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The freeman's journal. (Cooperstown, N.Y.) 1924-1996, April 21, 1996, Image 6

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t. I. £ i - 4 ' f ■; ; . ..... 6 □ April 21.1996 PRSEMAN’S JOURNAL Community Calendar Events throughout the spring and into the summer season Clinics Ongoing COOPERSTOWN - TTie Otsego County singing Service will hold lib and >wtng If s: Public Health Nursing, 242 .Main ublic Health Nurs imps, n B (pediatric) at the following loca- liamunizaiions clinics for DPT. Td. . measles, mumps, rubella. Mib and hepa»-. blrc Health Nursing, i St., Oneonta. 6-7 p.ro. April 25. Fox Internal Medicine Oncology Famdy Practice. 41-43 Dietz St., Oneonta. 9- 11:4S a.m. April 27; Cherry Valley Health Center, (Thefry Valley. 9- iO>a.m. May 3; Public Health Nursing. 242 Main St.. Oneonta. 9-iO a.m. May 3. Cimraes April 23 COOPERSTOWN - A new course. The will be held from 4:30-7:30 p.m. at the Herkimer BOCES to benefit Scholars for Dollars. Entertainment Ongoing ONEONTA - All seniors are welcome to attend the spring series of Intergenerational Storytelling programs “ luntyatK “ y the Upper Community Council of the Arts. TTie pro- scheto 547-1014 or 264-3059. Ttclcets will be available at Augur's Corner Btmk Store. 73 Main St. Cooperstown. Oopeistown Continuing Educadon Program 6-8 p.m. April i id May I — plus SIS for materials. The limit is 10 stu- Hne Art of Photography, is being offered by the Cooperstown Continuing nateriais. dents per class. For information and to register, cal! 547-5512. Dance Ongoing CHERRY VALLEY - Nancy Sloan, adult education coordinator at the Cherry Valley-Springfield Central School, has announo^ two dance classes among the program's spring offenngs Both classes begin April 23 and run for six weeks Beginnir Sandy Hisen will be held from 6.45-8 pm throughout Otsego County at Head Stait centers through May 7. The p ro^am , administered locally by the Up (2atsfcill ouncil of the ■ gram schedule is: 10 a.m. April 22. Mourn Vision Head Start, Route 205; I a m. Apfit 23. Richfield Springs Head Start, St. John’s Episcopal Chnrch. 51 Main St; 11:20 am. April 24, Edmeston Head Start. Edmeston Cemial School. North Street 9 a m . Apri Head Start 1. Atonement Church, 1 Center .St,; 9 30 a.m. April 29, Oneonta Head Stmi 2, Home Economics Building. SUCO (far right door); 10am . Apnl 30, Schenevus Head Start, Grange Building, Main Street; 11 a m . May 7. rooperstown Head Stan. Presbyterian Church. 25 Church S t April 2 1 MORRIS - The Bunemut Valley Arts and Crafts Center, Mam Street. Morris, will hosi Rene Ellioti's slide show and talk on Moms m History from 2-4 p.m. Stafford Ordi^l will play piano, and refreshments Etc. Ongoing VESTAL - The Four County Libraty System Outreach and Bookmobile Schedule is as follows; Thuisday. April 25 ■ Camp Brace. MasonvHle. 8>8:30 a.m.'. Reinhaidl Oil Company. West Oneom a 10:30-11 a m .; Main Street. Schenevus. 12:30-1 p.ro.;. fire station. Westforel,‘l;l5-2 p.m.; Route 165. South Valley. 2:15-2:40 p.m.; fire station, Middlefteld. 3:15-4 p.m.; Main S o ^ t. Portiandville. 4:30-5 p.ro. Friday. April 26 - Methodic CfeHreh, Fly Creek, 8 ^ 0 -9 a.m.; post office, Schuyler Lake, 9:15* 9:35 a.m.; post office, Garrattsville, 10:35-10:55 a.m.; post office. Mount Vision. 12:10-12:30 p.m.; library. Lames BOCES. 12:40-1:05 p.m.; library. Laurens, I :QS- i :30 p.m.; Baptist Church.' Wells Bridge. 