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‘Comedy for Cancer’ The Cayuga Collegian will host its second-annual fundraiser at 7 p.m. Thursday at CCC. ...See page 3
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The Marcellus school board voted 7-0 Tuesday night to adopt a $29,993,883 spending plan for 2011-12 that raises the tax levy by 3.9 percent and uses almost half the district’s remaining reserves. The plan, which is 2.81 percent less than the current budget, eliminates 21.7 full-time positions, including 12.2 teachers. It also cuts 9.5 part-time positions. Marcellus Superintendent Craig Tice said
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The former pastor at St. Michael’s Lutheran Church, left, was honored for 50 years of perfect club attendance. ...See page 5
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Jimmy Phelps, driving car # 99, and Matt Sheppard race the track at Rolling Wheels Raceway Park. By Ned Campbell Rolling Wheels Raceway Park, on Briarwood Lane in Elbridge, plans to pack more punch into its racing events this season. Opening day is May 29. “We’ve decided to focus on fewer events and make those events bigger,” said Rolling Wheels Raceway General Manager Jeff Hachmann, now entering his second season
at the raceway. He said the move is strategic, not budgetary. “It’s a strategic business plan to elevate the level of dirt car racing through special events, instead of spending money just to have an event.” Rolling Wheels has six big events planned for 2011, starting with its thirdSee Wheels, page 15
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balancing the budget was a difficult process. “There are no good answers in laying off staff, reducing programs, depleting district reserves because of an uncertain economic future, and raising taxes during difficult fiscal times,” Tice said. The full-time reductions include 5.2 elementary, 5.6 secondary level, 3.4 FTE in Pupil Personnel Services and 7.5 FTE in support staff (admin- istrative, transportation, custodial and clerical). 9.5 of the full-time reductions are through attrition while 12.2 are through lay-offs. The district, which relies on state aid to balance about 45 percent of its budget, lost 11.56 percent ($1.5 million) in state aid this year. It also owes $480,110 to teacher and employee retireSee MCS budget, page 18
Westhill finds wins in S.C. By Phil Blackwell As it does each April during the school break the Westhill baseball team made its way to Myrtle Beach, S.C., testing itself in a series of games against opponents from around the country. The Warriors opened the Mingo Bay Tournament by facing South Western and, relying on the strong arm of Alex Godzak, won in a 3-0 shutout. Godzaek went six innings and struck out 12, only allowing one hit before Kevin McAvoy struck out the side in the seventh. All the runs came in the fourth and fifth innings as McAvoy continued his early-season tear at the plate with three hits and two RBIs. Though it proved closer in the second game against Lewisville (N.C.), Westhill
still pulled out a 3-2 win by getting all of its offense late. Down 1-0, the Warriors went in front when, in the bottom of the sixth, Nick Vitgaliano smacked a tworun home run. Lewisville pulled even in the top of the seventh, but Westhill’s David Graf reached base in the bottom of the seventh and scored the winning run on a passed ball. Those late runs vindicated the work of four pitchers, including McAvoy, who worked the seventh and got credit for the win. J.C. Pena and Nathan Nigolian also saw mound stints. Having only pitched in relief so far, McAvoy finally got his first start of the season Wednesday, against Penfield (Section V), and was superb in a 2-1 win over the Patriots. See Westhill, page 18
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Marcellus Free Library presents an informal discussion and book signing with â€œThe Stuff of Legendâ€? author Mike Raicht, of Marcellus. Heâ€™ll share his experience as a former writer/editor for Marvel Comics.
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1 to 5 p.m.: Opening Day at Erie Canal Park
Camillus Erie Canal Park and Simsâ€™ Store Museum, 5750 Devoe Road. Narrated boat tours over the 1844 Nine Mile Creek Aqueduct. Adults $3.00; Children 5-12 $1.50; under 5 free.
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The Voices of Faith, directed by Jack Gardner, will present a concert of spiritual music at St Josephâ€™s Church, 5600 W. Genesee St. Featuring special guest artists; free.
8 a.m. to noon: Motherâ€™s Day Breakfast
Camillus Elks Lodge, 6117 Newport Road, Camillus. All you can eat. Adults $7.50, Momâ€™s half price, kids 4-10 $4, under 4 free. For info cal 672-3106.
11 a.m. to 4 p.m.: Motherâ€™s Day at Sycamore Hill
The private gardens at Sycamore Hill, 2130
Old Seneca Turnpike, Marcellus, will be open for Motherâ€™s Day. Early-bird tickets ($5.50) can be purchased online at baltimorewoods.org or by calling 673-1350 through May 1. Tickets are being sold for $5 at area businesses, including the Chocolate Pizza Company and at Baltimore Woods.
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As an artist, Kyle Mort tries to keep the eyes for wonder that he had as a child. As an art teacher, he hopes to cultivate and nurture that ability in budding artists. â€œToo often when children become adults they lose that sense of amazed admiration for things,â€? he said. â€œThey are no longer astonished by something awesomely mysterious or rapt by something new.â€? In â€œBeware of Wonder,â€? Mortâ€™s exhibit at Maxwell Memorial Library throughout May, he deals with themes and images of surprise and wonder. The library will host an artistâ€™s reception from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Monday May 2. The reception is free and open to the public. Mort teaches art at Camillus Middle School and has been exhibiting and selling his artwork since
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Weekly Monday morning Yin Yoga classes. Walk in, $7. Taught by Tina Ramsden, certified yoga instructor, at Marcellus Library. Bring yoga mat if possible.
Haddock dinners with the Elks
Every Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. Camillus Elks Lodge, 6117 Newport Road. Open to the public. Call 673-3106 for info.
Saturdays in April
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Hosted by the Spafford Auxiliary at the Spafford Fire House on Route 41. Proceeds from the breakfasts will benefit the Spafford Food Pantry. Donations made in March and April will be matched by the Feinstein Foundation. For more info or to make a donation, call Ann Cole at 636-8199.
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Camillus Middle School teacherâ€™s art featured in May By Katy Benson
â€œTin Man,â€? by Kyle Mort. Watercolor. age 22. His artwork is part of many private collections along the East Coast. He studied at Munson Williams Proctor Institute of Art and Syracuse University. Maxwell Memorial Library is located at 14 Genesee St. in the village of Camillus. For more information, call 672-3661 or go to maxwellmemoriallibrary.org. Become a fan of the library on Facebook to receive updates on upcoming events.
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Community News In brief
Marcellus Republicans to meet
The Marcellus Republican Committee will meet at 7 p.m. on Thursday May 12 at the Marcellus Park Welcome Center to endorse candidates for town offices in the November elections. Any local resident interested in the Republican endorsement for any town office should plan to attend. Questions about the process can be directed to a member of the Republican Committee or Vice Chair Mike Plochocki at 2633172.
CCC presents â€˜Comedy for Cancerâ€™ fundraiser Thursday This yearâ€™s Cayuga Collegian â€œComedy for Cancerâ€? event will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday April 28 in the Black Box Theater, (behind the Irene Bisgrove Theater), on the Cayuga Community Collegeâ€™s Auburn campus. The event is hosted by former Cayuga Collegian editor-inchief and CCC graduate Mathew Kratts. This yearâ€™s performance features well-known comedians Tim Joyce and Chris Gullo. Tim Joyce has been â€˜lost and wandering on the road,â€™ working comedy clubs and colleges from L.A. to New York City. He says heâ€™s played in 36 states, as well as Canada, performing his comedy in major media markets as well as communities too small to warrant a dot from the makers of fine maps. On television, Joyce has been featured nationally on ABC (â€œAmericaâ€™s Funniest Peopleâ€?) and Comedy Central (â€œStand-Up Stand-Upâ€? and â€œShort Attention Span Theatreâ€?). He has also appeared on the regional Fox TV â€œStand-up Revues,â€? â€œNight Shiftâ€? and â€œLive at the Funny Farm.â€? Chris Gullo is a radio personality for 91.3
Chris Gullo WBNY in Buffalo and hosts the Morning Madness show, which airs every Tuesday morning from 9am-Noon and is online at wbny. org. Gullo is a stand-up comedian from Buffalo. In his short but promising comedy career, he has
opened for nationally known comics such as Jay Phillips, Jeff Dye and Sheng Wang. He has toured with Joyce on multiple occasions, hitting comedy stops up Tim Joyce and down the East coast. Cay uga Collegian C omedy for Cancer was inspired by the cancer struggle long-time Cayuga Collegian faculty adviser Mary G. Merritt faced and beat. All monies CCC graduate Mathew Kratts raised from ticket sales ($5/person) at the door will go to colon cancer research.
Marcellus First Presbyterian to host VanNorstrand brothers Sunday Andrew and Noah VanNorstrand will perform their unique brand of acoustic folk at 3 p.m. Sunday May 1 at Marcellus First Presbyterian Church, located at the corner of Main and North streets. All proceeds will benefit the Mission goals of The Marcellus First Presbyterian Church, which include the Marcellus Ecumenical Food Pantry, ECHO meals on Wheels, the Central New York Food Consortium, the
Samaritan Center, Presbyterian Disaster Assistance in New Orleans and Church World Services worldwide. The brothers will perform for two hours with a brief intermission. The VanNorstrand brothers make most of their music with fiddles, guitars and mandolins. Andrew adds banjo and Noah percussion. Noahâ€™s wife Kailyn will also add vocals for a song or two. Their music is rooted in country
and bluegrass with a touch of celtic on the side. Noah and Andrew are originally from Fulton and now spend much of their time criss-crossing North America with their unique style, high-energy performances and creative arrangements. They received national exposure by performing live on Garrison Keillorsâ€™s nationally syndicated program, â€œA Prairie Home Companion,â€? as finalists in the Talent from Twelve to Twenty competition.
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News from Marcellus Parks and Recreation
Think summer! Each year we like to remind residents that the school budget vote will be May 17. It is important to inform residents of the excellent relationship the recreation department and MCS have throughout the year. The school transportation department provides busses (at the cost of the town) to transport children to swim lessons and field trips and also for our senior citizens to go on local
shopping trips that they may not be able to get to on their own. The custodial staff helps keep our summer rooms and gym space clean. A passed budget means that we will not have to charge additional fees in our year round programming. So, please get out and vote on May 17. The summer brochure will be available to all residents the week of May 23.
