Are you a hard working, motivated young Seneca ages 14-25? The vision 20/20 summer internship is now accepting applicants for this years program! Enrolled Senecas ages 14-25 please complete applications and return ASAP.
The following is on the agenda for the State of the Nation Address which will take place at the Seneca Allegany Casino and Hotel Event Center on Saturday, March 21st, 2015:
|11:15||Iroquois Legion Post 1587 posts colors|
|11:20||Invocation by Blaine Tallchief|
|11:30||Welcome and Introduction by Stephen Gordon|
|11:40||Entertainment by Seneca Dancers|
Station of the Nation Address by President
Eagle Award Nomination
Take the Plunge! … Take the Challenge!
The 1st Annual WGWE Polar Bear Plunge will be held on Saturday April 18th from 11:30 – 1:30 at Allegany State Park, Red House area. The Challenge is On! WGWE wants YOU to put a team in the Plunge … all proceeds benefit Seneca Nation of Indians “Seneca Strong” – the campaign against drugs and alcohol.
It’s simple. Grab your co-workers, people who belong in a group or organization – organize a team. Then have each team member get pledges, with $25 minimum pledge per person – to support their “Polar Plunge” efforts. All money raised will benefit SNI Seneca Strong.
On Plunge day, April 18th, registration opens at 10:30 a.m. Captains of your team should collect Team Members’ pledge sheets and money and turn in at registration desk. Each participant must register to participate.
Just contact Katie at WGWE, 716-945-5801; email: email@example.com or facebook/WGWE105.9FM. Register your team. Get your Polar Pledge packet with rules and pledge sheets.
WGWE’s Polar Bear Plunge is being co-sponsored by Seneca Salamanca Chamber of Commerce & Allegany State Park.
TAKE THE PLUNGE! Challenge Others To Do the Same! Please see attached forms for full rules and forms.
Rochester Knighthawks Vs Edmonton Rush Saturday, March 28th at 7:30pm. Tickets can be purchased at the CCC front desk for $10.00 each. Tickets can also be preordered online.
The Seneca Language class at the Saylor community building regularly scheduled for (tonight) March 17th, has been cancelled. Classes will resume next Tuesday at their regularly scheduled time of 6pm.
The Seneca Allegany Department of Education will be offering Saturday tutoring sessions for grades K-12 from 12pm-2pm. For more info please contact Gerald Jimerson at 716-945-1790 ext. 3110 or email him at Gerald.Jimerson@sni.org
Cattaraugus-Allegany BOCES will have a number of career and technical classes starting soon including: HVAC, Heavy Equipment, Machining, Residential Wiring, Welding, and Masonry. Those who are interested please see the attached document for dates and more information.
Financial aide is available for eligible participants of SNI Employment & Training. Contact Bianca Wright @ 716-945-8120.
The winners of the Friday the 13th Giveaway were:
- Jordan Acevedo
- David Barsky
- Rachel Crouse
- Chris Denea
- Randy Gates
- Ronny Hulse
- Doug Jimerson
- Jason John
- Bradley Lewis
- Keesta McCray
- Bevetta Reason
- Douglas Perkins
- Michele Thompson
Second Emergency HEAP Benefits are now available:
Effective immediately, there is a one (1) Second Emergency Benefit available for Heat (natural gas, electric heat, oil, etc.), and one (1) Second Emergency Benefit available for Heat–Related Electric (electricity that is needed to run primary heating equipment- thermostat, furnace, etc.), if client already received their First Emergency Benefit and has a current shut off notice or low fuel supply.
Complete HEAP information, including application guidelines and methods, is available by visiting www.erie.gov, and clicking the HEAP link at the bottom of the page.
Friday, March 27, 2015 is the closing date for all Regular & Emergency HEAP Benefits.
The Regular Benefit is for a household’s main source of heat. A shut off notice or low fuel supply is not required. Walk in applications will be accepted until 4pm on 3/27. Mail in & on line applications will be accepted if postmarked or submitted on or before 3/27.
Emergency Benefits are available for a household’s main source of heat (if service is off, or if there is a shut off notice or low fuel supply), and for “heat related” electric (if electricity is needed to run heating equipment, thermostat, furnace fan, etc.). For emergency assistance, clients are encouraged to visit the HEAP Office at 478 Main St., Buffalo, 8am-4pm, or call the HEAP Hotline at 858-7644.
The following HEAP components will remain open:
- The HEAP hotline is available year round to assist with inquiries about applications filed during the season, and to provide information about other programsavailable to assist if HEAP is unavailable.
- A HEAP Cooling Assistance (Air Conditioner) component is tentatively scheduled to open April 1, 2015 for households containing an individual with a medical condition exacerbated by extreme heat. You will receive an email with details and complete guidelines.
- Weatherization Assistance Program, EmPower NY, and energy related home repair referral components remain open.
- HEAP “early outreach” mail out of applications for the 2015-16 season, to select households, is expected to commence in August 2015.
- HEAP Auto pay process for 2015-16, for households in receipt of SNAP or TA, is expected to commence in September 2015.
- The Furnace Repair/Replacement component is closed, but is expected to re-open in the Fall.
Men's activity for all interested older adults. We will participate in a different activity each month to have some fun and get a little exercise. March will be ping pong, April will be Pickleball... Stop down and enjoy our beautiful facility!
This is a list of important dates/events that are upcoming and sponsored by the Seneca Allegany Department of Education. There is an event/meeting for everyone to take interest in, so please mark your calendars! Permission forms are attached.
All ages welcome! We will be working on basic boxing training, self defense and conditioning. Will take place every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday nights from 6-7pm. See flyer for complete details.