Please join the Cattaraugus Gives campaign and help us restore the Civil War Memorial in Little Valley, NY. We need you to tell your friends and family members about the important work we do and ask them to join us in helping to make a difference.
Get ready to give! On December 1st, starting at 12AM, visit and make a donation to CAMP (Citizen’s Advocating Memorial Preservation) at https://www.cattaraugusgives.org/organizations/camp. There you will find a video about our mission. You will have 24 hours to make your donation – all giving will end at 11:59PM on December 1.
GET READY TO GIVE ! On Tuesday December 1, 2020 starting at 12AM, Citizens Advocating Memorial Preservation (CAMP) will participate in the Cattaraugus Gives Campaign which is sponsored by the Cattaraugus Region Community Foundation as part of Giving Tuesday.
Cattaraugus Gives is an exciting 24-hour online fundraising event joining nonprofits from across the Cattaraugus County community in both competition and collaboration. Your donation will help CAMP honor Cattaraugus County’s Civil War veterans by restoring the only countywide veterans’ memorial; the Civil War Memorial Building in Little Valley, NY. Click this link to find CAMP’S mission video and additional information about Cattaraugus Gives: https://www.cattaraugusgives.org/organizations/camp
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CAMP ERECTS NEW SIGN AT THE CATTARAUGUS COUNTY MEMORIAL AND HISTORICAL BUILDING
On December 7. 2019 members from CAMP and two members from the Joseph P. Dwyer Program met to erect a sign on the lawn in front of the Cattaraugus County Memorial and Historical Building. The sign was made jointly by Allegany Citizen Printing of Allegany and Register Graphics of Randolph.
The work session was attended by CAMP members Gail Bellamy, Jim Taft, Bill Everts, Jim Ried, Treasurer Juanita Ried and President Tom Stetz. Dwyer Program coordinator Jessica Wilson and Dwyer Program member Tim Higgins assisted.
Support and help also came from Cattaraugus County Dwyer Program veterans, Dwyer Program coordinator Jessica Wilson, Village of Little Valley Mayor Jim Bowen, Trustee Todd Palmatier, Code Enforcement Officer Ron Bridenbaker, Zoning Inspector Ron Frentz, Moritz Excavation and Construction Owner Brent Moritz and employee Derrek Bates.
Contributions came from Todd Palmatier of Culpepper Wood Preservers with three pressure-treated posts; Brent Moritz drilled the holes for the signposts; Home Depot discounted $50 off the cost of vinyl post covers and caps; Jessica Wilson and Tim Higgins donated six bags of concrete.
Tom Stetz said, “This cooperative effort by these parties should prove beneficial to all involved.”