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222035_1369041714Summer Sun & Fun 052113

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 The Cuba Cheese Shoppecarries 325 varieties of domestic, imported, and local cheeses! We specialize in our Aged Cheddar as well as our Fresh Cheese Curd.  Stop in for a unique shopping experience where you will find gourmet foods, salt rising bread, chocolates, jams, jellies, and so much more. Giftpackages can be mailed anywhere in the continentalU.S. Let us take care of your gift giving needs.  Call us for a free mail order catalog and information on our Fundraising Program. 
 
 
We are more than just a Cheese Shoppe!
 Hours:
Mon. to Fri. 8:30am-6pm; Sat. & Sun. 8:30am-5pm
 www.cubacheese.com Phone: (585) 968-3949
Fax: (585) 968-1746
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 53 Genesee St., Cuba, NY 14727 (Exit 28 off I-86)
 Local Information Resources
 Bradford Chamber of Commerce
 121 Main St., Bradford, PA 16701 814-368-7115; www.bradfordchamber.com
 Coudersport Chamber of Commerce
 P.O. Box 261, 6 East 2nd St., Coudersport, PA 16915 e-mail: cacoc@zitomedia.net
 Greater Olean Chamber of Commerce
 120 North Union St., Olean, NY 14760 716-372-4433, www.oleanny.com e-mail: info@oleanny.com
 Kane Chamber of Commerce
 54 Fraley St., Kane, PA 16735 814-837-6565, www.kanepa.com
 Otto Township Chamber of Commerce
 31 Oil Valley Rd., Duke Center, PA 16729 814-966-3535; e-mail: zirkle@zoominternet.net
 Port Allegany Chamber of Commerce
 45 West Maple St., Port Allegany, PA 16743 814-642-2526 or 1-800-473-9370
 Smethport Chamber of Commerce
 P.O. Box 84, Smethport, PA 16749 814-887-4134
 Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau Chautauqua Ins. Welcome Center
 Chautauqua Main Gate Rte. 394, P.O. Box 1441, Chautauqua, NY 14722 716-357-4569 or 1-866-908-4569; fax: 716-357-2284 www.tourchautauqua.com
  Allegheny National Forest Vacation Bureau (Visitors Center, Bradford, PA)
 80 E. Corydon St., Suite 114, Bradford, PA 16701 1-800-473-9370; Fax: 814-368-9370 www.visitanf.com; e-mail: info@visitanf.com
  Allegheny National Forest Vacation Bureau (Visitors Center, Lantz Corners, PA)
 Foote Rest Campground Complex 3183 Rte. 219, Lantz Corners, PA 16735
 Potter County Visitors Association
 P.O.Box 245, Coudersport, PA 16915-0245 1-888-POTTER2 or 814-274-3365 www.visit.pottercounty.com
  Allegany County Tourism & Culture Tourism Visitors Center Crossroads Commerce & Conference Center
 6087 NYS Route 19 North, Belmont, NY 14813 585-268-5500/5425 or 1-800-836-1869 www.alleganyco.com
 Cattaraugus County Dept. of Tourism
 303 Court St., Little Valley, NY 14755 1-800-331-0543 www.enchantedmountains.com
 Cuba New York Chamber of Commerce, Inc.
 P.O. Box 233, Cuba, NY 14727 585-968-5654; www.cubanewyork.us
 Friendship Chamber of Commerce
 P.O. Box 275, RR #2, Friendship, NY 14739 585-973-2481
 Smethport Senior Visitor Center
 119 W. Main St.,Smethport, PA 16749
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  By Tresa Erickson
 Summer is in fullswing, and the kids havespent much of it outdoors.But now the rain has come,and while your kids havemanaged to keepthemselves entertainedindoors, you know that isn’tgoing to last. Eventuallythey are going to tire of allthe TV shows, computergames and books and turnto you for something to do.Why not break out the playdough. Play dough is easy tomake and can be used timeand time again. One searchonline will uncover hundreds of recipes, some of whichrequire cooking and some of which don’t. Generally playdough that is cooked lasts longer. Here is a recipe forplay dough that requires no cooking. Homemade Play Dough 1/4 c. salt 1 c. flour 1/4 c. water Combine the salt and flour in a large bowl. Add thewater and mix well. Flour a cutting board, turn thedough onto it and knead it until firm. Add more water if needed to get the right consistency. Many play dough recipes call for the addition of foodcoloring. Make sev-eral batches, switch up the foodcoloring and create a rain-bow of colors for your kids toplay with. Whatever recipe you choose, keep in mind thatsome kids are more imaginative than others and willhave no problem turning a lump of dough intosomething fabulous. For those who might struggle,consider pulling some project sheets. There are dozensonline for making everything from automobiles tozebras. Sit down with your kids and join in the fun.Together, you can create a whole new world. To ensurethe fun continues, store the play dough you create in anairtight container. The dough should keep for a fewdays, if not longer.
