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October 1-7, 2009 Volume 04 ~ Issue 39 A FREE Weekly Publication Serving Ellicottville and Surrounding Communities
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Music Notes Falling Leaves Fest This Weekend


Salamanca Celebrates the Change of Seasons with Annual Event

20 Monroe Street ~ 699-4162


Saturday, Oct. 3rd, 5-9pm
THE BLACK & BLUES BAND
Blues, Funk, Jazz & Classic Rock

26 Monroe Street ~ 699-8990


Saturday, Oct. 3rd, 9:30pm
VICTIMS OF FATE
Every Monday, 10pm
MONDO MONDAYS
With Jack Darvaset
Playing music for no reason
whatsoever other than to have fun!

During Salamanca’s annual Falling Leaves Festival, there is something to please everyone in the family. From the full weekend-long car show
20 Washington Street ~ 699-2530 for dad, over 50 local Western New York art and craft vendors for mom, the kid zone with amusement rides and Morton’s petting zoo and pony
rides for the kids, and delicious food for everyone … no one can possibly go home disappointed. Photos/Gary Kinn
Every Thursday, 7-11pm
KUK & FREDDIE BY STEPHANIE HACKER There is something to please home disappointed. and I really didn’t get to enjoy it, but
Saturday, Oct. 3rd, 9pm-1am ST. BONAVENTURE UNIVERSITY everyone in the family. From the For the past 31 years the Salamanca I am definitely looking forward to it
RABBITFOOT full weekend-long car show for dad, Area Chamber of Commerce has this year.”
Friends and families will gather over 50 local Western New York organized the Falling Leaves New this year, the Olean-Bradford
Every Monday, 7-10pm this weekend, October 2-4 in art and craft vendors for mom, the Festival. “This year is my second YMCA and the Twin Tiers Striders
BLUE MULE BAND
Jefferson Street Park in Salamanca kid zone with amusement rides and year with the Chamber,” said Club are co-sponsoring a 5K walk
Every Wednesday, 9pm-1am to celebrate the changing of seasons Morton’s petting zoo and pony rides Jane Paskuly, Tourism and Events and run on Sunday, October 4 at
WAGNER & WINSTON at the 32nd annual Falling Leaves for the kids, and delicious food for Manager. “I had just started before
Festival. everyone … no one can possibly go the festival last year, so it was crazy SEE FESTIVAL PAGE 3

Horse Enthusiast Impressed By Area


Salamanca, NY ~ 1-877-553-9500
Nationally Known Horseback Rider Tom Seay Visits Ellicottville Area to Film for ‘Best of America by Horseback’
Coming Oct. 10th, 8pm BY NICHOLAS PIRCIO resume when it comes to his Tom Seay is very familiar with the Pony Express route, and the old
THE SCINTAS WPIG 95.7 FM outdoor adventures. Currently the horses, having had them since he cattle trails. He loves being outdoors,
Tickets start at $35 producer of the television program, was five years old. His current noting his blood pressure fell from
Coming Oct. 24th, 8pm Nationally-known horseback “Best of America by Horseback,” “Best of America by Horseback” “almost stroke level” to “perfect”
JAMES VAN PRAAGH enthusiast and Virginia farmer Seay conducted “The American television show grew out of the after completing the Mexico to
Tickets start at $25 Tom Seay paid a recent visit to Transcontinental Trail Ride” from 1995 Atlantic to Pacific horseback Canada trip. “There’s something
Ellicottville and the Southern Tier, Georgia to California in 1995, ride, evolving into programs that pretty healthy about what we do.”
Tickets available at The Logo Shop, Carol Lawrence, a board member
www.SenecaAlleganyCasino.com and came away impressed by what and just recently completed a trek spotlight a location as more than
and all Ticketmaster outlets he experienced. In fact, he promises ranging from Mexico to Canada. But “here’s where you ride your horse.” of the Cattaraugus Chautauqua
1-800-745-3000 to come back soon. now he’s found a warm spot in his His travels have included historical
Seay possesses an impressive heart for Ellicottville and vicinity. places like the Lewis and Clark trail, SEE HORSE PAGE 3

Nightmare Hayrides Opens This Friday


Sneak Peek
In This Issue . . .
A Terrifying WNY Thrill Ensures Scares & Surprises on Weekends in October
Western New York’s most terrifying hayride opens this Friday, October 2. Nightmare Hayrides on Sommerville
Street in Ellicottville will commence its 19th year, offering what owner John Kent calls “family entertainment
that shows no mercy.” The 45-minute experience includes a 25-minute tractor drawn hayride and 20 minutes of
walking through a haunted maze and barn that are sure to surprise and scare. Nightmare Hayrides also offers a
cook shack which will serve some spooktacular food! And there is a pavilion that you can sit and tell all your
haunting stories. Come if you dare! Nightmare Hayrides runs each Friday, Saturday and Sunday through the
month of October from 7:30-9:30pm. No reservations are needed. Cost is $15 per person (free for children under
3). Group rates are also available. To learn more, call 716-699-4839 or visit www.nightmarehayride.com

E’ville’s Fall Festival Oct. 10-11


Tens of Thousands of Visitors Expected to Take Part in Next Weekend’s Activities
BY JEANINE ZIMMER

Ellicottville’s longest standing


festival is just around the corner. The
annual Fall Festival, scheduled for
Saturday and Sunday, October 10-11,
2009 welcomes tens of thousands of
Inside Business Track: festival-goers for a lively weekend of
Ellicottville Trading Company ... page 7 unique foods, arts, music and much
more.
By Ian Biggs From Kid’s Carnival Rides to the
Building furniture has been a hobby of Mike Trainor’s for the past seven delicious Food Court and Arts and
years, and an interest for even longer. His one-time hobby has since Crafts Shows, Fall Festival hosts
flourished into a fully fledged business building custom furniture for events that all members of the family
clients from all over. He has now taken his custom furniture business can enjoy.
one step further and will be opening a brand new store, The Ellicottville What started off as a small
Trading Company, this coming Monday downstairs in the Kazoo II celebration of Fall Holiday Valley
establishment at 18 Washington Street, Ellicottville. Mike is pictured began to host for it’s loyal skiers
above with artist Diane Hummel. in 1975, has grown to become
Ellicottville’s largest festival. It’s
Giant Pumpkin Weigh-Off This Sunday ... page 5 only fitting that Holiday Valley still
hosts a plethora of activities during From Kid’s Carnival Rides to the delicious Food Court and Arts and
Fans of pumpkins weighing more than 1,000 pounds should make their Crafts Shows, Fall Festival hosts events that all members of the family
way to Pumpkinville this Sunday, October 4 at noon. Western New this fun-filled weekend that now
greets tens of thousands of visitors can enjoy. Happenings at Holiday Valley include Ski Swap Sales,
York’s largest Giant Pumpkin Weigh-Off takes center stage at the area’s Golf Shop/Mountain Shop Tent Sales, 5K and Mountain Bike Races,
premier fall family attraction. to our Village. Happenings at The Chairlift Rides to the top of Mardi Gras with Live Entertainment and a
SEE E’VILLE PAGE 3 Mountain Top Cookout. Photo/Gary Kinn

NIGHTMARE HAYRIDES: OCT. 2-25 (WEEKENDS) ~ SOMMERVILLE VALLEY RD., 7:30-9:30PM


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Celebrating 31 Years of Quality


716-945-2683
Publisher’s Word
Scary Ski Sales
Custom Home Building
4541 Rte 219 ’09 and the village is bracing artwork – it’s all got to go,
Great Valley, NY Complete House Remodeling
C
for yet another successful folks. And go it will next
ROOFING / ADDITIONS / BATHROOMS / PLUMBING / HEATING / MAINTENANCE / HANDIMAN REPAIRS (and economically important) weekend, so why not get a
NEW CLOSETS / NEW AND REPLACEMENT WINDOWS / KITCHENS / DECKS AND PORCHES cultural happening. And then jump on the competition and
SIDING / INSULATION / OUTBUILDINGS / HANDICAP MODIFICATIONS
there’s the shopping … start shopping THIS weekend?
If you’re lucky enough to The big ski tent will be set
Hencoop
Hollow Rd. Build to Suit • 1+ Acre Lots live around here, you have a up THIS weekend! Go now,
ELLICOTTVILLE distinct advantage over our and be aggressive! I know
All Inclusive Lot and beloved visitors who’ll be – I’m making it sound like
New Build from $229,000 down in droves next weekend. a competition. Well, take it
I speak, of course, of being from this ’08 Shopping Silver
able to hunt down the pre-FF Medalist, (narrowly missed
I’d like you to meet my Dad, Samuel Pellerito deals and specials before FF gold last year), buy early and
even arrives! Getting ready buy often … Then, come Fall
He is 62 years old and in need of a kidney. My Dad has Polysistic Kidney Disease and for tent and sidewalk sales Festival weekend, you can
his kidney function has greatly decreased in the past few years.
My Dad is a wonderful husband, father of 3 and grandfather of 5. My parents have takes more than just a little skip the frantic frenzy and
been happily married for 41 years. He enjoys playing golf and spending time with his preparation, and our hard- relax in knowing you scooped
family and friends. working merchants have been everyone on the “really BIG
My Dad has had a long, fullfilling career of 36 years in the Jamestown Public School
system. Currently he is in formation at the Christ of Kings Seminary in the Deaconate getting ready over the last few deals” … Sneaky, yes, but all’s
Program. He serves as President of the Southern Tier Kidney Foundation and has also Ah – October in Ellicottville weeks. End result? Most of fair in love and shopping.
been involved in Koinonia and Cursillo. – does it get any better? This your favorite stores in town So dear readers, get out your
My Dad leads a very spiritual life with God and gives everything he has humbly. He all-too-brief season is my have their bargain racks ready checkbooks and credit cards
never complains even though we know he doesn’t always feel well. Receiving a kidney
would be a blessing to him and our whole family. favorite, and I’ll bet you a to go – and don’t you just and get crackin’! The proverbial
If you are blood type “B” and would like to be Sam’s living kidney donor, please free trip on the “Nightmare love bargains? Clothing, ski early bird always gets the worm.
contact Jeanette Ostrom at (716) 450-8958 or e-mail Sam at spellerito@stny.rr.com Hayride” I’m not alone. We’re equipment, decorative knick- Until next week …
To the world you may be just one person, but to one person, you just may be the on the very cusp of Fall Fest knacks, jewelry, furniture, Jeanine Zimmer
world. Thank you from the Western New York Kidney Connection.

Happy Birthday: JACK LITTLE . . . . . . . OCTOBER 2


Happy Birthday: CHRIS PERKS . . . . . . . OCTOBER 7

Letters To The Publisher


Charities in Need: Bringing Awareness to the Community
768 Broad Street 11099 Route 5 Last week, it was brought to help the Family Support Publisher’s Note: The
Salamanca, NY 14779 Irving, NY 14081 to the community’s attention Center. Ellicottville Food Pantry is
(716) 945-4080 • 1-877-860-5130 (716) 549-4389 • 1-800-421-2464 that the food pantry is empty. Would it be possible for your located inside the United
I then realized, I don’t even paper to have a public service Church of Ellicottville, 53
know where the food pantry column? I am sure there are Elizabeth Street, phone 716-
Salamanca BINGO HALL Events Salamanca GAME ROOM Events is! How many other residents other charities needing help 699-4003. The Villager
Every Wednesday in the Bingo Hall Seneca Gaming & Entertainment’s and visitors have the same – both through the holiday would be more than happy to
problem? Many visitors season as well as daily. Could help bring awareness to the
Nifty 50 Wednesdays NEW! Game Room is now OPEN! staying in Ellicottville leave this column contain drop-off community of the charities
All Bingo patrons 55 years & older will receive a Come on in and check out the full cans, bottles and other areas, phone numbers, and any and organizations in our area
FREE JACKPOT beautiful new and exciting facility. supplies in the rented condos other information pertinent to that are in need. Any charity/
during both sessions. We have hundreds of or hotel rooms. It would be their needs? organization that would
You must have a Bingo Players Club Card. video gaming machines to choose from. great if they knew where they I am sure anything the paper like to post information in
We are now located in the newly renovated could leave these to benefit could do would be greatly The Villager can mail their
2 for Tuesday building in the Bingo Hall. our community. appreciated by all charities information (including contact
Every Tuesday it is BUY ONE GET ONE FREE Seneca Gaming & Entertainment As well, just recently I concerned. name/number) to us at PO Box
on all paper three specials. We’re Not Just Bingo Anymore !!! contacted a friend to find Thank you. 178, Ellicottville, NY 14731 or
where I could send clothing Jeanne Clarmo e-mail info@thevillagerny.com
Poker Rooms also located in the Seneca Allegany and Seneca Niagara Casinos

