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Part magazine, part Chamber directory, the Discover Grand Island Community & Visitors Guide is your
source for information on everything to see and do on Grand Island. Whether you’re a lifelong resident or a
first-time visitor, this magazine is full of information about this beautiful place we call home.
Established in 1948, the Grand Island Chamber of Commerce has been supporting Grand Island businesses
and the community for over 70 years! We hope residents and visitors alike will keep this publication handy
as a guide to the many outdoor recreational activities, area attractions, local events, dining establishments
and businesses that make Grand Island a great place to live, work and play. We invite you to Discover Grand
Grand Island Chamber of Commerce
1870 Whitehaven Road Grand Island, NY 14072
(716) 773-3651 | | |

Eric Fiebelkorn
Grand Island Chamber of Commerce


The native Seneca’s called it “Ga-we-not,” meaning the Great Island. The colonial French called it “La
Grande Île.” Grand Island — “the Heart of the Niagara” — is a 28-square-mile island in the middle of the
Upper Niagara River, centrally located between Buffalo (“the Queen City of the Great Lakes”) and Niagara
Falls (“the Cataract City”); a mere three-and-a-half miles upstream from the world-famous precipice! Grand
Island is a destination like no other with some of the most unique recreational opportunities in the country.
It is also a great place to live and raise a family with a low cost of living and high quality of life.

The Town of Grand Island is actually comprised of separate islands: Grand Island, Beaver Island, Buckhorn
Island and Pirates Island. Their combined land mass is more than five square miles, which is larger than the
islands that make up Manhattan, but with a lot less people! Grand Island is roughly eight miles long and six
miles across (at its widest) and very flat — there is only about 20 feet of difference between the highest and
lowest points on the Island.

Grand Island has a strong foothold in the colonial history of the U.S. dating back to the French and Indian
War up through the American Revolution and the War of 1812. Its towering oak trees were used to produce
barrel staves for rum and molasses in the West Indies and also to build some of the largest clipper ships in
America. In 1815, the State of New York purchased Grand Island from the Iroquois nation for just $1,000.

Grand Island grew into a community of flourishing
farms, quality hay crops and prolific orchards. It was
also home to many productive hunting and fishing
camps. Grand Island would later house amusement
parks, picnic groves and the summer homes and
social clubs of affluent Buffalonians. In addition, many
famous hotels, such as the Bedell House, were built
on the island for those who could not afford a summer
villa. People relished the bucolic setting and convenient
location not far from the city. Grand Island has been a
recreational destination for over 150 years!

Future U.S. President and Buffalo native Grover Cleveland was a frequent visitor to Grand Island. He was a
charter member of the Jolly Reefers, a Grand Island sportsmen’s club on Beaver Island. In addition,
Cleveland’s uncle, prominent Buffalonian Lewis F. Allen, for whom Buffalo’s Allentown neighborhood is
named, owned a nearby summer home known as River Lea. Allen founded the Falconwood Club, one of
Grand Island’s most prominent social clubs. River Lea, which is located in present-day Beaver Island State
Park, is now home to the Grand Island Historical Society. This historic home is now operated as a museum
dedicated to Grand Island’s rich history.

Previously part of the Town of Tonawanda, the Erie County Board of Supervisors created the separate Town
of Grand Island in 1852. Grand Island was only accessible by boat or ferry until the first bridge to the island
was constructed in June of 1935. Now home to four bridges and the New York State Thruway, Grand Island
is easily accessible and conveniently located within the Buffalo Niagara Region.




• The Town of Grand Island is actually four
islands: Grand, Beaver, Buckhorn & Pirates
• It is 28.3 sq. mi. in size or 18,093 acres
• Niagara Falls is just 3.6 miles downstream
• Avg. depth of Upper Niagara River is 15 ft.
• Avg. water flow is 205,000 cu. ft./sec.

• Population is approx. 20,735 people
• Median age is 41.7 years old
• 40.3% of adults have a bachelor’s degree
• 56.2% of population claims Italian, Irish, and/or
Polish descent


The Grand Island Chamber of Commerce is organized for the purposes of advancing the economic,
industrial, professional, cultural and civic welfare of Grand Island; to encourage the growth of existing in-
dustries and businesses, while giving assistance to any new firms or individuals seeking to locate in Grand
Island; to support all of these activities believed to be beneficial to the community and area and, in general,
to promote the welfare of all area citizens following always those policies intended to accomplish the
greatest good for the greatest number.

