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EBC Hosts Historic Stein Beer Event Demonstration of Beer Brewing with Hot Rocks November 5

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By John Thomas Staff Writer Hot rocks in beer? While this may sound like some strange football watching ritual or fraternity induction, it actually is an ancient brewing technique. “It goes back to the Bronze Age,” explains Dan Minner, head brewer at Ellicottville Brewing Company. “They only had ceramic or wood pots, but they knew they had to boil the wort (the starting beer mixture), so they would heat large stones over a fire and put them in the wort to boil it.” At EBC their craft beers are created using a modern stream boiler, but once in a while they like to recreate the ancient process. As Dan says, “It’s fun to experiment a bit.” The Historic Stein Beer Event (stein is German for rock) will be November 5th from 10am to 5pm. The event is open to anyone who wants to see the ancient hot rock brewing technique. But more will be going on than getting hot rocks sudsy; Dan promises there will be good food and lots of EBC’s famous brews for enjoying. The occasion attracts members from several home brew clubs in the area. Dan says

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there should be a lively discussion as members of the various clubs exchange ideas on beer brewing techniques. The $25 fee includes the day’s activities, a barbeque menu meal, and four pints of EBC beer. Dan wasn’t sure if they would be doing their famous whole roast pig, but assured me the food will be great. There is a $5 discount for members of the American Home Brewers Association. “We’ve got about two cords of wood out back” that they will burn to heat the large rocks. When the rocks have reached the desired temperature, they will be placed in a special steel basket, carried ceremoniously through the brewery, and placed in the brewing kettle to boil the wort (a mixture of water barley and malt). Getting the wort to boil and stay boiling will require several loads of hot rocks throughout the afternoon. The prepared wort must then go in fermentation tanks to turn into beer, so the final product will not be available for tasting until about two weeks after the event, when it will be on tap. What will be available are some of EBC’s fall release beers. “We’re going to have our Bee’s Knees beer, made with local honey, some

Town Discusses Proposed Clubhouse at Ellicottvillas

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Mark Dean, an architect, addressed the board on the subject of the clubhouse at Ellicottvillas. He was filing an application for an amendment to the original plan submitted to the board. The developers want to eliminate one of their planned buildings and build a clubhouse in its place. The planned clubhouse will be about 400 square feet larger than the previous four unit building. The new clubhouse will include: an owners’ lounge, a sales area, a reception area, game room, showers, sauna, and a pool and patio area outside.

By John Thomas Staff Writer The Starlite Village condo complex came before the Town Planning Board

again last Monday. A board member pointed out that the approvals for the project had run out as of May of this year. However, the board is able to See VILLAS page 10

At EBC their craft beers are created using a modern stream boiler, but once in a while they like to recreate the ancient process. As head brewer Dan Miner says, “It’s fun to experiment a bit.” The Historic Stein Beer Event (stein is German for rock) will be November 5th from 10am to 5pm. The event is open to anyone who wants to see the ancient hot rock brewing technique. But more will be going on than getting hot rocks sudsy; Dan promises there will be good food and lots of EBC’s famous brews.

ginger and allspice.” Other fall beers process you can’t find anyplace else. may be on tap as well. “This is a great Everybody will have a chance to opportunity to look at a historical participate and have fun.”

Halloween in E’Ville

The Legion, the School and the Village Sat. & Mon.

ECS Holloween Parade will take place in the Village, Monday October 31st beginning at noon. The Village is celebrating Halloween on Halloween the 31st from 6pm until 8pm. American Legion on Maples Road will host a “Safe Halloween for all local children” this Saturday, October 29th from 6-8pm. There will be games, candy and hayrides sponsored by the Ellicottville Rotary Cub and the American Legion of Ellicottville. Donations of small individually wrapped candy (no suckers) are welcomed and can be dropped off at Holiday Valley Reality in care of David Blanchard.

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     Halloween is a season for traditions.  Years ago, local television stations in nearly every large or medium size city would send their home-grown ghouls and vampires onto the small screen to See OCTOBER 31 page 11

Route 219 Expansion

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Regional leaders from a host of industries met recently at the “Route 219: Road to Our Future” forum at the Mahoney State Office Building to discuss the importance of restoring funding to the U.S. Route 219 project. The forum members, who included leaders from the transportation, tourist, banking, and health care industry as

Tax Abatements Chair Lift, Rail Release on IDA Agenda

See Rte. 219 page 9

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By Nicholas Pircio, 95.7 FM, WPIG

By Nicholas Pircio, 95.7 FM, WPIG

The Cattaraugus County Industrial Development Agency met on Tuesday, October 25th for their regular monthly session in Ellicottville. Board members accepted a Sale Leaseback Application from HoliMont, Inc. HoliMont is seeking sales tax abatement for installation of a State-ofthe-Art High Speed Quad Chair Lift. Executive Director Corey Wiktor said the board has yet to approve the chair

