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Gobble for Groceries This Thanksgiving

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By Alicia Dziak Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks for everything you have, and also a time to give back to those who might not have as much. In Springville, a great way to give back on Thanksgiving morning is Gobble for Groceries, a 5K and fun walk to benefit the Trading Post. Located at 38 Franklin Street in ... Read More »

Local Artist Taps Into Spirit Realm

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By Alicia Dziak This weekend’s third annual Winter Arts Festival will feature a variety of talented local artists sharing their creative talents with guests in the Holiday Valley Lodge. One new artist debuting at this year’s show is Heidi Marie Jimerson, a spirit artist. Jimerson, who works with children at Seneca Intermediate School in Salamanca and whose own kids attend ... Read More »

Holland Heading to State Meet in Ithaca

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By Alicia Dziak and Karen Reynolds This week, Elle Holland, a junior at SGI on the Varsity Girls Swim team, will be attending the New York State Swimming and Diving meet held at Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY.  She will be leaving Thursday morning and competing Friday and Saturday . This is Elle’s second year attending the NYS Meet and ... Read More »

SGI Students Designing Village Seal

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By Alicia Dziak On Monday, Nov. 6, students from Christy Komenda’s high school graphic design class presented their ideas for a Village seal to Springville Officer in Charge Nick Budney and Village Trustee Nils Wikman. Springville currently has no Village seal. The students met earlier in the year with Lt. Budney about the scope of the project, and Komenda said ... Read More »

SYI Basketball for 1st-6th Graders

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By Alicia Dziak Are your kids ready to perfect that layup or three-pointer? Maybe they need to work on a legal dribble or an accurate bounce pass? Or perhaps they’re just interested in learning the game and what makes it so great? No matter their skill level, SYI’s basketball program is here to help! Designed for kids in grades 1-6, ... Read More »

Family Fun on Veterans Day

By Alicia Dziak On Saturday, Nov. 11, we set aside a day to honor all the men and women who have served our country on Veterans Day. (The observance day is Friday, Nov. 10.) If you’re looking for a meaningful and family-friendly activity to enjoy with the kids on their day off, check out these local happenings: On Friday, Nov. ... Read More »

Holiday Craft Show Nov. 25

By Alicia Dziak As the holiday season is fast approaching, it’s time to think about buying all those gifts. And what better gifts to give than unique finds you can’t buy just anywhere? On Saturday, Nov. 25, the Springville Moose Lodge #1249, at 13080 Buffalo Road in Springville, will be holding a Holiday Craft Show. “This is our 9th Annual ... Read More »

Emerling CDJR Breaks Ground on New Dealership

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From left to right: Jason Powenski, GM Emerling Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM; Nick Alberalla, VP, Commercial Loan Officer at Evans Bank; Town of Sardinia Superintendent Beverly Gambino; Tony Picone, Picone Construction; Congressman Chris Collins; Carl Emerling; Springville Mayor Bill Krebs; Town of Concord Supervisor Gary Eppolito; and Mitch Martin, Director of Community Affairs for Senator Patrick Gallivan. On Friday, Oct. ... Read More »

Gobble for Groceries Thanksgiving Day

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By Alicia Dziak For many people, Thanksgiving includes a feast of carved turkey and all the fixings—a table filled to the brim with buttery mashed potatoes, seasoned stuffing, cheesy casseroles, pumpkin pie and more. But not everyone has the luxury of an over-the-top dinner on this day or many other days during the year, and many people turn to local ... Read More »

KB Fall Festival and Ski Swap Weekend

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By Alicia Dziak Skiers and snowboarders get ready! November is here, which means the snow will soon be flying and the hills will (hopefully!) soon be covered with the white stuff. As winter is on the horizon, it’s time to get ready for the upcoming season and time to take inventory of your gear. If you’re one of many looking ... Read More »

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