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Volume 07 ~ Issue 39

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Cattaraugus County’s Community Newspaper

Fall Festival - A Celebration of Color Next Weekend Promises to Bring Music, Foods, Crafts, Races, Swaps, Sales & More

20 Monroe Street ~ 699-4162 ONLY HUMEN

Friday, Sept. 28th, 7-11PM SOUL BARONS

Saturday, Sept. 29th, 6-10PM MO PORTER

• Fall Fest Warm Up • Thursday, October 4th, 8-12PM PORCELAIN BUS DRIVERS

• Under The Tent • Friday, October 5th, 7-11PM


@ 1PM Oct. 7th


A Reggae Tribute to The Beatles Special Guest Logo City

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

Washington, Monroe, and part of Jefferson streets will be taken over by a mini occupy movement of artists, crafters, vendors, and carnival rides Saturday and Sunday. The food court on Jefferson will open on Friday from 6pm-midnight and reopen for Saturday and Sunday 10am-dark. Kids can enjoy carnival rides in the Washington Square Saturday and Sunday. Holiday Valley will host a weekend full of music, chairlift rides, mountain top cookouts, bike and 5K races, a tent sale, ski swap and will be running their Sky High Park and Mountain Coaster rides all weekend long. (See full schedule, back cover.)

By John Thomas, Staff Writer

The trees are turning to brilliant hues, the days are cool and crisp, the geese are wending their way south, and that can mean only one thing; the return of Fall Festival. Washington, Monroe, and part of Jefferson streets will be taken over by a mini occupy movement of artists, crafters, vendors, and carnival rides Saturday and Sunday. This year all 350-exhibitor spaces are sold out, so there will be something to delight every taste. And speaking

Salamanca, NY ~ 1-877-553-9500 A COUNTRY MUSIC ALL-STAR TRIBUTE Wednesday, September 26-30 Tickets start at $20

of taste, don’t miss the food court on Jefferson; it will open on Friday from 6pm-midnight and reopen for Saturday and Sunday 10am-dark. Kids can enjoy carnival rides in the Washington Square Saturday and Sunday. There will be live music all day Saturday at the Ellicottville Brewing Company, featuring Big Leg Emma at 5:30pm; prelude to this event on Friday is Smack Dab at 7pm and Roots Collider at 10pm. On Sunday, Balloons will boast two fill days of music in the tent outback beginning Saturday at noon

Martina McBride Live at SAC October 6th AT 7PM

Martina McBride (born July 29, 1966) is an American country music singer and songwriter. McBride has been called the “Céline Dion of Country Music” for her big-voiced ballads and soprano range. McBride was signed to RCA Records in 1991, and made her debut the following year as a neotraditionalist country singer with the single, “The Time Has Come”. Over time, she developed a pop-styled crossover sound, similar to that of Faith Hill and Shania Twain, and has had a string of major hit singles on the Billboard country chart and

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

Tickets on Sale Now!

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and Sunday at one; highlighted by Yellow Dubmarine Sunday. Holiday Valley will host a weekend full of music, chairlift rides, mountain top cookouts, bike and 5K races, a tent sale, ski swap and will be running their Sky High Park and Mountain Coaster rides all weekend long. Back for its second year Shults Auto Group presents Ellicottville Idol. Here’s your chance to show off your fabulous singing voice. There are two categories: 21 and over, and 20 and under, so anybody who can belt out a tune is eligible. There are

cash and valuable prizes and the competition will be judged by a panel of local celebrity judges. The day is Sunday October 7th, registration is at the village gazebo starts at 10:00am and the competition is from 3 to 4pm. More information and a registration form are at Plan to come, relax, linger, and stroll among the many fine exhibit booths. Grab a bit to eat at the food court. While you’re here, once and a while look up at the surrounding hills and be glad that Summer ends in such incandescent glory.

