Community Notebook

Dunkirk garbage pickup to be delayed this week

Mayor Wilfred Rosas reminds all city of Dunkirk residents that for employees to observe Veterans’ Day, refuse pickup for the rest of the week is delayed by one day.

The normal Wednesday pickup will be Thursday, the normal Thursday pickup will be Friday, and the normal Friday pickup will be Saturday. The city thanks all citizens for joining employees for a salute to our heroic veterans Wednesday and to be patient with the adjusted refuse pickup schedule as printed in the curbside collection calendar and follows this reminder.

Silver Creek Village Board to meet

SILVER CREEK — The next Village Board meeting is at 7 p.m. Monday. Anyone wishing to attend will need to contact the clerk’s office to be added to the list. Anyone wishing to join by video or telephone needs to contact the clerk’s office for the number and code.

Ethics Board to meet today

MAYVILLE — The Chautauqua County Ethics Board will meet at 4 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12, in Rooms 331 and 333 of the Gerace Office Building, 3 N. Erie St., Mayville. Current members of the board are Susan Dilks, John Lloyd, David Rowe, Rose Sebouhian, and Mary Kay Szwejbka. Those attending must wear a face covering, adhere to social distancing measures, and will be screened for the symptoms of COVID-19 prior to entering the building. For more information or a meeting agenda, call the County Executive’s Office at 753-4211 or visit chqgov.com/county-executive/Ethics-Board.

Scouts to hold Veterans spaghetti dinner Saturday

The Cub and Boy Scouts from Pack 219 and Troop 219 in Cassadaga will be holding their annual spaghetti dinner to honor veterans on Saturday from 3 to 6 p.m. Advance sale tickets are $7 for adults and $4 for children ages 5-12. Tickets are $1 more at the door. The dinner will be take-out only, as a drive-through event at Cassadaga American Legion Post 1280, 228 Maple Ave.. Pre-sale tickets are available from the scouts or at the American Legion; veterans dinners are free.

Turkey, food drive set for Saturday

The annual turkey and food drive organized by area church youth groups will be held Saturday from noon to 5 p.m. and Sunday, from 9 a.m. to Noon in the Pomfret Town Hall parking lot, 9 Day St., Fredonia. Youth workers will be masked and will be able to retrieve donations from vehicles. The food drive will benefit the Chautauqua County Rural Ministry, which expects an increased demand for food assistance due to the pandemic. Frozen turkeys, hams, canned goods, and non perishable items will all be collected.


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