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UPCLOSE & PERSONAL: NICARAGUAN EDUCATION FUNDRAISER..... PAGE 7 September 20 - September 26, 2012

Volume 07 ~ Issue 38

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Falling Leaves Festival

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35th Annual Falling Leaves Festival in Salamanca on September 29 & 30 20 Monroe Street ~ 699-4162

September 20th, 8PM

REVEREND RAVEN & THE CHAIN SMOKIN’ ALTER BOYS

Friday, Sept. 21st, 7-11PM JONY JAMES BAND

Saturday, Sept. 22nd, 6-10PM SKY

Friday, Sept. 28th, 7-11PM ONLY HUMEN

Saturday, Sept. 29th, 6-10PM SOUL BARONS

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

Come out and welcome in the autumn season in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains and enjoy traditional and contemporary arts and crafts produced by Native American artists.

The Native Roots Artists Guild (NRAG) brings you the rich culture for which Native American Artists are known at the 35th Annual Falling Leaves Festival in Salamanca on September 29 & 30. Come out and welcome in the autumn season in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains and enjoy traditional and contemporary arts and crafts produced by Native American artists. View stunning interpretations of ancient potters, hand carvings, paintings, beadwork designs or

view the symbolism captured from traditional native stories and legends. You can start your Saturday morning in Jefferson Street Park with a pancake breakfast that starts at 8am and goes to 10am, for all the late sleepers. The whole day is packed with activities includes a donut eating and a hula-hoop contest and amusement rides. There will be plenty of arts and crafts vendors, food concessions, And there will be music. At 1:00 pm the Good Old Boys will perform

ECS Walk Through

Superintendent Discusses What Needs to Be Done

and at 3:00 the Salamanca Dance Center will entertain. From 4 pm to 6 pm The Leftovers take the stage (sponsored by Joan & Tom Brady) and the Blue Hounds close the evening from 7 pm to 9 pm. Now is the time to get your team together and start the challenge. Register your team at www.salamancachamber.org All new for 2012 is the Falling Leaves Festival Tug-of-War Challenge. Teams of eight (6 men and 2 women or 6 women and 2 men) will be competing against each other

in three different age groups ages 9-12; 13-17; and 18 and older. Sunday is equally as packed. The day will start at 11 am with a farmer’s market. The community circus begins at 12 and a Grande Parade will be from 1 to 3 pm. Oliverio will wrap up the evening by performing from 3 pm to 5 pm. The Falling Leaves Festival is definitely an event that you do not want to miss. For more information please visit www.salamancachamber. org.

Casino All Star Tribute 5 Days Of Country Music All Star Tribute at SAC By Nicholas Pircio WPIG 95.7 FM

Salamanca, NY ~ 1-877-553-9500 A COUNTRY MUSIC ALL-STAR TRIBUTE Wednesday, September 26-30 Tickets start at $20 MARTINA MCBRIDE October 6 @ 7 PM Tickets start at $70 GARY ALLAN November 3 @ 7 PM Tickets start at $35 A SPECIAL HOLIDAY CONCERT WITH BRENDA LEE November 28 & 29 • 1:30 PM

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Ward said they are primarily looking to upgrade the older part of the building, continue regular maintenance (roof replacement, electrical upgrades) and reconfigure the space the district already has to match the changing program and facility needs we face in 2012.

By Sharon Turano How to make Ellicottville Central School more “fit” for today is on the minds of some area residents. School Superintendent Mark Ward, along with school board members and some staff, took residents on a tour of the district facilities recently to discuss what has been done and what could be. “I want you to get a drift for what it was like and how it was,” Ward told

residents taking the tour. He said construction of the school building was approved in 1957, but a struggle about location postponed it’s building until 1960. Portions have since been modernized. There is no question, he said, newer portions are really nice. He wanted residents to see what their tax dollars See ECS page 8

Corrie Sachs performs as the redheaded Reba. She’s looking forward to the show in Salamanca, which she will host. To learn more about “A Country Music All-Star Tribute” and to book rooms at the expanded hotel tower, visit www. LuxuryWorthSharing.com.

The very best hits from country music’s best performers will be featured for five days at the SenecaAllegany Events Center at the Seneca-Allegany Casino, during the Country Music All-Star Tribute. The show is scheduled to take place from September 26th to the 30th, and will include some of the very best impersonators direct from Las Vegas. The performers look, sound, and act like the stars. Fans will hear some of the best songs of Garth Brooks, Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton, Shania Twain, and Reba McIntire. Corrie Sachs performs as the red-headed Reba. She’s looking forward to the show in Salamanca, which she will host. Sachs is on the road now and then, but performs mainly in Las Vegas. See CASINO page 8

Trail System in Town

Sneak Peek In this Issue

Town Board Discusses Trails, Finances, Cemetery and other at Meeting on Wednesday

8th Annual Bonagany 2012... Pg 4 Main Street In Allegany, Sept. 22

The eighth annual Bonagany festival, in conjunction with St. Bonaventure University’s Family Weekend, will take place from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 22 on Main Street in Allegany. Main Street will be filled with a variety of attractions, including the work of regional artists, local food vendors and music from local acts. This year’s musical acts include Mojo Hand Blues Band, Us Too & Company, The Wild Rovers and Sean O’Shea. Children can enjoy the inflatable amusements, wagon rides, a mechanical bull, the Balloon Man, caricature artists, a juggler, old-time photographs and alpacas from Elderberry Farm Alpacas.

