Thursday, March 3



Village of Waterville
Waterville Central School
Waterville Public Library
Waterville First


Whiskey Creek is coming to town. Friday March 4th 7-10.
Come and enjoy some live music with us.
Graduating seniors APPLY NOW. Parents and family members, encourage your student to APPLY NOW. There are 15 Mele Family Fund Awards in 2022 for students attending 13 high schools in Oneida and Herkimer counties. Selected students could receive $3,000 a year, or $12,000, toward attendance in an eligible, full-time, bachelor’s degree program. SHARE this announcement on Facebook. Apply at Questions: Your HS Guidance Office or email
Applications are now open for the Gerard J. Buckenmeyer FASNY Volunteer Scholarship program.
These 25 scholarships are awarded to high school seniors entering college who fit the program’s
criteria with a focus on a strong volunteer commitment.
For more information on how you can apply 👉
We (Waterville Historical Society) are closed for the
winter months while we complete some building projects. 
We are open by appointment, either email or
FB message us.
All tickets for this event are $10 and must be purchased through Home Town Ticketing
Link Below ⤵️…
Good Luck Lady Indians in your Section lll Championship game.
The Waterville Musical Production is coming up quickly!
The shows will take place on March 10, 11 and 12; all shows are at 7pm.
Tickets are currently on sale at the Waterville Public Library for $7 (reserved seating).
Students in grades 7-12 have been working on this show since December, and we are so excited to have
our first show since the shutdown two years ago! Curtains: School Edition is a hilarious murder mystery about a
theatre troupe trying to put on their new musical (Robbin’ Hood! A New Musical of the Old West),
when their absolutely terrible leading lady is murdered onstage during the opening night performance.
Can Lieutenant Frank Cioffi solve the mystery, fix the show, and possibly sing a love song along the way?
Good afternoon everyone,
I am excited to announce the addition of a new program at the Jr./Sr. High School!
Beginning in March, the Jr./Sr. High will begin hosting a weekly, community-supported
mentoring program for students in Grades 7 through 9. The program is being offered by the district in
coordination with our partner, Connected Community Schools. Ryan Palmer and Miranda Stockbridge of
Connected Community Schools will serve as program coordinators. I am very much looking forward to the
positive impact this program will have on our students, but we need YOU to make this program a success!
If you can picture yourself as a mentor, we ask that you
sign up at the following link:
Additional Details:
The program will begin on Tuesday, March 8 and run until Tuesday, June 21.
Mentoring sessions will occur weekly on Tuesday afternoons from 3:00 until 4:00.
Mentors only need to complete a brief application, be fingerprinted, and participate in a brief training.
Training times are flexible and all costs are covered by the NYS Mentoring Program.
If you have any questions about becoming a mentor, please reach out to Ryan Palmer at
or Miranda Stockbridge at
Flyer PDF:…/1pClSvtIo8k9WDgKy00y…/view…
Attention Jr./Sr. High Students❗
The fitness center will open on January 31, 2022. The student hours will be
Monday – Friday from 3:00 p.m. to 4:15 p.m.
Please use the link provided to register!…/waterville-csd-21-22-fitness…
Get registered for the Fridays at 11 am Story Hour Pod Here:
This pod runs until March 25th.
Join the community in celebrating National Reading Month with the Waterville Public Library! Send in a favorite read or reading memory.  We know that choosing a favorite book or memory can feel much like choosing a favorite child, so please feel free to share one of many! It can also feel personal, so also please feel free to stay anonymous. Use the form linked HERE or stop by the library.


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From: Waterville Historical Society

Ledger from the Waterville Hotel which was owned by Anne Small from 1927-1973.
Anne has the distinction of being #1 in NYS when liquor licenses were issued after prohibition.

From: Marshall Historical Society

Madison Lake History & Photography
February 22 at 6:06 PM  
Hamilton Republican newspaper 1/31/1924
Ice Cutting – 1924 G.W. Hinman is cutting ice on Solsville Pond this year.
Mr. Seymour Reynolds is cutting at Madison Lake and John Holzworth is cutting
at Lyon’s Pond. G.W. Hinman has built a large ice house
on the old station site in Solsville. He expects to corner the market next summer.
(Picture is of the old mill in Solsville)

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The price of gas on Friday, March 4th.

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