A local foods project being promoted by the Southern Tier West Regional Planning and Development Board is moving forward, thanks to some positive news received recently by the planning board. The board met on Thursday, October 20th at their offices in Salamanca. Executive Director Richard Zink said they finally received their official funding. Zink said, “We’ve been talking

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See STW page 7

 

As part of a learning experience at the University at Buffalo, Ellicottville will be hearing some new insights come December when UB’s tourism class wraps up its semester-long project. In this year’s “The Tourism Studio: Building on Success: Next Steps for Ellicottville,” 11 students are working on the project. So far, the students have already toured Ellicottville and surveyed visitors during Fall Fest, among other things.

well as labor groups and educators, addressed how the completion of the project would have a significant impact on improving the economies of Western New York and Western Pennsylvania. Before the project can resume the state would need to restore funding to a Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement, which it suspended in

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~ The Villager ~ October 27- November 2, 2011

Publisher’s Word “So Long October”

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

And wasn’t it a beauty? Nature has its own version of “trick or treat” you know. And for most of the month, it was a real pleasure for those of us who relish the crisp weather, the blue skies and the gorgeous palate of colors one can only find in the Enchanted Mountains. And now? We’re down to one last weekend – one last fling for fall. The transition to November can be a rough one, so you better saddle up and come on in to Ellicottville this weekend to see some sights of a different variety. I speak, of course, of the trick or treaters. Halloween falls on a Monday night this year, and the early evening hours are for the little ones to parade from house to house, busily collecting candy while dressed as their favorite animal, vegetable or cartoon. Later in the evening, while the wee ones empty their pillow

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Eagles Superbowl Champs Ellicottville’s Pee Wee Football Team Scored 13-0 Win

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By: Ryan Droney University of Pittsburgh When Ellicottville’s Little Eagles’ coach Brad Hurley stated, “we have a good chance of going a long way in the playoffs”, he was more than on target. In fact, the pee wee football team went more than a long way; they went all the way, and are now the 2011 super bowl champions. Winning the super bowl is an outstanding accomplishment, but the way the Eagles won was beyond impressive. With a final score of 13 to 0, they posted their 6th shutout of the season at noon this past Saturday over the Franklinville Panthers, on the Panthers home field no less. The game was held on a field that was less than desirable, coach Hurley said of the conditions, “It was chilly, the field was slimy and muddy, but the sun was out and once we got the kids adjusted to the field they adjusted just fine”. Tom Stahley of Great Valley, who was at the game, said “it was a centerfield battle between defenses-most of the game was played between the forty yard lines”. Mr. Stahley continues, “It was another shutout performance and a great defensive battle”. Coach

Hurley commented on the defensive play, saying “I have to comment on the defense, they really impressed me. At halftime we made some adjustments and from then out our defense just shut them down.” He follows up by saying, “We kept their offense to less than fifty yards total, which is something I’m very proud of”. Assistant coach Roger Stell, who has spent 5 years with coach Hurley said of the game and season, “We had a young team, and they surpassed everybody’s expectations”. Speaking of the six shutouts, Stell says “that’s something right there; you don’t see that very often and it’s quite an accomplishment”. Mr. Stahley described the teams play during the season and final game as “scrappy, that’s how they played each and every game”. The road to the playoffs included one loss to the Salamanca Warriors and a win over the Alleghany Gators, which was also a shutout with a final score of 6 to 0. Overall, the team finished with a 7 and 2 record, placing third in the league before making their run to win the super bowl. Speaking of the season, coach Hurley commented that he is “proud of these kids, all of them. They played their hearts out every single game and I told them this

is a season to remember.” He continues, “this season included a lot of firsts for me, the shutouts were especially significant. For such a young team they accomplished so much, what they did was flat out incredible”. This was the second straight year that coach Hurley took the Little Eagles to the super bowl, and he hopes to get three in a row. Assistant coach Stell mentioned the inexperience on a team that went the distance, saying “They had a lot to learn, and not much time. We started from scratch, and taught them a game most of them didn’t know outside of backyard play at the beginning of the season, to see what they have done since those first three weeks of practice is just amazing”. The team capped of the day with an escort of parents, police, and fire trucks all cheering and hitting the horns to applaud an outstanding season. The future is bright, and the chance of a third and fourth super bowl in a row is a very real possibility considering that only six of the team’s roster will be leaving for midgets. Six shutouts for a team of mostly first year players is one that holds a promising future, and with the coaching staff all returning next year, the sky is the limit for this group of talented and driven players.