Rock N’ Roll Weekend.... Pg 12 See all the great shots from Rock N’ Roll Weekend, This Past weekend In Ellicottville, NY on page 11.

By Paul Royer The monthly meeting of the town council started shortly after 6:00pm. There were multiple items on the agenda. As a preliminary matter, the motions to approve the minutes from the August 15, 2012 meeting and the minutes from the special meetings

of August 24 and August 29 were affirmed unanimously. BIKE TRAIL SYSTEM PLANNING The first matter before the council was a brief presentation by Joe Higgins who is working with a committee on establishing a trail system within the town of

Ellicottville. He worked on a similar project in Olean with great success. He stressed the importance of having a comprehensive master plan (which is required if federal funding is to be received) and the point that the See BOARD page 9

CCIDA Meeting

Bear Creek And Bonaventure Square Discussed By Nicholas Pircio WPIG 95.7 FM

The Cattaraugus County Industrial Development Agency (IDA) met on Tuesday, September 18th and reviewed an application for a new family resort in Cattaraugus County. The Woods at Bear Creek Family Resort is located on 750 acres in Franklinville, just ten minutes from Ellicottville. The resort’s main facilities overlook a twenty acre spring-fed lake. The IDA board authorized its Woods of Bear Creek in Franklinville, a new family resort. Executive Director, Corey Wiktor, to

set up and conduct a public hearing, and to begin the SEQR (State Environmental Quality Review) process with respect to the project. The information will be presented to the IDA board for the October 23rd board meeting, when a final decision could be expected for the Woods at Bear Creek. Wiktor said the public hearing will be conducted in the Town of Machias, in about fifteen days. The Woods at Bear Creek is seeking mortgage recording tax abatement

Fall Festival : October 6-7, 2012 : Ellicottville, NY

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September 20 - September 26, 2012

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Sept. 13 County Of Cattaraugus Primary Election Unofficial Results

perfect recipe for an early fall, Alderman Ward 5, CTSub1 and those gorgeous autumn Ward 5, Republican: 1 out of leaves are like flaming torches 1 election district(s) reported. Jonathon N. Teachman lighting the way to winter. We’re not quite to October Received 16 votes (20.253%); yet and already Mom Nature’s James E. Finch received 62 handiwork is starting to peek votes (78.481%); and there through everywhere you look. was one write-in (1.266%). Cool mornings and warm Total of 79 votes. The leading sunny afternoons are the order candidate is James E. Finch. Mayor, Salamanca, of the day – and I love warm sweaters and turtlenecks, so Democratic: 5 out of 5 election districts reported. Carmen A. I’m a happy camper! So, dear readers, get ready Vecchiarella received 399 votes for what promises to be one of (55.417%); Edward J. Dry the most spectacular Autumn received 319 votes (44.306%); seasons we’ve had in a very and there were two write-ins long time. It’s the perfect time (0.278%). Total of 720 votes. for a long walk in the woods. The leading candidate is Until next week… JZ Carmen A. Vecchiarella. Alderman Ward 4, CTSub1 Ward 4, Democratic: 1 out of 1 election districts reported. Michael R. Smith received 82 votes (48.235%); Sandra L. Magiera received 88 votes Maddox Bush ..... September 22 (51.765%); and there were Shanell Kiersz ..... September 24 And my follow up question: “Where the heck did summer go?” For those of you keeping track, the first day of Autumn is September 22nd. It’s time to get your boat squared away for its long winter nap, put the bulk of your lawn furniture in storage, and rummage around your closet to find warmer clothes. Sadly, with “Rock N’ Roll” Weekend over with for another year, (and what an awesome festival it was), we need to turn our attention to bigger and brighter things… Autumn in the Enchanted Mountains is truly magical. The dry summer has been the

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Little Eagles Win Again!

Jett Yaskow stands next to the General Lee, one of the many famous movie and TV replica cars he has restored and makes available for hire through his company “TV and Movie Cars for Hire”. Always a popular stop for pictures, Jett and the General were a popular attraction at the 14th annual Classic Car Show this past Sunday in Ellicottville.  Some other famous cars in his extensive collection are Herbi the Love Bug, an original Batmobile, Kit from Knight Rider, and the Gran Torino from the Starsky and Hutch show.  To learn more, visit Jett and his company at www.TVandMovieCarsforHire.com.

