Community Press - August 2023

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Apalachin Lions Mobile Food Pantry - Aug. 30

Foodbank Of the Southern Tier and the Apalachin Lions will hold their August WALK-UP Mobile Food Pantry on Wednesday, August 30, from 10:00 to 11:00 am at St. Margaret Mary’s Church, 1110 Pennsylvania Avenue in Apalachin.

Pre-registration is required. Register Tuesday, August 29, at 8:30 am until full (currently limit of 100 registrations) If you register, please attend. Register by calling 2-1-1 or on line at Bring a cart or bags to carry the food.

Tioga Chamber of Commerce’s Spot Light on Business & Non-Profit

The Tioga County Chamber of Commerce chose Labrador Lumber Company as its Business Spotlight for the month of July 2023. Located at 32 Mill Street in Berkshire, Labrador Lumber Company provides quality wood components and friendly service. Visit their web site at https://

The Tioga County Chamber of Commerce chose Casa Trinity for "Spot Light on Nonprofits" for July 2023. Casa Trinity is at 72 North Avenue in Owego. For more information, visit their web site at

The 164th Tioga County Fair in Owego kicks off on Tuesday, August 8, at Marvin Park Fairgrounds, 50 W Main Street. Admission gates open at 2:30pm, rides at 4:00pm, and the Painted Pony Championship Rodeo begins at 7:00pm at the grandstand.

Wednesday’s and Friday’s grandstand attraction is the fan favorite demolition derby at 7:00pm both nights. The kids Powerwheels Derby is Friday at 6:00pm.

On Thursday at 7:00pm, for the first time ever its the ATV and Dirt Bike Rodeo. This obstacle course competition is for local ATV and dirt bike riders alike. The Dash for Cash is a barrel race for local horse riders that is also at 7:00pm on Thursday. Winners for all these events will earn cash prizes.

Saturday is full of fun all day with the truck and tractor pulls. The “Out of the Field Farm Stock” pull begins at 1:00pm. The New York Pullers Truck and Tractor pull is at 7:00pm, both events at the grandstand. There is also a truck pull category for stock 4x4s. The public is encouraged to register for any and all of these events, competitions and more.

The Gillette Family Midway is back

with top notch rides and amusement. The not-to-be-missed 4H and FFA projects, competitions and auctions continue all week long at the cattle barn area. The Tioga County Fair arts and crafts area is chock full of competitions for all Tioga County residents. Be sure to check the premium book to discover how to enter your creation. Also included is the Exotic petting zoo, air rifle range, 4H Clover Cafe, numerous vendor displays and more. All inclusive Admission is $15 daily for everyone.

The entire schedule of events, registrations forms and contests and rules is at

Free Ice Cream Social & Game Night -Aug. 10

An Ice Cream Social and Game Night will be held on Thursday, August 10, at 6:30pm at the Park Terrace United Methodist Church at 30 Glann Road in Apalachin.

Everyone is encouraged to bring family and friends for an evening of fun, fellowship, and delicious ice cream and games.

Tioga County Fair! August 8 - 12, 2023
Andy & Son Barber Shop and the Confection Connection, Lake St., Owego are getting a face lift.



Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10:30am

Join Miss Wendy for read alouds, singing, playing, dancing, and crafts. Tuesday and Thursday each week are the same theme. Storytime will take a short break after the August 24 program and will resume September 12.

Zen before Zzzzs

Tuesdays, 6:30pm

Grab your yoga mat and join yoga instructor Sheehan Shotwell for an inspiring yoga practice each week.

Evening Book Club

Thursday, August 10, 6:30pm

Readers will be sharing books they’ve recently read and putting together a list of books to discuss for September through December.

Apalachin Library Board Meeting

Tuesday, August 15, 6:15pm

Members of the community are always welcome to attend.

Afternoon Book Club

Thursday, August 17, 1pm

Readers will discuss “The Paris Apartment,” a locked-room thriller by Lucy Foley. Place a hold for this book in the catalog or find it on Libby as an eBook or audiobook. The September book will be “The Name of the Rose” by Umberto Eco.

Beach Party, Stuffy Sleepover

Thursday, August 17, 6:30pm

Ever wonder what happens at the library when the doors are closed? Bring your favorite stuffy for a special Pajama Storytime. Then kiss your stuffies good night and leave them at the library for a Beach Party Stuffy Sleepover. The librarians will take lots of pictures so you know what adventures your stuffy got up to at the library. Drop off your stuffy on Tuesday, August 15, between 10am and 7pm, or Thursday, August 17, between 10am and 7pm if you can’t make it to Pajama Storytime. Pick up your stuffy on Friday, August 18 or Saturday, August 19 between 10am and 2pm.