Business & Community Promotion - The Chamber works hard to promote businesses and the
community by hosting events; providing sponsorship and advertising opportunities; publishing the monthly
“Channels” newsletter, annual “Discover Grand Island Community & Visitors Guide,” and the “Grand Island
Map”; and partnering with new businesses to organize ribbon cuttings and grand openings, which
culminate in positive press through local news outlets.

Business Learning & Networking Events - The Chamber of Commerce hosts seminars and other
events designed to help our members learn about new business opportunities including resources to help
grow their businesses, better serve their customers and become more efficient.

Citizen of the Year - The Chamber’s Citizen of the Year Awards are presented annually to businesses and
individuals whose contributions have made Grand Island a better place to live, work and play. The Chamber
is proud to recognize those who give their time and energy to the community.

Light Up The Boulevard - The Chamber organizes this annual community event to kick off the holiday
season. Festivities include an evening light parade, Rudolph Run, the official tree lighting ceremony, a light
display contest, visits withSanta, caroling, vendors, games and more. The event helps promote Grand Island
businesses during the start of the holiday shopping season.

KidBiz - The KidBiz Young Entrepreneur Program teaches students in 2nd through 8th grades what it
takes to run a business. Kids come up with ideas for a product to market and sell and sign a loan agreement
with their parents to cover startup costs. This event, in its 22nd year, is an opportunity for business leaders
to mentor our future entrepreneurs.

Youth Ambassador Program - This program promotes positive interaction between our business
community and students. Each year, two Youth Ambassadors are selected to represent youth at local
business events and to help raise awareness of the economic development of Grand Island.

Scholarship Program - The Grand Island Chamber of Commerce Scholarship is awarded to one high
school student each year at their graduation. Applicants are required to submit an essay describing the type
of business they would start on Grand Island and why it would be successful.

You can learn more about the Grand Island Chamber of Commerce at




Beaver Island State Park - Located along the Niagara River at the south end of Grand Island, this
950-acre pet-friendly park has a sandy swimming beach, 80 slip marina with transient slips, fishing access,
canoe/ kayak launches, hiking and biking trails, an 18-hole golf course and driving range, disk golf, horse-
shoe pits, athletic fields, basketball and volleyball courts, picnic shelters, restaurants, playgrounds and more.
Waterfowl hunting is allowed seasonally by permit and trails are available for snowmobiling and
cross-country skiing during the winter season. The summer gate fee is $7.

Buckhorn State Park - Located along the Niagara River at the north end of Grand Island, this 895-acre
nature preserve features abundant trails for hiking, biking and cross-country skiing as well as a fishing
platform, canoe/kayak launch and bird-watching blinds.

Spicer Creek Wildlife Management Area - Located along the Niagara River near East River and
Whitehaven Roads, this 34-acre wildlife area features 1,600 feet of shoreline and 26 acres of wetlands. A trail
provides hiking and wildlife viewing opportunities. Waterfowl hunting is available seasonally by permit.

Margery Gallogly Nature Sanctuary - Located in the area surrounding Assumption Cemetery on
Whitehaven Road, this new 140-acre forested nature preserve is open to the public year-round for passive
recreation such as hiking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and wildlife viewing.

Veterans Park - Located on Bedell Road, this town park contains athletic fields with concession stands,
basketball and beach volleyball courts, bike trails, a library, a sledding hill, two playgrounds including a
wheelchair-accessible playground and the Miracle League baseball diamond, which provides opportunities
for children and young adults with disabilities to play baseball.

Grand Island Nike Base - Located at 3278 Whitehaven Road, this former Nike missile base is now a
town park featuring six tennis courts, a nine-hole par three golf course, the Grand Island Golden Age Center,
a softball diamond and facilities for town recreation programming.


Shoreline Trail Beaver Island Trail Linear Bike Path
Asphalt trail, shoreline access Asphalt trail through Beaver Asphalt trail with a small play-
along West River connecting Bea- Island State Park. Connects to ground. Parking near intersection
ver Island & Buckhorn State Park. the West River & South Parkway of Bedell & Baseline Roads. About
About 8.0 miles. Trails. About 1.0 mile. 1.5 miles.

South Parkway Trail Veterans Park Bike Path Spaulding Trail
Asphalt trail that begins at Beaver Asphalt trail beginning near Gravel trail beginning near South
Island State Park. Connects to Veterans Park. Bits lead to Wood- Parkway roundabout leading to
the West River & Beaver Island stream Meadows & Baseline East River Road in Ferry Village.
Trails. About 3.6 miles. Road. About 0.9. miles. About 0.9 miles.


