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Volume 203, No. 10 March 9 to 15, 2011


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Caz girls win sectional Class B title Lady Lakers nab third title in four years

Schools have high scores, low attendance

By Phil Blackwell

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Boys varsity hockey team advances After defeating Salmon River on Saturday, the Lakers are in the Frozen Four. ...See page 11

BUSINESS .....................7 CALENDAR ...................2 CLASSIFIEDS .............. 14 COMMINUTY NEWS ......3 EDITORIAL ....................4 OBITUARIES............... 18 PUBLIC NOTICES ........ 13 RELIGION .................. 18 SCHOOL NEWS .............6 SPORTS ..................... 11

District report cards released

By Pierce Smith

What the Cazenovia girls basketball team displayed in the first half of Sunday’s Section III Class B championship game against Utica-Notre Dame was nowhere near the top form that had produced a 19-1 record leading up to the title game. “We made silly passes and bad shots,” said head coach Steve Miles. “That’s not how we play.” But the second half of action at Utica Memorial Auditorium brought a return to what the Lakers consider normalcy - and the end result was a third sectional title in four years as it zoomed past the Jugglers 51-42. Everything suddenly

School district report cards were released for primary schools across New York State this past week. The evaluations covered each school in the district, rating their performance and examination scores for Math, Science, EnglishLanguage Arts as well as information on enrollment and attendance. C a z e n ov i a C e nt r a l School District students scored fairly well this past year; 135 teachers instructed 1670 pupils among the three facilities. Enrollment in each school has been slowly declining, but the students have consistently posted strong scores. District Superintendent Bob Dubik attributes the fragile real-estate market to the low attendance and tells that the district’s strong foundation will continue the tradition of excellence. “The reason we do well is very simple; we have hard-working teachers, hard-working students and involved parents who all expect the best,” Dubik said. “That breeds success. We have been able to meet and exceed learning standards for all subjects.” Fewer families have been moving to Cazenovia in recent years, and with every graduating class of seniors, a smaller class of kindergarteners enrolls. “It’s a big issue, I’ve talked to the Chamber of Commerce about it, I’ve talked to the town and village officials; there has to be See Reports, page 6


SECTION CHAMPS: Taylor Malmsheimer makes a pass to her teammates on the perimeter at a recent game in Cazenovia High School’s Buckley Gymnasium. The varsity girls basketball team has a record of 20-1 so far this season. worked, from an aggressive offense that mostly relied on the production of seniors Ellen Burr and Raeanne Clabeaux to a defense that, anchored by Ashley Stec, Colleen Dougherty, Taylor Malmsheimer and Maggie Carpenter, frustrated UND into the same

mistakes Cazenovia made early on. Going in, the Lakers knew the key to UND’s success was the way freshman Emily Durr could produce baskets from anywhere on the court. Yet Durr did just that in the first two periods, earning 14 points as,

at one point, the no. 5 seed Jugglers led by as much as nine. With its own offense sputtering (and Stec and Dougherty both picking up three early fouls), Cazenovia needed someone to keep them afloat - and it turned See Basketball, page 12

Locals locked up to fight muscular dystrophy Local citizens spent time in jail, raised money for charity By Pierce Smith Numerous residents from Cazenovia and surrounding areas willingly went to jail on Feb. 16 to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association. The “2011 Oneida Lock-Up” ran from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Rusty Rail restaurant in Canastota and raised $32,000. During the event, over 80 participants were confined to holding cells while their family and friends posted “bail” in the form of charitable donations. Among others from Cazenovia, St. James Church Youth Ministry Coordinator Julie Hagan, Cazenovia College Executive Vice President Susan Berger and the Cazenovia Central School District Assistant Superintendent Bill Furlong all cooled their heels to raise funds for MDA. “We know that people from Oneida, Cazenovia and surrounding communities are very generous, and always See Lock-Up, page 7


JAILBIRDS: Over 80 residents from Madison and Oneida counties were put behind bars while participating in the 2011 Oneida Lock-Up. During the event, $32,000 was raised to help combat muscular dystrophy.

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March 11

4:30 p.m.: CASA sponsored trip - Syracuse Symphony Broadway Giants

Bus departs from TOP’s parking lot at 4:30 p.m. for dinner on the way, at Julie’s Place. Transportation back to Cazenovia provided after the show, total cost is $45 per person.

7:30 to 11:30 p.m.: Slushfest Ball, sponsored by the GCACC

To be held in the American Legion Post 88, 26 Chenango St. Music by Route 66 and the PartyNuts. Tickets are available for $20. Call 655-9243 for more information.

March 12

9 a.m. to 12 p.m.: State of the Lake summit

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On the second floor of the Cazenovia Village Building. Discussion topics will include short and long term lake treatments plans, drainage, storm water retention and updates on the invasive Eurasian Milfoil.

March 17

12 p.m.: CASA sponsored luncheon at St. James Church

Will feature Irish Steppers from the “McDonald

Ashford Academy� Bring a place setting and a dish to pass.

5 p.m.: Deadline to Register for Caz College’s Art and Craft Fair

To be held from 5 to 8:30 p.m. on March 23. Area artists and artisans are invited to reserve space and a table. E-mail event co-chairs, Emily DiSiena, eadisiena@, or Judith Anderson, jmanderson@

March 18

9 a.m. to 11 a.m.: Family Flu Clinic

By appointment only (open to anyone 6 months of age and older). At the Madison County Health Department, 138 N Court St, Building 5 in Wampsville. $30 for adults (Cash, check, credit card, Medicare Part B and Medicaid are accepted). Children under 19 are Free.

1 p.m. ‘Wild About Horses’ series kick off – Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron

In the Community Room at the Cazenovia Public Library. Rated G. Free and open to the public.

8 p.m.: Live Space and Caz College present John Ford Coley with Paul Davie

In the Catherine Cummings Theatre. $25 Gen-

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March 24

7 p.m.: Friends of Lorenzo annual meeting Will be in the Lincklaen House “Stone’s Throw� on Albany Street. Event is free and open to the public. As space is limited, please call Lorenzo at 655-3200 by March 21, to reserve a spot.


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For Cazenovia residents 55 and older. Classes are free and run every Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the meeting house at the Presbyterian Church, Sullivan Street entrance. Sponsored by CASA. Beginners are welcome.

CCP has openings for 3, 4 year olds

Cazenovia Community Preschool has openings in three- and four-year-old programs. They offer 2,3 and 5 days a week options. Contact director Torrey Lansing at 655-4259. Applications accepted for 2011-12 school year.

VA Benefits counseling

At the Cazenovia Chamber office. 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. the first and third Wednesday of every month. Providing services to veterans, their dependents and the general community. Contact the Chamber at 655-9243.

CAP hosts weekly breastfeeding clinic

Cazenovia $134,900 Sweet home with a country feel in WKH9LOODJH2SHQĂ RRUSODQIRFXVHG around the kitchen. Nicki Donlin 655-1025 x301

Cazenovia $279,900 Young Colonial with 3BR, 2.5BA, pole barn with fenced-in pastures and 16 acres. Nicki Donlin 655-1025 x301

Cazenovia $1,350,000 Main house offers 3000SF+ of comfortable and unique living space. Several out buildings on the estate. Nicki Donlin 655-1025 x301


Cazenovia $249,000 Lake rights. Renovated kitchen and baths, hardwoods, private acre, one level living. Karen Reynolds 655-2191

Cazenovia $45,000 Cazenovia Village lot in desirable South Village! Ready to build. Dennis Gregg 655-1025 x303

Fayetteville $180,000 Desirable location! 3BR, 2BA updated & bright Split level. Great deck, pool and yard. Karen Reynolds 655-1025 x302 or 655-2191

CazCares Story Room, an early literacy program sponsored by Cazenovia Public Library, offers a free, drop-in, reading-centered program for pre-schoolers and families. Call CazCares at 655-3174, or Caz Read Ahead at 391-3557.

