Monday, September 18

Linda M. Swalgin

July 30, 1950 ~ September 13, 2023
Linda M. Swalgin, 73, of Waterville, passed away peacefully at home with her loving family by her side on September 13, 2023. She was born on July 30, 1950, in Oneida, a daughter of the late Nelson and Esther Grow Ward and received her education in Stockbridge Valley schools. On February 14, 2003, Linda married Carl “Ted” Swalgin in Munnsville. She was a homemaker who devoted her life to raising her family and cherished the times spent with her beloved grandchildren and great-grandchildren.  Linda enjoyed listening to music, watching soap operas, and was a fan of Utica/Rome Speedway and NASCAR. Surviving is husband Ted; children, Joe (Lisa) Garbry of Munnsville, Michelle Garbry of Waterville, and Markelle Garbry of Waterville, step-sons, Tony and Craig Swalgin, both of New Hartford; grandchildren Shannan (Emmanule) Gary of Vernon, Lindsey Garbry (Everett) of Morrisville, Lacey and Todd Payne of Waterville, Ashlee Mazur of Hubbardsville, Joshua Garbry (Alexa Cockrun) of Munnsville, Evan Perkins of Waterville, and Emily Stolarczyk (special friend,Joe Gotte) of Waterville; great-grandchildren, Rielynn, Emmett, Emmanule, Olivia, Brayden, Gauge, Archer and Finn. She was predeceased by a sister, Esther “Rusty” Ward Kampf.



Village of Waterville
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Food Bank of CNY September Food Sense Menu:

WCS Sports Booster Club:


Waterville Area Food Pantry:

Save the date: Mohawk Valley Gives is September 20th! You can be part of the celebration by giving to your favorite nonprofit (which we know is us!). Visit to find out more.

Waterville Volunteer Fire Department:

There will be a CPR class open to the Public September 20th 2023 5:30PM at the Waterville Volunteer Fire Department. The cost of the class is $70. Money will be due the night of class. There will be a cap of 15 students per class. If you are interested in becoming CPR certified please reach out to Chief Jarrod Waufle. We will be scheduling more classes in the future as well. Please email Jarrod: to register for this class.

Mohawk Valley Astronomical Society:

George Washington lays the Capitol cornerstone

“On September 18, 1793, George Washington lays the cornerstone to the United States Capitol building, the home of the legislative branch of American government. The building would take nearly a century to complete, as architects came and went, the British set fire to it and it was called into use during the Civil War. Today, the Capitol building, with its famous cast-iron dome and important collection of American art, is part of the Capitol Complex, which includes six Congressional office buildings and three Library of Congress buildings, all developed in the 19th and 20th centuries.”

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A Glimpse of “Cruise-in” 2013

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Cruisin’ into Waterville Kids’ Run 2023!

The price of gas today.

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