UPCLOSE & PERSONAL: JACK QUAVIS – “THERE IS NO I IN EVL”..... PAGE 5 May 9 - May 15, 2013
Volume 08 ~ Issue 19
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Event on Leadership : More than 300 Leaders Expected to Attend 5/16
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Buffalo Niagara Partnership, Buffalo Niagara Sales & Marketing Executives, Leadership Buffalo, and University at Buffalo Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership Alumni Association are teaming to present Entrepalooza ‘13 at the Lodge at Holiday Valley in Ellicottville, NY on Thursday, May 16, 2013 from 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 pm. Event organizers have focused the day’s programming on Entrepalooza ‘13’s central theme of Leadership. More than 300 entrepreneurs and business leaders from across the Buffalo Niagara region are expected to attend the ninth annual full day program. Entrepalooza ‘13 features keynote speaker Susan Scott, best-selling author and founder of Fierce, Inc. Known for her bold yet practical approach to leadership development, Susan Scott has been challenging people to say the things that can’t be said for over two decades. Scott founded Fierce in 2001 after 13 years
leading CEO think tanks, more than 10,000 hours of conversations with senior executives, and the belief that any single conversation can change an organization’s trajectory. Scott’s books include Fierce Conversations and Fierce Leadership. Entrepalooza ’13 also includes Expo & Experts, featuring subject matter experts presenting interactive roundtables on leadership topics and more than 50 locally-based organizations exhibiting in a tradeshow format. Applications to exhibit and present are currently available on Entrepalooza.com. “Entrepalooza is all about bringing business leaders together to build their leadership skill sets and grow their organizations,” said MJ Caliendo, chair of Entrepalooza and CEO of a local Vistage International Group. “Four See LEADERS page 9
Spirits Raises the Roof E’Vill Spirits’ New Addition will Allow for Class Space
Story by John Thomas, Staff Writer
After more than a decade at its location on Monroe Street E-Ville Spirits is raising the roof – literally. A roughly 400 square foot section of the roof at center of the store is going to be raised to create a larger second story. Owner Shannon Carscallen says the change is necessary because “the store is just too small to do what we want to do.” The new area will become an educational center where they will put on wine tastings, scotch educational forums, and other classes. “We want the community to be able to take part in some of the things we are going to do up there,” she adds. The current office and bathroom on the second See SPIRITS page 9
The new area will become an educational center where they will put on wine tastings, scotch educational forums, and other classes.
Remedy On Deck
Zoning Board Grants Nature’s Remedy New Deck Story by John Thomas, Staff Writer
Nature’s Remedy owner Gretchen Mendall was at the Village Zoning Board of Appeals meeting Tuesday night to continue her request to extend the deck currently under construction at the back of her store on Monroe. As part of her move last summer, she took over the building formally occupied by the former Double Diamond establishment. She extended the back of the store about twelve feet into the parking lot. The plans included a four-foot deck off the back of the addition. Ms. Mendall had asked to change the plan and extend the deck another four feet to The extension of the back of NaRemedy can be seen along create an eight-foot wide deck off the ture’s with the four-foot deck under conSee ZBA page 9
struction. The extended deck will be four feet wider.
E’Ville Farmers Market Moves
Locates to Lawn at Town Hall Beginning Friday, June 21: Runs Fridays through Oct. 4
Inside this Issue...
By Leo McCarthy
Gretchen Wilson.... Page 6 Nashville.com’s Jerry Holthouse Interviews Gretchen Wilson
In a genre dominated by men, Gretchen Wilson put women back on the map with her Grammy Award-winning single “Redneck Woman,” back in 2004. She’s taken on a couple more responsibilities since then like label head and producer. Right on Time is Wilson’s fifth album, her first in three years and we think it’s the best since her first album, Here for the Party. Nashville.com recently caught up with Wilson and here’s what she had to say. Nash: How would you define this record? Wilson: It’s hard on this album. When we were trying.......
Music Spotlight ... Page 7
Checking Out The Tunes & Other Stuff In Ellicottville By Robby & Sherman Wilkens The beautiful sunshine of last weekend has continued on to this week. Now, as we enter May’s second weekend, we may not be floating in SUN & FUN, which has been enhancing Ellicottville’s Spring Time. Last weekend’s Ya Gotta Regatta was a real hit because of the wonderful weather we just experienced and the April snow that kept Holiday Valley open until mid April. That snow added to our creek and river levels, plus the wonderful sunshine, made this year’s Ya Gotta Regatta.....
After being located for the last three years at the Church of Christ on Elizabeth St, the Ellicottville Farmers Market will be moving to its new location on the front lawn of the Ellicottville Town Hall. Organizers felt that although the old location was more than adequate, it was a little off the beaten path and the Town Hall corner location would be much more visible to vehicle and pedestrian traffic. The Ellicottville Farmers Market is sponsored and managed by a local organization known as REAP which stands for Rural Enterprising Association of Proprietors. REAP is a
non-profit corporation created 27 years ago by a group of southern tier New York farmers who were looking for ways to get their farm products directly onto the tables of local consumers. In recent years, being able to buy fresh produce and other products straight from local farms has gained popularity as more and more people become better educated and aware about the advantages of buying fresh and eating healthy. REAP was at the forefront of this trend and has a system of farm market management in place which is second to none. Three years ago, when the Ellicottville See MARKET page 9
Honor Society Salutes Students
Awards Dinner in Olean Tributes National Honor Society Students from 12 Schools in County By, Nicholas Pircio WPIG, 95.7 FM
“Truly amazing” is how guest speaker University President Sister Margaret Carney of St. Bonaventure University described the accomplishments of National Honor Society students at the 42nd Annual Recognition Dinner held on May first at the Premier Banquet Center in Olean. About 400 students and adults were present for the banquet, which pays tribute to Honor Society members from the twelve
Cattaraugus County schools. Sister Margaret reflected on the values of character, scholarship, leadership, and service which are espoused by the National Honor Society. She shared the stories of two persons who possessed these attributes, saying they, “Really transformed the world, and for the second of them, even (helped) create this region of western New York.” The first role model, John Harrison, solved the biggest technical See HONOR page 9
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Ellicottville Food Pantry Donations Needed - Collections From This Week
Please donate your deposit paid cans, bottles and plastic containers to help Ellicottville Public Charities support The Ellicottville Food Pantry and others from Cattaraugus County. Just call Sherman 716-912-8306 or drop them off at 21 Madison Street in Ellicottville. Collected this week 2,112 - Year to date 33,017!
