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Little Meadows Bank to Close
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This year marks the 20th Anniversary of the events of September 11, 2001, when terrorists hijacked commercial jets and attacked the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. Never Forget & Always Remember September 11, 2001. Never Forget & Always Remember those who died, those who survived, and those brave heroes who answered the call to help others. Among those who answered the call to help others were members of Tioga County, NY, Fire Departments (see photos below)
The Community Bank in Little Meadows will close on September 10. The bank located is located at 1033 Maple Street (Pennsylvania Avenue) in Little Meadows. In 1968, County National Bank
opened on November 23 in Little Meadows. Bank customers will now have to go to the Community Bank in Montrose or Owego.
Ribbon Cutting & Open House at Coburn Library - Sept. 16
September 2001 - Volunteers from Tioga County fire departments are lined up and ready to go to New York City.
September 2001 - Volunteers from Tioga Co. arrive in New York City. View of the back of the Coburn Free Library on Main St. in Owego. The new Accessible Elevator Annex is on the right.
September 2001 - Volunteers from Tioga County pose for a group photo in New York City.
The Board of Trustees and the Executive Director of the Coburn Free Library in Owego are very happy to announce the opening of the Library’s Accessible Elevator Annex. Thanks to the Finger Lakes library construction grant, the Downtown Rehabilitation Initiative, local foundation grants, and many individual donations, the library is accessible to all. A public library is the cornerstone of a community. It has the capacity to pull together all parts of its community—for education, information, enrichment, and the simple joy of borrowing a favorite book. A public library cannot do all these things if some of its members cannot access the building. Some of Coburn Library’s patrons have had difficulty using the library - the elderly, those with mobility issues, parents with strollers. Join the library in celebrating by at-
tending the official ribbon cutting ceremony at 3:00 pm on Thursday, September 16, followed by an Open House from 3:00 to 6:00pm. Coburn Library is at 275 Main Street in Owego. For more information, go to https://coburnfreelibrary.org/ or call the library at 687-3520.
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The Apalachin Lions Foundation recently received a grant for $3,151 from the Mildred Faulkner Truman Foundation. The grant completes funding for a new storage facility for supplies and equipment used by the Apalachin Lions for their community service projects and fundraising efforts. In addition to the Mildred Faulkner Truman grant, the Apalachin Lions Foundation was awarded two additional grants for this project: From the Community Foundation for South Central New York ($5,000 from its Small Grants Program) and a matching grant of $5,000 from the New York State and Bermuda Lions Foundation. These grant funds and matching funds from the Apalachin Lions Foundation allow the Apalachin Lions to move ahead with construction with completion expected by late fall 2021.
The Apalachin Lions Foundation and its members gratefully acknowledge these three foundations for their generous and meaningful support of this project. The Apalachin Lions also recognize the cooperation of the Town of Owego Board members and staff in facilitating the location of the new storage facility in an available section of Muth Park in Apalachin. The Apalachin Lions Club members have served the Apalachin and nearby communities since 1956 with a variety of service projects including Christmas Baskets, Back-To-School, scholarships, highway cleanup, youth eye screenings, eyeglasses/hearing aids, temporary loan of medical equipment and others. If you are interested in supporting the Apalachin Lion’s local efforts, contact the Lions at: https://www.lionsclubs.org/en/start-ourapproach/club-locator/details?id=8107
Seeking Applications for Youth Fund Sayre, PA-The Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers (CFTT) is seeking applications for grants that will benefit the youth of Tioga County, New York. These grants will be awarded from the Floyd Hooker Youth Fund at the Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers. The 2021 amount available to grant is $21,650. This is open to governmental or non-profit organizations that benefit the youth of Tioga County, NY. Floyd Hooker was a resident of Owego who dedicated a portion of his estate to benefit the children and youth of Tioga County. An application may be obtained from CFTT’s website www.twintierscf.org or by contacting email@example.com or by calling (570) 888-4759. You may also write to CFTT, 104 W. Lockhart St., Sayre, PA 18840.
The deadline for filing an application is 5:00 pm on Thursday, October 21. The 2021 grant recipients must have completed their grant report before a new application. Founded in 2003, the Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers serves 5 counties: Bradford, Potter, Sullivan and Tioga Counties, PA and Tioga County, New York. The Foundation is committed to building philanthropic resources that will sustain healthy and vital communities now and into the future. The Foundation currently manages over 115 funds valued at over $8 million dollars and has awarded over $1.2 million in grants and scholarships since inception, positively impacting hundreds of lives in the region. For more information on its work in the community contact Suzanne Lee at (570) 888-4759.
