Fundraiser Set To Help Patients
The Breast Cancer Support Group of Jamestown will be selling pink light bulbs again this year to benefit local breast cancer patients. The light bulbs will be available at the Ashville General Store; Crouch's Garage, Panama; the Dutch Village, Clymer; the Falconer Vac Shop; Farm Fresh Foods, West Third Street, Jamestown; Jamestown Glass, North Main Street, Jamestown; the Lakewood Mobil Mart, East Fairmount Avenue, Lakewood; Ribbing's Restaurant, Falconer, the Southside Pharmacy, Foote Avenue, Jamestown; VSK Emporium, Frewsburg; the Westfield American Legion and any support group member. The cost is $2.50 each. For more information or to view other items available this year to "Help Button up Breast Cancer," contact Pat Carr at 665-4343.
Landfill Discussion Set For Tuesday
A public forum to review and discuss the Chautauqua County landfill will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Discussion will include operations, monitoring, reporting and expansion plans. The public is invited to attend the forum at the Town of Ellery building on Sunnyside Avenue in Bemus Point. Chautauqua County Legislator Vince Horrigan and George Spanos, director of county public facilities, will be the moderators.
Water Battle Set For Saturday
SUGAR GROVE - The Sugar Grove Volunteer Fire Department will host a water battle at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Chandlers Valley Ballpark. The competition is open to firefighters and community teams. For more information, contact Bryan Braley at 814-730-3491.
Kennedy To Hold Story Hour Time
KENNEDY - The Kennedy Free Library will offer a story hour for pre-schoolers at 11 a.m. each Wednesday from Sept. 12 until Dec. 19. There is no registration or fee required, but children must be accompanied by an adult for the entire story hour. A reading by a library staff person or volunteer, crafts and light snacks will be available. The midwinter/spring 2013 schedule will be announced at a later date. For more information, contact the library at 267-4265 or visit email@example.com.
Inaugural Open House To Be Held
LEON - The Leon Volunteer Fire Company will host its inaugural open house and demonstration day from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 8, at the Leon Fire Hall. The event is open to the public and will include several activities, including demonstrations of firefighting and rescue operations, a Jaws of Life demonstration and a state roll over safety demonstration. Fire equipment will also be available to check fire extinguishers, demonstrate the proper way to use extinguishers and offer for sale other life-saving equipment, including extinguishers and smoke detectors. There will also be a giveaway of Amish items to benefit the fire department. Items include handmade wood items and furniture, quilts and items sold at local shops. Old fire extinguishers can also be brought in to be checked. A small fee is charged to check extinguishers.