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Veterans Park Referendum Community Meetings


On December 18, 2018, Salamanca City Central School District residents will be voting on a no additional tax impact referendum to enter into a 50 year sub-lease of Veterans Memorial Park.  This collaboration between the Seneca Nation, City of Salamanca and the District will help drive economic development in the City as we could host sectional competitions, tournaments, cultural and civic events like the Powwow. 


Please join us for the Salamanca City Central School District Vets Park Community Meetings:


Thursday, November 1st at 6:00pm:Salamanca HS – Large Group Instruction Room
Friday, November 9th at12:00pm:Salamanca Senior Center


Wednesday, November 14th at 6:00pm:Title VI PAC Meeting – at the A.C.C.


Monday,November 19th at 4:00pm: Salamanca HS – Community Thanksgiving Dinner
Monday, November 26th at 6:00pm: Holy Cross Athletic Club (downstairs)


Tuesday, December 4th at 6:00pm: Salamanca HS – Board of Education Meeting


Wednesday, December12th at 7:00pm: Salamanca City Hall


The Community Meetings will open with a 2-3 minute video presentation created by the High School Warrior Vision Media Department students, as an explanation of the sub-lease and why it is needed, followed by a presentation by the Superintendent. 


For more information please call (716) 945-2400 ext. 4218 or online Salamanca ny dot org slash vets park project 




Deadiwënöhsnye’s Gëjo?hgwa’ is very pleased to announce that is has received additional funding for five new 1st Year Student positions within our organization located in the Allegany branch of the department studying out of the Faithkeeper's School Annex.


If interested in applying for one of these 1st Year student positions, then please log on to or contact Director Brandon Martin at 716-532-4900 x 8922 / email


Seneca Sachems 2018 Early Registration






Water & Septic Workshop for Rural Landowners


On Monday, May 8th, Bryan Swistock, Water Resources Extension Specialist in the College of Agricultural Science & Managenment at Penn State University will present "Water and Septic Workshop:  What Rural Landowners Should Know"


This free two-hour event will be at 1pm at the Audubon Community Nature Center in Jamestown, and again at 6pm at Jefferson DeFrees Family Center in Warren.


More info by clicking here




The Vision 2020 Program is a summer work program for high school and college students, grades 9th - college, ages 14-25. 
One day a week the participants attend training in various areas: job seeking skills, employability/work maturity skills, business etiquette, Seneca history, Seneca culture, language and tradition.
The college program runs June 12th - Aug. 4th. This is an 8-week program.
The high school program runs after the 4th of July, beginning July 10th - Aug. 18th. This is a 6-week program.
Applications are now available for Vision 2020 - they are available online at SNI dot ORG and in various Seneca Nation departments and buildings:
ACC Front Desk
ACC Education Wing
Lionel R John Health Center
Behavioral Health
Seneca Strong
Seneca Nation Library
Steamburg Community Building
Salamanca High School Office
Salamanca High School Library



Art Exhibit

Artists from the Aspire of Western NY iXpress Art Program are hosting an exhibit of their extraordinary works titled "Bits 'n Pieces",  at Ryders Cup, 28 Chautauqua Avenue, Lakewood. This diverse exhibit features works by artists with physical and mental disabilities and is part of their ongoing "Aspiring Artists" series

The exhibit is on display through the month of April and contains acrylic, watercolor and mixed media pieces, as well as "Trashe´" Art.

Ryders Cup is open Monday through Saturday7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Sunday 9:00 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Aspire is a not-for-profit located in Lakewood, New York and provide services to children and adults with developmental and physical disabilities.

The iXpress Art Program is provided by Aspire of Western New York. The art program allows the individuals to express their creativity with painting, drawing, clay work, collage, music and film.  Their desire to express themselves is not limited by their disabilities and the work they produce is nothing short of awe inspiring!

The artwork displayed is available for purchase with the proceeds supporting the artists and the iXpress art program.  For more information about the exhibit or to purchase, please contact Terry Lair, Art Facilitator at 763-9070 or


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