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  By Tresa Erickson
 Spending the day at the pool can be great fun for thewhole family. Teens can show off their diving skills in thedeep end, while younger children play games in theshallow end and tots splash around in the kiddie pool astheir par-ents look on. With swim-ming pools comes anele-ment of risk and the proper precautions must betaken to ensure a safe experience for one and all. Whether you go to a public pool or have one of yourown, you need to make safety a priority. Adultsupervision is essential, especially with children thatcannot swim. Never leave children alone in the pool for asecond, even if they’re wearing a lifejacket or a lifeguardis on duty. Nothing is foolproof, especially air-filled swim- ming aids. Never depend upon rafts and other floatingdevices to keep children afloat. Use lifejackets andsupervise children always. Nothing can replace the ability to swim, not even alifejacket. If you children don’t know how to swimalready, teach them or enroll them in a swimming class.Even if your children know how to swim, you may wantto enroll them in a class just to ensure they get theproper technique down. It is best not to purchase a pool until your childrenare old enough to learn how to swim and follow yourinstructions. This, however, is not always possible.Should you own a pool, you will need to take somemeasures to ensure no child gets into it unsupervised. A high fence with a self-closing gate and latch high out of young hands’ reach is a must. Alarms on the gate will letyou know when someone has entered the area. A safetycover on the pool will keep individuals from accidentallyfalling into the pool.  You will also need to set up some safety rules foryour pool. Post them for all to see and take the time toenforce them. Public pools generally have safety rules inplace. Take the time to go over them with your childrenand discuss with them why it is not a good idea to runaround the pool, dive into the shallow end and so forth.Enforce the rules to the letter; do not fudge. If you areasked not to use certain pool toys, then don’t. Even with the proper precautions, accidents canhappen. Be prepared by knowing first aid and CPR aswell as how to use the safety equipment provided. If youown a pool, make sure you have the proper equipment inplace and it is in good condition. Post a list of emergencycontacts by the phone and appoint a responsible adult tosupervise activities in the pool if you are not available todo so yourself. Once you have finished swimming, gathereveryone and everything. Do not leave any toys in thepool. They could entice younger children to enter thewater. If you are at your own pool, double-check thateveryone is out and secure the gate behind you.  A pool of sparkling water on a hot summer’s day canbe a real temptation to child-ren. Be aware of this andtake the precautions neces-sary to keep every-one safe inand around the water.
 Sat., July 27th 
 9:30am-12:00pm: Car Show Registration
 ,O-E Football Field. Call
(814) 966-3933 or 966-3131
for information.
 11:00am: Parade,
Main St., Duke Center 
 12:00pm-9:00pm: American Amusements Rides,
Otto Twp.Park
 12:00pm-1:00pm: Redneck Olympic Game Registration,
 Otto Twp. Park. coast800@gmail.com to pre-register 
 • 12:00pm-1:00pm: Flames - Gymnasts,
Otto Twp. Park
 • 12:00pm-4:00pm: Car Show,
O-E Football Field
 • 1:00pm: Tractor Pull,
Otto Twp. Park
 • 1:00pm: Quarter Bingo,
Otto Twp. Pavilion
 • 1:00pm-Scott Fatboy,
Park Stage
 • 2:00pm: Horseshoe Tournament,
Otto Twp. Park
 • 3:00pm: David Jeffers- Magician,
Park Stage
 • 4:00pm: Car Show Awards Ceremony,
O-E Football Field
 • 5:00pm: David Jeffers- Magician,
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 • 6:00pm: DJ Scot Fatkid Reynolds,
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Sponsored by Old Home Day CommitteeRain Date - Sunday, July 28th
 Fri., July 26th 
 4:00pm: Steak Bake
 , Otto Twp. Fire Hall
 6:00pm-8:00pm: Children’s Lip Sync Contest
 , Park Stage.Call 814-225-4265
 • 6:00pm-10:00pm: American Amusements Rides,
 Otto Twp. Park
 8:00pm-12:00am: Entertainment-Dance “Blindside”,
 Park Stage. Admission: $5.00 Family/ $3.00 Individual.
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 For Vendor Information, Call 966-3619 For Redneck Game Pre-registration, coast800@gmail.com(Cornhole, Ladder golf & Washers)
 Bookmobilesignups andhourly stories
 ***Please, no pets, or bikes in the park***  No glass bottles permitted in park area.
 AmericanAmusements RidesAll Weekend!
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 Rte. 873, Austin, PA 16720814-647-3318
  Allegheny State Park
 2373 Rte. 1, Salamanca, NY 14779
 Cherry Springs State Park
 454 Layman Run Road 12 mi. West of Galeton, PA 16922
 Denton Hill State Park
 Rte. 6, Coudersport, PA 16915
 Gargoyle Park
 West State Rd., Olean, NY 14760
 Griffis Sculpture Park
 6902 Mill Valley Rd., East Otto, Ashford Hollow, NY 14729
 Hamlin Lake Park
 Water St., Smethport, PA 16749
 Jamestown Audubon Nature Center
 1600 Riverside Rd., Jamestown, NY 14701
 Kinzua Bridge State Park
 Ormsby Rd., Mt. Jewett, PA 16740
 Lake Erie State Park
 Rte. 5, Brocton, NY 14716
 Letchworth State Park
 Rte. 19, Portageville, NY 14536
 Long Point on Lake Chautauqua State Park
 4459 Rte. 430, Bemus Point, NY 14712
 Lyman Run State Park
 454 Lyman Run Rd. Galeton, PA, 16922
 Midway Park
 Rte. 430, P.O. Box E, Maple Springs, NY 14756
 Rock City Park
 505 Rock City Rd., Olean, NY 14760
 Strawberry Shortcake & Sundae Festival
 Thurs., June 20 5-8 p.m. $3.50 each
 (beverage included) at the Museum
 Richburg-Wirt Historical Society Museum
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  Wednesdays 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
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