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WED., APR. 1: THE CLINTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY WELCOMES MELANIE MARTIN WHO WILL PRESENT “PRIVATE
LYONS WAKEFIELD; UNCOVERED CIVIL WAR FEMALE SOLDIER.” More information to come. For more information please
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THURS., APR. 2: 10-11:30 A.M.: VOLUNTEER ENROLLMENTEVENT. CENTRAL NEW YORK CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN
RED CROSS., Madison County - Oneida Library, 220 Broad St.,
Oneida. The event is open to anyone interested in learning about
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Easter Week Services
Pompey Community Church
Good Friday
Friday, April 3
6:00 p.m.
Easter Morning
Sunday, April 5
9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
Route 20 and Berwyn Road | PompeyChurch.org
service: Disaster Services, Blood Services, Service to the Armed
Forces, and Health and Safety Services. To RSVP to an event or for
more information, please contact Mucilli at [email protected]
org or (315) 234-2217. It is crucial to RSVP in case the events are
postponed due to bad weather.
THURS., APR, 2, 11 AM - HOBBIT ELEVENSES PARTY (AGES
11+) Hobbit Fans ages 11 and over are invited to join us for a Hobbit
themed Elevenses Party! Come to the Community Room at the
Hamilton Public Library for feasting and fun. Activities will include
sampling traditional Hobbit fare, riddles, games, a treasure hunt,
door prizes, and laughing at live dragons. (OK, maybe not that last
part.) Costumes are encouraged but not required. Bring a friend or
thirteen -- the more, the merrier!
FRI., APRIL 3, 10 AM: GREAT SWAMP CONSERVANCY IS OPEN
FOR COLORING CONTERS. Games and food available. The Egg
Hunt starts EGGS-actly at 11 am, divisions by age groups. Lots
of prizes. donation
FRI., APR. 3, 10 A.M.; 2:30 P.M., 7 P.M. AND SAT., APR. 4, 10:00
A.M.; 2:30 P.M., 7 P.M.: 82ND ANNUAL TIGRIS SHRINE CIRCUS.
Purchase “Advance Sale” General Admission Tickets at www.
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FRI., APR. 3, 6:30 PM: THE MORRISVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY
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 call 315-684-9130.
SAT., APR. 4, 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.
MON., APRIL 6, 7 PM, CAZENOVIA AMERICAN LEGION POST
88 MONTHLY MEETING at the Post Home, 26 Chenango St,
Cazenovia, NY
MON., APRIL 6, 7:00 P.M.: CAZENOVIA AMERICAN LEGIONAUXILIARY will meet at Post 88 on Chenango St.
Pick ups in Hamilton, Sherburne, Norwich & Greene (possibly Oxford)
Contact information: 315-729-8323, [email protected]
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April 18th: Scranton, PA: $96 Descend slowly in a train car 300
feet below the earth into the Lackawanna Coal Mine and tour with
an experienced coal miner. Then, dine at a buffet at an original train
station, and ride in a steam train to Steamtown National Historic
Site to self-tour the museums and join a guided tour of the
locomotive shop where trains are repaired. Register NOW!
May 11th: Bingo or slots at the Turning Stone Casino: $38
Get $20 in free Bingo Bucks OR $25 in Free Play for slots plus $5
toward your lunch! Play till 4:30 pm. Register by April 20th.
May 26th: Step back in colonial times!: $117
Tour Washington Irving’s mansion in Sleepy Hollow, a working
colonial farm and visit the Old Dutch Church in Irving’s story with
lunch at the El Dorado Diner. Register by May 12th.
June 25th-26th: Overnight trip to see the Tall Ships in
Philadelphia!: $265 double occupancy/$334 single. See the
Tall Ships sail in while at lunch on the Spirit of Philadelphia with a
special boarding pass to one. See hippos, dinosaurs of the deep and
more at the Adventure Aquarium; board a replica of a 1790 schooner
Olympia at the Independence Seaport Museum and ride a historic
tour of the city. Stay at the Holiday Inn. One lunch and one breakfast
included. Register NOW! Pay $50 by April 14th balance due
May 12th.
July 31st – Aug. 1st: Lucille Ball’s Annual Comedy Festival!:
$ 280 double occupancy/$390 single. Experience the LucyDesi Museum, Desi-Lu Studios, Lucy’s Home-town Tour and be
entertained by Lucy and Ethel impersonators at a dinner show! Price
includes the hotel, one dinner and one breakfast. Pay $25 by
March 31st , $25 by April 24th and balance by June 15th.
WED., APR. 8, 8-9:30 AM: MOORE NETWORKING at MADISON
BISTRO (Formerly Bub’s Subs), Court Street, Wampsville (Right
across from the DMV). Local business people band together to help
each other grow their businesses. Visitors are welcome anytime.
Find out more about MOORE Networking at www.moorenetworking.
org. Bring your business card and enjoy coffee and donuts with us.
SAT., APR. 11, 9 AM - 3 PM: AMYLOIDOSIS SUPPORT GROUP
-Upstate NY - Rochester General Hospital - Weiner Conference
Room - Ground Floor, 1425 Portland Avenue. Guest Speaker Dr.
Jeffery Zonder- hematologist at Karmanos- Chicago. Patients,
Caregivers, Families and Interested Medical Personnel are welcome. Complimentary Light Breakfast and Lunch Provided. RSVP
appreciated. Contact MaryAnn Kraft: 585-334-7501 or Muriel Finkel:
TOLL FREE: 866-404-7539
SAT., APR. 11, 2 PM: THE SMITHFIELD COMMUNITY CENTER
WILL HOST GREENE SMITH’S BIRTHDAY PARTY. To commemorate Smith’s birthday the party will feature writers promoting
Greene’s new book and old gun, as well as a program about the
re-discovery of Greene’s birdhouse. More information to come.
(Est. 1860)
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WED., APR. 22, 8-9:30 AM: MOORE NETWORKING at MADISON
BISTRO (Formerly Bub’s Subs), Court Street, Wampsville (Right
across from the DMV). Local business people band together to help
each other grow their businesses. Visitors are welcome anytime.
Find out more about MOORE Networking at www.moorenetworking.
org. Bring your business card and enjoy coffee and donuts with us.
The Key
SUN., APR. 26, 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.
Give Cinderella a run for her money
Purchase your prom dress at The Key
SUN., APR. 26, 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.
655-3956 • 66 Albany St., Cazenovia
Accepting April 6-11 & 20-25
Spring Clothes, Prom dress
and housewares
SAT.,APR.11,9AM-NOON: MADISON COUNTY RABIES CLINIC,
CHITTENANGO FIRE HOUSE - Rt. 5. Vaccinations are offered free
to Madison County residents. Voluntary donations are appreciated
to help defray clinic costs. Proof of previous vaccination is required
to qualify for a three-year certificate. All animals must be at least
3 months of age and properly restrained using a leash and collar,
harness, cage or pet carrier. Public health law requires all dogs,
cats and ferrets to be vaccinated by 4 months of age. A second
vaccination must be given within one year of the first, and pets
must be actively immunized against rabies thereafter. Owners of
any dog, cat or ferret not vaccinated are in violation of public health
law, subject to a fine of up to $200 for each offense.
SUN., APR. 12, 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
SUN., APRIL 12, 2:00 p.m.: Madison County Legion and Auxiliary
will be meet in Cazenovia at the Legion Chenango St., Cazenovia.
All Madison County Auxiliary members are welcome
THURS., APRIL 16, 12:00 noon. CASA news - Pot Luck Luncheon,
St. James Church. Bring dish to pass and table setting. Bob Loomis,
a decedent of the famous “Loomis Gang will tell us some of his
family unknown secrets.
SAT., APR. 18, 7 PM: THE TOWN OF MADISON HISTORICAL
SOCIETY WILL HOST A TRADITIONAL COUNTRY DANCE
FEATURING DOUBLE CHASE. Two sets of square dancers will
be available as well as line dancing and more. It’s fun to watch
or to take part. During a break sample a slice of pie or a grilled
hotdog or burger. Door prizes too!!!!. For more information please
call 315-893-7910.
