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50th-annual Chamber Clambake returns June 13, event to celebrate the start of summer
Officials at Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce have set the 50th-Annual Clambake for Chamber members and guests for Wednesday, June 13, in downtown Olean.
“This festive gathering represents the traditional start of the summer season in our community and offers fun, fine food and prizes,” said Meme K. Yanetsko, the Chamber’s COO.
OMNIS Technologies, the presenting sponsor of the Clambake, and the Chamber’s 54 corporate sponsors are hosting this landmark numbered event.
“When our Clambake Committee met and discussed what to do to celebrate the 50 anniversary of this member event, we thought, ‘Why not host it right downtown around and on one of the roundabouts in the newly constructed downtown?’” Yanetsko said. “Yes, we are shutting down one of the major streets in Olean for more than nine hours, however, working with the City of Olean, traffic will be rerouted and all should go off without a hitch.”
In case of inclement weather, the Clambake will be moved entirely onto the campus of Jamestown Community College. That decision will be announced on June 12 at noon.
Chamber member Good Times of Olean will serve up raw clams, steamed clams, clam chowders, clams casino, and shrimp cocktail. The menu will also include Italian sausage, beef on weck, assorted desserts, meatballs, hotdogs, hamburgers, pasta salad, and more. Draft beer from Sanzo Beverage and Certo Brothers will be available, as well as soft drinks and water.
As it is the 50th-Annual Clambake, some special events are in store, including recognition of St. Bonaventure University’s Sr. Margaret Carney, O.S.F., and Men’s Basketball Head Coach Mark Schmidt; the first 600 people to the Clambake receive a commemorative Clambake mug; and a 25 bottle wine auction with auctioneer Nate Smith. Proceeds from the auction will benefit the JCC Alumni Scholarship Fund at JCC-Olean.
Tickets are $60 for Chamber members and $75 for non-members. For more information or to purchase tickets, please contact the Chamber at 372-4433 or email email@example.com.
Summer movie fest slated for downtown Olean
Get your popcorn ready.
The community is invited to enjoy a new outdoor movie series in downtown Olean this summer.
Dubbed “The Pop-Up Cinema,” the six-week film series is scheduled every Saturday night at dusk between June 23 and July 28. Movies will be shown on an inflatable screen set up on the lawn between the former rail depot and the library at Jamestown Community College’s campus in Olean, 260 N. Union St.
The summer movie series is a collaboration between Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce, Olean Area Federal Credit Union, Jamestown Community College, and Cattaraugus Region Community Foundation.
“Through the Walkable Olean project and the initiative of many businesses that line North Union Street, the city’s downtown is starting to see a resurgence and a nightlife,” said Christopher Michel, the Chamber’s director of marketing and communication who spearheaded creation of the series. “Part of the Chamber’s mission is to help foster a new vibrancy to downtown Olean. The Pop-Up Cinema will be a great complement to what’s happening downtown and give families and movie buffs another reason to visit North Union this summer.”
The schedule of movie viewings is as follows:
June 23, Despicable Me 3
June 30, Thor: Ragnarok
July 7, Star Wars: The Last Jedi
July 14, Wonder
July 21, The Wizard of Oz
July 27, Jurassic Park
The screenings are completely free to attend.
“The only thing you need to bring is something to sit on,” Michel said.
The Pop-Up Cinema would not be possible if it were not for the support of those partnering with the Chamber on this initiative.
“Olean Area Federal Credit Union is excited to work with the Chamber, JCC and the Cattaraugus Region Community Foundation to bring this summer event to downtown Olean,” said Audra Stevens, the Credit Union’s manager of sales and marketing. The Credit Union is providing the equipment to play the movies. “We’ve shown movies in the Credit Union’s Wayne Street parking lot the last couple of years and saw crowds of upward of 500. We are excited to see what our expanded venture will bring.”
For John Sayegh, hosting upcoming outdoor film festival on JCC’s local campus is representative of the college’s commitment to Olean and its downtown revitalization.
“We are living up to the promise to support the community and try to meet its expectations,” Sayegh, vice president of JCC’s Cattaraugus County Campus, said. “We are delighted to share our resources and human capital in support of community and civic projects like this.”
