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CANASTOTA: Nice & Easy, SAVE ON Near Thruway, DUNKIN DONUTS, Red Apple
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CORTLAND: Friendly’s, P&C Fresh,
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DeRUYTER: Countryside Hardware,
DeRuyter Farm & Garden Coop, Quincy
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EATON: Post Office Pick Up Box
FABIUS: Anna’s Country Store
FENNER: Troyer’s Country Store
GEORGETOWN: Predmore’s Store,
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MANLIUS: Dunkin Donuts, A Plus, Brugger’s
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POMPEY: Kellish Tire & Auto Inside, Pompey
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SOLSVILLE: Solsville Hotel
SOUTH OTSELIC: South Otselic Store
TRUXTON: Cosmic BBQ, Across From
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SUN., JAN. 11, 2 PM: THE VILLAGE OF CLINTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY WELCOMES MADISON COUNTY HISTORIAN
MATTHEW URTZ TO SPEAK ON THE HISTORY AND RE-DEVELOPMENT OF HOPS. Urtz will give a brief history of how hops
first became a cash crop, the reasons it disappeared and how its
re-emergence occurred. Images and stories from a number of
sources will be utilized. There is no charge for this event. For more
information please visit http://www.clintonhistory.org/.
FRI., JAN. 9, 5:00 p.m.: Fish Fry Dinner, Delphi Falls United
Church at the Parish House in Beautiful Downtown Delphi Falls.
Fresh Deep Fried Haddock, Fresh Homemade Coleslaw, Special
French Fries and a roll.
DELPHI FALLS UNITED CHURCH
FISH FRY DINNER
FRI., Jan 9, 5:00 p.m.
At the Parish House in Beautiful Downtown Delphi Falls
Fresh Deep Fried Haddock, Fresh Homemade
Coleslaw, Special French Fries & A Roll
You May Eat In The Parish Hall Or Take Your Dinner Home.
SUN., JAN. 11, 8-12 noon: Pancake Breakfast, Apulia Fire Company,
Rt. 80, Apulia Station, NY between Tully and Fabius. All you can eat.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 11,1-4 pm the Chittenango Landing Canal
Boat Museum will host a Genealogy Workshop with Pamela Vittorio. Vittorio will show attendees prominent websites to use, how to
search and more. For more information please visit www.clcbm.org.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 2 pm the Village of Clinton Historical Society
welcomes Madison County Historian Matthew Urtz to speak on the
history and re-development of hops. Urtz will give a brief history
of how hops first became a cash crop, the reasons it disappeared
and how its re-emergence occurred. Images and stories from a
number of sources will be utilized. There is no charge for this event.
For more information please visit http://www.clintonhistory.org/.
TUES., JAN. 13, 7 PM: The DeRuyter Firemen’s Auxiliary will meet
at the firehouse.
FRI., JAN. 16, 5-8 P.M.: SPAGHETTI DINNER, DERUYTER
AMERICAN LEGION
FRI., JAN. 16, 5:00 P.M.: FISH FRY DINNER, DELPHI FALLS
UNITED CHURCH at the Parish House in Beautiful Downtown
Delphi Falls. Fresh Deep Fried Haddock, Fresh Homemade Coleslaw, Special French Fries and a roll.
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SUN., FEB. 1, 7-11 AM: DERUYTER’S WOODFORD/BURDICK
AMERICAN LEGION & AUXILIARY PANCAKE BREAKFAST.
BACON IS BACK!!! We want to welcome back all of you who have
supported us over the years to once again join us for our mouth
watering pancakes, French toast, sausage, eggs, biscuits & gravy
and of course plenty of hot coffee. Without faithful patrons such
as yourselves we wouldn’t be able to keep the American Legion
open, so again we send a big “Thank You” out to you.
MON., FEB. 2, 7 P.M.: CAZENOVIA AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY will meet at Post 88 on Chenango St.
FRI., FEB. 6, 5:00 p.m.: Fish Fry Dinner, Delphi Falls United
Church at the Parish House in Beautiful Downtown Delphi Falls.
Fresh Deep Fried Haddock, Fresh Homemade Coleslaw, Special
French Fries and a roll.
Apulia Fire Company
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PANCAKE BREAKFAST
Sun., Jan. 11, 8 -12 NOON
All You Can Eat: French Toast, Pancakes,
Eggs, Coffee, Sausage Gravy & Biscuits,
Orange Juice, Toast, Milk, Tea and more.
Adults $8.00, Children $5.00 Under 5 FREE
Senior Citizen $6.00. We have family rates.
SAT., FEB. 7, 1 P.M.: THE AREA WIDOW’S BEREAVEMENT
SUPPORT GROUP will meet at St. Joan’s Church in Morrisville.
All women who have experienced the death of their spouse are
invited to share in the comfort, encouragement and hope with the
other women who have had some of the same experiences. For
further information, call Midge 684-3615.
SAT., FEB. 7, 7:00-12:00 noon: Annual 2015 Winter Festival Pancake Breakfast, Cazenovia American Legion Post 88, Chenango St.,
Cazenovia. Come have a hearty breakfast and enjoy the festival.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2 pm the Village of Clinton Historical
Society welcomes author Susan Goodier who will present “No Votes
for Women.” Local author Susan Goodier will talk about her new
book No Votes for Women which explores the complicated history
of the suffrage movement in New York State by delving into the
stories of women who opposed the expansion of voting rights for
women. Books will be available for purchase and signing at the end
of the talk. For more information please visit www.clintonhistory.org.
SUN., JAN 18, 7:30-11:30 A.M.: PANCAKE BREAKFAST, sponsored by Delpi Falls Fire Dept.
FRI., JAN. 23, 5:00 p.m.: Fish Fry Dinner, Delphi Falls United
Church at the Parish House in Beautiful Downtown Delphi Falls.
Fresh Deep Fried Haddock, Fresh Homemade Coleslaw, Special
French Fries and a roll.
Friday, JAN 16, 5-8 PM
- American Legion Hall, DeRuyter -
Sponsored By The Woodford/Burdick American Legion Post #894
We thank you again in advance for your continued support of The American Legion.
SUN., JAN. 25, 7:30-12:30 P.M.: PANCAKE BREAKFAST,
Pompey Hill Fire Department, 7407 Academy St., Pompey, NY. All
you can eat - pancakes including blueberry, French Toast, eggs,
sausage, ham, home fries, sausage gravy and biscuits, toast, fruit
cup, coffee, juice and milk.