Visit our website at www.senecagames.com ‘Why I Love the Michael Kerns Starz for Youth Ball’
I cannot wait for the Tenderloin. If you had the Crab as the wine lovers bid on the
3rd annual Michael Kerns Cakes from Tips Up last year, rare wine offered in the live
Memorial Starz for Youth Ball you won’t be disappointed as auction. After dinner you
on Friday, Oct. 16 at Holiday they will be back along with can enjoy “The Strangers,”
Valley’s Yodeler Lodge. This Double Diamond’s Clams Buffalo’s party rock band. Or
Musical Arts Academy is my absolute favorite upscale
party with over 200 people
attending. Put on by the
Casino. Seafood abounds
with signature dishes from
The Birdwalk and Ellicottville
like me you can visit the lounge
upstairs for conversation or
a little socializing with your
Music Shop & Music Instruction Rotary Club of Ellicottville’s
Foundation for Youth to raise
Brewing Company.
Silver Fox and Myer’s Steak
The friends.
Beyond the food and the
53 Linden Ave., Salamanca, NY 14779 funds for their many worthy House did two of my favorite company, this is one of the
Phone: (716) 945-2249 projects, this event is over-the- dishes last year, and both said most fun events of the year.

t i f i c ates top. they plan to put that to shame For those of you who knew
Cer
We Offer a Wide Variety of: By far it is the best food with their 2009 dishes. The Michael Kerns, you know that
Gift vailable! served at any venue, with Beef
Tenderloin that melts in your
set-up is stations with reserved
seating so you can enjoy as
this is an event he would have
loved.
• SHEET MUSIC A mouth and a desert table that much as you want. Boston I already have my tickets,
will drive anyone off their diet! Culinary, who is hosting the as this is not going to be an
• MUSIC BOOKS Of course I am inclined to say event, provides their unique event that I miss. So don’t
this as my daughter has a hand Potato station while Bonjour wait to get your tickets - it
• INSTRUMENT SUPPLIES in both. I had a sneak peak at Bakery’s Bread and Brick will be a sellout again this
the menu this year provided by City Gourmet’s Salad stations year. As usual, I will pick out
We also offer PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONS for: r: the best restaurants in town, round out the offering. The something special to wear, but
Drums • Guitar • Flute • Music Theory • Piano • Trombone • Violin • Voice with their chefs looking to be ambiance is set by Dina’s at remember: this is Ellicottville
recognized for their signature the Mont with beautiful table- so the dress is always a little
Students of all ages and levels are welcomed! dish. scapes. more casual.
When you arrive, you As mentioned before, the Joe DiPasquale
NEW! We Do Complete Guitar Repairs! are greeted with a glass of dessert table leaves nothing Publisher’s Note: Tickets to
champagne to accompany the to be desired. Watson’s the Michael Kerns Memorial
www.musicalartsacademy.musicteachershelper.com great hors d’ oeuvres served Chocolates abound with extra Starz for Youth Ball can
Visit our website to learn more about our music shop, music lessons and ebay store! by BOCES culinary students special cakes, cookies and be purchased at The Barn
while you listen to the great tarts from Tom, Dina and Restaurant, the Gin Mill,
music of EZ3. Cathy Kerns. Balloons, any Rotary Club
Riley’s Bar and Restaurant I love the silent auction member, or by calling Rotary
joins this year with Bacon as there is always a great member Kegs Keighley at 716-
Wrapped Stuffed Pork bargain and it is fun to watch 699-8758.

Area Representatives Needed for Student Exchange Organization


Did you know that there assist in administering our If you are energetic, positive
are now over 98 million well-respected program. By and love interacting withb
Americans who lend their finding and interviewing people of all ages, please call
time and talent to non-profit families interested in hosting ASSE International at 800-
organizations? Catch the spirit and acting as a counselor for 677-2773 or call me directly at
by joining ASSE International the international teenagers, 716-731-1442. Also visit our
Student Exchange Programs you will meet some of website at www.asse.com for
as an area representative. the most interesting and more opportunities through
We are a high school wonderful people in your life! ASSE! We hope to hear from
student exchange organization In addition, ASSE will provide you!
looking for people in this training and reimbursement Melanie Donelson
area to help promote and for your time and expenses. ASSE Area Coordinator

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Publisher JEANINE ZIMMER


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An extraordinary education you can afford is just 20 miles Director BRENDA PERKS
away. Ranked No. 7 for value in the North by U.S. News, brenda@thevillagerny.com
St. Bonaventure has new programs in sport studies, pre-law, Layout / Design
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place for students still deciding what major suits them best. Photographers
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GIANT PUMPKIN WEIGH-OFF: OCTOBER 4 ~ PUMPKINVILLE, GREAT VALLEY, NOON


October 1-7, 2009 ~ The Villager ~ Page 3

Festival Ellicottville Expert For 20 Years


D AVID A. BLANCHARD ASSOCIATE BROKER
THIS WEEK’S FEATURE
,
CONT. FROM FRONT PAGE Office: 716/699-3941
SELL: 716/474-7024
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Registration is $12.50 on the
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The Chamber has thought-up Ever thought making a bed could become a competition?
the unthinkable - combining If you think you have pristine bed making skills, sign up
an eating contest with hula for the crowd-pleasing bed race. “You take a bed, put it
hooping. Do you think you on wheels, decorate it, maneuver it to the other end of the
can hula-hoop while eating a course, around the cone and cross the finish line, and
hope you win,” explains Jane Paskuly of the Salamanca
hot dog? How about several? Chamber. “There will be trophies for the top three winners.”
See how many hotdogs you
can eat before dropping your Jefferson Street School at 6pm the Falling Leaves Grande
hula-hoop. Come hungry! on Saturday. (See page 7). Parade, performances from
(See page 4). “Back again, and bigger many local musical groups
Ever thought making a bed than ever is the car show,” and dance troops, a Pancake
could become a competition? Jane said. “This year there Breakfast sponsored by
If you think you have pristine are 34 trophies to give the United Congregational
bed making skills, sign up for away.” Categories range from Methodist Church, the
the crowd-pleasing bed race. production by year, foreign Cattaraugus County’s Got
“You take a bed, put it on sports cars, and Model T’s. Talent Competition Semi-
wheels, decorate it, maneuver Car show entry cost is $10 for Finals at Salamanca High
it to the other end of the both Saturday and Sunday. Car School, and the Warriors Your Lifestyle Calls ... Welcome to
course, around the cone and Club participants can cruise fundraiser dance at the
cross the finish line, and hope the streets of Salamanca and American Legion.
you win,” Jane said. “There show off their rides during “I can’t wait to see everyone
will be trophies for the top Saturday’s Cruise-In. Many enjoy themselves,” Jane said.
three winners.” local restaurants are offering “It makes me happy to see
Back by popular demand discount drinks and food for everyone else happy.” Last
is the USA Amateur Boxing car show patrons. Contestants year over 10,000 people
Competition with Fists don’t need to participate both came out to participate in the
of Fury presented by the days to be judged, but they do festivities and the Chamber is
Knockout Factory and co- have to participate on Sunday. expecting to see nearly that – a name that was inspired
sponsored by Seneca Gaming Among these activities, the many this year as well. For from the spiritual hymnal,
& Entertainment and Snakes festival will also include a more information, contact the
Smokes. It is free to the 3-on-3 basketball tournament Salamanca Area Chamber of How Great Thou Art.
public, and will be held behind at Salamanca High School, Commerce at 716-945-2034.
Our magnificent Lofty Mountain development is located just 9 minutes from Ellicottville.
Call Michael Incorvaia 716-583-0535 or Ciji Riley 716-244-8924
Horse As the developers, we have a keen appreciation of pristine land and the call of nature. Our Lofty Mountain
development is much more than a place for people to have a home on. It is also a place for families to recon-
nect with the deeper rhythms of life.
CONT. FROM FRONT PAGE Being with family and friends and the joys, sites and sounds of nature is what living at Lofty Mountain
Grandeur is all about. It’s a lifestyle residence community, embodying rustic elegance through our award-
Chapter of the New York winning timber frame homes – along with a mile of professionally designed nature trails to capture meander-
State Horse Council, helped ing streams and lofty vistas of surrounding mountains with all their grandeur.
to organize Tom Seay’s four- My sincere advice to potential buyers: view the home, walk the trails, take in the views and listen to the
sounds. After your visit, tour other properties for sale. We think you’ll feel the way we do and buy the one that
day visit. Lawrence says keeps calling you back. We have confidence Lofty Mountain Grandeur will be that voice.
organizers set up “a very Sincerely, - Developers of Land
aggressive itinerary” of Michael Incorvaia and Donald Matre
several stops, so he could see
“the very best of what both
counties have to offer” in
OPEN HOUSE Next Weekend During Fall Fest!
8472 Bailey Hill Rd., East Otto • Sat., Oct. 10th, 3-5pm • Sun., Oct. 11th, 11am-1pm
terms of tourism attractions
and accommodations. “We had
great fun showing him area
amenities like Ellicottville,
Holiday Valley, Onoville
Your Hometown Realtors!
Marina, and Chautauqua Holiday Valley was happy to welcome Tom Seay as their
Institution.” The tour traveled guest. Jane Eshbaugh, Director of Marketing at Holiday
“just shy of eight hundred Valley said, “He’s a really great guy with a great personality,
miles in four days” through really funny. We were able to show him some of the things
the two counties, this time by that are available to people when they are not riding.”
car, not horse. Pictured above: Ellicottville resident Becky Szpaicher tees
For their part, Holiday off on hole number 13, with onlookers Carol Lorenc, Tom
Seay and his photographer, Phil Bund and Joany Bund in
Valley was happy to welcome the background.
Tom Seay as their guest. Village Place 6935 Horn Hill
“Green” certified (Gold Status) 3bdrm, 2.5 bath Energy Star home
Jane Eshbaugh, Director of of his youth. He went on to say hour long show about his visit development. True village living, w/a HERS 93 rating. Thermadore
Marketing at Holiday Valley that Southern Tier residents here. But plans have changed. 3bdrms, 2 baths, 1948 SF & ga- appl., Mission style cabinets. Views
said, “He’s a really great guy have outdoor opportunities “There were so many places rage. Available from ... $359,000 of the ski slopes. $875,000
with a great personality, really “that other communities to see and visit, there’s just
funny. We were able to show would just beg to have,” no way to get all of this in one Route 219 @ Wildflower
him some of the things that are noting that people living here show. So we think we will do Ellicottville, New York
available to people when they “don’t realize” it. He also a show (maybe two), but we’ll
are not riding.” She pointed commented that the people also show short segments on a Plenty of Parking!
out that there are plenty of here “are just the icing on the visit to this place or that, or on
things to do in Cattaraugus cake.” He noted that residents interesting individuals we’ve OPEN 7 DAYS!
County, on and off the trails. must seize the opportunity to met.” One or two-minute
Seay commented, “I’ve never maintain trails and keep them segments will be spotlighted 0 Haines Hollow Real Estate Sales 6870 Springs Road
felt more welcome, more from being closed, in light of in a number of shows, starting Build your dream home on this
secluded 21 acre lot. Located 5
Direct: 699-3954 7bdrm, 4 bath double unit over-
looking HoliMont. Great for 2
at home” in this area. He pending government cutbacks the first of the year in 2010. miles from the ski slopes & down- families, rental income or large
appreciated the hospitality of to parks. For example, Cherry Creek town Ellicottville. $147,000 Rentals: 699-2000, ext. 4600 family. $496,000
the New York Horse Council During his visit, Seay met is a “wonderful, wonderful”
and is considering including with members of the Seneca place, but a visit to the Amish NEW ON THE MARKET!
the Southern Tier as part Nation. He has offered to there cannot be shown in
of a possible “major trip come back and “help record twenty to thirty seconds.
around New York focusing history of their elders” on Viewers should stay alert early
on this area with horses and video and audio for the in January and will be informed
wagons,” perhaps next fall Seneca-Iroquois National on Tom Seay’s website, www.
or the following spring. The Museum in Salamanca. “I bestofamericabyhorseback.
idea would be to “highlight was truly inspired and felt com. His network, RFD TV, is 8624 Crumb Hill 4922 Route 219 5330 Baker Road
the people, the beauty, and the a kinship” with the Seneca carried by Direct TV and Dish Well maintained doublewide on 3bdrm traditional home. 1400 Large 4bdrm, 2 bath farm home
attributes of this area.” He people. “If they want us to Network. “We may try to make private lot. 3bdrms, 2 f/baths, cov- SF of living space. 24 hour notice on 29 acres. Nat’l wd/wk, pole
added, “I cannot wait to come (record their history), we will special arrangements with ered back deck, w/b f/p, mastersuite requested. $75,000 barn, 3-car garage, 2-story barn
w/plenty of closet space. $92,500 w/workshop. $379,000
back here.” do it.” Seay would also like to some of the cable systems” in
Seay was raised on a farm, return to the Amish Country the area to give them a copy of
and harvesting corn was one of Western New York, “to the show, so they could air it
of the tasks with which he was show the meaning behind locally. Seay notes that RFD
involved. Watching the local what they do and why they has an agreement with Time-
Amish community harvest do it.” Seay had originally Warner, so “we’ll make sure it
corn brought back memories intended to make one, half- gets on.”
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CONT. FROM FRONT PAGE
a hilly and scenic course. The clearly marked intersections. It
Valley include Ski Swap Sales, run is USATF Sanctioned. encourages bikers of all levels
Golf Shop/Mountain Shop There is also a one-mile walk. to participate. Entry fee is $17.
Tent Sales, 5K and Mountain Registration begins at 8:30am Both events are sponsored by
Bike Races, Chairlift Rides to at the Clubhouse Chalet at heartrateup.org and proceeds
the top of Mardi Gras with Live Holiday Valley Resort. There will benefit the American
Entertainment and a Mountain will be a post-race ceremony Diabetes Foundation.
Top Cookout. Music at the with adult refreshments, light For complete information
top of the hill from 12-4pm lunch, door prizes, kids games on the races Holiday Valley is SUGAR PINE LODGE FOX RIDGE VALLEY VILLAGE
will be the Scott Celani Band and awards at Cadillac Jack’s offering to round out your Fall LUXURY SUITE RENTALS FOR SALE OR RENT TOWNHOMES
on Saturday and NY2LA on Restaurant at the base of the Festival experience, log on to Charming Bavarian manor w/up- View this every morning! 3-4bdrm FOR SALE OR RENT
scale suites, f/ps, Jacuzzi & private units. Plan your golf/ski outing to- Ski in/out from the Chute chairlift
Sunday. There will also be resort. Pre-registration fee is www.holidayvalley.com entrances. Includes heated pool. day! For sale from ... $229,800 at Holiday Valley Resort.
music on the deck of Founder’s $20, day of the race is $23. To pre-register for the races,
Lounge from 3-7pm at Holiday The Fall Festival Mountain log on to www.heartrateup. www.holidayvalleyrealestate.com • Rentals: lodging@holidayvalley.com
Valley both days with The Bike Race takes place next com

