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September 10-16, 2009 Volume 04 ~ Issue 36 A FREE Weekly Publication Serving Ellicottville and Surrounding Communities
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Music Notes SnowPine Celebrates 25 Years

Condo Association to Host Gala Event this Saturday at Tannenbaum

20 Monroe Street ~ 699-4162

Saturday, Sept. 12th, 5-9pm
They’ve got their own flavors of
Hard Drivin’ Blues, Hot Licks
& Good Rock ‘n Roll!

26 Monroe Street ~ 699-8990

Saturday, Sept 12th, 9:30pm
Every Monday, 10pm
With Jack Darvaset
Playing music for no reason
whatsoever other than to have fun!
The SnowPine homeowners association was one of the first associations in the area according to Geri Hart, property manager (pictured above).
Over the past 25 year the concept has proven so successful that most condo owners wouldn’t have it any other way. Board members of Snow-
Pine Village have overseen a number of changes and improvements for the owners since its inception, including a whole new roof system,
fittings with the option for natural gas in each unit, and most recently the installation of wi-fi available for all the occupants. Photos/Gary Kinn
BY JOHN THOMAS statement masks the hundreds painting exterior walls, and Geri Hart of the association.
20 Washington Street ~ 699-2530 of hours of work performed by maintaining parking lots. The The SnowPine homeowners
On September 12, the SnowPine a dedicated group of people. In benefit of having a homeowners association was one of the first
Every Thursday, 7-11pm association is that most of the associations in the area according
KUK & FREDDIE Village Condominium Homeowners general, homeowners associations
Association will celebrate 25 are responsible for maintaining the heavy maintenance associated with to Geri. Over the past 25 year
Saturday, Sept. 12th, 9pm-1am years of managing the SnowPine common areas in the development. owning a home is handled for you.
SPEEDY PARKER condominiums. This simple That can include roof replacement, “It’s basically turn-key living,” says SEE CONDO PAGE 9
Every Monday, 9pm-1am

Sprague Looks To Construct More Units

(throughout the summer!)
Every Wednesday, 9pm-1am
Ellicottville Planning Board Reviews Proposed Apartments, Micro-Winery, and RV Hook-Ups in the Village
BY ERIC HUND seven additional apartments on the Various board members expressed could begin construction on their
second floor of their building at 38 concern about the number of first apartment, which the board has
Ellicottville’s Village Planning Washington Street. The proposed apartments the plan calls for, as already approved. Members of the
Board held their regular monthly apartments would be fully furnished well as issues about the number of board said they would prefer fewer
meeting this past Tuesday, Sept. 8. and leased for a minimum six- parking spaces available at the site. than eight total apartments, and noted
The meeting opened with a proposal month period. The cost for renting A previous plan accepted by the that the plans as presented will not
Salamanca, NY ~ 1-877-553-9500 from the Sprague Development the apartments would vary based on board stated the company had to
LLC for approval to construct seasonal demand. create 45 parking spaces before they SEE BOARD PAGE 9
Coming September 17th, 7pm
Tickets start at $60 ZZ Top To Perform Live At Seneca Allegany Casino & Hotel
Coming October 10th, 8pm American Rock Trio will Take the Stage Next Thursday, Sept. 17; Tickets are Still Available
Tickets start at $35 Seneca Allegany Casino & Hotel will host a live performance by American rock trio ZZ Top next Thursday, Sept. 17 at 7pm. Tickets start at $60 and are still
available! ZZ Top plays red-hot Texas boogie and blues, and no one does it better - or has done it longer - than this “little ol’ band from Texas.” Reaching peak
Tickets available at The Logo Shop, commercial success in the 70’s & 80’s with hits such as “Gimme All Your Lovin’” and “Sharp Dressed Man,” ZZ Top remains together today, still touring
and all Ticketmaster outlets and releasing albums. For more information or to order tickets, log onto or visit any Ticketmaster outlet.

Sneak Peek Rock ‘N Oldies One Week Away

In This Issue . . . Ellicottville to Welcome the Change of Seasons with Live Music and Classic Cars

The 11th annual Rock ‘N Oldies

weekend shakes, pops, and roars into
Ellicottville for three days of fun-
filled, non-stop in true Ellicottville
style next weekend, Sept. 18-19. There
will be live music all weekend in many
village establishments, along with the
popular classic car show from noon-
4pm on Sunday. Plenty of kids games
and rockin’ entertainment will get your
hips shakin’ and your engine revvin’.
“We’ve made a lot of changes to
the format and price of the car show
this year, which we expect will attract
more cars,” stated Brian McFadden, Next weekend’s Rock ‘N Oldies event in Ellicottville will feature plenty
Executive Director of the Ellicottville of live musical entertainment, as well as the ever-popular classic car
Chamber of Commerce. show. A complete schedule will be posted next week.
Pumpkinville Prepares to Open ... page 4 A $500 value prize package will be bands. On Friday night, Live & Platko as lead vocalist. According to
Pumpkinville will be opening on September 19 for the season. If you have awarded to the Best in Show. The show Kickin’ will rock, while The Headers self described Overlord of the Double
not had the pleasure of experiencing this family friendly fall attraction, you is judged by a panel of judges who will will perform Saturday night. Diamond, Brooks LeFeber, “The
must make an effort to do so. You can easily spend an afternoon wandering be judging in seven categories. There The Headers offer up “High Octane Untouchables are high-energy and
the grounds, visiting their petting zoo, watching cider being made and will be 100 class awards, and 25 Best Rockabilly.” Their stage show includes can be seen bouncing up and down
enjoying some delicious homemade pumpkin treats. Oh, and of course they of Show Awards. a fun, danceable mix of originals, through the whole show.”
have every size of pumpkin imaginable available for purchase. “Sean Lowes and Mike Nickolson, select covers and onstage antics that Balloons Restaurant and Night Club
both Chamber Board members, are the harkens back to the days of sockhops, will also host a weekend full of live
Inside Business Track ... page 8 co-chairs of the event and are adding but propels the style into the future musical entertainment. On Friday,
several surprises this year including by adding infusions of jazz, country, The Roadrunners will present Oldies
Betsy’s Consignment Shop of Ellicottville a Woodstock music theme on the chicken pickin’, and rock. and Classics, The Tucker Brown Band
By Stephanie Hacker, St. Bonaventure University streets,” McFadden said. Nickolson The Double Diamond will feature will play Saturday, and on Sunday Mo’
Are you visiting from out of town for a wedding and forgot your tie? indicated that “there are already over The Untouchables on Friday, with a Porter will return to play Mo’ Rock.
Oh no! No belt either? From children’s, juniors, women’s and men’s 100 registrants for the car show.” performance by October Rose, a local For more information on Rock ‘N
clothing and accessories, there is something for everyone at Betsy’s According to Maribeth Rick, like band from Salamanca, on Saturday. Oldies Weekend, or to download a
Consignment Shop in Ellicottville. many of the bars and restaurants, the October Rose features Frankie the car show application, log on to www.
Gin Mill will be hosting two great Wop on drums, and local favorite Lisa