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Special Offer For Ellicottville Locals - Next Wed.-Fri. Only
The Ellicottville Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce that we are offering our Ellicottville Locals a very special ticket price for the Gretchen Wilson concert on Saturday July 6th and the Creedence Clearwater Revisited concert on Sunday July 7th. Tickets for Gretchen Wilson will
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we will not be extending the dates of this offer! This offer is open to full time residents of Ellicottville or people who work in Ellicottville only and proof of residency or employment is required. Tickets will be limited to 4 per person per concert. Please contact the Chamber at 699-5046 for more information.
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In a genre dominated by men, Gretchen Wilson put women back on the map with her Grammy Award-winning single “Redneck Woman,” back in 2004. She’s taken on a couple more responsibilities since then like label head and producer. Right on Time is Wilson’s fifth album, her first in three years and we think it’s the best since her first album, Here for the Party. Nashville.com recently caught up with Wilson and here’s what she had to say. Nash: How would you define this record? Wilson: It’s hard on this album. When we were trying to get it uploaded to iTunes we were like “What is it?” There are three or four country songs on there, a couple of rock songs, there’s a forties sounding song, there’s a pop song, there’s a blues song. We cover all of that on this record. I don’t want to just be in the country category. Nash: Unlike past albums, you only wrote one song on this album. How do you pick your songs? Wilson: I’ve got to record the best songs. They have to move me and sometimes I write songs that don’t move me that much. You’ve got to be honest with yourself with stuff like that. Nash: Still Rollin’ is a great song. It has a real seventies Jackson Brown kind of feel. Is that what you were going after? Wilson: Being the one song I co-wrote on the album, it has a lot of my influence in it. Every band you heard in the seventies is an influence in that song. There was no demo on that song and there wasn’t even a scratch
vocal to play for the band. When we got in the studio I just picked up my guitar and said, “it goes like this.” Nash: Do you have a favorite song on the album? Wilson: I do. It’s a Becca Bramlett song called The Gypsy in Me. There are not too many songs anymore that are just that . . . naked. That’s the best word I have for it. It’s stark, alone and real. It reminds me of Les Miserable. The moment when Ann Hathaway shows up with absolutely no make up on and sings that song. You’re frozen for four minutes. Because she really looks like hell and it doesn’t matter . . . it’s beautiful. Nash: Did The Gang of Outlaws Tour with ZZ Top and 3 Doors Down last year have any influence on this album since that was your first tour with noncountry artists? Wilson: I’ve done shows with Kid Rock, Skynyrd and 38 Special so I’ve played to that audience before but yes this was the first like this. It was a great opportunity for me to jump on a tour like that because unless I get out there and cross-reference this for people, some of them may never even know that I can rock. Sometimes little things like I’m classified as a country star get in the way. You can’t go into the rock section and find Gretchen Wilson but the same people that like Kid Rock and ZZ Top like Gretchen Wilson. For me it was an opportunity as a record label and an artist to reach more people. And I feel like ZZ Top has influenced me from the first album. They’ve always been
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Dave Stringfellow is a year round employee at Holiday Valley who shifts from ski patrol activities three seasons a year to a monitor and first aider at Sky High during the summer months. As a full time ski patroller Dave has several major off-season patrol related responsibilities. He is the architect of literally miles of fencing that is installed during the winter. He is in charge of lift evacuation equipment, caches and actual lift evacuation drills during the off-season and ski season. The lifts are frequently used during the off-season for social as well as athletic events. He has written both the summer and winter chair lift evacuation plan documents necessary for the state regulators. Dave is also
in charge of maintenance and upgrading of all signage at the resort for hill identification and state inspections in the winter, and the control of summer guests who use the trails for hiking and mountain biking. During the fall preparation for the ski season, he is the patrol’s advisor and instructor for evacuation procedures and training for all resort departments from mountain crew, ski instructors, safety patrol as well as the required ski patrol. During the ski season itself he is a true example of “Joe Patroller”. He runs toboggans, drives snowmobiles, dispatches, and performs OEC skills as necessary. He is in the patrol room at 7 AM, ready to set up the hill five days a week. He’s
even known to occasionally hike to the top of the mountain and sneak in a few runs before the lifts open. He is a CPR / AED and OEC instructor and first responder for his local ambulance squad. After serving every administrative position possible on patrols and in the region, including Region Director, he has just relinquished the Region treasurer position. National Ski Patrol awards are not new to him and in 2009 he was honored with the Distinguished Service Award. Showing no signs of slowing down Dave continues to set an example for the younger patrollers of what can be accomplished as a leader on their patrol, region, division and as a National Ski Patrol patroller.