HARVEST FESTIVAL: OCTOBER 10 ~ FIREMEN’S FAIRGROUNDS, RANDOLPH


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ELLICOTTVILLE . . . Your Home Away From Home


New Price! Walk to Chairlift or Golf Course!
The owners are ready for offers on this front row townhouse conveniently located right
across from the Sunset Chairlift. View the fireworks, the slopes & the new Double
Riding the Extra Mile ...
Black Diamond golf course from this immaculate unit! Now asking ... $324,900

Amy DeTine, GRI


Direct Cell: 716.583.3769
Office: 716.699.4800
E-mail: amy@ellicottvillehomes.com

Office: 12 Washington Street


Ellicottville, NY 14731

FOR SALE
TWO HOUSES! ON 102 ACRES!
7122 Poverty Hill Road, Ellicottville
E’ville In The News
Free Natural Gas National Geographic Adventure: America’s Best Adventure Towns
Pond, Trails
Minutes from the Slopes Chamber office was contacted
Will Divide by National Geographic
Owner Financing Available Adventure magazine several
Trail Tours Available months ago to provide them
with photos of the area to be
Price Reduced 4 Times !! submitted for the possibility of
Must Sell !! Asking $620,000 being included as one of the
top 100 adventure towns in the
Call Will for Details & Showing United States. We sent many
716-847-1100 x 6 great images and descriptions
and guess what, we made
it! Ellicottville has officially
been included in National
Geographic’s list of America’s
Best Adventure Towns.
Not only did we make it, butT
we also have banner placemento
on the National Geographict
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Adventure, but we also have banner placement on the Adventure Towns landingE
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Towns landing page, one of only five places chosen! page, one of five places chosen.T
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Ellicottville is included witht
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articles, the Ellicottville Relations firm, and sometimes Orleans, LA, Jackson, WYA
Chamber of Commerce has travel writers and publications and Vail, CO. Take a moment
NEW ALBION LITTLE VALLEY been working very diligently to source us out. and log onto http://adventure.
make Ellicottville a household Such is the case with one nationalgeographic.com/
PRIVATE SETTING! VIEW MODEST HOME, MODEST
FOR MILES! 6.8 ACRES! PRICE! Exterior remodeled, name, familiar to Canadians and very prestigious adventure weekend-getaways/adventure-
Contemporary with 3 bdrms, newer vinyl siding, windows Americans alike. Sometimes magazine, National towns-home to view the article.
EAST OTTO open kit/living rm/dining rm, & roof, updated laundry/bath. 3 we source out travel writers Geographic Adventure. The Way to go Ellicottville!
decks, pond. $95,000 bdrms. $40,000
CHARMING! Log sided 2-3 bdrm

Member In The News


w/full finished basement, stone fire-
place w/WBS, cherry kit cup w/corian
counters, enclosed rear porch, garage.
7.2 acres. $195,000

View Today! The Purple Doorknob to Showcase Works of Artist Matthew Palmo
Concord Land Realty Ellicottville Chamber of Ellicottville just over a year
31 East Main St., Springville, NY ASHFORD LITTLE VALLEY Commerce member, The ago, and one-of-a-kind finds
Helen Brogan Dennis Sibley HILLSIDE CONTEMPO- STARTER HOME! Walk to Purple Doorknob, an eclectic are her specialty! Urania’s
(716) 864-6371 (716) 498-6332 RARY on 10 wooded acres. downtown & stores. Recently shop offering a unique unique collection of antiquities
Vaulted ceilings, WBFP, loft mas- painted, newer roof, low-cost selection of antiques, art and will be the backdrop for
Office: (716) 592-4941 ter bdrm suite, wrap deck, 2-story muni electric. Perfect home for other intriguing objects, will Matthew’s abstract, visionary
www.concordlandrealty.com barn, immaculate. $234,900 1st time buyer! $30,900 be featuring a showing of the paintings.
recent work by artist Matthew The opening reception for
Palmo. Matthew’s work will be held
12 Washington St. & 6921 Route 242 @ HoliMont The Purple Doorknob was this Friday, October 2 from
P.O. Box 780, Ellicottville, New York named by owner Urania 7-9pm at The Purple Doorknob
Shaklee for the first beloved and will be highlighted
716.699.4800 Multiple Listing Service
antique that she ever owned,
a purple doorknob. Urania,
throughout the month. Stop in,
say “hi” to Urania and check
1.800.680.0863 MLS originally from Canaseraga, out Matthew’s work amongst
www.ellicottville.com NY opened her doors in some very unique pieces.

Hula Dog Contest


Call Today ... Your Dream Home Awaits!

Salamanca Chamber’s Falling Leaves Fest Introduces a New Event!

Location! Location! Superb Horse Facility B&B! 3 Level Home!


Just a hop, skip & a jump from A perfect setting & facility for the 4BRs, full bath each of 3 levels.
HoliMont’s Cascade chairlift. It horse lover or business, former Spacious, bright LR, custom kit w/
doesn’t get any better than this! B&B. Wonderful 4-5BR home, breakfast nook, laundry/pantry & fin.
With almost 1 acre of land in the barn w/indoor arena, 15 stalls, tack 1st level featuring a craftroom, office
village, just imagine what you could room, 1/2 bath, pasture. It’s all here! & elegant Whirlpool bath for times
do with this diamond in the rough! Come take a look! when you need to relax in style!
Agent: Joe Eysaman Agent: Amy DeTine Agent: Andree McRae
ML#B339607 ... $350,000 ML#B339738 ... $350,000 ML#B330431 ... $344,900

Our friends at the Salamanca Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting their Falling Leaves
Village Location!
Walk to everything in downtown Open House! Walk to Town!
Ellicottville: Adjacent to the village
Festival this weekend, October 2-4. The Chamber team has let their creativity flow and will
be having an exiting new competition Saturday starting at 1pm, a “Hula Dog” contest. What
Ellicottville from this completely Morningside Estates park is this updated 3BR, 1BA end exactly is a Hula Dog contest you may be asking? Well, it can be viewed as a new spin on
refurbished home. Features gas Every Saturday & Sunday unit. Appliances stay & mostly a good old hot dog eating competition or adding a little bite to a hula-hoop contest. Either
fireplace, new kit & baths, 4BRs, 1:00 P.M. - 3:00 P.M. furnished for your buying conve-
tastefully furnished. The best deal You deserve the best! Distinctive nience. Relax on the large deck or way this sounds like something you won’t want to miss. Pictured above is Jane Paskuly
in the village! townhomes located on E’ville’s vil- in front of the fireplace. with a hot dog in-hand and a hula-hoop on the hips. Think you can beat that? Contact the
Agent: Amy DeTine lage edge. Offering the finest ameni- Agent: Tina Dillon Salamanca Area Chamber of Commerce at 945-2034 for more information.
ML#B327471 ... $229,900 ties & finishes, & cutting edge design. ML#B340608 $139,000

Shred & Regan to Broadcast Live at Fall Fest


ERA Vacation Property Rentals On the Friday of Fall Festival, October 9, the Shred & Regan Show on 103.3 The Edge
Offering Exceptional Rental Properties for that Perfect Vacation! radio station will broadcast live from the Village Gazebo from 3-7pm. Their entertaining
show will be highlighting some of the things going on for Fall Festival as people start to
roll into town. Shred & Regan will be conducting interviews with all sorts of locals and
will have lots of giveaways, so stop by and say “hi” to these “on air” celebrities.

Christmas In Ellicottville
Chamber Looking for Committee Members
Book Your Ski Season Getaway!
Ski season is just around the corner! ERA Vacation Properties offers full ski seasonal & weekend rentals It is hard to believe that event includes all things to let their ideas be heard by
to accommodate all your family and friends! But hurry! These rental properties are going fast! the Christmas season is Christmas from strolling volunteering to be a part of
So call our office today and book your winter adventure in Ellicottville! approaching, but it is - and carolers, breakfast and firetruck the Christmas in Ellicottville
Week/weekend rentals also available. quickly! rides with Santa to interactive Committee. If you are interested
As you may all remember, children’s activities. in helping to make this event
the season starts here on the This year we are asking one that truly encompasses the
An Alliance between HoliMont and ERA Vacation Properties weekend of November 27 with anyone in the community who spirit of Christmas, please give
... Bringing You the Best of Both Real Estate Worlds our Christmas in Ellicottville has an idea of what Christmas the Chamber office a call at
celebration. This three-day in Ellicottville means to them 699-5046 to sign up.

LIVE IN CONCERT: THE SCINTAS: OCTOBER 10 ~ SENECA ALLEGANY CASINO, 8PM


October 1-7, 2009 ~ The Villager ~ Page 5

Little Eagles Salute Call Me Today To View Your Next Home!


This Sunday’s Game will Honor Military Appreciation Day

Don’t miss this opportunity Within walking distance of Hillside location at HoliMont
to be in the FRONT row at the Main Lodge at HoliMont. within a short walk to the Sandra Goode
HoliMont! This is the last This is a nice townhouse Sunset Chair. This Associate Broker
NEW unit available! with low assoc. dues. townhome is a steal at ...
ML# 333587 $339,500 ML# 320209 $249,500 ML# 318993 $249,000

Cell: (716) 378-2733 E-mail: sjgoode42@yahoo.com


Office: 12 Washington St., Ellicottville, 699-4800 www.ellicottvilleresorthomes.com

Take Advantage of the Buyer’s Incentive!

