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Macedon Village Concert

Posted by Books, ETC. of Macedon, NY 0 Comments
Jul 9 – Concert in Macedon Canal Park: On Thursday July 9 at 6:00 PM, Crossmolina at Macedon Village Canal Park. This group plays Irish, Celtic and Fiddle music. Here is a great assortment of music for a delightful summer evening. Firemen are cooking hot dogs for sale. Bring your families and your own chairs. This event is free and open to the public at Canal Park in the Village of Macedon. For more information call 585-474-4116 or email at books_etc@yahoo.com.

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Product Party and Auction at Books, ETC.

Posted by Books, ETC. of Macedon, NY 0 Comments
Jul 7 - Product Party and Auction: On Tuesday, July at 6:30, Product Party and Auction at Books, ETC. Come and enjoy the party and the fun. Learn about the great products from Shop.com. Free snacks and beverages will be offered. Plus, each guest will be given $1,000 in free “auction money.” This paper money can be used to bid on all the products being offered. This event is free and open to the public at Books, ETC., 78 W. Main St., Macedon NY. For more information call John at 585-474-4116 or email books_etc@yahoo.com.

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What Does EVERYBODY RIDES Do?

Posted by Seth C. Burgess 0 Comments
EVERYBODY RIDES New York, Inc.
SHARED by Everybody Rides, Inc.

I have been asked several times recently to explain what EVERYBODY RIDES New York, Inc. is and does. I would like the opportunity to try to make it clearer.

We have many thousands of our citizens who are facing challenges every day. They may be disabled, have mental issues, social issues, depression, etc. Even our valued Veterans who have given of themselves have moments when the pressures of experiences they have witnessed add to the pressure of coping day to day.

It has been found that the benefits of horseback riding, under proper supervision, can be very beneficial to those with these problems.

The motion of the horse will help the disabled by helping to move muscles and ligaments to move properly when the person has difficulty do it on their own.

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Long ball, strong pitching guide Newark to victory, 6-0, in Little Falls Thursday night

Posted by Stephanie Knarr 0 Comments
Submitted by:  Newark Pilots
Photo by: Paul Dewa

LITTLE FALLS, N.Y. – A combined three-hitter from Newark’s pitching staff and a pair of home runs sparked a 6-0 victory for the Pilots over the Mohawk Valley DiamondDawgs Thursday night at Veteran's Memorial Park.

Pilots (7-10) starter Logan Harasta (Buffalo) tossed 5.1 innings of scoreless ball to earn his first win of the season (1-0). He fanned five on 88 pitches to extend his team lead to 19 strikeouts on the season.

Logan Harasta, Newark Pilots
Blake Brailsford (BYU), Kevin Berge (St. John Fisher) and Vinny Martin (Iona) did not give up a hit and allowed only one DiamondDawg to reach base safely in 3.2 combined innings of relief. Berge struck out a pair in two innings of work.

Will Gorman (RIT) and Frankie Gregoire (Marist) hit solo home runs in back-to-back innings to give Newark a 2-0 lead through five. Gorman, who led all batters with three hits and two RBIs in the game, knocked his first long ball of the season out of the park in right center to make it 1-0 in the fourth. Gregoire matched the feat in the fifth with his first homer to double the lead.

Gorman padded the cushion to three runs in the sixth with an RBI double following a two-out walk to Willy Yahn (Connecticut) issued by Mohawk Valley (9-10) starter Marc Iseneker (St. John Fisher).

Iseneker was tagged with the loss and fell to 0-2 on the season. He pitched seven innings, allowing three runs on four hits. He struck out a game-high eight batters on 100 pitches.

In the bottom of the sixth, JD Osbourne (Polk State) tripled with one out to chase Harasta. However, Brailsford stranded Osbourne at third to preserve the shutout by inducing a pair of fly outs to end the inning. Osbourne was the only DiamondDawg to reach third base on the night.

Newark struck again in the eight to make it a 4-0 advantage. Cody Wiktorski (St. John Fisher) singled and stole both second and third base before Yahn drove him home on a fly-ball double to left field.

Wiktorski swiped a season-high three bases and now has eight on nine attempts this season.

Michael Lanza (Bryant) and Kyle Norman (San Francisco) each drove in a run in the ninth with their own RBI doubles before Martin set down the Mohawk Valley side in order in the bottom half of the frame to close the contest.

The Pilots return to home on Friday, June 26 to host the Victor RailRiders (8-7) in the first half of a weekend home-and-home series. First pitch at Colburn Park is scheduled for 7:05 p.m. On Saturday, June 27, the two teams head to Victor High School to close the series at 5:05 p.m.

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English Tourists Visit Lyons, NY

Posted by Stephanie Knarr 0 Comments
Submitted by: ROBERT STOPPER, Lyons

On Thursday June 25, 2015, English tourists Royston and Gillian had been travelling by car for quite some time, and “When we saw the name Lyons, we knew we had to stop and see what this place is all about” said Royston.  “Nobody will believe this without a photo! In England, our surname is Lyon-williams, and here we are standing on William Street in Lyons, NY!”
While in Lyons, they were given a tour of the Ohmann  Theatre by Tom Herendeen. They also visited Dobbins Drug Store and received a complimentary sample of Peppermint Oil.   

Before leaving Lyons, NY,  Royston and Gillian Lyon-williams were seen pointing to a “William Street” sign as they entered the village green- certainly a wonderful  jolly good story!

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FFA Student Welders: Pre-Register by July 29 for Empire Farm Days Contest

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FFA student welders compete for Morrisville
State College Scholarships at Empire Farm Days.
Seneca Falls, NY – July 29 is the pre-registration date for students interested in competing in the New York State FFA Welding Contest at the 2015 Empire Farm Days at Rodman Lott and Son Farms in Seneca Falls, NY.

Students compete as teams of two or individually for  certificates. Active FFA students will be scored and compete for $2,250 in scholarship funds: $1,000 for 1st Place, $750 for 2nd Place, $500 for 3rd Place from Morrisville State College. Awards are also presented for High Team performance.

Each student must perform three welds with two different types of welding equipment provided by Haun Welding. Contestants also complete a metal identification quiz and multiple-choice quiz, and are judged on professional appearance, attitude, preparedness and safety.

Contest sponsors include Haun Welding and Briggs and Stratton Power Products of Munnsville, NY.

To pre-register for the Thursday, August 13 competition, contact contest coordinators Johanna Bossard, 315-824-6386, jbossard@hamiltoncentral.org, or Professor Fred Bach at Morrisville State College, 315-684-6299, bachfw@morrisville.edu.  
A list of equipment to bring to the contest will be provided. Students may also register on-site at 9 am on contest day.

The New York State FFA 4-H Tractor Safety Contest will also be held on Thursday, August 13 at the largest outdoor agricultural trade show in the Northeast. Learn more at www.empirefarmdays.com.  

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