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Popular Newark Valley Maze Returns for 17th Season

The corn maze at Stoughton Farm in Newark Valley opened to the public on September 18. The Stoughton family, in partnership with maze designer Brett Herbst, founder of the “The MAiZE,” the world’s largest corn maze consulting company, hope to give even more people a chance to experience the unique source of good farming fun in their newly-designed maze. While the correct pathways can be walked in under 30 minutes, most directionallychallenged visitors – adults and children alike – will require about one to two hours to travel through. The 2021 corn maze challenges the senses with its vast 8+ acres of pathways, turning points and dead ends. This year the designer has gone above and beyond to challenge the adventurous with the twists and turns of a fantastic spider and her spider web. The maze will give visitors the chance to “get lost” now through October 31.

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Hours are 9:00 am to 6:00 pm MondaySaturday and 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Sunday (last admission is half hour before closing). On Friday and Saturday nights, hours will extend till 10:00 pm for a nighttime flashlight maze (last admission 9:00 pm). Group reservations are available at any time and school field trips are available during regular school hours by reservation. Stoughton Farm is at 10898 State Route 38 in Newark Valley. Cost is $10.95 for ages 10 and up, $6.95 for ages 4-9, and free for kids 3 and under. Maze admission discounts are available for groups and field trips of fifteen or more people. Combination passes give maze goers unlimited fun with not only the maze, but the Cow Train, Hay Ride, and Jumping Pillow, too. For more information call (607) 6423675, or send an e-mail to info@ stoughtonfarm.com or visit:

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Visions Donates to Chamber of Commerce

Visions Federal Credit Union recently donated $2,000 to the Tioga County Chamber of Commerce. The donation was the result of a promotion Visions ran in June and July, where for every new business member who joined with a product or service, Visions pledged $250 to their local Chamber of Commerce. It was Visions way of saying "thanks" for making an impact in the places we call home. Receiving the check for the Chamber are Sally Yablonsky (center), Interim President & CEO, and Art Poulton (right), Tri-Town Insurance. Art is the Secretary of the Tioga County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.

Stray Haven Birthday Party - Oct. 16 Stray Haven Animal Shelter in Waverly is bringing back its birthday party. On Saturday, October 16, from 5:00 to 8:00 pm, Stray Haven will celebrate its 54th bithday by hosting a supply drive, craft vendors, and food trucks. Enjoy a funnel cake and check out the individually crafted goods available for sale. Groomers from Remi’s Retreat Animal Grooming & Salon will be on-site offering $8 nail trims and $10 brush outs. Meet Stray Haven’s new team and see all of the improvements that have taken place over the last year. Stray Haven SPCA is located at 194 Shepard Road in Waverly. It is open 10am-5pm Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays; 10am to 6pm on Fridays; and

10am to 4pm on Saturdays. It is closed Sundays and Mondays. For more information, call (607) 565-2859 or go to strayhavenspca.org.

Zine Library Opens at Tioga Arts Council

The Apalachin Lions are looking for help with the cleanup of Rt. 434 on Saturday October 9, at 9:00 am. The cleanup crew will meet at BEAM Electronics on Route 434 in Apalachin. The amount of time normally spent is approximately 2 hours to pick up and bag

trash along a designated three-mile stretch of Rt. 434 in Apalachin. Bring work gloves and dress for the weather; all clean-up supplies will be furnished. For more information, call Lion Paul Huonker at 625-2727.

The Tioga Arts Council’s Zine Library is a collection of approximately 200 zines handmade by artists + zinesters from around the world. Visitors are invited to peruse the collection anytime the gallery is open. Those seeking to donate their zines to Tioga Arts Council should mail their submissions to: Attn: TAC Zine Library, Tioga Arts Council, 179 Front Street, Owego NY 13827. www.tiogaartscouncil.org


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This year’s Candor Fall Festival will take place throughout Candor, Friday through Sunday, October 8, 9, and 10. Businesses, organizations and churches throughout Candor will sponsor open houses, bake sales, a community sing, antiques, yard sales, dinners, children’s events, special sales, and more. Highlighting this year’s Fall Festival will be a community party at the Candor Town Hall pavilion. The party is jointly sponsored by the Candor Farmers Market and the Chamber. Music, food, wine tastings, a campfire and s’more bar will be part of the fun.