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In partnership with the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, Owego 1039, Tioga County Rural Economic Area Partnership (REAP) LDC announced the receipt of a grant from the Mildred Faulkner Truman Foundation. These grant monies will be used to make much-needed repairs to the Elks’ historic building, located at 223 Front Street in the Village of Owego. Built in the 1830s and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Elks Lodge is a significant building in the Village of Owego. For nearly 200 years, the building has been opened to the community for fundraisers, gatherings, and events. Repair of the roof is a critical next step in securing the future and long-term sustainability of the Owego Elks Lodge. According to Abbey Ortu, President of REAP and Community Development Specialist for Tioga County Economic Development and Planning, “Tioga County REAP is happy to partner with
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the Owego Elks on this important project. In addition to financial assistance, the space, volunteers, and resources that the Owego Elks share have an incredibly positive impact on our community. Making repairs to this historic building will help ensure the continued stability of the Elks’ charitable giving.” Steven Gregory, B.P.O. Elks Owego, Exalted Ruler, stated “We’re so thankful for this support. This grant will help stabilize the building and allow us to move forward with our roof project and keep helping the community. Hundreds of people come through the Lodge every year; this grant will keep the building safe and open to all.” Roof repair estimates are approximately $250,000. Donations may mailed to the Owego Elks 1039, PO Box 6, Owego, NY 13827. The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Owego is a 501(c)(8) not-for-profit fraternal organization. Tioga County's
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Lions’ Annual Coat Drive In October and November, the Apalachin Lions will be collecting clean, useable winter coats for those in need. The coat drive will be held October 3 through November 21. Coats can be left at St. Margaret Mary’s Chuch on Pennsylvania Avenue in Apalachin (leave coats on the table
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Tioga Opportunities, Inc. Welcomes New Director of Planning and Development
Tioga Opportunities, Inc. announce the hiring of Sara ZubalskyPeer (pictured above) as the Director of Planning and Development. Under the newly developed position, Sara will be charged with positioning the agency for long-term sustainability through the planning of new or expanded community development initiatives, growth in small business start-ups, and housing development and rehab through grants and/or private investments. Sara will carry out comprehensive community growth and planning strategies and
collaborate with nonprofit and forprofit organizations, government leaders, private developers, and public interest groups to implement projects. In her previous roles before joining Tioga Opportunities, Inc., Sara managed a variety of programs working with low- to moderateincome populations, such as the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher program, Community Development Block Grant program, CARES Act funds, and Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery program. She also oversaw the First Time Homebuyers Program and was involved in projects that improved the parks, infrastructure, and capital improvements to neighborhood facilities. Executive Director, Maureen Abbott stated, “The addition of Sara to the TOI team fills a large void in the agency as it continues to plan for long-term growth and sustainability. Sara’s knowledge and experience will lend itself to meeting the agency objective. TOI is thrilled to have her on board and expects great things for Tioga County in the years to come.”
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Great Library Giveback September 16 - October 16 The library will be collecting socks. Any kind, any size. There will be a collection bin in the lobby. All socks collected will be donated to local charities. Talk Like a Pirate Week September 20 - 25 Ahoy! Stop in and see displays about pirates, sample pirate goodies, and get acquainted with the Mango Language Database on the Finger Lakes Library website. The Mango Languages app has over 70 language courses– including pirate. Maker Space Open House Saturday, Sept. 25, 11am-1pm Stop in to make macramé key chains, window stars, perler bead magnets and sewing needle cases (a sewing project). Banned Book Week September 26 - October 2 Celebrate the freedom to read. Stop in and see the display of banned books. Thank you Thank you to everyone who is donating books. And thank you to everyone who donated to the school supply collection.
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Book Barn News Children’s books will still be buy 1, get 1 free. There will be a display of Amish books, and a selection of large print books. It’s important that you bring the correct amount with you: a bag of books is $5 (please use the library’s bags), hardcovers are $1, paperbacks are 50 cents, children’s books are 25 cents.
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Book Discussion Group Are you interested in a book discussion group? If so, let a librarian know. If there is enough interest, the librarians will be starting a group. Self-Care Awareness Month Each week in September the librarians will be giving out treats to help make you feel special ( a week is Thursday to Thursday). Stop in and join in the fun. Pick up a Self-Care Bingo card. Do 4 things in a row on the card and mark them off. Bring the card in and it will go into a drawing. The librarians will draw a winner on October 2. The prize is a one-hour therapeutic massage. Wear a Mask in the Library Be sure to wear a mask when you are in the library. It’s so important for those who cannot get vaccinated. If you don’t have your own mask, the librarians have one for you right by the front door. New Clerks The library has two new clerks. Please welcome Tina and Mary when you are here.
