputation. He has a large success rate at limb salvage surgery even with patients with previous failed attempts or declined by other surgeons. LUNG CANCER •Operations on the heart, lungs, esophagus, and other organs in the chest. VARICOSE VEINS •Non-surgical varicose vein treatment Dr. DiMarco works with patients, in-hospital and outpatients consultations immediately. To learn more about Dr. DiMarco log on to:

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Up Close & Personal Joanne Timkey

By Paul Royer The old saying is that beauty is only skin deep but the Ellicottville Oasis Spa goes beyond the surface and provides treatments that are good for the whole body and soul. It is also widely believed that a good way to cultivate inner beauty is to help others. Joanne Timkey the proprietor of the spa is doing just that with her plan to donate makeup and skin care products to the Kathleen Mary House, a nonprofit organization in Blasdell, New York that provides a safe, nurturing transitional environment for victims of domestic violence. When asked about what motivated this selfless act, Ms. Timkey simply stated, “Its heartwarming to be able to donate to such a worthy cause.” Giving to those in need

is heart-healthy too. You can also help by making donations of your own. More information can be found at kathleenmary. org. The Ellicottville Oasis Spa has been a local fixture since 2004 specializing in massage therapy, hot stone massage, therapeutic/ sports massage, pre-natal massage, high-performance facials, body treatments, waxing and hair removal, mineral makeup and manicures and pedicures. Their mission is to provide an escape, an oasis from the everyday stress of life, to enhance health and vitality. There are nine treatment rooms, highly trained professionals all licensed by the state and an unmistakable air of relaxation. More information can be found at and Ms. Timkey can be reached at (716) 699-8996.

Joanne Timkey the proprietor of the spa is donating makeup and skin care products to the Kathleen Mary House, a non-profit organization in Blasdell, New York that provides a safe, nurturing transitional environment for victims of domestic violence.

CCAC Exhibition

2nd Annual 5x7 Exhibition And Sale Fundraiser At 6pm on Nov. 17, the Cattaraugus County Arts Council will open its doors at 100 Main Street in Allegany for the vent of the year, our second annual 5x7 Exhibition and Sale fundraiser. The CCAC walls will be embellished with hundreds of dazzling, multicolored, easyto-frame 5” x 7” works of art hung in a must-be-seen grid. For only $10 at the door, attendees will be treated to appetizers by Sheila Darrow and happy hour refreshments as they vie for their favorites to take home for their own viewing pleasure or as one-

of-a kind gifts. Each piece will sell for $25. To level the playing field, all work will be displayed anonymously in order for supporters to purchase works for pure pleasure. Of course, artists will identify themselves on the back of each work. Attendees who want to ensure getting their top choice can purchase a firstpick ticket. CCAC is selling just 30 of the first-pick tickets for $50 (includes admission). Each firstpick buyer will have one minute to claim their favorite pieces for $25 us, this will be a great investment, plus making

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I just finished watching the third and final Presidential debate and I have to tell ya, I’m exhausted. Actually, I watched it online the following morning because, to be honest with you, Monday Night Football felt a little less brutal to me than the staged cockfights that pass for debates these days.  Seriously, what was once a forum on the issues of the day has devolved into a raging battle of who can “out zing” his opponent and interrupt the most times.  During the first debate in 1960 it all came down to appearance.  Kennedy looked young, handsome and ready for the task at hand.  Nixon?  Well he looked like a pasty Ellicottville Octoberfest casualty making the “walk-of-shame” on Sunday morning.  These days it’s about insults and sloganeering.  It’s about shaming your opponent into submission.  It’s reality TV at its finest.      Scattered throughout the three debates there were, however, some nuggets of real information being tossed about.  We learned a few things that I already knew or

