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Project CAFÉ thanks United Community Chest

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: Project CAFE would like to extend its sincere gratitude to the United Community Chest and all of their donors for their generous support this spring.

Thanks from the senior After Ball committee

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: The Cazenovia High School Senior After Ball Committee greatly appreciates the many people who made this year’s After Ball Party a great success.

Thanks for a successful Father Daughter Dance

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: On Friday, June 5, many had a wonderful evening, filled with laughter and love at the Father Daughter Dance, sponsored by the Cazenovia Community Preschool. We are so grateful for the support of all the dads who set aside a few hours for their girls.

LCH thanks community for successful Landowner’s Party

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: As a master of foxhounds of the Limestone Creek Hunt, I want to publicly thank the community and especially our hosts, the Coughlin family of Crosswinds Farm, for producing another wonderful Limestone Creek Hunt Landowner’s Party on June 6. This event recognizes the contributions of the landowners who allow LCH to traverse their lands and to continue our 76-year-old tradition of mounted foxhunting (actually “fox viewing”) in Central New York. Without the support of landowners this tradition would not be able to continue.

Thanks from the Class of 2017

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: Cazenovia High School’s Class of 2017 would like to send a warm thank you to the Community and to the Cazenovia Volunteer Fire Dept. for their participation in the Color Run event Sunday, June 7.

Understanding the 2015 village budget

GUEST COLUMN

The village board has had inquiries about this year’s budget, tax rate and overall levy. Our goal is always absolute transparency and effective communication with the public we serve, so this column is intended to explain the 2015 process and final outcome.

Graduation, summer parties... What could possibly go wrong?

GUEST COLUMN

Graduation day June 2006 was truly a time for celebration for both parents and daughter. It represented a significant, hopeful and joyful milestone, marking the beginning of adulthood. On that joyful day in June 2006, could we possibly imagine it would all end in tragedy seven years later … as a victim of a drunk driver?

Mayor urges village residents to vote June 16

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Dear village of Cazenovia residents Please take time to vote in the village elections on June 16. Even though my colleagues on the board, Amy Mann and Fritz Koennecke, and I are unopposed, your affirmation and participation in the democratic process will be greatly appreciated.

Koennecke encourages residents to vote in June 16 village election

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the citizens of the Village of Cazenovia: I am running for a second term on the village board and I’d like to encourage everyone to get out and vote on June 16. While the election this year is uncontested, your vote demonstrates support for how you think the village is being led.

Thanks to Tom Neidl for his coaching career

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: Our varsity football coach, Tom Neidl, has retired after a 35-year coaching career. During his tenure, he and the team have accomplished a record of 178–55–1 with 13 division titles, seven sectional titles, and the 1996 regional championship. They have certainly made our fall weekends a lot of fun.

Bradstreet thanks election supporters

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the newest members of the Cazenovia School Board: Congratulations to all of the newly elected members to the board as well as congratulations to the community for continued success.

Album review: Twenty One Pilots – A change in sound, but for the better

Just in time for summer, Twenty One Pilots released “Blurryface,” a fun, upbeat and easy listening album comprised of 14 songs with relatable and comical lyrics that are accompanied by mainly percussion and guitar instrumentals.

Nothing less than propaganda: A response to last week’s letter to the editor

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: Pat Carmeli in her Letter to the Editor (May 20, 2105 Republican) says she stands for “more educated discussions” on the Arab-Israeli conflict. But the words she chooses belies her claim to be “an activist for peace and justice.” She is nothing of the sort. As I've demonstrated previously (see my letter in the May 21, 2014 Republican), she is a propagandist for the Arab cause — nothing less, and certainly nothing more.

Let’s debate both sides of the Arab-Israeli conflict

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: I'd like to thank my neighbors who showed up to hear the presentation by Alison Weir, founder of If Americans Knew, an organization dedicated to peace with justice and an end to Palestinian oppression and US complicity in it through our support of Israel.

Thank you from Barclay Talbot’s parents

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: Barclay’s ski accident happened on Feb. 11. We started to build Barclay’s support team the next day. It has been incredible seeing how many people and in how many different ways the support has come for our son (and us).

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