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Beer and Wine Festival Saturday, November 12, 2011 at 3:30 PM at Holiday Valley

November 11-12, 2011, 3:30 to 7:30 PM, Yodeler Lodge. Holiday Valley Resort, the Ellicottville Brewing Company and Southern Tier Brewery will

host the 8th Annual Beer and Wine Festival at Holiday Valley’s Yodeler Lodge on Saturday, November 12, 2011 from 3:30 to 7:30 PM. Guests will be able to sample a variety of hand-crafted beers from over 30 of the best New York State and American craft breweries and wines from New York, Southern Ontario and Ellicottville vintners. Live music by Big Leg Emma! Brewers include: Sierra Nevada, Magic Hat, Great Lakes, Erie Brewing, Saranac, Southern Tier, Ellicottville Brewing, John Harvard’s, Ithaca, Roerhbac, Woodchuck, Custom Beer Crafters, Butter Nutts, Original Sin Cider, Harpoon, Voodoo, Smutty Nose, Long Trail, Hebrew and Otter Creek... plus many more! Wineries

include several of New York’s award winners like Miles and Fulkerson plus Heron Hill, Fox Run, Merritt and the Winery of Ellicottville. Beer Tasting Dinner The ever popular Beer Tasting Dinner will take place on Friday, Nov. 11 upstairs in the Clubhouse Chalet. A cash bar is available at 6:30 and the dinner will start at 7:00PM. The theme is “German Brewhouse” and each course is paired with a specially selected beer. Head brewers, Luke from Southern Tier Brewing and Dan from Ellicottville Brewing Company will be your tour guides through the courses and the beers. Tickets are $65 inclusive and are limited, so call for a reservation at 716699-2345.

DEA to Plan Drug Drop-Off Community Comes Together to Support Campaign to Keep Kids

Nearly 3 dozen sites throughout Western New York will host a medication drop-off day on October 29th from 10am to 2pm. It’s the largest single day drop-off in Western New York. The Drug Enforcement Administration is leading the effort as part of a national campaign with the support of local police agencies, Kids Escaping Drugs, UB and D’Youville Schools of Pharmacy, Erie County DEP,

IHA, Covanta , Catholic Health System, Kalieda Health System and West Herr Automotive Group. A similar event held in April collected over 4 tons of unwanted and unneeded medications from residential homes. Western New York leads the state in collections. The purpose behind the collections is to keep medications out of the hands of teens looking to

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There are many families in our communities that are struggling with financial challenges due to unemployment, are the working poor and those who are dealing with illness or disabilities. Thanksgiving for most of us is the day we look forward to feasting on a Tradtional Turkey Dinner surrounded by those we love- family and friends. There are families in our communities that will not be able to celebrate the festive Thanksgiving meal because they are not able to purchase the turkey and all the trimmings that make this such a special meal and holiday Cattaraugus Community Action, Inc (CCA) is requesting donations of turkeys from the community which will enable us to provide families in need with a Thanksgiving Dinner. Please bring the turkeys to CCA, 25 Jefferson Salamanca NY or call 945-1041 Ext 138 by November 9th 2011. Thank you for your kindness and generosity to help others have a happy and joyous Thanksgiving Holiday

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October 27-November 2, 2011 ~ The Villager ~ Page 5

“Hometown Hoedown”

The Springville Boys and Girls Club Announces Fall Fundraiser

s The Boys & Girls Club of dSpringville announces their x fall fund raiser “Hometown fHoedown” featuring Creek Bend, with appearances by the Middle Road Misfits, JT rand Eric Law and a special eappearance by Julianna Noto n to be held on November 5, h2011. e Creek Bend is a Buffalo-based eband that has been serving up ”hot bluegrass music for over h twenty-five years. They have dplayed and produced local nconcerts with some of the mgreatest names in Bluegrass ymusic including The Johnson Boys, Doyle hMountain s , -

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The event will be held at the East Concord Volunteer Fire Departments Recreation Hall at 9413 Genesee Road, East Concord on Saturday, November 5, 2011 Doors open at 6:00 pm. Festivities begin at 6:30pm. Tickets Prices; $20 presale and $25 at the door. Tickets can be purchased at: Emerling Ford in Springville, Emerling Chevrolet in Boston, S & S Taxidermy in Springville, Julies Pizzeria in Springville and online at jimhoweconcerts.com. For more information: 716-8299785

Fall Sportsmen’s Show Will be Held at The Cattaraugus County Fairgrounds

Little Valley Volunteer Fire Dept. Fall Sportsmen’s Show will be held on Sat, 11/05/2011 - 12:00am - Sun, 11/06/2011 - 12:00am. There will be 150 tables of merchandise including sporting goods, firearms, accessories, fishing equipment and game calls. The place to be for fishermen, hunters, collectors and trappers. Refreshments available, armed security, plenty of parking. Cattaraugus County Pistol Permit Clerk will be available both days. A national instant criminal background check must be completed prior to all firearm sales. This event will be held at The Cattaraugus County Fairgrounds at 501 Erie Street in Little Valley, NY 14755. You can call 716-938-6928 or 938-9015 for more information.