It will be distributed through the local Pennysaver and will be available online at marcellusny.com starting Wednesday May 18. In an attempt to save money we will not distribute it through the school classrooms. Extra brochures will be available at town hall, the village office, Marcellus Library and the school offices. Take advantage of Hoop Mania early
bird registration and pay only $50 per camper until Friday May 6. Hoop Mania will be held from Tuesday June 28 through Friday July 1. The Town of Marcellus Parks and Recreation Office is located at 24 E. Main St. and can be reached by phone at 673-3269 ext. 2 or by email at park_rec@marcellusny. com.
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File this in the “what were they thinking” folder. It seldom fails that when bureaucrats over-think something, bad ideas seep out. That was the case last week after the state Health Department aired its intent to regulate the games children play. It was adios, Red Rover. Take off, Capture the Flag. Beat it, kick ball. The state determined through an unknown process that these perennially played games as well as whiffle ball needed to be reined in before someone got hurt. The proposed regulations targeted so-called “day camps,” which are typically operated as summer youth programs by local municipalities. The department expanded the definition for a children’s day camp to regulate “nonpassive recreational activities with significant risk of injury.” If a program included at least one NPRASRI it would be regulated as a children’s day camp. With that bureaucratic oversight summer programs would be forced to pay for a permit and add on site medical supervision of activities. State Sen. Patty Ritchie (R-Oswegatchie) quickly threw a spotlight on this latest government intrusion and that was followed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s slap down of the department. “Summer recreation programs run on very limited budgets, but provide great opportunities for children,” Senator Ritchie said in her letter to the state health commissioner. “The additional state mandated expenditure for medical staff, record keeping and permit fees without ample time to put a plan in place will very likely put an end to these programs, and will leave a vast gap in our region’s ability to provide children with a safe place to play and learn during the summer months.” Added to that are the unintended consequences of such regulation. At a time when the incidence of childhood obesity is being decried, the state health department is crafting supercilious regulations that encourage sedentary recreation. Ritchie gets credit for spotting this intrusion. The state health department quickly dropped the regulations as the effort attracted scorn at a national level. The state Health Department should let kids be kids and maybe pursue something more substantial such as finding a solution for the spiraling costs of New York’s Medicaid system.
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Final phase of streetscape project underway Mary Ann
Dear Residents, With warmer temperatures on the way, we look forward to flowering plants, lazy days at our local parks and those orange Supervisor construction barrels! On behalf of the entire Camillus Town Board, I am proud to inform you we have entered into the final phase of the West Genesee Streetscape Project. This project began in February of 2000 and has been funded by Community Development. Currently the final phase of construction from Gillespie Avenue to MacKay Avenue is well underway and this area is swimming in a sea of orange barrels. The Town of Camillus went out to bid for this project and construction began about a week ago. The Town of Camillus has
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secured a federal grant for this final phase. Weather permitting, the project may be completed by June 2011. As a reminder, the orange construction barrels indicate a temporary change in traffic patterns. Please watch for workers and maintain a safe speed. The Onondaga County Department of Transportation is currently surveying Route 5, the area from route 173 to the village of Camillus line. The county has proposed road improvements for this area. An informational meeting will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday May 26 at the Municipal Building. Please watch the newspaper for additional details and make plans to attend this very important meeting. As always, please feel free to contact my office at 4881335 or email me at email@example.com with your questions or comments. My door is always open; please feel free to stop in to say hello!
Ever hear of green infrastructure? Green infrastructure, often overlooked, highlights the importance of the natural environment in decisions about local land use planning. In particular there is an emphasis on the positive functions provided by a managed network of green infrastructure systems. Trees are often overThe good looked as one of the main Ohl days ingredients in an effective system of green infrastructure. Planting of trees across a community helps produce cleaner water and healthier soils, as well as the other functions such as recreation and providing shade and shelter in and around towns and cities. Green infrastructure systems (tree plantings) have other advantages. Trees increase property values, Also, a large mature tree can remove thousands of gallons of water from the ground daily, which in turn translates to less surface flooding. Moreover, it also can add to what could be called the ambience of the community. A canopy of trees along residential streets is a value-added feature for the area. Sadly, little attention has been paid over the years to this type of infrastructure system by our municipal governments. As background, 200 years ago the United States was a nation of farmers. Today, 80 percent of us live in urban and suburban areas. As our population continues to grow and sprawl into the surrounding environment, our neighborhood of trees and forests is all-too-often being lost. Sprawl development is the number one threat to our nation’s trees and forests, according to a 1999 survey of
American Forests members. They are promoting efforts to encourage tree-smart development that saves money and helps build livable, sustainable communities. Is it too late to do anything about establishing a modern program to promote trees in our area? Locally, the Town of Dewitt has been a leader in a community effort to draw attention to the need for a community master plan to promote smart tree growth. Dewitt has, as one of the few towns locally, recently established a tree commission as part of its natural resources committee. Its role is to provide recommendations to the planning board designed to promote sound tree-plaiting regulations. A number of steps could be implemented by any town creating its own tree commission. The first would be to develop an assessment of what could be done in this community. To some, tree canopy cover is a proven indicator of community health and sustainability. How do Camillus and surrounding towns measure up? The second step would be to determine the most desirable percentage of tree coverage in the neighborhoods. One research group recommends about 40 percent canopy in residential areas. A third step would be to build coalitions of civic organizations and government institutions to develop and promote your tree canopy goals. Insist that policy makers account for the costs and benefits of trees when planning development. Remind them that voters pay for trees. Finally, most communities will need to plant new trees to reach an average 40 percent tree canopy cover. American Forest, the source of some of the background for this column, can provide assistance to any community interested in promoting long-term smart tree growth.
50 years ago, 1961 “Memories of Marcellus” by Frank Griffing went as follows…. A couple of weeks ago, I was reading an editorial in the Post Standard at the turn of the century that you could buy a steak dinner at Niagara Falls for 25 cents. It brought to mind that in 1901, Mary Jane I was at the Pan American ExDomurat hibition with George Stuckey and John Brown. We walked to Martisco and got the late train for Syracuse. When we arrived at Martisco, Charlotte Wolfe and James Needham were also waiting for the train, so all five of us went to Buffalo. When we arrived, we went to a rooming house. It was a large house and beds had been set up all over the house. I remember there were four beds in the room we had. We had our breakfast there. We were there for five days, four at the exhibition and one at Niagara Falls. I know we could get a dinner for 25 cents and it was all a man could eat. The whole trip didn’t cost much as I knew I had $25 when I left and had money to bring home. I remember we wanted to stay one night to see the fireworks, but it cost 50 cents on the grounds to get a meal. We didn’t want to spend the 50 cents and we
were talking it over when I noticed a family sitting on the grandstand. They had been eating their lunch and I heard them talking about what to do with the food that was left, so I stepped over and told them we would take care of what was left, so they were pleased to get rid of it and we were pleased to get it. (more later) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Reagan announced the birth of their daughter Patricia Elizabeth on April 1. Mrs. Reagan is the former Kathleen Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kantak announced the birth of their daughter. Mrs. Kantak is the former Carol McLaren. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thompson announced the birth of their daughter. Mrs. Thompson is the former Mary Waldt. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kraus announced the birth of their daughter Eileen Valerie. Mrs. Kraus is the former Noreen O’Grady. Mr. and Mrs. William Stevens announced the birth of their daughter Gail on April 7. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hainey announced the birth of their daughter, Ellen Jane. Barney Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Adams of Marcellus, completed his final year of competition as a member of the Varsity basketball team at Clarkson College. Adams was the 2nd highest scorer on the team, See Memories, page 5
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Camillus Erie Canal Park season opens Sunday
Heuermann honored by Kiwanis Kenneth Heuermann, left, shows his 50-year Kiwanis International Legion Honor award. He was presented with the award by SGC Kiwanis President Michael Swanka, right.
By Ned Campbell The Camillus Erie Canal Park season officially opens Sunday May 1 with events from 1 to 5 p.m., complete with narrated boat tours over the restored 1844 Nine Mile Creek Aqueduct. Park directors Liz and Dave Beebe said the aqueduct, whose restoration was completed last summer, is the centerpiece of the park. The wooden water bridge once allowed boats to pass over Nine Mile Creek and continue to Syracuse. The restored aqueduct extended the parkâ€™s three miles of navigable waters by another mile east. â€œEducational boat tours are arranged for school children, senior citizens, social orgaSee Erie Canal, next page
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ment funds, an increase of about 33 percent, school officials said. The district used $1,463,812 in reserves to balance the budget. Some employees agreed to a wage freeze, while others agreed to smaller increases for the 2011-12 school year. Administrators, including
Members of the Canal Society of New York State take the Ontario across the Camillus Aqueduct.
Tice, agreed to freeze their pay, which will save the district about $20,000. The districtâ€™s 33 bus drivers also took a wage freeze, saving the district $15,000. The districtâ€™s 175 teachers agreed to a 2 percent increase instead of the 4.25 percent owed to them in their contracts, saving the district $234,042. The 86 support staff also took a 2 percent increase
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Second place was awarded to David Campbell, Third place went to John Seeley and Fourth place went to David Hogle. The Marcellus firemen elected officers. They were
Edward Randall as Chief and Sterling Jansen as President. Other officers included: Bud Fisher, Jack Nightingale, Cliff Ramsden, Ted Gadawski, Phil Murphy, George Murphy, Dick McManus, Carl Riggall, Jr., Bill Martin, Austin
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with the January newsletter. â€œTheir input helped to frame the budget priorities for the Board of Education,â€? Tice said. â€œFrom using volunteers for athletic events (score keepers, time keepers and chaperones) to reviewing bus routing, their suggestions and feedback were critical to the process.â€? Tice commended the school
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of Long Island. While in Camillus he has served with several community groups, including the West Genesee School Board, Fairmount Library Board, Meals on Wheels and other Kiwanis groups serving food pantries, student scholarships awards and other causes in the CNY area. board for having the â€œforesight and courage to ask for and use community input during their deliberations.â€? The board will hold a public hearing on the budget at 7 p.m. May 10 in the high school auditorium. Residents will vote on the budget from noon to 9 p.m. May 17, also in the high school auditorium.
