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WATER TREATMENT PLANT SERVICE TO THE yiLlMEOFPENNttN The Chronicle-Express, Penn Yan, N.Y., August z2, 1990 - Page 3 f t ’ s ‘best tasting’ water goes to states m r j i : w a ter treatm e n t p lant o p e rator for the Village o f P enn Yan, shown next Lthe plant’s new sign, eigoys a sip of Penn Yan’s water, rated as the best tasting Later in the region a t a recent contest. T he w a ter now goes to the New York S tate Fair Ifora taste test there. (Photo by Loree MacKerchar) Mate Police I Continued from page 2 Jail on $5,000 cash bail or '( 10 ,[IOO bond. ; Cuy Wood, 24, of Old Bath Road, ■%iv, was charged with assault, airddpgr^> criminal mischief, fourth [j,^, and disorderly conduct, after ^ uKd a garden spade to break a Vidiiw on Burd’s truck, causing to Irwin’s eye. Be pled guilty to the charges and ni sentenced to 15 days in jail by jgjtice Allen. Randy Metris, 31, of Lakeshore Drive, Wa^e, was charged with (tifflinal mischief, third degree, and tiliwflilly dealing with a child after It provided alcohol to persons under llyean of age. Idetria was arraigned in the Ibwn of Ayoe Court and was remanded to ik Steuben County Jail in lieu ofbail. Ronald Hinson, 21, of Lakeshore [Rive, Wayne, was charged with dis- «4erly conduct for fighring and was aaied an appearance ticket to appear ita later date. A one-car accident on Aug. 17 resul­ ted in several charges against a Read­ ing Center man. Mark Shermer, 19, of Box 44, Route 14A, was charged with driving while intoxicated, leaving the scene of a per­ sonal iqjuiy accident, speed not reasonable and prudent and no seat belt, after he lost control of his 1976 Chevrolet, which struck a guardraU. He then fled the scene, State Police report. When Shermer was picked up by troopers shortly after the accident, he was found to be in possession of a small quantity o f fireworks. A passenger in the car, Michael Harper of Peon Yan, who received a laceration to the forehead, was treated at Schuyler Hospital and released. Himrod Jane Hungerford 243-7247 Dons Stauser of Dundee was in attendance at a recent com- Bonion service. Nancy Alexander of Garden Grove, CA, is spending some time wth her parents, Mr. and Mrs. lari Wood of the Lakemont-Him- ndRoad. Troopers investigated a second one- car accident on Aug. 17 that occurred on the Ellis Road in the Ibwn of Bar­ rington. James Horton, 22, of 253 Meads Credt Road, Painted Post, was eastbound attempting to slow down to make a left turn when the brakes on his 1930 Cadillac failed, it was repor­ ted. The vehicle went ofTthe road and into a ditch. A passenger in the vehicle, who received a laceration to the forehead, was treated at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital and released. State Police were called to a two-car property damage accident on Union Street in the Village of Dundee Aug. 17. Robert Conklin, 24, of Dundee, was backing out of a driveway when he struck a vehicle operated by Gerald Miller, 76, of Route 226, Dundee, it was reported. Conklin was ticketed for failing to yield the right of way entering a roadway. There wore no injuries. On Aug. 19, troopers investigated a car-bicycle accident which resulted in injuries to a 6-year-ald Dundee youth. Lloyd Biuwn, 21, of Union Street, stopped for a stop sign at Bell end Hol­ lister streets, in Dundee, it was repor­ ted, and upon continuing, he stru^ a bicycle operated by the youth on Hol­ lister Street. The boy was taken to Schuyler Hospital by Dundee Ambulance and was later transferred to St. Joseph's in Elmira for treatment of a broken leg. Brown was charged with driving while intoxicated and having a frac­ tured windshield. 'The youth was operating against traffic, it was repor­ ted, and without adequate lighting on the bicycle. —h k k t L e v e ls - KEUKA LAKE WATTIR LEVELS 1990 1989 1986 Aug. 13 ......... 714.00 714.20 713.90 Aug. 14 ......... 714.10 714.10 713.90 Aug. 15 ......... 714.10 714.10 713.90 Aug. 16 .......... 714.10 714.10 714.00 Aug. 17 .714.10 714.10 714.00 Aug. 18 .......... 714.10 714.05 713.90 Aug. 19 ......... 714.10 714.05 713.90 PENN YAN — Penn Yan’s spar­ kling Keuka Lake water, was en­ joyed by more than 600 people at the Erie County Fair in Hamburg on Aug. 16, with over 200 of those people choosing the village’s water as the best of the bunch. The taste test won Penn Yan top honors in the regional competi­ tion, and a chance to prove itself as the best tasting water in the state at the New York State Fair in Syracuse next week. Penn Yan first won top honors among four communities in a dis­ trict surface water test conducted at Chase Lincoln Bank in Canan­ daigua. Water in that contest came from Canandaigua, Victor, Ontario and Penn Yan. Then, it was on to the regional test at the Erie County Fair, where Penn Yan again went up against the H20 from three other communities, including the Vil­ lage of Attica, Wyoming County; the City of North Tonawanda, Niagara County; and the Monroe County Water Authority. Voting on the water was done by anyone who walked by the fair b^ths and agreed to sip samples of water and then filled out a preference sheet. The table test vote tally a t Hamburg was: Penn Yan, 213; Attica, 155; North Ibnawanda, 128; and Monroe County, 122. Jens Jensen, water treatment plant operator for the Village of Penn Yan, who took the water samples to both the district and regional contests, got to doing some tasting himself. At the dis­ trict level, he said he already knew which sample was Penn Yan’s, so maybe that wasn’t a true test. However, a t the regional contest in Hamburg, Jensen