Business After Hours set for Wednesday
As part of the Chautau-qua County Chamber of Commerce membership drive, the Dunkirk Commun-ity Chamber of Commerce will hold a networking event. It is free to Chamber members who register in advance and bring a non-member guest.
Non-member guests who register in advance may also attend for free. The cost for unregistered walk-ins is $5.
The event will be Wednesday from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at Rookies, 19 Lake Shore Drive East.
Registration is available through the Chautauqua Chamber website at www.chautauquachamber.org.
Classes of 1942
looking for members
St. Mary's Academy and Dunkirk High School Classes of 1942 are planning a 70th class reunion.
A luncheon is being planned for July 13 at Shorewood Country Club, West Lake Road, Dunkirk.
If anyone is interested, or you know someone who might be interested in attending this reunion, call Rolly Mahany at 366-4406.
Cassadaga Job Corps will host tour Thursday
A tour and informational session will be held at the Cassadaga Job Corps Academy, 8115 Glasgow Road, Cassadaga, on Thursday at 10 a.m..
To confirm attendance or for more information, contact Admissions Counselor Mike Pietrkiewicz by calling 595-4298 or by email to email@example.com.
Leon Fire Company Spring Raffle Saturday
The Leon Fire Company will hold their Spring Raffle Saturday at 6 p.m. Hams, turkeys as well as baskets will be raffled off. A 50/50 drawing will be held. Part of the proceeds will benefit the Leon Fire Department Ambulance fund and the Rochester Ronald McDonald House.
Special class at Lily Dale Sunday
Raymond Buckland, whose long-time workshops and lectures are among the most popular at Lily Dale, will return this week to offer a special class from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m, Sunday sponsored by the Church of the Living Spirit, Cleveland Avenue.
Author, psychic and Spiritualist for more than 50 years, Buckland will present "Gypsy Spirit Contact: A Look at the Travelers' Ways of Communicating with the Deceased.'' Of Romany (Gypsy) descent, Buckland said gypsies are regarded as the "keepers of ancient mysteries" and have a "strong sense of the afterlife." He urges visitors to bring notebooks and pens and promises an inside look at gypsy life, including language, methods of healing and their "tools.'' More details available at www.churchofthelivingspiritlilydale.com
Church to sponsor 1,000 Easter egg hunt Saturday morning
Christ Community Church, 219 Berry St., Fredonia, will hold a 1,000 Easter egg hunt Saturday. Children throughout the community who are in fifth grade and under are welcome to come.
Before the Easter egg hunt, children will color bags to be used for the hunt, so bringing bags or baskets is not necessary. Children will be divided up by ages. A snack will also be provided.
The event begins at 10 a.m. rain or shine. There is no cost and all children are welcome. For more information call 673-1661.
Presentation of capital project at Brocton Central Wednesday
On Wednesday at 7 p.m., Brocton Central School Superintendent John Hertlein, will hold his second in a series of "Brocton 101" meetings. The topic for this meeting is "Update of the Capital project." The public is welcome and encouraged to attend the meeting which is being supported by Sandberg Kessler Architectural Firm.Mayville Fire Department will sponsor an Easter Egg Hunt Sunday at the Lakeside Park starting at 2 p.m. Three age divisions, 4 & under, 5 to 8, and 8 to 12. Prizes and Refreshments. Visit with the Easter Bunny.
Dinner and movie night Friday in Cassadaga
The Cassadaga Commun-ity Baptist Church, located in the village at 25 Maple Ave., will hold a free dinner and movie night this Friday in the Fellowship Hall. The dinner will be served at 6 p.m., and the movie "Dolphin Tale" will follow at 7 p.m.
The dinner and movie are free, and is open to everyone to attend. All are welcome.
There will be no
The World Beat Drum Circle will next meet at Lily Dale, Assembly Hall, home of The Church of the Living Spirit on Cleveland Avenue (corner of Cleveland and Library Street), on April 5 at 7:30 p.m. with facilitator George Clees.
All are welcome, from those who have never drummed to the most experienced.
Some drums are available for use. Join us for some meditative, relaxing drumming.
The SUNY Fredonia College of Education and Teacher Education Club will hold its Fourth Annual Research Symposium Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Thompson Hall on SUNY Fredonia's campus.
This year's theme: "Part-nerships for Success: Work-ing Together to Transform P-12 Schools and Teacher Preparation Programs" will include a variety of presentations ranging from behavioral intervention plans and literacy instruction by students to research presentations by SUNY Fredonia faculty members.
The SUNY Fredonia College of Education will welcome Jim Manly, a Fredonia native and current principal at Harlem Success Academy 2, as the keynote speaker for the Symposium. The event is free and open to all.
The newly formed Brad Anderson Recognition Committee will meet Wednesday at 6 p.m. in the Portland Town Hall.
The purpose of the meeting is develop plans to commemorate Marmaduke creator and former Portland resident Brad Anderson.
For more information call Al at 792-9776