suspected to be true. One party, Romney’s total ignorance about it seems, has accepted the fact the face and changing nature of that it’s a changing world and modern warfare is shocking and adjustments need to be made.  should set off alarm bells across The other party?  Well, they’re the nation.  For a candidate still Republicans.  It will always to believe that we need more be the 80’s to them.  Reagan battleships to fight Jihadists will always be a saint and the and tin-pot third world dictators Russians are getting ready to is insane.  We need a lighter, take over the world with their faster military that can respond massive military might.  Mitt on a moments notice anywhere Romney is no different. in the world.  If we’ve learned      For Romney this race has anything from modern warfare been all about the economy. it should be the fact that the Cuts must be made and the mightiest military force in the budget must be balanced.  Even world means nothing when you PBS, with it’s miniscule amount cant see your enemy. of Government funding will be      Two Trillion Bucks!  That gone.  This is literally his entire number illustrates the GOP campaign.  Then, during the mindset.  Education?  Slash it. third and final debate, Romney, Medicaid?  Gone.  Medicare? in full time-warp mode, tosses Vouchers.  Poor folks?  Make out the fact that he wants to them fend for themselves. increase military spending Massive corporations and by two-trillion dollars!  Two big business?  Cut their taxes trillion!  Do you know who and spoon feed them.  Why? calls this idea ridiculous?  The Because they supply the Military!  They didn’t ask for Military Industrial complex nor do they need a two trillion that Eisenhower warned us dollar budget increase.  When about.  Nothing Mitt Romney or asked where this massive the extreme Right Wing of the increase in spending would Republican Party talks about has come from Romney, as usual, anything to do with the welfare dodged the question.   of the average American.  It’s      Romney, like the rest of the all about profit margin.  It’s all GOP, is stuck in a time when two about keeping fat-cats fat and massive armies faced each other rich folks rich.  While prolonged across a vast ocean.  His main war sucks at our overall talking point during this portion economy there will always be of the debate was that our navy a few folks that profit from currently has fewer ships then it it.  Who do those folks donate did in 1917.  Obama pointed out money to during elections?  The that our military also has fewer candidate that promises more horses and bayonets then it did military contracts.  Romney’s in 1917 illustrating the fact that military budget is that of a a changing world must dictate poorly disguised war-profiteer. the shape of our military.  Most They had fewer of those in 1917 of the ships we used during also. WW1 were troop transports Questions or Comment… email because we had no other way Doug at: shakedowndoug@ to get our boys overseas.


Breast Health The Natural Way

By Lilian D. Dirito, C.N.H.P. Certified Natural Health Professional Holistic Wellness Coach

Statistics show that unless we start making important changes in our lifestyle, one in EIGHT women will get breast cancer. According to some researchers, one of the main concepts we need to learn is that breast cancer is primarily an estrogendependant cancer. That means, it is triggered by exposure to excessive amounts of estrogen, not just estrogen our body produces, but environmental chemicals that mimic estrogens. So, the first step is to keep these negative estrogens also called “xenoestrogens” in check. It is also very important to have a healthy diet by eating organic fruits and vegetables, and avoiding meat and chicken treated with hormones and antibiotics. Estrogens are commonly fed to dairy cattle and chicken to increase milk and egg production, this is in addition to pesticides residues that wind up in these foods. Another source of xenoestrogens based on Steve Horne’s research, is plastics. Some examples are soft plastic

toys, soft plastic containers, and water bottles. There are also xenoestrogens in some laundry detergents, household cleaning products, shampoos, perfumes and cosmetics. Your body has natural means of defense to destroy excess estrogens. The liver is one of the main organs in charge of breaking down these toxins. You might think, then let the liver do its work! However it is not that simple, because the liver has more than 500 different functions, it gets over worked and when it gets full of toxins it is hard to get them out of the body. For the liver to be able to detoxify it needs to get good nutrition to function properly. Foods high in sulfur are very important, like garlic, onions and cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, kale, mustard greens and turnips. There is also a sulfur compound as a supplement from cruciferous vegetables called Indole-3 Carbinol that is particularly helpful in breaking down excess estrogens. It can be used as a supplement by women wishing to reduce their risk of breast cancer, for fighting breast cancer and other ailments caused by excess estrogen like hot flashes before and during menopause. Herbal liver cleanses such as All Cell Detox and Enviro-Detox can also help the body breaking down not only xenoestrogens, but other chemicals as well. It is important to nurture your body with pH balance nutrients and antioxidants, like Ultimate Nature’s Harvest, Green Zone and Thai-go or Super Orac. You also need good fats in your body from nuts, avocados, deep ocean fish and coconut oil, or supplement with Flax Seed Oil, Krill Oil or Super Omega

3. New research shows the importance of supplementing with Vitamin D. Researchers at the University Of Rochester Medical Center followed 155 breast cancer patients months before and after surgery. Low vitamin D levels were seen in the presence of biomarkers of aggressive tumors.  Women with triple-negative tumors were three times as likely to have low vitamin D levels when compared with other breast cancers.  The best ways to increase your vitamin D levels is to absorb the sun’s rays and to consume it through food and high quality supplements. Also enhance the health of your breast by making sure your glandular system is working properly and your hormones are balanced. For starters, experts recommend getting an adequate intake of iodine. The thyroid is the bigger user of this awesome nutrient. The second user is your breasts. Natural sources of iodine may help women with breast cysts as well. Iodine can be found in supplements like Kelp, Dulse and concentrated Black Walnut. I personally like the herbal combination Master Gland; it has these nutrients and more to support the entire glandular system. Pro-G-Yam, a progesterone cream helps to balance hormones and block the action of xenoestrogens. For more information please call Nature’s Remedy in Ellicottville at 716-699-4372 or visit www.natures-remedy. net E-mail: naturesremedy@ The information found on this article is for educational purposes only to empower people with knowledge to take care of their own health. We disclaim any liability if the reader uses or prescribes any remedies, natural or otherwise, for him/herself or another.

