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2014 Apalachin Firemen’s Field Days
The 2014 Apalachin Firemen's Field Days will be held Wednesday, June 4, through Saturday, June 7, at the Apalachin Firemen's Field Day Grounds in Apalachin (follow the signs). The Field Days will feature rides, games, food, drinks, chicken BBQ. On Wednesday, June 4, the rides will be a special price from 6:00 to 7:00 pm. At 9:00 pm on June 4, two bikes will be
given away (one boy's, one girl's bike). A spectacular fireworks display will take place Friday night at 10 pm sharp. The Little Miss Apalachin Contest will be held at 12:00 Noon on Saturday, June 7. There will be Pay-One-Price ride specials from 1:00 to 5:00 pm. The traditional Apalachin Firemen's Field Days Parade will start at 6:00 pm on Saturday, June 7.
At this year’s Memorial Day ceremony, a monument for Medal of Honor recipients along with an additional World War II and Modern Day Warfare memorials were unveiled at Courthouse Square in Owego.
STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL 2013 IS ON!
The first in a series of summer concerts drew thousands to Tioga Downs on Friday, May 30, to see Tommy James and the Shondells in concert. The next will be “Kansas Live in Concert” on Friday June 20, followed by “An Evening with YES” on July 5. For info on the “Summer Concert Series” go to: www.TiogaDowns.com
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It's the 34th year of the Strawberry Festival, the Southern Tier's granddaddy signature festival, an event filled with entertainment, food, craft artisans, activities, parade, strawberry shortcakes, wine tasting, FUN and everything else strawberries. Mark your calendars - June 20 and 21, in downtown Owego. See page 2 for more info.
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Local Girl Scouts Earn Gold Award
Karaoke Saturday June 7
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Three Girl Scouts from Apalachin were among the 31 council-wide that earned the Girl Scout Gold Award this year, the highest award a Girl Scout can earn. The Girl Scouts from Apalachin are Ashley Bender, Kelly Decker, and Marisa Kreidler of Apalachin. They and the other Girl Scouts were recognized at a Young Women of Distinction reception last month for their accomplishment. A special luncheon was held at Onondaga Community College in Syracuse. OCC President Casey Crabill, Ed.D. was the keynote speaker. To earn the prestigious Girl Scout Gold Award, girls must complete Girl Scout Senior or Ambassador Journeys, the essence of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, and demonstrate their leadership abilities by spending at least 80 hours working on a Gold Award Take Action project that creates a sustainable impact on their extended communities.
the Vestal United Methodist Church. By organizing years of data and creating these documents for the church website, youth members will be able to more readily have the information they need for scholarship applications. Through her church she also organized Chow Food Drives. Kelly Decker is a junior at Vestal High School. For her project she worked with the Discovery Center’s Story Garden where she addressed the need to make the book nook more child and staff friendly. She developed a method that was fun and educational by color and number coding the book nooks so the children (ages 4-7) could easily find a book and replace it properly by following her system that she created into a game.
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Ashley Bender (pictured above) is a junior at Vestal High School. For her Gold Award Take Action project she organized the musical history records for
Marisa Kreidler (pictured above) is a 2013 graduate of Vestal High School and is currently studying Cosmetology. For her project Kreidler organized the costume closet for the Vestal High School theater along with obtaining needed costumes and props.
Catholic Campaign for Human Development 2014 Small Grants Available Groups working to address the causes of poverty in Chemung, Schuyler and Tioga counties (New York) are invited to apply for a Catholic Campaign for Human Development small grant. Proposals are sought for projects that benefit and are led by low-income people working together to bring about positive economic and/or social change in their communities. These projects should address the root causes of poverty and powerlessness and can focus on areas such as environmental justice, living wage, affordable housing, food security. Catholic Campaign for Human Development small grants average $1,500.
