Mark Baldwin, director of education for the Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History, will be giving a talk on the fossils of the Chautauqua-Allegheny region at 12:15 p.m. today in Smith Wilkes Hall.
A 19-day-old baby kicks its legs as the 6-year-old boy lifts him out of the gourd that holds its nest. “Careful,” said Jack Gulvin, local naturalist and bird caregiver. “You have to be really gentle with him.”
Bob Jeffrey showcases the parlor of his Miller home, The Faithful Remnant, with the air of a docent strolling through a museum of history. He proudly points out the upstairs floorboards that also serve as the living room ceiling, still covered in the original milk paint the house’s builder brushed on in 1879.
Heated competition, even hotter weather mark Club’s annual event. [Slideshow]
Boys’ and Girls’ Club counselors are told in orientation that Clubbers will always associate them with their experience at Chautauqua.
The leadership at Club recognized the Senior Athletic Club counselors for providing a memorable week for their Clubbers by naming the team Week Four Counselors of the Week.
Bryce Hanson and Billy Fitzgerald lead the SAC Boys, while Gabby Salva and Kate Krisanda handle the SAC Girls.
One of the qualities Boys’ and Girls’ Club at Chautauqua prizes is the long-term relationships children can have with Club.
The Week Two Counselors of the Week are a prime example of groupers maturing through the years and eventually excelling as counselors.
The Group 4 Boys counselors, Hayley Grabner, Nate Currie and Jenny Crandall grew up at Club, and they are using their experience to create a fun, energetic environment for their groupers.