Kwik Fill Expansion Gas Station Slated to Open the End of October By Nicholas Pircio WPIG, 95.7 FM Work on the new Kwik Fill and Red Apple gas station and convenience store is continuing in Ellicottville. And developer William Paladino is pleased with the progress being made. He said, “We are hoping to get the Kwik Fill open by the end of October.” As for the other buildings, Paladino says work will continue through the winter. “We hope to get those buildings in shape so we can lease them out sometime in early spring (of 2013).” As for the interest in those buildings, Paladino feels that to date, there has been a decent amount of interest,

which should grow. “Once we start making some improvements to the exteriors, and show people what it’s really going to look like, there will be a lot more (interest). We’re very excited about the project, and we’re very excited about the prospects.” Paladino is the principal partner in a Buffalo company, 4646 Group, which is constructing a $5.3-million project in downtown Ellicottville. The new Kwik Fill and Red Apple gas station and convenience store is moving across Mill Street from its former site. The new location will feature more gas pumps and greater efficiency for See KWIK FILL page 8

Springville 7th Annual Oktoberfest

Sneak Peek In this Issue

This Saturday Fireman’s Park with Feature a Day of German Food, Beer & Dress

Story by John Thomas, Staff Writer

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If we have to say goodbye to Summer, we might as well do it with a bang. This weekend the 7th annual Springville Oktoberfest promises to be a great way to send Summer in style. Break out your Lederhosen, grab your favorite stein, jump in your antique Mercedes, and head down to Fireman’s Park in Springville. Saturday, September 29

is the day from 2:00pm -10:00pm rain or shine. Admission is free. But you can’t have an Oktoberfest without beer, and the beer tent will be awash with great German beers to try. And you can’t have beer without food: Spar’s European Sausages, Bratwurst (locally made), Sauerkraut, German Potato Salad, and Pretzel Rolls, will all be on hand. For those who wish, there See FEST page 8

Southern Tier West Developments Board Explores Local Branded Food, Broadband Access

By John Thomas, Staff Writer Bush’s job at Holiday Valley is to create web videos of their upcoming events. Not only does she create the videos, but she stars in them to give viewers a personal account of what the upcoming events are. For example, in the Mudslide event done each spring, participants run a series of obstacle courses through the mud at Holiday Valley. In the Mudslide teaser video found on Holiday Valley’s website, she explains the event and also runs a series of obstacles herself, in all their muddy glory.

A the last meeting of the Southern Tier West Regional Planning and Development Board Executive Director Richard Zink outlined the funding situation and programs currently underway. In short, federal funding seems to be intact for now. On September 13th the House passed a continuing resolution to keep the federal government in operation

through March 15th 2013. The resolution requires agencies receiving federal funds to outline how received funds will be allocated among various programs. The continuing resolution actually includes an 8 billion dollar increase in overall spending for most federal programs and services. The funding that will be received by This logo would appear on marSee BRANDING page 8

keting materials to educate consumers about buying locally produced products.

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Close to the pond/gazebo/picnic area, this unit is being sold fully furnished. Wood burning fireplace. Walk to the village. Loft unit with full bath upstairs including washer/ dryer and half bath down. $129,900

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Beautiful end unit in wonderful Wildflower. Well kept and furnished with gas fireplace for the cold winter nights. Murphy bed too. Sliding doors to patio facing Holiday Valley and ski slopes/golf. $ 124,900

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Jen Thompson..... September 28 Robbie Knab..... September 28 Shannon Palmatier..... September 30 Jack Little..... October 2

Little Eagles Host Gators Played Tough Despite The Cold And Rain


Forms Now Available To Sign Up For Ski Club

Forms are now available in competition and start shopping the ECS High School Office and THIS weekend? Oh, sure – you can wait until may be filled out and returned the big ski tent’s all set up to the ECS High School Office next weekend, but why wait with the full payment. All for a good buy on a new pair checks should be made out to of skis? I say go now, and be Win-Sum Ski Corporation. aggressive! Then, come Fall Applications not turned in Festival weekend, you can skip to ECS will not be available the frantic frenzy and relax in for ECS Club rates. Students knowing you scooped everyone applying for combo passes who on the “really BIG deals”… are not in the lesson portion of Sneaky, yes, but all’s fair in love the ski program must still go through the school in order to and shopping. So dear readers, get out your receive the ECS combo pass check books and credit cards rate. All combo pass pictures and get crackin’! Money may must be paid for in advance not buy happiness, but shopping with the receipt initialed by Mr. Robert Miller. Registration in Ellicottville surely will! Until next week… JZ for any of the plans must take

Happy Birthday


This huge townhouse has been completely renovated from top to bottom with all the nicest high end finishes and beautiful decor and furniture. Gorgeous view of the golf course, 2 FP’s and 3 balconies fun. $429,000


