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Iroquois Genealogy Society

IGS Monthly Meeting Submitted by Leatha Jimerson We hope everyone is well and safe. It has been a difficult time for the community these past months. Please continue to keep busy outside tending the garden or yard, getting outside for a hike etc. It has been decided that we will have an IGS monthly meeting […]


Disability accepting paperwork only

By Leanna Leroy Seneca Nation Disability Services will now be accepting recertification paperwork only. We will begin accepting paperwork starting JUNE 1ST with all necessary precautions in place! FIRST: Call the office to arrange a pick up or to let us know if you are coming: Cattaraugus- 716-532-4900 Ext 5152Allegany- (FRIDAYS ONLY 10am-2pm) 716-945-8163 PLEASE […]


Happy Birthday!

If you see this 2020 ECLC Graduate, wish her a HAPPY 5TH BIRTHDAY !Gadëö:hoh’sta’ha’ (Kenlynne Lay) on July 2, 2020. (Kindergarten Bound – Class of 2033) Love you – XOXODad & Mom,Grandma & Poppa(Submitted by Evette Stevens)


Ja:goh Nizhoni Kennedy

Reprinted from Salamanca City Central School District Facebook page, June 9, 2020 Salamanca Senior Nizhoni Kennedy was presented with the Girls Basketball MVP award along with the League Championship plaque. Adam and Nizhoni were both league champions, league MVP’s. This is the first father daughter league MVP’s that we’ve had in Salamanca.


Golding addresses Council on Black Lives Matter

By Aaron Golding Nya:wëh Sge:nö, Aaron Golding gya:söh. Agegë’ge:ga:’ hae’gwah. My name is Aaron Golding. I am Beaver Clan. My mother is Antoinette Golding (Blueye). My grandmother is Kathryn Shongo. My grandfather is Ralph Blueye. My father’s name is John Golding. He is non-Native. His mother’s name is Jean Starr and my grandfather is Harold […]

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News From The Four Corners United Methodist Church

Rte. 438 and Versailles Plank Road, Cattaraugus Territory | Pastor – Rev. David Rood | 941-5703, Submitted by Marilyn Anderson Our world has drastically changed due to Covid-19, and we are constantly adjusting to the new “normal”. In the past few weeks, our communities have experienced deaths, graduations, employees returning to work, racial injustice […]