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Erieville United Methodist Church not facing closure

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: Recently, there have been rumors that the Erieville United Methodist Church is facing closure. Although we are currently small in number, we want to let you know that there is a dedicated core of members that are working to revive our church under new leadership.

Thanks for Barclay Talbot fundraiser support

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: On behalf of the Cazenovia Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team, we wish to thank the Cazenovia community for its enthusiastic support of the Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser for Barclay Talbot, held on Sunday, March 22, at St. James Catholic Church. In addition to the spaghetti dinner, the benefit included many wonderful raffle prizes and a bake sale.

Thanks to community for support of St. Baldrick’s fundraiser

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: It is with full hearts that we, the organizers of St. Baldrick’s Cazenovia, are proud to say thank you to our community, volunteers and shavees for the tremendous outpouring of support for this year’s event.

Dismayed by dire budget situation of Cazenovia district

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: As a former student of the Cazenovia school district, where I was a student from kindergarten through my senior year, it is only after a substantial time away that I realize just how fortunate I was to enjoy an education of the quality I received there. One could easily spend an entire editorial on the excellent faculty alone: more than a few figures from Cazenovia High have provided guidance that remains pertinent on a daily basis even now.

Kudos on the Robert Dubik Scholarship Fund dinner

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: Kudos to Chef Callahan Judge and all the Judge family along with Dave's Diner for the wonderful Robert Dubik scholarship fund dinner.

Trout Unlimited is protecting your local stream

GUEST COLUMN

The Madison County Trout Unlimited Chapter 680 will begin monitoring Chittenango creek starting in March. A program instituted at the national level encourages chapters to be proactive on tracking changes in local streams. Much concern for the streams began when hydrofracking became more prevalent throughout the country. Other possible contamination sources are industrial, agricultural or unforeseen random events.

Thanks to John P. Kennedy for his reminiscences of Cazenovia

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: I would like to thank John P. Kennedy for writing the article of reminiscences of Cazenovia.

CCP thanks community for Gala support

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: Cazenovia Community Preschool, its board of directors and 2015 planning committee would like to express heartfelt thanks to the community for supporting the second annual Gala at Lincklaen, held Friday, March 6. Once again the event was sold out and proved to be a night to remember.

Congratulations to students on a great musical production

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed the High School Drama Club's production of “Singin’ in the Rain.” Our congratulations to all the students, their teachers, and their parents — all of whom obviously devoted long hours to preparing this marvelous performance.

What a show!

Editorial

Last weekend’s high school drama club production of “Singin’ in the Rain” was an amazing production of great acting, well-executed singing and dancing and impressive live orchestral accompaniment. All the performers in the show, musicians in the pit, stage and production crews and production staff deserve the standing ovation they received Saturday night, and can be rightly proud of an impressive accomplishment.

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Reminiscences of Cazenovia: Life in the 50s and 60s – Part 2 of 2

At the east side of the north block of downtown Cazenovia in the 50s and 60s was Mulligan’s Imported Woolens. Mulligan’s had a high stamped tin ceiling and shelf after shelf of fine sweaters and scarves. Ed Daley worked there for years. It is still going. The place has not changed much in more than 100 years.

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Think it’s cold now? Dave Shephard can tell you a story about February 1934

If you mentioned to Cazenovia resident David Shephard how cold it was at the start of this past February, he will point out that the start of February 1934 was even colder. In fact, the first two weeks of February 1934 were colder than 2015. Dave won't tell you this because he remembers that February, but it was a pretty important time in his life, nonetheless.

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Reminiscences of Cazenovia: Life in the 50s and 60s – Part 1

GUEST COLUMN

Cazenovia in the 1950s and 60s was a wonderland for kids. Its rich environment surely made it one of the best places in the country to spend your childhood.

Cook family thanks community for its support

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Dear Cazenovia community: It has taken me a while to write this note of thanks to all of you who have been so supportive of our journey from Oct. 4, 2014, through now. As most of you know, that is the date my soul mate of more than 50 years was diagnosed with terminal cancer and passed from this life to his eternal home on Dec. 10, 2014.

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From the Perrson family: Every adventure has an end

Every adventure has an end; it is time for us to move back to Sweden. We came to the U.S. and Cazenovia in October 2012 from Sweden on a two-year expat contract due to Saab’s acquisition of Sensis. The fact that we ended up in Cazenovia was a coincidence, and through pure luck we found a house to rent.

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