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Publisher’s Word
My Favorite Month Begins ...
day of class was always a mix mornings and warm sunny days
of both dread and excitement. mean another autumn season
I firmly believe it was those is upon us, and another all-
early school clothes shopping too-brief Fall is just around the
days which turned me into corner. It’s a great time to go
the shopper extraordinaire I pick some apples, take a walk
am today. September signaled in the woods, or enjoy a crisp
the beginning of high school white wine while watching a
dances, football games, beautiful sunset. Good stuff …
bonfires, hanging with the girls So, dear readers – time to
and generally, a whole bunch of shift gears and get ready for
fun and silly trauma. whatever you like best about
Even as adults, we still share the change in seasons. As long
the same feelings of eagerness as you take advantage of these
when September rolls around. awesome surroundings, you
I reckon it goes all the way I’d like to think it’s more than can’t go wrong! Until next
back to my own school days. relief the kids are finally going week …
The anticipation of the first back to school. The cool Jeanine Z. Bosworth

Happy 21st Birthday: BECKY SHAW . . . SEPTEMBER 14

Happy 6th Birthday: MADDOX BUSH . . SEPTEMBER 22

Letters To The Publisher

Ellicottville Town Supervisor Undergoes Surgery at Roswell
Be Direct with Your Business. I would like to take this making my healing process early diagnosis of prostate
Advertise in the 2010 Ellicottville Phone Directory. opportunity to publicly thank speedy and complete. cancer and a very successful
everyone for their prayers, My experience at Roswell treatment.
Produced by
positive thoughts and best was unbelievable. It is a Please don’t hesitate to ask
wishes during my surgery last wonderful place and we are me about my disease and
week at Roswell Park Cancer truly blessed to have such a treatment and once again,

2010 Institute. I believe that all of

this prayer and positive energy
not only made my surgery a
facility only an hour away. I
am extremely fortunate that
my annual physical included
thank you all very much.
John Burrell
Ellicottville Phone Director y complete success; it is also a PSA test. This led to an Ellicottville

Family of Jay Harrington Extends Thanks

The Four Season Resort of Ellicottville, New York
Thank you to all the people and businesses that supported the Jay Harrington Benefit,
held Aug. 29 in Great Valley. Without all of you, this would have not turned out to be
such a great success. I am glad many of you were able to see Jay for the first time in a
long time; he enjoyed seeing so many people supporting him. Each day we all hope to
see improvement. Thank you so much. The Harrington Family

Making Our Little Piece of Heaven Look Heavenly

Dear Anne: Thank you for the delightful article you wrote about our chalet. I have
many copies of The Villager to pass out to our friends. The friends that live out of town
were e-mailed The Villager’s website and have enjoyed the article online. Again, thanks
for making our little piece of heaven look heavenly. Judy and Tom Mann

A Season’s Tradition Returns to St. Paul’s Lutheran Church

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Saturday at 5pm or Sunday Let’s get them where they will
in Ellicottville will be holding at 10:30am, or you may send help someone.
a Benefit Spaghetti Dinner on your donation to the church at St. Paul’s Prayer Shawl
Saturday, Sept. 19. Spaghetti PO Box 656, Ellicottville, NY Ministry is making Prayer
Dinners, from November to 14731. Shawls available to those
March, have become a tradition St. Paul’s is collecting good who are ill or grieving. The
at St. Paul’s for many years. used men’s boots and shoes important element of a Prayer
This early start to the season for the City Mission in Buffalo Shawl is the prayers knit into
is to raise money to benefit a to give to homeless men. In it as it is being made. Supplies
local family that has suffered May, after St. Paul’s Trash and are running low. There is a
a tragic loss and to give aid Treasure sale, 20 bags of used great need for knitters and
to local flood victims. All the clothing were taken to the City crocheters to keep this mission
proceeds from the dinner will Mission. At that time, it was going. Experienced or new
go to help them put their lives learned that men’s shoes and knitters may use any pattern
back together. Come and enjoy boots were in short supply. It they like. Prayer Shawls are
a meal with us and help us seems men just can’t part with available to members of the
help these deserving families. their shoes and boots until they community as well as the
Have all-you-can-eat of the become “holy.” If you would church. Call Mary Fox at
most delicious spaghetti and like to donate your good used 945-1176 if you are interested
meatballs in town, with chef men’s shoes and boots that in joining the Prayer Shawl
salad, Italian bread, pie and have been sitting in the back of Ministry or would like one to
beverage all for only $7.50 for your closet for way too long, give to someone you know.
adults and $4.50 for children. you may put them in the box Sunday School begins Sept.
• Business Listings • Residential Listings • Addresses You may eat in or take-out. in the coatroom of the church, 13. If you would like your
Opportunities to help the or you may leave them under children to learn about Jesus’
• PO Boxes • Fax Numbers • Websites • E-mail people of our area are always the canopy to the new entrance love for them, St. Paul’s
Doesn’t this place feel great! available. St. Paul’s welcomes to the church. Take a look welcomes them to attend
your participation. The recent around St. Paul’s new addition Sunday School at 9am Sunday
Media kits have been mailed. If you did not receive one and are interested in floods have put a focus on while you’re there and come mornings. At the same time,
donations via the Blessing Box join us for worship. One load an Adult Bible Study offers a
advertising, please contact The Villager Newspaper office at (716) 699-2058. in the back of the worship hall. of shoes and boots has already lively discussion of the day’s
Residential listing changes can also be made by contacting our office. If you would like to make a been taken to the Mission and scripture.
DEADLINE: September 24, 2009 gift to help the flood victims, we hope to take several more. St. Paul’s Lutheran Church
come join us for church any We know they are out there. Ellicottville


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Fundraiser For The Birds Little Valley Lions Club Runners & Walkers
Gooseneck Hill Waterfowl Sanctuary Recovering from Floods “Run For Sight” 5K Run Welcome!

Gooseneck Hill Waterfowl To Benefit The Lions Diagnostic Center

Sanctuary, a 501c3 not-for-
profit organization and home of
the two largest covered aviaries Sunday, September 13th
in the world, is rebuilding after
it was destroyed by floods on 10:00 a.m. start
Aug. 9-10. A brook became a (registration from 8:30-9:30am)
raging river 50 feet wide by 12
feet deep and destroyed about
Little Valley American Legion (Route 353)
80 feet of the dyke on one of Donations Appreciated: Please call Lion Myrna Reynolds at 716-945-2563
three ponds located in the lower
aviary. All three ponds were
filled with five feet of stone
and muck. About 50 birds were
killed by the undertow and rocks Full Service Hair Salon . . . CUTS
in the stream. COLORS
Gooseneck Hill is really As a result of the flooding which took place Aug. 9-10, all Monica Harrington
three ponds at Gooseneck Hill Waterfowl Sanctuary were Owner, Hair Stylist FOILS
fortunate to have all the labor
and equipment for repairing filled with five feet of stone and muck. About 50 birds Sarah Smith PERMS
the aviary supplied by Jim were killed by the undertow and rocks in the stream. A Hair Stylist, Manicurist
Smolinski from Operating fundraising event is scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 20 at the FACIAL WAXING
sanctuary to help offset costs of recovery efforts. Tracy Keyes
Engineers Local 17 Training NAIL ENHANCEMENTS
Center and his apprentices. Waterfowl Sanctuary, located ducks, geese and swans from Nail Tech
They have been working with at 5067 Lindsley Road in West all over the world, and enjoy 39 Mill Street MANICURES
an excavator and skid-steer for Valley, is hosting a fundraiser and delicious food provided by The Ellicottville, New York (716) 699-8757 PEDICURES
three weeks and are doing a Grand Re-opening of their two- Shop Restaurant. Dinners are
tremendous job. The 210 tons
of stone are being supplied at
acre aviary that was destroyed
by the floods. Country music
$6 - ribs, chicken fingers, shrimp
in the basket, beef on kaiser and
Gift Certificates Available! TANNING
50% off by Gernatt Stone & will be provided by The Rustic pulled pork sandwich (all with
Gravel and County Line Stone. Ramblers 2 with Gene Hilts on fries). Special Guided Tours
The fencing is being repaired by steel guitar and Howard Buck. of the aviary will be offered.
Creative Fence. There are still a Those attending will have the Admission to this fundraiser
lot of bills that have to be paid. opportunity to hand-feed the is $5. For more info, call 716-
On Sunday, Sept. 20 from geese and 1,000 Koi fish, see 942-6835 or visit www.goose
2-5pm, Gooseneck Hill 350 endangered and protected

