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Village passes 2011-12 budget
Small increase must account for stagnant tax base By Pierce Smith
Art Park to host Riester retrospective The life and art of Dorothy Riester will be celebrated at Stone Quarry Hill. ...See page 5
Caz hockey honored at Crunch game The Champion boys varsity hockey team was honored at a recent game. ...See page 10
BUSINESS .....................7 CALENDAR ...................2 CLASSIFIEDS .............. 19 COMMUNITY NEWS ......3 EDITORIAL ....................4 HISTORY ................... 17 OBITUARIES............... 18 PUBLIC NOTICES ........ 18 SCHOOL NEWS .............6 SPORTS ........................8
EQIINE ALLEY: Joey, left, Apollo, Angel and Helium enjoy the view from their stalls at the Cazenovia College Equine Education Center. The site, located on Woodfield Road in Cazenovia, is host to approximately 70 horses.
Horse biz booms in Caz
By Pierce Smith
email@example.com It has been just over a year since efforts to position Cazenovia as the hub of the New York State equine industry were implemented. The NYS Center for Equine Business Development at Cazenovia College has been working to organize training programs and trade fairs, host clinics with nationally-known professionals and establish vast data banks detailing
the most accurate information about the equestrian industry. The educational opportunities within Cazenovia College’s Equine Business Management programs have steadily increased, and the tack shop on Albany Street has experienced continued success in this variable economy. onveniently situated along “Equine Alley,” Cazenovia has always been heavily populated by members of the equestrian community. Olympic show jumping
gold-medalist, Elizabeth “Beezie” Madden and her husband John Madden, have been long time residents of Cazenovia. The mild climate and multitude of riding trails make the area a favorable location to keep horses; upwards of 10 stables have been raised within a 15-mile radius. The Cazenovia College Equine Education Center is located on 243 acres, just a few miles from the main campus. The facilities See Equine, page 5
Noted abolitionists named to Hall of Fame By Dot Willsey
On April 6 the National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum announced plans for the induction of three abolitionists to the Hall of Fame in Peterboro. Abby Kelley Foster, Jermain Loguen and George Gavin Ritchie will be inducted on Saturday October 22 at ceremonies to be held at Colgate University in Hamilton. The 2011 inductees are the fourth set of abolitionists to be inducted. Two of the inductees were selected from a list developed from DOT WILLSEY suggestions by abolition scholars, The historic Smithfield Community Center in and one inductee was selected from Peterboro houses the National Abolition Hall of the first public nominations to the Fame and Museum.. This site was host to the first Hall of Fame. Anti-Slavery Society meeting in 1835. A program on each of the in-
ductees will be presented during the afternoon of October 22 at the Upstate Institute Abolition Inductee Symposia in the Golden Auditorium at Colgate University. At 7 p.m. the official induction of each abolitionist will take place after nominations from family, associates, societies and organizations affiliated with the inductees. The official Hall of Fame portrait created by artist Joseph Flores of Rochester will be unveiled and an entertaining and educational presentation for all ages will follow. On Saturday October 20, 2012 the three inductees will be commemorated with inductee presentations and an evening program at See NAHOF, page 17
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The Village of Cazenovia Board Meeting on April 4 was preceded by a public hearing notifying residents of the trustees’ work on finalizing next year’s budget. Mayor Thomas Dougherty began the evening’s proceedings by outlining details for the tentative 2011-12 village budget and informing attendees of a minimal tax increase. After concluding the public hearing and calling the board meeting to order, the budget was accepted by all village trustees and the resolution to adopt the budget passed unanimously. “We put in many hours looking at all the options, trying to balance cost versus services,” Deputy Mayor Kurt Wheeler said. “The entire board is very sensitive to keeping taxes as low as possible.” A three-percent tax increase has been considered for the next budget year. The increase would equate to a 17-cent hike for every thousand dollars the house is worth. Accordingly, residents with a house valued at $150,000 will see their taxes rise aboutt $27. The two main sources for future fiscal health in the village of Cazenovia will be sales tax revenue and the growth of the area’s tax base. Dougherty said that last year, there was only a 1-percent increase in the community tax base. The sluggish economy has had an effect on the citizens statewide; without residents shopping locally to sustain the community market, no new businesses will open and many existing stores may have to close. “People need to understand that when they buy locally in Madison County, it comes back directly to help hold down their property taxes and maintain our streets and parks,” See Budget, page 15
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At the Catherine Cummings Theater. Admission for adults is $15, for seniors and students, $12; and ages 12 and under, $10. Tickets may be purchased at Cazenovia Jewelry or call 315-655-STAR.
10 a.m.: GCACC Winter Farmer’s Market To be held in the
American Legion Hall at 26 Chenango St. This will be the last winter market to be put on by the Greater Cazenovia Area Chamber of Commerce. Regularly scheduled weekend farmer’s markets will resume shortly after.
4:30 p.m.: Nelson Church roast beef dinner At the Nelson United Methodist Church, off Rt. 20E. Begin serving family-style meals at 4:30 p.m. Take-out available at handicap entrance. Adults cost $8.50, children 5 to 12 $4.50, under five free. Call the church office 655-3519.
11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.: American Red Cross Blood Drive To be conducted from Cazenovia College’ Hubbard Hall. To donate, contact 800-733-2767 or visit madisononeidaredcross. org. For donor eligibility questions call 800-2151659.
3:30 to 5:30 p.m.: Madison County Department of Health sponsored Immunization Clinic Will be held at the Cooperative Extension on Eaton Street in Morrisville. Call 366-2848 for more information.
10 a.m.: Cazenovia Lions Club sponsored Easter Egg Hunt
A notebook that was left at Village Court has been recovered. To claim, contact the Cazenovia Police Department at 655-3041.
dents and the general community. Contact the Chamber at 655-9243.
Free GED program and adult literacy tutoring
At Lakeland Park, free community event. Complimentary coffee, hot chocolate and doughnuts will be available. Donations gladly accepted. Contact 6378927 for more information.
Free GED program and adult literacy tutoring at Cazenovia Public Library. Learn to Read, Learn to Speak English, Earn Your GED. Call Caz Read Ahead at 391-3557.
Cazenovia Writers’ Group
Tai Chi classes 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. Beginners are welcome.
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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 depen-
The Cazenovia Writers’ Group meets biweekly at the Cazenovia Library at 7 p.m. on Thursday to share and discuss their work. New members welcome. Contact Cathy at 527-1627 or David at 662-7576.
Early childhood care and education Cazenovia Children’s House accepts applications throughout the year for programs at the licensed day care facilities and for the village based
preschools. Call 655-5437 to arrange a visit and for information on classes, scholarships and an application.
Free BoneBuilders workshops
BoneBuilders is a free osteoporosis prevention exercise group that meets throughout Madison County. In Cazenovia: Mondays and Thursdays at 10 a.m. at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church. Call 684-3001.
Cazenovia Library presents story time
Story time in the Story Garden at the Cazenovia Public Library is held every weekday morning. All are welcome. Begins at 10:15 a.m. Call 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. Call 662-3134 for details.
Cazenovia Abroad Miniature ornaments on a silk cord. Sterling lamb, duck, little brother, angel – many more. Last chance-they have been discontinued. Non-edible foil wrapped “chocolate” bunnies, eggs, ornaments. Plenty of decorations for your Easter table.
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Village drafts tree regulations By Pierce Smith
firstname.lastname@example.org The Village of Cazenovia Board of Trustees held their regular monthly meeting at 7 p.m. on April 4 in the villageâ€™s municipal building. The meeting agenda offered updates on grant applications for the Riverside Drive project and Carpenterâ€™s Barn, as well as a discussion pertaining to the upcoming Memorial Day Parade. The meeting agenda was preceded by a public hearing, proposing consideration of a local law which would establish regulations for trees in Cazenovia. The law, entitled â€œA local law to establish regulations for the installation and care of trees in the Village of Cazenoviaâ€? wished to determine how many yearly Mayor-appointed members should serve on the board of the Tree Commission. Talk of a five-member board (with one serving as Chair) was considered, however the village trustees decided they wished to discuss the matter further at next monthâ€™s meeting. The Tree Commission currently boasts about 20 volunteer members. Chairman Tom Tait founded the entity with hopes of providing an advisory role towards plantings and educational seminars, monitoring village trees, perform maintenance
101 LINCKLAEN: This tree on Lincklaen Street is one of 12 the Tree Commission feels is in danger of damaging nearby power lines. There is a tentative plan to remove 12 of the trees from Lincklaen Street and plant 25 new saplings around the village. and takedowns, as well as to organize Arbor Day observances. Cazenovia Village Trustee Amy Mann voiced her desire to pursue designation as â€œTree City USA,â€? citing possible circumstances that would positively affect the community. â€œThe designation could potentially make us eligible for funding and/or other support for our efforts,â€? she said. â€œIt also shows residents and businesses that we are dedicated to the maintenance of an attractive village and business
district.â€? Further discussions were then scheduled to take place at the next Village of Cazenovia Board Meeting on May 2. Another notable item on the meetingâ€™s agenda was a discussion of the grant application process for Riverside Drive. Many of the village trustees expressed their confidence towards developing a medical center in the vacant lot behind the library. While some residents in attendance voiced concerns, no actions have been taken. It was decided that two more meetings will be held regarding the grant-application process. The next conversation will take place at 7 p.m. April 18, and the subsequent discussion is scheduled for 6:45 p.m. May 2. This will precede the regularly scheduled Village of Cazenovia Board Meeting in the Municipal Building at 90 Albany St. In other board news: The American Legionâ€™s request to hold a parade on Memorial Day was unanimously accepted by the board trustees. The parade will begin at 10:30 a.m. on Monday May 30. The Greater Cazenovia Area Chamber of Commerce will hold their annual Sidewalk Festival Sale Days from June 30 through July 4. Participating village stores will be open from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Library to celebrate 125th birthday By Alyssa Tassone
Assistant Director, Cazenovia Public Library This year, the Cazenovia Public Library will turn 125 years old. To celebrate, children ages 5 to 8 are invited to a special birthday party from 1 to 3 p.m. on Monday April 18 in the libraryâ€™s Community Room. Come and join in making birthday cards for the library, all of which will be put on display for all to enjoy. Snacks including cupcakes and lemonade will be available to party-goers. Make a 19th century craft called a thaumatrope, which was popular during Victorian times. A thaumatrope is a disk with a picture on each side, attached with a piece of string. When the string is twirled, the pictures combine to a single image. Join the library for a fun filled afternoon with these and other activities. All events are free and open to the public. For more information on the program call 655-9322, or visit cazenoviapubliclibrary.org.
Thaumatropes were popular optical toys during Victorian times. By illustrating two sides of an object and spinning it rapidly, the two images combine to form an animation. The Cazenovia Public Library will instruct children how to create one during their birthday celebration on April 18.