did not know which sample was Penn Yan, but he said, “There was no com­ parison. I picked ours out right away.” Jensen will be taking two more gallons of Penn Yan’s water to the state fair on Aug. 27, where the Alley to head new maj or , KEUKA PARK — Ge<^ge Alley, ■.Lnwly of Boston University and •Jochester Institute of Tbchnolt^, Tioiv heads Keuka College’s new ;icod, hotel and resort manage- [nient program. (See related story.) GEORGE ALLEY Alley directed the School of Hotel and Food Administration at Boston University. He is credited with increasing enrollment and corporate funding, improving placement opportunities and coordinating internships in Europe. In his 15 years a t RIT, he made similar strides, in addition to es­ tablishing a master’s degree pro­ gram and The Institute for Tburism Development. “Dr. Alley brings to Keuka an exceptional blend of experience in education and industry. He is one of the leaders nationwide in this field and his appointment enhan­ ces our long-standing commitment to experiential learning, the liberal arts and professional pro­ grams,” said Dr. Arthur Kirk, Jr., president of Keuka College. “With his experience and his in­ ternational network v/ithin the food and resort industry, Keuka College’s program will soon be widely recognized for excellence and will produce graduates with the experience and knowledge they need to be successful in this growing industry,” Kirk added. Alley also has taught at Box Hill College, ' Melbourne, Australia; Middlesex Community College, Edison, NJ; and at the SUNYatCobleskill. As a p a r tn e r in Organiza­ tional Development Associates (1980-89), Alley worked with a number of clients in industry and education — Walt Disney World, Antigua Ministry of Tburism, Burger King Corp., Hyatt Hotels, Marriott Corp., Red Lobster, Inc., Army and Air Force Exchange Services and Canteen, Inc. His educational clients included the College of Boca Raton, FL; Les Roches Hotel School, Switzerland; New England Association of Schools and Colleges; University of Alberta, Canada; American Hotel/Motel Education Institute; and the University of Northern Arizona. Alley has been recognized by his peers with a number of profes­ sional awards, including the In­ ternational Achievement Award Two Can Lose Cheaper Than One! Center 77x weigbl-/oss pKt/esioruiJs • Got a friend? Split the cost of reducing between you! There's no better time than now to make the commitment to yourself and a friend. Get serious, call The Diet Center today for details, 315-536-3730. Offer expires 9115190. 100 East Main Street, Penn Yan • 315-536-3730 $.95 Pet Minute • $1.50 First Minute vdifsttd of loM will vary with IndlviduiL 01990 Diet O n ter bic BEAUTIFY AND PROTECT YOUR HOME FOR LIFE WITH GOLD BOND VINYL SIDING! Go/d Bond KNAPP & SCHLAPPI LUMBER CO., INC. 273 Lake Street 536-3383 Penn Van Open M o n d a y - Friday 7:30-5; Saturday 7:30-4 U i- top two finishers from four regions will compete. Attica vrill be going along with Penn Yan from this region. The state Health Department sponsors the water tasting contest and has held similar contests the past few years, according to Randy McDermott, senior sanitary engineer with the department’s Bureau of Public Water Supply Protection, who notes that the contest is one way to alert people that water facilities need attention. Penn Yan’s water also reached the state fair competition last year, but came in second. Jensen is hopeful that this year will be different. The water treatment plant operator also noted a point of in­ terest in the contest, saying, “We’re (Penn Yan) the only one in the contest that has no filtration system. We just add chlorine and fluoride. “We’re fortunate,” he added, “that the lake is in as good of shape as it is.” BlRTks A daughter, Mallory Elisabeth, weighing 8 pounds, 14 V. ounces, was bom July 31, 1990 at Geneva General Hospital, to Stephen and Susan (Mar­ shall) Morse of Penn Yan. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John W. Marshall of Auburn. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Anne Morse of Peon Yan. ingofOlatha, KS, Paternal grandparents ore Frank and Judy Keeling of Olatha, KS, for­ merly of (jorham. Maternal groat-grandmothcr is ' Grace Bighara of Reed Corners. A daughter, Sara Elizabeth, was born July 19, 1990 to Phil and Jac­ queline Cripps of Rochester. Maternal grandparents are Albert (Bud) and Ella Cripps of Gorham. A daughter, Emily Grace, was born July 31, 1990, to Pat and Cathy Keel- from the Council on Hotel, Res­ taurant, Institutional Education (CHRIE) in 1988. Additionally, both the Rochester Restaurant Association and the New York State Restaurant Association recognized him vrith Awards for Service to Education and In­ dustry, in 1988 and 1980 respec­ tively. A son, Joseph Todd (J.T.), weighing 7 pounds. 12 ounces, was bom July 18, 1^0, to Boe and Lori (Schmidl) Hall orBediaisa, NC. Maternal grandparents are Ronald and Bonnie Schmidl of Penn Yan. Paternal grandparents are Bernard and Florence Hall of Durham, NC. Maternal great-grandparents are Tom and ELma Grady of Florida, and maternal great-great-grandfather is Wilbur Synonds of Elmira. Chicken Barbecue Saturday, August 25th efG o f t h e Branchport Methodist Church Serving 4:30 til... 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SALE 5 5 0 ( FREE ENVELOPE IMPRINTING Many more item s on sale. S t o p i n a n d , s e e c o m p l e t e s e l e c t i o n . CARDS & BOOKS, OFFICE SUPPLIES lOl Main SIreet. Penn Yan, NY 530-3131 Mun.-Thurs. 9-5:30: FrI. 9-8:30: Sot. 9-S 4 . -

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