The movie series is funded in part by a $2,000 grant from the Cattaraugus Region Community Foundation’s Community Fund.
“We are encouraged by all that has been happening with Olean’s downtown revitalization, and our board of directors sees the importance of supporting those efforts,” said Karen Niemic Buchheit, the foundation’s executive director. “They saw this project as a means attracting families to our downtown for an enjoyable evening, patronize its businesses both new and old, and embrace the spirit of revitalization.”
In case of inclement weather, movies will be screened the same evening inside JCC’s Cutco Theater at 8 p.m. Restrooms will be available. Alcohol and pets are prohibited at the events.
For more information on the Pop-Up Cinema, contact the Chamber at 716-372-4433.
Eden Heights celebrates 30 years
This month Eden Heights of Olean celebrates 30 years of providing Olean and the surrounding communities in Cattaraugus County and several Pennsylvania residents with a caring, comfortable, and active assisted living community. Since opening their doors to the first resident on May 24, 1988, Eden Heights has housed approximately 1,250 residents.
“We want to thank the residents, family members of residents, community members, and businesses, that have supported Eden Heights throughout the years!,” stated Danielle DeLong, Community Development Director for Eden Heights, “We’ve celebrated our anniversary this month with a Spirit Week for residents and staff, provided a lunch pick-up with community partners, and in July we will host a Luau for the residents and their families.”
Life for the residents of Eden Heights includes: three restaurant-style meals daily, housekeeping and laundry services, on-site beauty parlor, daily activities including live music and group trips, and an ice-cream parlor. Personal care services, such as help showering, dressing, medication reminders, and — most importantly — 24/7 on-site nursing staff, are available to residents.
In October ‘98, Eden Heights introduced a secure memory care unit. In the memory care community, residents with Alzheimer’s and dementia diagnosis are provided a smaller, more intimate, community of their own that is sensitive to meeting those needs of someone with the diagnosis while providing all the services provided in the standard assisted community.
Eden Heights was owned by the Brunsings for the first 23 years of business before becoming a Premier Senior Living community seven years ago. Eden Heights maintains active relationships in the Olean community with local physicians, rehab and skilled nursing facilities, Olean General Hospital, Total Senior Care, and several other local businesses.
For more information on Eden Heights, please call 716-372-4466 or stop in for a tour.
Congratulations are in order
Congratulations to Vic Vena, who this month celebrates 15 years of ownership of Allen’s Wine and Liquor. Here’s to another 15 years of success!
Kayak raffle the benefit Directions in Independent Living
Directions in Independent Living is holding a kayak raffle. Tickets are $5 each or three for $10. The 10 foot-long kayak is a Third Coast Arbor 100 series with a deluxe seat back, adjustable foot brace systems, paddle, and two hatches. Tickets can be purchased at the Chamber, Directions’ office on West State Street or at the upcoming Corporate Challenge. The drawing is scheduled for 1 p.m., June 22.
New merchandise at the Chamber
The Chamber has plenty of ways to wear your love of Olean. At our office, we have various t-shirts, long-sleeve shirts and even onesies available in a variety of colors, sizes and prices. The Chamber also has stress relief balls in the shape of an acorn, with squirrel-shaped ones on the way soon. The acorns are $4 each or three for $10.
CABOCES Career and Technical Education Center seeks speakers
In order to better prepare students for the real world, staff at CABOCES Career and Technical Education Center in Olean are developing a new program aimed at improving soft skills and job readiness. Can you or someone at your company lend a hand in helping the next generation --perhaps by speaking to students or running a workshop? If you are interested, we can be contacted at (716) 376-8200 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com.
Chamber seeks an assist for 2018 Macker tourney
The Olean installment of the Gus Macker 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament, America's largest outdoor basketball competition, is scheduled Aug. 17 to 19. The Chamber is anticipating 250 teams and 8,000 spectators from a 100-mile radius to attend the three-day event. Last year, the local tournament had 200 teams play with 748 registered players.