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formerly a Chevrolet dealer in Honeoye Falls, NY but knew Olean well as a graduate of St Bonaventure University.   Terry Brairton joins the family business in 1994.  Business grows steadily during the 90’s and helps them land the Jeep franchise in 2003.  Since 1998, Paul Brown Motors has received the prestigious “Five Star Award for Excellence” in sales and service from Chrysler Corporation for 13 years and counting.  In a move to diversify their product line and offer an import car line to the Olean market, Paul Brown Kia opened at 1211 East State Street in December 2010.  February 2011, Paul Brown Motors adds the Chrysler brand to their Dodge and Jeep lines, accompanied by an extensive facility renovation at 1145 East State Street.  April 2011, Paul Brown Kia renovates1211 East State to become a ‘Kia Image “ facility. The company employs

  28 people. Erick Laine, who nominatedS Paul Brown Motors, stated, “Paulh Brown has been very successfuls in maintaining a strong anda growing sales business and tookA the steps to make certain theirO growth continued.  In addition,I they have completed majorm upgrades to their facilities ands in my view, this indicates a verys strong loyalty to the area and thep determination to remain a majorF factor in its growth.” t “Small businesses make a bigc impact. It’s their activity thatp keeps the area vibrant, supplying  valuable jobs and delivering then goods and services that make ouri lives a bit easier.  Paul Browna Motors has substantiated historye as an established business;w has sustained expansion, and has seen a growth in number of employees,” added Larry Sorokes, GOACC Board President. An informal reception will start at 6 PM, with the dinner slated for 7 PM.  Tickets for the event are $42 with a menu of Chicken Invaltini. Patron dinner tickets for $52 and corporate tables of eight for $500 are also available to reserve. Patrons and corporates receive a listing in the dinner program. Please call Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce at 372-4433 or e-mail info@oleanny.com for reservations by October 28 or more information on the dinner ceremony.

product.  GOACC will also be recognizing Paul Brown Motors with the 2011 Enterprising Business award and Tom Buffamante with the 2011 L.O.U.I.E. Award (information on Paul Brown was sent out last week, and Buffamante will be tomorrow). Napoleon Engineering Services (NES) began operations in Olean June 1997.  The company is a custom bearing manufacturer that also provides bearing inspection programs, bearing testing, component manufacturing and grinding, and failure analysis and bearing design.  Growing out of its initial space, NES moved to an Adams Street building in 2000 and then in 2004 added additional space, with a building on South Union Street.   In 2006, NES began plans on construction of a new facility. They found a new home on a 2.5-acre building site in the brownfields area at the former

location of Van Der Horst Plant No. 2.  The 20,000-square-foot manufacturing facility is located on Johnson Street in Olean.  They currently employ 40 people.   A lifelong resident of Allegany, NY, Chris Napoleon, President and Chief Engineer of Napoleon Engineering Services knew that the Olean area could sustain and expand his business as his decision to stay/build in the area.  He executed a wellplanned, thorough and serious approach to its (continued) development.   “The combined products and services that have been developed at NES are truly some of the most unique in the industry. Their commitment to the development of bearing technology and manufacturing excellence for advancements in product, process and application capabilities is the primary reason for their continued success,” said Larry Sorokes, GOACC Board President.   An informal reception will start at 6 PM, with the dinner slated for 7 PM.  Tickets for the event are $42 with a menu of Chicken Invaltini. Patron dinner tickets for $52 and corporate tables of eight for $500 are also available to reserve. Patrons and corporates receive a listing in the dinner program. Please call Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce at 372-4433 or e-mail info@oleanny.com for reservations by October 28 or more information on the dinner ceremony.

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OLEAN -- The Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce will honor the contributions of Paul Brown Motors with the 2011 Enterprising Business award given by Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce.  The award honors those who exemplify the enterprising spirit of community and commercial growth in the greater Olean community and will be presented at the GOACC 106th Annual Dinner scheduled for Thursday, November 2, at Premier Banquet Center. Napoleon Engineering Services will also be recognized at the 2011 Annual Dinner with the Enterprising Business award, and Tom Buffamante with the 2011 L.O.U.I.E. Award (information on these two awards out later this week). Paul Brown Motors was incorporated in 1952 as a Dodge car and truck dealer. The business was sold by Mr. Paul Brown to John Brairton in 1984.  John was

