Monday, February 19




-  WEATHER -



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Village:

Waterville Public Library:

Waterville Central School District:

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- WCS SPORTS -

From Waterville Sports Boosters:





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March:




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No Blog Posts on Wednesday, February 21st or Friday 23rd.
Please refer to the calendars and flyers above. 
Contact the location or party responsible for more or updated information.


Friday, February 16

Reminder:
WCSD will dismiss early today to allow students, parents, and staff to attend services to honor Nancy Morgan.  Memorial Park Elementary will dismiss at 2 pm. Waterville Jr/Sr High School will dismiss at 2:20 pm.

As listed in the obituary, a mass in celebration of Nancy's life will be held at 3 pm.  A Celebration of Life will follow at Four Eleven Tower Street.


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- WCS SPORTS -

Section III Basketball Playoffs:

Boys Class D
Play Friday, February 16 @ Old Forge at 6 pm


Girls Class D
Play Friday, February 16 @ Waterville at 6 pm


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March:







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- AROUND TOWN -

Gas & Milk:





Thursday:










Friday:




Wednesday, February 14

- IN MEMORIAM -



Nancy R. Morgan (Rockwell)
March 10, 1956 - February 13, 2018
Click here for Obituary and Celebration of Life Details

WCSD announced a slightly early dismissal to allow students, parents, and staff to attend services to honor Nancy.  Memorial Park Elementary will dismiss at 2:00 pm.  Waterville Jr./Sr. High School will dismiss at 2:20 pm.

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Congratulations to Sophie Wittenbeck who hit 1000 points during the Girls Varsity Basketball game on Tuesday night against Mount Markham!  Waterville won 60-34.
Click Here for syracuse.com coverage







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March:



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The Boy Scout Pinewood Derby took place over the weekend with lots of creative and speedy designs.






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Sun and blue skies made Tuesday feel almost as warm as today's 45 degrees.


I took only a handful pictures on our walk yesterday, as much of the village looked, well, the same in this wintry time of year.  When news traveled of Nancy Morgan's passing, this picture was quickly nixed.  However, I added it back.  For it doesn't even do justice to the eye-catching pool of light that caused me to stop and take it.  It glimmered more noticeably than the other houses on the street, just like Nancy Morgan, and I think much of the village would agree.