Ah – October in Ellicottville – does it get any better? This alltoo-brief season is my favorite, and I’ll bet you a free trip on the “Nightmare Hayride” I’m not alone. We’re on the very

cusp of Fall Fest ’12 and the village is bracing for yet another successful (and economically important) cultural happening. And then there’s the shopping… Getting ready for tent and sidewalk sales takes more than just a little preparation, and our hard-working merchants have been getting ready over the last few weeks. End result? Most of your favorite stores in town have their bargain racks ready to go – and don’t you just love bargains? Clothing, ski equipment, decorative knickknacks, jewelry, furniture, artwork – it’s all got to go, folks. And go it will next weekend, so why not get a jump on the

ECS Ski Club 2012-2013

Ski-in/ski-out. 3 bedroom, 2.5 baths with triple sliders off great room. 3 expansive levels to live on with wood burning fireplace, extra large kitchen, dining and living room. $ 385,000

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place at ECS first. Please fill out the paperwork in advance. Mrs. Jackie Paddock in the high school office will handle processing of applications. Plan I: $65.00. Thursday night lift and lesson with a bonus day in March! (Student owned equipment) Plan II (Ski): $115.00. 8 weekly lessons and ski equipment rental package for Thursday Nights, with a bonus day in March! Plan III (Board): $127.00. 8 weekly lessons and snowboard equipment rental package for Thursday Nights, with a bonus day in March! Plan IV: $143.00. Night Combo Pass (Unlimited

night skiing only.) Includes 8 Thursday Night Lessons. (Student owned equipment) Plan IV: $200.00. Combo Pass (unlimited day and night skiing, includes 8 Thursday Night Lessons)(Student owned equipment) Unlimited Rentals are available at an additional cost of $63.00 for skis and $75.00 for Snowboards. Registration forms will be available in school at the Elementary and High School offices after November 1, 2012. If there are any students interested in helping to organize a ski trip contact Mr. Hall before October12, 2012.

Demo Nearly Complete Old Signore Building Almost Gone

It’s an eye sore that’s been hard to miss as you come into Ellicottville on Jefferson St. but the large building that was once the steel furniture plant of Signore is gone. Since the beginning of August bulldozers have been busy taking down the building that has been closed since 2006. The morning of September 25 marked the near end of the demolition project. This has been a long time coming. The site was previously used as a former manufacturing facility that fabricated metal lockers and cabinets. Contamination

from spills, leakage and other plant operations was addressed in the late 80s and early 90s. To remedy the issue, Signore had to use on site ground water extraction and treatment systems and long term groundwater monitoring. According to the Department of Environmental Conservation, in 2002 Signore was granted permission to discontinue the use of the onsite groundwater pump because the groundwater contaminate concentrations were non detect or below State drinking water standards. Signore ceased operations and abandoned the facility in 2006.

In 2008 Iskalo Ellicottville Holding purchased the property and entered the Brownfield Cleanup Program in 2011. Iskalo Development Corp. of Amherst will now be able to clean up any contamination that remained on site. An additional investigation is also scheduled to begin following the demolition of the building to assess additional contamination issues. There are no definite plans for what will now rise above the rubble that was once Signore; however the developer is proposing mixed residential / commercial use of the area.

Winery Of Ellicottville


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

10 miles from downtown Ellicottville, 3 bdrm/2 bth, Great room with brick fireplace, huge deck, ski entry, double garage, private location with lots of parking, on quiet country road. Excellent price. $89,900

Inground Pool - Chalet on 5 acs with tons of privacy, but so close to E’ville and all its fun and festivities. With 5 bedrooms and 3 baths this home can fit a crowd! Maintained both inside and out! $ 399,000

Private Fall or Winter Winery Tour And Chocolate Pairing For Two Saturday, Sept 22, was a tough game for both the Little Eagles teams. The teams hosted the Allegany / Limestone Gators at home. The Little Eagle Pee Wees played hard through the whole game but ultimately lost 0-6 against the Gators. The Little Eagle Midgets stayed undefeated and won 12-6. Come support the Little Eagles at home again this Saturday starting at 6 pm against the Pine Valley Longhorns. (Photos From Ellicottville Little Eagles)

