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Pictured above: Traci Gibson, center, with her sisters, Terry (left) and Tami (right) from Traci’s Hope 2005
The 9th Annual Traci's Hope Fund Raiser will be held on Saturday, October 6, from 12:00 Noon until 6:00 pm at the Apalachin Field Day grounds in Apalachin. All proceeds from the event will benefit those fighting breast cancer in Broome, Tioga, and Susquehanna Counties. The event features a BBQ, music, raffle table, and lots for the children to do. The event will take place rain or shine. Cost is $12 for adults and $5 for children ages 6 to 12. Traci's Hope is a non-profit organization founded by Traci Gibson who knew firsthand the difficulties of keeping finances afloat while
dealing with breast cancer. Traci wanted to ensure that she was helping many people even after she was gone. To date, Traci's Hope has helped hundreds of people, all of them here in our local communities, just as Traci wanted. With the community support, Traci's Hope has been able to increase the monetary amount given to each recipient. When Traci's Hope first started, they were able to give each recipient $500. Now they grant each recipient $1,000. Traci's family would like to thank you for supporting her dream to help others afflicted with breast cancer in some way.
Tioga United Way Starts 2012-13 Campaign The Tioga United Way held its 20122013 annual campaign kick-off on September 13 at the Tioga County Boys and Girls Club. Partner Agencies and businesses attended the buffet dinner hosted by the Tioga County Boys and Girls Club to announce the 2012-2013 Campaign goal of $300,000 and hear first-hand accounts of Tioga United Way’s positive impact upon four Partner Agencies: A New Hope Center, ACCORD, Southern Tier Alternative Therapies, and the Red Cross.
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Barbara and Ken Bohling of Owego were recognized for being the first individual donors. The Community Care Network of Nichols was recognized as the first Partner Agency to have 100% employee participation in the upcoming campaign as a pacesetter organization. If you do not donate through a workplace campaign and would like to make a gift to Tioga United Way, mail your donation to Tioga United Way, 24 State Route 96, Owego, NY 13827; or call (607) 687-4028 with your credit card information.
Newark Valley Apple Fest to Include Dancing
At this year's Newark Valley Apple Fest on October 6 and 7, you can enjoy watching Morris Dancers: the BF Harridans on Saturday and Heartwood Morris of Ithaca on Sunday. On October 6 watch, learn, and join the Binghamton English Country Dancers and an Irish group, An Fainne Ban. On October 7, try Contra Dancing with Ted Crane and the O'Shanigans. . You can also enjoy apple desserts, costumed demonstrators, traditional
crafts, apple cider making, live bands, a gift shop, black powder shooting, kids’ activities, great food, free house tours, and lots of apples. For a complete schedule visit www.nvhistory.org. The Apple Festival takes place Saturday and Sunday, October 6 and 7, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm in Newark Valley. Cost is $6 adults; $4 students/seniors; $18 family rate. Free parking.
Candor Fall Festival - Oct 5, 6, and 7 Mix in scarecrows, quilts, wood carvings, baked goods, tours, yard sales, a 5K race, a variety of other great experiences and you have the 2012 Candor Fall Festival. The annual event, sponsored by the Candor Chamber of Commerce, will take place Columbus Day Weekend, October 5, 6, and 7 throughout Candor. New this year is the scarecrow contest which is open to all Candor residents and organizations. Businesses and organizations throughout Candor will sponsor open houses, bake sales, a 5K run, a community sing, antiques, yard sales, dinners, special sales and more. The 17th annual quilt show will be at the EMS Building on Main Street and the popular woodcarvers show will be at the Candor Fire Station on Owego Road. Other popular events include the Iron Kettle Farm Spooktacular Display; goat farm
tours, goat cheese, wine tasting, antiques, crafts, and an atlatl contest at Side Hill Acres Goat Farm on Spencer Road; anniversary celebrations; campground tours at Aspen Family Campgrounds; open houses at Tioga State Bank, The Petal Pusher, Millpond Antiques, Route 96 Power & Paddle and the American Legion Post. Yard sales will be sponsored at Warner’s Stoker Stoves site on Owego Road and by the Candor Chamber at 228 Owego Street. Punk’s Place will have special dining and a DJ. There will be a boiled dinner at the Episcopal Church. There will be a bake and book sale at the Candor Free Library and a 10th anniversary celebration at Pucky Huddle Delight on Owego Road. Fall Festival Brochures are available throughout Candor or at www.candornychamber.org/wpcontent/uploads/2012/09/FallFestival-Brochure.pdf
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A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony was held on September 26 at the Calaboose Grille, a new restaurant at 176 Main Street in Owego. An Open House followed the ceremony. The Calaboose Grille, located in the historic old Tioga County Jail Building, features a full bar, indoor and outdoor seating, heated patio and jail-cell dining. Their new American cuisine features
fresh made-to-order food with local and seasonal ingredients, salads, gourmet sandwiches, fresh burgers, pasta, steaks, homemade desserts and more. The Calaboose Grille is open Monday through Thursday, 11:00 am to 9:00 pm; and Friday and Saturday, 11:00 am to 10:00 pm. Visit their web site at www.calaboosegrille.com.