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

Open Jam

Rolling Hills of Bluegrass Americana and Kellish Hill Farm host an open jam every Sunday at 1 p.m. A pot-luck dinner is served around 5 p.m. Suggested donation is $2 to cover expenses and a dish to pass for the dinner. 3192 Pompey Center Road (1/2 mile north of Rte. 20), call Kathy or Rick at 682-1578 or check out

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. and 11:15 a.m. on Thursdays, it’s “Baby Story Time� for infants through age 2. On Wednesdays and Fridays at 10:15 a.m., Toddler Story Time is held. At 10:15 a.m. Thursdays and 11:15 a.m. Fridays, Preschool Story Time is held. 655-9322.

New Woodstock Library presents story hour

Story hour meets from 11 a.m. to noon every Tuesday at the New Woodstock Free Library. Story hour includes stories, snacks and crafts or activities. Call 662-3134 for details.

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osteoporosis prevention exercise group that meets throughout Madison County. In Cazenovia: Mondays and Thursdays 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.


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Tai Chi classes

Community Action Partnership will host Breastfeeding Connections,

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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.

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Community News

Leo Club fundrasing contest was a sure-shot at fun

Caz College expands curriculum for residents

By George Williams The Cazenovia Leo Club held its eigth annual foul shooting contest on Feb. 12 at the Cazenovia High School. The Leo Club is a community service club operating under the banner of the Cazenovia Lions Club. Each year, the club hosts the foul-shooting contest to raise money for a scholarship that is awarded to the graduating senior with the most community service hours. The club also donates money to Lion Camp Hickory, a summer camp for children with type 1 diabetes. Ben Romagnoli took first place, making 24 out of 25 foul shots. Ryan Romagnoli was able to make 22 shots and placed second. Nick Amman and Sarah Liddel tied, each making 18 of 25 free-throws. Brian Fox made 17, and Harry Dydo made 16 baskets. Rounding out the group was Bridget Cunningham, who made 15 of 25 foul shots.

By Pierce Smith Ever wondered how to bind books? Need help navigating the intricacies of Spanish wine? The Office of Extended Learning at Cazenovia College has recently expanded their curriculum, and regularly conducts classes for curious residents of all ages. The department offers courses on and off of Cazenovia’s campus that will award participants academic credit towards a degree, as well as non-credit courses that provide pupils with insight into their avocations. “I love the fact that we are bringing education to people who need flexibility and affordability,” Director Lesley Owens-Pelton said. “You have to have a strong cultural environment and See OEL, page 13




Wine expert Kirk Gibson, left, instructs students of “A taste of Spanish wine” how to properly evaluate the drink during the Feb. 23 class at the Brewster Inn.

Pictured holding their winning foul-shooting contest trophies are Sarah Liddel, left, Nick Amman, Bridget Cunningham, and Harry Dydo.

Upcoming events at the Cazenovia Public Library

Professor Anita Welych

Caz College’s ‘Great minds/ Great Ideas’ faculty lecture Professor Anita Welych will present her lecture “But is it Art? Art for social change” at 7 p.m. March 15 in the Cazenovia Public Library. A professor of art, Welych has said, “There exists a rare breed of artist whose work exists in the community. Their art aims to inspire, or indeed directly create, social justice in the world outside the pristine walls of the museum. Who are some of these cultural activists? What kind of work do they create? Which communities are served? In what ways do these artists create change? And,

importantly, is what they produce still Art?” ‘Wild About Horses’ debut: Children’s film screening The Cazenovia Public Library is proud to present “Wild About Horses,” a series featuring lectures, films, displays, art exhibitions, and tours,all to be enjoyed by adults and children alike. The series begins At 1 p.m. on Friday March 18, with a viewing of the film “Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron.” This is a highly-rated animated children’s film, presented from the point of view of Spirit, leader of the Cimarron herd, and his friend Little Creek, a Lakota

brave. An original look at western life with stunning visuals and incredible music, the film is rated G and runs for 83 minutes.

whistle. He will be joined by Kyle Volbear, and together they will provide a crowd-pleasing, toetapping performance.

Irish music concert featuring Martin and Volbear All are invited to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Dan Martin and enjoy a concert of contemporary and classical Irish folk tunes at 7 p.m. on Friday March 18 in the Cazenovia Public Library Community Room. Having recently performed at the Lincklaen House and Brae Loch in Cazenovia, as well as venues in Syracuse, Martin entertains with guitar, accordion, and penny

Don’t Forget: Free transportation through CRIS-CAT is provided for Cazenovia, Fenner, and Nelson residents over 55 and ambulatory. Just call 655-0612 between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m., three to five days in advance. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library, this concert is free and open to the public. For more information, call 655-9322 or visit

Girl scouts collect books, pajamas for less fortunate By Vicki Grimes The young members of Girl Scout Troop 111 have big ideas and even bigger hearts. Last month, the girls talked about some of the books they read at night, and how they like to climb into their warm pajamas crack open one of those good books before bed. The scouts then discussed how some children may not be as lucky as they are, and may not have any nice books at home or even warm clothes to sleep in. The troop decided they wanted as many children as possible to be able to snuggle up in some warm pajamas and have a nice bedtime story to read, or have read to them. That’s when the girls decided they wanted to start collecting new and gently used books and pajamas to donate to CazCares. The girls collected over 200 books and over 100 pairs of children’s pajamas ranging in all sizes. They hope that the less-fortunate children in the area are able to have a good night and sleep tight, enjoying the warm pajamas and a good book.

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Girl Scout Brownie and Junior Troop 111 pose alongside CazCares representative Tom Seeley, with some of the pajamas and books they recently collected and donated.



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Opinion Editorial

Caz schools face obstacles ahead The financial hurdle for Cazenovia Central School District is $1.25 million. The school board has to find that much in cuts and savings into order to meet its budget requirements for 2011-12. For a district the size of Cazenovia, that is a very high hurdle. Any cuts are bound to be painful. Despite that prospect, hundreds of parents, students and taxpayers turned out on Feb. 14 for a very civil meeting with the school board. There were no demands from those attending; only requests for individual programs and classes to be spared. There was also a concerted plea for the job of Thomas Murlin to be spared. Murlin, a popular English teacher, stands the very great possibility of becoming Cazenovia’s poster person for the state’s Last In First Out law. LIFO is the product of a Legislature that just can’t say “no” to union political contributions; and it’s why Murlin may be as great a teacher as the students say, but his short tenure puts his job in jeopardy because of the LIFO law. Gov. Andrew Cuomo has proposed a statewide teacher evaluation system to end-run LIFO, but few hold any hope that it will be enacted before the time for cuts arrives. That opinion is shared across the state despite the move last week by the state Senate to defang LIFO. Leaders of the Democrat-led General Assembly have pronounced the measure DOA. As the LIFO debate rolls on, taxpayers will hear a lot of arguments both for and against LIFO. But if the Cazenovia district leaders are forced to turn to layoffs to balance the spending plan, chances are Thomas Murlin will be looking for work elsewhere.