LIVE @ BALLOONS Only Humen • Friday, September 28th, 7-11PM

Soul Barons • Saturday, September 29th, 6-10PM Mo Porter • Fall Fest Warm Up • Thursday, October 4th, 8-12PM

Super villains get a bad rap, but sometimes turning towards E-ville can be a good thing. Give into temptation and head down the 219 for a tour of the Winery of Ellicottville. Throwing in $15 will get you a private fall or winter tour of this rustically styled winery with chocolate pairings for two people, plus two take-home glasses (regularly $30). Turn to the dark side with an EVL red, a fruity wine with hints of cherry, or sample a Merlot Give into temptation and with strong oaky undertones. take a tour of the Winery of Feeling sweet? Try Francesco’s Reserve, a dry white that was Ellicottville.

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New this year will be an “Alpaca Kissing Booth”. Sept 29 - 30 from 10am until 6pm celebrate with Paul and Sue Mager.

Saturday September 29th and Sunday September 30th, 10:00 a.m. until 6:00p.m., It’s a 10th anniversary open house celebration at Mager Mountain Alpacas in Little Valley and everyone is invited. Paul and Sue Mager are your hosts for a two-day party with lots of fun activities planned, all centered on the wonderful world of alpacas.  Kicking off the celebration will be “Smitty” from WGWE radio doing a live broadcast in this Jambulance, you can play the plinco board for prizes and get in the party mood with his classic rock and roll.  Amanda Grabowski will be giving spinning wheel demonstrations as well as sharing her charming stores to a captive audience.  New this year will be an

“alpaca kissing booth. Greg and Nancy Whalen of Amore’ Alpacas will take a picture of you with an alpaca.  There will be balloons and games for prizes.  Refreshments available to benefit the Smile Train Charity.  Sunday the 30th at 1 p.m. Cathie Bridges CPA of R.A. Mercer and Co., P.C. will give an informal tax seminar on the tax advantages and income sheltering potential of owning alpacas.  The So Soft Gift Shop will be open with the latest alpaca fashion.  The Magers boast the largest stock of alpaca products in the area.  Some of the items include socks, sweaters, capes, hats, mittens, texting gloves Pronk bears, fur boot covers, rugs, and much more.  Featured are award winning knitted items



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10th Anniversary Open House Celebration

Friday, October 5th, 7-11PM

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named after winery owner Dominic’s father. Or, if you want to hit Ellicottville like a real highflier, get four hours of luxury transportation in a Lincoln Town Car from Act 1 Transportation for two people for $165 (regularly $400), or for four people for $187 (regularly $425). These professionals will chauffeur you to the winery and around the area’s restaurants and shops with punctual, efficient service -- no matter what’s on your high-powered agenda. Want more? Check out Winery of Ellicottville on Facebook.

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made with fleece from their own animals by fiber artist, Nancy Blessing. Check out this year’s harvest of yarn and rovings. “When we started raising alpacas 10 years ago,” Paul recalls, “visitors had no idea what an alpaca was, where they came from or why we raise them.  We like to make our farm an ‘Alpaca Adventure’ for visitors to see these magnificent animals up close and learn their history and what great products we can harvest with out harming them.”  Although 80% of alpacas are white, you would not know it by seeing the Mager’s her.  Alpacas come in 23 natural colors and their herd seems to have most of them.  Their herd of 32 alpacas and 2 llamas also include 5 rare grey alpacas and 10 baby alpacas.  Sue adds, “People love to watch the crias (baby alpacas) run and play.   Sometimes I even let people hold one.  Their faces light up with huge smiles and they always say, oh they are So Soft.”   The Open house celebration will run Saturday Sept 29th and Sunday the 30th from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Mager Mountain Alpacas are located on Mountain View Drive off Routes 242 and 353 as you enter the east end of Little Valley, For more information visit www. or phone 716-938-9077


