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Holiday Valley Presents $5,000 Check to Ellicottville-Great Valley Trail Committee

  On Jan. 2, 2013, Bonnie Koschir, Dennis Eshbaugh and Jane Eshbaugh presented Ellicottville Town Councilman Ken Hinman and Ellicottville Mayor Charles Coolidge representing the Ellicottville – Great Valley Trail Organizational Committee with a check for $5,000 to help fund a comprehensive study that will be used to develop a multi-use recreational and bike trail in the area. The trail ... Read More »

World Cup Tech Coach Gives Clinic at Holiday Valley

By Eva Potter We already know that Holiday Valley coaches are top notch, but they added another hole to their belts on Dec. 7 when Peter Anderson, the U.S. Women’s World Cup Tech Team assistant coach, headed a four-hour coaching clinic for about 25 instructors, athletes and parents. It’s been over 30 years since a World Cup coach came to ... Read More »

Festive Weekend Atmosphere Inside and Out

Good Deeds at Irish Christmas Celebration Take a Christmas Stroll through Ellicottville Cookies for Donations   By Eva Potter Tonight and Saturday, Dec. 1, the streets and establishments of Ellicottville will be filled with music, good cheer, helping hands and sweet treats. Even though there are many holiday celebrations this weekend, you can easily squeeze them in, so come and ... Read More »

Opening Day at Holiday Valley

• Ground Floor of Lodge Open Limited Hours Tomorrow • Slopes to Open Next Weekend Weather Permitting Even with the disappointing absence of snow, the ground floor of the new $12 million Holiday Valley Lodge will be open to the public as of Saturday, Dec. 1. Visitors coming to explore the new $12 million lodge surely will be impressed by its ... Read More »

Creative Design and Local Art A Knockout Combination Inside Holiday Valley’s New Lodge

By Eva Potter Each building has its very own personality that is immediately conveyed to those who cross its threshold. It’s the fine details – the colors, textures, light – that determine the tone and the subconscious reactions to them that make visitors feel warm and welcome, and no one understands Holiday Valley’s personality profile better than designer Lee Stranburg. ... Read More »

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