Monday, May 15

Carl F. Talbot

June 26, 1940 ~ May 8, 2023

Carl Fredrick Talbot of Oriskany Falls, NY, went home to be with the Lord on Monday, May 8, 2023 at St. Luke’s Hospital in Utica. He was born in Mohawk, NY to the late Hess and Hazel Beckwith Talbot on June 26, 1940. Carl was a man of God, a loving husband, father, and grandfather. He graduated from Cooperstown Central School in 1959. He began his career as a meat cutter with Victory Markets and retired from P&C Foods in 2002. In his retirement, Carl enjoyed traveling, one of his favorite destinations was the Carolinas.  Carl also enjoyed spending time with his family, taking rides, going on picnics, camping, talking about cars, and his years growing up with his brothers in Fly Creek. Carl always enjoyed a good story and never met a stranger. Along with his parents, Carl is preceded in death by his brothers, Donald Talbot, and Stuart Talbot. He is survived by his loving wife of 63 years, Lorie Miles Talbot, his daughters, Beth Talbot, Ellen (Andy) McClellan, Susan (Leland) Mifflin, Anne (James) Andrews, and son, Timothy (Erin) Talbot. Grandchildren: Jessi (Phillip) Cox, Sheryl (Erick) Poorbaugh, Melody (Trevor) Huttar, Rebekah Mifflin, Andrew (Ruth) Mifflin, Grace Andrews, Claire Andrews, Maeve Talbot, Declan Talbot, Tieg Talbot, Eavlyn Talbot, Quinn Talbot, and Nora Talbot, along with 8 great-grandchildren.



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Food Bank of CNY May Food Sense Menu:

Waterville AYSO Region 492:

SCHEDULE INFORMATION FOR THE SPRING 2023 SEASON. Note: Sunday, April 23 Schedule for 10U, 12U & 15U is tentative and could change. Coaches will have more information this week regarding finalized schedules for the season. Thank you!

Waterville Historical Society:

Got Milk? Talk by John S. Rienzo, Jr. on the history of milk delivery. See a restored DIVCO milk truck. Wednesday, May 17th 7 pm at the Waterville Historical Society, 220 E. Main St.

Waterville American Legion:

Waterville Minor League Baseball- tee/coach pitch/minor:

First Sign Ups for teeball, coach pitch, and minor will be held at Roc Star Ice Cream Shop on Tuesday, May 23rd from 6-730pm. There will be another sign up scheduled at the library the week after for those that cannot make this sign up. More details on library sign up coming soon………Please spread the word…..Also, we need many adults willing to help with the teams!!!!!

Ages: Children need to be age 4 by Aug 31st to play.

Players ages 3-6 will play teeball. (6 year olds who played 1 year of teeball can advance to coach pitch if they are ready.)

Ages 7-12 can play coach pitch or minor level depending on what they are ready for.

Waterville United Methodist Church:

Find your next treasure at the Waterville United Methodist Church Rummage Sale on Friday, May 19 & Saturday, May 20th from 9 am – 3 pm, each day. Have treasures to share to help benefit the church (and clean out your home)? Either bring them to the church starting Saturday, May 6th at 10 am. Need help or have questions, just let us know!

Mohawk Valley Power of the Past:

Mohawk Valley Astronomical Society:

Oriskany Falls Public Library:

Madeleine Albright, America’s first female secretary of state, is born

“Madeleine Albright, America’s first female secretary of state, is born Marie Jana Korbelova on May 15, 1937, in Prague, Czechoslovakia (now the Czech Republic). The daughter of Czech diplomat Josef Korbel, Albright fled to England with her family after the Nazis occupied Czechoslovakia in 1939. Though Albright long believed they had fled for political reasons, she learned as an adult that her family was Jewish and that three of her grandparents had died in Nazi concentration camps. The family returned home after World War II ended but immigrated to the United States in 1948 after a Soviet-sponsored Communist coup seized power in Prague. Josef Korbel became dean of the school of international relations at the University of Denver (where he would later train another female secretary of state, Condoleeza Rice). “

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“Compliments of Eagle Scout candidate Colton Fox  and Utica Troop 101. They also restained the Observatory and picked stone on the grounds.   Yay!  Thanks troopers! Also:   Thanks to Curtis Lumber for 4 gal of donated stain!”

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The price of gas today.

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