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The Tragically Hip

Canadian Rock Band Returns To Seneca Allegany Events Center Nov 17 SALAMANCA, NY – One of a Century,” “Bobcaygeon” and fans” the opportunity to stay Canada’s most time-honored “Grace, Too.” The Tragically overnight on property.  For more rock bands, The Tragically Hip, Hip’s first single released information, please visit www. makes a return visit to Seneca from Now for Plan A, “At Allegany Events Center in Transformation,” premiered   About Seneca Allegany Casino Salamanca, NY, as part of a just- on “Hockey Night in Canada” & Hotel announced tour in support of its back in May during the playoffs.  Seneca Allegany Casino & soon-to-be-released 13th studio “Streets Ahead” will be the next Hotel is nestled at the foot album, Now for Plan A.  Tickets track released this fall. of the majestic Allegany for the 2,400-seat capacity show   The Tragically Hip last Mountains along the New start at $55 USD and go on sale performed at Seneca Allegany York/Pennsylvania border and Friday, Sept. 21 at noon through Events Center in November is located off exit 20 of the Ticketmaster and all Seneca 2009.  Since then, Seneca Interstate 86 near U.S. Route Casino box offices. Casinos added two jumbo- 219.  The property is open 24   The Tragically Hip first formed sized high-definition video hours a day, seven days a week in 1983 and have since earned 14 screens on either side of the and 365 days a year.  Guests can Juno Awards – Canada’s highest venue and sharpened its audio enjoy 2,000 slot machines and honor for music.  The band system.  Ticket prices for the 33 table games, seven dining blends edgy rock with a twinge show range from $55 to $95 locations, live entertainment of blues and country, and lead USD, and the furthest seat is 100 and a AAA Four Diamond singer Gordon Downie’s vocals feet / 30 meters from the stage.  Award-winning hotel with deliver a one-a-of-kind timbre.  In addition, Seneca Allegany 212 deluxe hotel rooms, a spa Some of the most popular hits Casino & Hotel’s expanded and salon, fitness center and throughout the years include hotel tower will have a portion indoor pool.  Please visit www. “Courage,” “New Orleans Is of its 201 new rooms open by for Sinking,” “Poets,” “Ahead by Nov. 17, allowing more “Hip more information.  

HV Annual Softball Game Sciolino’s Sluggers Beat Bonnie’s Bombers; 12 to 8

Stamp Collecting Month 16th Annual Stamp and Post Card Show October 6

OLEAN - The 16th annual stamp and post card show, sponsored by the Olean Stamp Club, will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 6, in the B.P.O.E. Elks Club 491, 209 W. State St., Olean. Admission and parking are free. ‘’What’s In Your Attic’’ will

again be a part of this year’s Olepex ‘12 and is a chance for anyone to bring in items for free appraisals on stamps, post cards and paper ephemera. The United States Postal Service designates October as Stamp Collecting Month and this is one way the club can help to promote the hobby. This is

the first area show within 100 miles since late spring and is a chance to build on a collection or obtain more information on this hobby. Eight area dealers will be buying selling. For more information, please call Ron Yeager at 814-3624471 or email cry@atlanticbb. net

NYC Excursion Giveaway

Seneca Gaming & Entertainment Hosts Big Apple Excursion Giveaway

Emmy Artist In Allegany

Philharmonic Returns

Ray Klausen Coming To Regina A Quick Center Sept 27

Rochester Philharmonic Coming Back To SBU Quick Center Sept 30

on the first floor of the Quick Center until Nov. 18. A 1967 graduate of the Drama School of Yale University, Klausen has a long resume of theater and television credits, including Broadway, offBroadway and international productions. Over the years he has designed more than 400 shows. Some of his many accomplishments include sets for “The Academy Awards” (seven years); “The Tony Awards;” “The Emmy Awards;” “The Grammy Awards;” “The American Music Awards” (26 years); “The Gala of the President at Ford’s Theater” (six years); “The Kennedy Center Honors” (14 years); “The American Film Institute” (10 years); “A Night of 100 Stars;” TV specials for Bing Crosby, Neil Diamond, Lynda Carter, the Muppets, Natalie Cole, Quincy Jones, President Clinton and Elvis Presley; “The Miss America Pageant” (seven years); and designs for the Bally show girls in Las Vegas. For the Broadway stage, he designed “Brooklyn: The Musical;” “Burn the Floor;” “On Golden Pond;” “Waiting in the Wings,” with Lauren Bacall; “Bea Arthur: Between Friends;” and “Liza Minelli at the Palace,” to name a few. Far from retirement, Klausen has upcoming projects in New York and London and his design for the New York Philharmonic’s production of “Carousel” will be shown on Public Television in February. In addition to the afternoon’s public talk, Klausen will meet

