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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, September 25, 1985, Image 14

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m a - .-^i •A CO ttl Creatine! Enaf ten oroarams for gifted and talented pupUs won a state recognition for Minoa Etementary teacher Joan Cregg. She and her pupils, Susan Oar- row, Colleen Kennedy, Jason Bali, Chris Everhart, Sam Gatvagno, Beth Carroll and Gina Sickinger, Kathleen Grlnnals and Eric Farrell admire the congratulat­ ory sign created by Minoa teachers for Mrs. Cregg. TTTMUIMMMMTI MTTMllil Have we got entertainment for YOU ! Shirley Jones... Sid Caesar... John Raitt... and More! 1 Oct 4 & 5 SHIRLEY JONES CaNin CuStet Conducing 2 Now 1 & 2 Around the World wiu> WALTER NOONA 3 No» 29 4.30 The Best ot ROOCERS AND HAMMERSTE1N Catvm CuSte* Conducting 4 Dec 20&21 Hiwauan Motattys WITH RICHARD HA YUAN 5 Feb 7 & 8 An evening o ' comedy and song with SID CAESAR AND CAROL LAWRENCE CsN-tn Custer Conducting 6 Ma/ 7 48 NELSON RIDDLE 7 Mar 14 & IS BERNSTEIN AND SONOHEIM ON BROADWAY C*fvm Custer Conducting 8 Apr 25 & 26 (Landmark Theatre) JOHN RAITT CaJvtn Custer Conducting Choose the series for you. Pop* 8 — You gel all 8 wonderful evenings of entertainment 1 Orcn $105. 95^-75. $5 Mezz $105. 95 Bale $75 65 55 Pops 4 — includes concerts t 3.6.8 Pop* 3 — includes concerts 2 4 7 Orch $65 60. 50 42 50 Orch $52 50 47 50 40 32 50 Mer? $65.60 Mezz $52 50 4 7 50 Bale $50. 42 50 34 Bale $40 32 50 26 50 Students and senior cHtxwtt may d#duci J t o from a«c/i Pop* 8 tertei only Ail concerts at 6 30 p m on Friday and Saturday evenings at the Crouse-Minds Concert Theater of the Cmc Center unless otherwise specified Cat! 424-8200 II busy can 424-8222. From out of town can 1-800-331-0113. Yes, I want to subscribe. • 8. • 4 or • 3 Concerts • Friday, or • Saturday Evening • Orcn. • Mezz or O Bale Seats Name_ Address City PnonevOay. Night • I fiave enclosed my check tor $ _ payable to the Syracuse Symphony (Arid $t 00 Handling charge) Mail to Syracuse Symphony Subscriptions. 411 Montgomery SU Syracuse. NY 13202 To charge ticUts (MasterCard, visa. Amex) caS box office 424-t200. or 424-4222 Sponsored by MAer Brewing Co. FwftoaNY -rue W I VIS-TV z°5 2S™ ANNIVERSARY Photographer Available For FM District Residents A photographer will be avail able from 8 30 a m to noon Oc­ tober 5 at Favetteitiie Elemen tarv School to take individual color photographs of any person 11\ irtg rn the Favetteville- Man 11 us School District Person.* \*h<> want to make an appointment or who want more information may call Donna Scofield. FayEl. 637-6781 or Gale Suhowatsky. Wei I wood 637-6263 Included in the package will be one 5x7. two 3Sx5 and mm- mini wallet pictures The charRi- is payable at the time of the Mt tmg Seniors Slate Bazaar The Favetteville Senior Center. 584 East Genesee St. will hold its annual fall bazaar and bake sale Thursday and Friday September 26 and 27 Handmade items will be on sale, perfect for gift-giving at holiday time Alberta Raymond and Philomena van Hal are chair­ men of the bazaar and Margaret Jeffords ts chairman of the bake sale The door prize will be a hand knit baby set —sweater, hat and booties, that won a first prize at the 1985 New York State Fair and was donated by Philomena van Hal Reunion Group Will Meet A Minoa School reunion for all classes from 1916 to 1965. will be held tn August 1986 for any­ one connected with the Minoa School The reunion is now in the planning stage and anyone in­ terested tn working on the com­ mittee may attend the next meeting September 30 at 7 30 p m at the Minoa Methodist Church meeting room A representative from each class should have the addresses of each class member by that tune Offer Driving Course There will be a six-hour defen­ sive driving course, offered by the National Safety Council, from Bam to 3 p m Saturday. September 28. at the DeWitt Town Hall, corner of Kinne Rd and Erie Blvd There will be a 10 per cent re­ duction in auto liability insur ance premiums for a three -year period, plus a reduction of thre^ points from the driving record for those completing the course For more information, call 463-4266 Dinner To Benefit Seniors A fund-raising dinner to be­ nefit town of Manlius senior citi zens will be held at 6 30 p m Thursda> . October 10 at the t*n ited Methodist Church of Favet­ teville Checks reserving a ticket for the dinner must be received b\ Monday. October 7 at the Man lius Town Recreation Dept \Luncheon is Served\ will present the dinner Banjo musir will conclude the evening To Teach Financial Planning A financial planmngclass will meet on Tuesday Evenings from 7 to 9 p m October 1 through October 22 Topics covered will include investments, analysis of the changing environment and vie­ wing retirement planning as an ongoing process There ts a registration Fc*e Call the Town of Manlius Recre ational Office at 637-5188 for more information Will Viat Corning Glass Center There will be a senior adult bus trip to the Corning Glass Center October 8 with lunch at Pierce's 1894 Restaurant iVhen making reservations participants should specify choice of roast turkey or baked ham on your check For more information, con tract the Town of Manlius Re creation Dept .637-5188 Senior (kimes Set At Cortland October S is the date for senior games at SUNY-Cortland The games are to promote the gen­ eral welfare of -senior Citizens and provide bus transportation for participants and spectators Call the Town of Manlius Re creation Dept before September 27 to make reservations mm mm i in i HIT AFFORDABLE USED CAR RENTALS used car rentals DAILY • WEEKLY • MONTHLY New Cars ^ ^ ^ $g95 V per day 8c ...per mile Available Don t rent more car then you need Our rental rates meet insurance company re­ placement allowances \RECONDITIONED FOR RELIABILITY\ All Major Cted't Ci'ds Accepted 5427 N. Burdick St., Favetteville 637-4421

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