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1606039 State Farm Beaver Island - Photo by Trip Advisor
Bloomington, IL

GOLFING Beaver Island Golf Course
2136 W. Oakfield Rd. (in park)
River Oaks Golf Course (716) 773-9680
201 Whitehaven Rd. 18 Holes / Driving Range / Public Course Club-
(716) 773-3337 house dining at “Bogeys”
18 Holes / Driving Range / Pro Shop / Private (open to the public)
Course Clubhouse Dining at “Elldens”
(open to the public) 3278 Whitehaven Rd. (716) 773-9682
1715 Bedell Rd. (716) 773-9600
RECREATION 1887 Whitehaven Rd. (716) 773-0062
3278 Whitehaven Rd. (716) 773-9680
Golden Age Center 340 East River Rd. (716) 773-7884
Miracle League
Mallwitz’s Island Lanes 1083 Whitehaven Rd. (716) 773-3529
Town Recreation Department 551 Ransom Rd. (716) 773-2622
Blue Water Kayak Rental & Tours 355 E. River Rd. (716) 773-0931
3660 E. River Rd. (716) 773-7298
(716) 812-2339
Grand Island Rod & Gun Club (716) 514-6544
Sheridan Transit Rod & Gun Club
Niagara River Station Fishing Club
East Park Garden Club
Grand Island Garden Club
Grand Island Snowmobile Club
Grand Island Farms


VFW Post #9249 & Auxillary 2121 Grand Island Blvd. (716) 773-6343
American Legion Post #1346 2524 Grand Island Blvd. (716) 773-7915
Moose Lodge 2524 Grand Island Blvd. (716) 773-6655



The Upper Niagara River offers some of the best fishing in North America with a wide array of species to net
including largemouth and smallmouth bass, muskellunge, northern pike, crappie and other fish species. You
can also find abundant perch, walleye and steelhead trout in nearby Lake Erie.

Lake Erie is famous for trophy-size walleye caught trolling offshore during the months of July and August. In
addition, the last five New York State record smallmouth bass have come from Lake Erie! Bass can be found
along the entire shoreline with hotspots located along rocky drop-offs. Steelhead can also be found in area
tributaries between the months of September and April.

Western New York Bassmasters, a bass fishing club, holds a series of tournaments each year, including an
event on the Upper Niagara:

Refer to the New York Freshwater Fishing Guide for official regulations including information on fishing
seasons and angling requirements:

Photo by Paul Leuchner


Beaver Island State Park Big Six Mile Creek Marina
Located on the southern end of Grand Island, shore Located along the West River about halfway between
fishing is available along the lagoon (Beaver Creek),
near the east marsh canoe/kayak launch and along Beaver Island and Buckhorn Island State Parks,
the Niagara River, excluding the designated
swimming area. shore fishing can be found around the cove forming

the marina and at the mouth o–f Big Six Mile Creek.

Buckhorn Island State Park Fisherman’s Landing
Located on the northern end of Grand Island, shore Located at the base of the South Grand Island

fishing is available along Woods Creek, which has an Bridge, Fisherman’s Landing is a dedicated shore

accessible fishing platform and also along the fishing site providing anglers an elevated point from

Niagara River shoreline. which to fish.


Bait can be purchased at many convenience stores on Grand Island. There are also several bait and tackle
shops located just off Grand Island, which can meet a wider variety of needs. Kayaks can be rented from Blue
Water Marina, including a fishing kayak fully outfitted with all necessary fishing gear.
Be sure to pick up a copy of the Western New York Hot Spot Fishing Map for insider information on the best
areas to try your luck:


The Upper Niagara River offers some of the most scenic boating in the world! Here you can sit on your
boat and watch the sun as it sets over Niagara Falls with the sun reflecting in the mist as it rises high
above the water. Whether you’re into sailing, motoring or paddling, boating is a popular recreational
activity in Western New York and Grand Island provides an excellent base from which to enjoy this
• Sail under the Grand Island Bridges, admiring these feats of engineering.
• Venture all the way around Grand Island, admiring the view of Canada from West River.
• Dock at one of the transient slips located at Beaver Island and enjoy a day at the park.
• Sail around Strawberry and Pirates Island looking for herons, egrets, ospreys and bald eagles.
• Travel through the historic Black Rock Lock (dating back to 1914) and see the International Railway
Bridge (a turnstile dating back to 1873), Ferry Street Lift Bridge (c. 1913) and Peace Bridge (c. 1927).
• Venture up the Buffalo River to see hulking grain silos towering over the river.
• Sail down the tranquil Erie Canal.
***Be sure to check your charts for shallow areas as water depths can change rapidly, watch out for
unlit channel markers and water intakes and never swim from an anchored boat.
Anchor Marine | 1501 Ferry Rd. (716) 773-7063 | gas, sales, parts & service, private slips
Big Six Mile Creek Marina | 3219 Whitehaven Rd. (716) 773-3270 | gas, private slips, public launch
Blue Water Marina | 340 East River Rd. (716) 773-7884 | gas, parts & service, slips, public launch
River Oaks Marina | 3001 East River Rd. (716) 774-0050 | private slips, transient slips
For all public boat launch sites, canoe and kayak launches visit:


When it comes to exciting attractions and places to go have fun on Grand Island, there’s no shortage
of options. Explore activities for the whole family. From go-karts, axe throwing and bowling to kayak
rentals, markets and gift shops, Grand Island has something for everyone, all year round -- and we’ve

only scratched the surface of what visitors and residents can do!




The Citizen of the Year Award promotes and honors an individual, business or
organization that has dedicated significant time and energy with the intention of making

Grand Island a better place to live, work and play.

Nomination Deadline: 5 pm Friday, March 6, 2020

I would like to nominate the following individual/business/organization for the Grand
Island Chamber of Commerce Annual Citizen of the Year Awards Celebration:

Nominee: _____________________________________________________ Phone: ___________________________
Address: ____________________________________________________________________________________________
Nominated by: ________________________________________________ Phone: ___________________________

List the nominee’s community service activities-local, state, national, civic and service
organizations, charities, school organizations, religious groups, political groups, and
professional associations:



As a result of these activities please provide examples of how the nominee’s contributions
have benefited the community:


Additional Comments:


Note: if you have additional information, please attach it to this form. You can also
nominate online at:

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A selection committee will review all nomination forms and select the award recipients.

Suggested categories for nomination include but are not limited to: business, businessperson, corporation, civic
member, educator, community service, and organization. Special categories may be created depending on what
outstanding recommendations are received.

The Award recipients will be announced and honored at the Annual Citizen of the Year Awards Celebration to be
held on Thursday, April 30, 2020.


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773 North Dick & Jenny’s
2749 Grand Island Blvd. 1270 Baseline Rd.
(716) 773-6678 (716) 775-5048
Trendy restaurant serving an updated take on classic Upscale casual restaurant serving authentic
comfort foods. Louisiana-style cuisine.

The Beach House Ellden’s Grill & Banquet
5584 E. River Rd. 201 Whitehaven Rd.
(716) 773-7119 (716) 775-5190
Cozy restaurant with an affordable menu best known for Upscale golf club restaurant (open to the public) serving
its fish fry. modern American cuisine.

BlackBerry’s Bar & Grill The Viking Diner
2241 Grand Island Blvd. 1849 Grand Island Blvd.
(716) 775-9743 (716) 773-9707
Founded on the idea of creating a great place for good 50’s style diner with a fun atmosphere and great food
friends, family, and good food served at breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Bogey’s at Beaver Island The Village Inn
2136 Oakfield Road 1488 Ferry Rd.
(716) 775-1831 (716) 773-5030
Seasonal golf course restaurant with great outdoor patio Quaint restaurant known for its homemade soups and
and park views. desserts.

Brick Oven Pizzeria & Pub
2457 Grand Island Blvd.
(716) 773-4445
Best known for its specialty pizzas and subs with a large
selection of draft beer.

Buffalo Launch Club
503 E River Rd.
(716) 773-7629
Upscale dining overlooking the Niagara River. Members
and guests are invited to enjoy Fish Fry’s, Steak and more.



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Pick-up Options, and Much More!

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Adrian’s Custard & Beef John’s Pizza & Subs
2352 Grand Island Blvd. 2131 Grand Island Blvd.
(716) 773-9242 (716) 774-0020
Seasonal walk-up restaurant known for its “beef on weck” Fast casual restaurant serving pizza, wings, subs, wraps,
and ice cream treats. tacos and more.

