Community Notebook

Museum ready to reopen Sunday

SINCLAIRVILLE — The Valley Historical Society Museum in Sinclairville at Main and Lester Streets will open to the public on Sunday for the first time since September of 2019. The museum will be open from 2 to 5 p.m. and there is no charge for admission. President of the society, Larry Barmore, will be on hand to answer any questions you may have on the museum collection or local history in general. The museum will be closed the following Sunday because of Memorial Day but will be open every non holiday Sunday through September.

Club Associates meeting this Sunday

SILVER CREEK — The Northern Chautauqua County Club Associates will hold its regular monthly meeting on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. in the Silver Creek Overseas Veterans Post, Main Street. This will be the last regular meeting until September.

Villenova group planning bake sale

VILLENOVA — Following a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Villenova Burial Association will be holding its fifth Annual “Love Remembered” Bake Sale in the entryway of the South Dayton Supermarket on Saturday, May 28 beginning at 9 a.m.. There will be dozens of homemade goodies consisting of pies, bread, cookies, candy, cupcakes, cakes. There will also be a donation box.

The fundraiser theme is a symbol of remembering those held close in our hearts during this long weekend of remembrance! All proceeds will help defray the maintenance and operating costs of the Villenova Cemetery. The event also offers an opportunity for members of the community to learn about the Association and how they might help in efforts to maintain and preserve the over 200-year-old cemetery.

Bottle, can drive takes place Saturday

The Blessed Mary Angela Holy Name Society will be holding a bottle and can drive on Saturday in the St. Hedwig Robert’s Road parking lot from 9 a.m. to noon. Clean out your recyclables the easy way, just drive up and pop the trunk and we will be glad to unload your bottles and can for you! In the event of rain please pull up to the back of the Social Center on Townsend Street.

Rib, chicken

dinner set for

May 25

The Blessed Mary Angela Holy Name Society will serve a Weidner’s BBQ Rib and Chicken Dinner on Wednesday, May 25. The drive-through only dinner will be served at the Parish Social Center at 324 Townsend St. in Dunkirk. The dinner will include a three-bone section of BBQ spare ribs, 1/4 BBQ chicken, mashed potatoes, BBQ baked beans and a roll and butter for a $15 donation.

Tickets may be purchased at each weekend Mass, at Big Rick’s on Lake Shore Drive East and at Marlene’s, formerly the 4th Ward Deli, on East Doughty Street. There will be a small number of tickets available at the door so please buy your tickets early!

For information call Tony at 716-4678-0891.


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