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Palmyra
Chorale plans spring concert
The Canaltown Chorale’s spring concert, On a ride .... Back to the 60‘s,  will be on Sunday, June 3 at 4 p.m. at the Palmyra VFW-Post 6778 located at 4306 State Rt. 31 E. in Palmyra. Many popular songs from 60‘s artists Peter, Paul and Mary, Woody Guthrie, Simon and Garfunkel, Bob Dylan, the Beatles and more will be included. The Chorale will be under the direction of Mr. Jerry Hefley and Ms. Kay Oosterling will accompany on piano. A suggested donation of $5.00 per person will be accepted at the door.    

 These concerts are made possible in part with public funds from the New York State Council of the Arts Decentralization program, which is administered locally by Phelps Arts Center. For more information visit the Canaltown Chorale Facebook page or contact Pam Marsteiner at 315-946-9085 or Linda Shepard at 351-986-1607.

Newark
Democrats to host video
The Arcadia Democratic Committee will be showing a video – “Koch Brothers Exposed” at their regular meeting on Tuesday, May 29 at 7 p.m. at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Main Street, Newark in the Guild Room.

The Koch Brothers are plutocrats --  oil and gas billionaires, ready to buy any congressman, fund any lie, fight any law,  bust any union, despoil any landscape and shirk any tax burden.

Specifically they have pushed voter ID laws which are designed to keep Democrats from voting, started a campaign to privatize Social Security and other activities which are against the best interest of a majority of Americans from both political parties.

We invite any interested individuals to attend. If you have any questions feel free to call Liz Indick (Arcadia Democratic Committee Chairperson) at 315-331-4879 or via email at  HYPERLINK "mailto:elzind@rochester.rr.com" elzind@rochester.rr.com.

Lyons
Book review set at library
Friends of the Lyons Library Book Review will be Friday, June 1 at noon in the Community Room.
Pat Gorthy, Local resident and former teacher will review “Rin Tin Tin” by Susan Orlean. Bring your lunch and a friend. Dessert and beverage provided by the Friends.
Any questions please call 946-9262.
 
Lyons
Community Center plans golf tourney
The Lyons Community Center 7th Annual Golf Tournament will be Saturday, June 9 at Crooked Pines Golf Club in Macedon.

Cost is $60 per person (4 person scramble) and includes 18 holes, greens fees, cart, and dinner. Shotgun start will be at noon. Other contest include: longest drive, closet to pin, 50 /50 drawing, putting contest, silent auction, door prizes and more.

Dinner to follow at Studebakers Grill at 6:30 p.m. Registration forms available at the Lyons Community Center.