Letters to the editor: Week of Feb. 9

Clean up after your pets

To the editor:

The sheer pleasure of a walk through the village of Cazenovia on any given morning or afternoon can quickly sour due to the dog waste littering our sidewalks and paths. It is unsanitary, unsightly, and un-neighborly. Many dog owners consistently and responsibly pick up after their dogs, and the community is better for it. Is there any legitimate rationale for not joining in?

Jud Staller


Chilly Chili a great success due to many

To the editor:

On behalf of Cazenovia Children's House we wholeheartedly wish to thank all those who supported the Seventh Annual Chilly Chili 5K Run/Walk. Proceeds from this race benefit CCH programs and tuition assistance. The continued generous support for this race enables CCH to provide early care and education to the children of our community.

Many thanks to the 2011 Chilly Chili sponsors

Cazenovia Jewelry - Presenting Sponsor; Aquafina, Bryant and Stratton College, Cazenovia College, Chary Griffin - Hunt Realty, Cooperstown Brewing Company, Eagle Newspapers, Fleet Feet Sports, Gail Boone - T-shirt design, Head to Toe Athletics, Key Bank, Madison County Courier, Manlius Office Supply, National Grid, Oneida Bank, Price T, Riehlman, Shafer & Shafer, Stevie D and the Spare Parts - Band, Sywest Medical Technologies, Tim Scanlon- Poster and Website design, WSYR News Channel 9 and 106.9 WSYR.

Food and beverage sponsors

Angel's Deli, Brae Loch Inn (People's Choice Chili Award), Cazenovia College, Caz Pizza, Circa, Cooperstown Brewing Company, Lincklaen House, Nonpareils, Subway of Cazenovia, The Foggy Goggle Restaurants & Sports Bar, The Golden Pheasant Restaurant, The Purple Salamander Caf The "20" Restaurant and Steakhouse (Judged the Best Chili in Town), Tops Friendly Markets.

Many thanks to over 100 volunteers

Community residents, high school students, Clay Fredericks - our 2011 Chilly Guy, Cazenovia College students, Jessica Amidon from Caz Cans, Cazenovia Children's House staff and the student's for their fine art work, Kurt Wheeler, the Cazenovia girl's Indoor Track Team, and the race route volunteers who braved the extreme cold, kept everyone on course and cheered the runners on to a great finish!

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