For this year’s tourney to be a success, the Chamber needs a few assists. Meme K. Yanetsko, the Chamber’s COO, notes that sponsorship is a popular way to support Olean’s Macker, and there are various sponsorship levels to choose from.
“Please consider participation through a sponsorship and know that your sponsorship fee will be used directly to manage this event with excess revenue being brought back out to non-profit organizations,” Yanetsko said. Contact the Chamber for more information on sponsorship options.
There are several in-kind sponsorship options available as well. If you own a restaurant, the Chamber would accept gifts cards to your establishment as payment toward the various sponsorship levels. Businesses can also donate items such as bottled water, sports drinks, sandwiches/subs or pizza, or make a donation of time, in exchange for sponsorship status.
“The Chamber would like to thank its 54 corporate sponsors who have stepped up and funded the $10,000 tournament fee to Macker National for our 2018 event,” Yanetsko added.
Gus Macker 3-on-3 Basketball is America's largest outdoor basketball tournament. The Macker Tournament is designed so that anyone can play: male or female, young and old, short and tall, experience or no experience at all. Since 1987, the Macker tour has grown and held a total of 972 tournaments with more than 2.2 million players and 23 million spectators.
For more information, please call the Chamber at 716-372-4433 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
New route set for annual Corporate Challenge 5k
The eighth-annual Southern Tier Corporate Challenge Run/Walk is scheduled for June 21 at the Cattaraugus County Campus of Jamestown Community College. Challenge hosts, the Olean High School Sports Boosters and the Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce invite all organizations, businesses and companies to participate in this wellness event.
The 3.1 mile run/ two mile walk was introduced to the community by the Chamber with the goal of promoting team-building, fitness and friendly competition.
"The Corporate Challenge allows local businesses to compete in a participative and competitive basis, while promoting fitness and corporate camaraderie," said Erica Dreher, the Chamber’s member outreach associate. “The running route that was used toured around east Olean with a start/finish at JCC. This year, from requests from participants, the running route has been changed.”
The race will start at the front parking lot of JCC and be in North Union Street from the roundabout until Laurens Street. From there, the route goes Washington to the Allegheny River Valley Trail, right toward Constitution Avenue, continues on the trail extension behind Sub-Con/InTandem, to Wayne Street, to the trail along Olean High School sports fields, to First Street to North Union and back to JCC through the arch entrance.
The registration fee is $20 per participant and if registered by June 6, includes a race promo item, refreshments, and entrance to after party with live music.
Sponsors for the Corporate Challenge include OMNIS Technologies, BlueCross/BlueShield of Western New York, The Mix 101.5 / WMXO, Sanzo Beverages, Pepsi Bottling Company of Jamestown, and Constellation.
Teams can compete for the The Most Spirited Team Award, which considers team dress coordination, cheering for all participants, spirit during the challenge. You may not have the fastest runners in the field, but your team can still come out a winner by entering the Logo Design Contest. Let your creative juices flow and come up with a design that incorporates either the series logo, full event name or any other element of the race (event location, city name, etc.). This is only a logo design. The winning design may be used in future events as the race logo.
Back again to this year’s challenge is the Corporate Cereal Challenge. Event organizers are teaming up with the Olean Food Pantry and encouraging companies participating to collect boxes of cereal to donate. Last year’s challenge saw 2,423 boxes of cereal donated.
To be included in the cereal challenge, email email@example.com that your company will be collecting cereal, collect at your business now until June 15, and turn in the cereal at the food pantry. The challenge will have two awards: Most Boxes Donated and Most Boxes per Employee Donated.
For more information or registration details, call the Chamber at 716-372-4433 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Archbishop Walsh Academy announces top students in 2018 graduating class
Archbishop Walsh Academy is pleased to announce the Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the graduating Class of 2018. The Valedictorian is Sophia Garvin, and the Salutatorian is Aliyah Tejera. Both graduates will be recognized during commencement ceremonies scheduled for 6 p.m. on June 1 at the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts on the campus of St. Bonaventure University.
Valedictorian Sophia Garvin is graduating as a diploma candidate in the International Baccalaureate Degree Programme She has completed requirements for an Advanced Regents Diploma through the New York State Regents program. Sophia is also a member of the National Honor Society and president of the Archbishop Walsh Chapter. Her parents are Mary Beth and Eric Garvin of Olean.
