Calvin E. Tabolt
Apr 6, 1944 — Mar 24, 2022
Calvin E. Tabolt, 77, of Madison, NY passed away on March 23, 2022. Calvin was born on April 6, 1944 to Edgar and Grace (Hamilton) Tabolt. Calvin served in the 82nd Airborne Division during the Vietnam Crisis and, as he was fond of saying, trained many men to “jump out of perfectly good airplanes”. He loved adventure and to travel in his younger years and lived and worked in Alaska and traveled from one end of the country to the other. He loved sharing tales of his adventures. A great source of joy for Calvin was being with people and seeing the good in all..Click HERE for the complete obituary.
IN THE MAIL
From: Waterville First
Great turnout tonight for our speakers: Steve Murphy on Great CNY Food;
and Jeff Coakley, President and CEO Community Memorial Hospital.
Thank you both for the presentations!!
From: Waterville Central School
Mrs. Pumilia’s and Mrs. Meddaugh’s second grade classes attended 2022 Agriculture Literacy Week Program.
MPS would like to thank all the volunteers and donations for St. Baldrick’s Foundation. Over $1,000 was raised!
Positivity Project: You could feel the energy in the MPS gym today for our monthly Matter Meeting.
Every single person at our school found a way to contribute to helping others. We raised money for the
St. Baldrick’s Foundation, donated hair to Children With Hair Loss, supported
a local family impacted by a house fire and presented Ivy Cameron a special Fire and Safety Honor.
We appreciate the local fire departments and Sheriff’s department being here today.
At MPS, more pictures of our P2 Classroom Partners reading for PARP “Be A Hero…..Read”!
From: Waterville Residential Care Center
Happy Birthday to Residents born in March!
From: Waterville Public Library
Well! Those animals certainly played hard, explored the library and cozied up during their sleepover!
Snacks, their own books, the Seed Cupboard, science kit experiments, block buildings, MarioKart,
and enough fun that we found them still sleepy when we returned this morning!
They may need extra naps and snuggles, but they’re ready to go home when you have a chance to pick them up!
Story Hour had an a fun visit from Maryellen last Friday for Agriculture Literacy Week!
If you missed it, you can still check out the book that was donated to our collection,
Farmer Will Allen and the Growing Table! PLUS, you can stop by the Seed Cupboard to
plan your own garden! It’s just brimming with beautiful options!