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3+BRs, great yard, LV area. fin. bsmt, 2-car garage. Must see! great rental potential!
ML# 340682 ... $129,000 ML# 315992 ... $175,000 ML# 323847 ... $99,000
MARGIE KANDEFER Independently
Contact Margie today!
Sales Associate owned & operated Office: 12 Washington St., Ellicottville
(716) 699-4800
Direct: (716) 244-0608 For more info e-mail ellicottvillefun@hotmail.com

Krager Hill For All of Your E. Washington Street


Real Estate Needs
The Ellicottville Pee-Wee football team have run their undefeated streak to 6-0 with their win
over Little Valley last weekend. They are making a push to have the #1 seed come playoff
time. The Ellicottville Midgets also won against Little Valley last weekend, getting their
record back to .500 at 3-3 and making their push to the playoffs as well. This weekend the
Eagles take on the Allegany/Limestone Gators at 1:30pm on Sunday, Oct. 4 at the ECS field.
The game will recognize Military Appreciation Day for all serving and veterans of American Custom-built with a view to die for ... and Price & location are hi-lites of this to-
Armed Forces. If anyone would like to take part or have someone recognized at the game, a pond with its own island! 5-BR, 3.5 tally renovated & redecorated village
bath home features 3 FPs, 2 entertainment home! Plenty of room for entertaining
they can contact Todd Palmatier at 716-244-0964 or Roger Spell at 716-445-5111. A flag rooms, grand open-concept kit, radiant with a new kit, DR, LR & 4-BRs, 2
ceremony will kick off the day, followed by a reading of names of Veterans, Present Day
Armed Forces, as well as deceased heroes of the Armed Forces. Photos/Debbie Golley
heat, heated workshop, spacious deck &
location easy drive to resorts & casino! Andree McRae full baths. Walk to shop & dine! Short
drive to slopes!
MLS# 338358 30 acres at ... $575,000 Lic. Associate Broker MLS# 331608 Asking ... $229,900
Office: 12 Washington Street (716) 499-8839 www.andreemcrae.com
School Pool Open for Community Swimmers Ellicottville, NY 14731 (716) 699-4800 ext. 115 wnyhomes@roadrunner.com
SALAMANCA - Salamanca City Schools are proud to announce that the High School
pool will be open to the community every other Sunday from noon-2pm. The dates
the pool will be open are: Oct. 25, Nov. 8 & 22, Dec. 6 & 20, Jan. 10 & 24, Feb. 7 & 21, UPCOMING FALL FEST OPEN HOUSES!
and March 7 & 21. There will be an adult supervisor and at least two lifeguards in the
pool area. The following rules and guidelines are for the community open swim: 1)
The child must be 4 feet 6 inches (54 inches) tall to swim by themselves; if they are
not then a parent must accompany them in the pool. 2) If the child cannot swim, a
parent must accompany them in the pool. 3) A parent or guardian is to sign in their
child if they are in the 5th grade or younger. 4) The pool will be closed at 1:45pm in
order to have everybody out of the building by 2pm. 5) The parent or guardian must
pick up their child on time at 2pm. 6) No food or drink in the pool area. 7) You must
obey the adult supervisor and lifeguards at all time. For more information, please 6717 Upper Road, Ellicottville Lofty Mountain Grandeur, East Otto
contact Mark Reid, Assistant Athletic Director at 945-2404 ext. 6012. (off Holiday Valley Road) Baily Hill Road (8 mins. to E’ville) Ciji Riley
Saturday & Sunday, Oct. 10th & 11th Saturday, Oct. 10th • 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. Sales Agent
1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 11th • 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
716-244-8924

Giant Pumpkin Weigh-Off


Incredible chalet w/awesome views! Brand new 3BR, 2.5BA TimberBuilt Chalet!
716-699-4800
ERA Vacation Properties: 12 Washington St., Ellicottville, NY 14731 criley@ellicottville.com www.cijiriley.com

Pumpkinville Welcomes the Return of a Popular Contest this Sunday


GREAT VALLEY, NY - Fans The Sky Isn’t Falling ... PRICES ARE!
of pumpkins weighing more
than 1,000 pounds should make
their way to Pumpkinville this
NOW’s the Time to Buy!
Sunday, October 4 at noon.
Western New York’s largest Presented by Tina Dillon, REALTOR, GRI
Giant Pumpkin Weigh-Off Direct: 716-474-5646
takes center stage at the area’s
premier fall family attraction.
More than 40 giant pumpkins
are expected for the weigh-off
including reports from the
entrants that approximately
10 of the pumpkins will weigh
more than 1,000 pounds.
58 South Street 9468 W. Bucktooth Run 16 Four Wheel Drive
Despite the wet weather which Cuba: A STEP BACK IN TIME! One Napoli: NEW PRICE! What a find! Ellicottville: SKI IN/OUT! Owners are
might reduce the number look & you’ll fall in love with this remod- Totally renovated 3-4BR, 3 bath home relocating & want this fully remodeled
of 1,000 pound pumpkins eled Vintage home on a large lot. Covered on almost 2 acres. Two 1st floor master 5+BR, 3.5 bath home SOLD! Two mas-
entered, several of the growers portico welcomes you into the driveway suites, formal dining, 1st floor laundry, att. ter suites, LR w/brick FP, deck w/hot tub,
of this 4+BR, 2.5 bath brick beauty. For- garage. Enjoy country life at its finest on fam. room, mud/ski room. Mostly fur-
say their pumpkins have a mal dining, music room, enc. sunroom, 4 the large covered front porch. Don’t miss nished for your buying convenience. Buy
legitimate chance to beat the WBFPs. The wdwk is stunning! out on this deal ... call to see today! now ... be in for this year’s ski season!
ML#B343846 $495,900 ML#B340964 $162,000 ML#B326207 $929,000
New York State record of
1,631 pounds. More than 40 giant pumpkins are expected for the weigh- THE BEST OF TIMES
“Last year’s weigh-off was off including reports from the entrants that approximately The present may well be the best of times for first-time homebuyers. Not only are home prices as low as they have been in
10 of the pumpkins will weigh more than 1,000 pounds. years, but mortgage rates are at historic lows. In addition, the government is offering first-time homebuyers a tax credit worth
phenomenal, and from the $8,000 or 10% of their home’s value (whichever is less). First-time buyers, for the purpose of the tax credit, are those who have
information we’re getting, this In addition to the weigh-off, which begins at noon this not owned a home in three years. According to the IRS, the credit does not have to be paid back if the home remains the buyer’s
Sunday, October 4, Giant Pumpkin sculptures will be primary residence for at least 36 months after the purchase date. The credit phases out for those whose adjusted gross income
year’s will be even better,” demonstrated. Photo/Gary Kinn exceeds $75,000 ($150,000 for joint filers).
said Dan Pawlowski, who Whether you are a first-time buyer, or a seasoned investor, I can help you achieve your real estate investment goals. I have a
owns Pumpkinville with his through October 31 from are available, along with a successful history of helping buyers find the property that best suits their requirements. Contact me today at 716-474-5646 to
arrange an initial meeting.
wife Diane. “We’re flattered 9am-7pm each day, the 200- fun “Cow Train” for the HINT: According to the Treasury Department, nearly one out of two homebuyers bought for the first time last year.
when people tell us we’re the acre farm in Great Valley has kids. On Goat Mountain, you
best contest in the area and transformed into a family- feed the goats as you climb
recommend us to other giant friendly attraction with two- the mountain. You’ll also see
pumpkin growers throughout dozen activities that appeal to more farm animals and take a It’s Fall season ...
the northeast.” people of all ages. Hay Ride. The Pumpkinville fall in love with your new home!
The winner of last year’s In addition to the 10-acre Grille features hot dogs,
contest tipped the scales at pumpkin patch and 1870s era sausage, barbecue pork, chili Cathleen Pritchard Melanie Pritchard
1,403 pounds. This year’s prize cider mill that allows visitors and homemade curly fries Licensed Associate Licensed Real Estate
purse will be more than $5,000 the unique experience of available daily, with mouth- Real Estate Broker Salesperson
with the grower of the largest seeing how apple cider was watering chicken barbecue
pumpkin receiving $1,000. made back in the late 1800s, dinners on weekends. (716) 983-4234 Office: 12 Washington Street, Ellicottville, NY • (716) 699-4800 (716) 480-8409
In addition to the weigh-off, Pumpkinville has added Pumpkinville is located at A Must See! Just Bring Your Skis! Park Your Car & Ski!
Giant Pumpkin sculptures will several new attractions. They 4844 Sugartown Road (off
be demonstrated during the include Di’s Pies & Bake Route 98) in Great Valley, just
weekend. Shoppe. The on-site working a few miles from Ellicottville.
Owners Dan and Diane bakery features a multitude Pumpkinville originated in
Pawlowski are still beaming of sweets. Watch as pumpkin the early 1960s by Joe and
from Pumpkinville’s 2008 bread, pumpkin cookies, Helen Halloran. They started
win of New York State’s muffins, pies and their widely by growing and selling
Agri-Tourism Award from renowned pumpkin donuts are pumpkins on the roadside Original HoliHuts expanded into extra- Like-new 3BR, 2 bath is a great find! Quiet location near HoliMont’s main
special chalet. 4BRs, 3 baths, lg. ski New furniture, stone surround FP, chalet! Kitchen & DR overlooks great
the I LOVE NEW YORK made, and then buy and eat and each year it grew a little room, sauna, garage, no stairs to climb! deck, furnished & excellent condition! room w/WBFP. 4BRs, 2.5 baths.
campaign. them as they come out of the more. In 1996, they entrusted Price: $794,000 Price: $59,900 Price: $499,000
“That win last year made oven. Also grab a rubber duck Pumpkinville to the current
Endless Possibilities! Lower Taxes! Convenient Location!
us work even harder this and race in the Ducky Derby owners, the Pawlowski family.
year to grow Pumpkinville using old-fashioned hand Since then Dan and Diane
into a bigger regional tourist water pumps. and their children, Lisa and
attraction,” Dan notes. This year’s ongoing Jim combined their creativity
New York State’s oldest, Pumpkinville events include with hard work to grow
continuously working the popular Six-Acre Corn Pumpkinville into the regional
pumpkin farm, Pumpkinville Maze, one of the largest in the tourist attraction it is today
has increased in size and U.S. Find hidden messages with more than 80,000 people Loaded w/charm! 6BR, 2 bath Vic- Located across from HV. 3BRs, 2.5 Adorable 1BR w/1st floor pull-down
added attractions, making it in the maze to win prizes. visiting during the six week torian on 22+ acres. Incl. successful baths, possible 4th den/BR. Granite Murphy bed. Sleeps up to 6 easily.
garden business w/2 greenhouses. counters, stone FP, attached garage. Walk to village & slopes! Furn., views!
the largest regional tourist Visitors can fire The Corn season. For more information Price: $449,900 Starting at: $339,900 Price: $124,900
destination for Western New Cannon and aim corncobs at about Pumpkinville, please call
York’s autumn season. Open hay bale targets. Pony Rides 716-699-2205 or 699-2994. Check out ALL our listings at: www.TeamPritchard.com

FALL FESTIVAL: OCTOBER 10-11 ~ ELLICOTTVILLE


Page 6 ~ The Villager ~ October 1-7, 2009

Come Experience What You Never Knew You Were Missing!