Apalachin Lions Club News Sight Night Sight Night places the focus on giving this Halloween. This year, some kids will collect more than candy on Halloween. They’ll help Give the Gift of Sight by gathering used eyeglasses while they trick-or-treat in our community. Apalachin Lions along with Tioga Hills and Apalachin Elementary School will be collecting glasses from October 22 through November 1. The used eyeglasses they collect will be recycled and hand-delivered by Lens Crafters and Lions Club volunteers to people who can’t afford them in developing countries such as Mexico, Bolivia, Laos, and Thailand. Look for your used eyeglasses and sunglasses in every nook and cranny of your home or place of work. Someone may come to your door looking for all types of prescription and nonprescription glasses. Children’s glasses are especially in need, as they are in high demand but in short supply. Whether they are big or small, fashionably ‘in’ or ‘out,’ your glasses could change how
someone in a developing country sees the world. If the “ghouls and boys” don’t make it to your house on Sight Night, have no fear. Used eyeglasses can be dropped off year-round at all Lens Crafters stores or the Apalachin Lions Club. Runners Wanted - 5K Walk/Run The Apalachin Lions Club is hosting its Inaugural 5K Walk/Run on October 20, 2012. It will be held at the Apalachin Fireman’s Field Day Grounds at 10:00 am with Registration opening up at 9:00 am. The race will help to benefit the Apalachin Lions Club Activities Fund, with all proceeds going back into the Apalachin/Little Meadows Communities. The entry fee for this is event is $18 (pre-registration and includes an official race T-shirt) and $20 (day of the race, with limited T-shirts available); also a small snack will be available after the race. There will be prizes awarded to the Over winner, Top Male, Top Female, and several different ago brackets. There will also be a Kids Fun Run during the race. Immediately following the 5K run the Apalachin Fire Department will be hosting its annual fall Open House with a Chicken BBQ starting at 12:00 Noon on the grounds. For more information about the run, visit www.apalachinlions.com or email Lion Jake Brown at email@example.com. Tioga County's
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From left, Deb Schaaf as Linda Loman, Ryan Kay as Happy Loman, Greg Fusare as Willy Loman, and Stephen Marquardt as Biff Loman in the TiAhwaga Community Players' production of the classic 'Death of a Salesman.' Photo by John Dudak. The Ti-Ahwaga Community Players will present Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman October 5, 6, 7, October 12, 13, 14, and October 19, 20, 21 at the TiAhwaga Performing Arts Center, 42 Delphine Street in Owego. Death of a Salesman revolves around the last days of Willy Loman, a failing salesman, who cannot understand why he didn't win success and happiness. Through a series of tragic, soulsearching revelations of his life we discover how his quest for the 'American Dream' kept him blind to the people who truly loved him. "There is no questioning the fact that Death of a Salesman is a timeless and classic work," director James Osborne said. "The writing of Arthur Miller, one of America’s most distinguished playwrights, contains several layers of family dynamics and social commentary as vibrant, relevant and powerful today as it was at his writing of the play in 1948. The challenge of directing this play is in presenting Willy Loman, the common man, with all of the deep emotions evoked by his troubled family relation-
ships while surrounded by the power of business and competition." The cast includes Greg Fusare as Willy Loman, Deb Schaaf as Linda Loman, Stephen Marquardt as Biff Loman, Ryan Kay as Happy Loman, Stan Zawatsky as Charley, Reidan Pitarresi as Bernard, Stacey Jo Oropello as The Woman, Doug Benish as Howard Wagner, Scott Douglas as Stanley, and Kate Hoy as Miss Forsythe. Shows start at 8:00 pm on Friday and Saturday and at 2:00 pm on Sunday. General admission is $18. Friday admission for students with ID cards is $10. Sunday admission for seniors 60 and over is $15. Fine wines, beers, soft drinks and snacks are available to enjoy at your table during the show, and there isn't a bad seat in the house. The show is underwritten in part by Keith A. Nichols, MD, PLLC, and Levene, Gouldin & Thompson, LLP. To reserve seats, call the Ti-Ahwaga Performing Arts Center at 687-2130 and log on to www.tiahwaga.com for more information about the center.
