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EAGLE - Bville Public Library
SPORTS: Exciting stretch for B'ville Baseball... .Page 14
COMMUNITY: Looking Backward highlights local veteran.... Page 3
Memorial
Day tribute
Volume 85, No. 21
May 27 to June 2,
2009
INFO
VOTERS
B'ville honors our
servicemen May 30
APPROVE
By Erin Smith
BUDGET
[email protected]
BALDWINSVILLE
RESIDENTS VOTED
IN FAVOR OF THE
$93,669,512 DISTRICT BUDGET AND IN
FAVOR OF PROPOSITION 1, A 10-BUS
PURCHASE.
VOTERS ALSO OPTED
FOR CHANGE ELECTING THREE NEW
BOARD MEMBERS, BURRILL WELLS, CYNTHIA
CRONIN AND JIM
GOULET.
FOR MORE DETAILS, SEE
PAGE 7.
CALENDAR 2
CANTON WOODS
SENIOR CENTER.. 19
CLASSIFIEDS EDITORIAL 22
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LIBRARY 12
PAC-B 20
SCHOOL NEWS
SPowrs 6
14
A May 30 parade isn't the only
tradition Baldwinsville's Memorial Day celebration still honors.
There is the raising of the colors at the Veteran's Monument
prior to the parade, the wreath
ceremony honoring servicemen
lost at sea at the bridge during the
parade and the ceremony at St.
Mary's and Riverview cemeteries
after the parade.
Some traditions have fallen
by the wayside, such as village
elementary children marching with their classes along the
bridge and dropping lilacs into
the river to honor servicemen
lost at sea or children decorating
their bikes in red, white
then joining the tail end of the
parade. While these traditions
remain fond memories for longtime Baldwinsville residents, the
celebration and recognition of
our servicemen remains strong
with our parade, seeing greater
numbers each and every year.
• With the continued growth of
this time-honored celebration,
many tend to find a seat with
a view along the parade route
and end up missing some of
the unique features of the day's
events.
This year, Sarah Baker, who coorganizes the event with her husband, Jack, encourages everyone
to witness the wreath ceremony
at the river.
"This is a tradition to highlight," she said. "[The commander
of the VFW and of the American
Legion] lead a prayer, then throw
an eco-friendly wreath from the
bridge into the Seneca River to
honor all those who've died at sea.
This has been a tradition here for
more than 50 years."
Baker added that this year the
David Hunter Piper Band will
play "Amazing Grace" before the
parade resumes.
Saturday's celebration
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This year's parade will begin
at 5 p.m. Saturday May 30.
The 122nd Regiment Infantry
("Onondagas") re-enactors will
again march and be stationed at
the Civil War Monument at Riverview Cemetery for the Memorial
Please see Memorial, page 9
ERIN SMITH
Joe Coleman discusses his views on government. Coleman was recently selected as the Democratic Party's candidate for
the first district county legislator position, which is currently held by Legislator Richard Lesniak of Lysander.
By Erin Smith
[email protected]
oe Coleman believes in the power of
partnerships.
Throughout his professional career,
the Baldwinsville resident has consistently found this philosophy successful and, having
recently been announced by the Democratic Party
as a candidate for the first district county legislator
position, he intends to bring his belief in partnerships to the legislature.
Coleman has lived in Lysander for 42 years with
his wife, Kathy, of 47 years. They have five children,
all of which attended Baker High School, and
12 grandchildren. He will be contesting current
County Republican Legislator Rich Lesniak.
"It's a good place," he said about his choice to
settle down in Baldwinsville. "It was important to
set roots and the school system was excellent."
Having been a member of the system, Coleman
should know. After earning his bachelor's degree
from Cornell University and his master's from
the University of Maryland, he taught biology at
Baker High School in 1967 and later served as the
school's principal from 1976 to 1986. From there, he
became the director of secondary education (seventh through 12th grades) at Cortland City Schools.
This position provided him with the opportunity
to create a significant partnership.
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"I'm approaching this
with a passion and a view
to be an advocate for constituents.We have to sit
down and talk with people.
We need to have partnerships?'
Joe Coleman
Working with the Department of Social Services
(DSS) and SUNY Cortland, Coleman initiated a
comprehensive prevention program for at-risk
youth known as Graduation Requires Effort And
Time (GREAT) Kids. At the time, statistics showed
that 20 percent of incoming seventh grade students
in the Cortland City School District were dropping
out. Coleman saw an opportunity to maximize the
three organizations' resources to curb the dropout
rate. Together, DSS, SUNY Cortland and the district
envisioned and then created the GREAT program,
which was the first of its kind in the state.
SE'is i t u s a. t: c r yli ri
Please see Partnerships, page 17
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DATEBOOK
MESSENGER
5910 Firestone Drive
Syracuse, NY I 3206
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Editor:
Erin Smith
450-0904
[email protected]
Editor's note: Send your event notices to the Baldwinsville Messenger, 8
Mechanic St, Baldwinsville, N.Y. 13027.
The fax number is 434-8883. Send
e-mail messages in body of message
and not as attachment to [email protected]
cnyliniccom.
Notices must have the date, time
and location of the event For further
information, call 450-0904.
This week
The Baldwinsville Women's Garden Club will host their annual
perennial plant sale from 9 a.m. to
noon Saturday May 30 (rain or shine)
at the River Mall, next to P&C, on
Downer St. in Baldwinsville. Garden
club members offer plants from their
gardens for sale. Call 635-3602.
May 30
Display Advertising:
Paul Nagle
434-8889, ext. 308
[email protected]
(deadline: 5 p.m. Friday)
A chicken barbecue will be held
beginning at 4 p.m. Saturday May 30
at the Warners United Methodist
Church. Take-out only, the menu
includes a half of barbecued chicken,
salt potatoes, cabbage salad, mixed
veggies and brownies.
May 30
Classified Advertising:
Joe Martell
434-1988
[email protected]
(deadline: S p.m.Thursday)
Upcoming
June 6
May 30
Sports:
Phil Blackwell
434-8889, ext. 348
[email protected]
will host a chicken barbecue beginning at noon Sunday May 31 at
the church located on Route 370,
five miles west of Baldwinsville.
$7.50 for complete dinner with half
chicken, $5.50 for complete dinner
with quarter chicken, $4.50 for half
chicken only. Eat in or take out.
This year's Baldwinsville Memorial Day parade will be held at 5
p.m. Saturday May 30.Those wishing
to participate in the parade should
contact Peg Markham at 638-2652
or e-mail [email protected]
for an application.
May 31
The Plainville Christian Church
Grace Church will host a chicken
barbecue extravaganza from noon
to 6 p.m. Saturday June 6 at Grace
Episcopal Church, Oswego Street in
Baldwinsville. $8 for a half-chicken
meal, $6 for a quarter chicken meal
($1 less for tickets bought in advance: call 635-3214).
June 6
The Little Utica United Methodist Church will hold a chicken and
biscuit dinner beginning at 4 p.m.
Saturday June 6 at the church on
Lamson Road, three miles west of
Route 48. Menu includes roasted
chicken.homemade biscuits, mashed
potatoes, gravy, carrots, coleslaw,
homemade breads, beverages and
homemade pies. $8 for adults, $7.50
for seniors, $3 for children 5 to 12
and younger than 5 free.After 5 p.m.,
call 678-2270 for availability.
June 7
Empower Federal Credit Union
will present the AIDS Community
Resources' 17th Annual AIDS Walk/
Run at 10 a.m. June 7 at Beaver Lake
Nature Center in Baldwinsville.The
event features a 5K fundraising walk
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and a 10K fundraising run and minimum registration is $25 per person.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. and
the event will be held rain or shine.
June 12
- The Van Buren Republican Woman's Club, in conjunction with the
Acme Mystery Company, will present "Deadly Inheritance," a dinner
theater show,at 6:30 p.m. Friday June
12 at the Fireside Inn, 2345W. Genesee St in Baldwinsville.Tickets are
$37.50 and include a dinner choice
of prime rib, chicken Parmesan or
baked/fried haddock. Call 635-3275
for reservation.
Aug. 21
C. W. Baker Class of 1974 will
Tutors needed
Calling retired teachers who
would like to earn some extra money for tutoring a few hours per week
at the Huntington Learning Center
at Moyers Corners. Call Candace
Edwards at 622-2515.
Volunteer coordinator
needed
Baldwinsville PAC-B (cable access
Channel 98) is in need of a volunteer
coordinator. The bulk of the duties
would be to maintain a list of active
volunteers and to schedule the taping of local events for broadcast on
Channel 98. Call 638-2156.
Lunch for seniors
celebrate its 35th Reunion Aug.
21 and 22. Organizers continue to
update classmates contact information. If you have information about
classmates, contact Cindy Dowd
Greene at 635-1981.
Plainville United Church of Christ
offers hot, nutritious lunch to seniors at noon every Wednesday for
a donation of $2.50 in the community hall at 754W. Genesee Road in
Plainville, reservations required. Call
635-7438 by Tuesday evening.
Nov.14
Summer trap/skeet
Baker High School's vocal jazz ensemble, Silk & Satin, is preparing for
its annual holiday craft fair,which will
be held from 10 a.m.to 4 p.m.Nov.I4
at the high schoo1,29 E Oneida St. in
Baldwinsville. Crafters and vendors
are needed. If you are interested in
participating in the show, call Rona
Rich at 635-7481.
The B'ville Rod and Gun Club,
located at the corner of Kingdom
and Gunbarrel roads, has opened
summer shooting hours.The trap is
open at 6 p.m. Mondays and 10 a.m.
Saturdays. Skeet is open at 10 a.m.
Saturdays. Sporting clays are open
at 4 p.m.Thursdays. Eye and hearing
protection is a requirement Groups
or business shooting can be arranged
at other times. Call 447-1 38 I . The
monthly meeting of the BRGC is
held at 7 p.m. the first Thursday of
the month. Meetings are held at the
club.All are welcome.
Ongoing
Visitor center volunteers
Volunteers needed for the Baldwinsville Visitor Center located on
the Seneca River at Canal Lock 24.
Workers are needed for two-hour
increments during the summer
season to help boaters and other
visitors with information about our
area. Supporting material is available at the visitor center. Call Mary
Kay Hueber (638-8739) or Jeanne
Hickok (635-2353).
MOMS club
MOMS Club International is a
non-profit stay-at-home support
group that welcomes moms and
their children. Enjoy outings, play
groups, field trips and moms' nights
out. The group has a chapter in
Baldwinsville and is looking for new
members. Call 559-3533 or visit
momsclub.org .
Open registration
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton preschool
is registering students for the 200910 school year.There are classes for
3-, 4- and 5-year-olds in this developmentally appropriate program.
Call 652-9364.
Parkinson's resource center
The Parkinson's Disease resource
center is open from 7:30 a.m. to 6
p.m. Monday through Friday at the
Silver Fox Senior Social Club at 22
E. Genesee St in Baldwinsville. The
center offers a library of information in videos, brochures and books
and a quiet place to visit with other
people with Parkinson's disease on
an informal basis at-no cost. Call the
,club at 635-5335.
Passport applications
The town ofVan Buren clerk's office will accept passport applications
from 9 a.m.to 4 p.m. Monday through
Friday at the town hall, corner ofVan
Buren and Ellsworth roads in Van
Buren. An original birth certificate,
driver's license and passport photos
are required. Call 635-3010.
Alzheimer's support group
An Alzheimer's Association support group will be held at 6:30 p.m.
the secondTuesday of each month at
the Baldwinsville Methodist Church.
The monthly meetings are open to
caregivers of people with Alzheimer's disease. Call 800-272-3900.
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PFD commissioner's meeting
Drivers needed
Baldwinsville Meals on Wheels
desperately needs drivers. Even once
a month would be greatly appreciated. Call 638-2 I 71.
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The monthly meetings of the
Plainville Fire District Board of Commissioners will be held at 7 p.m. the
second Tuesday of every month at
the schoolhouse in Plainville.
Messenger office hours
The Messenger office is at 8 Mechanic St, Baldwinsville.
Regular office hours are from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.Tuesdays,
Wednesdays and Thursdays.To schedule an appointment
at an akernate time, please call Editor Erin Smith at 4500904. On Tuesdays, call Erin at 434-8889.
MESSENGER, MAY 27, 2009/3
COMMUNITY
Boards in brief
Looking Backward
Verizon negotiations
'Remember when Harley flew
over the Hump'
By Erin Smith
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A committee of representatives from the village of Baldwinsville and the towns of Van Buren and Lysander is in the process
of negotiating a deal with Verizon, which means Greater Baldwinsville may soon have two competing cable providers. The
committee consists of Lysander Councilor Art Levy Van Buren
Councilor Mary Frances Sabin and Baldwinsville Trustee Dick
Clarke.
"Competition is a good thing," Levy *said.
The three met with a New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) representative last Wednesday because every cable
TV franchise needs to be approved by the NYS PSC.
"We reviewed certain aspects of PSC's rules and regulations,
so we are confident of our ground when we go to negotiate with
Verizon," Levy said. "We spent a lot of time discussing what we
would like to negotiate in the Verizon contract. One concern we
all share is [PAC-B TV], so PAC-B continues and grows."
Levy said the committee intended to meet soon to strategize
with the hope of beginning negotiations with Verizon in the
near future.
"Our hope is this will be concluded long before the end of this
year," he said adding that Verizon also told the committee they
hoped to be able to offer service in the three municipalities by
the end of the year
By Steve McMahon
[email protected]
It's hard to believe that
World War II ended nearly 65
years ago. So much time has
passed that we sometimes
forget the sacrifices made by
the men and women of our
armed forces. Our community
sent its share of young folks
into harm's way, but there are
fewer of them around today to
remind us of that fact. Harley
Loveless is one of the few.
I first met Harley last November, while researching a
story for this column. At that
time I wrote, "He's a bit modest, so I had to coax him to
talk about his war record. I'm
saving that story for another
time." Well, that time is now.
After all, Memorial Day is May
30.
The few WWII veterans I've
met are all too modest to call
attention to themselves, and
Harley is no exception. His
first response to my request
was, "I don't want people to
think that I'm some kind of local hero." But, I'll leave that up
to the reader.
Like his father before him,
Harazworked as a butcher in
Ig aaa's slaulrerhouse for
years. After the wdr, he opened
the Baldwinsville Billiard Parlors on West Genesee Street. A
1954 Messenger ad for the place
announced that, "If we don't
have what you want, we'll try
to get it for you." Like Harley
himself, the slogan's simplicity
and straightforwardness are
VB fire study complete
Public Safety Consultant Ron Graner of RFG Associates
recently completed the fire district study for the town of Van
Buren, a report that is approximately 200 pages.
In the report, he makes 34 specific recommendations and
32 strategic recommendations, which include dissolving and
reorganizing all current fire districts, establishing a regional
approach to fire and rescue services that would invite the towns
of Lysander, Geddes, Camillus and Elbridge to participate,
creating a public relations program that educates residents
and creating a region-wide volunteer firefighter recruitment
program.
"I am aware thateonie may not agree with some Of the rec-
refreshing. _
Harley served in the army
twice, but longest with the 443"d
Troop Carrier Group in the
315th Carrier Group Squadron
Woodboiler law passes
A local law regarding outdoor woodboiler regulation was
passed during the May 11 Lysander board meeting. The town
now requires any woodboiler owner to register the device
with a permit and to build and maintain it according to the
manufacturer's instructions. Woodboilers are not permitted in
residential developments.
of the U.S. Army Air Force
(USAAF). They fought in the
Asiatic-Pacific theatre of
operations from March 1944
through December 1945.
Paying for TDR
Lysander officials recently approved payment to Barton &
Loguidice (B&L) for services in relation to the development of
the Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) program.
For services rendered from 2007 to Oct. 15, 2008, the town paid
B&L $34,200. The vote was three to two with Councilors Brian
May and Jack Krisanda voting against. For services estimated,
the board approved a payment not to exceed $36,800. Krisanda
also voted against this motion.
Please see Boards, page 9
Four Baldwinsville residents
are homeless due to a fire that
broke out at their apartment at
1 Cedarwood Boulevard in Van
Buren on the morning of May
19. The apartment sustained
water and smoke damage.
Route 48 near Village Green
was lined with fire trucks as
officials worked to put the fire
out. Traffic along the road was
reduced to one lane.
