Monday, August 8

Shirley A. Ertley

March 12, 1933 – July 30, 2022
Shirley A. Ertley, 89, of Clinton formerly of Waterville, passed away at home on July 30, 2022. She was born on March 12, 1933, to the late Arthur and Mildred (Davis) Kemp on the family farm. Shirley was a graduate of the Madison Central School…Click HERE for the complete obituary.

William G. Hazzard, Jr.

November 14, 1939 — July 31, 2022
William (Bill) George Hazzard Jr., 82, of Oriskany Falls, passed away July 31, 2022, at Community Memorial Hospital in Hamilton.He was born November 14, 1939, in Rome NY to William and Mary Radell Hazzard, and attended Oriskany Falls Schools…Click HERE for the complete obituary.

Valerie M. Bugbee

May 20, 1983 — August 1, 2022
Valerie M. Bugbee, 39, of Oriskany Falls, NY passed away August 1, 2022 at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Utica, NY. She was born on May 20,1983 in Hamilton, NY a daughter of Stephen and Judith Acker Bugbee. She was a graduate of Waterville Central School …Click HERE for the complete obituary.

Matt Chase and Thunder Canyon at the Bandstand



Village of Waterville
Waterville First
Waterville Public Library


***Important Update***
“4C’s is changing the cut-off time for ordering to Noon on Sundays.
Our vendors have requested we make the change,
in order to help them gather all the items in a timely fashion.”…/1FAIpQLSevSZKjJQ2…/viewform…
Take two minutes and get registered today!

Waterville Baptist Church

Youth Group is the 2nd and 4th Sunday Nights every month from 6-8pm.
All 6th-12th grade students are welcome for a time of food, games, songs & Bible study!
Register for the Route20Catholic Parish Pilgrimage to Auriesville Shrine on this link:

Waterville First

If you’re a vendor or plan to participate in the car show
please go to and click on the Cruisin’ link
to print your registration forms for 2022
Go to: @WatervilleFirst on Facebook for ongoing details.

Barton Hose Company

“Having a garage sale, cleaning out a house, a basement or a garage?
Please keep the Barton Hose Company’s Annual Donation Auction in mind.
Contact Bob at 315-316-6000 to arrange pick up of your items.
Please no books, clothing, exercise equipment
All items will be up for auction the first Saturday in November.”
Bookworms Early Literacy Registration is OPEN!
Back to a full September – May schedule, meeting twice a week for 1 hour.
This program is free to the community and designed for ages 3-4 years old.
While caregivers are required to stay on library property, at the comfort of the child
they are welcome to enjoy other parts of the building while we play!
In Bookworms love to read, play, wonder, and enjoy time together!
Learn More and Register Here:
Summer Reading Forms can be completed online too!
So no worries if you can’t make it to the library, lose yours, or just want to get your name in there
before the raffle drawings (July 28 & August 25). Yes, you can still pick up your mini prize the next time you visit too
(freeze pop, ocean sticker, sparkling water, inspirational chocolate, or tangerine tea)!
Kids 5-11:
Teens 12-18:
*Kids 0-4 have their own prize bin without waiting for the other raffles.
Click HERE to register for the WPL eNewsletter!


From: Waterville Central School District

(1) “Third grade wrapped up their novel study of Judy Moody and
The NOT Bummer Summer during the last day of MPS Summer Program!”
(2) Camp Oswegatchie 2022
(3) “The last week of MPS Be All You Can BEE Summer Program!”

From: Waterville Historical Society

Join us Tuesday, August 16 at 7 pm for a talk by William Getman, Esq. on
Willis Weller’s treatise “The First White Man to Own the Town of Sangerfield,”
and the colorful lives of this earlier Waterville attorney
and his artist wife, Helen Shaw Weller.
Visit our new exhibits–
Lovina Lallier Staring’s wedding dress,
Waterville Schools, and Watercolors by W. Ralph Murray.

From: Waterville Residential Care Center

“Boy, was it a fun day at WRCC!
We started the day by our cooking group whipping up a delicious batch of bacon chicken ranch dip,
making bouquets of generously donated flowers,
then ending with eating our dip at happy hour with Steve O’Neil!”

From: Village of Waterville

“We ended summer rec this week with a visit to the library to build
paper airplanes and get creative with cardboard boxes, enjoyed more swimming,
and were visited by the Waterville Fire Department.!!!”
Go to: @VillageOfWaterville on Facebook for more pics!

From: Oriskany Falls Rotary Club

“Very exciting news!
Raelene has posted a photo of the new floor in the Hotel Solsville dining room.
Who knew?! Yayyyyyy”

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