Campville Fire Wire Pancake Breakfast We invite you to join us for our Annual Fall Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, October 14, from 8:00 am to 11:30 am. As always we will be serving pancakes, French toast, home fries, scrambled eggs, sausage, coffee, tea and juice for a free will offering. The ESS group will be holding a bake sale and a raffle. Fire Prevention Week October 7 through 13 is Fire Prevention Week. This year’s motto is, “Have 2 Ways Out”. Children become disoriented and scared during a fire and it is im-
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The front (left) and back (right) of this year's Owego Kiwanis Christmas Ornament which features the Tioga County Courthouse. A special ornament for the holiday season featuring the Tioga County Courthouse is available through Owego Kiwanis Club members, Community Bank (Owego Office), Tioga State Bank (Fifth Ave Office), or at VanHorn Jewelers on Lake Street in Owego. The ornament is the first in a planned
series of Owego scenes. The cost is $15 which includes a display case. All profits are returned to help the children of the community. VanHorn Jewelers has offered to include, at no charge, name and date engraving if desired. Hurry, they are going fast!
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Serving Tioga & Broome County For over 20 years! Tioga Opportunities Executive Director Kathleen Horner was presented with a plaque on September 6, 2012, honoring Tioga Opportunities for their commitment to community wellness by implementing a comprehensive tobacco free policy in June at all of their properties. The plaque was presented by Robin Baker, Coordinator of the Tobacco Free Tioga program at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tioga County.
Tax-Aide Volunteers Needed for 2013 Season The AARP Tax-aide program needs volunteers to support the free income tax preparation assistance for the elderly and low-income families. The commitment is from February 1 to April 15, 2013, at locations around Broome County. Volunteers do both Federal and New
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A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony was held September 14 at the new showroom of Chris White Home Improvements, at 1120 Rt 434 (Johnson's Pools and Spas Plaza) in Owego. The business is owned and operated by Chris White and his wife, Irene. Their services include flood restoration, remodeling, building high quality structures, custom tile work, finished basements, handicapped modifications, decks, installing windows, siding and doors, water filtration system, and bathroom remodels. Call them at (607) 689-3005 or toll free 1-888-896-7706. They are open seven days a week, Mon - Sat 8:30am to 5pm, and Sun 11am-3pm. www.chriswhitehomeimprovements.com
Vestal Schools Recognized Vestal Hills Elementary School was one of the 269 schools recognized on September 7 by U. S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan as 2012 National Blue Ribbon Schools based on their overall academic excellence for making progress in improving student academic achievement levels. Vestal Hills Elementary School was one of the schools awarded this distinction, as an Exemplary High Performing School.
Vestal High School was recognized as one of the high achieving Reward Schools by the NYS Department of Education under the state’s Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) waiver. New York State Commissioner John B. King, Jr., identified 250 school in 164 districts as high achieving and high progress schools Reward Schools in an announcement on September 6, 2012.
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Tioga Business Show 2012 - October 4 The Tioga County Chamber of Commerce invites the community to join them as they host their Annual Business Show -Tioga Business 2012! The event will be held Thursday, October 4, at the Owego Treadway Inn and Conference Center. The show opens at 9:30 am and ends at 4:00 pm. An Official Opening Ceremony will be held at 10:00 am with a Ribbon Cutting to kick off the event. The theme of the show this year is “Hats Off To Business” and recognize the contributions business makes to our community. New businesses are participating along with others who have participated since the first event in 1999. Several restaurants will offer food samples throughout the day. The Binghamton Senators are bringing the inflatable Slap Shot Den, selling chances for everyone to enjoy and proceeds benefit the Tioga County Boys and Girls Club.
