Cazenovia Republican digital edition - May 8, 2024

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Cazenovia Equipment Company

In March, Cazenovia Equipment Company (CEC) announced that it has agreed to be acquired by Sydenstricker Nobbe Partners (SNP), a family-owned, full-service John Deere dealer with 28 locations in Missouri and Illinois.

CEC’s 10 locations — Cazenovia, Canton, Chittenango, Clinton, Cortland, Fulton, LaFayette, Lowville, Oneonta, and Watertown — are currently owned by the Frazee family.

According to its website, CEC was founded in 1961 by Larry Love and originally served the farming community in the greater Cazenovia area.

Love’s son-in-law, Bob Frazee, joined the business in 1975, and by 2003, Frazee’s sons Jim and Mike had also come on board. His third son, Ben, joined in 2014.

CEC first expanded in 1988 with the opening of its Chittenango location, and it continued to grow throughout the years.

Today, Jim is the company’s president, and Mike and Ben are vice presidents.

SNP also has a long legacy of serving the agriculture community.

The Nobbe family founded Wm. Nobbe & Company in 1907, and the Sydenstricker family founded Sydenstricker Implement in 1944. The two groups merged to form SNP in January 2020.

The Nobbes and Sydenstrickers both have family members

On May 1, the Haven at Skanda received a check for over $30,000 from Subaru of America and Romano Subaru as part of the 2023 Subaru Share the Love Event, which gives car buyers the chance to dedicate a donation to support their local community.

Located in Cazenovia, Skanda is a nonprofit farm animal sanctuary and education center that supports some of the nation’s most severely abused and neglected farm animals and offers programs for people of all ages and abilities, especially children, to experience and learn from the animals.

Key offerings include a youth anti-bullying program, outreach and prevention programs, public education programs, and a robust volunteer program.

“We work with the ASPCA’s national rescue teams and all local rescue organizations to take in animals whose survival is in jeopardy and help them recover,” said Ellen Beckerman, Skanda’s executive director. “We have about 60 animals

At the end of the month, Cazenovia

Company (CEC) will

a family-owned, full-service John Deere dealer with

working in the business today.

According to a March 13 CEC press release, the transaction is expected to close on Friday, May 31. The acquisition is “a strategic move by SNP to leverage scale and experience, provide opportunities for employee development, and add diversity to their customer base.”

“We are proud to share a heritage as a family-owned business with the Frazee family,”

locations in Mis-

Chase Monte, SNP family representative; Joe


SNP CEO Ted Briscoe said in the press release. “We look forward to carrying on that legacy with the Cazenovia team. Our mutual commitment to providing excellent customer service and outstanding parts and service will ensure the community’s needs are not only met but exceeded.”

According to the press release, Jared Nobbe will serve as the general manager, Colton

at the farm currently after some wonderful successful adoptions this winter and spring.”

According to Beckerman, the sanctuary is currently caring for horses, pigs, goats, and chickens that were rescued from severe abuse or neglect cases, as well as miniature donkeys and ducks that are endangered breeds.

“The animals are brilliant at supporting children with traumarelated issues because of their pure, innocent love and acceptance, which the kids can feel right away,” Beckerman said. “[Many] of the animals have emerged so beautifully from their own experiences of trauma, and their ability to love, trust, and experience joy and freedom shows the kids what is possible for them as well. A child can look into the eyes of one of the animals of Skanda and see so much love, so much trust, and joy, and the bond they form with the animals is something they carry with them long after the program ends. The [animals are also important because] they are vulnerable and need us all to be especially gentle, compassionate, and sensitive with them, so they can con-

Parchert will be the director of sales, and Joe McWilliams will be the service director.

On May 1, Jim stated that he and his brothers plan to work alongside SNP for 180 days to ensure a smooth transition. After that period, they individually may elect to stay on with SNP if there is “mutually beneficial employment,” or they may pursue other opportunities.

tinue to recover and feel safe. So, the kids, along with everyone at Skanda, need to learn to regulate their emotions, resolve conflicts peacefully and easily, and cultivate their compassion and empathy. [Therefore,] caring for the animals is a very effective context for teaching important life skills that help the kids handle the effects of trauma in their own lives. But it is all taught in relation to caring for the animals.”

Romano Subaru selected Skanda as a hometown charity for the 16th annual Subaru Share the Love Event.

According to a press release announcing the donation to Skanda, Subaru of America Inc. donated $250 for every new vehicle purchased or leased from Nov. 16, 2023, to Jan. 2, 2024. Customers at Romano Subaru selected one of four national charities and one of two hometown charities to dedicate the donation to.

Over the last 16 years, Subaru and its participating retailers have donated more than $288 million to charity through the Subaru Share the Love Event.

“The Haven at Skanda is enor-

Village updated on Lakeside Park boat launch

During the May 6 Village of Cazenovia Board of Trustees meeting, Trustee Thomas Tait provided an update on the recent opening of the Lakeside Park boat launch and the modifications to the boat launching protocol this year.

Tait reported that the launch opened for the season on Saturday, April 27, and an orientation was held on Tuesday, April 23 to familiarize the boat stewards with the new launching process.

“The process is pretty simple,” Tait said. Upon a boat’s arrival at the launch, the steward records some basic preliminary information.

The steward next looks for a safety tag indicating that Cazenovia Lake was the last body of water the boat was on. If the tag is intact, the boat can be launched immediately.

If no tag is present, the steward works through a checklist of critical areas to inspect on the boat and trailer. If the boat is deemed clean, it can be launched. If organic matter is present, the owner must sufficiently clean the vessel before it can enter the water.

“It will be easier with the cleaning station, but they [must] clean it until it meets the [steward’s] liking,” Tait said.

Before leaving Lakeside Park, the boater may elect to have the steward install a new tag.

“Most people this year like the process once they understand it, and they are arriving with clean boats,” Tait said. “They understand that if you come with a clean boat, you are going to get on the lake much faster.”

According to a May 5 Cazenovia Lake

mously grateful to the leadership and entire staff of Romano Subaru — true animal lovers — for their outpouring of support and advocacy,” the press release states.

“This contribution will make a tremendous difference for The Haven at Skanda’s ability to provide its services, both for animals and people. For more information about Skanda and its programs, visit

Skanda is currently seeking contributions for capital improvements. Tax-deductible donations can be made on Skanda’s secure website, via Venmo and Paypal @ thehavenatskanda, or by check made out to “The Haven at Skanda” and mailed to 4000 Mosley Rd., Cazenovia, NY 13035. To learn more about the Subaru Share the Love Event, visit subaru. com/our-commitment/share-thelove.html.

