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Times. (Walworth, New York) 1990-1996, July 10, 1990, Image 5

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Children's, . .,. . I llusttator :to Present d. Program at ~alworth ~eely Ubrary The Walworth Seely Public Library announces that it will welcome Rochester artist Scott Broxholm to the library on Tuesday, July 17, from 10:30- . 11:30 a.m. Scott has worked as an illustrator for the children's newspaper The Pennywhistle Press, and is a former artist-in-residence at the Allendale - Columbia School. With the help of local young would-be authors, Scott will create a story for Gorey, his favorite monster! Along the way, the children will learn the steps that are part of the making of a children's picture book. This program is designed for youngsters in first through sixth grade. Attendance is limited, so register by July 14 at the library, or by calling 597-9679. This program is madebpossible in part with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts decentralization program. The decentralization program is administered in Wayne County by the Wayne County Council'for the Arts. *************.**** The Walworth-Seely Public Library invites all current and former storyhour TOWN OF WALWORTH Legal Notice NOTICE OF FILING COMPLETED ASSESSMENT ROLL WITH CLERK AFTER GRIEVANCE . , DAY (pursuant to Section 516 of the Real Property Tax Law) NOTICE IS, HEREBY given that the Assessment Roll for the Town of Walworth in the County of Wayne fbr the year 1990 has been finally completed by the under- signed Assessor, and a certified copy .thereof will be filed \in the Office of the Town Clerk, on the,, 1st day of duly, 1990 where in -s.p- ~cti.6~~~~nli~s~~6t.6g~r~l the.same will remain $ o.pen + *A --A* to public Dated this l'si aay of July, 1990. John H. Aman, Assessor Town of Walworth TOWN OF WALWO'RTH Legal Nolice 'NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at a regular meeting held the 5th day of July, 1990, the Town Board, of the- Town of Walworth adopted a resolution, which resolution was adopted subject to a Per- missive Referendum pursuant to Article 7 'of the Town Law of the State of New York. The Resolution ,established a Capital Reserve Fund in an amount not to exceed $700,000.00 to acquire 'lands for and to construct and/or. develop a. Town Hall/ Library Complex with a Recreational Area and/or Playground' and/or Public Park, and authorize, the Supervisor to invest, from time to time, the monies of the fund pursuant to the general municipal law and provided that the expenditure should be made upon authorization- of the Town Board. Marcia Englert Town Clerk Town of Walworth TOWN OF WAtWORTH Legal Notice PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Town Board of the Town of Walworth, New York, after due public notice and public hearing adopted Local Law No. 5 of the year 1990 entitled \A Local Law Amending Chapter 30 entitled 'Zoning' of the Town of Walworth Municipal Code\ at a regular meeting thereof held on 5 July, 1990, which was duly entered in the minutes of the Town Board. Said Local Law shall take effect ten days after publishing this Notice once in the official newspaper but from the date of its service as against a person served personally with a copy thereof, certified by the Town Clerk; and showing the date of its,,passage and entry in the minutes. Said Local ~aw'p?oVides that Artiole\ I I I, Section. 30.32 -of the Municipal Code entitled \Zoning Map\ is-amended to pro- vide that the Zoning Map of the Town of Walworth shall be amended to show that the real property within tax account no. 30e 5-00-65841 8 be within the R20 Single FamiY Residential District. DATED: 5. Juiy; 1990. By Order of the'~own Board of the Town of Walworth Marcia P. Englert ; .Toy!!n Clerk 4' .9; children to march on Saturday, July-21 in the Walworth Festival Parade! Leave . your name' at the circulation desk, so that we can plan our display. The library is open Mondays and ~ednesda~s from 11-5 and 7-9, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 1-5; Saturdays 9- 1. Woman's Aglow Fellowship ~eeting Woman's Aglow ~ellowshi~ will hold its monthly meeting on Thursday, July 12, 1990 at 10:OO a.m. at the Pines of Perinton clubhouse located off Whitney Road, just west of Route 250 in Fairport. The guest speaker will be Ann Reynolds of Elim Fellowship Women's Department. Lunch will be served at noon at no cost. Reservations will be greatly appreciated and can be made by calling 597-5187 or 377-0739 (leave message). Wayne County Fair To Host 2nd Annual Jamboree, Plus Sewing and Talent Contest The Wayne County Fair will be hosting their 2nd Annual Country - Jamboree on Sunday, August 5 from 1-9 p.m. at the Wayne Count,y Fair Grounds on Jackson Street in Palmyra. Dave Henri from DC country is the host band and promises eight full hors , . LL , ef=fcw~~stomping, . hand clapping country 2 ' music. ~dmission will be $2 per person. '- 2x 'This event will take place rain or shine. , There is' plenty of free parking and handieap parking available. Beverage and food concessions will also be avail- able. Bring the entire family for a fun filled day of country music and fun. Pamela Moll and Ruth Brown, Open Domestic Department Super- intendents announced that the top three entries ,in the: sewing categories will