Child Seat Safety Check 768 Broad Street 11099 Route 5

Sheriff’s Department to Conduct Special Check During Safety Week Salamanca, NY 14779 Irving, NY 14081
LITTLE VALLEY - The (716) 945-4080 • 1-877-860-5130 (716) 549-4389 • 1-800-421-2464
Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s
Office, Health Department and Salamanca BINGO HALL Events Salamanca GAME ROOM Events
the Governor’s Traffic Safety
Council will be sponsoring Every Wednesday in the Bingo Hall Seneca Gaming & Entertainment’s
a Child Safety Seat Check
Event during National Child Nifty 50 Wednesdays NEW! Game Room is now OPEN!
Passenger Safety Week, Sept. All Bingo patrons 55 years & older will receive a Come on in and check out the
12-18. FREE JACKPOT beautiful new and exciting facility.
This special check will be during both sessions. We have hundreds of
conducted on Friday, Sept. 18 You must have a Bingo Players Club Card. video gaming machines to choose from.
from 1-4pm at the Allegany We are now located in the newly renovated
Volunteer Fire Dept. on First 2 for Tuesday building in the Bingo Hall.
Street. Appointments are not Every Tuesday it is BUY ONE GET ONE FREE Seneca Gaming & Entertainment
needed and cars will be taken on all paper three specials. We’re Not Just Bingo Anymore !!!
in order of arrival. For more Pictured above, left to right are Acting Sheriff Timothy S.
Whitcomb, Terri Wedge, and Sgt. Daniel French. Poker Rooms also located in the Seneca Allegany and Seneca Niagara Casinos
information, contact the Health
Department at 716-701-3407. with installation of car seats. safekeeping.
The campaign, “First Step-
Face the Rear – More than a
In order to insure proper fit,
children must be present
Requirements for participation
in the Child ID Program: 1)
Visit our website at
Year” promotes appropriate (unless unborn). Expectant Permission slips must be filled
child restraint practices to parents should have safety seat out and signed by a parent or
safely transport infants in
motor vehicles. The campaign
installed one month before the
expected delivery date.
legal guardian; 2) Child must
be less than 18 years of age; 3) Your Hometown Realtors!
addresses the first step of There will also be an Child must be old enough to sit
“New York’s 4 Steps 4 Kids” “Operation Safe Child” in a chair for their photograph;
which helps parents determine Program at the Safety Seat and 4) Cards must be issued to a
the appropriate child restraint Check for parents. Their parent or legal guardian.
systems for children as they child’s picture, fingerprints, More information about
grow and develop, based upon height, weight, color of hair “Operation Safe Child” is
age and size. and eyes, etc. will be recorded. also available on the Catt. Co.
There will be several certified The ID card is then presented Sheriff’s Department website at
technicians on-hand to assist to the parent or guardian for Mountainview Townhomes 21 Greer Hill
Full view of both ski slopes! Best ski in/out at HoliMont. Pri-
3bdrms, 2.5 baths, great room vate cul-de-sac location. 7bdrms,

Community Educator Hired

w/gas f/p + lower level rec. room. 6.5 baths, heated driveway & full
2000 SF. Call for more details. security system. $1.645M

NEW ON THE MARKET! Route 219 @ Wildflower

Kabel Kellogg Joins the Team at Cornell Cooperative Extension Ellicottville, New York
E’VILLE - Cornell University ornamental horticulture field these issues. It is his goal Plenty of Parking!
Cooperative Extension of as a landscape designer, to combine his range of
Allegany/Cattaraugus County maintenance professional, and experience with ability to be a OPEN 7 DAYS!
would like to announce the small business owner. valuable resource for anyone
addition of Kabel Kellogg Kellogg will assume the tasks in need of assistance in order D103 SnowPine Village Real Estate Sales 6870 Springs Road
as Community Educator. of implementing agriculture to make a positive contribution A-rated as a rental property & Direct: 699-3954 7bdrm, 4 bath double unit over-
Kellogg joins us as a graduate programs that will directly to Cornell University for fun! Great condition & beau- looking HoliMont. Great for 2
tifully furn. Enjoy evenings apres families, rental income or large
of The Pennsylvania State correspond with the needs of Cooperative Extension. ski in front of the f/p. $105,900 Rentals: 699-2000, ext. 4600 family. $275,000
University with a bachelor’s the community in horticulture Kellogg can be reached
degree in Landscape Design. and natural resources. He at the Cattaraugus County NEW ON THE MARKET!
He looks forward to working will provide a resource for Cooperative Extension
with the residents and hopes residents to help diagnose office, 28 Parkside Drive in
they will benefit from his horticultural issues and create Ellicottville, phone 716-699-
years of experience in the plans of action to counteract 2377 ext 125.

Ellicottville Expert For 20 Years NEW LISTING!

Historic village home, w/natural
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Eclectic home in the center of
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Kick back & relax in this totally
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“New Brew in Town”

Now Available!
Call 877-993-2233

Come Experience What You Never Knew You Were Missing!

Noel Has Introduced A New Menu! Rock ‘N Oldies Weekend
Are You Hankering for ‘A Big Hunk O’ Love?’
Playing music for no reason whatsoever other than to have fun!
Mondo Mondays w/Jack Darvaset Terry Buchwald, one of the best
Joker’s Wild known Elvis impersonators and
recording artists from Western
Saturday, Sept. 12th @ 9:30pm: New York will be performing
Live Music! a FREE concert at the village
In Town! Gazebo on Sunday, September
Beers From All Around! PULLED PORK 20.
Specializing in Micro-Brew “The Best Terry has earned the distinction
Sit Back & Relax With A Cold One! Phone: 699-8990 of being named one of the top
26 Monroe Street, E’ville tribute artists in the United States
by the LA Times. “Audiences
across the nation are astonished
by his dynamic voice and

The BARN Restaurant

striking resemblance to Elvis.
Terry has the looks, the moves
and the voice of the legendary

HAPPY Lobster Prime

Elvis (Terry) will be performing
his free, family, extremely
entertaining show at 2pm during
the Classic Car Show. So grab

Fest Rib
Don’t miss a free performance by Elvis impersonator Terry your “Blue Suede Shoes” and
Buchwald during next weekend’s Rock ‘N Oldies event in be prepared to “Rip it Up” with
Ellicottville. Terry will be performing during the Classic Car Terry Buchwald Live at the
Show on Sunday, Sept. 20 at 2pm at the village gazebo. village Gazebo next Sunday!