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Saturday, September 15, our Little Eagles traveled to Cattaraugus-Little Valley Highschool and beat the Cowboys. The Little Eagle Pee Wees, with their third shut out in a row, won 15-0. The Little Eagle Midgets beat the Cowboys in a high scoring game, 41-22. Way to go Eagles. Come support the Little Eagles at home, this Saturday starting at 6 pm against the Allegany / Limestone Gators. (Photos From Ellicottville Little Eagles)

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zero write ins. Total of 170 votes. The leading candidate is Sandra L. Magiera. Superintendent of Highways (To Fill Vacancy)(3 year term), Allegany, Democratic: 3 out of 3 election districts reported. Donald M. Yehl received 75 votes (29.762%); John M. Moshier received 94 votes (37.302%); Daniel A. French received 82 votes (32.540%); and there was one write-in (0.397%). Total of 252 votes. The leading candidate is John M. Moshier. Town Justice, Ashford, Republican: 2 out of 2 election districts reported. Carl W. Stiles received 147 votes (76.963%); Stephen Kowalski received 43 votes (22.513%); and there was one write-in (0.524%). Total of 191 votes. The leading candidate is Carl W. Stiles. Town Justice, Perrysburg,

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After reuniting for the first time in more than 20 years, Randy Bachman and Fred Turner – musicians at the heart of legendary band Bachman-Turner Overdrive – continue to thrill fans around the world with their power-driven tunes. The Masters of Rock are back on the road this summer as a new, full-throttle rock machine: Bachman & Turner. Among their classic hits are “Takin’ Care of Business” and “You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet.” They performed at the Seneca Allegany Performing Arts Center this past Saturday, September 15, 2012.

Congrats Rotary Club From Joann & Bob Duke

Congratulations to the Ellicottville Rotary for another great fundraiser in honor of Michael Kerns, who in my eyes, was a successful man. Success has nothing to do with what you gain in life or accomplish for yourself, it’s what you do for others, and Mike was always doing for others. The tribute the Rotary club does in Mike’s name each year gets better and better. Great food, entertainment, friends, people, prizes and ambience all fit together to make a perfect evening. If you have not been able to participate in this yearly event in the past, put it on your “to do” list. What a wonderful way to honor a beautiful man and have a great time too. The miracle is this: the more you share, the more you have.

David Campbell 5K Walk Little Valley Lions Club Holds Benefit 5K on September 23

The Little Valley Lions Club holds its annual David Campbell 5k Run/Walk on Sunday, September 23. Registration at 9am, at the

Little Valley American Legion, with the walk/run starting at 10:00. $20.00 Donation/Registration Fee, with participants under the

age of 17 just $15.00. Proceeds benefit the Lions Club’s “Vision Beyond Site” fund. Beverages, Snacks and Prizes following the event.

Book Sale –The fall book sale will be up for another week or two. We have received some very nice donations of books over the last few weeks. Please take a few minutes to stop in and browse and help support your local library. Many of the books are “like new” and would make excellent Christmas gifts!

BONAGANY : September 22, 2012 : Olean, NY

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Bonagany Festival

Festival Looks To Bring Campus And Local Community Closer Sept. 22 St. Bonaventure, N.Y. - The eighth annual Bonagany festival, in conjunction with St. Bonaventure University’s Family Weekend, will take place from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 22 on Main Street in Allegany. Main Street will be filled with a variety of attractions, including the work of regional artists, local food vendors and music from local acts. “We try to make changes each year to make things a little different,” said Lori Bennett Kolasa of the Cattaraugus County Arts Council. “This year, we are doing something new with our musical entertainment. All of our music

will be under one tent and will be located near our food court area of the festival.” This year’s musical acts include Mojo Hand Blues Band, Us Too & Company, The Wild Rovers and Sean O’Shea. Children can enjoy the inflatable amusements, wagon rides, a mechanical bull, the Balloon Man, caricature artists, a juggler, old-time photographs and alpacas from Elderberry Farm Alpacas.   Some of the food vendors include Larry’s Food Wagon, Fowlers Taffy, Christy’s Old Fashioned Kettle Corn, Millie’s Dawgs and The French Fry Stand. Main Street businesses and restaurants will have their

doors open during the festival, too. The festival will allow students and their families to have the opportunity to see more of what St. Bonaventure has to offer.   “All of these changes should keep the festival fresh, keep the flow of traffic moving and add to the overall experience for our visitors,” Bennett Kolasa said.   St. Bonaventure’s Family Weekend runs from Sept. 2123. The schedule is available at www.sbu.edu/familyweekend.   If anyone would like to become a committee member and help with the planning process, contact Lori Bennett Kolasa at loribennett5@gmail. com  

Story time is every Wednesday at 11:15 a.m. The Ellicottville Memorial Library

LIVE @ BALLOONS Reverend Raven & The Chain Smokin’ Alter Boys Thursday, September 20th, 8PM

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“Prettiest Painted Places” Nine New York Communities Competing For Honors

Thanks to a national competition to find the “Prettiest Painted Places in America,” people across the country are discovering what New York residents have long known: The Empire State has some of the most beautiful towns and neighborhoods to be found anywhere. Sponsored by the Paint Quality Institute, whose mission is to educate the public about quality paints and coatings, the “Prettiest Painted Places” competition has drawn nine entries from New York: Chautauqua Institution, Village of Ellicottville, Village of Malone, Village of Medina, Owego, Rhinebeck, Seneca Falls, the Village of Tannersville, and Wellsville. Over the next few weeks, the nine New York communities will vie with nearly 200 nominees from other states for regional and national honors, as judges with expertise in color selection, exterior painting, and home improvement review the entries, conduct additional research and make selected site visits. Finalists will be announced in late September, and the nation’s 12 “Prettiest Painted Places” will be revealed in mid-October. The Paint Quality Institute has conducted its competition twice before, most recently in 2000. Its purpose is to vividly show how an attractive paint color scheme can greatly enhance the “curb appeal” of any structure’s exterior. “We feel there is no better way to demonstrate the importance of exterior paint color than to focus on these beautiful real-world communities that