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25th meeting. The IDA also heard a presentation from Robert Dingman of the New York and Lake Erie Railroad, who is applying for grant dollars from New York State. Dingman explains, “The money would be used to replace ties, repair bridges, and adjust the surface or relative level of the track, between South Dayton and Cherry Creek. It’s to reconstruct certain sidings on the property, and to re-build the yard trackage in Gowanda.” He continues, “This is to improve the conditions and increase speeds, increase reliability, and also to reduce the long-term maintenance costs on an annual basis.” Dingman also mentioned that he’d like to revive train excursions on the line. “That’s not to say we’re blind to try to market the property for industrial freight shipping, because that’s what we do. But the activity level in this part of the state has been very low for

many years, and the recession didn’t help any.” The New York and Lake Erie Railroad is seeking a 30-year lease extension from the IDA. The board authorized Corey Wiktor to start the process. Wiktor notes, “We have to conduct an appraisal of the rail line and get some bids on that, and then come back to the board in December.” The lease extension would assist the railroad in obtaining potential grants. The IDA has owned the rail line probably since the late 1970’s, according to Wiktor. Also at its October 25th meeting, the IDA approved a proposed operating budget for 2012, in the amount of $209,190. Wiktor says,” It’s a very conservative budget, limiting expenses.” He notes that the budget can be adjusted during the year for subsequent changes. No action was taken on the Allegany Wind Farm project. A vote on approving IDA benefits for the project could come at the December 13th IDA meeting.

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Zink explained that CSAs are a concept where people buy shares and take a risk based on the weather. There are a number of examples in the Olean and Little Valley areas, one being Canticle Farms in Allegany. The local foods project officially started the first of October. “We just got our funding the last week of September. It’s a twelve month process. So I think we’re in a position to make some progress in it (the project) very quickly.” In other business, the Southern Tier West board was updated on the “P2 Collaborative,” a non-profit organization out of Buffalo that helps doctor’s offices come up to speed with their electronic medical records. “So we’re supporting offices in Cattaraugus and Allegany County to bring them up to the ability to use the (electronic medical records) system as efficiently as they can.” The system allows for a patient’s medical records to be shared from doctor to doctor and office to office quickly and efficiently, so as to avoid a possible misdiagnosis.

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the definition of between eighty and 100 miles as your ‘food shed,’ the place where a majority of your food comes from.” Though there are some things not grown in this area, Zink says there is a tremendous amount of vegetables, fruit, and meat that can be produced and processed locally. “If we can get more people to look in that direction, then I think we will just grow our region from within itself, instead of exporting (food products).” Zink says the need to truck foods across the country or fly them in from overseas will probably become more of an environmental concern over time. The cost of foods from a farmers market or CSA can be a touch more expensive, but Zink notes that “If people can weigh the benefits as far as the quality and local economic development, and nutritional value, they’ll see it as a benefit to stay local.” Not only local farmers will be helped. “There really is a spin off within the economy when agriculture stays local.” This would be evidenced by farmers purchasing more of their equipment locally.

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~ The Villager ~ October 27- November 2, 2011

Architectual Digest It’s All About the Wood

Story and Photos by John Thomas Staff Writer Our area is blessed with many fine craftsman, in particular, excellent finish carpenters which is why so many times in this column we compliment the woodwork in a home; this home is no exception. Owner built, this home is brimming with excellent woodwork. From the unique cabinets in the kitchen, to the tongue and grove wainscoting in the living room, to the built in bench and window frames in the master bedroom: this home is a

carpenter’s showplace. Set on just over two acres of quiet countryside, the home has panoramic views across to corn fields, and the autumn tinted forest. The large multi decks create an outside living area with cooking station Inside this spacious 2,100 square foot home feels open and roomy. The rooms on the main floor include a large living room with access to the decks. There is a big master bedroom with open beam ceiling, and a large bath. A guest room, kid’s room and full bath are here as well. The kitchen and dining area are just

off the living room. The lower level has a large game room with a bar and fireplace and two additional multi-purpose rooms The home is situated on just over two acres of quiet countryside. You can see part of the here as well. A door leads out to large decks to the right of the house. Not shown; a huge 3 bay detached garage. the ground level patio. Other amenities include central air conditioning and a hardwired generator. Outside is a large heated three bay garage. Some of the furnishings will stay after the sale. Best of all: it’s only 5 minutes to Holiday Valley and downtown Ellicottville. For more information about this home call Dave Blanchard, GRI Assoc. Broker at Holiday Valley Realty 716-699-3954.

Pictured: Clockwise, Living: The large living room features a custom entertainment center, and beautiful wood wainscoting, and window trim. Girls Room: The perfect girl’s bedroom is on the main level, just off the living room. There is full bath there as well. Kitchen: The custom kitchen features walnut cabinets and hardwood floors. Note the tiled backsplash and large pantry on the left. Family Room: The family room features a fireplace, an entertainment center and a bar (in the upper right corner of the photo). There are two bonus rooms in the back. Master Bedroom: The spacious master bedroom features a built-in window bench and beautiful wood trim around the windows.

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Stone Soup Day 2011

The Crosspatch is Hosting Stone Soup Day in Salamanca Not certain what this is?  Well, everyone brings something for the Pot which is over an open fire and you get Stone Soup ! So bring friends and family, dress for the weather and join the Crosspatch Crew for wagon/stagecoach rides, campfire and great soup. Bring your horse (or rent one of theirs) for the afternoon trail ride. Sat, 10/29/2011 - 12:00pm at The Crosspatch Horse Ranch, 5281 Baker Road, Salamanca, NY 14779 ROUTE 219 DECALS AVAILABLE: Continental 1, the group lobbying for a north-south route linking Toronto with Florida – including the Route 219 expressway in Cattaraugus County – is offering decals to motorists who want to show their support. “Continental 1 Dream It, Drive It. Get Behind It!” is on the decal. “Completing Route 219=Jobs.” The decals are available by request by visiting the group’s website at www.continental1.org.