Grant decisions are made by a local grants committee. Application materials are available from Catholic Charities (734-9784 x2135). Deadline for submission of the application is July 31, 2014. Grants are not available for individuals. The Catholic Campaign for Human Development was established more than thirty years ago by the U.S. Roman Catholic Bishops as an educationempowerment-action program to combat poverty and powerlessness in the United States. Funds for grants are generated through an annual collection in Catholic parishes across the country. Tioga County's
Dick Kirk Receives 'Candor Citizen of the Year Award' On June 12, at 6:30 pm, the Candor Community Service Corporation invites everyone to the Meeting Room at the Candor Library for the presentation of the Citizen of the Year award to Dick Kirk. Through the years, Mr. Kirk has been quietly helping people in his community and this award is a chance to thank him for his many years of service. Come join the celebration. Refreshments will be served. For more information, call Trish Engelhard at 972-1073
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WEBO Adds Coverage on 105.1 FM WEBO Radio has added FM coverage of local news, weather, and sports in Waverly. The new station can be heard in Waverly, Barton, Smithboro, Sayre, South Waverly, Athens, and Chemung at 105.1 FM. The signal is a direct simulcast of News Radio WEBO, which can also be heard on 101.3 FM, 107.9 FM and 1330 AM. “WEBO has a rich tradition of serving Tioga County, since 1957, with local news and information, including local high school sports” according to Dave Radigan, the station’s owner and morning show host. The station enjoyed great success throughout the 1960’s, 70’s, and 80’s before falling into a state of disrepair. The Radigan family purchased the station and its assets in 2006. That purchase began a renewed community interest in hometown radio, and a complete rebuild of the station’s primary signal 1330 AM. “The construction involved replacing everything from microphone to tower, and everything in between,” said
Radigan. “We also re-focused the station’s priorities on local programming and information.” Since 2006, News Radio WEBO has also added 107.9 FM that serves the Owego and Binghamton areas. Last December, 101.3 FM was built in Candor and serves northern Tioga County. “Our ultimate goal is to link the communities in and around Tioga County,” Radigan said. “Adding these three FM signals will provide greater coverage of local community events, and is a valuable asset to the community.” In addition to signing on 105.1 FM in the Valley area, News Radio WEBO is in the process of opening a new programming and marketing office at 358 Broad Street in Waverly. This office will provide WEBO with the opportunity to hire local news reporters and marketing specialists to help incorporate the Valley area and business community into WEBO’s daily programming. “We are very happy to also be in the Waverly/Sayre area,” Radigan said.
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Art Walk on First Friday, June 6 On the first Friday of every month, Owego's galleries, boutiques, and restaurants showcase a broad range of artists, musicians, writers, and performers. Enjoy an art-filled night out with friends on the first Friday, June 6, from 5:00 to 8:00 pm.
You are also invited to join in the installation of the Community Yarn Bomb Project, organized by Tioga Arts Council and Historic Owego Marketplace. Installation will take place at the Tioga County Courthouse Square from 5:00 to 8:00 pm.
Southerntiersmen, Rick Pedro Concert to Benefit Tioga Co. Historical Society The Tioga County Historical Society will host a concert at the Owego -Apalachin Middle School Auditorium, 3 Sheldon Guile Boulevard in Owego, on Tuesday, June 17, from 6:30 to 8:00 pm. Pianist Rick Pedro will give a rousing performance before the Southerntiersmen, a barbershop harmony chorus, performs in a special show. The concert will be fun for the whole family. Tickets are on sale now and cost $12 in advance, $15 at the door. All proceeds benefit the Tioga County Historical Society. The Southerntiersmen Chorus is part of the New York chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society which is the largest all-male singing fraternity in the world. The Southerntiersmen have participated in international competition six times and have placed as high as 8th and 9th in these competitions. The group has 54 members from all
walks of life. “The common thread is not what we do - it is what we love four-part a cappella singing in the barbershop style.” For more information and videos, go to southerntiersmen.org/ Welcome.html. Rick Pedro’s blend of patriotic standards, ragtime barnburners, and modern classics are fused with his unique stage presence, humor, and animation. His concerts thrill audiences with fast-paced melodies, soulful harmonies, and uproarious comedy. With more than 30 years of piano experience, Rick Pedro has developed an enigmatic style at the piano. To learn more about Rick, and see videos of his performances, visit rickpedro.com. The Tioga County Historical Society Museum is open Wednesdays through Saturdays, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. For more information, call 687-2460, email email@example.com, or visit www.tiogahistory.org.
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Two Rivers State Park in Waverly The Two Rivers State Park at Waverly will see some activity soon according to New York State Park Director Fred Bonn. Mr. Bonn indicated that State staff personnel will occupy a residence on the property once the renovation work to the house is completed. “We had anticipated the renovation work to be wrapped up by spring so our staff person could be in place by May. However, due to some unforeseen issues with the structure, it now looks like it will be July or August before she will be living here.” Tioga County Legislator Ray Case commented, “I think it will be a real
boost to the Waverly area to have a State Park Representative living in our community. It is our hope that by having staff here we will see an increased awareness and use of the park.” Many Valley residents use the trails at the park already. Director Bonn stated that summer college interns have been hired to work on better signage and to make improvements to the trail system. “Once the renovation work is completed and the State park staff is in place, we will be introducing her around the community,” Legislator Case stated. “We are looking forward to the next step toward putting Two Rivers State Park on the map.”
