Mayville DMV to be open Saturday for snowmobilers
County Clerk Larry Barmore, has announced that the Mayville DMV office will be open this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. so that the influx of in-state and out-of-state snowmobilers may register their sleds and be able to enjoy the newly opened snowmobile trails in Chautauqua County.
Only Mayville will be open, not Jamestown or Dunkirk.
Conditions are supposed to be favorable for the 400 miles of trails in the county to be ready for good sledding. Chautauqua County welcomes snowmobilers from other counties and states as their presence here helps the economy immensely at this time of year. With the trails open for the first time, hundreds of out-of-state snowmobilers are expected to visit Chautauqua County this weekend. On the off chance that the weather changes and the trails are closed, the DMV will not be open, but this is not expected.
Forestville Board of Education to hold
special board meeting
On Saturday, Jan. 26, the Forestville Central School District Board of Education will hold a special board meeting in the high school library at 9 a.m. This will be followed immediately by the board workshop.
VITA tax appointments
If you worked last year, made less than $66,000 household income and have a simple return, you qualify for free tax preparation through the VITA program. IRS certified VITA volunteers are available through April 15 at various, by-appointment locations throughout northern Chautauqua County. To learn locations, dates and schedule your appointment, call 2-1-1 (or 1-888-696-9211) today.
Zoning Laws to be
discussed at Imagine Forestville Meeting
The concerned citizens group, IMAGINE FORESTVILLE, will be meeting today, Thursday, Jan. 24 at 7 p.m. at The Forestville Meeting House, (aka Lower Hotel), 37 Center St., Forestville. The Zoning Laws will be discussed. “This is our time to put our dreams together and decide the future of Forestville one step at a time, beginning with the zoning! The Hanover Town Board, along with the Zoning Board and the Building Inspector have been very supportive in our quest. This is your time to step forward and be a part of the future! You do make a difference!,” said member Aimee Rogers. Call her at 965-4321 for details.
Perrysburg Zoning Board sets two
The Perrysburg Zoning Board will be meeting on Jan. 29 at 7 p.m. and on Feb. 12 at 6 p.m. The meetings will be at Perrysburg Town hall.
and Central School Chamber Choir
Westfield Academy and Central School Chamber Choir Festival will feature performances by the Westwinds, Firecrackers, Ape-Men and visiting choirs.
The concert will take place on Jan. 26 at 7:30 p.m.
Bobby (Bob O) Mangus cancer benefit set for Saturday
Friends of Bobby Mangus are hosting a benefit on Saturday, Jan. 26 from 4 to 10 p.m. at the First Ward Falcon Club, 341 Lake Shore Drive E., Dunkirk. The benefit is to assist Mangus with his costly stem cell treatment to help him fight multiple myeloma. Spaghetti dinner (served from 4 to 8 p.m.) tickets are $10. Benefit includes 50/50 tickets, chance auction, live music by The Rising, food catered by David Winchell’s Super Duper Catering, beer and more. Contact Brandon Grabias at 397-6124 with questions.
Benefit raffle for Tammi Feiner set for Saturday
Friends and family of Tammi Feiner will be hosting a benefit raffle at the Conservation Club at 1 N. Mullett St. on Saturday, Jan. 26. in Dunkirk. Tammi is currently receiving chemotherapy treatments for chronic lymphoma/leukemia. Multiple prize packages to be raffled including a golf package, kayak, Woodford Reserve whiskey barrel and more. Doors open at 2 p.m.; drawings begin at 5 p.m. and pizza will be available. $10 donation per ticket or 3 for $20. Call Nancy Chrabasz at 366-4833 for tickets, info.