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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, June 26, 1985, Image 8

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to CO Jerome Vtfeiss Or. 4eoHard Cavedoff Optometrists FAMILY VISION CARE 472-0339 .8076 Qazenovia Road (Rte. 92) Manlius, New York , (Across from Verbeck) J?L$wHI prepare you for job success when opportunity knocks. ~RfcS has helped 7.600 Individual clients make the right career. moves. Like Carol When Carol came to RLS she was discouraged. At 35. she'd never worked outside her home. She djdnl think there was a place tor her In the job market But RLS counselors helped Carol evaluate herskfllsand set up long term goals. Thanks to RLS. she found her first job fnjhe copying department of a nearby college. Now Carol's worked her way up to a promising position In the personnel office. Carol still visits RLS regularly to make sure she stays on the path to a secure future. J Ther's an opportunity out there for everyone. Half the battle^ knowing where you fit in. Ccdl The Regional teaming Service today. We can help you find your place In the world of work. Call 425-5352. and team more about what you have to offer an employer lis CAREER COUNSELING Regional Learning Service of Central New York 405 Oak Street Syracuse. N.Y 13203 425-5252 Receives Ho noi-s LeMoyne College has won first place honors in competition based on successful fund-raising from alumni The Council for Advancement and Support of Education will present LeMoyne with the U.S. Steel Alumni Giv­ ing Incentive award for the im­ provement category based on fund-raising in the 1983-4 fiscal year LeMoyne was the only first place winner among private, co-educational colleges with more than 1GVQ0Q alumni. LeMoyne almost doubled its un­ restricted alumni giving in 1983-4, raising $156,124, and the percentage of giving among alumni was increased from 19.4 to 36.2 per cent in the same period Director of development at LeMoyne is Daniel J. Healy.„ Frank R. Deusel, now communi­ cations specialist with Niagara Mohawk, was associate director of development and director of . alumni relations during the award-winning year. Assistant Editor Dr. Steven M.JCaplanQl Manlius recently parttelpated Irtthe administration of the New*.York 'Stfcte^oard Vf Optometry examinations held in. New York City. Or. Kaplan,rwho^asj;been associated ^vith Empire ^i«i6lpft;C^fite ir.*,^or J tHI ^Iast^eight years, was na^ * boar^/last;^\|u^^^|*)|uq7^.Jre' was; In­ volved fn tJv^s^^ of 106 prosjpe£tiyj£'etp^^^ tlon and licensure,/^ rists, who ha^r^ d training and%j(H!^a^^';ppt0^e^, co­ vered generaVo^ pediatric and geriatric, bp to ogy and pharmacology; David Hanion is manager of JEagan R[eal Estate.'anew office in^Ma^Hus;Wr^H?»ii6 a graduate of the Realtors InstHute'and a licensed real estate- broker,recently're^' ceived his second Golden Circle Award:' from the Greater Syracuse Board of Realtors. Eagan's Manlius office, at 219 East Seneca St., has 12 associates serv­ ing the eastern suburbs. Miriam Bladen of Fayettevllie has been named co-chairman of Crouse Irving Memorial Foundation's ninth annual Tri­ bute Dinner, September 7 at the. Hotel Syracuse. Mrs. Bladen is president of the Grouse Irving Memorial-Au*iliary. This year's dinner honors Dr. Margaret L. Wil­ liams, former rriedicar director and foun- der of the hospital's neonatal intensive care nursery. Speaking at the event will be Jeane J. Kirkpatrick, former U.S. ambas­ sador to the United Nations. To make di­ nner reservations call 470-7702. Michael J. McCaffrey has been named assistant editor and advertising manager of New YorkHolstein News, a monthly Heads IllSUranCe Ag©l*t8 GFOUD magazine for morethan 12,000 \ 1 Holstein dairymen in the Em­ pire State. In his new position the Mihoa natiye will* assist Janice Wallace L. (Skip) Co'nkling, a resident of Fayettevllie, was re- ? ently elected president of the ndependent insurance Agerjts of Gentrid \New York* - -. „ i • of Haylor, Freyer, and Coon^ flic., and is also past president of the Syracuse chapter of Char­ tered Property and Casualty Underwriters. Mr.- ConklfaRiglv4L^ TIME EVENT TIME EVENT 7:00-10:00 9:00 PANCAKE BREAKFAST - Christ Church/St. Ann's - St: Ann's Hall F-M YOUTH SOCCER - F-M High School Soccer Field 8 yrs. and under*- All Stars - t 10:00 to DARK - BOOTHS & CONCESSIONS OPEN 10:00 L.L. MINOR LEAGUE - World Series Major League Field 10:00 F-M YOUTH SOCCER - F-M High School Soccer Field 10 yrs. & under - All Stars 10:00 MASONIC MILITARY LODGE #93 OPEN HOUSE - Light Refreshments 10:00-4:00 MANLIUS HISTORICAL MUSEUM OPEN HOUSE - Current Exhibit: \Wool Industry in Eastern Onoridaga County in the 19th Century\ Black Smith, Spinning & Weaving Demos. PARADE - Starting at St. Ann's to Fayette St.. to Village Centre F-M YOUTH SOCCER - F-M High School Soccer Field 12 yrs; & under All Stars DEDICATION: MANLIUS CENTRE POND Welcome: A.A. Albanese,, Mayor Greetings: G. Wortley, Congressman ^ - Recognition Awards - ; ••10-.30 11:15 \11:30 12:00-6:00 c '12-9' 12:45-1:00 FIREMAN'S CHICKEN BARBEQUE Firehouse r Dinner & Beverage : . CONTINUOUS MUSle#^A|lbSTAND 12:00 L.L. SENIOR LEAGUE - SANTARO Field - Championship 1:00-3:00 FAMILY GAMES - Village Rec. Bldg., 3 legged races, Water Balloon Toss, Sack Races, Relay Races 12:30 F-M YOUTH SOCCER F-M High School Soccer Field Boys 14 yrs. and under 2:00 F-M YOUTH SOCCER F-M High School Soccer Field Girls 14 yrs. & under - girls to 16 yrs. 2:00 LITTLE LEAGUE - Major League Softball Championship - Major League Field 3:30 F-M YOUTH SOCCER F-M High School Soccer Field Boys 16-19 yrs. t 4:00 L.L. SENIOR LEAGUE SOFTBALL Championship - Major League Field 4:00 F-M SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL - Santaro Field Manlius Fire Dept. vs. American Legion 5:00 SOCCER - Mayor's Cup F-M High School Soccer Field Girls - Fayetteville vs. Manlius 7:00 SOCCER - Mayor's Cup F-M High School Soccer Field Boys - Fayetteville vs. Manlius 8:45 FLAG CEREMONY - Village Centre American Legion and VFW 9:00 FIRE WORKS Rec. Building Area ** In Case of rain dedication ceremonies will be held In the Village Centre Auditorium. - y -

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