The Onondaga-Oswego Chapter of the American Red Cross
is providing emergency assistance to the residents.
Harley was briefly reunited with his wife and son in March 1944 before leaving
with his squadron for the Pacific Theatre.
.
onunendations listed in this report, but we are confident that
all will see that improvement is necessary" Supervisor Claude
Sykes wrote in a letter accompanying the report.
The full report will be available on the town Web site for residents to review or residents can request an e-mail version. Town
board members are reviewing the report and plan to engage in
discussions with the county to discuss the recommendations.
The town spent $5,900 for the study to be completed and Sykes
said, "it was money well spent."
Apartment fire
HARLEY LOVELESS COLLECTION
Harley Loveless and his son, Bob,taken at mission training in Sedalia, Mo.,where
Harley's two tours of duty
led his hometown to proclaim
Nov. 18, 1999, "Harley Loveless
Day" A Messenger article from
the previous day stated that
"Loveless was the first Baldwinsville resident to volunteer
with the armed forces in World
WIBC S COLLECTION
Harley Loveless' plane,a DC3-C47 called the'Miss Nightingale II,' was dedicated
and presented to the U.S.Army Air Force by the Women's International Bowling Congress on Jan. 28, 1945.
War II."
He originally enlisted on
Nov. 29, 1940, and served one
year in the 414th Infantry Division. He was discharged in
November 1941 and came home
for good, he thought. But, that
all changed on Dec. 7, 1941.
Harley remembers that "Two
weeks later Pearl Harbor was
bombed. Iwas already working
long hours on the railroad, and
wasn't getting enough sleep.
It happened on a Sunday, but I
didn't even know about it until
Monday morning."
Harley was called back to
active duty in November 1942.
He said, "I' ll never forget my
examination in Syracuse.
I passed my written exam
hands-down. But, my physical
exam concerned the doctor. He
said, 'You can't go into the service. You've got a heart murmur.' I said right back to him,
'I haven't got a heart murmur.
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OPINION
Paying tribute to those who have died for
country
Protect yoursel from sCams our
ber the sacrifices of all of our
This past weekend we
Editorial
In an economy like this, people are finding many ways-to
make a little extra money on the side. From finding a part-time
job to starting a home business, there are many ways to enrift
few bucks without a huge time commitment:
One increasingly popular way to make money is beconien
"mystery shopper" or "secret shopper" The problem is, people
seeking this type of employment, similar to home or Internet
businesses, often fall prey to scams from illegitimate companies.
Locally senior citizens on fixed incomes have been a targeted
demographic for this type of scam, but there are ways to protect
yourself and your loved ones from losing moneytgieempanies
claiming to assist those looking for some easy money
First of all there is an organization that oversees many
legitimate cOrapanies using mystery shoppers. The Mystin7
Shopping Providers Association (MSPA) Web site, Mysteryshop.
org, has a section on what companies are legitimate as well as
many ways to spot a scam.
These scams generally fall into one of two categories:
I. Check cashing
TIgitie scams sendyou a cashier's check before you even sign
up fethe services. The check usually looks real and has the
named a real company. The attached letter asks for you to wire
a portion of the money back and keep some for yourseN. These
checks are Ihke, so victims are out the money that they wird,
24*-front fee k.
4.According to the1119PA, you should never have to pay to beeline a mystery shopper Mysteryshop.org/shoppers has a list of
legitimate, free companies looking fer,mystery shoppers. If yoit4
receive an unsolicited letter asking yeti to send money (usually
abroad),You should be cautious of the company's legitimacy
It's always a good Ideate check-with the Better Business Bureau and the Attorney General's office before accepting money
from any third party you don't know Just because a company
looks and/or sounds legitimate, doesn't math they are.
Encourage family members to be Wary of unsolicited phone
calls and letters and even television and radio advertisements.
Fientember, use caution or an easy dollar made could become
marked the unofficial start
of summer by celebrating the
long Memorial Day Weekend.
There were picnics, parties
and parades. We spent most of
our time enjoying these wonderful activities, but how many
of us actually stopped to think
about the real reason for the
holiday weekend? How many
of us visited a cemetery to pay
tribute to those who have died
in our nation's service?
Memorial Day, which was
originally called Decoration
Day, is a day of remembrance
for those who have sacrificed
their lives for our country
Memorial Day was officially
proclaimed on May 5, 1868 by
Gen. John A. Logan, national
commander of the Grand
Army of the Republic. It was
first observed on May 30, 1868
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Francisco
when flowers were placed on
the graves of Union and Confederate soldiers at Arlington
National Cemetery
New York was the first state
to officially recognize the holiday in 1873. Nearly a century
later, Memorial Day was declared a national holiday by an
act of Congress in 19'71. Today
it is celebrated throughout our
country every year on the last
Monday in May.
It is important for us to
reflect on the meaning of
Memorial Day and to remem-
veterans and military personnel, both past and present. It
is also very important for us
to acknowledge the American troops who are currently
stationed around the globe
fighting for our country, and to
keep them in our prayers.
Although Memorial Day has
come and gone, let's continue
to think about ways we can
honor and support our military members. For more information on how you can get
Involved please take the time
to visit ourmilitary.mil/index .
aspx. You can help by sending
care packages, writing letters,
sending phone cards, and/or
donating to one of the many
organizations established to
aid the brave men and women
who are fighting for our country and for our freedom.
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The Messenger serves the residents of the village of Baldwinsville and
the towns of Lysander and VanBuren
New laws would improve veteran
As we pause to honor those
who gave their lives to their
country on Memorial Day, we
are mindful of the many sacrifices they made for us and our
country In this time of honoring, we also remember those
who are still fighting to protect
our great country and think of
ways we can give back. On a
state level, there are many laws
that have been NSposed that
would finprOire benefits for veterans who return to New York
after they have served. Below
are some proposed laws in
State Assembly that I sponsor.
These laws, if passed, would
provide some incentive for our
veterans to come back home.
Provide Child Care Cost
Relief for New York State National Guard Families. A.4717
would provide financial relief
for the families of NYS National Guard members when
one or both parents have been
called to federal active duty
This would ease the financial
burden of day care for members of the organized militia
of the State of New York who
have been deployed by the federal government to participate
in contingency operations outside of the continental United
States or in operations within
the United States that extend
for a year or longer.
w Provide Wage Tax Credits for Businesses. Bill A.4010
establishes a wage tax credit
for businesses that employ
members of the National
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bers. Bill A.4005 would allow
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members of New York State
military personnel who die
while on active duty to receive
free tuition, room and board at
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if passed would make buying
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and owning a home for veterbusinesses that fully comply
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the Affordable Home Ownerrequirements. This law would
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available to service-related
disabled veterans; Authorize
volunteer first responders by
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Agency (HFA) to provide home
credit for hiring and retaining
first responders. First respond- purchase and rehabilitation
assistance loans to honorably
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value of the home; Authorize
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From the mailbag
Fire damaged
property an
eyesore
property would be condemned
and taken over by the village.
ERIC ZELTMANN
BALDWINSVILLE
To the editor:
The [property on the corner of West Genesee and Oswego streets] was damaged by
a major fire Aug. 6, 2007 - one
year and nine months ago.
I visit local establishments
and travel through this area
frequently. I am tired of looking at this eyesore. I can't
believe what a bad impression
this gives to anyone visiting B'ville. I know plenty of
people who feel the same way
that I do.
It seems to me that the
village should have acted by
now. If you feel that you currently don't have the authority, the I recommend something like this:
Pass a village law that
requires the owner of any
eyesore created by fire, etc.
to submit a remedial plan
within six months. That plan
must be enacted within one
year. If the owner has taken
no corrective action, then in
one year and six months the
part in making the evening a
success - the students, staff,
greeters, cooks, DJ. We are
already looking forward to
next year.
JOANNE AND BILL BRITTON
BALDWINSVILLE
Senior dinner
delightful
To the editor:
We were recently fortunate
enough to attend the senior
dinner dance at Durgee Middle School in Baldwinsville.
What a delightful evening.
The decorations, following
an "Under the Sea" theme
were just beautiful and so
creative, from the pretty fish
suspended from the ceiling,
to the containers of real gold
fish with shells on each table.
The dinner was very good
and the service was excellent, as was the music. The
young people were extremely
attentive to the guests as they
served meals with a smile,
often stopping at the tables to
make sure everyone was comfortable and happy. It is very
heartwarming to see such
enthusiasm and kindness in
those fine young people. We
congratulate all that took
Messenger lost to
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To the editor:
This is just a note of remembrance and wonder. My
life is in and out of Baldwinsville over the past 40-plus
years. The thing I notice most
is that Baldwinsville, still a
small town, is losing its small
town "hug:" The Messenger
has changed ... even that big
paper we used to get, it made
it feel like a local gazette, is
now lost to the Eagle Newspapers.
Make our paper once again
more personal. Local talk, local ads (who wants to look for
the jobs you sell. . . you try
to sell). This is Baldwinsville.
Make the paper show the love
we have for our town.
DOUG COMPTON
BALDWINSVILLE
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The First United Methodist Church will host the annual Youth
Family Fishing Night Friday June 5 at Van Buren Park. Kids
of all ages, and their friends (it is not necessary to be a church
member to attend) are invited. From 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Carpenter's
Brook hatchery is expected to stock trout along with the resident
panfish and bass that live in the pond. Jim Sollecito will be on
hand to help folks learn how to bend a rod. Bring a picnic lunch
because the setting is delightful.
Know anyone new to B'ville?
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Board of Education to meet June I
The Baldwinsville Central School District Board of Education will
conduct its next meeting at 7 p.m. Monday June I in the cafeteria of
SCHOOLS
Durgee Junior High School, which is located on the district's main
campus at 29 East Oneida St. in the village of Baldwinsville. District
residents are encouraged to attend Board of Education meetings to
view proceedings and to express their opinions on issues of concern
to them. An agenda for the meeting will be available on May 29 on the
district's web site at bville.org . On the homepage, under the Board of
Education, click on the link to BoardDocs to access the agenda and
reports that will be presented at that meeting.
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Three teams of students from Baker High
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The Envirothon tests students' knowledge on
five topics - soils, wildlife, forestry aquatics and a
current environmental issue. Baker's B'ville Bees
Team N took second place overall and first place in
the wildlife and soils categories. The B'ville Bees
Team M took third place overall in the competition.
Students who participated in the competition are: Jamie Aloi, Cameron Brown, Courtney
Chapin, Julie Damiano, Matt Damian°, Samantha
Hamm, Eric Hibbard, John Krisanda, Ryan Lawrence, Michelle Meyer, Gabrielle O'Melia, Rachel
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Curious creations at Palmer
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Palmer Elementary School in Baldwinsville held its science fair on May
II ,providing students in kindergarten
through fifth grades with an opportunity to go beyond the science curriculum they have been studying this
year. Projects included homemade
volcanoes, experiments with plants
and sunlight, and bird observations.
CLOCKWISE FROM RIGHT: Sisters
Bayne (left) and McKenna Rose created a volcano for their science fair project. The fourth-graders researched
how volcanoes form and created a
simulation of a volcanic eruption.
Robby Bryant displays the crystals he
grew as part of his science project for
the science fair. Alden Kostoledd, a
kindergartener at the school, displays
rocks he collected for the school's
science fair. He found rocks of various sizes from a variety of locations
in the area.
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District budget passes, three new board members
By Erin Smith
[email protected]
The Baldwinsville Central School District Board of
Education's proposed 2009-10
budget of $93,669,512 was approved by voters last Tuesday
with 1,750 votes in favor and
668 against.
This means a 1.03 percent
•increase in spending over last
year's budget with a tax levy
(amount district residents pay
in property taxes) that will remain the same at $46,780,000.
Major items affecting this
year's budget include a decrease
in staff (30 positions were
reduced or eliminated), an in-
crease in health insurance costs
and an increase in spending
through BOCES. The board also
used $661,000 out of the reserve
fund to create the budget.
Voters also approved the
separate Proposition 1 to purchase 10 buses with 1,598 votes
in favor and 769 votes against.
The 10-bus-purchase will cost
ates, won the three board seats
up for election with 1,540 votes,
1,720 votes and 1,722 votes respectively. Current board members Kevin Bernstein (705 votes)
and Greg Wilcox (787 votes) lost
their seats with 705 votes and 787
votes, respectively. Contender
Christopher Patrick received
477 votes.
$980,000 with $705,000 towards
the overall cost coming from
state aid, leaving the total local
cost at $275,000.
Voters opt for change
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Earth Day efforts in Baldwinsville
Many participated in the
cleanup efforts on Earth Day
(April 25) throughout the village
of Baldwinsville collecting 1,980
pounds of trash and tires.
A cleanup effort such as
this aids the village in meeting
requirements of the Phase II
Municipal Stormwater Regulations for public education/
participation and municipal
good housekeeping criteria.
It also beautifies and creates
a healthier place for all who
live and use these areas in the
village.
The following groups participated in this year's village
of Baldwinsville Earth Day
Cleanup:
Daisy Troop 564 - Laura
Martino, Alyssa Orlosky, Caitlin
Schirmer, Jasmine Orlosky and
Hannah Quimby; Girl Scout
Troop 868- Sarah Allen, Andrea
Carvalho and Heidi Allen along
with their leaders Anne Allen
and Michelle Martino. This
group cleaned up along Lock
Street and collected the most
trash this year
The Baldwinsville Optimist
Club group, which consisted
of Ron and Patty Rumpf, Dave
Frank and Mends, cleaned the
riverbank behind St. Mary's
Church along Meadow Street_
The Meigs Road corridor
was cleaned by New Legacy Activities Association, lead by Ray
Darrow and McHarrie Town
Friends.
The Earth Keeper's Club
consisting of 13 students from
Ray Middle School along with
advisor Pat Sentoff, cleaned up
the area around the Tr-County
Mall.
Cub Scout Pack 71 and friends
cleaned along the Route 48 sidewalk between Smokey Hollow
Road and Chaucer Circle.
The Baldwinsville Chamber
of Commerce cleaned Canal
Park at Marble Street and the
Finger Dike.
Terry Chuck and Bryan Bettis and Peg Lathrop cleaned
Seneca Street and up Canton
Street to Canton Woods Senior
Center
Girl Scout Troop 532, which
consisted of Heather Mark
(leader), Mikhayla Wilson, Taylor Trowbridge and Elisabeth
Goulding, cleaned Mercer Park
and along the new River Street
Walkway
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Schedule of events
Service immediately following the parade. With financial
support from the village of
Baldwinsville and the towns
of Lysander and Van Buren,
this year's Memorial Day event
features the following bands:
Tow Path Volunteers Fife and
Drum Corps; CNY Police and
Fire Band; the City of Syracuse Pipes and Drums; the C.W.
Baker High School Band; and
the Baldwinsville Community
Band.
"It should be a really great
day," Baker said.
While the Memorial Day
event concludes with the Riverview Cemetery commemoration, festivities will continue
at Paper Mill Island featuring
a Guns N' Roses tribute band.
Baker said event promoter
Mike Chemotti has been very
cooperative every year, silencing the island during the cemetery services.
4:45 p.m.Veteran's Monument at East Geneee Street (in front of the
Baldwinsville Post Office): Placement of the Memorial Wreath and raising the
colors
5:15 p.m.Wreath Ceremony at the bridge over the Seneca River
5:45 p.m. St_ Mary's Cemetery service (Tappan Street)
6:30 p.m. Riverview Cemetery service (Tappan Street)
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Placement of the wreaths
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"America the Beautiful" and placement of flowers at the Honor Roll
Memorial
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Guest Speaker Captain Paul A. Hernandez
Recitation by Baker High School students of "In Flanders Fields," "Gettysburg Address," and "Logan's Orders."
Chet Bauman during his service
B'ville's Grand Marshall
Chet Bauman of Baldwinsville, who served in the Vietnam War, was chosen as this
year's Grand Marshall.
"Here we have this very humble, quiet man," Baker said.
"Sadly, [Vietnam veterans]
weren't received as other vets
had been received. It was very
different for those of us now in
our 60s. We have very strong
recollections of that time. The
Vietnam War was a defining pe-
Call to colors and raising of the colors (The Eric Dalaker Memorial
Chet Bauman
us in our relationship
with the US Government."