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Music will be provided throughout the day by harpist, Grace ScarpinoStoutenburg and pianist Rick Pedro. A Business Resource Center will provide information, and counselors will be available to help with questions. Leadership Tioga is hosting a raffle for locally raised beef. In the afternoon, Lawler’s Liquors is hosting a wine tasting featuring Glenora Wineries along with other New York State Wines. A break out session sponsored by The Partners Insurance and Excellus BCBS will present a Health Care Reform Update: How will this affect your business? Sessions will be held from 11:00 am to 12:00 Noon, and again from 1:30 to 2:30 pm. The business show is open to the public and there is a cost for attendance this year. Tickets may be purchased at the Chamber for $1 until October 3. Tickets may also be purchased at the door for $2.
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A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony was held on September 14 at Taylor Garbage Service's new state-of-the-art, no-sort Recycling Facility at 5730 Route 434 in Apalachin. An Open House was held after the ceremony. Taylor Garbage Service, a local family-owned company, and their subsidiary company, Southern Tier Recyclers, came together to create the new facility which will be operated by Southern Tier Recyclers. The 30,000 square foot Sin-
gle Stream recycling facility includes both mechanized and hand sorting for maximized material recovery from the waste stream. The specialized sorting and identification equipment allows the plant to process up to 25 tons an hour of mixed recyclable materials. The advent of this facility will allow for expansion into new territories and the opportunity to bring recycling to areas that do not currently enjoy a recycling program of any kind.
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A riding accident around Noon on August 22 resulted in a young 4-H girl's horse running away. The horse, named Ghostie, is a flea bitten grey (almost white with little brown freckles all over), about 14 hands (small horse/large pony sized). He may still be wearing a black synthetic saddle, and a light brown bitless bridle. The accident occurred in Apalachin, in the vicinity of McFall Road, McFadden Road, Rhodes Road, the power lines, etc. The horse was tracked to the Apalachin Creek the day of the accident but, has NOT been seen since that day. He may be very shy and scared. He could be anywhere in the vicinity of Pennsylvania Avenue, near Chestnut Ridge in Apalachin, all the
way cross-country to Montrose Turnpike in Owego where he lives. If you see Ghostie, or see any signs of him, or if you have any clues as to where he may be, call Susan (607) 972-5523, Holly (607) 687-1601, or Karen (607) 239-0229.
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Artificial Christmas Trees Needed If you are thinking of discarding or selling your artificial Christmas tree, please consider donating it to the Tioga County Historical Society Museum. The museum's annual holiday event, O Tannenbaum, depends heavily on artificial trees to raise money and provide extra cheer for the community. Many of
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Community Calendar OCTOBER 5, 6 & 7 Candor Fall Festival - October 5, 6, and 7 - Quilts, Wood Carvings, 5K Race, Atlatl Contest, Book Sale, Antiques, Craft/Flea Markets, Food, Entertainment. and much more. www.candornychamber.org OCTOBER 6 - SATURDAY Traci's Hope Fundraiser - Oct 6, Noon to 6pm, at Apalachin Field day grounds in Apalachin. BBQ, Music, Raffles, Kids' activities. $12 adults, $5 ages 6-12. Rain or shine. Motorcycle Ride to Traci's Hope Oct 6, 12:30pm from Hiawatha Motorcycles, 3000 Rt 434, Apalachin. Register 10:30-Noon. Riders $15, Passenger $10. (607) 761-7290. BINGO - Oct 6, Noon-Doors open. 12:45pm-Early Bird Bonanza. 1pmRegular Bingo. At Waterman Center, 403 Hilton Rd., Apalachin. $3.00. Fall Festival Boiled Dinner - Oct 6, 4-7 pm, Ham/Cabbage. Good will donation. Benefit Francis Foster Family. Music with Winnie Allen. St. Mark’s Church, Main St, Candor. OCTOBER 9 - TUESDAY Doug's Fish Fry To Go - Oct 9, 11am to 6pm, Bake Sale 11am till gone. At Rite-Aid Parking Lot, Cormer Main & Central Ave, Owego. Sponsor: Tioga Co Rural Ministry. OCTOBER 13 - SATURDAY Rummage and Bake Sale - Oct 13, 9am to 2pm. Bag Sale at 1pm, United Methodist Church, 843 Penna. Ave. (Rt 858), Little Meadows, PA. Lunch will be available. Harvest Dinner - Oct 13, 5pm to 7:30pm, Neumann Hall, Route 267, Choconut, PA. Turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, stuffing, squash, green