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Nashville.com’s Jerry Holthouse Interviews Gretchen Wilson an influence on my life. They influenced me more personally on the tour. Just to know they’ve been doing it this long and they still love it. They still make it work. You always wonder in this business “when am I going to be to old?” It’s just in your face all of the time. Nash: What was it like starting your own label and going from being just an artist to doing everything? Wilson: It took a lot of time to figure it out. You don’t know where to start when you have to buy a barcode. There’s so much to it legally and paper work and setting everything up. I kind of just took it on like everything else in my life. I’m either out of the music business or I’m gonna figure this out and quick like. I’ve always done my best work when I was up against the wall, had very little time and I was stressed out. That’s usually when I make it happen. And I’m fine working under that kind of pressure. The more time I have, I’ll end up screwing it up. Or talking myself out of something I should have done. The real difficult part was the financial aspect of it. What a lot of stars do that I didn’t is partner up with another company and call it Redneck slash whoever. And the reason people do that is it’s a huge risk to take with your own money. But I did not want to have to sit in a room and ask someone else if a song was good enough to go on the record. I felt like I owed myself the opportunity to make the record I had been hearing all these years without having to ask someone who doesn’t have a musical bone in his or her body. Sorry, was that too harsh? Nash: No I get it. Wilson: And you know what? Redneck records will probably never sell 4 million copies of anything out of the box but the good news is, I don’t have to. I’m also not in a twenty-story building paying 400 employees that don’t know what the hell they’re doing. In my mind, all I have to do is make enough money to make more records, and then I’ll be happy. —Jerry Holthouse
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Postal Food Drive
Food Drive To Benefit Ellicottville Food Pantry May 11th
Food drive to benefit the Ellicottville Food Pantry. Both Ellicottville and Great Valley are participating. Non-perishable food items accepted at the Post
Office or rural mailbox. Please note that due to the Memorial Day holiday, the Food Express Truck will be coming to Ellicottville on an alternate
date. Usually it is the 4th Monday of the month. The May delivery will be on Friday May 31. Registration begins at noon. Truck arrives at 1pm.
Summer Intern Position Ellicottville Memorial Library Seeks Summer Intern
General Background: The Ellicottville Memorial Library is pleased to announce the generous donation of funds from the Rotary Club of Ellicottville Foundation for Youth to hire a local student as a summer intern to help with the children’s Summer Reading Program. We are thrilled because this additional person will give us the ability to provide more programs and activities to the 100+ children that sign up each summer for our Summer Reading Program. The theme for this year’s Summer Reading Program is “Dig Into Reading!” This program not only helps motivate children to read but it also develops positive attitudes
about reading and books. It also helps children maintain their reading skills over summer vacation and encourages regular use of the library. We are already gearing up to provide programs and events focusing on creatures that live underground, archeology, and discovering the dirt on dirt. Requirements: We are looking for a selfmotivated, creative person to help develop programs and events in conjunction with the Summer Reading Program. This would include developing games, activities, contests, etc. focusing on this summer’s theme – “Dig Into Reading!” Prospective applicants should be familiar with basic computer
programs, have an interest in working with children and an enthusiasm for reading. Any student interested in applying for this position should stop by the Ellicottville Memorial Library or call 6992842 for information. The intern must be currently enrolled in college or planning on attending college this fall and preference will be given to Ellicottville Central School graduates. This position will run from June 17th until August 9th. (These dates can be adjusted by one week if necessary to accommodate high school seniors) The pay rate is 30 hours per week at $7.50 per hour. Please submit an application and resume by June 1st.
Holiday Valley Mudstock HV Hosts Mudslide Kick-Off Party June 14th From 6-10pm Announcing the newest addition to the Holiday Valley Mudslide Race – Mudstock! The Friday night packet pickup party at the Holiday Valley Pools and Cabana Bar. All are welcome! Register for the Mudslide or pick up your registration packet from 6pm to 10pm on Friday, June 14th at the HV Cabana
Bar. The party will include live music, drink specials, door prizes, and free pool entry for Mudsliders. The pool will be open until 9pm. For more information and to pre-register for the Mudslide Obstacle Trail Run, visit holidayvalley.com/mudslide. Also, ‘Like” Holiday Valley Mudslide on Facebook!
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Register Now For The 2nd Annual HV Mudslide Fun Race; June 15th
The second annual Holiday Valley Mudslide is a mudrun that’s FUN. Yes, you’ll get muddy, yes there is running, yes there are 8 obstacles but NO fire, NO barbed wire and NO electric shocks! The 3.5
mile course starts at the top of the mountain at Spruce Lake (we’ll even give you a ride up on a chairlift) and runs along the ridgeline then down the hill. The 5.4 mile course adds a bit of uphill running, just in case
you’re feeling especially tough. There is a max of 2,000 competitors. Registration is $60 for the 3.5 OR the 5.4 mile run until June 1 and starting June 2 registration is $75. the Kids’ Race is $5 (up to age 12), register for kids at the starting line. Day of race registration (if available) is from 8AM to 10AM at the Mountain Sports Center. You must pre-register before June 1 to be guaranteed a t-shirt. All competitors will receive a goody bag and a super cool finisher’s medal plus a hot dog and 2 beers (or beverages). If you’re thinking about entering...do it now because we’re limiting the field to 2000 competitors. Preregister here on Active.com.
Summer Soccer Signups Ellicottville Summer Soccer Signups For Ages 5 Thru 17
Thursday, May 9th from 5pm to 7pm • Saturday, May 11th from 1pm to 3pm • Saturday, May 25th from 9am to 11am. Located at the Ellicottville Memorial Library, Maples
Road in Ellicottville. Family plan pricing is as follows: 1st & 2nd child - $25/ each. 3rd child - $20. 4th child – FREE! You must make it to one of the
signup dates. Signup forms will not be accepted after May 25th. No exceptions! Any questions please call Debbie Golley at 716-699-4526 or see Michelle Cortez.
