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maple syrup, and the difference in taste between different colors (light syrup has a delicate flavor, while dark syrup is more buttery). Early spring is the right time for sap production because the temperatures have to dip below freezing at night and rise above freezing during the day. As of Tuesday March 23, the
Who’s that shopping for colorful eggs at Cazenovia Jewelry? It’s Dawn Rajkowski and her daughters Grace and Katie. Although Grace and Katie love to find candy in the eggs, they hope that t h ey ’ l l f i n d some pretty jewelry for their Mommy too! Now in its fourteenth year, EGGStravaganza hosted by Cazenovia Jewelry, has some wonderful jewelry gifts hidden inside some pretty special eggs. “We always look forward to hosting this event,” Susan Machamer said. “The children and the young at heart love to pick out their eggs. We’ve
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‘Annie Get Your Gun’ performers take the stage The musical featured gunplay, romance and big laughs. ...See page 7
Students in Mrs. Goodfellow’s second grade class from Enders Road Elementary School in Manlius keep their distance as by Patrick Allen throws a large stack of wood into the fire at the Critz Farms Sugar House. Keeping the fire burning hot is a crucial part of the complicated syrup-making process at the Cazenovia farm.
Students learn it takes 40 gallons of sap to make one gallon of syrup By Doug Campbell firstname.lastname@example.org
Maple syrup season is in full swing at Critz Farms. More than
Caz 4-Hers have a busy spring The Lincklaen Shamrocks have been up to several exciting projects over the past few months. ...See page 15
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600 students will have visited the farm from across Central New York to learn about how maple syrup is made by the end of the season. On Tuesday March 23, 60 students from Enders Road Elementary School in Manlius visited the farm. During their visit, owner Matthew Critz showed the students how to grade different batches of
School tax levy could increase 3.5 percent Decreasing state funding means higher taxes, despite cuts By Doug Campbell email@example.com
The current proposed Cazenovia school budget for 2010-11 includes an increase in the school tax levy of 3.25 to 3.5 percent. While tax rates have historically increased by less, cuts to state aid of more than $1 million have forced the district to make cuts across the board, cutting $1 million
from what the budget would have been. Despite the 3.25 to 3.5 percent tax levy increase, the budget will only be increasing .75 percent. “Everyone always asks: what are we going to cut? We try to keep it the furthest away from the kids as possible,” Superintendent Robert Dubik said. “‘What’s the minimal impact?’” Of the $1 million reduction, about $750,000 will come from personnel. The district is reducing positions through retirement and attrition. Five staff members will retire at the end of the school year, and they will not be replaced. “We’re fortunate this
Everyone always asks: What are we going to cut? We try to keep it the furthest away from the kids as possible.” -Superintendent Robert Dubik
year — the retirements are going to help us,” Dubik said. These positions are not being removed simply because of budgetary issues, Assistant Superintendent Bill Furlong said — the school is also facing declining enrollment. The remaining $250,000 will come from areas across the budget. There will be reductions in equipment, software, buildings and grounds, transportation,
professional development and more. The athletic department will also face cuts in various aspects of the program; the district will reduce uniforms and equipment spending, as well as potentially combining coaching positions. ”It’s really a little bit of everything,” Dubik said. The district is also using $500,000 from their reserves to offset the increase. But while helpful
in the short term, drawing that amount from the reserves every year is not a sustainable solution. And next year could be harder for the district, with federal stimulus assistance ending after the 2010-11 school year, the possibility of fewer retirements, and more potential cuts in state aid. “We’re not out of the woods yet, by any means,” Dubik said. The board will adopt the proposed budget at their 6:30 p.m. April 12 meeting. The board welcomes public input at the meeting, and anyone who wants to provide input before April 12 is welcome to call 655-1317.
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To be held in the auditorium of the Cazenovia High School, 31 Emory Avenue. Bill Kappel will speak about gas drilling in the Marcellus shale play and other gas deposits in Madison County. There will be a question period moderated by Liz Moran, former Cazenovia Town Supervisor. Jointly sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Cazenovia and the Cazenovia Preservation Foundation.
April 24 8 p.m. to midnight: Easter Ball To be held at Cazenovia Firehouse. Advance
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Ongoing Caz Village Baptist Church hosts college night Every Friday at 7:30 p.m. throughout the spring semester, the Cazenovia Village Baptist Church provides a warm and friendly setting for local college students to gather for a variety of weekly activities. For more information, contact Pastor Richard Dickinson at 474-3009 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Social Dance Practice Held at the Cazenovia Village Municipal Building, 2nd floor, 90 Albany St., Cazenovia.Visit meetup. com/DanceLoversCNY/calendar/12645411/ for more information. Practice is 7 to 9 p.m. Ballroom, swing, salsa and Argentine tango. Sponsored by Dance Lovers of Central New York. It is not a “dance” but a time to practice, try new steps and learn.
Income tax preparation Community Action Partnership, Department of Social Services and Colgate University will offer the Voluntary Income Tax Assistance program to Madison County residents from Jan. 23 through April 15. Call 684-3144 or (800) 7212271 for more information.
CAP hosts weekly breastfeeding clinic Community Action Partnership will host Breastfeeding Connections, a professionally staffed breastfeeding clinic, every Monday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 6 Cambridge Avenue. Drop-ins welcome; new mothers strongly encouraged to schedule an appointment through WIC at 363-3210.
Free GED program and adult literacy tutoring Free GED program and adult literacy tutoring at Cazenovia Public Library. Learn to Read, Learn to Speak English, Earn Your GED. Call Caz Read Ahead at 391-3557.
CazCares Story Room CazCares Story Room, an early literacy program sponsored by Cazenovia Public Library, offers a free, drop-in, reading-centered program for pre-schoolers
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and families. Call CazCares at 655-3174, or Caz Read Ahead at 391-3557.
Point of View discussion group meets The Cazenovia Point of View Group regularly meets each month. Meetings are held in the Community Room of the Presbyterian Church. Contact Bob Rose, 345-2698 for information on joining the group.
Cazenovia Writers’ Group The Cazenovia Writers’ Group meets biweekly at the Cazenovia Library at 7 p.m. on Thursday to share and discuss their work. New members welcome. Contact Cathy at 527-1627 or David at 662-7576.
Early childhood care and education Cazenovia Children’s House accepts applications throughout the year for programs at the licensed day care facilities and for the village based preschools. Call 655-5437 to arrange a visit and for information on classes, scholarships and an application.
Free BoneBuilders workshops BoneBuilders is a free osteoporosis prevention exercise group that
meets throughout Madison County. In Cazenovia: Mondays at 10 a.m. at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church. Adults 60 years and older are encouraged to attend. For more information, or to see about space availability, please call 684-3001.
Bereavement group The Bereavement Group will meet in the Cazenovia Public Library community room on the fourth Thursday of each month at 11 a.m. Following will be a lunch gathering at noon. Parking behind the library.
Cazenovia Library presents story time Story time in the Story Garden at the Cazenovia Public Library is held every weekday morning. All are welcome. On Mondays and Tuesday at 10:15 a.m., it’s “Mother Goose Rhyme Time.” On Wednesdays and Fridays at 10:15 a.m., Toddler Story Time is held. On Thursdays at 10:15 a.m. and Fridays at 11:15 a.m., Preschool Story Time is held. 655-9322.
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COMMUNITY For the month of Apr il, Cazenov ia Artisans is celebrating Earth Day by highlight ing how the artists are using earth friendly methods and materials in their work. There will be a reception from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday April 9 featuring Devon MacRae playing his hand made instruments. Cazenovia Artisans is located at 39 Albany Street, Cazenovia. For more information, call 6552225. The shop is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.
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Area Community Development Association; and is president of the board of trustees of the Cazenovia Public Library. She is also a regular panelist on WCNY-TV’s weekly news talk show, “The Ivory Tower Half Hour.” “The Maxwell courses reflect two of the most important characteristics of the Maxwell School: they bring a cross-disciplinary approach to questions of public policy and citizenship,” Andersen said. “I have wholeheartedly enjoyed working with colleagues from across the School in the MAX Courses over the years, as we work to provide undergraduate students with the tools they need to be engaged, informed, and critically thinking citizens. I am honored to take on the responsibilities of overseeing these courses from Bob McClure, who has done a stellar job, and look forward to continuing his work.” McClure, the current
Chapple Family Professor, is pleased with Andersen’s appointment. “Kristi is the perfect occupant of the Chapple Professorship,” he said. “She is an innovative and accomplished teacher, a nationally recognized scholar, a citizen-leader of the Maxwell School community as well as an elected public voice in the larger metropolitan community. And on top of all that, she knows the Maxwell signature courses inside and out from her many years of teaching in them. I have the utmost confidence that the Maxwell courses — with her energy and intellect — will get a shot of new energy and sophistication that will serve our students, the Maxwell School, and the University extraordinarily well. I could not be more confident and pleased about the future of Maxwell’s signature citizenship courses.”
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All meetings to be held at village municipal building on Albany Street, Cazenovia.
