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Sunday Lifestyles

Brocton sorority looking ahead to events in coming months

The Ladies of the Brocton Preceptor Beta Epsilon Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met on Dec. 13 at the beautifully decorated home of Marie Zambotti for their traditional Christmas Party. A short business meeting was held and it was noted that donations of $100 each have been sent to the Brocton ...

NCCF accepting letters of interest for Community Grants Program

The Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation (NCCF) is now accepting Letters of Inteerest for the Community Grants Program. The deadline to submit Letters of Interest for the Spring Community Grants Program is March 1. Please visit nccfoundation.org/grants-programs for complete eligibility ...

CIAO makes donation during the Christmas season

Chautauqua Italian American Organization CIAO held its annual Christmas Party recently at Manning’s Italian Kitchen. Chairwomen, Lynda Mosher (Community Service Chair) and Nance Ortolano presided over the event. Mosher, chair of the Christmas Stocking Community Service Project, remarked ...

Top Brocton students named

The following students who were chosen as December’s Students of the Month representing grades kindergarten to grade five. These students demonstrated the character trait of kindness and caring on a consistent basis. In front row are Robin Verge, Braelynn Gross, Jillian Lindstrom, Aaliyah ...

Silver Creek student helps military family at Christmas time

Silver Creek High School sophomore Adeline Richardson, who is pursuing the New York State Seal of Civic Readiness via her studies at Silver Creek High School, recently provided gifts for a local military veteran family in need for the winter holiday season. Over the years, SCHS students have ...

Students hear traditional Native American tales

GOWANDA — Cattaraugus County resident Leeora White enthralled students at Gowanda Elementary School in December when she visited to share some traditional Native American tales. Clad in a customary ribbon skirt, White – a 2014 graduate of Salamanca City Central School District – spoke ...