TUES., APRIL 21, 9:00 a.m.: CASA NEWS- bus departs Tops for trip
to Northeast Classic Car Museum, Norwich, NY. Followed by lunch,
short walk after lunch to tour Bull Thistle Model-railroad Museum.
Return 4 p.m. Info 655-0350. Deadline for reservation is April 10.
TUES., APR. 21, 5-7 PM: MADISON COUNTY RABIES CLINIC,
FENNER TOWN GARAGE - 3005 Fenner Rd. Vaccinations are
offered free to Madison County residents. Voluntary donations are
appreciated to help defray clinic costs. Proof of previous vaccination
is required to qualify for a three-year certificate. All animals must
be at least 3 months of age and properly restrained using a leash
Smith Funeral Home
and collar, harness, cage or pet carrier. Public health law requires
all dogs, cats and ferrets to be vaccinated by 4 months of age. A
second vaccination must be given within one year of the first, and
pets must be actively immunized against rabies thereafter. Owners
of any dog, cat or ferret not vaccinated are in violation of public
health law, subject to a fine of up to $200 for each offense.
ELECTRICIAN
Tom Stevens Electric
Residential & Commercial Wiring
Servicing This Area Since 1977
Cell:
345-2753
Licensed for the City of Syracuse
SUN., APRIL 26, 11:00: Chicken Bar-b-cue, Malcolm Taylor Post
1572, American Legion at post 2037 Main St., New Woodstock
MON., APRIL 27, 6:30 PM: THE HAMILTON PUBLIC LIBRARY
WELCOMES MADISON COUNTY HISTORIAN MATTHEW
URTZ WHO WILL PRESENT “CNY HOPS, BIRTH, DEATH AND
RE-BIRTH.” The talk will share the history of Central New York
Hops, how they started their dizzying heights, their long fall and
their recent return to prominence. For more information please
call 315-824-3060.
CARRY CONCEALED Pistol Safety Class
Madison & Oneida County Approved
Oneida American Legion
Wed., April 8 @ 5:00 pm
315-796-4186
MON., APR. 27, 7 PM: THE CANASTOTA PUBLIC LIBRARY AND
THE CANASTOTA CANAL TOWN MUSEUM PARTNER FOR
THEIR “CANALSIDE CHATS.” This month will feature author
William R. Farrell who will present “Stops along the Erie Canal.”
The presentation will include stories, legends, anecdotes and history behind some of the most recognized places along the canal
from here to Albany. For more information please call 824-3060.
FRI., MAY 1 - SUN., MAY 3: THE FORT PLAIN MUSEUM WILL
HOST THE 1ST ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON THE AMERICAN
REVOLUTION IN THE MOHAWK VALLEY. The event kicks off
on the evening of May 1st with a cocktail hours and presentation
on Fort Plain. On Saturday there will be multiple presentations on
the military and Native American Relations, the Battle of Diamond
Island, the role of amateur soldiers, the story of photographed
soldiers and the adventure of Lieutenant Edward McMichael.
The conference will finish on May 3rd with a guided bus tour of
Mohawk Valley historic sites including Nellis Tavern, Fort Klock,
the Palatine Church, Klock’s Battlefield and more. Special hotel
rates are available as well. To register or for more information
please call Brian Mack at 518-774-5669 or email the museum at
[email protected]
SAT., MAY 2, 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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SHOWS: Friday, April 3, 2015
10:00 a.m. • 2:30 p.m. • 7:00 p.m.
Saturday, April 4, 2015
10:00 a.m. • 2:30 p.m. • 7:00 p.m.
Healthy Pets, Happy Clients
Each show approx. 2½ hours (includes 1/2 hr. Intermission)
Providing Quality, Compassionate Care For Over 35 Years
SAT. MAY 2, 9:30 AM - NOON: MANNA MUG ‘MUFFIN. First
Baptist Church of South Otselic presents their 11th annual MMM.
LADIES join us for a time filled with laughter, encouragement, special music, prizes and of course coffee/tea with a variety of muffins.
Special speaker: Sally Babcock. Theme this year is “The Lord is
my Shepherd”. It is FREE. Bring your own MUG. Dress is casual.
Must RSVP by April 26th ~ Maxine 315-653-7871
SAT., MAY 2, 7-11 p.m.: Fabius Pompey Sr. Citizens Spring
Dance featuring Ray Randall and His Rhythmaires at Community
Center, Main St., Fabius, NY. Food and beverages will be available.
Everyone
MON., MAY 4, 7:00 P.M.: CAZENOVIA AMERICAN LEGION
AUXILIARY will meet at Post 88 on Chenango St.
MON., MAY 4, 7 PM, CAZENOVIA AMERICAN LEGION POST
88 MONTHLY MEETING at the Post Home, 26 Chenango St,
Cazenovia, NY
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WED., MAY. 13, 8-9:30 AM: MOORE NETWORKING at MADISON
BISTRO (Formerly Bub’s Subs), Court Street, Wampsville (Right
across from the DMV). Local business people band together to help
each other grow their businesses. Visitors are welcome anytime.
Find out more about MOORE Networking at www.moorenetworking.
org. Bring your business card and enjoy coffee and donuts with us.
WED., MAY 13, 5 – 7 PM: MADISON COUNTY RABIES CLINIC,
STOCKBRIDGE HIGHWAY DEPT. - Main St. Rt 46. Vaccinations
are offered free to Madison County residents. Voluntary donations
are appreciated to help defray clinic costs. Proof of previous vaccination is required to qualify for a three-year certificate. All animals
must be at least 3 months of age and properly restrained using a
leash and collar, harness, cage or pet carrier. Public health law
requires all dogs, cats and ferrets to be vaccinated by 4 months
of age. A second vaccination must be given within one year of the
first, and pets must be actively immunized against rabies thereafter.
Owners of any dog, cat or ferret not vaccinated are in violation of
public health law, subject to a fine of up to $200 for each offense.
THURS., MAY 14, 11:15 - CASA NEWS - bus departs Tops for
MOST tour, see IMAX movie (2 p.m.) Grand Canyon. Early dinner
at Spaghetti Warehouse. Return 5:30 p.m. Res. deadline May 5.
655-0350
THURS., MAY 21: 12:00 noon - CASA News - Luncheon at St.
James Church. Bring dish to pass and place setting. Mary Messere,
known as “Back Street Mary” will speak on William Pryor Letchworth.
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Hemlock Hill Road, Whitney Point, NY
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Hours: Mon. - Fri. 8-4:30, Sat., 8-2
Attendance Limited to 4,000 seats per show
FREE PARKING
Disabled Seating Available ( East entrance: I-690 side)
of age. A second vaccination
must be given within one year
of the first, and pets must be actively immunized against rabies
thereafter. Owners of any dog,
cat or ferret not vaccinated are
in violation of public health law,
subject to a fine of up to $200
for each offense.
Purchase "Advanced Sale" General Admission Tickets at
www.TigrisShrineCircus.com (No hidden fees!)
ADVANCE SALE TICKETS: $13.00 each (all ages)
THERE WILL BE NO "RESERVED" SEATING AVAILABLE
(First come, first served)
SAT., JUNE 6, 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.
The two box offices located at the "Toyota Coliseum:
will be open one hour before each performance
for the sale of general admission tickets at $15.00 each.
Advance sale tickets can also be purchased at a designated
store near you!
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Phone 315-478-0277 - Fax: 315-760-3067
MON., JUNE 8: NO MEETING
- CAZENOVIA AMERICAN
LEGION AUXILIARY Post 88
on Chenango St.
WED., JUNE 10, 8-9:30 AM:
MOORE NETWORKING at
MADISON BISTRO (Formerly
Bub’s Subs), Court Street,
Wampsville (Right across from the DMV). Local business people
band together to help each other grow their businesses. Visitors
are welcome anytime. Find out more about MOORE Networking
at www.moorenetworking.org. Bring your business card and enjoy
coffee and donuts with us.
THURS., JUNE 11, 8:15 a.m. - CASA NEWS - Bus departs Tops.