Story time is every Wednesday at 11:15 a.m. at The Ellicottville Memorial Library
Rock City Arts & Crafts Mother’s Day Weekend Arts & Crafts Show From 10am-5pm
Once again Rock City Park, home to the world’s largest display of quartz conglomerate, is hosting their 3rd Annual Arts and Crafts Show on May 11th & 12th. Owner, Cindy Smith states: “There are over a dozen art and craft vendors registered and we are expecting another successful show. We are a small venue, but a good one.” The feature artist is Todd Plough of Ellicottville, NY. Todd is one of the region’s most distinguished artists and has earned a reputation for his American Impressionist oil paintings and his plein air works. Beyond receiving numerous awards for work as a painter he also serves as a teacher for impressionism workshops around the Western NY area. New to the show this year is
an exotic woods craftsman who uses some of the hardest wood materials found on earth, from locations ranging from Africa to Argentine. Chris Beatty of First Cut Wood Working can create anything from pens, bowls to bottle openers. Rock City Park’s Arts and Crafts Show will be held during Mother’s Day Weekend May 11th and 12th. Show hours are 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Rock City Park, 505 Route 16 South, Olean, New York. Admission of $4.50 per person with group and senior discounts applied at entrance. On Mother’s Day all mothers will receive a free admission ticket into the show and park. In addition to the spectacular Arts and Crafts Show guests can enjoy our 45-minute hiking trail, florescent
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rock room, history museum and gift shop. Local vendors will also be available with a variety of hot food items. Rock City Park, located in the Enchanted Mountains of Cattaraugus County, New York on Route 16 is often called one of the Eighth Wonders of the World. This prehistoric ocean floor is the World’s largest exposure of quartz conglomerate and attracts thousands of tourists each year. For additional show information or vendor registration, please contact Theresa Smith at rockcitypark@ hotmail.com or (716) 5608562. Park information, history, directions and general rates can be found on our website at www. rockcitypark.com or contact us at 866-404-ROCK.
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Jack Quavis – “There Is No I In EVL”
Jack (left) Hanging out at the new Main Chalet at Holiday Valley Resort with the President of I SKI NY, Scott Brandi.
By Kristy Koebel If you’re a local or just visit Ellicottville often, you most likely have heard the name ‘Quavis’ here and there. By day, Jack Quavis is popping in and out of local businesses filming his EVL TV videos, depending on the season, updating his video blog recapping his latest ski trip, and by night he’s snapping pictures of all the fun to be had in the bars and restaurants. Quavis is all over, striving to keep the locals and visitors up to date with what’s happening in this fun little town. Quavis started coming to Ellicottville when he was about 5 years old to visit family friends. The town back then was much quieter but still had a very unique feel to it. He has now lived here for 6 years and reminisced on the atmosphere when he started to come around the town more often. “Everyone was always having fun,” he said. Everyone at the resorts, in the restaurants, and in the bars had smiles on their faces; this gave Quavis the idea to share this great place with whoever he
could and that’s when the EVL Rocks website was born. EVL Rocks has been around for 7 years now, and when it was first created Facebook wasn’t what it is now. Quavis started the website as a place to archive and share these event and nightlife photos he was collecting. It was the perfect place for people who haven’t visited Ellicottville yet to see all the fun they were missing! Jack Quavis was beginning to become pretty well known around the nightlife in Ellicottville. If he snapped your picture, you knew you could find it in the next few days on his website. He started to realize the website was getting a little bigger than he thought when people were actually approaching him and asking for their picture to be taken. While the town visitors were starting to recognize Quavis, he had more on his mind than just EVL Rocks. He embarked on 2 major ski trips the past 2 winters and skied over 60 resorts. This was the start of two other projects, SkiMyPOV.com and MySkiPhoto.com. Not only
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of only 3% of schools in the U.S. authorized to oﬀer the International Baccalaureate (I.B.) was he sharing photos from • One Diploma Programme around these other towns • Currently in process of authorization for the Middle Years I.B. Programme Curriculum (5th – 10th grade) the #1 elementary and middle school in the area and resorts but started video •• Ranked Utilizing national assessment tools for teachers and parents to diﬀerentiate the educational blogs showing an up-close experience for each student look into a day and night • Serving a diverse population from all religious, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds at that specific destination. Archbishop Walsh Academy and Southern Tier Catholic Elementary are currently interviewing for experienced faculty and staff to our programs in specific areas. Positions are both full-time and part-time. We appreciate the interest and support of the comQuavis interviewed workers, expand munity in the development of this private school offering, and in turn are always interested in meeting those who want to be part of this unique environment. locals, and visitors and asked 1. Faculty with experience teaching at the college level, or high honors high school and middle school level. what they liked about their • We are interested in any candidates with experience in the core subject areas of math, sciences, history/economics, Spanish language / English language/literature hometown and ski area. literature, • Experience with the International Baccalaureate curriculum either as a student graduate of an I.B. Diploma curriculum or as a teacher, exSkiMyPOV.com was full perience working and living in another country and/or working outside the education environment, and/or experience working in a private are all plusses. of valuable information for school • Instructors will have the ability to contribute to a multi level curriculum leading up from elementary to prepare students for the academic anyone looking for a little expectations of the middle and high school. 2. Elementary level faculty who are capable of managing a differentiated educational environment to develop each student acmore information on any resort cording to their own needs or ski area that he stopped by • Experience with technology, on-line resources, diﬀerentiated education models, and the expectations for student character, behavior, and academics that are consistent with a private Catholic school at. • Opportunity to work in our “classrooms of the future” students to work independently and at continuously higher levels of learning. The knowledge he gained • Ability to challenge 3. Montessori pre-school position open: early childhood education leaders and specialists who are either trained or can be from those endeavors are an trained in the Montessori method. Athletic Director position open: special emphasis on developing a growing sports program and representing Walsh and STCS asset in knowing what’s out in the highly 4.competitive Monsignor Martin league for basketball and other sports. This is a part-time position, ideal for someone already there, what Ellicottville can working full-time or retired. improve on, and what we’re Faculty will have the opportunity to work with leaders on the administrative team who have taught at some of the best IB schools in the world, and to develop and grow by taking advantage of a small population of administrators and schools that are becoming among the doing awesome at. He’s seen best in our country. Faculty development is a strong and continuous commitment in an International Baccalaureate school. a lot and still explained, “This As a private school, STCS and Walsh have great flexibility. 