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Letters Shared Services Committee addresses important issues

To the editor: As president of the League of Women Voters of Cazenovia I read the news report on the work of the shared services committee with great interest. I would encourage all citizens of our community to read the report and engage our elected officials in a dialogue about the future direction of our community. I would also like to thank the committee for all its work on our behalf of the community, and encourage them to continue this study. A copy of the interim report can be found on the League’s website at Once on the site, select “About Us” from the menu. There will then be a drop down menu which includes the topic “shared services.” The committee’s report can be accessed by clicking on that menu topic. WENDY TAYLOR PRESIDENT, LWV OF CAZENOVIA

Protect the quality of education in Cazenovia

To the editor: Regarding Cazenovia’s anticipated education budget deficit and the possible teacher cuts that would result, I would like to share some of my concerns specifically regarding Mr. Romagnoli’s letter of a $700,000 teacher salary increase amount. I wonder if that is calculated before the anticipated laying off of teachers. And are possible retirements included in that number (as those would be at the higher end of the salary scale). We are all very aware of the educational money crisis; however, it is paramount that administrative and athletic cuts (among others) be considered as well. The goal should be to have the least effect on student academic achievement. That word “academic” is key to our students’ success. Cazenovia Central School District payroll consists of a superintendent, an assistant superintendent as well as an assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction? As teachers are on the “block,” other considerations should be made as well. Caz’s “Coordinator of Athletics and Communications” includes calendar coordination? I am quite sure that the calendar can adequately be maintained by administrative personnel who are not on the high end of the salary scale, or

Winterfest Talent Show was a community success

To the editor: Over 30 acts came to share their talents at the annual Winterfest Talent Show on Friday Feb. 11 at the Cazenovia High School. Karen and Dave Eldridge, owners of Isabella’s in Cazenovia, were crowned the 2011 king and queen of this year’s Winterfest. The talent show winners won donated prizes by area sponsors including Cazenovia Jewelry, Isabella’s, Caz Pizza, Subway, Dave’s Diner, L.L. Bean, Jen Basic Atty., Kimberly’s and the Lincklaen House. The talent show made over $1,800. The proceeds will go towards community service scholarships for our students. Thank you to all of the Project Café students and high school stage crew for making the event a success! COLLEEN PROSSNER CAZENOVIA COLLEGE

High School Agricultural program is well-liked, well-attended

To the editor: As you may know, the Cazenovia Central School District has been suffering from budget cuts. One of the things that they are proposing to cut is the agricultural program. I feel that this would be a big mistake. Many of the students in the program are planning to go in to the agricultural field as adults. As well as the fact that it is important to us, we as students enjoy the agricultural program and FFA because it helps us meet new people and do new things. We learn about all sorts of

new things and have fun doing so. If the agricultural program is cut, many of us who have our sequence in agriculture will have two choices: find a new sequence or don’t get an Advanced Regents diploma. If we choose a different sequence, we may be forced to do things we do not enjoy. So for the best learning environment I hope that you will join me in supporting the Cazenovia FFA. KATIE SKINNER CAZ HIGH SCHOOL FRESHMAN

Remember, gambling is an adult activity

To the editor: March is an exciting time to follow sports. Enjoy the games with your children! But, please keep in mind that betting on games is best kept to adults only. Research shows that there is a higher probability of someone having problems with gambling if they were introduced to it by age ten, their family has positive attitudes toward gambling, and they live in close proximity to gambling venues. According to the 2008 OASAS school survey study, 58 percent of Madison County students in grades 7 though 12 have gambled at least once in the past year. Positively, there is reduced risk of problems with gambling for some NYS students. According to the study, the 46 percent of students who report a belief in moral order, along with the 33 percent that perceive strong parental disapproval, are at lower risk. Are you the parent of one of the 37 percent of students who reported that they do not know how their parents feel about gambling? By giving your child a clear, firm and consistent message that there can be risk involved with gambling, you can reduce their risk of problems with gambling too. BRiDGES supports prevention education and encourages you to talk with your kids about both the games and the risks associated with gaming. One way to help problem gamblers and provide a valuable service to them is to provide a helpful message alongside sports point spreads and other score-related information, especially during National Problem Gambling Awareness Week, March 6 to 12. That message is: “Need help for a gambling problem? Call the NYS Helpline at 1-877-846-7369.” CHRIS REYNOLDS BRIDGES, MADISON COUNTY

Education that liberates, frees the mind   Lemann to lecture at Cazenovia College

Office of Publication: 35 Albany St., second floor, Cazenovia, NY 13035 Periodical Postage paid at Cazenovia, New York, 13035 The Cazenovia Republican serves the residents of the towns of Cazenovia, Nelson and Fenner The Cazenovia Republican (usps 095-260) is published weekly by Eagle Newspapers, 2501 James St., Suite 100, Syracuse, N.Y. 13206. Mail subscription rates: $30/$44 per year to addresses in New York state (depending on county); $48 per year to addresses outside New York state. Senior rates available. Newsstand, $0.75 per issue. POSTMASTER: Send change of address to Cazenovia Republican, 2501 James St., Suite 100, Syracuse, NY 13206. Eagle Newspapers is owned by Community Media Group LLC, David B. Tyler, Jr., President; Daniel E. Alexander, Vice President; John A. McIntyre Jr., Secretary/Treasurer.

even parent volunteers! Some districts have cut or reduced sport teams, and their Athletic Director is a stipend position only. Athletics are very important, as every parent knows, but not as important as the quality classes that will be offered and the seasoned teachers who will deliver the instruction Before any cuts are made, all areas should be scrutinized, including sports, administration, transportation and energy saving strategies, among others. Today, more than ever, it is imperative that we support the education of the young adults who will eventually run our country. I strongly support our Cazenovia teachers! SUE HOFFMANN CAZENOVIA

Nicholas Lemann

What is the value of a liberal arts education in the professional world? Nicholas Lemann, dean, and Henry R. Luce Professor at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, has explored the correlation between professional and liberal arts education. He will offer a lecture titled, “What

Should You Learn in College?” at 3:30 p.m. on Monday March 14, in the Catherine Cummings Theatre. The lecture, part of Cazenovia College’s “Reisman Lecture Series,” is free and open to the public. Lemann will deliver an important message for educators, for current college students and people who contemplate a college education followed by a successful career. In a 2004 article, “Liberal Education & See Lemann, page 12




Community News

Two ‘Feats’ to perform for SongStage Little Feat guitarists kick off concert series on Saturday By Russ Tarby Paul Barrere and Fred Tackett, the two guitarists from the classic rock band Little Feat, will play “Dixie Chickenâ€? and other tunes during an unplugged set at 8 p.m. Saturday March 12, at the Catherine Cummings Theater, 16 Lincklaen St., in Cazenovia. Syracuse blues guitarist Colin Aberdeen will open. Admission costs $30, call 1-800-838-3006. The double-bill debuts the theater’s SongStage series which continues March 18 with England Dan and John Ford Coley. For info, visit livespaceentertainment. com. “Although we’re starting with some acoustic shows, stay tuned,â€? said promoter SUBMITTED PHOTO Tom Honan of Live Space Entertainment. “We’ll also be producing some eclectic Fred Tackett and Paul Barrere, of Little Feat, will perform at concerts, from R&B to children’s programs the Catherine Cummings Theater on March 12. and everything in between.â€? Tackett was added in 1987. Honan is partnering with CazCares, Some of Barrere’s best known contribua local food pantry and he’s encouraging tions to Little Feat as a songwriter include concertgoers to bring non-perishable foods “Skin It Back,â€? “Down on the Farmâ€? and to the shows. “Feats Don’t Fail Me Now.â€? Tackett, who “The SongStage series will be a wonder- also plays mandolin, has contributed songs ful opportunity for Catherine Cummings to the Little Feat repertoire such as “Fool Theatre to be a major venue for national, Yourself â€? and “In a Town like This.â€? regional and local artists,â€? said Colleen In addition to their recordings with the Prossner, theatre director. “We see great band, Barrere and Tackett have released benefits for Cazenovia College and for two duo discs, “Live from North CafĂŠâ€? and Central New York.â€? “Live in the UK,â€? plus a DVD, “Sights and Barrere joined Little Feat in 1972, while Sounds.â€?