As a Sargent in the US Army
(1966 to 1968), Bauman served
in the third Battalion 47th
hod for
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Musical selections by the Baldwinsville Community Band
•
"Amazing Grace" by the David Hunter Pipers
•
Salute over the graves
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Taps
Captain Paul A. Hernandez
Note: Starting times are approximate
Infantry as part of the Mobile
Riverine Force in the Mekong
Delta during the war (1967 and
1968). While there, he was captured and then escaped on Feb.
14, 1968. During his service
he was awarded two Purple
Heart medals, three Army
Commendation medals (one
for Meritorious service and
two for Valor). Other awards
were the Combat Infantryman
Badge, the National Defense
Service Medal, the Vietnam
Service Medal, the Vietnam
Campaign Medal, the Vietnam
Unit Citation Medal and the
Good Conduct Medal.
He and his wife, Jean, of 45
years have two grown children
and three grandchildren. Their
grandson, Will, is currently
serving with the US Army in
Iraq. In addition to his service,
Bauman has been involved with
the Celebrate Baldwinsville
committee and the Baldwinsville Christmas Bureau for the
past several years.
"Our Vietnam veterans were
called to service and they
served. We need to remember
that, no matter what feelings
there are about that war,"
Baker said.
8 to 2 p.m. Saturday June 13.
Bring your gloves and pruning
shears.
"There has been a problem
with large tractor trailers and
cars blocking the [roadway]. One
car parked there for two weeks
straight," Supervisor Claude
Sykes said adding that incident
prompted the proposal.
A public hearing regarding
a zone change for the property
located at 7035 Van Buren Road
will be held at 7:35 p.m. June 2 at
the Van Buren Town Hall
President of the Day
Capt. Paul A. Hernandez
was chosen as this year's Guest
Speaker, also known as the
President of the Day.
"It is very fitting that Captain Hernandez is our Guest
Speaker because we are honor-
ing the men and women in Iraq
and Afghanistan in this year's
program," Baker said
Hernandez enlisted in the
US Army Reserves in 1992 as a
combat medic then enlisted in
the Army National Guard in
1994. Having served in many capacities since then including a
combat advisor in Afghanistan,
he is now a Plans Officer for the
27th Brigade Combat Team.
Capt. Hernandez has received the Bronze Star Medal,
the Meritorious Service Medal,
the Army Commendation Medal with two oak leaf clusters, the
Army Achievement Medal, the
Afghanistan Campaign Medal
and the Combat Infantryman's
Badge and Pathfinder Badge.
Captain Hernandez resides
in Baldwinsville with his
wife, Kelly, and their four
children.
Boards
Barry Bulbs said.
From page 3
Board members initially
questioned the bill, noting some
overlap of services from engineers involved. As a result, Town
Engineer Robert Hornaday discounted the service of Engineer
Jim Billings' by 100 percent
and discounted the service of
Engineer Brian Madigan's by 50
percent, which was a savings of
$7,000 for the town.
Since 2004, the town has spent
$91,079.97 on the TDR program.
Projected costs have always
been budgeted, Supervisor
Windmill moratorium
extended
A moratorium on wind apparatus has been extended to Nov.
30 in the town of Lysander. Officials are working on legislation
t at would restrict windmill
construction to certain areas of
the town.
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Camillus are invited to Canal
Days, which will be held from
Public hearing
A public hearing regarding
an amendment to a local law
regarding parking regulations
will be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday
June 2 at the Van Buren Town
Hall, corner of Ellsworth and
Van Buren roads. The amendment proposes to prohibit parking at all times on Sun Meadows
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there very long. "That outfit
was flying night missions over
the Japanese lines. The only
I'm just excited, that's all!' The
doctor responded, 'You go calm reason we even had room to
down for awhile and then we'll bed was that one of the crews
went out one night and never
see how it goes.' I passed."
came back. We were short officers, so I became Captain in
Harley's second tour of
only 16 months."
duty was anything but calm.
"Then, we got orders to
First, at Fort Niagara he took
move to Ledo, India. We lived
a cadet exam. He remembers
that "Seven of us went down to in tents during the monsoons,
and it rained every day. We
take it. It was all about mechanical stuff, and I can barely flew supplies from Ledo to Myitkyina, Burma, a little place
change my own oil or fix a flat
that the Americans had just
tire. But, it was a multiplecaptured from the Japanese.
choice test, and I was the only
That was the take-off point for
one who passed!"
China."
"We shipped out from
China had been at war with
Mitchell Field on Long Island.
Japan for eight years before
They were short of all posibecoming an ally when the
tions, but they were so short
Japanese bombed Pearl Harof pilots that it was pitiful. So,
bor. Japan later bombed the
I went to pilot training in San
Burma Road, too, the 700-mile
Antonio (TX). I wanted to be
road the Chinese built by hand
a pilot, but I wanted to fly a
so that the Allies could supply
twin-engine plane. I figured if
Chiang Kai-Shek's Chinese
they knocked out one engine,
army The loss of the Burma
I still had one left and another
Road sparked the need for an
chance to land the thing."
air route into China.
"We went to primary pilot
"We'd fly over the Himalatraining in Corsicana (TX). We
flew PT-19's. The very least you yas, or 'over the hump' from
could solo before earning your Burma to Kunming, China.
First, we'd bring in a load
wings was six hours, which is
what I did. I knew that we were of supplies from India and
unload it in Burma. And, then
running out of time one day,
From page 3
so I just landed the plane. Boy,
I bounced all over the place!
Next, I flew BT-13's in Enid
(OK). It was a lousy airplane.
Every once in awhile the wings
would fall off!"
"Then I went to twin:engine
training in Frederick (OK).
When we finished, I received
a commission as a rd Lieutenant. My wife and mother were
both there for my graduation.
From there, they sent me to
C-47 training at Bergstrom
Field in Austin (TX). Finally,
I went to mission training in
Sedalia (MO), but there was a
crash call for pilots overseas.
We picked up our planes in
Ft. Wayne (IN), and headed
overseas."
After stopping in Puerto
Rico, Brazil and Ascension
Island, they crossed the Atlantic and Indian oceans before
landing first in Karachi and
then Sylhet, India. He wasn't
they'd load us back up with
supplies or troops to take to
China. We'd meet Chinese
troops when we landed in
Kunming. Very few spoke English." Harley was awarded the
China War Memorial Medal
from the Republic of China in
1985, albeit 40 years after the
fact.
Back stateside, a DC3-C47
Douglas, the "Miss Nightingale II was dedicated on
January 28, 1945, to Lieutenant Ruth Gardiner....the first
nurse to die in World War II.
On its first flight from a base
in India to central Burma,
Miss Nightingale II carried
5,000 pounds of urgently
needed medical supplies. On
its return trip it carried 30
wounded or sick soldiers from
the front-line evacuation stations to general hospitals in
rear areas," according to the
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The plane's pilot was Harley Loveless, and it was one of
three hospital planes presented to the USAAF by the WIBC,
whose 225,000 members raised
nearly $350,000 for its "Wings
of Mercy" program. "The
women in my family bowled
to raise money to buy two
hospital planes for Burma and
China. I ended up flying one
called the Nightingale II."
According to a May 31, 1945
article in the Baldwinsville
Gazette & Farmers' Journal,.
"His mother, Mrs. Edward
(Lillian) Loveless, his wife,
Mrs. Evelyn (Kerwood) Loveless, and his sister, Miss Florence Loveless (Williamson),
all members of the same team
at Ten Eyck's alleys in the
Seneca Ladies' League, helped
to purchase the plane." It included this letter from Harley
to his mother.
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"Dear Mom: Did you help
to buy the airplane that the
Women's International Bowling Congress donated to the
Army Air Forces? If you did,
your son has been flying an airplane that you helped to buy, as
we have it in our squadron. It
is called 'Miss Nightingale II'
and it is really a ''of an
airplane, and I enjoy flying it a
lot. Love, Harley."
"We had a crew chief, radio
operator, pilot and co-pilot. By
then, I had become a 'Hump
Pilot.' I don't know exactly, but
I flew 'over the hump' practi-
cally every week for almost a
year. I shouldn't say 'over,' but
'around.' They were too tall to
fly over. The winds going over
the hump were treacherous."
The Himalayas are the world's
tallest mountain range, rising
up 25,000 feet. But, Harley said
that, "the highest we could fly
at was 13,500 feet." Some pilots'
ear drums would burst, and a
lot of planes went down."
While Harley refers to his
missions as "pretty routine,"
he also admits that he "had a
lot of close calls." The first was
flying into Myitkyina. "The
runway was about 5,000 feet
long, but it was all mud. I was
co-pilot. My pilot should have
landed at the near end, but he
touched down about halfway
instead. The enemy was at the
far end of runway. I said 'we've
only been here one day and
we're going to get captured!'
I reached over and unlocked
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C-46 and C-47 flew over the hump.
the tail wheel, and turned the
plane around. 'Gee, Harley'
he said, 'I never would have
thought of that!"
The second close call occurred when he flew a load of
American-trained Chinese to
China. "A fighter plane landed
while I was waiting to take off.
He had been out on a bombing
mission, and had a bomb hung
up on his plane. You could
clearly see it in the rack under
his belly. When he landed, it
dropped and exploded. We
didn't take off for awhile,
because there was a big hole in
the runway"
Harley recalls that the third
close call happened when
he flew from to Dinjan from
Ledo. "We were flying along
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at 160 mph, and the mountains suddenly appeared out
of nowhere. I pulled back on
the stick and we just barely
cleared them. It didn't seem
to bother me right then. But,
later I was shaking so hard
that I spilled coffee all over
myself."
After his war experience,
Harley joined the ChinaBurma-India (CBI) Hump
Pilots Association. After 60
years the group dissolved in
2005 due to the advancing age
of its members. Like I said,
there are fewer World War II
vets around today, but Harley
is one.
His last words to me were
"They say that a cat has nine
lives, and I think that I've
used them all." God willing,
Harley's two cats, Trinket and
Tippy, will help him celebrate
his 93rd birthday this fall. In
the meantime, let's remember
veterans like Harley Loveless
this Memorial Day. After all,
life would be different today if
Harley and crew hadn't flown
over the hump.
Next week read the 13th article in the series, "Lysander
Goes to School." Looking
Backward will appear in the
Messenger every other week or
so, as long as there are stories
to tell. If you have questions
about this story or sugges-
tions for future ones, including any local historical images
or information, please contact
me via e-mail at bvillehis-
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Greater B'ville Ambulance Corps celebrates 47 years
By Pat Moses
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The Greater Baldwinsville
Ambulance Corps (GBAC)
recently celebrated its 47th
year of service for the Greater
Baldwinsville community at
the Lakeside Recreational Hall
in Lakeside.
More than 70 active members, life members, career staff
and special guests attended the
annual installation banquet.
Wayne Mahar, local weather
forecaster and a Baldwinsville
resident presided as the master
of ceremonies for the evening
and DJ services were provided
by Variations.
Several special awards were
given out by Dave Weller,director of operations for GBAC,
including a lifetime achievement award to Don Russell, a
member of GBAC for 28 years.
Special hour pins and year
pins that were presented by
Nancy Weber, GBAC's president, were 300 hours to Jim
Hogan, Anne-Marie Howell
and Bob Sweet; 400 hours to
Pat Crawford, Harry Dashnau
and Mark Procopio; 500 hours
to Joe Milliman; 600 hours to
Ryan Sweet; 700 hours to Don
.
Russell.
The following received years
pins: five years to Tora Brown
and Stephanie Johnson; 10
years to Anne-Marie Howell; 15
years to Steve Knapp; 25 years
to Bob Sweet and 30 years to
Harry Dashnau.
Additionally, a special lifesaving award was presented
to GBAC career staff Carl Emmons and Joe Langford, and to
paramedic student Brian Cook.
Last fall, the three paramedics
responded to a call at Jerry's
Flowers in Baldwinsville and
found the owner Jerry Gural to
be without a pulse or breathing.
He was resuscitated and subsequently discharged from the
hospital later. Jerry presented
the award to the crew during
the banquet ceremonies.
The highlight of the evening
came when the 2009-10 Board
of Directors were installed by
life member Anne Haresky.
The GBAC board consists of
President Nancy Weber, VicePresident Jamie Bagozzi, Treasurer Tony Testa, Secretary
Mark Procopio, Director of
Operations Dave Weller and Assistant Director of Operations
Bob Sweet.
(From left) Carl Emmons, Brian Kline and Joe Langford received the lifesaving
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Celebrating Mother's
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Camp Bookworm
returns for library
sleepover.
Here we are poised between
the convenient and official versions of Memorial Day. -The weather is lovely and
the pace it the library seems
slow but everything is not as
It seems. We're actually madly
busy winding up the budget year
and getting ready for another
sizzling summer Of reading
and fun here in CNY. So come
on down and join us for some
traditional favorites and some
brand new adventures.
beginning at 7 p.m. June 2.
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resource for finding out more
about your ancestors and the
time they spent in the service.
Find out more about these of
ten overlooked but extremely
Important records at 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday June 3. Registration:
Is inquired.
Needlework continues
There's no set project and tail
materials fees lo pay when you
join ourreguliir Needleworkers
meet up at 7 p.m. May 27 and
every Slur*. Wednesday. We
provide a friendly well-lighted
space for working and chatting
you sharnIntur projects and
ideas.
Camp Bookworm
Hey third and fourth gradersCamp BooltwOrn is back. Brine
sleeping bags and join friends
and staff for an overnighter Of
games, food and fun Friday June ,
5 to Saturday June 6. Space is
PHOTOS BY KELliCaliZBCSO
limited. Stop at the Children's On May 8, first-graders at Palmer Elementary School hosted a spode' Muffins for Moms Mother's Day oelibradon.The
Desk *air* information and students invited their monAgrandenothers and other spedellemmen lietiseir lives to share a light breakililltwiiii them.
-registratiOn forms.
They also presented them %Athlete*, paperVirsages
and flowerpots they painted. Bailie breakfast was
Rock Band and DDR
Rein catchers
served, the children sang to their mothers and also
Teen Drop in returns with
Make the most of your water ,
why their moms are so special to them.First- '
Rock Band for theWii, the;te: •by learning how to design your explained
graderValerie Phillips explains why her mom is special
turn of DDR and a choice of
rain gardens and make rain
her as (from left) SawyerToscano,ShyanneWebster,
PS2 games at 2:30 p.m. Friday • barrels for your home in this to
Taylor Jones and Zahra Gold listen at the school.
May 29.
presentation by expert' from
Cornell Cooperative at 2,
Writers support group
Saturday June 6.
Join with other local writers
That's just the beginning,
as they share tint, ideas and folks. Tune in next week for
: Max Davis is happy to have his mother Amy
support in gettintthe process more programs and the skinon May 8 for a spedal Mother's Day celebragoing every other Tuesday in ny on our summer reading
the library community room games.
Jellystone Park holds
free open house
Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park in Mexico, NY will celebrate the
2009 camping season with its annual open house on Saturday and
:„.Sunday, May 30 and 31. -TEX-MEX is the theme for the weekend.
The public is invited ItOtour the park facilities and join in the
special activities for kMi, and adults from 10am until 5pm. There
will be special presentations by scouts, wagon rides and Ranger
Y.-Smith and Cindy Bear will be joining Yogi Bear and Boo Boo as
additionel treetlfoth Saturday and Sunday. Pay $5 and play
nVaterWareagainst- a team from Mexico Fire Department with
all proceedsbenefit the Mexico Fire Department. They will have
,Okladdettnvekettikeopen house.
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*AM* Bear,,CIndy Bear, Boo Boo and Ranger
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the United States and Canada, opened in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin.
.Sinaelben, &est:ender& of operation for the parks has continually
risen With Jellystone Parks achieving a reputation for providing
the best family camping experience and building memories that last a lifetime. Warner Brothers has released a new DVD, "Hey It's
' Yogi Bear", as pa4 of the, celebration. The DVD will be viewed
and availahkrietturchasese the various parka:
Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park, Mexicobas succeeded in qualifying
for the awards each year since joining the franchise in 1995. The
over 70 Jellyetone Parks throughout the United States and Canada
must not only meet the standards set by the franchisor, Leisure
Systems, Inc., but, also those set by Warner Brothers. The 2009
season will Iwthe 39th for the park, twenty-five years as FlatRock
Resort and 14 years as Jellystone Park. It was built and is still
operated by the Lighthall Family.
