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SYI Softball Team Advances to Championship Game


By Alicia Dziak SYI’s oldest rec softball team, coached by Terry Skelton, and assisted by Chelsea Place and Lee Arrington, finished up their regular season with a 12-0 record, which they took into their first post-season matchup against Hamburg on Monday night. The playoff game resulted in a 22-6 win for Springville. After a slow start and going down 4-1 ... Read More »

Springville Soccer Club: 5 and 6 Game Winning Streaks for the U12 Boys and U16 Girls


By Alicia Dziak On Tuesday, July 17, the U16 girls Avalanche headed to Kenmore to play a game which had been rescheduled twice. With six players missing and extremely dry field conditions, the game began on a challenging note, but that didn’t stop the Avalanche. Springville scored first with a goal by Shelby Stisser. It was quickly answered with one ... Read More »

SGI All Class Reunion July 20


The 6th annual SGI All Class Reunion will be held on Friday, July 20, from 5-10 p.m. at Fireman’s Park on Nason Blvd. Get your pre-sale tickets for $5 through July 19 at Emerling Ford, Julie’s, Springville Hardware and Witter Davis, or purchase tickets the day of for $10. This 21 and over event will be held rain or shine, ... Read More »

SGI Re-elects Duwe as Board President, Votes on Elimination of Two Positions and Staff Retirements

By Jennifer Weber The Springville-Griffith Institute Board of Education met on Tuesday, July 10 for their annual Reorganizational Meeting. Kathy Tucker was voted in as the temporary District /Board Clerk and administered the oath of office to Board Members Daniel Miess and Tyler Sullivan. Allison Duwe was elected President and Jennifer Sullivan was elected Vice-President. The Regular Business Meeting of ... Read More »

2010 SGI Salutatorian Doing PhD Research Abroad


By Alicia Dziak After graduation, some SGI students stay right in Springville, and others may head out of town for a while, only to return later to raise their families. Some may move to another WNY community or even out of state, and still others might end up on an entirely different continent at some point, as is the case ... Read More »

Yankees Win Rookies Title


By Alicia Dziak The SYI little league baseball season is wrapping up. On Monday, the Yankees won the Rookie division championships. The team, made up of 7 to 9-year-olds, was coached by Larry Cook, and it was his fourth consecutive championship. “He is very deserving,” said Heather Holland of Cook, whose son, Reid, plays on the Yankees. “He is dedicated ... Read More »

Springville Girls Take Home Travel Softball Trophies


Three Springville varsity softball players are extending their season by playing in the Metro Girls Softball League in the 14U A division with the Eden Raiders travel softball team.    This is a summer league to expand the girls skillset and gain more experience for the upcoming season.  Marin Lehr, Meghan Rehrauer and Kaitlyn Wolf participated in the Lou Gehrig ... Read More »

Healthy Community Alliance Awarded Two Grants to Support Older Adults

Healthy Community Alliance (HCA) has been selected to receive two separate grant awards from local foundations totaling $96,000 that will help the agency provide improved services and supports to older adults and their caregivers. One grant will address improving social connectivity and sense of belonging among older adults in the Gowanda area and the other grant will be administered in ... Read More »

Summer at Allegany State Park


By Alicia Dziak Summer is in full swing at Allegany State Park (ASP), New York’s largest state park. Grab a bite to eat at the Park Restaurant, located at the Red House Admin building, where the patio is open for the season, and plan your time at the park! There’s no better way to cool off during a heat wave ... Read More »

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