A quilt show sponsored by the New Quilters on the Block will be at the EMS Building on Main Street. The popular Catatonk Valley 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 at Side Hill Acres Goat Farm, goat cheese and products, wine tasting, antiques, crafts, and open houses. For more information, go to www.CandorNYChamber.org or email candorchamber@gmail.com

AMBA Wellness Program - Oct. 16 The NYS Women Inc., Susquehanna Chapter is sponsoring their Fall Annual AMBA Wellness Program on Saturday, October 16, from 6:00 am to 10:00 am at the First Presbyterian Union Church at 90 North Street in Owego. The AMBA Wellness program includes a panel of blood tests for coronary disease, liver and kidney diseases, Anemia and Diabetes. The cost for the program is $48, which includes the NYS Women Inc. sponsorship fee of $7. Checks for the wellness program are to be made out to AMBA Wellness Pro-

gram, and the $7 sponsor fee to NYS Women Inc., Susquehanna chapter or cash. The following optional tests are available for an additional fee and require a script from your physician; Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA), TSH, Vitamin D, Hemoglobin, A1C, insure colon rectal kit. Participants should contact their physician for permission to have test results sent to their office. To schedule an appointment, call 1800-234-8888 by Friday October 15, 2021.

TC Rural Ministry Holiday Food & Gift Program Registration Tioga County Rural Ministry (TCRM) is taking registrations for holiday food for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Unlike past years, in order to sign up for these programs, TCRM is inviting low to moderate income households in Owego to call 687-3021 and register by phone rather than in person. Space is limited to the

first 250 families who register. If you have children age 18 or younger, you may sign up for a clothing gift and for the toy distribution which will be held at the VFW. The last day to register for these holiday programs is Thursday, October 14.

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“Owego Hose Team Hosts Inaugural Pink Elephant Putt Putt Tournament & Ball Drop” Registration now open for October 23rd tournament at Metro’s Restaurant. On Saturday, October 23, Owego Hose Teams, Inc. is teaming up with Metro’s Restaurant to host a “Putt Putt” contest to benefit its 1866 Amoskeag Steam Fire Engine project. The round of miniature golf or “Putt Putt” includes pizza, salad, and refreshments at one of Owego’s longest running family businesses. In the 1950s, Metro’s was one of the first restaurants in the area to serve pizza - then called “hot pies.” The Captain and Mate tournament will have two flights at 4:00 pm and 7:00 pm. As part of the festivities a ball drop raffle will take place with a possible $10,000 grand prize. Teams are encouraged to register through the Hose Team’s website for the miniature golf tournament at https:// www.owegohoseteams.com/putt-putt/. Paper registrations will be accepted and are also available online. Ball drop tickets for $100 are being sold separately and available at Scott Smith & Son, the Community Shop, Weaver Automotive, VFW, Legion or by contacting a Hose Team Member. Only 200 tickets will be sold ($100 each) for a possible grand prize of $10,000 or half of ticket sale proceeds. The ball drop will take place at Metro’s on October 23 at 6:00 pm. Said Hose

Team Member Ken “Taz” Howard, “You got to be in it to win it!” The monies raised from the tournament support the restoration for the Owego Fire Department’s 1866 Amoskeag Steam Fire Engine and associated “Steamer House” that is being built on North Avenue. The Steamer is currently under repair at Firefly Restorations in Hope, Maine. The Steamer boiler is being rebuilt allowing the fire engine to be operational again making it the oldest operating steam fire engine in the country. Firefly and its owner Andy Swift were recently featured on the Magnolia Network on Discovery Plus with a documentary called “The Fireman.”

