Holiday Market Set For Saturday
Brocton Holiday Shopping Market, sponsored by the Class of 2013 Parents Group, will be held from10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Over 30 tables will be set up and will feature Miche Bags, Silpada, gift baskets, Christmas ornaments, Eye Candy, etched and painted glasses and bake sales. Representatives will be available to help all shopping needs.
Camp December Begins Saturday
DEWITTVILLE - YMCA Camp Onyahsa will host its Camp December for youth between the ages of 7 and 13 from 10 a.m. Saturday, through 1:30 p.m. Sunday. Campers and counselors will stay in the camp's heated lodges with traditional Onyahsa outdoor activities including sports, crafts, nature, hikes, skits and campfires; a snowman building contest, a holiday party and cookie baking. The cost for the weekend is $45 for members and $50 for potential members. Campers that attended one of Onyahsa's summer 2011 resident or day camp programs do not need to complete a new health form. A health form is required for all new campers. Enrollment is limited. To register, call Bev Lubi at 664-2802, ext. 238, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To print registration forms, visit www.onyahsa.org.
Busti Community Dinner Slated
BUSTI - The Busti-Hamlet Development Group and the Busti Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary will be hosting a free community dinner Saturday. Starting at 6 p.m., people can come for the free dinner at the fire hall. At 7 p.m., the Busti tree lighting will take place, with Santa Claus on hand. Also, residents or businesses in Busti may bring a Christmas tree ornament that will be added to the community Christmas tree.
Benefit Dinner Set
SINCLAIRVILLE - The Valley Historical Society will hold a sloppy joe dinner, beginning at 4:30 p.m., Saturday, in the Sinclairville Fire Hall. Adult dinners are $6; small children, $4. All proceeds will benefit the 2012 Sinclairville History Fair.
Cookbook To Be Available Soon
RANDOLPH - The Randolph Historical Society has published an unusual cookbook. Recipes and Reminiscence contains not only more than 100 favorite recipes of Randolph residents both past and present, but also gives one a look into the traditions of local families and memories of many loved ones. Pictures of many are included in this cookbook. It also gives one the opportunity to try many recipes enjoyed by families in the Randolph area. Beginning in December, the book can be purchased for $25 at Inkley Pharmacy or by contacting Sandy Brace at 358-3475 or Marion Wade at 358-5731. There are limited copies of this book.
Memory Tree Kickoff Planned
FALCONER - Mayor David Krieg invites residents to a 6 p.m. kickoff for the memory tree Dec. 7 at the community building. People can buy ornaments in honor of someone and put them on the tree. American Legion members are also being invited in recognition of Pearl Harbor Day.