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Warm weather warnings Now that we’re officially into spring, it is also time to re-assess our surroundings. Children are out in force, playing in their yards, walking or riding their bikes along the road and, basically, revelling in the fine weather. Make sure to take care when driving, especially near schools and parks. It only takes one moment of inattention to cause a tragedy. Also, cast your eyes upward as you walk around your yard. Are there any branches that have broken and are dangling? This can pose a hazard to yourself and your family. Then look down to see what shape your driveway, sidewalks and front walkway are in. Did they survive the winter snow? Or are there cracks and holes in their surface? Fixing them now can help avert a dangerous situation. This is a good time to get your lawn mower sharpened and tuned up. If your mower quits, do not reach into the blade, as many catastrophes have resulted from a stuck blade coming loose. When using a riding mower, keep cognizant of your surroundings. Listening to music while mowing can pose a distraction from those around you. While it’s important to mind these warnings, it is also important to get outside and enjoy the allto-brief wonders of spring - catch a baseball game, walk around Cazenovie Lake, visit Stone Quarry Hill Art Park or get some weeding done. The fresh air will do you good!
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Letters PTA thanks area businesses for ‘game night’ support
To the editor: On March 11 the Burton Street PTA hosted over 125 Cazenovia residents for game night. Caz Pizza was a mouthwatering treat to start the evening, as students bought raffle tickets in hopes of winning it big. Gleeful squeals of “Bingo!” could be heard from excited kids and parents alike. Thanks to the generosity of our local merchants and teachers, numerous prizes were awarded to participants. It is our hope to continue this fun-¿lled tradition again next year. A big PTA thank-you goes out to the following local contributors that donated awesome prizes for the event: Cazenovia Abroad, Caz Pizza, Caz Sports Bowl, J.P. Mulligan, Napa Auto Parts, Empire Tractor, Walmart, Les Pates et Le Nouilles, Buyea’s, Cazenovia Jewelry, John Deere, Dunkin Donuts, Subway, The Karate Place, B104.7 Radio, Casa Del Sol, McDonald’s, Kinney Drugs, Angel’s Deli, M&T Bank, Alliance Bank, Tops, Herb Phillipson’s, Oneida Savings Bank, Flowers on
Main Street, Caz Fitness, Lillie Bean, The Show Trunk, Isabella’s, The Brewster Inn, Brae Lock, Julie Kielbasinski, 3rd Grade Team, Mary Damon, Kathy Elliott, Nancy Saya, Nettie Goeler, Laura Reff, Cindy Hirt, Cynthia Carnahan, Lincklean House, Golden Pheasant, Circa, Nail Touch and Matthew’s Salon. AMANDA DENTON CAZENOVIA
RSVP thanks their volunteers for continued service
To the editor: The 37th National Volunteer Week kicked off on April 10 this year with the theme “Celebrating People in Action.” This special week has become an annual spotlight on those who generously donate their time, energy, and skills to helping local communities. The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of Madison County would like to acknowledge our over 650 active volunteers who work tirelessly to deep the engine of our county humming smoothly. Volunteers staff and support critical services and organizations like libraries, museums, hospitals, blood banks and ambu-
lance corps to name just a few. Madison County food pantries and thrift stores are staffed by volunteers, along with the ever-growing adult literacy program, Madison County READS Ahead. RSVP Volunteers have recently adopted a platoon of troops from Ft. Drum deployed to Afghanistan in March. RSVP volunteers truly are “people in action” who provide vital services such as the Long Term Care Ombudsman Program which advocates for residents in nursing homes and other long term care facilities. Our active core of ‘Bone Builder’ exercise program leaders meet weekly throughout the county to lead group exercises for people over age 50 to help prevent osteoporosis. The Income Tax Preparation volunteers are just wrapping up the current tax season. The help over 400 local citizens over age 60 with free tax services. All in all our volunteers are active, concerned individuals who truly are the back bone of this wonderful area. If you see a volunteer this week, please be sure to say “thanks!” MARY BARTLETT DIRECTOR, RSVP OF MADISON COUNTY
Nebraska Weddings, Box Car Willie heirloom tomatoes Gardening is full of surprising links to history. Take Nebraska, unusual as the only state in the union with a single house or unicameral legislature. Or that Nebraska has more miles of river than any other state. And while Nebraska evokes images of corn it also has given us indirectly two very great heirloom tomatoes (Solanum lycopersicum). Good old Midwestern neighborliness ties in with heirloom tomatoes, whose seeds have been handed down through generations and often shared with their neighbors and communities. Mrs. Beiswenger of Crookston, Minnesota received some tomato seeds from Mrs. Englert of Sandpoint, Idaho in 1980, who said Nebraskan brides were given seeds of this tomato as a wedding gift and so were called Nebraska Wedding tomatoes. The original seeds probably came with the pioneers covered wagons in the late 1800s. The Nebraska Wedding tomato is a dazzling 4 inch round beefsteak tomato with apricot-orange skin and flesh, often weighing up to a pound. Best of all, the tomatoes are free of cracks and blemishes. Slices of Nebraska Wedding tomato with its outstanding low acid sweet taste make colorful additions to sandwiches and salads. Because Nebraska wedding is open pollinated
In the garden
non-hybrid you can save the seeds and keep tradition alive by giving seeds to bride and groom on their wedding day. Another tomato with a Nebraska connection is Box Car Willie tomato (Lycopersicon lycopersicum). Lecil Travis Martin was an American country music singer, who sang in the hobo music style, complete with dirty face, overalls, and a floppy hat. Once while at a rail crossing in Lincoln, Nebraska, Martin saw a man riding in an open box car who reminded him of his friend, Willie Wilson. Martin sat down and wrote a song entitled “Boxcar Willie,” which became so
linked to Martin that he was soon going by the nickname “Boxcar Willie.” The Box Car Willie tomato named in his honor bears huge 10 to 16-ounce red fruits with traces of deep orange undertones. Box Car Willie is known for its old fashioned well balanced taste that combines sweetness with just enough acidity to it a true tomato flavor. Box Car Willie is a vigorous, up to eight-foot tall tomato. The tall, disease resistant indeterminate tomato plants produce right up until hard frost. Many heirloom tomatoes are available from Seed Savers Exchange (online at seedsavers.org and over the phone at 563-382-5990) or Totally Tomatoes (online at totallytomatoes.com and by mail at 334 W Stroud Street, Randolph, WI 53956). Heirloom tomatoes do best in full sun, with a soil pH 5.5 to 7.0. You can start the seeds indoors a few
A selection of different heirloom tomatoes. Nebraska Wedding and Box Car Willie tomatoes are two of the heartiest and most popular varieties.
weeks before setting out in the garden, after the last frost. Before setting indoor grown plants into the garden, gradually harden them off. Do this by taking the plants outdoors for a few hours every day. Tomatoes like a rich soil so work in lots of compost. Plant tomatoes deeply so additional roots can grow from the buried stems. Though Nebraska Wedding plants are often short, whereas Box Car Willie plants can be as tall as sunflowers, both varieties benefit from staking or growing in tomato cages for support. Once you’ve feasted on your heirloom tomatoes you may want to save and share the seeds. Scoop out the seeds into a cup and add enough water to completely cover the seeds. Place the cup and seeds in a warm place such as the top of the refrigerator. Let the seed and water mix ferment for about three days. This fermentation destroys many seed born diseases. Rinse the seeds completely in a fine sieve and dry them in a single layer on waxed paper. Stir the seeds every day so that they dry completely. After a week your tomato seeds will be ready to store in a paper envelope. Share your Box Car Willie or Nebraska Wedding tomato seeds with family, friends or wrapped into a wedding gift that keeps on giving.
Crookston to play Odeon By Mona Dunn
Publicist, Nelson Odeon Singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Joe Crookston will be the next act to grace the Nelson Odeonâ€™s stage, at 8 p.m. on April 15. Tickets will be available at the door for $12. For advanced sales, tickets can be ordered online at nelsonodeon.com. Joe Crookston sings songs about ruby red dresses, drunk roosters, ex-slaves, window washers, Polish Immigrants, rutabagas, and the cycles of life and death. He sings about the thread that runs through us all. He is artful, intense, and often transcendent, imaginative and extremely engaging. Joe delivers it all: the music, the lyrics, the energy, and the passion for
Joe Crookston exceptionally well-written songs. He loves his audience, and it shows. His second album â€œAble Baker Charlie & Dogâ€? was awarded â€œAlbum of the Yearâ€? by the International Folk Alliance in Memphis, TN He was as a finalist in the Mountain Stage New Song Contest, and received a year-long songwriting grant from the Rockefeller Foundation to travel throughout New York State,
interview local residents and write songs based on his experiences. Itâ€™s been a good couple years, and there is no stopping. Tickets can be purchased online at nelsonodeon. tix.com or at Freedom of Espresso in Syracuse and Fayetteville. The Nelson Odeon is community-minded venue that offers excellent viewing and sound quality in an intimate setting for a wide variety of performing artists. Nestled in the rolling hills of east central New York, just three miles east of the scenic town of Cazenovia, the Odeon is a convenient driving distance from most of upstate. For more information, call 655-9193, email info@ nelsonodeon.com or visit nelsonodeon.com.
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facilities. From page 1 The equestrian influence in Cazenovia include two outdoor riding rings, an in- stretches far beyond the comprehensive door arena, turnout paddocks, classrooms college courses and into the retail industry. and 70 stalls populated by Thoroughbreds, An equine-centered tack store, â€œThe Show Warmbloods, Appaloosas, Paints, Quarter Trunkâ€? was opened at 57 Albany St. in 2009. Horses and Miniatures. Originally located in Manlius, The business â€œThe resources here are tremendous,â€? was moved to Cazenovia after two years of said Karin D. Bump Ph.D., operation. Professor of Equine BusiOwner Melissa Davis said she had alness Management at Caways wished to have the store positioned in zenovia College. â€œThe enthe village, and jumped at the opportunity vironment here is so good when an Albany Street storefront was made for the horses, itâ€™s calm, itâ€™s available. relaxed, itâ€™s green, thereâ€™s no â€œWeâ€™re right on Equine Alley, in between pollution and the water two colleges. All of the different stables that quality is excellent. There Karin D. Bump are around have kind of positioned Cazeis also a wealth of information in this area; novia as a hub.â€? Davis said. â€œWe get a lot weâ€™re lucky to have a network of very tal- of business from the college students and ented and knowledgeable professionals.â€? community members; weâ€™ve seen everyBump, whose daughter will graduate body from show competitors to everyday from Cazenovia College this year, has been trail-riders come through.â€? a professor at the school for 25 years. When Being located in the countryside with she first arrived at the institution, she was such close proximity to the city has been the only full-time professor for the Eques- advantageous for Davis during her past trian Program. four years of business; she will soon open Since then, the collegeâ€™s equine cur- a second store in Dryden. riculum has grown from a two-year For more information on The Show program to a four-year degree. Four full- Trunk, visit their website at theshowtrunk. time professors now comprise the Equine com, email firstname.lastname@example.org, orBusiness Management department and call 815-4045. program enrollment has been capped at To learn more about the educational 100, as the coursesâ€™ popularity also steadily opportunities and equine programs at Caincreased. The Cazenovia College Equine zenovia College, access the schoolâ€™s website Education Center underwent state-of-the- at cazenovia.edu. Karin Bump will be preart improvements and is regarded as one senting a lecture â€œReal Horse Power!â€? on of the most modern and well-equipped April 19 at the Cazenovia Public Library.