Cazenovia Scholastic Art to be displayed at New Woodstock Free Library Works to be displayed through April By Norm Parry The New Woodstock Free Library will be hosting an exhibit of Cazenovia School District artwork that was recently judged in the Scholastic Art Competition. Other works by students not entered in the competition will also be on display. The exhibit will be at the library March 14 though April 25. A reception will be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Monday April 4. The exhibit and the reception are open to the public. For nearly two decades the library has provided a venue for Cazenovia’s student artists. The works of hundreds of young people have been displayed at the library. “This annual event has provided many students with their first opportunity to

display their art in a public gallery,� said Library Exhibits co-chairperson, Nancy Edwards. “That means a lot to them. We’re proud to host this event. Every year we get to see how very talented and skilled our young people are.� Edwards is a former art teacher. She was a gold key winner in the scholastic art competition as a student at DeRuyter High School in 1953. For more information about this and other programs and events at the library call 662-3134 or visit the library’s web page at The New Woodstock Free Library is located at 2106 Main St. (Route 13) in the hamlet of New Woodstock. The library is open from 1 to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, 7 to 9 p.m. Monday and Wednesday evenings and from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays. The library is also open whenever the library flags are displayed out front.

CRIS-CAT volunteers recognized at Lincklaen luncheon By Bonnie Slocum

Director, CRIS On Monday Feb. 14, Mr. Bernhard Kramarsky treated over 20 CRIS-CAT volunteers to a luncheon at the Lincklaen House to show his appreciation for them, and the development of the program. Shortly before Christmas, Kramarsky called CRIS-CAT Coordinator Steve Burrell, in hopes of recognizing the volunteers that were doing such honorable work with no place to meet. “I think I would like to give a lunch for the volunteers on Valentine’s Day so they would be able to know each other.�

Kramarsky said. Burrell agreed, and together they arranged for the luncheon. Beverly Thorp stamped a decorative valentines and RSVP provided a treat for each attendee. The volunteer drivers met and talked about their experiences. One volunteer driver said she is glad to be driving, as there may be a time in the future when she needs the service and she would like to know it is available. One resident was unable to drive while recovering from arm surgery. Her short-term need was met by CRIS-CAT volunteer drivers. See CRIS-CAT, page 8

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and complete address. It is the responsibility of the parent to file requests in a timely manner. Please send requests directly to the Cazenovia School District, Transportation Department, 31 Emory Ave., Cazenovia, N.Y. 13035. For additional information, contact Cazenovia Transportation Department Supervisor, Karen Cowherd. At 655-1326, or by fax, at 655-1368

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EMPTYING HALLWAYS: The Cazenovia Central School District has experienced declining enrollment in recent years. With every graduating class, a smaller group of Kindergarteners register. Although staff and student numbers have been down, test scores are holding up. The school is listed as “in good standing� for mathematics, science and English-language arts, and the students have successfully shown “adequate yearly progress� in all subjects. Third and fourth-graders were tested in math and ELA. During the 2009-10 year, 76 percent of thirdgraders and 89 percent of fourth graders met learning standards for mathematics. Testing for ELA showed that 76 percent of thirdgraders and 84 percent of

fourth-graders had gained understanding of the subject. Only fourth-graders were tested in science and 98 percent of students comprehended the material; many “met learning standards with distinction.� Cazenovia Middle School also had a decreasing number of students, but high test scores during the 2009-10 school year; despite a decreasing number of students, they still posted high scores. 392 students attended the school last year; this was down from 402 students for the previous term and 417 students for the 2007-08 year. The middle

school includes just the fifth, sixth a seventh grades. As students move into the high school, enrollment numbers seem to fluctuate; although the grade sizes seem to be consistent. “We need to keep moving forward,� Dubik said. “Budget times are tough, and our schools will be affected. Class sizes will be affected slightly. The state wants to cap how we raise taxes and they also want to take state aid away. Those are our two main sources of revune.� The number of teaching positions in the middle See Reports, page 8

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The Cazenovia High School Drama Club is preparing, once again, for its spring musical. This year’s show will be the classic “Guys and Dolls,� based on the story and characters by Damon Runyon, with music and lyrics by Frank Loesser. Performance dates are set for 8 p.m. April 1 and 2, in the high school auditorium. A senior citizen performance (senior citizens admitted free) will be offered at 4 p.m. on Thursday March 31. Tickets are currently available for $9, and may be purchased in advance for all three performances. To order your tickets please call the Drama Club Box Office at 655-5309 or visit the Cazenovia Central School website at (link can be found at bottom left side of page).

Pursuant to Section 3635 Education Law: Each year it is necessary to request transportation to non-public schools. For the 2011-2012 school year, the request has to be in writing, postmarked by April 1 and sent to the Cazenovia Central School District. Forms are available from the non public school and should include the name of the school, full name of the student, grade entering 2011-2012, date of birth

SUNY Albany names local residents to dean’s list The following students were named to the University at Albany’s dean’s list for the Fall 2010 semester because of their outstanding academic achievements: Heather Gatzke, of Cazenovia. Madelaine Saunders, of Cazenovia. Kyle Volz, of Cazenovia. Full-time students shall be placed on the dean’s list if the pupil’s first matriculated semester at the University is 3.25 or higher; for all other students, the semester average must a 3.50 or higher for inclusion.

Gambee recognized on MCPHS dean’s list The Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Services recently announced that Margaret P. Gambee has been named to the dean’s list for the Fall 2010 semester. Margaret, the child of Patricia and Richard Hubbard, of Cazenovia, is a junior pursuing a Bachelor of Science in premedical and health studies. The dean’s list recognizes full-time students at MCPHS who have completed at least 12 semester hours of credit during an academic semester with a minimum 3.50 QPA.

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Little Falls Police Department, with approval from the State Division of Criminal Justice Services, in 2004. The pre-certification program curriculum meets all requirements established by the Municipal Police Training Council. The program is designed for current civilian or non-sworn personnel interested in entering the law enforcement field as police officers in New York State. Although the program does not guarantee admission into a police department, every standard required by a full-time basic police academy applies to this program, including physical fitness, attendance and academics. Upon successful completion of the program, graduates receive a transcript and certificate indicating completion of Phase I of the Pre-Employment Police Basic Training. The certificate gives students two years to secure employment in a police department and complete the Phase II portion of the training before being awarded a full Basic School Certificate from DCJS.


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do a fantastic job in helping us reach our goals to assist local people with muscular dystrophy. It’s a fantastic event and we were very pleased with the participation,” Executive Director of the Syracuse MDA, Kristin Rogers said. “We are a local office that helps local people who have muscular diseases, it’s important that people know their money stays here, and helps people in their community.” The event has run for a number of years in different formats and locations; at one point Cazenovia had its own fundraiser at the village jailhouse, before the surrounding counties decided to consolidate efforts. The Oneida Lock-Up has been in operation for the past eight years and has helped countless patients combat muscular dystrophy. The MDA first contacts community members looking for willing participants. Residents may either volunteer their time as a detainee, or refer someone they think would garner donations. Those that choose to refer others for the event may remain anonymous, entering a “witness

Director, Corporate Administration Ravenglass Technologies, Inc. of Cazenovia, recently announced the addition of two new employees to their organization. Catherine Tuxbury, of Baldwinsville, has just joined the company as a Knowledge Manager. Tuxbury, a graduate of Bates College, previously worked for Time Warner Cable of Syracuse. Catherine Tuxbury Brian Caufield, of Syracuse, recently joined the company as a Mobile Solutions Specialist. Caufield is a graduate of SUNY ESF, and has also worked for Time Warner Cable of Syracuse.