Sophia has achieved special recognition receiving the County Youth Citizenship Award and being a member of the Olean Youth and Recreation Advisory Board for 3 years. She was also recognized as an Outstanding National Honor Society Member by her NHS peers at the Cattaraugus County National Honor Society Banquet. In addition, Sophia is a member of the Interact Club, serving as secretary of the group. She has also contributed to her school community as a member of the varsity volleyball team, tennis club, pep club, and drama club.
Sophia’s unweighted GPA is 96.352, and her weighted GPA is 99.264. She plans to attend Allegheny College in the fall where she has been accepted into the Early Acceptance Program for LECOM's College of Osteopathic Medicine and the Global Citizens Scholar Program, majoring in environmental studies and science.
Salutatorian Aliyah Tejera is graduating as a diploma candidate in the International Baccalaureate Degree Programme. Aliyah has completed requirements for an Advanced Regents Diploma through the New York State Regents program, is also a member of the National Honor Society, and has served as treasurer of the Archbishop Walsh chapter.
Aliyah has consistently been on the high honor roll throughout high school. As a junior, Aliyah was awarded the RIT Innovation and Creativity Award for academic achievement and creativity and was also nominated for The University of Rochester’s Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass Award for demonstrated commitment to understanding and addressing difficult social issues. Aliyah has been a member of the Interact Club for three years, holding the office of treasurer, and is an award-winning artist whose artistic talent and creativity are widely recognized. Aliyah is the child of Elisa and Leo Tejera of Olean, and Jody Peterson, of Olean.
Aliyah’s unweighted GPA is 96.019, with a weighted GPA of 98.910, and plans to attend the State University of New York at Geneseo in the fall majoring in geophysics.
Archbishop Walsh congratulates both Sophia and Aliyah on their outstanding academic achievements.
Acme Business under new management
Under the direction of James E. Finch, Jr., a senior level networking and cybersecurity veteran, Acme Business will begin to offer the business community a level of productivity solutions. Finch’s appreciation for the greater Olean community was the driving force in his acquisition of Acme earlier this year.
In taking over the business, Finch hopes to become part of the growing initiatives to rebuild the Olean area and encourage businesses to plant their roots and flourish in the Enchanted Mountains. Finch plans to bring Acme’s long-established business model full circle and expects the company to play an integral role in maximizing productivity within the vast array of industries that it serves.
Finch, an Olean native, received a bachelor’s degree from Elmira college and master’s degree in technology management and leadership from the University of Denver. Finch has continued his education in obtaining a number of Microsoft certifications allowing him to perform more effectively and better serve clients.
He previously worked at Jamestown Community College where he taught and developed courses on computing ethics, software applications and networking. In 2003 Mr. Finch became the chief information officer for St. James Mercy Health, a hospital of the conglomerate of Catholic Health. Under Finch’s direction, the hospital completed a major migration from a mainframe computing network to a client-server based Meditek platform. Finch also oversaw a four-million-dollar Cisco infrastructure upgrade which enhanced information technology capabilities across 13 facilities. His achievements extend to the operating and most critical patient care rooms where he implemented recording practices and worked to restructure the organization’s critical patient care processes such as DNR documentation. Finch’s work at St. James did not stop in the world of IT and networking. He served on the hospital’s safety and ethics board which made ethical end of life decisions for those who were not of sound capacity to do so.
Finch’s work in the healthcare field took him to other rural hospitals, one of which was one mile from the annual NASCAR Race at Watkins Glenn. Finch implemented the organizations first 64 slice cat-scan imagery system and integrated state of the art software to more accurately score medical records with folks connected and scoring from other countries under secure communications. Serving also as the chief security officer, Finch oversaw projects that worked to strengthen medical record privacy and security management processes for the greater Rochester region.
Finch later became the network and systems administrator for local government where he served as the Department of Homeland Security Technology Lead.. Most recently, Finch served law enforcement agencies across the southern tier at local, county, and state levels. His forensic analysis expertise and leadership capabilities in network and cybersecurity technology allow the agencies to perform at more effective and optimal levels.
