Community Table Dinner needs some volunteer help

If you haven’t heard, the Yates County Chamber of Commerce recently named PYTCo and the Sampson Theatre as the benefactors for this year’s “Farm to Table Dinner” on the Main Street Bridge. This event was a huge success the previous time they hosted it, and they sold out the entire event this year in under six hours!
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A train travels across the Keuka Lake Outlet near Dresden. This week in 1872, representatives of the Sodus Bay and Corning Railroad examined the Dresden line and other routes to determine construction plans for the railroad. PROVIDED PHOTO 

1972: Lakemont to reopen as Glen Springs Academy

Items in this column were selected by volunteers on behalf of the Yates County History Center after searching records found at nyshistoricnewspapers. org. In the future, these volunteers will summarize news items from the past in the organization’s bimonthy newsletter, Yates Past, which is available to all members of the Yates County History Center. For more information about becoming a member, visit
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Bethany Ann St. Pierre and Curtis E. Larzelere were wed in holy matrimony Saturday, May 21, 2022 at Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Church in Rochester. PROVIDED

Larzelere and St. Pierre wed

Curtis E. Larzelere, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Larzelere of Bluff Point, and Bethany Ann St. Pierre, daughter of Edward St. Pierre of Buffalo and Mrs. Elliot Macomber of Spencerport, were wed in holy matrimony Saturday, May 21, 2022. Rev. John Loncle officiated at the 2:30 p.m. ceremony at Blessed Sacrement Roman Catholic Church in Rochester.
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A few of the Milo Center UMC young disciples and families gathered despite the stormy weather on Monday, Aug. 29 at Mac's Dairy Bar to support PYTCo and have great fun together playing mini golf and enjoying an ice cream treat. PROVIDED

Church Briefs

This past Sunday, Pastor Sandi spoke again from the scripture of Jeremiah 2: 4-13. Jeremiah felt we could not listen to God to follow his plan, as we were going our own way on our own plans. We need to listen to the direction God has for us. Years ago, our late member and friend, Ernie Pinneo, set aside monies to send our kids to summer Casowasco sleep-over church camp in Moravia, NY. This year, Lyanna and Lilly got to learn about Jesus and share the fun at this lakeside camp. This is such a great opportunity
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1872: Monster rattlesnake invades home in Naples

Yates County History Center The Chronicle-Express -- Consolidation, January 1, 1926, of the Yates County Chronicle (1824) and the Penn Yan Express (1866); the Rushville Chronicle (1905) and the Gorham New Age (1902) The Yates County History Center’s volunteers have gleaned these entries for your enjoyment from their digitized newspapers. You can access them at the free site www.nyshistoricnewspapers.
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‘Dance in a square, make a circle of friends!’

The Penn Yan Friendship Squares is inviting everyone to a free introduction to Western Square Dancing. Join us for our casual Open House at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 7, at the Penn Yan Grange on Route 54A across from Indian Pines Fruit Stand.
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