SUN., JAN. 25, 8:00-noon: Pancake Breakfast including pancakes,
french toast, eggs, sausage, home fries, sausage gravy, coffee and
juice All you can eat. VFW POST 1955, Rte. 11 South, Lafayette, NY.
MONDAY, JANUARY 26,7 pm the Canastota Public Library and the
Canastota Canal Town Museum partner for their “Canalside Chats.”
This month will feature Rick Stevens of Zems Ice Cream and Joe
DiGiorgio of the Canal Town Museum presenting “ICE CREAM.”
The two will present the history of ice cream making, local business
of the past and the business of Zems. The presentation will end
with an ice cream social. For more information please visit www.
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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 12:30 to 3:30 pm the Chittenango
Landing Canal Boat Museum will host their Annual Bowling Bash
at a site TBD. More information to come.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 7 pm the Canastota Public Library and the
Canastota Canal Town Museum partner for their “Canalside Chats.”
This month will feature Joe DiGiorgio of the Canal Town Museum
presenting “Moving & Still images at the turn of the 19th Century.”
The talk will present the history of the biograph, and feature local
photographs from the area dating from the 1860’s-1910. For more
information please visit www.canal-town.com.
FRI., FEB. 27, 5:00 p.m.: Fish Fry Dinner, Delphi Falls United
Church at the Parish House in Beautiful Downtown Delphi Falls.
Fresh Deep Fried Haddock, Fresh Homemade Coleslaw, Special
French Fries and a roll.
SUN., MAR. 1, 7-11 AM: DERUYTER’S WOODFORD/BURDICK
AMERICAN LEGION & AUXILIARY PANCAKE BREAKFAST.
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supported us over the years to once again join us for our mouth
watering pancakes, French toast, sausage, eggs, biscuits & gravy
and of course plenty of hot coffee. Without faithful patrons such
as yourselves we wouldn’t be able to keep the American Legion
open, so again we send a big “Thank You” out to you.
MON. MARCH 2.: NO MEETING - CAZENOVIA AMERICAN
LEGION AUXILIARY Post 88 on Chenango St.
FRI., MAR. 6, 5:00 p.m.: Fish Fry Dinner, Delphi Falls United
Church at the Parish House in Beautiful Downtown Delphi Falls.
Fresh Deep Fried Haddock, Fresh Homemade Coleslaw, Special
French Fries and a roll.
SAT., MAR. 7, 1 P.M.: THE AREA WIDOW’S BEREAVEMENT
SUPPORT GROUP will meet at St. Joan’s Church in Morrisville.
All women who have experienced the death of their spouse are
invited to share in the comfort, encouragement and hope with the
other women who have had some of the same experiences. For
further information, call Midge 684-3615.
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FRI., JAN. 30, 5:00 p.m.: Fish Fry Dinner, Delphi Falls United
Church at the Parish House in Beautiful Downtown Delphi Falls.
Fresh Deep Fried Haddock, Fresh Homemade Coleslaw, Special
French Fries and a roll.
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FRI., FEB. 13, 5:00 p.m.: Fish Fry Dinner, Delphi Falls United
Church at the Parish House in Beautiful Downtown Delphi Falls.
Fresh Deep Fried Haddock, Fresh Homemade Coleslaw, Special
French Fries and a roll.
SUN., FEB. 15, 7:30-11:30 A.M.: PANCAKE BREAKFAST, SPONSORED BY DELPI FALLS FIRE DEPT.
FRI., MAR. 13, 5:00 p.m.: Fish Fry Dinner, Delphi Falls United
Church at the Parish House in Beautiful Downtown Delphi Falls.
Fresh Deep Fried Haddock, Fresh Homemade Coleslaw, Special
French Fries and a roll.
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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2 pm the Chittenango Landing Canal
Boat Museum will host a Family Film Day screening the 1940 film
“Chad Hanna.” The film tells the story of Chad Hanna a country
boy working along the canal in Canastota who joins a traveling
circus. More information to come.
SUN., MAR. 15, 7:30-11:30 A.M.: PANCAKE BREAKFAST, sponsored by Delpi Falls Fire Dept.
FRI., FEB. 20, 5:00 p.m.: Fish Fry Dinner, Delphi Falls United
Church at the Parish House in Beautiful Downtown Delphi Falls.
Fresh Deep Fried Haddock, Fresh Homemade Coleslaw, Special
French Fries and a roll.
FRI., MAR. 20, 5:00 p.m.: Fish Fry Dinner, Delphi Falls United
Church at the Parish House in Beautiful Downtown Delphi Falls.
Fresh Deep Fried Haddock, Fresh Homemade Coleslaw, Special
French Fries and a roll.
SUN., FEB. 22, 7:30-12:30 P.M.: PANCAKE BREAKFAST,
Pompey Hill Fire Department, 7407 Academy St., Pompey, NY. All
you can eat - pancakes including blueberry, French Toast, eggs,
sausage, ham, home fries, sausage gravy and biscuits, toast, fruit
cup, coffee, juice and milk.
SUN., MAR. 22, 7:30-12:30 P.M.: PANCAKE BREAKFAST,
Pompey Hill Fire Department, 7407 Academy St., Pompey, NY. All
you can eat - pancakes including blueberry, French Toast, eggs,
sausage, ham, home fries, sausage gravy and biscuits, toast, fruit
cup, coffee, juice and milk.
SUN., FEB. 22, 8:00-noon: Pancake Breakfast including pancakes,
french toast, eggs, sausage, home fries, sausage gravy, coffee and
juice All you can eat. VFW POST 1955, Rte. 11 South, Lafayette, NY.
SUN., MAR. 22, 8:00-noon: Pancake Breakfast including pancakes,
french toast, eggs, sausage, home fries, sausage gravy, coffee and
juice All you can eat. VFW POST 1955, Rte. 11 South, Lafayette, NY.
