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October 29, 2012

Closings, Delays and Cancellations

Andes School — Closed

Afton School District — Closed

Bainbridge-Guilford School District — Closed

Charlotte Valley School District — Closed

Delaware Academy School — Closed

Downsville School District — Closed

Dryden School District — 2 hour delay

Franklin School District — Closed

Gilbertsville-Mount Upton School District — Closed

Greene School District — Closed

Hancock School District — Closed

Hartwick College — Closed until Noon

Holy Family — Closed

Laurens Central School District-Closed

Margaretville School District — Closed

Milford School — Closed and no after school activities on Wednesday

Mountainview School District — Closed

NCOC BOCES in Grand Gorge — Closed

Norwich City School District — Closed

Oneonta City school District — Closed

Oxford School District — Closed

Roxbury School District — Closed

Schenevus School — Closed

Sherburne-Earlville School District — Closed

Sidney Central School District — Closed

Sidney Head Start — Closed

South Kortright School District — Closed

Stamford School District — Closed

SUNY Oneonta — Class before Noon are canceled.

Unadilla Valley School District — Closed

Wayne Highlands School District — Closed

Walton School District — Closed

Walton Nursery School — Closed

Worcester School — Closed




Davenport Town Hall -- Closed and budget hearing meeting also canceled

Mountainview Social Club -- Closed

Planned Parenthood -- Oneonta, Sidney, Walton, Norwich, Binghamton -- Closed

The Downsville Central School Halloween Parade has been postponed until Friday, November 2, 2012 at 1:30 PM. Trick or Treating will also be postponed until Friday evening.



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  • April activities abound at Thanksgiving Home There were many April fool jokes played here at Clara Welch Thanksgiving Home on April 1. Some of us found our door name plates turned upside down or swapped with one from another door and furniture and objects were mysteriously moved around in our rooms. The dining room was completely transformed from its usual formal setting into a hodpodge of mismatched china and … horrors, plastic tablecloths and paper napkins. Each table was decorated with a different theme, Christmas, Halloween, Thanksgiving and Easter. Christmas carols played in the background. We suspect that Dee Bouck, of Personal Care and John Santello, Activities Director, were mainly responsible for this mayhem.

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