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scoring 226 points in 17 games. Adams is one of a few three sport men at Clarkson, participating in Soccer and Golf as well as Basketball. Adams is a 1956 graduate of MCS. He majored in Business Administration and is a member of Sigma Delta Fraternity. Thought for the dayâ€Ś Doing nothing is hard work because you canâ€™t stop to rest. Students home for Easter were: Mary Ann Armstrong, Richard Osborne, Linda Groeling, Steve Adams, Sharon Vanderveer, Melissa Christensen Kris Spaulding, Susan Parry and the Tallman boys. Miss Nancy Paul entertained 22 boys and girls at her home. Refreshments and games were enjoyed by all. Thomas Abend, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Abend, received a Silver Award from Cornell University for his solution to a problem set up from a true farm situation by Cornell Agricultural Economists and concerned financing a bulk milk tank purchase. Neil Frood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Frood of Howlett Hill, was the first place winner in the Marcellus Optimistâ€™s Oratorical
for a savings of about $31,000. The Marcellus school district will not fund any field trips in 2011-12. In athletics, the district will not cut a single team from its program, but nine assistant coaches will not return. Tice thanked residents for their input during World CafĂŠ sessions, town meetings and the community survey that went out
The Rev. Kenneth Heuermann was honored by the Solvay-Geddes-Camillus Kiwanis Club with the Kiwanis International Legion of Honor and 50-year Perfect Attendance awards. He previously retired after 33 years as pastor of St. Michaelâ€™s Lutheran Church in Camillus, following his first five years as a pastor in Buffalo. He is a native
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Marcellus students make paper cranes for Japan earthquake relief By Dave Taddeo The cafeterias at K.C. Heffernan Elementary School, Driver Middle School and Marcellus Senior High School were busy April 8 with students creating origami paper cranes for the Japan earthquake relief effort. The project was organized by Marcellus Senior High School art students under the guidance of District art teachers Donna Nicholas, Tara Charles, Tim Smarzo, Fran Hagan, Shannon Femano and Cher Ferarra. The Japan crane project is a humanitarian relief effort initiated by Students Rebuild, DoSomething.org and
Architecture for Humanity and the project is described as follows: “On Friday, March 11, 2011 a massive earthquake struck Sendai, Japan, resulting in a devastating tsunami that ravaged the coast just 180 miles from Tokyo. In response, Students Rebuild partnered with DoSomething.org to ensure students worldwide have a way to support their Japanese peers. You can help Japan by making paper cranes. These simple yet powerful gestures will trigger a $200,000 donation from the Bezos Family Foundation – $2 for each crane received – to Architecture for Humanity’s efforts
Marcellus Senior High School art students make paper cranes with KCH elementary students to assist Japan earthquake relief effort. in Japan.” Marcellus Senior High School art students spent the lunch time at KCH, DMS, and MSHS making origami cranes. The origami paper cranes were collected through April 15 and then sent to Students Rebuild. Marcellus Central School District students created more than 1,050
cranes and as of April 11, Students Rebuild has raised more than $162,000 for the Japan earthquake relief effort. Students Rebuild will weave all the cranes from around the world together into an art installation piece. The artistic “origami crane” creation will be forwarded to the youth of Japan as a state-
ment of support from youth worldwide. The following Marcellus High School art students participated in the crane making project: Katie Moran Samantha Daley Megan Charles Grace Keegan Maggie Dunn
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nizations, congregations, physically challenged and tourists worldwide,” Liz Beebe said. “We are able to enjoy luncheon and dinner cruises.” The restoration began in the 1970s and took $1.9 million in federal, state and privately raised money. It is the only navigable aqueduct in the state. “Our volunteers look forward to providing a rich educational experience for the children as we tell the canal story during their
College Sophomore Sarah Brown, a graduate of West Genesee, scored eight goals with seven assists as SUNY Brockport’s women’s lacrosse team picked up three wins, including knocking off No. 20 ranked Geneseo on the road last Tuesday afternoon. Brown,
who notched the eventual gamewinning goal in all three wins, is Brockport’s Female Athlete of the Week. Brown scored three goals on just four shots as Brockport picked up a 12-9 road win over Geneseo, ranked 20th in the country in the
latest Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association poll. Geneseo had averaged more than 18 goals a game, but Brockport’s defense limited Geneseo to its lowest goal output of the year. Following the win over the Blue See WG grad, page 18
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Eric Spencer’s terrific work on the pitcher’s mound was not enough for the West Genesee baseball team in Monday afternoon’s early-season clash with fellow Class AA contender Baldwinsville. No, the senior right-hander had to do something more - which he pulled off at the plate by driving home the decisive runs in the late going, all leading to a 4-1 victory over the Bees as the Wildcats improved its mark to 4-0. Despite rains throughout the weekend, the home field in Camillus was ready for play - and the earlier start time, due to the spring school break, allowed the game to finish before more precipitation of various kinds showed up later in the afternoon. Spencer was matched up against B’ville ace Mike St. John, who had shut out Rome Free Academy 3-0 in his previous outing on April 12. In fact, the Bees were on a roll, having followed up that RFA decision with a big win at Utica Proctor two nights
later. Perhaps still feeding off that momentum, B’ville leadoff hitter Brett Charbonneau hit Spencer’s first pitch of the game into the gap for a double, going to third on a bunt and scoring on Gabe Levanti’s sacrifice fly. And with that, the Bees’ run production was done for the day. Other than a Josh Savacool double in the third and Pat Merryweather reaching on an infield hit in the fifth, Spencer would allow nothing more, using a mix of fastballs and curves to strike out seven (five of them looking) and not allowing a single walk in his complete-game effort. At the same time, though, St. John was setting the Wildcats down with greater ease. Through five innings, the B’ville right-hander had only allowed one hit (Greg Wadach’s leadoff single in the second) and also had not surrendered a walk. He also got great defense, as on one fly ball Shay Sargent dove in left field and saw the ball glance off his glove - and into the bare hand of teammate Kyle Lattanzio
for an out. All that changed in the bottom of the sixth, when WG’s eighth and ninth hitter launched the winning rally. Finally showing patience at the plate, catcher Cam Kyle worked a 3-2 count, then screamed a drive just over Sargent’s reach in left for a double. Moments later, Matt Greco blooped a single, putting runners on first and third with nobody out. When Dave Salvagni beat out a botched grounder at third, Kyle scored and WG had tied it, 1-1. Matt Naton’s sacrifice bunt moved the runners over, and up stepped Spencer, who promptly fisted a single up the middle that brought home Greco and Salvagni. A fourth run followed when Wadach doubled and Brian Burns reached on a dropped fly ball. Now with that long-sought lead, Spencer worked a perfect seventh, striking out Merryweather to end it. Originally, the plan was to have WG play four more times during the See B’ville, page 10
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Red Rams’ defense contains WG in 5-3 decision By Phil Blackwell Maybe the only way for the West Genesee boys lacrosse team to get stopped in 2011 is to present them with a mirror image - especially someone that can dominate on the defensive side. That’s what Jamesville-DeWitt offered up on Saturday afternoon, the Red Rams overcoming some minor inconveniences to beat the Wildcats 5-3 to extend its win streak to 28 games and offer, for a moment, a compelling argument to be Central New York’s best team. Both teams arrived at this showdown undefeated - WG at 8-0, J-D at 7-0. Furthermore, the Rams are the defending state Class B champions, atop the current state rankings and winners of two of the last four state crowns, coach Jamie Archer assembling a dynasty similar to Mike Messere’s long-established program in Camillus. Still, the Rams had reason to be wary of this game, not just because of WG’s own fearsome reputation. Originally, they were supposed to play at J-D’s grass field, but poor conditions shifted the game to the Wildcats’ home turf. To make things worse, bus problems left J-D more than half an hour late. All those omens pointed to a good day for the home team in blue and gold - yet by the time the first quarter was done, WG was
By Phil Blackwell Marcellus saw its boys lacrosse team fall to Skaneateles for the second time in as many weeks, this one a 15-6 decision against the state Class C no. 1-ranked Lakers. Though the score resembled the 16-7 loss Marcellus took to Skaneateles on April 14, it played out a bit different. Instead of an 11-1 first-half blitz, Skaneateles had to work longer for its margin, only moving ahead 5-1 by halftime before a 6-2 third-quarter spurt doubled the cushion. R.J. Linder still had time for three goals, while Tyler Tomeny, Dalton Wenzel and Luke McNaney each found the net, too. Chris Martin made 11 saves. Skaneateles saw Kevin Rice and Mike Richards each put up five goals and combine for five assists. Just before that, the Mustangs had an 18-8 defeat to LaFayette where one bad stretch proved costly. Marcellus was within sight, 7-5, at halftime, only to see the Lancers dominate the third quarter, getting eight unanswered goals. So Tyler Tomeny’s effort of four goals went unrewarded, as Luke McNaney picked up three assists.
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down 3-1, and the deficit grew to 4-1 by halftime. Dylan Donahue had that lone goal in the first quarter - and would earn nothing more the rest of the day. He, along with all of the Wildcats’ attackers, found out first-hand just how good the Rams’ defense could perform. Whether it was sophomore Scott Firman shadowing Donahue, or fellow back-line players Nick Firman and Davi Sacco keeping eye on the rest of the front line, or goalie Dan DiStefano turning shots away (he finished with eight saves), WG went nearly two full periods without a goal, deep into the second half. Meanwhile, sophomore Jordan Evans, playing despite swelling in his knee, got two goals to key J-D’s decisive push, with Tim Edwards, Alex Hatem and McLaren Brady also finding the net to overcome Tim Birchler’s eight saves. Pat Brown, who along with fellow defenders John Sabert and Ryan St. Croix did a nice job of containment in the second half, did score a goal in the second half, as did Matt Schattner, and Connor Khammar added an assist, but it was not enough. Now the Wildcats will see how it reacts to a defeat when, on Wednesday night, it visits Corcoran (8-1), the same team it crushed 17-2 at home back on April 1. WG is back home Friday night to face Cicero-North Syracuse.