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take so much pride in their appearance,” said Debbie Zimmer, paint and color expert at the Paint Quality Institute. “The places involved in our competition are a tremendous inspiration to us all, and by giving them recognition, we hope to instill in the public a better appreciation for the role exterior paint can play in protecting and enhancing the appearance of any home or building,” she said. A wide variety of “places” have been entered in the competition -- big city neighborhoods, tiny rural towns, historical districts, “Main Streets” and communities with exterior mural programs. Nominees range from well-known places, such as Cape Cod, Massachusetts and Napa, California to hidden gems like Vashon-Maury Island, Washington and Bell Buckle, Tennessee. In case you’re curious, the names and locations of all of the nominees are posted on the Paint Quality Institute website at blog.paintquality.com. THUMBNAIL SKETCHES OF NEW YORK NOMINEES: Chautauqua Institution: Founded in 1874, Chautauqua is a unique Victorian community with an abundance of beautifully painted homes that is designated in its entirety a National Historic Landmark. Village of Ellicottville: Often called the “Aspen of the East,” the historic village retains its 19th century charm with lovingly preserved homes and buildings situated on beautiful tree-lined streets. Village of Malone: Located not far from the Canadian

Aesthetic Diversity At The New Mud, Sweat n’ Gears Location

border, the historic village has a large number of vividly painted Victorian homes, the result of recent community restoration efforts. Village of Medina: A small, idyllic village alongside the famous Erie Canal, the town has a nationally recognized historic business district and many beautifully painted, wellkept homes. Owego: Located in the Finger Lakes Region, the small town is known for the pristine condition of its historic buildings and its first-rate Central Historic District – in Mud, Sweat n’ Gears, while offering technological advances in addition to a recent honor as a spacious 4,900 square foot storefront that caters to skiers, the “coolest small town in snowboarders and those who simply love the outdoor life. America”. Rhinebeck: First settled by After five months of recognized this trend and the Dutch in 1686, the town extensive renovations, owners took it a step further. With boasts 437 buildings and Miguel Azcarate and Kimberly the assistance of Phil Vogt sites on the National Historic Reading brought a conscious Construction and the hard Register that were built at construction approach to the working Mud, Sweat n’ Gears various times starting with the new store location of specialty staff, they created a retail Colonial era through the end of ski and snowboard shop – Mud, showplace like no other. The the 19th century. Sweat n’ Gears, while offering local area was scoured for Seneca Falls: A beautiful technological advances in a materials that fit their vision. town in the Finger Lakes spacious 4,900 square foot “We wanted to reclaim, Region known as the home storefront that caters to skiers, recycle and repurpose as many of Women’s Rights and the snowboarders and those who materials as we could,” says community that the movie simply love the outdoor life. Reading, “Our customers classic “It’s a Wonderful Life” Having recently moved respect the environment and the was based on. and relocated to the historic importance of sustainability. Village of Tannersville: As Marketplace Building at 18 We like to think our choices the name implies, this tiny Monroe Street, in the heart of will strike a chord with the town was once a village of Ellicottville, NY, Mud, Sweat environmentally conscious tanneries and sawmills, but n’ Gears made the decision to consumer.” You won’t find today is a premiere travel invest in building choices that common finishes here; rather destination often referred to paid homage to the outdoors. you’ll discover unique and as “The Painted Village in the Extensive restoration and unexpected items such as the Sky”. renovation plans married the turquoise antler chandeliers, Village of Wellsville: With old with the new, creating repurposed furniture, rusted beautifully painted homes a contemporary, yet rustic corrugated metal light fixtures, and buildings, the Village aesthetic. This approach is aged barn board and rough of Wellsville retains its 19th called ‘conscious construction’ sawn hardwood that create an century charm while being one and is identified as one of the eclectic and diverse aesthetic. of the prettiest places in the top trends and techniques for A highlight of the facility state of New York. 2012 in visual merchandising is the new Speed Factory - a [Action Outdoor & Bike new tuning and service center Magazine]. According to that features the finest, most Reggie Medford of Grand innovative tuning machinery + Benedicts (Portland, OR), from Montana of Switzerland. WEBSITE FOR TOWN & VILLAGE: “People are using more natural, The investment in new www.EllcottvilleGov.org recyclable, renewable types of machinery validates Mud, materials in their stores.” Sweat n’ Gears commitment Azcarate and Reading to servicing the customer

from start to finish. The Speed Factory caters to competitive skiers, along with recreational skiers and snowboarders in search of a quality tune that enhances their skiing and riding. Even the counter of the Speed Factory reflects the conscious construction approach – utilizing reclaimed wood from an old chalet that was previously owned by the family. While aesthetically diverse, the new store delivers on technological advances within the ski and snowboard industry as well as overall product. As part of the move, customers will see expanded offerings and services – hallmark characteristics of the Mud, Sweat n’ Gears shopping experience. The additional square feet of functional retail space allows for a fully outfitted high performance demo and rental center, new outerwear and lifestyle brands, as well as convenient off street parking. Miguel and Kim love what they do and this new store allows them to provide their customers with the best ski and snowboard gear in the industry: Rossignol, Volkl, Nordica, Head, Fischer, Blizzard, Elan, Dalbello, Tecnica, Marker, Burton, K2, Ride, Rossignol Snowboards, Rome, DC, Giro, Smith, Bern, POC, Uvex, Oakley, Anon, Scott, Space Craft, Dakine, Coal, Pistil, Nomis, Grenade, Oakley Outerwear, Analog, Arc’teryx, Marmot, DNA, Marker Ltd., Orage, Spyder, Lole, Karbon, Rossignol Technical Outerwear, Obermeyer, Neve, Swix, Salomon, Smartwool and so much more! So the next time your skiing the slopes of Ellicottville, NY stop by Mud, Sweat n’ Gears at 18 Monroe Street to experience a retail space that’s as much a gathering place as it is a specialty ski and snowboard shop.