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The Haven at Skanda receives donation fom ‘Share the Love’ campaign
acquired by Midwestern John Deere dealer
Submitted photoS On May 1, the Haven at Skanda, a farm animal sanctuary and education center in Cazenovia, received over $30,000 from Romano Subaru through the 2023 Subaru Share the love Event. Submitted photo
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Equipment be acquired by Sydenstricker Nobbe Partners (SNP), 28 souri and Illinois. Pictured left to right: McWilliams, SNP New York service director; Colton Parchert, SNP New York sales director; Jim Frazee, CEC president; Mike Frazee, CEC vice president; Ben Frazee, CEC vice president; Jared Nobbe, SNP New York division manager; and Ted Brisco,

Dewitt resident exploring history of blacksmiths in Cazenovia

In 2008, Jeff McIntyre started a family history project that has since evolved into a much broader endeavor to discover, preserve, and present the rich history of the blacksmith trade in the Village of Cazenovia.

McIntyre’s great-great grandparents John and Bridget McCabe arrived in Cazenovia in 1848 as immigrants from Ireland.

John, who was a blacksmith in Ireland, continued his trade in his new home. His sons Patrick, John Jr., and Martin, as well as his grandson Frank McCabe, followed in his footsteps.

In total, the McCabe family provided nearly 100 years of blacksmithing services to the residents of Cazenovia.

McIntyre, whose family lived in New Hartford, NY, when he was born, grew up in Endicott and currently resides in Dewitt.

According to McIntyre, his father talked about the McCabe Blacksmith Shop in Cazenovia many times, but it was not until they were driving through the village on May 7, 2008, that his father pointed out where the shop was once located.

“[He said], ‘Right there, where the gas station is, next to the creek,’” McIntyre recalled. “This was no longer a casual mention, it was instead a place, a place I could see and ground I could walk on. That was the day I decided to learn all I could about the history of the McCabes in Cazenovia.”

McIntyre’s research revealed that the

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DeWitt resident Jeff McIntyre has launched a project to discover, preserve, and present the history of the blacksmith trade in the Village of Cazenovia. His goal is to learn as much as possible about all the blacksmiths who served the residents of Cazenovia from 1793 through the late 1940s.

McCabes not only had a shop on Albany Street where the Red Apple gas station now stands, but they also had a shop on Lunky Lane — now Allen Street — where the Community Bank parking lot is today.

“At the time, the Stanton House occupied what is now the bank and the shop

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Cazenovia library hosts Dr. Carlo Nuzzolo

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The Cazenovia library’s Egyptian collection is now part of a world-wide study of mummy masks and body cloths called cartonnage.

On Monday, April 29 the library hosted Dr. Carlo Nuzzolo who used a small 3-D scanner to get incredibly accurate images of the pieces of cartonnage in the museum.

Nuzzolo is currently a postdoctoral research fellow at CACHE (Centre for Ancient Cultural Heritage and Environment) and a Marie Curie Global Fellow.

He has scanned 3-D images of Egyptian cartonnage in museums all across the world in hopes of identifying patterns in shape, techniques, and colors; patterns that will identify the pieces’ places of origin.

Nuzzolo has worked with collections at the Cairo Museum, British Museum, and larger, notable American museums such as the Fiel Museum in Chicago and the Carnegie Museum in Pittsburgh.

The library is honored to be included on his list of travels and scanned collections.

Cartonnage is the ancient Egyptian ‘material’ that was made of linen or papyrus and stiffened with plaster.

Masks and body cloths, that were a vital part of the ritual of mummification,

were made of cartonnage.

The Cazenovia collection was the 42nd that Nuzzolo has scanned and he hopes to complete 15 more before he begins the data analysis. He spent one day in the museum and then flew to Dallas to begin a tour of museums in Texas and Oklahoma.

The hand-held 3-D scanner is accurate to within a micron.

Images appeared on the computer and then a powerful program would stitch them together to create a complete image.

Nuzzolo then did a separate series of high resolution photographs of the objects that he will eventually overlay on the 3-D scans. This provides more accurate coloration and small details of the decorations on the cartonnage.

Because mummification was such a huge part of the ancient Egyptian culture, there was a large industry that supported the process.

Part of this industry was the creation and decoration of cartonnage.

Based on the location where the deceased lived, his/her mummification would be done in local centers, supplied by locally produced and decorated cartonnage.

For example, workshops located near temples often used discarded papyrus (think recycling) versus the more expensive linen.

The artists/craftsmen who painted the cartonnage developed specific designs and

techniques that are now easily recognizable to archeologists.

With the accuracy of the 3-D scanner, Nuzzolo will be able to compare masks from many different mummies and identify those that were made using the same mold and therefore created in the same workshop. Other researchers are looking at pigments and brushstrokes to narrow the identification down to the same artist. Through the previous research of Dr.

reviewing golf clubs and products. ey also conduct research to prove or disprove golf theories and claims about teaching the game of golf to beginners or elite players. is article contains research they recently conducted about the Golf Myths concerning “choking up” on your club that have been around for a long, long time…around 100 years! Although the conclusions of their testing are, in many ways, not surprising, what you do with the information may well take a few strokes o your golf scores very quickly. If you still don’t believe their conclusions, you will continue to be confused about what to do on the golf course when you have to make a decision about whether to choke down on your club in certain situations. Answer the following questions, to the best of your current knowledge, con rmed, plausable or false before you read the results of their well thought out testing process. You might be surprised at the ndings.

Myth #1 - Choking up improves ball striking?

Myth #2 - Choking up improves accuracy?

Myth #3 - Choking up reduces distance?

Myth #4 - Choking up will ight the ball down?

Myth #5 - Choking up improves consistency?

Myth #6 - Choking up is better than playing a shorter sha ?

Myth # 7 - Choking up on a longer sha is better than playing your tted length?

A team from Plugged In Golf got six golfers with handicaps ranging from scratch to 10. Each player selected their “gamer” iron sha in their tted length as well as +1/2” and -1/2”, relative to their tted length. Every player in the test hit four sets of seven shots: each set with the …-1/2” sha …the standard length…the standard length choked up… and the +1/2” sha chocked up. I am not able to document the entire text of their ndings, however, I will attempt to high-lite their conclusions so most of us will understand.

e Answers:

Myth #1 - For this Myth they looked at “smash factor”. Smash factor is the ball speed divided by club head speed to measure how e ectively the golfers transmitted energy from the club to the head to evaluate the quality of the strike (shot). For all six testers, chocking up on their tted length club improved their smash factor.

