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Apalachin’s Doug Hurley to Return to Space this Month Former Apalachin resident Douglas Hurley will be one of two astronauts aboard NASA’s SpaceX Demo-2 mission’s Crew Dragon spacecraft when it takes off on May 27, 2020, and travels to the International Space Station for an extended mission. Robert Behnken will be the mission’s joint operations commander and is responsible for activites such as rendezvous, docking and undocking, and Demo -2 activities. Hurley will be the spacecraft commander, responsible for activities such as launch, landing, and recovery. Their spacecraft is scheduled to lift off on a Falcon 9 rocket from Florida on Wednesday, May 27, at 4:32pm. Hurley and Behnken are scheduled to arrive at the space station on Thursday, May 28, and will join members of the Expedition 63 crew which includes commander Chris Cassidy of NASA and Russian flight engineers Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner. Upon conclusion of the mission, the Crew Dragon spacecraft will autonomously undock with Behnken and Hurley on board, depart the space station, re
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Doug Hurley -enter the Earth’s atmosphere, and splashdown off Florida’s Atlantic Coast. The crew will be picked up at sea. Hurley became an astronaut in 2000 and has completed two spaceflights. He served as pilot and lead robotics operator for STS-127 in 2009, and STS-135, the final space shuttle mission, in 2011.
On Memorial Day, we remember and honor those who died while serving in the United States Armed forces. On this year’s Memorial Day, Monday, May 25, there will be no parade in downtown Owego due to the COVID-10 pandemic. The Remembrance Services for Tioga County Veterans, and the Roll Call of Honor will be broadcast on WEBO radio. The roll call honors deceased veterans buried in Tioga County cemeteries. On Memorial Day morning, remember to tune into Owego’s WEBO AM 1330 or FM 98.5, 101.3, 105.1 or 101.7
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Behnken and Hurley, pre-flight testing, March 30, 2020. (NASA photo)
NASA astronaut Doug Hurley, former Apalachin resident and graduate of Owego Free Academeny class of 1984, returned to his high school alma mater on November 20, 2009, to present the school with the OFA T-shirt that flew with him to the International Space Station that summer. After the assembly, students talked with Doug.
Owego’s 40th Anniversary Strawberry Festival, which was scheduled for June 19 and 20, has been postponed until next year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Historic Owego Marketplace (HOM), which sponors the festival, postponed the event because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and the unlikelihood of being able to gather the required permits. Organizers are not confident that holding such a large event at this time would be safe for the community, even if restrictions were lifted in some fashion. “The safety of the community is at the forefront of our decision,” said Pat Hansen, chair of the annual event. The 5K and Annual Kids’ Fun Run are cancelled and will be rescheduled for next year as well. The organizers are appreciative of those that provided sponsorship for this year’s event, and the entertainers that
stepped up to be available for the festival. “We will certainly be reaching out to our entertainers when it is time to reschedule,” said Wendy Post, co-chair to the festival along with Hansen. “We appreciate everyone’s support, and look forward to hosting the 40th Anniversary event next year.” In the meantime, the Historic Owego Marketplace President, Bradley Crews, will be working to support area merchants that have been affected tremendously by the pandemic. “The mission of The Historic Owego Marketplace is to maintain the Village of Owego as a vital, thriving retail and cultural center and we look forward to carrying on the tradition of our local events and merchant support when it is prudent to do so”, said Crews, “In the meantime we will be working to help our merchants and the marketplace as a whole throughout this pandemic.”
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by Martha Sauerbrey, Legislative Chair, Tioga County Legislature As Chairwoman of the Tioga County Legislature, I am so very proud of our Tioga County employees as they work to protect the public and win this war against the unseen enemy. Our employees have stepped up and they have not let me down when I have asked them to do the extraordinary. As you read the article below from my New York State Association of Counties Organization, you will begin to understand and appreciate how our county employees are working for you. “Many people don’t realize the extent to which the battle against COVID -19 is being fought by county government employees, and we salute the work that they are doing each and every day. I am humbled and grateful for the heroic services our employees provide to protect the public,” said NYSAC President John F. Marren, Chairman of the Ontario County Board of Supervisors. County government employees include but are not limited to: • local public health officials protecting the spread of communicable diseases • first responders helping those in need of health care • 911 dispatch employees bringing needed assistance • sheriffs and police officers who patrol and enforce executive orders and protect the public • jail administrators who care for inmates and protect society • emergency management personnel who coordinate the response and recovery efforts • county attorneys who guide the incident commanders
• social service employees providing temporary assistance, food and health insurance, protecting children in need • mental health workers who help us cope as we remain in isolation • county clerks processing important legal documents for property, the court system and DMV • district attorneys for upholding the rule of law • public defenders providing counsel to those in need • consumer protection employees rooting out consumer fraud • coroners and medical examiners ensuring dignity in death and reporting the cause of death • veterans’ affairs employees making sure our heroes get what they need when they need it • highway, sanitation and public works keeping our infrastructure safe and functioning • information technology for keeping our critical communication systems up and running • Economic Development and Planning for developing loan programs for small businesses and ongoing assistance to Tioga County businesses. “County leaders are the onsite incident commanders interacting with all local governments in the region. These county leaders serve as the generals in the field. The COVID-19 war will be won through a series of battles, and these battles are fought in our communities engaging the public at large. County leaders are constantly developing innovative ways to eliminate the spread of the virus, modeling courage at the local level and focused on strengthening our local communities during this global pandemic,” said NYSAC Executive Director Stephen J. Acquario.