First-graders in teacher Kerry Anne
; Bertrand's class at Elden Elementary
School invited their mothers and other
women to them to a tea
they held là thWhonor
on May 8.T1sey
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Mother's Day tea at the school.
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Police blotter
Two charged with 36 counts
On May 13, members of the
Baldwinsville Police Department
Police Officer L Dell arrested Rob-
May 13. Broadwell was remanded to
Removal Kits valued at $10.49 each.
patched to a suspicious vehicle com-
ert A. Brownell, 31, of 56 Elizabeth
the Justice Center Jail.
Bassett was placed underarrest for
plaint on E. Oneida Street Upon ar-
arrested a I 5-year-old Baldwinsville
St. in Baldwinsville regarding a bench
petit larceny and, after completing
rival police located Brian Galoni, 19,
juvenile and Justin M. McGill, 1 6, of 10
warrant for endangering the welfare
Multiple vehicle and traffic
charges
the booking process, was released
of 2014 Downer St in Baldwinsville,
W Genesee St,Apt 21 and charged
of a child. The original incident oc-
At 9:06 a.m. May 8, Baldwinsville
on his own recognizance to appear
in the parking lot of Candlewood
both of them with 16 counts of third
curred Aug. 19, 2007. Brownell was
Police Officer C. Allen observed
May 27 in village court.
Garden Apartments. He was found
degree criminal mischief (felonies)
arraigned and bail was set at $50.
a vehicle traveling northbound on
DWI charged
to be in possession of counterfeit
and 19 counts of fourth degree
Brownell was released on his own
Oswego Street run a red light. A
At 11:49 p.m. May 8, Baldwins-
money and marijuana. He was ar-
criminal mischief (misdemeanors).
recognizance after posting bail to
traffic stop was initiated and the
ville Police Officer J. A. Zeppetello
rested and the booking process was
the court to re-appear May 6 in vil-
driver was identified as Deborah A.
stopped a vehicle for passing a stop
completed at the police department
tigation into 36 reports of vehicles
lage court
Sykes, 43, of 21 Tappan St. in Bald-
sign and crossing into the oncoming
Galoni was issued appearance tick-
that had their tires slashed between
Traffic stop leads to
multiple charges
winsville. A DMV inquiry revealed
lane of traffic on E. Oneida Street.
ets for third degree criminal pos-
that Sykes' registration was sus-
The driver was identified as Joseph
session of a forged instrument and
The charges stem from an inves-
April 24 and 25. The juvenile was
processed and released into the
At 7:11 p.m. May 3, Baldwinsville
pended, her license was suspended
E. Hawelka III, 38, of 13 Pine St. in
unlawful possession of marijuana. He
custody of his parent and the case
Police Officer P. J. Holtman com-
for insurance lapse and failure to
Baldwinsville. Alcohol involvement
was processed and released on his
will be referred to family court.
pleted a traffic stop on a vehicle on
answer a summons in the town of
was detected and field sobriety
own recognizance and scheduled to
McGill was arraigned before Bald-
Oswego Street as its registration
Victory. Sykes was placed under ar-
tests were administered. He was
appear May 27 in village court.
winsville Justice E. Huling who set
was suspended. The driver, Belinda
rest for operating a motor vehicle
placed under arrest for driving
bail at $25,000 cash or bond and he
Cole, 39, of 573 Stewarts Corners
with a suspended registration and
while intoxicated and transported
Youthful offender arrested
for petit larceny •
was remanded to the Justice Center
Road in Pennellville was ticketed for
suspended license and for altering/
to the police station where the
At 9:02 a.m. May 11, Baldwinsville
Jail to re-appear at 6 p.m. May 20 in
suspended registration, expired reg-
forging her registration sticker. She
booking process was completed.
Police Officer R.A.Thibault arrested
village court.
istration and driving with no insur-
was issued traffic tickets for third
He was issued five traffic tickets for
an 18-year-old youth for petit lar-
Petit larceny charged
ance.The suspension had taken place
degree aggravated unlicensed op-
'driving while intoxicated, refusing a
ceny.The arrest was the result of an
At 9:39 a.m. May I. Baldwinsville
April 25 as a result of an insurance
eration, operating a motor vehicle
field breath test, operating without
investigation of an incident at 35 E.
Police Officer C. Allen responded
lapse. Cole was ticketed and released
with suspended registration, forged
a license, failed to keep right and
Genesee St where it is alleged the
to Kinney Drugs located at 21 E.
and was due to appear May 13 in
instrument (registration), passed a
passed stop sign. He was arraigned
youth had stolen a Reeses Whipp
Genesee St. for a report of a larceny.
village court.
red signal, uninsured motor vehicle,
before Judge McMahon who re-
candy bar from the Sunoco gas sta-
Upon investigation, police arrested
Warrant arrest
unregistered motor vehicle and un-
leased him on his own recognizance.
tion. The youth was arrested and
transported to the police depart-
Heather Bozzuto, 30, of 3578 Patch-
At 7:03 p.m. May 6, Baldwinsville
inspected motor vehicle. Sykes was
He was scheduled to appear May 13
ett Road in Baldwinsville. Bozzuto
Police Officer C. M. Coakley located
processed and released on her own
in village court.
ment where the booking process
stole four Burt's Bees Lip Balms
Gary L Broadwell, Jr., 39,a transient
recognizance and is scheduled to
was completed. The youth was
valued at $3,99 each, an L'Oreal
and arrested him on an arrest war-
appear May 27 in village court.
Man faces drug and forgery
charges
Shadow valued at $4.89and a Rev-
rant issued May 27, 2008 for his
Petit larceny charged
lon Blush valued at $11.99, totaling
failing to appear to answer multiple
At 8:38 a.m. May 9, Baldwinsville
$32.84. Bozzuto was arrested for
vehicle and traffic charges including
Police Officer C.Allen responded to
petit larceny and released on her
DWI, second degree aggravated un-
Kinney Drugs located at 21 E. Gene-
own recognizance to appear May 27
licensed operation and loud muffler.
see Stfor a larceny complaint. Daniel
in village court.
He was arraigned before Judge Hul-
C. Bassett, 20, of 2857 Cold Springs
Bench warrant arrest
ing who set bail at $500 cash, $2,500
Road in Baldwinsville, was found to
bond, with a return court date of
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B'ville baseball has exciting stretch
By Phil Blackwell
Oiliar
[email protected]
As the regular season Wain:id*"
down, the Baldwinsville baseball team put together one of
the biggest comebacks in the
program's history amid a crazy
stretch of action that included
defeats in two different long
contests.
The Bees trailed by 11 runs in
last Tuesday's non-league game
with Christian Brothers Academy, but made it all the way back
to stun the Brothers 13-12.
CBA used a pair of three-run
rallies in the first two innings
to seize a quick 6-0 lead. Thanks
to a six-run outburst in the top
of the fourth, the margin only
grew, and in the bottom of the
fifth inning, B'ville trailed
13-2.
It all turned around, though,
when the Bees got eight runs in
that filth_fiame, making it 13
10. 13'ville then scored twice in
the sixth inning, slashing the
niarghito one, then got the tying
and winning runs in the bottom
of the seventh.
Kevin Roy's home run and
four RBIs fueled the comeback.
Brett Earle doubled and drove in
two runs, while Dan Dubiel and
Zach Trinca got two RBIs apiece.
John Feola tripled home a run
as Bo Watson doubled twice,'
adding an RBI of his own.
A key to the rally was the way
B'ville's relief pitchers fared.
Feola and Watson blanked CBA
in the last two innings after
early stints from Jeff Schuster
and Scott Redmond.
This helped ease the pain of
what took place at Henninger an incredible epic that stretched
out 14 innings (the length of
two full games) before the Bees
finally lost to the Black Knights
-
Erville tennis wins league
title over West Genny
By Phil Blackwell
pbMweom
Fueled by great singles play
and a solid doubles effort,
the Baldwinsville boys tennis
= team beat West Genesee 5-2
last Wednesday afternoon and
earned the outright CNY Counties League National division
regular-season championship.
Matt Funicello set the tone,
beating Mike Webster 6-0, 6-1,
while Tom Hamm rolled past
Erik l3reault 6-2, 6-1 and Dan Kot
got a 6-1, 6-1 sweep of Andrew
.
Though. it proved tougher in
"doubles, Oki Bees still clinched
Its win aver the Wildcats by making two different comebacks.
Alessandro Nieves and Grady
Schmidt lost the first set, but still
beat Andrew Tunguz and Mike
Plunkett 4-6, 6-2, 6-4. And after
getting beat up earlz Shaun
Devlin and Josh Katzrecovered
to beat Dan Kalbach and Jon
Morse 1-6, 6-3,6-2. The teams of
Ben Weiss-Shawn Sullivan and
Kevin Thompson-KevinPregent
both lost in two sets.
Six different B'ville is players reached semifinal rounds
during last week's Section III
Class A tournament at Syracuse
University's Sky'lbp Courts.
However, Schmidt and Nieves
was the only one to reach the
finals, in third doubles, beating Cicero•North Syracuse's
tandem of Jim Howe and Dave
Novitzki 6-1,6-2.
Schmidt and Nieves didn't
stop there, either, moving on to
win the championship against
Daniel Jee and Michael Kaplan
(Fayetteville-Manlius) in a 7-5,
6-0 decision.
This proVea the highlight of
the Bees' second-place effort, as
it finished with 42 points, trailing only F-M, who won with 56
points.
Funicello played in first
singles, reaching the semifinals
before Matt Izant (FayettevilleManlius) beat him 6-3,6-2. Funicello would get third place,
though, as he beat Liverpool's
Mike Schneider in a 6-1, 3-6, 6-0
decision.
Weiss advanced to the second
singles semifinals, only to fall to
Jake West (Fulton) 6-3, 6-4. He
also lost the consolation match
to Matt Randall (Oswego) 6-3,
6-3.
Kot and Hamm, teaming up
in first doubles, took a 6-3, 6-0
defeat to F-M's duo' of Vikram
and Vivek Nayer. But in the
consolation match against Jay
Tinklepaugh and Brad Shepard
(West Genesee), Hamm and Kott
won a 6-4, 6-2 decision.
18-17.
B'ville led, 8-1, and appeared
to be cruising along before Henninger tied it with seven runs in
the bottom of the sixth inning.
What followed, for every Bees
partisan, was both exciting
- and maddening.
The two sides matched tworun rallies in the seventh inning, then both scored once
in the eighth. In the top of the
ninth, B'ville got three runs,
seizing a 14-11 lead, and again
Henninger caught up with three
runs.
In the 11th, 12th and 14th innings, the Bees scored, moving
within three outs of ending the
marathon. Every time, Henninger came back, finally scoring two runs in the bottom of
the 141h to erase a 17-16 deficit
and win it.
Six different B'ville pitchers
saw action, with St. John taking
the loss. Feolahadfour RBIs, with
Dubiel driving in three runs as
B'ville got 22 hits to Henninger's
24. For the Black Knights, James
Bardenett smacked three home
runs, earned five RBIs and also
pitched.
By stark contrast, even with
a terrific pitching effort in last
Monday's game against West
Genesee, the Bees could not
catch up in a 2-1 defeat to the
Wildcats.
Combined, Mike St. John,
Earle and Redmond gave up just
four hits. However, WG's Dan
Connor used two of those hits to
bring home both his team's runs
in the third and fifth innings.
Behind 2-0, B'ville hung in,
then finally got to Wildcat pitcher Adam Bishop when Watson
smacked a solo home run in the
bottom of the seventh inning.
However, it could not tie things
up, as Bishep pitched a complete
game, giving up just four hits
while striking out 10.
Right after the CBA rally, the
Bees went east Wednesday night
and got involved in a 10-inning
classic with two-tune defending
Class AA champion Utica Proctor before taking a 7-6 loss to the
Raiders.
B'ville led 4-0 in the fourth
inning before Proctor got on
the board. The Bees still led 6-3
when, in the bottom of the seventh, the Raiders kept it alive by
scoring twice off Watson.
And it remained 5-5, through
the eighth and ninth innings.
Finally, in the bottom of the
10th, Proctor poked across the
winning run.
Watson, in relief of Earle
and Alex Riley, took the loss,
despite his own plate success
that included three RBIs. Dubiel
and Mark Zbikowski also drove
in runs.
Boys lacrosse Bees stun Corcoran
make its way back in the next
two periods, eventually tying
it, 8-8, by the end of the third
Just when it. looked like the quarter.
Baldwinsville boys lacrosse - Still, the Bees' defense, led
team were : for a' quick by Bob Hennessey, Tom Foedeout onr..040 git.e 1 Class Aar and Alex Hipolito,never let
rcoran Star James Vathers
...;itpuned
A 131eYoftk got
I _ over Cathers finished with
off one
n's biggest
three goals and otxpissist, a
to dorcoran niodest effort by his-Standards.
They continued to stay close
1aSt Thursday night and hung
right with the state Class A no. In the fourth quarter. With 2:42
14-ranked Cougars all night, left in the regulation and the
then made the key plays down game tied, 10-10, Billy Ward
the stretch to shock the Cougars flashed in and beat Corcoran
goalie Ben Crenshaw for the
by a score of 11-10.
B'ville came in with a 9-8 go-ahead goal, his third of the
record, off lopsided defeats to night.
Corcoran had chances to tie
Cicero-North Syracuse and
West Genesee. Corcoran was it again, but Pat Briggs made at
15-2 and had just knocked off least two point-blank stops in
Fayetteville-Manlius earlier in the last two minutes, part of a
night where he posted 16 saves.
the week.
Aside from Mahar and Ward,
Yet it was the Bees that got
off to the quick start, moving Tim Hayden produced two goals,
ahead 5-2 in the first quarter. with Kyle Styer adding one goal
More than anyone else, Pat and one assist and Collin Kaval
Mahar sparked this trend, and getting two assists. Cookie Cawould stay hot all night as he loia and Evan States earned one
led B'ville with three goals and goal apiece.
Back on Tuesday, the Bees
three assists.
Slowly, the Cougars would kept alive the notion that it
By Phil !Madmen
Oiradcweacnyfinkcorn
could upend West Genesee, the
defending state Class A champions and the state's top-ranked
team.
However, that bid would get
thwarted, as the Wildcats pulled
away in the second half, beating
the Bees 14-5 at Pelcber-A,rcero
Stadium.
B'ville took full advantage of
WG's early struggles, dictating
the game's pace and winning
enough face-offs to keep things
close.
By halftime, the Bees only
trailed by two, 5-3, but with
Ward (one goal) held in check
by WG's vaunted defense, the
rest of the attack could not
make up that production. States,
Hayden, Alex Gailor and Dom
Darcangelo had one goal apiece,
with Styer and Hipolito earning
assists.
WG used a 6-2 third-quarter
outburst to get clear, as .Matt
McCabe (four goals, one assist),
Ike Hopper and Tyler Brown
(each with two goals and two
assists) led the way. Briggs made
19 saves, as Wildcat counterpart
Steve Mahle stopped 15 of the 20
shots he faced.
Baldwinsville softball falls to CNS
By Phil Blackwell
[email protected]
Baldwinsville's. softball team
came Into last Tuesday's game
with Cicero-North Syracuse
with some confidence, having
beaten the Northstars earlier
this season.
However, the Northstars
would win the CNY Counties
League National division showdown, taking out the Bees 2-0 in
eight innings.
Through seven innings of
regulation, B'ville pitching ace
Cassie Williams shut down the
Northstars' potent lineup, but
CNS pitcher Erica Gigliotti
tossed her own regulation shutout.
So it remained 0-0 until the
top of the eighth, whenCNS put
two runners on base - and Jennifer Huff brought them home
with a double that proved to be
the game-winning hit.
All this came after the Bees
went 2-2 at the Morabito Tournament near Binghamton, concluding with a split of the games
played on May 17.
B'ville routed Binghamton
10-3, scoring three runs in the
first, fifth and sixth innings and
never trailing.