Noel Has Introduced A New Menu! Rally For A Cause
Olean Event Rolls Out More than $15,000 in Donations F
Playing music for no reason whatsoever other than to have fun w/ band Slap & Tickle
Mondo Mondays w/Rev. Jack Darvaset
Victims of Fate
Saturday, Oct. 3rd @ 9:30pm:
Live Music!
In Town!
Beers From All Around! PULLED PORK
Specializing in Micro-Brew “The Best
Sit Back & Relax With A Cold One! Phone: 699-8990
26 Monroe Street, E’ville

“New Brew in Town”


CAFE & EATERY
COFFEE CULTURE Pictured above, left to right: Southern Tier Military Support Group-Natalie Snyder; HomeCare
& Hospice-Mary Jo Pula; Interfaith Caregivers-Char Granger; Larry Penman-Rally Co-Chair;
Healthy Families of Cattaraugus-Diane Jusko and April Ramadhan; Alan Roth-Rally Co-
Chair; CARes Council on Addiction Recovery Services, Inc.-Laura Elliott-Engel; Randy
FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITIES Langdon-Rally Co-Chair; Dempsey Club-Jason Hlasnick; Olean Airport Support Group-Dick

Now Available!
Messer; South Olean Football-Roger Chapman; and Dennis Jones-Rally Co-Chair.
OLEAN - The final tallies from has been able to give more than all members of the family can
Call 877-993-2233 the 7th annual Rally in the Valley
are in and organizers from the
$100,000 to local charities.
Rally in the Valley was
attend. We get a great feeling
just seeing little kids walking
Greater Olean Area Chamber introduced to the area by local with dad and mom looking at all
Email: development@coffeeculture.us of Commerce are very pleased business leaders who saw of the motorcycles. It is a great
www.coffeeculture.us with the outcome. With the what other communities have feeling to be able to take a hobby
success of the event, they will done with similar events and that we are so passionate about,
be able to gift $15,400 to local wanted to bring that same type and use it to make money for
charities. CARes - Council on of experience to Olean. They some very worthy people around
Addiction Recovery Services, knew the event would draw Olean. We are very thankful
Inc., Interfaith Caregivers, the many people from outside the for the continued support we
Dempsey Club, HomeCare & area and the longer they ran the receive from the great people
Hospice, Olean Airport Support event the larger it would grow. of Olean and the Chamber of
Group, Southern Tier Military In addition, they knew there Commerce,” stated the chairs of
Support Group, South Olean were many bikers in this area the Rally event, Dennis Jones,
Saturdays @ 7:30 PM Football, Healthy Families of that would love an event like this Randy Langdon, Dan Jordan,
September 26th October 24th Cattaraugus, and the Olean that was close to home. Larry Penman and Alan Roth.
October 3rd October 31st High School Sports Boosters “We have gone to great lengths The Rally in the Valley is
October 17th November 7th are all recipients of the event’s and take great pride in the fact scheduled for August 27-29,
proceeds. Including this year’s that our Rally in the Valley 2010. For more info, call the
donations, the Rally in the Valley continues to be an event that Chamber at 716-372-4433.

University Square
$ 99
170 Wines 12. or Less! St. Bonaventure Announces Development Plans for Castle Property
ST. BONAVENTURE -
St. Bonaventure University
housing designed for graduate
students and area professionals;
officials has been incredible,
and served to greatly assist
OUR OUTSTANDING WINE SELECTION has announced plans for the
creation of a lifestyle destination
a hotel with conference space;
a sporting/multi-purpose
our team in determining the
development’s feasibility
INCLUDES MORE THAN development on property complex that will provide so quickly. We have a very
owned by the university on indoor and outdoor venues strong team of development
330 WINES ! Route 417 in Allegany. for a wide variety of sporting partners on deck to make this
Ross Wilson & Associates of events and tournaments; and happen, all of whom added to
Wine & Liquor Store: 10 Monroe St. (across from The Barn) 716-699-4474 Buffalo is the master developer retail stores and restaurants to the credibility of the project,”
Hours: Mon-Thurs 10-8 / Fri-Sat 10-10 / Sun Noon-6
and project manager for the support the complex. Marlatt said.
development, to be called Ross Wilson & Associates St. Bonaventure University is
Bonaventure Square. will be submitting project plans giving the regional community
“We have been working with to the Allegany Town Board in “a huge gift,” said Kevin
Ross Wilson & Associates early October. This will start the Greiner, a principal with Ross
Ellicottville’s Home of the NFL TICKET since February, and we are
delighted that they are now
public planning and approval
process. The goal is to begin
Wilson & Associates.
“This development will draw
ready to advance plans for the construction in June 2010. tourism to the community while
property to the Allegany Town “There are many steps that need also serving as a tremendous
Board,” said Brenda McGee to occur before construction can recreational and retail asset.
Snow, senior vice president begin. But we remain optimistic We are delighted to be working
for finance and administration that what is being proposed with the University to make
at St. Bonaventure. “We feel is not only feasible from a this happen,” Greiner said.
confident that the proposed business perspective, but also “The university administration
development will significantly very attractive from a regional has been extremely supportive
20 Monroe Street,
Sttreet Ellicottville,
Ellicottville NY enhance the quality of life for economic development and provided the necessary
716-699-4162 www.balloonsrestaurant.com our students and for regional perspective,” said Snow. guidance initially to scope
citizens and tourists, while Craig Marlatt of Ross Wilson the project so that the benefits
sunday: SUNDAY BLOODY SUNDAY
NDAY also supporting the university’s
long-term plan for growth.”
& Associates said, “The
opportunity to add a fairly
of this development to the
university and the benefit to
CUSTOM BLOODY MARY BAR LIVE MUSIC Among the planned components significant number of new jobs the greater community are
of the approximately $60 and to add substantially to the aligned.”
EVERY SATURDAY
monday: PIZZA & WINGS million development - to be tax base is also a major positive Partnering with Ross Wilson
FROM 5-9PM located on the site of the former factor for the region. This & Associates is Foit Albert
tuesday: MEXICAN NIGHT NO COVER CHARGE
Castle Motel - are a recreation
complex with bowling alleys,
project took on a life of its own
very early in the process.
Associates, which is serving as
the project architect, and Kinley
with CORONAS DISCOUNTED $1
1 October 3rd sports lounge, arcade and “The support from community Corp., the general contractor
THE BLACK and gaming room; apartment leaders, business and elected for the project.
wednesday: ITALIAN NIGHT BLUES BAND
Blues, Funk, Jazz ‘Kids Night Out’ at the Univ. of Pitt-Bradford
• huge draft selection! & Classic Rock
BRADFORD, Pa. - The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford’s Education Club will hold
• free wi-fi access! Kids’ Night Out from 4-8pm this Saturday, Oct. 3 in the Sport and Fitness Center as
part of Alumni and Family Weekend. Children can enjoy an evening of swimming,
playing sports, watching movies, coloring and doing other activities. Cost is $10 per
Monday-Friday: DAILY LUNCH
H SPECIALS
SP A S ATA $5.99
$5.
$5
5 99 child, and dinner and refreshments will be provided. Proceeds from Kids’ Night Out
will be used to purchase club uniforms and learning materials. For more information
or to make a reservation, contact Education Club president Jessica Visseau via e-mail
at jjv14@pitt.edu or call Education Club advisor Dr. Wayne Brinda at 814-362-7532.
Yeah, we wish you were here too! Come Meet Our Friendly Staff!

Olean Toastmasters
Members Don Cinque and Nancy Phillips Place 2nd at Competition
Due to their success,
ELLICOTTVILLE Phillips and Cinque move on
to higher-level competition
W N.Y.
among Toastmasters clubs at
OR
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L D FA M OU the Western Division Contest


on October 10 at Ingrim Micro
in Williamsville. The contest
starts at 9am.
MONDAY: Pasta Day with “All-U-Can-Eat” Spaghetti • TUESDAY: Liver & Onions Olean Toastmasters
WEDNESDAY: Wing Night • FRIDAY: Fish Fry is part of Toastmasters
International, a club dedicated
LIVE MUSIC Each Week! to helping members improve
communication and leadership
No Cover Charge ... Ever! skills in a supportive
THIS SATURDAY, October 3rd, 9pm-1am environment. The group
meets the 2nd and 4th Sunday of
Rabbitfoot Toastmasters District Governor Dennis Gauda (enter)
presents Olean Toastmasters members Don Cinque (left)
each month at 6pm at Cojones
Cantina. Guests are always
Coming next Friday, October 9th: Joe Wagner Band and Nancy Phillips (right) with second place trophies welcome to come to meetings.
following the Sept. 17 competition held in East Aurora.
MONDAYS through Summer, 7-10pm: Blue Mule Band For more information on
WEDNESDAYS, 9pm-1am: Wagner &Winston • THURSDAYS, 7-11pm: Kuk & Freddie OLEAN – Saturday, Sept. 17 Toastmasters in East Aurora, Olean Toastmasters, contact
saw Nancy Phillips and Don Phillips took second in the Anna Bush at 716-307-7694,
20 Washington Street, Ellicottville, New York Cinque of Olean Toastmasters humorous speech contest and e-mail oleantoastmasters@
(716) 699-2530 ellicottvilleginmill.com each take second place in area Cinque took second in the gmail.com or visit www.
competition. Held at Moog speech evaluation contest. oleantoastmasters.com

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Up Close & Personal Massage Therapy * Facials


Body Treatments * Waxing
Fists of Fury II: Boxing Competition Highlights Falling Leaves Festival
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on Saturday night, October
3 at the 32nd Annual Falling
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The competition is FREE to the
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The Knockout Factory, located
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professional boxing ring, a Salamanca. Admission is free!
mixed wrestling and martial
arts cage, a weight area and was the 2006 heavyweight educating myself and several Call to learn more about mat classes
speed bag area, an equipment Ringside World Champion and Knockout Factory coaches in and new group equipment
wall, a matted area for mixed is devoted to a training regimen the complexities of regulating
martial arts and a mirrored wall at the Factory. The Knockout professional combat sports. We
for fine tuning skills. The gym, Factory has also had contenders are now certified to officiate
which is owned and operated by and winners in mixed martial fights in any tribal or state “Physical fitness can neither be
Mike ‘Snake’ Tome, opened in arts bouts in Ohio, and Mike jurisdiction in the U.S.A. but our achieved by wishful thinking nor
2001 and is free and open to the routinely takes fighters across focus is to bring professional outright purchase.” - Joseph Pilates
public. the country to compete in boxing and mixed martial arts to • Increase Core Strength
On any given night, there will national events. our local area.” The Knockout • Improve Posture, Balance & Flexibility
be several local kids gearing up Mike Tome is no stranger to Factory gym is open to the • Lengthen & Strengthen Muscles
for a competition, whether it’s boxing and the martial arts. “I’ve public and is free of charge from
a regional boxing competition, been involved with boxing and 6-8:30pm Monday through Sherrie DeShong, PTA
weight lifting competition, or the martial arts all my life. I grew Friday. Certified coaches are (412) 417-6008
an out of state mixed martial up watching Muhammad Ali available for instruction. They Schoolhouse Room #14, 1 Washington St., Ellicottville sbdeshong@yahoo.com
arts competition. Mike said, “I and I’ve always been involved can be reached at 716-945-
like to be sure these kids are in fighting of some form.” 3560. “The creation of a safe
both physically and mentally
prepared for their competitions.
He has attended professional
judging and referee seminars
environment for youth to come
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can get kids off the couch and provides a forum for State and Falling Leaves Festival in Sarah Smith PERMS
off the streets and have them Tribal Athletic Commissions 2006. It was deemed a huge Hair Stylist, Manicurist
do something productive that from across the U.S. and Canada success, drawing upwards of FACIAL WAXING
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Saturday, October 3 at 6pm. For
more information and a complete
Ellicottville, New York (716) 699-8757 PEDICURES
fight record in 2008 stood at
100 wins and only 27 losses, as
of judging and refereeing,
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schedule of events for the 32nd
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well as numerous trophies and of the fighter and preserve the please contact the Salamanca
gym awards. Mike has had his integrity of the sport. Area Chamber of Commerce at
share of champions come out of
the gym. Charlie Fitzsimmons
Mike says, “Since opening
my gym I have been diligently
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Passing Game D What a difference a week makes. Edwards couldn’t get a Sales Associate
pass to T.O. That broke a streak of 186 games in a row!
Run Defense C The Bills played solid for three quarters. But any way
you look at it, the Saints ran for 222 yards.
Pass Defense B Once again the Bills’ pass defense held Drew Brees
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Using the space that was previously Kazoo’s toy department (which has since moved to the Coaching D Jauron’s decision put the nail in the coffin for Bills play- eszpaicher@
back of the well established store), Mike Trainor will be featuring his own custom woodwork ers, punting on 4th and 1. Bad decision Dick! holidayvalley.com
along with area artisans, selling one of a kind pieces ranging from Amish Rugs, place and
door mats and hand crafted clocks, to hand painted mirrors and wall hangings and antiques. The Road to SUPER BOWL XLIV FEBURARY 7, 2010 • Miami, Florida
BY IAN BIGGS in his new shop by talented percent of the stores goods are
artists, he said. One such artist hand made as well. Currently
Building furniture has been a that is represented at the Trading residing in Lawtons, NY near
hobby of Mike Trainor’s for the Company is Diane Hummel, Gowanda, he will soon be
past seven years, and an interest who designs and crafts “building a woodworking
for even longer. His one-time Southwestern objects such as shop” on property he owns in
hobby has since flourished into hand painted gourds. Diane said Mansfield to expand his growing
a fully fledged business building that she “has always wanted to business. He is excited about the
custom furniture for clients be a cowgirl” and has an affinity new opening here in Ellicottville
from all over. He has now taken for the Southwestern region and is looking forward to a long
his custom furniture business of the country. Her detailed lasting relationship with the
one step further and will be work complements the mostly town’s residents and visitors.
opening a brand new store, The western themed furniture and Being a mountain ski town,
Ellicottville Trading Company, accessories that the Trading Post his western themed work would
this coming Monday downstairs
in the Kazoo II establishment
has to offer.
Mike’s own work features
be well suited in any of the area
condos and chalets, and would Today’s Hot Music Mix.
at 18 Washington Street, items such as - but not limited fit equally as well in a condo in
Ellicottville. to - benches, chairs and tables, Toronto or a home in Cleveland. Playing the largest variety
Using the space that was using fine woods including He will be introducing “over
previously Kazoo’s toy black walnut, cherry and tap fifteen pieces” of his own of music from the 70’s,
department (which has since maple. His work uses mortis custom woodwork for the 80’s, 90’s and today.
moved to the back of Arlene and tenon joinery and his initial opening and is quick to
Solly’s well established store), attention to detail in his work is point out that he enjoys doing
Mike, a happy and jovial guy, readily apparent; his enthusiasm commissioned pieces as well
will be featuring his own and passion show in talking of and as such has a good following
custom woodwork along with his trade. for his craftsmanship.
area artisans, selling one of Mike was in the building His website for the Ellicottville
a kind pieces ranging from contracting trade for twenty- Trading Company will soon be
Amish Rugs, place and door three years before deciding to up and fully running at www.
mats and hand crafted clocks, to delve into the custom made ellicottvilletrading.com. Don’t
hand painted mirrors and wall furniture business. “Each forget to stop downstairs at 18
hangings and antiques. piece is one of a kind,” he Washington Street (Kazoo II) WMXO, Olean Radio, (716) 375-1015
There are many unique items said, describing the hand built and welcome Ellicottville’s Fax: (716) 375-7705
and “something for everyone” furniture he makes. Ninety newest business owner to town!