2-2:SO p.m. ONEONTA - A.O. Fos Memorial Hospital is offering four sets of evening p.n), Oentils Holley, resident ogeitcy of the Seerei Sendee - Syracuse Office wffl be ihe spmkei for. the program on new U.S. ciBKttoy ajid counterfeit money. Ibe program is free.. May 2 ONBOJiTA - Representatives from non­ profit organizations alf over central New York will gailierat the Srate Oniveraity Colfoge .at Oneonta for the second annual ■ Nonprofit LeaderahSp Conference. The (ronferonce wlllbe M d in the Morris Conference eenter, sponsored by the ■ * Nonprofit Ceadership rnT bscpnfeiEnee e c o i' Forum. Itj opens at 8:39a,m. rithareglsaation ioiumistbet formalion. call the Center for Economic and Development at 436-2134. olQse.s at 4t4S p.m, with e ! o f $3T. te-re^stmtiott mnst fee done April S9. Rsf more informaiion, ca die Center for Bconomie an Oommunity isselL Reiter. 8 Natural COQKiRSTOWN • Bassett Healthrare's Department of Nursing Vacation and Research will bori “Moving Organizations Toward Resean^ hours for mammography screening. May 7 .9 , 1 4 and 16 mammograms will be per­ formed from S-9 p.in. Women must have a physician’s referral for the test and pre- register b y calling 4 3 1 -5010. icing w y H from die Red Mill Studio, held fror with Sam ■9 p.m. F< SHoan at 264-3265 irdi^l w will he served April 24 8 p Couples Dance with Sandy Hisen, will be held from 8-9 p.m. For more mtormaiion. c.all New V ork Ciiy Gala Benef Gltmmergla<is Gpera .oskiails d i p m unThe Promenade I O will be held with April 27 SCHENEVUS The Schenevus R..iarv to benefit Little League HfcKKlMbR ■ A public spaehclti dinner COOPERSTOWN - The eighth annual ■ifthe New York State Theater at Lincoln Cenier Tickets to the New Yoik City ben- efii are S'50 Sponsor uckets are $500. and benetai tor ttckeis we $ 1.000. A benefactor lahle <>» 10 IS $M).(kk) For Uckets and fur- iher information, call (212) 874-5457 (1 K i PF.R s TOWN The Women s Club I I I'tiperstown will hold a card party at p nil at t'hnsi C’hureh Parish House in benefii the Women's Club s. holarvhip Fund and other comraumly pfi'ieviv For inlcets or information, call April 22 ObffiONTA - The State University College at Oneonta wilt present an expert on the ethics o f suicide and vegerative states in a special lecture^discusston at 8 p.m. in O aven Lounge at the Morns Conference Center. Wade L. Robisom the Ezra A. Hale professor o f Applied Ethics at the Rochester Institute of Technology, wtll present a talk tided \Decisions and Doubts: R«rent Confooversies Concerning Death and Dying.” For further informa­ tion about Robison's lecuire. contact Professor James Presran o f the SUCO Anthropology Deparancut at 436-3511. April 24 COOPERSTOWN - The U S. Secret Service and Wilber Natianal Bank will present “Know Your Money” at Cwpersiuw n Cential School from 7-9 S47-6816. COOPERSTOWN - Tbo local deigy and --------------------- twill be paific' ‘ yofi^era£t It rakes place the S is Hiutsday of May each year. Tlie local g^eting will be one of nrany such ^ th - ONEONTA - A Long Tam Cue Fair and Ftmrni will Ire sixmss^ the Otsego CbBtiQr Ogios fi» the Aging and Ite Otsego County C o in^ of SenforCtizens. tnc. Hiaewi0beentaaiaineTa.f(Hda3id^ssd:- era. Evoy hour, will f» !^»3km with tuief pie^iaiiffiB cm h^Jicaie, Msliraid, EPIC, fitiraia} diiKloR^ L ie irainance, Ho^nce. raiising siri a&k honiK. Ibe Rut ami fimun win be teld fion 10 ajn. to 3 pjiL at (he (kHsmtaOksOubi. Fcr nare infoffpntirtn, call Ctuolc Mead at the Office fiff to A^ng at S47-6468, Mky 4 * SOtHB VI^R^STER • White spruce setsjilipgs will fie availabte free of charge ai riiepropcfl^' of feHittfianal foreistjy ctJEKHlte Reniy iferosit. ttegs wifi be diseitated fri any tpanti^all toy long. Htoselnteted-shoHldMna their own coiKtdiiem Follow coiin^Rpflt«'4S top SoafltWotcester. RcroaitfspropetQr is locfiid St fins number 4Q0>B. May ^3 CO0PERSTOWN-I PhD.autorof\ ‘ W<mdefDrog-l Basaett Hsal^-caro a fses public pie- sentsfioti at ? p.iri. in the Bassett Hall AudItoriDm an Beaver Street Exhibits April 26 (XIOMSSTOWN • Galleiy S3 Artworks, i 18 Mmo S l . win open a new show for spring da«ed “FuU Cirole.” which will serve as a fontm for