our community through the art of music,” and to maintaining its “high standard of artistic excellence, unique tradition of musical versatility, and deep commitment to education and community engagement.” The RPO received the New York State Governor’s Arts Award for excellence and community service in 2002. On three occasions, in 2005, 2006 and 2012, the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) and the American Symphony Orchestra League honored the RPO with an ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming, recognizing the orchestra’s commitment to music written in the last 25 years.   Most recently, the RPO was honored by Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy with the first-ever Amy Award for Excellence in Orchestral programming for Music Director Arild Remmereit’s commitment to featuring works by women composers.   Today, the RPO presents nearly 200 concerts per year, serving an estimated 250,000 people through ticketed events, education and community engagement activities, and concerts in schools and community centers. As one of the great American orchestras, the RPO aspires to be “an institution driven by a culture of confidence, adventure, excellence, and success; the premier cultural organization in the region and the hub of cultural life year round; and recognized nationally for artistic and organizational excellence, creativity, and innovation.”   Conductor Hege is a familiar presence at The Quick Center through his several appearances with the former Syracuse Symphony Orchestra, which

with SBU Theater students 8:30 a.m. in Garret Theater on campus, said Ludwig Brunner, interim executive director of The Quick Center. “In meeting Mr. Klausen personally during the last year, I learned that at this stage in his astounding career there is one thing dear to his heart: giving back,” said Brunner. “He loves to meet and talk with students to give his advice on how to start a career, build it by always maintaining the highest standards, taking risks and, most of all, dedication to the job. I think students and people of all ages will find this an exciting afternoon. We are very proud and grateful that Mr. Klausen has agreed to visit St. Bonaventure University.” In the evening, The Quick Center will present a fundraising event, “Emmy Night at the Quick Center,” in honor of Klausen, starting with cocktails at 6:30 p.m. and dinner on the stage at 7:30 p.m. Proceeds will benefit the establishment of a Visiting Masters Fund to enable similar programs in the future. A few single tickets at $75 are still available for the event. For reservations, call Juliana Bordonaro at 716-375-2464. The Quick Center’s galleries are open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Museum admission is free and open to the public year round. For more information, visit www.sbu. edu/quickcenter. (external link) For more information on this event please visit http://www.

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ST. BONAVENTURE, N.Y.,— Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra with conductor Daniel Hege will perform at 7 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 30, in the second concert of the Friends of Good Music season at St. Bonaventure University’s Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts. This will be the orchestra’s first return to the Friends of Good Music series in 20 years. In keeping with the season’s “Celebrate New York!” theme, RPO will perform two works by New York composers: Aaron Copland’s “Appalachian Spring” and “Rounds for String Orchestra” by Rochester-born David Diamond. After intermission, Hege will conduct Beethoven’s Symphony No. 2.         Founded by George Eastman in 1922, Rochester Philharmonic enter its 90th year committed to “enriching and inspiring

he served as music director for 11 years. In June 2009, he was appointed music director of the Wichita Symphony, beginning his tenure with that orchestra in September 2010. Hege has guest conducted the Houston, Detroit, Seattle, Indianapolis, Oregon, Colorado, San Diego, Columbus and Phoenix symphonies; the Rochester, Buffalo and Calgary philharmonics; and at the Grand Teton and Aspen music festivals. International engagements include leading the Singapore Symphony and the St. Petersburg Symphony at the Winter Nights Festival. This performance is supported in part by the New York State Council on the Arts. Subscription tickets for the entire season are still available. A basic subscription, which includes one ticket to six concerts, is $99 ($81 for senior citizens). Extended subscription options include a seventh concert for a total of $109 ($89 for senior citizens) and an eighth concert for a total of $119 ($97 for senior citizens). Single concert tickets are $20 at full price, $16 for St. Bonaventure staff and senior citizens, and $5 for students. For tickets and information, call The Quick Center box office at (716) 375-2494. For each Friends of Good Music performance, The Quick Center will open its galleries one hour before the performance and keep them open throughout the intermission. Regular gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and noon to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Museum admission is free and open to the public year round. For more information, visit