Letter From Rachel

Nature’s Remedy’s Rachel Anzalone Visiting Monthly Dear WNY friends & family I’m happy to announce that I will be coming home to WNY one weekend each month to see clients at Nature’s Remedy in Ellicottville. The services I’ll be providing include: Holistic Health Assessment & Naturopathic Assessment: http:// holisticlakewood.com/services/ holistic-health-assessment/ Enzyme Therapy: http:// holisticlakewood.com/services/ enzyme-therapy-program/ Amethyst Biomat Sessions:

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open space in the living room, where a skylight bathes the room in well diffused sunlight. Here in the open floor plan of the first floor the main room has a sense of spaciousness unusual for a small area. A gas fireplace with a fan warms the room. The dining table is next to the breakfast bar, and a pass through for the all-electric kitchen. At the front entrance there is room for a shoe changing bench and hooks for hanging ski gear. A full bath is just off the entrance, perfect for a quick warm-up shower when coming home from a frigid Winter’s day. Off the back of the unit is a patio with room for a barbeque. Upstairs are the bedrooms.

Usually in this space we highlight a large free standing home. But not everybody who lives or visits Ellicottville wants or needs a starter castle. Sometimes a small place is perfect for single person or small family. After all, condos need love too. This condo in question is easy to love, and unlike so many developments, this unit doesn’t feel like it was stamped out by a cookie cutter. Just across the street from Holiday Valley this 1200+ square foot unit, has one of the more intriguing roof lines I’ve seen. The roof creates a clever

One bedroom is currently being used as an office by the owner, but there is room for a couple of bunk beds. A notch cut in one wall looks down on the living room. The large windows at the end of the room feature a ski slope view. A full bath with a shower/tub unit is here. The master bedroom feels spacious due to the towering cathedral ceiling. There is a loft here that can be converted to a sleeping area, or storage. An alcove leads to a generous closet. There are certainly bigger homes in Ellicottville, but none that have the combination of proximity to the slopes, and cute efficiency that make this unit the perfect ski or golf get-away. Even better is that most of the furniture is being sold with the home. For more information about this home contact Larry and Louise Oeffling at Ellicottville Real Estate 716-699-6748

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Hotel ranked in the top three among “Native Northeast” casinos for 18 categories. Some of the notable honors included best entertainment, best steakhouse at The Western Door restaurant, best seafood at Koi restaurant, best bar/lounge at Club 101, best rooms, best suites, best dealers, best reel slots, best video poker, best blackjack and “Casino Where You Feel Luckiest.” Seneca Casinos’ overall total of 33 “Best of Gaming” awards is up from 26 in 2011. The full list of awards is available in the August 2012 issue of Casino Player. Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel and Seneca Allegany Casino & Hotel are both AAA Four Diamond Award® hotels – two of only three such designated properties in Western New York. Earlier