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“The Tourism Studio:Building on Success” The Next Steps By Megan O’Donnell tourism in the classroom and St. Bonaventure University Ellicottville gets to reap the rewards of their new thinking. As part of a learning “I hope the students take a experience at the University longer view and maybe suggest at Buffalo, Ellicottville will some longer run possibilities for be hearing some new insights Ellicottville,” Cole said. come December when UB’s Guided by Cole, the project tourism class wraps up its is left almost entirely up to the semester-long project. students. Sam Cole, a professor in “My role is to identify a suitable the department of urban and topic, provide a framework, set regional planning, has taught at up some initial contacts, and UB for 28 years, seven of them then advise as necessary,” Cole teaching the tourism studio said. “The final product, as course. This year, the focus far as possible, is the students’ of course is the one and only creation. By the end of semester Ellicottville. I am redundant … I lay no claim As the top tourist destination is to it (the final product).” western New York, Ellicottville Brian McFadden, executive was the prime pick. director of the Ellicottville In this year’s “The Tourism Chamber of Commerce, Studio: Building on Success: suggested three vacant sites for Next Steps for Ellicottville,” the class to look into developing 11 students are working on the by finding out what Ellicottville project. as whole would want. Throughout the course, To achieve this final product, students learn the basic and the students will first go through more advanced details of several steps, mostly research,

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in order to learn more about tourism and Ellicottville. The four main objectives the students are focusing on are: What would visitors/residents/ business like to see on the sites? How do they see the futures of Ellicottville and the Enchanted Mountains region? What design alternatives appear viable and what are their impacts? How does this fit into the preferred futures for Ellicottville and its neighbors in 2030? So far, the students have already toured Ellicottville and surveyed visitors during Fall Fest, among other things. After the students have finished their research and planning, the class will make suggestions and the town will do with them as they like. So stay tuned to see what UB has discovered about the wonderful place that’s not just a tourist attraction to us but our home (or home away from home).

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The Dresser-Rand Challenger Learning Center in Allegany Meghan O’Rourke St. Bonaventure University Imagine working as a rocket scientist for a company. Imagine designing, constructing, testing and launching rockets. The Dresser-Rand Challenger Learning Center in Allegany, has offered school groups, private businesses and other entities this opportunity, calling it the Great Rocket Design Challenge, since April, said Tom Moser, director at the center. The basic objective of the design challenge is to use rocketry principles to effectively design, construct and launch an air-powered rocket while taking into account real-world problem-solving simulation. “There is a lot of math, science and technology that goes into this particular activity,” said Moser. “We’re hoping to get

kids excited about looking into careers in engineering, technology and design.” The challenge appropriately encourages team building through pseudo-company and team formation and assignment of roles. Moser said that it incorporates realistic concepts and challenges, which each team faces. These concepts include budgeting for design and material acquisition, construction, test launch, repair and reconstruction and the final launch. “We’ve had a lot of people already do it,” said Moser. “We’re still being asked to do it, too.” The program follows a set of guidelines but can be altered to meet the individual training needs and outcomes of each business that participates. The cost of the program is $100 per group. Those interested in the program should call the center

“The Great Rocket Design Challenge” offers school groups, private businesses and other entities the opportunity to experience being a rocket scientist.

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2010 due to the states budgetary problems. The $6 million study would review the findings of earlier environmental impact studies to consider if any new or additional environmental impacts could exist based on previous construction or environmental changes. New York State completed a $130 million extension to U.S. Route 219 last November, before budget restraints stalled the project. The 4.2-mile section of highway bypassed the Village of Springville and ends in the Town of Ashford. State Sen. Catharine Young, R-Olean, has said the revitalization of the economy of Western New York is the most important task facing the region, and that the U.S. Route 219 project is integral in achieving that goal. She has stated that the expanded Route 219 would connect the region with new trade markets, job opportunities and improve access to education and health care, as well as improving the safety of our roadways. Dennis Eshbaugh, president and CEO of Holiday Valley Resort in Ellicottville, said that an expanded Route 219 would be very beneficial to the tourist industry, but it might have a greater value in retaining and supporting local manufacturing jobs, specifically those in the Olean area, and in easing the movement of goods and people around the region. He said that a number of people routinely commute between the Southern Tier and Buffalo, and that the completion of the highway would greatly increase the regions connection to the southern parts of the country, which would have a significant positive effect on the region’s economy. He added that a study by the consulting engineering firm Hatch Mott MacDonald for Southern Tier West Regional Planning and Development

