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MS Principal Shanda DuClon


‘This is where I’m supposed to be’ By Ashlee Oakley The Springville community is welcoming yet another new addition to the Springville Griffith Institute Central School District’s administrative team: Middle School Principal Shanda DuClon. DuClon was born in Arcade, is an alumnus of SGI and currently resides in Delevan, so she has been a part of the local community her ... Read More »

Springville Photographer Wins Bronze


By Colleen Mahoney Although she didn’t compete in the Olympics, one Springville business owner did bring home a bronze medal. Emily Robinson, owner of Emily Karr Photography, was awarded one of 97 bronze medals in the Professional Photographers of America’s 2016 International Photographic Competition. The competition honors and awards photographers on their art and is judged by 46 eminent jurors. ... Read More »

‘Narcan’ Workshop Open to Community, Sept. 21

By Colleen Mahoney Bertrand Chaffee Hospital (BCH) and the Springville Regional Services Coalition are bringing a community Naloxone workshop to the area on Sept. 21. The workshop is being presented by the Erie County Department of Health and is open to anyone over the age of 16. Naloxone, also known as Narcan, is a reversal medication that can block the ... Read More »

BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT Mahoney and Sullivan Financial Group


‘No handshakes’ proves a successful business model Colleen Mahoney It was 31 years ago that Kevin Mahoney moved into a private practice for financial planning. Since then he has brought on Jessica Sullivan as a partner, added two licensed associates and a receptionist and helped more than 600 clients understand their finances. Mahoney (no relation to this story’s author) is ... Read More »

Color Run Returns for Second Year at SES


By Ashlee Oakley It’s that time of year again! Springville Elementary School is hosting its Second Annual 3K/5K Color Fun Run/Walk, presented by Color-A-Thon/School-A-Thon. This event is open to the public, and will be held on Saturday, Oct. 1, (homecoming weekend). On-site registration will start at 9 a.m., with the event starting at 10 a.m. sharp. Two routes will be ... Read More »

Join Us for a Welcome Back and Pre-Game Celebration!

Friday, Sept. 9, 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Practice Fields behind Springville High School. The entire Springville community is invited to join us for this opportunity to kick off the new school year and to build school and community spirit! There will be music, food, games and face painting. We will also be welcoming back members from the ... Read More »

High Expectations for SGI Boys Soccer


By Ashlee Oakley On a sunny August morning, the SGI boys’ soccer teams are practicing dutifully beside Springville’s elementary and middle schools. All of the soccer coaches are in agreement: they are happy they have full teams and they’re ready to get their game on! Tom Szczerbacki, physical education teacher for Colden Elementary and varsity soccer coach, was happy to ... Read More »

Coaches’ Corner


Girls Modified Soccer, coach Alicia Dziak SGI’s modified girls soccer team is continuing to work hard on their skills, building up their endurance and getting ready for their first scrimmage vs. Pioneer on Sept. 14. Their roster is now set at 18 girls. Girls JV Soccer, coach Riley O’Connor The Springville Girls JV Soccer team won their season opener against ... Read More »

Springville Area Events Sept. 2-8

By Ashlee Oakley FRIDAY 9/2 ARTS/CLASSES -SCENe hosts “Needle Knitting & Crochet Club”. 10:30 a.m. Free, all levels welcome, open to newcomers. Bring your own yarn and needles, bring a project or get a new one! For more info call 592-2768. 40 Commerce Dr., Springville. CLUBS/COMMUNITY OUTREACH -Exercise group Springville First United Methodist Church meets from 8 – 9 a.m.  ... Read More »

The Springville Times has a New Office in Springville!


We are now located inside the beautiful Root 39 building at 500 South Cascade Drive, Springville. You can drop off your classified and display ads, or mail them to the above address. There is lots of parking available. Call 699-4062 for more information, or email, or Classified ads are available in the Springville Times for just $7 for ... Read More »

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