Author, S.U. Maxwell School professor is also Cazenovia Town Councilor Dean Mitchel Wa l l e r stein announced today that Professor Kristi Andersen, of CazenoKristi Andersen via, will become the next Chapple Family Professor of Citizenship and Democracy in January 2011. She will succeed Professor Robert McClure, who was appointed as the inaugural Chapple Professor in 2006 when John H. Chapple, an alumnus of the School and the current chair of the Syracuse University Board of Trustees, established and endowed
Tutor training event scheduled for April Morris Atwood, Coordinator of Madison County Reads Ahead, is calling for tutors. He has been doing this since 2006 to link tutors with adults who are improving their reading skills, learning English as a second language or getting ready to take the GED Exam. These services have been available at public libraries throughout Madison County on a flexible schedule for adults 18 and older since 2006. “During the past year the numbers of adults seeking help with GED preparation have tripled,” according to Atwood. “While we still tutor
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adults in reading and writing, the great majority seeking services have taking the GED Exam as their goal,” Atwood explained. “We receive many referrals on behalf of job-seeking adults.” The job-seeking pool includes adults in their late teens, twenties, and thirties who need the GED Diploma. In addition, there are older adults who have been laid off and never finished high school, and now they need that credential for another job or retraining. This means that many tutors are going to be helping adults in two areas: polishing their writing skills to write an essay for the GED Exam, and reviewing math sk ills including fractions, decimals, percents, algebra
phased retirement.” Andersen joined the Maxwell School’s political science department in 1984; her research focuses on American politics and political parties, women and politics, public opinion and immigration. She was named a Laura J. and L. Douglas Meredith Professor in 2002, and a Maxwell Professor of Teaching Excellence in 2003. She has taught in the MAX Courses since 2007. Andersen’s book, “After Suffrage: Women in Partisan and Electoral Politics Before the New Deal,” won the Victoria Schuck Award from the American Political Science Association. Her earlier book, The Creation of a Democratic Majority, 1928-1936, has been influential in shaping political scientists’ thinking about New Deal realignment. She is active in her community: She has been a member of the Cazenovia Town Board since 2005; serves as a board member of the Cazenovia
and geometry. In Madison County Reads Ahead tutors have found that reviewing math skills takes the most time for many students. A variety of instructional materials are available to help with this process. Also, a calculator is allowed for part of the math test. Who can tutor? Working people or retired people who have two hours a week to volunteer; high school graduates, college graduates, caring people, sharing people, people who like to help others succeed. Tutoring times are flexible: morning, afternoon or evening. Time frames can be three months, six months, 12 months, or longer. The next four-session tutor training event will
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the professorship. The principal duty of the Chapple Family Professor is to carry on the long tradition of the Maxwell School of encouraging undergraduates to learn and think about their roles as citizens in a democracy. To that end, Andersen will teach in, and provide leadership for, the School’s two interdisciplinary, team-taught, undergraduate citizenship courses: “Critical Issues in the United States” and “Global Communities,” which are known as the MAX Courses. “Given her many years of leadership in the Department of Political Science, her scholarly accomplishments, and her outstanding record as a teacher, Professor Andersen richly deserves this recognition,” said Dean Wallerstein. “She is clearly the best qualified person to take over the leadership of the MAX Courses when Professor Bob McClure steps down and begins a
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Student volunteers make all the difference
During the month of April, student volunteers from Cazenovia High School will be honoring Earth Day with a community-wide clean up beginning 10 a.m. Saturday April 10. Kudos to the students, who include members of Project CAFÉ, for donating their youthful energy to this and other important activities that change our community for the better. Do you have chores, yardwork or heavy lifting that you just can’t handle? Project CAFÉ volunteers will also soon take part in a service work weekend. Donations for all of their hard work will go to charity. Those interested should call 6559380. Students will be actively involved in a spaghetti dinner to benefit not just another extremely important cause, but also their friend. Funds from the dinner will go to support Cazenovia High School senior Taylor Matt, whose leukemia returned after five years in remission. Taylor is awaiting a bone marrow transplant, but the search is more difficult because of her Native American heritage; the registry contains relatively few donors who identify as Native American. The benefit dinner for Taylor will be held April 8. Bravo to the Cazenovia High School students who work every day to make a difference in their community and their world.
Caz Garden Club grateful for community support Submitted by Nancy Hook
More than a year ago, the Cazenovia Garden Club began asking residents of our school district to collect the screw on caps from water, soda, detergents and personal care products, to name just a small variety, as well as the small snap lids on gallons of milk, juice and iced tea. They are considered trash to everyone except a company that recycles them into containers for their line of hair and beauty products, named Aveda. Locally sold by Matthew’s Salon Spa, here and at their Dewitt location, the salon was responsible financially for sending them back to Aveda after residents and businesses dropped them
off. Without complaint, their workload carried on for a year, until the magnitude of Cazenovia’s involvement made doing so not only fiscally, but logistically, impossible to keep up with. Garden Club member, Nancy Hook, hating to see a program with so much momentum fail, learned by calling Aveda, that a school could receive free shipping, if they wished to sign up. School Superitendent, Robert Dubik has been happy to help and now students at the both the Middle and High Schools have boxes beside where their empty water and juice bottles are deposited, to drop off caps as well. The biggest supporter of this effort has been Jessica Amidon, owner of
Caz Cans, behind Right Aid. She has been gathering a large trash bag full every 2 weeks. Anyone can drop off their caps during her open hours or at Matthew’s Salon at 5 Linklaen Street. Students and their families can use the school collection boxes. Many businesses and churches have been collecting and can either bring them to the already named locations, or if they wish, call Nancy Hook at 655-8754, for large amounts. She also is happy to answer any questions at that number. Just a reminder: If the plastic top does not screw on and is not just the small plastic top of a gallon jug, it is trash, unless there is the recycle symbol of a triangle. If so, please put it in your
green bin. A whole load of the correct items can be contaminated by having the wrong plastic in the mix, even the little ring at the top of a milk jug. When the boxes are prepared for shipment, the process is slowed significantly, when the misplaced items have to be sorted out. Garden Club thanks all of our residents for adding one more thing to the recycling challenge everyday, but we were sure you’d embrace another way to keep Cazenovia beautiful. Sincere thanks also, to our partners in this effort, Matthew and Colette Dydo at Matthew’s, Jessica Amidon at Caz Cans and Bob Dubik, for coming in to rescue the program.
Week of March 31 By Sharon Cooney
Letters policy The Cazenovia Republican welcomes letters to the editor on subjects of interest to our readers.All letters must be signed and should bear a daytime telephone number.The telephone number will not be printed or released, and is for verification purposes only. The Republican reserves the right to edit for space, clarification or to avoid obscenity, but ideas will not be altered. Letters should be legible and no more than 500 words long. Letters used do not necessarily reflect the newspaper’s opinions. Anonymous letters receive no consideration. Send letters to: Cazenovia Republican, 114 Canal St., PO Box 228, Canastota, NY 13032. Or email to email@example.com
150 Years Ago March 28, 1860 – Two hundred feet of Gutta Percha Hose have been purchased for the Fire Department of this village. It is proposed to obtain 200 feet in addition, which will be sufficient to equip one of the engines with new hose. This hose costs one half, and it is supposed will last nearly as long. We have had a regular Winter’s snow storm, and more snow has fallen than has been upon the ground at any previous period during the past winter. Sleighing has been very good during the past week
100 Years Ago 114 N. Canal St., P.O. Box 228, Canastota, NY 13032 Established 1808 USPS 095-260 Phone 315-697-7142 ● Fax 315-697-6283 www.cnylink.com
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March 31, 1910 – Extensive repairs have been made to the Cazenovia laundry. The burning of soft coal has been discontinued which adds much to the cleanliness of the town. Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Kennard and family of Boston are spending a month in town, and supervising the wiring of their summer home for electricity.
50 Years Ago March 31, 1960 – The Cazenovia Firemen selected the following committee for the Annual Easter Ball on Monday, April 18, 1960. Chairmen: Chief Paul Forster, Asst. Chief John Walsh, 1st Asst. Chief Charles Gregg. Tickets and Letters: Don Parisou, Rocky Kelner. Advertising: Howard M. Ayer,
Willowbank on Forman Street was the ancestral home of Mrs.A.W. (Helen L. Stebbins) Kennard, built by her great-grandfather, Perry G. Childs in 1811. The estate remained in the Childs family until 1954.
Robert Kelley. Treasurer: Rollin H. Kohler. Decorations: David Hutchinson, Charles Jones. Refreshments: John W. Ryan, John D. Marion. Checkroom: Walter Pangborn, Peter Togias. Door Committee: William Colligan, George Miller Sr. Floor and Clean up Committee: Paul Forster, John Walsh, Charles Gregg. Orchestra: Charles Gregg.
In case you’ve wondered why no Village Police have been seen lately…Patrolman M. Colucci is on a week’s vacation and Sgt. J. Schelah has taken over the night trick. Three local young men have undertaken a new business enterprise in Cazenovia. Bill Meigs, Chuck Sero and Bob Friend are now operating the Cazenovia Waxing Association
on Riverside Dr. They are cleaning , washing and waxing cars.
This column is compiled by Sharon Cooney from the Cazenovia Republican archives at Lorenzo State Historic Site in Cazenovia. It is written in the style of the time. Sharon Cooney is Interpretive Programs Assistant at Lorenzo.