A player with an 85 MPH swing speed with an iron, translated to approximately 5 MPH more ball speed ( about 10 yards). e smallest improvement was 3.5 MPH (about 7 yards).

Conclusion: Choking up will make it easier to nd the center of the club face more o en which will improve ball striking.

This area contained what would be referred to as a giant cemetery with ‘tombsshafts’ carved into the earth. Petrie excavated that area for two sea-

Myth #2 - To evaluate accuracy, they looked at the dispersion of the player’s shots from le to right and their distance from the center line(perfectly straight). Looking at le and right dispersion, they saw an “even split” in the test group. Switching to distance from the centerline, choking up won a more convincing victory.

Conclusion: All inclusive, it seems “plausible” that choking up would improve a player’s overall accuracy, though it was not true in every case.

Myth #3 - For all of the testers, they saw a slight reduction in club head speed and the ball ight changed.

Conclusion: e average carry distance for the testers found that choking up did reduce distance, though typically not by much.

Myth #4 - On average, the testers created 475 RPM (revolutions per minute-more spin) with the club at full length. e lowest was 100RPM…the highest was 900RPM. e average peak height was 14 feet lower when choking up.

Conclusion: e testing con rmed that choking up on a golf club will “ ight the ball down”.

Myth #5 - Accuracy and distance dispersion were looked at to get an overall picture of how predictable and consistent a players shots were. Distance dispersion is the gap between a player’s longest and shortest shots.

Conclusion: e results are “plausible” because some golfers


had a higher smash factor. Only one saw no di erence.

Conclusion: ere is a lot of data to recommend playing a longer sha and choking down, however, it’s not enough to call it con rmed. It’s “plausible”. A special

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Dan Warne, the library was quite confident that the bulk of Robert Hubbard’s Egyptian purchases came from Flinders Petrie’s massive excavations in Hawara (The Fayium region of Egypt; southwest of Cairo).
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did see signi cant improvement in consistency while others did not. Myth #6 - Two things stood out in this test; all testers achieved better smash factors with the choking up club and all players ighted the ball lower, although again, the di erence was not huge when choking up.
Choking up is not better than playing a shorter sha but there does seem to be something di erent about it. Myth #7 - Surprisingly, the same trends continued when using longer sha s. All testers had lower launch and spin when choking up on the longer sha and all but one
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Dr. Carlo Nuzzolo spent April 29 at Cazenovia library scanning the mummy and learning more about its cartonnage.

Focus on the road

April, among other things, is also recognized as Distracted Driving Awareness Month.

This is a time when organizations like AAA work to raise awareness about the dangers associated with driving while not being focused on the road.

According to AAA, distracted driving, in no uncertain terms, is deadly, claiming 3,308 lives in 2022, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

In 2022, distracted driving contributed to 8% of all the lives lost to crashes on U.S. roadways, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).

These are some significant numbers and should make many of us stop and take stock and consider the potential results of driving while distracted. They are numbers we should consider when we look at our phones when we get in the car and numbers that should encourage us to ignore our phones when we are behind the wheel for the safety not only of ourselves and our loved ones and passengers, as well as the lives of all the others out on the road. They are numbers that let us know that those messages and updates and calls can wait a little while until we aren’t driving.

At this point, as cell phones and other devices in our vehicles have become common place and many states have passed laws prohibiting driving while texting and talking on phones while driving, it seems like it should go without saying, but no distraction is worth risking a life.

Focused drivers save lives and prevent injuries. This is a simple message and one that AAA hopes will be effective and one more drivers will keep in mind when they are behind the wheel.

NHTSA reports that nearly 290,000 people were injured in traffic crashes involving distracted drivers in 2022.

AAA urges all drivers to pay attention and focus on the road during National Distracted Driving Awareness Month and all year long.

While most people realize distracted driving is a danger, they continue to use their phones behind the wheel. According to AT&T, more than 95% of those surveyed consider smartphone distracted driving to be dangerous, but 9 in 10 people admit to doing it anyway. The research also shows that 7 in 10 drivers say their smartphone has become essential for getting around.

AAA encourages drivers to learn how to use Driving Focus features on smartphones, which are designed to prevent incoming calls and texts while a vehicle is in motion. This technology can save lives.

After all, driving 55 miles per hour, taking your eyes off the road for five seconds, is like traveling the length of a football field blindfolded.

Distractions include more than texting.

Anything that diverts attention from driving—eating and drinking, adjusting the navigation, picking your next podcast, talking to other passengers, or talking or texting on the phone—can result in a fatal injury.

All drivers should focus on the road and avoid distractions, not just this month, but every day, to protect themselves and others. Among people who died in crashes reported to involve a distracted driver, 40% of the deaths were the distracted drivers themselves, 16% were their passengers, 26% were people in other vehicles, and 18% were people outside of vehicles (pedestrians, cyclists, etc.), according to NHTSA.


The Post recently shared an article about how older middle-class people are spending more in search of better lives. They are buying expensive homes, furniture and taking upscale trips. They are, according to the author, searching for the good life, a bit late, but with enthusiasm. According to the article, this has been a significant reason why the economy has been booming.

Searching for the good life, those things that fulfill the needs, wants and purposes of our lives is the stuff of philosophers, theologians, lyricists, stock brokers and a group as yet to begin its work for the village of Marcellus. Seeking input from village taxpayers, residents and non-residents who use the services of the village, this assemblage will explore what quality of life means to assorted stakeholders/interest groups.

The group will be contributing to the building of a comprehensive plan, a road map into the future that will guide the village as it addresses the changes that inevitably occur. Marcellus has an outdated … I hate that word … comprehensive plan. This forward-looking concept or blueprint outlining wants and needs that contribute to a quality of life is an exercise that is reconfigured about every five to 10 years by municipalities, corporations, not for profits, etc. It is exceptionally valuable as a guideline for development, for successful grant writing, for support for implementing its goals with assistance from government and other resources. It is a place to start in decision making rather than depending on the caprices of any specific person or persons.

My spouse and I debated about volunteering for this planning group. We decided that it is more appropriate for us to encourage participation rather than to add our 25 cents, but I have this problem - I am a recovering “know it all.” My opinions are just that, my opinions. Keep that in mind.