New Display at Library

New Display - The Chautauqua Cattaraugus Library System received a grant through the Susan G. Komen for the Cure organization to purchase library materials. The Ellicottville Library received 32 books, 5 DVDs, 1 book on CD and a variety of handouts on breast cancer and cancer in general. These items are currently on display and are available to be checked out of the library.

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parts of the old Ellicottville and Concord Ski Clubs. They will create about 24, five-acre lots and will establish a road from Poverty Hill into the property. Currently their plans call for the road to end at the Mansfield town line. There was mention of a New York State resolution that discourages establishing


Cont. From Cover review for The Woods at Bear Creek project. The proposal is to refurbish an old campground in Machias. Phase one of the project needs only a SEQR review, as the work planed consists mostly of renovating the existing cabins. Phase two of the plan may need a DEC review as it is more ambitious. The CCIDA found no significant environmental impact with phase one.

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and Chautauqua Counties. He says that while most libraries have access to wifi, funding under a Southern Tier West grant application could provide funding for libraries to upgrade their electronic equipment, such as new computers, new servers, and new I-pads. Zink explained that the intent is to expand broadband service to areas where satellite is the only option. Small businesses, residences, not-for-profits, and agriculture would benefit, according to Zink. SURVEY PRODUCERS and FARMERS Discussion is also continuing on a Local Foods program and establishing a food hub. Zink calls the effort a “work in progress.” He explains, “The study for which we are funded looks to really pin down what size and capacity a food hub should look like in our region. There are lots of questions to be answered, such as where it would be located, and the business structure needed to make it successful. We’ll try to lay a framework so people can

have some data, and use that to proceed in the way that they want to create one (a food hub), or not.” Southern Tier West plans to survey producers and farmers, and the needs of institutions like schools and hospitals. “If you sell (local food) to a school or a hospital, it needs to be packaged or sorted a certain way, and identified in a certain way. All that information needs to be available to producers, so they can do it properly and have a market into which they can expand.” Zink says more and more farmers and institutions are seeing the benefit of local foods, not only for security, but for other issues such as transportation. “And it really helps the local economy.” Zink says that keeping the money local can be substantial, given the amount of money spent on food by institutions and individuals across the threecounty region served by the Southern Tier West Regional Planning and Development Board. The next board meeting is scheduled for Thursday, December 20th.

too many dead end roads. One member of the board expressed a desire to see the road extended into Mansfield. Of more concern to the board was the fact that the developers do not currently own the land in question, and shouldn’t that prevent them from approaching the board with plans. However, it was pointed out that a letter from the land owners is enough to allow the developers to proceed. Mark Alianellio pointed out that the project is “exactly what you want in a LD (Low Density housing)

zone.” Mr. Gow stated that the developers still have a long way to go in formulating plans, and acquiring the property, but at this time they were looking for the boards opinion. One of the board members commented, “I see no reason to discourage them.” GLEN BURN TRAIL In other business it was reported that the developers of the Glen Burn Trail are amending their master plan, and will come back to the board in November or December.

CLOSING OF DAL-TILE IN OLEAN The closing of the Dal-Tile plant came up for discussion. Mr. Wiktor said it still “stings” that the 99 year old company did not make it to 100 years. Mr. Diego Sirianni from Empire State Development commented that the closing had affected 174 families. He mentioned that the state is working with real estate agents to find a new tenant for the building. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR REPORT Mr. Wiktor gave his Executive Director report, among the things he mentioned were

positive publicity for the area in various venues: Northwest Ski Magazine rated Holiday Valley the number 6th ski resort in the East Coast, and various stories of local developments in area newspapers including The Villager. He mentioned work on a possible extension to the New York and Lake Erie railroad. He also extended “kudos” to Sprague Washington Square Development for their project to turn the old Bat Factory into a bowling alley, pizza parlor, and other establishments. At this point the board moved into executive session to talk about possible property disposition.