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FRI., MAR. 27, 5:00 p.m.: Fish Fry Dinner, Delphi Falls United
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Fresh Deep Fried Haddock, Fresh Homemade Coleslaw, Special
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50 Main Street, Morrisville,
New York 13408. The Board
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COLLECTOR”S NOTICE:
Notice is hereby given that I have
received the tax roll and warrant
for the collection of taxes for the
year. Taxes may be paid without
interest through February 2,
2015. Beginning February 3,
2015, a 1% interest rate for
each month will be added until
the collector returns the unpaid
taxes to the County Treasurer’s
Office by June 2, 2015, pursuant
to law, after which a fee of 5% is
added plus interest from June 2
to the date paid. The Lincklaen
Town Clerk’s office hours are:
Monday and Tuesday 8-Noon,
Thursday Eve 2:30-6:30 pm and
during January and February
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TOWN OF GEORGETOWN:
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Board will be held on January
6, 2015 at 10:30am in the Town
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organizational meeting on the
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Village Apt. 2 bedroom, kitchen
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porch and rear deck, yard and
off street parking, no pets,
$490.00 per month plus utilities,
security, references, call 315263-7385. (j5-c)
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FOR RENT: Cazenovia Village
Apt. 2 Bedroom, kitchen, living
rm, bath, front porch, no
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parking, no pets. $575 per
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references, call 655-8439 or
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secretarial work. Office located
only 25 feet from the apartment.
Applicant responsible for their
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FOR RENT: 5 bedroom, 2 bath
house in excellent condition.
12,000 sq. ft. of greenhouses.
6.9 acres set up for annuals,
perennials and more. Active
retail sales next to US Route 20.
Also available - 4 bdrm. house
on adjoining lot 315-655-3500,
[email protected]
net. (j30-c)
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watching. If the snow gets
much worse, I might let him
inside the house.
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One day my wife’s credit card
got stolen.. what a relief it was to find
Following
that the thief spends less than my wife!
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Marriage is the bond between a person who
never remembers anniversaries and another who
never forgets them.
USED SNOWBLOWER
The most important four words for a successful
marriage: ‘I’ll do the dishes.’
Moyer's Sales & Service, Inc.
My wife dresses to kill. She cooks the same way.
26" MTD snowblower 8.5hp $325
(315) 852-3367 - 1686 Tallet Road, DeRuyter
1/2 mile from Morrisville in a
beautiful tranquil setting. $950
a month. No smoking or pets.
655-0346. (d22-2)
FURNISHED HOUSE
OFFICE SPACE
FOR RENT: 400 sq. ft. office
/ retail / apartment building
located on Cherry St. in Pompey
, NY, next to Hilltop Pizza & Ice
Cream. $750.00 per month.
heat/plowing/ mowing included!
A great opportunity! For more
info call 315-560-5060 (n17-7)
ROOM
FARM
WHEAT STRAW
FOR SALE: Clean wheat straw,
square bales. Delivery available.
655-2351. (o27-c)
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•Clean
Out Basements,
CLEAN
OUTS,Attics,
Sheds, Houses & More
TREE
SERVICE,
•Take
Down
Pools, Fences,
Garages, Sheds, etc,
& TEAR
DOWNS
•Same
Day Service
- MC/Visa
HAY
CAZCARES provides food and
clothing to families in need.
Families must complete a simple intake form to determine
eligibility. Hours of Operation
are Mondays, Tuesdays, and
Thursdays from 9:30 am to 12,
or by appointment (655-3174).
CazCares is located at 101
Nelson St. in Cazenovia, behind
McDonald’s.
THE CORTLAND COUNTY
HELPING HANDS FOOD
PANTRY, located at the Truxton
United Methodist Church basement is open to anyone in need
on Tuesdays, Wednesdays &
Thursdays 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
Canned food donations are also
accepted at that location at the
same times.
WORN AGAIN THRIFT SHOP
- Good clothing for the whole
family. Now located at 100 Utica
St., Hamilton, NY, INSIDE the
new Parry’s store. Hours - Tues.,
Thurs., and Sat. 10-4.
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The average woman would rather have beauty than brains,
because the average man can see better than he can think.
Behind every successful man is a surprised woman.
The best advise I have for all my teachers during a test is to
pass the test out as fast as possible before I forget everything.
The best advise I have for all my teachers during a test is to
pass the test out as fast as possible before I forget everything.
Silence is golden. Too bad nobody is buying.
Never go to a doctor whose office plants have died.
Buyea’s
True Value
Hardware
O FULL PAINT LINE O WATER HEATERS
O PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
O BLUE SEAL FEED O STOVE PIPE
O HAND & POWER TOOLS
O APPLIANCES
O PUBLIC
FAX SERVICE
__________________________
Store Hours
Mon.-Thurs. 8-6
Fri. & Sat. 8-6
Sun. 8-4
131 Albany St.
Cazenovia
655-3822
Hi, Neighbor Pennysaver, Cazenovia, NY, January 5, 2015 -3-
Find Us At Over 100 Store Drop Locations, In Your Rural Delivery Mail Boxes and Online At www.HiNeighbor.net
A & R TIRE SERVICE CENTER
33 West Main (Route 20) Morrisville
315-684-7849
• TIRES
• BRAKES • EXHAUST • OIL CHANGES
• NYS INSPECTIONS
Winter will be here before you know it!
(Most stock is only a day away)
Monday-Friday 8-5; Saturday 8-12
Aaron Dooley - Owner
3rd Tues. of the month at the
DeRuyter Library, Seminary St.
Project coordinator Rose Lallier
3125-852-6079. (s29-c)
CHURCH NEWS
“LOVE HAS A NAME - JESUS.
LOVE HAS A PLACE OUR
HEARTS.” The Cuyler U.M.
Church seeks to share His love
11 AM Sunday worship-Nelson
Stafford 6 PM .Sun. Youth
Group, 6-12 grades Friday After
school Program, “PUMAS”,
3:15-5 :15 PM, at Church, K-6
Christmas Eve Service, 8:00
Church Parish House, 12½
Madison Street, Hamilton. For
information, call 824-0965.
(a18-c)
FREE ADULT TUTORING
P R O V I D E D AT T H E
DERUYTER FREE LIBRARY.
Call 852-6262 to set up an
appointment. (a15-c)
DON’T LET YOUR USED
INK & TONER CARTRIDGES
CONTRIBUTE TO THE 300
MILLION THAT END UP IN
LANDFILLS EACH YEAR.
SALVATORE F. LANZA, ESQ.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
5333 Midlum Road, Cuyler, N.Y.
Phone 607-842-6888 office
315-427-5940 cell
email:- [email protected]
GOODS FOR SALE
BECAUSE OF OUR
NEW PRODUCTION SCHEDULE
OUR ABSOLUTE DROP DEAD
DEADLINE IS NOW
THURSDAY AT NOON
Anything received after that
will NOT make that Week’s Issue
_______________________________
FIREWOOD
SEASONED FIREWOOD pickup or delivery. 315-7500079. (s23-c)
FIREWOOD: $65 face cord
delivered. Also we take HEAP
orders. Mixed hard woods. Call
Donald 315-837-4362. (a5-c)
HEATING FUEL
FUEL OIL - KEROSENE DIESEL FUEL - PROPANE:
Automatic degree day delivery,
quantity discounts. GRIFFITH
ENERGY, A Superior Plus
Company. 337-5540. (n12-c)
INDOOR WINTER MARKET
INDOOR WINTER MARKET,
Rte. 20 in Morrisville at Madison
Hall. 1st Saturday of Nov.-April.