We moved into our modest house on First Street over 55 years ago and we began the process of becoming locals. One of our neighbors then was Mr. Woodford. He was in his 90s at the time and he welcomed us with open arms, sharing his knowledge of the village and


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The United Climate Action Network (UCAN) would like to thank everyone who participated in Earth Day Weekend in Cazenovia. Cazenovia celebrated Earth Day Weekend with a variety of events hosted by local organizations from clean-up activities to informational workshops.

The weekend featured a tree planting with the Village of Cazenovia Tree Commission, a Native Plants and Pollinators workshop with Madison County Cooperative Extension and “The New Old House” talk by Pat Carmeli (she built her house and interiors using salvaged materials from historic homes, encouraging sustainability and re-use).

The UCAN Earth Day Fair at the American Legion hosted 26 exhibitors, an electric vehicle show, a talk on Ecological Gardening, a Trash to Treasure competition and the Bubble Man Goes Green – which was a huge hit with the young and young at heart.

We wish to extend a big Thank You to the Cazenovia Police Department for leading the Electric Vehicles (EV) from Lakeland Park to the American Legion. Also special thanks to Greg Tyler of CNY Drive Electric for coordinating the EV show.

A special thanks to all our generous sponsors who made the Earth Day Weekend possible: Caz Life, Maureen Zupan, Cazenovia American Legion, Kristi Anderson, Board of Directors - Cazenovia Preservation Foundation, Barry Carr, Luke Lesorsa, Oneida Indian Nation Foundation, Kyle Reger, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services, Beth Broadway, David & Carolyn Holmes, Izaak Walton League of America, Nancy & Frank Paolozzi, Dave Porter, Anne Saltman, Sierra Club Central Northern NY Group, Jimmy Golub of Our Farm, Peter Wirth and all of the people who gave money at the door for their contributions.

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its inhabitants and their stories, some quite colorful and unverifiable. He was a treasure. Now, we, in our early 80s carry some of the same kinds of memories of past years in the village. We can count off who lived in what house, what stores and services have come and gone as well as which have stayed. Our children’s memories of the village are written with the names of people and shops that make up what they define as their hometown. Those memories, the interactions between and among villagers, visitors and the shops, personalities and change, has established the identity of Marcellus for us.

And what is the good life in a little village? There was a time when our doctor’s office was here. He lived next door to us. We shopped at both grocery stores, the Big M and the Red and White, bought our washing machine from Snyder’s, our hardware supplies from both Masters and Nightingales, purchased gasoline from the Sunoco station. Our kids will add to that with memories of going to Whitfield’s to have a snack after school or to the candy store on Main Street. I remember buying colored hair spray to use in one of the high school plays from a variety store on Main. Mail delivered to the old post office would reach your house even if it didn’t have a street address. Most of these experiences are connected to shops and services that no longer exist for any number of reasons, some good, some less so. I should also mention that I bought my Vega, the car that fell apart as I left the Chevrolet showroom, on North Street. That’s life.

Over the past few years we have added a great book store, a small but interesting boutique, a craft brewery and two sandwich shops, but we’ve lost a pharmacy, a fine dining restaurant and now a full service grocery store. If all goes as being planned, we will have three convenience stores, two pizza shops - maybe four if the current rumor about the purchase of Daniels is true - and three gas stations where we can purchase fuel so that we can drive to Skaneateles, Camillus and Fairmont to purchase medications and groceries. I have no problem with convenience

stores and pizza shops, but I do question why we will need three gas stations. No one is worried about not being able to get gas. What I would like, in my search for a quality of life, is local access to a full-service grocery store and a pharmacy. I don’t enjoy driving to other towns to get medicine and food. I want to spend my food and medication money here. And, even though our existing food purveyors are good at what they do, I would also like to be able to sit down and enjoy an upmarket meal once in a while without having to drive far. That is also keeping my money in the village. I am hoping that those who are working on this comprehensive plan see the village not as a wide spot in the road that reacts to change rather than is prepared proactively about what change can occur as a thriving community where the quality of life is captured in providing the basics and the extras, the “only in Marcellus” shops, services and events that give the village the identity that drew us all here in the first place.

Just look around: where will you find a village that is awakened with church bells at 8 a.m., a widely-known and appreciated ice cream shop in a bowling alley, a world class library, a hardware store that is a garden center, a highlyrated school system, stores where you can buy feed for farm animals, what was, at one time, the only small pharmacy that was giving covid shots, a fine eatery establishment that drew diners from far afield and a grocery store where the meat department was legendary, drawing cutomers from as far away as LaFayette.

Each of us has a vision of what the quality of life is. We can, as those middle-class spenders are doing according to the Post, put our money where we find that quality. Do we want it close to home, part of village life or will we outsource it to other places?

And I should also add that the bartender at Daniels made the best Cosmopolitan cocktail ever.

Ann Ferro is a mother, a grandmother and a retired social studies teacher. While still figuring out what she wants to be when she grows up, she lives in Marcellus with lots of books, a spouse and a large orange cat.

Years Ago in History

50 years Ago – May 8, 1974

Grey Barr, proprietor of the Brae Loch Inn, and Peter Brown, proprietor of Kin Loch, both residents of Cazenovia, were given special citations for the beautification of their restaurants at the annual meeting of the Federated Garden Clubs of New York State in Binghamton. Mr. Barr’s citation reads in part, “Because of his love of flowers and sincere interest in beautification he has created a colorful picture of beauty and old-world charm at the Brae Loch.” Mr. Brown’s citation reads, “Beauty does not just happen, it takes time and thought to develop it.” Mr. Brown and Mr. Barr were chosen by the Cazenovia Garden Club as candidates for citations by the Sixth District that includes 11 counties from Oswego to the Pennsylvania border. Only four citations were given.

40 years Ago – May 9, 1984

After 26 years, and endless number of parties and thousands of weddings, including her daughter’s, Sue Collis has sold the Lake Meadows Inn. But Mrs. Collis isn’t quite leaving the stately manse that has been so much a part of her life. She’s moving next door, to the carriage house. “I am going to stay here, where my friends are, and where I know people,” Mrs. Collis said. Mrs. Collis and her late husband, Leo, began at the inn in 1958, following several years of involvement in the ownership and management of other local restaurants, including Alberts and Leo’s Lunchette, later occupied by the Colony and now Richards. She called the buyer, Dick Hubbard, who now lives in Skaneateles, “a very nice chap. He’s very gung ho, and he really loves the place.”