Carley Nicoletti had a triple
and home run, finishing with
four RBIs. Williams, All Niemiec, Kristen Baldino, Jill
Conicella and Katie Dobkowski
each drove in one run,
Williams won that game, and
also pitched well in the Bees' 3 - 1
loss to Vestal, keeping the game
close even as she surrendered
eight hits. Nicoletti drove in her
team's lone run in the top of the
third inning.
Right after the CNS, defeat,
the Bees roared past Nottingham 11-2 on Wednesday afternoon, using four-run rallies in
the second and fifth innings to
take charge.
Niemiec pitched and held the
Bulldogs to six hits. Dobkowski
doubled twice, driving in two
runs as Liz Magowan earned
B'ville's only home run and got
three RBIs. Niemiec, Chelsey
Cole and Emily Brissenden had
one RBI apiece.
MESSENGER, MAY
27, 2CC9/ I 5
SPORTS
Girls Bees lose rematch to West Genny
Mackenzie Kjerstad's goal
2:01 into the second half finally
got B'ville on the board. Then, in
What had started as a night a span of 45 seconds, Jen Fabian
of festivity and excitement for scored one goal and assisted
the Baldwinsville girls lacrosse on Kara Moschetti's tally, makteam turned into concern and ing it 4-3 and causing the large
consternation by the time it B'ville fan contigent to roar at
was done.
full volume.
The Bees' 10-7 loss to West
Slowly, the Wildcats steadied
Genesee in last Tuesday night's themselves, thanks to goals
clash of the nation's top two from Maria DiFato and Katey
ranked teams at Wildcat Sta- Hart. And while Fabian cut it
dium in Camillus drew one of to 6-4, the Bees never got closer
the largest crowds (1,500) ever again as the Wildcats regained
to see a girls lacrosse game in control.
the state.
Fabian finished with three
All the anticipation had start- goals and two assists. Moschetti
ed back on April 9, when B'ville and Spagnoletti had just one
stunned WG 9-8, the first time goal apiece, both of them forced
anyone had beaten the two-time to do more on the offensive side
defending state Class A cham- in Bulken's absence. For WG,
Corso had three goals, with
pion Wildcats since 2006.
Since then, the Bees had built
a 16-game win streak and risen
to the top of the state and national rankings, while WG had
won 11 in a row as a response.
Now they met again, exactly
two weeks in advance of a possible third clash in the sectional
Class A finals at SUNY-Cortland,
and from the start, the Bees felt
a lot of frustration.
Neither side scored for more
than 10 minutes, the two defenses taking hold. In the Bees'
case, it had a m aj ority of the
shots, but it kept firing into the
body of WG goalie Nicole Greco,
who had eight of her 14 saves in
By Phil Blackwell
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Hart, DiFato and Michaels each
getting two goals.
B'ville would come home
Thursday night and, full of fury
over what had happened in Camillus, crushed Corcoran 25-8 at
Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium.
By halftime, it was already
16-5, the Bees overwhelming
the Cougars' defense at every
possible turn.
Moschetti had four goals,
with Spagnoletti and Samantha
Yaro each scored three times.
Fabian had two goals and three
assists, with Becky Guzzo, Katie
VanDeValk, Maddison Frink
and Meagan Rowe each scoring
twice. Kjerstad, Katie Sullivan,
Meghan Haney, Nicole Bourden
and Erin Ward all had single
goals, with Meghan Cuddy adding two assists.
BRYIN HERZIG
VENTURING OUT: Baldwinsville goalie Casey Chiesa (00) heads well outside
the crease to pick up the ball during last Tuesday's game against West Genesee.
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Lauren Michaels' goal at the
10:23 mark got the Wildcats on
board. Moments later, while
charging to the net:
senior Erika Bulken fell to the
turf, having suffered a knee
injury, the first serious injury
any Bees player had suffered
this season.
Shaken by all this, B'ville
would not get on the board in
the half, as Lauren Corso's pair
of goals extended WG's lead to
3-0 by halftime.
After some harsh words at the
break, the Bees stormed out and
nearly caught the Wildcats.
B'ville girls
golfers win twice
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In advance of this week's
Section III championship tournament, the Baldwinsville girls
golf team went to Liverpool last
Wednesday and put together a
193-210 victory over the Warriors.
Over nine holes at Liverpool
Country Club, Lauren Petty shot
a 42, while Jamie Schmidt shot a
47, the same as Liverpool's Alyscia Abold. Marissa McLean and
Yogita Patel each shot 52.
The Bees then went to Beau mont and pulled out a 201-202
victory over Cicero-North Syracuse to improve its mark to 8-4
Petty shot a 44, tying the
Northstars' Chelan Xue, but
Schmidt (47) beat CNS's second
player, Meagan Fandrich, by
three shots, which made a crucial difference.
AT FULL SPEED: Baldwinsville micffielder Kara Moschetti (2)
LONG PASS: Baldwinsville defender Sarah Clark ( I 4) sends the ball to an open
teammate during last Tuesday's game against West Genesee.
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Van Buren Parks and Recreation
Summer Carnival Family Fun Day
The town of -Yen 'Buren will son Saturday June 13 and will
host the-,Iiiiiintar.ibrlitval on rthMn open through Friday
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p.m.,Ahe pal*, will be carni . $1 everyday, and ages60 and over
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pitie_mihovest of Baldwins. Ville off if
Boys Bees streak td
CNYCL track title
feet 2 inches in the high jump 3,200 in 9:49.2.
for second place.
Thompson, Wicks, Klirey and
Brian Kane ruled in the high Pacheck took the 4x800 relay in
BaldwinsivIle's boys track jump with a clearance of 6 feet 8:51.2, with Wicks and turey
and field team did not care much 5 inches, and he added a fifth (40 helping Rogers and Pond win
about what had _taken place in feet 1 inch) in the triple jump. the 4x400 in 3:40.6. Rogers, on
the regular season, as long as the In the 3,200-meter run, Adam his own, won the 400-meter dash
Pacheck took charge, winning (52.7 seconds).
post-season turned out well.
Kane cleared 6 feet 2 inches
With that as a premise, the in a time of 9:52.10 as Thompson
Bees went to last Thursday's CNY (9:56.39) claimed second place.
An the high jump, while Getman
Thu Chambers joined, in the Threw the discus 138 feet WinchCounties League National division championship meet at Brag- flin as he won a dramatic 800-me- es. Alan Gribble cleared 8 feet 6
man Stadium and gained revenge ter duel with CNS's Jared Wal- inches and won the pole vault
When B'ville's girls competed •
for a May 6 defeat to Cicero-North ther. Chambers hit the line in
2:01.54, one-hundredth of a sec - in its CNYCL National meet last
Syracuse, the meet's hosts.
When it all got added up, ond ahead of Walther (2:01.55)as Wednesday at CNS, it earned
79 points, finishing fourth out
had 150.5 points, just they hit the wire together.
ahead of CNS, who was second
Nathan McCabe was sixth in of seven teams. Liverpool (162
with 145 points. West Gen- the 800, as he was also fourth in points) held off CNS (153 points)
esee finished third with 109.5 the mile (4:32.60), with Pacheck to finish in front.
Laura Farleman won the fiveIn fifth place. In the 4x800 relay,
points.
The Bees won six different Pacheck, Tim Chambers, Sam event pentathlon, earning 2,393
events, including a 1-2-3 sweep Kurey and Chris Wicks finished points to beat CNS's Jessica
in the 3,000-meter steeplechase second in 823.86 aalaverpool Wheeler by 3171x:tints.
Jaimee Balloni, who was third
where Shaun Thompson won in (8:17.42) prevai1ed:10.0111e also
in the 800 (2:22.76), joined Krisa time of 10:00.84. Andres Romeu took fourth in the 4x400.
B'ville had a 1-2 fmish in the tina Sprague, Nicole Fecco and
took second place (10:43.01) and
Joel Moss (10:49.31) finished discus, where MattGetman pre- Ashley Shaheen as they earned
vailed with a throw of 132 feet 7 second place in the 4x800 relay
th ird. .
Sean Bernstein *on a tight inches and Raeshaun Jones (127 in 10:02.14. CNS (9:58.09) finished
200eter dash, edging Utica feat 2 inches) tookiecond place. in front B'ville got third in The
Procter'sVVill Hawkins, 22.78 Jon Hingre took second in the 4x400 (4:19.56) and fourth in the
4400 in 52.96 seconds.
seconds.
te_ 1 32.8E He also was pentathlon with 2,042 points.
,
'Cathleen Green took second
10...ingtkoklidW Kyle •RogerslOtthird hiThe
Jew jump, going 20 feet5 % inch- In the long jump, going 16 feet 8, and was fifth in the 4064neter Inches, and was fifth in the 103
52.74 seconds), just tiliead high hurdles in:W.98 seconds.
te Jag:Ton& ICyla _ Miranda Nicoleftrftnished seceb and Andrew Hoover ond in the shot pittrtossing it 33
fifth allt Adighl.Xespec- feet 1 inches.
Bri PollaNd earedT third , as
in thinlitht14110rdlen,
b also earned fifth place place in. the 100-meter dash in
13.30 seconds and was also third
1.19) in the 400 hurdles.
=day earlieg the Sete beat •In the Wo in 27.40 seconds.
Proctor 82-59 to close out
Danae Polsin ran to third
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"We provided an opportunity for success for those
youngsters and their families,"
Coleman said, and within two
years, the drop out rate was reduced to less than 2 percent.
"A spin-off of the GREAT
Kids program was a decrease
in the cost of foster care," Coleman added.
The program was validated
by New York State and is now
being duplicated and implemented elsewhere.
Afterwards, Coleman served
as superintendent of LaFayette Schools from 1992 to 2002,
then as a consultant. Having
retired, he said it was time to
give back.
Some of the issues Coleman
intends to address as a county
legislator candidate include
the short- and long-term vision for Lysander, maximizing
available resources to provide
needed services in the district
and identifying the role of the
legislator in regards to both
the assessment and excise tax
situation with Budweiser.
"I heard the only phone call
to the state legislature received
on behalf of Budweiser regarding the increased excise
tax was from the plant manager. Was there communication
with the governor regarding
the excise tax?" Coleman said.
"We need to provide initiatives
to keep Budweiser here. If Budweiser were to leave, it would
have a huge impact on Central
New York and the Lysander
community"
Overall, Coleman seeks to
preserve jobs and improve the
economy by supporting small
businesses and addressing the
county budget, specifically the
reason why Onondaga County
has the third highest county
property tax in the state.
"I'm approaching this with
a passion and a view to.be an
advocate for constituents," he
said adding that municipalities need to work together. "We
have to sit down and talk with
people - the town supervisor,
the mayor, other legislators.
We need to have partnerships.
This is not a 'that party this
party' era. It's a partnership
era." When asked what makes
him qualified to serve as
Lysander's county legislator,
Coleman said, "My successful
experience in education as a
principal, as a director of education and as a superintendent
combined with my experience
working with state and federal
agencies developing partnerships. I am able to communicate and look at the needs
and visions." He added that
he authored and co-authored
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some of which came through
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SPORTS
Local figure skater reaches
summit
On May 2, Jamie Darling from
Baldwinsville passed the United
States Figure Skating Association (USFSA) Senior Free Skate
test at the Ice Arena in Clinton.
Passing the Senior Freeskating
test and the 15 tests that must
precede it is a tremendously
difficult task that requires years
and years of dedicated work,
and a huge amount of skill. Only
a small percentage of skaters
can claim this great prize.
"I am very excited to have
achieve this, but I have so many
people to thank. I really appreciate my long-time coach, Susan
Flynn, for training me and pushing me and believing in me and
my mom made a lot of sacrifices
for me, driving me to practices
and competitions for so many
years," said Darling, a 2007
Baker High School graduate.
Darling, who is currently a
student at SUNY Morrisville
and a member of Center State
Figure Skating Club, reflected
on her training years in Baldwinsville.
"I was really fortunate to have
the Syracuse Figure Skating
Club so closely available at the
Lysander Ice Rink," she said.
"The Syracuse Figure Skating
Club is a great resource in Baldwinsville and I have some great
memories with the talented
skaters that train there."
This spring, Darling will be
graduating from SUNY Morrisville with an associate's degree
Jamie Darling (right) and her coach, Susan Flynn, review the positive results of
the Senior Free Skating test held at the Ice Arena in Clinton.
in sports, nutrition and fitness
management. In the fall, she will
begin work on her bachelor's
degree in kinesiology at Liberty
University located in Lynchburg, Va. Her skating goals
include continued training and
competition, albeit at a more
moderai; pace.
"At this point, I will reduce
the level of skating intensity
and concentrate on studies,"
she said. "But, I love the ice and
I really enjoy coaching and look
forward to working with other
skaters."
Canton Woods Senior Ce ter
Name That Tune Frida
Thursday May 28
8 a.m.Tai Chi class
9:15 a.m. Exercise class
10:30 a.m.Arm chair aerobics
II a.m.Art class
Noon Aurora Support group
1p.m. Pinochle club
Friday May 29
11 a.m. Name That Tune
Noon PEACE Nutrition lunch
1 p.m. Bingo, shuffleboard tournament
9:15 a.m. Exercise class
9:30 a.m. Canasta
10 a.m. Crafts
10:30 a.m.Arm chair aerobics
1 p.m. Scrabble
Wednesday June 3
9:30 a.m. Bowling at Sports
Bowl
10 a.m. Mah Jong
Noon PEACE Nutrition Lunch
12:30 p.m. Party Bridge
1 p.m. Bingo, line dancing
Thursday June 4
Monday June I
9 a.m. Chess club
Noon PEACE lunch
1 p.m. Bingo
8 a.m.Tai Chi class
9:15 a.m. Exercise class
10:30 a.m.Arm chair aerobics
II a.m.Art class
I p.m. Pinochle club
Tuesday June 2
8 a.rn.Tai Chi
Friday June 5
Noon PEACE Nutrition lunch
1 p.m. Bingo
Please note: Duplicate bridge
is played on Tuesdays and party
bridge on Wednesdays at the
center. Bring a partner if at all possible. Starting times will be at noon
on Tuesdays and at 12:30 p.m. on
Wednesdays. There will be a bridge
tournament on the second Tuesday
of each month. Please note that
Lynn McCormick, notary public, will
now meet seniors at Canton Woods.
Call her at the Van Buren Town Hall
to make on appointment, 635-3010.
Outreach hours for Judy Laurange,
Van Buren, ore from 10 am. to 3 p.m.
each day. Outreach hours for Donna
Metz, Lysander, are from 1:30 to 4:30
p.m. each day.
Upcoming summer programs
sist of two 25-minute halves.
The staff is also looking for parent volunteers to help with the
teams. Call Jeff or the CNYFSC
staff to register your team at
638-8866.
Skills training will be held
from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. every Monday night.
Soccer camp
Lysander day camp
This camp runs for six
individual weeks and offers
a variety of activities including a weekly field trip for
children who have completed
kindergarten through sixth
grade. Activities include
crafts, sports, music, fitness
and more. Hours for regular
day camp are from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m. and for extended camp
are from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Check out details on the separate registration form located
in the middle of the summer
brochure.
ness Center
Start Smart baseball
Spin yourself slim
Ages: 4 and 5 years old with
parent participation
Time: 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Days: Monday and Wednesdays
Dates: June 8 to 24
Location: Lysander Park
Ages: 18 +
Time: 7 to 8 a.m.
Days: Friday
Dates: June 5 to July 31
(Omit: July 3)
Location: Riverside Fitness Center
Yankee trip (Friday, Sept.
II)
Spin class
Ages: All ages (under 18
must have an adult)
Time: 6 to 12 a.m.
Days: Friday
Dates: Sept. 11
Location: New York City
Red Cross babysitting
classes
Ages: 11 +
Time: 9 to 3:30 p.m.
Days: Saturday
Dates: June 20
Location: Baldwinsville
Public Library
Girls basketball camp
CNY Family Sports Centre
The Central New York Family
Sports Centre (CNYFSC) will
run a summer outdoor youth
soccer league beginning Sunday
June 14 for boys and girls from
age 6 to 14. All games will be
held on Sundays at CNYFSC in
Baldwinsville on the beautiful
outdoor fields. The league will
consist of eight games and a
playoff week. Games will con-
Lysander Parks and Recreation
The 2009 CNYFSC soccer
camp dates will be held June
29 to July 2, July 13 to 16 and
Aug. 3 to 6. Each camp will offer a camp T-shirt plus 12 hours
of playing, rain or shine. The
camps are geared towards both
experienced and players new to
the sport. For more info check
out CNYFSC.com
Ages: 7 to 9 years old
Time: 4 to 5 p.m.
