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Olean Theatre Workshop Celebrates 20 Years

Senator Catharine Young (R,C,I - 57th District) presented Lesley Patrone (left) and Nick Patrone (right) with a special Proclamation honoring the Olean Theatre Workshop during the organization’s 20th anniversary celebration on Friday, January 20. Since opening in 1992, the Olean Theatre Workshop has served as a classroom for more than 1,600 students who want to learn theater. Throughout its 20 years, Olean Theatre Workshop presented over 125 productions, and young people continue to line up for the area’s longest-running theater education program. The theater also offers community poetry readings, films and ensemble plays.

Olean Community Theater Ovation Awards

Senator Catharine Young congratulated two Olean Community Theater Ovation Award winners at the organization’s 33rd Season Cocktail Reception on Thursday, January 12, 2012. Gus Napoleon, left, received the award for individual performance, and Bethany, right, accepted the corporate award on behalf of WPIG, which won for its promotion and support of the Olean Community Theater. Ovation Awards are a special recognition of thanks for long-time support.

Winter 2014-2015 Rural Futures Edition

The Legislative Commission on Rural Resources is proud to have published our Winter 2014-2015 Rural Futures Edition (click on the link below). We hope you find Rural Futures both interesting and informative. Please feel free to contact the Commission staff with any questions, comments or suggestions. Thank you!

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Senator Catharine Young Announces 2015 Earth Day Poster Contest

Contest aims to promote environmental awareness around the 45th Anniversary of Earth Day

 

 

ALBANY - Senator Catharine Young (R,C,I-Olean) is encouraging local students to take part in the New York State Senate’s 2015 Earth Day Poster Contest, a statewide competition to encourage awareness of environmental issues.

 

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Western New York Southtowns Scenic Byway Set to Expand into Cattaraugus County

Expansion of the byway will promote economic development and community pride

 

ALBANY – The Western New York Southtowns Scenic Byway (WNYSSB), which currently runs through the Towns of Aurora, Boston, Colden, Concord, East Aurora, Orchard Park and Springville, will soon be expanding into Cattaraugus County. Another 37 miles of roadway will be added to the existing byway corridor, bring added attention to northern Cattaraugus County’s resources, thus increasing community pride and boosting the local economy by promoting cultural, historic, and recreational tourism.

 

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