beans, cranberry sauce, coffee, tea, cider. $8 adults, $4 kids, free for kids under 5. Benefits St. Brigid Parish, Friendsville. OCTOBER 17 - WEDNESDAY Men & Ladies Luncheon - Oct 17, 11:30 am to 1:30 pm, Owego Treadway, Rt 17C, Owego. "A Walk Through Life" $11. Reservations (607) 785-3101 or email@example.com OCTOBER 20 - SATURDAY BINGO - Oct 20. Noon-Doors open. 12:45pm-Early Bird Bonanza. 1pmRegular Bingo. At Waterman Center, 403 Hilton Rd., Apalachin. $3.00 Soup & Salad Supper - Oct 20, 4:30 to 6 pm, First United Methodist Church, Main St, Newark Valley Takeout also. Free will donation. OCTOBER 21 - SUNDAY Chicken & Biscuit Dinner - Oct 21, 1:00 to 5:00 pm, Vestal Elks Lodge #2508, 2071 Vestal Parkway West, Vestal. Cost $6. Concert of Welsh Music - Oct 21, 4:00 pm, Joseph Barber at the Organ, Saint Mark's Episcopal Church, 17 Main St., Candor. OCTOBER 26 - FRIDAY Fish Fry W/Mac & Cheese - Oct 26, 6-9pm, American Legion Post #907, 90 Spencer Rd, Candor. Order ahead/Take out - call 659-7395 OCTOBER 27 - SATURDAY Halloween at Waterman Center Oct 27, Pumpkin Carnival at 4:30pm, Kids ages 4 and up are $5. Free for adults and kids under 4. Halloween Hikes at 6-8pm, $6 members, $8 non -members, free for kids under 4. 403 Hilton Rd., Apalachin. 625-2221 for reservations for hike and info.
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New York State Women in Business Month A salute to professional and business women
7 New St., Apalachin, NY (607) 625-3591 Margaret Karpel, owner SUSQUEHANNA SWEETHEARTS A social club for all women formerly Red Hats New member always welcome Karen Kretsch, Queen Mother 607 725-8255 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Southern Tier Chapter of New York State Women, Inc. (formerly Owego B P W) would like to express our gratitude to all the women and men who fight for the right of women to receive a paycheck equal to that of a man doing the same work with the same educational back ground. Please make sure you take the time, on November 6, 2012, to cast your vote. This is a valuable right and privilege that should never be taken for granted, women-owned firms continue to grow in number and economic stature. They are standing toe-to-toe with competitors in a broad range of industries, including construction and transportation, where women-owned firms are just as likely as all firms in those sectors to generate more than $500,000 in annual revenue. The growth in the number (up 54 percent), employment (up 9 percent) and revenues (up 58 percent) of women-owned firms over the past 15 years exceeds the growth rates of all but the largest, publicly-traded firms. As of 2012, it is estimated that there are more than 8.3 million women-owned businesses in the United States, generating nearly $1.3 trillion in revenues and employing nearly 7.7 million people, according to the second annual “State of Women-Owned Businesses Report,” commissioned by American Express. Of the 10 million plus women-owned businesses in the U.S., only 3% have annual revenue of more than $1 million dollars, compared to 6% of all male-owned businesses. (Center for Women’s Business Research Reports)
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Martha Sauerbrey Tioga County Legislator District 2 Salutes Women in Business We Offer Support & Advocacy for Victims of Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, Rape & Other Crimes (607) 687-6866 or 1-800-696-7600
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Women business owners employ 35% more people than all Fortune 500 companies combined. (Source: JobProfile.com, February 2010) Ladies and Children’s Clothing, Accessories, and Gifts
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John Orzel Democratic Candidate for the 52nd NYS Senatorial Seat.