Board estimates the creation of 7,000 long-term jobs. The study also found a safety benefit of over $135 million over a 50-year period. Eshbaugh is more optimistic about resumption of the Route 219 project now then he was six months ago, following the forum; (which included six state senators and two members of the state assembly) but many hurdles still exist for the project. He said that while the $6 million cost of the environmental study is a small amount of the states total infrastructure budget, it is still a good deal of money, and that the key for the project is to get a proposal to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s desk. Eshbaugh said he has struggled with the concerns of individuals in the towns who would lose property due to the construction of the highway, (some of whom live on land passed down for generations) but he feels the good to the region out ways the harm caused. He added that all large-scale infrastructure projects displace friends and family, but progress must take place and clarified often the harm is done before the projects get underway. The discussion on expanding Route 219 rests on two organizations, the 219 Association and Continental 1. The 219 Association has worked for the past 40 years on promoting the construction of a north-south highway through Western New York. Eshbaugh, who is the president of the 219 Association and board member of Continental 1, said that the 219 Association was most active in the 1970’s and 80’s thanks to leadership from founder Art Benson, and Hank Miller. Eshbaugh said the project still requires the construction of nearly 20 miles of highway running from Ashford to Interstate 86 near Salamanca, which would link up with existing section of Route 219 heading into Pennsylvania. Eshbaugh said Continental 1 is working to make U.S. Route 219 connect New York and Pennsylvania as part of a 1,500-mile-long trade corridor running from Toronto, Canada,

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to Miami Florida. He added that the group has done a great job raising awareness, and has benefitted from having a skilled staff. Meg Lauerman, project manager at Continental 1, said the route would be the most important element for the Western New York and Western Pennsylvania trade. She added that New York has had a number of good east-west trade routes for years, going back to the era of the Erie Canal, but has always suffered from a lack of north-south trade routes. By linking with existing routes north-south corridors in the southern U.S., and numerous east-west routes along the corridor’s length, trade from the region would increase throughout the country, she said. Lauerman said the completion of the corridor would have a transformational effect on Western New York and Western Pennsylvania by promoting the growth of jobs, increased trade and manufacturing, increased tourism, cost reductions for businesses, as well as aiding connections between hospitals and supply chains in the region. Lauerman said that she has spent a good deal of time discussing the value of trade routes with various groups that would benefit from the creation of a completed U.S. Route 219, including community groups, educators, rotary clubs and health care professionals. Lauerman said Continental 1 is dedicated to educating Western New Yorkers about trade corridors, and their value in promoting the growth of jobs in the region, and in its ability to facilitate fast and easy transport aiding both businesses and social needs. Lauerman said Continental 1, which has been in existence for about 11 years, is primarily a volunteer group, and that its major headquarters are located near the group’s board members in Buffalo, Bradford, Pa. Somerset Pa., and Ontario, Canada. Continental 1 is a not-for-profit, bi-national alliance of business, community and government leaders dedicated to developing a north-south trade corridor, called the Continental 1 Corridor.

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change the site dynamics of the plan. As discussion progressed it was decided that the first two phases of the plan had been approved under the old zoning ordinances and could be grandfathered in to any revised plans, but that reviews of any changes would have to be done. At the request of Mr. McNulty the board discussed a two year extension of the permit. The question became should the board date the extension from May when the old permit expired or from the date of the meeting. A motion was made to approve a two year extension of the permit dated from May of this year. The motion passed. Mark Dean, an architect, addressed the board on the subject of the club house at Ellicottvillas. He was filing an application for an amendment to the original plan submitted to the board. The developers want to eliminate one of their planned buildings and build a clubhouse in its place. The planned clubhouse will be about 400 square feet larger than the previous four unit building. The new clubhouse will include: an owners lounge, a sales area, a reception area, game room, showers, sauna, and outside a pool, and patio area. The board expressed some concerns about handling rain water run off, and Mr. Dean pointed to several rain gardens in the plan, where the water could be captured. One of the board members pointed out that he had heard a few

complaints about the height of the complex. Mr. Dean countered that their planned clubhouse will have several levels of roof line and that its highest point would make it only a two story building. He said that the roof lines as seen from the street would tier up to the highest point in the back of the building. This would help the clubhouse blend with the visual look of the other buildings. One of the board members requested that future drawings submitted to the board include dimensions on the exterior elevations, so the board could judge exactly how high the building will be. A motion was made and passed to hold a public hearing on the plans on December 19th. At this point the board reviewed changes to the subdivision regulations discussed at the last board meeting. In the ensuing discussion Mark Alianello pointed out that they may approve plans that specify a lot of detail regarding grading, transformers, and light polls in development plans, but that when it comes to the final construction there was previously no oversight. Under the recently adopted revisions to the Zoning Law, all construction should go through a final walk through with the building official, a town official, and the town engineer, to see if the completed project meets the requirements specified by the Planning Board. The meeting was adjourned at 7:45.