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Architectural Digest
Randolph Children’s Home’s Lost Victorian Architecture
BY ANNE LONDON beautiful. nursery, administration building,
Anyway, I’ve been curious for and boys’ and girls’ living units.
If you traveled from Ohio years about this haunting visage, These buildings, all admirable
to Holiday Valley in the 60s, and so, using my post as the examples of Victorian-era
as I did, you may remember Architectural Digest writer as an design, were each in turn
passing by a children’s home excuse to drop by, I finally did sacrificed, as construction
in Randolph that appeared to so. I learned that the building I was completed, 1959 through
be as spooky as the mansion recalled, if it ever existed, (did 1967, of the modern LeFevre
on “The Munsters” set. If you I dream it? perhaps!) had been Buildings, built with a bequest
do remember it, you and I may abandoned in 1959 and was from someone named Francis B.
be the only ones, as no pictures left sitting idle throughout the LeFevre.
seem to exist, and the staff 60s until it was razed in 1974. Besides the abovementioned
members who responded to my There were, however, a number buildings, a few private homes
inquiry seemed to feel that their of smaller buildings dedicated to also graced the campus. Charles
campus had always been rather such uses as a school, infirmary, Merrill, for instance, CEO of
the home from 1881 to 1907
and Superintendent from 1907
to 1924, lived in a two-story
farmhouse which was recently The Mackey home is being preserved as the last remaining original structure of the
torn down. Another home, Randolph Children’s Home.
maintained for use as a guest
house, is currently awaiting its
turn for demolition.
What is left? Something
magnificent. It is a three-story
brick Italianate, built in 1863
and divested by the children’s
home in 1960, now owned by
Michael and Diana Mackey
from Las Vegas, who purchased
the home in 2003 after finding it
advertised online. Michael and
Diana had worked as a team
restoring two houses for the
purpose of selling them, but this This nursery was one of the razed buildings.
home is not one they plan to flip.
Rather, it’s a home Diana says
she dreamed of since childhood,
and though a lot of work still lies
ahead, the couple is crazy about
the place and plans to stay on for
the rest of their days.
Michael is skilled at framing,
plumbing, electrical work, and Changes through the years made way for the new, A current entrance to part of the
masonry; Diana makes most modern facility. Children’s Home.
of the decorating decisions,
does plastering, painting, etched glass above the front Diana, and two others dedicated structure that is left – and also
wallpapering, floor refinishing, door, the original staircase, an to Diana’s jobs as Randolph to peek in on the campus’s new
furniture restoration and original fireplace made of stone Town Historian and Chairman buildings and note that there is
upholstering. Sitting out back painted to resemble marble, a of the Randolph Historical great design there, great modern
they have their own bought- dining room with a glassed-in Society. Other bedrooms house design, that is very pleasing min
and-paid-for man lift (I call it a ‘conservatory’ and wainscoting Michael’s NASCAR collection, its own way.
two man cherry picker). These of alternating dark and light Diana’s medieval artifacts, PS – If any of you aging skiers
people are serious. They tried woods. antique sewing machines and remember the 1960s Randolph
sub-contracting, were not happy Since the home, at one time, loom, and art projects. Children’s Home as I’ve
with it, and say from here on out was used to accommodate large While it’s a shame that so many described it, please e-mail me,
they’ll finish the job themselves, numbers of students, there are, unique examples of Victorian a5london@hughes.net, and let
The home has 12½ foot ceilings on the first floor, parlors on of course, numerous bedrooms era architecture gave way to the me know that I didn’t imagine it.
each side of the main entrance hall, a half-round work of original thank you very much.
etched glass above the front door, the original staircase, an The home has 12½ foot ceilings and baths. The first floor library modernization of the Randolph Thanks, Anne
original fireplace made of stone painted to resemble marble, a on the first floor, parlors on each as well as three of the upper Children’s Home, there is PPS – My thanks to Diana who
dining room with a glassed-in ‘conservatory’ and wainscoting side of the main entrance hall, level bedrooms are used as consolation in seeing how the provided the research that made
of alternating dark and light woods. a half-round work of original offices - one for Michael, one for Mackeys are preserving the one this story possible.

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October 1-7, 2009 ~ The Villager ~ Page 9

Come Into My Kitchen Healthy Lifestyles


A More Healthful Approach to Eggplant Parmesan Achieving Wellness and Optimal Health
BY MERRY & ALLEN RICHON - it was even better than we in western North Carolina. resistance training and a fear, anger is another emotion
anticipated. We have since They enjoy cooking, and for a flexibility component (5-15 which can destroy us, if not
We, along with many other made it several times - not number of years, have written minutes). When we exercise, handled properly.
people, continue searching for only for ourselves, but also for recipe columns for two of our brain releases endorphins, Choose your battles
ways to fix eggplant dishes friends and family. All agree: their local newspapers, The which elevate our minds to a carefully. Allow yourself 24
without using exorbitant it was delicious! Moultrie News and The Tryon positive, happy state. Also, hours to decide if an issue is
amounts of oil in the process. As with most recipes, we Daily Bulletin. Their recipes, we eliminate toxins from our disturbing enough to deserve
We also struggle with the made a few changes, which like those used by many bodies through perspiration. proper address. If not, let it go
“to salt, or not to salt” are reflected in the recipe people, come from a variety of Don’t smoke and keep alcohol – and congratulate yourself for
issue, something we still here. The original called for sources. Many recipes have consumption moderate. doing so!
haven’t resolved to our own “tomato sauce” with no other been altered substantially to Decrease the bad stress Love yourself. Recognize the
satisfaction. instructions, so we used a very accommodate personal tastes, in you life. “Good” stress uniqueness of who you are. If
After finding a recipe for basic sauce recipe that works or to improve flavor or texture. can motivate and encourage you wish to change anything,
Eggplant Parmesan on the very well. That recipe follows The following recipe, along positive growth within us. be realistic. Change should
Eating Well website, we the description portion of the with many others, can be “Bad” stress, however, can result in positive, progressive
decided to give it a try. The eggplant recipe. found on their website at www. destroy our health. When we growth. Remember, it takes
result was not just spectacular Merry and Allen Richon live comeintomykitchen.net are stressed, our bodies release time, or ‘baby steps’. List your
the hormone ‘cortisol’ which strategies and make sure they
e

This Week’s Recipe


BY KATHERINE PRESTON plays havoc with our blood are personally achievable.
pressure, blood sugar levels Review them often and be
Body, Mind and Spirit: three and immune system. Through open to changes as well.
simple words which are the the means of exercise, Do not expect perfection – in
Eggplant Parmesan (serves 4) foundation of total Wellness. mediation, yoga, visualization, life, in others, nor in yourself.
Balance, moderation and etc. we can control our reaction Be prepared to adapt to
INGREDIENTS: quality are equally important. to stress. change - it’s ongoing.
1 eggplant (about 1-1/4 lbs.) Together, they can lead Take time out for you. Learn to say ‘no’ – without
1 egg white to optimal physical and Re-evaluate your priorities. guilt – to some requests. As
1 Tbsp. water mental health. The following By writing them down, you can well, delegate tasks and ask
3/4 cup fine dry breadcrumbs “checklist” can help to guide see what is important to you. for assistance if and when you
Freshly ground black pepper us on the path to positive Acknowledge the difference need it. There’s no weakness
1/2 cup freshly grated wellbeing. between what you want and in doing so.
Parmesan or Asiago cheese, Consume foods which are what you need. Consult them Do not let pride rule you.
divided nutritionally sound: complex regularly. Katherine Preston is a Registered
1/4 cup slivered fresh carbohydrates, protein, good Listen to your inner self. A Personal Trainer, Nutrition
basil leaves fats and water. Remember the person who listens to their and Wellness Specialist, Older
2 1/2 cups tomato sauce* importance of vitamins and body and inner self truly Adult Specialist, and Fitness
3/4 cup grated part-skim minerals as well. Through achieves total wellbeing. Instructor Specialist through the
mozzarella cheese healthy food choices, we can Educate yourself and stay Canadian Fitness Professionals
supply our bodies with these updated. Read labels. There Assoc. Katherine founded and
METHOD: necessary nutrients. is nothing more detrimental to operates her own business
Preheat oven to 400°F. Avoid exposure to toxins your present and future health ABSolute Fitness Training
Lightly coat a jelly roll pan As with most recipes, we made a few changes, which are
reflected in the recipe here. The original called for “tomato and carcinogens - found in than ignorance. Don’t be afraid & Consulting, which offers
and one 8x11-1/2-inch baking sauce” with no other instructions, so we used a very basic highly processed foods, many to get a second opinion or Certified Personal Training
dish with olive oil (we used sauce recipe that works very well. household products and in compare different teachings. and Nutrition Consulting
olive oil spray). the environment (pesticides, Smile! Laugh out loud and in clients’ homes, in fitness
Cut eggplant crosswise into 1/4-inch thick slices. Whisk egg white and water in a shallow dish chemicals released into the air hard! facilities and as a referral for
until frothy. Combine breadcrumbs, 1/4 cup of the Parmesan, and pepper in another shallow and soil). Stay “connected” with others Post-Re-Habilitation patients.
dish. Dip the eggplant slices into the egg-white mixture, then coat with the breadcrumb mixture. Engage in physical activity. and with your community. Questions? Comments?
Arrange the eggplant slices in a single layer on the prepared jelly roll pan. Bake for 15 minutes, A sound fitness regime As human beings, we need to Contact Katherine at absfit@
turn the eggplant slices over, and bake until crisp and golden, about 15 minutes longer. Stir includes a 5-15 minute warm- recognize our humanity. cogeco.ca or visit her website at
fresh basil into tomato sauce. Spread about 1/2 cup of the sauce in the bottom of the prepared up, a cardio-vascular activity, Do not stay angry. Like http://home.cogeco.ca/~absfit
baking dish. Arrange half of the eggplant slices over the sauce, overlapping slightly. Spoon 1
cup of the remaining sauce over the eggplant and sprinkle with half of the mozzarella cheese.
Add a layer of the remaining eggplant slices and top with the remaining sauce, mozzarella and Sippin’ with the Southern Tier Symphony
Parmesan or Asiago cheese. OLEAN - The Southern Tier Symphony will be hosting a fundraiser called “Sippin’
Bake, uncovered, until the sauce bubbles and the top is golden, 15 to 20 minutes. with the Symphony” this Sunday, October 4 from 4-7pm at Rock City Park in Olean.
The event will include wine, appetizers and sweet confections along with a pie
*We made a simple tomato sauce with 1 diced onion, sautéed in 1 Tbsp. olive oil; 3 large contest. Admission is 20.00 for adults with all proceeds to benefit the orchestra. The
tomatoes, peeled and diced; 1 clove garlic, pressed; 1 8-oz can of tomato sauce (with no salt evening promises to be a delightful evening of wine, music and scrumptious fare
added); red pepper flakes and Italian seasoning, to taste. Sauté the diced onion in olive oil until amidst the fall colors of Rock City Park. For reservations or more information, please
soft, add diced tomatoes, cover and simmer gently for 20 minutes. Add tomato sauce, thin to contact Nancy Miller at 716-373-4938.
desired consistency with water, and season to taste.