Stone Quarry Hill Art Park celebrates 20 years Accepting New Clients Events include a retrospective of Riester, anniversary gala By Rachel Copland
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Above: Dorothy Riester has donated her time and art to Stone Quarry Hill Art Park since its inception. The park will celebrate the past 20 years with a gala on May 7. â€œThe Dorothy Riester Retrospective Exhibitionâ€? will be displayed in the gallery from May 1 to 27. Top Right: One of Riesterâ€™s works from the 1980s entitled â€œSong.â€? Bottom Right: A local art enthusiast examines the intricacies of Riesterâ€™s piece from 1967, â€œYoung Lincoln.â€? using industrial welding equipment to construct a dramatic image of Abraham Lincoln 9 feet tall. She also has a whimsical side, creating ceramic pots in unusual shapes which she fills with sprigs of dried weeds and joyfully presents to friends. Dorothyâ€™s ceramics, as well as her wood and metal sculptures, have been showcased at many prominent venues. She also has been commissioned for a variety of public and private works throughout New York State and beyond. All the while, she is still creating sculptures in her studio at the Art Park. The celebrations continue with the Art Parkâ€™s 20th Anniversary Gala, from 5 to 9 p.m. on Saturday May 7. This exclusive social event will include a silent auction, live music, dancing and a wide array of hors dâ€™oeuvres
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Spring Ladies Night Out to be held in early May The second annual Spring Ladiesâ€™ Night Out is scheduled for Thursday May 5 in downtown Cazenovia. Celebrate the spring season as stores stay open until 8:30 p.m. This yearâ€™s featured guest will be Nelson Farms. The store located in Nelson, will provide tastings of their lo-
cally produced products throughout the village. Purchases can be made that evening at the Lincklaen House. At 8:30, ladies may gather for complimentary hors dâ€™oeuvres and cash bar at the Lincklaen with door prizes donated by local merchants. Wear the most outrageous hat of the evening and win a $100 CazBucks certificate.
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Stone Quarry Hill Art Park recently announced three exciting events to honor its founder, Dorothy Riester, for her lifetime of achievements and contributions to Central New Yorkâ€™s art world. Ms. Riester, 94, an internationally-recognized sculptor, and her late husband Robert, a Carrier Corporation executive, donated to the Central New York community, 104 acres of land that today is the Stone Quarry Hill Art Park. The artist and her husband celebrated the beauty of their hilltop landscape with concerts and art â€œhappenings,â€? creating a legacy now shared by the public. Festivities begin with â€œThe Dorothy Riester Retrospective Exhibition.â€? As part of this exhibition, a sculpture lecture will be given by artist and sculptor, Daniel Buckingham, at the Hilltop House Library from 1:30 to 3 p.m. on Sunday May 1. The cost is $10 for members and $15 for nonmembers. The opening reception for the Riester retrospective exhibition will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Art Parkâ€™s John and Virginia Winner Memorial Gallery; it is free and open to the public. The gallery will be open May 1-27, noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Dorothy Riester works boldly in many mediums and is recognized as a pioneer among women artists. The long-time Cazenovia resident once spent months perched on a ladder
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Caz College stream cleanup to sweep creek Cazenovia College’s Environmental Club members will hold their annual stream cleanup on the banks of Chittenango Creek from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, April 16. Community members are welcome to join the student group, which will meet in the parking lot of Buyea’s Hardware Store at 10 a.m.
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The Cazenovia boys varsity hockey team, who recently won the Division II State Championship against Williamsville East, were honored Friday April 1 by the Syracuse Crunch for their remarkable accomplishments this season. The team was able to close out their season undefeated, with a record of 25-0. The championship game was won on March 13 at the Utica Memorial Auditorium. Members of the winning team include: Jeff Stowell, David Marshall, Sam Lewis, Mason Powell, Sean Cannizzaro, Joey Vecchiarelli, AJ Davis, Mario Benedetti, Connor Cannizzaro, Todd Christensen, Benjamin Langey, Joe Nardella, Joe Colligan, John Greacen, Connor Race, Lucas Catania, Alan Baldwin, Kyle Murray and Brian Gara. Caz Limo kindly provided transportation for the team in one of their limo busses.
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Two Cazenovia College Human Service professors, Mary Handley and Heather Kipping-Regitano, recently received Human Services-Board Certified Practitioner certification by the Center for Credentialing and Education. This certification is awarded to individuals who provide human services to a variety of population groups, and whose educational backgrounds range from technical certificates to graduate degrees. The HS-BCP certification gains professional recognition, while strengthening the growing profession of human services by establishing standards for education, experience and ethical behavior. “The HS-BCP certification is an important step in recognizing the profession of Human Services and as such, supporting the mission of Cazenovia College in retaining qualified faculty for the Human Services Program,” Associate Professor of Human Services Heather Kipping-Regitano said. “It’s exciting to be a part of a national movement that is committed to improving the lives of others.” “It is important for students to understand that we are all lifelong learners and that professional development continues as long as you work in the field. This credential
Heather Kipping-Regitano and Mary Handley is an example of continuing one’s education,” said Professor Mary Handley, Director of the Human Services Program. Cazenovia College offers four different courses of study for students in the Human Services Program: Alcohol and Substance Abuse, Counseling and Mental Health, Generalist, and Social Services for Children and Youth. Each specialization includes extensive work in counseling courses as well as courses in psycho logy and other liberal arts areas. The CCE is a corporate affiliation of the National Board for Certified Counselors, a leader in professional credentialing.
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This year, the Cazenovia High School Senior Ball will be held on June 3 at the Bellevue Country Club. Hoping to keep students safe and sober, the PTSA is hosting an “After the Ball” party at the nearby YMCA in the Fayetteville Towne Center.
A committee of parents from the Cazenovia Parent Teacher Student Association is currently planning a drug and alcohol free “After the Ball” party. This year’s Senior Ball will take place on June 3 at Bellevue Country Club. The “After the Ball” party will be held immediately following the Ball at the YMCA in the Fayetteville Towne Center. All members of the senior class are invited to this party, regardless of whether they attend the Ball or not. The committee’s goal is to provide the Senior Class with a fun-filled evening of entertainment, food and prizes in a chaperoned, drug and alcohol free environment, on what is otherwise a traditionally high-risk night. These parties have been very successful in past years due to the generosity of parents, local businesses, and
the support of the high school PTSA. Donations are needed as soon as possible to make this event a reality. Checks should be made payable to Cazenovia High School PTSA/After Ball and mailed to Bindy Dain, 57 Chenango St., in Cazenovia. If you would like to donate merchandise or gift cards for the party, please contact Rosie Ryan at 655-4959. Anyone interested in working on the “After the Ball” party or chaperoning, can contact Bindy Dain at 263-7815. The “After the Ball” party committee would like to thank all the parents and community members who graciously supported the “After the Prom” party last year. It was a huge success. Both students and committee members are hoping for another wonderful party this year, but can’t do it once again without the support of the community. It is never too late to donate.
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Cazenovia Chat Eggstravaganza at Cazenovia Jewelry is in full swing. Benefits the Cazenovia Childrenâ€™s House.
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The Cazenovia Watercolor Society will host a workshop in the Meeting House of the Presbyterian Church [enter via Sullivan St], at 7 p.m. on April 19. Visitors are welcome. Bring one piece of art for a professional critique.
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The Erieville Fire Department is having an Oyster and Ham Supper, at 5 p.m. on Saturday April 16, at the firehouse. Wanderers Rest is having a fund raiser silent auction, food, and fun, to help our furry friends. from 7 to 9:30 p.m. on April 29. Access wanderersrest. org or check their ad online cazenoviarepublican.com. PIERCE SMITH
Erin Meharg take a moment out of her busy grand-opening day to pose in front of the wall of pre-made necklaces and bracelets that are available for sale at her store, Dragonfly Beads. like to attract,â€? she said. â€œPeople have been walking by, looking in the window and giving me a thumbs-up. Iâ€™ve felt welcomed and really encouraged since moving in.â€? While the store offers a wide array of charms from countries and cultures across the globe, the signature medium that Mehargâ€™s passion lies with is â€œPrecious Metal Clay.â€? Pure silver or gold, an organic
binder and water combine to form a malleable material with the consistency of clay. Developed in 1990 by Maski Morikawa in Japan, the material was quickly adopted by the craft world and has grown to include such metals as bronze, copper, platinum and steel. â€œYou can achieve these really complex See Dragonfly, page 10
Cazenovia Garden Club Caz resident named to home aid Board of Directors in eldercare services since By Emily Dillon to hold plant sale Public Relations Assistant, Home Aides 1966. The 2011 Cazenovia Garden Club will host their Annual Plant Sale on from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on May 19 in Albany Streetâ€™s Cannon Park. Rain or Shine. There will be potted perennials, provided by and tenderly cared for, by our members along with annuals, herbs and hanging baskets. All items are local to our area. Come early for the best selection of plants for your gardens.
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Since Chat started six months ago, we have had two birth announcements. Please send your announcements into Chat. At 7 p.m. on April 19 at the Cazenovia Public Library, in collaboration with Cazenovia College, Great Minds series continues with Dr. Karen Bumpâ€™s lecture â€œReal Horse Power.â€? Cazenovia area Artists work on display at the â€œA Sense of Placeâ€? exhibit until May 21, at the Manlius Library Gallery, sponsored by Associated Artists. Delish! If you are bored with chicken or egg salad and mayonnaise, add a little bit of curry to the mayonnaise for flavor. Lots of curry is hot, but a little curry is tasty. Also add seedless grapes, if you are planning to stuff a tomato with the salad mixture, rather than making a sandwich. Cazenovia Chat is compiled by Jeanette Michael, sales representative for Eagle Newspapers. Would you like to be included? E-mail one or two sentences with â€œChatâ€? in the subject title to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Another vacant storefront on Cazenoviaâ€™s Albany Street has found a new inhabitant. Friday April 1 marked the grand-opening for Dragonfly Beads, a haven for all crafters and do-it-yourself jewelers seeking a large selection of beads and commemorative charms. Owner and Cazenovia High School alumnus, Erin Meharg first started the business in Manlius, where she enjoyed two successful years before deciding to move the store to 53 Albany St. in Cazenovia, the former space of the Chameleon Gallery. With the recent closing of the art gallery, many were happy to see a new business quickly occupy the storefront. Equally as happy to now have her shop located in the same town in which she resides, Meharg is anxious to bring her distinct merchandise to Cazenovia consumers. â€œYouâ€™re the expert on what you like. Anyone who is interested in uniquely creative one-of-a-kind jewelry that canâ€™t be bought at the mall, are the customers Iâ€™d
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Caz softball goes 1-1, gets Caz baseball beaten by Westhill, 7-2 big win over Westhill By Phil Blackwell
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email@example.com Some of the massive winter snows had not melted, and cold temperatures were still the norm. Still, it was time for the area high school softball season to get underway. And it started in exciting fashion as Cazenovia and Oneida, two standout teams from 2010, battled through eight innings last Wednesday afternoon before the Indians edged past the Lakers 2-1. Defending both the Tri-Valley League and Section III Class A titles, Oneida, 195 a season ago, knew that Cazenovia, who returns every starter from an 18-4 side that reached the sectional Class B final before falling to South Jefferson, would provide a severe opening challenge. Not only that, but the two pitchers â€“ Oneidaâ€™s Maria Rocco and Cazenoviaâ€™s Nicole Chiarello â€“ had a little more room to spin their magic, as the pitcherâ€™s circle was moved three feet back. Itâ€™s now a 33foot toss from the circle to home plate, as opposed to 30 feet in previous years. Combine the new distance with the chilly conditions, and it was little surprise that, for seven innings, Rocco and Chiarello controlled the contest, neither allowing a run. The defenses were sharp, too, both sides throwing out possible go-ahead runs at home during regulation. In the top of the eighth, the Lakers broke the 0-0 deadlock. Abby Eschen singled, her second hit of the game, and then Belle Hoagland doubled Eschen home before Rocco, with her 10th strikeout of the game, escaped further trouble.