Wednesdays Fridays Ellicottville In The Media

Dinner & E’ville Receives International News Media Coverage ... Again!

from 4-7pm $25.00

$ Saturdays As mentioned in previous
weeks, the Chamber’s Canadian
Public Relations firm (BullPen
Ontario writer, Lisa Van de Ven,
who is also a horseback riding
enthusiast. Since her weekend
establishments and the Ilex Inn.
Lisa’s story about her weekend
spent in Ellicottville has been
PR) continues to create visit here, Lisa has produced an published by two prominent
Wide Variety Menu ~ Children’s Menu awareness of Ellicottville as a article about Ellicottville and papers, The Kitchener Waterloo
Serving Dinner from 4pm Tuesday-Sunday four season resort destination some of the wonderful things Record and The Guelph
through travel writers in Ontario. that a Summer Season visit has Mercury. The audience reach of
Ellicottville’s Favorite Restaurant Since 1963 If you recall, it was stated
in a previous article that the
to offer. Lisa highlights trail
riding at Gentle Thunder Farm,
these articles is about 200,000!
What a great way to get E’ville’s
Chamber hosted a visit from an mountain biking, many local name out there! Thanks Lisa!
7 Monroe Street, Ellicottville, NY (716) 699-4600
Autumn: A Great Time to Visit Ellicottville!
Bring your mountain bike, hiking boots, spend an afternoon at Allegany State Park or on
the hills of Holiday Valley, taking in the gorgeous colors this time of year has to offer. The fall
season is one of the best times of the year to enjoy the great outdoors here in the Enchanted
Mountains surrounding Ellicottville. Book into one of our many great accommodations
with your family and friends and spend a weekend away from city life, cell phones and
traffic. The amount of things to do is only limited by your imagination. Log onto www. and click on “things to do.” Enjoy a weekend you’ll never forget!

Member In The News

Today’s Hot Music Mix. Pumpkinville Readies for Season Opener on Sept. 19
Ellicottville Chamber member,
Playing the largest variety Pumpkinville will be opening on
September 19 for the season. If
of music from the 70’s, you have not had the pleasure of
80’s, 90’s and today. experiencing this family friendly
fall attraction, you must make an
effort to do so. You can easily
spend an afternoon wandering
the grounds, visiting their petting
zoo, watching cider being made
and enjoying some delicious
homemade pumpkin treats. Oh,
and of course they have every
size of pumpkin imaginable
available for purchase. For You can easily spend an afternoon wandering the grounds,
WMXO, Olean Radio, (716) 375-1015 more information log onto their visiting their petting zoo, watching cider being made and
Fax: (716) 375-7705 website at www.pumpkinville. enjoying some delicious homemade pumpkin treats ... and
com or call 716-699-2205. of course, picking out that perfect pumpkin.

WE’RE BACK! Offering New Summer Menu Items


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each time and you will

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September 10-16, 2009 ~ The Villager ~ Page 5

Lions Club Run For Sight

K9 Helpers for the Blind to Participate in 5K Run/Walk this Sunday 170 Wines $12.99 or Less!
330 WINES !
Wine & Liquor Store: 10 Monroe St. (across from The Barn) 716-699-4474
Hours: Mon-Thurs 10-8 / Fri-Sat 10-10 / Sun Noon-6

Carol Anderson’s

Country Cuisine
Cooking School
The Little Valley Lions’ 5K Run/Walk, scheduled for this Sunday, Sept. 13, will feature three • Small classes in an intimate country setting
sets of rescue dogs walking in the event. The dogs and owners participated last year as • Class fees include all recipes, demonstration of
well and did a great job! The monies raised by the dog walkers will go to aid the “Canine techniques, shopping tips and dining on results
Helpers for the Blind.” This year the dogs are sponsored by Edna Northrup and “Jack,” • Scheduling available for cooking class parties on re
the Jack Russell dog of Landmark Chevrolet in Randolph. Pictured at left is “Jack” with
Landmark owner, Kevin Doolittle. The 5K Run Walk will begin at 10am this Sunday at the September 21st: Pasta Presto
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proceeds benefiting the Lions’ Diagnostic Center. Snacks, beverages and new t-shirts will October 26th: A Menu Tribute to Julia Child Country Cuisine Cooking School
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Architectural Digest
Join the Creekdwellers - Village Life at its Best!
BY ANNE LONDON This is one of Ellicottville’s that exchanged customary
great renovation stories, which 1930s-style box-like rooms for
Here’s you, sitting pretty by begins the day a young bachelor open areas filled with sunlight
the babbling waters of Great named Frank Bianco happened and space to breathe.
Valley Creek, two doors from on the house. He was impressed Then, with the home’s
Kabob Restaurant, three doors with the location but found the new character established, a
from The Brewery, enjoying vacant structure lacking in most continuous stream of large
everything Ellicottville has to everything else – heat, insulation, and small projects filled the
offer from a deck chair on your closets, modern plumbing – and years, peaking in 1988 when
private waterfront patio that the so, of course, Frank bought it a glamorous new kitchen and
nearby restaurants could only and moved right in! adjacent bathroom were added,
wish for. Renovation started from and in 1990 when eight feet
AND your home is great! day one as Frank gutted the of space and a vaulted ceiling
Well designed, well maintained, house down to the lathe and added style to the family room
open, airy, modern, spectacular! plaster, erecting a new interior which wrapped itself around
a corner creating an attractive
niche for Frank’s office.
Along the way there were many
other milestones – a modern
furnace, plumbing and electrical
systems … new siding that clad
the entire exterior in cedar, toned
dark for the house, lighter for the
garage … a stairtop cabinet built
by Bob McCarthy that matched
the surrounding woodwork so
exactly it looked to be built
in … a bedroom closet Frank
reconfigured into a very nice
trundle bed alcove … a front
deck which added to the home’s
curbside appeal, then joined
by a back deck that unified the
garage, family room and creek
and made the home feel more
like a resort.
So I put the question to Frank,
“How does a Spanish Professor
know how to make a house look
like this?” Frank gives credit to
Jan, co-creator and partner he
married mid-renovation, and
adds, “Besides being a Spanish
Professor I’m also Italian, and
like many Italians I learned
the building trades from my
father and grandfather.” Beyond
supervising the big stuff, Frank’s Well designed, well maintained, open, airy, modern, spectacular! This is one of Ellicottville’s
specialty, it seems, is shelving. great renovation stories, which begins the day a young Frank Bianco happened on the
In his house there is no clutter house. He was impressed with the location but found the vacant structure lacking in most
because the moment things pile everything else – heat, insulation, closets, modern plumbing – and so, of course, Frank
up Frank builds shelves for bought it and moved right in! A front deck which added to the home’s curbside appeal,
Renovation started from day one as Frank gutted the them. The deckside laundry/ then joined by a back deck that unified the garage, family room and creek made the home
house down to the lathe and plaster, erecting a new interior ski storage room is neat as a feel more like a resort. One of the many highlights inside the home is the custom built
that exchanged customary 1930s-style box-like rooms for pin since Frank’s shelves line cabinet located at the top of the stairway (pictured above right), designed and created by
open areas filled with sunlight and space to breathe. Then, none other than Ellicottville’s Bob McCarthy.
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Carol’s Country Cuisine Day Trippin’

