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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, August 20, 1986, Image 11

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y<*\; .r>,y Our Mai JCC Promises .(Continued, from Page 4) plans of others vying for owner­ ship of the school. The JCC is built on community participa­ tion and without the non-Jewish Irish Children Enjoyed Show Bianchi Holds Police Group Endorses Dillon and Jewish community in­ volvement, the JCC could not fulfill its mission. / MARK FIELD President, JCC To the Editor: A hearty round of applause to Bob Charles and the Town of Mahllus' Recreation Depart­ ment for welcoming once again the children from war-torn involved in staging the show, and the sound and size of our high school auditorium did it justice. Because of Ireland's high un- Northern Ireland and ih*^S? a ^^^*^ m hosts to the opening night per ^neighborhoods, most of these children have never seen a fully mounted stage production. It is heartwarming to note Protes­ tant and Catholic children bef- formance of \Music Man\ at Fayetteville-Manlius High School auditorium. The children called it a ridding each other during their \beautiful'* show, and with good summer vacation in the USA, reason. Its exuberant cast of f Q , they would not be allowed to about 60 talented young people y^i-jWW.nrti*\' i« Troi«mri directed by Jeanne Keefe com bined with Nancy Epoch's 22- member orchestra to perform Meredith-Willson'S wondrous score in this classic American musical comedy. About 115 were Honor Bird The New York State Bird- the bluebird-will be honored by the Upstate New York Bluebird Society at 1 p.m. September 20 at the Mount Markham Senior High School in West Winfield. Dr. Lawrrence Zeleny of Hyattsville, Md., founder of the North American Bluebird Society (NABS) and author of \The Bluebird, How You Can Help Its Fight for Survival,\ will be guest speaker. Mary Janetatbs; executive 1 director of NABS,, and Chuck Dupree, NABS treasurer, will also give presentations. The meeting is open to the public. Reservations for the dinner in the school cafeteria must be made by September 8. There is a fee. Reservations and money should be sent to Bucky Hoover, Box 239 R.D. 2, West Winfield, 13491. Seasoned RVers trust Jayco... season after season. When you do a lot of traveling, you get to know what's neces­ sary for comfort and convenience on the road. That's why Jayco travel trailers and fifth wheels have such a loyal following. They offer roomy, beautiful lnteiiora and lots of \little\^fc^ touches, all In an RV that's MR ji built to last. 1\* jjf Jaycd 1987 Models are In stock .and on SALE NOW! SEVEN O'S 9589 RECREATIONAL SALES & SERVICE DeVaul Rd., Klrkville, N.Y. 13082 (315) 687-9342 rheet each other in Ireland. It is good for our children to share their Homes and:hbspital- -ityV'with these gentle, polite youngvisitors.,, Let me'relay the gratitude of Project Children and their or­ ganizers and express my own thanks, for your, kind generosity in enabling this excellent enter­ tainment. \Music Man\ was a delight. \ JACIUE COl/EY FayefEeville Fundraiser Republican/Conservative State Senate Candidate Doreen E. Bianchi will be honored at a cocktail party 4 to 6 p.m. Sun­ day, August 17 at the home of Jim and Nancy Lange of Cottons Rd., Canastota. The reception is being spon­ sored by the Bianchi For Senate Campaign Committee and \will help finance Miss Bianchi's can­ didacy for the 48th State Senate District seat. Those wishing to attend may contact the Bianchi For Senate headquarters located at 5900 Butternut Dr., East Syracuse, 437-0346. Endorse Hoffman State Senator Nancy Larraine Hoffmann^ incumbent Democ­ rat, has been\ endorsed by the New York State Federation of Police. \Sen. Nancy Larraine Hoffman has worked diligently throughouther career to ensure the fair -treatment^ of public safety officers in' New York State r \saidRalph Purdyj presi­ dent ofthe NYSFP. The New York State Federa­ tion. : df Police;1has endorsed Onondaga Gouh^ Sheriff John Dillon's bid for re-election. 'The unique blend of modern and advanced technology com­ bined with the dogged determi­ nation of Sheriff Dillon are what make the Onondaga County Sheriffs Dept. the top- notch agency that it is,\ Ralph Purdy, president of the federa­ tion,, said. \Our endorsement acknowledges his hard work and calls oh the^people of Onondaga County to see fail that he con­ tinues to improve the quality of law enforcement in their ^county,\ he added. ••• - : •. Mr. Dillon was first elected to the post in 1980. During his te- > nitre as sheriff} the department <n was • presented with the Most* » Outstanding Law Enforcement .; M Agency in New York State-® award by the International « American Legion. Sophisticated SivicjCes QocfktaiC T5uffe.r ZPctrttf Wednesday, Sep ternGcv~ 1% 19Se six.~t/iir~ty j3.m. ^Vlustc Gtj QacR ZKretscfier- T/u? Weffiyigtovt CHousc 1262 Cast- Gencsc*. 5tree OatjCtteViCte, sYcut 3c>r- tfie over Jorttf set\ s 2?> jperjierson <0 00 m » CD e 3

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