SINCLAIRVILLE - The Sinclairville 76ers have elected new officers for the coming year.
Richard Smith of Sinclairville will serve as the president. John Sipos of Cassadaga will serve as the vice president. Mrs. Livermore will serve as the recording secretary. Margie McIntyre will serve as the treasurer. Ainsley Smith is the bookkeeper. The trustees are elected on a rotating basis. The trustees elected this year are Tom Alford, one of the volunteer drivers, Albert Olmstead, who also serves as the president of the Valley Historical Society, and Ed Roberson, who also is one of the volunteer drivers.
General business meetings are held once a month on the third Monday afternoon. For more information, call 962-3455. New members are welcome.
The Sinclairville 76ers is the Meals on Wheels program for the Cassadaga Valley area. Meals are prepared three days a week in the Sinclairville Fire Hall kitchen with Lisa Rangel as the chef, and then delivered on three different routes throughout the valley area by volunteer drivers. Meals are delivered to Cassadaga, Stockton, Sinclairville, Villenova, Cherry Creek, Conewango Valley, Ellington and Gerry.
The 76ers program began in 1976 with senior housing and expanded to the meals on wheels program five years later. The same meal on the same day of the week is served in the Sinclairville firehall dining room at noon for those who can attend. Elsie Livermore is the site manager. The Meals on Wheels program is a part of the Chautauqua County Office for the Aging.