30 years Ago – May 11, 1994

Cazenovia village officials have gotten serious about illegal parking. With the enactment of a local law last week, the board of trustees has made thoughtless parking an expensive proposition. The new law will double parking fines that have not been paid in five days and will enhance a village program that immobilizes illegally parked cars that have outstanding parking tickets. The new law amends a local law passed in 1991. The village already has “the boot,” a device used to immobilize cars by locking the front wheels.

20 years Ago – May 5, 2004

Cazenovia High School student Tracy Morford earned first-place in the Youth General Category of the Post-Standard’s Technofile Digital Photo Contest. Morford, a 17-yearold resident of Cazenovia for all of her life, won the honor for her photo titled “Ghost Train.” The picture was taken at an abandoned cement factory in Jamesville. “My friends were going up to take pictures and invited me to go along,” Morford explained. “I took several pictures of things in the area.” It was the influence of Morford’s father, William Morford, and teacher Tracy Hill, that provoked Morford to enter the photo in the contest. “I think there was an ad or an announcement in the Stars section of the paper,” Morford said, “I really didn’t think I’d win.” The award came as a nice surprise. “I came home from France, after being there for 10 days, and one morning my mom woke me up with the paper in my face,” Morford recalled, “It was a nice surprise.”

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Association newsletter, the new cleaning station is expected to be installed sometime this month.

The dry station consists of three main components: a large vacuum cleaner used to remove aquatic matter and water from the boat/trailer; a pressurized blower for difficult-to-reach areas containing organic matter; and grabbing tools and a soft bristle brush for getting under the boat/trailer and removing weeds.

During his report, Tait also announced that the lake will be treated with the aquatic herbicide ProcellaCOR EC on either May 29 or May 30, depending on the weather.

He reminded the board that ProcellaCOR EC selectively targets Eurasian watermilfoil.

Weed harvesting will commence after June 15.

“We expect, with the treatment this year, that Eurasian watermilfoil won’t be bad, but there is [that] very thin weed that [comes out] in June and July and

was horrible last year,” said Tait. in other news

The board scheduled its end of fiscal year meeting for Wednesday, May 29 at 5:15 p.m. in the upstairs meeting room of the village municipal building.

The board also approved American Legion Post 88’s request to conduct the Memorial Day parade on Monday, May 27.

The parade will form at 10 a.m. in front of Cazenovia High School on Emory Avenue, and it will step off at 10:30 a.m. from the corner of Emory Avenue and Forman Street. The parade will march south on Forman Street, east on Albany Street, and then halt at Memorial Park for the Memorial Day Program. Following the program, the parade will continue north on Lincklaen Street, west on Nickerson Street, and finish back where it began. Later in the meeting, Mayor Kurt Wheeler announced that the New York State Police Auxiliary Academy plans to parade down Liberty Street on Thursday, May 9, at 1 p.m. The community is

sons, 1888 and 1889, and uncovered vast quantities of antiquities. At the time of Hubbard’s arrival in 1894, sale of some of these finds were being sanctioned and encouraged by the government.

Hubbard, working with a government licensed dealer, would have had access to these

was behind it,” McIntyre said. “The Albany Street shop was previously owned and operated by Eber Peet.”

McIntyre said that when researching his family history, a key source of information was the work of the late Daniel Weiskotten (1960-2005), who was the Town of Cazenovia historian and an archaeologist.

Another valuable resource was Cazenovia Public Library staff member Elisha Davies, who previously served as the library’s archivist and is now its interim director.

“One day I walked into the library where I met Elisha Davies, and what had been a slowly developing story gained a lot of momentum,” McIntyre said. “What Elisha gave me relit the fuse on this project. [She provided] pictures, maps, news articles, advertisements — real information. This led to yet another chapter — learning that it was not just the McCabes serving this village, but at least 17 owner/operators in at least nine

invited to attend.

“It’s not their graduation, but it’s sort of a getting close to the finish line parade,” Wheeler said. “. . . The actual graduation, interestingly, is going to be in Albany. That’s my understanding. Our local cadets will go to Albany for the graduation, which is unfortunate; I would have liked to have had that here. . . . It is coming up. They are looking sharp. They are almost through all their training, and they are ready to go out and serve.”

During her report, Trustee Cindy Bell announced that the village had concluded its spring brush pickup. Pickup began on April 1 and continued through Friday, April 26.

The village has the following found property: two sets of keys, money, and an LED curing machine. Contact the Cazenovia Police Department to claim the items.

The Village of Cazenovia Board of Trustees typically meets on the first Monday of each month at 7 p.m. in the village municipal building at 90 Albany St.

newly discovered mummies and artifacts.

Nuzzolo verified Warne’s research based on the distinctive style of the Fayum region on our cartonnage pieces and Hen’s mask and wrapping style.

When his analysis is complete, the library may be be able to further pinpoint where Hen’s and the other cartonnage pieces were created.

locations. I could not stop learning and discovering more.”

In 2019, he named his research project the “Cazenovia Blacksmith History Endeavor.”

“This history played an important and significant role in the creation and development of this [community] and, quite frankly, every town and village,” said McIntyre.

According to McIntyre, the history of the blacksmith trade in Cazenovia can be traced back to Elnathan Andrews, who arrived in 1793 with Cazenovia’s founder, John Lincklaen, and opened the first blacksmith “shop” as part of the group’s initial camp.

Cazenovia’s last blacksmith, Frank McCabe, was active at the shop on Lunky Lane until it closed in the late 1940s.

To gain a better understanding of the life and vocation of the people he is researching, McIntyre has been learning basic blacksmithing skills from Mark Teece, “The British Blacksmith,” who has a forge in Kirkville and conducts classes year-round.

“Fact gathering and using my imagination is one thing,

“As for the business, we have elected to entrust the legacy of our family company to the Sydenstricker and Nobbe families,” Jim said. “We believe they will carry our values into the future and serve the next generations of farmers, landscapers, and homeowners that our family has had the privilege of serving for the last 65 years. Our industry requires a certain size and scale to be able to meet and exceed the needs and expectations of customers and employees. We are proud of CEC’s performance over the last 65 years; however, we knew change was needed

Cazenovia College alum joins local firm

Dannible & McKee, LLP, a certified public accounting and consulting firm, recently hired Kathryn A. Short as a staff accountant with the accounting and advisory services department, bringing with her more than one year of experience in her field.

Short graduated cum laude from Cazenovia College in 2021, with a Bachelor of Professional Studies in business management. Short is based in the Syracuse office and resides in Chittenango.