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Story and photos by John Thomas Staff Writer I’m driving up a winding road through a forest so thick I begin to wonder if I should watch for Ewoks. But the most exotic life I come across is a deer, who takes off the moment he spots me. At the top of the hill I spot the house through the forest, a great blue and gray structure. Standing in a clearing the house looks like a barn from the outside. Off one end of the home is a garage and a cover for the large pile of fire wood. The gabled metal roofs of the garage and the house are a pale blue to match the sky. Over the garage is a spare rec room or bedroom. Approaching the front door it seems to be a large barn style home, but the exterior gives no hint of the spectacular inside. Inside is a triumph of timber frame construction. Just past the entryway the vaulted ceiling looms high overhead. Looking down from the wood paneled ceiling my eye traces down the huge exposed beams along the walls and down to the windows on the far wall. My eye comes to rest on a beautiful brass electric candelabra. It is high over my head, and yet I notice it’s only about a third of the way up the

massive river rock chimney for the wood burning fireplace; the ceiling is that high. Just outside the sliding glass doors is a large deck with a forest view. Like all timber frame homes, the woodwork throughout the home is incredible. The kitchen is to die for; a professional grade workspace with a six burner gas stove with a griddle and a swing arm that delivers hot water to fill a soup pot on the stove. The stone floor and wood cabinetry make the space as elegant as it is functional. Just off the kitchen is a large mud room that connects to the garage. It also contains two more ovens for entertaining

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Area families will soon be able to come together to experience a wilderness vacation by visiting the Woods at Bear Creek Family From the outside the barn like exterior doesn’t reveal the spectacular space and woodwork Resort. inside. The Woods at Bear Creek is a 750-acre resort that is set to open in the spring. It will feature 16 “glamping” climate-controlled cabins with hot showers, 12 “glamping” tents, more than 12 miles of nature trails, activities, events and the future possibility of an upscale recreational vehicle park, along with more cabins and tents. (Pictured Left to Right) 1. Both the upstairs bedrooms feature beautiful woodwork. 2. The post and beam ceiling and cherry floors give the master bedroom a sophisticated and Construction of the site, located minutes from Ellicottville is inviting feeling. set to begin in October, so weddings, conferences and banquets can also be held there by fall. The site of a former Buffalo Jewish Community facility, where hundreds of children experienced camping, the Woods at Bear Creek was purchased in 2011 by Entrepreneur and Business Developer John Hutchins. He will serve as resort chief executive officer and be joined by the management team (Pictured Left to Right) 1. The brass candelabra is high overhead and yet is only a third of the way up to the vaulted ceiling of the great room. 2. It’s rare to find a kitchen with beautiful of Ken Pawlukovich, president; cabinets and professional grade appliances. The gas fired stove has a griddle and a swing arm for filling soup pot. 3. A large bank of windows frames the forest view. Jim Henzler, vice-president of



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By Janae Butler While some people have normal, routine jobs, there are others who get to have different experiences every time they prepare for work. Gweniviere Bush, who works for Holiday Valley, gets to embark on something new every time she goes to work. Bush’s job at Holiday Valley is to create web videos of their upcoming events. Not only does she create the videos, but she stars in them to give viewers a personal account of what the upcoming events are. For

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Bush said that the process for creating one of the videos is pretty basic, as she meets with the marketing team so she knows what they want to be covered, then she works with the videographer, Ashley Baron, to figure out how she wants to convey the event via video and then create the video. “Typically, we just figure out what we want to say, and what we think would be entertaining to an audience, and then put it into a video form and then go from there,” Bush said. After she and Baron shoot the videos, they are edited and then put up on the website. Bush said that upcoming events at Holiday Valley include a Fall festival event, a wine and beer event festival and some mountain biking opportunities. “Holiday Valley is a great place that has fun opportunities for everyone, so it’s my job to make sure that everyone sees what is going on and what we have to offer,” Bush said. To check out Bush’s videos and for information on upcoming events at Holiday Valley, go to their website at www., and then go to their Video/Media page.