9 a.m.-1 p.m. Come support
our local farmers, producers,
bakers and crafters. (o20-16)
COMMUNITY
EVENTS/NOTICES
Agricultural • Residential • Commercial • Industrial
LIGHTNING PROTECTION
SYSTEMS INSTALLED & REPAIRED
Serving Central NY 30 Years - Service Provided Year Round
Call or write WEBB PROFESSIONALS
P.O. Box 553, Oneida, NY 13421 - 315-363-8660
FOR SALE: Seasoned firewood,
$75 face cord plus delivery.
Ralph Colvin 684-7191, 315447-1878. (d22-2)
FOR SALE: 18” firewood,
seasoned a year and a half.
$65 face cord plus delivery.
655-9688, 655-9262 leave
message. (d22-2)
GUNS
FURNITURE
DEER PROCESSING
VINYL REPLACEMENT WINDOWS
$225.00 Installed. Lifetime
w a r r a n t y. E n e r g y S t a r
approved. Emerson Exteriors
and Remodeling. (315) 6965730 (a7-c)
BECAUSE OF OUR
NEW PRODUCTION SCHEDULE
OUR ABSOLUTE DROP DEAD
DEADLINE IS NOW
THURSDAY AT NOON
Anything received after that
will NOT make that Week’s Issue
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KNOTS OF LOVE
KNOTS OF LOVE CROCHET
KNIT GROUP “will meet only”
once a month at L. Whitmarsh
home, 1641 Seminary Street
the 2nd Tuesday of the month.
We make hats, scarves, lapa-ghans for residents of the
Oxford Veterans Home. Our
motto “give back to those who
gave so much for our freedom”
Project Coordinator, Rose
Wood-Lallier 315-852-6079.
Knots of Love Crochet Knit
Group “by request” will start
a afternoon class 1-3 p.m. the
Beautiful
& Practical...
CHERRY
KITCHEN
Ample cabinet
& shelf space, while
providing a homey,
warm atmosphere!
PM Direct questions to Janet,
607 842-6501 (d8-c)
FIRE DEPT. NEWS
ATTENTION: The DeRuyter
Firemen’s Auxiliary will meet
Tuesday, January 13th at 7:00
PM at the firehouse. (j5-1)
VETERANS SERVICE
AGENCY: A representative from
the Madison County Veterans
Service Agency will be available
on the third Wednesday of
each month at the Town of
Eaton Office Building, 35
Cedar Street in the Village of
Morrisville. Information and
benefit counseling will be
available regarding federal,
state and local veterans
benefits, some of which include:
Service-Connected Disability
Compensation, Non-Service
Connected Disability Pension,
Vocational Rehabilitation &
Education Benefits,Survivor
Benefits, Military Records,
Military Medals & Awards, VA
Healthcare, VA Home Loan
-4- Hi, Neighbor Pennysaver, Cazenovia, NY, January 5, 2015
INDOOR WINTER MARKET
INDOOR WINTER MARKET,
Rte. 20 in Morrisville at Madison
Hall. 1st Saturday of Nov.-April.
2766 Evans Road
Eaton, NY 13334
Business Hours:
M-F 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sat. 8 a.m. - NOON
Light Mechanical Work
•Brakes •Wheel Bearings
•Rotors. etc. - By Appt. Only
CALL FOR YOUR QUOTE 315-684-9374
Guarantee, Veterans Property
Tax Exemption,Return The
FAVOR Veterans Discount
Program,Appointments are
recommended, however walkins will be accepted between
9:30 am - 3:30 pm (office closed
from NOON -1 pm for lunch).
The representative will only be
at the Morrisville location on the
third Wednesday of each month.
Please contact the Wampsville
office for appointments or
to determine which location
can best serve your needs.
Madison County Veterans
Service Agency, 138 N. Court
St., P.O. Box 546, Wampsville,
NY 13163, (315) 366-2395.
9 a.m.-1 p.m. Come support
our local farmers, producers,
bakers and crafters. (o20-16)
TOPS CLUB: (Take Off Pounds
Sensibly): Wednesdays, 5:30
to 6 p.m. weigh ins, 6 p.m.
meeting, St. Thomas Episcopal
Reach 40,000+ people in central
New York in the Hi, Neighbor.
Stop in, mail, call in, email or
place online your classified or
SERVICES
- FOR HIRE BECAUSE OF OUR
NEW PRODUCTION SCHEDULE
OUR ABSOLUTE DROP DEAD
DEADLINE IS NOW
THURSDAY AT NOON
Anything received after that
will NOT make that Week’s Issue
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ADVERTISING
POURED CONCRETE WALLS
DEMOLITION - HOUSE JACKING - WATERPROOFING
EN
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FOUNDATIONS INSTALLED: Poured walls, ICF, Blocks,
Repair Bowed/Cracked Walls / Resurfacing
EXCAVATION: Backhoe / Loader / Dozer / Trackhoe
Skidsteer / Septics Installed / Repaired / 70’ Crane Service
OUNDATION
General Construction
RF
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FREE ESTIMATES
Call Bob Barrows
315-440-2762
.
Open:
M–F 9–5; Sat 9–2
CRIS-CAT OFFERS FREE
T R A N S P O R TAT I O N f o r
Cazenovia, Fenner & Nelson
residents over 55 and
ambulatory. Call 655-0612.
(Call between 7 am to 6 pm,
3 to 5 days in advance) (j19-c)
Think Snow Tires
•Passenger Car
•Light Truck
•Commercial Truck
nc
2509 Perry Shumaker Road, Munnsville, NY
(315) 843–4234 • 1–800–843–3202
COMMUNITY RESOURCES
FORINDEPENDENTSENIORS
Questions, comments or ideas
about services for older adults
in the Cazenovia, Nelson and
Fenner, NY areas? Call CRIS
at 655-5743. www.callcris.org,
email: [email protected]
TIRE REPAIR SALES & SERVICE
Vanities | Kitchens | Furniture
Handcrafted Cabinetry
Built to Fit Your Home!