Ages: 10 to 13 years old
Time: 5 to 6:30 p.m.
Days: Wednesday
Dates: June 8 to 24
Location: Baker High
School Small Gym
Basic kayaking lessons
Ages: 18 +
Select one Classroom Date:
June 11, 25 July 9, 23
Time: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Day: Thursday
Location: Baldwinsville
Public Library
and
Select one Water Date:
June 14, 28 July 12, 26
Time: 9 to 11 a.m.
Day: Sunday
Location: Mercer Park
Ages: 18 +
Time: 7:30 to 8:30 a.m.
Days: Tuesday
Dates: June 9 to July 28
Location: Riverside Fitness Center
Youth football (strength
and conditioning)
Ages: 5 to 10 years old
Time: 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Days: Tuesday and Thursday
Dates: June 2 to July 30
(Omit: July 7 and 9)
Location: Lysander Park
AARP Driver Safety class
Ages: 18 +
Time: 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Days: Tuesday and Thursday
Dates: June 2 and 4
Location: Baker High
School Large Group Room
Learn to row (youth)
Summer reading camp
Ages: Completion of kindergarten
Time: 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Days: Monday to Friday
Dates: June 20 to 31
Location: Elden Elementary
Silver Sneakers Class
(muscular strength and
range of motion)
Ages: 55+
Time: 10:15 to 11 a.m.
Days: Monday and Thursday
Dates: June 1 to Aug. 6
Location: Riverside Fitness Center
Silver Sneakers Class
(yoga stretch)
Ages: 55 +
Time: 10:15 toll am
Days: Tuesday
Dates: June 2 to Aug. 4
Location: Riverside Fit-
Ages: 10 to 15 years old
Time: 8:30 to 10 a.m. or
10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Days: Monday through
Friday
Dates: June 29 to July 17
Location: Longbranch
Park
Learn to row (teens and
adults)
Ages: 16+ years old
Time: 6 to 8 p.m.
Days: Monday and Wednesday
Dates: June 15 to July 8
Location: Longbranch
Park
Registration required for
all programs. For additional
information on programs
and fees, call the Lysander
Parks and Recreation Office
at.635-5999 or visit townoflysander. org .
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20/ MESSENGER, MAY 27, 2009
14 !WS PPPPP 1
Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation d/b/a National Grid
PURPOSE:
THE FILING OF REVISED RATES TO P.S.C. 219
GAS IN ORDER TO COMPLY WITH THE COMMISSION'S ORDER
DATED MAY 15,2009 IN P.S.C. CASE NO. 08-G-0609.
TEXT: Notice is hereby given that Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation
d/b/a National Grid has filed with the Public Service Commission to
comply with the Commission's order dated May 15, 2009, in Case 08-G0609. These revised rates are issued to become effective on a temporary
basis subject to refund effective May 20, 2009 in compliance with the
Commission's May 15, 2009 Order. The revised rates will produce an
annual increase in gas operating revenues of $39,428,000 or 5.1%.
The principal factors creating the need for rate relief since Niagara
Mohawk's last base delivery increase in December of 1996 include: (i)
increases in costs associated with significant capital investments needed
to replace and maintain the Company's aging distribution system, (ii)
increases necessary to reflect in rates the current level of spending for
certain costs that are accounted for on a deferred basis, and (iii) increases
necessary to commence recovery of certain previously deferred costs.
Included in National Grid's bill will be a surcharge to collect the
Temporary State Energy and Utility Service Conservation Assessment
imposed by the State based on the company's delivery and supply revenues
and the revenues of the energy service companies that use National Grid's
gas delivery service.
The tables listed below show a comparison between the Company's current
and proposed delivery service rates. In addition, Income Eligible SC 1
Residential Customers receiving HEAP Payments are entitled to a $7.50
credit per month. Note that the rate tables do not include a Monthly Cost
of Gas factor.
Service Classification No. 1 Residential
Monthly usage
First 3 therms or less
Next 47 therms, per therm
Over 50 therms, per therm
Present
$14.71
50.34921
50.05322
Present
$19.35
50.26966
50.15686
50.05028
Proposed
$782.76
50.10172
Service Classification No. 5 Firm Delivery Service
Monthly usage
First 100 therms or less
Over 100 therms, per therm
Present
$353.85
50.05211
Present
$303.30
S0.10334
Proposed
$350.95
$0.11844
Service Classification No, 8 Delivery Service
Present
Monthly usage
First 100 therms or less
$707.70
Next 99,900 therms, per therm
50.05211
Next 400,000 therms, per therm S0.04717 Proposed
$825.65
$0.05934
Over 500,000 therms, per therm 50.04044
50.04842
50.05613
Service Classification No. 12 Distributed Generation
Less thal 250.000 therms per year
Monthly usage
Present
$100.00
50.04149
50.05256
First 3 therms or less
Over 3 therms, per therm (Apr to Oct)
Over 3 therms, per therm (Nov to Mar)
Service Classificalion No.12 Distributed Ge nera ti on
Proposed
$147.65
50.04755
50.06024
Greater than 250,000 but less than 1.000.000 therms per year
Present
Monthly usage
Proposed
First 3 therms or less
$353.85
S465.92
Over 3 therms, per therm (Apr to Oct) 50.03697
50.04237
Over 3 therms, per therm (Nov to Mar)
50.04683
50.05367
Service Classification No. 12 Distributed Generation
Greater than 1.000.000 but less than 2,500.000 therms per year
Present
Monthly usage
Proposed
First 100 therms or less
$1,400.00
$1,400.65
Next 499,900 therms, per therm (Apr to Oct)50.03447
50.03951
Next 499,900 therms, per therm (Nov to Mar)50.04366
50.05004
Over 500,000 therms, per therm (Apr to Oct)S0.02955
50.03387
Over 500,000 therms, per therm (Nov to Mar)50.03743
S0.04290
Service Classification No. 12 Distributed Generation
Greater than 2.500,000 therms per year
usage
Present
Proposed
First 3 therms or less
51,400.00
51,400.65
50.00691
Over 3 therms, per therm (Apr to Oct) 50.00792
50.00876
Over 3 therms, per therm (Nov to Mar)
$001004
50.75500
Demand charge per therm of MPDQ
50.86534
&11440113.3i1r1SlitigleiganikliidellildRiallibliteSaientratiO1
Present
Monthly usage
Proposed
$24.00
First 3 therms or less
526.94
Over 3 therms, per therm 50.03200 50.03668
Copies of the proposed amendments to NC No. 219 Gas are available for
public inspection and can be obtained by writing National Grid, Gas Pricing
Department, B-1,300 Erie Boulevard West, Syracuse, New York 13202.
Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation d/b/a National Grid
Monthly
(5/22/09)
II a.m. Durgee Chorus Concert
(3/12/09)
Noon Baldwinsville,Village Board
Meeting (5/21)
12:55 p.m. Lysander Town Board
Meeting (5/28) then Albany Reports:
Assemblyman Magnarelli; Capitol
Report
3 p.m. Open Mike at the Library
(5/20)
5 p.m. Community Wesleyan
Church
6 p.m. Baker High Moving Up Day
(5/22/09)
8 p.m. Durgee Chorus Concert
(3/12/09)
9 p.m. Baldwinsville Village Board
Meeting (5/2 I )
Meeting (5/21)
9:50 a.m. Lysander Town Board
Meeting (5/28) then Albany Reports:
Assemblyman Magnarelli; Capitol
Report
Noon Cruisin' The Erie Canal
(9/07)
1 p.m. First Presbyterian Church
Service
2 p.m."Simon Peter" at Hillview
Baptist Church (3120/08)
3 p.m.Word Of Life
4 p.m.Words To Live By
5 p.m. Community Wesleyan
Church
6 p.m. Baldwinsville Village Board
Meeting (5/2))
6:50 p.m. Lysander Town Board
Meeting (5/28) then Albany Reports:
Assemblyman Magnarelli; Capitol
Report
9 p.m. Baker High Moving Up Day
(5/22/09)
II p.m. Durgee Chorus Concert
(3/12/09)
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Proposed
$465.92
50.05934
Service Classification No. 7 Small Volume Delivery Service
Monthly usage
First 2,100 therms or less
Over 2,100 therms, per therm
9 a.m. Baker High Moving Up Day
Sunday May 31
9 a.m. Baldwinsville Village Board
Proposed
$23.65
50.29945
50.17419
50.05584
Present
$782.11
50.04627
Saturday May 30
Report
Service Classification No. 3 Large General Service
Monthly usage
First 5,000 therms or less
Over 5,000 therms, per therm
Every night Midnight to 9 a.m.
Baldwinsville Bulletin Board
9:55 p.m. Lysander Town Board
Meeting (5128) then Albany Reports:
Assemblyman Magnarelli; Capitol
Proposed
$17.45
50.38728
50.05902
Service Classification No. 2 Small General Service
Monthly usage
First 3 therms or less
Next 277 therms, per therm
Next 4,720 therms, per therm
Over 5,000 therms, per therm
Program Log - Baldwinsville PAC-B (Channel 98)
Monday June I
9 a.m. Open Mike at the Library
(5/20)
II a.m. Cruisin' The Erie Canal
(9/07)
Noon Baker High Moving Up Day
(5/22/09)
2 p.m. Durgee Chorus Concert
(3/12/09)
3 p.m. Baldwinsville Village Board
Meeting (5/21)
3:50 p.m. Lysander Town Board
Meeting (5/28) then Albany Reports:
Assemblyman Magnarelli; Capitol
Report
6 p.m. Baker High Moving Up Day
(5/22109)
8 p.m. Durgee Chorus Concert
(3/12/09)
9 p.m. Open Mike at the Library
(5/20)
I I p.m. Cruisin' The Erie Canal
(9/07)
Tuesday June 2
9 a.m. Baker Spring Band Concert
(5/23/07)
10:25 a.m. BEE A Good Sport B.
. Garafalo, Girls' Crew
11:15 a.m.Army Newswatch
Noon Community Band at Canton Woods (9/17/08)
12:40 p.m. DeWitt Choraliers at
Syracuse Home (2004)
1:10 p.m. The Execution Of Private Slovik: Bob Kirk (2005)
1:45 p.m. Disability And The Law
3 p.m. B'ville Schools Prism Concert @ Baker High (3/29/07)
4:15 p.m. Kids Science News Net
Case of the Radical Ride
5:15 p.m. Baker Spring Vocal Jazz
Concert (2007)
6 p.m. Designing Kitchen
Workspace: John Salisbury at BPL
(5/21/09)
7 p.m. Gardens of Baldwinsville
Spring Flowers (2001)
7:40 p.m. 2008 Hershey Car Show
Cars (10/11)
8:15 p.m. Perils For Pedestrians
9 p.m. Baker Spring Band Concert
(5/23/07)
10:25 p.m. BEE A Good Sport B.
Garafalo, Girls' Crew
I 1:15 p.m.Army Newswatch
Wednesday June 3
9 a.m. B'ville Schools Prism Concert @ Baker High (3/29/07)
-10:15 a.m. Kids Science News
Net Case of the Radical Ride
11:15 a.m. Baker SpringVocal Jazz
Concert (2007)
Noon Designing Kitchen
Workspace: John Salisbury at BPL
(5/2 1/09)
I p.m. Gardens of Baldwinsville
Spring Flowers (2001)
1:40 p.m.2008 Hershey Car Show
Cars (10/11)
2:15 p.m. Perils For Pedestrians
3 p.m. Baker Spring Band Concert
(5/23/07)
4:25 p.m. BEE A Good Sport B.
Garafalo, Girls' Crew
5:15 p.m.Army Newswatch
6 p.m. Community Band at Canton Woods (9/17/08)
6:40 p.m. DeWitt Choraliers at
Syracuse Home (2004)
7:10 p.m. The Execution Of Private Slovik: Bob Kirk (2005)
7:45 p.m. Disability And The Law
9 p.m. B'ville Schools Prism Concert @ Baker High (3/29/07)
10:15 p.m. Kids Science News
Net Case of the Radical Ride
1 I :15 p.m. Baker Spring Vocal Jazz
Concert (2007)
Thursday June 4
9 a.m. Community Band at Canton Woods (9/17/08)
9:40 am. DeWitt Choraliers at
Syracuse Home (2004)
10:10 a.m.The Execution Of Private Slovik: Bob Kirk (2005)
10:45 a.m. Disability And The
Law
Noon Designing Kitchen
Workspace: John Salisbury at BPL
(5/21/09)
1 p.m. Gardens of Baldwinsville
Spring Flowers (2001)
1:40 p.m.2008 Hershey Car Show
Cars (10/11)
2:15 p.m. Perils For Pedestrians
3 p.m. B'ville Schools Prism Concert @ Baker High (3/29/07)
4:15 p.m. Kids Science News Net
Case of the Radical Ride
5:15 p.m. Baker Spring Vocal Jazz
Concert (2007)
6 p.m.Baker Spring Band Concert
(5/23/07)
7:25 p.m. BEE A Good Sport B.
Garafalo, Girls' Crew
8:15 p.m.Army Newswatch
9 p.m. Community Band at Canton Woods (9117/08)
9:40 p.m. DeWitt Choraliers at
Syracuse Home (2004)
10:10 p.m.'The Execution Of Private Slovik: Bob Kirk (2005)
10:45 p.m. Disability And The
Law
Friday June 5
9 a.m. Designing Kitchen
Workspace: John Salisbury at BPL
(5/21/09)
10 a.m. Gardens of Baldwinsville
Spring Flowers (2001)
10:40 a.m. 2008 Hershey Car
Show Cars (10/11)
11:15 a.m. Perils For Pedestrians
Noon Baker Spring Band Concert
(5/23/07)
1:25 p.m. BEE A Good Sport B.
Garafalo, Girls' Crew
2:15 p.m.Army Newswatch
3 p.m. Community Band at Canton Woods (9/17/08)
3:40 p.m. DeWitt Choraliers at
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4:10 p.m. The Execution Of Private Slovik: Bob Kirk (2005)
4:45 p.m. Disability And The Law
6 p.m. B'ville Schools Prism Concert @ Baker High (3/29/07)
7:15 p.m. Kids Science News Net
Case of the Radical Ride
8:15 p.m. Baker Spring Vocal Jazz
Concert (2007)
9 p.m. Designing Kitchen
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Spring Flowers (2001)
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Health fair slated at Carousel Mall
"Spring Into Wellness" health fair will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. Thursday May 28 at the Commons Level at Carousel Center. Sponsored through the joint efforts of The Franciscan Place and
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diabetes, blood pressure, cardio/stroke and respiratory function; holistic health including massage, acupuncture, chiropractic, energy therapy and spirituality.
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MAGEE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Students in Wendi Hitchcodes life skills class at Durgee Junior High School recently baked 32 dozen cookies to be
served at the school's senior dtizen dinner dance, which was held May I S.The dance, sponsored by the school's PTA, is
an annual event. Students help prepare for the event and act as wait staff at the dinner to demonstrate their appreciation for area seniors and all they have done to shape the local community. (Standing, from left) Jayme Delaney, Cody
Dombrowsky, Kevin Barber, (sitting from left) Rick Mahar and Wesley Thurston display a portion of the cookies they
baked from scratch for the dinner.
Ala regular meeting of the Van
Buren Town Board, held at the Town
Hall, 7575 Van Buren Road, in said
town. County of Onondaga, State of
New York, on March 17, 2009 at
730 pm, there were:
Present: Mary Frances Sabin
Derek Shepard
Howard Tupper
Ronald Dudzinski
Harold Johnson
Patricia Dickman
Claude Sykes
WHEREAS, the Town Board of
the Town of Van Buren is desirous of
expending moneys from the Park
Capital Reserve Fund of the Town of
Van Buren for the repair of ball fields
and park road
WHEREAS, the expenditure of
up to an estimated $l S,000.00 for
said repairs shall be paid for with
Park Capital Reserve Funds,
NOW, THEREFORE.,
BE IT RESOLVED, that the
Town Board of the Town of
Van Buren, its agents or
employees. are authonzed to
repair the ball fields and park
roads using funds from the
Park Capital Reserve Fund,
i BE IT FUTHER
RESOLVED, that pursuant
to Section 90 of Town Law
that within ten days from the
date of this resolution the
Town Clerk shall post and
publish a notice which shall
set forth the date of the
adoption of the resolution,
shall contain an abstract of
said resolution concisely
setting forth the purpose and
effect thereof, shall spectfy
that this resolution was
adopted subject to permissive
referendum: and shall publish
such notice in The
Messenger a newspaper
published in Onondaga
County having a general
circulation in the Town of
Van Buren and in addition
thereto that the Town Clerk
shall post on the signboard
of the Town of Van Buren, a
copy of such notice within
ten days after the date of
adoption.
