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Lights on the River - December 1
The holiday spirit will sparkle in Tioga County on Friday, December 1, as historic Owego celebrates Lights on the River from 5:00pm to 9:00pm.
It’s an evening of fun and merriment, live entertainment, food, shopping, holiday lights, and the evening ends with a fireworks display over the river.
12th Kiwanis Club Ornament
The Kiwanis Club of Owego is proud to present its 12th ornament featuring the Owego Strawberry Festival. It is available now and makes a great gift.
The ornament can be purchased through Van Horn Jewelers on Lake Street, or Community Bank (Owego Office). The cost is only $20 which includes a display case. Van Horn Jewelers will include, at no charge, a name and date engraving. Most of the previous ornaments are still available and include: The Court House (#1), Fireman's Statue (#2), SaSaNa Loft Monument (#3), Court Street Bridge (#4), Central Fire Station (#5), Owego Hiawatha Island (#6), OwegoApalachin School Spirit (#7), Civil War Monument (#8), River Row (#9), Lake Street (#10), and Coburn Free Library (#11). All profits are returned to our community.
Apalachin Lions Annual Winter Coat Drive The Apalachin Lions are collecting clean, useable winter coats now until November 19. The coats can be left at St. Margaret Mary’s Church on Pennsylvania Avenue in Apalachin (on the table at the right as you exit Mass), at the Apalachin United
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Methodist Church at 303 Pennsylvania Avenue, at the Apalachin Library on Main Street during regular hours, or at Johnson’s Pools and Spas on Rt 434 in Owego. The Apalachin Lions thank you for your help.
Tom Canfield, local Newark Valley artist, is putting the final touches on a mural of “The Wizard of Oz” at Hollenbeck Foods in Newark Valley.
Celebrate the Season with O’Tannenbaum Holiday Showcase
The Tioga History Museum in Owego opened its 21st annual O’Tannenbaum Holiday Showcase on Saturday, November 4. You are invited to visit and bid on the more than 100 trees, wreaths, and other items up for silent auction.
The O’Tannenbaum Holiday Showcase runs through December 16 2023, Tuesday-Saturday, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. It is closed on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 23. For more information, call 607-6872460 or send an email to email@example.com.
Veterans Day 2023 at Owego VFW Owego/Tioga County’s traditional Veterans Day 2023 will take place at 11:00 am on Friday, November 11, in the Glenn A. Warner Memorial Hall of Owego VFW Post 1371 Veterans of Foreign Wars on Main Street in Owego. The program will begin with the Presentation of the Colors by the VFW 1371 Honor Guard. St. Patrick’s/Blessed Trinity Deacon and Honor Guard Chaplain Michael Donovan will offer the invocation and benediction. Guest speak-
Veterans Day Ceremony November 11, 11:00 am At the Owego VFW Post 1373
ers will talk about the significance of Veterans Day. There will be more: Vietnam Veteran Lew Sauerbrey will read the iconic poem “In Flanders Fields.” VFW Auxiliary’s Dorolyn Perry will share the “Red Poppy” story. The program will conclude with benediction, a moment of silence, and the retiring of the colors. For program suggestions contact VFW Post 1371 Veterans Day Chairman Jim Raftis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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719 Main Street, Apalachin, NY • 607-625-3333 Mon, Tues, Thurs 10am-7pm; Fri, Sat 10am-2pm • www.apalachinlibrary.org Mahjong 60 Years Later, What really Happened? Mondays, 2pm-4pm Thursday, November 16, 6pm Don’t know how to play this tile-based To commemorate the 60th anniversary game? Don’t worry, you can learn. No of the assassination of President John F. registration is necessary, and everyone is Kennedy, discuss your own theory (or welcome. just listen to others’ theories) about what Storytime really happened on that fateful day in Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10:30am November 1963. The library has a list of Join Miss Wendy for read alouds, singbooks to read if you’re interested - ask at ing, playing, dancing, and crafts. the desk. Refreshments will be provided. Tuesdays with Tech Teacher Tina Tuesdays, Nov 7&21, 11:30am - 1:30pm and Tuesdays, Nov 14&28, 5 - 7pm Do you need one-on-one help on the computer? Stop by during Tina’s office hours.
Makerspace Saturday, November 18, 10am-12pm Make a holiday stocking. This free program is open to everyone. Space is limited. Registration is required. Call 625-3333 or stop by to register.
Zen before Zzzzs Tuesdays, 6:30pm Grab your yoga mat and join yoga instructor Sheehan Shotwell for an inspiring yoga practice. No registration is necessary, and all are welcome.
Library Board Meeting Tuesday, November 21, 6:15pm Members of the community are always welcome to attend.
