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Editorial

Erin Wisneski

Editor, Baldwinsville Messenger
315-434-8889 Ext: 332

Erin can be reached at editor@baldwinsvillemessenger.com.

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Youth Club to offer thought-provoking program Feb. 10

Susan Bertrand and Bryan Morgan are once again delivering inspiration to teens.

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Big Chill 2013 - Polar Bear Plunge features new non-plunging group

Cristina Jardine believes this year’s Polar Bear Plunge will blow last year’s record out of the water.

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Paige’s Butterfly Run gives $220,000 to Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital

Chris Arnold credits online fundraising for Paige’s Butterfly Run’s record breaking numbers this year.

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Small gestures travel long way

Baldwinsville’s Boy Scout Troop 80 recently embraced the holiday spirit.

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Creating an environment for cultural expression

Local dentist invests to bring community the Baldwinsville School of Music

John Damiano has combined his passion for music with his savvy business smarts to bring the Baldwinsville School of Music to the community.

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Santa Claus is coming to town

PEACE wraps up annual Christmas giveaway

Nearly 40 children received a little Christmas early last Thursday when Santa Claus stopped by PEACE Inc.

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One last playground romp for 2012

Lillian Jean Benson, 4, of Baldwinsville, enjoys swinging at McHarrie Park last Tuesday when temperatures reached the 70s.

Christmas in the Village - B’ville tree lighting event scheduled for Dec. 1

Take the family out for a festive evening in the village this Saturday.

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Beaver Lake’s new children’s room honors memory of Gretchen Snedeker

On April 10, 2008, 24-year-old Gretchen Snedeker was driving through the city of Oneida when she was hit head on by a vehicle traveling at 55 mph. The driver, a mechanic whose license had been suspended seven times, survived. Gretchen did not.

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‘Homelessness can happen to anyone’

Nine girls recently spent the night in a cardboard box – no phones, no music and, most importantly, no food or drink.

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