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Yard Sale, Flea Market - June 7 A Community Yard Sale and Flea Market will be held from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm on
Saturday, June 7, at the parking lot of St. Patrick's School, 309 Front St., Owego. To reserve a table, call 687-1770.
OPEN: Newark Valley Student Shadows Senator Libous in Albany Newark Valley High School sophomore Anna D'Arcy recently spent an afternoon with Senator Libous as part of the Students Inside Albany program. The program is sponsored by the League of Women Voters to help students understand the importance of their role in government. Anna sat alongside Senator Libous during Legislative Session to experience
the legislative process first hand. Senator Libous runs the Senate Floor proceedings, so Anna had a truly unique perspective of state government in action. Although Anna wants to study business and acting when she gets to college, she still wants to be an informed citizen, which is what compelled her to apply for the program.
Waterman Center Events 403 Hilton Rd, Apalachin 625-2221 www.watermancenter.org Bingo Saturday, June 7 and 21 Doors open at 12 Noon, Early Bird Bonanza at 12:45pm. Regular Bingo at 1pm. Cash prizes, All paper. Fun for entire family. Food, beverages available. $3 admission. Father's Day Breakfast on Hiawatha Island Sunday, June 16, 9am to 11am Reservations required by June 10. Adults $18 single/$25 per couple, Children $9 ages 5-12, free ages under 5.
Strawberry Festival/Kayak Raffle Saturday, June 21 Visit the Waterman center booth at the Owego Strawberry Festival in downtown Owego. There will be a kayak raffle and games for the kids. Town of Owego Recreation Camp Registration Registration deadline is 4pm, Friday, June 20. This camp is only for children who are Town of Owego residents. Go to watermancenter.org for more information.
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Libous, Lourdes, Yes! Honor Hundreds of Local Student Leaders
Senator Libous and Lourdes President/CEO David Patak recognize the efforts of YES! LEADS members from Owego Free Academy.
The YES! LEADS group from Tioga Central High School are honored by Senator Libous and Lourdes Hospital President/CEO David Patak for their work educating elementary students about the dangers of drugs and alcohol.
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Senator Tom Libous and YES! Safe Choices for Kids were joined by local parents, teachers and school administrators last month to honor more than 515 Broome, Tioga and Chenango YES! LEADers at the YES! LEADers Change Lives Recognition Reception. YES! LEADers are middle and high school students who, after a day of hands-on training, present to local elementary school students about the dangers of substance abuse, the importance of self-esteem and its role in making healthy choices as they grow up. “Our YES! LEADers serve as an inspiration to their peers and younger students every day,” said Sen. Libous. “Their dedication to volunteerism and living a drug-free lifestyle make them great role models in our school districts and community.” As a four year YES! LEADer, Tioga Central senior Kelby Cole believes the
program has helped her grow into a more confident person. “Sometimes it’s hard to resist peer pressure. My YES! LEADS experience gave me the courage to be who I am and not worry about what other people thought.” YES! Safe Choices for Kids, a partnership between Senator Libous and Lourdes Hospital, is now in its 25th year. Since 1989, more than 8,500 YES! LEADers have helped teach more than 100,000 elementary school students about the dangers of drugs and alcohol. Owego-Apalachin and Tioga Central school districts participate in the YES! LEADs program. Their LEADers have served as role models for hundreds of Tioga County elementary school children this school year. For more information about YES! and YES! LEADS, please visit www.YesSafeChoices.org.
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Champion Speedway Celebrates 40th Anniversary
Champion Speedway in Owego kicked off its 40th anniversary season on May 25 with a full program of insane Speedway Motorcycle and ATV Racing. Built in 1975, the little dirt oval off the side of Route 17/86 has hosted many memorable events in its history and is still going strong thanks to the efforts of owner Jason Bonsignore of Rochester. Bonsignore brought the track back from the dead in 1997 after four years of it sitting derelict, and has invested countless hours and dollars since keeping the facility going for the local community to enjoy. This will be Bonsignore's 17th year in
operation, which makes him the second longest running speedway promotion in US history, besides the Oxley Family of the World Famous, Costa Mesa Speedway in California. Many of the sport's most famous faces have raced at, or visited, the legendary local track, including World Individual Champions Ivan Mauger, Bruce Penhall, Sam Ermolenko, Billy Hamill and Greg Hancock. This season is set to be no different as both Ermolenko and Hamill have expressed an interest in competing at the venue amongst other notable international names.