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Entry fees now being accepted for this years Eddie Szpaicher Golf Classic, which will be held at Holiday Valley on Wednesday, July 17th. The festivities start Tuesday the 16th with a party at The Depot. The fees have not changed and this years fees are: Tuesday party- $25.00, Dinner only- $50.00, Golf and dinner- $100.00, Golf, dinner, & party- $125.00. Please email Jay Stoddard with any suggestions or ideas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Story and photos By John Thomas Staff Writer What would you give for a secluded home on over ten acres of land that backs up to woods and has a private pond? What if it was even better? What if it also included an income property and large two-story barn for storage? What if I stop asking questions and just tell you about it? Located about fifteen minutes out of Ellicottville, on the Franklinville/Machias line the home is on a generous piece of property. Two of the acres are a pond with a dock. The
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Checking Out The Tunes & Other Stuff In Ellicottville
Written By: Robby & Sherman Wilkens
The beautiful sunshine of last weekend has continued on to this week. Now, as we enter May’s second weekend, we may not be floating in SUN & FUN, which has been enhancing Ellicottville’s Spring Time. Last weekend’s Ya Gotta Regatta was a real hit because of the wonderful weather we just experienced and the April snow that kept Holiday Valley open until mid April. That snow added to our creek and river levels, plus the wonderful sunshine, made this year’s Ya Gotta Regatta one of the best ever. Because of the weather, the golf conditions at both Holiday Valley and Elkdale Country Club are going strong. Holiday Valley’s back nine opened last Friday, in time for the beginning of Men’s League and is in quite good shape. Call either location for a T time, then get out and enjoy the good times that a round of golf brings to those who play. Our music and other FUN STUFF are also right up there. For the week beginning Thursday May 9, 2013 through Wednesday May15, 2013, we will have nine Bands, three DJ’s, one with a karaoke show attached, a couple of Sound System Music Events, a really neat Mothers Day Appreciation Party plus multiple meal and drink specials taking place in all of the wonderful restaurants and clubs located in the Ellicottville area. One of the Sound System Music Events, like most weeks, will take place in Madigans. Most days of the week when no bands are playing Madigans Sound System will be playing their version of Party Favorites. Then around 10:00 PM, especially on weekends, Club Madigans will take over and increase the FUN & Good Times till close. THURSDAY the week starts off in the usual way with one band and a DJ that will include a Karaoke show. The FUN begins at 8:00 PM in The Gin Mill with Fred & Tuck doing their neat and good time acoustic, folk rock to country music show. Excellent cover tunes done in their unique style will create a really FUN Gin Mill Music Night. Then at 9:00 PM Thursday,
The PUB in Great Valley will again have DJ Felony and his Karaoke Show entertaining their patrons. As always, The PUB Patrons will have two options. Be part of the gig or just kick back and enjoy the FUN times this gig creates. FRIDAY the FUN begins at 7:00 PM in Balloons with Vitamin D on their music stage. Vitamin D is headlined by Vincent DeRosa. From their web site, this three or maybe four piece rock, soul, pop band’s music has a neat positive flare while making funk, fresh music. Their one love is the universal beats that they create from the influences of Jimi Hendrix, Marvin Gaye, Bob Marley, James Brown and the like. This really neat show will draw a crowd. So you may wish to arrive early to enjoy Balloons wonderful Fish Fry before the FUN really gets going. Following Vitamin D, Personable DJ John Barry will take over with his very friendly, LIVE, Personality Show Off Show from Balloons Sound & Light Booth. As always, John’s show will include neat danceable tunes and FUN conversation till close. Returning to 9:00 PM Friday, The Gin Mill will have Two Guys Drinking Beer on stage. Ron and Terry, the two guys, are also the heart and soul of the band West, who played here last weekend. These two talented and excellent musicians will create a very FUN Gin Mill Music & Party Night with their good tunes and general silliness. Also remember The Gin Mill serves their excellent and reasonably priced menu, till midnight on weekends. Also at 9:00 PM Friday Madigans will be hosting Big Ken’s, Chance and Ken’s Mothers Day Appreciation Party featuring the music of The Untouchables. This multi-instrument veteran WNY Rock ‘N’ Roll Band performs a neat blend of R&B, Oldies Rock, and Classic Soul along with several other music styles. They design their show to the likes of the crowd. This annual Madigans Mother’s Day Event is open to all who wish to honor their Moms, while enjoying a really FUN Madigans music night. Moving to SATURDAY, The music begins at 6:00 PM in Balloons with The Tommy Z Band in house. Tommy Z, now, an internationally recognized blues singer, songwriter and guitarists along with his band will be playing many original tunes that carry the true meaning and feel of the blues. Tommy Z’s CD’s, including Sometimes, will also be available. Many of us remember Tommy Z as a Balloons regular performer. This will be another wonderful Balloons Blues Show. Following The Tommy Z Band, DJ Chatty or Flakey Frank
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In the last few years there have been several studies and research in regards to inflammation at a cellular level. Inflammation is now cited as the primary culprit of dozens of diseases ranging from heart disease to dementia and diabetes. A large number of recommendations have been suggested from diet changes to supplementing with Omega 3 oils, antioxidants and more. There are several factors to consider in preventing the inflammation of the cells. Your body reinvents itself or recreates itself regularly. The skin cells are completely replaced in 28 days, the skeletal system is rebuilt about every five years. Since the body is constantly regenerating itself, the new cells require certain nutrients and building components to function properly and be healthy. When you give your body the nutritional tools it needs it will prevent disease and heal itself one cell at a time. Inflammation is part of this process, the cells get toxic, the oxygen is not circulating, they cannot absorb nutrients properly and as a result they are slow in eliminating waste and toxins.