Drop them off at the TOWN
OF CAZENOVIA OFFICE,
7 Albany Street, Cazenovia
to be recycled. The rules are
easy! We accept any quantity
and brand of ink and toner
cartridges. Cartridges from
copiers, too! (a1-c)
EMAIL: [email protected]
ORAN MILLING L.L.C.
Native Roughcut Lumber
Est. 1985
• Hemlock, Pine, White Oak CUT TO ORDER
• Fencing • Siding • Pole Barns • Sheds • Beams
• Sawdust • Custom Cut Lumber
___________________________________________
For Orders: 682-8795 or [email protected]
Website: oranmillingllc.com
7885 Rte. 20, Manlius, NY
Hours: Mon. - Fri. 8 am - 5 pm, Sat. 8 am -12 Noon
display ad. Quantity discounts
apply.www,hineighbor.net, email
- [email protected],net,
315-655-9431 or 9 Albany
Steet, Suite 1D (Around back),
Cazenovia, NY 13035 (d8-c)
REWARD
SNOW PLOWING
SNOW PLOWING. Reasonable
rates, any area. Call Dennis
440-9269 (o6-13)
TREE WORK / STUMP GRINDING
AFFORDABLE TREE WORK
/ STUMP GRINDING !
TAKEDOWNS / TRIMMING /
REMOVALS - 60 ft bucket truck
/ boom service( tree decorating
/fully insured / fast and friendly
since 1986! Brian Harrison inc
Manlius New York 315-6779348 (n17-7)
SEPTIC TANK PUMPING
JOHN’S MOBILE HOME
Parts & Accessories
• Carpet & Vinyl Flooring
• Doors • Windows • Skirting
• Hot Water Heaters • Furnaces
• Tubs • Showers • Sinks
• Hardware • Plumbing • Electrical
• Lots Of In-Stock Items
Anything and Everything
You Would Need For Your Mobile Home!
SKYLINE DRIVE, ORISKANY FALLS • 315-821-6159
Wed., Thurs., Fri. 9-5, Sat. 9-3, Closed Sun., Mon., Tues.
SMALL ENGINE REPAIR
CHAINSAWS - Sharpened,
cut to size for chainsaw chains
at Moyer’s Sales and Service.
852-3367. (f8-c)
37+ YEARS EXPERIENCE in
small engine power equipment,
over 22,000 parts in stock. State
of the Art Shop - Moyer’s Sales.
852-3367. (o3c)
C R A F T S M A N L AW N &
GARDEN PARTS & SERVICE
available at Moyer’s Sales &
Service, DeRuyter. 852-3367.
(a18-c)
SEPTIC
TA N K S
&
CESSPOOLS PUMPED AND
CLEANED. Prompt, reliable &
reasonable rates. Serving the
public since 1954. DEWEY
NORTHRUP. Tully NY. 6965691. (apr04)
MISC. SERVICES
SHEARS AND KNIVES
SHARPENED: Cazenovia
Lumber Co., 655-3417. (fc)
HOUSE CLEANING
CLEAN YOUR HOME like I
clean my own. Attention to
detail. Reasonable rates. All
supplies included. Weekly or
biweekly. References upon
request. 315-761-5153. (d22-5)
85 YEARS AGO
From the DeRuyter Gleaner Dec. 26, 1929
The volume of business at the DeRuyter Post Office for the
Christmas trade was the largest in its history. On Monday,
80 sacks of mail were received and 30 sacks dispatched!
Contributed by Darla Snyder, DeRuyter, NY
Great8375Swamp
Conservancy
North Main St, Canastota, NY 13032
Phone: 315-697-2950
www.greatswampconservancy.org - [email protected]
January 18th, 2015 is the GSC’S annual and general
membership meeting at 1:00 pm. The public is invited to come
and enjoy the expertise of our guest speaker; retired DEC Forest
Ranger, Gary N. Lee of Inlet, NY. He now spends his time as
a licensed guide doing fishing, hiking, and birding trips in the
Adirondacks. With his experience of the great out of doors he
shares this through lectures on a variety of nature topics. He has
traveled extensively and has identified and photographed most
plants, animals, birds, snakes and butterflies on his journeys. He
has worked on the NYS Bird Breeding Atlas from 1980-1985 and
2000-2005.He is well known for banding birds at Crown Point
Banding Station. He bands birds at his home and has banded Gulls,
Cormorants, Black Crowned Night Herons, and Cattle Egrets on
Four Brothers Islands in Lake Champlain.
Gary helped with the first banding of Common Loons in NYS
(1998) and is a Loon expert. He has worked as a field observer for
theAdirondack Cooperative Loon Program which is in partnership
of the Wildlife Conservation Society, the Natural History Museum
of theAdirondacks, NYS DEC, Biodiversity Research Institute and
the Audubon Society of NY, Inc.. These groups monitor previously
banded Loons as to where they are nesting and productivity. Each
year they band, take blood and feather samples from these birds
to be tested during winter for mercury and other contaminates. In
the summer of 2003-2005, satellite transmitters were put on a few
birds to track them in their wintering areas.
With participation in the DEC Live Otter Trapping Program in
1999-2000 he captured for release 16 live Otters from an area to
a new safe location. This astounding man has received numerous
conservation awards, served on many conservation boards, author
of outdoor columns and co-author of Adirondack Birding 60
Places to Bird in the Adirondacks. This is a program you will not
want to miss!!!
SNOWPLOWING
CAZ AND NEW WOODSTOCK AREA
MDM Landscaping
Seasonal & Per-Time Rates
[email protected]
C: 315-560-0947
H: 315-662-3013
Contact Us: FAX or Phone 315-655-9431, E-mail: [email protected] or Our Website www.hineighbor.net
JAN. 5 - First Woman Governor Inaugurated 1925. (Nellie Ross, Wyoming’s Governor) - George Washington Carver Recognition Day - National Bird Day
AUCTIONS - AUCTIONS - AUCTIONS
Our Auctions Can Be Seen At Our Website www.hineighbor.net
Check Daily - Some Auctions Are Posted Before & BETWEEN Publications
WEEKLY SALES EVERY MONDAY
HOSKING SALES
Weekly Sales Every Monday 11:30 with Misc. & Small animals, 1:00 Dairy,
followed by feeders, sheep, lamb, goats, pigs. Calves start at 5PM followed
by cull beef. Call for more info and note all times are approximate. Our
volume is increasing weekly – join your neighbors & send your livestock
our way!
