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Bristol Valley trip planned
The Marion Seniors Club is planning a Trip to the Bristol Valley Theater on July 18 to see an Agatha Christie Play, "Go Back For Murder".

icket price is $27. Car-pooling may be possible, call Kay. Lunch arrangements have been made at the Redwood Restaurant, in Naples, and the price is usually around $10 which is on your own. Some of us look forward to stopping at Joseph's Wayside Market and Monica's Pies.

Tickets are limited so please let me know ASAP if you are interested in joining us. Call Kay Bonetti at 589-9490.

Color home or business to win
This year, Community Pride Day is just around the corner and will again include a Village wide floral planting effort!  Residents, schools and village businesses are invited to join the effort. We encourage you to get out and help make our community sparkle by cleaning up trash and planting colorful flowers around your own home yards and business store fronts this spring.   

A prize of $200 will be awarded to the most colorful Newark business exterior and $200 will be awarded to the most colorful Newark Resident’s front yard. To enter your front yard or your business, call Robbin Bremer at 331-4770.  Entries must be received by Friday, June 1 at 1 p.m. Judging will take place June 3.

Join your neighbors and volunteer on June 2nd to clean up our community and plant flowers around the village. The event will begin between 9:15 and 10 a.m., community volunteers will assemble in the parking lot on the south side of T. Spencer Knight Park near the Nesbitt & Williams Office (close to the intersection of Routes 31 and 88).  

Let’s show each other that we are proud to live here and do business in Newark.

The 2012 Newark “Color our Community Pride Day” is sponsored by Wal-Mart, Secor Hardware and Homecenter, Lyons National Bank, Newark Rotary Club, Kurt Weiss Newark, Newark Garden Club and the Village of Newark.

For any questions, please contact Steve Murawski at 331-4770 or e-mail at smurawski@villageofnewark.com.

School to hold spring concert
The Palmyra-Macedon High School Vocal Music Department will present their annual spring concert on Tuesday, June 5 at 7:30 p.m. in the High School Performance Arts Center.  

Performances will be given by the High School Chorus, under the direction of Mrs. Lois Fiegl, and the Select Choir, under the direction of Miss Jill Davis. Selections will include “For the Beauty of the Earth”, “Harper’s Creek”, “Ego sum panis vivus”, “Elijah Rock”, “Parting Blessing”, and many more.
Join the school for a beautiful evening of song as they celebrate the musical accomplishments of our students.

Delicious homemade brownie sundaes will be available after the concert for $3 each. Please bring a non-perishable food item for donation to the local food pantry.