Casey’s Cabana SUBWAY
1437 Ferry Rd. 2287 Grand Island Blvd.
(716) 471-6789 (716) 773-1521
Seasonal Summer Restaurant founded by Grand Island Fast casual restaurant serving submarine sandwiches on a
High School students. Lunch or dinner served off the grill. variety of rolls.




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River Lea House at Beaver Island State Park


The DeGlopper Memorial
Statue is set to be unveiled
June 5, 2021 to honor those
killed in action.

If you are not yet a member of the
Chamber of Commerce, consider joining today!


AND MORE! Visit to learn more.
1870 Whitehaven Road Grand Island, NY 14072 | (716) 773-3651



Holiday Inn Express Branches of Niagara Campgrounds
Grand Island 2659 Whitehaven Road
2761 Long Road Grand Island, NY 14072
Grand Island, NY 14072
(716) 775-0007 | 1-800-439-4745 (716) 773-7600 | 1-877-321-CAMP

Radisson Hotel
Niagara Falls-Grand Island
100 Whitehaven Road
Grand Island, NY14072
(716) 773-1111 | 1-800-333-3333

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel KOA Niagara Falls / Grand Island
Niagara Falls 2570 Grand Island Blvd.
401 Buffalo Avenue Grand Island, NY 14072
Niagara Falls, NY 14303
(716) 524-3333 | 1-855-610-TREE (716) 773-7538 | 1-800-562-0787

Four Points by Sheraton
Niagara Falls
7001 Buffalo Avenue
Niagara Falls, NY 14304
(716) 299-0344 | 1-800-325-3535



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jobs and community events, see upcoming chamber
programs/advertising opportunities and much more.

Grand Island Chamber of Commerce
1870 Whitehaven Road
Grand Island, NY 14072
(716) 773-3651


• 10100, Inc. • Excel Marine
• 773 North, Inc. (ad on pg. 23) • Financial Partners of Upstate NY
• A Best • Financial Trust Federal Credit Union
• Aceti’s Wine & Spirits (ad on pg. 21) • Flower-A- Day (ad on pg. 5)
• Adam’s Door Company Inc • Four Points by Sheraton Niagara Falls
• Adrian’s Custard & Beef (ad on pg. 21) • Fuccillo Auto Group
• Advanced Architecture & Planning, PC • G.I. Drywall & Acoustics
• A-Kleen Windows, Inc. • Grand Island American Legion Post # 1346
• Allstate Mastantuono Agency • Grand Island Central School
• American Family Dental • Grand Island Co-Op Nursery
• Anchor Marine (ad on pg. 11) • Grand Island Dance Center
• B & F Moving and Storage • Grand Island Development LLC
• Beach House Restaurant, Inc. • Grand Island Family Practice
• Benjamin Bidell • Grand Island Farms Inc.
• Bible Presb. Church • Grand Island Fire Co, Inc.
• Billoni Associates • Grand Island Fun Center
• BlackBerry’s Bar & Grill • Grand Island Moose Lodge
• Block, Longo & LaMarca, PC • Grand Island Optical Co., Inc.
• Blue Rock Energy • Grand Island Secure Storage
• Blue Water Marina • Grand Island Waste Management, LLC
• Boss Insurance Agency • Grand Throw House
• Branches of Niagara Campground • H.J. Hill Tax & Accounting Services
• Brick Oven Pizza • Health Wear of WNY
• Bridge Interiors • Healthy Living Transitions
• Brighton Chiropractic & Nutritional Health • Herb’N Garden Farms
• BT Poxycrete • Heron Pointe Apartments
• Buducci’s Event Center, LLC • Hidden Meadow Trail LLC
• Buffalo Launch Club (ad on pg. 15) • Holiday Inn Express Grand Island
• Buffalo Plastering, Inc. • Hometown Legal Service Online
• Bugg Control, Inc. (ad on pg. 29) • Howard Hanna - Elizabeth Wilbert
• Carl Amato Collision • Howard Hanna - Kimberly Mankowski
• Casey’s Cabana • Howard Hanna - Vienna Haak (ad on pg. 2)
• Casella (ad on back cover) • Howard M Sexton Electric (ad on pg. 9)
• Casxteriors, Inc • HUNT Real Estate - Cheryl O’Donnell
• Century 21 - Brad Bowman (ad on pg. 28) • Hunt Real Estate - Mike McDonough
• Century 21 - Eric Winklhofer (ad on pg. 7) • Independent Hlth.
• Certified AutoBrokers Inc • Island Family Eye Care
• Charles N. Deglopper Memorial VFW • Island Marine
• Chiropractic Elevated PLLC • Island Pediatrics
• Christine Learman, CPA, P.C. • Island Pet Lodge
• Colby Development LLC • Island Ship Center (ad on pg. 16)
• Compu-Mail, LLC • JB Landscaping & Snowplowing, LLC
• ComputerSearch Payroll Services • Jennifer Pusatier
• Cornerstone Church • John’s Pizza & Subs
• Cross Controls & Electric • JR Building & Remodeling Co.
• Custom Maid Cleaning • K & D Action Photo & Aerial Imaging
• Dana’s Stylin’ Pets (ad on pg. 23) • Keller Group
• Daniela Enterprises, Inc. • Kelly’s Country Store
• Dental Care Associates • Kershner Studios
• Dick & Jenny’s Bake n Brew • Key Bank
• Double D Construction • Laundry Lounge & Capitol Cleaners
• Double Tree Niagara Falls • Liberty Mutual - Ramcy Rizek (ad on pg. 15)
• Dylix Corporation • LW Graphics
• E3 Communications • Lynch Park Associates
• East Coast Images, Inc. • Lynx Technologies Inc.
• Edward Jones - Financial Advisor: David Garcia • M & K Sales and Services, Inc.
• Elderwood of Grand Island • M&T Bank
• Entire Home Remodel • Mallwitz’s Island Lanes (ad on pg. 21)
• Erie Plumbing & Remodeling • Mark Bellanca, CPA
• Erin Koprevich, CRC, LCSW-R • Mark Frentzel