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To avoid the wait, call Doug’s at (607) 753-9184 ext. 2 on Wednesday, Oct. 13 only from 11 am to 4 pm. Place your order, schedule a pick-up time, and your order will be ready. www.dougsfishfry.com Broom Sale Wednesday, Oct. 13 The Lions will have brooms for sale at the sponsored Fish Fry at Visions Parking Lot in Apalachin (Tioga Terrace).

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New Weekly Steam Program Mondays, 2 pm A weekly steam program for children in Grades 1 - 5. You have to sign up for each week. Librarians will only accept 8 children for each program and masks are a must. Story Hour Tuesdays & Thursday, 10:30am In the pavilion There is one program each week, presented twice. It’s reading, singing, and playing for preschoolers and an adult. Coat Drive October 1 - November 20 If you have used, clean coats that you would like to donate, drop them off at the library - leave them on the porch now through November 20.

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Sauerbrey Elected President of NYS Association of Counties

County officials from across New York State last month elected Tioga County Chairwoman Martha (Marte) Sauerbrey as the new president of the New York State Association of Counties (NYSAC). Her one-year term began immediately and extends through September 2022, during the Association’s next Fall Seminar. “I’m honored that my peers in county government have elected me to serve this great organization at this critical time,” said President Sauerbrey. “It is more important than ever for our counties to have a seat at the table as we work with our partners in State government to respond to new COVID challenges, keep our residents safe, rebuild our economies, and invest in the future.” Chairwoman Sauerbrey has served Tioga County for over a decade as a

member of the County Legislature and has served as Chair of the Legislative Board since 2014. “Chairwoman Sauerbrey is a dedicated and experienced county leader. Her ability to bring people together, commitment, and vision for creating more effective, efficient and inclusive county governments will make her a vital asset as leader to this great organization,” said immediate past-president and Ontario County Board Chair Jack Marren. Organized in 1925, NYSAC is the only statewide municipal association representing the interests of all the state’s county leaders, including legislators, supervisors, county executives, administrators, commissioners and other county officials who deliver county services. “I've had the pleasure of working with Chairwoman Sauerbrey for many years in various capacities and I’m confident that she’ll bring that same strong energy and collaboration to NYSAC that she has championed in Tioga County. Her leadership will be invaluable as we continue to navigate the extraordinary challenges and opportunities local governments face,” said NYSAC Executive Director Stephen Acquario. NYSAC is a bipartisan organization, with a mission to inform, educate, advocate for, and serve member counties and the thousands of elected and appointed county officials who serve the public. The association represents counties before federal and state officials and works to inform county officials through conferences, workshops, research reports, and a range of publications.

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Trunk-or-Treat in Nichols - Oct. 23 Tioga Catholic Charities will hold a “Trunk or Treat” on Saturday, October 23, from 1:00 to 3:00 pm, at 139 Roki Boulevard in Nichols.

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SPAMALOT the Musical returns to Owego

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Ti-Ahwaga Community Players announced the revivial of Monty Python’s Spamalot, a musical comedy adapted from the 1975 film “Monty Python and the Holy Grail.” Spamalot is a highly irreverent parody of the Arthurian legend, but it differs from the film in many ways. Performances are October 1 - 3, and October 8 - 10. Friday and Saturday performances begin at 8:00 pm, doors

open at 7:30pm. Sunday performances begin at 2:00 pm, doors open at 1:30pm. Ti-Ahwaga Community Players is located at 42 Delphine Street in Owego. For more information or to buy tickets, call 687-2130, or go to tiahwaga.com

NV Concert for Scholarships - Oct 16 The 2021 Newark Valley Community Concert for Scholarships will be held at 7:00 pm on Saturday, October 16, at the Newark Valley High School on Wilson Creek Road. This is the singular major fundraiser that contributes to scholarships for Newark Valley High School graduating seniors. A select group of performers have

committed to entertaining everyone. Everyone is excited to be back together to enjoy an upbeat night of entertainment.

