DOLGEVILLE — The members of the Violet Festival Committee still have tickets available for a trip to watch the Yankees take on the Red Sox.The tickets are $125 each and are available by calling 429-9871.The committee announced Jonathan Paul will be the festival's featured artist. His work will be displayed at the Masonic Temple during the festival.The committee also announced “The Chapters of Alfred Dolge” play will be “Education and Recreation.”
GLOVERSVILLE — Fulton County Tourism announced their tourism brochure exchange for 2014.The exchange will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 1, at the Fulton County Visitor Center, at the corner of Routes 29 and 30 in Vail Mills.
LITTLE FALLS — The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has endorsed Congressman Richard Hanna in his re-election bid for the 22nd Congressional District of New York.
OPPENHEIM — Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville Elementary School kicked off its Parents as Reading Partners program on March 3, celebrating Dr. Suess’ birthday with a special breakfast and a visit from the Cat in the Hat.
TEAM STANDINGSRD’s Gorge View Lanes 74-38Chapman-Moser 68-44Allstate 62-50Pianas 60-52Cindy’s Classic Cuts 58-54Ghost 14-98MARCH 20 RESULTSHIGH SERIESKayla Miles-Moyer 634 (213, 205, 216)Brenda Chrisman 528 (177, 191, 160)
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