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County lawmakers voted to apply for a $1-million state grant to expand broadband service in the county. BROADBAND UPDATE Currently, the planning board is continuing work on the broadband project in Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Allegany Counties. Zink says the project is growing across the three-county region. He says the three counties are “constantly” talking about the need to get and utilize it, not only in villages, but in rural areas. “It needs to be addressed for a number of economic reasons across our region.” Zink notes that that the agency has addressed three broadband projects, which are nearly complete. An application for a fourth broadband project will involve libraries, and 27 communities in Cattaraugus

The resort began in 1957. A ski club was formed in Ellicottville in 1935, drawing visitors from Buffalo, Rochester and Cleveland. A few people decided to invest in a resort, and Holiday Valley is now ranked one of the

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Association. Hog-Shed Studio is located on Country Road 13 and you can contact the Huttons at 257-9549. From whittling as a boy to his life as a carpenter and wood artist today, Dug Stein - owner of WoodSwork - has been inspired by wood throughout his life. Using primarily locally harvested wood, Dug’s work includes handcrafted wooden figures, sculptures, reliefs, furniture and kitchen utensils. One of his more popular holiday items, you may find it hard to resist his quirky and captivating hand-carved Santas. Visit Dug at his shop located at 8253 Safford Road in East Otto, or call him at 257-9642. For more information about these inspirational artists and the Holiday Open House, visit the web site at www.eastotto. com.

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Road 13 in Otto, Robin Zefers Clark often uses local farms, family and friends as her subjects when creating watercolor paintings that depict life in rural western New York. You can contact Clark at 257-9790. Celebrating 30 years of business this year, Hog-Shed Studio Pottery is owned by husband-and-wife team Michael and Elliott Hutton. Every year, hundreds of satisfied customers return to Hog-Shed to add to their collections of original stoneware and porcelain pottery, handmade by the Huttons. Working out of their home-based studio, Elliott handles the more creative side of the business, making the glazes and creating each one-of-a-kind piece, while Michael has more of a support role, loading and firing the kiln and driving to art shows. Michael also happens to be the president of East Otto Country

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Music Classes at Library “Growing with Music” Class Wednesday Mornings for Children

Growing With Music Class – Classes will meet at the Library on Wednesday mornings from 10:00 am until 11:00 am. This music and movement class for preschool age children is designed to facilitate developmental skills through the magic of music. Children play various rhythm instruments, use their imagination and sing old-time favorites while sharing special moments with a parent. For more information, contact Terri Steinbar at 257-9619.

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Boy’s Varsity: Girl’s Varsity: Girl’s Swimming (With • October 18 – 6:00 PM vs West • October 18 – 6:00 PM vs Clymer Franklinville) : • October 19 – 6:00 PM @ Allegany Valley • October 19 – 7:00 PM @ Fillmore / Limestone • October 18 – 5:00 PM @ Silver Boy’s Junior Varsity: • October 19 – 5:00 PM vs Global Concepts Charter

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EMPLOYMENT FALLING WATERS SPA at Holiday Valley Looking for Licensed Massage Therapist and Licensed Nail Tech. Please call Brandy at 716-677-9700.

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The Silver Fox Steak House is looking for bartenders, hosts / hostesses and bussers. Please contact the restaurant at 699-4672 or stop by 23 Hughey Alley, Ellicottville for an application.   Seasonal Help Needed in Housekeeping Dept. Must be experienced, dependable and detailoriented. Able to work weekends. Call Telemark Motel at 699-4193.

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Help Wanted- Seasonal positions in, Snowmaking, General Maintenance and Lift Operators are available at HoliMont Ski Club, located in Ellicottville, New York. Please stop in for an application: HoliMont Inc., 6921 Route 242, Ellicottville, NY 14731. 716-699-4907. Applications calls accepted between 7:30AM – 3:00PM Monday – Friday 


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FOR RENT: Luxury 2-BR or 3-BR townhomes in Salamanca. Private entrances, FP, granite counters, Berber carpet, stainless steel appliances, washer, dryer, grounds keeping, snow removal, garbage included. Various lease lengths available. Prices range from $900 to $1,100 monthly. No pets. Call to set up your appointment today! Palmer Rentals, 716-945-1906.

