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Friday, January 8, 2021


News Briefs

RATION WINE BAR ADDS IGLOO DINING -- The idea for them came from Jill Gould of Butter Meat Co. whose business is located at the corner (N. Main at Covington). The igloos are located behind the building. There is a $100 rental fee and come equipped with blankets and small electric heaters. In addition, Packages include: 6 course feast, $75/person; 4 course option at $50/person; and a 2 course option for $20/person. Sunday Morning Brunch 11:30 am to 2 pm, closes 8 pm. Open daily for evening hours, daytime hours on weekends. (585) 237-8581.

PERRY HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR REILLY WOLFANGER competed in the Fall Future Farmers of America Career Development Events'virtual floriculture conest and earned 8th place from among 70 competitors across NYS. Reilly answered questions on identifying flower varieties, gardening tools, and overall knowledge on horticulture. She is known locally for Silver Lake Sunnies' sunflower business that she and her sister Harley own and operate.

$20,000 WAS RAISED FOR THE AUTISM NATURE TRAIL (THE ANT) at Letchworth State Park last month. Funds were raised through John Kucko's Finger Lakes Region 2021 Calendar which went on sale late last summer. Check out the ANT website: autismnaturetrail.com.

THE VILLAGE OF PERRY BOARD MET on Monday, Jan. 4, 2021, and approved the formation of Silver Lake Trail Council, an extension of Perry Main Street Association with Mike Bellamy serving as chair. This is part of the "Trail Town" initiative undertaken by Letchworth Gateway Villages Initiative and a follow up to Silver Lake Trail's design. In coming weeks, people will be asked to serve on it.

WYOMING COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS CHAIRWOMAN REBECCA J. RYAN announced as of Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021, the Wyoming County Health Dept reports 1,257 lab-confirmed positive community cases of Covid-19 among Wyoming County residents. This is an increase of 28 cases from the last reported increase on Monday, Jan. 4, 2021.

DURING WEDNESDAY'S TAKE-OVER OF THE CAPITOL, Vice President Mike Pence's life was in jeopardy. The crowds were openly chanting, "Where's Mike Pence? ... Hang Mike Pence."

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