Seeking full time employee for Riteway Auto Parts, 1
Marvin St., Deposit, NY. Automotive experience a plus. Must
have a valid driver’s license. (607) 467-2800.
Executive Assistant. – Detail oriented, accurate &
organized. Proficient in MS Office suite of products. E-mail
resume to email@example.com (Dedeco
Long Eddy, NY)
Taking applications for sawmill laborers.
Please apply in person at Cannonsville Lumber, 199 Old Route
10, Deposit NY. Pay based on experience.
Porosky Lumber is currently taking applications for
experienced sawmill laborers. Apply at the office
located at 1903 Crosstown Hwy, Preston Park, Pa. 18455.
Commercial Laundry Summer/Approximately 40 hours a week.
Starting in late June. Positions available in the folding
and sorting departments. Also, positions available loading
and unloading laundry on delivery trucks. Must be able to
lift at least 50 pounds for delivery positions. Apply at the
Commercial Laundry Facility at 505 West Front Street,
Hancock, NY 13783. Apply Monday through Friday 10 AM to 3:30
PM. phone 607-637-2501.
Line Cook wanted at Indian Head Camp for the summer! FT
or PT. call us at 914-345-2155.
Antiques Wanted! Latimer Antiques - Buying Locally for over 35 Years. Call (607) 231-9456.
PET GROOMING Professional Pet Grooming by
Kristie Clark – Hancock/Deposit and surrounding areas.
Silver Lake Rd. 607-427-4537. Pick up available.
STUMP REMOVAL. Free Estimates. Call 607-865-4257.
Bedroom Suite - Dresser with double mirrors, Armoire with night stand, Headboard with mattress and Box spring. $799. Call 607-722-1102.
2007 HARLEY DAVIDSON ULTRAGLIDE CLASSIC
LOW MILEAGE 10,000+
MOTHER OF PEARL WHITE GOLD
CRUISING FOOT PEGS
CHROME HAND CONTROLS
MAY BE SEEN IN DEPOSIT WEEKENDS ONLY
Yard Sale Attic Treasure Sale! Saturday, July 12, 9:00 to 1:00. Lake Como United Methodist Church, 377 Como Road. $5 Bag Sale at Noon. Something for everyone!
Estate Sale (Ramburg): July 11/12,10-4. Antique furniture, collectables, tools, jewerly, wooden chests, oil lamps, school house clock/desk, dolls, stamps, furniture, bottles, sulphide marble, decanters, Steuben frog, cherry hutch and drop leaf tables, one drawer stands, full scale train parts, hitching posts, Christmas plates, baritone, O&W items, Dick Price paintings, Terrance Tiernan oil painting (4x4), fishing poles, upright freezer, military items, cabinet sewing machine, Christmas items, tires(235-60-16), clothing (womens, junior, boys, carhartt), ALL household contents and more. 350 Pennsylvania Avenue, Hancock. NO EARLY BIRDS PLEASE.
191 Storage, PA side of Hancock: 5x5 - $30, 5x10 - $40,
10x10 - $60, 10x15 - $75, 10x20 - $95, 10x25 - $115, 10x30 -
$130. (570) 635-5888.
AlcoholicsAnonymous holds an open meeting every
Friday night at 7 p.m. at Father Rausch Hall, St. Paul’s
George E. May
We believe that on the night of July 13, 2012, God looked
down and saw how much you were suffering and said "George,
it’s time for you to come home." You went home peacefully
surrounded by your loving wife and four daughters. A day
doesn’t go by that you are not thought of. We miss you when
we have a question that we know you would know the answer
to. We miss you when we sit on the back porch (one of your
favorite things) and look at all the trees, bushes and
shrubs we got in your memory. We miss you when we watch the
bird feeders (another one of your favorite things). We miss
you and think about all the trips to Binghamton we took with
you and share memories of those trips. We love you and miss
you as much today as the night you went home.
Sal and Girls
Notice of Filing Completed
Pursuant to Section 516 of the Real Property Tax Law, Notice is hereby given that the Final Assessment roll for the Town of Hancock, County of Delaware, for the year 2014 has been completed by the undersigned Assessors. A certified copy thereof will be filed in the office of the Town Clerk on the 1st day of July 2014, where the same will remain open to public inspection.
Dated July 1, 2014
Assessors, Town of Hancock
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT the Village of Hancock will be accepting rate bids from electric and natural gas suppliers. Bids will be received at the Office of the Clerk, 85 East Front Street, Hancock, NY 13783 until 4:30 p.m. on the 14th day of July, 2014. They will be opened and read at 7:00 p.m., July 14, 2014 at the Village Clerk’s Office. The bids should be submitted in sealed envelopes at the above address and shall bear on the face thereof the name and address of the bidder. The bid will be awarded by the Village Board of Trustees to the lowest responsible bidder. The Village of Hancock may reject any and all bids at its discretion.
Dated: June 26, 2014
Legal Notices Continued:
The family of Eric Gotthardt would like to thank everyone who offered support, love, prayers and comfort to us during the devastating time of losing Eric. It is in times like this that we feel truly blessed living in a small community! Thank you to the Hancock Rescue Squad for their quick response, actions and care in trying to save Eric. To all of our family and friends, and especially Eric’s many friends, who rushed to the hospital to stand vigil with us. Your support at that time means more than words can express. Thank you to the American Legion for use of your hall in meeting with our family and friends after the funeral. To the Buckingham Baptist Church for providing prayers, food and helping serve and clean up. To Pastor Norton for the lovely prayer service, you were a big comfort to us. Jade Mason your skill, service and compassion were very much appreciated. Thank you to everyone for everything or anything you may have done in our time of grief to support us.....whether through words, prayers, flowers, food, monetary donations or moral support you showed how special and loved Eric was to so many!
God bless you all!
Stefanie, Adalina, & Jacob Gotthardt
Shaun, Karen & Adam Gotthardt
"Love all whom you hold dear
Precious is the time you share
Do not wait for tomorrow
For tomorrow may not be..."
We wish to thank everyone for their expressions of sympathy at the time of our loss of our sister, Louise Lombardi. We greatly appreciate your prayers, flowers, lovely cards, kind words, a friendly hug or a tasty dish, as we gathered with friends and family. Special thanks to those responsible for the luncheon after the service. Special thanks to Rev.
Joanne S. Utley and Rev. Dale Ashby for the beautiful service.
Edgar & Gina Skinner
Dixie & Fred Roucek and their families
Also, families of Leo Skinner and Joyce DuMond
The Northern Wayne Fire Company congratulates Kuni Holbert on receiving the Ben Franklin Community Service Award, and thanks her for her donation of the $500 award money to the Fire Company. It will be used to purchase much needed CPR Training Supplies.
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