Finch finds his work-life balance with his wife of 17 years. The couple raises organic grass-fed angus beef cattle and are proud parents of a daughter, Maeve. Mr. Finch serves on the
Cattaraugus County Agriculture and Farmland Board, the Parish Cabinet at St. Bonaventure Church and Cattaraugus County Farm Bureau’s Board of Directors and is also involved with Leadership Cattaraugus.
Nominations sought for 2018 Taste of Olean Hospitality Wall of Fame
Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce and its Taste of Olean Event Committee are now accepting nominations for the 2018 Taste of Olean Hospitality Wall of Fame Awards program.
The Hospitality Wall of Fame recognizes individuals and/or businesses who have made a significant contribution and given exceptional service to the food service/ hospitality industry in the past and who may continue to do so. The deadline for this year's awards nominations is June 20.
“Olean is famous for its exquisite cuisine and fine dining. We are honored to recognize those folks that put Olean on the food map,” said Meme Krahe Yanetsko, the Chamber’s COO. “As a community we are proud that the Greater Olean area restaurants have succeeded in excelling at all the most important elements of a great restaurant — inviting atmosphere, friendly staff and impeccable food in a stylish artistic presentation and its innovative flavor combination.”
The Taste of Olean Hospitality Awards are open to any commercial, independent, corporate and franchise foodservice/restaurant company and/or individual, in any service format, regardless of size in the greater Olean area. Winners can be an owner, manager, wait staff and other food service employees. A panel of independent judges will assess the nominations using the following judging criteria:
•Minimum of five years commitment to the food service industry in the Olean area
•Has made significant contributions to the industry
•Food service has to be located/was located in the greater Olean area, which includes Olean, Allegany, Hinsdale, Portville, and Westons Mills.
•Be a successful member of the foodservice, hospitality or related industries
•Must have exhibited outstanding service and contributions to the industry and our greater Olean area community.
The winners of the Taste of Olean Hospitality Awards will be announced on June 22 and recognized during the 28th Taste of Olean on July 22 at War Veterans Park, 551 E. State St., Olean.
Past inductees to the Hospitality Wall of Fame include: Guerino “Butch” Butchello and Chef Anthony Lentola from the Castle Restaurant; Chef Pasquale “Patsy” Piccioli; John Sawaya; Sr.; Carl Iseman; Louis and Nancy Giannechini; Lucia “Lou” Bardenett; William “Bill” Augostini; Quinto and Dora Bagazzoli; Nicholas “Nick” Fratarcangelo; Louis Marra; Daniel Fessenden, Robert Styles, Tony Bassano, Jim McAfee, Neil and Denis Goodemote; Paul and Mary Psathas; Anthony Zampogna; James Pappas; Lou Russo; Nick Livoto; Steve Hollowell; Jackie Attard; John Malara; Richard Marcus; Louis V., ‘Little Louie,’ Marra; Eugene Stopha, Jack Coffey, Louis Frungillo Sr., Richard ‘Richie’ Piccioli, MarLayne Robinson, John M. ‘Mac’ Sue, Tom Weatherell, Joseph Marra, John & Karol Long, Anthony Fratercangelo, James ‘Jim’ Hastas, Mike & PJ McAfee, Anthony Procacci, Paul & Lisa Marra, and Ola May Gayton.
To learn more about the Wall of Fame program and to download nomination information and forms, please visit www.oleanny.com.
Welcome new Chamber members!
M&T Bank, 2604 W. State St., Olean NY 14760, 716-376-1701
Olean PC Repair and Security Cameras by Joe Duplechian, 320 N. 18th St., Olean NY 14760, 285-323-2537
Dragonfly Boutique, 127 M. Union St., Olean NY 14760, 716-379-8655
YMCA Bradford, 24 West Corydon St., Bradford PA 16701, 814-368-4235 ext. 127
Great Lakes Medicare Solutions, 474 Fairmount Ave., Jamestown NY 14701, 716-289-8874
Landworks, 1541 O-P Rd., Olean NY 14760, 716-372-3003
Raymour & Flanigan Furniture/Mattresses, 802 West State St., Olean NY 14760, 716-372-9200
Linda Whitman, PO Box 142, 108 Academy St., Shinglehouse PA 16748, 814-679-7937
Pepsi Bottling Group, 2224 Washington St., Jamestown NY 14701, 716-485-2200
Alzheimer’s Association, 2805 Wehrle Dr., Williamsville NY 14221, 716-626-0600
Olean Business Development seeks input on consulting series, workshops
For the last year, Olean Business Development has offered free, 30-minute consulting sessions with experts on a variety of topics. In order to better serve the business community and align topics with need, OBD is looking for your input.