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Leave it to the wild Central New York weather to prevent the West Genesee boys tennis team from its attempt at ending the 194-match win streak of Fayetteville-Manlius. In fact, it snowed Thursday morning, and that, combined with the rains that inundated the F-M courts, has forced the showdown between the Wildcats and Hornets to take place later this season. Prior to that, though, the Wildcats did win twice. There was no looking ahead to F-M as, in last Monday’s home match against Hen-
ninger, the Wildcats took care of the Black Knights 7-0. Tyler Arnold, with a 6-1, 6-3 sweep of Nick Saralequi, began the singles push as Garrett Boleslav tore past Pedro Ramos 6-0, 6-1 and Connor Smith routed Nick Patnode 6-1, 6-0. Brent Boleslav went to doubles, helping Andrew Albert in a straight-set win. Combined, the teams of Erik Breault-Brett Smith, Kevin Jock Mike-LaValle and Sam Farchione-Anthony Stracqualursi lost just one game in six sets of work. It proved closer against Oswego on Tuesday afternoon, but once again the
Wildcats made it through, beating the Buccaneers 5-2. Both Billy Viau and Garrett Boleslav lost singles matches in three sets – Viau to Mike Hart 5-7, 7-5, 7-3, Boleslav to Matt Randall 1-6, 6-3, 7-5. But Brett Boleslav would put together a 6-4, 6-4 win over Austin DeMott. Arnold and Breault worked in doubles to beat Dylan Lavner and Stefan Mazuroski 7-5, 6-2. The teams of Albert-Smith, Jock-LaValle and Shane Heyn-Tanner McGuire all earned straight-set victories, dropping just four total games between them.
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Playing in some of the season’s worst conditions (high wind, cold temperatures), Westhill worked its way to a 7-6 halftime lead. As the game wore on, both teams were able to convert on the offensive end, but the Warriors had an answer every time the Gaelic Knights tried to surge. Mostly, that involved Rainone, who amassed a season-best eight goals, more than half her team’s total. Tripodi, with three goals and one assist, and Emily Mizer, with two goals, offered the support as Kiggins and Meg Dwyer earned single goals. Ludden had a well-balanced attack where Erannan Shattuck, Kat O’Hara and Nicole Granteed each managed three-goal hat tricks. Liz Tully added two goals and one assist as Gemma O’Kane and Jennifer Vazquez scored, too.
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Now trying to climb back to the .500 mark, the Westhill boys lacrosse team took a large step by going to Tully last Tuesday and ripping past the Black Knights 13-5. What was a close contest broke open in the second quarter, when the Warriors outscored Tully 5-1. Then it blanked the Black Knights much of the second half to allow for a cushion. John Zimmerman led with four goals and three assists. Owen Nicola and Alex Tripp both notched three-goal hat tricks at the forefront of an aggressive, balanced attack. Justin Selbach had a goal and two assists as Austin Webb and Luke Longo converted, too. Pete Valenti contributed an assist. Mark McAnaney stopped 12 of the 17 shots he faced. Still looking for its first
win of 2011, the Westhill girls team didn’t find it in last Tuesday’s trip to Cazenovia, taking a 19-8 loss to the Lakers. Throughout the game, the Warriors’ defense struggled, especially against Cazenovia star Gabby Jaquith, who amassed seven goals and five assists for 12 overall points. Two teammates, Becca Wheeler and Kaitlyn Button, finished with four goals and three assists. Meanwhile, only Brenna Rainone, who got four goals and one assists, got any consistent attack for the Warriors. Nicole Easterly scored twice and added an assist, while Molly Kiggins and Maggie Tripodi each had one goal. The Warriors looked again for that breakthrough Thursday, against Bishop Ludden, and finally got it, having to fend off a spirited resistance from the Gaelic Knights to prevail 15-13.
Other than the West Genesee boys lacrosse team’s showdown with Jamesville-DeWitt, both of the Wildcats’ sides zoomed through the school break week without any drama. The boys Wildcats began the tune-up by going to Central Square last Tuesday afternoon and dictated all the terms in a 19-1 victory over the Red Hawks. Central Square did not get on the board until the
fourth quarter, by which time the Wildcats had amassed a 17-0 lead and had its starters resting. Dylan Donahue, with seven goals, and Cody Hoose, with two goals and six assists, led the assault as Corey Herrington amassed five assists. Matt Schattner managed a three-goal hat trick, with Tim Barber (one goal, two assists), Ryan St. Croix and Brandon Dzwonkowski (one goal, one assist each) offered support. Connor 97 years of experience
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Khammar found the net twice as R.J. Tinklepaugh and Jake Darrow also scored. Then WG took apart Auburn 20-1 on Thursday afternoon. Unlike so many meetings between the two foes in the past, the Wildcats converted with ease during an 11-goal first quarter and, by halftime, had made it 16-0. In particular, Donahue and Hoose did what they wanted, as Donahue posted six goals and five assists and Hoose contributed five goals and three assists. B ehind them, Herrington and Andrew Brown both had three-goal hat tricks, while Barber earned four assists. Dzwonkowski put up a goal and two assists as Khammar and Schattner earned the other goals. See WG Lax, page 14
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WG boys track wins thriller over B’ville Two high-quality boys track and field teams from West Genesee and Baldwinsville got together on Wednesday afternoon at Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium and produced an instant classic full of close races and fine performances on both sides. Yet when it was done, it was the Wildcats pulling out a 72-69 victory over the Bees because it fared 10 points better in field events and, on the oval, was ready even for the best of B’ville’s effort. Take the 4x800 relay, involving WG’s quartet of Billy Gabriel, John DeLallo, Matt Byrnes and Matt Gonnella. The Bees, featuring Shaun Thompson, Alec Peinkofer, Andrew Fleming and Ethan Pacheck, set a school record with a time of 8:01.2 – but the Wildcats still won as DeLal-
lo, the anchor, crossed the finish line in 8:01 flat. On his own, Gabriel went under two minutes in the 800-meter run, prevailing in 1:58.7 to counter Thompson’s sweep of the mile (4:44.3) and 3,200-meter run (9:54.5). Meanwhile, in the sprints Sean Howard needed just 11 seconds to beat Rudy Sapp by half a second in the 100-meter dash, while Luke Potash prevailed in the 400-meter dash in 52.5 seconds. And in the 4x100 relay, Howard, Potash, Xander Perosa and Kesean Sparks won another tight race over B’ville, 45.3 seconds to the Bees’ 45.5. In those pivotal field events, Howard continued to stand out, winning the triple jump by going 37 feet 10 inches and matching B’ville’s Antonio Peck in the long jump, each with a best of 19 feet 8 inches. David Martin was first in the shot put with 41 feet
as Peter James, by clearing 11 feet in the pole vault, led a 1-2-3 sweep that amassed more important points. A day later, the West Genesee girls team hosted Baldwinsville, and it proved just as close – but this time the Bees prevailed, topping the Wildcats 74-67. Cold temperatures and lots of wind affected all the performances. But WG still swept the distance running as Laura Leff covered 1,500 meters in 5:00.8 and won the 800 in 2:24.9. Abby Kastick added a title in the 3,000-meter run in 11:51.8. Paige Copeland also won twice on WG’s behalf, going to first place in the 100-meter hurdles in 18.5 seconds and needing 1:09.9 for another win in the 400-meter hurdles. In field events, Erica Fitch took the discus with a throw of 83 feet 5 inches and Brianna Richardson put up a first-place triple jump of 28 feet 10 inches.
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also taught Religious Education. An animal lover, she was especially fond of her dogs. Surviving are her husband of 63 years, Donald E. Kelsey; children, Carol and Doug Kelly of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Don Kelsey of Syracuse and Steve and Gillian Kelsey of Edgewood, New Mexico; sister and brother-in-law, Phyllis and Edward Boyle of Savannah, Georgia; five grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Private graveside servic-
es were at the Gerald B.H. Solomon Saratoga National C e m etery in SchuyJoan V. Kelsey lerville. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to St. Camillus Foundation, 813 Fay Rd., Syracuse, NY 13219. Please share condolences at buranichfuneralhome. com.
2006; and his beloved dog, Snickers. The family would like to extend a special thank you to all of the staff at Hematology-Oncology Assn. of CNY, our “families” at VP Supply and Michaels Arts and Crafts and also to Hospice of CNY, for their extraordinary care and compassion. Surviving are his wife of 22 years, the former Cheryl Curnalia; daughter, Jennifer of Baldwinsville; sisters and brothers-in-law, Kathy and Steve Bunker of Cato, Linda Van Wormer of Mexico, Karen and Jerry Walker of Fulton, and Jacqui and Adam Paikin of Cicero; brother, Robert of Fulton; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Relatives and friends
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Even in the spring break, and even with cold, wet weather around most of the time, the Marcellus boys golf team still had time for a pair of matches at Tuscarora Golf Club that both proved successful. The Mustangs knocked off Jordan-Elbridge 208-223 in OHSL Liberty division action, led by Zach Anderson and Jon Felicia, who both posted 39 for nine holes. Jake Hutcheon, with a 42, provided the support as, for J-E, Aaron Iddings had the low individual total of 40, with Pat Hogan contributing a 42. Following this, Marcellus stayed at home and beat Whitesboro 204-211, a huge accomplishment in that it broke up the Warriors’ 19-match win streak. Ryan Bonk took charge, with a 38, while Anderson again posted 39 and Alec Mosher got a 40. All of them beat Whitesboro teammates Chuck Coppola and David Egresits, who matched totals of 41.
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Joan V. Kelsey, 83 Joan V. Kelsey, 83, of Camillus passed away Tuesday, April 12, 2011, at St. Camillus Health & Rehabilitation Center. Born in Denver, Colo. on Wednesday May 11, 1927, she was the daughter of Edward George Vance III and Angela Murry Vance. She lived in several places before moving to Camillus in 1957. Joan attended D’Youville College and was a former Girl Scout leader. She was a former communicant of St. Joseph’s Church and Holy Family Church where she
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Shirley Marie Holmes passed Dec. 16, 2011, in Florida. A celebration of life service: 10 a.m. May 21 at Eastern Hills Bible Church 8277 Cazenovia Road Shirley Holmes (Route 92), Manlius with reception after. She will be interned at 2:30 p.m. the same day at New Woodstock Cemetery.