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the block.” Poulin says she will notify merchants that the parade will be on Monday October 31st, seeing as a different date was Cont. from front page listed on the school calendar.     Poulin wants to extend a introduce horror movies, such tremendous Thank You to the m as Baron Daemon in Syracuse downtown merchants for their e or New York City’s “Cool generosity.  And she’d like to e Ghoul,” Zacherley.  A different thank the P.T.O. for giving each e kind of tradition has taken root of the students a bag for their l in Ellicottville, that of the yearly candy.  “Some of the merchants e Halloween children’s parade dress up, while others may just d through the village streets. stand along the parade route, d     This year’s parade for making sure that all of the s kindergarten through fifth students leave the parade with o graders falls on Halloween an abundance of Halloween y Day (Monday, October 31) treat.” . and starts at noon.  Ellicottville    Also helping out with the d Elementary School Principal parade are local families and e Connie Poulin says the entire churches.  And many people school will mobilize for the show up, “Like aunts and uncles, d big event.  “We’ll bus all of the and grandparents.  And what n students, classroom teachers, makes it nice is that it’s pretty t support staff, and aides.  spread out.  So the kids will Everyone goes to help out” get their exercise.”  The parade o as the students are bused into being spread out also allows y the village.  “We park on one for plenty of elbow room for a of the side streets past the post spectators. “And it really draws , office, and then we walk around a pretty big crowd.” s t said that of all 48 centers, only e two others utilize this program. s The center, which is entering r its third year of operation, offers C ont . from page 9 o a variety of other hands-on n experiences and simulations tied initiated this past spring. “I to classroom learning and team g went to a conference for all the building. It offers a Voyage to d Challenger Learning Centers Mars, which is a mission geared about a year ago,” said Moser. “I to students at the 7th-grade level e saw a program that was similar and adults. “It’s very realistic,” e to the design challenge and I said Moser. “We actually take g revamped it slightly to match them on a space mission … the needs of our Center.” Moser it’s looking into the future and

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   Connie Poulin is not sure when the parade first started, but notes CUTS she can remember taking part in COLORS it when she went to elementary Monica Harrington school at the old 1887 Building.  Owner, FOILS As for this year, expect plenty Hair Stylist of bustle as some of the parents KERATRIPLEX Sarah Smith come to class to help the students Hair Stylist FACIAL WAXING get ready.  “The teachers put Tracy Keyes a lot of effort into making sure SHELLAC Nail Tech that the kids are well prepared, too.”  Lunch schedules are MANICURES adjusted so that all the students 39 Mill Street Ellicottville, New York (716) 699-8757 PEDICURES go to lunch before noon.  Poulin asks that kids not bring any kind TANNING of toy gun or weapon as part of their costumes.  She notes that the variety of costumes is “quite entertaining.”    In the event of rain, the parade will take place inside the “Downtown Ellicottville” Ellicottville Elementary School.  “It’s a great activity to connect TOCKED with the community, and we’re grateful that the community WINTER SPORTS APPAREL is interested.” But don’t wait MENS, LADIES, TEENS & TOTS too long to catch the parade.  Students are usually back to school by 1 p.m. at the latest. We’re Here and We Have it All!

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

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7 1 3

9 1

8 7 3 8 9 9 3 2 5

6 8 1 7 2

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CHRISTMAS STROLL ~ December 3rd - Ellicottville, NY

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

Last Week’s Puzzle:

5 9 3 2 6 1 7 8 4

2 4 1 5 7 8 3 6 9

8 6 7 3 4 9 2 5 1

6 7 2 9 1 5 8 4 3

6 7 2 9 1 5 8 4 3

1 5 9 8 3 4 6 2 7

9 3 6 4 5 2 1 7 8

7 2 5 1 8 3 4 9 6

4 1 8 7 9 6 5 3 2


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4-Season Resort of Ellicottville, New York: Upcoming Events

Holiday Valley 8th Annnual Beer & Wine Festival, November 11-12 Yodeler Lodge

Christmas in Ellicottville November 25-27, 2011

Advancing Cancer Care in the Southern Tier Eyad

Al-Hattab, M.D. now accepting patients at the barry street health center 528 North Barry Street, Olean Olean General Hospital welcomes Eyad Al-Hattab, M.D., medical oncologist and hematologist from Roswell Park Cancer Institute. Dr. Al-Hattab provides chemotherapy, advanced hematology evaluations, infusion therapy, bone marrow biopsies and access to national clinical trials in a new center dedicated solely to cancer care.

BOARD CERTIFIED Medical Oncology, Hematology & Internal Medicine

RESIDENCY- Cleveland Clinic FELLOWSHIP - University of Rochester

Only Upper Allegheny Health System offers a full range of cancer care options in collaboration with Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Upstate New York’s only National Cancer Institutedesignated comprehensive cancer center.

NOW ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS

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