Choose tour of Baseball Hall of Fame or Farmers Museum 1012 noon. Luncheon Buffet at Otesaga Hotel. 3 p.m. boat ride on
Glimmerglass Queen. Reservation Deadline, June 1. 655-0350.
FRI., JUNE 12, 8:00-11:00 p.m.: Fitz’s Polka Band, sponsored
by Fabius Pompey Sr. Citizens. Community Center, Fabius, NY.
TUES., JUNE 23, 5 - 7 PM: MADISON COUNTY RABIES
CLINIC,WAMPSVILLE HIGHWAY GARAGE - N. Court St.
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Kitchen/Bath & Basement Remodeling, Electrical Work,
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_____________________________________________
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2749 Erieville Road, Erieville, NY 13061
Vaccinations are offered free to Madison County residents.
Voluntary donations are appreciated to help defray clinic costs.
Proof of previous vaccination is required to qualify for a threeyear certificate. All animals must be at least 3 months of age and
properly restrained using a leash and collar, harness, cage or
pet carrier. Public health law requires all dogs, cats and ferrets
to be vaccinated by 4 months of age. A second vaccination must
be given within one year of the first, and pets must be actively
immunized against rabies thereafter. Owners of any dog, cat or
ferret not vaccinated are in violation of public health law, subject
to a fine of up to $200 for each offense.
WED., MAY. 27, 8-9:30 AM: MOORE NETWORKING at MADISONBISTRO (Formerly Bub’s Subs), Court Street, Wampsville (Right
across from the DMV). Local business people band together to help
each other grow their businesses. Visitors are welcome anytime.
Find out more about MOORE Networking at www.moorenetworking.
org. Bring your business card and enjoy coffee and donuts with us.
WED., JUNE 24, 8-9:30 AM: MOORE NETWORKING at MADISON
BISTRO (Formerly Bub’s Subs), Court Street, Wampsville (Right
across from the DMV). Local business people band together to help
each other grow their businesses. Visitors are welcome anytime.
Find out more about MOORE Networking at www.moorenetworking.
org. Bring your business card and enjoy coffee and donuts with us.
SAT., MAY 30: DERUYTER FIRE DEPARTMENT TRUCK &
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TUES., JULY 7, 5 - 7 PM: MADISON COUNTY RABIES CLINIC,
BROOKFIELD MADISON CTY. FAIRGROUNDS. Vaccinations are
offered free to Madison County residents. Voluntary donations are
appreciated to help defray clinic costs. Proof of previous vaccination
is required to qualify for a three-year certificate. All animals must
be at least 3 months of age and properly restrained using a leash
MON., JUNE 1, 7 PM, CAZENOVIA AMERICAN LEGION POST
88 MONTHLY MEETING at the Post Home, 26 Chenango St,
Cazenovia, NY
WED., JUNE 3, 5 - 7 PM: MADISON COUNTY RABIES CLINIC,
MORRISVILLEAGRICULTURAL CENTER -EatonSt.Vaccinations
are offered free to Madison County residents. Voluntary donations
are appreciated to help defray clinic costs. Proof of previous vaccination is required to qualify for a three-year certificate. All animals
must be at least 3 months of age and properly restrained using a
leash and collar, harness, cage or pet carrier. Public health law
requires all dogs, cats and ferrets to be vaccinated by 4 months
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and collar, harness, cage or pet carrier. Public health law requires
all dogs, cats and ferrets to be vaccinated by 4 months of age. A
second vaccination must be given within one year of the first, and
pets must be actively immunized against rabies thereafter. Owners
of any dog, cat or ferret not vaccinated are in violation of public
health law, subject to a fine of up to $200 for each offense.
WED., JULY 8, 8-9:30 AM: MOORE NETWORKING at MADISON
BISTRO (Formerly Bub’s Subs), Court Street, Wampsville (Right
across from the DMV). Local business people band together to help
each other grow their businesses. Visitors are welcome anytime.
Find out more about MOORE Networking at www.moorenetworking.
org. Bring your business card and enjoy coffee and donuts with us.
SAT., JULY 11, 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.
WED., JULY 22, 8-9:30 AM: MOORE NETWORKING at MADISON
BISTRO (Formerly Bub’s Subs), Court Street, Wampsville (Right
across from the DMV). Local business people band together to help
each other grow their businesses. Visitors are welcome anytime.
Find out more about MOORE Networking at www.moorenetworking.
org. Bring your business card and enjoy coffee and donuts with us.
SAT., JULY 25: CCE MADISON 8TH OPEN FARM DAY. Each year
on Open Farm Day Madison County farms open their doors to the
public to market their farms, educate the public, and sell product to
visitors from across NY state. An informational planning meeting for
participating farmers will be held Wednesday, February 11 at 6pm
at CCE Madison County’s offices, 100 Eaton Street in Morrisville,
NY. New Open Farm Day policies will be up for discussion and we
would love input from any former or interested farm representatives.
Please RSVP if attending to Katherine Brosnan at [email protected]
edu or 684-3001 ext. 100.
TUES., JULY 28, 5 - 7 PM: MADISON COUNTY RABIES CLINIC,
GEORGETOWN HIGHWAY GARAGE - Rt. 26. Vaccinations are
offered free to Madison County residents. Voluntary donations are
appreciated to help defray clinic costs. Proof of previous vaccination
is required to qualify for a three-year certificate. All animals must
be at least 3 months of age and properly restrained using a leash
and collar, harness, cage or pet carrier. Public health law requires
all dogs, cats and ferrets to be vaccinated by 4 months of age. A
second vaccination must be given within one year of the first, and
pets must be actively immunized against rabies thereafter. Owners
of any dog, cat or ferret not vaccinated are in violation of public
health law, subject to a fine of up to $200 for each offense.
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items to our food pantry, please
bring donations to our office
in the Canastota Business
Park, 138 Dominic Bruno Blvd,
Canastota or drop donations off
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call 697-5700. Thanks so much!
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FOR SALE: Clean wheat straw,
square bales. Delivery available.
655-2351. (o27-c)
HAY
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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] (j30-c)
LEGAL NOTICES
PUBLIC NOTICE: Pursuant to
section 501 of the Real Property Tax Law, the Assessor for the
Town of Lincklaen has inventory and valuation data available for
review of the assessment in the Township. An appointment may be
made to review this information by phoning 607-622-6269 Joseph
L. Day, Assessor. (m23-2)
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APARTMENTS
FOR RENT: 1 & 2 bedroom apts.
in New Woodstock. No pets, year lease, references, security &
utilities. 662-7035 or 662-7378. (j5-c)
SMALL 2 BDRM APT. $600 mo. plus security, references. 6555777. (m30-4)
APT. FOR RENT 2nd floor, 2 BDRM, in Chittenango, near downtown.
Easy walk to restaurant, bank and pharmacy, large lawn, off street
parking. On site coin operated laundry. No pets, no smoking, 1
year lease with good references. $725 mo. plus security. Utilities
no included. Ready to go. 315-380-0217. (m23-4)
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-4- Hi, Neighbor Pennysaver, Cazenovia, NY, March 30, 2015
Griffin Farm and
Consignment Auction
Thursday, April 2, 2015 @ 10:00AM
Location: 4696 Cody Road, Cazenovia, NY 13035
CONSIGNMENTS WANTED
We are looking for consignments of good farm
machinery, tractors, skid loaders, and farm related
items. Loaders will be on the farm to unload your
equipment March 31 & April 1. For free advertising
contact auction manager Reuben Mast 315-697-9143 by
March 16 (consignments taken until April 1st).
RAY GRIFFIN ITEMS & EARLY CONSIGNMENTS INCLUDE: Ford 7700 cab tractor, Gehl #2170
9’ haybine, Kuhn 9’ rotary rake, H&S 4 star tedder, (3) kicker wagons, NH #315 baler with kicker, Woods 12’ field
drag, Woods 6’ brush hog, Knight model 8014 side slinger
spreader, Patz 16’ silage unloader, Vandale 22’ silage
unloader, Int. 3 bottom plow with spring reset, Winco PTO
portable generator, 24”x32” maple syrup evaporator, Int. 4
row corn planter, 3pt. American wood splitter, 5’x10’ dump
trailer, Ferguson 3pt. cultivator, NH 256 rollbar rake, NH
488 haybine, Hesston 12 wheel rake; JD 4050 Cab Tractor,
Nice; Ford 3000 Tractor with Blade; New Holland TC40
Tractor, 4WD with Loader; Gehl SL 3825 Skidloader; JD
930 Haybine; NH 499 Haybine, Center Pivot; Quick Attach
Bale Spear, New; Ford 505 Mower, 3pt; Kverneland 3Bottom 18” 3pt; Field Drags; AC 2000 3 Bottom Plow, Cyl.