October 27-28 October 25 Olean Theatre Workshop Presents Gun Show At The Seneca Allegany Events Center Twelve Angry Men Salamanca – Take aim at an Olean - In 1957 in a New York Court of Law, a 19-year-old man has just stood extensive showcase of hunting rifles, ammunition, archery products, trial for the fatal stabbing of his father outdoor gear and everything else -- a charge that carries a mandatory hunting. death sentence. October 26-28 and October 31 October 27 2012 Gowanda’s Historic Hollywood Stone Soup Day 2012 Theater is Haunted Salamanca - The Crosspatch is hosting Gowanda-Discover for yourself if a Stone Soup Day. Everyone brings something for the Pot Gowanda’s Historic Hollywood Theater is really Haunted. which is over an open fire and you get Stone Soup! November 2 Austrian Folk Music: Hans Wieland October 27 und die 43er Pumpkin Carving Contest At St. Bonaventure – This group from the Gowanda Harley-Davidson Gowanda – Bring your already carved mountains of Salzburg plays traditional pumpkin in from 8:30 am until 10am. Austrian folk music, including some Customers and employees will vote for original yodelers. From 7:30pm to 9pm. their favorite and you can win a $50 Gowanda Harley gift card.

November 2-4 2012 Psychic Fair Weekend at The Historic Dudley Hotel Salamanca - The upcoming annual Psychic Fair Weekend in Salamanca features psychics, spiritual healers, and tarot card readers, who may have the answers you seek. November 3-4 2012 Little Valley Volunteer Fire Dept. Fall Sportsmen’s Show Little Valley – 150 tables of merchandise including sporting goods, firearms, accessories, fishing equipment and game calls. November 3-4 East Otto Country Associates 2012 Holiday Open House Little Valley – East Otto Country has been offering quality handmade and homegrown treasures to the public for over two decades.

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For Rent in Ellicottville – 2 BR Furnished apartment with laundry room, long term or short-term, no smokers or pets. Please call – 649-6922 SEASONAL & FESTIVAL RENTAL - 3 bdrm, fully furnished, in the Village email - Phone - (905) 651-3342 or (905) 357-9163.

For Rent: 2 bedroom house in quiet location. 13 miles from Ellicottville. Rent $800 a month. Security deposit required. Call 716-942-3003. Seasonal Rental: $6000. 2 Bd, 1BA, FP, and WiFi. Views of the slopes. Family atmosphere. Great Ski Rental. (716) 307-0558 2 bedroom upstairs village apartment. Available November 1st. Year Round @ $575 per month or seasonal @ $5000 from Dec. 1 thru season end. Does not include utilities. Call 969-3946 Ski season rental. 4 bedrooms 2 baths. Sleeps 10. 2 blocks to downtown $8000 + utilities. Call 699-2734 Ski Season Rental: Brand New Cabin. 2 Bdrm, 1 full bath with laundry. Open floor plan. Large screen TV, gas fireplace, kitchen stocked. Very Efficient. 3 miles from Valley. Sleeps 6. Security Deposit. No smoking. No pets. Dec 15 – April 15. Call Dave H: 814-834-3035 or C: 814-594-2032 Chalet – 3 bedroom, clean, furnished, convenient location close to Holimont, dining, living, family rooms, 2 full bathrooms, 3 decks, 5 appl., $8,500 season, perfect for 1 or 2 families. Email Don9@ or call 416-226-0735

SERVICES AVAILABLE Furniture Repaired, Refinished Or Replicated: Machine Caning replaced. Custom Furniture Built To Your Desire. New! Home Theater Cabinets or Shelves Designed & Built. FIVE POINTS, 716-938-6315,, Visit for Photos.


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For Sale By Owner: Manufactured home in Sun Up Holiday Park. Walk to Downtown Ellicottville. Furnished, new kitchen, central air, major renovations in 2002. Take a virtual tour with $70,000 OBO. 716-244-7214

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE For Sale: 8ft truck bed cap. $200 or b/o. Call 969-3946 For Sale: Home sun tan bed. New bulbs. $600. Back stretching machine hang ups. $125. Call 699-2734


Garage Sale: Tools! Tools! Tools! 6681 Maples Road, Ellicottville. October 27 and 28. 716-6651212.

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Newly-Expanded Hotel Tower at Seneca Allegany Casino & Hotel

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One of Western New York’s best-kept secrets is about to take the spotlight. Officials with the Seneca Nation of Indians and Seneca Gaming Corporation met Wednesday to celebrate the newly-expanded hotel tower at Seneca Allegany Casino & Hotel in Salamanca, NY, as the first four floors open to the public. The $53 million project adds more than 30 jobs and 200 hotel rooms – further cementing the AAA Four Diamond Award–winning property as the ultimate getaway destination in New York’s Southern Tier Region. A tour of the new rooms and suites, complete with breathtaking views of the Allegany Mountains, will take place immediately following a brief press conference.

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