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RSCS Reunion - August 20-22 2010

Eerie Canal Cruise

Approximately 25 classmates hopped aboard the Lil Diamond II on Monday afternoon to take a cruize down the Eerie Canal more...

 
Mayor says dissolving village government is not the answer
By Richard Palmer

While some villages in New York State are contemplating dissolution, the mayor of the Village of Richfield Springs says it’s not likely to happen here in the near future.

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A reunion all of our own

Putting together this special edition of the Richfield Springs Mercury in honor of the Richfield Springs Central Schools graduating classes of 1955-1965 has been an amazing experience for all involved.

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Reunion of Different Kind at Richfield Springs High School
By Janine Giordano

There was one special visitor at Richfield Springs High School during the recent reunion weekend who was not celebrating a 45th, 50th or even 55th reunion. The heyday being commemorated with this visit occurred well over 100 years ago, and the years have not been kind to the visitor,  who lay sprawled out on the old gym floor for much of Friday and Saturday, August 20 and 21.

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Museum finds a Home on Main Street
By Janine Giordano

Remember when you could get a filet mignon dinner or twin lobster tails at the Lake House for only $6.95? According to a menu on display at the Richfield Springs Historic Association’s and Museum, those were two of the most expensive meals offered at the time. more...

 
Mini reunions held Saturday

Four individual class reunions were held for the Richfield Springs High School graduating classes of ‘59, ‘60, ‘62 and ‘63 on Saturday, August 21 more...

 
A Night At Harry’s - Relivin’ the Memories
By Terry Berkson

It’s hard to believe when passing by Frank Callahan’s insurance office on Route 28 that it was once the sight of the hottest nightspot in town. In its heyday, after the war and through the late 50s and early 60s, Harry’s was owned and operated by Harry and Sera Kliche. more...

 
Home as found - Familiar Memories Unfold
By Don Urtz

Recently eleven Richfield Springs High School classes from 1955 to 1965 met together for a joint reunion, the first of its kind for Richfield. Some came as far away as the west coast to meet with old classmates and acquaintances.

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RSCS School Tour

Richfield Springs Central School opened its doors in a warm welcome, embracing alumni from years past as part of the Reunion Weekend held at the end of August. more...
 
HCCC features Local Artists

Two local artists joined together for a showing at Herkimer County Community College Cogar Gallery last month, with their opening reception held on Friday, August 27.

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For Bernhardt, Carpe Diem means “seize the fish”
By Janine Giordano

For most people, Carpe Diem is Latin for “Seize the Day.” But in Jason Bernhardt’s world that phrase  is synonymous with “Carpe Piscis,” which is Latin for “Seize the fish.”  By combining his love of business with his love of fishing, that is just what Bernhardt has done, seize the day and the fish.

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