Two agencies relocate in wake of Feb. 24 fire
DUNKIRK -- Chautauqua Works and the state Department of Labor have relocated to 407 Central Ave. following a Feb. 24 fire that destroyed their former offices in the Masonic Temple Building.
The new office has regular hours and will provide job search services and other career planning activities free of charge to area residents.
The Workforce Investment Board of Chautauqua County continues to look for a site large enough to house all the human services agencies that were in the One Stop location with Chautauqua Works and the Labor Department.
Customers seeking additional information can visit www.chautauquaworks.com or call 366-9015.
Easter egg hunt set Saturday at Youth Bureau
SALAMANCA -- The Salamanca City Youth Bureau and the Salamanca Area Chamber of Commerce will host an Easter egg hunt from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday sponsored at the Youth Bureau grounds at 36 South Ave.
It is open to children ages 10 and under, who will be grouped by age. Prizes will consist of 2,000 candy-filled eggs, compliments of the United Way. The Easter Bunny also will be present, along with Morton's petting zoo. The Salamanca Lions Club will provide refreshments.