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

GUEST COLUMN

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

Volunteer Center seeking Man, Woman of the Year

The Baldwinsville Volunteer Center is looking for nominations for its Annual Man and Woman Volunteer of the Year Awards. Nominations are due by Friday, Feb. 27.

Not just KBR anymore: Baker revamps PTSA

The Baker High School PTSA would like to inform you of its shift in focus — in an attempt for continuous growth, we are proud to announce we’re no longer just KBR anymore.

FROM THE ASSEMBLY: Vaccines vital to public health

In the Central New York area, there have been two suspected cases of mumps in local schools this winter. These reports have understandably spurred discussions and concerns and accordingly it is important to know about New York’s vaccination requirements, childhood safety, and ways you can help protect your families from diseases that were once thought to be eradicated.

LIBRARY FOCUS: Come in from the cold at the Baldwinsville Public Library

There’s a lot to do right here in the library including a rescheduled talk on Central New York’s brewing heritage at 10 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 26, and Morning Coffee with elected officials, a new program scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. Thursday, March 5. Come on down and see what’s happening.

FROM THE LEGISLATURE: County government heading in the right direction

While opening the receipt for my county property tax bill this week, my mind flashed over every controversial issue that confronted the legislature in 2014. To say the least, the year was full of highs and lows. However, when I looked at the bottom line of that tax bill, I knew we got the most important thing right.

L'pool Dollars for Scholars campaign takes place March 1

From 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday, March 1, student volunteers will make phone calls to district residents, family members, and friends to seek donations for Dollars for Scholars, the volunteer community organization that raises money for scholarships for Liverpool High School graduating seniors.

GUEST COLUMN: Five Star Urgent Care explains fact, fiction around nasal congestion

Find out which treatments are helpful or harmful

Five Star Urgent Care explains the truth behind nasal congestion symptoms that arise during the frigid winter season.

Cook family thanks community for its support

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

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

LIVIN' IN LIVERPOOL: New trapper in town, minus the fee

When all this snow starts to melt next month, the familiar odor of skunks will befoul our neighborhoods, and woodchucks will begin burrowing under porches and sheds. But take heart -- there’s a new trapper in town.

FROM THE ASSEMBLY: Seeking nominations for 3rd annual Women of Distinction Awards

To honor our history of equality and progress, I’m hosting my third annual Women of Distinction Awards ceremony. It will be held in March in conjunction with Women’s History Month to recognize some of the most accomplished women from our area.

NOPL news: North Syracuse yearbooks wanted

Volunteers have been working for months at the Genealogy and History Department at the Central Library in downtown Syracuse, scanning thousands of documents and making them publicly available online. As this work continues, it has been expanded to include historical and genealogical items located in other area libraries.

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From the Perrson family: Every adventure has an end

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

Please park responsibly at Fairchild Hill trail head

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: Parking for the CPF Fairchild Hill trail at the south end of Cazenovia Lake is generously provided by the Trush family behind the brown building at the south end of the lake, but only if trail users do not block truck delivery traffic behind the building.

Thanks for a successful Winterfest Pancake Breakfast

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: Cazenovia American Legion Post 88 would like to thank Carl Stearns of Stearns Farms, Jim Barr of Brae Loch Inn, Bill Tilison of Dave's Diner, Scoutmaster George Schmit and BSA Troop 18, Anna Marie Neuland and the GCACC for their help in making the Winterfest Pancake Breakfast a wonderful success.

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