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Word must be getting out that a game of duplicate bridge at the Cazenovia Library is a fun, low cost ($1), mentally stimulating way to spend a rainy Tuesday afternoon. On March 23, thirty-four players showed up to play on nine tables. Elsie Henton made her first appearance, partnering with Rose Hall and Irene Bahouth enjoyed her first time playing with the always feisty, 97 year old, Fran Coventry. Alice Angelo teamed with Elie Ludwig to claim overall honors and win the East/West side. Toni and Bob Salisbury nipped Joyce and Gary Droege to claim first place, North/ South. Also playing the N/S cards, Polly and Jack Koerner took third place over Jane Fuller and Carl Bjork, fourth. Penny Emerick and Dave Bull were second, E/W, just
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Caz HS to host 8th Annual Jazz Night Guest saxophonist Mike Carbone to join ensemble The Cazenovia High School Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Kathy DiNardo, will present its 8th annual Jazz Night at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday April 13 in the Cazenovia High School Auditorium. The featured guest this year will be saxophonist and educator, Mike Carbone. Carbone is a native of Utica. He moved to the Binghamton area in 1981 and is an instrumental music teacher in the John-
son City School District where he is Coordinator of Music, Director of Concert Band and Jazz Ensemble 1 at the High School. He joined the Binghamton University music faculty in 1997 and serves as Director of the Jazz Studies Program. His duties at Binghamton University include teaching Jazz Improvisation, Jazz History and directing the Harpur Jazz Ensemble. He holds a B.M.E. from the Crane School of Music and an M.M. from Binghamton University, having studied saxophone with Dr. James Stoltie, J.R. Montrose, Al Gallodoro, and April Lucas. Carbone is also a member of Al Hammeâ€™s Music
Unlimited & Swing Street Jazz Groups, the Danny Dâ€™Imperio Big Band Bloviation, the contemporary jazz group, Cosa Nova, and Miles Ahead. He has also served as guest conductor for Broome, Seneca and Tompkins County Music Educatorsâ€™ Festivals, and as Saxophone/Jazz Improvisation Instructor for the New York State School of Music for the Arts at Binghamton University. Mike was also the last Secretary Officer for the New York State Chapter of the International Association for Jazz Education. During his career playing the saxophone, Carbone has had the opportunity to perform with many well-known artists
Come Celebrate â€˜The Sound of Musicâ€™ to grace the Easter Season Cazenovia College stage FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF CAZENOVIA
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Rodgers and Hammersteinâ€™s â€œThe Sound of Music,â€? will be staged on April 9 through 11 and April 16 through 18 at the Catherine Cummings Theatre at Cazenovia College. Curtain times are 8 p.m. for Friday and Saturday performances and 2 p.m. on Sundays. General admission for adults is $14; for seniors and children 12 and over is $10; for children 12 and under is $8; and for Cazenovia College students is $4. Tickets are available at Cazenovia Jewelry and through the box office at 655-7827, or e-mail cprossner@cazenov ia. edu. For more information, call 655-7238. â€œThe Sound of Mu-
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Spring brings longer days, warmer temperatures, flowers and testing at Cazenovia Junior/Senior High School. Students should remember to get plenty of rest the night before an exam, to eat a hearty breakfast and to arrive with time to find their seats and relax before the exam begins.
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Trapp and Sue Berger is the Mother Abbess. The show is directed by David Lowenstein, artist in residence at Cazenovia College, and produced by Colleen Prossner, operations manager of the Catherine Cummings Theatre. The children of Captain von Trapp will be played by Cazenovia College students and area residents. Samantha Brooks, of Morris, a junior at Cazenovia College, plays Liesl; Sean Maliga, of Cazenovia, plays Friedrich; Alexandra Astras, of Monticello, a junior at Cazenovia College, is Louisa; David Kempf, of Cazenovia, plays Kurt; Kristen Teno, of Clarence a Cazenovia College senior, is Brigitta; Juliana Slocum, of Cazenovia, is Marta; and Gretl is played by Nia Lloyd, of Cazenovia.
Seeking young artists
The Earlville Opera House West Gallery is pleased to announce an opportunity for talented youth in our community with its sixth annual TeensART 2010 Exhibit from April 10 through May 15. The deadline for entry is Saturday April 3. Invitations have been sent to forty seven art teachers across the community Home-schooled teens may go online to earlvilleoperahouse.com to see how to submit individual works â€“ look under gallery events for submission form in PDF format. (A form is also sent with this press release.) The show will feature work from teens from sixth grade through seniors, in
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sic,â€? written for actress Mary Martin by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein, is based on the memoirs of Maria von Trapp. A number of dramatic changes were made to the story, principally to the personality of Captain von Trapp, and the manner in which the family left Austria. Two films, â€œThe Trapp Family,â€? (1956), and â€œThe Trapp Family in America,â€? (1958), detail the real story. In the original Broadway version of â€œThe Sound of Music,â€? Mar ia was played by Mary Martin and the Baron von Trapp was played by Theodore Bikel. A number of Cazenovia residents are featured in â€œThe Sound of Music.â€? Amanda Benoit stars as Maria Rainer; John Melvin plays Captain Georg von
including Al Marino, Natalie Cole, Tommy Tune, Mel Torme, The Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra, Engelbert Humperdinck, Slam Stewart, Nick Brignola, Steve Gilmore, Tom Whaley, Duffy Jackson, Jeff Jarvis, Jacque Washington, Bill Carter â€™s Presbybop Quartet, The Temptations and the local music group Splash. Carbone will be spending the day working with the jazz ensemble in clinics and will perform with the group at our evening concert. This concert is sponsored by the Cazenovia Central Schools Enrichment Committee. It is free and open to the public.
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Drama Club wows with ‘Annie Get Your Gun!’ The Cazenovia High School Drama Department presented “Annie Get Your Gun” at Cazenovia High School with an open dress rehearsal Thursday March 25 and performances Friday March 26 and Saturday March 27. CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: The cast takes its curtain call at the end of a Wednesday March 24 rehearsal; Tommy Keeler, played by Andrew Dain, and Winnie Tate, played by Hannah Chanatry, pose at the end of a musical number; Frank Butler, played by Matt Dudley, leads the men in “My Defenses Are Down;” Annie Oakley, played by Katie Ball, shows off some trick gunmanship from several feet off of the ground.
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Caz students hit the airwaves Radio Broadcasting class benefit to fund Communications scholarship
The Cazenovia High School Radio Broadcasting class will present the spring Whiteout Benefit at 6 p.m. April 10 at the Cazenovia High School auditorium.
Tickets are $10 pre-sale and $12 at the door. All proceeds will go to the newly formed Communications Scholarship to aid students who intend to enter the communications field. Acts will include local talents Matt Dudley and the John Learner Project as well as Dave Matthews cover band, Big Eyed Phish. Doors open at 6 p.m. for everyone. For more information, contact 6551370 ext. 5122 or visit cazradio.com.
BUSINESS Chamber of Commerce news Caz Pizzeria dinner event upcoming Please join The Greater Cazenovia Area Chamber of Commerce will host a social evening to introduce our members to the newly expanded Cazenovia Pizzeria, now serving beer and wine. The event will include the pizzeria’s famous pizza with various toppings, assorted wings, bread sticks and salad There will be a cash bar, and the dinner is $10 per person. Advanced reservations
are required by Friday April 2. For reservations please email the chamber office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 6559243.
student qualifies to apply for the GCACC Scholarship. Graduates that meet the above requirements are encouraged to take advantage of a $1000 scholarship made available through the GCACC Scholarship Fund. There are two $1000 scholarships available. Applications are available at the Cazenovia Junior/Senior High School Guidance Office or the Chamber Office and must be returned by May 7.
Chamber invites scholarship applications If a student or one of his or her parents are members of the Greater Cazenovia Area Chamber of Commerce, or if a student or one of his or her parents are employed by a GCACC member, that
Credit union honors area school bus drivers
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It has been said, “Take of those who take care of your children.” So it is with great appreciation that the staff and members of FocalPoint Federal Credit Union, with a Chittenango location, recently conducted a series of “School Bus Driver Support” events to show just how much they value the care and dedication shown by school transportation department employees throughout the year. “School bus drivers, mechanics and dispatchers often aren’t given the credit and thanks they deserve for assuring that our children get to and from school safely and on schedule…despite obstacles like traffic, weather and unforeseen challenges,” said Jim Hartman, a member of the credit union. Hartman coordinates the School Bus Driver Support events along with Focal-
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Point staffers who handed out hot coffee and tea, along with fresh bagels and muffins to more than 100 transportation department drivers, mechanics and dispatchers employed by the Chittenango, Morrisville-Eaton and Madison school districts. The events, which took place over several weeks in early and mid-March were a big hit with the bus drivers, who said it’s nice to know that people care about them as much as they care about their young passengers. “Several drivers said they have received thank you gifts from children and parents, but never something like this from a local business or organization,” said FocalPoint’s CEO Marilyn Marra-Crolick. “We’re looking forward to scheduling more school bus driver support events before the end of the school year. It’s just one more way for us to give back to the community that has helped our credit union continue to grow and succeed.”
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In brief Joseph Bono named to the SUNY Delhi men’s outdoor track Joseph Bono III of Cazenovia, was recently named a participating member of the Men’s Outdoor Track Team at SUNY Delhi. Bono III is pursuing an associate degree in Physical Education Studies at Delhi.