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Approximately 40 percent of all privately held firms in the Unites States are at least 50% owned by women. (Source: Alice E.Eagly, and Linda L.Carli, Through the Labyrinth, 2007). Every day, an average of 1,400 to 1,600 women leaders are leaving Fortune 500 companies to start their own businesses or work for competitors— twice the rate of their male counterparts. (Source: Linda Coughlin, Ellen Wingard, and Keith Hollihan, Enlightened Power, 2005). For more information on our programs and membership contact Kathleen at 607687-5085 or email@example.com
SUSQUEHANNA CHAPTER NEW YOUR STATE WOMEN INC.
Wishes to remind everyone to
VOTE ON TUESDAY
NOVEMBER 6th Fine Harps, Heavenly Sound
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A Truly Unique Gift Shop 175 Front Street Owego, N. Y. 687-2042 Comfortable and stylish footwear!
THE SHOE OUTLET at Route 96 Power and Paddle
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News Briefs • The Tioga United Way recently awarded a $500 special allocation to the Tioga County Rural Ministries for the support of their food pantry. • Tioga County Rural Ministry has a new Executive Director, Sister Mary O'Brien, a Sister of St. Joseph of Carondelet. Sister Mary served for the past nine years as Pastoral Associate at St. Catherine of Siena Church in Ithaca.
The Apalachin Lions Club, in conjunction with their 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. It will be held in the spring of 2013. 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 Kim Hakne at Owego Free Academy, and Rebecca Martino at Vestal Senior High School, about HOBY. Pictured at the Apalachin Lions dinner, September 26, are the participants from the 2012 HOBY workshop. From left to right is, Lion Pres. John Whiting, Paige Shaughnessy, Kyle Powers and Lion VP2 Jake Brown.
PAGE 11 • Adam Weitsman, owner of Upstate Shredding-Ben Weitsman, announced that Teresa Rogers has joined the company as a Senior Buyer. Rogers will handle buying for Upstate’s megashredder operation in Owego, all Ben Weitsman yards throughout New York and Pennsylvania, and the new port facility in Albany, New York. Rogers was the former Director of Trading at Mervis Industries based in Danville, Illinois where she bought, sold, and brokered scrap throughout the Midwest.
Jacobs Road, Apalachin (across from Barton’s Market) Pre-K Karate (ages 3&4) • Traditional Karate (ages 5 to adult) Kickbox Aerobics • Birthday Parties • Self-Defense Classes http://karate.fairbankstangsoodokarate.org/ Call Cathy Fairbanks: 607-372-0936 or email: Fairbanks.email@example.com No Long Contracts or Hidden Fees! Affordable Cost! Family Discounts !
Mobile Food Pantry in Apalachin - Oct 31 Low to moderate income individual and families are invited to participate in a Mobile Food Pantry Distribution sponsored by the Apalachin Lions Club in partnership with the Food Bank of the Southern Tier. The distribution will be held on October 31, from 1:00 to 2:00
pm at St Margaret Mary Catholic Church parking lot, 1110 Pennsylvania Avenue in Apalachin. Bring your own bags or boxes. If you have questions, call the Food Bank of the Southern Tier at (607) 796-6061.
Holiday Fair Expo in Newark Valley The 10th Annual Holiday Fair Expo will be held from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, Saturday, November 3, at the Newark Valley Fire Department Hall, 7151 Route 38 in Newark Valley. The event features more than 20 vendors and crafters for holiday shopping and special
orders. The event includes the NV Fireman’s Auxiliary Fundraiser Chicken BBQ. Admission is free. Clip this article and get a free cup of coffee, tea, or hot cocoa at the Holiday Fair Expo.
Pancake Breakfast Buffet - Oct 13 A Pancake Breakfast Buffet will be held on Saturday, October 13, from 8:00 to 10:00 am at Flemingville United Methodist Church, 540 West Creek Road in Flemingville. A free will offer-
ing will be accepted. There will also be a free book exchange sponsored by Fairfield United Methodist Church at the same time and location.
“Talk food with Sue”
Open Monday –Saturday 10 am –6 pm
Culinary Gadgets • Gluten-Free Mixes Local Foods • Internet Café • Specialty Baking
Monday Oct 8 6-9pm Monday Night Football Appetizers $39 Saturday Oct 13 6-9pm All About Chocolate $39 Friday October 19 6-9pm Brunch For Dinner $39 Monday October 22 6-9pm Martha Monday Menu #1 $39 Tuesday October 23 6-9pm Gluten Free Cooking $39 Wednesday October 24 6-8pm Desserts from Around the World $29 Friday October 26 6-9pm Girl's Night Out $39 Monday October 29 6-9pm Ragin Cajun Cookin $39
Call Sue at (607) 625-5048
Space is limited, but last minute signups welcomed.