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Tioga Co. DSS Launches Document Upload App On April 21, Tioga County DSS went live with the NYDocSubmit mobile app which allows applicants and recipients to take pictures of their documents and submit them to their local DSS office using their Apple iOS or Android device. There is no need to take time off from work, stand in line, or travel to the district office to drop off documents. NYDocSubmit supports the SNAP, HEAP, Temporary Assistance and Medicaid programs. Documents that can be uploaded include: identification; citizenship status; proof of income; medical documentation; proof of household; proof of residence; resources; shelter/ utilities; and, SSN or proof of an SSN application. The app is not monitored for emergencies and is not to be used to submit an application or to submit a periodic report. Other types of documentation that should NOT be submitted by using NYDocSubmit include: Child Protective Services (CPS) case information; reports of suspected child abuse or maltreatment; documents that contain HIV information; domestic violence information; and, addresses that must remain confidential to safeguard any member of an applicant’s or recipient’s household. “This app is a valuable resource for DSS customers and a useful tool for
DSS staff. It is especially helpful now during the COVID-19 crisis since the agency is closed to visitors and the only options for submitting documents has been via mail or the drop-box outside of the Health and Human Services building,” stated Natalie Thompson, the Agency’s Director of Employment and Transitional Supports. “Now people can provide us with required documentation without leaving their home and without having to send us original documents.” An Apple iOS or Android phone or tablet with a working camera and data or Wi-Fi connectivity is required to use the NYDocSubmit app. The application is free and can be downloaded by going to the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. Search for NYDocSubmit then click on GET or INSTALL. An existing or new NY.gov ID from https:// my.ny.gov is required. If you do not already have one, the app will prompt you on how to create a NY.gov ID. A confirmation screen will appear following a successful upload. In addition, a history of document uploads submitted under that NY.gov ID will be available in the app for 60 days after the date of the image upload. To receive more information on NYDocSubmit please call Tioga County DSS at 687-8300.
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Candor Emergency Squad will host their Annual Mother’s Day Chicken BBQ on Sunday, May 10. Dinners are $10 each and include 1/2 BBQ chicken, baked beans, macaroni salad, roll, and cookie. Pick-up is from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at the ambulance garage, 58 Main Street in Candor. If social distancing rules are still in place, there will be curbside pick-up. The Candor Emergency Squad has served our community for more than 55 years, providing pre-hospital emergency care to the sick and injured. Funds raised
by this year’s Mother’s Day BBQ will go towards the upgrade of heart monitors. These monitors are a vital part of their life support system, allowing EMTs to read EKG’s and to transmit information to the hospitals. In this way the hospital is prepared for cardiac emergencies before the patient arrives at the Emergency Room doors. To reserve your chicken dinner, call the Candor EMS business office at 6595529 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also get tickets from squad members.
Riverview Resident Celebrates 100th Birthday Doris Willet, a resident of Riverview Manor Health Care in Owego, celebrated her 100th birthday on April 24, 2020, with a celebration given in her honor. Riverview Manor Health Care’s Activity Director, Debbie Savich, did a wonderful job preparing for the upcoming centennial celebration for Doris during the current pandemic. Sally Yablonsky, Director of Operations at the Tioga County Chamber of Commerce, knows firsthand how this pandemic can hit home when her own mother, Ruth Harrington, 93, of Vestal, was Broome County’s second fatality due to COVID-19 in March. “I am trying to turn my personal tragedy into something positive for our community, my family immediately started a GoFundMe campaign in my mom’s memory called
“Hugs for RAH RAH RAH” (my mother’s initials). “I wanted to help our community in a two-fold process, by helping local eateries during this very tough economic time, and in turn giving lunches or dinners to frontline workers.” To promote positive commerce in the community, in partnership with Tioga County Chamber of Commerce member, “What’s In Store” donated an owl cake and a sheet cake for Doris who loves owls. With funding from “Hugs for RAH RAH RAH” donations, Mario’s Pizza in Owego delivered seven sheet pizzas for each shift of Riverview Manor’s hard working and dedicated staff members, thanking them for their efforts and letting them know that they are appreciated by all.