Now needing a run, the Indians did better in the bottom of the eighth. Jamie Delgenio led off with a single, and an error on Roccoâ€™s sacrifice bunt allowed two runners to be in scoring position. When Jenna Didio singled and the ball was juggled in the outfield, Delgenio and Rocco both scored to win it. All this negated a fine effort from Chiarello, who earned 11 strikeouts against one walk and seven hits allowed, two of them to Erika Williams. Of course, the Lakers rebounded Friday, perhaps becoming the favorites in the OHSL Liberty division when it went to Westhill and earned a 5-3 victory over the Warriors. In the pitching showdown between Chiarello and Westhill ace Toni Secreti, Chiarello blanked the Warriors until the sixth innings, earning a complete-game victory that included 10 strikeouts without a walk. Cazenovia got to Secreti for two-run rallies in the third and fifth innings to take a 4-0 lead and tacked on a run in the seventh after Westhill closed it to 4-2. Taylor Malmsheimer led the attack with three of her teamâ€™s hits, including a double, and two RBIs. Korena Fenton had two hits and three runs scored. Emily Mastropaolo doubled and drove in a run, with Belle Hoagland adding an RBI. Kara Stalder also scored a run. Oneida won again on Friday, taking out Chittenango 12-3 as it landed at least two runs in each of the first five innings on its way to 13 hits.
The good part for Cazenoviaâ€™s baseball team was that, after waiting for the snow and rain to clear out, its season began last Friday afternoon. But the bad part came at the same time â€“ the Lakers were facing two-time defending state Class B champion Westhill, who began its quest for a three-peat by beating Cazenovia 7-2. Tyler Slocum got the starting assignment for the Lakers, and managed to prevent the big Westhill rally through his five-inning stint. However, the Warriors did strike for two runs in both the first
and third inning and got three more runs in the fifth. Meanwhile, Cazenovia could not get anything off Westhill aces Alex Godzak and Kevin McAvoy, combining to strike out 10 times against them. Finally, in the seventh innings the Lakers crossed the plate twice as Ben Langey and Ben Davis both doubled and scored. All told, the Lakers had just four hits, and McAvoy, who struck out five in his two-inning stint, starred at the plate, too, with three hits, including a double, and four RBIs as teammate Nick Vitagliano struck a solo home run.
Cazenovia girls lacrosse edged by Marcellus By Phil Blackwell Often itâ€™s said that, starting out a season, performance improves the most from the first game to the second. The Cazenovia girls lacrosse team put a small twist on that theory, seeing a considerable increase in its level of play after it got hammered by Skaneateles 19-5 in its April 2 opener. From there, the Lakers met another Class C powerhouse, Christian Brothers Academy, last Tuesday night at Alibrandi Stadium, getting much closer, but still losing to the Brothers 18-9. Though it had solid production in each half, Cazenovia could not match CBAâ€™s pace as Taylor Gait
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and Marisa Romeo led the Brothers with four goals apiece, while Caroline Webster and Sophie Racciatti each had three goals. Gabby Jaquith led both sides, scoring five times before the night was done. Kaitlyn Button and Hillary Bullock had two-goal outings, with Bullock adding two assists and Button joining Colleen Dougherty with single assists. From there, the Lakers made yet another daunting road trip Thursday night, to Marcellus, and improved even more, nearly coming out on top before taking a tough 10-9 defeat to the Mustangs. Slowing down the tempo in the first half, Cazenovia won draws and used long possessions to test Marcellusâ€™ patience. It worked, for a while, as the Lakers went
to the break nursing a 3-2 lead. And even as the pace quickened in the second half, Cazenovia hung in there with a chance until the gameâ€™s final moments thanks to a stellar defense and eight saves from goalie Lauren Devine. It took Florida-bound senior Nora Barryâ€™s five goals to help the Mustangs survive. The attack was deeper and more balanced, too, as Rebecca Wheeler joined Bullock and Button, each of them scoring twice and getting one assist. Jaquith, the focus of most of the Mustangsâ€™ defensive attention, still managed a goal and three assists as Dougherty and Mary Kate Conley landed goals, too. Kristina Kleine added an assist. Cazenovia still would not get much of a break from the schedule, though, as on Monday a rematch with Skaneateles loomed at the Fenner Street complex for the teamâ€™s home opener.
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pieces with less effort and fewer tools than you would need when working with sheet metal,” Meharg said. “This is all so new; they’re still coming out with new formulations. It’s really exciting to be on the ground floor of this movement.” Meharg’s work with the medium has gained not only the attention of area shoppers, but international recognition as well. She has won design contests in two publications: Metal Clay Artist Magazine and Metal Clay Today. In addition to placing alongside fine jewelry-makers in Europe, Meharg’s pieces have been featured in juried shows at metal clay conventions. To get a first-hand look at precious metal clay and browse some of Meharg’s latest creations, visit the Dragonfly Beads’ location on Albany Street. The store is open 10:30 am to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays. Meharg hosts a number of jewelry-making classes, all of which are detailed on the business’s website, dragonflybead.com. Her work with commemorative jewelry pieces can be viewed at commemorativejewelry.com. To contact Meharg, call Dragonfly Beads at 655-1050, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Cazenovia boys lacrosse edged by Skaneateles By Phil Blackwell
email@example.com No doubt, the Cazenovia boys lacrosse team is closer to the top of the Section III Class C ranks than the bottom. Still, more work remains if the Lakers are to get all the way to the summit – as shown Friday night when it battled hard against defending Class C champion Skaneateles, yet still took a 10-8 defeat. Having dominated each of its four opponents so far, Cazenovia knew that Skaneateles, who had blasted past CBA 2310 in its opener, would offer a far sterner test. Still, in the early stages Cazenovia got the pace it wanted in this battle of Laker teams. Both sides were sprinting up and down the field, looking for shots as soon as there was an opening. This led to a 3-3 draw through the end of the opening period, and after Skaneateles seized a 6-3 edge early in the second quarter, Cazenovia closed within 6-5 midway through the period. When Sean Cannizzaro and John Greacen converted early in the third quarter, Cazenovia had a 7-6 lead, and its defense was doing a superb job, holding Skaneateles off the board for more than 16 minutes of game time. Despite this, though, and despite holding the ball for much of the second half, Cazenovia could not stay in front. Skaneateles was back in an 8-7 lead by the start of the fourth quarter, and got two goals from star senior Kevin Rice early in that frame – the
second after Mason Powell had closed the gap to one with 10:04 left. Through those closing minutes, Cazenovia put on a relentless attack, yet constantly threw shots wide or high. And when the shots did go on target, Skaneateles sophomore goalie Ryan Higman got a stick on them, finishing with 14 saves. Powell and Greacen were the only Cazenovia players to score twice. Sam Lewis, Matt Donovan and Brad Nardella joined Cannizzaro in the one-goal column. Ben Romagnoli made eight saves. All the Skaneateles goals came from three players as Paul O’Donnell found the net three times, with Rice (three goals, three assists) and Mike Richards (three goals, two assists) handling the rest. Four nights earlier at Chittenango High School’s turf, the Lakers encountered long-time power LaFayette and earned its most one-sided win over the Lancers in the program’s history, prevailing by a 16-6 margin. A minute into the game, LaFayette scored first, Orris Edwards converting off a feed from Lyle Thompson. That would be the Lancers’ only lead of the night - and it lasted just 17 seconds as Joe Nardella countered with a tying goal. Then Nardella and Sean Cannizzaro scored less than a minute apart, making it 3-1, and after an exchange of goals Cannizzaro returned to get his third goal just 3.5 seconds before the first quarter ended. Cazenovia’s defense tightened, the back line of Doyle Judge, Clayton Goris and See Caz Lacrosse, page 16
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Allie Vanetti, left, and her best friend, Helen Purcell take a moment to smile for the camera during the Dollar Day Carnival on March 26 at Highland Forest. Over $5,100 was raised during the event, which was put on to help offset medical costs for a local Cazenovia family, the Purcells. For anyone who missed the carnival, but would like to make a donation, checks payable to Treva Purcell are accepted at P.O Box 82, Cazenovia, 13035.
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Grace Bible Church House “Teaching Timeless Truths that Transform”
10:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. – Integrated Family Worship 11:45 a.m. - 12:30p.m. - Casual lunch 12:30 p.m. - Graded Bible Study Nursery care available
Celebrating the bodily resurrection of the world’s Redeemer
Sincerely, Pastor Mark L. Graham Doctor of Ministry
Grace Bible Church House 5034 Temperance Hill Road Cazenovia, New York 13035 Phone ~ (315) 815-5019
xperience the Grace Bible Church House ministry at Temperance Hill in Cazenovia. Enjoy the careful and accurate verse-by-verse study of God’s Word. Established in 1956, Grace Bible is an independent, fundamental, New Testament fellowship in the tradition of the Reformation. As pastor of the church, let me express a warm welcome awaiting everyone as we celebrate fifty-five years of Gospel labor. Formerly of East Syracuse, the Grace Bible Church has moved a short drive from the communities of Fayetteville, Manlius, and Cazenovia. We are a caring assembly featuring a faithful, and lively rendering of Scripture out of the original languages. Integrated family worship, graded Bible Study, and biblical counseling training in a relational environment characterizes our fellowship. We are committed to the Bible in our message, manner and method, while affecting society at the grass roots of the human heart with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. If you’re looking for a 21st century church teaching timeless truth in a reformed atmosphere, visit us soon or look us up on the web today at www.gracebiblechurch.us.com. Let us know how we can serve you for Jesus sake. In His Name and on behalf of the Grace Bible Church.
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invites you Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday Worship Palm Sunday services are on April 17 at 8:00AM and 10:00AM. Receive a palm branch and enjoy our hospitality hour at 11:00AM. At the Festival of Easter on Sunday, April 24, enjoy organ and choir music at 8:00AM, or a full choral and instrumental service at 10:00AM. All are welcome to a free Easter Brunch at 9:00AM in the Parish Hall. Join the great song - Christ has died, Christ is risen, Christ will come again! For additional information, contact St. Peterâ€™s Church at 655-9063.
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Maundy Thursday, Tenebrae service of darkness to be held in Caz Church #Z4IBSZF4LJOOFS At 7:30 p.m. on Maundy Thursday April 21, the First Presbyterian Church of Cazenovia will hold a Service of Tenebrae. The service will be centered on a choral and narrative piece titled â€œLight In the Darknessâ€? by Patrick Liebergen. This work offers a unique blend of classical Georgian Chants, classical hymns such as â€œBeautiful Savior.â€? â€œWhat Wondrous Love is This,â€? and â€œWhen I Survey the Wondrous Cross.â€? Mary Coburn will be accompanying the choral works on her violin. The dramatic narrative readings are drawn from biblical passion accounts and the Psalms. There will be a celebration of the Lordâ€™s Supper.