Owego Little League News The 19th Annual Owego Little League Tournament is accepting registrations for the month-long post regular season event at Hyde Park. Tournament Co-Direrectors Mike and Elena Beyer say the dates for the tournaments are as follows: 10U from Monday, June 30, through Sunday, July 13, with B and C Brackets. No A brackets this year and no games
on July 4. Deadline to register is Sunday, June 15. 12U from Monday, July 14, through Sunday, July 27, with B and C Brackets. No A brackets this year. Deadline to sign up is Monday, July 7. Check the OLL Web Site www.eteamz.com/owego for more tournament information including rules, application, roster and all forms.
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June 30 is the deadline to pre-register for the New York State FFA Tractor Driving Safety Contest at the 2014 Empire Farm Days at Rodman Lott & Son Farms in Seneca Falls, NY. The competition for students aged 14 to 18 will be held Thursday, August 7, at the Northeast’s largest outdoor agricultural trade show. The Junior division of the contest is open to 14-16 year olds; the Senior division is for 16-18 year olds. The Senior Division winner goes on to compete at the Big E Exposition in Springfield, MA, in September. Preparing for the annual competition teaches students the importance of learning and using safe farm equipment operating skills. Students complete a written safety exam, a parts identification task, and driving courses with 2-wheel and 4-wheel wagons. “This competition helps students test how well they have learned safe tractor operation and driving skills. A strong performance at Empire Farm Days is something they can add to their resumes in pursuit of an agricultural career,” says
New York State FFA Tractor Driving Safety Contest Coordinator Jon Clayson. To pre-register, contestants may submit their name and age division to Clayson by June 30, 2014, at JClayson@pioneercsd.org. Walk-up registrations will be accepted the day of the contest. Contest sponsors include John Deere, Kubota, H&S Farm Equipment, New Holland Case International, the New York Center for Agricultural Medicine and Health, Massey Ferguson, Java Farm Supply, Lamb and Webster, American Equipment and Kioti. The competition begins at 9:30am at the Empire Farms Days event that covers 300 acres with 600-plus representatives of agricultural institutions and organizations; farm equipment and ATV test driving opportunities; DairyProfit, equine and crops seminars; farm safety, live animal and agricultural plastics recycling demonstrations; and farm family life displays. Learn more at www.empirefarmdays.com.
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Vestal Youth Football Accepting Registrations Vestal Youth Football League is now accepting registrations for the 2014 season. The league offers four divisions: Flag Football for 5 to 6 year olds, Lower Division for 7 to 8 year olds, Middle Division to 9 to 10 year olds, and Upper
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Central NY Farm to be Major Sponsor of Harness Racing TV Series Continuing its massive investment in harness racing, Crawford Farms, located on more than 100 acres in Central New York, has signed on as a premier sponsor of the Meadowlands Pace, to be broadcast nationally for the first time since 1999. The $750,000 classic for the sport’s premier 3-year-old pacers will air on CBS Sports Network on Saturday, July 12. Crawford Farms has also been a major sponsor at the two Upstate New York tracks owned by Jeff Gural, Tioga Downs and Vernon Downs, for several seasons. “Crawford Farms is very excited about the multiple sponsorships with Vernon Downs, Tioga Downs and the
Meadowlands including the Crawford Farms Trot and the Kindergarten Classic,” said Crawford Farms owner Michelle Crawford. “We feel strongly that more marketing dollars must be spent by all participants for our industry to grow and prosper. A television presence as well as any media production is what our industry needs to thrive. As a New York breeder we are in an industry that needs our support and we are happy to partner with Jeff Gural and his efforts.” Crawford Farms was the leading consignor at the 2013 Morrisville Yearling Sale and a major seller at both the Lexington and Harrisburg sales.
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The 2014 Depot Friday Night Series begins Friday, June 6, and continues for 16 consecutive Friday evenings at the train depot in Newark Valley. The programs are free and everyone is welcome to attend. Doors open at 6:00 pm, programs begin at 7:00 pm. Refreshments are available. Music performances will be on the Depot lawn (weather permitting) so bring your lawn chairs. Enjoy an ice cream sundae or a root beer float while listening to some of your favorite entertainers. The first three programs are: June 6 - TARPS, a band from the Ithaca area playing a great mix of contemporary and classic Rock and Roll music from the 50’s through the 80’s. June 13 - Rick Marsi, local naturalist and author will be on hand
with slides and stories gleaned during his recent experience “Hiking Peru: Machu Picchu to the Amazon. June 20 - Cobblestone Crossing will perform a wide range of music including music of the Kingston Trio; Peter Paul & Mary; John Denver; Woody Guthrie; and a touch of bluegrass and country. For a complete Depot Friday Night schedule call the Newark Valley Historical office at 642-9516. The Friday Night Depot series is sponsored by the Newark Valley Historical Society, and is made possible, in part, with public funds from the NYS Council on the Arts’ Decentralization Program, administered locally by the ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes.