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St. Aloysius May Events Home School Association Hosts Two May Events
Looking for the perfect Mothers Day gift idea? St. Aloysius Regional School is selling beautiful hanging flower baskets, Millionbelles & Fuchsias, in a variety of colors for just $20 each. Call the school to place an order: 5927002. Flowers will be available for pick-up: Friday, May 10th from 12pm- 4pm in front of the school. St. Aloysius Regional School will host its annual Plant Sale and Chicken Barbeque on Saturday, May 18, 2013 at the Parish Hall, 186 Franklin St.,
Springville, NY 14141. 716592-7002 Have you started your seeds yet? Gardening season is upon us. Get a jump-start on your garden with plants at our annual Plant Sale. Sale will begin at 9am. Plant Sale will include an assortment of annuals, perennials, vegetables and herbs from local gardens and greenhouses. Come early for the best plant selection. Feeling hungry? There are plenty of outdoor activities scheduled in the Springville area this day. Stop in and enjoy a Chicken BBQ dinner. The BBQ
starts at 11:00 am for both dine in and take out orders. Prices are $8.50 presale and $9.00 at the door. The menu includes 1Ž2 chicken (Krolick’s BBQ), salt potatoes, macaroni salad, roll & butter, and dessert. Beverages are available for dine in orders. Please contact the school, 5927002, for presale orders. The Home School Association (HSA) of St. Aloysius Regional School sponsors these events. All proceeds benefit St. Aloysius Regional School and its students. HSA thanks you for your continued support.
2013 Rock City Park Opens Park Opens For The Season Wednesday, May 1st from 9-6pm
Stretch your muscles as you follow a path over, under and even through rocks that tower as high as 80 feet! You’ll first enjoy the mighty sweep of the mountaintop view of 1000 square miles of Enchanted Mountains from “Signal Rock”, once a long range signaling point for Indians. Descend the crevice staircases
leading to hiking trails strewn Rock Room! Picnic facilities are with great monolithic rocks available. We suggest you wear of dramatic sizes and shapes. casual clothes and comfortable The city of rocks is a magical shoes and allow 1-hour minimum adventure you’ll want to repeat. to see Rock City Park............one You’ll find a souvenir and rock of the Great Natural Wonders of shop where you can purchase the United States. many types of gems, minerals, Closed during inclement fossils and rocks from all over weather. For more information the world. There is also a on this event please visit http:// Museum and Fluorescent Light www.RockCityPark.com
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Chris Eichman & Mark Loveless Receives The Silver Beaver Award The Allegheny Highlands Council, Boy Scouts of America, recently presented the highest award that can be bestowed upon a volunteer by a local council, the Silver Beaver Award. Chris Eichman, from Fredonia, and Mark Loveless from West Valley, have long pedigrees in the Boy Scouts and each has decades of strong involvement. For more information about Scouts in your community, call the Scout Service
The Ellicottville Library Book Club meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 1:30 pm. The May meeting will be the annual luncheon and outing and will take place on Monday, May 13th. The June 12th book is “Snow Child” by Eowyn Ivey. Contact Bev Webster at 945-4089 for more information
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Story From Cover floor will remain the same. The project should be started this week and will take about eight weeks to complete. Carscallen says the store will remain open during construction. Upon completion the new space will allow the store to expand their current schedule of seminars. Carscallen says this summer they are going to start monthly wine clubs that will feature four to six different wines per
Cont. From Cover extension. The extended deck will come to within one foot of the property line. This would put it well within the four-foot setback required by code. As the Board of Appeals discussed the matter several questions came up. Parking and snow removal were two
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problem facing 17th century navigators. His invention, the maritime chronometer, was eventually adopted as the standard mechanism for solving the problem of how to establish an accurate measure of longitude. Before the chronometer, ships, lives, cargoes, and naval battles were all lost, because there was no way to be sure of the accuracy of any given location. The second person mentioned by Sister Margaret was Nicholas Devereaux, the land developer who, along with others such as Dewitt Clinton and Martin Van Buren, persevered in the dream to build the Erie Canal and thus open up the country for economic development. The Erie Canal, said Sister Margaret, “Was in the nineteenth century what the internet is for us today. It was the linkage that gave New York the right to call itself the Empire State.” Sister Margaret told the students that these men persevered against enormous odds to achieve their goals. “They were incredible examples of qualities you possess and that you are being asked to hold on to as bedrock foundations for the rest of your life. They (the men mentioned) did it so that
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month. Members will gather in the new space to learn more about the selection of wines for that month. She envisions more classes on various topics and hopes to be holding classes at least once a month. Bob Duke is hoping to expand on their popular scotch seminars. Interest in them has grown since they started holding them two years ago. Presently attendees must cluster around the many wine racks, and as Duke says, “clutter up the center of the store.” At present most of the seminars are held in January, February and March. Duke says the new
space should allow them to broaden the schedule. Plans call to create a space that matches the rustic style of the downstairs store. Shannon has contracted with local artisans to create furniture made from old wine barrels. The new space is not the only thing that Carscallen has in mind for the store. She wants to start offering wine and food pairings in conjunction with some of the local restaurants. Though participating restaurants have not been selected yet, it will be one more way that E-Ville Spirits will be raising its profile in the community.