Hockey team wins youth hockey championship The Center State 16U Midget team won the New York State Tier 3 youth hockey championship this past weekend in Batavia. In doing so, they captured the title for the second straight year. Members of the team include Will Blazer, Zach Bonavita, Ryan Bonk, Connor Cannizzaro, Sean Cannizzaro, Ryan Dezalia, Connor Elsenbeck, Matt Engler, Alex Foster, Brian Gara, Peter Hameline, Luke Lauchert, Sam Lewis, Joe Nardella and Kevin Niver. Center State Youth Hockey is based in Morrisville, NY and offers hockey programs ranging from Learn to Skate to 18U.
Just get to Augusta already All right, time for a recap. In the 2009 Masters, Angel Cabrera won after Kenny Perry, who led through much of the final round, bogeyed the last two holes and Chad Campbell, who also reached the playoff with Cabrera and Perry, missed a short putt on 18 to get eliminated. Read those facts, and remember them. For it might be the last you hear about them prior to the 74th edition of this springtime classic. What the return of Tiger Woods to competitive golf at Augusta National means, quite simply, is that the rest of the field will cease to exist. Not just be cast aside, or ignored, or forgotten, but vanish, for their presence at the Biggest Sports Story of the Millennium would mean that this was, darn it all, a golf tournament. Never before have I looked forward more to a golf telecast. In its own ironic and strange way, the total control Augusta National has over the way its event is covered will serve as a haven from the single-minded insanity of the build-up to it.
First of all, the Masters does not just hand out press credntials to anyone with a badge. Only serious folks allowed – golf writers, then the rest of the sports journalist community. Of course, that will include a fair share of self-promoting, self-righteous columnists that pollute our TV screens and get more face time than the athletes they endlessly bash, but it’s still better than TMZ or the National Enquirer and the rest of the stalking crowd. Then there’s the oftcriticized Masters telecast itself. There’s ESPN for the early rounds, then CBS for the weekend, the latter having broadcast this tournament since 1956. It’s always done on a year-to-year basis, with rights far cheaper than other big sporting events and fewer commercials. In return, Augusta controls everything, including the language. Say the wrong thing and, like Jack Whitaker in the 1960s and Gary McCord in 1994, you won’t be asked back. That reaches an absurd extreme, too – no mention of rough (must say second cut),
or of a gallery (patrons, always), among other things. A lot of folks, especially the golf fans, despise this maniacal control, especially since the other three majors, while properly reverential in their own way, never reach the absurd extremes that Augusta does. On the other hand…at least with this golf tournament, the primary emphasis is on the golf, and all the players trying to win it and fulfill a lifelong dream. No single individual is more important than the event itself. And boy, will we need that perspective for the 2010 Masters. Within the oasis of the ESPN/CBS coverage (and masters. org too), proper attention will be given to all the contenders, whether their private life is a tabloid pinata or not. Yes, the ratings will be enormous. Big deal – my sense is that golf fans, and perhaps even some of the non-golf fans, will be beyond sick and tired of all-Tiger-all-thetime when they tee it up for real on April 8. The Return of Woods (you must use capital letters
for this, everyone else will) is bound to have a double-edged effect on the others in the field. A positive is that none of them will feel any kind of outside pressure. All of it will be the usual amount of natural tension a major championship, a trip to Augusta and the chance to don a green jacket creates. Countering that, though, is a negative side where all the players, if anyone bothers to ask them questions, will be getting a steady diet of Tiger, whether they want it or not. And there’s a real chance that, if someone else wins the tournament, they’ll be treated as a trivial footnote – tolerated at best, ignored at worst. That would be criminal. The gawkers who tune in expecting some sort of heckling will be sorely disappointed. The Augusta patrons know that, if they act up in any way, the club has
the right to revoke their badges and keep them from attending future Masters. And the waiting list to get those badges stretches all the way to Macon, perhaps even Birmingham. That, too, will be quite welcome. All the outsiders that want golf to turn into football or hockey or baseball, complete with boos and cheers while the players are swinging, are way out of line. In any sport, the best work is done when the competitive conditions are optimal. Golf survived centuries quiet. It can continue to do so. Deal with it. For the whole of golf, it’s good to have its brightest star back. The best way to survive the crazy conditions surrounding Tiger’s return is to ignore about 99.99 percent of the coverage and commentary you’ll hear in the next couple of weeks and just wait for the Masters. For all the other things we’ll hear, the Redemption of Tiger Woods will mostly hinge on what he does once he gets to the course and starts swinging again – a golf club, that is.
Students celebrate Earth Syracuse Poster Project readies 2010 poster series Day early this year Caz artist, professor guides advanced student artists
The Syracuse Poster Project will unveil the 2010 poster series, 6 p.m. Thursday, April 8, in the atrium at City Hall Commons, 201 E. Washington St., Syracuse. The Poster Projec t br ings together poets and Syracuse University artists to create an annual series of poetry posters for the poster panels of downtown Syracuse. The 2010 ser ies includes 15 posters created by a class of advanced illustration students taught by Syracuse University
Professor Roger DeMuth, of Cazenovia, and one supplemental poster created by Eric Johanni, a graduate student in print making. The student artists work in a variety of styles, including decorative, pattern-based, landscape, caricature, graphic and painterly. The resulting posters pay tribute to nature, highways and byways, home ownership, café culture, local industry, childhood recollections of downtown, city landmarks, and Irish heritage. The unveiling culminates nearly a year of collaborative work. Over the summer, participating poets write the three-line form of poetry known as
haiku. By the September deadline, approximately 90 poets had submitted 176 new poems. The Downtown Committee of Syracuse will post the posters shortly after the unveiling. The posters remain on display for a year. Beyond the poster panels, the project reaches the larger community by selling 11 x 17-inch prints of the posters and by exhibiting a complete set of the prints at a different downtown venue each month. Prints can be purchased at Eureka Crafts in Armory Square, at the Copy Centers, 131 S. Salina St., and at the project ’s on-line store at posterproject.org. All
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Cazenovia High School students are planning a week of service-related activities beginning April 8. Project CAFÉ student leaders are planning an early observance of Earth Day as the week’s culmination. The communitywide cleanup will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday April 10. While Earth Day is not until April 22, students are starting early to avoid a conflict with the school’s spring break. Participants should meet at the high school west parking lot (along Forman Street) at 10 a.m.
April 10. Volunteers will be assigned a portion of the village or surrounding area and given coordinating instructions. The event will wrap up at noon outside Project CAFÉ’s Common Grounds headquarters at 35 Albany Street. All groups and individuals throughout the community are invited to participate. Project CAFÉ students will also take part in a service work weekend. Community members with springtime chores such as raking or moving items out of winter storage can call to arrange for a team of student work-
ers. All donations for the work will go to charity. If you are interested in arranging for a team, call 655-9380. Cazenovia students will also be active in a number of other events that weekend, including an April 8 spaghetti dinner to benefit Taylor Matt and her family, the “Mr. Caz” pageant on April 9 and the spring “White Out” benefit on April 10. Details for all these events will be featured in next week’s issue.
Kurt Wheeler is on the Project CAFÉ adult board.
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RELIGIOUS NEWS Village Baptists host Good Friday services
First Presbyterian Church of Cazenovia news
Easter Service: A Celebration of the Resurrection with trumpets, anthems, and sermon First Presbyterian Church of Cazenovia will offer a celebration service of Easter at 10 a.m. Sunday April 4. Easter is the most joyful time of the church year. celebrated against the background of the shadows and darkness of Lent and Holy Week, this season truly becomes a living expression of the hope that God has brought into the world through the death and resurrection of Jesus. Probably the most traditional way of celebrating Easter is through special music and song. At the First Presbyterian Church of Cazenovia,
Music Director Catharine Wheat has planned a program of special music. The Prelude will be â€œBaroque Alleluiaâ€? by Bach and â€œRejoicingâ€? by Handel with trumpet and organ. The Introit will be â€œJubilate Deoâ€? sung by all three choirs of the church from all parts of the sanctuary and accompanied by handbells. The Senior Choir will sing â€œAlleluia Christ Is Risenâ€? by Patrick M. Liebergen accompanied by the trumpet and a chorus from Bachâ€™s Cantata No.15 â€œBe Joyful Togetherâ€? arranged by Hal H. Hopson The center of the service will be
the sermon by The Reverend Dr. Steven R. Thomas Jr., â€œBe Glad and Rejoice Forever.â€? The postlude will be â€œAllegro and Finale by Vivaldi with organ and trumpet. For those looking for an open and friendly place to celebrate Easter, Pastor Thomas invites you to worship at the First Presbyterian Church of Cazenovia. Child Care and Sunday School are available during the service. For more information contact the church at 6553191 or visit the cazpres.org.
The Cazenovia Village Baptist Church will host â€œThe Death of Death in the Death of Christâ€? on Good Friday, 7 p.m. Friday April 2. The church will host â€œa scriptural reflection upon the love God in Christ and Congregational worship through traditional hymns.â€? Cazenovia Village Baptist Church is located at 7 Seminary St., Cazenovia. Richard Dickinson is pastor.