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TIOGA COUNTY VETERANS NEWS Recall Service That Made You a Veteran Each veteran has a story just waiting to be told. Volunteer now for the Veterans in the Classroom Program. Students want to hear service stories first hand. Once the veterans get talking the tales flow freshly. Students want to show the veterans that they care and that they want to thank them for their sacrifices. Veterans Day 2012 Veterans Day 2012 at 11 am, Sunday, November 11, at the Tioga County Veterans Memorial in Owego. Veterans Day honors veterans of all wars for their patriotism and willingness to serve in the military and sacrifice for our country. Wreaths Across Tioga/Bradford Counties Wreaths Across America is Saturday, December 15. Mission is to Remember, Honor and Teach. Thousands of wreaths will be placed at Arlington National Cemetery and at 500 national cemeteries in the US and overseas. Each church in Tioga and Bradford County is asked to place an evergreen wreath at the front entrance to a cemetery of their choice. Families are encouraged to place wreaths at graves of their veterans. Churches are encouraged to have a wreath ceremony on Sunday
Tioga County Rural Ministry (TCRM) is now taking applications for Holiday Food Baskets for low to moderate income individuals and families. Applications for Thanksgiving end on Wednesday, October 31, 2012. Any Owego resident in need can apply. TCRM is also providing gifts for all Tioga County children from infant to 18 years of age; applications for gifts will end October 31. To streamline the sign-up process and to eliminate a long waiting period, the
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December 9 or 16 to explain the meaning of honoring veterans with a wreath at Christmas time. (for more info, go to wreathsacrossamerica.org) POW/MIA Rose Garden WWII Stalag VII A Germany POW Ralph Meza of Campville was one of 14 former POWs to receive a carnation and sharp salute during a POW/MIA ceremony at the Bath Veterans Center. Fellow camp POW LaVere Cortright of Weltonville had to stay home. Meza and Cortright and deceased POWs Al Catlin and Hugh Hogan were honored and remembered with other POWs from the region at the POW/MIA Rose Garden near their commemorative bricks and posters. All four POWs belong to Owego VFW Post 1371 POW/MIA Names for 24-Hour Vigil Next year at the 24-Hour POW/MIA vigil at Owego's Veterans Memorial, organizers plan to honor and remember by name Tioga County's living and deceased POWs. Families must send in the names for the POW/MIA Tribute. Contact Glenn A. Warner Post 1371 Veterans of Foreign Wars Memorial Day Chairman Jim Raftis by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 687-4229.
TC Rural Ministry Holiday Food Baskets food pantry will be closed the first two weeks of October. During these two weeks, extra volunteers will be on hand to assist the application process. The food pantry will reopen on Monday, October 15, and holiday basket sign-ups will continue until October 31. Note that deadline for applications is October 31. If you are interested in adopting a family, contact Sr. Mary O'Brien by October 31 at 687-3021. TCRM is at 143 North Avenue in Owego.
KARAOKE - First Sat of the month Tim Linkroum –Saturday Oct 20 Doug Moshier – Saturday Oct 27th
Happy 50th Birthday Lisa Oct 23rd
The Terrace The Friendly Neighborhood Tavern Rt. 434, Apalachin, New York 625-3935
Sweeneys Plaza, Rt 434, Apalachin
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
Lady Bligh Spiced Rum 1.75 Liter $18.99 -$10.00 Mail in Rebate ……….$8.99 Final Cost Vampire White Zinfandel 750 ml. ……………………...$9.99 Hiram Walker Pumpkin Spice Liqueur 750 ml. ……..$8.99 Franzia Sunset Blush 5 Liter Box …………………….$13.49 Peter Mertes Riesling 750 ml. …………………………..$7.99
Don't forget Traci's Hope BBQ. Saturday October, 6 From 12-5 Apalachin Fireman's Field.
1429 Main Street, Apalachin, N. Y.
Join us Friday October, 5 From 4-7 Wine tasting featuring Yates Cellars. Hosted by Apalachin's own Jake Brown
Call Earl for an appointment 625-3015