'Babylon' VBS to begin today
"Babylon - Daniel's Courage in Captivity" Vacation Bible School, will begin today and run all week, Monday to Friday, from 9 a.m. to noon at Christ Community Church, 219 Berry St., Fredonia.
Today's registration opens at 8:30 a.m.
Fredonia First United Methodist Church, First United Presbyterian Church of Dunkirk, and the Christian Worship Center in Fredonia are partnering with Christ Community Church to host Babylon.
Babylon is for children from 3 years old to those leaving fifth grade. For more information, call Christ Community Church at 673-1661 or call Angie Bacon at 595-2945. To pre-register, visit www.cccfredonia.org and follow the VBS link.
Water main shutdown starts Tuesday night
There will be a water main shutdown Tuesday from 11 p.m. until 3 a.m. Wednesday for relocating a section of the water main related to a box culvert being replaced by the New York State Department of Transportation.
The water main affected is on Lake Street (Route 5) in Dunkirk from Wilbur Street for a half mile to the west on Lake Street.
'The Goonies' will be shown at dusk Thursday
The 44th Annual Fredo-nia Farm Festival will show the movie "The Goonies" at the Gazebo in Barker Common Thursday at dusk.
Cherry Creek fire
commissioners will meet on Wednesday
The monthly meeting of the Cherry Creek fire commissioners has been moved to Wednesday at the fire hall at 7 p.m. This meeting is open to the public.
Town of Charlotte requesting quotes
The Town of Charlotte is seeking quotes to install four new AMBIRAD 150,000 BTU Radiant Tube heaters in the truck bays of the Charlotte Highway Building. Two units are for natural gas and two units are for propane gas. Specif-ications and instructions are available at the town clerk's office, 8 Lester St., Sinclairville. Phone: 962-9455. Contact Darla Frost-Kianos for copies. Quotes will be accepted up to the end of business on Sept 6.
Sinclairville Soldier Monument Fund
The Sinclairville Soldier's Monument fund will celebrate the replacement of our Civil War Soldier at Ever-green Cemetery Sept. 8 after the 2012 Sinclairville His-tory Fair Parade. The par-ade starts at 9 a.m. All veterans with motorcycles are asked to join the precession.
The Soldier at Parade Rest has been crafted by renowned sculptor Timothy P. Schmalz, who recreated the statue in bronze. It was erected July 26 on behalf of SAL Squadron 1280.
Music in the Park Wednesday evening
Music in the Park on Wednesday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the South Dayton Village Park Gazebo, will feature music by 23 Skidoo Dixieland Band. The summer music program is sponsored by the Town of Dayton, the Town of Villenova, the Village of South Dayton and the New York State Council of the Arts Decentralization Re-grant Program administered by the Cattaraugus Arts Council. Bring your lawn chairs and come enjoy an evening of music.
Pre-registration is appreciated but not required.
Lake Erie Women in Agriculture meeting Tuesday in Portland
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chautauqua County and the Lake Erie Region Grape Program will hold a meeting for the Lake Erie Women in Agriculture group Tuesday from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
The meeting, focusing on employee management, will be held at the CLEREL facility, located at 6592 West Main Road, Portland. Thomas Maloney, M.P.S., Cornell University, will present the "Ten Things Your Employees Expect from you." Employee management was identified as one of the top 10 topics women in agriculture in the Lake Erie Region would like to learn more about in a recent CCE survey (2011). According to a 2012 CCE survey of more than 25 farms, 56 percent of respondents said it was somewhat difficult to extremely difficult to find and maintain a quality workforce. Employ-ee management continues to be a challenge for small family farms.
RSVP is requested by Tuesday with one of your Extension Educators: Ginny Carlberg, 664-9502 x 202 or email@example.com; Jodi Creasap-Gee, 792-2800 x 204 or firstname.lastname@example.org; Kevin Martin, 792-2800 x 205 or email@example.com.
The goal of the Lake Erie Women in Agriculture group is to help farm women make connections with, and learn from, other women in agriculture, and to provide information about practices that im-prove their farms' production and financial viability.
Cornell Cooperative Ext-ension is an equal program opportunity provider, committed to providing Chau-tauqua County residents low-cost, high-quality, and research-based programs in agriculture, the environment, youth development and human services.
County Home Ad Hoc Committee meeting Tuesday evening
There will be a County Home Ad Hoc Committee meeting at 8 p.m., following the special meeting of the Legislature regarding the report from Center for Governmental Research, on Tuesday in rooms 331 and 333 of the Gerace Office Building, Mayville.