Monday, May 16



Village of Waterville
Waterville Central School
Waterville Public Library
Waterville First


Memorial Day Parade

Anyone interested in joining the Memorial Day Parades should
reach out to the Waterville Legion.
(As seen on the Village of Waterville Facebook page)

Waterville First

You’re invited to attend our Community Meeting to be held at the Waterville Historical Society, 220 E Main St,
Waterville on Thursday, May 19, 2022. The purpose of this meeting is to introduce people in our community to
each other and to all the civic organizations in our Waterville Central School geographic area. Many new people
have moved to our area in the past few years and we want to help spread the word about the organizations.
We will have refreshments starting at 6:30 and the meet and greet will begin at 7pm.
Plenty of parking at the rear of the building

It Takes A Village Diaper Bank

The drive through diaper giveaway is back!! Join us Saturday, May 21st from 9am- 12 in the Waterville United Methodist Church parking lot. No preregistration is required. We will be giving out one pack of diapers per family. In addition to diapers, we will have prepackaged bags of like-new clothes from infant-4t and baby formula while supplies last. No, this is not too good to be true, we just ask that you only take what you need. We are blessed to have a community that cares to be able to offer this amazing service to you all. If you have any questions at all please message the It Takes A Village Diaper bank through Facebook messenger and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Please mark your calendars, we can’t wait to see you!!
Waterville Pop Warner will be having a Golf Tournament on Sunday July 10th.
It will be a memorial tournament for Ernie Werner who was
instrumental in getting our program up and running.
Visit the Waterville Pop Warner Facebook page for updated information.
Today’s games have been postponed.
While we’re busy replacing our carpets and setting up the Creative Media Lab, on site programming will be
limited…that’s why we’re encouraging you to participate in our “Get Caught Reading” photo contest!
During the month of May grab your favorite book (or the one you’re reading at the moment), find a fun place
to read (inside/outside/upside down even) and have someone take your picture! Then, email it to us at to enter for a chance to win a fun prize (TBA)! Submissions will be
displayed on the “Programs & Extras” page of our website. Voting will take place on our Facebook and
Instagram pages beginning May 23rd and ending May 30th. So, tell your friends and family to cast their votes…
and don’t forget to vote yourself! The winner will be announced through social media
May 31st and notified via email!
Thanks to Oneida County (and the stellar assistance of Mid York Library System),
we have more FREE Covid-19 Antigen Rapid Tests to distribute.
Just stop by the front desk during open hours to pick up a box.
Please note, that it is one box per person (each box containing 2 tests).
Your feedback is telling us that you’re not seeing some of our events pop up like you used to!
As so many of you use Gmail and Google Calendar, we thought we would start by offering email
invitations when WPL creates events on our own calendar. You’ll receive an email stating what the
event is, and an offer to add it to your own Google calendar. To opt in to this, just select the event categories
you’re interested in using the following form: This will collect
your email only for the purpose of these Google Calendar notifications. If you don’t have Gmail or
just want more library love, we recommend signing up for WPL’s monthly eNewsletter here: Of course, you can always check the
calendar on our website as well at
(you can use this to reserve the Program or study rooms too)!


From: WCS Sports Booster Club

Tonight’s games have been postponed.

From: Waterville Central School District

Principal Hinderling is having lunch with every sixth grader before
they leave MPS to get feedback on their experiences.
Mrs. Dahlin’s ELA classes took their learning outdoors. Everything is better with the sun!

From: Waterville Residential Care Center

May is Stroke Awareness Month!
It can happen to anyone at anytime! Our Stroke Survivors Story:
Michelle Stockbridge came to work as normal in March. Michelle is a CNA at Waterville
Residential Care Center. Michelle was noted to have stroke signs; slurred speech, facial droop,
and weakness. Michelle went directly from work to the Hospital where she received treatment
for her Stroke. We wish her the best of luck through all stages of recovery.
Use the letters in F.A.S.T to spot a Stroke F.A.S.T. Warning Signs
* F = Face Drooping – Does one side of the face droop or is it numb? Ask the person to smile.
Is the person’s smile uneven?
* A = Arm Weakness – Is one arm weak or numb? Ask the person to raise both arms.
Does one arm drift downward?
* S = Speech Difficulty – Is speech slurred?
* T = Time to call 911

From: Waterville Public Library

Round #2 of carpet in the front portion of the Main Room today! That means there is furniture in odd places, and you might have to be flexible about checking out just the things you can get to. But it’s only temporary.
The Program Room is also fully in use to store the Non-Fiction

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