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2014 Schedule of Events and Workshops June 7- Rugs, Rugs, Rugs with Marleta Anderson. Hooked rugs, rag rugs and braided rugs. Hear about a traditional "rag party" making rag strips and rag balls. Young visitors will learn to make rug braids with Joy McCracken. (NIH) June 14 - Fleece to Shawl. Local "Sheep to Shawl" teams will demonstrate. Kathy Halton will teach spinning on a drop spindle to young visitors. (NIH) June 21 - Rocker Beater Loom: Guest lecturer, Phyllis Dean, interprets our newly acquired rocker beater loom with a fly-shuttle. Lecture at 1:00 pm. Visitors will have an opportunity to try weaving on selected early looms. June 28 - Flax Day. Pam (Mawhiney) Wood will highlight all the steps in the processing of our homegrown flax fibers into fine linen thread using our outstanding collection of tools including the flax break, hackles and flax wheel. July 5 -The Museum will be open for tours only. July 12 - Youth Day - Young Hands, Young Hearts. A special day for children and their elders to share in the mysteries of textile arts traditions. Story-telling with Joy McCracken, shepherdess, spinner and weaver. Master dyer Esther Welden will demonstrate natural dyeing, and children will take home samples. (NIH) “No Idle Hands Events” (NIH) offer young visitors hands-on experience and a free kit for the first ten children. Kits include instructions and materials for the featured craft. Special Exhibits: “Spinning and Weaving During the Civil War” and “Rocker Beater Loom.” See www.hometextiletoolmuseum.org for more information on Saturday events and the workshop schedule for 2014 beginning with a “Felt Hat or Scarf” with Denise Tarbox on July 9, “Beginning Cheese Making” on July 11, a “Pie Taker Basket” workshop on July 14, and “Vegan Soap Making” on August 1. For details call the museum at (570) 247-7175 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Ad funded in part by the Bradford County Room Tax Fund and the Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau
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100th Birthday Celebration Truck Show - July 12 Newark Valley Fire Department's 1914 Federal Fire Truck is 100 years old. A 100th Birthday Celebration Truck Show with emphasis on new and old fire apparatus and antique trucks will be held on July 12, from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, at
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Zion Lutheran School Receives Grants
Zion Lutheran School in Owego recently received two grants totaling over $850 from the Owego Apalachin Foundation for Excellence. Heather Roseboom, K/1 Teacher wrote a grant and received funding for a new tire swing for the school’s playground. Ruth Schian, 2/3 grade teacher, wrote a grant to replace her classroom rug with a new one that will have a map of the United States on it, as well as bean bag chairs, and magnetic writing boards for her students. The Owego-Apalachin Foundation for Excellence in Education is a
community wide, independent, not-forprofit organization. Its mission is to enhance the education of the students within the Owego-Apalachin district boundaries, public and non-public, by providing private funding and stimulating community support for innovative and challenging programs in the schools. Grants have put over $130,000 back into the community since it was formed in 1997. For more information on the foundation, go to www.oafoundation.com Zion Lutheran School enrolls children from preschool through 6th Grade.
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Photo by: WEBO –Dave Radigan A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony was held on May 20 at The Kitchen Store at 59 North Avenue in Owego. The owner, Sue Michaels, moved her storefront from Apalachin to downtown Owego. She will be selling kitchen gadgets and
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Three to be Added to OFA Wall of Fame Three Owego Free Academy alumni will be added to the OFA Wall of Fame during an induction ceremony on Wednesday, June 11, at the school. The 2014 inductees are David Beere, OFA Class of 1936, student, athlete, Lt. Commander, US Navy, and international
businessman; R. Thomas Bryant, OFA Class of 1968, student, athlete, teacher, coach, athletic director, and excellent role model to students and colleagues; and Dean Smith, OFA Class of 1974, student, athlete, volunteer, and recognized community leader.
Depot to Host Cruise-In The Depot in Newark Valley will once again host Concours D’ Elegance, more frequently know as a Cruise-In on the first Saturday in each month from 5:00 to 8:00 pm beginning in June and continuing through September. Opening night will be June 7. This “Cruise-In” is not limited only to cars of a particular vintage: if it has wheels and you are proud of it, bring it down. There is no charge and the public is encouraged to come. Refreshments
will be available including root beer floats and banana splits. While you are there be sure to tour the 1800s railroad station and the caboose. The waiting room will have a display depicting the life of William Stemming who arrived in Newark Valley in 1912 and eventually built the first modern greenhouse in the area. For more information call Ray Shaver, 642-3627.
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