Crocheting for Beginners

Saturday, August 19, 10am-12pm

Learn to crochet a fall scarf in this single-stitch crochet class for absolute beginners. All materials will be provided, but space is limited and registration is required. To register, stop by the library or call 625-3333. Participants must be at least 13 years old.

AspireHope NY

Tuesday, August 22, 10am-12pm

Are you in need of help or support?

Stop by the library to meet with a representative from AspireHope. AspireHope NY, Inc. is a peer-run nonprofit organization supporting individuals with social, emotional, behavioral, mental health or developmental challenges and their families. The agency delivers independent peer services, support groups, parent and caregiver education, respite care and more to individuals and their families to achieve wellness and develop natural supports.

Tioga Opportunities

Tuesday, August 24, 10am-12pm

Stop by to meet with a representative from Tioga Opportunities. Services include financial education and stability, health and wellness, safe and affordable housing, and community awareness.

STEAM Night at the Library

Thursday, August 24, 6-8pm

Celebrate everything STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math). There will be five fun stations featuring Legos, circuit boards, magnetic building tiles, balloon-powered cars, and a construction fort. Light refreshments will be available. Children must be at least 4 years old and registration is required.

BOGO at the Book Barn

All books in the Book Barn are “buy one, get one free” this month. Starting September 1st, $5 bags are back for good. There is also a new LARGE PRINT section in the Book Barn.

Mahjong, Bridge, or Pinochle?

If you are interested in playing Mahjong, Bridge, or Pinochle, let a librarian know so a group can be formed.

Vacation Bible School inApalachin

Summer Fun Week -August 13-17

Vacation Bible School for children pre-K through 6th Grade will take place Sunday, August 13, thru Thursday, August 17, from 6:00 to 7:30pm at the Apalachin United Methodist Church, 303 Pennsylvania Avenue in Apalachin.

On Sunday, August 13, Therapy

Dogs will visit from 6:00 to 7:00 pm.

Monday through Thursday, children will learn about kindness, friendship and unity through Bible stories, crafts, games, snacks and fun.

For more information, contact Pastor Leon at (607) 239-2537.

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Catholic Charities of Tompkins/Tioga Back to School Party - August 21


Open at 10626 State Route 38, Newark Valley (next to Stoughten Farm)

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As our local students are in the midst of enjoying their summer breaks, some parents are starting to mentally calculate the necessary cost of back-to-school shopping. Catholic Charities of Tompkins/Tioga (CCTT) in partnership with many other organizations and agencies is stepping up to make sure students have everything they need to be ready for the first day of school.

On Monday, August 21, the nonprofit is hosting their annual Back to School Party for everyone in the community to enjoy. This event will be held on the Tioga Central School campus at 27 Fifth Avenue in Tioga Center, from 12:00 Noon to 2:00 p.m.

Last year, CCTT provided 250 backpacks and thousands of school supplies to our local families. “This year, we are expecting many more families,” says Tioga Outreach Center Coordinator, Patrick Aquilio. “With the unprecedented and steady increase in the requests for our emergency financial services and our food pantry visits, we are estimating at least a 50% increase in the attendance for this event based on these numbers alone.”

School-aged children from Pre-K to high school can pick out a free backpack and any needed school supplies. Matt from Andy & Sons Barbershop and students from the BOCES Cosmetology program will be providing some free haircuts this year. The Tioga

County Sheriff’s Department will be on hand to provide Operation Safe Child IDs. Activities like cornhole, crafts, face painting, and other fun games will be provided as well as information and resources from many local organizations that will be participating.

This year’s Back to School Party is once again sponsored by a generous grant from M&T Bank.

Students must be present to receive a backpack and supplies.

This event is organized and hosted by Catholic Charities. Any student and family from Tioga County is welcome to attend this completely free event.

If your organization or group would like to participate in this event, or if you’re interested in volunteering, contact Michelle McLaren.

The mission of CCTT is to support all people in need and advocate for social justice and human dignity in partnership with the Diocese of Rochester and the greater community. CCTT works in partnership with local human service agencies, community coalitions, local faith communities and interfaith groups, addressing gaps in service in a collaborative fashion, to respond to urgent needs of individuals, families, and the community. CCTT has a history of helping all those in need with great empathy and compassion.

At the TiogaArts Council

cil’s Youth Gallery.. Gracie is 12-years-old and has started a new small business called Gracie’s Gallery. Gracie hopes starting a business will allow her to save money, buy better supplies, and improve her drawing, sketching, and painting skills.