Dated: 5/20/09
Lynn
McCormickPrecourt
Town Clerk
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Cortland, Onondaga, Oswego &
Seneca Cos., Bridge Maintenance and
Rehabilitation at various locations.,
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Rough bluegrass is common invader in shady, damp lawns
Q. A week or so ago while listening
to your radio show, I heard a caller
describe an invasive grass species that
was threatening to overtake his lawn. I
think I have the same thing. Do you have
any idea what this "weedy" grass might
be based on the attached pictures, and
how I can get rid of it? I don't want it to
spread to my absolutely lush front lawn,
probably because it's a lot sunnier.
First, weeds don't just appear in a
lawn. Rather, they take advantage of
bare spots where the desirable lawn
grasses have either thinned out, died,
or never became established. In your
case, the damp, shady conditions and
lowing mowing height have prevented
the desirable grasses from thriving,
leaving bare spots where the rough
bluegrass has become established.
A. The weedy grass in your lawn as
rough bluegrass, Poo trivialis. It's also
pretty obvious from the pictures you
sent that the part of your lawn that's
been invaded by rough bluegrass is
quite shady, somewhat damp, and
appears to be somewhat thin. It also
looks like you've got your mower set
to cut at roughly two inches, versus
three to three and one-half inches.
Second, it's essentially impossible
to selectively remove grassy weeds
from a lawn with herbicides. That
is, any herbicide that kills grass-like
weeds will also kill desirable Kentucky
bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, fine-leaf
fescues, etc. And, even if there was an
effective herbicide, it's possible/likely
the rough bluegrass would eventually
become reestablished because the
underlying problem(s) - shade, damp
and compacted soil, low mowing
height, etc., wouldn't have changed.
There are several lessons to be
learned
from
situation.
your
I think you have two options. The first is to
actually encourage the rough bluegrass
to take over the part of your backyard
where it's become a "problem." It
obviously grows quite well under the
existing conditions in your backyard!
Or, considering that it appears in
your pictures that the shady, damp
conditions in your backyard would
be difficult/expensive to alter, plus my
sense is that you essentially use the
part of the backyard where the rough
bluegrass has invaded as a place to
run your mower once a week or so
and little or nothing else, I'd get rid of
the lawn - except for a five foot strip
right at the woods edge - and fill the
space with masses of shade and damp
soil-tolerant perennials such as native
sedges, hostas, ferns, hellebores,
liriope, etc.
!
The leaf blades of rough bluegrass are much
lighter green than those of more desirable lawn
grasses, and very fine-textured which results
in them matting down low to the ground. The
result are very obvious patches, especially in
shaded lawns.
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AUCTION
5481 Topsfield Lane, Clay, NY
(RI. 11 to Caughdenoy Rd., turn Son BoxIon:11oTopsfisid Lane)
SUN., MAY 31, 10 A.M. coffee table, end table, inlaid tea cart, 4 drw. file
cabinet, bookcase, desk & chair, Blonde Mahogany
bedroom set, 4 pc. Bedroom set, Brass coffee table,
dinette set, server, Needlepoint chair, patio furniture,
Attention
for rent, 20x30 or 20x40, we set
up & take down. Call today for
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Over $6000 in Savings Bonds
Collectibles & Household Furnishings to be
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the Real Estate: Sofa, Pr. of recliners, Japanese
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furs, light house collection, books, slides of Foreign
lands, antique cameras-Nikon F, Minolta XG7; Feather
lite sewing machine, Nikon EM lens, antique prints,
costume jewelry, Souvenir spoons, Christmas decorations, Collector's plates, sm. music boxes, antique
tools, old games; China/Glassware:Ruby, lead Crystal, Zellique, Colored, Cranberry, cut & pressed glass,
hand painted china, cups & saucers, Eckhardt glass,
Lenox, Bing & Grondal, Fenton Burmese Cruet, set
of Japanese china, Hall pottery, Flo blue, End-Of-Day
basket; Housewares/Tools: Women's clothes - 14 -
16;sm. TV, Exercise Equipment-treadmill, stepper, exercise bike, rowing machine; lawn & garden tools,
golf clubs, skis, walker, wood chipper, dumbells,
washer & elec. dryer, tool bench,old tools, vise, old
Machinest tools, plus much more! Terms on Personal Property: Cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover
or Debit Cards. No Personal/Company Checks acted. Ten percent buyer's premium. All items sold in
AS IS" condition. Subject to errors and omissions.
Driver's license required
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Large quantity of paint for sale. Ace Royal exterior latex
primer and paint Color Briarwood (medium tan).
Other brands and colors also available. Overstock items.
CNY Prestain, Inc. • 315-882-2194
We paint all types of lumber indoors before it's installed
(wood siding, interior & exterior trim & more.)
Restaurant Equipment &
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AUCTION
11479 Southard Road, Cato, NY
(OARL VP, E oftlieS1•111on, lumen Soul/a/WM, 411* Moo on Wt.)
MON., JUNE 1, 4 P.M. -
Preview:3-4P.M
Auctioning on location to the highest bidders
regardless of price, for Ridge & Barbara Rogers,
restaurant equipment & household furnishings
to include: Restaurant Equipment to be auctioned 0 4 P.M: ice cream chest freezer, True SS
freezer, True SS refrigerator, 5' SS work table, Master-I3ilt freezer, Taylor 3 phase triple head soft serve
ice cream machine-water cooled-new 2001 w/10 Flavor Burst attach., SS refrigerated SS ice cream condiment bar, Superior SS refrig. Sandwich prep table, 4
pedestal tables, 200 lb. ice maker, 2 microwaves, lamps,
restaurant paper products-cups, spice rack, clawfoot
tub, bug zappers; Household Furnishings to be
auctioned 0 5 P.M.: Enamel table, computer desk &
2-2 driv. files, Ethan Allen recliner, Pine desk, 2'Pine
dry sinks, Oak school desk chair, coffee & end table
set, Pine corner china cabinet, Mahogany vanity w/
bench, dressing table, dinette table & 4 chairs, antique
sewing table, commodes, Queen size bed, trestle table;
Housewares: Computer & printer, stereo system, Color
TV, Cook books, Kids Craft books, stroller playpen,
infant car seat, floor lamp, fur stretcher, White portable sewing machine, 2 Brunswick sewing machines;
Tools: Troy Bat 38" sickle bar mower, 75 T-posts w/
driving hammer & elec. fence w/insulators, Yamaha
Kids Raptor 4 wheeler-elec. w/charger, Craftsman 8hp
30" cut lawn tractor, plastic Pick-up truck box, Craftsman 18" chain saw, Homelite 18" chain saw, plus much
more! Auctioning 0 6 P.M.: Gold Yard Machine 21
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engine. Terms: Cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover or
Debit Cards. No Personal/Company Checks accepted.
Ten percent buyer's premium. All items sold in AS IS"
condition. Subject to errors and omissions. Driver's
license required for bidding number. All statements
made day of auction take precedence over printed
material. Auction #5616/09.
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Elementary School
Furniture, Clothing, lbys,
Homegoods, & Much Morel
201 Jamesville Rd., DeWitt.
All proceeds to benefit the school.
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Saturday, May 30th 9am-3pm.
3 and 4 year old programs
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118 Arch Street,
Chitteriarigo, NY 13037
my Mother. O'Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of
(315) 687-7355
I leaven and Earth, I humbly beseech you from the
Taking Registrations
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Marcellus Community
Childcare Center
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You be loved, honored, glorified all over
the world until the end of time. Blessed
be Immaculate Heart of Mary. Blessed
be St Jude Thaddeus, patron saint of
Desperate Situations, please grant my
humble petition. Pray 1 Our Father and 1
Hail Mary. Repeat Novena 8 x per day for 9
days. Petition will be granted upon 9th day.
Upon receiving relief, publish this Novena!
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(Never known to fail)
O'most beautiful flower of Mount Carmel, fruitful
vine, splendor of Heaven, Blessed Mother of the Son
of God, immaculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity.
O'star of the sea, help me and show me where you are
my Mother. O'Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of
Heaven and Earth, I humbly beseech you from the
bottom of my heart to 'secure me
111 my
necessity
There are none that can withstand your power.
Show me herein you ire Mother.
0' Holy Mary, Sweet Mother
I place this cause in your hands. (3x)
of God, immaculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity.
Ustar of the sea, help me and show me where you are
Now!
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OTVIary conceived without sin pray for us
who have recourse to thee. (3x)
The Prayer to the Blessed Virgin.
(Never known to fail)
umost beautiful flower of Mount Carmel, fruitful
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(Custom interior
remodeling, painting &
dedes)
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May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be adored,
glorified, loved and preserved throughout
the world now and forever. Sacred Heart
of Jesus, pray for us. St. Jude, worker of
miracles, pray for us. St. Jude, help for the
hopeless, pray for us. Say this prayer 9 times
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There are none that can withstand your power.
Show me herein you are Mother.
aMary conceived without sin pray for us
who,have recourse to thee. (3x)
0' Holy Mary, Sweet Mother
I place this cause in your hands ( lx)
Thank you for your mercy to me and nune. Amen
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1 days your request will he granted and the prayer
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Thank you for your mercy to me and mine. Amen
Say this prayer for 3 consecutive days and after
3 days your request will be granted and the prayer
must be published. Thank you!
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Het)/ gpirit
You who solve all problems, who light all
roads so that I can obtain my goals, You
who give the divine gift to forgive and forget
all evils against me, and in all instances
of my life you are with me. I want in this
short prayer to thank you for things, and to
confirm once again that I never want to be
separated from you, even in and in spite of
all material illusions I wish to be with you
in eternal glory. Thank you for your mercy
toward me and mine.
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—Paul M. Minichillo,
Minichillo's
Construction
(Indoor remodeling
- Kitchens, baths,
basements, attics)
Holy Spirit, please grant me the requests
which I make at this time
B.s.
The Prayer to the Blessed Virgin.
(Never known to fail)
Gmost beautiful flower of Mount Carmel, fruitful
of Heaven, Blessed Mother of the Son
of God, immaculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity.
O'star of the sea, help me and show me where you are
vine, splendor
my Mother. OT lolv Mary. Mother of God, Queen
I leaven
of
and Earth, I humbly beseech you from the
bottom of my heart to secure me in my necessity.
There are none that can withstand your power
Show me herein
yoll
are Mother.
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service
directory,
call
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who have recourse to thee. (.1x)
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1 place this arise in your hands. (3x)
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(315) 638-0271
www.radisssoncommunity.corn
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Before and After School Child Care on Location, Inc
4610 Wetzel Road • Liverpool. NY 13090 • wWW14111001.43111
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CAMP PROGRAMS;
General Camp (Ages 7-17)
Water-Siding Camp (Ages 10-17)
Wilderness Trips (Ages (12-17)
Leaders in Training (LIT) Program
(15 years old & up)
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(16 years old & up)
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101 different classes for ages 3-17 day camp, enrichment theater, extended hours, and more. Call
today for brochure. 446-2452, ext. 140.
Register online at www.mph.net
09 NlamlIton College Summer Camps
Hamilton College Scott Maid House
Basketball Day Camp • August 3-6
For Boys and Girls entenng grades 3 -8
Cost: Si 50.00 per camper Times. 9.00 AM .4-00 PM
Campers will be introduced to the skills and drills
necessary to become a better basketball player.
College Prospect Camp • July 30-August 2
12 75
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200 .,Help
Wanted
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DRIVERS:
Werner Enterprises is
looking for drivers on
a Dedicated Regional
fleet in the Syracuse
Area. Canada Eligible
Required. Great Hometime and Benefits
1-888-567-4853
Customer Serv
Ice/Finance Assistant
Local Company has multiple openings for customer
service representatives.
First and Second shift opportunities. Customer service experience with good
computer skills required.
Human resource and
finance experience a plus.
Accounts receivable and
collections experience also
a plus. Must be able to handle a heavy volume of
phone calls and customer
interaction. Please mail resume with any salary requirements to: HR Manager, P.O. Box 11009, Syracuse, NY 13218.
OVER 18? Between High
School and College? Travel
and Have fun w/ young successful business group. No
experience necessary. 2
wks paid training. Lodging,
transportation provided. 1877-646-5050.
(NYSCAN)
VVelder - Second shift full
time opening for an experienced welder. Please mail
resume with any salary requirements to: HR Manager, P.O. Box 11009, Syracuse, NY 13218 or apply in
person at 526 State Fair
Blvd., Syracuse.
:180 Busine*:
OpportunitiOs
-
ALL CASH VENDING. Do
you earn $800 in a day?
Your own local candy route.
Includes 25 Machines and
Candy. All for $9,995. 888771-3496.
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Classifieds
DRIVERS: Dedicated Runs with
Consistent Freight,Top Pay,
Weekly Home-Time & More!
rAECUTIVE SECRETAR
Werner Enterprises • 888-567-3103
\ CALL 917-751-2493
CUSTODIAL WORKER
Seeking full-time 2nd shift custodial
worker to assist in cleaning of school
buildings. Experience preferred.
$11 34 per hour.
Contact Larry Allen,
Supt. of Bldg. & Grounds
Westhill Central School District
at 426-3304
NEW, HIGHER PAY RATE FOR
PART TIME EMPLOYEES!!
Residential Haliditation Specialist Part time
assisting individuals with disabilities in achieving
higher levels of independence through specific training
in private residences throughout Madison County,
during afternoon and evening hours, specifically
between 300 and 800 Monday through Thursday.
I-LS. Diploma, NYS Driver's License, and 18 months
driving experience required. $10.50per hour
EOE
M ADISON' CORTLAND
Contact: Madison
Cortland ARC
ikalCUICOI
Choice
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Part Time in Cazenovia
Flexible Hours. Good Computer Skills
ELEMENTARY TEACHER—S-1
MARCELLUS SCHOOL
is seeking a Full-Time Permanent Elementary Teacher
and a Long-Term Substitute Elementary Teacher.
Positions are starting September 2009. Please send
cover letter, resume, and a copy of certification to:
email: [email protected]
Health & Rehab Center
331 Russell Street
Cbittenango,1VY 13037
Stone/
IMMEDIATE OPENING
CNA •
FT days, evenings & night positions,
sign on bonuses for CNA's 3-11
Front Desk Position •
PT weeknights
PT Dietary Aides
Call/Fax/E-mail: J. Snook
Phone: 315-687-7255 • Fax: 315-687-9720
Stonehedge Health & Rehabilitation Center
331 Russell Street • Chittenango, New York 13037
or email jsnook©stonehedgehealth.org
SUMMER YOUTH COUNSELOR
Summer Youth Counselors sought for fulltime summer positions with the Madison
County Employment (S.r Training Department.
These positions involve counseling and
providing vocational guidance as well as
serving as a positive role model for participants
in a Summer Youth Program. Completion
of a minimum of 60 semester credit hours
in a regionally accredited or New York State
registered two-year or four-year college or
university , OR graduation from high school
or equivalency and two years of full-time
work experience. OR four years of full-time
work experience is required. 2009 Hire Rate:
up t o s1 based on experience. Dates of
employment: (1) position is currently open
- 8121/09, and (2) positions are 6/22109
8/21/09 Please send cover letter and resume
1MMEDIATEI Y 1(1
N. Syr. & L'pool. Schools. Varied hours.
Call 652-3800 x 143 Mon. - Fri. 8-4:30
Childcare Teachers
& Assistants:
tittle I,u kes
CM, OC•It. C.OITER
NEW RADISSON CENTER!
