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Dunkirk Elks Having RIBS on the Barbie

Have you had your share of barbecue chicken dinners? Sure, they all taste good when the season first begins, but after the fifth or sixth, aren’t you ready for something new? The Dunkirk Elks’ Lodge has just what you are looking for.

On Saturday, Aug. 3 at the Lodge located at 428 Central Ave. in Dunkirk, there will be RIBS on the barbie. The lodge members will be busy grilling and fixing the sides. There is no way anyone will leave hungry after being served ribs, potato salad, mac and cheese, green beans, green leafy salad, and a dinner roll. When you are finished with your dinner, hopefully you will have room for dessert. All of this for only $12 per person.

Hours for dining are 2 to 6 p.m.,or until sold out. Come early to be sure to get a meal. Meals may be enjoyed inside the lodge and are available for take-out. Elks members hope to see many faces come out to enjoy ribs on the barbie.

The Elks would like to thank the generosity of Save A Lot for their continued support of the Dunkirk Elks Lodge.

Blossom Garden Friends School plans movie night

The Blossom Garden Friends School, located at 13961 Sisson Highway, Collins, will feature movie night on Friday, Aug. 2 at 6:30 p.m. “Finding Nemo” is the featured movie. There will be no admission charge nor any fees. Free refreshments will be served. This event is sponsored by the Erie County Youth Bureau through public funds from the summer Prime Time project.

Firemen’s Association Announces Annual Convention

The South Western Association of Volunteer Firemen has announced their annual business meeting. The meeting will coincide with their annual convention July 31 through Aug. 3. The meeting and convention will be hosted by the Wales Center Fire Company in the town of Wales Center in Erie County. The meetings will take place at the Iroquois High School 211 Griddle Road in Elma, New York. The convention activities will include nightly entertainment, food trucks, firematic and EMS education to name a few activities. All activities will take place in Wales Center in the town of Elma. All activities are open to the public as well as firefighters, EMS providers and other first responders. Further information related to the annual convention activities can be found at swavf.com or the Facebook page.

The association is comprised of volunteer firefighters and EMS providers of fire departments and rescue squads in the four counties of Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua and Erie counties of New York. The association was originally organized in 1908.

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