Poster From page 9 proceeds help the project become self-sustaining. Professor Roger DeMuth can be reached at 655-8599. For general information, more information about the poets and artists, or images of the posters, get in touch with
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College fashion students to offer a round-trip â€˜Flight of Fashion!â€™
The Cazenovia College Art Gallery in Reisman Hall continues student exhibitions with an exhibit by four seniors from April 17 through 20, with a reception from 2 to 4 p.m. April 17 in the gallery. Kari Oâ€™Mara, of Central Square, is a senior in the studio art program specializing in photography. Oâ€™Maraâ€™s â€œSenior Thesisâ€? Exhibition, titled â€œRepulsing Attraction,â€? is made up of about a dozen 16â€? X 20â€? framed photographs. â€œâ€™Repulsing Attractionâ€™ is a fitting title for this body of work,â€? Oâ€™Mara said. â€œLarge black and white photographs mount the wall, exposing the repelling features of the human body.â€? Treating the figure as an abstract landscape, Oâ€™Mara applies a variety of textures to emphasize contours, crevasses and follicles. â€œThis show is like a car SAVE $$ crash,â€? she said. â€œYou want on
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Kari Oâ€™Mara, of Central Square, is one of four seniors to show work
The students of Cazenovia Collegeâ€™s Fashion Design and Fashion Merchandising programs will present the Collegeâ€™s 37th Annual Fashion Show, â€œFlight of Fashion!,â€? on Saturday April 24, at the Schneeweiss Athlet ic Complex on Liberty Street in Cazenovia. The show, sponsored by Dreissig Apparel, in Syracuse, is designed and produced by Cazenovia College students. This year for the first time, two shows will be offered because of last yearâ€™s overwhelming attendance. The matinee at 2:30 p.m., and the evening show at 7:30 p.m., will feature gar-
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School to observe Crime Victimsâ€™ Rights Week
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the Quad at Cazenovia College. If a violent crime has affected your life, this project is for you. The Clothesline Project is a program started on Cape Cod, Mass., in 1990, to address the issue of violence against Cazenovia College will sponsor two women. It is a vehicle for women affected events for the Madison County Victims by violence to express their emotions by of Violence program, based in Oneida. decorating a shirt. They then hang the Thirty years ago, victims of crimes had shirt on a clothesline to be viewed by no specified rights. Today there are others as testimony to the problem of basic rights and protections for victims violence against women. For more inforof crime. They have the right to attend mation, visit clotheslineproject.org. Participants should bring a t-shirt, trials and hearings, to be compensated, paints will be provided. to be heard, to be informed, and to be Candlelight vigil for victims of crime protected. will be from 7 to 8 p.m. Tuesday April The Clothesline Project will be held from noon to 2 p.m. Monday April 19 on 20. Pa r t i c i pants will meet on " the quad at Cazenovia #
farm had produced about 300 gallons this season. Critz had hoped to be closer to 500 gallons, but the nights had been too warm. In the sugar house, energy from the burning wood turns 40 gallons of sap into a gallon of maple syrup. The students were impressed when stoker Patrick Allen loaded a towering stack of wood into the fire, which he has to do every seven minutes. The process produces three to four gallons of syrup an hour. Allen is a 2007 graduate of Cazenovia High School. This year marks the farmâ€™s 10th annual Maple Syrup Celebration.
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College and walk to Cazenovia Lake to hear personal stories and statistics. Victims of Violence, a Liberty Resources program, provides free and confidential services to those affected by sexual assault, domestic violence or other violent crimes in Madison County and surrounding communities. Services are available to all victims and their family, regardless of when the abuse or crime occurred or whether they choose to report it to the police. In addition to services provided to victims, the program takes a leadership role in the community by providing education and prevention services on issues related to sexual assault, child abuse, domestic violence and dating violence. For information, or to ask for help, call 363-0048 or call the Hotline 366-5000, or visit victimsofviolence.org and liberty-resources.org/programs.
Hamilton Lifelong Learning Program announces new adult education course Spring is on the horizon, and the Upstate Instituteâ€™s Lifelong Learning Program is presenting courses to exercise both mind and body. Colgate professor Dr. Lesleigh Cushing , Department of Religion, will lead a course on â€œReading the Hebrew Bible in Americaâ€? from 1 to 3 p.m. Thursday April 8, 15, 22 and 29 at the Hamilton Public Library. The course will focus on the ways that the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) is read and used in American culture and politics. The class will look at what the Bible says (or doesnâ€™t say) about
a range of issues, from the role of women to the death penalty to stem cell research. The LLP is a community-based collaboration between Colgate University and its Central New York neighbors to provide adults of all ages with ongoing education for the enrichment of their lives in a diversity of field. Membership is $30 for individuals and $55 for couples. Scholarships are available on request. To enroll in the LLP or register for classes, call 228-6623 and leave a message or e-mail llp@colgate. edu.
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From page 11 to look away but you just cannot stop staring.â€? Oâ€™Mara will share the spotlight with three other seniors: Caroline Locatelli, Megan King and Ben Rogers. The Cazenovia College Art Gallery in Reisman Hall is on the corner of Sullivan and Seminary streets in Cazenovia. Hours during the academic year are 1 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday; and 2 to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Summer hours vary. For information contact Jennifer Pepper, gallery director, at jpepper@ cazenovia.edu, or 6557138. Information is also online at cazenovia.edu/ art-gallery.
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Scarves can be worn year round you definitely don’t want to go with something you could wear with jeans. You’ll want to stick with the fanciest, silkiest scarves you can find. I find that people tend to make scarves incredibly difficult; but the truth is, wearing a scarf is very simple. It’s nearly impossible to do wrong! There are so many ways to tie a scarf around your neck. If you’re wearing a long scarf, start by sort of scrunching it together lengthwise, and placing it around the back of your neck so that the ends hang down around the fronts of your thighs. Then wrap one end around the front of your neck, and let that end hang behind you. If you want, do the same with the other side, but it isn’t necessary. Also, you can bring the ends back around to the front of your neck, so that it’s wrapped around your throat, and the ends hang in front of you. You can wrap the scarf as many times around your neck as you want, as loose or as tight as you want. For a belt or a sash just take the scarf and tie it around your waist. This style will make your hips seem smaller! (And who can say no to that?) To wear a scarf around your wrist, just wrap a smaller scarf around like you would a very long necklace that you want to turn into a bracelet, and tie the ends or tuck them
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under the wrapped parts. To wear one on your head, just think back to the 1960s and 1970s, and the hippie fashions. You can wear it as a turban covering your head, or tie it around the back of your head to make a headband. Tying a scarf to your purse is simple (and is quite explanatory in itself.) It doesn’t matter where you tie a scarf, or how – it will always give your look something extra! If you have a question about a specific style, email me at rinnic007@ yahoo.com. Keep reading “Fashion Beat” every week! Next week I’ll tell you about some of the latest Spring trends – how to wear them, where to wear them, and what to wear them with. And remember, as Stacy and Clinton always say: You wear the clothes; they don’t wear you.
Rinni Clark graduated from Clinton High School in 2007. In May 2009 she graduated from Herkimer County Community College with an associates degree in Fashion Merchandising. Clark is currently a junior at Cazenovia College and is now working towards a bachelor’s degree.
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Scarves can be seen throughout history, dating back to ancient Rome. In those times, men used scarves as our grandfathers might use handkerchiefs – to wipe sweat from their faces and necks. Eventually, Roman men began to use scarves to accessorize by tying them to their belts. Of course, women adopted this style soon after. Today, scarves are our most versatile accessory. You don’t need to live in Alaska or Antarctica to wear scarves all year round – they can be worn with anything and everything! You can wear one with jeans and a T-shirt, business attire, formal wear – whatever you can think of. Wear it as a belt or sash, around your neck or wrist, on your head, tied to your purse...or anywhere else you can think of! This accessory can jazz up any boring old outfit you may have. When you wear a scarf with jeans and a T-shirt, you can do anything with it, and it can be of any fabric. Textures are in right now, so forget about what your mother taught you and pair those casual, worn out blue jeans with a “fancy” silk scarf. For business attire, you may not want to experiment too much with textures. Stick to dressier scarves around your neck, or tied to your purse. In formal wear,
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Forget Me Nots: A welcome reminder
Favorite plants like favorite people can become friends. A familiarity or a certain easiness. When Richard moved into senior housing he struck up a friendship with a delightful lady named Pat. After a bit Pat and Richard fell in love. They were seen taking long walks together, summer and winter, it didn’t seem to matter. They were always hand-in-hand, or with arms linked because Richard was blind except for a little peripheral vision. Their love continued for years, right up through when Pat became ill. Richard, in spite of his own problems with age and vision, saw to it that Pat was taken to the emergency room when things worsened and it was Richard who was by her bedside when she passed. And this spring Richard asked if a special plant or flower in honor of Pat could be tucked away on the grounds of the senior housing. Like Pat herself, maybe a plant that is not at all fussy. A plant that isn’t showy really because Pat wasn’t showy, but a plant that would, like Pat, bring a smile to everyone it meets. Perhaps too a plant that would be at home like Pat was in a variety of settings. And finally a plant
Patricia Greenfield, 60 Registered dietician of DeRuyter; a sister, Mary (Jeffrey) Strongin of Palm Springs, CA; and by many nieces and nephews. Memorial Services: 11 a.m. Friday March 26 at DeWitt Community Church. Patricia Greenfield Visitation 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday March 25 at Eaton-Tubbs-Schepp Funeral Home, 7191 E. Genesee St., Fayetteville. For directions, florists, or a guestbook, please visit scheppfamily.com Contributions: The SPCA, 5878 E. Molloy Rd., Mattydale, NY 13211.