• Marketing Technologies of WNY (ad on pg. 15) • WatteTech

• Mark’s Island Tree Service, LLC • Wavelengths

• Marston Power Equip. • Wayside Nursery Inc.

• Metro Town Center Realty, Inc. - Betty Harris (ad on pg. 5) • Wheelfind
• Metro Town Center Realty, Inc. - Floyd Doring • White, White & Cich Financial

• Montana International, LLC • William C Rott & Son

• Moshides Financial Group • Woodchuck Tree Service

• Mr. Best Wrench • Woodgate Apartments LLC

• National Fuel Gas • X-Press One Hour Dry Cleaners

• Niagara Falls KOA

• Niagara Frontier Publications

• Nickel City Hardwood Thank you to all Chamber of Commerce
• Northeastern Leasing & Finance members for supporting the Grand
• Northwest Bank Island business community.
• Orange Poppy Art Studio

• Owl Orthodontics Your membership makes this

• People, Inc. publication possible.
• Piatek Insurance Agency, Inc. (ad on pg. 9)
• Plumeria

• Poly Plastics Film Corp.

• Popular Graphics

• Pritchard & Kennedy

• Quimby Signs

• Radisson Hotel

• RE/MAX North - Linda Kutzbach

• Regional Environmental Demolition

• Residential Construction (ad on pg. 28)
• Richard Crawford

• River Oaks Golf Club

• Robert Ratajczak, Jr. Attorney at Law (ad on pg. 28)
• Rose Liquor Store

• Rotary Club of Grand Island NY Grand Island Chamber of Commerce
• Sam Long’s Excavating
1870 Whitehaven Road
• Shamrocks Painting & Remodeling (ad on pg. 29)
• Shear Paradise Salon
• Sidway Playground Fund (716) 773-3651

• Snap Fitness Visit our directory online at
• Social Status Marketing, LLC or scan the QR
• Sound Choice Audio Performance

• Starline USA, Inc. code below.

• Step-in-Time


• Sunrise Sunset Enterprises Inc

• Supreme Lending

• Sybil E. Kennedy

• Tarshus Law Firm, PLLC

• Taste NY Market at the WNY Welcome Center

• The Carey Firm, LLC

• The Island Shoppe

• The Viking Diner

• ThermoFisher

• Toshiba Business Solutions

• Town Hall Terrace Assoc.

• Trend Setters Hair Design

• Truesdale Home Remodeling

• Unyts

• ValuStat Appraisal Service

• Vantage Marketing

• Village Inn

• Wagner Construction Co.





The work of the Grand Island Chamber of

Commerce continues to focus on contributing to the growth
of our members & their businesses and supporting the
growth & prosperity of the Grand Island community.
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the holidays listed below. If your collection day falls
on the day of, or the days following during those
weeks, collection will be delayed by one day.

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