Eggplant: A Late Summer Treasure The Marks on the Floor of Buffalo’s Past
BY CAROL ANDERSON throughout the Mediterranean eggplant is roasted with a bit of as well as several other
region since ancient times. salt and some olive oil to help cooking schools, including
The end of summer is Salt and a bit of cooking sweeten it before filling it with some Cordon Bleu instruction,
always bittersweet; a bounty will help to dispel some of a mixture of seasoned crumbs. but she owes the majority of
of produce at the farmer’s that bitterness, and in some Yes, there are still eggs her culinary knowledge about
market with the promise of recipes, it is recommended to involved, but only one yolk, Mediterranean cuisines to
a wonderful meal, but the salt and drain the vegetable and the oil is reduced greatly, her study abroad in Spain as
reminder of fall in the air before beginning to cook with so the result is a satisfying but well as her time spent in the
and in the produce section. it. much lighter dish that can be kitchens of her mother and
There are so many fruits and Unfortunately, many recipes served as a side dish or on its grandmother. Carol is now the
vegetables to choose from, for eggplant call for frying. own in vegetarian splendor. owner of the Country Cuisine
and there is a variety of great This is of course, unhealthy, This crumb mixture is also Cooking School, where she
recipes to prepare for all of especially when dipped in delicious with many other fall teaches private cooking
them, but one of my favorites whole eggs and crumbs vegetables that can be roasted: classes in her home.
is the eggplant. beforehand. But even more tomatoes, zucchini or summer Carol is offering two
This vegetable (well, actually importantly for me, it is squash, as well as red or green upcoming classes, “Pasta Artist Ingrid Calame has created eleven works of art from
a gigantic berry) is a member time consuming. I want to peppers. Try a vegetable feast Presto” (a selection of fast, traced markings taken from the floors in the Buffalo area
of the nightshade family, like enjoy my meal after a short for supper one night and savor delicious pastas) on Sept. 21, that will culminate in an exhibition titled, “Step on a Crack…”
the treasure of the season’s Her pieces will be on view at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery
tomatoes and potatoes. It preparation time, and I don’t and “A Menu Tribute to Julia September 25, 2009 through February 28, 2010.
comes from a family with want to stand over a stove for harvest. Childs” on Oct. 26. For more
many toxic members, and a lengthy period, particularly Carol Anderson is a retired information or to register for BUFFALO - In June of 2008, the recollections of several
its bitterness is a hint at that on these beautiful September Spanish teacher who has these upcoming courses, log with the help of a team of local generations of steel industry
relationship. But eggplant is days. always been passionate about onto high school and college students, workers at the Lackawanna
a very versatile food, and has This recipe is much simpler cooking. She has attended the or call Carol directly at 716- artists, and a security guard, the plant. The exhibition is
been prepared in India and and a bit healthier. The Culinary Institute of America, 945-5776. internationally renowned artist organized by Albright-Knox Art
Ingrid Calame traced markings Gallery Associate Curator Holly
on the floors of ArcelorMittal E. Hughes.

This Week’s Recipe (a local steel finishing plant in

Lackawanna), the grain elevators
of RiverWright, the Albright-
Regarding the Artist-In-
Residence project and the
importance of its connection
Savory Baked Eggplant with Tomato Sauce Knox Art Gallery parking lot, to the community, Calame has
and an abandoned wading pool said, “My audience is also my
INGREDIENTS: INGREDIENTS for on Louisiana Street. From these subject matter - I give the people
2 medium eggplants, sliced into TOMATO SAUCE: tracings, Calame has created of Buffalo the opportunity to
½ inch thick rounds* ¼ cup olive oil eleven works of art, including see an artwork constructed
Salt and pepper to taste 1 small onion, diced drawings and paintings, in her out of the marks and traces of
1/3 cup olive oil 1 clove garlic, mashed Los Angeles studio that will their city, some marks of which
5 garlic cloves, minced 1 large can diced Italian culminate in an exhibition they might have inadvertently
1 ½ cups Panko breadcrumbs tomatoes of works in Buffalo. Ingrid created.
¼ cup chopped oil-packed 1/3 cup tomato paste Calame: Step on a Crack… will The artist will be in Buffalo to
sun dried tomatoes, drained Crushed red pepper flakes, be on view at the Albright-Knox celebrate the public exhibition
1 cup grated Romano cheese to taste Art Gallery September 25, 2009 opening on Sept. 25 during the
1 whole egg and 2 egg whites 1 Tbsp. fresh oregano through February 28, 2010. Gallery’s free Friday program,
2 Tbsp. chopped Italian parsley Salt and pepper to taste Calame, born in 1965, was Gusto at the Gallery. Calame
*peel the eggplant first if you 3 Tbsp. chopped fresh basil selected to be the 2008-‘09 will talk about the project in
like, but I prefer the unpeeled Artist-In-Residence, a new the Gallery’s Auditorium at
color and flavor program at the Albright- 7pm, a community tracing party
s Knox organized by Associate will take place, and tours of
eMETHOD: Curator of Education Nancy the exhibition will be offered
t Preheat the oven to 400°. Place the eggplant on a greased baking sheet and brush with olive oil and season with salt and Spector. Calame is known for throughout the evening. All
kpepper. Bake for 10 minutes, turn the slices over, brush again with oil and season, and bake for 10 more minutes. Lower the her artworks based on tracings events in connection with this
oven temperature to 375° after removing the slices from the oven. of stains and marks found on Sept. 25 opening are free to
e Meanwhile, prepare the filling. Sauté the garlic in the remaining olive oil for two minutes. Combine with the crumbs, cheese, city streets and sidewalks that everyone.
ttomatoes and parsley and the egg mixture. Season the mixture with salt and pepper. Spread some of the mixture on each slice she transposes to museum Following the exhibition
yof eggplant and fold in half, pressing slightly to hold the filling in place. Line the eggplant halves in a greased baking dish and
walls, creating major works closing on Feb. 28, 2010, one
sprinkle with any of the remaining crumb mixture. Bake at 375° for 10 to 15 minutes, or until golden. Serve accompanied with of art from the impressions work will remain in Buffalo:
the tomato sauce. that people have left behind. Mittal Steel No. 1 Shipping
Step on a Crack… will feature 192–209, a major wall painting,
METHOD for Tomato Sauce: all of the artwork Calame commissioned by the Gallery
Sauté the onion in the oil until it becomes transparent. Add the garlic, then the tomatoes, the tomato paste and the red pepper has created from the Buffalo for its Permanent Collection.
flakes. Simmer until heated through and until the sauce has obtained the correct consistency (slightly thickened). Add the herbs tracings and will include an oral For additional information,
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of happiness.” Well, that is Russia, always felt a calling and life outside of their own,
exactly what Natalia Asatiani set from deep within, leading her they are truly what represents
forth to do. In Natalia’s opinion, to a place where if one tries, the real essence of America, and
“that is the essence of America.” dreams really do come true. the pursuit of happiness.
Natalia, from Georgia, Russia, Recently, twenty-eight year old There is the Statue of Liberty.
embarked upon the long journey Catherine Bichiashvih, Natalia’s She stands in the harbor to
to America back in 1995 in hopes niece, decided it was time to take remind us of “the poor, huddled
of a new cultural experience and her first trip to America to visit masses” that we as a nation
life. Just a short time later she with her aunt and experience have welcomed to and protected
became a United States citizen the American culture. I recently within our shores. A great
when she married the true love had the opportunity to sit down melting pot where everyone
of her life, her husband Jacek. with both of them and discuss of different cultures can get
Georgia is where she is from, what they thought about the together and enjoy the fruits
Ellicottville is where she calls Untied States and the whole of each others’ labors. These
home. A small town nestled experience thus far. In both their feelings can be found in every
within the beautiful Enchanted words, “America is a country aspect of our lives. When a
Mountains of Cattaraugus that possesses a great feeling person from another country
County, it has been a beacon of freedom and has beauty all goes out to eat, they go to one of
of hope for countless visitors, around. It’s not necessarily the local traditional restaurants.
tourists and cultures alike from something you can see, but you Well, here in America we
around the world, boasting must feel.” can sample every dish of the
astounding landscapes, quaint She has felt this feeling from world all in one night without
shops full of interesting and the booming and exciting having to search the globe. This
nostalgic goods along with ski streets of New York City where diversification is what drives the
slopes that take your breath Catherine visited for the first American people.