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At stake for the approximately $1,100.00 due multi-billion dollar corporation, to being a man who has never sent more and more undecided western region is $281,000.00 to the new equipment owned by was supposed to be used to struggled.  Overconfidence is voters over to the man they see out of 1.3 million. The council the town that needs coverage. facing adversity and charging one of them. as the lesser of two evils, Barack seemed optimistic but realistic The possibility of having full steam ahead.  Following      Part of Romney’s problem is Obama. about the western region’s all town-owned buildings his London misadventure came that this CEO is failing at being      Don’t get me wrong.  I a long-winded, short on facts the CEO of his own campaign.  would never give Mitt Romney feature fourteen miles of nature Route 417. The project has met lackluster convention, a wildly Sound familiar?  It should.  Al advice.  I’m as transparent as trails plus an Olympic size with delays, but construction on inappropriate shot at President Gore did the same thing in 2000, they come when it comes to swimming pool, basketball and phase one is expected to start Obama following the recent relying too heavily on handlers politics.  Liberals are too right tennis courts, and horseback on April first of 2013. Wiktor carnage in Libya and now, with and advisors when he should wing for my taste, so every time riding. There will be a 6,800 says the developer, Kinley only two months to go until have been following his own gut Mitt sticks his foot in his mouth Cont. 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Square will include a new hotel, Wiktor notes that the project a retail center, and a family Gore! zealots and Tea Bag heroes will Doug at: shakedowndoug@ by entrepreneur and business developer John Hutchins, who offers services and options to entertainment center near the      Hold on, hold on.  Don’t start magically transform into an hotmail.com plans to renovate the buildings travelers not yet available in St. Bonaventure University and cabins, which will feature Cattaraugus County. He says campus. Phase two of the project “Glamping” services. Hutchins, that about 45 new positions will is still under design, with the who will serve as CEO, says be created within the first year total cost of the project possibly gym, modern locker rooms, a “How we use the building large group instruction room, today is far different than it “Staying in the great outdoors alone, and will also create many approaching $65-million. The a weight and fitness room was in 1960,” Mr. Ward told doesn’t mean roughing it. local construction jobs. Local previous site plan proposal has Guests at The Woods at Bear suppliers will be used with the a Sports Facility as part of phase available to the community, everyone present. of this project. two. Kinley Corporation states Cont. From Cover several areas of the roof need He continued to say, “We need Creek will stay in comfortable reconstruction replacement in addition to to make it match more with cabins near our beautiful lake In other action, the IDA board that, “We are carefully weighing addressing the ventilation in the how we use it today. 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business for 21 years. She’s no qualms about someone Charles and Virginia Twichell Celebrated their 65th Wedding Anniversary On Sept 17, 2012. been in many different shows impersonating her. Corrie Sachs spent years like “Legends,” “American Superstars,” and “Country studying how Reba McIntire Cont. From Cover Superstars.” Performing as speaks, her inflections and her herself, Corrie was approached drawl. “Fortunately when her She’s currently part of a show by a producer who though she TV show was such a big hit, I at the Golden Nugget called looked like Reba. She had her got to see her all the time. It Herbert A. Thomas Jr. “Country Superstars.” The doubts, but the producer was did come pretty natural to me. “Review Journal” voted her persistent. “He told me that And I just enjoy portraying her, Anchorage Alaska. There he He also enjoyed rare trips to as the Best in Las Vegas for a ‘Listen, I’ll have you try on a it’s fun.” built a log cabin on land he visit a family hunting cabin in Tribute Act. red wig, and if you don’t think Tickets for the Country Music cleared himself, utilizing the Upton, Maine. The show will feature a four- you look like Reba, I’ll never All-Star Tribute start at $20, and first thermopane windows Herbert A. Thomas Jr. was piece band and two back-up bother you.’ And once I put on are on sale at all Seneca Casino shipped to the state. A year a devoted family man and singers. Corrie’s husband, Bob the red wig it was, OK, I see box offices, Ticketmaster.com, later Herb accepted a job with husband. Those who knew him all Ticketmaster locations, or Sachs, will be playing bass and what he sees.” the engineering firm Fey, remember his restless energy, conducting the show. After that, Corrie Sachs began by phone at 800-745-3000. Spofferd and Thorndike in New which he channeled into hiking So why do a tribute show to studying Reba and within a Matinee shows take place on Jersey. He left the engineering and gardening. He was well living artists? According to few years, Reba McIntire’s Wednesday, September 26th, firm to serve as Director regarded for his honesty and Corrie Sachs, tribute shows go husband called and asked her Thursday September 27th, of Railroad Transportation integrity, and was generous to over very well in Las Vegas. to be Reba’s look-alike, to go and Sunday, September 30th. for New Jersey. In 1968 his family as well as friends. “People just love to see the old on tour with her. At the time Evening shows at 7 p.m. take Herb moved the family to Always concerned with the stars. They’re so familiar with Corrie had to turn her down place on Friday, September Moraga California to become welfare of his children, he spent the stars already, so that when because she was already 28th and Saturday, September Vice President of Kaiser as much time has he could with we look like them and sound booked in a show and under 29th. Herbert A. Thomas Jr. of Engineers where he oversaw his siblings, and grandchildren. To learn more about “A Moraga California died August the companies transition to He was predeceased by like them, they (the fans) just contract. “But it was nice to Music All-Star 9, 2012 in Lafayette, CA. He building rapid transit systems, his parents, brother Frank, perk up when they see us. It be asked and she (Reba) does Country always goes over well. Of know who I am. And she Tribute” and to book rooms at was born in Montana in October and decommissioning nuclear and sisters Delia, Caroline, course, everyone loves Dolly.” was very gracious.” It took the expanded hotel tower, visit of 1920. He was the son of power plants. Montana, and Merna. He is Sachs is no stranger to the awhile before the two finally www.LuxuryWorthSharing. Herbert and Viola Thomas The capstone position of survived by: Lorraine Nixon stage. She’s been in show met, but Corrie says Reba had com. of Northeast Harbor. Herb his career was to be appointed of Ellicottville NY his wife Junior graduated from Gilman Vice President of Australian Marcia of Moraga, CA, his High school in Northeast Operations for Raymond/ children Cheryl Berrara of Upon Ellicottville NY, Herbert III Harbor in 1937 and when on Kaiser Engineers. to study civil engineering at retirement he returned to of Northeast Harbor, ME, and Norwich Univeristy in New Moraga to engage his passions John of Ellicottville, NY. He is September 21, 2012 From 9 am to 1 pm. gardening, mountain also survived by grandchildren Hampshire. After graduation for he enlisted in the Army Air climbing, tennis, and the stock Julie, Phillip, Heather, Lindy, He climbed Mt. Cecilia, and several great The Memorial Library of Little Valley is holding a pie sale on at the Little Valley Branch of Corps, training others to fly. He market. the Cattaraugus County Bank. married Lorraine Manchester Whitney, the tallest peak in the grandchildren Phillip Jr. Bode, Donations are appreciated. Take pies to the Library on Thursday, from 10-6, or to the bank of Northeast Harbor. After lower 48 states. When he was Kadin, and Koa. He will be on Friday, at 9:00. his service he homesteaded sixty-five he scaled the highest interred in the family plot in 80 acres of land just outside peak in Paupa New Guinea. Andover Maine.