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Wheeler said. â€œMoney spent in Onondaga County does nothing for us.â€? Wheeler went on to introduce an idea to annex portions of Fenner Road and Route 20 into village domain. By augmenting the villageâ€™s jurisdiction to just beyond the Googin Sports Complex, the possibilities for expansion and number of tax-paying residents would increase. Of course, this concept is still in the formative stages; in the coming months trustees will discuss the idea with the property owners to get a feel for their general attitudes. Copies of the official Village of Cazenovia 2011-12 Budget are available at the village office, in the Municipal Building at 90 Albany St. Regularly scheduled Village of Cazenovia Board meetings take place the first Monday of each month. The next village board meeting is scheduled to take place at 7 p.m. on May 2 in the Municipal Building.
from it. The service ends in silence with the relighting of the Christ candle. The purpose of the service is to recreate the betrayal, abandonment, and agony of the events leading to Christâ€™s death and it is left unfinished, because the story isnâ€™t over until Easter Day. A fully supervised nursery will be available for the Tenebrae Service. For additional information about the Tenebrae Service or other Easter Season celebrations, contact the First Presbyterian Church of Cazenovia at 655-3191 or visit our website at cazpres.org. Sharye Skinner is a publicist for the First Presbyterian Church pf Cazenovia.
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The cross behind the pulpit will be draped in black and the sanctuary will be lit by candles that are extinguished after each of the readings. The Service of Tenebrae follows a tradition of the church dating back to the eighth century. The word â€œTenebraeâ€? is Latin for shadows or darkness. The service commemorates the final hours of our Lordâ€™s life on earth, as he suffered death upon the cross. Two large candelabras will light the sanctuary at the beginning of the service. Candles will be extinguished as the service evolves, symbolizing the fading loyalty of the disciples and friends of Jesus. The gradual darkening of the church sanctuary portrays the diminishing light of the world as Christ was departing
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Caz Lacrosse Noah Shephard keeping LaFayette off the board the entire second period as the Lakers put up six unanswered goals in that frame to make it 11-2 at the break. The margin got as large as 16-3 in the fourth quarter before the starters went to the sidelines. During the onslaught, Sean Cannizzaro worked his total to seven goals as his brother, Connor, tallied three goals and three assists. Nardella added four goals. Powell found the net twice and added an assist. One more tune-up remained â€“ Wednesdayâ€™s home opener against Jor-
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and desserts. The silent auction will include works by several well-known regional artists including Dorothy Riester, as well as items donated by area businesses. Tickets are $75 for Art Park members and $90 for nonmembers. To reserve tickets, call the Art Park office at 655-3196. The Art Park provides the public with 5 miles of hiking trails, and stunning views and vistas. Since 1991, 92 artists from 8 countries and 18 states have participated in the Artist-in-Residence program, creating
three-goal hat tricks. Powell and Connor Cannizzaro each had two goals and one assist. Matt Donovan backed up his single tally with three assists as Alan Baldwin and Lucas Catania also converted. So in four win, Cazenovia had rung up 82 goals, an average of better than 20 per game â€“ something the Skaneateles defense would find a way to contain. The loss left the Lakers at 4-1 as, for the rest of April, it would not have to travel, playing six straight home games at Fenner â€“ three of them this week against Westhill, CBA and Marcellus.
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dan-Elbridge, where the Lakers again started with a big offensive charge and pounded the Eagles 19-5. All through the first quarter, Cazenovia possessed the ball, meticulously working its way to seven unanswered goals. Not letting up, the Lakersâ€™ margin grew to 11-2 by halftime and 17-4 by the time the third quarter was done and the reserves could take over. Not only were the Lakers potent, they were well-balanced, too. Sean Cannizzaro backed up his three goals with five assists as Joe Nardella, Brad Nardella and Sam Lewis also managed
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Date: May 2nd, 2011 Time: 6:45 PM Place: 90 Albany Street (next to the Cazenovia Public Library) Cazenovia, NY 13035
The public hearing will be held to discuss community development needs and priorities, and to provide residents with information about the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program. The NYS CDBG Program provides grants to communities to
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undertake housing, public facility, economic development and microenterprise activities. Approximately $40 million is available Statewide. Municipalities can apply for up to $600,000 for singlepurpose housing, public facility, and public infrastructure (water and sewer projects). Activities must benefit low and moderate income persons. Applications for noneconomic development projects must be submitted to the Office of Community Renewal on or before May 27, 2011. Economic development projects may be submitted at any time if invited by the State. Please attend the public hearing and express your ideas regarding community development needs, priorities, and possible projects. Written comments may be submitted to the Village as follows: Katherine A. Burns, Clerk 90 Albany Street Cazenovia, NY 13035 CR-15 9,//$*(2) &$=(129,$ 127,&(72%,''(56 Please take notice that the Village of Cazenovia will receive sealed bids for a new, unused, multipurpose trackless tractor, with plow, snowblower, water and sweeper attachments, for use by the Village of Cazenovia Department of Public Works. Bids shall be submitted to the Village Clerk of the Village of Cazenovia, at the Village Office, 90 Albany Street, Cazenovia, New York 13035 no later than 9:00 a.m. on April 29, 2011, at which time and place such bids shall be opened and read aloud by the Village Clerk. The Bid specifications, bid forms and instructions to bidders may be obtained at the office of the Village Clerk, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. All bids must meet or exceed the specifications. Exceptions to the specifications must be listed in detail on the bid
forms provided. Failure to list exceptions shall cause your bid to be rejected by the Village Board. All bids must be submitted on the forms provided and no other form of bid shall be acceptable. Bids must be submitted in sealed envelopes at the above address and shall bear on the face thereof â€œ BID FOR NEW MULTIPURPOSE TRACKLESS TRACTOR WITH ATTACHMENTSâ€? and the name and address of the bidder, and shall be accompanied by a certificate of non-collusive bidding properly executed as required by law. All bids shall be binding for 45 days subsequent to date of bid opening, and no bid may be withdrawn during such time. The Village Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids and to waive any informality which, in its opinion, serves the best interest of the Village of Cazenovia. April 6, 2011 Katherine Burns, Cazenovia Village Clerk 72:12)&$=(129,$ 2)),&,$/127,&( 127,&(2)38%/,& +($5,1* Zoning Board of Appeals Notice is hereby given that a public hearing before the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of Cazenovia will be held on the day of April 25, 2011 at 7:30pm, at the Town Office Building, 7 Albany Street, Cazenovia, to consider the application of Syracuse SMSA/Verizon Wireless. Property is located at 4466 Woodfield Road, Cazenovia NY, Tax Map Number 85.-120. Zoned Rural A. ZBA file #11-748. Proposed addition of microwave antennas to existing tower. All interested parties wishing to appear at said hearing may do so in person or by other representative. Communications in writing relating thereto may be filed with the Zoning Board of Appeals prior to, or at said hearing. Copies of the
application of variance are available for public inspection at the Town Offices during business hours. Chris Fischer, Chairman Zoning Board of Appeals Town of Cazenovia Dated: 4/8/2011 72:12)&$=(129,$ 2)),&,$/127,&( 127,&(2)38%/,& +($5,1* Zoning Board of Appeals Notice is hereby given that a public hearing before the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of Cazenovia will be held on the day of April 25, 2011 at 7:30pm, at the Town Office Building, 7 Albany Street, Cazenovia, to consider the application of Shayne Sunderman. Property is located at 2683 Ballina Road, Cazenovia NY, Tax Map Number 107.-1-51.1. Zoned Rural A. ZBA file #11-752. Proposed auto detailing home occupation. All interested parties wishing to appear at said hearing may do so in person or by other representative. Communications in writing relating thereto may be filed with the Zoning Board of Appeals prior to, or at said hearing. Copies of the application of variance are available for public inspection at the Town Offices during business hours. Chris Fischer, Chairman Zoning Board of Appeals Town of Cazenovia Dated: 4/8/2011 /(*$/127,&( CO-DE COMPANY, LLC, a domestic Limited Liability Company (LLC), filed with the Sec of State of NY on 1/28/04. NY Office location: Madison County. SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC served upon him/her to c/o Michael S Miller, 325 Lake Rd., Oneida, NY 13421. General Purposes. CR-19
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In history: Week of April 13 :FBST"HP April 15, 1886 - A large Herring safe has been purchased by the town board of Cazenovia and placed in Clerk J.W. Hall’s store. It is large enough to hold all the town records. The authorities are graveling the road on Burr Street east from the depot. This will doubtless be a great improvement. The railroad company are preparing to carry water to their new tank, by making a small reservoir east of Burton Street, near the new walk to the cemetery. :FBST"HP April 13, 1911 - Notice to all bicycle riders: Keep off the sidewalks within the limits of the village. The law prohibiting the riding
of bicycles on the sidewalks will be strictly enforced. By order of Board of Trustees of Village of Cazenovia. D.S. Reidy has added a handsome new line of 1911 bicycles to his already numerous lines of trade. He will also carry in stock the latest pattern 1911 corrogated tires and a full line of bicycle, motor and auto accessories for replacing and repairing of same. A number of removals were made earlier in the season. At one time there was such a call for houses that it was a problem where there were to be found. An enterprising citizen would do well to build a few inexpensive one and two-family houses in Cazenovia where the demand seems greater than the supply. A wireless apparatus is being installed
in Cazenovia, powerful enough to transmit messages to New York City and to receive from as far as Charleston, S.C. The owner is Daniel W. Gibbs II, aged 15 years old, the expert operator of the Western Union local office. For about two years, Dan, as he is generally known, has been making a study of wireless telegraphy and last fall established a temporary station at his home on Liberty street with an aerial between two trees. He tried to pick up the wireless station at Marcellus, twenty-five miles distant, and was surprised by receiving very plainly Cape Hatteras, 700 miles distant, Cape Cod, Mass., and Port Huron, Mich. :FBST"HP April 13, 1961 - The Cazenovia Police received orders to strictly enforce the parking law and the two hour posted sign ordnance,
which the Hall of Fame banner for each will be unveiled. The banners include biographical information and the names of the sponsors of the inductee. The National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum invites persons interested in participating, to contact NAHOF.
Jermain Loguen (1813 – 1872) was born into slavery in Tennessee. Loguen escaped to Canada in 1834. He attended Beriah Green’s abolition school in Whitesboro N.Y., started a school for African American children in Utica and became a licensed preacher of the American Methodist Episcopal Church serving in Syracuse, Barth, Ithaca, and Troy. The Loguen home in Syracuse aided more than 1500
Cazenovia resident and area historian, Milton C. Sernett Ph.D., developed a five-part series detailing the road to American abolition. The next installment will be presented by John R. McKivigan Ph.D. on October 22 when three historic abolitionists are inducted into the NAHOF in Peterboro. freedom seekers. Loguen was one of the primaries in rescuing William Henry, a slave runaway who was imprisoned in Syracuse. George Gavin Ritchie (1820 - 1853) was expelled from Colgate University for publishing an editorial on equal suffrage. Ritchie was the editor of the Hamilton Student, a voice of abolition and reform in Central New York. The college further thwarted his efforts to obtain a degree for the ministry in New York State.
