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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, December 04, 1985, Image 12

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CD « e a oo £3 E « « O 3 JO 3 W CO a» ui Auditions For Shows Auditions for the^xt perfor­ mance of the Syracuse (Contem­ porary Dance Co havV been scheduled for 2pm December 7 at the Syracuse School of Dance, which is located in Erwin United Methodist Church. Euchd and Westcott Sts.. Syracuse. The dance company is about to start rehearsing for the second concert performance under the direction of MaryPat Mueller Planned for May 17 at -Syracuse Stage is a program featuring original choreography in con­ temporary ballet, jazz and mod­ ern dance. Those auditioning must be at least IS years old and be ad­ vanced or professional dancers. They should come prepared to learn sections of each choreog­ rapher's work prior to auditions. Call 452-1172 for further de­ tails. Syracuse Musical Theatre will hold auditions for its April show from 7 to 10pm December 9 and 10 in the Bevard Room of the Onondaga County Civir Center All roles are open, and direc­ tor Bob Steingraber is looking for dancers and a chorus. Call 422-5247 for information Plan Comet Party Bunches of Balloons, left, and Mama Bear, will join Alemeda Whttis, a storyteller, at \Bears Balloons and Fantasy,\ me Everson Museum's party for museum members arm their children. The festivities will begin at 1:30 p.m. December 7 and are being held in conjunction with the Holiday Festival of Trees fund-raising event at the museum. Mama Bear is a \hug therapist\ from Mama Bears in the Canal Bam on Cedar Bay Rd., and Bunches of Balloons delivers balloon-a-grams locally. The Festival of Trees, which Is open to the public, begins December 5 and continues through December 11. There will be a Halley's Comet party and Geminid Meteor shower watch from 6.30 to 9 p m December 13 at Beaver Lake Nature Center. Baldwmsville Along with celestial observ­ ing. Discovery Center's educa­ tion associates wijl hold a series of rughtwalks — nature hikes in the dark — m which particip­ ants use their senses of touch, hearing and smell, instead of sight, to identify local plants and animals Mark Anniversary The DeWitt and Fayetteville Fnendry restaurants are mark ing a dual celebration, that of the 50th anniversary of the re­ staurant chain and the opening of the new Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield. Mass Friendly customers can obtain discount coupons for admission to the hall of fa^e The coupon represents a 50 per cent discount off the regular admission pnee The Basketball Hall of Fame moved into its new quarters ear­ lier this year Friendly restaurants and basketball were founded in Springfield The promotion continues through December 31 while the coupon supply lasts SPORTING CLASSICS & LEARBURY \VALUE\. The Quality of Woolrich at Learbury Prices Value means we don t carry seconds or closeouts those other so called outlet stores like Instead we carry first quality merchandise and well-respected brand name sportswear At Learbury s value also means Woolrich—since 1830 a name trusted lor classic styling and durability You can trust Woolrich outerwear for one more thing — warmth Because many Woolrich products are made with Thinsulate. a revolutionary insulation that s twice as warm as down, but with a lot less bulk This makes Thinsulate perfect for active pursuits, especially since it absorbs less than 1% of its weight in water All this makes Woolrich the classic Aii-Amencan coat Learbury s prices make Woolrich the All-Amencarfvalue lum Run Jacket—Warmth without bulk in a three- quarter length wool-lined coat Available in Navy. Tan. and Graphite Retail pnee $140.00 Our price $105.00 W ool lined mountain parka— A must to survive the fall and winter season, this parka is made of 60 40 ramar cloth Men s and women s sizes Available in five colors Retail price $100.00 Our price $67.00 T ioga Jacket—This sturdy lacket combines 65°o polyesterU5 °o cotton shell with the warmth ol Thinsulate 80% warmer than down by weight Available in three colors Retail price $110.00 Our price $88.00 A lpine Jacket—Perfect for a i ^variety of active cold weather pursuits, this Thinsulate jacket allows freedom of movement won a ragtan sleeve Available m Navy/Red. NaturalTtevy and Graphite-Gray combinations Retail price $85.00 Our price $65.00 Learbury Where a man's got it made • N Sahna AlLaurel St Mon Sat 5 30pm Mon & Fn evenings 8pm New Store Hours Begin December 9tn Mon f n 9am-8pm. Sat 9am-5 30pm The Geminid meteor shower is one of the most spectacular of the year. As many as 50 meteors have been recorded in an hour Throughout the evening, there will be persons helping identify various constellations and other celestial objects. They will provide information on meteors and Halle/a Comet It's expected that the comet will be easily visible in binocu * lars at this time and perhaps be dimly visible to the naked eye There is no admission fee In case of inclement weather, the cloud date will be December 14 For more information, call the center, 425-9068. The center's Halley Hotline 425-5397, will also carry infor mation about weather that may affect the Halley's Comet party OFFICIAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE TOWN OF DEWITT ADOPTION OF TOWN ORDINANCE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, that the following is the title and brief description of an ordinance dul\ enacted by the Town Board of the Town of DeWitt. in the County <rf Onondaga, and State of New York on November 25. 1985 and entered in its minutes. TITLE An Ordinance Amending Chapt. - 48 entitled \Vehicle and Traffic\ .,( the Code of the Town of DeWm DESCRIPTION One Stop Sign on Standish Drive. Eaatside at it* intersection with Old Lyme Road One Stop Sign on Old Lyme Road Northside at its intersection *tt» Standish Drive The above ordinance shall tak • effect on the tenth < 10) day after th< date of the publication of this notice provided. however, this ordinate •- shall take effect from the date of ii> service as against a person personally served with a rop% thereof certified by the Town Clerk under the corporate seal of the Tow r and showing the date of its paasa?> and entry in the minutes. Dated November 25. 1985 Marion L Dear Town Clerk E49-H. OFFICIAL NOTICE PUBUC NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF TOWN ORDINANCE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, that the following u the title and bnef description of an ordinance duh enacted by the Town Board of the Town of DeWitt. in the County of Onondaga, and State of New York on Monday. November25.1985. and entered in its minutes, to wit TITLE An Ordinance Amending Chapter 48 entitled \Vehicle and traffic of the Code of the Town of DeWitt DESCRIPTION Prohibit Parking on the westaide of Midler Park Drive running southeast from its intersection with Boxwood Lane to the dead-end at the cul-de-sac The above ordinance shall take effect on the tenth day after the date of publication of this notice provided, however, this ordinance shall take effect from the date of it* service as against a person personally served with a copy thereof certified by the Town Clerk under the corporate seal of the Town and showing the date of its passage and entry in the minutes. Dated: November 25. 1985 Marion L Dean Town Clerk £49-ltc OFFICIAL NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE TOWN OF DEWITT - ADOPTION OF 1988 BUDGET FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING FUNDS PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, that pursuant to the requirement* of the State and Local Fiscal Assistance Amendment of 1976, notice is hereby given that a copy of the entire 1985 budget, as adopted by the Town Board on November 7. 1985. including the Federal Revenue Sharing Funds, is available for S blic inspection at the Office of the erk of the Town of DeWitt, 6565 Kinne Road, DeWitt. New York, during usual business hours. Dated November 19. 1985 Marion L. Dean Town Clerk E49-ltc

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