Reset; Gehl Hi Throw Silage Blower; MF 1620 Hay Tedder,
new; JD 347 Baler with #40 Kicker; NH 56 Rake; Kuhn
GA4220TH Rake, Excellent; Kuhn FC4000G Discbine;
1990 Ford Pickup with Snowplow, Diesel; (2) NH 900
Choppers, (1) for Parts; Miller Pro 914 Merger; Kidd Round
Bale Chopper; Case IH 8312 Disc Mower; MC Deering
Pedal Type Grinder; 12x20 Garage with Garage Door, New;
10x16 Storage Barn, New; 10x12 Storage Barn, New
Unloading Dates, 3/28-30-31 and 4/1
8:00am to 5:00pm
CAZ VILLAGE APTS: Cozy studio apt with sunny deck. $575+util.
Sec. dep., credit/background chk. Smoke-free, pet-free bldg.(315)
382-8853 (m23-4)
Cazenovia Village Apartments
Studio apartment with character
& sunny deck. $575+util.
Sec. dep., credit/background chk.
Smoke-free, pet-free bldg.
(315) 382-8853
HOUSE
$700. 655-5777. (m9-4)
FOR RENT: 1/2 house, 2 BDRM,
Lunch Stand by Amish School
No Buyers Premium
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GOODS FOR SALE
4 BEDROOM HOUSE FOR RENT: In village of DeRuyter. $675
mo. 1st month/security deposit plus utilities. References required.
Contact Lori 1-406-478-4563. (m30-4)
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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FOR RENT: 2 BDRM house with detached garage, close to
Cazenovia. Smoke free / pet free home. Security and references,
1 year lease. $850 month plus utilities. Available now. Please call
Judy at 315-684-9128. (m30-2)
COMPUTER FOR SALE: Dell “Latitude” E6440
Laptop Computer. Used 3 times - currently listed on Dell’s website
for $1049.00, asking $700 firm. Windows 7 Professional, 320GB
7200 rpm Hard Drive, 4GB DDR3L at 1600 MHz Memory, webcam
- perfect for high schooler or college student. Call 655-5759 (m30-1)
FURNISHED HOUSE
OFFICE SPACE
1200 SQ. FT SERVICE/RETAIL/
OFFICE SPACE for rent in Village of DeRuyter... historic building
and updated throughout. Call 315-380-7727 or 315-751-6713 (j12-c)
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“White Lilac Building @ 9 Albany St” Professional Office Space
for rent in the Village of Cazenovia. Rent depends on floor plan
of office and. Range from $400 - $900 a month. Beautiful historic
building in Cazenovia! Included are all utilities in rent. Plenty of
parking in back lot and on the Albany Street. syracuse.craigslist.
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Call Ray 315-662-7232. (m9-5)
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FIREWOOD
SEASONED FIREWOOD - pickup
or delivery. 315-750-0079. (s23-c)
FIREWOOD: $65 face cord delivered. Also we take HEAP orders.
Mixed hard woods. Call Donald 315-837-4362. (a5-c)
BEEF FOR SALE FOR SALE: 1/2 or 1/4 beef. All
natural. Flyhawk Farm. 315-662-7828. (m23-1)
VINYL REPLACEMENT WINDOWS $225.00 Installed. Lifetime warranty.
Energy Star approved. Emerson Exteriors and Remodeling. (315)
696-5730 (a7-c)
HEATING FUEL FUEL OIL - KEROSENE - DIESEL
FUEL - PROPANE: Automatic degree day delivery, quantity
discounts. GRIFFITH ENERGY, A Superior Plus Company. 3375540. (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)
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AUCTIONS - AUCTIONS - AUCTIONS
WEEKLY SALES EVERY MONDAY
HOSKING SALES
Weekly Sales Every Monday 11:30 with Misc. & Small animals, 1:00 PM
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!
***ATTENTION ORGANIC PRODUCERS - WE ARE NOW A CERTIFIED
ORGANIC MARKETING AGENCY.***
IN AN EFFORT TO ASSIST ALL ORGANIC PRODUCERS WE ARE NOW
CERTIFIED THRU NOFA, NY. ALL ORGANIC PAPERWORK MUST
ACCOMPANY THE CATTLE AND PRODUCE WHEN THEY ARRIVE AT
THE SALE BARN. THE 4TH MONDAY OF EACH MONTH WILL BE OUR
ORGANIC DAY ALONG WITH OUR NORMAL MONDAY SALE. IF YOU
HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT US. OUR FACILITY IS
AVAILABLE TO ACCOMMODATE ORGANIC DISPERSALS.
MONDAY, MAR. 23RD SALE - Total head sold 278. Organic Cull dairy
$1.18. Cull ave. $.90, top cow $1.10, Bulls/Steers $1.25, bull calves top
$4.50,heifer calves top $2.10, Dairy feeders $.21 - $1.57,Feeder Heifers
$.53 - $1.37,Feeder bull $1.35 - $1.77, Hogs 343#-606# $.08 -$.76. Piglets
top $72.50, Goats top $215, Lambs 20#-28# $1.75-$2.75, 48#-67# $1.20$2.70, Cull sheep $.30- $.62, Dairy milking age top $1700, bred heifers top
$1220, open heifers top $1125, heifer calf top $420.
SAT, APR. 4TH - 11:30AM SPRING ALL- BREED PREMIER SALE. 100
Head of Registered All Breed Dairy Cattle accepted for this sale. Farms represented: Oakfield Corners, Arethusa Farm, Echo Farm, Locust-Vale, Wisbee Farm, Jo-Ray Farm, Osborne Farm, Fantasy-Found, Roseland Farm,
Merrill Farm, Tiger-Lily, Ju-Vindale, Sco-Li, Lawton Jerseys, Ayrshires: Evans, James. Plus more! Also selling semen tank XR16 and semen: mostly
Semex - Discovery, Parker, Atlee, Rylee, Casino plus more. Please bring
your tanks. Also come support the local Chenango County 4-H Club - we
will be selling pies before the auction to support their Scholarship fund.
MON., APR. 6TH - NORMAL MONDAY SALE & MONTHLY FAT COW & FEEDER SALE
SAT. , APRIL 11TH - 11AM SPRING BEEF SPECTACULAR TURNOUT SALE. Accepting consignments for this sale. A group of Hereford Feeders from one
farm. Group of Herefords with 5-6 feeders along with 7-8 bred cows. 3
Hereford/Simmental Crosses bred heifers, 3 Hereford/Simmental Steers, 2
- 5yr. Hereford Cows due in Spring to Hereford, 1 Red & 1 Black Simmental
Heifers due in fall. Calls are coming in daily with consignments expecting
a nice group. Feeder market is increasing daily if you want mid-western
prices this is the place to sell them. Accepting consignments.
MONDAY, APRIL 13TH - NORMAL MONDAY SALE & MONTHLY HEIFER SALE
SAT. APR.18TH - 9AM - ANNUAL SPRING MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT AUCTION.
We will also be selling Trees & Shrubs. Accepting consignments from single
items to full lines of equipment. We will be starting at 9AM on small items,
tools and plants.
SAT. APRIL 25TH - 11:00AM SALE HELD ON FARM. NORWICH, NY.
GPS address: 149 Holmesville Road, Norwich, NY. Mint Creek Farm Complete Machinery & Equipment farm sale. Small tools, shop equip., Snap-On
Tool boxes, haying equipment, JD2150 & JD2955 Tractors, Skid steer, 30'
Gooseneck Trailer plus much more. Full listing on website.