The library might also learn that the molds that created Hen’s and the additional two masks that are in our collection were used on masks in other collections around the world.

The day was a fascinating one and it further emphasized how special our collection is.

Nuzzolo had high praise for the scien-

but using my hands to actually make things in a manner that the smiths of the past did, truly changed how I saw this project,” McIntyre said. “[Do

ing] it myself ignites my five senses, and learning from such a highly skilled artisan, Mark Teece, added another element that keeps me motivated.”

Although McIntyre has compiled a significant amount of information on Cazenovia’s blacksmiths and their role in the formation and growth of the community, he is eager to hear from people who have knowledge that can either add to or confirm his findings.

He said he has reached out to multiple local organizations and is hoping to share his project with the public at the Cazenovia Farmers’ Market in May.

tific studies that have already taken place on Hen and the animal mummies as well as the exhibit space and the education opportunities that we have created for our visitors.

Nuzzolo’s shared research will also help scholars in other Egyptology fields, the collection is a part of that combined knowledge.

resident Jeff McIntyre

“I am waiting for confirmation from the folks at the farmers’ market, but my plan is for May 18,” he stated on April 30. “I have put together three storyboards that 1) define the project 2) show the timeline 3) [show] a map of known locations 4) ask for information that anyone may have, [and] 5) show how this information might ultimately be presented.”

for CEC to continue to provide the level of service our employees and customers expect. CEC was exploring options when we were introduced to SNP, who was looking to grow their business. It seemed like a win-win situation. SNP has the size and scale, but they continue to operate by the core values that have made their family business successfully sustainable for multiple generations.”

According to Jim, SNP recently announced that it will close CEC’s Chittenango location and that most of the employees will be offered positions at other locations.

SNP anticipates branding the locations in this region as “SN Partners,” and

McIntyre has already created a website, cazblacksmith.or g, and the “Cazenovia Blacksmith History Center” Facebook page to spread the word about the project and share his findings.

According to McIntyre, potential options for presenting the information in the future include a tourist brochure with a walking map of known shop locations, an interpretive sign in the village with a map and

the business will operate like the company’s current four divisions in Missouri and Illinois.

“We know they are looking to build and grow on the success of CEC,” said Jim. “[They] are much larger than CEC and offer employees and customers a host of training and support resources, especially related to precision agriculture. As far as products, SNP will be able to sell John Deere sprayers to our agriculture customers, which CEC was not able to offer.”

On April 26, Cazenovia Town Supervisor Kyle Reger recognized the Frazee family’s contributions to the Cazenovia area over the years.




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historical facts, a pop-up museum tent for community events, a history book, and a working museum called the Cazenovia Blacksmith History Center. Individuals who have historical information about Cazenovia’s blacksmiths or an interest in the project can contact McIntyre at CazBlacksmith@ or through the contact button on the project’s website.

“Cazenovia Equipment has been an integral part of our community over the last six decades, fostering growth and serving our greater region,” Reger said. “From sponsoring local events and supporting charitable initiatives, the Frazee family’s commitment to giving back to our area will leave a lasting impact. We are so thankful for their tremendous community partnership and wish them the best with their next endeavors.”

For more information on CEC, visit

To learn more about SNP, visit m


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Girls Lakers dominate J-E, stay unbeaten

Amid a busy mid-season stretch, the Cazenovia girls track and field team notched two more victories and some impressive individual performances, too.

The Lakers remained in first place in the OHSL Liberty National division with an overwhelming 138- 3 victory over Jordan-Elbridge and added a non-league 113-28 win over Morrisville-Eaton to its growing resume.

Susie Pittman and Izzy StromerGalley each contributed multiple wins to fuel Cazenovia’s dominating performance against J-E.

Taking three field events, Pittman cleared 10 feet in the pole vault and 5 feet in the high jump while going 35’7” in the triple jump, all three of them equaling or topping her previous bests of the season and part of a Lakers performance where it achieved 58 new season bests against the Eagles.

Stromer-Galley was also impressive, streaking to victory in career best times in the 100 meter (12.9 seconds) and 200 meter (27.0) sprints and help-

ing both the 4x100 and 4x400 meter relays to first place finishes.

Meghan Mehlbaum, Avery Cashatt and Natalie Dolan joined Stromer-Galley in the 4x100, going 54.3 seconds.

Mehlbaum then took the 400 hurdles in a career-best 1:11.6, while Cashatt got into the winners circle with a personal best long jump of 15’1”.

Aside from her other titles, Mehlbaum also added to the 4x400 relay with a quick 1:05.7 second leg with Alyssa Wardell and Claire Marris rounding out the team’s overall winning time of 4:33.2.

Reid McMurtrie won the 400-meter dash in a season best time of 1:01.6 with Dinah Gifford (1:04.7) and Margaret Huftalen (1:06.9) also scoring in sectional standard times.

Maura Phillips won the 800 in a season best 2:32.3 with Lily Kogut (2:34.4) and Olivia Ruddy (2:34.8) adding to the sweep in the event. McMurtrie and Ruddy also teamed with Delaney Dowling and Lauren McLean for first in the 4x800 meter relay.

Kogut earned a win of her own in

the 1,500 at 5:32.7 with Abby Comeau second. Zoey Gagne captured the 3,000-meter run in a season best time of 11:59.9. Freshman Caroline Mehlbaum rounded out the Lakers wins on the track with a personal best time of 17.9 in the 100-meter hurdles.

Maddy Rothfeld (first in the shot put at 28’6”) and Becca Brooks (first in the discus at 76’7”) helped Cazenovia cap a perfect 54-0 shutout of the Eagles in the field events.

Without a track this season, the Lakers also travelled to MorrisvilleEaton on April 30 for an extra competition. There, Rothfeld swept the shot put and discus while Pittman prevailed in the 100, pole vault, long jump and high jump. Marris ran an impressive 15.9 in the 100 hurdles and won the triple jump while Abbie Comeau picked up a pair of wins in the 1500 and 3000.

Lily Kogut headlined the Lakers’ efforts at the Chittenango Invitational on April 26 as she won the mile in 5:37.97 (5:12.93 equivalent for 1,500 meters) with McMurtrie also running an impressive 800 in 2:28.34.

Cazenovia baseball shut out by Chittenango, 3-0

Pitching, power and plenty of other good traits were on display for the Cazenovia baseball team as it got back to winning form right after returning from its spring-break trip to Myrtle Beach.