Clifford A. Winans, 95 Graduate of Morrisville College Clifford A. Winans, 95, of Tavares, FL, passed away on Wednesday March 24, 2010, at Waterman Village, Mount Dora, FL. Born in Minoa, Clifford resided in Cazenovia for 25 years until moving to Florida in 2004. He was a graduate of Morrisville College. Clifford retired in 1974 as a General Motors Executive at Fisher Body of Syracuse where he was an Administrator of Material and Production Control. He was a member of the Catholic faith. Clifford was predeceased by his wife of 61 years, Mildred, in 2005. Survivors: his son, Roger Winans of Tavares, FL; sister, Barbara Bachman, of Syracuse; granddaughter, Jennifer Wright and her husband Mark Wright of Winston-Salem, NC; great-granddaughter, Alexis Wright of Winston-Salem, NC and 10 nieces and nephews. Services: 1:30 p.m. Tuesday March 30 at Eaton-Tubbs-Schepp Funeral Home. Burial at Woodlawn Cemetery. Calling hours will precede the service from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home, 7191 East Genesee Street, Fayetteville. For directions, florists, or a guestbook, please visit scheppfamily.com. Arrangements by Eaton-Tubbs-Schepp Funeral Home, Fayetteville.
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Seeking From page 6 a wide range of media. A public opening reception for all participants, their guests, and Earlville Opera House members and friends, and the public will take place from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday April 10. Refreshments will be served, and admission is free and open to the public. The EOH Galleries are not-for-profit exhibit space and run year-round
exhibits of local, regional and national artwork. To drop off or pick up work, EOH Hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, and noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday. The Gallery can also be visited by appointment. The Gallery is located at 18 East Main Street in Earlville. For more information, please call 691-3550.
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this program, including physical fitness, attendance and academics. The Pre-Employment Police Basic Training Program is open to any resident interested in pursuing employment in a police department in New York State. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. The 2010/11 training program will commence Sept. 18 on the Cazenovia College campus. Classes will be held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings and on Saturdays through Spring 2011. Cazenovia College’s Phase I Pre-employment Police Basic Training Program was established in partnership with the Little Falls Police Department, with approval from the State Division of Criminal Justice Services, in 2004. The Police Pre-Certification Program curriculum meets all requirements established by the Municipal Police Training Council. Upon graduation students are awarded a Certificate of Completion for Phase I. A prospective hiring agency will arrange for completion of Phase II training before a full certificate from DCJS is awarded.
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Cazenovia College’s Office of Extended Learning will host an information session about its Phase I Pre-employment Police Basic Training Program on April 28, 7 p.m., at the Kirkland Senior Citizens Building/Police Station, at 2 New St., Clark Mills. For more information, or to register for the meeting, please contact the Office of Extended Learning at 655-7287. Complete program information is also available at cazenovia.edu/police. The program is designed for current civilian or non-sworn personnel throughout New York State who are interested in entering the law enforcement field as police officers in New York State. Every standard required by a fulltime basic police academy applies to
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that would let people remember and not forget a special friend and a special love. The plant Richard’s friend chose to grow is the Forget Me Not (Myosotis sylvatica .) This is a foot tall perennial or self seeding annual, with clusters of tiny soft blue flowers with yellow centers that burst forth in early spring. You can sow Forget Me Not seeds directly outdoors after all danger of frost has passed. Dig the soil well and just scatter seeds by hand. Gent ly sif t a t iny amount of soil over the seeds, covering them with just 1/8 inch fine soil. Water gently and in about 10 to 20 days the seeds will germinate. Once the Forget Me Nots have reached about 3 inches tall, thin them to 6 inches apart. To be sure you get flowers the first year, you can start seeds indoors a few weeks before your last frost. Forget Me Nots grow best in fairly moist rich soil out of the hottest sunlight, perhaps under a tree
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Patricia Greenfield, of Fayetteville, died on Wednesday March 17, 2010, due to complications from cancer. Patricia was born in DeRuyter on Aug. 17, 1949. She graduated from Cazenovia Central Schools and went on to earn her undergraduate degree from SUNY Plattsburgh and master’s degree from Syracuse University. She spent her entire adult life in Central New York, working in various roles as a registered dietician. She was predeceased by her mother, Patricia Miller Schelah and a brother, Stanley Schelah. She is survived by her husband of 38 years, Neal; her father, Frank Schelah; a son, Jonathan of Madrid, Spain; a daughter, Julie of Fayetteville; her brothers, Robert (Betty Jo) Schelah of Manlius and Charles (Susan) Schelah
or in filtered sunlight. Besides sowing seeds in the spring you can plant Forget Me Not seeds in middle to late summer for blooms next year. Like all good friends this plant spreads itself around, and you will often find it re-sows itself for the next year. A native of Europe and Asia Forget Me Nots are hardy and survive in USDA zones 3 to9. They have escaped and grow wild throughout North America. Like love itself, once planted, the Forget Me Not spreads willingly. Good friends like Richard and Pat get along well with others and the Forget Me Not is a great companion to white alyssum and small spring bulbs like grape hyacinths. Forget Me Nots are quite at home in a cottage garden or along a woodland path. So this spring and early summer a cluster of blue flowers will bloom near a spot where love bloomed. And Pat will be remembered and perhaps for years the Forget Me Nots will come back. The Forget Me Nots will spread and pop up where no one remembers planting them, because sometimes plants remember love and honor lovers like Richard and Pat, even when mere gardeners forget.
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The Lincklaen Shamrock 4-H club have been up to a variety of projects this winter and spring.
A very busy season for community service By Maria Groetz
We have had a very busy season with community service. In December, we decorated the church with other people in the community for Christmas; it looked beautiful when we were finished. We also made some lip balm for the solders in Iraq. Surprisingly it was very easy to make, and we made it with all natural products. We made many exciting projects during the season too. First we made some cool clothes for us to wear. This sewing project took time, and we all made something different to wear. Then we made our own tasty soup. Everyone created a unique masterpiece out of a wide array of vegetables and spices! We had lots of fun making the soup and it was judged on the best tasting NOTICE OF FORMATION Notice of Formation of FYITM MEXICO, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 2/22/ 10. Office location: Madison County. Princ. office of LLC: 2747 Rt. 20 East, Cazenovia, NY 13035. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to the LLC at the addr. of its princ. office. Purpose: Any lawful activity. LEGAL NOTICE Name: CEC WINDPOWER, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on February 9, 2010. County location: Madison. Principal business location is 3200 Route 20 East, Cazenovia, NY 13035. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to 3200 Route 20 East, Cazenovia, NY 13035. Purpose: to engage in any and all business for which LLCs may be formed under the New York LLC Law. NOTICE OF FORMATION Notice of Formation of CEW Medical Solutions, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 11/30/09. Office Location: Madison County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC, 22 Hurd St., Cazenovia, NY 13035. Purpose: any lawful activity NOTICE OF SALE STATE OF NEW YORK SUPREME COURT COUNTY OF MADISON PETER W. MITCHELL and JAMES RIEDL, as surviving Co-Executors of the Last Will & Testament of Robert J. Riedl, Deceased, who died October 13, 2004, Plaintiff, -vsIndex No.: 2009-1558 RJI No.: 2009-0343-X MTD DEVELOPMENT CORP.; MAXIAN HORST and TERRY HORST. Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment
of foreclosure and sale dated February 2, 2010, and entered in the Madison County Clerk’s office on February 23, 2010, I, the undersigned Referee, duly appointed in this action for such purpose, will sell at public auction at the lobby of the Madison County Courthouse, in the Village of Wampsville and the County of Madison, on April 12, 2010, at 10:00 a.m., premises located on or near Burton Street in the Village and/or Town of Cazenovia, and further described as: Beginning at a point in the centerline of Burton Street at the northwesterly corner of a parcel of land heretofore conveyed to R. Riedl by deed recorded in the Madison County Clerk’s Office in Book of Deeds 1248 at Page 311; thence along the westerly line of lands of said R. Riedl (1258/311), S 51° 30' 28" E, a distance of 664.03 feet to an existing iron pipe at the southwesterly corner thereof; said existing iron pipe being in a westerly line of a parcel of land heretofore conveyed to Durfee by deed recorded in the Madison County Clerk’s Office in Book of Deeds 674 at Page 741; thence along said westerly line of lands of said Durfee (674/741), S 05° 14' 09" W, a distance of 158.44 feet to an existing iron pipe at the southwesterly corner thereof, said existing iron pipe being in a northwesterly corner of a parcel of land heretofore conveyed to Burke Living Trust by deed recorded in the Madison County Clerk’s Office in Book of Deeds 1099 at Page 283; thence S 06° 03' 50" W, a distance of 467.03 feet to an existing iron pipe at a corner thereof; thence along a northerly line of lands of said Burke Living Trust (1099/ 283), N 83° 45' 21" W, a distance of 714.63 feet to an existing iron pipe therein, said existing iron pipe being at a corner of lands theretofore conveyed to Barton by Deed recorded in the Madison County Clerk’s Office in Book of Deeds 1056 at Page 204; thence along a northerly line of lands of said Barton (1056/204) and along the northerly line of another
soup. There was no real winner because all the soups tasted delicious. It was fun to cook in this project. In March, we made our posters and got ready for our public presentations. Everyone will have to speak on one subject for five or more minutes. Public presentations help us gain confidence in our public speaking skills. Now we are making lamps with our own decorated lampshades. We have used table saws, drills, chisels, radial arm saws, and glue to make our lamp. We still have to add the final touches to our lamps. In 4-H we do a range of projects, where we learn various skills. We appreciate all the skilled people who help us to complete our projects. We are grateful that they take time out of their busy schedules to teach us.