WED. APRIL 29TH - 11:00AM SALE HELD AT WINDY ACRES FARM.
Norwich, NY GPS address: 829 County Rt. 29, New Berlin, NY (some GPS
will take Norwich, NY). Evans Registered Jerseys Complete Herd Dispersal. 87 Head, 48 milking age in all stages of lactation, 20 short bred to
springing, 16 newborn to yearlings, 3 bulls.
SAT. MAY 2ND - SALE HELD AT RICK & PAULA EVANS. GPS address: 4997 St. Hwy. 23 Norwich, NY. 10:00AM Tornando Valley Complete
Machinery & Equipment Dispersal.
SAT. MAY 9TH - SALE HELD ON THE FARM - GREENE, NY. Goodrich
Farm Complete Machinery & Equip. Auction. Watch for more details.
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
607-847-6274 or 607-847-8800 - Cell: 607-972-1770 or 1771
Tom & Brenda Hosking
6096 NYS Rt. 8 New Berlin, NY 13411
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84” winter blanket, like new. Other items. Call for details 315-6835447. (m30-5)
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Thursday, April 2, 2015 Sale Time: 12:30 PM
Vernon Market
1. Jack and Elizabeth Lassen, Belleville, NY selling at 1:00
PM complete Dairy dispersal freestall dairy. 100 cows year
round lactation averagin 84 lbs. per day. January test 25,000
lbs. Twice a day milking.
SCC 180,000 to 200,000 BF 4.3Protein 3.3
Large number of 1st and 2nd calf heifers. Several cows milking 100 plus. All Holstein herd except 4 linebacks.
Managers Note: The Lassens have sold their farm and are retiring from farming. If you need replacements plan to attend this sale.
2.From one farm 3 Springing heifers; 3 handling heifers all holsteins. All have had their 9 way shots.
3.Plus our usual run of dairy cows, heifers and service bulls.
All dairy cows & heifers vet checked and nasaled at our sale barn.
Our market is open Wednesdays 8 AM to 5 PM to accept
cattle for our Thursday Sale.
upcoming sales
Sat.,April 4 - D G Smith & Sons, Trew Hill Rd., Munnsville, NY
Farm. Machinery Auction 11:00 AM..
Wed., April 8 - Farm Machinery Auction Elaine Cook & Wayne
Hudson (Zelson Farm) Fort Plain, NY 11:00 AM.
Sat., April 11- Spring Machinery Consignment Sale at Market.
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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
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D G Smith and Sons
6555 Trew Hill Road, Munnsville, NY 13409
Saturday, April 4, 2015 Time: 11:00 AM
TRACTORS INCLUDES:
Case IH MX 230 4 X 4 W/cab & duals; JD 7810 4 X 4 w/cab; IH
1486 w/cab; Ford 7000; Bobcat S-185 skidsteer (attachments);
NH LS160 (blown motor).
MACHINERY: 1979 IH Paystar dumptruck; Eby 14’ bumper
pull cattle trailer; NH 795 spreader; Katolite 55kw generator; 5’
brush hog; Hoof trimming chute.
TILLAGE: Case IH 7500 5 btm var width plow; JD 714 11
shank chisel plow; JD 235 20’ disc w/scratch tires; Case IH
496 23’ disk; IH 415 15’ cultimulcher; JD 7200 6 row planter dry
fertilizer; JD 8200 grain drill; Demco 500 gal sprayer 45’ boom.
HARVEST: Gehl 1285 chopper w/2 row corn head & 7 ft. hay
head; Case IH 1063 6 row corn head; Miller pro rear unload
wagon; H & S rear unload wagon; Meyer front unload wagon;
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HAY EQUIPMENT: NH 575 baler; Gehl 1470 round baler;
Kuhn rotary rake; Kuhn 4 star tedder; 3 metal hay wagons; 30’
round baler wagon (17 bales).
Limited amount of small stuff for this sale.
Lunch available Trucking Available Port-a-john on site
Terms: Cash or good NY state check day of sale. Selling by
numbers-positive ID required.
Out-of-state buyers must bring a letter of guarantee addressed
to Empire Livestock. Nothing to be removed until settled for.
DIRECTIONS: From North: Take Route 46 for 2 miles South
of Munnsville take left onto Morris Road then a right onto Trew
Hill Road to the farm. From South: take Route 20 between
Morrisville and Madison go North on Route 46 for 6 miles then
turn right onto Morris Road then take right onto Trew Hill Road
to the farm.
OWNERS: Brian and Steve Smith
Auction by: Empire Livestock/Burtons, Vernon, NY 13476
1-800-257-1819 or 1-315-829-3105
Sales Manager and Auctioneer: Tim Miller 315-440-9683
Auctioneers: Ken Hughs 315-436-2215
David Sherwood 315-436-0804
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AWAKEN CHURCH, 3360 Thompson Rd., Cazenovia, Sunday
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LITTLE THEATRE ON MARCH 27, 28, AT 8 PM; MARCH 29 AT
2 PM, AND THEN APRIL 2, 3, 4, AT 8 PM. The book and lyrics
to this long-running Broadway show was written by Tom Jones.
The music was composed by Harvey Schmidt. “The Fantasticks”
is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre
International (MTI). All authorized performances materials are
also supplied by MTI, 421 West 54th Street, New York, NY 10019.
Phone: (212) 541-4684; Fax: (212) 397-4684; www. MTIShows.
com. General Admission is $8, and $3 for students. Tickets will
be sold at the door (m9-3)
CRIS-CAT OFFERS FREE TRANSPORTATION for Cazenovia,
Fenner & Nelson residents over 55 and ambulatory. Call 6550612. (Call between 7 am to 6 pm, 3 to 5 days in advance) (j19-c)
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662-3927
TOPS CLUB: (Take Off Pounds Sensibly): Wednesdays, 5:30 to
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Parish House, 12½ Madison Street, Hamilton. For information,
call 824-0965. (a18-c)
DON’T LET YOUR USED INK & TONER CARTRIDGES
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Questions, comments or ideas about services for older adults in
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THE CAZENOVIA COMMUNITY BAND WILL BEGIN SPRING/
SUMMER SEASON REHEARSALS WEDNESDAY,FEB18,2015.
We are always looking for new members to enhance our diverse
group. Intermediate-to-advanced musicians are welcome to join
this talented, enthusiastic and supportive ensemble. The band
rehearses Wednesdays at the Cazenovia Presbyterian Church in
Cazenovia on the corner of Route 20 and Sullivan Street from 7 to
8:30 p.m. Please contact the director Marv Arnold at (315) 7088171 or [email protected] for more information. (j26-c)
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SMALL ENGINE REPAIR CHAINSAWS
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Ingredients: Serves 8
•2 chicken breasts, cut
to1-inch cubes
•2 (14 oz.) cans low-sodium chicken or beef stock (more or
less depending on preferred texture)
•2 1/2 cups Arborio rice
•3/4 cup dry white wine
•1 cup water, optional
•1 bunch asparagus, chopped
•1-2 zucchinis, chopped
•6 oz. Portobello mushrooms, sliced
•3 tablespoons butter
•2 tablespoons olive oil
•Parmesan, garnish
•salt and pepper, to taste
Directions
1.Heat a large sauté pan or Dutch oven over high heat and
add olive oil.
2.When oil is hot, add chicken (seasoned with salt and pepper)
and brown on all sides, 4-5 minutes. Set aside.
3.Add chopped asparagus, zucchinis and mushrooms and
cook until just softened. 8 minutes. Set aside.
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4.Melt butter in Dutch oven and add Arborio rice. Stir until
rice is toasted and lightly browned, then return veggies and
chicken to pan.
5.Lower heat to medium and add white wine. Cook until
wine is almost evaporated, stirring frequently.
6.1/2-2/3 cup at a time, add chicken stock, stirring frequently
and replenishing liquids once mixture is dry enough that spoon
leaves a track through the rice.
7.When chicken stock is completely absorbed, taste rice and
see if it’s tender enough. Risotto should be thick, but still able
to spread out a little.
[You want it to be al dente, but if it’s too crunchy, add 1
cup water (a bit at a time). Adding too much will make your
risotto gummy.]