Stines return to top N/S spot, Fuller and Bjork claim E/W #Z%BWF#VMM April 5 was a good day to stay inside at the Cazenovia Library and play duplicate bridge, because it was snowing! Will this winter ever end? Barbara and Chuck Stine returned all tan and pretty from several weeks in Florida and turned in the top score to win overall and the North/South side. Bridge instructor Jane Fuller and Carl Bjork were just behind to claim
as of Saturday April 15. Local victory store will stay open: Floyd Barbano, manager of the Cazenovia Victory Store says that his store will continue to remain open throughout the present meat cutters strike which has closed many other grocery stores. The reason is that our local meat men do not belong to the strike union and are therefore not affected. According to the Town Zoning Commissioner it is illegal for a property owner to give permission to erect signs on his property. This column is compiled by Sharon Cooney from the Cazenovia Republican archives at Lorenzo State Historic Site in Cazenovia. It is written in the style of the time. Sharon Cooney is Interpretive Programs Assistant at Lorenzo.
Faced with dire economic circumstances, Ritchie continued to work in the abolition movement. He became ill while delivering an abolition speech and died at a young age. Ritchie did not compromise his dedication to the cause of abolition. The Ritchie nomination is the first public nomination to the Hall of Fame.
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top East/West score. Jim Schiffhauer and Dick Shaw came in second for N/S, while Penny Emerick and Dave Bull edged Polly and Jack Koerner for second place in E/W. For complete results, please go to cuebid.com/cazbridge. The group meets at 1 p.m. on Tuesdays at the Cazenovia Public Library, usually in the community room. All
games are open to the public, but we ask players to come with their own partners. We are not a sanctioned American Contract Bridge League game by choice, so we don’t give ACBL master points and try to keep it a friendly game. The skill levels of our players vary considerably. Dave Bull is volunteer publicist for the Cazenovia Bridge Club.
The annual abolition event on October 22 opens with the fourth in a Lyceum series of five programs created by Milton C. Sernett Ph.D. on American Abolition. John R. McKivigan Ph.D., Indiana University, will deliver the keynote address “The Gerrit Smith-Frederick Douglass Partnership” at the NAHOF annual dinner. The National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum was launched in 2004 by the Smithfield Community Association in partnership with the Upstate Institute at Colgate University. NAHOF was provisionally chartered by the New York State Board of Regents in 2007. The National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum honors antislavery abolitionists, their work to end slavery, and the legacy of that struggle, and strives to complete the second and ongoing abolition - the moral conviction to end racism. The Hall of Fame encourages public participation at the October event, and for nominations of future inductees. Details of the event will be forthcoming at abolitionhof. com, the National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum at 5255 Pleasant Valley Road in Peterboro and 684-3262.
Police Blotter "QSJM Alec Cross, 19, of Cazenovia, was charged with thirddegree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, and speeding. Sarah Henderson, 20, of Rochester, was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, and operating a motor vehicle while using a mobile phone. "QSJM Rebecca Eccleston, 22, of Buffalo, was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, and uninspected motor vehicle.
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Sunday, April 17, 2011 from 1 to 2 p.m.
Most spinal cord injuries result from traumatic events such as car crashes. As summer approaches, it must also be pointed out that about 6,000 American kids under the age of 14 are hospitalized annually because of a diving injury. Twenty percent of these diving accidents result in severe spinal cord injury. Occupational therapists, who provide treatment that helps these patients become as independent as possible, would like to prevent the occurrence of the injuries that makes their work so necessary. Children and their parents should know that a person does not have to hit bottom to sustain a spinal cord injury. The surface tension on the water can be enough to injure the spinal cord. So, play it safe. Occupational therapy is geared toward restoring patients to their prior functional level by improving
Guest Speaker Jim Carncross, Fishing is Therapy Carriage rides from 2 to 3 p.m.
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activities of daily living and by adapting to any disability with the use of assistive devices. The primary goal of our OT’s is to enable individuals to participate in activities which are meaningful to them, reflect their beliefs and values, and produce a sense of accomplishment or satisfaction. These can be work related activities to leisure activites. To schedule an appointment, please call 315-4763176. The State of New York requires that each patient must see a physician, nurse practitioner, dentist or podiatrist and receive a prescription for physical therapy. We are located at 207 Pine Street in Syracuse. P.S. Occupational therapists provide individualized therapy to patients with spinal cord injuries, which helps them perform daily living skills using adaptive techniques.
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Harold J. Jenkins, 91, of Manlius, passed away at home on March 31, 2011. Born in Coldbrook, NY, he also lived for many years in Delphi Falls, NY. A graduate of Cazenovia High School, where he played varsity football, he also attended Cazenovia Seminary. Mr. Jenkins served aboard the USS Ticonderoga during WWII. He retired from Carrier Corp. As a resident of Delphi Falls, he was active in the Delphi Falls Fire Department, the Delphi Falls United Church and served as Chairman of the Board of Assessors for the Town of Pompey. He was also a member of the F&AM Lodge in Cazenovia. He was a master carpenter and an avid hunter and fisherman. His wife, Elizabeth V. Jenkins died in 2006. Surviving are his sons, Bruce (Holly) Jenkins and Roger (Jane) Jenkins; his daughters, Betsy (Clancy Flynn) Jenkins and Ruth (Daniel Fadden) Jenkins; and his grandchildren, Devin, Aaron, Morgan, Matthew and Will. Services will be private. For guestbook, please visit scheppfamily.com Contributions: may be made to the Manlius Fire Department, 1 Stickley Dr., Manlius, NY 13104.
Services for Nancy Savage Davidson will be at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday April 13 at St. Georgeâ€™s Episcopal Church, 4715 Harding Road. Visitation is scheduled 10 a.m. until time of service. Nancy died at her Nashville home. Her passing is a great loss for her family and the many friends she touched deeply during her remarkable life. She was born in Ripley, Tenn. on Oct. 26, 1927, the daughter of Paul S. Savage and Lucile Graves Savage She moved to Nashville at age 12, graduated from West End High School in Nashville and from Vanderbilt University with honors in 1949. She was a cheerleader at West and Vanderbilt. She married her
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127,&(2)6$/( Index No.2010-1564 RJI No. 2010-0368-X STATE OF NEW YORK SUPREME COURT COUNTY OF MADISON FARM CREDIT EAST, ACA, successor by merger to First Pioneer Farm Credit, ACA, Plaintiff, vs. EDWARD A. BREAULT, SR.; DENA M. BREAULT, Defendants. Pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale, duly granted herein, and entered in the Office of the Clerk of Madison County, New York, I, Peter A. Baum, Esq., the Referee therein named, will sell at public auction in the first floor lobby of the Madison County Office Building, N. Court Street, Wampsville, New York, on Thursday, April 21, 2011 at 10:00 a.m., the mortgaged property described in said Judgment as follows: SEE SCHEDULE â€œAâ€? ATTACHED HERETO. Said mortgaged property is sold subject to (1) any state of facts an accurate survey may show, (2) covenants, restrictions and easements of record, (3) any building and zoning regulations, restrictions, ordinances and amendments thereto of the municipality, state, or federal government, or any agency, bureau, commission or department with jurisdiction over the Mortgaged Property, and any violations or notices of violations issued by same, including, but not limited to code violations and reapportionment of lot lines, (4) the rights and interests of all tenants of said Mortgaged Property who or which are not joined in this action, (5) claims, if any, of any Indian Tribe or Tribes or Groups, (6) the right of redemption of the United States of America, if any. Dated: March 16, 2011 Peter A. Baum, Referee G E T N I C K LIVINGSTON ATKINSON & PRIORE, LLP Attorneys for Plaintiff Office and Post Office Address 258 Genesee Street (315) 797 9261 Schedule â€œAâ€? $//7+$775$&725 3$5&(/2)/$1', situate in the Town of Cazenovia and being part of Lots 72,74 and 75 in said Town of Cazenovia and also being situate in the Town of Nelson and being part of Lot 30 in said Town of Nelson, County of Madison, State of New York, and being more particularly bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point in the centerline of Moseley Road, said point being southerly along the centerline of Moseley Road, a distance of 527.27 feet from the intersection of said centerline with the south line of U.S.