Evening Book Club Thursday, November 9, 6:30pm “Snow Falling on Cedars” by David Guterson is set on the fictional San Piedro Island in 1954, this book is about the murder of a respected fisherman in a close-knit community and the Japanese American man accused of killing him. Place a hold for this book in the catalog or find it on Libby or Hoopla. Veterans Day November 10 & 11 The library will be closed on Friday, November 10, and Saturday, November 11 for Veterans Day. Afternoon Book Club Thursday, November 16, 1pm The novel “The Broken Girls” by Simone St. James is set in Vermont in 1950 and 2014. It is about the deaths of two girls on the haunted grounds of a boarding school. Place a hold for this book in the catalog or find it on Libby.
Thanksgiving Thursday, Nov. 23 & Friday, Nov. 24 The library will be closed on November 23 & 24. Apalachin Lions Annual Coat Drive Until November 19 The library is one of the drop-off sites for clean, useable winter coats for those in need. Drop off coats now until Nov. 19. The library is also accepting handknit and crocheted hats and scarves for those in need. Adult Computer Literacy Class Monday, November 27, 5-7pm The topic of this two-hour class is yet to be determined but based on feedback. Registration is required, stop by the library or call 625-3333 to reserve your spot. Book Barn Specials November Danielle Steel books are “Buy 1, get 1 Free” and children’s books are “Buy 1, get 2 free!”
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Community Bank to Close Owego Branch
Community Bank, N.A. announced last month that it plans to close its Owego branch located at 50 West Main Street effective January 19, 2024, and consolidate its services with its branch in Nichols, located at
41 east River Road. Other nearby branches of Community Bank are at 23 Riverside Drive in Johnson City and 702 South Meadow Street in Ithaca.
Cookie Sale - December 2 A Cookie Sale will be held on Saturday, December 2, 10:00 am to 1:00 pm at the American Legion, 263 Front Street in Owego. A variety of homemade cookies will
be sold by the pound. There will also be a quilt raffle at the sale. All proceeds will go to the Tioga County Rural Ministry.
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Mobile Food Pantry in Apalachin - Nov. 22 The Apalachin Lions and the Foodbank of the Southern Tier will hold a Walk-Up Mobile Food Pantry on Wednesday, November 22, 10:00 am to 11:00 am at St. Margaret Mary’s Church, 1110 Pennsylvania Avenue in Apalachin. Bring a cart or bags in which to carry the
food. Pre-registration is required. Register Tuesday, November 21, 8:30am until full. There is currently a limit of 125 registrations. To register, phone 2-1-1 or go to www.foodbankst.org/cfd If you register, please attend.
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Happy Thanksgiving, friends by Jill Darling Fifteen members of the Triple Cities Ski Club (TCSC) who are residents of Broome and Tioga Counties, picked up debris along eastbound and westbound lanes of Rt 17 between the Vestal and Endicott exits on Sunday, October 15. TCSC has participated in the AdoptA-Highway program since 1996, cleaning up this section in the spring and fall since TCSC member Carol Brugger began the effort and organized it for around ten years. Donna Creamer, from Tioga County, has worked at every single cleanup since its inception—that’s 55 times. She talks trash, according to her teasing friends.
This year she bagged a deer! Not really—she came upon a dead deer and simulated shooting it with her trash grabber. “You never know what you’re going to find,” said organizer Eileen Hanrahan, whose volunteers have found broken car parts, boxes of wall tiles, a mattress and a sex toy! Afterward, the group goes out to a local restaurant for breakfast. This year’s pick was Take-A-Break, which was a well-deserved break after their labor of love to benefit the safety of the community. For more information about TCSC’s year round activities go to www.triplecitiesskiclub.com.
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The Hose Team’s Motor Hose Truck called the “Purple People Eater” Due to the overwhelming success of its “Purple People Eater Takeover” of Glen Park Vineyards last year, Owego Hose Teams, Inc. is bringing the event back on Friday, November 10. Located on Allen Glen Road in Owego, Glen Park Vineyards is the perfect venue for the celebration of all things Hose Team purple. Celebrity guest bartenders will be serving New York based wines and beers from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm with musical guests the Latimer Lee Band. The event is open to the public with proceeds benefitting the Hose Team Amoskeag Steam Fire Engine project. The Purple People Takeover features several well-known Owego faces. Guest bartenders include Abbey Ortu, formally of Tioga County Economic Development with Brandon Smith of Scott Smith and Son; Julia Dodge of VFW Post #1371; Eric Nichols, past bartender at Metro’s, Whistle Stop, Dugout and White Tails; Bob Powell with Bob Powell Entertainment; and Shelly Worthing with daughter Meredith Sagor. The Latimer Lee Band will provide classic rock hits. In the 1950s Owego Hose Teams paraded around in a vehicle named the “Purple People Eater,” a retired hearse.
The “Purple People Eater” was replaced in the 1970s by the Hose Team with another retired hearse called the “Goofy Grape.” Today the Hose Team has a Motor Hose Truck affectionally called the Purple People Eater in tribute to the 1950s vehicle. Purple and Gold are the official colors of your championship Hose Team and patrons of the Takeover are encouraged to wear the Hose Team colors.