Robert E. “Spit” Muldoon Jr., 84, of Camillus and formerly of Marcellus died April 15, 2011 at Loretto. Bob worked many years at LAB Corp. in Skaneateles. He was a WWII Navy veteran serving in the Pacific Theatre, and was a life member and past Commander of the Ralph Share American Legion Post 297, Marcellus. Bob was a member of the Marcellus Optimist Club and had been a coach and umpire for Marcellus Little League Baseball. He was a member of the Tanner Valley Monday Night Golf League and a charter member of the Marcellus Golf League. Bob played rec league softball and baseball with his brother-
in-law Sod Spinks. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and trapping with his brothers. Bob was predeceased by his first wife, the former Helen Campion in 1987; brother John E. Muldoon in 2005 and his sister Jean Caza in 2010. Surviving are his wife of 19 years Lee of Camillus; children Daniel (Anne) Muldoon of Marcellus, Nancy (Stephen) Martin of Syracuse and Kate (Gene) Penizotto of Liverpool; stepchildren Joni Gravina of Camillus and Jeffrey (Connie) Jenkins of Oregon; 11 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; brothers Donald, James, Paul and Gerald
Muldoon all of Marcellus; several nieces and nephews. Calling hours: 4 to 7 p.m. Monday April 25 with an American Legion Service held at 7 p.m., both at Ryan Funeral Home, 44 E. Main St., Marcellus. Services: 9 a.m. the following morning at the funeral home with a Mass of Christian Burial at 9:30 a.m. in St. Francis Xavier Church, Marcellus. Burial was at St. Francis Xavier Cemetery. Contributions may be made to Alzheimer’s Association, Kirkpatrick Day Program, 441 West Kirkpatrick Street, Syracuse, NY 13204.
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Mary A. Scripa, 87, of Camillus, passed away peacefully on Monday April 18, 2011, at University Hospital. Born in Syracuse on Thursday July 26, 1923, she was the daughter of Salvatore Settineri and Frances Puglisi Settineri. A lifetime resident of the Syracuse area, she was employed by B.G. Sulzle for 37 years, retiring in 2001. She was a communicant of Holy Family Church and enjoyed traveling and spending time with her family. Mary was predeceased by her husband of 33 years, Dominick A. Scripa, in May 1982; and brother, Joseph Settineri. Surviving are her sons and daughter-in-law, Randy Scripa of Camillus and Wayne Scripa and Julie Flanders of Marcellus; grandson, Nathaniel Scripa of Marcellus; sisters, Nancy Storto of Lyncourt and Frances Serrano of Manlius; brothers and sisters-in-law, Frank and Dora Settineri of East Syracuse and James and Jean Settineri of North Syracuse; sisters-in-law and brother-in-law, Grace and Mike Bandoblu of Syracuse and Mary Jane Donvito of North Syracuse; and several nieces and nephews. Calling hours: 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday April 20 at the Buranich Funeral Home, 5431 W. Genesee St., Camillus. Services were at 9:30 a.m. Thursday April 21 at the funeral home and at 10 a.m. in Holy Family Church with Deacon Nick Alvaro officiating a funeral service. Mary was laid to rest in Assumption Cemetery. Contributions in memory of Mary may be made to Golisano Children’s Hospital, c/o University Hospital, 750 E. Adams St., Syracuse, NY 13210. Please share condolences at buranichfuneralhome. com.
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week – but it only got one of them in, hosting Henninger a day after the B’ville win and avoiding a letdown by holding off the Black Knights 5-3. Steadily, the Wildcats built a 4-0 lead through three innings, only to have Henninger get back in it with three runs in the top of the fifth. WG countered with a run in the bottom of that frame, then saw John Fredette, pitching in relief of Sean Pisik, blank the Black Knights the rest of the way. Overall, Pisik gave up six hits, but still earned the win. Spencer, feeding off the late hit that beat B’ville, had two hits and two runs scored, while Mike Sgroi also managed a pair of hits as he, Salvagni and Erik Krohl earned one RBI apiece.
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Barbara J. Sessler, 61
West Genesee High School graduate Barbara J. Sessler, 61, of Camillus died suddenly on Thursday April 14, 2011, at Loretto. Born in Syracuse she graduated from West Genesee High School and had been a nurseâ€™s aide at the Jewish Home of CNY. Barb was a member of Immanuel United Methodist Church and enjoyed playing bingo, teddy bears, Elvis and a good laugh. She will be missed dearly by her family and all her friends at Loretto. She was predeceased by mother Marion M. Napier in 2003, her father Roy L. Sessler in 1950, her stepfather Donald A. â€œPeteâ€? Napier in 2009. Survived by two brothers Edward R. (Barb) Sessler of Hilton Head and Donald P. (Linda) Napier of Manlius; four nieces and nephews Alyssa and Morgan Napier, Marc
and Eric Sessler; three great-nephews Owen, Charlie and Luke Sessler. Services for Barbâ€™s friends and family: 2 p.m. Tuesday April 19 at the Loretto Chapel, 700 E. Brighton Ave. Syracuse, NY 13205. Arrangements by B.L. Bush & Sons Funeral Home, 10 Genesee St., Camillus. Burial will be in Maplewood Cemetery, Camillus. Barbara J. Contributions may be made to LoSessler retto Foundation or Immanuel United Methodist Church, 303 Kasson Rd, Camillus, NY 13031. Please sign her guestbook at blbush.com.
Ottar Emil Loland, 74
Owned Scandinavian Auto Inc. Ottar Emil Loland, 74, of Fairmount, passed away Saturday April 16, 2011, at home. Born in Stavanger, Norway on Thursday April 8, 1937, he was the son of Hans Kornelius Loland and Eli Kristine Olsen Loland. He was a 1961 graduate of Stavanger Tekniske Fagskole. He moved to the U.S. in 1963 and returned to Norway several times, having most recently settled in Fairmount in 1986. Passionate about cars, Ottar was a Volvo automobile mechanic. He owned Scandinavian Auto Inc. and was former owner of Swedish Auto Service. Ottar enjoyed spending time with his family, fishing and visiting his camp near Stavanger, Norway. Surviving are his wife of 47 years, the former Lynda Horton; son and daughter-in-law, Hans Petter and Cynthia
Loland of Seattle, Washington; daughters and son-in-law, Kristine Loland of Sturtevant, Wisconsin and Tanya and Ronald Ross of Lawton, Oklahoma; grandchildren, Christian and Alex Loland, Cameron and Nani Ross; brother, Kare Loland of Tananger, Norway; and several nieces and nephews here and in Norway. Ottar Emil Services were private. Arrangements Loland were by the Buranich Funeral Home, 5431 W. Genesee St., Camillus. Please share condolences at buranichfuneralhome. com.
Retired from Crouse Irving Memorial Hospital Camp Unz in 1947; and her father, Charles Unz in 1988. Surviving are her children, Lawrence J. Howard of Buffalo, Laurie Howard-Patnode and her husband, Randy Patnode of Baldwinsville and Linda and Steve Galaska of Syracuse; grandchildren, Catie Galaska and Sarah (Adam) Campbell; great-grandson, Jayden Campbell; several cousins; and her close friend from high school, Dorothy Smith Jacobson of Ft. Myers, Florida. Relatives and friends called from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday April 17 at Buranich Funeral Home, 5431 W. Genesee St., Camillus. Services were 11:30 a.m. Mon-
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Marcellus girls rise to top of state rankings By Phil Blackwell Granted, the Marcellus girls lacrosse teamâ€™s 12-11
win at Christian Brothers Academy on April 14 was an important one, increasing the confidence of a
squad with championship ambitions. But the Mustangs had no idea just how big the win
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was until the second state Class C rankings of the season were released early last week. Somehow, Marcellus had risen to the top spot, just where CBA had been a week ago. Yet the moment the Mustangs reached this milestone, it took a step backward, though last Tuesdayâ€™s 11-4 defeat to Liverpool could hardly be called a surprise. Next to West Genesee, Liverpool might be Class
Aâ€™s top team, a fact it reinforced on its new home turf against Marcellus by clamping down on the defensive side. No one, other than Nora Barry, was able to generate any kind of offense. Barry had three goals and one assist, with Emily Hennigan managing the other goal. And much of that came in the second half, after Liverpool held the Mustangs to one goal in the first 25 minutes. Nina
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In advance of Mondayâ€™s match against Class C power CBA, the West Genesee girls lacrosse team also unloaded on two overmatched opponents. It started at home during last Tuesdayâ€™s 23-3 destruction of Central Square. Gaining confidence with each outing, the Wildcats managed 15 goals in the first half alone, a high total that gave many different players a chance to shine. Erica Geremia, with four goals and one assist, and Mel Murphy, with three
Tassone led the Warriors with two goals and four assists, running a smooth attack that held the ball for long periods of time. Now the Mustangs, at 62 on the season, would rest, preparing for an unusual stretch this week where it would play three times in as many days â€“ a trip to Westhill on Wednesday, a visit to Jordan-Elbridge on Thursday, and finally a home game against Bishop Ludden Friday night.
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its first-half total to 18 in another one-sided affair. Datellas and Murphy each found the net four times, with Hart getting three goals and four assists and Geremia managing two goals and four assists. Hildebrandt, Shannon Hawley and Kerri Taylor had two goals apiece. Tripodi backed up her goal with three assists as Woofram, LaComb, Abby Connor and Natalie Anderson also converted.
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annual DIRTcar All-Star Weekend, which opens at 7 p.m. Sunday May 29. This marks the beginning of the Super Dirtcar Series. â€œMost dirt track venues have weekly racing,â€? Hachmann said. â€œRolling Wheels Raceway is set up for six special events, so these events are of larger magnitude than a weekly event.â€? For the first time, Rolling Wheels will offer live music at its events. â€œThereâ€™s always racing at the track,â€? Hachmann said, â€œbut weâ€™re trying to [give it more] entertainment value.â€? Beyond the racing there will be live music, a bounce house for kids and a variety of food at the concession stands, Hachmann said. â€œAnd then we have some
Jeff Hachmann great racing. Some of the best drivers in the country race at Rolling Wheels Raceway Park at these events.â€? Hachmann worked in marketing for NASCAR for 18 years; he compared his plans for Rolling Wheels to a NASCAR event. â€œItâ€™s a festival, and oh, by the way, thereâ€™s a race going on,â€? he said. Hachmann expects the increased entertainment value of this yearâ€™s events to boost ticket sales, as the
non-traditional race fan will now be able to participate. He said Rolling Wheelsâ€™ relatively new management staff is focused on reaching out to the community. He hopes regular event-goers and families looking for something to do on the weekend will choose dirt car racing. â€œIâ€™d like to have the community be involved in attending the event and kind of taking ownership of it â€Ś this is their home, they have big events right in their backyard.â€? Rolling Wheels is also focused on providing area businesses the opportunity for sponsorship at Rolling Wheels events, which Hachman feels will add excitement to the season. â€œI believe we have assets like billboards, group ticket passages, hospitality suites,
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Whatâ€™s in store for 2011 Featured divisions: Super DIRTcar Series Modifieds; DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds; Pro Stock/Stock Car Challenge
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â€˜The King of the Empire Stateâ€™ World of Outlaws Sprints at â€˜The Fast Trackâ€™ â€” Saturday Oct. 8 at 7 p.m.