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Notice of Formation of ELLICOTTVILLE MARKETPLACE, LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with Secy. Of State of N.Y. (SSNY) on 7/31/12. Office location: Cattaraugus County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: PO Box 1109, Ellicottville, NY 14731. Purpose: any lawful activity.

Due to the October 9th holiday the Village Board Meeting will be held on Monday, October 15th at 6:00pm. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING, VILLAGE OF ELLICOTTVILLE, NEW YORK: The Village of Ellicottville Board will hold a public hearing on Monday October 15th at 6:00pm at the Town & Village Hall, located at One West Washington Street, Ellicottville, New York re: Local Law #3 Rules and Regulations Governing Water Service.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING, VILLAGE OF ELLICOTTVILLE, NEW YORK: The Village of Ellicottville Board will hold a public hearing on Monday October 15th at 6:00pm at the Town & Village Hall, located at One West Washington Street, Ellicottville, New York re: Local Law #4 of the Village of Ellicottville for Authorizing the Use of the Best Value Procurement Standard.

Notice of Formation of WILLIAM & CHARLIE CLUB, LLC. Articles of Organization filed The meeting of the Town of Ellicottville Planning Board that had been scheduled for with the Secretary of State of NY (“SSNY”) on 07/26/2012. Office location County of Cattaraugus. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY Monday, September 24, 2012, has been cancelled, because there are no active applications shall mail a copy of any such process served to: The LLC, 12647 Randolph-Jamestown Road, pending before the Board. Randolph, NY 14772. Purpose: any lawful act. The next Planning Board meeting is scheduled for Monday, October 22, 2012 at 6:00 P.M. in the Ellicottville Town Hall. Notice of Formation of GLOW TANNING & HAIR SALON, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of NY (“SSNY”) on 07/26/2012. Office location County of Cattaraugus. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of any such process served to: The LLC, 1206 West State Street, Olean, NY 14760. Vacation Rentals: Plan your next getaway, wedding, reunion, golf or ski vacation with ERA Purpose: any lawful act. Vacation Properties. Visit our website at www.ellicottville.com for virtual tours of our properties, NOTICE OF FORMATION: B.P. HAEN MECHANICAL CONTRACTING, LLC. Under or call 716-699-4800. Section 203 of the NY Limited Liability Company Law. The name of the Limited Liability Company (LLC) is B.P. Haen Mechanical Contracting, LLC. The Articles of Organization of B.P. Haen FOR RENT: Luxury 2-BR or 3-BR townhomes in Salamanca. Private entrances, FP, granite Mechanical Contracting, LLC were filed with the NY Secretary of State (SOS) on August 14, 2012. counters, Berber carpet, stainless steel appliances, washer, dryer, grounds keeping, snow removal, The county within this state in which the office of the LLC is to be located is Cattaraugus. The SOS is electric, water, garbage, sewer included. Various lease lengths available. Prices range from $900 to designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. The post office address $1,100 monthly. No pets. Call to set up your appointment today! Palmer Rentals, 716-945-1906. within or without this state to which the SOS shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC served upon is: 4223 Block Road, Delevan, New York 14042. The character and purpose of the business For Rent in Ellicottville – 2 BR Furnished apartment with laundry room, long term or short-term, of B.P. Haen Mechanical Contracting, LLC is to engage in any lawful activity pursuant to New York no smokers or pets. Please call – 649-6922 Limited Liability Company Law. SEASONAL & FESTIVAL RENTAL - 3 bdrm, fully furnished, in the Village Notice of Formation of Golden Stride Walker Ranch, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed Secy. of State of NY email - rosiepeaks@hotmail.com Phone - (905) 651-3342 or (905) 357-9163. (SSNY) on 8/17/12. Office location: Cattaraugus County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: 6442 Route 242 E., Ellicottville, For Rent - 1 bdrm plus sitting room / great room with fireplace. All new appliances and cabinets. NY 14731. Purpose: any lawful activity. Plenty of off-street parking. 2 miles from Holiday Valley. $625 per month. Call 675-3000 Notice of Qualification of Quest Resource Management Group, LLC. Authority filed with NY Dept. of State on 8/17/12. Office location: Cattaraugus County. Princ. bus. addr.: 6175 Main St., For Rent: 2 bedroom house in quiet location. 13 miles from Ellicottville. Rent $800 a month. Ste. 420, Frisco, TX 75034. LLC formed in DE on 4/6/09. NY Sec. of State designated agent of Security deposit required. Call 716-942-3003. LLC upon whom process against it may be served and shall mail process to: c/o National Registered Agents, Inc. (NRAI), 111 8th Ave., 13th Fl., NY, NY 10011. DE addr. of LLC: c/o NRAI, 160 Seasonal Rental: $6000. 2 Bd, 1BA, FP, and WiFi. Views of the slopes. Family atmosphere. Great Greentree Dr., Ste. 101, Dover, DE 19904. Cert. of Form. filed with DE Sec. of State, 401 Federal Ski Rental. (716) 307-0558 St., Dover, DE 19901. Purpose: all lawful purposes. 3 bedroom / 2 bathroom - house for rent in Little Valley. 10 mins from the slopes. 3000 sq ft. $725 Notice of Organization of Hide-A-WayRestaurant, LLC. The name of the limited liability a month. First month, last month, and security deposit required. Call 716-498-0749 company is Hide-A-Way Restaurant, LLC (the LLC). The Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State on August 10, 2012. The LLC office is located in Cattaraugus County. The Seasonal Rental – 2 bdrm, 2 bath mobile home in Duckville Park, Route 219. $1300 per month, Secretary of State is designated as agent for service of process. The Secretary of State shall mail a utilities and internet included. Email fstuart@cogeco.ca copy of any such process to 2597 Route 394, Steamburg, NY 14783. The purpose of the LLC is to Apt for Rent: Monthly or for Ski Season. 2 Bedroom, upper furnished apt in village, utilities engage in any lawful business activity. included. No smokers or pets. $1600/mo or $8000/season. Email: millstrental@gmail.com