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currently conceived there will chart in 2003. has won the Country Music be some effort to police the McBride has recorded a Association’s “Female Vocalist producers. total of eleven studio albums; of the Year” award four times Southern Tier West is moving one greatest hits compilation, (tied with Reba McEntire for the forward with its plan to provide one “live” album, a Christmas most wins) and the Academy of broadband internet access to the Cont. From Cover compilation, as well as two Country Music’s “Top Female rural communities in Western additional compilation albums. Vocalist” award three times. New York. They have partnered with Cattaraugus County, The occasionally on the adult Seven of her studio albums Martina McBride will perform Southern Tier Library System, contemporary chart. Five of and two of her compilations at the Seneca Allegany Casino & the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus these singles went to No. 1 on have received an RIAA Gold Hotel Events Center, Saturday Library System, Jones Memorial the country chart between 1995 certification, or higher. In the October 6, 2012. Tickets start at Hospital, Olean Medical and 2001, and one peaked at U.S. she has sold over 14 million $70. For tickets, log on to www. Group, and several clinics in No. 1 on the adult contemporary albums. In addition, McBride the Chautauqua County Health Network to create a grant Don’t Forget to Check Us Out On Facebook! totaling about $700,000 to move the project forward. The cost saving for creating electronic Check Us Out At medial records is one of the concepts driving the program. When the system is built out it is expected to serve about 1,500 customers.

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Football Varsity Football: • September 28 – 7:30 PM vs Sherman • October 6 – 1:30 PM @ Panama • October 12 – 7:30 PM vs Franklinville

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NOTICE OF FORMATION: B.P. HAEN MECHANICAL CONTRACTING, LLC. Under 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 Mechanical Contracting, LLC were filed with the NY Secretary of State (SOS) on August 14, 2012. The county within this state in which the office of the LLC is to be located is Cattaraugus. The SOS is designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. The post office address 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 of B.P. Haen Mechanical Contracting, LLC is to engage in any lawful activity pursuant to New York Limited Liability Company Law. Notice of Formation of Golden Stride Walker Ranch, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed Secy. of State of NY (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, NY 14731. Purpose: any lawful activity.

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., Ste. 420, Frisco, TX 75034. LLC formed in DE on 4/6/09. NY Sec. of State designated agent of 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 Greentree Dr., Ste. 101, Dover, DE 19904. Cert. of Form. filed with DE Sec. of State, 401 Federal St., Dover, DE 19901. Purpose: all lawful purposes. Notice of Organization of Hide-A-WayRestaurant, LLC. The name of the limited liability 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 Secretary of State is designated as agent for service of process. The Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any such process to 2597 Route 394, Steamburg, NY 14783. The purpose of the LLC is to engage in any lawful business activity.

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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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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.

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.

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COMMUNITY 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 more information or 716-595-2836. Call Clarion 716-366-8350 for discounted room rates.

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Falling Leaves Festival : September 29-30, 2012 : Salamanca, NY

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Gift Participants Alexandra’s Barkstrom Acupuncture Casey’s Heating & Air CiCi Foot Bar City Garage Country Woods Creative Imports Daff Dry Goods Don’s Car Wash Ellicottville Oasis Day Spa Evergreen Outfitters GG My Love Glass Growers Gallery Harley-Davidson Of Jamestown Hollyloft Jon Elder Photography Kazoo II Kia Of Jamestown Merritt Estate Winery Mike’s Nursery Mirage Salon & Spa Pearson’s Stained Glass Red Door Ski Shop Rosebud’s Cottage The Art House The Watch Shop Village Wine Rack


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Purchase Your $20 Resort Guide. Use it Twice and it Pays for Itself! The 2012 Resort Guide is filled with discounts and specials from area retailers from Chautauqua and Ellicottville Regions. The purchase of this Guide benefits the Bemus Bay Pops and WNY Kidney Connection.

Resturant Participants Italian Fisherman Kabob’s Kafe Silver Fox The Pauper Restaurant The See-Zurh House The Village Casino Wing City Grille Ye Hare N’ Hounds Inn

Pick Up Your Copy at these Distribution Centers: --Italian Fisherman --Evergreen Outfitters --Pearson’s Stained Glass --Mirage Salon & Spa --Harley Davidson of Jamestown

Ellicottville’s Newspaper Online: BEER Weekly & WINE FESTIVAL : November 10, 2012 : Ellicottville, NY

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Scenes from the Summer 2012 in Ellicottville

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Summer Music Festival, June 29-July 1: Featuring The Guess Who, Buffalo Philharmonic, Pet Parade & More

Jazz & Blues Weekend, July 27: Over 13 Bands Rocked through the Village Feat. Jim Tudini Band on Monroe Main Stage

Taste of Ellicottville, August 11

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Rock N’ Roll Weekend, September 14

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