Inside Business Track

Betsy’s Consignment Shop: Gently Used, Like-New Quality
around here. Clothing labels
range from Abercrombie, Silver,
Black and White, Victoria
Secret, Harley Davidson and
3)44).'!4!$%3+!47/2+ Arizona. All merchandise that
is accepted is either new or
lightly used but still in excellent
/2/.9/52&%%4!,,$!9 condition.
For the convenience of her
shoppers, Betsy makes sure
that she has merchandise that is
needed year round. The store is
geared solely around the needs
of the people in Ellicottville.
For example, many locals head
south for the winter, but it is
awfully hard to find a bathing
While living in Aspen, Colorado for eight years, Betsy Peyser suit in the middle of November.
spent her time working in a consignment shop. After moving That is where Betsy comes in.
to Ellicottville in 1999, Betsy opened the consignment shop She keeps bathing suits available
here. “Many people say that Ellicottville is like a little Aspen,” year round.
Betsy said. “So I decided that if consignment shops did well
in Aspen, then one would do well here, too.” Photo/Gary Kinn The store is now beginning to
fill up with fall styles but there
BY STEPHANIE HACKER shopping is what got Betsy is still a wide variety of summer
ST. BONAVENTURE UNIVERSITY hooked. Recycling gently used clothing still available.
clothing rather than throwing it Once skiers are back in the
Are you visiting from out away was quite pleasing to her. area, the consignment shop
of town for a wedding and Ellicottville is a home, a retail changes daily. One day
ˆ2OBERT74AHARA -$ forgot your tie? Oh no! No vacation destination, and a there may be skis and boots and
belt either? From children’s, via point for travelers. Many the next snowboards and ice
juniors, women’s and men’s travelers love to come into skates.
clothing and accessories, there Betsy’s to take a look around At the end of each season,
is something for everyone at and just relax. At home they clothes that don’t sell are given
Betsy’s Consignment Shop in are busy with work and running to charities. If you know a charity
PROBLEMS&ORBOTHWOMENANDMEN lNDINGTHERIGHTTREATMENTFORUNSIGHTLY EMBARRASSING Betsy Peyser grew up on the appreciate a place to go while clothing, Betsy would be glad
VARICOSEVEINSISMORETHANJUSTACOSMETICCONCERNˆITSAMEDICALISSUETHATNEEDSTOBEADDRESSED eastside of Cleveland. While they are on vacation that is out to work with you on helping out
living in Aspen, Colorado for of the norm of typical tourist our neighbors.
eight years, Betsy spent her time attractions. The consignment If you have been to the store
working in a consignment shop. shop is perfect for people who before, stop in again to see what
After moving to Ellicottville enjoy looking fabulous without new items are on the shelves.
0LEASEJOINUSAT"RADFORD2EGIONAL-EDICAL#ENTER in 1999, Betsy opened the spending a lot of money. If you have never been there
consignment shop here in People from Toronto to before, stop in and see what
7EDNESDAY 3EPTEMBER Ellicottville.
“Many people say that
Cleveland are loyal shoppers
to the consignment shop. So
you’re missing! The store is
open Monday through Saturday
PM /UTPATIENT3ERVICES#ENTER-AIN,OBBY Ellicottville is like a little not only does business generate from 9am-5pm and Sunday
Aspen,” Betsy said. “So I from across the country, but from noon-5pm. It is located at
decided that if consignment clothes are brought from all of 34 W. Washington Street, phone
$ shops did well in Aspen, then these places as well. So some 716-699-6131. There is parking
one would do well here, too.” of the styles and varieties Betsy available or it is just a short walk
. )
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Not so with The Beatles. As I spent time with the music
all of their contemporaries and only the music. I took out
released remastered versions my original vinyl copy of Sgt.
of their catalogs, the Beatles
languished. Tomorrow,
Pepper’s and listened. I just
listened. It wasn’t background Five Points
BY DOUG ARROWSMITH 9/9/09, a new day dawns. noise to another task. It
Something else happened in wasn’t something playing to “Marine Grade,” Solid Cherry
After silence,
that which comes nearest
the late eighties that I’d like to
thank the rest of you for. While
make something else easier.
I put the album on. Turned Adirondack Chairs
To expressing the inexpressible all of you were scooping up up the volume. Opened up Highly Rot Resistant Cherry
Is music. shiny plastic junk that sounded the gloriously oversized Stronger than Cedar,
-Aldous Huxley like shiny plastic junk, I was and illustrated sleeve and I Stainless Steel Hardware,
scooping up your old albums. sat down and let those four Sikkens SRD Finish
You’re about to hear something Now, with the resurgence of boys from Liverpool do their Comfortable, Curved Back Design
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and many more of you have Don’t get me wrong, albums, above. So much has been lost
never heard. There’s been an for a while, had been relegated with time. We’re about to get
oversight in the music world to antique stores, flea markets it back. Hours later, I had a
that is tantamount to sin, but and hard-to-find specialty pile of empty album covers in
that mistake is about to be dealers, so I had to buy CDs to front of me. I had listened to
rectified. Sometime, in the next soothe the beast, so to speak. Sgt. Peppers, Abbey Road, Pet
few weeks, many of you will be But I always kept my albums Sounds by the Beach Boys,
overcome with an urge to move, and, as technology caught up Live At Leeds by The Who
an almost primal need to shake with the past, I updated my and Bob Dylan’s Blood on the
off the chains that your day-to- turntable as often as possible. Tracks. The music had had its
day routines have bound you in. I’m now the proud owner way with me. The way it was
Many more of you will simply
need to sit and listen. Pull your
of an mp3 turntable that is
capable of being plugged into
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close. Just listen. Ladies and my vinyl collection without store. Reintroduce yourselves
gentlemen. The Beatles.
That may seem a bit dramatic
compromising the sound
quality. Sometime soon,
to something that matters.
Escape for a while. Send the
“Let the Experts Handle it!”
to some of you but, to even the however, I’ll be updating my kids away. Call in sick. Turn Snowplowing and Rooftop Snow & Ice Removal
casual music fan, the sin of Beatles collection to include off the idiot box and forget
omission that is The Beatles the newly remastered CDs. everything for a day. Let the
digital music catalog, has
been, forgive me, A Long and
Here’s why. Until I bought
my new turntable, vinyl always
music take you someplace
else and don’t look back. The life is better with power
Winding Road. In 1987, when had one major drawback. You Long and Winding Road leads
the fourteen original Beatles can’t take it with you. For straight to your home. Just As an authorized Guardian dealer, see us for
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Condo for the owners. Geri tells me,