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protection program” and remaining out of the jail cells. The prospective prisoners are then contacted by the MDA and asked to participate. In the past, the event was conducted in a different manner, with local law enforcement apprehending subjects and bringing them to the lockup. In recent years, all participants are given ample warning, and the option to take part. Officers are still on hand, offering assistance and the opportunity for souvenir photographs. Once participants arrive at the fundraising location, they are ushered into make-shift holding cells and wait for their bail to be posted. Most “prisoners” remain in jail for about an hour, as their acquaintances call in and donate to the organization. The Cazenovians that partook were able to raise about $2,000 during the event. MDA was started 61 years ago by a group of physician-scientists, adults with muscular dystrophy and parents or children with the disorder. Through a number of programs and support services, MDA helps to combat neuromuscular diseases and educate people world-wide. For more information on the organization and their fundraising events, or make a donation, visit

The Cazenovia Watercolor Society is open for guests to visit at 7 p.m. on March 15. Meeting House of the Presbyterian Church, Sullivan Street entry way. Will be a painting demo. Poetr y reading by James McMann, retired NY City police officer. At 7 p.m. March 9 in the Cazenovia Public Library. Free. Call 655-9322. Meet the Robinsons movie. At 1 p.m. March 10 in the Cazenovia Public Library. Free. Call 655-9322. Contact the American Legion on Chenango St. if you would like to purchase an American made, American flag. The Red Cross is having their Great Chefs event March 13. Chef Michael Sale of the Lincklaen House will be featured. Tickets available online at The Slush Fest Ball, sponsored by the Caz Chamber is March 11. For more info 655-9243. Cazenovia Chat is compiled by Jeanette Michael, sales representative for Eagle Newspapers. Would you like to be included? Email one or two sentences to with “Chat” in the subject line.


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school has stayed consistent in recent years, although the number of classes offered had increased. 26 teachers instruct the enrolled students in 120 classes; 100 of those being core courses, such as English, math, science, social studies, art, music and foreign languages. Examination results showed strong numbers among enrolled students. Test scores placed the school in good standing, with students making adequate yearly progress. All grades met learning standards in all subjects. 79 percent of fifth-graders achieved a satisfactory understanding of math, as well as ELA, where 58 percent of students displayed comprehension. 81 percent of sixth-graders met learning standards for Math, and 71 percent for ELA. Seventh-graders also scored well in math and ELA, as 84 percent and 64 percent of students met learning standards, respectively. Female students academically outperformed their male counterparts in the middle school, except for math scores in sixth and seventh grades. The high school has also experienced declining enrollment in the past three years, although the matriculation percentage remains high. Cazenovia High School includes grades 8 through 12, which was comprised of 709 students during the 09-10 term. Throughout the 2008-09 school year, 711 students were enrolled, which isn’t a large drop in attendance, but during 2007-08 term 750 students attended the school. Teaching positions and the number of offered courses rose in the past three years. 54 teachers are employed within the five grades in the high school. This is an increase of four from the 2007-08 school year. Along with a growing staff, more classes have been available to students at Cazenovia High School. Last year, 257 classes were offered, including 208 core classes. Numbers are up from the previous years, when 254 classes were available (204 being core courses) for the 2009-08 term, and 237 classes (with 198 core classes) were conducted over the 2008-07 school year. Examinations in each major academic subject showed that Cazenovia High School students were also in good standing and making adequate yearly progress, as the younger students had. In the eighth grade, 80 percent of students met learning standards in Math, and so did 66 percent of students for ELA. 100 percent of eighth-grade students tested met learning standards for Science, and 74 percent did so “with distinction,� as they exhibited thor-


High school history teacher Joe Schettine assigns one of his classes homework on March 1. The freshman honors global studies students read Machiavelli’s “The Prince.� ough understanding of the subject material. Once students officially enter the ranks of high school their scholastic proficiency is tested through state-wide administered Regents exams. Freshman through senior students complete standardized tests on subjects including comprehensive English, integrated algebra geometry, trigonometry, global history and geography, U.S. history and government, living environment, earth science, chemistry, as well as physics. Of all the tests taken in the 2009-10 school year, over 90 percent of Cazenovia students were able to pass each exam. The highest percentages came with the U.S history and government regents, as 99 percent passed, and of those students, 74 percent achieved higher than a score of 85 on the test. The lowest scores registered last year were on the chemistry regents, a notoriously difficult subject. Of the 113 students that took the exam, 98 percent of pupils had a score of 55 or more and 88 percent scored higher than 65. About 31 percent of students were able to score 85 or

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higher on the exam. “We want to keep improving, and we will continue to; not only academically but with our transportation and athletic departments. We want to offer our kids a lot, and we try to do so within our means. It will be tough during these financial times.� Dubik said. Cazenovia High School has traditionally had a high rate of graduation, and not much has changed in recent years. 89 percent of students graduated form the district during the 09-10 term. Of 122 students, 117 received at least a Regents Diploma and 82 were awarded Regents Diplomas with Advanced Recognition. Of those that successfully graduated, 83 students went on to 4-year colleges, 17 went to 2-year colleges, five students entered the military and 15 found full-time employment. To access the charts and further examine the district’s report card, visit online. Information on the individual schools in Cazenovia’s district is available, as well as districts across New York State.


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Gasparini, Hinds snag N/W, Emerick and Bull on E/W Pat Gasparini brought The group meets at 1 p.m. streak a new partner, Jerri Hinds, on Tuesdays at the Cazenovia By Dave Bull

The snow birds come and the snow birds go, but we’ve been fortunate to keep our winter attendance between six and seven tables for our duplicate bridge games at the Cazenovia Public Library. On March 1, Carol Ginsky and Dene Sarason rejoined us after a long absence.

and they proceeded to post the top North/South score. Polly and Jack Koerner just edged Toni and Bob Salisbury for second place in N/S. On the East/West side of the table, Penny Emerick and Dave Bull took first, followed by Jim Schiffhauer and Dick Shaw in second. Carol Ginsky and Dene Sarason placed third for E/W.

Public Library, usually in the community room. All games are open to the public, but we ask players to come with their own partners. The skill levels of our players vary considerably. Dave Bull is volunteer publicist for the Cazenovia Bridge Club. BONNIE SLOCUM

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Kramarsky used to love driving and taking rides to enjoy the countryside, but is no longer able to because of vision problems. He said having CRIS-CAT available has enabled him to stay in his home and go to appointments as well as shop for the special items he needs. Many volunteers talked about how they enjoyed getting to know the people they’ve taken for rides. Currently there are over 30 volunteers. Five to seven rides per week are provided with requests increasing each month. In 2009, the Greater Cazenovia Area Chamber of Commerce commissioned the Senior Housing

Feasibility Study with area resident donations. Focus groups and surveys were completed by residents; in addition to the need for senior housing options, they identified the need for supportive services in the community to help people live in their homes as long as possible. Access to transportation was the most often mentioned need in these forums. Community Resources for Independent Seniors was formed to address these needs and the first service developed was Community Area Transportation in May 2010. CRIS-CAT, provides free transportation to residents

over 55 of Cazenovia, Nelson and Fenner for medical appointments, shopping, errands and social events. Rides are dependent on the availability of drivers. Residents may call 6550612. It is asked that people call three to five days prior to needing a ride. A scheduler will contact a driver with the details and the driver will contact the rider to schedule the ride. Those interested in volunteering may also call 655-0612, leave a message and Steve Burrell will provide details of the program. CRIS is a 501c3 organization and donations are tax deductible.