Gary Bissaillon, Principal
KC Heffernan Elementary School
2 Learners Landing, Marcellus, NY 13108
Mechanics
EARTH SCIENCE TEACHER
MARCELLUS SCHOOL
Deadline is June 5, 2009. Application is on our
website: www.marcellusschools org
Local company has multiple openings first
and second shift for experienced diesel
mechanics. Must have own tools. Pay DOE.
Please mail resume with any salary
requirements to: HR Manager. P.O. Box
11009. Syracuse. NY 13218 or apply in person
at 526 State Fair Blvd.. Syracuse.
LOVING HOME NEEDED
for a 27 year old pleasant young
woman with mild disabilities who
wants to live with an active
person. She enjoys crafts,
crochet, dining out, and travel.
Please call Mrs. Stolarczyk,
CNYDSO Family Care Program,
at (315)363-8970 (X207)
& evenings
4-8, weekends 9-2/2-8
Wanted:
School Crossing Guard
Infant, Toddler & Preschool
experience preferred, Little Lukes
is hiring enthusiastic, caring, team
oriented individuals. Email resume to
megPlittlelukes.com
Fax: 315-342-7664
Phone: 315-363-3389 • Fax: 315-361-4166
Apply online at: www.madisoncordandarc.org
LPN's • FT evenings, PT nights
RN Supetvisor • PT, flex hours, days
Eagle Media, LP is
currently recruiting!
Sales Representatives
Inside & Outside
We are looking for professional individuals with great
drive and determination. Individuals with sales experience (inside/outside) are
encouraged to apply. Computer experience a plus.
Benefits include but are not
limited to: health, dental,
and 401k. If you are ready to
join an expanding company
committed to finding and developing a great sales team,
send your resume today!
Eagle Media, LP
attn: David Tyler,
Publisher,
5910 Firestone Drive,
Syracuse, NY 13206
[email protected]
27, 2009/ 25
ESTABLISHED GROWING
COMPANY HIRING
IMMEDIATELY!
Full Time Local Delivery Driver and
possible Warehouse Manager. Mon,-Fri.
7am-4:30pm some overtime. Willingness
to handle material is a must. Year round
employment. Wages DOE.
Fax resume to Hycourt Supply,
315-463-7927 or apply in person at
4040 New Court Ave., Syracuse, NY
anticipates a Full-Time Permanent Earth Science
Teacher starting September 2009. Please send
cover letter, resume, and a copy of certification to
John Durkee, Principal
Marcellus High School
1 Mustang Hill, Marcellus, NY 13108
Deadline is June 5, 2009. Application is on our
website: www.marcellusschools org
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ESTABLISHED GROWING
COMPANY HIRING
IMMEDIATELY!
Full Time Local Delivery Driver and
possible Warehouse Manager. Mon.-Fri.
7am-4:30pm some overtime. Willingness
to handle material is a must. Year round
employment. Wages DOE.
Fax resume to Hycourt Supply,
315-463-7927 or apply in person at
4040 New Court Ave., Syracuse, NY
Front
Desk Clerk
Looking for dependable, organized
individual with computer experience for pit
opening. Includes weekends and holidays.
Please apply in person
at the Best Western Tully Inn,
5779 Route 80, Tully, NY 13159 or send
resume to: PO Box 156 Tully, NY 13159
email: [email protected]
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Madison County Personnel Department
PO Box 636 • Wampsyille, NY 13163.
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It's in our
classifieds!
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26/MESSENGER, MAY
EAgELE
27, 2009
PtIllISIAP5K 5
EMPLOYMEN
EAOLE Classifieds
ATTENTION: ANYONE UNEMPLOYED
and SEARCHING FOR WORK!
Madison County Employment & Training is sponsoring
entry-level training programs with Morrisville State College.
All training will be at Morrisville State College and taught
by their instructors. Class schedule:
# Hours
Start
May 27, 2009
Schedule
9am-3:301.n M-F (6-wk)
Carpentry
180
June 1
9am- lpm, M-F (3-wk)
Plumbing
60
June 8
92m-2:30pm, M-F (4-wk)
Welding
100
July 6
Masonry &
180
9am-3:30, M-F (6-wk)
July 13
Foundations
All costs of the training are being covered by Madison County E & T.
You can sign up for more than one class if the schedule permits.
Hiring
MIDDLE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
HACKE 1 T MIDDE E. SCHOOL
help?
The City School District of Albany is seeking a dynamic leader with exceptional leadership and
managerial skills, as well as demonstrated success in working with urban children and youth.
Thousands of
readers turn to
our print and
online listings
each week!
Ms. Linda Jackson-Chalmers, Human Resources
City School District of Albany. Academy Park, Albany, NY 12207
rialto turnanresources0aibany.k12.ny Les
Telephone: 475 -6057
Fax: 475-6059 .
2 Ways To Sign Up
(1) If you are unemployed and working with staff at the Career Center,
call your staff person and tell them you want to sign up for this training.
(2) If you are unemployed and NOT working with staff at the Career
Center, call 363-2400 and ask to be scheduled to meet with a counselor
so you can sign up for the training.
Madison County Employment & Training
Madison County Career Center
1006 Oneida Plaza Dr • Oneida, NY • 363-2400
Qualifications, SAS or SDA NYS certification I Urban experience I Minimum of five years teaching experience.
Salary Range $103188- $126,542 commensurate with experience.
An application will be forwarded upon receipt of your letter of interest and resume.
Application closing date is June 19, 2009.
Meese send cow, Idler and resume to
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City Sdbxl Oise*: of Abney is an elltimethe actionfeepal wpm:Lazy employer, committed t o chenity el its workforce.
Call
'4344988
to place your
job openings
today!
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David A. Paterson, Governor
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
EIT,CTRICIANS
RECRUIT APPRENTICES
Syracuse, NY - The Electricians' JAC of Syracuse #43, will conduct a recruitment from April 8, 2009 through
March 10, 2010 for 25 electrician apprentices, State Labor Commissioner M. Patricia Smith announced today.
Applications can be obtained at the Electricians JAC #43, 4566-Waterhouse Row Clay, from 9 a.m. to 12
and 2 p.m. to 6 pm., the second Wednesday of the month during the recruitment period. Applications are also
available at vwfmcnyjaix_org.
The committee requires that applicants:
• Be 18 ye:ars of age.
• Must have a high school diploma or general equivalency diploma (GED).
Transcripts required at time of appointment
• Must have one year of Algebra, Math I or the first year of high school Regents Math.
• Must take an Aptitude Test.
• Must submit an attestation stating they are physically able to perform the
required work
• Must pass a drug test paid by sponsor at the time of appointment.
For further information, applicants should contact the New York State Department of Labor office located
nearest their home or the local at 315-546-0221.
Apprentice programs registered with the Department of Labor must meet standards established by the
Commissioner. Under state law, sponsors of programs cannot discriminate against applicants because of race,
creed, color, national origin, age, sex, disability or marital status. Women and minorities are encouraged to submit
applications for apprenticeship programs. Sponsors of programs are required to adopt affirmative action plans for
the recruitment of women and minorities.
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At Oswego Hospital, our people make up a skilled, compassionate, close-knit
team committed to caring for their neighbors and their community. As a
result, our staff members reap the rewards of on-going professional
growth and opportunity every day of. their career. We're currently seeking:
Home Health Aides & Patient Care Aides
If you're a nursing student that has completed the Fundamentals of
Nursing coursework, then you qualify for certification to become an HHA.
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Phone: 315-349-5553 • Fax: 315-349-5673
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Solvay Glass
Sa urn of Syracuse
Bill Rapp Superstore
Gryga, Lewis & Associates
Stickley
Radisson Development
Leo A. Kline
Spirits Tavern
Annesgrove
Fox Hill Homes
Testone, Marshall & Discenza CPAs
Northway Acres
Territory Mortgage
Fergerson Funeral Home
Lamacchia Honda
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530 Boats
01 GMC Jimmy 4x4
102,000 miles, tow package, power seat, windows,
door locks, CD, Digital outdoor temp. & compass, red
ex/grey int, alloy wheels.
$3990 call 633-2678.
04 Saturn Ion Black Auto
AC CD CC Sunroof runs
great 65K miles $5900 2433104
1985 Mercury Grand Marquis. 78,000 original miles.
$4000 315-697-7446.
2000 JAGUAR S-TYPE
78,500 miles. Silver/black
leather interior. Fully loaded. Well maintained. Includes 4 NEW Blizzak
snow tires. $13,500. Call
315-4137-7871.
2001 PONTIAC GRAND
PRIX GT 71K miles. Fully
loaded, leather, sunroof,
CD, comes with winter
rims & tires. Asking $6995
OBO. Call John 315-2549400.
2001SAAB SE Hatchback
Turbo. 4 door, 84K miles. 5
speed. Loaded. Silver,•
Great Condition. $5400. 315627-0169
2002 Oldsmobile Aurora,
6 Cylinder, 4 Door, Silver,
All power options, Leather
seats, moon roof, 43 K, Excellent Condition . $8,000
315-299-4771
2008 HYUNDAI ELANTRA GS - 18K miles, excellent condition. Cruise,
air, tilt, power windows.
Must Sell! Asking $9,000
15 Ft. Nissan Outboard w/
60 HP Motor & Trailer.
$1700 or Best Offer. 315655-9731
PRICE REDUCED! 1089
Imperial 22 1/2' I/O engine
with cuddy/trailer, well
maintained, excellent
shape, $3,000 or OB 8292800
1999 HOBIE CAT 18 with
wing seats & trailer. Great
Condition. Includes spare
parts & sail box. Stored
Winters. $4500 345-6004.
2004 CHAPARRAL SSI
210 Open bow, V8, Mercury
engine, extended swim platform, fully loaded, 68 hours.
Asking $25,000 OBO.
Please call 415-9369.
26 FT MERIT SAILBOAT
with trailer. Very good condition, full set of sails: Jib;
Genoa; Gennaker. Sleeps 4.
$18,500 685-3177.
RINKER Captiva '99 192
Mer-cruiser 6 cyl I/O. Excellent condition! 1 owner low hours. Trailer, skies,
vests & tube. $9,995 Call
559-0704;
LAWN TRACTOR/CUB
CADET 17hp. Originally
$5,999. Approx. 300 hrs on
clock. 50 inch mowers
deck. John Deere dump
trailer. Extra belts. Asking
$2, Call 315-25(k,1610.
Contact 682-1574.
2009 Hyundai Sonata GLS.
4 Door Sedan Loaded. Medium Blue Silver Color. 5700
Miles $14,500 Call 6223727.
Car for Sale. 1999 Chrysler
300M, fully loaded, heated
leather seats black, V6 Cilfinder, $69,664 miles. sales
price 5,000 (retail $7100).
please call Ms. Elzera
Young 315-474-1330
SELLING CAR COLLECTION 1974 Corvette- T-Top
4 speed, new tires. New
Complete motor/ have original motor, new interior ect
NADA $47,000 sell $22,500.
1992 Convertible camaro
RS. 25 anniversary (Red 1
of 100) Collector dream
$21,000. 1968 Firebird 4
speed 400 36,000 miles
$16,000. Call 264-4000.
520 Autos
Wanted
DONATE VEHICLE RECEIVE $1000 GROCERY
COUPON. NOAH'S ARC
SUPPORT NO KILL
SHELTERS, RESEARCH
TO.ADVANCE VETERINARY TREATMENTS
FREE TOWING, TAX DEDUCTIBLE, NON-RUNNERS ACCEPTED 1-866912-GIVE.
(NYSCAN)
JUNK CARS REMOVED
FREE. Cash paid for complete cars. $100-800. 315372-8016.
530 Boats
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'98 18.6. Boston Whaler
Unsinkable Accutrak hull
Watersports, fishing, safe
W/ trailer. $12,500 Call 8378789 today!
2003 HARLEY DAVIDSON FAT BOY - 100th Anniversary. 9900 miles,
$4500 worth of extras, Python III pipes, Stage H Engine upgrade. Front end
completely chromes. Garb.
$14,000. Call 655-3175.
HARLEY-DAVIDSON
SPORTSTER 1000 cc,
ironhead, bore kit, S&S
carb, electric start Custom
vermillion flip flop paint,
New drag bars, seat, forward controls, battery,
brakes, wheels, tires, too
much to list. Moving and
must sell $3,990. Auburn
(685) 354-1772.
2005 Arctic Cat 2570
728miles $3600. 2001 Arctic Cat ZR600 many extras
2360miles $3400. 2006 enclosed trailer $3000. Call
280-4113 after 5pm.
57(1€ RV's &
COMpers
1997 ROADTREK Self
contained Good shape. 16
mpg. Used for second car
Call to see after 7pm 6731642 Marcellus.
1977 WINNEBAGO 21 FT
Minniw VVinnNi RV Sleeps
6. Heat, Air, Stove, bath.
$3,000 315-458-9685.
1995 WINNEBAGO ADVENTURER 34 ft. motorhome. 55,000 miles. Queen
bed New tires on rear
New engine ra 28,000
miles. Good condition
Phone 807-334-2025
FOR SALE
it us
2005 Breckenridge Park
Model 2 bdrms, full size
kitched, bath, 3 slides, fully
furnished. Washer, dryer,
shed. Like new. In Florida
park w/ golf course, pool.
can be moved. Pictures
available. 762-2967.
97' Pace arrow 8 CYL. Ford
Class A. Chassis. V8 Engine 150 series F5S. New
tires, transmission &
breaks. Sleeps 6. $34,000
or best offer. odometer
reading 33312.3 31 5-6826848.
VAN/2001 FORD E250
137,000 miles, V6, interior
insulation package. 4 new
tires, less than 100 miles.
Runs excellent. Complete
service record available.
$4600 OBO. 315-673-1861.
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2002 Chevrolet Suburban
1500 Sport Utility
MUST SELL!
New transmission this year Runs Great!
Very Clean! This vehicle has been well maintained,
tires, brakes, spotless throughout, All records.
This is a MUST SEE!
Call Geoff
434-8889 ext. 309
6036 East Lake Road
Cazenowa, NY 13035
Repair, Restoration, and Service for
Vintage and Classic,
Import or Domestic Cars
2000 Polaris 340 Deluxe
Touring (2-up) in B'ville
Only 758 miles. Excellent
condition, always garaged.
$1,800. Call 427-7544.
580 Sport UN*,
1993 Ford Explorer Black, 2-door, 4-speed,
standard, 4.0 liter, 134,000
miles. Canadian car, cargo
cover, many new parts. 6976298.
2001 Jeep TJ Sport - both
hard & soft tops. 39,000
miles. Excellent condition.
$14,200 Call 655-3178
27, 2009/2 7
$6,000
or fair offer
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r01 Chrysler Town & Country LXI Ex. cond. LOADED!
112k, $5,995 or BO 4512420/447-9500
1992 FORD F150, 80,000
miles, new tires & front
brakes, 6 cylinder, 4 wheel
drive. By amt. 635-3457.
1995 MERCURY VILLAGER MINI-VAN 126,000
miles. Power windows,
Driver Seat, AM/FM Cassette. Nice Ride, Some rust
$1500 0130 Call 458-4710.
2000 Chevy Astro Van,
AWD, AC, Cruise, Roof
Rack, Running Board,
Great Shape, Highway
mileage 135,000; Asking
$5,500 Call 687-3009 after
6Prn
2000 GMC Sierra Extended Cab 4 door z71 "Off
Road" Package, 4WD, 5.3L
engine, Power windows &
Locks, Tow Package,
Newer Tires, New Brakes,
Power Drive Seat, CD
Player. 106k. Runs great!
$6,000 or best offer! Call
315-962-9801.
2002 Ford E150 Conversion Van. Triton V8, loaded. New brakes, tons of extras! Hwy mi. Very good
condition! Must see! For
sale or possible trade. - Brewerton. Call 678-1081.
2003 AWD CHEVY ASTRO, 94k miles, good condition, seats 8, dutch door,
convenience package, front
and rear AC/heat, new tires
& tow package in 2007, roof
rack Awesome in snow!
$6250/80 For info call 315440-8989 or email hazergabcnysorg
2004 CHRYSLER TOWN
& COUNTRY Gold, leather
interior, 5 door, PW, PL,
sunroof, DVD 430-5478.
2006 TOYOTA TUNDRA
SRS Alum pipe rack 68K
miles $13,500 436-0323
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Chart mini / Sidroom house. Storage,
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