Monday, October 3

Robert M. Watson

October 23, 1944 ~September 18, 2022 

Earlville-Robert M. Watson, 77, passed away peacefully on Sunday, September 18, 2022, at Upstate Medical Center. There are no services planned.  Personal care for Robert and his family is being provided by Jeffrey T. Paul, Director, of the Paul Funeral Home of Madison. To offer a condolence, please visit

Teresa Nolan

October 29, 1958— September 25, 2022
 Teresa Nolan, 63, passed away on September 25, 2022 after a courageous battle with cancer. Her final moments were a fitting tribute to her vibrant life, surrounded by family, friends, and good music to dance to. Teresa was born on October 29, 1958, in Utica, New York to Joseph “Indian Joe” and Ellen Blake Nolan. She graduated from Clinton High School in 1977. She was a member of the Clinton Central Alumni Reunion Committee.

Mahlon Richard “Dick” Palmer

November 4, 1936 — September 24, 2022
Mahlon Richard Palmer, 85, died September 24, 2022, as a result of complications from Alzheimer’s.  Therefore, I would like to take this final opportunity to wish all of my family, friends and acquaintances a fond farewell.I was born the fourth son; Cecil, Roy and Ronald preceding me, of Merle W. Palmer and Jewell Jordan Palmer in an Oneonta, NY hospital on November 4, 1936.


October 7, 1955 — September 25, 2022
Vernon-Roxanne L. Surprenant, age 66,
of State Rt. 26 passed away peacefully early Sunday afternoon, September 25, 2022 at her home surrounded by the love of her family. She was born on October 7, 1955 in Rome, New York, a daughter of the late Raymond and Joan (Dausman) Skinner and was a graduate of the Camden School System.

Freman M. Chase

November 25, 1945 — September 22, 2022
Freman M. Chase, 76, of Hamilton St., Hamilton, NY, passed away peacefully at his home with his daughter by his side on Thursday, September 22, 2022. He was born on November 25, 1945 in Hamilton, a son of the late Freman H. and Dorothy Scott Chase and was a graduate of Hamilton Central School. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army, having served in the Vietnam Conflict and was honorably discharged in 1968. Freman worked for Colgate University in Campus Safety, and later as a custodian until retiring.



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From Route20Catholic:

Waterville Central School District:

MPS welcomed Tom Varano who presented Emotions into Art to students at our P2 September Matter Meeting on Friday. Through stories and painting Mr. Varano expressed his message of DREAM BIG. “BIG” reminded students to read “Books”, surround yourself with “Individuals” that inspire you, and set “Goals.” During his two presentations he painted portraits of The Statue of Liberty, President Lincoln, Martin Luther King Jr., The Lion King, and Albert Einstein. His P2 Character Strengths of creativity, perseverance, and leadership are an inspiration to his audience. Two of his paintings will stay and be hung at MPS as a reminder to follow our BIG dreams.

It’s not too late!
Still taking sign-ups – if your child would like to join the fun – please email Mrs. Perrault or sign up using the link!
Rehearsals start this week – but we would love more acts – so contact us now!

Food Bank of CNY October Food Sense Menu:

From: 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.”

“With the admission of Iraq into the League of Nations, Britain terminates its mandate over the Arab nation, making Iraq independent after 17 years of British rule and centuries of Ottoman rule.Britain seized Iraq from Ottoman Turkey during World War I and was granted a mandate by the League of Nations to govern the nation in 1920. A Hashemite monarchy was organized under British protection in 1921, and on October 3, 1932, the kingdom of Iraq was granted independence…”

SEEN HERE at the annual Oswego Weigh-off with his personal best pumpkin weighing in at 1,117.5 pounds
‘With the very hot and dry July we had, it hurt a lot of growers for getting them big and heavy. But for me, it’s a hobby and I just love growing a seed less then a gram in weight and seeing how huge I can get it to grow.‘ “ – Post from Monday, October 1, 2012
 ” ‘Here is my personal best 780 pound squash. As far as I know, this is the biggest squash ever grown in central New York. 
There was a grower at the weigh-off from out Buffalo way that grew the New York State and American record with a 1,221 pound squash.‘ “


Getting Into the Holiday spirit with Fall and Halloween decorations around Town!

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