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This month at the Tioga County Historical Society in Owego, Robert Gongleski of the Susquehanna Valley Railroad Historical Society will present “Along the Line of the Lehigh Valley Railroad from New York to Niagara Falls,” a postcard view of the Lehigh Valley Railroad. The presentation will be on Saturday, September 11, from 11:00 am to 12:00 Noon, at the Tioga County Historical Society Museum at 110 Front Street in Owego. Robert will present 280 vintage views of the Lehigh Valley Railroad,
from the eastern terminal near the Hudson River and New York City along the line to Buffalo with views of towns, stations and branch lines. The event is hosted by the Tioga County Historical Society in conjunction with its “Historic Railroads of the Southern Tier” exhibit running through October 2, 2021. For more information, call the museum at 687-2460, send email to email@example.com, or go to www.tiogahistory.org
Vendors Wanted for October Craft Fair Registrations are now being accepted from vendors wishing to sell their craft items at a craft fair to be held October 23 in Little Meadows, PA. The craft fair is being sponsored by the Little Meadows United Methodist Church Women, and will be held on Saturday, October 23, from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm (with set up at 7:30 am) at the Little Meadows Fire Company Hall, 836 Maple St., Little Meadows, PA. The cost is $25 for one 8-foot
space, with or without a table, and $20 for one 6-foot space, with or without a table. Electricity will not be available. Any craft items may be sold, except for food. For more information, and/or to register, call Donna at (607) 2059051 or Barb at (570) 395-3248, or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Payment must be submitted to reserve your table.
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50 Years Ago September 1971 It’s September 1971. The JFK Center for the Performing Arts opens in Washington, D.C. with a performance of Leonard Berstein’s “Mass.” Miss Ohio, 22-year-old Laurie Lee Schaefer, is crowned Miss America. Nikita Khrushchev, 77, former Soviet Premier, dies. The US Forest Service introduces “Woodsy Owl” who tells people to “Give a hoot, don’t pollute!” After 34 years, “Look” magazine ceases publication due to rising postal rates, poor advertising revenue, and competition from TV. Greeting card companies start selling “blank” cards with no messages inside. The 1971-72 school year begins in the Owego-Apalchin School District with 4,613 students attending the first day of classes. This year, Latin is no longer offered, and driver education is not offered during the regular school year. At the Apalachin Elementary School William Motsko replaces Morris Cape as principal. The first issue of the “Tioga County Gazette and Times” is published. Village of Owego trustee Clyde E. Barnes is appointed mayor of Owego until the March election. He replaces Dr. Newton Schulman who plans to relocate to the West Indies. In Athens, Pa., 45 hourly and salaried employees are laid off at Ingersoll Rand A grease fire damages Conway’s Diner on North Avenue in Owego. The Apalachin Volunteer Fire Dept.
seeks donations for their drive to puchase a new ambulance. Three workers are injured at a construction site in Binghamton when a 54foot scaffold collapses. Two of the men are from Tioga County, the third from Broome County. In Waverly, a new 80-bed nursing home is dedicated. Located near Tioga General Hospital, the nursing home costs more than $2 million and took more than a year to build. The Village of Owego must remove more than 160 dead or diseased trees in the village. Many of the trees suffer from Dutch Elm Disease. Former first lady Mamie Eisenhower celebrates her 75th birthday with a party in Washington where President Nixon plays “Happy Birthday” on the piano. Movies playing in local theaters include “McCabe & Mrs. Miller,” “The Summer of ‘42,” “Hello, Dolly,” “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,” “The Omega Man” starring Charlton Heston, “Le Mans” starring Steve McQueen, “The Cheyenne Social Club,” “Tora! Tora! Tora!” “2001: A Space Odyssey,” and “ M*A*S*H.” Monday night TV shows include “Gunsmoke,” “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In,” “Nanny and the Professor,” “Here’s Lucy,” “Doris Day,” and “My Three Sons.” And at Lange’s TV on Lake Street in Owego, a 19-inch Motorola solid state portable color TV with Insta-Matic Color Tuning costs $448, cart included!
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County Legisture Meeting - Sept. 16 The ninth regular meeting of the Tioga County Legislature will be held at 12:00 Noon on Thursday, September 16, in the auditorium of the county office building at 56 Main Street in Owego. Committee meetings and legislative worksessions will be held in
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Candor Historical Society Raffles Hand-Carved Cardinal
The Candor Historical Society was at the Candor Farmer’s Market last month to highlight their raffle fundraiser to help off-set costs needed to renovate Candor’s History Center—the old Candor Grange Hall on Main Street. The society is raffling “Frosty Morning Cardinal,” a donated hand-carved cardinal by world famous woodcarver Roger Westgate. On hand at the booth was current His-
torical Society President Nancy Riggs, and Board Member Dick Zavatto. Tickets will also be available at additional Candor’s Thursday Farmers Markets, at all Historical Society events, at the History Center on Monday mornings, and by contacting Patti Reichert at (607) 760-7551. For more information, go to: www.candorhistoricalsociety.weebly.com
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