Maria Groetz is a reporter for the Lincklaen Shamrocks 4-H Club. parcel of land heretofore conveyed to Burton by deed recorded in the Madison County Clerk’s Office in Book of Deeds 954 at Page 135, N 52° 58' 00" W, a distance of 244.07 feet to an existing iron pipe in said northerly line, said line passing through an existing iron pipe at the southeasterly corner of lands of said Burton (954/135); thence N 37° 02' 00" E, along the southerly line of lands theretofore conveyed to Anderson by deed recorded in the Madison County Clerk’s Office in Book of Deeds 1212 at Page 30, along the southerly line of lands reputedly owned by Favro and along the southerly line of a parcel of land heretofore conveyed to Ryan by deed recorded in the Madison County Clerk’s Office in Book of Deeds 990 at Page 189, a distance of 430.03 feet to an existing iron pipe at the southeasterly corner of lands of said Ryan (990/189); thence along the easterly line of lands of said Ryan (990/ 189), N 52° 58' 00" W, a distance of 170.00 feet to a point in the centerline of said Burton Street, said line passing through an existing iron pipe in the southerly highway boundary of said Burton Street; thence along said centerline of Burton Street, N 37° 02' 00" E, a distance of 260.64 feet to an angle point therein; thence continuing along said centerline N 47° 01' 18" E, a distance of 231.10 feet to the point of beginning. Containing 15.071 ± Acres, and as more particularly described in the Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale, sold subject to all the terms and conditions contained in the filed judgment, index no. 20091558, and terms of sale. Approximate amount of Judgment: $144,229.75, plus interest and costs. Lawrence Brown a/k/a Larry Brown, Referee Kevin J. O’Brien, Esq. Mitchell Goris & Stokes, LLC Attorney for the Plaintiff Office & Post Office Address 5 Mill Street P.O. Box 312 Cazenovia, New York 13035 Telephone: (315) 655-3463 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TOWN OF CAZENOVIA NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that there has been presented to the Town Board of the Town of Cazenovia, New York, on March 8, 2010, proposed Local Law No. 12010, entitled, “A Local Law to Amend Chapter 165 (Zoning) of the Town Code of the Town of Cazenovia.” Said Local Law, if enacted, will amend various Sections of Chapter 165, including the addition of the specially permitted use of Art/ Athletic Instruction Studio in the Rural B District, a clarification of the definition of the term “Semi-pervious Surface,” the inclusion of a political signage exception to the Town’s sign regulations, a limit of 24 square feet for commercial real estate signs and the addition of a title to §16595 (“Vacant and Unoccupied Lands”). The full text of said Local Law is on file at the Town Clerk’s Office at the Town Offices located at 7 Albany Street in the Town of Cazenovia for inspection by all interested persons. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that on March 8, 2010, the Town Board determined that this proposed Local Law is an unlisted action, there are no other involved agencies and the Town Board will act as lead agency in this matter; NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Town Board has determined that the adoption of proposed Local Law No. 1-2010 will have no significant impact on the environment, an environmental impact statement will not be required and has issued a negative declaration under SEQR. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Town Board will hold a public hearing on the proposed Local Law at the said Town Offices on April 12, 2010, at 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, at which time all persons interested will be heard. DATED: March 8, 2010 Linda C. Mather Town Clerk Town of Cazenovia OFFICIAL NOTICE RE: HEARING FOR SUBDIVISION OF PROPERTY Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held by the Cazenovia Town Planning Board on Thursday,
The Palace Theater in Hamilton recently welcomed their first intern, Hollyanne Compton, a senior at Cazenovia College majoring in International Studies: Business and Trade, with a minor in Theatre. The Palace Theater, a performing arts center, presents live national, community and collegiate theater, and also serves as a banquet hall. These events will provide an opportunity for Compton to apply her academic studies and life skills in a
work environment where she will gain professional experience involving all aspects of live theater including booking, marketing, public relations, stage production and actor hospitality. As a Cazenovia College student, Compton also plays a major role in connecting local communities. The Palace Theater is excited to have Compton and looks forward to expanding her interest in business, theater, and community as she works towards completing her
Hollyanne Compton studies at Cazenovia College. To learn more about The Palace Theater and its national theater schedule visit palacetheater.org or call 824-1420.
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stuffed 20 eggs with candy and jewelry including 14K yellow gold hoop earrings and a tanzanite & diamond white gold ring.” EGGStravaganza is a fundraiser for the Cazenovia Children’s House. Proceeds from the fundraiser are used for tuition assistance. Cazenovia Children’s House deeply appreciates Cazenovia Jewelry owners Susan Machamer and Ralph Monforte for supporting this event each year. Visit the Cazenovia store to purchase eggs at $4 each or three for $10 before April 4. SUBMITTED PHOTO
Dawn Rajkowski and her daughters Grace and Katie hold their Easter baskets at Cazenovia Jewelry. Although Grace and Katie love to find candy in the eggs for themselves, there’s the possibility of finding jewelry for their mom as well. April 1, 2010 at 7:30 PM, or as soon thereafter as can be heard, at the Town Office Building, 7 Albany Street, Cazenovia, NY on the following matter: Request by Mary McGrath to subdivide parcel tax map number 106.-1-8.3. Property is located at 3896 Burlingame Road, Cazenovia. Planning Board File #10679. The Cazenovia Town Planning Board will at said time and place hear all persons in support of, or in opposition to this request for subdivision. Persons may appear in person or by agent. Michael Palmer, Chairman Town Planning Board Town of Cazenovia Dated: March 23, 2010 PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE TOWN OF NELSON PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Planning Board and the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of Nelson will conduct a joint public hearing on April 13, 2010 at 7:15 p.m., or as soon thereafter as may be heard, at the Town of Nelson Office Building located at 4085 Nelson Road in the Hamlet of Nelson to consider the following applications submitted by the County of Madison, Department of Emergency Communications: - applications for a use variance and special permit / site plan review to construct and operate an emergency services communications / cellular telephone communications facility, including a self supporting tower, equipment shelter and emergency power generator, which is not a permitted use in an AR zoning district; - applications for an area variance and subdivision approval to create a 1.0 acre lot upon which the facility is to be erected, which is less than the 1.4 minimum acre lot size required by the Nelson zoning code, and which has no road frontage, which is less than the 200 feet of road frontage required by the Nelson zoning code; - application for an area variance to erect a tower with a height of 214 feet, which
exceeds the 195 feet height limitation of section 228.2 of the Nelson zoning code; The facility is proposed to be constructed on a site owned by Craig and Kelly Nourse, located west of Chaphe Hill Road, being a portion of tax map parcel No. 133-1-22. All interested persons will be heard at this time. The subject applications are available for review at the office of the Nelson Town Clerk, 4085 Nelson Road, during the Clerk’s regular business hours. Dated: March 17, 2010 Deborah Costello Nelson Town Clerk TOWN OF CAZENOVIA NOTICE N O T I C E CONCERNING THE EXAMINATION OF A S S E S S M E N T INVENTORY AND VALUATION DATA (Pursuant to Section 501 of the Real Property Tax Law) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that assessment inventory and valuation data is available for examination and review. This data is the information which will be used to establish the assessment of each parcel which will appear on the Tentative Assessment Roll of the TOWN OF CAZENOVIA which will be filed on or before May 1st, 2010. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, the information may be reviewed, in the Assessor’s Office at 7 Albany St. between the hours of 9:30 - 11:00 am and 1:00-2:30 pm on Thursdays and Fridays. To make an appointment at please call 315-655-5637. Dated this 1st day of April, 2010 Rochelle A. Harris Sole Assessor CR-14 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF A MEETING OF VOTERS OF THE CAZENOVIA CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CAZENOVIA CENTRAL S C H O O L DISTRICTHEREBY GIVES NOTICE that a meeting of the qualified voters of said
School District will be held in the Small Gymnasium at the Cazenovia High School at 31 Emory Avenue, Cazenovia, New York, in said School District, on Tuesday, May 18, 2010, between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. prevailing time, for the purpose of voting upon the propositions hereinafter set forth and for the election of members of the Board of Education. NOTICE IS ALSO HEREBY GIVEN that a hearing for the purpose of reviewing the proposed 2010-2011 School District Budget will be held on Tuesday, May 11, 2010 at 6:30 p.m., prevailing time, in the auditorium of the Cazenovia High School at 31 Emory Avenue, Cazenovia, New York. NOTICE IS ALSO HEREBY GIVEN that a copy of the statement of the amount of money which will be required for the ensuing year for school purposes and the propositions may be obtained by any taxpayer in said School District at each schoolhouse in said School District in which school is maintained between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm on each day other than a Saturday, Sunday or holiday during the fourteen (14) days immediately preceding May 18, 2010. NOTICE IS ALSO HEREBY GIVEN that petitions nominating candidates for the Board of Education vacancies must be filed in the office of the Clerk of said School District, Cazenovia Middle School, Cazenovia, New York, between the hours of 9:00 am and 5:00 pm not later than the 16th day of April, 2010. There are two (2) at-large vacancies to be filled on the Board of Education, each for a three-year term commencing July 1, 2010 and expiring June 20, 2013. The vacancies arise from the expiration of the terms of Patrick Vogl and Fritz Koennecke. There is one (1) vacancy to be filled on the Board of Education for a two year term commencing May 19, 2010 and expiring June 30, 2012 to complete the term of resigned member Matt
Judge. Each petition shall be directed to the Clerk of said School District, shall be signed by at least twenty-five (25) qualified voters of said School District, shall state the residence of each signer and shall state the named and residence of the candidate. VOTING at such meeting on May 18, 2010 shall be by voting machine upon the matters set forth below: 1. To vote upon the adoption of a budget for said School District for the ensuing fiscal year. 2. To vote upon approval of an appropriation for the Cazenovia Public Library and the New Woodstock Free Library. 3. To vote on the purchase of replacement school buses. 4. To elect two (2) members to fill at large seats on the Board of Education. 5. To elect one (1) member to serve out the remaining term for a resigned Board Member 6. To vote on any other matter as determined by the Board of Education. NOTICE IS ALSO HEREBY GIVEN that qualified voters may obtain applications for absentee ballots from the Office of the District Clerk of the Cazenovia Central School District, Cazenovia Middle School, Cazenovia, NY. Completed applications must be received by the Clerk of the District not later than 5:00 pm on May 17, 2010, and must be received not later than 5:00 p.m. on May 10, 2010 if the absentee ballot is to be mailed to the voter. Completed applications received after 5:00 p.m. on May 17, 2010 will require the voter to personally appear at the Office of the Clerk of the District to receive an absentee ballot. Absentee ballots must be received by the District Clerk not later than 5:00 pm, prevailing time, on Tuesday, May 18, 2010. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF CAZENOVIA CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT By: Patricia Marzeski District Clerk CR-17
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LAWN TRACTOR/CUB CADET 17hp. Originally $5,999. Approx. 300 hrs on clock. 50 inch mowers deck. John Deere dump trailer. Extra belts. Asking $2,500. Call 315-250-1610.