MONDAY, DEC. 29TH – Sold 216 Head. Cull ave. $ .85, Top cow $1.10,
Bulls/Steers None, bull calves top $3.20, heifer calf top $2.45,Dairy Feeders $.20 - $1.31, Feeder Bulls $1.15 - $1.31, Feeder steers- None Feeder
heifers $1.03 - $1.20. Dairy milking age top $2200, Bred heifers top $2100.
HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM THE HOSKING FAMILY
Monday, Jan. 12th – Normal Monday Sale & Monthly Heifer Sale. Special 30 top end Registered & Grade Holsteins. Open & Short bred heifers
coming out of New England some top pedigrees in this group! Super well
grown heifers.
Monday, Jan. 19th – Normal Monday Sale & Monthly Sheep, Lamb, Goat
& Pig Sale
Monday, Jan. 26th – Normal Monday Sale
LOOKING TO HAVE A FARM SALE OR JUST SELL A FEW – GIVE US A CALL.
**Trucking Assistance – Call the Sale Barn or check out our trucker list on our
Web-Site. Call to advertise in any of these sales it makes a difference.
Watch website for any last minute updates.
Directions: Hosking Sales 6096 NYS Rt. 8, 30 miles South of Utica & 6 miles North
of New Berlin, NY. www.hoskingsales.com Call today with your consignments.
Hosking Sales
607-699-3637 or 607-847-8800 - Cell: 607-972-1770 or 1771
Tom & Brenda Hosking
6096 NYS Rt. 8 New Berlin, NY 13411
Hoppin’ John
“I eat this dish every New
Year’s day, it’s supposed to
bring you luck, and so far my
life’s been pretty good. It’s also
good anytime you need a hearty
homey meal!”
Ingredients: Original recipe
makes 6 servings Change
Servings
1 1/2 cups dry black-eyed
peas
1 pound ham hocks
1 onion, chopped
1/2 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
salt and pepper to taste
4 cups water
1 1/2 cups long-grain white rice
1 cup shredded smoked Cheddar cheese
Directions
1.In a large pan place the peas, ham hock, onion, red pepper,
salt and pepper. Cover with water and bring to a boil. Reduce
heat to medium-low and cook for 1 1/2 hours.
2.Remove ham hock and cut meat into pieces. Return meat
to pot. Stir in the rice, cover and cook until rice is tender, about
20 to 25 minutes. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Sprinkle
shredded cheese over top, if desired. Serve
Hello Everyone
You don't know me yet , but my name is Dale
Griffith. I'm not asking for charity - this is just to
help my family members and also me. 4 years
ago my wife died, 2 years ago I was diagnosed
with liver disease. Having been to the best medical facilities in NY state I was told my condition
need a better living arrangement.
We are seeking help to remodel and add on to
our existing home to meet my new circumstance.
We will accept money, building materials and assistance with the construction.
Please contact Dale Griffith 8928 Rte. 80 New
Woodstock. 13122, 315-247-0911. You are welcome to visit us to discuss our needs.
We'll periodically update everyone on our process.
When someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, friends and
family have many questions. This workshop is designed to
provide caregivers with the knowledge, tools, and strategies
needed to cope with a diagnosis of ‘Alzheimer’s or related
dementia.
Issues that will be addressed are:
• Symptoms associated with mid-stage Alzheimer’s
• Communication issues
• Providing personal care
• Behavior changes
• Medication management
• Home safety, driving, and wandering
• Care options, including day programs, in-home care, and
other living options.
• Caregiver needs.
Please register for this program at 472-4201 Ext. 100.
Mark your calendar and watch for details on the remaining
presentation “Legal and Financial Planning” on April 8th.
These presentations are free and open to the public. For
more information on the Alzheimer’s series or other events
at the Cazenovia Public Library, call 655-9322 or visit www.
cazenoviapubliclibrary.org. Additional information is also
available from the Alzheimer’s Association at 800-272-3900
or at www.alz.org/cny.
LEGO My Library at the
Cazenovia Public Library
You are invited to the
Greater Cazenovia
Chamber Of Commerce
Annual State of the Area Program
To Be held at the Nelson Odeon
Thursday, January 22nd, 2015
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
$15/person Refreshments provided by Nelson Farms
Speakers will be:
Congressman Richard Hanna
Senator David Valesky
Assemblyman Bill Magee
Caz School Superintendent Matthew Reilly
Town & County Supervisor Bill Zupan
Fenner Supervisor Dave Jones
Nelson Supervisor Roger Bradstreet, Sr.
Caz College Wayne Westervelt
Mayor Kurt Wheeler
GCACC President Jessica Amidon
Alzheimer’s Series Continues at
The Cazenovia Public Library
The second of a three-part series by the Alzheimer’s
Association, Central NY Chapter,—“Living with Alzheimer’s:
For Mid-Stage Caregivers”—will be offered at the Cazenovia
Public Library on Wednesday, January 14th from1:00 to 4:00
pm in the Library Community Room.
STUMP GRINDING
TREE REMOVAL
Lot Clearing • Brush Cleanup • Tree Trimming
Fast Service • Reasonable Prices • Experienced
Accept Credit Cards
Ross Armstrong, 1751 State Rte. 173, Chittenango, NY
[email protected] • www.armstrongtreeservices.com
315-289-4610
Children ages 4 and older and their families are invited to the
Cazenovia Public Library Community Room for the popular
LEGO My Library program on Monday, January 12th at 3:30
pm. Using the Library’s collection of LEGO and Duplo blocks,
children and their families will have the opportunity to build
and create something spectacular.
The Library is a place for discovery and imagination, and
this building program fits that mission. Building offers children
the experience of making their imaginative musings come to
life. By introducing them to these hands-on experiences with
science and math, children not only learn how to build different
structures but also how to make them stronger and taller.
All events at the Cazenovia Public Library are free and open
to the public. For more information on LEGO My Library
or other events at the Library, call 655-9322 or visit www.
cazenoviapubliclibrary.org.
- -11 Ruth St., Vernon, NY 13476 - _______________________________________
SALE EVERY MONDAY 12:30 PM: Sheep, Goats, Pigs, Horses &
Hay; 1:30 PM - Calves then Beef
EVERY
THURS.