“The complex just completed
last year, putting on a whole
new roof system on their
celebration, and on the 12th
of this month the SnowPine
Condominium Association
is throwing itself a party. A
eight buildings, was a four- dinner-dance is going to be RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL
the concept has proven so year process.” She also held at the Tannenbaum Lodge
successful that most condo recalls a few years ago when at Holiday Valley. The buffet
owners wouldn’t have it any
other way. This is especially
important if the owner rents
the property frequently.
the buildings were fitted with
the option for natural gas in
each unit. “It was a pretty big
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Geri says, “Probably about
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She also points out that the
complex has kept up with the
or two.
Geri is no stranger to
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membership which is 126 are
involved in the rental program
times. “We also most recently
had wi-fi installed so now
the board, having been the
property manager for 22
Over 30 Years Quality Work
in some way.” wireless internet is available years. Her pride in working
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for all the occupants up there.”
The board seems to know
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tenure. Over the years they or they’ll have a dinner.” forward to continuing to work
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changes and improvements
So, it’s no wonder that as
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reconstruction of the existing
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The board members stated
They stated that this was not
part of the original site plan,
and that the village does not
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at next month’s meeting as parking locations in order to The board noted that
long as the parking lot is begin the application process. information about the village’s

marked for the correct number Board members discussed new zoning laws could be ROOFING in Ellicottville & WNY Area for OVER 20 Years!
of spaces, and that a revised the banners in front of Subway located on the Nussbaumer
floor plan is submitted before Restaurant that the store hung and Clarke website at www. R AT Elk Singles / Corrugated Steel
the end of September. The plan
needs to be submitted quickly
so the board can officially
for its grand-opening event.
The board noted that the signs
did not need a permit, because The site
includes a map of the new
zone designations, and a
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announce the public hearing,

to comply with state laws.
The board heard a proposal
they are temporary, special-
event displays, but agreed the
store should take the banners
comprehensive list of the new
The board accepted the
Contracting, LLC
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to turn the building located down now that the event is minutes from last month’s • Doors / Windows • Kitchens / Baths
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The proposal calls for a House Sleep N Ski installed will be held Tuesday, October •
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I am 62-years-old and have been married to my wife, Kathie for 44 years.
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TOWN OF ELLICOTTVILLE ENTITLED: “A Resolution Enacting various Amendments to
the Comprehensive Plan of the Town of Ellicottville.” LEGAL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that pursuant to a resolution of the Town Board of the Town of Ellicottville, adopted on August
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 26, 2009, the said Town Board will hold a Public Hearing at the Town Hall, 1 West Washington
St., Ellicottville, New York, on September 22, 2009 at 6:00PM to hear all interested persons
For Sale: French wood hinged patio doors 6-0/6-8. $125 each. Call 716-397-9527. for or against the adoption of a proposed Resolution entitled: “A Resolution Enacting various
Amendments to the Comprehensive Plan of the Town of Ellicottville.”
By Town Clerk, Antoinette Higgs
TOWN OF ELLICOTTVILLE ENTITLED: “A Local Law Reenacting, Readopting and
Prime Commercial Office Space In The Village of Ellicottville For Rent: The Amending the Zoning Ordinance of the Town of Ellicottville.” LEGAL NOTICE IS HEREBY
Villager Building at 9 West Washington Street in Ellicottville, home to the Ellicot- GIVEN that pursuant to a resolution of the Town Board of the Town of Ellicottville, adopted
tville Chamber of Commerce, has a first floor commercial office available. The on August 26, 2009, the said Town Board will hold a Public Hearing at the Town Hall, 1 West
Washington St., Ellicottville, New York, on September 22, 2009 at 6:00PM to hear all interested
unit has a large common area & two offices, private parking and is only a few steps persons for or against the adoption of a proposed Local entitled: “A Local Law Reenacting,
from the center of the Village. The office will be available on October 1, 2009. Readopting and Amending the Zoning Ordinance of the Town of Ellicottville.”
Call 716-560-6457 for more information. By Town Clerk, Antoinette Higgs
Great Valley Democrats Set Caucus: The Great Valley Democrats will hold a caucus at 7pm
Vacation Rentals: Plan your next getaway, wedding, reunion, golf or ski vacation with ERA on Thursday, Sept. 17 at the Town Hall. The purpose of the caucus will be to nominate two
Vacation Properties. Visit our website at for virtual tours of our candidates for town councilman. Seats held by incumbent Democrats Edward “Ted” LaCroix
properties, or call 716-699-4800. and Gary Howe are up for election Nov. 3.
Commercial Space For Rent: 42 Mill Street, Ellicottville, NY. 900 sq. ft. Ample parking.
Please call 716-699-4516. Lease terms.
MOUNTAINVIEW Chalet Available: With 3-BRs, 2.5 baths, designer kitchen & fabulous views
of slopes & mountains. Seasonal Dec.-Mar. $12,500; annually $1,500/month plus utilities. Lawn
& snow service included. Call 905-353-2404. LEGAL NOTICE: Notice is hereby given that a liquor license has been applied for by Bondre
LLC, DBA: Cooling’s Cafe, 10 A Washington Street, Ellicottville, NY 14731 to sell beer, wine
Village Rental: 2-BR, 2 bath upper apartment, fully furnished. Seasonal rental or a year lease. and liquor at retail for on premises consumption under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law.
Rent plus utilities. No pets & no smoking. Call 716-699-4516 for details.
Notice of Qualification of SKI FOREVER, LTD. Authority filed with the SSNY on
FESTIVAL RENTALS: Spacious 2 & 3-BR in the village of Ellicottville with view of Holi- 07/16/2009. Office location: Cattaraugus County. LLC formed in OH on 06/24/2009. SSNY
Mont. Contact or call 905-357-9163 or 905-651-3342. is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail a
Seasonal Rental: 3-BR, 2 bath apartment in the village of Ellicottville, sleeps 10+. Private copy of process to: James A. Grasso, 6690 Beta Dr #220, Mayfield Village, OH 44143. Address
entrance, ample parking, recently renovated, bonus room, washer/dryer. $8,500 + utilities/ski required to be maintained in OH: James A. Grasso, 6690 Beta Dr #220, Mayfield Village, OH
season. Pics at Call 330-819-2425. 44143. Cert of Formation filed with Jennifer Brunner, Ohio Secretary of State, PO Box 670,
Spacious 1-BR Apartment In The Village Of Ellicottville: Porch overlooks Main Street. Columbus, OH 43216. Purpose: Any Lawful Purpose.
References required. $500 per month plus utilities. Call Jim at 716-572-9192. NOTICE OF FORMATION of Freeman and Sons Property Management, LLC. Art. of
For Rent: Secluded chalet 10 mins. from E’ville. Sleeps 8-10. 2-BRs plus loft, big deck, hot Org. filed with Sec’y of State (SSNY) on 7/30/09. Office location: Cattaraugus County. SSNY
tub. $350/week, $200/weekend. Call 716-512-9724. designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail
Seasonal Rental: 3-BR, 2 bath house right at HoliMont’s Sunset Run. 2.6 acres. Beautiful views copy of process to 4775 Allegany Rd., Little Valley, NY 14755. Purpose: any lawful activities.
from 3 decks. Lots of room - includes LR, large family room & dining room. Beds - queen, double, NOTICE: KAM3, LLC (LLC) filed Arts. of Org. with NY Secy. of State (SS) on 4/29/09.
2 sets of bunks & sleeper sofa (sleeps 10). All appliances. $8,900 plus utilities. 416-226-0735. LLC’s office is located in Cattaraugus Co. Its principal business location is 3247A Route 417W,
Apartment For Rent: Spacious Victorian on Court Street in Little Valley. 2+BRs, lower level. Olean, NY 14760. SS is designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be
$510/month plus utilities, year round. Seasonal also available. New high efficiency furnace, hard- served. SS shall mail a copy of any process to 3681 Karl Rd., Allegany, NY 14706. LLC’s pur-
wood floors, appliances, yard. Please call 716-480-3474. pose: any lawful activity.
SEASONAL RENTAL: Morningstar Lodge. 4-BR, 4 bath chalet on Upper Road overlooking Yo- Notice of Qualification of East Resources Management, LLC. Authority filed with NY
deler lift. Outstanding views from windows & decks. Fully furnished. Laundry. Fireplace. Sleeps Dept. of State on 7/30/09. NYS fictitious name: E. Resources, LLC. Office location: Cattarau-
10-12. Pics at Call 814-744-8458. gus County. LLC formed in PA on 5/22/09. NY Sec. of State designated as agent of LLC upon
whom process against it may be served and shall mail process to: c/o CT Corporation System,
FOR RENT: Luxury 2 & 3-BR townhomes in Salamanca. Private entrances, FP, granite counters, 111 8th Ave., NY, NY 10011, regd. agt. upon whom process may be served. PA and principal
Berber carpet, stainless steel appliances, washer, dryer, grounds keeping, snow removal, electric, business addr.: 301 Brush Creek Rd., Warrendale, PA 15086. Arts. of Org. filed with PA Sec. of
water, garbage, sewer included. Various lease lengths available. Prices range from $900 to $1,100 State, 206 North Office Bldg., Harrisburg, PA 17120. Purpose: any lawful purpose.
monthly. No pets. Call to set up your appointment today! Palmer Rentals, 716-945-1906.
Seasonal Rental: Furnished, rear-upper apartment. 2-BRs, 1 bath, sleeps 6. Walk to the village. Notice of Formation of Allegany Mountain Resort LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with NY Dept.
Off-street parking. $5,000 plus utilities, Dec. 1st-April 15th. 585-403-9567. of State on 7/21/09. Office location: Cattaraugus County. Sec. of State designated as agent
of LLC upon whom process against it may be served and shall mail process to: 1005 Pinnacle
Way, Greensburg, PA 15601. Purpose: any lawful activity.