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LEGAL NOTICE Legal Notice of Formation of Unite Two Design (“LLC”) Name: Unite Two Design LLC, Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State on November 10, 2010. Office location: Onondaga County. The Secretary of State has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process may be served. The address to which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process to: PO Box 221, Skaneateles, NY 13152. Last date to dissolve:10/01/ 2040. Purpose: Any lawful purpose. SK-16 Notice of Formation Excelsior Investigations L.L.C. Notice of Formation of a domestic Limited Liability Company (LLC). Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of NY on January 26, 2011. NY office location: Onondaga County. Secy of State is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. Secy of State shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC served upon him/ her to: P.O. Box 322 Camillus, New York 13031. Purpose: To engage in any lawful activity. EO-17 LEGAL NOTICE Public Meeting - Budget Hearing/Annual Election and Vote NOTICE is hereby given that the Board of Education of the West Genesee Central School District will hold a budget hearing on May 4, 2011 at 7:00 P.M. prevailing time at the West Genesee High School library and the budget and tax exemption report are available for the public to review. AND, notice is hereby given that the annual meeting and election of members of the Board of Education of the West Genesee Central School District, vote upon the appropriation of necessary funds to meet the estimated expenditures for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2011 and authorizing the levy of taxes, and vote upon any other propositions properly submitted will be held at the West Genesee High School auditorium lobby on Tuesday, May 17, 2011 between the hours of 6:00 A.M. and 9:00 P.M., prevailing time. AND, notice is hereby given that a statement of the amount of money which will be required for the ensuing year for school purposes and the exemption report may be obtained by any resident of the District during the fourteen (14) days immediately preceding the annual meeting, except Saturday, Sunday or a holiday, during the hours of 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. at each of the following school houses in which school is maintained: Camillus Middle School Stonehedge Elementary School East Hill Elementary School West Genesee Middle School Onondaga Road Elementary School West Genesee High School Split Road Elementary School The following vacancies on the Board of Education are to be filled: two (2) threeyear term positions due to the expiration of the terms of David A. Paczkowski and Deborah C. Simon; one (1) vacant position due to the resignation of Kathleen H. Pierson. The vacancy of Kathleen H. Pierson will be filled effective May 18, 2011 based on the election results on May 17, 2011. AND, notice is also given that petitions nominating candidates for the office of member of the Board of Education must be filed in the office of the Clerk of the District no later than April 18, 2011 between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M. Each petition must be
directed to the Clerk of the District, must be signed by at least 56 qualified voters of the District, must state the residence of each signer, and must state the name and residence of the candidate. AND, notice is hereby given that qualified voters may apply for absentee ballots at the office of the Clerk of the District, and a list of persons to whom absentee ballots have been issued will be available for inspection in the office of the Clerk of the District during regular office hours until the day of the election. AND, notice is hereby given that at said Annual Budget Vote and Election to be held on May 17, 2011, the following propositions will be submitted: Proposition 1 Purchase of Buses Shall the Board of Education of the West Genesee Central School District be authorized and directed: Shall the Board of Education of the West Genesee Central School District be authorized and directed to purchase eight (8) school buses for the fiscal year 2011-12 for a total sum not to exceed $864,610, and to pay such amount by the levy of a tax which may be collected in annual installments as provided by Section 416 of the Education Law; and in anticipation of such tax, obligations of said school district shall be issued? Proposition 2 Shall the West Genesee Central School District levy and collect a tax, pursuant to Section 259 of the Education Law of the State of New York, in the sum of $288,000.00 (which is an increase of $96,000.00 from the levy in effect from 2009-2010 in the sum of $192,000.00) for the continuing support and maintenance of the free library services offered to district residents by the public libraries historically supported by the residents of the West Genesee Central School District, with said monies to be apportioned as follows: Maxwell Memorial Library [Camillus] $117,000.00; Fairmount Community Library $117,000.00; Onondaga Free Library - $54,000.00? By Order of the Board of Education District Clerk Camillus, New York March, 2011 EO-19 NOTICE OF THE PUBLIC BUDGET HEARING, AND THE ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION OF THE WESTHILL CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT NOTICE is hereby given that the Public Budget Hearing of the Westhill Central School District (the “District”) for the purpose of discussion of the expenditure and budgeting of funds for the 2011-2012 school year will be held at the High School auditorium, 4501 Onondaga Boulevard, Syracuse, New York on Tuesday, May 10, 2011, at 7:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Saving Time (E.D.S.T.). NOTICE is also given that the Annual Meeting and Election to elect a member of the Board of Education, and to vote upon the propositions and appropriation of the necessary funds to meet the estimated expenditures for the 2011-2012 school year, by voting machine, will be held on Tuesday, May 17, 2011, at the Westhill High School auditorium foyer, 4501 Onondaga Boulevard, Syracuse, New York between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. (E.D.S.T.). NOTICE is also given that a copy of the statement of the amount of monies required for the 2011-2012 school year for school purposes, may be obtained on and after April 27, 2011 at the District Office and at the main office of each school building between 9:00 a.m. and 3:30
p.m. each weekday, except Saturday, Sunday or holidays. NOTICE is also given in accordance with Section 495 of the New York Real Property Tax Law, that the District shall prepare a Real Property Tax “Exemption Report” which shall show how much of the assessed value on the final assessment roll (utilized for the school tax levy) is exempt from taxation. This Exemption Report will be posted on the District’s web site and on District bulletin boards utilized for posting public notices. The Exemption Report will be annexed to any preliminary District budget, and shall become part of the final budget. NOTICE is also given that the following propositions will be submitted to the voters: Proposition 1 Vehicle Purchase Proposition Shall the Board of Education of the Westhill Central School District be authorized to purchase three (3) school buses and one (1) rotary mower at a total estimated cost not to exceed $354,000, including necessary furnishings, fixtures and equipment and all other costs incidental thereto, and to expend a total sum not to exceed $354,000, which is estimated to be the total maximum cost thereof, and to levy a tax for the foregoing in the amount of $354,000, which shall be levied and collected in annual installments in such years and in such amounts as may be determined by the Board of Education and in anticipation of the collection of such tax, to issue bonds and notes of the District at one time, or from time to time, in the principal amount not to exceed $354,000, and to levy a tax to pay the interest on said obligations when due? Proposition 2 Library Proposition Shall the annual appropriation for the Onondaga Free Library within the Westhill Central School District be increased from $65,000 to $95,000 such sum to be raised by the levy of a tax upon the taxable property of the District in accordance with Section 259 of the Education Law? NOTICE is also given that one member of the Board of Education will be elected due to the expiration of the term of Lisa O’Reilly. The candidate receiving the highest number of votes will be elected to a five-year term beginning July 1, 2011. NOTICE is also given that the candidate(s) for the office of Member of the Board of Education shall be nominated by petition. (A separate petition shall be required to nominate each candidate). Forms of petition may be obtained from the Clerk of the District at the District Office. The petition must be directed to the Clerk of the District, must be signed by at least 25 qualified voters of the District, must state the residence of each signer, and must state the name and residence of the candidate. NOTICE is also given that petitions nominating the candidate(s) for the office of Member of the Board of Education must be filed in the office of the Clerk of the District between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., but no later than 5:00 p.m. on April 18, 2011. PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that qualified voters of the District may obtain applications for an absentee ballot from the office of the Clerk of the District. Completed applications must be received by the Clerk of the District no later than 5:00 p.m. on May 16, 2011, and must be received no later than 4:00 p.m. on May 10, 2011 if the absentee ballot is to be mailed to the voter. Completed applications received after 4:00 p.m. on May 10, 2011 will require the voter to personally appear at the office of the Clerk of the
District to receive an absentee ballot. A listing of all persons to whom an absentee ballot is issued will be available for inspection by any qualified voter in the office of the Clerk of the District between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. through May 16, 2011, except on Saturdays, Sundays or holidays. DATED: March 21, 2011 Syracuse, New York BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION By: Patricia Ripley, District Clerk EO-19 NOTICE OF FORMATION Notice of Formation of Dyson Products LLC, Art. of Org. filed Sec’y of State(SSNY) 12/29/2010. Ofice location: Onondaga County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process: 3 Shotwell Lane, Skaneateles. NY 13152. Purpose: Manufacture of Food & travel products. SK-16 NOTICE OF FORMATION Notice of Formation of Millcraft Homes, LLC, Art. of Org. filed Sec’y of State (SSNY) 3/24/11. Office location: Onondaga County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to 25 East Elizabeth St., Skaneateles, NY 13152. Purpose: any lawful activities. SK-20 NOTICE OF FORMATION Notice of Formation of Heart 'n Hand, LLC, Art. of Org. filed Sec'y of State (SSNY) 2/8/11. Office location: Onondaga County.SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process: 4463 State Street Road., Skaneateles, NY 13152. Purpose: any lawful purpose. SK-14 VILLAGE OF ELBRIDGE NOTICE OF ADOPTED BUDGET PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the budget for the Village of Elbridge for the Fiscal Year 2011-2012 was adopted on April 4, 2011, and a summary of the adopted budget is available for public inspection in the Clerk’s office, 210 West Main Street, Elbridge, New York, during normal business hours. 4/13/2011 Renee M. Caron Clerk-Treasurer EO-16 NOTICE SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK COUNTY OF ONONDAGA SUMMONS AND NOTICE Index No. 2010-4486 Date Filed: 8/4/ 2010 JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association, Plaintiff, against Juanita Gibson-Watson; Gwendolyn Williams; Gloria Jackson; K.K. Watson; Lakeisha Watson; State of New York; New York State Crime Victims Board; Home Properties Harborside Manor LLC; Auburn Memorial Hospital; Midland Funding, LLC; New York State Department of Taxation and Finance; Any unknown heirs, devisees, distributees or successors in interest of the late Willis E. Watson, if they be living or if they be dead. Their spouses, heirs, devisees, distributees and successors in interest, all of whom and whose names and places of residence are unknown to the Plaintiff, and “JOHN DOE #1” through “JOHN DOE #10”, the last ten names being fictitious and unknown to the Plaintiff, 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 PROPERTY ADDRESS: 105 Ashworth Place, Syracuse, NY 13210 TO THE ABOVE NAMED