Stop.Look.Listen, an exhibition of sculpture by Rebecca Dunn-Penwell and Photography by James Dunn, is on display until August 26 at Tioga Arts Council’s main gallery.

The Tioga Arts Council is at 179 Front Street in Owego, and is open Wednesday to Saturday, 12 Noon to 4:00 pm.

“Sweets & Beasties: A solo Exhibition by Gracie Ousterout” is on display until August 26 at the Tioga Arts Coun-

For more information, contact Tioga Arts Council at 607-687-0785 or, or visit

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A volunteer helping to hand out backpacks during last year’s Back to School Party.

Owego Hose Team Reclaims CNY and Gavin Elected VP

Owego Hose Team places 1st at annual hose races.

The Owego Hose Team won the coveted Central New York firematic hose racing title at the 129th Annual Central New York Firefighter’s Association (CNYFA) convention held last month in Homer, NY.

The races are timed events where firefighters test their skills. Teams of five members must connect nozzles to hoses, hoses to hoses, and hoses to the fire hydrant, and knock down targets in the quickest time. The team had been practicing for the competition on Delphine Street the past two weeks. The Hose Team led the competition where firefighters test their skills scoring first places in the Ladder, Wye and Straight Lay Races. Team members included Mike MacNaughton, Joe Morabito, TJ Mead, Tim Gavin, and Patrick Gavin. Race times for Owego were as follows:

First (1st) Place Ladder Race - Owego

Hose Team - 14.05 seconds.

First (1st) Place Wye Race - Owego

Hose Team - 24.15 seconds.

First (1st) Place Straight Lay RaceOwego Hose Team - 18.09 seconds.

Hose races improve basic firefighting skills.

CNYFA Members also elected Owego Hose Team Captain and 28-year Life Member of Croton Hose Company #3 of the Owego Fire Department, Patrick Gavin, as its First (1st) Vice President. The two-year term puts Gavin in line to be President of the CNYFA in 2025. Gavin was first elected Second (2nd) Vice President in Owego in 2021.

The last time a member from the Owego Fire Department held the Office of President for the organization was 70 years ago when Floyd Angel was elected in 1953. Mr. Angel and Gavin’s grandfather Girard served together as Members of Owego’s Susquehanna Hose Company #1 and worked at the A&P in Owego.

Representing 20 counties comprised of 500 fire departments, CNYFA serves the volunteer fire and emergency medical services of Central New York, through education, legislation and recognition while building camaraderie with its members and partners.

SeekingApplications for Floyd HookerYouth Fund

Sayre, PA-The Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers (CFTT) is seeking applications for grants that will benefit the youth of Tioga County, New York. These grants will be awarded from the Floyd Hooker Youth Fund at the Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers. The 2023 amount available to grant is $20,225. This is open to governmental or non-profit organizations that benefit the youth of Tioga County, NY.

Floyd Hooker was a resident of Owego who dedicated a portion of his estate to benefit the children and youth

of Tioga County, NY.

An application may be obtained from CFTT’s website, or by contacting CFTT at or by calling CFTT at (570) 888-4759. You may also write to CFTT, 104 W. Lockhart St., Sayre, PA 18840.

The deadline for filing an application is Thursday, October 12th by 5:00 PM. The 2022 grant recipients must have completed their grant report before a new application.

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50 YearsAgo August 1973

It’s August 1973. President Nixon accepts full responsibility for Watergate abuses because they occurred under his administration.

Vice-President Spiro Agnew is under investigation for taking kickbacks from contractors. Agnew says the charges are lies.

James Bonner, a biologist with the California Institute of Technology, predicts that within two or three generations babies will be conceived in test tubes on a mass scale. He also predicts genetic selection and engineering, cloning of farm animals, and committees formed to select human genotypes to perpetuate.

The Kremlin refuses to allow “Sesame Street” to air in the Soviet Union.

Jack Nicklaus wins his 3rd PGA title.

The U.S. ends the bombing of Cambodia.

Because of the national energy crisis and rising fuel costs, the government asks auto makers to tell buyers of 1974 cars how many miles to expect from a gallon of gas.

Secretary of State William P. Rogers resigns. Nixon plans to nominate Henry Kissinger to the position.

In London, doctors use the first CAT scan.

John Ford, director of movies such as “The Quiet Man” and “Stagecoach,” dies in California.

New York Telephone Company’s office in Binghamton hires two male operators - the first regular male operators.

