History Days to feature Civil War Medicine display with ‘Dr. Joe’
Included in this weekend’s Fredonia History Days are the Civil War Medicine presentations by “Dr.” Joe Bolivard from Forestville. “Dr. Joe” will have a huge display of authentic Civil War artifacts used by surgeons during the Civil War and discuss with visitors how the medical staff dealt with the task of caring for the soldiers during the conflict.
“Dr. Joe” will also have a limited supply of his own personal collection of rare Civil War books for visitors to see, as well as purchase in some cases.
“Dr. Joe” is assisted by his nurse for the day, Miss Lynanne Woolley, herself a re-enactor and soon-to-be senior at Forestville High School.
Visitors may visit the Civil War Medicine tent of “Dr. Joe” between 1 and 5 p.m. today in the park adjacent to the Fredonia Farmer’s Market.
Fredonia to hold public hearing on proposed local laws
The Fredonia Village Board will hold a public hearing Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the Trustees Room of the village hall. The hearing will be in regard to two proposed local laws.
One is regarding the prohibition of the consumption of alcoholic beverages or drugs by anyone under 21 years of age on private property.
The other proposed law is regarding the prohibition of trailers or trailer trucks parking on village streets.
Traffic limited for Laurel Run today
Traffic will be limited in the village of Silver Creek Saturday between 8 and 11 a.m. for the 17th annual Laurel Run. Detours will be monitored by the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s and the New York State Police.
County health board to meet
The Chautauqua County Board of Health will hold its meeting Thursday, July 25 at 6 p.m. in the HRC Building, 4th Floor Conference Room, Mayville.
Anyone seeking further information or wishing to attend this meeting should call the Public Health Director’s Office at 753-4590.