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50 Years Ago - October 1971 It’s October 1971. Walt Disney World opens in Florida. General admission is $3.50 for adults with rides and attractions costing from 10 to 90 cents each. Ticket books and package admission are available. A hot dog costs 25 cents and a hamburger is 60 cents. The musical “Jesus Christ Superstar” opens on Broadway. “Upstairs, Downstairs” premieres on British TV. The US House of Representatives approves the Equal Rights Amendment. At the Country Music Association Awards, Charley Pride is named Entertainer of the Year and Male Vocalist of the Year. Lynne Anderson is Female Vocalist of the Year. Song of the Year is “Easy Lovin” by Freddie Hart and Single of the Year is “Help Me Make it Through the Night” by Sammi Smith. Hugh Downs retires as host of NBC’s “Today” show after nine years. Frank McGee takes over as host. A bomb explodes at the Center for

International Studes at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. No one was in the building. The Pittsburgh Pirates win the World Series. Henry Kissinger arrives in Peking to make arrangements for President Nixon’s visit to China. Nixon nominates Lewis F. Powell, Jr. and William H. Rehnquist to the Supreme Court. Taiwan is expelled from the United Nations to allow the People’s Republic of China to join. The Republic of Congo changes its name to the Republic of Zaire. Britain’s House of Commons votes to apply for membership in the European Economic Community. An IRA bomb explodes at London’s Post Office Tower. In Owego, the new U.S. Army recruiting office opens at 167 Main Street. Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Binghamton plans a $15,200,000 addi-

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tion that will double the size of the hospital. Construction will begin next year. The Owego Town Board approves a preliminary budget of $1,929,001.97 for 1972. A Town of Tioga resident applies for a license to construct and operate a parimutuel quarter horse race track. Ruton E. Beauter is endorsed by the Tioga County Democratic Committee in the upcoming race for county sheriff. The Tri-Cities Opera opens its 23rd season with a performance of Mozart’s “The Magic Flute.” WEBO Radio applies for a license to operate an FM station in Owego. The Owego-Apalachin School District is interested in suggestions on what to do with the Owego Junior High School on Main Street. The school, built in 1923, will be vacant when the new high school opens. Attorney Robert A. Collins proposes Tioga County buy the old junior high for a county office building. Binghamton General Hospital approves a program to allow fathers to be present in the delivery room. They are

the only area hospital to approve such a program. In Apalachin, Harvey’s Barber Shop is open on Pennsylvania Avenue, next to the fire station. Packer’s Auto and Cycle Sales celebrates the grand opening of its new location on Rt 17C near IBM Glendale. Top tunes include “Maggie May” by Rod Stewart; “Go Away, Little Girl” by Donny Osmond, “Gypsies, Tramps, and Thieves” by Cher; and “Superstar” by The Carpenters. Movies playing in local theaters include “The Organization,” “West Side Story,” “M*A*S*H,” “The Out of Towners,” “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,” and “Klute.” Tuesday night TV shows include “The Mod Squad,” “Sarge,” “Cannon,” “Marcus Welby, M.D.,” “Ironside,” “The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour,” and “Hawaii 5-0.” A box of 100 Lipton tea bags costs 99 cents, and a 15-ounce package of Oreo cookies costs 39 cents. Happy Halloween!

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Owego Kiwanis is proud to present its 2021 ornament featuring Lake Street in Owego. It is available now, and

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Ribbon Cutting at Summit Fitness / Tioga Fitness

The Tioga County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on September 28 for Summit Fitness/Tioga Fitness at their new facility at 30 Elm Street in Owego. Summit Fitness will hold an open house on October 9 at 10:00 am. All attendees will receive a free pass to attend a class of their choice. There will be exercise demos and refreshments will be served. (photo by Wendy Post)

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