Route 20 extended to said centerline; thence S 87Âş 57' 20'â€™ E., A distance of 545.66 feet to a point; thence S 75Âş 28' 00'â€™ E, a distance of 504.89 feet to a point, said point being in the westerly line of a parcel of land heretofore conveyed to the Animal Hospital Real Partnership by deed recorded in the Madison County Clerkâ€™s Office in Book of Deeds 868 at Page 330; thence along the westerly line of lands of said Animal Hospital Real Partnership (868/330), S 13Âş 32' 50'â€™ W, a distance of 165.42 feet to the southwesterly corner thereof; thence along the southerly line of lands of said Animal Hospital Real Partnership(868/330), S 75Âş 28' 00'â€™ E, a distance of 410.00 to the southeasterly corner thereof; thence along an easterly line of lands of said Animal Hospital Real Partnership(868/330), N 07Âş 31' 55'â€™ E, a distance of 166.47 feet to a northeasterly corner thereof; thence S 75Âş 28' 00'â€™ E a distance of 83.20 feet to a point, said point being in the westerly line of lands reputedly owned by the Cazenovia Central School District; thence along the westerly line of lands of said Cazenovia Central School District, S 07Âş 31' 55'â€™ W a distance of 942.13 feet to the southwesterly corner thereof; thence N 85Âş 35' 35'â€™ W, a distance of 123.03 feet to a point; thence S06Âş 39' 13'â€™ W, a distance of 1133.38 feet to a point, said point being at the northeasterly corner of a parcel of land heretofore conveyed to Riedl by deed recorded in the Madison County Clerkâ€™s Office in Book of Deeds 1153 at Page 272; thence along the northerly line of lands of said Riedl (1153/272) and along the northerly line of lands heretofore conveyed to LaFever by deed recorded in the Madison County Clerkâ€™s Office in Book of Deeds 714 at page 952, N 82Âş 59' 08'â€™ W, a distance of 838.20 feet to an angle point in said northerly line of lands of said LaFever(714/952); thence S 63Âş 54' 52'â€™ W, a distance of 364.00 feet to a point in said centerline of said Moseley Rd; thence along said centerline of said Moseley Rd, the following courses and distances: 1) northerly along said centerline, on a curve to the right, having a radius of 679.51 feet, an arc distance of 284.83 feet to a point of tangency therein; thence 2) N 03Âş 59' 38'â€™ W, a distance of 97.88 feet to an angle point therein; thence 3) N 00Âş 49' 54'â€™ E, a distance of 96.02 feet to an angle point therein; thence 4) N 04Âş 04' 58'â€™ E, a distance of 69.00 feet to an angle point therein; thence 5) N 00Âş 38' 48'â€™ E, a distance of 102.85 feet to an
angle point therein; thence 6) N 03Âş 37' 26'â€™ E, a distance of 55.42 feet to a point in said centerline, said point being at the southwesterly corner OF A PARCEL OF LAND heretofore conveyed to Miller by deed recorded in the Madison County Clerkâ€™s Office in Book of Deeds 1149 at Page 135; thence along the southerly line of lands of said Miller(1149/135), S 85Âş 54' 29'â€™ E, a distance of 253.90 feet to the southeasterly corner thereof: thence along the easterly line of lands of said Miller(1149/135),N 04Âş 05' 31'â€™ E, a distance of 217.00 feet to the northeasterly corner thereof, thence along the northerly line of lands of said Miller(1149/135). N 85Âş 54' 29'â€™ W, a distance of 255.60 feet to a point in said centerline of said Moseley Road; thence southerly along said centerline, S 03Âş 38' 26'â€™ W, a distance of 210.00 feet to a point therein, said point being at the northeasterly corner of lands reputedly owned by Hudson; thence along the northerly line of lands of said Hudson(reputed owner), N 85Âş 59' 02'â€™ W, a distance of 435.00 feet to the northwesterly corner thereof: thence along the westerly line of lands of said Hudson(reputed owner),S 03Âş 38' 26'â€™ W, a distance of 188.94 feet to the southwesterly corner thereof, said point being In the northerly line of parcel of land reputedly owned by McFarland (formerly lands of Len Riedl, 829/195); thence along said northerly line of lands of said McFarland (reputed owner) and itâ€™s westerly extension thereof, N 74Âş 18' 09'â€™ W, a distance of 603.50 feet to a corner, thence N 05Âş 24' 19'â€™ E, a distance of 662.89 feet to a corner; thence N 84Âş 36' 35'â€™ W, a distance of 99.60 feet to a corner; thence N 07Âş 42' 25'â€™ E, a distance of 1007.69 feet to a corner; thence S 79Âş 45' 55'â€™ E, a distance of 743.21 feet to a point being at the northwesterly corner of lands heretofore conveyed to Murray by deed recorded in the Madison County Clerkâ€™s Office in book of deeds 894 at Page 173: thence along the westerly line of lands of said Murray(894/173), S 03Âş 23' 30'â€™ W, a distance of 150.00 feet to the southwesterly corner thereof; thence along the southerly line of lands of said Murray(894/173) S 79Âş 45' 55'â€™ E, a distance of 292.48 feet to a point in said centerline of said Moseley Road; thence along said centerline, N 03Âş 23' 30'â€™ E, a distance of 300.00 feet to the point of beginning. Containing 97.199 acres. Excepting and reserving therefrom the following parcels of land: Hourigan by Book of Deeds 105 at page 8, Hourigan by book of deed 984 at Page 96, Derdzinaki by Book of Deeds 1134 at page
childhood sweetheart, Philip Grant Davidson, III, on June 6, 1949 the day after they both graduated from Vanderbilt. At various times, she worked as a teacher, a social worker and a real estate agent, but her passion was raising her children and doting on her grandchildren. Nancy and Philip started their family in Nashville. They later lived in Cazenovia, N.Y. and Houston, Texas, before returning home to Nashville in 1980. In recent years, Nancy spent her winters in Naples, Fla. Nancyâ€™s generous spirit and enthusiasm for life inspired all who knew her. She was an avid gardener who loved sharing her beautiful flower arrangements with
214 and Pidgeon by Book of Deeds 1179 at page 205 Subject to easements to Cazenovia Electric Company recorded February 1947 in Liber 381 at page 14, July 15, 1947 in Liber 387 at page 466 and August 19, 1947 in Liber 389 at page 429; to Cazenovia Telephone Company recorded February 15, 1947 in Liber 381 at page 14 and to Niagara Mohawk Power Corp. recorded May 23, 1989 in Liber 887 at page 29. Being the same premises conveyed to Christine C. Cadaret a/k/a Christine Cadaret a/k/a Christine Cadaret Wieczorek f/k/a Christine C. Cooper, Christine Cua Cooper, Christine Cooper to Edward A. Breault and Dena M. Breault by deed dated January 10, 2005 and recorded in the Madison County Clerkâ€™s Office on July 8, 2005 in Book 1340 of Deeds at page 203, Document No. 20055357. 1. TOGETHER with all right, title and interest if any, of the mortgagor in and to any streets and roads abutting the Mortgaged Property to the center lines thereof. TOGETHER with the appurtenances and all the estate and rights of the mortgagor in and to the Mortgaged Property. TOGETHER with all fixtures located on the Mortgaged Property. CR_15 127,&(2)$0((7,1* 2)927(562)7+( &$=(129,$&(175$/ 6&+22/',675,&7 THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CAZENOVIA CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT HEREBY GIVES NOTICE that a meeting of the qualified voters of said School District will be held in the Auditorium at the Cazenovia High School at 31 Emory Avenue, Cazenovia, New York, in said School District, on Tuesday, May 17, 2011, between the hours of 7:00 am and 9:00 pm, prevailing time, for the purpose of voting upon the propositions hereinafter set forth and for the election of members of the Board of Education. NOTICE IS ALSO HEREBY GIVEN that a hearing for the purpose of reviewing the proposed 20112012 School District Budget will be held on Tuesday, May 10, 2011 at 6:30 pm, prevailing time, in the auditorium of the Cazenovia High School at 31 Emory Avenue, Cazenovia, New York. NOTICE IS ALSO HEREBY GIVEN that a copy of the statement of the amount of money which will be required for the ensuing year for school purposes and the propositions may be obtained by any taxpayer in said School District at each schoolhouse in said School District in
which school is maintained between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm on each day other than a Saturday, Sunday or holiday during the fourteen (14) days immediately preceding May 17, 2011. NOTICE IS ALSO HEREBY GIVEN that petitions nominating candidates for the Board of Education vacancies must be filed in the office of the Clerk of said School District, Cazenovia Middle School, Cazenovia, New York, between the hours of 9:00 am and 5:00 pm not later than the 15th day of April, 2011. There are two (2) at-large vacancies to be filled on the Board of Education, each for a three-year term commencing July 1,2010 and expiring June 30, 2013. The vacancies arise from the expiration of the terms of Cindy Bell Tobey and Jonathan Weisbrod. There is one (1) vacancy to be filled on the Board of Education for a two year term commencing May 18, 2011 and expiring June 30, 2012 to complete the term of resigned member Ed Roickle. Each petition shall be directed to the Clerk of said School District, shall be signed by at least twenty-five (25) qualified voters of said School District, shall state the residence of each signer and shall state the name and residence of the candidate. VOTING at such meeting on May 17, 2011 shall be by voting machines upon the matters set forth below: 1. To vote upon the adoption of a budget for said School District for the ensuing fiscal year. 2. To vote upon approval of an appropriation for the Cazenovia Public Library and the New Woodstock Free Library. 3. To elect two (2) members to fill at large seats on the Board of Education. 4. To elect one (1) member to serve out the remaining term for a resigned Board Member 5. To vote on any other matter as determined by the Board of Education. NOTICE IS ALSO HEREBY GIVEN that qualified voters may obtain applications for absentee ballots from the Office of the District Clerk of the Cazenovia Central School District, Cazenovia Middle School, Cazenovia, NY. Completed applications must be received by the Clerk of the District not later than 5:00 pm on May 16, 2011, and must be received not later than 5:00 pm on May 10, 2011 if the absentee ballot is to be mailed to the voter. Completed applications received after 5:00 pm on May 16, 2011 will require the voter to personally appear at the Office of the Clerk of the District to receive and absentee ballot. Absentee ballots must be received by the District Clerk not later than 5:00 pm, prevailing time, on Tuesday, May 17, 2011.
Nancy Savage Davidson friends and family. She was also an enthusiastic tennis player, cyclist and a Bronze Life Master Bridge player. She was a parishioner at St. Georgeâ€™s Church and a member of the Centennial and Belle Meade Country Clubs. Nancy was preceded in death by her loving husband Philip and her sister, Laura Powers. She is survived by a daughter, Jane H. Davidson (Frank Kulacki) of Minneapolis; three sons, Philip G.
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF CAZENOVIA CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT By: Patricia A. Marzeski District Clerk CR-18 /HJDO1RWLFHÂą Annual Meeting of Pine Plains Cemetery, North Manlius (Peck Rd) will be held on Tuesday, April 19, 2011. Meeting will be held at the Minoa Municipal Building, Golden Age Room, Main St., Minoa, NY. The meeting will begin at 7:00 pm. 72:12)&$=(129,$ 127,&( &21&(51,1* 7+((;$0,1$7,212) $66(660(17 ,19(1725<$1' 9$/8$7,21'$7$ 3XUVXDQWWR6HFWLRQRI WKH5HDO3URSHUW\7D[/DZ
Notice is hereby given that assessment inventory and valuation data is available for examination and review. This data is the information which will be used to establish the assessment of each parcel which will appear on the Tentative Assessment Roll of the TOWN OF CAZENOVIA which will be filed on or before May 1st, 2011. The information may be reviewed, in the Assessorâ€™s Office at 7 Albany St. on Thursdays 9:00am4:00pm and Fridayâ€™s 8:00am3:00pm or any. To make an appointment at please call 315-655-5637. Dated this 1st day of April, 2011. Rochelle A. Harris Assessor 127,&(2)6$/( RJI No.: Index No. 2010-1677 STATE OF NEW YORK SUPREME COURT COUNTY OF MADISON Bryant A.L. Lewis, Jr. and Dorothy Lewis Plaintiff, v. Eiswerth Company, LLC, Gypsum Wholesale, Inc. June Guida, Michael Guida, Tile & Carpet One, Inc And Skurpski Air Conditioning Corp., Inc. and â€œJOHN DOEâ€? #1 through â€œJOHN DOEâ€? #3, the last Three names being fictitious and unknown to the Plaintiffs, the person or parties intended being the person Or parties, if any, having or claiming an interest in Or Lien upon the mortgaged premises described In the complaint, Defendants. In pursuance of a Judgement of Foreclosure and Sale entered in the above entitled action, and bearing date of March 25, 2011. I, Jennifer Basic, Esq., the undersigned, the Referee in said Judgement named, will sell in one (1) parcel, at Public Auction, at the First Floor Lobby, Madison County Office Building, in the Village of Wampsville, County of Madison, State of New York, on May 12, 2011 at 10:00 AM on that date, the premises described by said Judgement to be sold and therein
Davidson, IV (Joan McRae) of Chesapeake, Va., Paul S. Davidson (Becky) and J. Page Davidson (Nina), both of Nashville; a sister, Polly Hicks of Jefferson, City, Tn.; nine grandchildren, Sarah Champion (Adam), Nancy Kulacki, Philip Grant Davidson V, Bennett, Katie, and Matthew Davidson, and Jessie, Ellie and Jack Davidson; one great grandchild Ellis Champion; her companion Robert Babcock; her nieces and nephews; many friends; and dog Ace. Memorial contributions may be made to Friends of Warner Park or Cheekwood. Guestbook crawfordservices.com. Arrangements by Crawford Mortuary & Crematory, 615-254-8200.