1:15 P.M.: Dairy Cattle then Beef & Calves
_________________________________
Thursday, January 8, 2015 - 1:30 PM
Complete Dispersal selling for Jeff Simpson, Castorland, NY80 Registered and ID Grade Ayrshires and Holsteins. 44
mature cows-36 Young stock. Ayrshires sired by: Wingnut,
Jacks Choice, Modem, Nolan and Reality. Ayrshires service
sires include Burdette, Joey, Recharger, Lochinvar and Riggins. Holsteins sired by: Sanchez, Advent, Toy-Red, Bolton,
MLeader. Holsteins service sires include Final Cut, Marion, AppleJack-Red, Avsolute-Red and Phoenix. Cattle are housed in
Tiestall and outside daily. Fed Balage and grain. SCC 60,000
Fat 4.0% Protein 3.2%.
Our usual run of dairy cows, heifers and service bulls.
All dairy cows and heifers will be nasaled & preg checked at
our sale barn.
Beef and Calves follow Dairy Sale.
upcoming sales
Mon., Jan. 12 - Small Animals & hay 12:00 Noon followed by
calves and beef.
Thurs., Jan. 15 - Fat Cattle and Feeder Sale 2:00 PM.
Mon., Jan. 19 - Small Animals & hay 12:00 Noon followed by
calves and beef.
Thurs., Jan. 29 - Heifer Consignment Sale 12:30 PM.
Thurs.. Feb. 19 - Fat Cattle and Feeder Sale 2:00 PM.
Thurs.,
Feb. 26 - Heifer Consignment Sale 12:30 PM.
____________________________________________
For Information Call Office: 1-800-257-1819 or 1-315-829-3105
_______________________________________________
Manager & Auctioneer: Tim Miller (cell) 315-440-9683
(home) 607-847-6475
Auctioneers: Ken Hughs 315-436-2215
David Sherwood 315-436-0804
CHECK OUR WEBSITE @ www.empirelivestock.com for a list of sales
(home) 607-847-6475
Auctioneers: Ken Hughs 315-436-2215
David Sherwood 315-436-0804
CHECK OUR WEBSITE @ www.empirelivestock.com for a list of sales
You Can
If you can’t feed a billion people, then feed just one.
If you can’t hire twenty million unemployed, then hire just
one.
If you can’t support an army, then pray for one soldier.
If you can’t cure disease, then visit one person in the hospital.
One smile provides healing.
If you can’t save the world, then improve your community;
and if you can’t improve your community, then help your
next-door neighbor.
We can’t save the world, but we can save those within
hugging distance.
Don’t give up.
Don’t become overwhelmed.
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Charity begins with the next person you see.
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No methods currently exist for the early detection of
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the age of 65. Now, an interdisciplinary team of Northwestern
University scientists and engineers has developed a noninvasive
MRI approach that can detect the disease in a living animal.
And it can do so at the earliest stages of the disease, well before
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Led by neuroscientist William L. Klein and materials
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“Using MRI, we can see the toxins attached to neurons in
the brain,” Klein said. “We expect to use this tool to detect this
disease early and to help identify drugs that can effectively
eliminate the toxin and improve health.”
With the successful demonstration of the MRI probe,
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trillion as baby boomers age. And these figures do not account
for the lost time of caregivers.
This new MRI probe technology is detecting something
different from conventional technology: toxic amyloid beta
oligomers instead of plaques, which occur at a stage of
Alzheimer’s when therapeutic intervention would be very
late. Amyloid beta oligomers now are widely believed to be
the culprit in the onset of Alzheimer’s disease and subsequent
memory loss.
In a diseased brain, the mobile amyloid beta oligomers attack
the synapses of neurons, destroying memory and ultimately
resulting in neuron death. As time progresses, the amyloid
beta builds up and starts to stick together, forming the amyloid
plaques that current probes target. Oligomers may appear more
than a decade before plaques are detected.
“Non-invasive imaging by MRI of amyloid beta oligomers is
a giant step forward towards diagnosis of this debilitating disease
in its earliest form,” said Dravid, the Abraham Harris Professor
of Materials Science and Engineering at the McCormick School
of Engineering and Applied Science.
There is a major need for what the Northwestern research team
is doing -- identifying and detecting the correct biomarker for
new drug discovery. Despite extraordinary efforts, no effective
drugs exist yet for Alzheimer’s disease.
“This MRI method could be used to determine how well a
new drug is working,” Dravid said. “If a drug is effective, you
would expect the amyloid beta signal to go down.”
The nontoxic MRI probe was delivered intranasally to mouse
models with Alzheimer’s disease and control animals without
the disease. In animals with Alzheimer’s, the toxins’ presence
can be seen clearly in the hippocampus in MRI scans of the
brain. No dark areas, however, were seen in the hippocampus
of the control group.
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toxins that damage neurons, and the oligomers are the first
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Klein, Dravid and their colleagues also observed that the
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receiving a single dose of the MRI probe.
“While preliminary, the data suggests the probe could be
used not only as a diagnostic tool but also as a therapeutic,” said
Kirsten L. Viola, a co-first author of the study and a research
manager in Klein’s laboratory.
Along with the studies in live animals, the research team
also studied human brain tissue from Northwestern’s Cognitive
Neurology and Alzheimer’s Disease Center. The samples were
from individuals who died from Alzheimer’s and those who
did not have the disease. After introducing the MRI probe,
the researchers saw large dark areas in the Alzheimer brains,
indicating the presence of amyloid beta oligomers.
The title of the paper is “Towards non-invasive diagnostic
imaging of early-stage Alzheimer’s disease.”
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Date: December 22, 2014
Source: National Center for Atmospheric Research/
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
New research indicates that shifts in Pacific trade winds
played a key role in twentieth century climate variation, a sign
that they may again be influencing global temperatures.
The study, led by scientists at the National Center for
Atmospheric Research (NCAR) and the University of Arizona
(UA), uses a novel method of analyzing chemical changes in
coral to show that weak tropical Pacific trade winds coincided
with globally warming temperatures early in the twentieth
century. When the natural pattern shifted and winds began to
strengthen after 1940, the warming slowed.
The finding gives support to the theory that strong Pacific
trade winds are currently helping to prevent global temperatures
from climbing, even as society continues to emit carbon dioxide
and other greenhouse gases. When the winds weaken as part
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“Strong winds in the tropical Pacific are playing a role in the
slowdown of warming over the past 15 years,” said lead author
Diane Thompson, a postdoctoral scientist at NCAR. “When the
winds inevitably change to a weaker state, warming will start
to accelerate again.”
“Mother Nature is always going to inject little ups and downs
along our path to a warmer world,” said University of Arizona
professor Julia Cole, a co-author. “We’re trying to understand
how those natural variations work so that scientists can do a
better job of predicting the actual course of climate change
into the future.”
The study is being published this week in Nature Geoscience.
