Monday, March 25

Sharon E. Buyea Bassett

January 17, 1945 ~ March 21, 2024

Madison-Sharon Bassett, 79, passed away peacefully at home on Thursday, March 21, 2024, with her loving children by her side. She was born in Sangerfield, on January 17, 1945, the daughter of Earl and Bessie (Cole) Buyea.  Sharon attended school in Sherburne and upon graduation attended the Utica School of Commerce.  Sharon received her associate degree from SUNY Morrisville.  She worked at SUNY Morrisville for several years from which she retired. On February 4, 1967, Sharon married the love of her life and lifelong companion, Stanley R. (Dick) Bassett.  Together they raised three children, experienced adventure, laughs, love, fun, illness, and death.  Sharon enjoyed watching NASCAR, reading, and motorcycling.  Most of all, she loved any precious moment that she spent with her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. https://www.paulfuneralhome.net/obituary/Sharon-BuyeaBassett

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IN THE MAIL

Food Bank of CNY March Food Sense Menu:

Village of Waterville:

DEADLINE to purchase a banner for the Hometown Hero Program is fast approaching. If you have an interest in purchasing a banner to honor a family or friend veteran, applications must be submitted by March 31, 2024. Information on the program and applications for banners can be found at: https://www.mohawkvalleyhometownheroes.com/

Applications can also be picked up in the vestibule of the Village of Waterville Municipal Hall.

Waterville Historical Society:

Waterville AYSO Region 492:

We are looking for Youth Referees for the upcoming Spring AYSO season. This is a great way to give back to the local community and looks great on college applications and resumes! Please contact Jen Collins if interested!

Brothertown Optimist Club:

In partnership with the Waterville Public Library, the Waterville-Brothertown Optimist Club is conducting its first-ever Optimist Visual Arts Competition. This exciting program is designed to encourage and celebrate youth visual art skills in two categories – painting, and drawing. The 2023-2024 topic is Hope.

Town of Sangerfield:

Three Steeples United:

Oriskany Falls Fire Department:

CW Clark Memorial Library:

Easter Egg Hunt
The Easter Egg Hunt that was snowed out is rescheduled for this Saturday, March 30th, at 10:00 am at Douglass Park on Main Street in Oriskany Falls. Three age groups which all take place at the same time Lots of eggs and numerous larger prizes. Come and have some fun. The library will closed for the day.

Mohawk Valley Astronomical Society:

Rover’s Do Over:

We would like to invite the community to celebrate Easter with a furry twist at Hoppy Hounds adoption event!

Join Rover’s Do Over at Beaver Creek Bar & Grill on Saturday 3/30 from 1-4 PM to meet and interact with adorable dogs in need of forever homes, snap a memorable photo of your pup with the Easter Bunny, and collect Easter eggs filled with pup surprises! Don’t miss the chance to win incredible Easter baskets in our raffle and shop for RDO merch and bracelets to support our cause!

Daniel Barden Mudfest:

Join us for the 10th Annual Daniel Barden Mudfest on Saturday, May 4! If you crave mud and glory, sign up for one of our timed or un-timed race options. You can get the kids involved in the kids’ race too! Or, if being more like the pit crew is your vibe, you can join in by volunteering or sponsoring. Register or get involved today: www.bardenmudfest.org

Cornell Cooperative Extension:

Triangle Shirtwaist fire kills 146 in New York City

“In one of the darkest moments of America’s industrial history, the Triangle Shirtwaist Company factory in New York City burns, killing 146 workers, on March 25, 1911. The tragedy led to the development of a series of laws and regulations that better protected the safety of factory workers. The Triangle factory, owned by Max Blanck and Isaac Harris, was located in the top three floors of the 10-story Asch Building in downtown Manhattan. It was a sweatshop in every sense of the word: a cramped space lined with workstations and packed with poor immigrant workers, mostly teenage women who did not speak English. At the time of the fire, there were four elevators with access to the factory floors, but only one was fully operational and it could hold only 12 people at a time. There were two stairways down to the street, but one was locked from the outside to prevent theft by the workers and the other opened inward only. The fire escape, as all would come to see, was shoddily constructed, and could not support the weight of more than a few women at a time.”

To read the full article, click here: https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/triangle-shirtwaist-fire-in-new-york-city

Waterville Central School District Musical Guys and Dolls from 2013!

https://athomeinthehuddle2013.blogspot.com/2013/03/

AROUND TOWN:

Congratulations to all Class of 2024 graduates!
Here are the top 10 seniors for the Class of 2024:
Logan Baker- Valedictorian
Hanley Poyer – Salutatorian
Annabella Jayson
Ella Briggs
Whitney Oliver
Garent Acker
Nathan Pryputniewicz
Adriana Snow
Adrienne Neff
Lauren Pedersen

The price of gas today.
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