The tested, rested and refreshed Lakers returned to its new artificial turf home field last Tuesday night and, led by Jack Donlin and Taven Reilley, rolled to an 11-1 victory over Bishop Grimes.

A two-run first inning was all that Cazenovia needed thanks to Donlin, who pitched and held the Cobras to two hits while amassing 13 strikeouts (he has 55 for the season in 25 2/3 innings) and only walking one. Still, it was 2-1 when, in the bottom of the fourth, the Lakers erupted for seven runs,

three of them trotting home on Reilley’s second home run of the season. Joey Awald and Jacob Cox had two RBIs apiece, with Danny Bliss and Nico Segall also driving in runs.

In the second game of the series at Grimes on Thursday, Cazenovia lost by a 10-9 margin, a game where it led 4-0 through two innings before the Cobras went in front with six runs in the bottom of the third.

A four-run fourth answered a Cazenovia run and made it 10-5, and while the Lakers chipped away with runs in each of the next three innings, it could not quite complete the comeback.

Donlin hit another home run, adding two singles and a walk as he got two RBIs. Reilley, Bliss and Izaak Gilbert (who pitched a complete game) also drove in runs as Bliss scored twice.

Then, on Saturday, it was a local rivalry renewed, Cazenovia against Chittenango. And it was the Bears who got the best of it thanks to pitcher Kyle Peryer, the central figure in a 3-0 victory over the Lakers.

All game long, Peryer perplexed the Cazenovia batters, surrendering just one hit –a double by Donlin – and four walks, while earning seven strikeouts.

Peryer also got early run support when Mason Corlis connected on a two-run home run in the top of the first inning off Bliss. An insurance run followed in the third, Andrew Kielbasa bringing home Zailar Caras.

Chittenango entered the week at 1-6 and ran right into Christian Brothers Academy last Tuesday afternoon, taking a 5-0 defeat to the Brothers in a game shortened to six innings by rain.

Peryer pitched well through most of his 4 1/3 innings, but the Brothers managed two runs in the third and three more runs in the fifth to move in front, including home runs by Mike Giamartino and Jack Landau.

The Bears had five hits, two each by Caras and Eli Lefort, but could not get on the board against CBA pitcher Ryan Petrie, who struck out 11.

The rematch with CBA at home resulted in a 16-0 defeat, with the Brothers getting seven runs in the first inning and more than doubling that margin as 11 different players got at least one hit.

For its part, the Bears only got four hits against Ben Lovell as Lefort, Kielbasa, Quinton Hilliker and Cooper Smith earned those hits, offering no hint that, a couple of days later, Chittenango would take down Cazenovia.

Cazenovia, Chittenango boys lacrosse earn wins

A local rivalry would flare up again in boys lacrosse Tuesday night when Cazenovia, attempting to climb above the .500 mark, would try and do so at the expense of Chittenango

The Lakers would head into this game relatively refreshed, having played just once in 10 days following an April 27 defeat to LaFayette/Onondaga and proving quite successful.

Against Section IV’s Whitney Point last Wednesday night, Cazenovia put together, by far, its best offensive totals of the season on the way to an 18-6 victory and a 5-5 over-

all mark.

Leading the way, D.B. Falge scored five times and added three assists. Paul Mitchell, with four goals and three assists, nearly equaled Falge as Owen Porter set a new career mark by scoring four times.

Alex Kuper finished with two goals and one assist. Basil Sayre got three assists and Finn Hagan had two assists, while Jaden Kaplan, Eliot Comeau and Andy Franz had one goal apiece. Tucker Ives finished with seven saves.

Now the Lakers rested as its next opponent, Chittenango, would host Central Square last Thursday night in the longest game of the season so far in Section III.

Regulation time wasn’t enough to settle

this game. Nor was one overtime, or two, or three, as it took until the fourth extra period before the Bears were able to end it and beat the Redhawks 9-8.

In this sense, it was good that Chittenango had not played since April 22 (a 14-7 loss to Oswego), because 10 days of rest and practice had steeled the Bears for what was about to happen.

Chittenango led 4-3 at the end of a close, tense first half. Then Central Square caught up, tying it 6-6 going to the fourth quarter, and the exchange continued through the rest of regulation.

They went into OT at 8-8, and there it stayed, through a trio of three-minute peri-

ods where neither side could win it, Bears goalie Connor Bradbury getting to 15 saves and Redhawks counterpart Landen Wilson running his total to 12 saves.

That it ended up on Brendon Barnard’s stick only figured. Barnard carried Chittenango’s attack, finishing with seven goals as the other two went to Henry Miller and Macksen Cliff. Evan Whewell (three goals) and Marcus Ludwig (two goals, two assists) paced Central Square.

After all this, the Bears faced Vernon-Verona-Sherrill on Saturday – and this also was a close affair, but again the Bears emerged triumphant, holding off the Red Devils 1312 and improving to 4-4 overall.

Cazenovia boys tennis beats Chittenango, MPH

Sporting a perfect 5-0 record, the Cazenovia boys tennis team went into its busiest stretch of the regular season, with four scheduled matches bridging April and May.

Of them, none was more important than last Thursday afternoon’s showdown with Chittenango, two undefeated sides who had each won their first eight matches of the season. And it was the Lakers getting the best of it, beating the Bears 4-1 with a total domination in each of the three singles matches.

Not only did Traian Cherciu beat Vince DiNatale 6-0, 6-0, those same scores were earned by Garret Lounsbury topping Seamus Gardner and Gabe Reagan as he shut out Ian


Chittenango got its point in doubles, where Bernardo Bortovski and Cole Thomas got past Ethan Camp and Cy Lurie 6-2, 6-1, but the Lakers’ Evan Molloy and Max Reger won 6-3, 6-2 over Seth Boulter and Logan Bronner.

Cazenovia’s crowded stretch started last Monday with the Lakers challenged by 4-0 Manlius Pebble Hill – and passing that test, beating the Trojans 4-1 largely on the strength of its singles play.

Lounsbury got it going in second singles by shutting out Jon Howard 6-0, 6-0. Cherciu had a 6-2, 6-1 win over Jasmin Zaman, with Gabe Reagan working past Savir Gambhir 6-2, 6-0.

Gaining a point in first doubles, Reger

and Molloy survived a first-set tiebreak to beat Abe Salomon and Devan Trikha 7-6, 6-0, while Cy Lurie and Ethan Camp had a 2-6, 6-1, 6-0 defeat to Andy and Sam Lurvey.