Peterboro black history banners displayed in Massachusetts By Dot Wilsey


Abolition banners from the National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum in Peterboro NY hang at the American International College in Springfield MA for Black History Month 2011.

Exhibit banners from the National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum in Peterboro, came down March 2 from their month long exhibit at the American International College in Springfield, Mass. AIC requested the exhibit for Black History Month 2011. Large fabric panels commemorating the first eleven abolitionists inducted into the Hall of Fame were sent in January. The banners will return to their home in Peterboro, to prepare for the season opening of the National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum on May 14, during New York State Heritage Weekend. NAHOF is open from 1 pm to 5 pm on Saturdays and Sundays, mid-May until the end of October. Admission is $2. NAHOF members and students are free.

In history 125 Years Ago March 11, 1886 – No one should use the lake for driving or ice boating without very great care, as ice has been cut with no regard to the very wise ordinance regulating such work, and very little care has been given to marking the openings. The Syracuse Co. has made no attempt to put up any barriers. The Casa Nova. A host of busy hands are now completing this building, and in a few days shavings and sawdust will give way to mattings and clean floors. It is not intended to permit over crowding the theatre, but to open it to all who may favor it with their patronage, the highest attainable comfort, convenience and safety. To those who are nervous about being in places of amusement, it may be said that all the seats are on one floor, that there are four stairways from the auditorium and stage, that the stage is completely lined with iron and the building protected from adjacent fires by iron and asbestos. Ample arrangements are provided for fire, and the most strict provisions made for care. This building is a reconstruction of “Concert Hall,� a place for public assemblage built in 1862 by the late General Ledyard. It is now proposed to open the Casa Nova with a concert, very largely of home talent, in keeping with the fact that the building has been designed, constructed and decorated by Cazenovians, who have proven themselves capable to conduct the work.

100 Years Ago March 9, 1911 – The Baraca and Philathea classes of the Presbyterian Church have rented the bowling alley for Thursday evening from 8 until 10:30 p.m. No one but members of the classes are invited. The ladies of the Monday Circle of the Methodist church will meet Thursday for a winter picnic dinner with Mrs. A.B. Tooke at Chittenango Falls. 50 Years Ago March 9, 1961 – A new Laundromat and Dry cleaning business owned by Roy and Fred Harris of Dewitt and Pompey opened in Cazenovia at the old Sayles Garage on Albany Street Thursday, March 2. The establishment houses 19 washers and 10 dryers. The New Woodstock Library opened this week in its new location in the old telephone building on Main Street. The new building, which has been re-modeled to accommodate the book collection, gives the library more room and an area for the children’s book collection. The old building, which stands just east of the Victory, was unheated, but librarian Mrs. George Collins pointed out that the new location has its own heating system. The library, which is supported by taxpayers, is staffed completely by volunteer librarians.

Luck 4-H Club held its first meeting of the year at Mrs. John Ryan’s, and elected officers. They are as follows: President, Veronica Ryan; Vice President, Patty Gregg; Secretary, Eileen Kennedy; Treasurer, Mary Callahan; News Reporters, Lucy Newton and Barbara Tierney; Refreshments, Anne Ryan; Telephone Comm., Jackie VanAalten; Party Planners, Fran Fiedler and Anne Winslow. This column is compiled

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All come with the roots wrapped in damp peat moss or other organic matter for the simple reason that if roots dry out completely the plant dies. You may be shocked when you first see a bare root rose bush, fruit tree or shrub. They look like a dead bunch of sticks. Just remember that bare root plants will grow their roots first and leaves and stems last so it’s all about getting the roots off to a good start. To revive a bare root plant before setting it out in the garden, first remove all the packing material and shake off everything on the roots. Cut off any broken stems or roots and immediately plunge the roots into a bucket of water for several hours. Be sure all of the roots are underwater. It’s okay if the stem is under water too. Meanwhile dig a large planting hole wider than the plants roots. Make a small cone of soil in the middle of the hole and gently set the plant on top of this cone spreading the roots out. Gently push the soil back around the roots and tamp it down firmly. Water thoroughly and rock the plant back and forth to settle it in and to get

rid of any air pockets. Many plants are grafted onto hardy rootstocks. If the tree or shrub is grafted be sure that the graft union is above the soil surface. The graft union is a swollen part of the stem that separates the rootstock from the grafted variety on top. If the graft is below the soil the uppermost graft may send down roots and eliminate any advantage of the hardy rootstock. Most fruit trees and roses are grafted, though some shrub roses are marketed as “own root� non-grafted roses. After planting, spread a layer of mulch two to three inches deep around the plant. This will keep the soil cool and hold in soil moisture. Bare root plants have many advantages over potted plants. They often have less transplant shock because they don’t have leaves sapping their energy. They can put all of their initial growth into forming roots rather than leaves so may survive easier than potted plants. And usually you have a much wider range of bare root roses and fruit trees than potted ones. They tend to be a lot less expensive too, because you don’t pay for shipping pounds of soil. This is a good time to order bare root pants for spring planting. Many people wrongly believe that bare root is second best to potted plants, but after all that would just be a bare faced lie.

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Laker hockey survives Salmon River, reaches state Frozen Four


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One theme that kept emerging in the Cazenovia ice hockey team’s 22-0 romp to the Section III Division II championship was that, by the third period, the outcome of most games was well decided and fans could look ahead to the next test. That certainly wasn’t the case, though, in Saturday’s Division II regional final at Salmon River. The Lakers found itself facing serious stress in the final period but Brian Gara, Cazenovia’s main offensive weapon, delivered them from it, completing a hat trick and leading his side past the Shamrocks 4-3. Having survived this rare close call, Cazenovia, the state’s top-ranked team, gets to return to Utica Memorial Auditorium this weekend for the state “Frozen Four�. The semifinal game against Section II champion Queensbury is Saturday at 12:30 and, should the Lakers win there, the final is Sunday at that same time. Of course, Cazenovia almost didn’t get to that point. Salmon River, a long-time Section X power with plenty of state-tournament experience, felt quite comfortable on home ice and did everything possible to nearly ruin the Lakers’ dream season. Just seconds after Connor Cannizzaro scored off his brother Sean’s feed to put Cazenovia ahead 1-0 in the first period, the Shamrocks countered with Kevin Davies’ goal, then seized a 2-1 lead late in the period when Brian Oakley’s shot slipped past Mason Powell. Clearly, Cazenovia was bothered by Salmon River’s physical style, but it stayed patient and, in the second period, found more room to skate. And that meant Gara, owner of 51 goals this season, was about to hit his customary stride. Gara notched the only goal in that second period, leaving the two sides even 2-2 with one period left. Then, early in that final frame, Gara flashed open and, taking a pass from Sam Lewis, beat Shamrocks

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Lady Lakers posted strong times against the best in New York By Kurt Wheeler Piper Gianforte and Jillian Vogl capped off the best season in a Cazenovia Indoor Track history with a trip to the New York State Championship Meet. The duo competed against the top track and field athletes from across the state during the March 5 meet hosted by Cornell University. Senior Captain Piper Gianforte, the overall Section III champion in the pole vault finished 23rd in the state at 8-9, three inches short of her best indoor vault. Perfect through the first two rounds at 8-0 and 8-9, she made three strong attempts at 9-6 but couldn’t clear that height, which would have tied the Lakers’ indoor school record. A team leader throughout the season, Gianforte earned first team all-league honors in both the pole vault and the 4x200 relay in addition to a sectional title in the pole vault. She tied the all-time outdoor pole vault mark of 9-6 last spring in addition to helping the Lakers to the State Championships in the 4x100 relay. Junior Jillian Vogl ran the second


Track and field standouts Piper Gianforte, left, and Jillian Vogl pose before the start of the New York State Championship Meet on March 5 at Cornell’s Barton Hall. The duo were the overall Section III champions in the pole vault and 300-meter dash, and represented Central New York at the elite meet. fastest 300-meter dash of her career, to finish 17th in the state at 42.87. She finished fifth in her heat, which included eventual state champion Tayana Yarde of Mount Vernon, falling about one second short of advancing to the finals. Vogl, co-recipient of the Most Valuable Runner Award during the regular season, earned all-league honors in both the 4x400 relay and the 300 as well as a sectional championship in the 300. In addition to setting the all-time indoor 200 meter record this winter, she helped set school 4x100 and 4x400 records last spring.

