On Saturday, October 11, Holland American Legion and Federated Holland Garden Club members unveiled the Blue Star Memorial plaque that honors all men and women who have served, are currently serving, or plan to serve in the armed services of the United States. It sits at t eh Holland Cemetery on Main street, in tribute to our defenders.
Holland's American Legion Commander Gary Kingston and Garden Club members Chris Hausauer and Ruth Van Splunder worked together to bring the project to fruition. Hausauer served as chairman of the project.
The Arcade Fire Department got the go-ahead last week to begin the bidding process for a new pumper tanker. Chief Tom Beiersdorf and Second Assistant Chief Dave Bray attended the Village of Arcade board meeting October 7 to make the request.
The Genesee Country Village will host a trick-or-treat and meet-and-greet event with the ice princesses from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26.
The annual meeting of the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wyoming County will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 5 at the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wyoming County, 401 N. Main St., Warsaw. Contact the office at 786-2251 with any questions.
The Wyoming County Office for the Aging held its annual public hearing Thursday, Oct. 9 at the Veterans Memorial Building in Warsaw with over 75 senior citizens in attendance from around the county.
The Arts Council for Wyoming County is celebrating 40 years of promoting art and artists in 2015, but even though the festivities won’t really kick off until January, the Council is getting a head start with a drive to collect 40,000 boxes of crayons.
It's not even Halloween yet, and bats have already gotten into the mix — the sidewalk mix that is. Sidewalks on Church, Park and Main streets in Arcade that were due for construction this year have been delayed, while the NYSDOT investigates whether or not any Northern Long-Eared Bats will be affected by the work.
Village of Arcade
A public hearing on Tuesday, August 5 will tell whether or not Arcade residents are in favor of changing the traffic pattern at the Arcade Village Park.
Traffic and zoning issues dominated the June 16 meeting of the Arcade Town Board, with little resolution to either.
The Warsaw girls’ soccer team has been in need of anything but a loss with the regular season drawing to an end, and with a win and a tie this week, the Tigers are closer to a .500 record as they sit in prime position among Section V competition.
A new gym recently opened in Warsaw that offers a variety of martial arts and physical fitness classes.