DEFENDANTS: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to answer the complaint in this action and to serve a copy of your answer, or a notice of appearance on the attorneys for the Plaintiff within thirty (30) days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service. The United States of America, if designated as a defendant in this action, may appear within sixty (60) days of service hereof. In case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. NOTICE OF NATURE OF ACTION AND RELIEF SOUGHT THE OBJECT of the above captioned action is to foreclose a Mortgage to secure $59,000.00 and interest recorded in the ONONDAGA County Clerk’s Office on 4/25/2003 in Book 13322 of Mortgages, page 297 covering premises known as 105 Ashworth Place , Syracuse, NY 13210. The relief sought in the within action is a final judgment directing the sale of the premises described above to satisfy the debt secured by the Mortgage described above. Plaintiff designates ONONDAGA County as the place of trial. Venue is based upon the County in which the mortgaged premises is situated. NOTICE YOU ARE IN DANGER OF LOSING YOUR HOME IF YOU DO NOT RESPOND TO THIS SUMMONS AND COMPLAINT BY SERVING A COPY OF THE ANSWER ON THE ATTORNEY FOR THE MORTGAGE COMPANY WHO FILED THIS F O R E C L O S U R E PROCEEDING AGAINST YOU AND FILING THE ANSWER WITH THE COURT, A DEFAULT JUDGMENT MAY BE ENTERED AND YOU CAN LOSE YOUR HOME. SPEAK TO AN ATTORNEY OR GO TO THE COURT WHERE YOUR CASE IS PENDING FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON HOW TO ANSWER THE SUMMONS AND PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY. SENDING A PAYMENT TO YOUR MORTGAGE COMPANY WILL NOT STOP THIS FORECLOSURE ACTION. YOU MUST RESPOND BY SERVING A COPY OF THE ANSWER ON THE ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF (MORTGAGE COMPANY) AND FILING THE ANSWER WITH THE COURT. Dated: August 3, 2010 Shapiro, DiCaro & Barak, LLC Attorneys for Plaintiff 250 Mile Crossing Boulevard, Suite One, Rochester, NY 14624 (585) 247-9000 Our File No. 10002208 Premises known as 105 Ashworth Place , Syracuse, NY 13210. All that certain property situate, lying and being in the City of Syracuse, County of ONONDAGA, State of New York. Section 048 Block 07 Lot 22.0 EO-19 NOTICE OF FORMATION Notice of formation of Seasons 52, LLC, limited liability company (LLC). Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of NY (SSNY) on 4/1/11. Office located in Onondaga County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC, 2476 West Genesee Turnpike, Camillus, NY 13031. Purpose: any lawful act or activity. EO-20 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TOWN OF MARCELLUS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that there has been presented to the Town Board of the Town of Marcellus, New York, on April 11, 2011, proposed Local Law No. 12011, titled, “A Local Law Amending the Town of Marcellus Zoning Law as Adopted by Local Law 62009 of the Town of
Marcellus.” Said Local Law, if enacted, will amend the Town of Marcellus Zoning Law, as adopted by Local Law 6-2009 of the Town of Marcellus, to reflect changes to permissible signage. The full text of said Local Law is on file at the Town Clerk’s Office at the Town Hall located at 24 East Main Street in the Town of Marcellus for inspection by all interested persons. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Town Board will hold a public hearing on the proposed Local Law at the said Town Offices on May 9, 2011, at 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, at which time all persons interested will be heard. DATED: April 11, 2011 KAREN R. POLLARD, Town Clerk EO-16 LEGAL NOTICE J&J REAL PROPERTY HOLDINGS, LLC, a domestic Limited Liability Company (LLC), filed with the Sec of State of NY on 3/ 31/11. NY Office location: Onondaga 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 The LLC, 305 Clark St., Auburn, NY 13021. General Purposes. SK-21 LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held by the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of Marcellus at the Town Hall, 24 East Main Street, Marcellus, New York on Monday, May 2, 2011, at 7:00P.M. on the following matter: The appeal of James Stapleton of Section 7, 6j of the Marcellus Zoning Ordinance for a Special Permit to allow a 30’ X 30’ accessory building in a Residential 1 zone at 3821 Rockwell Road, Marcellus, New York. Said Board Of Appeals will hear all persons in favor of or opposed to such a special permit. Persons May appear in person or by agent. Michelle Bingham, Chairperson Zoning Board of Appeals Town of Marcellus EO-17 LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held by the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of Marcellus at the Town Hall, 24 East Main Street, Marcellus, New York on Monday, May 2, 2011, at 7:00P.M. on the following matter: The appeal of Willie and Bev Werner of Section 6a of the Marcellus Zoning Ordinance for a side yard reduction of 3 feet from 15 feet to 12 feet on an existing nonconforming lot, to construct a new deck and pergola in a Residential 1 Zone at 4163 Bishop Hill Road, Marcellus, New York. Said Board of Appeals will hear all persons in favor of or opposed to such a variance. Persons may appear in person or by agent. Michelle Bingham, Chairperson Zoning Board of Appeals Town of Marcellus EO-17 NOTICE Name of LLC: G2 Suits, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with NY Dept. of State on 4/12/2011. Office Location: Onondaga County. Sec. of State designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served and shall mail process to principal business location: 102 Guilford Rd., Syracuse, NY 13224. Purpose: any lawful activity. EO-21 NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed bids for the following: MIDDLE SCHOOL COMPUTER SERVER ROOM AIR CONDITIONING AND FIBRE LINE
CONNECTIONS Will be received on or before 2:00 p.m.,Tuesday, May 3, 2011, in the Business Office of the Marcellus Central School District. They will be publicly opened and read May 3, 2011 in the Business Office of the Marcellus Central School District, 2 Reed Parkway, Marcellus, NY 13108 at the time indicated above. Any bids received after the time and date indicated above will be returned to the bidder unopened. All work bid must be completed on or before June 30, 2011. Information for bidders, specifications, and forms of proposal may be obtained at the Buildings and Grounds Office of the Marcellus Central School District, 2 Reed Parkway, Marcellus, NY 13108. Monday thru Thursday between the hours of 9:30 a.m. and 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., and Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 12:00 noon, except Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays. Anyone seeking additional information can contact Keith Watkins, Assistant Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds, at 315-6736031. The Board of Education reserves the right to waive any informalities in or to reject any or all bids, or to accept any bid which, in the opinion of the Board, will be in the best interests of the School District. Cheryl Gonzalez, District Clerk Board of Education Marcellus Central School District 2 Reed Parkway Marcellus, NY 13108 EO-16 NOTICE OF THE PUBLIC BUDGET HEARING AND THE ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION OF THE MARCELLUS CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT NOTICE is hereby given that the Public Budget Hearing of the Marcellus Central School District for the purpose of discussion of the expenditures and budgeting of funds for the 2011-2012 school year will be held at the William K. Groeling Auditorium, off North Street, Marcellus, New York, on May 10, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Savings Time (“E.D.S.T.”). NOTICE is also given that the Annual Meeting and Election to elect Members of the Board of Education, and to vote upon the propositions and the appropriation of the necessary funds to meet the estimated expenditures for the 2011-2012 school year, by voting machine, will be held on Tuesday, May 17, 2011 at the Marcellus Central School District at the William K. Groeling Auditorium between the hours of Noon and 9:00 p.m. (E.D.S.T.). NOTICE is also given that a copy of the statement prepared by the Board of Education of the amount of monies required for the 20112012 school year for school purposes, may be obtained on and after April 27, 2011 at the District Office and at the main office of each school building between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. each weekday except Saturday, Sunday or holidays. NOTICE is also given in accordance with Section 495 of the New York Real Property Tax Law, that the District shall prepare a Real Property Tax “Exemption Report” which shall show how much of the assessed value on the final assessment roll (utilized for the school tax levy) is exempt from taxation. This Exemption Report will be posted on the District’s web site and on District bulletin boards utilized for posting public notices. The Exemption Report will be annexed to any preliminary District budget, and shall become part of the final budget. NOTICE is also given that the following propositions will be submitted at the same annual meeting and election:
PROPOSITION #1 B U D G E T PROPOSITION Shall the Board of Education of the Marcellus Central School District be authorized to expend the sums set forth in the amount of $29,993,883 for the 20112012 school year and to levy the necessary tax therefore? PROPOSITION #2 SCHOOL BUS PROPOSITION Shall the Board of Education of the Marcellus Central School District (the “District”) be authorized to purchase one (1) seven/eight passenger van at an estimated cost of $17,867.00; and three (3) twenty-nine passenger buses at an estimated cost of $214,069.28; and one (1) sixty-six passenger bus at an estimated cost of $106,159.99 for a total cost not to exceed $338,096.27, and to obtain the necessary funds by the levy of a tax upon the taxable property of the District to be collected in annual installments in the years and in the amounts as the Board of Education shall determine in accordance with Section 416 of the Education Law, and in anticipation of such tax be authorized to issue up to $338,096.27 of obligations of the District? NOTICE is also given that two members of the Board of Education will be elected due to the expiration of the terms of Julie Brissette and Lisa Valentine. The two candidates receiving the highest number of votes each will be elected to three year terms. NOTICE is also given that the candidates for the office of Member of the Board of Education shall be nominated by petition. A separate petition shall be required to nominate each candidate. Forms of petition may be obtained from the Clerk of the District at the District Office. Each petition must be directed to the Clerk of the District, must be signed by at least 25 qualified voters of the District, and must state the name and residence of the candidate and the residence of each signer. NOTICE is also given that petitions nominating candidates for the office of Member of the Board of Education must be filed in the office of the Clerk of the District between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, but no later than 5:00 p.m. on Monday, April 18, 2011. NOTICE is also given that qualified voters of the District may obtain applications for an absentee ballot from the office of the Clerk of the District between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays. Completed applications must be received by the Clerk of the District no later than 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 10, 2010, if an Absentee Ballot is to be mailed to the voter. Applications received after 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 10, 2011, will require the voter to personally appear at the office of the District Clerk to receive an Absentee Ballot. All applications must be received by the District Clerk no later than 4:00 p.m. on Monday, May 16, 2011. PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that all Absentee Ballots must be received by the District Clerk no later than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 17, 2011. A listing of all persons to whom an Absentee Ballot has been issued will be available for inspection by any qualified voter in the office of the Clerk of the District between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays, through Monday, May 16, 2011. Dated: April 19, 2011 Marcellus, New York By Order of the Board of Education Marcellus Central School District By: Cheryl Gonzalez, Clerk of the District EO-19