represent Wayne County in a,new State Fair competition. The entries will- be judged at the 1990 Wayne County Fkir, August 13-1 8. All top three entries from county fairs across New York State will compete at the 1990 New York State Fair. There are five sections and twenty one classes which include adults, party, special occasions, teenage . and hand sewing for this year's competition.. Each year, the New York State 'Fair will choose ,a different category for '. this competition in order to address a broad section of arts and crafts. If you would like more information on how you can be Wayne County's representa- tive, contact Pam M,oll at (315) 589- 3090 or Ruth Brown a (3 15) 5974324. -Can you sing, dance, play an instru- .,: ment, tell a joke? Enter the Wayne, . County Fair Talent Showcase : on Wednesday, August 15 at 7:00 p.m. The Talent Showcase is ohe of the many , FREE entertainment events at the Wayne County Fair, August 13 -'20, Jackson street, Palmyra: - . - The contest is- sponsored by ., ~ochester Coca-cola and is open to all am'afeur ' entertainers. Prizes will' be awarddd iniwo different age categories , - 12years and younger and '13 years and over. The winners will be going on to ; .compete at the \1990 New York State I I.e. ., . Fair\. , \ , ' For rules ' and entry ' application, contact ~ave Heckmann, Showcase Walworth Lions/Gananda Rotary ' Sponsor Counhy Jamboree The Walworth-Lions Club and the Gananda Rotary Club have combined forces to sponsor a night of Country Music and Family Fun. On Saturday, August 12, 1990, Rain or Shine, a Country Jamboree featuring four live bands will be held at Bullis Park on Canandaigua Road in Macedon. The event begins at noon and will run until 8:00 p.m. Admission to the event will be $5.00 per person, with children 12 and under admitted free. Parking will also be available at no charge. Food and Beverage concessions will be on site during the event. (Jamboree organizers ask that there be no alcoholic carry-ins; beer will be available on site): Bands scheduled to play for the Jamboree are \Josie Waverly and Genuine Country\ \Country Cousins\ %hortbread6and \Rosewood + One\. Advance sale tickets are available for this day of fun and music at: American Pool Supply, Walworth Pizza Express or Walworth Hardware on Main Street in Walworth, Times Printing and , , Publishing in the West Wayne Plaza in Macedon, Bob James Equipment on Route 3 1 F in Macedon, Cook's Country Store on Plank Road in Lincoln, and all Pal Mart Stores. Don't miss the fun! Tribute Paid to Dr. Larry Pedersen . 'Wayne County Industrial De- velopment Agency and Wayne Devel- opment Corporation members recently paid tribute to Gananda Superintendent of -Schook, :Dr. Larry 'R.-.Pedersen for 'his actiire $articipatioii~with the Econo- mic Development 'Corporation. Dr. Pedersen has served on the corporation's board and recefitly resigned after 17 years of volunteer service. In existence for over 20 years, the goal of the non-profit organizations is to inform and attract potential industrial development to Wayne County. Some of their accomplishments include Inter- national Electronics Corporation, Ultra Technologies, North American Filter corporation and the railroad. The cor- CORRECTION Please note our correction to an ad from the June26th issue for ERA DeVille Realty (back page). The property at 3141 Weidrick Road in Macedon was incorrectly listed at $69,900, The asking price is actually $89,900. We apologize for any confusion or inconvenience this may have caused. ERA DeVille Realty (31 5) 597-6800 VALID TUES., WED. THURS. ONLY Offer Good July 10, 11 and 12th only ccYour Neighb@ood -. .. . Pizzeria\\ M-Th. 4-9, Fri & Sat. 4-11, Sun. 4-9 poration continues to be instrumental in securing industrial development for Wayne County. Dr. Pedersen was presented with a plaque thanking him for his contribution to the county by Michael Alteri, the president of Wayne Economic Devel- opment Corporation. Mr. Alteri praised theschool superintendent and expressed sincere appreciationfor his many years of unselfish service. Wayne Central School District Ontario Center, NY 14520 Board of Education Organizational Meeting Agenda Wednesday, July 1 1,1990 7:00 p.m. - High School Cafeteria (Agenda subject to change) ' 1990-91 ANNUAL REORGANIZATION MEETING Order of Business 1. Call to Order by President of Board, 1989-90 2. Pledge of Allegiance 3. Appointment of Newly Elected Trustees: John W. Clark Jr., Andrew D. Lause, Ann K. Welker 4. District Clerk administers Oath to Newly Seated Trustees 5. Election of Board of Education Officers for 1990-91 - President, Vice President *Newly elected President chairs meeting 6. Appointment of District Officers for 1990-91 7. Appointment of District Officials for 1990-91 8. Designations for 1990-91 9. Authorizations for Chief School Officer for 1990-91 10. Bonding,of Personnel 11. Additional Designations and Authorizations- for 1990-91 Establishment of Petty Cash Funds for 1990-91 12. REGULAR BWSlNESS MEETING .Comments from the public Approval of minutes of Previous Meeting . SUPERINTENDENTOF SCHOOLS , .Policy RECESS Additional comments from the Public ltems-from the President of the Board EXECUTIVE SESSION Adjournment - I ,_, .= , . r.- 7 e <..>C.\X. XA * * L% .z .%dm ,%- -. * .w2.-. 44 9

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