Fredonia Recreation Department holiday news
Letters To Santa: We will once again be teaming up with the Fredonia Post Office and Santa Claus to accept letters for Christmas.
Letters can be deposited in the Fredonia Post Office lobby in a special receptacle marked "Letters to Santa" during normal business hours.
To assure delivery, letters should be received by Dec. 14. Santa letters require no postage, but a clear return address is very important.
Community Ice Skating: Residents of Fredonia and Pomfret and their families are invited to attend free ice skating sessions at the Steele Hall Ice Arena on the Fredonia State Campus.
If skate rental is necessary, there will be a $4 fee. Dates reserved are Dec. 26 through Dec. 30, and also every Saturday and Sunday in January and February. The time for all sessions is from 9-10 a.m.
For more information on any program offered, call 679-2311, email email@example.com, or check out the Fredonia-Pomfret Recreation Department Facebook page.
Christmas Party set for Monday at restaurant
The J. Carter Knapp American Legion Auxiliary 953 of Forestville will have its Christmas party on Monday at 6 p.m. at the Sunset Bay Restaurant.
Members will be collecting for the Forestville Food Pantry.
Special discount tickets for Buffalo Bills
The Chautauqua County United Way announces it is possible to buy Buffalo Bills special discount tickets again.
Tickets are $30 with $10 going to the United Way. They can be purchased for the Bills vs. Rams game Sunday. Kickoff is 1 p.m. at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
These tickets can be purchased online by using a special link.
If interested call the United Way North at 366-5424, or the United Way South at 483-1561 for more information.
Senator Young comments on
coalition that will control Senate
Senator Catharine Young (R.C.I.-Olean) issued a statement Tuesday on the bipartisan coalition that will control the New York State Senate.
"This coalition builds on a bipartisan partnership that was formed two years ago. Our Senate Republican Conference has worked well with Governor Cuomo and the members of the Independent Democratic Conference (IDC) to pass on-time budgets and move the state in the right direction.
"We share a number of the same priorities, including economic revitalization and job growth. This agreement maintains regional balance and ensures that upstate is treated fairly and equitably, instead of being controlled by New York City-dominated political bosses.
"I will keep working hard to protect the priorities of the people in my district by continuing to fight for more job creation and lower taxes."