described as follows: ALL THAT TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND, situate in the Village of Cazenovia, County of Madison, State of New York and being more particularly bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point in the northerly line of Williams Street at the division line between lands conveyed to David G. White by Robert J. Riedl on February 2, 1962 on the west and lands conveyed to Carol and Doris Ayer by The Cazenovia National Bank by deed recorded in the Madison County Clerkâ€™s Office on October 19, 1910 in Book of Deeds 325 at page 593 on the east, said point being easterly a distance of 140 feet from the intersection of the northerly line of Williams Street with the easterly line of Farnham Street; thence N 31Âş 18â€™ 00â€? E along the aforementioned division line a distance of 99.71 feet to a point; thence S 59Âş 10â€™ 00â€? E a distance of 25.13 feet to a point; thence N 30Âş 31â€™ 00â€? E a distance of 111.8 feet to a point; thence S 59Âş 10â€™ 00â€? E a distance of 105.6 feet to a point; thence S 17Âş 50â€™ 00â€? W a distance of 77.88 feet to a point; thence S 27Âş 23â€™ 00â€? W a distance of 135.96 feet to a point in the northerly line of Williams Street; thence N 59Âş 10â€™ 00â€? W along the northerly line of William Street a distance of 17.64 feet to a point at the southeasterly corner of lands conveyed to Eliza Chappell by Eleanor Worden by Warranty Deed as recorded in the Madison County Clerkâ€™s Office on June 28, 1897 in Book of Deeds 192 at page 158; thence along the line of the lands conveyed to the aforementioned Eliza Chappell the following courses and distances; N 28Âş 43â€™ 00â€? E 144.54 feet; N 58Âş 40â€™ 00â€? W, 22.77 feet; S 65Âş 20â€™ W 57.09 feet; S 32Âş 21â€™ 00â€? W 97.68 feet to a point in the northerly line of Williams Street; thence N 59Âş 10â€™ 00â€? W along the northerly line of William Street a distance of 75.8 feet to the point and place of beginning. Also known on the Official Tax Map of the Village of Cazenovia, County of Madison as Tax ID: 95.37-138, commonly known as 21 Williams Street, Cazenovia, New York. Subject to existing encumbrances, covenants, easements and restrictions of record, if any; subject to leases of tenants not made parties to this action, if any; and subject to any state of facts an accurate survey may disclose; subject to outstanding taxes and water rents (if any); property is sold in â€œas isâ€? condition. The approximate amount of the lien due to the plaintiff pursuant to the Judgement, with costs and allowances, excluding the expenses of the sale, is
Dated: April 4, 2011 Jennifer Basic, Esq. Referee Mark W. Wasmund, Esq. Mackenzie Hughes, LLP Attorney for Plaintiff 101 South Salina Street, PO Box 4967 Syracuse, New York 13221 (315) 233-8214 CR-18 72:12)&$=(129,$ 2)),&,$/127,&( 127,&(2)38%/,& +($5,1* Zoning Board of Appeals Notice is hereby given that a public hearing before the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of Cazenovia will be held on the day of April 25, 2011 at 7:30pm, at the Town Office Building, 7 Albany Street, Cazenovia, to consider the application of Syracuse SMSA/Verizon Wireless. Property is located at 4466 Woodfield Road, Cazenovia NY, Tax Map Number 85.-120. Zoned Rural A. ZBA file #11-748. Proposed addition of microwave antennas to existing tower. All interested parties wishing to appear at said hearing may do so in person or by other representative. Communications in writing relating thereto may be filed with the Zoning Board of Appeals prior to, or at said hearing. Copies of the application of variance are available for public inspection at the Town Offices during business hours. Chris Fischer, Chairman Zoning Board of Appeals Town of Cazenovia Dated: 4/8/2011 72:12)&$=(129,$ 2)),&,$/127,&( 127,&(2)38%/,& +($5,1* Zoning Board of Appeals Notice is hereby given that a public hearing before the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of Cazenovia will be held on the day of April 25, 2011 at 7:30pm, at the Town Office Building, 7 Albany Street, Cazenovia, to consider the application of Shayne Sunderman. Property is located at 2683 Ballina Road, Cazenovia NY, Tax Map Number 107.-1-51.1. Zoned Rural A. ZBA file #11-752. Proposed auto detailing home occupation. All interested parties wishing to appear at said hearing may do so in person or by other representative. Communications in writing relating thereto may be filed with the Zoning Board of Appeals prior to, or at said hearing. Copies of the application of variance are available for public inspection at the Town Offices during business hours. Chris Fischer, Chairman Zoning Board of Appeals Town of Cazenovia Dated: 4/8/2011
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For local ash trees, the arrival of a devastating pest in Western and parts of Central New York is very bad news. The TN.GOV Emerald Ash Borer The Emerald Ash Borer has been an unwelcome guest in the U.S. for several years. has been an unwelcome guest in the United States for several years, but until recently it had not been found in our area. Unfortunately, all that’s changed and the beautiful ash trees that shade our neighborhoods and line our streets are now in danger. Recently, various media have shared the ramifications of Emerald Ash Borers on local ash trees. In their larval stage, these beetles bore into trees causing thinning of the tree canopy and branch dieback. While it is true that in most cases infested trees die after three to four years, residents should not give up hope for their trees. Significant research has and is currently being conducted to yield treatment options. In Michigan, where it’s suspected that the borer has been present for over five years, a study by Michigan State University has proven that there are valid treatments. Tests indicate that although severely infested trees typically cannot be saved, attacks on healthy trees can be prevented. Locally, leading tree care provider Bartlett Tree Experts is working to preserve trees and help educate property owners on this pest. “It is extremely important that residents understand what this pest can do, how it spreads, and what can be done to prevent loss of See Pest, continued on next page
‘As soon as the soil can be worked…’ cold snap shouldn’t harm them, though most will be done in by a heavy snow or prolonged freezing. For flowers, try: pansies, snapdragons, and dianthus, also called pinks. You can also plant lily bulbs and bare root roses. To further speed up warming your soil try using raised beds. Since they sit above ground level raised beds tend to drain better and warm up faster than the open ground. You can also cover garden beds with sheets of black plastic for several weeks before you plant. You can even use black plastic trash bags. Just See Planting, continued on next page
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By Waded Gonzalez-Candelaria, public health educator Are you thinking about fixing up the old homestead? Are you planning on doing the project on your own or hiring someone to do it for you? Was your home built before 1978? If it was, it may contain lead paint. When lead paint is disturbed during remodeling, dangerous lead dust is created. Young children and pregnant women are at the greatest risk from exposure to lead dust, but anyone can become lead poisoned. The Onondaga County Health Department Lead Poisoning Control Program would like you to consider the following questions before you start your project: Was the house built before 1978? Will you be disturbing the paint? Have you had the paint tested to see if it is lead paint? What safety precautions will you or your contractor/handyman take to protect yourself and your children from exposure to hazardous lead dust? The most important thing to consider when remodeling is controlling the lead dust. You can do this by following these tips: Work smart To keep paint chips and dust contained, work in one area at a time; enclose the work area using heavy plastic (6 mil); Keep pregnant women and children out of the work area; Protect yourself by washing your hands and eating or drinking
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remove the plastic before planting. Or, plant seeds or set out seedlings through holes cut into it. Besides cold weather vegetables, many flowers do well in early spring. Pansies, snapdragons, pinks, roses and lilies can all be set out while the weather is still far from balmy. You can buy flats of pansies or grow your own by direct seeding into the garden. Pansies (Viola × wittrockiana) are extremely cold hardy and can even withstand brief spring frosts and freezing spells even while in full bloom. Snapdragons (Antirrhinum majus) have the advantage of coming in various sizes and forms from so called “low growing carpet snapdragons” to “spikes of rocket snaps,” whose colorful blooms often reach two or three feet tall. Snapdragons can endure cool temperatures and light frosts, and can be planted as early as a week or two before your last frost. Dianthuses (Dianthus spp.), also called pinks, are perennial flowers that actually prefer cool growing temperatures. Pinks begin blooming when daytime temperatures get into the sixties. In spite of the name “pinks” they are available in red, white, pink, and even striped varieties. Lilies (Lilium spp.) are hardy flowering bulbs that can be planted very early spring. You may want to cover very early lily plantings with a light mulch to protect against hard freezes. Once lilies begin to sprout, gently rake back the mulch to allow the soil to heat up. Like all bulbs, lilies do best with good drainage, as too much soil moisture will cause the bulbs to rot. Bare root roses are another good choice for planting in early spring as soon as the ground is thawed enough to be dug. So take a chance and plant cold hardy vegetables and flowers, “as soon as the ground can be worked in the spring.” So when is “as soon as the soil can be worked?” Old farmers often went by the obvious rule that as soon as the weeds start to grow in your garden, it’s time to plant your hardy vegetables and flowers. Your mileage may vary.
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Seneca Federal Vice President – Lending, Tammy Purcell, left, and Assistant Vice President – Lending, Rebecca Smith.
specific treatment recommendations for managing this pest. In fact, Bartlett offices in other states with Emerald Ash Borer have already implemented these recommendations and are successfully preserving trees. Periodic inspections, prompt removal of infested trees and annual treatments with the appropriate insecticides are just part of this success. Gorham, a Board Certified Master Arborist, urges property owners to remember that each tree is different and should be evaluated on a case-bycase basis. “In many ways, trees are like humans and pets. Each tree responds differently to stressors and the prescribed treatments,” stated Gorham. “By assessing trees individually, we can determine how to best treat them. Or, if removal is the only option, we can do so in a way to help protect other trees on the property from the same fate.”
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bankâ€™s thinking boils down to. The dream of homeownership is a dream we help make happen and it can be done in a conservative manner and still render positive results to many.â€? Seneca Federal is proud to provide traditional, local home town lending with competitively priced mortgage rates. â€œWe look to competitors daily, in part, to decide where to price our mortgage rates,â€? said Tammy Purcell, VPâ€“lending. â€œWe also respond quickly to pre-qualification requests and pride ourselves as local underwriters with timely commitments.â€? Seneca Federal has never used credit scores as a basis for loan approval but rather base loan commitment on actual consumer credit history. This â€˜traditionalâ€™ and time-tested practice has worked well for the Association, which has a foreclosure rate near zero percent. â€œA low foreclosure rate sometimes leads people to ask me if we are risky enough with such a low default rate,â€? said the president, adding that the low default rate has more to do with the rapport they have made with their customers during the underwriting process and less to do with not taking risk. â€œOur loans are often tailor-made to our customerâ€™s specific needs and we build a rapport with them from the beginning, indicating that we are on the â€˜same sideâ€™. We are very thankful when a customer is willing to approach us when they are having difficulty and before the loan is in default and we are able to work with finding a solution to get them through a rough time such as a job loss,â€? added Purcell. At Seneca Federal you always have the ability to speak directly with experienced loan underwriters who assist you in your mortgage loan application process from start to finish, including servicing throughout the loan. The lending team is carrying on with the philosophy of individualized lending that community banks thrive on. â€œWe are imbedded in our communities and want to offer competitive mortgage, consumer and commercial loan rates for the benefit of our customers,â€? said Purcell. â€œWe arenâ€™t a â€˜cookie cutterâ€™ secondary mortgage market lender. We understand the needs of our communities and want to provide a competitive product.â€? The mortgage servicing is always retained by us so our customers are assured they will work with us for the life of the loan. One example of a loan that is often tailor-made to a customerâ€™s needs is the construction to permanent
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Published on Apr 13, 2011