In a non-league match Tuesday at Liverpool, rain shortened the contest, but not before the Lakers earned more than enough points to put away the Warriors 4-0.

Lounsbury routed Finnegan O’Toole 6-1, 6-0 and Reagan handled Aydan Presley 6-1, 6-1, even as Cherciu trailed Liverpool singles star Justin Barrett in the second set when the match was called.

In single-set doubles matches to eight games, Camp and Lurie got past Greyson Valent and Kasey Maher 8-4 defeat, while Reger and Molloy won, 8-1, over Patrick Clancy and Joe Ciotti.

Cazenovia handled Phoenix 5-0 on Wednesday, Reger blanking Logan Bean 6-0, 6-0 in singles as Cherciu and Molloy also got eay singles wins. Lounsbury and Reagan ripped Sam Pritting and Liam Zalewski 6-0, 6-0 as Robbie Dorus and Liam Robertson earned a point 6-1, 6-1 over Jackson Giacobbi and Owen Klock.

Then, in Friday’s match at Marcellus, the Lakers beat the Mustangs 5-0 to improve its overall record to 10-0 with matches set for this week against Skaneateles, CBA and Cortland.

Chittenango had its own match with MPH a day after Cazenovia did, with singleset battles to 10 games, and the Bears were able to edge the Trojans 3-2.

In the decisive match, Noah Edwards faced Tennis l Page 13

Cazenovia girls lacrosse goes 1-2, beats Mexico

Charlie Prior continues to put up big numbers for the Cazenovia girls lacrosse team beyond the 300-plus draws she has earned during her high school career.

By herself, Prior nearly equaled the entire Cortland roster in last Tuesday night’s game, this despite some considerable production from the Purple Tigers.

Cazenovia prevailed 18-11 and, having earned 11 more draws to add to her career total, Prior also ended up with the ball in front of the net – a lot.

Burning the Cortland defense, Prior did not let up until she had netted nine goals,

and big help came from Maddie DeAngelis, who scored four times and managed a season-best four assists.

Hayden Bubble was a third Cazenovia player with a hat trick, her three goals complemented by single tallies from Tara Pratt and Wynslet Skidmore as Izzy Stromer-Galley picked up an assist.

Two days later, Cazenovia lost, 18-11, to Central Square, who improved to 9-3 overall behind an attack that burned the Lakers for 15 goals in the first half alone.

Prior still finished with five goals, DeAngelis getting five assists. Bubble and Pratt each had two goals and one assist, single goals going to Izzy Stromer-Galley

and Sally Hughes as the Redhawks got five goals from Lauren McCory, four goals from Melayna Miller and three goals and five assists from Hannah Reichard, During Saturday’s 15-6 loss to Oswego, Cazenovia could not contain the Buccaneers’ duo of Kylie Fritton (six goals) and Aliana DiBlasi (five goals) and got little production outside of Prior’s five goals. DeAngelis earned two assists, with Bubble getting the other goal and Eliza Smith making 15 saves.

Chittenango, who started the week with a 6-3 record, was back in action last Tuesday night, facing Marcellus, and not able to keep up with the state Class D no.

12-rankedMustangs in a 16-4 defeat. No Bears player had multiple goals, with single tallies going to Caitlyn Sgambellone, Tomi Newkirk, Anna Lazzarro and Reese Ferstler. By contrast, Marcellus got five goals from Claire Card and four goals from Cece Powell, with Avery Shute and Sophia Pilon adding two goals apiece. Then the Bears had to go face state Class D no. 3-ranked Westhill on Thursday night and lost, 20-3, to the Warriors. All of Chittenango’s goals came in the first half, with Newkirk, Sgambellone and Ferstler finding the net as Rosie Mahoney and Aubrey Holowinski led Westhill with four goals apiece.

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Cazenovia girls track and field freshman Caroline Mehlbaum won the 100-meter hurdles in a Section iii meet-qualifying time as she led the lakers to a 138-3 win over Jordan-Elbridge last Wednesday afternoon.

Carmen S. McCarthy

Wife, mother, grandmother, greatgrandmother

Graveside services for Carmen S. McCarthy will be held at 11 a.m., Friday, May 17, 2024, at St. James Cemetery in Cazenovia. Her daughters will receive friends for a luncheon following the services at the Caz Sports Bowl.

Carmen, S. McCarthy, 82, of Cazenovia, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her daughters and grandchildren on Sunday, Dec. 24, 2023. She was born Nov. 11, 1941, in Madrid, Spain, to Regino and


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Gambhir and they were tied, 10-10, going to a tiebreak that Edwards won 7-3. Already, Vince DiNatale and Seamus Gardner beat Salomon and Trikha 10-3, with Seth Boulter taking his singles match 10-1 over Howard to mnake up for Logan Bronner falling to Zaman by that same score.

Though it was closer on Wednesday, Chittenango turned back Skaneateles 3-2, by


Carmen Sanchez. Carmen came to the United States in 1965 after marrying her husband, James McCarthy, who was stationed in Madrid with the U.S. Air Force.

Carmen was a well-known waitress for over 40 years at Albert’s Restaurant until they were no longer in business. She enjoyed camping with her husband and his cousins. After Jimmy passed Carmen moved to the Cazenovia Village Apartments where she made many friends, enjoyed gardening, the community activities and many of the animals around the complex.

Carmen is survived by her daughters,

getting 6-0, 6-0

singles shutouts from Seth Boulter over Case Pavlus and Bernardo Bortovski over Patrick Scott. Edwards and Cole Thomas sealed the third point when they beat James Lovier and Kevin Torrisi 6-2, 6-1.

A busy weekend started Friday with the Bears defeating Homer 5-0 and then, on Saturday, topping Pulaski 4-1, the wins pushing Chittenango’s overall mark to 10-1 as it would also face CBA this week, plus Westhill and Marcellus.

Dora Riedl of Cazenovia and Debra Conan of Onondaga Hill; her brother, Carlos (Juanita) Sanchez of Spain; her grandchildren, Dylan Ryder, Joseph Riedl, Dima Jo Conan and Donald Conan; her greatgranddaughter, Wynter Dior Ryder and by several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, Carmen was predeceased by her husband of 55 years, James M. McCarthy; her inseparable twin sister, Pilar Laird and by her brother, Fernando Sanchez.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Carmen’s memory may be made to Hospice & Palliative Care, 4277 Middle Settlement Road, New Hartford, NY 13413. Condolences for the McCarthy family may be left at

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