It was funded by the National Science Foundation, NCAR’s
sponsor, as well as by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration, University of Arizona, Philanthropic Education
Organization, U.K. Natural Environment Research Council,
and U.S. Department of Energy.
Where is the heat going?
Despite increases in greenhouse gases, global surface
temperatures have not risen significantly since 2001. This
pause in global warming, often called the hiatus, has become
the focus of research by climate scientists who are trying to
track the missing heat.
By using climate models and observations, scientists are
finding evidence that the heat is going into the subsurface ocean,
perhaps as a result of changes in atmospheric circulation. A study
earlier this year in Nature Climate Change, by an international
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team of climate scientists, pointed to unusually strong trade
winds along the equator in the Pacific Ocean that are driving
heat into the ocean while bringing cooler water to the surface.
This is leaving less heat in the air, thereby temporarily offsetting
warming from increasing greenhouse gases.
The study by Thompson and her colleagues indicates that
this process has happened before, and in the opposite direction:
weaker winds allowed warming to accelerate.
The research team focused on the early twentieth century -- a
time when a third of the century’s global warming took place,
even though major accumulations of greenhouse gases were
not yet occurring. Some previous research suggested that rising
sea-surface temperatures in the Atlantic Ocean were to blame.
That warming did not begin until the mid-1920s, however, when
the global atmospheric warming was already well underway.
As it turned out, the researchers had access to an important
piece of evidence. Sitting in a UA lab was an old core drawn
from a coral skeleton near a western tropical Pacific island. It
had been chemically analyzed in the 1990s and then largely
forgotten.
Thompson, while working on her doctoral dissertation,
realized that the core could reveal tropical Pacific wind patterns
during the period from 1894 to 1982 when it had grown just
outside of the island’s lagoon.
The reason has to do with the effects of wind on water
chemistry. When strong bursts of wind came in from the west,
they stirred up manganese in the sediment at the bottom of
the lagoon. The local corals took up the manganese in their
skeletons as they grew. Such wind bursts from the west occur
more commonly when the trade winds, which normally blow
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beginning and established farmers Ithaca, NY. In collaboration
with Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County and
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major aspects of the farm business start-up process, including
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The 7th Annual Winter Green-Up Grazing Conference
Friday and Saturday, January 30 & 31 at Century House,
997 New Loudon Rd. (Route 9), Latham, NY 12110. Featured
speakers will include: Neil Dennis, of Sunnybrae Farms,
Saskatchewan, Canada and Allan Nation, Editor, Stockman
Grass Farmer, based in Ridgeland, Mississippi, Thomas Kilcer.
Advanced Ag Systems, Kinderhook, NY and Jim and Deborah
Taylor of Sunny Acres Farm, Athens, NY. Once again this year
we will have a Friday evening banquet with local grass-fed beef,
pork and lamb. Two scholarships will once again be available
through the David Huse Education Scholarship Fund. Thanks
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Watkins Glen Fall and Winter Farmers Market will be
held at the St. James Episcopal Parish Hall located at 112 6th
Street Watkins Glen NY, 14891. The market will be held from
3:00-6:00pm on the following dates: Dec 5, 19, Jan 2, 16, 30,
Feb 13, 27. Look for updates on Facebook @ Watkins Glen
Farmers Market. Participating farms include: Muddy Fingers,
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of locally-grown farm products, please visit the regional “Buy
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Food Safety Modernization Act: Round 2
In September, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
released re-proposed sections of major new food safety
regulations that were originally proposed in January of 2013.
The rules are part of FDA’s implementation of the Food Safety
Modernization Act (FSMA), which was signed into law in
2011. The goal of FSMA is to focus food safety measures
on prevention, rather than emergency response. It does so by
updating and expanding rules that govern the growing and
handling of fresh produce and the processing of many types of
food. The FDA’s first draft of FSMA rules unfairly burdened
the local and regional food businesses and farmers that have
been the driving force behind the exponential growth of farmers
markets across the U.S.
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the food and farming community’s active participation in the
FDA’s public comment period last fall. Despite improvements,
the updated set of rules continues to overburden and discourage
diversified, direct-marketing farmers and markets.
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Chemical analysis of the yearly banded coral skeleton showed
a comparatively high occurrence of these spikes in manganese
to calcium from about 1910 to 1940--the same period when
Earth experienced significant warming. However, the number
of these events dropped between the 1940s and 1970s, when
temperatures leveled off.
Thompson and her co-authors compared the ratio to wind
observations since 1960, when observations became more
reliable, and verified that the high manganese-to-calcium
ratio correlated with weaker trade winds. They also combed
through more scattered records before 1960 and again found
a correlation of the chemical ratio to wind strength.
Thompson stressed that the winds are just one contributor
to changes in global climate. Another reason that temperatures
leveled off in mid-century likely has to do with increased
industrialization and emissions of particles that block sunlight
and exert a cooling influence. Later in the century, increased
emissions of greenhouse gases played a dominant role.
“This research shows that the influence of winds on climate is
not anything new. These mechanisms have been at work earlier,”
Thompson said. “We believe this is a significant contribution
to understanding the role of natural processes in modulating
global temperature change.”
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Community Design in Ecological Training, Ithaca 2015
Saturday, January 31 - Sunday, February 1 weekend (9:30
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March 2, 9, 17, 23 & 30, April 6 & 13. Permaculture class
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An Introduction to High Tunnels
Monday, February 9, from 1-4 PM at Good Life Farm in
Interlaken. Topics to be covered include - types of tunnels &
construction, bed preparation, crops to grow, managing crops
in high tunnels, and pest management. Tour Good Life Farm
Tunnels. Instructors include: Judson Reid - CCE Vegetable Crop
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Garrett Miller with Good Life Farm and Evangeline Sarat with
Sweetland Farm. Information on NRCS High Tunnel Grants
will be presented by a NRCS representative. Register for this
workshop via Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County. Call
607-272-2292 or email [email protected] Pre-registration is
required to ensure we have enough space. There is a $5 fee for
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The Northeastern IPM Center recently hosted a discussion on
the topic of pollinators in a live-streamed web event: “Integrated
Pest Management (IPM) and Pollinators: What is the appropriate
role for IPM on the issue of pollinators?” The Northeastern
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Environmental Protection Agency. In the recording, panelists
provide an update on current issues surrounding pollinator
health. They share facts about pollinators and pollinator decline,
and give some thought to the role that the integrated pest
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place November 12, 2014, as part of the Northeastern IPM
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