considerations. The area behind the buildings along Monroe is private parking for the stores and restaurants. Board members asked if the new deck would cut down on parking. Ms. Mendall replied that most cars when they park pull right up to the building (or deck) so parking would not be affected. It was determined that snow removal would not be affected. In looking over the plot plans it appeared there was a four-foot right of way designated on the
spot where the deck was to be built. It was explained, years ago when Mr. Fitzpatrick sold the building he had established the right of way for customers from adjacent stores to cross along the back of the establishments. Now all that area is common parking and the right of way is no longer needed. “A right of way to nowhere,” quipped one of the board members. A motion was made to allow the variance to build the eight-foot deck, which passed.
building on Elizabeth St. and along with non perishable products, offers vouchers for clients to use to purchase produce from the farmers market. This year’s Farmers Market will be held every Friday from Noon to 5pm on the front lawn of the Ellicottville Town/Village Hall at the corner of Rt. 242 and 219 on the West end of the Village beginning on Friday June 21st, and run till October 4th. Although the actual number of vendors and products will
vary from week to week, there is almost always a good assortment of farm fresh vegetables and other products like flowers, shrubs, honey, maple syrup, baked goods, crafts and handmade clothing that will be available. For more info. on the Ellicottville Farmers Market, or if you would like to join REAP and become a vendor - please contact either Don Wild at 716945-4649 or Bob Brockman at 716-699-4145.
our generations would prosper.” At the awards dinner, five scholarships in honor of the originators of the recognition banquet were awarded to students who competed on academic achievement and writing ability. The recipients were: Lee Frair Scholarship-Emily Simon, Portville Central School • Mary Elizabeth Eaton Scholarship—Rachel McMahon-Eagan, Ellicottville Central School • Raymond Leahy Scholarship—John Peterson, Randolph Central School • James Doyle Scholarship—Marcus Enser, West Valley Central School Betty Pappas Scholarship— Robert Devling, Olean High School Plaques to the Outstanding Chapter Member of each school were presented by Mr. Michael McCann, Dinner Chairman, to: Kaylee McRae, AlleganyLimestone Central School • Grace Powers, Archbishop Walsh Academy • Daniel Vasconcellos, CattaraugusLittle Valley School • Shannon Wilson, Ellicottville Central School • Whitney Farrand, Franklinville Central School • Courtney Lentz, Hinsdale Central School • Robert Devling, Olean High School • Sydney Taylor, Pioneer Central School • Emily Simon, Portville School • Morgan Fiebelkorn, Randolph School • Jill Magara, Salamanca School • Marcus
Enser, West Valley School. An additional award, the Scholastic Excellence Award, was presented to one recipient from each school. The selection was based on the highest combined SAT score on any one test date for a Senior Honor Society member from each school. Awards were given by Mrs. Mary Yates to: Jessica Mall, AlleganyLimestone • Andrew Weber, Archbishop Walsh • Lisa Taapken, Cattaraugus-Little Valley • Rachel McMahonEagan, Ellicottville • Whitney Farrand, Franklinville • Matthew Davis, Hinsdale • Soumitri Barua, Olean High • Matthew Mitchell, Pioneer • Emily Simon, Portville • John Peterson, Randolph • Kyler Whitcomb, Salamanca • Jessica Baker, West Valley Miss Betty Pappas, committee member, distributed the Distinguished Service Awards. The award goes to the “unsung hero” member of each school. Recipients were: Jordan Giardini, AlleganyLimestone • Grace Powers, Archbishop Walsh • Logan Martin, Cattaraugus-Little Valley • William Murphy, Ellicottville • Trent Dingman, Franklinville • Thao Huynh, Hinsdale • Ian Patrick, Olean • Ryan Merlau, Pioneer • Andrea Seib, Portville • Peter Vincent, Randolph • Jordan Simpson, Salamanca • Steven Durandetto, West Valley.
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Community Garage Sale GOACC Garage Sale To Be Held May 18 from 9-4pm
The officials at Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce have scheduled the Community-Wide Garage Sale on Saturday, May 18, from 9 AM until 4 PM. The Chamber is encouraging people to get up in their attics, basements, and garages and start sorting and cleaning. Betty Burrows, Program Associate at GOACC states, “Garage sales are very well attended events. More than 218 houses participated last year and more than 246 maps were handed out. We encourage residents to hold garage sales at their homes or join with neighbors to hold
block sales.” For anyone who is interested in holding a garage sale at their home, they need to register their address with GOACC to be placed on the garage sale map for a $3 fee. GOACC will need address, and a short list of items that the home would be selling. Deadline to enter is Wednesday, May 15 at NOON. Maps depicting the locations of the garages sales, will be available on Friday, May 17 and also will be handed out from GOACC office on the morning of the sales, beginning at 7 AM. Mail or drop off garage sale information to GOACC, 120
North Union Street. You may also fax information to 3727912 or email info@oleanny. com. Below are some tips for a successful community-wide garage sale: Have a good variety of items; Have bargain prices - that’s what garage sales are all about; Clean everything - make sure the items are clean and in good condition; Tag Everything; Be Neat; Be ready to negotiate; Keep Records and Safeguard your money and valuables. For more information contact the Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce at 716/372-4433.