works that discass to irever-cndBng cycle of Hfe. The show will sun thraugb May 24. Call Calleiy S3 at S47-56SS to find out more. - Meetings April 25 OMOMA • The organirailtm meeting for the Commission on Ckmununity Relarions and Human Rights has been schetoiled for 4 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Common Council (□lainbeis, City Hall. 258 Main SL M a y 2 0 ONEONTA - The ADD/AJ3HD POnmi Soppost Gicnip will bold a meeting, “Putting the tosss Togeil®;” ftsmi 7-9 pm at t o Holiday imt Re-ie^suatfon is teepted oik I can ha dimw calling lha fipaaial Erfueatinti Training and RKOonre C e i^ at 652-7531. fonning acrnisert at to SaspeltantB Visfliey pupfat CStaiEb at 3 p m A wifi be received. For more infoimaiiotior fe (fireetions to t o cuiSh. «sfi 432-^3‘. April 24-26 .ONEONTA - ITis Unitarian Univensalist Society of Oneonta wifi hold Its attnuai Spring Rummage Sale fortoconunonity at t o Utdiarian UnivetsaJist Cltureh, 12 Ifond Ave. ftom nomi to 6 pm, Wefesstoy, April 24,9 am. to 8 pm; Ttoisday. April 25 and 9 a.m. R) noon Friday. April 26. For further infoimation. cril 432-8575. 6543.432-6554 o r-^2-3491. April 26 COOPERSTOWN • Open Hand Theater win perform \The ferj^nfs Bso^ter,\ a performance for children with puppera mid music at 7 pm. in the Sterling Auditorinm at Cooperstown Middle/High Sskaol. For uiformarion,trail 293-6124. Thepsifor- mance is sponsored by KidStuff and t o Cooperatown Ctracem Series. Wurkshops April 23, s o ONEONTA. The Upper Catskill Community Cnoncfi f»i t o Alts in Oieonta is extending its series of ofiavsitool niitk- s I k ^ to ckdEBi (to to t o p t ^ larity. Aiiist Itoid Lulalt wifi benmiming April 23 to inmuct a class on t o prinriplB of animariim. Also, Oraig l^ ttog vriO be piraeming ■■ d.v.'i on 3-D constnxritoi cm 30.6mi closres wifi be held in to . ............ sfitHnStSe-Sp. April 21 ONEONTA - &muuis Caatoi^. forawn eBtBs t o country as soloist with t o “toy td Diawvay” television piojpsHn. will Is ps-- May / ONEONTA - Bassett Healtoare will tost a fos HIV Teaciring D ^ fhmn 12:15-5 p m in t o Cektoalkm Rotm in t o Shineman flattwkik OoUege. AO nurses and sioff finim boine health o ipniaiiim fK»- pto moring tumres aid other h^fii agro- dss providing 4sre for patiente wifo HIV are enrouraged to aramd. ^ r^isaraton tnfonnat!on,can Doris Hill at S47-3N5. Letters Continued from Page 4 pletm g projects such as hisuirreal research. Sfid at our m a n s spe. lal events ihrotighoul (he sear < >ui s.-i unieers base talents m m.ms areas and help u- intorm ihe puhl.. ah.'.;- New York s illustrious p.isi ansi A m e n can culture If other indivitJudls ssithin the com m u n ity w o u ld like to hes.ane a volunteer at uur m u s e u m s and Research Librarv please sail me at i 6 0 7 ) 5 4 7 .) 4 2 I Sm c e ieiv. h n k a Islelson Vsilutrteer Csuirdinator LWV encourges health funding To the Editor In the 19% New York Slate Legislative s^sion. the League of W o n ^ Voters of the C(uqjMStown Area urges support o f fond- ing for school based heaifo ssmrets. This issue was set faiwmd in the last legjslarive s^ io ii as Assembly Bin S3I n » l was trever votol o a Beimving medical care is a must for all children, school-based health centers can provide gieady itoded South Valley prt'.enme care through health '■u''.;ni’ assevsments and immu- ' li ons while also providing acute . a.'