Monday, June 10

Carol Ann Pasiak Loomis

March 6, 1952 – June 2, 2024 

Carol Ann Pasiak Loomis, born on March 6, 1952, passed away unexpectedly on June 2, 2024. Carol was a cherished wife, daughter, sister, aunt, mother, stepmother, mother-in-law, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She lived well, loved unconditionally, worked hard, and valued life to the fullest. She found immense joy in her family, friends, garden, and animals, and especially treasured the time spent with her grandchildren and great-grandson. Carol’s greatest passions were her grandchildren, her horses, cats, and tending to her barn, known as the Dark Horse Farm. She also enjoyed spending countless hours at Saddleback Farm in Hamilton. She took great pride in her beautiful flowers and gardens. She was a member of the Wellness Center in Hamilton and recently enjoyed attending yoga classes. Carol possessed remarkable inner strength, determination, and fortitude. She maintained a positive attitude and taught us through her example how to face adversity, offer empathy, and support others compassionately. She was wise, clever, witty, creative, efficient, resourceful, generous, welcoming, and always encouraging and helpful.



Waterville Central School District

Village of Waterville

Waterville First
Waterville Public Library


Food Bank of CNY June Food Sense Menu:

Village of Waterville:

Sign-ups are still available online.…/SR-Contact…

WCS Sports Booster Club:

Save the date for our chicken BBQ the sales from that are what make this event possible along with our scholarship program. So help us eat and sell chicken BBQ tickets when they go on sale stay tuned!

Waterville Pop Warner:

Save the date! Thursday, June 20, 5-8 @ Roc Star Ice Cream in Waterville.


Waterville AYSO Region 492:

Save the Date for our End of the Season Ice Cream Social!! All players, coaches, referees, and volunteers will get a free small ice cream cone or popsicle of their choice courtesy of Waterville AYSO Region 492.

To help with wait time, 3U-8U players should arrive at 5 pm to get in line for ice cream and then stay for the 5:45 pm ceremony. 10U-15U players should arrive at 5:45 pm for the ceremony and then get in line for their free ice cream.

All players will get a medal and we will award sportsmanship awards for each division, and recognize our volunteers with regional awards.

4-Corners Food Coop:

Huddle Farms Village Market is a grocery store and cafe, member-owned and operated by 4 Corners Food Cooperative. It is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
Store hours are Wednesday-Friday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
CAFE hours are 11:00 – 2:00!
No membership is needed, it is open to the public, but you can also get a membership. The membership gives you an additional discount and gives you a voice in decisions made.

Village of Oriskany Falls:

Registration for the Summer Youth & Recreation Program will be held on June 6th and 11th at the library. If you are unable to make it on the days stated, you may pick up a packet at the library, village hall, or town hall. For any questions, please call 316-821-7275.

Head Over Heels Athletics:

Barton Hose Company:

Father’s Day Chicken BBQ
Pre Sale tickets ONLY (200)
Tickets available at the Deansboro Superette
Dinners will be ready for pick up between 11 & 12
Thank you for your support.

Brothertown Scholarship Fund:

Mohawk Valley Astronomical Society:

Madison County Public Health:

The second clinic will be on May 21st at Gorman Community Center in Oneida from 4 PM to 7 PM. Interested Madison County residents need to follow the directions on the flyer to make an appointment on our website or call us at 315-366-2526.  A QR code for appointments and another one for downloading our app are provided on the flyer. Anyone who downloads the app will also get regular push notifications about upcoming rabies clinic locations and other events.

First Salem witch hanging

“In Salem Village in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, Bridget Bishop, the first colonist to be tried in the Salem witch trials, is hanged after being found guilty of the practice of witchcraft. Trouble in the small Puritan community began in February 1692, when nine-year-old Elizabeth Parris and 11-year-old Abigail Williams, the daughter and niece, respectively, of the Reverend Samuel Parris, began experiencing fits and other mysterious maladies. A doctor concluded that the children were suffering from the effects of witchcraft, and the young girls corroborated the doctor’s diagnosis. Under compulsion from the doctor and their parents, the girls named those allegedly responsible for their suffering.”

To read the full article, click here:

“TBT June 12, 2006”


CONGRATULATIONS! Ella , a student in Mr. Perrone’s class, earned first place in the third-grade category in the Royal Historian of Oz writing contest. She created her own Land of Oz story and was recognized at Oz-Stravaganza!

The price of gas today.
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