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Community Calender May 8 - 11 2013 Women’s Only Garage Party At Gowanda Harley-Davidson Gowanda- An event designed to help you learn more about riding, riding gear, and Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Visit www.gowandaharly.com for more info.
Olean Farmers’ Market Olean- The Olean Farmers’ Market begins at 8 a.m. on Saturday, May 11 at the JCC arch parking lot oﬀ N. Union Street (near the Olean mall). Stop by every Saturday, rain or shine, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. through October 26th.
May 25 Amish Relief Auction Cherry Creek- All day starting at 9:30am, rain or shine. Located at the Empire Livestock Cherry Creek Market, 6732 Pickup Hill Rd, Cherry Creek, NY. Amish made furniture, food, quilts, etc. For more information call Sue at 716-296-5041.
May 22 German Paper Cutting Class May 11 May 24 & 25 Ellicottville- Cathy Lacy will be 2013 Cattaraugus County instructing a “scherenschnitte” German Memorial Day Weekend Book Sale SPCA Benefit Ellicottville- The Library book sale will paper cutting class which will be Olean- This all day event will include a be open Friday May 24th and Saturday spaghetti dinner and adoptable animals held on May 22nd from 6 – 8 pm. will attend! For upcoming information Registration is required due to limited May 25th from 10 am to 5 pm. The sale visit www.spcacattco.webstarts.com. class size and the class is free! Contact will continue for another two weeks and be open during normal business the library to register. hours. If you are bringing books to May 11 & 12 donate to the sale, please drop them oﬀ May 22 Rock City Arts & Crafts Show by Thursday May 23rd. Huge Garage Sale Rock City- 3rd Annual Arts & Crafts Springville- Huge garage sale from Show hosted at Rock City Park on May 31 – June 2 9am-4pm at the Concord Historical Mother’s Day Weekend from 10amDairy Festival Society Complex located at 17 Franklin 5pm. For more information call Springville- WNY Dairy Agriculture Street, Springville, NY. Many items Theresa at 716-560-8562. Festival. All 3 days in beautiful including antiques, household, and Springville, NY. Food, music, much more! May 11 – Oct 26 parade, and fireworks! 2013 Season Opening For REAP
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PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING: Pursuant to Section 7-725-b of the NYS Village Law, a public hearing before the Village of Ellicottville Planning Board will be held on Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at 5:30 P.M. in the Ellicottville Town Hall, 1 West Washington Street, Ellicottville, New York to consider: Planning Board Application No. PB-2013-03 An application by Mike Kerns for a Special Use Permit for approval to construct an outdoor dining area adjacent to an existing building located at 20 Monroe Street. In consideration of the provisions of the Village of Ellicottville Zoning Local Law of 2012 (Section 5 –Special Use Permits), the Village Planning Board is in the process of reviewing this application for a Special Use Permit to establish an outdoor dining area located adjacent to the rear of the existing building on this property. On conclusion of the public hearing, the Planning Board will take action on this Special Use Permit application. As such, a public hearing has been scheduled for this application on Tuesday, May 14, 2014 as noted above. On conclusion of the public hearing, the Planning Board will convene to take action on this Special Use Permit application. Application materials are available for review from the Village of Ellicottville Building Inspector/ Code Enforcement Officer at the Department of Public Works Building, 9 Mill Street from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M., weekdays. The Planning Board will hear all interested persons within regard to this application at the public hearing. Persons wishing to do so may submit written comments at or prior to the public hearing. Mary Klahn, Village Clerk PUBLIC NOTICE: The Village of Ellicottville will be having the Re-Organizational Meeting immediately following the Regular Village Board Meeting on May 13th at 6:00pm in the Town and Village Hall, One West Washington Street, Ellicottville, NY 14731. Mary Klahn, Village Clerk Notice Concerning The Examination Of Assessment Inventory And Valuation Date. Pursuant To Section 501 Of The NYS Real Property Tax Law Notice is hereby given that the assessment inventory and valuation data is available for examination and review. This data is the information which will be used to establish the assessment of each parcel which will appear on the tentative assessment roll for the Town of Ellicottville, which will be filed on or before May 1st, 2013. The information may be reviewed, by appointment, in the assessor’s office at the Town Hall on May 6th between the hours of 10am and 2pm and on May 20th between the hours of 10am and 2pm dated this 1st of May, 2013. Robin Pearl, Assessor Notice Of Completion Of Tentative Assessment Roll. Pursuant to Section 506 and 526 of the NYS Real Property Tax Law. Notice is hereby given that the Assessor for the Town of Ellicottville, County of Cattaraugus, has completed the Tentative Assessment Roll for the current year and that a copy has been left with the Town Clerk at 1 W. Washington St, Ellicottville, NY 14731, where it may be seen or examined by any interested person(s) until the fourth Tuesday in May. The Assessor(s) will be in attendance with the Tentative Assessment Roll: May 6th from 10am-2pm • May 13th from 10am-2pm • May 7th from 6pm-8pm • May 20th from 10am-2pm • May 25th from 7am-11am. Grievance day is May 28th between the hours of 4pm and 8pm at the Town Hall, 1 W. Washington St. in said Town where The Board of Assessment Review will hear and examine all complaints in relations to assessments on the application of any person(s) believing himself to be aggrieved. Assessor E-mail: Krto@peoplepc.com. A publication contained procedures for contesting an assessment is available at the Assessor’s office or at: www.tax.ny.gov. Dated this 1st of May, 2013. Robin Pearl, Assessor
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Published on May 9, 2013