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Other than a third-inning run, McAvoy kept Penfield off the board, giving up just four hits and two walks while amassing 10 strikeouts in a complete-game effort. Nathan Nigolian’s home run in the first inning put Westhill in front 1-0. After Penfield tied it in the third, the Warriors had to wait until the sixth to pull ahead for good, Graf racing home on Pena’s sacrifice fly. Nigolian and Graf both had three hits, with the rest of the team settling for three hits combined. Bishop Ludden was idle until Thursday, then went to Chittenango and endured the wind and cold temperatures to bash the Bears 14-3. Solvay made it out to the field last Tuesday to face Little Falls, and put together a 4-1 victory over the Mounties. Ronn Bidwell pitched 5 1/3 innings and got the win as he, combined with reliever John Savo, amassed 17 strikeouts against just four hits. They also got early support as Solvay scored three runs in the top of the first inning off Nate Antonacci’s bases-clearing double and never trailed. Antonacci added another RBI double in the fifth as
By Phil Blackwell Through a split of last week’s games, the Jordan-Elbridge girls lacrosse team started to get an up-close look at the top Class C contenders – and found that it wasn’t that far away. On a wintry Thursday afternoon, the Eagles confronted state Class C no. 3-ranked Christian Brothers Academy at Alibrandi Stadium and put up a good battle in a 16-9 loss to the Brothers. In fact, late in the first half it was tied, 3-3, thanks to goals by Ella Thorpe, Kelsey Youmell and CarrieJo Farrugia. But CBA finished the first half on a 6-0 run, all done within 10 minutes, and expanded the lead to 12-3 before J-E made a late push. Thorpe finished with four goals, matching CBA teammates Marisa Romeo and Sophie Racciatti for top individual honors. Youmell added a three-goal hat trick as Amanda Wheeler posted one goal and one assist. Goalie Kelsey Richardson, bound for Syracuse next year (and watched on this day by SU head coach Gary Gait), made 10 saves. Before all this, J-E did an effective job on the defensive side in last Tuesday’s 10-3 victory over Bishop Ludden. Through a low-scoring first half, the Eagles held the Gaelic Knights to a single goal, which gave the attack enough time to launch a late push that made the game a bit more lopsided. Youmell led J-E with four goals, more than the entire Ludden squad. Thorpe, with a goal and three assists, and Wheeler, with a goal and two assists, offered the support as Emily Bates and Chelsea Maitland each scored twice. In defeat, Ludden goalie Meg Farrell recorded 10 saves, the same as Richardson. Kat O’Hara had two of the Gaelic Knights’ three goals, with Erannan Shattuck earning the other. On the boys end, Jordan-Elbridge rallied at Onondaga and forced overtime, but still took a 15-14
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loss to the Tigers. From the time OCS opened on a 6-2 run, J-E was trying to catch up. By going on its own 6-3 push through the third period, the Eagles did tie it, 12-12, and played on even terms through a tense final period. Going into overtime, J-E nearly won it, only to see Tigers goalie Peter Taaffe make a point-blank stop. Moments later, Mark Mayer, off a feed from Anthony Heer, beat Noland Michaels for the gamewinner. Gale Thorpe still had six goals on J-E’s side, with Mo Town scoring four times. Tyler Richardson managed three goals and two assists, with Derrick Cheney earning the other goal. Zach Stevenson earned two assists. Colin Sorber (five goals) and Gary Bova (two goals, four assists) led OCS’s push. On Thursday, J-E hosted Tully. Again, it was close, again the Eagles had a chance – and again it lost by a single goal, this time 12-11 in regulation. Unlike the OCS game, though, J-E led most of the way, going up 4-2 after one period and nursing that slim margin over the game’s middle stages. The Black Knights caught up, 9-9, by the end of the third quarter and outscored the Eagles 2-1 in that final frame. Here, Gale Thorpe led both sides with five goals and one assist as his brother, Matt Thorpe, also had a goal. Town scored twice, adding an assist, with Stevenson managing a goal and two assists. Richardson and Aurie Schwarting both had one goal and one assist. The boys Eagles (1-6) meet Manlius-Pebble Hill and LaFayette this week as J-E’s girls take its shot at Marcellus, who had the top spot in the latest state Class C rankings, on Thursday afternoon, two days after a visit to Clinton.
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Jordan-Elbridge did play within the OHSL Liberty division last Monday afternoon, unable to get on the board in a 7-0 defeat to Skaneateles. Leland Holmes pitched most of the way, giving up single runs in the second, third and fourth innings before Skaneateles broke it open with four runs in the fifth. All the Eagles could manage was four hits against Skaneateles pitcher Ryan Prochna, who amassed 14 strikeouts. Nick Berwind, Sean Cooper, Tom Albring and Pat Kelly earned those hits. But the Eagles rebounded Thursday to beat Onondaga 4-3, ending a season-opening six-game skid in dramatic fashion. J-E was tied, 1-1, and getting a great pitching performance from Matt Gasparek (six innings, 12 strikeouts and just two hits allowed) when in the top of the seventh the Tigers moved ahead with a pair of runs. Yet the Eagles countered by getting three runs in the bottom of the seventh to pull out the win. Brennen Barrigar had two hits and an RBI, with John Quinn scoring a pair of runs. Holmes and Liam Corfield got one RBI apiece.
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Knights, Brown recorded a season-high seven points (two goals and five assists), one shy of her career-high, as the Golden Eagles defeated Oswego 17-3 Saturday afternoon for Brockport’s fourth straight win. The Green and Gold also routed RIT 15-4 on Friday afternoon as Brown scored three goals. Brown, a two-year member of the varsity team, leads Brockport with 26 goals, 18 assists and 44 points. She has scored on 53.1 percent of her shots this year.
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MANLIUS SENIOR CENTRE Saturday, April 30th, 9am-1:30pm 1:00 Bag Sale Manlius Village Auditorium Books, jewelry, toys, antiques, and more. PREVIEW SALE: April 29th, 5:30-6:30pm, $5.00
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Selling estates from Oxford, Norwich, Ilion & Sherrill making a nice selection of country antique furnishings along with mah., oak, Victorian, etc. for every room plus a wide asst. of collectibles, country pcs., over 20 oriental rugs, art, & more. Enjoy your Sat. night with us. Terms: Cash, Check â€“ Standard 10% Buyers Premium - Major Cards- 12% Buyers Premium We gladly accept quality items daily â€“ estates â€“ collections â€“ On-Site auctions â€“ Free Consultation Celebrating our 25th year of successful auctions â€“ We make every auction an event.
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A â€œcanâ€™t missâ€? sale of art, antiques, collectibles and unique and interesting items; includes a Steinway piano, paintings and collages by local artists, antique Ainsley bone china service for 8, Lenox Chesapeake service for 8, gold samovar, jewelryâ€”both antique and costume, quilts, clothes, some exercise equipment. Refreshments all day long. Saturday, April 30, 10 am â€“ 5 pm. 2381 Fairbanks Road, New Woodstock. From Caz, take Rt. 13 South for 7 miles; left on Rt. 80; right on School St.; right on Webber; left on Fairbanks.
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Behind Wegmans West Taft Rd. 1, 2, 3 Bedroom Apartments All Utilities Included. 451-3110 or 451-5011
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SPRING RATES Country Inn & Suites Route 20, Cazenovia
Please call for rates: (315)655-9101
Village of Cazenovia 1-2-3 Room Offices Shared Secure Space
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1 & 2 bdrms. starting at $825 heat & hot water incl., hrdwds, FM schools.
1 Bedroom Senior Citizens (age 62 or older) or a permanent mobility impairment where you receive a Social Security disability. Must qualify under income guidelines. Non-handicapped units available now. Call now to view an apt. or have us send you an application. Subsidized Units -Rent is based on your household income.
3 Bdrm Ranch 11/2 Full Tile Bathrooms, 1 car garage, electric door opener, full cellar, paved driveway, nice backyard, all copper pipes, all thermal windows, all appliances, excellent condition.
SUBURBAN PARK APTS.
HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER
A block from the park/river, efficiency, luxuriously furnished. All utilities. Parking. Working adult. NO PETS!
Oneida Housing Authority
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House For Sale
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Service Directory Sell it local, sell it fast! To place an ad, call Chelsea Dorado 437-6173 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Garage Doors
Blacktop Paving & Sealing
MID-STATE DOOR, INC.
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AUTO â€˘ HOME â€˘ BUSINESS 6 Southgate Rd (off Rte 690 & 31)
635-9795 â€˘ BALDWINSVILLE
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Hunt's Painting Interior/Exterior Painting Staining & Pressure Washing
F I R E W O O D
Mixed season hardwoods, $45 a facecord, better price for larger loads, immediate delivery 383-4474
D.R. WHITNEY, JR CONTRACTING
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Seasoned or Unseasoned Delivered. 623-9553 or 437-6264. Over 35 yrs. in business!
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20 yrs. experience. Dependable & Reliable w/many long term references. Reasonable rates. Call Sue at 635-9282
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Mitchellâ€™s Construction Solutions
Bruce 315-258-9365 315-730-6370
Great Prices, Fully Insured, Free Estimates 40 Yrs. experience (315) 652-3773 Residential Commercial
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We clean out your junk, NOT NOT your your wallet! wallet! Attics, basements, garages, Attics, basements, garages, yards - almost anything! yards - almost anything!
Located near Great Northern Mall Fully Insured, Free Estimates, Referral Program
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505 Factory Ave., Syracuse Garage Doors & Openers Featuring Amarr Garage Doors & Specialty Carriage House Sales, Installations & Service
New digouts, resurface, repair or seal driveways, parking lots, roads, etc. Free estimates. Call Al LaMont, anytime,
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