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Chronicle-express. (Penn Yan, N.Y.) 1926-current, June 30, 2004, Image 2

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I Pag~ 2A • The Chronicle-Express Wednesday, June 30, 2004 Giles' Show 'n Go Car Show and parade tonight Fox Run Vineyards is featured in Time Magazine DUNDEE-Tonight, Wednesday,June30, theGiles' Show 'N Go Car Show and Parade is free and on tap for your enjoyment. Classics, cus- toms, rods, tnJCks, Amencan and foreign sportscars and motorcycles are welcome. !h~ show will take place m Giles ShurFine parking lots, with overflow in the Methodist Church lot, all on New York State Route 14A/WaterStreet in downtown Dundee. Earlv arrivals are asked tt' park in\ the Methodist Church lot, which will be available at 4p.m.Giles' southparkinglot will be open for shoppers un- til 6 p.m.; the north lot will close at 5:30 p.m. for show parking. Giles' Fuod Mart will close early at 6 p.m. Entries will be judged in six classes: American Sporb Car, Classic Car, Foreign Sports Car, Hot Rod, Motor· cycle, Race Car, Sports Car and Truck. Additionallv,a tro- phy will be awarded. to tht> oldest vehicle present and those displaying vehicles will determine the Exhibitor'' Chamber to host Eggs & Issues PENN Y AN- The Y ate:. County Chamber of Com- merce is pleased to announce it will host an Eggs & b~ue' forum on Thursday, july 15 at Lakeside Country Club. The event will begin at 7:3ll a.m. The program for the morn- ing will be a presentation about the planned Commu- nity Center. Amy Leisenfelder, recently hired executive director of Yates Cultural and Recreational Resources, Inc. (YCRR) and her Board will be on hand to fully explain the project. The mission of YCRR, Inc. is to enhance the phy~ical and mental well being of Yates County residents by promot- ing the providing cultural, recreational, athletic and edu· cational opportunitie~. By w- operatjng with other commu· nity and governmental orga- nizations, they will assure implementation and success of a Yates Cultural and Com- munity Center. The facility-----€xpected to cost about $3.6 million-will be open to all Yates County residents and is expected to offer programs for all age groups. The YCRR has cited sev- eral reasons for the center, in- cluding extremely limited gym facilities in the area; lim- ited convenient, affordable exercise facilities; few safe places for social interaction among youths; limited expo- sure to arts and cultural op- portunities; and inadequate performance and rehearsal space. Yearly operational costs are expected to be about $450,000. The village's boat launch site hils been targeted as one of the potential sites, though no decision has been made on a location. The organization has been \quietly\ raising funds through private contributions, has intensified efforts to launch a capital campaign this summer. For information on becoming a Community Leader or making a donation, YCRR, Inc. can be reached at aleisenfelder@adelphia.netor by calling (315)694-1071. Reservations for the event are mandatory and the pro- gram, including breakfast, is just $10. Call the Chamber of- fice at (315)536-3111 or e-mail donna@yatesny.com to make reservations. USPS • 109-960 • The Chronicle- Express is published everyWednes· day, with the exception of some holiday weeks when it is published on Tuesday. by Liberty Group New York Holdings, Inc. Offices are maintained at 138 Main St., Penn Van, NY 14527. Subscription rates: 12 months· $33.00; 24 months· $53.00. Single copy at newsstand 75¢.-0ufsidethe continental United ·Slat~~. phone 1or current subscrip- tion rale:s. . . . $e,bMCiass officialentry atPimn Yan,.New York Post Office 14527 . . PQSJ~ASTER: Send address :c~~l\gesloThe Chronicle-Express, 13&<Maiil St,,.RennYan .. NY 14527. :o.::-·::~:·~~-t~:·._; ·, . . :.: ... · - .• :: ... - •. ~ .. '\. \ .. .' .. ; Choice Award. Lots of door prizes will be awarded and 50 /50s will run throughout the evening. Music provided by Sheldon Gibson and food, beverage> and snacks by' local not-for- profit groups will round out the festive atmosphere. At 8:45 p.m., participants will parade their vehicle:, around town. Cars will lea\·e Giles' lots, be directed easton Harp ending, south Dn G<trfield and Edwina strt>t'b, west on Hollister, south on NYS Route 14A, west tm Chambers, north on Franklin along Bridge tL' Union, then nnrth on Washington, back ttnl'ard the Village on Rt. 14A tD disperse toward home. Those who wish to ~hare a final tune-up tip or perfm- rnance fib can reconvene at Gile:;' after the parade. If you can't come down to the show, take a minute to wave at the parade cars as they pass down your street and cheer them along the route. See you there! PENN Y AN - Fox Run Vineyards located on the west -shoreofbeautiful Seneca Lake i~ featured in the June 28,2004 issue of Time Magazine in an article about the Finger Lakes reg1on. \This is a very exciting op- portunity for Fox Run as well a:-other Finger Lakes destina- tiuns to be showcased in such a well known and respected publication such as Time Magazine. This is an opportu- nitv for Times readers to be- come familiar with Fox Run and encourages them to come and visit us\ says Scott Osborn, President of Fox Run Vineyards. In the article \A trip to the Finger Lakes yields tasty sur- prises\ by Alice Feiring, Time Magazine names Fox Run as one of the preferred wineries on Seneca Lake an also men· tions it's aruma! Garlic Festi- val in it's very positive and exciting article about the Fin- ger Lakes region of New York. 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