“Perseverance” marks Laurel Memorial Run & Walk

July 16, 2020

“Perseverance” has always been a word associated with the Laurel Memorial Run and Walk. This year is no exception. Nearly 40 years ago, perseverance is what planted in Wayne Hotelling’s mind the idea of having Laurel Run. While driving through Canada on a family vacation in the early 1980s, Wayne noticed a man with a prosthetic leg, running along the highway

Lake Shore Savings Bank donates sponsorship money to canceled TRC Golf Classic

July 8, 2020

Continuing its commitment to local organizations that support Chautauqua County residents, Lake Shore Savings Bank is proud to announce it has donated its sponsorship money for the 2020 TRC Golf Classic in order to help tournament organizers meet the needs of people with disabilities. Lake Shore Savings has been the presenting sponsor of the TRC Golf Classic

Laurel Memorial Run/Walk going virtual this year

June 12, 2020

“Together we can keep the distance, to go the distance.” With that saying as their rallying slogan, organizers of the 24th annual Laurel Memorial Run/Walk are proceeding with this year’s events, though the pandemic is forcing changes in how things will be done. The Laurel Memorial Run/Walk was created by Wayne and Elaine Hotelling of Silver Creek, NY, in hon

The Resource Center presents 31st annual Ability Awareness Awards

November 25, 2019

The accomplishments of people with disabilities were highlighted when The Resource Center held its 31st annual Ability Awareness Awards Celebration. The event took place October 24 at the Chautauqua Harbor Hotel in Celoron. The celebration was an opportunity to recognize people with disabilities who have made meaningful strides in their lives, as well as hon

Filling the Gap awards $93,000 in grants

October 9, 2019

Filling the Gap, Inc., has announced its 2019 grants, awarding $93,065 to support people with disabilities and other socioeconomic challenges. Filling the Gap is a Jamestown-based not-for-profit that works with The Resource Center and other organizations to support Chautauqua County residents who are poor, distressed and underprivileged, especially people wi

TRC and Community Foundation announce partnership

January 5, 2018

Since being established in 1994, TRC Foundation has supported thousands of people with disabilities and their families by awarding more than $1 million in grants. A new partnership with the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation will only improve on that positive track record. After more than a year of planning, officials from The Resource Center, TRC Founda