For The Record


Food Is Our Medicine Fall Fest 5K Run/Walk

The Food Is Our Medicine Project, in coordination with Seneca Nation of Indians and Seneca Diabetes Foundation, present the Food is Our Medicine Fall Fest 5K Run/Walk on Sept. 14 at 9 a.m. The starting line is the Seneca Nation Early Childhood Learning Center at 12857 Route 438, Irving. It is a certified 5K course, timed race. This race supports the Food Is Our Medicine Project sponsored by Seneca Diabetes Foundation. Entry Fees are $15 (18 and under & 60+), $20 (before Sept. 6), and $25 (Sept. 6 and later).

The top male and female finishers and the top three finishers in each age group will receive medals. The walk is not competitive. All registrants will receive dri-performance shirts. Participants are asked to register early to ensure that their size will be available on race day.

Registration and early packet pickup is available Friday, Sept. 12 from 8 a.m to 4:30 p.m. at the William Seneca Building, second Floor Planning Department 12837 Route 438, Irving. Late registration and packet pickup is also available on race day from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

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Westfield Youth?Soccer

On Saturday, Sept. 6, Cross Roads will host the opening day of the Westfield Recreation Department’s Fall Soccer season.

Youth soccer players in the 4-5-year-old age bracket and those in the 6-8 year group will face off in the fields surrounding the Cross Roads Farm & Craft Market. The children will play games hourly beginning at 10 a.m. Anyone who wants to watch some peewee soccer action and cheer on the kids are invited to visit Cross Roads.

Cross Roads Farm & Craft Market is located at 6017 Westfield-Sherman Road (County Route 21), Westfield. It is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays from the first Saturday in May until the last Saturday before Christmas.

Softball Fall Classic Set For Sept. 6

A few spots are still available for the 16th Annual Fall Classic Men’s Slow Pitch Softball tournament on Saturday, Sept. 6 in Gowanda.

Each team is guaranteed three games. Hitters will start with a 2-1 count. Prizes and awards for each participating team.

Call Mark Benton at 532-4053 or email for more information. Deadline to register a team is Sept. 3.

Adult Golf

Pinehurst Golf Course

Brocton American Legion Post 434 Wednesday Evening Men’s League – Low gross; Pat Swanson 34, Greg Gollnitz 36, Jared Ehmke 38, Tim Lehman 39, Dave Willebrandt 40, Scott Jagoda 40, Jay Beers 40, Jon Espersen 40, Mike Sheehan 41. Low net: Lehman 30, Swanson 32, Andy Deakin 33, Ehmke 33 and Dave Meadows 34. Closest to the pin on the par 3’s: Jared Ehmke and Tim Lehman. Closest to the 150-yard marker on No. 6 with the second shot: Jon Espersen. Skins: Jon Espersen (No. 10), Greg Gollnitz (No. 13), Pat Swanson (No. 15), Tim Lehman (No. 16) and Ryan Miller (No. 18). Most team points taken: Dave Holzer and Dave Adams 14.5, Pat Swanson and Dave Willebrandt 13.5 and Tim Lehman and Doug Mason 13.

Hillview Golf Course

Wednesday Night Ladies League – Individual low gross: Tie Sandy Destro and Anita Lancor 43. Individual low net: Tie Jeanne Pagano and Sally Jo Wright 34. Team low gross: Lancor and Destro 86. Team low net: Kathy Hart and Wright 72. Fewest Putts: tie Brenda Hennessey and Destro 15. Closest to Pin: Destro (No. 5) and Pagano (No. 9). Birdies: Wright (No. 7) and Colleen Paradise (No. 4).

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Tuesday Night Men’s League – Low scores: Dennis Gawronski Sr. 39, Ken Kaus 39, Al Etzel 39, Jim Szalkowski 39. Top point winners: A-Flight: Etzel 7.5, B-Flight: Hector Alverio 7. C-Flight: Jerry Dziduch 7. D-Flight: Tony Nasca Sr. 8. Closest to the pin: Kaus (No. 5). A&B skins: Bill Aldrich (No. 2), Etzel (No. 3), Gawronski (No. 4), Carlos Troche (No. 5), Szalkowski (No. 6). C&D skins: Dziduch (No. 1), Bob Adams (No. 7) and Jeff Jagoda (No. 9).


Cassadaga Country Club

Using a 3-hybrid, Karl Brewer of Fairport scored a hole-in-one on the 165-yard par 3 hole No. 17 at Cassadaga Country Club. The shot was witnessed by his father in law, Bob Smith of Stockton.