Georgiana M. Caraher
May 23, 1932 – April 21, 2022
Georgiana M. Caraher, 89, of Knoxboro, passed away April 21, 2022 at St Elizabeth Medical Center. She was born on May 23, 1932, in Rome, a daughter of the late George and Marie (Mellen) Brockway. Georgiana graduated from Rome Free Academy in 1950 where she was the proud Captain of the Hot Shots Basketball Team. On February 7, 1953, she was united in marriage to Henry J. Caraher Jr…. Georgiana was devoted to her Catholic Faith and was a communicant of St. Joseph’s Church in Oriskany Falls…..Click HERE for the complete obituary.
James E. Simmons
August 3, 1952 — April 21, 2022
James E. Simmons, 69, of Stafford Ave., Waterville, NY, passed away April 21, 2022 at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Utica. He was born on July 3, 1952 in Edmeston, a son of the late Renrick and Doris Nash Simmons and received his education in Edmeston schools. On December 3, 1973, James was united in marriage to Mary M. “Peggy” Rowley in West Winfield. Their union was then blessed at St. Bernard’s Church in Waterville. Jim was a machinist and material handler at C&H Plastics in Waterville…Click HERE for the complete obituary.
Glen A. Thompson, Sr.
May 29, 1965 – April 18, 2022
Hubbardsville – Glen A. Thompson Sr., 56, passed away peacefully with his loving family by his side on Monday, April 18, 2022, at the Abraham House in Rome, New York, following a lengthy battle with brain cancer. Glen was born, one of five boys, on May 29, 1965 in Easton, PA, to the late Nancy Thompson and George Krum. He worked in the manufacturing and construction profession before becoming ill. On April 9th, in front of Hon. Mary Lou Rhodes, Brookfield Town Justice, Glen was joined in a commitment of love ceremony to his one special love, Debra Atkinson, who has been his true love and his rock…Click HERE for the complete obituary.
IN THE MAIL
From: WCS Sports Booster Club
From: Waterville Public Library
We’ve having fun with the tree branch that’s
visiting the Children’s Room after it broke off in the storm!
We’ve felt the needles, smelled the sweet forest scent, looked for little pine cones,
trimmed with scissors, painted, and more!
From: Waterville Central School District
We love seeing pictures of our reading buddies.
Keep sending us your pictures, fan art, and letters.
We love each and every one we receive. Happy Friday.
MPS Positivity Project:
What a perfect day to appreciate the beauty around us!
5th graders did a big clean up and second grade cleaned
and added some painted rocks to the garden area.
Happy Earth Day!
At MPS second grade picking up recycling and garbage around the school!
We also made wild flower seed balls and painting rocks for our garden.
MPS P2 Legends met to plan our May Matter Meeting