8.Serve hot and garnish with Parmesan cheese.
Recipe adapted from Sweet C’s Designs
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A young man went to seek an important position at a large
printing company. He passed the initial interview and was
going to meet the director for the final interview. The director
saw his resume, it was excellent. And asked, ‘
- Have you received a scholarship for school?’ The boy
replied, “ No ‘.
-’ It was your father who paid for your studies? ‘
-’ Yes.’- He replied.
-’ Where does your father work? ‘
-’ My father is a Blacksmith’
The Director asked the young to show him his hands.
The young man showed a pair of hands soft and perfect.
-’ Have you ever helped your parents at their job? ‘
-’ Never, my parents always wanted me to study and read
more books. Besides, he can do the job better than me.
The director said:
-’ I have got a request: When you go home today, go and
wash the hands of your father and then come see me tomorrow
morning.’
The young man felt his chance to get the job was high.
When he returned to his house he asked his father if he
would allow him to wash their hands.
His father felt strange, happy, but with mixed feelings and
showed their hands to his son. The young washed his hands,
little by little. It was the first time that he noticed his father’s
hands were wrinkled and they had so many scars. Some bruises
were so painful that his skin shuddered when he touched them.
This was the first time that the young man recognized what
it meant for this pair of hands to work every day to be able to
pay for his study. The bruises on the hands were the price that
he payed for their education, his school activities and his future.
After cleaning his father’s hands the young man stood in
silence and began to tidy and clean up the workshop. That
night, father and son talked for a long time.
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The Director noticed the tears in the eyes of the young when
He asked him: -’ Can you tell me what you did and what you
learned yesterday at your house?’
The boy replied: -’ I washed my father’s hands and when I
finished I stayed and cleaned his workshop ‘
-’ Now I know what it is to appreciate and recognize that
without my parents , I would not be who I am today . By
helping my father I now realize how difficult and hard it is
to do something on my own. I have come to appreciate the
importance and the value in helping the family.
The director said, “This is what I look for in my people. I
want to hire someone who can appreciate the help of others ,
a person who knows the hardship of others to do things, and
a person who does not put money as his only goal in life”. ‘
You are hired ‘.
A child that has been coddled, Protected and usually given
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parents. If we are this type of protective parent are we really
showing love or are we destroying our children?
You can give your child a big house , good food , computer
classes , watch on a big screen TV . But when you’re washing
the floor or painting a wall , please let him experience that too.
After eating have them wash the dishes with their brothers
and sisters. It is not because you have no money to hire someone
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matter how rich you are, you want them to understand. One day
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Alzheimer’s Series concludes at
the Cazenovia Public Library
The third and final presentation by the Alzheimer’s
Association, Central NY Chapter, will be given at the Cazenovia
Public Library on Wednesday, April 8th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.
If you or someone you know is affected by Alzheimer’s
disease or dementia, it’s time to learn the facts. The April
8th presentation “Legal and Financial Planning” will give an
overview of pertinent legal documents such as wills, powers
of attorney, and health care proxies. An overview of financial
issues and options such as Medicare, Medicaid, or Veterans’
Benefits will also be covered.
Please register for this program at 472-4201 Ext. 100.
This presentation is free and open to the public. For more
information on this 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.
Spring Break: Something for
everyone at the Cazenovia
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Jenna Wright is calling children of all ages and their families
to the Cazenovia Public Library as it gears up for another fun
and exciting break week. There are a variety of activities for
all ages, giving children a chance to dive into interesting new
topics and activities.
“Celebrate Reading” Monday, April 6th at 2:00 pm
Children, young and old, will delight in a concert filled with
songs from some of the most popular children’s books of all time.
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“Candy Land” Wednesday, April 8th from 1:30 to 3:00 pm
The Library Community Room will be transformed into a
sugary-sweet life-sized Candy Land game board. Children of
all ages and their families should come on in and take part in
this sweet game.
“Art Explorers” Thursday, April 9th from 1:30 to 3:00 pm
Children ages 8 to 12 are invited to the Library Community
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exhibit in the Library Art Gallery and create their own personal
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Cinderella (1950) Friday, April 10th at 1:30 pm
Come and share in the magic of the timeless fairy tale
Cinderella (1950). This Disney Animated Classic will be shown
in the Library Community Room and is sure to delight family
members of all ages. It’s rated G and runs for 75 minutes.
Free popcorn.
“Around the World with Cinderella” Saturday, April 11th
from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Young princes and princesses of all ages and their
families are cordially invited to go “Around the World with
Cinderella” at a fairy tale celebration. Feel free to dress as your
favorite prince or princess and come to the Library Community
Room for a scavenger hunt and other activities, games, prizes,
and refreshments. You will meet Cinderella and her Prince,
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Earth Day Textile
Recycling Event
Earth Day is Wednesday April 22. The Madison County
Landfill will host a county-wide textile recycling event to
celebrate. Textiles will be collected at ten sites throughout the
county making it easy for residents to recycle their textiles.
Any textile item, even if it’s worn, torn or stained can be
recycled as long as it is clean or dry. “There is a misconception
that textiles must be in wearable condition to be donated,” said
Mary Bartlett, Recycling Coordinator at the Madison County
Landfill. “Actually, textiles can be recycled even if they are
not in condition for resale.” However, rugs, carpeting and bed
pillows will not be accepted.
Textiles will be collected at the following sites and times
on Wednesday April 22:
Brookfield: 1 pm – 3 pm Brookfield Historical Society,
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Tim Janczuk, Owner
The Earlville Galleries are now accepting proposals for solo
artist exhibitions for the 2016 season. The Earlville Galleries
annually present 14 solo exhibitions of regional and national
contemporary visual artists in all media. High quality work by
professional and emerging artists who live part-time or full-time
in the Central New York region is given priority, but artists from
other areas of New York and other states are also considered.
The deadline for submissions is Friday, May 1, 2015.
Digital submissions are preferred, but slides are also accepted.
All media and styles are considered, as are installations and
proposals by curators. Email submissions are not accepted.
Detailed submission guidelines and instructions can be found
under the Artists & Musicians tab on the EOH website at
earlvilleoperahouse.com. (direct link: http://bit.ly/1MkDk4P )
A professional panel juries all submissions, and for each
exhibit the Earlville Galleries provide publicity, invitations to
the show and reception, a printed list of the work on exhibit,
an artist’s statement or resume, and insurance of the artwork
while on exhibit. Artwork can be for sale or not, and EOH
collects commission and sales tax on all sales.
The Earlville Galleries are an integral part of the multi-arts
programming at the Earlville Opera House and are funded, in
part, by the New York State Council on the Arts. Gallery hours
are 10-5 Tues-Fri and 12-3 on Saturdays. The Galleries are also
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The Art of Tony Thompson
Tony Thompson is an emerging artist with a unique vision,
an unusual history, and a back-story that would have derailed
most young artists. Now residing in Utica, Tony Thompson
was born in Lynchburg, VA, and raised in Syracuse. The
classroom in his early years was a source of anxiety, and to
escape this discomfort, he began to draw. Drawing became a
way to express thoughts and feelings that could not find their
way into words. On his way to school every day, he passed
graffiti and artwork created by the Syracuse street artists scene.
Its influence eventually found its way into his drawings.
Today his work usually involves combinations of screenprinting, spray paint, and paint marker. The early influences
and themes of his work can be seen in his surreal urban imagery,
which often contains spray paint cans and caps as a totem of
respect for his background in graffiti – a reminder of the path
less chosen that worked for him. Relatively new to the gallery
scene, Thompson is a young man on the cutting edge of artistic
expression, someone very aware of his journey and its context,
whose art pays homage to that path and others still traveling it.
The Earlville Galleries are pleased to show the exciting
work of Tony Thompson in the Arts Café Gallery from March
21 – May 9. Titled “Cloud Physics,” the exhibit chronicles his
fascination with and depiction of clouds over the years, from
his street art days to the present. “As a symbol, I have always
used the cloud as content or a tool, but never as a focal point.
This show focuses on the symbol of the cloud.”
