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Dunkirk elementary students to be

dismissed early

Dunkirk elementary school students will be released early due to forecasted high temperatures and a heat index of more than 100 degrees on Tuesday and Thursday. Early dismissal will be at 11:30 a.m. for both days.

The State Education Department noted that Regents Exams will continue on their current schedule for middle and high school students through the end of the school year.

Church of Christ sets free

community meal

GOWANDA — The Trinity United Church, located at Erie Avenue and Park Street, will host a take-out only free community meal at the Park Street entrance on Saturday, July 13 from 4 to 6 p.m. or gone. The menu is hot dogs, baked beans, chips, fruit and a cookie. Free will donations are appreciated but not necessary. Drive East Main to Railroad Avenue and then down Park Street, following the signs, or walk up. Everyone is welcome. The next meal is Aug 10.

Golf scramble

fundraiser Saturday

BEMUS POINT – Do you like to golf? If so, come and join THE 9-hole golf scramble on Saturday at the Bemus Point Golf Club and Tap House. Along with golf, there will be basket raffles, contests and prizes! The registration fee is $250 per 4-person team which includes your green fees, and lunch.

To register, please contact Kalee at (716) 426-3082. This fun golf scramble is being hosted by The Glass Half Full, which is a nonprofit fundraising organization that helps people in Chautauqua County who are overcoming hardships. For more information about this event and more, follow The Glass Half Full on Facebook!

Harbor Cruise

is July 7

The Annual Harbor Cruise will take place on July 7 at Point Gratiot Park in Dunkirk from noon to 5 p.m. It is a free event with donations being collected at the gate for Chautauqua County Veterans and Dunkirk-Fredonia Meals on Wheels. Music by HooMan and D.J. Ray the Fat Man Heron, and there will be food and beverage vendors on site and chicken dinners by Mike Porpiglia.

Bring your cruiser and the family and enjoy the day in beautiful Point Gratiot Park on the shores of Lake Erie. We have raised thousands of dollars over the years for charity, and with your help we can continue to help those in need.

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