Student drew pictures, donated funds to Wanderers’ Rest
Last year, a fourth grader at Burton Street Elementary School spent her extracurricular time raising money in hopes of donating to Wanderers’ Rest Humane Association in Canastota.
Three designs to be sent to CRIS-CAT volunteers
Students in Dan Salamida’s illustration class at Cazenovia College designed holiday cards for Community Resources for Independent Seniors to send to people who volunteer for the CRIS-CAT program.
Every year, the Cazenovia Lions Club honors a number of local students for their academic and civil accomplishments by honoring them as a “Student of the Month.”
Last month, the National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum in Peterboro joined in partnership with “American Experience” on the Abolitionist Map of America — an interactive website that explores events, characters and locations connected to the anti-slavery movement.
Joan McKissick, of Manlius, recently won a 50-inch LG Plasma Television in the annual Cazenovia Lions Club’s TV Raffle.
Local organizations Community Resources for Independent Seniors (CRIS), Cazenovia Area Senior Association (CASA) and Project CAFÉ are collaborating to hold “A Warm Mexican Afternoon” from 3 to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 13 in Common Grounds, at 35 Albany St.
Local dentist invests to bring community the Baldwinsville School of Music
John Damiano has combined his passion for music with his savvy business smarts to bring the Baldwinsville School of Music to the community.
Hancock, Koennecke assist Syracuse University Law School class
On Monday, Dec. 10 at Syracuse Law School, a panel of judges, lawyers and law professors, known as the Room 400 Supreme Court, “decided” one of the most significant and closely-watched cases on the current United States Supreme Court docket.
In an effort to put an end to hunger in our community, The Centers at St. Camillus and Sodexo Senior Services recently partnered on a “Stop Hunger” food drive campaign
For the 11th year, local men gathered in downtown Cazenovia to complete their holiday shopping under the cover of darkness while enjoying some camaraderie.
Cazenovia resident wins Tops Supermarket giveaway
On Wednesday, Dec. 5, Tops Friendly Markets announced Patricia Smith, of Cazenovia, was the fifth winner of free groceries for a year — as part of Tops’ 50th Anniversary Free For All Grocery Giveaway.
Want to get the people on your gift list something unique this year? Why not try something from one of Central New York’s many locally-owned businesses? To get you started, here’s an A-to-Z primer, with descriptions and suggestions. Got your own favorites? Feel free to share on our Facebook page.
New Woodstock artist, Daniel K. Tennant, is now selling framed prints of his original gouache paintings at Troyer’s Country Store on Nelson Road.
Jennifer Schutzendorf, the proprietor of The Gallery of CNY, recently announced she is looking to sell the space at 58 Albany St. after six years of ownership.
The last year was an active one for 5 Ledyard Corporation, located at 5 Ledyard Ave. in Cazenovia, as the building was a venue for a number of community events.