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One Call Does It ALL . . . Day Trippin’


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ELLICOTTVILLE LANDSCAPING City, Pa.
“We’re trying as much as
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Landscape & Design Service Johnson said. Besides focusing
on locally available produce,
• Timber/Stone retaining walls & stairs the wine trail also looked for
• Shrub & planting bed installation The Harvest Wine Weekend, a ticketed event, is a self- local businesses to print recipe
• Lawn grading & installation guided tour over a 40-mile stretch of the Chautauqua- books and craft the coasters.
JACK KRAMER Lake Erie Wine Trail. On November 7-8 and 14-15, each
• Tree planting & maintenance The Harvest Weekend
• Minor miracles
5431 Burleson Rd. of the 21 wineries along the wine trail will choose a wine welcomes anyone, from the
to pair with a recipe that highlights local autumn produce.
Great Valley, NY 14741 Each participant will receive a wine glass and booklet that
wine novice to the connoisseur.
“Absolutely wine novices
716-945-2616 includes the recipes from the wineries.
could come,” Johnson said. “It
BY REBECCA BLAKESLEE vineyards. “This year is a very could start them down the track
late harvest because it was very of finding the things they like.”

Roofing • Painting
Local wines and seasonal rainy; we’re about three weeks However, she said, “If they’ve
produce will be the key behind where we usually are.” never ever been into a winery
ingredients at the Harvest Wine Although the wine trail has and don’t know what to expect,
Weekend, a celebration of the held similar events before - a it might be overwhelming.”
Foam Insulation end of the grape harvest for the
wineries along the Chautauqua-
Lake Erie Wine Trail. On
chocolate weekend, Halloween,
and celebrations throughout the
holiday season - this will be
“It’s great exposure for
someone that’s new,” Merritt
Over 30 Years Quality Work November 7-8 and 14-15, each the first year with a weekend
said. Participants looking for
more personal attention might
of the 21 wineries will choose focusing on the end of the want to visit on a Sunday, he
Eberle Contracting, Inc. Since 1977
a wine to pair with a recipe
that highlights local autumn
harvesting season, said Johnson.
“Each winery is unique,”
said, since Saturday is typically
the busier day.
produce. The Harvest Wine said Bill Merritt of Merritt In previous years, the first
Fully Licensed, Insured & Bonded • Residential / Commercial • FREE ESTIMATES! Weekend, a ticketed event, is Estate Winery, so the wine and two weekends of November
a self-guided tour over the 40- food pairing at each is unique were reserved for a holiday
E-mail: noleaks@earthlink.net (716) 945-1414 mile stretch of the wine trail. as well. The recipes for the wine weekend. This year, the
“What’s fun about these Harvest Wine Weekend will be wineries are reserving the last
events is that there’s a very themed on local, seasonal food week of the year, between
festive atmosphere, with people such as squash or pumpkins. Christmas and New Year’s, to
ORGANIC GARDENING • WALKWAYS, PATIOS enjoying food and wines,” said Participants stopping at the celebrate the holidays with an
Jennifer Johnson, president of South Shore Wine Company un-ticketed event.

New World
the Chautuaqua-Lake Erie Wine in North East, Pa. will get to Tickets for the Harvest Wine
Trail. Some of the wineries will sample butternut squash and Weekend are $35 per person.
decorate for the weekend, and white bean soup, paired with Visit www.chautauquawinetrail.

Landscaping and Design there may still be activity in the South Shore’s Traminette. For org for ticketing information.

Allegany Historical Association To Meet Oct. 4


ALLEGANY – The Allegany Area Historical Association will meet on Sunday, Oct. 4 at
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St. Bonaventure University. He has written hundreds of feature stories, columns and
commentaries for magazines, newspapers and radio, and his work has been honored
by the Associated Press and the Association of Public Radio News Directors. He is
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shift. With that response I had if I were on the other side of
totally destroyed her argument the debate, how would I feel
and she completely missed it. if my government told me that
People who have never had to I had to help finance someone
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There she was. My picture and why we desperately fight real problem lies and meet
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“other side” looks like. I was That’s a true story, but it middle.
standing outside my apartment represents so much more than Our founders had a great idea
in Ellicottville, just taking in a disgruntled reader versus when they decided to rise up
As an authorized Guardian dealer, see us for the day before heading out the evil, Liberal columnist. against the crown and begin
your automatic standby power needs: to work, when the Zombie There’s a perverse game of the American experiment.
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back out to the links. the luxury of not working on a also imperfect. They owned
Then she saw me. She Thursday morning, I was laid slaves and, in most cases,
looked as if a fly had crawled off. Not exactly a luxury. I’m didn’t really like each other.
into her mouth. A brief wondering when the last time Politicians will always be
RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL moment of disgust followed
by a devious, slightly ravenous
Zombie lady had to decide politicians. They had to work
which bills weren’t getting together, however, in order to
grin and I knew immediately paid that month so she could survive. Somewhere along the
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Cone
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Ar
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GE Appliances twitching at the corner of the only the health care debate, rest of the world still looks to
Plate Mirrors mouth of a person who really but the overall debate of what America as a shining example
Carpeting wanted to spit on me. Not constitutes a proper American of the imperfect trying to get
waiting for a reply, the Zombie life. Do lobbyists, corporations it right. If all they see are a
woman turned to her slightly and rich white people have the bunch of bickering idiots, then
G. Michael Nickolson Phone/Fax: (716) 699-4516 embarrassed posse and began right to decide what’s best the experiment has failed.
General Contractor Ellicottville, New York whispering and giggling. for the rest of us? Do we all Comments? E-mail Doug at
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FALL SPORTSMEN’S SHOW: NOV. 7-8 ~ CATTARAUGUS COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS, LITTLE VALLEY
October 1-7, 2009 ~ The Villager ~ Page 11

TOWN OF MANSFIELD TOWN OF MANSFIELD


TOWN BOARD TOWN BOARD
ORDER ORDER
Pursuant to Article 12-A of the Town Law Pursuant to Article 12-A of the Town Law
WHEREAS, a Map, Plan and Report prepared in accordance with the requirements of WHEREAS, a Map, Plan and Report prepared in accordance with the requirements of
Section 209-c of the Town Law regarding the proposed creation of a water district to be known Section 209-c of the Town Law regarding the proposed creation of a sewer district to be known
as Town of Mansfield Water District No.1 in the Town of Mansfield, Cattaraugus County, New as Town of Mansfield Sewer District No.1 in the Town of Mansfield, Cattaraugus County, New
York was filed in the office of the Town Clerk on September 21, 2009; and York was filed in the office of the Town Clerk on September 21, 2009; and
WHEREAS, such water district is proposed to be located wholly within the Town of WHEREAS, such sewer district is proposed to be located wholly within the Town of
Mansfield and is more fully described in Exhibit A, which is attached hereto and by reference Mansfield and is more fully described in Exhibit A, which is attached hereto and by reference
made a part hereof; and made a part hereof; and
WHEREAS, there are no improvements proposed to be constructed at the public WHEREAS, there are no improvements proposed to be constructed at the public
expense within the bounds of such water district; and expense within the bounds of such sewer district; and
WHEREAS, no expenditures are proposed for the creation of the aforementioned WHEREAS, no expenditures are proposed for the creation of the aforementioned
district; and district; and
WHEREAS, it is proposed that there shall be no cost of the district to the typical WHEREAS, it is proposed that there shall be no cost of the district to the typical
property situate therein; and property situate therein; and
WHEREAS, the Town Board is required to hold a public hearing in connection with WHEREAS, the Town Board is required to hold a public hearing in connection with
the creation of the aforementioned district and to give adequate notice thereof; and the creation of the aforementioned district and to give adequate notice thereof; and
NOW, THEREFORE, it is NOW, THEREFORE, it is
ORDERED, that the Town Board of the Town of Mansfield shall meet to consider the ORDERED, that the Town Board of the Town of Mansfield shall meet to consider
proposed creation of the aforementioned Town of Mansfield Water District No.1 and to hear all the proposed creation of the aforementioned Town of Mansfield Sewer District NO.1 and to
persons interested in the subject thereof at 7:00 p.m. on October 12, 2009 at the Town Offices hear all persons interested in the subject thereof at 7:00 p.m. on October 12, 2009 at the Town
located in the Hamlet of Eddyville, 7691 Toad Hollow Road, Town of Mansfield, New York; Offices located in the Hamlet of Eddyville, 7691 Toad Hollow Road, Town of Mansfield, New
and it is further York; and it is further
ORDERED, that the aforementioned Map, Plan and Report shall be available for ORDERED, that the aforementioned Map, Plan and Report shall be available for
public inspection at the office of the Town Clerk, 7691 Toad Hollow Road, Little Valley, New public inspection at the office of the Town Clerk, 7691 Toad Hollow Road, Little Valley, New
York on Monday (9:30 a.m. -1:00 p.m), Thursday (5:00 p.m. -7:30 p.m.) and Saturday York on Monday (9:30 a.m. -1:00 p.m), Thursday (5:00 p.m. -7:30 p.m.) and Saturday
(9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.), prior to the aforementioned public hearing; and it is further (9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.), prior to the aforementioned public hearing; and it is further
ORDERED, that the Town Clerk shall cause a certified copy of this Order to be ORDERED, that the Town Clerk shall cause a certified copy of this Order to be published
published at least once in the official paper of the Town of Mansfield, the first publication of at least once in the official paper of the Town of Mansfield, the first publication of which shall
which shall be not less than ten (l0) days nor more than twenty (20) days before the date set be not less than ten (10) days nor more than twenty (20) days before the date set herein for the
herein for the aforementioned hearing, and shall also cause a copy of this Order to be posted on aforementioned hearing, and shall also cause a copy of this Order to be posted on the sign board
the sign board of the Town maintained pursuant to the requirements of the Town Law, not less of the Town maintained pursuant to the requirements of the Town Law, not less than ten (10) days
than ten (l0) days nor more than twenty (20) before the date designated for such hearing; and it nor more than twenty (20) before the date designated for such hearing; and it is further
is further ORDERED, that the Town Clerk, on or about the date of the publication of a copy
ORDERED, that the Town Clerk, on or about the date of the publication of a copy of this Order, shall file a certified copy hereof with the State Comptroller pursuant to the
of this Order, shall file a certified copy hereof with the State Comptroller pursuant to the requirements of Section 209-d(2)(a) of the Town Law.
requirements of Section 209-d(2)(a) of the Town Law. Dated: September 21, 2009
Dated: September 21, 2009 BY ORDER OF THE TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF MANSFIELD
BY ORDER OF THE TOWN WN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF MANSFIELD