Both of those relays earned outdoor Section III titles and advanced to the State Championships. Vogl’s trip to Cornell was her third consecutive season at states, playing a major role in the Lakers’ field hockey New York championship last fall between her two track title bids. Both athletes will try to keep their streak of Cazenovia championship seasons alive, as they begin outdoor track this week along with many of their teammates from the Lakers’ OHSL and Section III title-winning indoor squad.

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out to be Burr. In an echo of her heroics in leading the field hockey Lakers to a state championship last fall, Burr got 10 points in the first two periods, more than half her team’s total as it stayed within touch despite all of its struggles. “Ellen has great post moves, and she can finish,� said Miles. Down 22-16 at the break, the Lakers did little to change its defensive set-up. Instead, it clamped down in the familiar 2-3 zone and, with each player taking turns tracking Durr, held the rising UND star to just one field goal the rest of the way. “We had to pick it up, and we did a better job communicating where (Emily) was at all times,� said Clabeaux. Meanwhile, Burr stayed hot, with five points early in the third quarter, then ceded to Clabeaux, another field hockey state championship alumnus, who hit on six straight points that pushed the Lakers ahead 27-25 and capped off an 11-2 run. Overall, Cazenovia outscored the Jugglers 19-7 in that period, capped by big 3-pointer from Malmsheimer. Midway through the final period, when UND cut the gap to 41-38, Burr and Clabeaux struck again with back-to-back baskets, and it was Clabeaux offering the steal and lay-up with less than a minute left that made the score 49-40 and sealed a sectional championship. Burr, named the sectional tournament MVP, finished with 22 points, close to her season high, and Clabeaux notched 14 of her 17 points in the second half. Miles said the pair’s successful experiences last fall in field hockey kept them calm in this pressure

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Center State peewees win Ag Literacy Week provides opportunity for Sectional championship primary grades By Lynette Christensen The Center State Stampede Peewee hockey team won the Central Section Championship over the weekend of Feb 20. Their victory has earned them a berth to the State Tournament in Chazy, N.Y. in early March. The Stampede were underdogs going into Geneva for Sectionals, but peaked at the right time, as they went undefeated in round-robin play. The team gained a confidence boost in the early stages of the tournament by defeating a strong Salmon River squad in their first match-up, and then winning against Valley. Riding the momentum of their first day’s performance, the Stampede entered the second day of competition with an upset against Onondaga, a team that has handed Center State losses in all four of their previous outings. By defeating teams from Geneva and Cortland, Center State swept through the tournament with the highest points and the sectional title. The team’s effort over the weekend was

well-balanced, with every player contributing to the overall success. Adam Race, Colin McGaugh, Geordie Geier and Matthew Chlad created the defensive wall that helped the goaltending duo of Cameron Frye and Patrick Wilson shut down their opponents. Race and McGaugh also turned on the fire power, each notching numerous goals during the weekend. While not minding the net, Frye played double-duty as a forward, chipping in a couple goals on the offensive side. Hayden Wright also proved versatile, as he played both offense and defense to fill in for a sick teammate. Forwards Eamon Bollinger, Dylan Peckham, Alex Marshall, Matthew McGaugh, Ryan Mistur & Geoff Christensen, led by Captain Graham Demo, clicked on offense, to keep the Stampede on top. The team is coached by Pat McGaugh, Mark Demo and Tom Wilson. They deserve hearty congratulations, and a vote of confidence the state tournament.


PEEWEES: The Center State Stampede team, Eammon Bollinger, Matthew Chlad, Geoff Christensen, Graham Demo, Cameron Frye, Geordie Geier, Alex Marshall, Colin McGaugh, Matt McGaugh, Ryan Mistur, Dylan Peckham, Adam Race, Patrick Wilson and Hayden Wright pose with the championship banner and two of their coaches, Pat McGaugh and Mark Demo, on Feb. 20.


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a vibrant arts community, to enrich residents. All of these things add to our area, without them, you start to see store-fronts closing and the tax-base leaving.” On Feb. 23 the Brewster Inn was host to Cazenovia College’s course “A taste of Spanish wine: Spanish wine basics.” Wine expert Kirk Gibson instructed over 40 residents from Cazenovia and surrounding areas how to properly taste, evaluate and pair the wines. The lesson covered five of Spain’s historic wine regions, Rioja, Priorat, Ribera del Puero, Toro and Jumilla. The registration fee included numerous wine samples, a food-pairing tasting plate as well as a comprehensive outline participants were able to keep. A second class was offered on March 1, as the course roster filled quickly and many were unable to attend the first session. In the future, the Office of Extended Learning hopes to add New York Finger Lake, and Italian wine-tastings to their long list of offered courses. Classes are available to all those inter-

ested in learning more about a particular subject, whether a student or civilian. Professionals can develop their skills and beginner hobbyists can advance to levels of mastery. Credits earned through the academic courses are fully-transferable and can help part-time students earn an associates degree or reach other educational goals. Registration fees are dependant on the course and financial aid is available to those that apply. Non-credit courses look to inform and enrich participants about a wide-range of topics, and a number of new classes have recently been made available to prospective pupils. All who are interested can now learn the theories of cake decorating, vegetarian cooking, conversational French, memoir writing, computer graphics and glass-work, among others. To learn more about offered courses visit extendedlearning. To enroll, or purchase classes as gifts, contact the office at 6557288 or email Coordinator Sherri Benedict at

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During Ag Literacy Week, March 21 to 25, children from area schools will be reading “Chicks and Chickens” and learning about agriculture in their daily lives. follows the life of chickens from embryos to hatchlings, and finally to adults. The book is also appropriate for first and third graders as well. Teachers can sign up to take advantage of the opportunity by having a volunteer read in the classroom. Readers can volunteer to go into a local school and read and talk to students about the importance of New York agriculture in their daily lives. New York Agriculture in the Classroom is also sponsoring a contest called Be Aware of Agriculture

NOTICE OF FORMATION Notice of formation of Morrisville Fresh, LLC, limited liability company (LLC). Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of NY (SSNY) on 2/8/11. Office located in Madison County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC, PO Box 901, Morrisville, NY 13408. LLC is member managed. Purpose: any lawful act or activity. CR-13 NOTICE OF FORMATION Notice of formation of LEEKS MANAGEMENT, LLC, Art. Of Org. filed Secy. Of State (SSNY) 02/03/2011. Office location: Madison County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process: Leeks Management, LLC, the Reg. Agt. Upon whom proc. May be served. Purpose: any lawful purpose. CR-13 Notice concerning the examination of assessment 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 Nelson, which will be filed on or before May 1st, 2011. This information may be reviewed by appointment by calling the Town Assessor, Rhonda Weigand at 315-668-9931 CR-10 Notice concerning the examination of assessment 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

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REFRIGERATOR: 14 cu. ft. Gibson Frost Clear, white. Asking $100. 378-4932 FREE IBM Correcting Selectric Typewriter with supply of ribbons. Will donate to a local non-profit group. Needs to be picked up in Fayetteville. Call 315-637-5570 FOOSBALL TABLE- high quality. Excellent condition. Very Sturdy. $50.00 Call 635-3372. 2 AIR CONDITIONERS - Wall Units. Excellent condition. 6,000 BTU $50, 12,000 BTU $249 Whirlpool. 315440-6431 Weaving Loom, wood, lap or table, 18 1/2� x 18 1/2.� Already set up to get started. $40. 315-655-9484

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315 Articles For Sale Household Items for sale: 1900’s school desk very good no rust $55, Pier One wicker chair $25 like new. Dresser $75 good con-dition, Moving-must sell. 655-9484.

