Deputy Commissioner sought
The Schuyler County Board of Elections is seeking to fill the position of Deputy Commissioner (Democratic Party). This is a full-time position with a salary range of $39,482 - $44,417, dependent on experience, and an excellent benefit package which includes: NYS Retirement; Health Insurance; option for Deferred Compensation, paid sick, personal, holiday, and vacation time. This is a politically appointed position and reports directly to the Schuyler County Democratic Commissioner.
Applicants must be a registered Democrat residing in Schuyler County. A bachelor’s or associate degree is preferred; however, a minimum of two years of college or related work experience will be considered. Successful candidates will have strong written and verbal skills; ability to work with BOE staff, vendors, volunteers, county residents, and State officials in a bipartisan manner; must be detail oriented and can maintain strict confidentiality.
Additionally ,successful applicants will be proficient in Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, and Power Point; can learn and operate operational computer programs; can follow direction and be self-motivated and managed; can comprehend and apply NY State Election Laws; and can work weekends and evenings when needed.
Interested applicants should submit their resume with employment contacts included, cover letter, and three personal references to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rest in Music Moment
First Presbyterian Church of Watkins Glen
In the midst of our busy weeks, we want to offer you a chance to rest. Every Wednesday from 12 to 12:45, our sanctuary will be open for music and meditation. Come for a few minutes, or stay the whole time. There is no program or pressure, just time to quiet your thoughts in our sanctuary and listen to music.
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The Glen Baptist Church would love to give spiritual assistance to our community during these difficult times. We encourage you to visit our Facebook page to hear Pastor Paul Brown for our online worship service Sunday at 10:30 a.m., and a Sunday School lesson at 9:30 a.m. On Sunday evenings at 5:30 p.m. you can hear some members from our church share how they came to know Christ as their Savior.
Our church website is www.glenbaptistchurch.org. If you have questions or concerns or want to share a prayer request, email us at email@example.com or leave a message at 607-535-4802. Be sure to leave your contact information so we can get back to you.
Hometown Heroes Banner Program
To Honor Veterans in the Village of Odessa area, a Hometown Heroes Banner Program has been initiated and is now seeking Veteran banner applications. Banners displaying a veteran's name, rank & photo are to be hung in the Village from early May until just past Veterans Day.
A veteran, from any branch of the Armed Forces, any rank at any time, must have lived in the Village of Odessa at some point in his or her life and can be alive or departed. A good quality photo in uniform is required to be submitted with an application but will be returned.
Banner cost is $100 and donations in any amount are appreciated. Applications & donations can be made out to the Village of Odessa, and sent c/o Peggy Tomassi, 407 Merchant Ave., Odessa, NY 14869.
Applications are available at the Odessa Municipal Building or by visiting https://www.nyvillageofodessa/hometownherobannerprogram
and must be submitted by April 3rd.
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Of Schuyler County
In conjunction with Catholic Charities and the Youth
Located in the Human Services Building
Free & Confidential
Information & Referrals
Interim Family Program
24/7 hotline 607-742-9629
For youth up to age 21 who are at risk of becoming
homeless or have run away
Alarms Now Mandatory in All Homes
As of February 22, 2010, all new and existing homes that burn fuel
for heat or appliances or that have an attached garage, must have
a carbon monoxide alarm. This includes one-family or multi-family
dwellings, owned or rented.
Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas that results
when any fuel is burned. Examples of common sources that could produce
CO (carbon monoxide) are:
*fuel-fired furnaces (not electric)
*gas water heaters
*fireplaces and wood stoves/coal stoves
*non-electric space heaters
These alarms may be purchased at Home and Hardware stores. For more
information on carbon monoxide and alarms, go to http://www.dos.state.ny.us/fire/COtoolkit.htm
or contact Schuyler County Emergency Management at 535-8200.
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