EXHIBIT A
EXHIBIT A District Boundary Legal Description
District Boundary Legal Description ALL THAT TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND situate in the Town of Mansfield, County
ALL THAT TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND situate in the Town of Mansfield, County of Cattaraugus, State of New York, being part of Lots 1 and 2, Township 4, Range 7 of the
of Cattaraugus, State of New York, being part of Lots 1 and 2, Township 4, Range 7 of the Holland Land Company’s Survey, more particularly described as follows:
Holland Land Company’s Survey, more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point in the centerline of State Highway 242 at the intersection of the east line
Beginning at a point in the centerline of State Hlqhway 242 at the intersection of the east Canfield Hill Road; thence southerly along the east line of Canfield Hill Road to the southwest
line Canfield Hill Road; thence southerly along the east line of Canfield Hill Road to the corner of lands now or formerly of George Tirone, Jr. by Liber 718 of Deeds at Page 748;
southwest corner of lands now or formerly of George Tirone, Jr. by Liber 718 of Deeds at thence easterly along the south line of said Tirone approximately 521.4 feet to the east line of
Page 748; thence easterly along the south line of said Tirone approximately 521.4 feet to the the Town of Mansfield at the southeast corner of said Tirone; thence southerly along the east
east line of the Town of Mansfield at the southeast corner of said Tirone; thence southerly line of the Town of Mansfield, said line also being the west line of lands now or formerly of
along the east line of the Town of Mansfield, said line also being the west line of lands now Holimont, Inc. by Liber 679 of Deeds at Page 253, approximately 3350 feet to the northeast
or formerly of Holimont, Inc. by Liber 679 of Deeds at Page 253, approximately 3350 feet to corner of lands of Holimont, Inc. by L.976/p.280: thence westerly along lands of Holimont
the northeast corner of lands of Holimont, Inc. by L.976/p.280; thence westerly along lands approximately 1730 feet to the southeast corner of lands of New York State -Cattaraugus
of Holimont approximately 1730 feet to the southeast corner of lands of New York State County Reforestation Property “F”; thence along lands of New York State the following
-Cattaraugus County Reforestation Property “F”; thence along lands of New York State the courses and distances,
following courses and distances, 1) Northerly approximately 340 feet;
1) Northerly approximately 340 feet; 2) Westerly approxlmately 127 feet;
2) Westerly approximately 127 feet; thence, northerly approximately 1222.2 feet to the northeast corner of Anson R. Stone by
thence, northerly approximately 1222.2 feet to the northeast corner of Anson R. Stone by Liber 646 of Deeds at Page 49; thence westerly along a north line of Stone approximately
Liber 646 of Deeds at Page 49; thence westerly along a north line of Stone approximately 1199 feet to a corner in the property of Stone; thence northerly along an east line of Stone and
1199 feet to a corner in the property of Stone; thence northerly along an east line of Stone and continuing along an east line of lands now or formerly of Irving Germanow by Liber 663 of
continuing along an east line of lands now or formerly of Irving Germanow by Liber 663 of Deeds at Page 502 and Liber 674 of Deeds at Page 129 approximately 2174.8 feet to the center
Deeds at Page 502 and Liber 674 of Deeds at Page 129 approximately 2174.8 feet to the center of Plum Creek at the southwest corner of lands now or formerly Plum Creek, LLC by Liber
of Plum Creek at the southwest corner of lands now or formerly Plum Creek, LLC by Liber 3393 of Deeds at Page 9001; thence easterly along the center of Plum Creek as it meanders
3393 of Deeds at Page 9001: thence easterly along the center of Plum Creek as it meanders approximately 514 feel to the southeast corner of lands now or formerly Plum Creek, LLC by
approximately 514 feet to the southeast corner of lands now or formerly Plum Creek, LLC by Liber 3393 of Deeds at Page 9001; thence northeasterly along the southeast line of said lands
Liber 3393 of Deeds at Page 9001; thence northeasterly along the southeast line of said lands of Plum Creek, LLC approximately 703.68 feet to the centerline of State Highway 242 at the
of Plum Creek, LLC approximately 703.68 feet to the centerline of State Highway 242 at the northeast corner of said lands of Plum Creek, LLC; thence easterly along the centerline of
northeast corner of said lands of Plum Creek, LLC; thence easterly along the centerline of State State Highway 242 approximately 160 feet to the northwest corner of lands now or formerly
Highway 242 approximately 160 feet to the northwest corner of lands now or formerly Richard Richard Noelak by Liber 634 of Deeds at Page 322; thence southerly along the west line of
Noelak by Liber 634 of Deeds at Page 322; thence southerly along the west line of Noelak to Noelak to the southwest corner thereof; thence easterly along the south line of Noelak to the
the southwest corner thereof; thence easterly along the south line of Noelak to the southeast southeast corner thereof; thence northerly along the east line of Noelak to the northeast corner
corner thereof; thence northerly along the east line of Noelak to the northeast corner thereof, said thereof, said point being in the centerline of State Highway 242; thence southeasterly along the
point being in the centerline of State Highway 242; thence southeasterly along the centerline centerline of State Highway 242 approximately 686 feet to the northwest corner of lands now
of State Highway 242 approximately 686 feet to the northwest corner of lands now or formerly or formerly Stephan Jurzynskf Llber 5110 of Deeds at Page 6003; thence southerly along a west
Stephan Jurzynski Liber 5110 of Deeds at Page 6003; thence southerly along a west line of line of said Jurzynski approximately 123 feet; thence easterly 27 feet; thence southerly along
said Jurzynski approximately 123 feet; thence easterly 27 feet; thence southerly along a west a west line of said Jurzynski approximately 189 feet to a point; thence easterly along the south
line of said Jurzynski approximately 189 feet to a point; thence easterly along the south line of line of said Jurzynski approximately 56 feet to the southeast corner thereof; thence northerly
said Jurzynski approximately 56 feet to the southeast corner thereof; thence northerly along an along an east line of said Jurzynski approximately 161 feet; thence easterly 100 feet; thence
east line of said Jurzynski approximately 161 feet; thence easterly 100 feet; thence northerly northerly approximately 171 feet to the centerline of State Highway 242; thence easterly along
approximately 171 feet to the centerline of State Highway 242; thence easterly along the the centerline of State Highway 242 approximately 625 feet to the point of beginning.
centerline of State Highway 242 approximately 625 feet to the point of beginning.

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PLANNING BOARD, VILLAGE OF ELLICOTTVILLE, NEW YORK, NOTICE OF PUB- LEGAL NOTICES
LIC 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, October 13, 2009 at 5:30 NOTICE OF FILING: Name of Limited Liability Company: Wilean Farms, LLC. Date of
P.M. in the Ellicottville Town Hall, 1 West Washington Street, Ellicottville, New York to con- Filing of Articles of Organization: August 14, 2009. County of Office: Cattaraugus. Munici-
sider: Planning Board Application No. PB-2009-08. An application by Sprague Development pality of Office: Town of East Otto, 9017 East Otto-Springville Rd., East Otto, New York. The
LLC for a Special Use and Zoning Permit for approval to establish seven (7) additional apart- Secretary of State has been designated as agent of the Company upon whom process against
ment units on the second floor of the building located at 38 Washington Street. The first floor of it may be served. The address which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process
this building is being established as previously approved by the Village Planning Board on Au- against it is: 9017 East Otto-Springville Rd., PO Box 55, East Otto, NY 14729. The registered
gust 12, 2008 for commercial uses. The proposed seven addition is in addition to a single apart- agent of the Company is: Brooks & Brooks, LLP, 207 Court St., Little Valley, NY 14755. The
ment unit previously approved by a Special Use Permit (PB-2009-04) by the Village Planning registered agent is to be the agent of the Limited Liability Company upon whom process against
Board on May 12, 2009. The Applicant’s proposal to establish an additional seven apartment it may be served. The purpose of the Company is to carry on any such business for which a
units on the second floor of the building is in conformity with the provisions and requirements limited liability company may be formed under the laws of the State of New York.
of the Village Commercial - One (VC-1) District as established by the Village of Ellicottville
Zoning Local Law of 2009 and permitted by Special Use Permit in the VC-1 District by review Notice of Formation of NICHOLS RUN MINERALS, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with Secy.
and approval by the Planning Board. Consistent with the Zoning Law, a public hearing has of State of NY (SSNY) on 08/24/09. Office location: Cattaraugus County. SSNY designated
been scheduled for this Special Use Permit application on Tuesday, October 13, 2009. Applica- as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to the
tion materials are available for review from the Village of Ellicottville Building Inspector/Code LLC, 814 Tallow Tree Ct., Naples, FL 34108. Purpose: Any lawful activity.
Enforcement Officer at the Town Hall, 1 West Washington Street from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M., Notice of Formation of NICHOLS RUN LAND, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State
weekdays. The Planning Board will hear all interested persons within regard to this application of NY (SSNY) on 08/24/09. Office location: Cattaraugus County. SSNY designated as agent
at the public hearing. Persons wishing to do so may submit written comments at or prior to the of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to the LLC, 814
public hearing. Mary Klahn, Village Clerk Tallow Tree Ct., Naples, FL 34108. Purpose: Any lawful activity.
NOTICE: Wolfinger Holdings, LLC filed Articles of Organization with the New York Secre-

★ ★ Sudoku Challenge ★ ★ tary of State on September 14, 2009. The office of the limited liability company is in Cattarau-
gus County, New York. The Secretary of State has been designated as an agent of the limited
liability company upon whom process against it may be served, and the Secretary of State shall
mail a copy of any process served upon him or her to Wolfinger Holdings, LLC, 2434 Haskell
This Week’s Difficulty Level: To solve a Sudoku puzzle, place
a number into each box so that Road, Cuba, New York 14727. The purpose of the limited liability company is to engage in any
★ ★ ★ ★ each row across, each column
down, and each small 9-box
lawful act or activity for which limited liability companies may be organized under the New
York Limited Liability Company Law.
square within the larger diagram
Legal Notice: Notice of Formation of a Limited Liability Company (LLC): Name: WEBER
5 1 4 3 (there are 9 of these) will contain
every number from 1 through
9. In other words, no number
RENTALS LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY)
on 09/16/2009. Office location: Cattaraugus County. SSNY has been designated as agent of
1 9 2 will appear more than once in
any row, column, or smaller
9-box square. Working with
the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to:
C/O WEBER RENTALS LLC, PO Box 314, South Dayton, NY 14138. Purpose: Any lawful
purpose. Latest date upon which LLC is to dissolve: No specific date.
2 3 the numbers already given as a
guide, complete each diagram
with the missing numbers that
NOTICE OF SUBSTANCE OF ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION: On August 26, 2009,
FIDURKO CONSTRUCTION, LLC filed with the NYS Department of State its Articles of Or-
4 8 2 will lead to the correct solution.
Good luck! ganization. The office to be located in Cattaraugus County. The NY Secretary of State is des-
ignated as agent for service of process. The mailing address for the LLC is PO Box 32, Olean,
Last Week’s Puzzle: NY 14760. The purpose of the business is to engage in any lawful activity for which limited li-
6 1 5 8 2 1 3 7 9 6 4
ability companies may be organized under Section 203 of the Limited Liability Company Law.
COMMUNITY TECHNOLOGY SERVICES OF WESTERN NY LLC: Notice of forma-
1 9 6 4
6
7
9
3
1
8
2
6
4
9
5
1
3
5
8
2
7
tion of the above Limited Liability Company (“LLC”). Articles of Organization filed with the
Secretary of State of NY (“SSNY”) on 09/01/2009. Office location County of Cattaraugus.
3 5 7
8
1
3
5
4
9
5
8
2
6
1
4
7
2
9
3
6
SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served.
SSNY shall mail a copy of any such process served to: The LLC, 434 North 9th Street, Olean,
2 6 9 4 7 3 8 1 5 NY 14760. Purpose: any lawful act.
4 5 7 9 5 6 3 1 4 2 7 8 Notice of Formation of OSBORNE TOWING & RECOVERY, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed
with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 09/15/09. Office location: Cattaraugus County. Princ. of-
1 4 8 7 5 2 6 3 9
9 7 2 6 3 2 7 6 9 8 5 4 1
fice of LLC: 132 N. 21st St., Olean, NY 14760. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom
process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to Robert S. Osborne Jr. at the princ.
office of the LLC. Purpose: Any lawful activity.

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VIEWS FROM THE VILLAGE
Ellicottville Central School Homecoming 2009
Students Cheered on their Eagles Last Friday During the Homecoming Football Game vs. Franklinville

Last Weekend Marked National Alpaca Farm Days


Local Alpaca Farms Opened their Doors to the Public for a Hands-On Experience with the Animals

The Corvettes of Buffalo Club Convened at Holiday Valley


Participants Drove through Cattaraugus County Last Saturday During the “Vettes at the Valley” Event Weekend

Photos/Gary Kinn

Ellicottville’s Weekly Newspaper Online: www.thevillagerny.com