A fire at the F. R. Stair Company lumber yard in the Village of Owego destroys the sawmill and two trucks.

The beef shortage causes some grocery stores to ration beef.

Tioga County farmers say that 1973 is the best year they can remember.

The Tioga County Legislature unanimously votes to let the Owego Scamps gymnastics club use the gym in the basement of the former Owego Junior High

School. The club hopes to build a new building.

By 1990, Tioga County is expected to grow 40%, and have 67,250 people.

Contractors repairing the Court Street Bridge ask for a one-month extension for completion.

The Tioga County Fair gets off to a rainy start. Featured events of the fair include the Demolition Derby, Hell Drivers Thrill Show, and the Blue Ridge Quartet. Admission is $1.50.

The Tioga County Legislature is reluctant to spend money for a four-color tourist brochure. One legislator says, “It doesn’t seem to me that tourism is Tioga County’s wave of the future.”

A 9.8 mile stretch of Route 17 opens between Nichols and Waverly, completing over 250 miles of four-lane highway between Orange and Stueben Counties.

The Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena is officially dedicated. It is billed as one of the best recreational facilities in the nation. Its builder, Edward J. Nezelek, states, “The Arena is a building which will be useful for the next 40 or 50 years, the same as any other building.”

Broome County considers raising its sales tax to 7%.

Ten thousand people attend the 2nd Annual Airport Day at the Tri-Cities Airport which features the Red Devils Precision Aerobatic Team, glider demos, and radio-controlled model airplanes.

Tuesday TV shows include “Maude,” “Temperature’s Rising,” “Hawaii FiveO,” and “Marcus Welby, M.D.”

Movies playing in local theaters include “The Neptune Factor,” “The Sound of Music,” “Battle for the Planet of the Apes,” and “Romeo and Juliet.”

Top tunes include “The Morning After” by Maureen McGovern, “Delta Dawn” by Helen Reddy, and “Bad, Bad Leroy Brown” by Jim Croce.

And “Back-to-School” shoes feature platform soles, chunky heels, and bump toes. Ads for the shoes claim that they are “a great shoe with cuffed pants.”

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Shady Strong - ALSAwareness BBQ Competition and Music Festival -Aug. 26

Richford, N.Y. – On August 26, 2023, Shady Strong, an ALS Awareness Nonprofit Organization, will hold a familyfriendly event at Rawley Park in Richford, NY, starting at 10:00 am. All proceeds will benefit ALS Awareness initiatives and help emotionally and financially support Southern Tier families and Upstate NY Veterans. Whether ALS has touched your life or you are just looking for a great way to spend the day supporting a good cause, this event will be filled with fun.

Shady Strong - ALS Awareness BBQ Competition and Music Festival will kick-off at 10:00 am, with live music, food trucks, chicken BBQ by the Owego Hose Team, Cornhole tournaments, vendors, raffles, BBQ Competition, Veteran -owned companies, and more. Tickets are $20 (kids under 12 are free) and can be purchased at Some of this year’s raffle prizes include signed baseballs and other sports memorabilia by players on the Kansas City Royals and New York Mets, a Yeti cooler, a Saratoga getaway, and many other items donated by local businesses. Raffle tickets are $5 each. You do not have to be present to win. Tickets for select

items can be purchased online.

Live music will be provided by Simmerin’ Stew, Dean Goble Band, Donna & The Mystics, The Renegade Ramblers, and the Horseshoe Lounge Playboys.

Shady Strong originated in 2019 and was inspired by Robert J. Shady, who was diagnosed with bulbar onset ALS on May 23, 2018, and passed away 18 months later on October 23, 2019, at the age of 75. Bob proudly served his country in the United States Army during the Vietnam era with the 57th MP Company stationed at West Point. Those in military service are more likely to develop ALS than those in the civilian population. ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease after the famous baseball player was diagnosed, is a nervous system disease affecting brain and spinal cord nerve cells. ALS causes loss of muscle control over time, eventually leading to the loss of the ability to move, speak, eat, and breathe. There is no cure for ALS at this time.

Visit the Shady Strong website for more information on the event and to learn more about ALS.

The Eighth Regular Meeting of 2023 of the Tioga County Legislature will be held at 12 Noon on Tuesday, August 15, in the auditorium of the County Office Building, 56 Main St. in Owego.

All Committee Meetings and Legislative Worksessions will be held in the

Legislative Conference Room.

Individuals requiring any accommodation or auxiliary aid may contact the Legislative Office at (607) 687-8240. With advance notice, necessary auxiliary aids will be provided at no cost to the person requesting assistance.

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