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Randolph School Budget Passes

Randolph Central School approved its 2019-20 school budget Tuesday night. By a vote of 212 to 20, Randolph voters approved the $20,023,162 spending plan. The budget is a 0.62% increase from the 2018-19 school budget. The $4,610,510 tax levy remained flat from the previous year, according to the district’s property tax report card. The community also approved the establishment of a capital improvements reserve fund by a vote of 203 to 25. In the board of education election, candidates Daniel Jackson received 193 votes, Kyle A. Brown received 174 votes, Julie Milliman received 158 votes, Peggy Root received 127 votes. Jackson, Brown and Milliman were all elected to a board member position.

Town Of Gerry Parade Set Sat.

GERRY — The town of Gerry Memorial Day parade is set for Sunday. The line-up is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. at the Gerry Fire Hall with the parade beginning at 2 p.m. The parade will proceed up Route 60 to the Gerry Cemetery where the speaker for the memorial ceremony will be Susan Rowley, president of the Blue Star Mothers. Additional individuals or groups are welcome to join the parade. Phone Cherin Mehs at 985-4257 for additional information.

Panama Reunion Banquet June 22

PANAMA — The Panama Central School 2019 Alumni Reunion Banquet will be held Saturday, June 22, at Center Point at the United Methodist Church in Panama. Registration will take place at 5 p.m. with dinner beginning at 6 p.m. Dinner will be provided by 3’Cs Catering. Cost for the evening is $19 a person. Payments and registration must be received by June 1. No payments will be accepted the night of the banquet. Send reservations and payments to Roe Anne Faulkner at 502 Blockville Watts-Flatts Road, Ashville, NY 14710, or call 782-3060. The next meeting of Alumni Committee will be June 17 at 9 a.m. at the Panama Diner.

Female Actors Wanted For Play

WARREN — Yesteryear Productions is seeking female actors to perform in Equality of Rights by Gerald Argetsinger, a play about the women who pioneered the idea of women’s rights. The show is a traveling show that will include a performance at the site of the first women’s rights convention, the Women’s Rights National Historical Park in Seneca Falls the weekend of July 19-20. Rehearsals start immediately and take place in Warren; carpooling is available from Jamestown. For more information, email yesteryearacting@gmail.com or call Jenette Guntly, director, toll-free, at 888-548-8858.

Falconer Memorial Day Festival Set

FALCONER — The Der Kobblers will be hosting its annual Memorial Day Festival in the Park Cruise In, Saturday in Davis Park, West Main Street, Falconer from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Hazeltine Library Board To Meet

BUSTI — The Hazeltine Public Library board will meet at 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 28, at the library, 891 Busti-Sugar Grove Road. The public is welcome to attend. For more information, call the library at 487-1281.

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