The Northern Chautauqua County Club Association recently held its regular monthly meeting at the Brocton Legion Post #434, W. Main Street, in Brocton.
The meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance, followed by a moment of silence for deceased club members.
Post Commander Henry Link welcomed the group. He also took the opportunity to spread the word that volunteers are needed to help transport veterans to hospital treatments.
Roll call was taken, and one club, and one director were absent.
Secretary Janet Rozen read the minutes of the previous meeting and treasurer Janis Dibb gave a financial report. Both reports were accepted.
In the president's report, it was noted that the state has approved the establishment of 14 farm-based wineries and two cideries. Also, state distributors voluntarily stopped selling alcohol energy drinks, like Four Loko.
In discussion, food inspection results of establishments in Western New York were listed on a Buffalo television station, including some of the local clubs that serve food. It was noted that only a few had minor violations, mainly for the temperature of food served and in storage.
The annual installation banquet will be held at the Dunkirk Moose Club in January. Menu selections will be presented at the next meeting.
With winter weather's arrival, it was recommended that anyone questioning the cancellation of a meeting call the club that the meeting was to be held at. Club phone numbers were handed out. Members of all clubs are invited to attend the group's meetings.