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Oneonta Middle School

Samuel C. Sandoli, 74; Retired Oneonta Teacher
IN MEMORIAM

Samuel C. Sandoli, 74;

Retired Oneonta Teacher

Samuel C. Sandoli

ONEONTA – Samuel C. Sandoli, 74, who retired from Oneonta Middle School after a 35-year teaching career, passed away on Friday, Sept. 14, 2018, at Bassett Hospital.

He was born on July 16, 1944, in Albany, the son of Salvatore and Thomasina (Spinola) Sandoli.

A 1962 graduate of Oneonta High School, and a life-long area resident, as well as an active community member, Mr. Sandoli most recently taught social studies at the Oneonta Middle School, retiring in 2006 after an amazing 35-year teaching career.

HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO for SATURDAY, MAY 19
HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO for SATURDAY, MAY 19

Ring In The Spring

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SPRING FLING – 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Find crafts, vendors, food trucks, live music, a gift basket auction, more. Doubleday Parking Lot, Cooperstown. Visit www.facebook.com/cooperstownrotaryclub/

DUCK DERBY – 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Family festival features games, bounce house, music, food, cake walk, vendors, more. Duck Derby begins 12:30 p.m. Cost, $5/duck or $25/6 ducks. Fortin Park, 167 Youngs Rd., Oneonta. Call 607-432-4592 or visit www.destinationoneonta.com/events/2018/5/19/rubber-duck-derby-and-family-festival

Elections Big And Small Draw Voters To Polls

Elections Big And Small

Draw Voters To Polls

They may not be able to vote in the national election, but that didn't keep Oneonta Middle School students from turning in their votes at their own in-school presidential elections. Aiden Mackey, treasurer, left, and Natalia Legname, secretary, ran unopposed, so they were charged with counting the ballots. When the final results were in, Reilly Catan was elected president, and Keara Hazard, vice president. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)
They may not be able to vote in the national election, but that didn’t keep Oneonta Middle School students from turning in their votes at their own in-school presidential elections. Aiden Mackey, treasurer, left, and Natalia Legname, secretary, ran unopposed, so they were charged with counting the ballots. When the final results were in, Reilly Catan was elected president, and Keara Hazard, vice president. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)
Oneonta Middle School Treated To Chef Julia Demonstration, Snacks

Middle School Treated To Chef

Julia Demonstration, Snacks

Julia Rissberger readies for her food demonstration at the OHS auditorium for the middle school, while her mother Rachel projects the proceedings on the big screen for the audience. Julia, who in was a winner of PBS’ Healthy Lunchtime Challenge in July. She was preparing an original no bake recepie she calls "Bird Food", made form peanut butter, dried fruit and seeds. Later, she was joined by Chef Jim Perillo from the Otesaga Resort Hotel who shared his carrot hummus recipe. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com
Julia Rissberger readies for her food demonstration at the OHS auditorium for the middle school, while her mother Rachel projects the proceedings on the big screen for the audience. Julia, who in was a winner of PBS’ Healthy Lunchtime Challenge in July. She was preparing an original no bake recipe she calls “Bird Food”, made form peanut butter, dried fruit and seeds. She was joined by Chef Jim Perillo from the Otesaga Resort Hotel who shared his carrot hummus recipe. Later, the two also gave a presentation at Riverside Elementary School.(Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com
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