It is a privilege for me to be able to support Tom Hohensee for town of Otsego Representative. Please consider voting for him on election day, Tuesday, Nov. 6.
Town of Otsego
Leo Club off and running with 5K
The first Leo Club Halloween 5K Race on Sunday, October 14 at Gilmmerglass State Park was an enthusiastic start to raising $5,000 toward providing fresh water to residents of Rwanda, Africa, through their partnership with Charity Water. The Leo Club expresses its thanks for this support and will continue toward reaching its goal.
Results of the race are as follows: Shane Harrington, 24:56; Mike Rutledge, 25:07; Jake Burnham, 27:57; Mark Harmon, 28:04; Tom Hohensee, 28:20; James Patenaude, 31:07; Krista Shojahen, 31:12; Bella Anania, 31:22; Dara Omer, 31:25; Heath Macaluso, 33:21; Fred Schwarzhans, 33:25; Shyla Macaluso, 34:44; Freda Ceady, 34:48; Dylan Arnot, 35:53; Jill Maney, 36:08; Jackie Aroosian, 36:28; Russell Marcy, 36:31; Heather Graham, 37:24; Haley Martin, 37:32; Randall Martin, 37:32; Tom Arnot, 42:46; Mitchell Woodbeck, 43:03; Olivier Urayeneza, 44:54; Amanda Stanley, 45:59; Malcolm Stanley, 45:59; Bruce Daly, 47:07; Heather White, 49:08; Mia Macaluso, 50:07 and Lucy Ford, 52:14.
If you would like to contribute to this worthwhile project and help these youth raise the necessary funds, visit www.http://tamethelion5k.wix.com/home or contact Aidan Macaluso at email@example.com or (862) 438-0879.
The Cooperstown Leo Club is sponsored by the Cooperstown Lions Club. It consists of youth ages 12 to 18 who are devoted to helping communities locally and internationally. This particular project goal is to reach $5,000 to provide fresh water to a community in Rwanda.
Cooperstown Lions Club
I know of no hardship
Fostering concern for the physical environment leading to intelligent planning and preventing irreversible damage is not a travesty.
The Springfield Historical Society has been working on the proposal for historic district nomination on the Springfield Patent since about 1994. This patent granted to nine individuals in 1742 comprises most of the eastern portion of the Springfield township. At the public meeting hosted by Ken Ostrander last August, Kathleen LaFrank the State Historic Preservation Office representative stated that most areas consider it is an honor to be recognized as an historic district. It is to this end that we have continued to proceed with the nomination process.