-: *1r . minor medical problejiTS for .hiiiimii within die school popula- >M>r, By .implifying access to care. i.lcnis may seek it more regularly and begin to establish a lifetime rou­ tine lit taking tesponsibility for theif I'wn health Over time this will iranslate to lower health care costs av well d-s healthier students, fami- hes and communities Sincerely, hiien TiHapaugh, President Teresa Drerup. Director of Streiad Rab expresses her thanks after win To the Editor On March 30 at Slade Auditoiiuni, Hartwtek CfoUege. f had the honor being crowned Miss Otsego Dranty T^n-Agw 19$5. The pagemit was a wondetfoU^ organised day's activities in which various topics regarding aaRitton, cosmetology mid posture where pre­ sented. The camaraderie and friend­ ships formed that day mmfo it troly memortfole. I would like to thank everyone involved in the pageant for dedicrat- ing much time and energy to the youth of our area, especially Edson and Virginia White and Mr. Richoid Gillespie. 1 am also niost grateful to the following businesses who pro­ vided my prizes: The Silversmith; Marilyn Theologes; Cahill's Photo; Southside Cinema; Gary's Bowers; Holiday Lanes; Mane Street Hair Cutlets; Alpine Ski Hut; Interskate 88; K-Mart; Little Panda; Holiday Inn; Hamburger Hall of Fame; Southside Salon; J.C. Penney; Ziin's Shoes; Oipheus TTieaBe; Neptune Diiier. Showcase Cinema; Oneonta Theater. Dream Mashine; McDonald's; Ponderosa; Cosfo Studio; Oneonta Snom Pa^; Morey’s; Alice Blue Gown; Pizzaiand; Cooperstown Fun Pari^; Down Under. Multi Media World; Wendy Wade Dance; Gift Bastot Depot: Princip^ly Saints; W^- Ma^ Golden Guem^y; Coatverie Americana Htdl o f Fan»; 18t9 House; TJ*s Pliree: Around the House; House of Bi^es; and Mr. andhte. Angela Rah Miss Otsego County Teen-Ager Continued from Page 7 oftenuren. , j,,. ^ . Lelond Mabie and Charley Brodie attended die highway su|rer- intendenfs’ dinner at the Homestead in CoHieisville on Monday nighu April IS. Debbie Brodie and her children. Rmihel. Jaime, Brandy and Tony, and Desdny and I^vin Miller went Atwell ----- out to McDonald's in Oneonta for t o cream on Monday night Brodie's. Biididay go out this week to shfinnon IVhibie. Laura Black, John Holmes. Mamis Mdbie. Donnie Gnge. David BItrek. Beny Gage. George Webster, Brian Ltm^ Jr.. Put Mabie. 6e»y Bowen, Qtris HickUng and Ridiard Hansen Jr. Artnivereory wisties go out to Chip aitd Myera st^ Leland andPdlMiiljie. Don't forget the 3fst Annual Schoharie County Maple Festival ai Ihe CoblesktII fairgrounds on Saturday. April 27. Please c^l Caro! Brodie at 264- 322S with any news for the Soudi Valley area. Continued fooni Page 3 (tho^ white mountain rolls) wohs thiongb rite syrupy ftagrance o f the pastriK. At 6;2S a-OL. 1 go forward into the shop to watch for first cus­ tomers. O ris is r i ^ Tto door’s hardly unlocked when custoirieis Stan opening it Ute first is John “Oodles’’ Rtros, master mechanic and social crific. wearing dmt t r ^ - mai^ scowl that mr^ fool some but n o ^ y e l ^ Oodles has ambled down foom Mobil for a first cup o f coffee. \Need a jump-start for the day,\ be .tells file. No Danish to go widt it? \Nope wotchio' my figure.” he says. Femthing out to pat the front o f his T-sb^: it’s under considerable strain. He winks, and the yellow beafo splits in an imp’s ^ n . Oodte gives Chris z tollow, early-moming version o f foe bard time he lays on all of us, ai^ he’s pleased wfren she good-naforedly marches him point for polnL He likes a w m ^ opimnsni. Nest is BecRy Welsli from Bowenstowfo la ftsre a least one mmtting a week for an old- fasitioned - like an addfot who nKdsafis.\ Cathy Raddatz agrees. “My son loves the chocolate dougiuuis. but I go for the old-fasbtoneds. \Then Cathy describes what draws the regulora to Schneider's • beyond foe good hra 2 d, cokes and pastries. “This is one of the friendli^ shops in toivn.\ she said. “So low- key and arreommodating.” ^ she spoke. 1 foouglit of the ^ifoal bak- eis vfoose deft work I’d admiR^ fisr bouts, and o f Chris and her gen­ tle banter with Oodles and other customers. Cafoy has it right It’s the aonns- ptesre that mat^ for Schneider’s repeat business - not to meniion all that ttelicious stuff. 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