This survey should take about 5 minutes to complete and your answers will be kept confidential. You will not be contacted about your answers or the results of this survey.
Here's a link to the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5TJJWWJ
Thank you in advance for your participation.
Healthy eating starts with Canticle Farm
Do you want your family to eat local, healthy foods but do not have the time to plant a garden? Simplify your life and subscribe to a spring share at Canticle Farm; your backyard garden without the work.
Become a shareholder and receive more than 30 varieties of Certified Naturally Grown vegetables throughout the growing seasons of spring, summer, and fall. The spring share begins May 8.
A Canticle Farm fresh, weekly supply of homegrown produce offers the benefits of:
• Learning about vegetables and their preparation?
• Getting your produce straight from the farm?
• Knowing who grows your food and how it’s harvested ?
• Receiving a weekly newsletter with quick and easy recipes.?
To get garden fresh vegetables every week, choose the size of the share, small or large, that is right for you or your family.
Canticle Farm is a not-for-profit community supported farm founded and sponsored by the Franciscan Sisters of Allegany.
Registrations for a share may be found www.canticlefarm.org, or at Canticle Farm Market in Allegany. For more information contact Canticle Farm at 716-373- 0200 ext. 3358, or email email@example.com.
First StrOlean of 2018 coming up June 8
The newest street festival in the greater Olean area returns three times this year.
Launched by Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce in August 2017, StrOlean is scheduled for June 8, Aug. 17, and Oct. 26 in downtown Olean.
“We are encouraging businesses, nonprofits and school groups to start planning now to participate in one or all StrOleans,” stated Meme K. Yanetsko, the Chamber’s COO.
StrOlean, an event reminiscent of Farm City Days, is meant to bring people to Olean’s North Union Street for an evening of food, music, fine arts, classic cars and fun for all ages.
The first StrOlean was a huge success with more than 70 organizations and businesses lining North Union Street, offering special sales and small events to the thousands who visited downtown Olean that evening.
“There are many ways to participate at StrOlean, which can be fundraisers,” Yanetsko added.
POPUP MARKET: If your business is a brick and mortar store, the Chamber would like for you to host an event outside your store, host sales/info table inside/outside your store, or if you are a restaurant, we would like you to vend outside your store. As an existing storefront, there is no fee to participate, but the Chamber asks you to fill out the application.
For those wishing to vend on North Union/State Streets, the Pop Up Market will include arts & crafts, artisans, catalog/home party, farm market stands, artwork, and jewelry among other things.
EVENT ORGANIZER: Is your organization looking for a fundraiser event? The Chamber is also encouraging organizations to come on down and create an event that would benefit their organization. StrOlean would love to have organizations host events during the day such as: a planned walk, story time, a tasting station, a sport demonstrations, 5K/1K fun run, outside fitness class, strolling chorus, children’s activities, and a bunch of other ideas. There would be no charge to run the event. The event would be included in the overall promotion, poster, Facebook, etc. The Chamber suggests those organizing events do some small promotion and market to their captive audience.
During the August 2017 StrOlean, events included a tire flipping competition, an outside yoga class, story time, roller derby with a track for bouts at the Olean Center Mall parking lot, a make and take craft class, a car show, “Battle of the Lips,” a planned walk, and a scavenger hunt.
FOOD SPOT: The Chamber is encouraging food vendors to come and serve up some food. There is an application for those businesses wishing to open a food spot during StrOlean. An existing restaurant will still need to fill out the food application.
For more information or registration forms, please call the Chamber at 716-372-4433 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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