Admission is free. The Opera House is wheelchair-accessible
with a ramp and a lift. For more information, visit www.
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will keep them out of the landfill”, said James Zecca, Madison
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Forget Rednecks.... If someone in a Home Depot store offers
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If Vacation means going anywhere south of New York City
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If you install security lights on your house and garage but
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If you carry jumpers in your car and your wife knows how
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If you know all 4 seasons: almost winter, winter, still winter
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If you have more miles on your snow blower than your car,
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March 6, 2015: As Egypt prepares to face the growing
ISIL threat in Libya it is withdrawing some special operations
forces from Sinai. Israel fears this will reduce the pressure the
Egyptians have exerted on Sinai based Islamic terrorists. Israel
has been impressed with the Egyptian counter-terror campaign
in Sinai, which has, for the moment, eliminated the threat of
Islamic terrorist attacks on Israel from Sinai. Egypt recently
reported that 172 Islamic terrorists had been killed in Sinai
during February. Another 229 suspects were arrested and 85
Islamic terrorist locations were raided. All this activity was in
reaction to January 29th when ISIL made four attacks in Sinai
that left at 33 dead and 90 wounded. Most of the victims were
soldiers and police. In part these attacks were to show that
the Islamic terrorists were still present and dangerous. But
not as dangerous as the used to be or could have been, The 18
month old Egyptian counter-terrorism campaign in Sinai has
left over 1,500 Islamic terrorists dead and several thousand
arrested. About 500 soldiers and police have died as well..
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their violence into the rest of Egypt and gradually diminished
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the terrorist violence in Sinai. The Islamic terrorists claim
victory because some of them have survived all this mayhem
and continue to kill. At the same time the Islamic terrorists in
Sinai are not associated with the Moslem Brotherhood that
dominates the rest of Egypt. Indeed the Sinai Islamic terrorists
look down on the Moslem Brotherhood as a bunch of wimps.
The Sinai groups are more into the old-school, hard-core al
Qaeda/ISIL approach. The Sinai crowd wants open warfare
with Egypt and Islamic religious dictatorship for Egypt and
eventually the world.
Israel does not believe Egypt will abandon Sinai but by taking
the special operations troops out the counter-terror effort will
be less effective and the less experienced troops and police left
in Sinai will suffer heavier casualties. The Egyptians feel they
have no choice because it ISIL wants to send Islamic terrorists
into Egypt the thousand kilometer long Libyan border is easily
crossed. Fortunately anyone sneaking across still has several
hundred kilometers of desert to cross and that area has few
roads. But it takes a lot of troops to lock all that down and for
the moment the Libyan border has a higher priority than Sinai.
Over 30,000 Egyptians have left Libya in the last two weeks
to escape the growing Islamic terrorist violence. This flight was
triggered by a February 15th ISIL video showing 20 Egyptian
Christians (Copts) being beheaded on a Libyan beach. Many
Egyptians still work in Libya doing jobs Libyans will not or
cannot do and being paid for with oil income. Before the 2011
revolution about a million Egyptians worked in Libya. But the
growing chaos in Libya has sharply cut oil production and many
Egyptians are returning because they are losing their jobs or
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not getting paid. Since mid-February Egypt has declared war
on ISIL but has not carried out any more air strikes against
ISIL targets in Libya since mid-February. It does appear that
Egypt is preparing for another round of attacks.
In Egypt (northern Sinai) over a hundred Copts (Christians)
have fled the area after they received threats from Islamic terror
groups. There are still about 200 Copts living in northern Sinai.
With Hamas now outlawed in Egypt the security on the
Gaza border has become even tighter. This includes increased
efforts to find and destroy smuggling tunnels and halt any
illegal border crossings.
Egypt is still on bad terms with Qatar, whose monarch finances
the al Jazeera satellite news network and supported the ousted
Moslem Brotherhood government. Egypt also accuses Qatar
of supporting Islamic terrorists in Libya and Hamas in Gaza.
Now Qatar has recalled its ambassador from Egypt over the
escalating dispute. Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the UAE (United
Arab Emirates) support the new military government in Egypt
but want laws passed to help protect the billions of dollars in
investment Gulf state investors are willing to make in Egypt.
The Egyptian war against the Moslem Brotherhood has done a
lot of damage to this nationwide organization. The Brotherhood
owned a lot of businesses and social welfare organizations and
these have largely been seized or shut down. Yet the Brotherhood
continues to survive, mainly because the Brotherhood was
intent on doing something about the corruption and government
inefficiency. Unfortunately, the Brotherhood has an extremist
wing that always demands extremist solutions and that always
causes problems with the government and most Egyptians.
On the Syrian border Israel is working more with Syrian rebels
(except ISIL) to help stop Iran from establishing a presence in
the area so they can launch attacks into Israel. Iranians have been
bragging about doing this and Iran has sent more senior officers
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the Israeli border. Iran is also
bringing in thousands of additional Iranian volunteers to join
rebel militias in the fight against the rebels. Naturally the rebels
oppose this Iranian effort and now see Israel as an ally. Israel has
provided support for the rebels with the understanding that the
rebels would not attack Israel and would help prevent anyone
else from doing so. Thus Israel stays in contact with the Syrian
rebels across its border, provides medical treatment (for over
2,000 rebels and civilians so far) and attacks Hezbollah and
Syrian Army targets when there is any fire into Israel from the
Syrian side. The rebels often provide Israel with data on where
hidden Syrian Army or Hezbollah units are, providing Israeli
warplanes and artillery with precise and conformed targets.
While some of these “cooperative rebels” are Islamic radicals
and will eventually turn on Israel if given a chance, for the
moment the policy is “the enemy of my enemy is my friend.”
The U.S. and Israel are divided by what the Israelis see as
an American effort to reduce pressure on Iran over the Iranian
nuclear program in return for more cooperation in defeating
ISIL. The Arab countries openly back Israel in this dispute
and fear America might leave them at the mercy of a nucleararmed Iran.
March 5, 2015: The Palestinian government (PLO) in the
West Bank has decided to stop security cooperation with Israel.
This is in response to Israel withholding tax payments. That
was in response to the PLO trying to join the ICC (International
Criminal Court) so that it could better agitate for prosecuting
Israel for war crimes (basically anything Israel does to defend
itself against Palestinian terrorism). The withholding of $127
million a month makes it impossible to pay the many PLO
civil servants. It’s these thousands of jobs that keeps the PLO
in business because otherwise Palestinians regard the PLO
leadership as corrupt and inefficient.
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In Gaza Israel has documented Hamas impeding rebuilding
(damage from the 2014 50 Day War) by buying or seizing cement
and other building materials meant for rebuilding homes and
businesses and instead using it to rebuild military installations
(tunnels and bunkers) and building more rockets. These are
seen regularly being test fired out into the Mediterranean. Even
the aid groups there have seen all this diversion of resources
and complained about it. Hamas ignores the complaints and
continues preparing for another war despite the fact that these
complaints mean a lot of groups who pledged rebuilding money
are refusing to deliver until assured that the cash will be used
for rebuilding.
March 3, 2015: In Egypt (Cairo) three bombs went off. One
of the explosions was outside a court building and that killed
two people. The other explosions caused no casualties. There
were a similar series of small bomb attacks on February 26
that left one person dead. All these bombs were crudely made
and may have all come from one radical group that does not
have access to powerful explosives or an expert bomb builder.
An Egyptian court ordered members of Hamas arrested and
Hamas assets seized. This comes a week after Egypt declared
Hamas a terrorist organization. Hamas called on other Arab
states to protest and attempt to reverse what Egypt was doing.
For the moment that isn’t happening. Another court suspended
the March 22 parliamentary elections until arguments over how
election districts will be set up can be settled. Egypt has not had
a functioning parliament since 2012 when a court shut it down
after deciding that a third of the members were elected illegally.
The new government comes from the same wealthy and military
families that supported the decades old Mubarak dictatorship and
they are apparently trying to figure out how to get a compliant (or
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can stop these Scuds, as well as the other long range (about
200 kilometers) rockets Hezbollah has received from Iran
and Syria.
