In regards to the recent endorsements for the two board seats that will be up for election in the Town of Lysander this November.
It is almost here. Keep the Ball Rolling (KBR), the all-night alcohol/drug-free celebration that takes place immediately following Baker High School’s Senior Ball, will take place on May 24. Fortunately, our community continues to demonstrate its support of our efforts to keep our senior class members safe.
This Tuesday, May 21, is the annual Baldwinsville School District budget vote and school board election. With four candidates vying for three available seats, it is important that the electorate consider carefully the candidates who will best serve our school district.
The Women of the First United Methodist Church of Baldwinsville want to thank everyone who worked at, purchased from and donated to this year's spring rummage sale. It was a success. We hope to see all of you in the fall.
I would like to personally thank every volunteer that came to work on the canal clean-up day on Saturday, April 19. It was a cold and rainy day for this project, but more than 50 people came to help in our efforts.
Sometimes I am surprised to hear that some in our community still may not know that we have a premier private, Catholic school right in our own backyard. St. Mary’s Academy, which has served the greater Baldwinsville area for more than six decades, is a small school with a big heart.
On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Baldwinsville Community Scholarship Foundation, I would like to thank the Baldwinsville community for its support of our recent Dollars for Scholars Phone-A-Thon.
April has been designated a time to celebrate volunteering; it’s a time to recognize those who get involved, people who give back in whatever way they can and inspire others to do the same.
Canton Woods Senior Center wishes to thank the Baldwinsville Teachers’ Association for once again treating Baldwinsville seniors to an afternoon of wonderful entertainment
The Celtic Concert held Sunday, March 10, at the First Presbyterian Church of Baldwinsville was a huge success. It was great to see the church filled to capacity, to hear the rousing applause and to experience the standing ovation.
The five winners of the February 2013 raffle drawing were as follows: first prize of $250, Bill Mercer; second prize of $100, CWA Local 1152; third prize of $50, Jack Osinski (each also won a Cuisinart electric appliance); and Bob Shea and John Ippolito, fourth and fifth prize winners, respectively, who each won a Cuisinart electric can opener.
believe an informed public will result in better democracy. For that reason, I extend an invitation to members of the Greater Baldwinsville Community.
I found the opinion letter from the "concerned citizens" very upsetting. How hypocritical of you to say you are in favor of stopping bullying and prejudice in our schools and yet you were upset about including gays. Now
In July 2012, a new law, Dignity for All Students’ Act, was implemented in New York State for all public schools.
The board of directors, staff and volunteers of Baldwinsville Meals on Meals would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the Baldwinsville and Liverpool communities for responding so generously to our recent fundraiser letter.