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Apalachin Lions Donate to Food Bank The Apalachin Lions Club’s annual Easter Egg Hunt allows for a great partnership with the local community to collect food for local food banks. But, this year, the coronavirus not only cancelled the Easter Egg Hunt but also put an additional strain on all food banks. Donations have been made to Park Terrace Food Pantry in Apalachin and Little Meadows UMC Food Bank by the Apalachin Lions. Since 1956, the Lions of Apalachin
have been assisting the community with various service projects. Their motto is “We Serve” and along with other service organizations look for ways to “Give Back” to those in need. Lions are well known for sight and hearing activities along with supporting multiple youth activities including scholarships. The club’s service area includes Apalachin, Campville, and Little Meadows. The Apalachin Lions Club asks you to consider joining their group.
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AMBA Blood Lab Rescheduled for July 25 The date of the Spring AMBA Blood Lab sponsored by the NYS Women Inc., Susquehanna Chapter, has been changed from May 30 to
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Senator Fred Akshar found a way to continue his third year of the districtwide “Akshar's All-Stars” student recognition program despite the ongoing school closures and shutdowns due to the coronavirus public health crisis. Previously, Senator Akshar had traveled to each school to recognizes local students selected by their school districts in the 52nd Senate District who have shown great leadership, compassion, school spirit or improvement amongst their peers. With schools closed through at least May 15 as part of the sweeping “New York State on Pause” shutdown, Akshar worked with local school districts to utilize live Zoom meetings with students and their families to publicly recognize their accomplishments. “I wish I could be there to congratulate each of these amazing students personally, but as we all adjust to these difficult circumstances, it’s important that we continue to shine a light on all the good work these All-Stars have done and celebrate their service to others and the examples they set for their peers,” said Senator Fred Akshar. Last month, Senator Akshar recognized 10th grader Kristopher Hodge from Union-Endicott’s Tiger Ventures and 5th grader Jewel Belokur from Apalachin Elementary School. U-E Tiger Ventures student Kristopher Hodge was recognized for his tremendous work ethic that has made him an exemplary student. Since joining the Tiger Ventures school, Kris became a driving force in repurposing discarded wood to construct various crafts and decorations. He then helped lead the effort in setting up a craft fair to sell his school’s creations, with the proceeds being donated to CHOW. “Kris has been one of the best examples of how Tiger Ventures’ unique ap-
proach to education can help students thrive,” said Tiger Ventures Principal Mary Mullock. “Here, he discovered his talent for wood working and utilized his creative vision to transform items like scrap wood into beautiful projects. Even though he’s a quiet guy, we are so proud of the leader he’s become both in and out of the classroom in such a short time.” Apalachin Elementary student Jewel Belokur was recognized for her emphatic and helpful nature in both social and academic settings, always being one of the first to volunteer to assist both her peers or adults in nearly every situation. “Jewel is a great kid with a great heart,” said Apalachin Elementary School teacher Mrs. Therese Hans. “She’s a genuine leader in all the little things she does every day that some kids her age overlook. She’s a true advocate for other people. Not every kid has the courage to speak up for other kids, but she does. She always puts other kids before herself and always goes above and beyond in her school work.” “All of us want this to be over as soon as possible and we all want our kids to be able to return to school,” said Akshar. “But we’re all just trying to make the best decisions we can to keep everyone safe until then. While we may have to do things differently for now, it doesn’t change the fact that our community’s outstanding students deserve to be recognized and celebrated. I’m glad we were able to still make that happen today.” When asked to offer advice to other students in the community on how to pass the time at home during this pandemic, Akshar’s All-Star Jewel Belokur replied, “If you’re down, just keep smiling, that’s what I do. Just gotta put a smile on your face and it will turn around your mood.”
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• Quarantine Word Fun How many words can you make from the word “quarantine”? Miss Wendy found 57. Can you beat the librarian? Email your list of words to email@example.com by May 13 for a chance to win a free pizza from locally owned Barnaby’s Pub. Words must be in English, no names or proper nouns. In case of a tie, the earliest submission wins. • What’s Everybody Reading? Monday, May 11, 10 am, on Zoom If you’d like to join the Zoom meeting, (www.zoom.us) let Cathy know. She will let you know what she’s been reading, and she will help with questions about accessing ebooks from Overdrive and Hoopla, and you can just catch up and chat. • We Can Communicate You can “like” the Apalachin Library on Facebook. The librarians will be posting there. Send email to apalachinlibrary@ gmail.com. Librarian Cathy Sorber has access to the library email at home. Check the library’s website www.apalachinlibrary.org. The librarians will post information for you.
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