March 1, 2015: In Egypt (Aswan) a bomb went off near a
police station killing two people and wounding five, including
a policeman. Aswan is a tourist area in the south and this is the
first such attack since 2013.
Israel announced the arrest of three Israeli Jews who were
paid $375,000 by a Palestinian smuggling gang to illegally get
$30 million worth of prohibited items (structural steel, some
electronics and other goods) into Gaza by having them hidden
in shipments of legitimate goods. The three Israelis owned
companies that supplied legal items to Gaza. Six Palestinians
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February 26, 2015: Egypt and France signed a $5.75 billion
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Egypt. This includes 24 Rafale jet fighters. France is financing
(loaning the money) for over 60 percent of all this.
February 25, 2015: President Sisi of Egypt has granted new
powers to the security forces when their work involves Islamic
terrorists. This gives the security forces wide and unhindered
authority to declare a group “terrorists” and then easily arrest
and keep in custody members of these groups. Many Egyptians
fear these new powers will be abused and include anyone who
opposes the government. Also worrying is the inability of the
courts to convict any of the Mubarak era officials of corruption
and to reverse convictions obtained before the military coup
in 2012. At the same time courts have been sentencing prodemocracy activists to jail for holding demonstrations or simply
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a consistent theory of particles and forces that form the neutron
and the proton known as quantum chromodynamics. Today, we
know that protons and neutrons are composed of “up quarks”
and “down quarks.” The proton is made of one down and two
up quarks, while the neutron is composed of one up and two
down quarks.
Simulations on supercomputers over the last few years
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results from the energy carried by their quark constituents in
accordance with Einstein’s formula E=mc2. However, a small
contribution from the electromagnetic field surrounding the
electrically charged proton should make it about 0.1 percent
more massive than the neutral neutron. The fact that the neutron
mass is measured to be larger is evidently due to the different
masses of the quarks, as Fodor and his team have now shown
in extremely complex simulations.
For the calculations, the team developed a new class
of simulation techniques combining the laws of quantum
chromodynamics with those of quantum electrodynamics in
order to precisely determine the effects of electromagnetic
interactions. By controlling all error sources, the scientists
successfully demonstrated how finely tuned the forces of
nature are.
Professor Kurt Binder is Chairman of the Scientific Council
of the John von Neumann Institute for Computing (NIC) and
member of the German Gauss Centre for Supercomputing.
Both organizations allocate computation time on JUQUEEN
to users in a competitive process. “Only using world-class
computers, such as those available to the science community
at Forschungszentrum Jülich, was it possible to achieve this
milestone in computer simulation,” says Binder. JUQUEEN
was supported in the process by its “colleagues” operated by the
French science organizations CNRS and GENCI as well as by
the computing centres in Garching (LRZ) and Stuttgart (HLRS).
The results of this work by Fodor’s team of physicists
from Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Centre de Physique
Théorique de Marseille, Eötvös University Budapest, and
Forschungszentrum Jülich open the door to a new generation
of simulations that will be used to determine the properties of
quarks, gluons, and nuclear particles. According to Professor
Kálmán Szabó from Forschungszentrum Jülich, “In future, we
will be able to test the standard model of elementary particle
physics with a tenfold increase in precision, which could possibly
enable us to identify effects that would help us to uncover new
physics beyond the standard model.”
Story Source: The above story is based on materials provided
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An elderly couple go to church one Sunday.
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Marie turned to her and said, “Oh, am I driving?”
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By L Frank Baum
Chapter 5 - Continued
“Being your friends and relatives, Princess Dorothy, they
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splendid furniture and things,” protested Dorothy, gravely.
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grow an’ the chickens are playing. Then it would seem more
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“No; they shall first see me in my Throne Room,” replied
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to having her own way.
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domed chamber in the center of the palace. Here stood the
royal throne, made of solid gold and encrusted with enough
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“Are you ready, Dorothy?” asked the Ruler.
“I am,” replied Dorothy; “but I don’t know whether Aunt
Em and Uncle Henry are ready.”
“That won’t matter,” declared Ozma. “The old life can have
very little to interest them, and the sooner they begin the new
life here the happier they will be. Here they come, my dear!”
As she spoke, there before the throne appeared Uncle Henry
and Aunt Em, who for a moment stood motionless, glaring with
white and startled faces at the scene that confronted them. If
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sure they would have laughed at the two strangers.
Aunt Em had her calico dress skirt “tucked up,” and she wore
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Uncle Henry, when the summons came, had been out in the
barn “doin’ chores.” He wore a ragged and much soiled straw
hat, a checked shirt without any collar and blue overalls tucked
into the tops of his old cowhide boots.
“By gum!” gasped Uncle Henry, looking around as if
bewildered.
“Well, I swan!” gurgled Aunt Em in a hoarse, frightened
voice. Then her eyes fell upon Dorothy, and she said: “D-d-ddon’t that look like our little girl--our Dorothy, Henry?”
“Hi, there--look out, Em!” exclaimed the old man, as Aunt
Em advanced a step; “take care o’ the wild beastses, or you’re
a goner!”
But now Dorothy sprang forward and embraced and kissed
her aunt and uncle affectionately, afterward taking their hands
in her own.
“Don’t be afraid,” she said to them. “You are now in the
Land of Oz, where you are to live always, and be comfer’ble
an’ happy. You’ll never have to worry over anything again,
‘cause there won’t be anything to worry about. And you owe
it all to the kindness of my friend Princess Ozma.”
Here she led them before the throne and continued:
“Your Highness, this is Uncle Henry. And this is Aunt Em.
ACROSS
1. Anagram of “Wade”
5. Son of Ra (Egyptian
mythology)
8. Stair
12. No (slang)
13. Alewife fish
15. Threesome
16. Journey
17. Appointed
18. Wool
19. Met
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63. Empower
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65. Fertilizer ingredient
66. Behaved violently
67. Assemble or modify
written material
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particles
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7. Anagram of “Sure”
8. Where a pig lives
9. Write out a speech
10. Ireland
11. Cornbread
13. A leech
14. Gifted
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26. A cetacean
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30. Stilettos
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53. Beige
55. Chew
56. The boundary of
a surface
57. Regretted
58. Assistant
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Asia Minor
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They want to thank you for bringing them here from Kansas.”
Aunt Em tried to “slick” her hair, and she hid the dish-towel
and dish under her apron while she bowed to the lovely Ozma.
Uncle Henry took off his straw hat and held it awkwardly in
his hands.
But the Ruler of Oz rose and came from her throne to greet
her newly arrived guests, and she smiled as sweetly upon them
as if they had been a king and queen.
“You are very welcome here, where I have brought you for
Princess Dorothy’s sake,” she said, graciously, “and I hope you
will be quite happy in your new home.” Then she turned to her
courtiers, who were silently and gravely regarding the scene, and
added: “I present to my people our Princess Dorothy’s beloved
Uncle Henry and Aunt Em, who will hereafter be subjects of
our kingdom. It will please me to have you show them every
kindness and honor in your power, and to join me in making
them happy and contented.”
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Hearing this, all those assembled bowed low and respectfully
to the old farmer and his wife, who bobbed their own heads
in return.
“And now,” said Ozma to them, “Dorothy will show you the
rooms prepared for you. I hope you will like them, and shall
expect you to join me at luncheon.”
So Dorothy led her relatives away, and as soon as they were
out of the Throne Room and alone in the corridor, Aunt Em
squeezed Dorothy’s hand and said:
“Child, child! How in the world did we ever get here so
quick? And is it all real? And are we to stay here, as she says?
And what does it all mean, anyhow?”
Dorothy laughed.
“Why didn’t you tell us what you were goin’ to do?” inquired
Uncle Henry, reproachfully. “If I’d known about it, I’d ‘a put
on my Sunday clothes.”
“I’ll ‘splain ever’thing as soon as we get to your rooms,”
promised Dorothy. “You’re in great luck, Uncle Henry and
Aunt Em; an’ so am I! And oh! I’m so happy to have got you
here, at last!”
As he walked by the little girl’s side, Uncle Henry stroked
his whiskers thoughtfully. “’Pears to me, Dorothy, we won’t
make bang-up fairies,” he remarked.
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