JHS Class Of ’39 To Hold Reunion
Jamestown High School class of 1939 will hold its 75th reunion Friday, May 2, at noon at Friendly’s, 10 South Main St., Jamestown. Attendees will order from the menu. Call by April 18 if you plan to attend. Call Bob Rolph at 664-2472 or Joyce Bracey at 488-1757.
Kennedy Church Updating Photos
KENNEDY – Kennedy First United Methodist Church is updating its church directory and invites all families to be a part of it. Photographs will be taken by Lifetouch. Since there are fewer places to get family pictures taken, this is an opportunity for families to do so. Each family will get a free 8-by-10-inch picture with no obligation to purchase any others. By having a portrait taken, the church is able to get additional pages or features added to the books. This does not obligate you to have your picture in the directory. Sitting appointments can be made by calling the church office at 267-2645 or you can schedule it online through the church website, www.kennedy1stumc.org. Photographs will be taken 12:30-7 p.m. Friday, April 11, and 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, April 12. Appointments are required.
Southwestern Board To Meet
The Southwestern Central School Board of Education will hold a work session Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the high school library. The purpose of the meeting is to conduct school business. The public is invited to attend.
JPS Board To Meet Tuesday
The Jamestown Public Schools Board of Education will meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the board room at 197 Martin Road. The public is invited to attend.
TEA Party To Meet Tuesday
LAKEWOOD – Southern Tier TEA Party Patriots will hold its monthly general meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Lakewood American Legion, 174 Chautauqua Ave., Lakewood. Featured small business owner will be Vicki Aiken of Clip Joint Barber Shoppe. Further information will be presented about petitions for two possible upcoming referendums: a petition to remove the Common Core from New York state public schools, and the petition for Chautauqua County to secede from New York state, becoming part of Pennsylvania. Major presentation will be on energy independence and the electric grid. Members are reminded to participate with SCOPE in the April 1 rally in Albany to repeal the SAFE Act. Bus transportation is available. The public is invited to attend general meetings.
Emily Dickinson was one of 19th-century America’s greatest and most prolific poets. Dickinson also boasts another impressive honor: a large number of her poems have been set to music by hundreds of composers. The Emily Dickinson Singers of SUNY Fredonia will be performing a sample of Dickinson poems set to music and a baked treat as part of The Big Read. The performance will take place at The Reg Studio Theater, 108 E. Third St. in Jamestown on Wednesday from 7-8 p.m. The performance is free and open to the public.