SAWMILLS- Band/Chainsaw- Cut lumber any dimension, anytime. Build anything from furniture to homes. IN STOCK ready to ship. From $4090.00. www.NorwoodSawmills. com/300N 1-800-661-7747 (NYPA) TFN RUG LIQUIDATION SALE! 75% Off Every Rug. FREE SHIPPING/BUY NOW. 200,000 Rugs Must Go. www. 1-866-647-3965. (NYPA) TFN TV & ENTERTAINMENT CENTER: 25� Color TV, VCR Player. Entertainment Center 50� wide, 54� high, 21� deep, 2 drawers, 2 cabi-nets, one with glass front. Asking $100. 378-4932.

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500 Autos For Sale 1994 GMC Jimmy w/4 new studded snow and summer tires. Good Condition. Florida vehicle. 207,000 Miles. A/C $975.00. 685-2345.

NISSAN GXE SEDAN 1998 Sentra 62,000 miles. Auto, PW, PL, PM, tilt steer-ing, cruise control, AM/FM. Ruby Red Metallic Paint. New brakes & tires. $3995 OBO. MUST SELL TO SETTLE ESTATE! call 378-3162.

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Featuring a wide variety of quality items includes furnishings for every room along with artwork, folk art country items, barber bottles, occ. Mugs, rare root floor lamps, textiles, civil war era perc. Rifles, period chipp. Chair, Stickley Bros. settle, chairs, Gus Vback, mantles, bedset, floor mod. Record players and much more.

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ChaseDesign is a multi-disciplinary design consulting firm providing clients with expertise in retail design, product design, packaging design and consumer research. We are recruiting for someone to join us in the role of Building and Maintenance Technician. The responsibilities for this position include; maintaining facility grounds to include shoveling, trimming hedges, disposing of leaves and other debris. Conducting interior building maintenance to include general cleanliness and neatness of conference rooms, kitchen areas, lobby areas and overall responsibility for the appearance of the buildings. Providing support in transporting clients (i.e. from and to the airport) and upkeep and maintenance of all company vehicles. This position requires Special Vocational Preparation (for example BOCES program) or equivalent educational training and/or experience. Proficiency in using various machinery and tools in completing tasks. Prior experience in building and grounds maintenance. Self-starter and pro-active in completing tasks. Organized with strong attention to detail. Professional appearance and strong interpersonal skills. Current New York State Driver’s License. Please send your resume to or ChaseDesign, 1400 East Genesee Street Skaneateles, NY 13152


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Second shift full time opening for an experienced welder. Please mail resume with any salary requirements to: HR Manager, P.O. Box 11009 Syracuse, NY 13218 or apply in person at 526 State Fair Blvd., Syracuse



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Obituaries George H. B. Brockway, 82 Amateur ornithologist, avid cyclist, skier and fisherman

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Grace Bible Church, formerly of East Syracuse, has taken up new residence in Cazenovia. Now meeting at 5034 Temperance Hill Rd., Grace Bible Church offers the community sound Biblical teaching in a variety






of ways. The organization offers a nursery for young children, as well as integrated family worship on Sunday mornings at 10:30, followed by a luncheon at 11:45 a.m. and a Bible study hour at 12:30 p.m. The church will also offer a weekly college and ca-

Recovery program incorporates bible, meets Thursdays â&#x20AC;&#x153;Celebrate Recoveryâ&#x20AC;? is a biblical 12-step program that provides help to overcome and find freedom from hurts, habits, or hang-ups, and is open to anyone. Are you hurt by past abuse or broken relationships; are you caught in the habit of alcohol or drug abuse; do you have hang-ups, fear, insecurity or low self-esteem? The Celebrate Recovery program will meet you exactly where you are and take you along a path towards wholeness and peace with others on the same journey. Celebrate Recovery meets at 7 p.m. every Thursday night at Eastern Hills Bible Church, West Campus, 4600 Enders Rd. in Manlius. For more information, contact Dave or Lynne Allard at 655-2750.







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Divorcee support group to begin meeting in March DivorceCare, a 13-week special help seminar and support group for people experiencing divorce or separation, will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday evenings beginning March 24 and ending June 23, at Eastern Hills Bible Church in Manlius. DivorceCare features video teaching by nationally recognized experts on divorce, and recovery topics followed by group discussion. Some of the seminar topics include â&#x20AC;&#x153;Facing Your Anger,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Facing Your Loneliness,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Depression,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;New Relationships,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Kid Careâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Forgiveness.â&#x20AC;? For more information or to register, call Dedie at 6825008 ext. 312, or 655-9580.

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George H. B. Brockway peatedly at the Cazenovia Winter Festival talent show with bird calls. An avid fisherman as well, he reportedly knew every fishing hole in Chenango County, and liked to share his knowledge on ice age geology as he covered the countryside. His travels were often accompanied by a sketchbook, where he recorded drawings of buildings, walls, and landscapes of interest to him. Brockway was also an ardent cyclist frequently seen on the roads of Madison, Onondaga and Chenango counties. Surviving a serious accident, in which he was run off the road by a truck and suffered a serious leg injury, Brockway recovered to compete and medal in many races, including the Empire State Games. He continued cycling into his 70s. George Brockway was predeceased by his sister, Frances Spangler of Essex, Connecticut, and is survived by his former wife Joan Griffiths of DeRuyter and a son, John Adam Brockway, also of DeRuyter. A memorial service will be announced at a later date.

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Motor Trucks in 1909, a company that made heavy-duty trucks until its demise in 1977. George H. B. Brockway graduated from the Berkshire School in Sheffield, Mass., in 1948. He attended Cornell University, served in the Navy, where he was stationed in Iceland, and subsequently graduated from Syracuse University with a bachelorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;sdegree in arts and sciences in 1956, followed by masterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s degree in education in 1964. Brockwayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s passion for skiing, a lifelong pursuit, led him to Aspen, Colorado, where he taught secondary school English and served on the Ski Patrol. Eventually returning to Central New York, where he also taught English, Brockway launched a new career as an independent masonry contractor specializing in custom stone walls, often made from local field stone. His artistic finesse and technique, seen in his creations throughout the Syracuse, Fayetteville, Jamesville, and Cazenovia areas influenced other talented wall builders, including John Kennedy, Dexter Johnson and Allan Robinson. He also became an iconic figure on the local ski scene, serving as an instructor at Song Mountain in Tully for many years. A man of many diverse interests, Brockway was an amateur ornithologist and regaled audiences re-

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Feb. 27 Joshua Dunagan, 18, of Chittenango, was charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended regis-

Basketball tration and an equipment violation. March 1 Jeremy Matteson, 32, of Cazenovia, was charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration, third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, operating a motor vehicle without insurance and improper plates. March 2 Daniel Thatcher, 24, of Eaton, was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and an equipment violation. The police blotter is compiled by the Cazenovia Police Department, located at 90 Albany St.

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