Food Truck To Visit Ashville

ASHVILLE – The Western NY Food Express Truck out of Buffalo will be at the Ashville United Methodist Church on Tuesday, from noon-1:30 p.m. and reopens from 3:30-5 p.m. There is no charge for the fresh produce or other items that will be available. The WNY Food Bank supplies many areas in WNY with express trucks and for this site you need to show proof of address that you reside at one of the following ZIP codes: Ashville 14710, Bemus Point 14712, Celoron 14720, Lakewood 14750, Niobe 14758, Panama 14767 and Stow 14785. Please bring your own bags.

Thrift Store To Close This Week

St. James Thrift Store, 141 Institute St., Jamestown, will be closed this week for the holiday. The store will reopen Wednesday, July 10. Hours are Wednesday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. RSVP volunteers will be on hand to help customers. Price remains $2 per bag. Proceeds are used to help those in need.

Zoning Board To Meet Wednesday

RANDOLPH – The Town of Randolph Zoning Board of Appeals will meet in the Randolph Municipal building Wednesday at 7 p.m. to hear a request for a special-use permit from Randolph Business Partners to construct a 6-foot-high fence at 1 Bank St.

Prayer Service Set For Fourth Of July

KIANTONE – The Prayer for America service will be held on July 4 at 7 p.m. at the Kiantone Congregational Church. The service will include the giving of thanks to God for the liberties and blessings he has provided. There will be prayers of intercession for the nation to heed the voice of God and turn from ways displeasing to him. All are welcome to come.

SWCS Class Of ’73 To Reunite

The Southwestern Central School class of 1973 has scheduled its 40th class reunion to be held at Shaggy’s See-Zurh House in Bemus Point, the evening of July 6. If you are a 1973 graduate or parent of a graduate, pass this information on to out of town graduates. Contact Lori Johnson at or 925-487-0840. The class is looking for many other fellow graduates and teachers from 1973 to attend. The cost is $20 cash at the door; last minute walk-in 1973 graduates are welcome to attend.

Learn To Bike

Program To Begin

WARREN – The Barber National Institute will sponsor a four-week learn-to-bike program in Warren starting July 6. Sessions will be at 9 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. at the Warren YMCA, 212 Lexington Ave., Warren, on Saturdays, July 6, 13, 20 and 27. The program is ideal for youngsters and young adults with special needs including autism, Down syndrome, mild cerebral palsy, sensory issues, developmental delays or behavioral issues. The bike camp also helps typically developing children who have not been able to make the transition to riding without training wheels. The cost for the program is $95, which may be covered through an FSS allocation. Families may also apply for grants to provide full or partial scholarships. Participants should have a bike and helmet, but a limited number may be available for use. For more information, call 874-5671 or visit