★ ★ Sudoku Challenge ★ ★
Notice of Formation of Oldshield Boys Deli LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of
NY (SSNY) on 8/10/09. Office location: Cattaraugus County. SSNY designated as agent of
LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to princ. bus. loc.:
This Week’s Difficulty Level: To solve a Sudoku puzzle, place
a number into each box so that
11 Summit St., Salamanca, NY 14779. Purpose: any lawful activity.
★ ★ ★ ★ each row across, each
down, and each small 9-box
square within the larger diagram
TLE BOX HOUSES, LLC filed with the NYS Department of State its Articles of Organization.
The office to be located in Cattaraugus County. The NY Secretary of State is designated as agent
8 5 6 (there are 9 of these) will contain
every number from 1 through
9. In other words, no number
for service of process. The mailing address for the LLC is 589 Parkside Drive, Limestone, NY
14753. The purpose of the business is to engage in any lawful activity for which limited liability
9 6 4 8 will appear more than once in
any row, column, or smaller
9-box square. Working with
companies may be organized under Section 203 of the Limited Liability Company Law.
NOTICE OF FILING: Name of Limited Liability Company: Wilean Farms, LLC. Date of
1 8 6 the numbers already given as a
guide, complete each diagram
with the missing numbers that
Filing of Articles of Organization: August 14, 2009. County of Office: Cattaraugus. Munici-
pality of Office: Town of East Otto, 9017 East Otto-Springville Rd., East Otto, New York. The
Secretary of State has been designated as agent of the Company upon whom process against
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Good luck! it may be served. The address which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process
against it is: 9017 East Otto-Springville Rd., PO Box 55, East Otto, NY 14729. The registered
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agent of the Company is: Brooks & Brooks, LLP, 207 Court St., Little Valley, NY 14755. The
registered agent is to be the agent of the Limited Liability Company upon whom process against
it may be served. The purpose of the Company is to carry on any such business for which a
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limited liability company may be formed under the laws of the State of New York.
Notice of Formation of NICHOLS RUN MINERALS, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with Secy.
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of State of NY (SSNY) on 08/24/09. Office location: Cattaraugus County. SSNY designated
as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to the
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LLC, 814 Tallow Tree Ct., Naples, FL 34108. Purpose: Any lawful activity.
Notice of Formation of NICHOLS RUN LAND, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State
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of NY (SSNY) on 08/24/09. Office location: Cattaraugus County. SSNY designated as agent
of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to the LLC, 814
Tallow Tree Ct., Naples, FL 34108. Purpose: Any lawful activity.


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Wednesdays at Genter’s Auction in Springville, New York

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Labor Day Sidewalk Sales Around Ellicotttville

Photos/Gary Kinn

Griffis Sculpture Park Hosts Nichols School of Buffalo

Students Enjoyed a Day Filled with Steel Sculpting, Yoga, Drumming and Environmental Interaction
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Ellicottville Little Eagles Pee-Wee and Midget Football

Saturday Night, Both Ellicottville Teams Defeated the Cattaraugus Cowboys by the Same Score of 25-12

Photos/Mike Painter

The Ellicottville Pee-Wees are off to a 3-0 start and the Midgets are 1-2. They play the Salamanca Warriors this Sunday at 1:30pm at the Ellicottville High School Field.

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