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At the Apalachin Lions dinner on October 11 are Lion Terry White, Lion President Gerry Strazik, Madeline Hefferman (Owego Free Academy), and Jay Ratterree (Vestal High School). The Apalachin Lions, in conjunction with its parent organization, Lions Clubs International, is sponsoring a sophomore student from Owego Free Academy and Vestal Senior High School to participate in the regional Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY) workshop to be held in the spring 2024
The Apalachin Lions believe that HOBY will benefit the participant as well as his/her peers, the school, and the community at large. Ask your guidance department Jennifer Farrell at Owego Free Academy, and Rebecca Martino at Vestal Senior High School, about HOBY.
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It’s November 1973. President Nixon predicts the worst energy crisis since World War II and proposes “Project Independence” to make the country selfsufficient in energy resources by 1980. Nixon proposes reducing highway speed limits, lowering thermostats, and rationing gasoline. In a televised speech, the President states, “I have no intention whatever of walking away from the job I was elected to do.” Speed limits in New York State are lowered to 50 mph. England’s Princess Anne, 23, marries Captain Mark Phillips, 25, in a televised ceremony at Westminster Abbey. An 18-minute segment is missing from one of the Watergate tapes. U.S. District Judge John J. Sirica asks for the immediate custody of all the Watergate tapes. Senator Edward Kennedy is among the thousands of people who visit the grave of President John F. Kennedy on the 10th anniversary of the assassination of JFK in Dallas. Marjorie Wallace, 19, is crowned Miss World in London. Miss Wallace was crowned Miss USA at a recent pageant held in Binghamton. Due to the energy crisis, President Nixon rations home heating oil, cuts back deliveries to gas stations, bans the sale of gas on Sundays, imposes a 50 mph speed limit for autos and a 55 mph speed limit for buses and trucks, prohibits Christmas lights outside homes and businesses, and bans inside and outside commercial lighting when businesses are closed. During a televised question-andanswer session in Orlando, Florida, President Nixon says, “People have got to know whether or not their President is a crook. Well, I’m not a crook. I’ve earned everything I’ve got.” Nixon’s secretary Rose Mary Woods testifies that she caused the 18-minute
gap in the tape recording when she pressed the wrong button on the tape recorder. In Owego, construction begins on the new First City National Bank. Alfred J. Libous is re-elected mayor of Binghamton. Doris Scott and William Bennet are elected to the Town of Owego Council. Residents in the Town of Newark Valley vote to make it legal to sell alcohol in the town for the first time since Prohibition. However, the Town of Berkshire will remain dry. WSKG holds its second annual auction to raise money. The four-day auction features items such as a 1974 Pinto, a Twilight Zone script donated by Rod Serling, and a steel engraving from President Nixon; and raises over $19,000. Montgomery Wards celebrates its Grand Opening at the Oakdale Mall in Johnson City. The store has 85,000 square feet of selling space, a 16-bay auto service center, a cafeteria, and a bake shop. In response to the energy crisis, the Tioga County Legislature’s Building and Grounds Committee directs all county departments to keep their thermostats at 68 degrees. Top tunes in the Southern Tier include “Top of the World” by the Carpenters, “Angie” by the Rolling Stones, “Photograph” by Ringo Starr, and “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” by Elton John. Friday night TV shows include “Sanford and Son,” “The Brady Bunch,” “Calucci’s Department,” “The Odd Couple,” “Room 222,” “The Girl with Something Extra,” “The Dean Martin Comedy Hour,” and “The Brian Keith Show.” Movies playing in local theaters include “The Way We Were,” “Charley Varrick,” “M*A*S*H,” “Fantasia,” “American Graffetti,” “That Darn Cat,” and “The Deadly Trackers”
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Rent is based on income for qualifying persons 62 years old or older or disabled of any age. 19 Orchard Street, Spencer, N. Y. 14883 Office: 607-589-4630 TDD 800-662-1220 Owego VFW Post 1371 with its Auxiliary and Owego Hose Teams, Inc. are hosting Monte Carlo Night on Saturday, November 11, from 7:00 to 11:00 pm. The event will take place at the Owego VFW Post 1371 Hall, 207 Main Street in Owego. A donation is asked at the door, but $10 is recommended. Proceeds will be split by the hosting organizations. The Hose Team will use funds to support its 1866 Amoskeag Steam Fire Engine restoration and Steamer House project. The VFW uses funding for a variety
of community programs including its annual Christmas party and movie for area children. Games will include Black Jack, Big Six Wheel, Beat the Dealer, Money Wheel, Chuck-of-Luck, 50/50, and Turkey/Ham Raffle. Food, drink, and entertainment will be provided. DJ Tom Donovan, Jr. of Flat Rats Adventures will be spinning your favorite tunes of today and yesteryear. The Hose Team, VFW, and VFW
Auxiliary host two Monte Carlos each year in the Spring and Fall.
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