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Notice of Substance of Articles of Organization. On May 8, 2012, JOHN C. GENGO, DDS, PLLC filed with the NYS Department of State its Articles of Organization. The office to be located in Cattaraugus County. The NYS Secretary of State is designated as agent for service of process. The mailing address for the PLLC is 120 North 2nd Street, Olean, NY 14760. The purpose of the business is to engage in the practice of the profession of Dentistry.

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SKI SEASON RENTAL, 1 BLOCK FROM DOWN TOWN. 2 bedrooms; Sleeps 6+; lots of parking. Families only - no groups & no smokers. Pets allowed. $6,500 for season from Dec 1st/12 to Apr 31st/13. Included utilities & cable. Located at 26 Martha St. Call 1-800-387-8765, 905-5364096, or 905-643-2852. Seasonal rental – across from Holimont Sunset Run – furnished 3 BR house sleeps 10. Incl 2 full bathrooms, dining room, living room and family room. 3 Decks, 5 Appls. $8,900 Call 416-226- Visit and enjoy the spirit of the fall harvest and the beauty of Western New York Autumn. Open every day, 9 AM to 7 PM, from the 3rd Saturday in September through October 31st. (Dogs are welcome if on a leash and well mannered.) Just minutes from Ellicottville, NY and Holiday Valley Ski Resort - Phone: 716-699-2205 Photos/John Thomas 0735.

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FALLING WATERS SPA at Holiday Valley Looking for Licensed Massage Therapist and Licensed Nail Tech. Please call Brandy at 716-677-9700. PSYCHIC HOLISTIC FAIR. Readers, Vendors and Practioners, Saturday, October 6th 11 am – 8 pm, Sunday October 7th 11 am – 7 pm. Clarion Hotel, 30 Lake Shore Drive (Rt. 5), Dunkirk. For Charity In Need? If you would like to make money for yourself and your favorite charity or non- more information www.psychicdennismorley.com or 716-595-2836. Call Clarion 716-366-8350 profit organization, find out how. Ph. 716-665-4034. for discounted room rates.

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Experienced Cook Wanted for immediate opening – Must be available nights & weekends – Apply in person at The Gin Mill or call 716-913-2882

The Silver Fox Steak House is looking for servers, hosts, bartenders, and kitchen staff. Please contact the restaurant at 699-4672 or stop by 23 Hughey Alley, Ellicottville for an application.  

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Interior Finishing By Tom Clauss: Painting, plastering, remodeling, repairs, restoration work, electrical, plumbing & more. PROFESSIONAL PAINTING SPECIAL: DISCOUNTED PRICES! Free estimates. Call today! 716-949-9155.

Open Thursday, Friday & Saturday at 4:30 pm/ Dining at 5pm Friday Night - “Date Night” 2 people dine for $40.00

CARPET CLEANING : upholstery, deck/house power washing, painting, and misc. repairs. Call C.P.R. today @ 716-353-0500 : email us @ info@carpetprosrestoration.com or fax us @ 1-716-6991043.

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 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 forsalebyowner.com $70,000 OBO. Call 716-244-7214

★ ★ Sudoku Challenge ★ ★ This Week’s Difficulty Level:

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2 7 5 3

8 5 1 3 2 8

5 2 6 3 2 8 3 1 4 4 5

1 7 4 6 1 9 4 3 6 5 1 3 8

To solve a Sudoku puzzle, place a number into each box so that each row across, each column down, and each small 9-box square within the larger diagram (there are 9 of these) will contain every number from 1 through 9. In other words, no number will appear more than once in any row, column, or smaller 9-box square. Working with the numbers already given as a guide, complete each diagram with the missing numbers that will lead to the correct solution. Good luck!

Last Week’s Puzzle:

4 1 7 9 8 6 5 3 2

3 2 8 5 1 4 9 6 7

6 9 5 3 2 7 8 1 4

5 4 3 6 7 1 2 9 8

2 6 9 8 4 3 7 5 1

7 8 1 2 5 9 6 4 3

1 5 4 7 9 8 3 2 6

9 7 6 1 3 2 4 8 5

8 3 2 4 6 5 1 7 9

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