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The Cortland Fire Department is hosting a win a ride to school in a fire truck contest in association with Fire Prevention Week. All you have to do is create a poster that is 8.5x11 and have the poster relate to theme of Fire Prevention Week “Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives: Test Yours Every Month”.

This contest is open to kids from grades Pre-K to 6th grade and there will be four prize rides given. Drop off your poster at the Cortland Fire Headquarters on Court St., Cortland or the Youth Bureau on Port Watson St. from Now until September 25th.

Pre-register by September 26th as the YWCA of Cortland is running a Co-Ed Recreational Volleyball League.

Games will be played on Wednesday evenings from 7pm to 9pm.
Four teams will have the opportunity to play one game each night.  

The league begins on October 8th and runs to December 3rd.  The cost is $85 per team.  You must register by September 26th.  

For more information, contact the YWCA at 753-9651.

Cortland County residents can learn how to be prepared for a natural disaster or emergency during Cortland County Preparedness Week from September 22nd to the 27th

The week includes free lunch-and-learn sessions and presentations where residents can receive information and items for their preparedness kits.

A General Preparedness Presentation with Red Cross Community Disaster Education volunteer Tom Margrave begins at Noon on Monday, Sept. 22nd and a First Responder Presentation with Cortlandville Fire Department Captain Mike TenKate is at Noon on Wednesday, Sept. 24th. 

Both sessions are in the upstairs classroom at 9 Main St. in Cortland and will include lunch.

From 10am to 2pm on Saturday, Sept. 27, residents can receive starter items for their own preparedness kits by visiting one of the following sites: Cortland County Office Building, 60 Central Ave; Homer Community Building, 45 S. Main St. (behind the Fire Department); and Marathon Civic Center on Brink Street. Refreshments will be provided at each site.

This Week of Preparedness Programs is brought to you by the American Red Cross and United Way of Cortland.

Preregister today as the the American Red Cross Central New York Chapter is  hosting Babysitter’s Training class for youth ages 11 to 15 from 9am to 4pm on Saturday, October 4th at 50 Clinton Ave. In Cortland.

Babysitting is often a teenager’s first business. Babysitter’s Training from the American Red Cross builds confidence to hold, feed, and care for infants and toddlers, work with children safely, and deal with emergencies. It also teaches lifelong entrepreneurial and career development skills.

The cost of the class is $75, which includes a Babysitter’s Training Certificate from the American Red Cross, handbook and CD ROM. Participants are asked to bring a bag lunch.

Space is limited and advanced registration is required. To register, call 1-800-733-2767, or visit

-Thursday, September 25th
Beginning at 7pm at the Southworth Library there's a lecture being given by distinguished and “Internationally Acclaimed” Speaker Sanford Sternlicht, who is a retired English Professor from Syracuse University.

Professor Sternlicht will giving a lecture based on his known work “All things Heriot”. The event is free.

For more information contact Diane Pamel, Library Director at or 607-844-4782.

-Thursday, September 25th
Learn how you can save money on your Energy bill, at 6pm at the Lamont Memorial Free Library in McGraw.

Come and get a “free energy saving product.”

-Friday, September 26th and Saturday, September 27th
The Art of Marriage Conference comes to Grace Christian Fellowship.

Come enjoy this conference as a couple in a relaxed environment. The per-person cost includes workbook, snacks, beverages and lunch.

There will be door prizes and special giveaways including a Weekend to remember gift certificate. Childcare will not be available. 

Grace Christian Fellowship is a handicapped accessible building. To assist in preparations, pre-register by September 21st. A small number of tickets will be available at the door.

For more information, go to the church website, or contact Lynne Sypher at 749-3233.

-Saturday, September 27th
Come celebrate the 80th anniversary of the Order Sons of Italy in America with the Stella D'oro annual dinner at the Cortland Elks Lodge.

Cost is $30 per person or $55 for two people.

For more information or tickets, call the Parish Center at 756-9967.

-Saturday, September 27th
There is a Scrap metal/can and bottle drive at the JM McDonald Complex from 9am to Noon given on by the Cortland County Youth Hockey Association. 

Come out and show your support for Cortland County Youth Hockey by donating some of your cans/bottles and scrap metal. 

Volunteers are needed to help out. 

-Monday, September 29th
Come on out and celebrate the 30th  Season of the Campus Artists and Lecture Series with a performance of the Mosaic Dance Theater Company at 7pm in the Corey Union Function Room at SUNY Cortland. 

Admission is $5 and Children that are 10 and under get to experience this for free.

Every Friday from October 3rd to the 24th Come enjoy some music classes at the Cortland YWCA. 

Piano and Guitar Lessons offered for children that are Five Years old and older. 

For more information, contact the YWCA at 753-9651.

-Monday, October 6th
There's public forum on Aging from the Cortland County Area Agency at 5:30pm at the County Office Building at 60 Central Ave.

You will hear talks on changes that are happening in regards to prescription drugs and health plans and can help you answer that tough question, which one is right for me. 

Admission to the forum is free and everybody is welcomed to attend. 

Please Call 753-5060 to secure a seat, that way you can take part in learning about things that you may have never known.

-Wednesday, October 8th
There is a “free family fun night” at the Cortland Alternative High School from 5:30pmo 7:30pmor kids 9 to 14 years old and their parents or guardians.

A meal will be provided and familied will be able to participate in some team work building excerises.

Comfortable clothing and sneakers are encouraged.

To register please contact Heather Kehoe at 756-8970 ext:261 or at
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