Community notebook

Lily Dale Endowment Fund to host Variety Night Saturday

The Lily Dale Endow-ment Fund will host Variety Night Saturday from 8:15 to 10:15 p.m. or later in the Lily Dale Auditorium. Admission is $10.

The event will include door prizes, a 50/50, snacks and refreshments, a silent auction, karaoke and musical requests and an assortment of musical styles.

Music and karaoke will be provided by Squirrel City Sound, and live performances will be featured from The Night Owls Orchestra and the Lily Dale Strummers.

Valley Historical Society looking for parade participants

The Valley Historical Society is looking for participants for this year’s History Fair parade on Sept. 14.

Every kind of parade entry is welcome. The parade is held at 10 a.m. It begins at the elementary school and marches to Minckler Common.

For more information and to register, call Ken France at 962-3253.

Vendors, antique cars still sought

for celebration

The village of South Dayton will host a 30th anniversary in honor of the film “The Natural.”

Vendors and antique cars from prior to the 1940s are being sought for the event which will be held Sept. 7 and Sept. 8 at the South Dayton Village Park.

If anyone is interested in displaying a car or setting up a space for vendors, contact Vivian Gould at 988-5975.

No lifeguards at Point Gratiot until Saturday

The city of Dunkirk has announced that there will not be any lifeguard staff at Point Gratiot all week, but there will be lifeguard staff over the holiday weekend.

Hanover Democrats endorse two

At their recent caucus, the Hanover Democrats endorsed two candidates to run for office in the November elections.

Kevin O’Connell is seeking to continue his work as town councilman and is running for reelection for an additional four years.

Edward Schintzius is a first-time candidate running for Town Justice. Schint-zius is a retired Detective with the North Tonawanda Police Department, retiring with 30 years of service. Both candidates look forward to meeting with the residents of the Town of Hanover to discuss issues important to all.

The Hanover Democratic Committee wholeheartedly endorsed these candidates and thanks them for their willingness to serve the town of Hanover.

Fredonia High School Class of 1943 to hold reunion Sept. 11

The Fredonia High School Class of 1943 will hold its 70th reunion on Sept. 11. The group will meet at Bob Evans on Vineyard Drive at 2 p.m.

If anyone knows of a classmate who lives out of town, call Margaret Valone at 679-4772, Dorthea Jan-czak at 673-1049, or Charlie St. George at 672-4432.

Knowing that the class has been out of high school for 70 years, the committee is sure there will be many things to reminisce about and new news to share.

Dunkirk BOE to hold executive session this afternoon

The Dunkirk Board of Education will meet in executive session today at 3:15 p.m. in the conference room at the administration building to discuss the employment of a particular individual.

No formal action will be taken following the executive session.

No garbage collection in Gowanda Labor Day

There will be no garbage collection within the village of Gowanda on Labor Day, Sept. 2. Garbage will be picked up the following day.