1995 MERCURY VILLAGER MINI-VAN 126,000 miles. Power windows, Driver Seat, AM/FM Cassette. Nice Ride, Some rust $1500 OBO Call 458-4710.
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If you are having a hard time paying your rent, and your utility cost and your rent takes most of your income, there is a program that helps you pay your rent anywhere in Mad. Co. You need to income qualify & you must reside in Mad. Co. to participate in this program. For an application, more info, or to see if you qualify call: (315) 684-3222 or drop into the ofﬁce of the address above.
1 BEDROOM APARTMENTS FOR RENT 24 Nelson St., Cazenovia, NY and 200 Tom Tom St., Chittenango, NY Newly renovated 1 Bedroom subsidized apartments. If you are at least 62 years of age, handicapped or disabled and low income, you may qualify to live in one of these apartments. Laundry facilities on location. Off street parking, Small pets allowed. For more information or to see these apartments please call: 315-426-1265
Stuffed turkey club-burger NUMBER OF SERVINGS: 4
If you love a bit of spice in your life, add a pinch of Cayenne pepper or a dash of hot sauce to the mayonnaise in this recipe. INGREDIENTS: • 454 g (1 lb) minced, raw turkey • 125 ml (1/2 cup) breadcrumbs • 1 egg • 60 ml (1/4 cup) onions, thinly sliced • Salt and pepper to taste • 125 ml (1/2 cup) tomatoes, diced • 4 strips bacon, cooked and diced • 125 ml (1/2 cup) old cheddar cheese, grated • 4 hamburger buns • 4 lettuce leaves • 125 ml (1/2 cup) mayonnaise • 125 ml (1/2 cup) fried onions (optional)
DIRECTIONS: Mix the first five ingredients just enough to bind them together. Don’t manipulate them too much. Set aside. In a bowl, mix the tomatoes, the bacon and the cheese. Divide the turkey mixture in four equal portions and form into patties. Make a hole in the centre of each burger and fill with a quarter of the tomato mixture. Close up the hole so that the stuffing is enclosed by the meat. Flatten the burgers gently. Grill or pan-fry the burgers for 7 or 8 minutes on each side, or until the meat is cooked through (the temperature in the middle should reach 80 ºC (175 ºF). Place the burgers on the bread buns and garnish with the lettuce leaves, mayonnaise and fried onions. Recipe and photo: Chicken Farmers of Canada, www.chicken.ca, with more than 500 recipes.
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Hospital improvements keep coming Construction continues, services added at Oneida Healthcare Center
A new operating room at Oneida Healthcare Center.
Hospital and Extended Care Facility. Recruitment of physicians and br ing ing additional specialties to Oneida are ongoing priorities. Dr. Joseph Mannino recently joined Dr. Joseph Pierz in the Oneida office of Hamilton Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine, working full-time in OHCâ€™s new state of the art surgical facility; Dr. Krislyn Flint has returned to her hometown and is now seeing OB/ GYN patients at Womenâ€™s Health Associates; Dr. Kelly Weaver is the newest associate of TriValley Family Practice and is also on staff at OHCâ€™s Canastota-Lenox Health Center. OHC also received a Do ctors Across New York (DANY) grant for the purpose of developing physician practices in
Customer Appreciation Day!
Camden and Verona. This is an exciting time for Oneida Healthcare Center and for the communities we serve,â€? Morreale said. â€œAll of these improvements and e ver ything we do are focused on providing local access to a complete complement of modern
ser v ices, the highest level of care and an outstanding patient/visitor experience, or as we like to say: â€˜Exceptional Care, Exceptionally Closeâ€™.â€?
for H1N1 and seasonal flu information, as well as related adv isor ies regarding patient visitation policies 85 Volunteers provided 19,500 hours of work to the staff and patients of the Oneida Healthcare Center O H C E m p l o ye e s pledged a record $11,000 to the annual United Way campaign 2010 plans call for bringing imaging serv i c e s t o t h e H a r de n B lv d . He a l t h C e n t e r in Camden and to the Oneida office of Hamilton Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine. The Chittenango Family Care practice and OHC Lab Services are moving to renovated space at 153 Genesee Street in the village, effective March 29th. Free wireless internet (Wi-Fi) access is now available throughout the
TAX TIME SOLUTIONS Marianne K. Falkenburg, EA 687-6835
INCOME TAX RETURNS Affordable Rates with Free Electronic Filing Phone or Walk in M,T,F 9-5, W-Th 9-8, Sat 9-3 1001 Genesee St., Chittenango, NY (located next door to Chittenango Post OfďŹ ce)
are expected to put the campaign over the top sometime this spr ing. â€œThe support has been truly remarkable and we are so appreciative,â€? said Gene Morreale, President and CEO. Among the other 2009 highlights: Achieved three year Joint Commission accreditation Established Audiology services at ENT Specialists of Oneida Opened a new laboratory draw station in Canastota Added a functional Lab for Occupational & Physical Therapy in the ECF Added PET/CT services for more precise cancer diagnosis/treatment Acquired a new state of the art system for administering Pulmonary Function Tests. Established a Ventilator Weaning protocol w ith the Pulmonologists, which has been successfully used in the Hospital ICU and on the ECF Ventilator Unit Emergency Department par tnered w ith Upstate Medical University to implement the REACH (Remote Evaluation of Acute Ischemic S t r o ke ) t e l e m e d i c i n e program for faster intervention in stroke cases Initiated strategies designed to p osit ion Oneida Healthcare Center as a trusted and valuable community resource
WE'VE MOVED! We are now open at our new location:
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Complete Primary Care & Lab Draw Services
Saturday â€˘ April 10 â€˘ 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. â€˘ Visit our store and meet the staff â€˘ Talk to Manufacturer reps â€˘ See demonstrations on all products including: Tru-Test weigh systems - Speedrite electric fence - Priefert cattle equipment RSVP by email or phone email@example.com (315) 841-4910
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Oneida Healthcare Center â€™s $18 million construction project will continue through most of 2010. In Oc tob er the hospital formally opened an 18,000 sq. ft. front addition, which houses four brand new, state of the art Operating Rooms with integrated video support and an all new Intensive Care Unit on the second floor. The new first floor space contains a new Medical Staff suite, Health Information Management, Central Sterile Supply and Information Technology Center. Meanwhile, second f lo or renovat ions are well underway. Those include expansion of the Ambulator y Surger y Unit, additional treatment rooms in the Emergency Department, renovation of the Triage/Waiting and Patient Registration areas and a new Radiology reception area. A beautiful new waiting area will include a comfor t ing fireplace and an impressive new donor wall display with a user friendly LCD information kiosk will greet visitors in the updated lobby. As that work progresses, it will become necessary to close the main (Bess Chapman) entrance/circle and create a temporary main entrance at the rear of the hospital. This will take place around April 1 st. All patient pick-up and drop-off traffic will be diverted to an area located between the hospital and Extended Care facility (see map) and a fenced pedestrian walkway will guide people from the parking areas to the temporary main entrance. The updated Bess Chapman entrance and circle will re-open somet ime dur ing the summer. Part of the project is being funded through the Oneida Healthcaring Campaign, which is poised to surpass the $3 million goal. Gifts and pledges totaling more than $2.8 million have been pledged to date a n d t h e C o m mu n i t y and Employee divisions