City of Sherrill
377 Sherrill Road
Sherrill, New York 13461
2012 City of Sherrill Summer Concert Series July 28 Fireworks Night! Matt Chase and Thunder
Sponsored by the Gorman Foundation Canyon- Our annual fireworks night adds even more
As a special family-friendly treat this year, each excitement to the fiery show of modern country and
Tuesday night's fun will kick off a half-hour earlier oldies rock ‘n’ roll by these perennial Sherrill
than ever before! Concerts now begin at 6:30pm in favorites. *Note: this concert starts at 7:30pm, with
the Reilly-Mumford Memorial Park gazebo, except fireworks following at approximately 9:30pm.
for fireworks night when the concert will start at
7:30pm. In the event of heavy rain the concert will July 31 Thistle Dew- Central New York's premier rock
be moved to the Community Activity Center gym, 139 'n' blues band, this Norwich-based band covers the
East Hamilton Ave. Bring lawn chairs and blankets atmospheric classics of Jefferson Airplane, Aretha
and in the case of light rain, bring an umbrella. Come Franklin, and Joe Cocker, plus their own originals.
out and enjoy the beautiful summer evenings with
your neighbors. August 7 Joe Angerosa- With a note-perfect
performance and authentic costumes, this Utica
June 26 Fritz’s Polka Band- Verona’s polka princes based crooner channels the timeless classics from the
return to the Sherrill stage for a night of their upbeat king of rock ‘n’ roll.
and fun music, featuring modern polkas, country and
even rock ‘n’ roll tunes sure to get the audience on August 14 Fab Cats- The fun, fun, fun music of The
their feet. Beach Boys will be revisited by these musicians,
taking us out on a Surfin‘ Safari ‘til Daddy takes the T-
July 3 George Wesley- Travel to a summer in a far Bird away.
away exotic locale without leaving Sherrill as the
sounds of reggae return to the Reilly-Mumford August 21 Chief Big Way- Taking a break from his
Memorial Park. world tour with Anthrax, Joey Belladonna teams with
musicians extraordinaire Joe Precourt and Dave
July 10 Ice Cream Night! Party Nuts- It’ll be a party Mickelson in a power trio playing the best classic
when the Party Nuts come to town, featuring an rock, featuring the likes of Journey, Pink Floyd, Bad
evening of golden oldie rock ‘n’ roll sing alongs that Company, and Lynyrd Skynyrd.
encourage plenty of audience participation. Plus a
special treat ... free ice cream for all kids and kids at August 28 Matt Chase and Thunder Canyon- The
heart. season comes to a thunderous end with an encore
performance by these favorite country rockers. Make
July 17 Easy Money Big Band- Utica-based Big Band sure you stay to the end for their heartfelt patriotic
promises to play a little bit of everything, hand tribute, sending the 2012 season off in style!
clapping music for young and old alike.
Website and Email List
July 24 Billionaires- Featuring both male and female Please check the City of Sherrill website,
lead vocalists and a tight rhythm section, the www.sherrillny.org for up-to-date information and
Billionaires deliver expert rhythm and blues, soul, sign up for our email list to receive updates.
ballads, rock 'n' roll, and standards.
Department of Public Works Reminders Street Resurfacing
-Brush and Green Waste Information- Green waste -The following streets will be resurfaced this year:
which includes grass and leaves must be separated West Campbell Ave between Wayland Street and
from brush which includes sticks and limbs when set Leonard Street, Sherrill Road between Route 5 and
out for pick-up or when dropped off at the DPW Primo Ave, and West Hinds Ave between Wayland
garage. They must be separated because green Street and Noyes Manor.
waste is used for compost and brush is taken to a -The following streets will be resurfaced and also
facility to be chipped. Brush must be no longer than have new curbing: East Campbell Ave between
six feet and no wider than twelve inches. Soil and Murphy Street and Park Terrace, and Marshall Place
rocks are not accepted. between Ransom Ave and Gordon Ave.
-Additionally the resurfacing of Betsinger Road is
-Brush and Green Waste Pick-Up- Every other being planned for late summer.
Monday- June 4, June 18, July 2, July 16, July 30,
August 13, August 27, September 10, September 24, Police Department Reminders
October 8, October 22 -Please remember that quiet hours are from
-Garbage and Recycling- The DPW will no longer pick -Please remember that fireworks are illegal.
up garbage or recycling in containers that are larger -Motorists are reminded to be aware of increased
than 32 gallons. Please make sure that garbage and pedestrian traffic and to be on the lookout for
recycling are placed in 10-32 gallon containers, pedestrians, bicycles, skateboarders and roller
garbage weighs less than 40 pounds and recycling bladers.
weighs less than 20 pounds. -Pedestrians are encouraged to use sidewalks where
2012 Garbage Pick Up Date Changes -At night bikes are required to have lights.
Normal Pick-up date New Pick-up date -There is a leash law in Sherrill. Additionally please
7/4 (Wednesday) 7/5 (Thursday) remember to pick up after your dogs.
9/3 (Monday) 9/4 (Tuesday) -Parents- If your children skateboard or rollerblade,
11/12 (Monday) 11/13 (Tuesday) please make sure they keep ramps/jumps off city
Additionally, garbage pick-up in the Village of Vernon streets. This interferes with traffic and could cause
changes from Thursday, July 5 to Tuesday, July 3 and an accident. We do not want to see your child get
Thursday, November 22 to Tuesday, November 20. injured by a passing vehicle. Also- children under the
age of 14 are required to wear a helmet when riding
Transfer Station Schedule a bike or rollerblading. It’s the law and you, the
Wednesdays 3:30pm – 5:30pm parent, are responsible for your child’s safety.
Saturdays 8:00 am – 1:00 pm -Please remember to lock your vehicles at all times in
your driveways, on city streets, and in parking lots.
Compost- There is compost at the end of Fairway -Residents going on vacation or leaving for any
Lane that residents can take to use. At times there extended period are encouraged to check in with the
may be woodchips as well. Police Department for a home security check.
Sherrill Power and Light News- Sherrill Power and Department of Motor Vehicles at City Hall, 2nd &
Light has completed the installation of two 115 KV 4th Thursdays, 10:00am-2:00pm- The satellite office
breakers at the system’s main substation. The new is offered by Oneida County and offers personal and
breakers replaced ones that were more than forty convenient service.
years old. City crews worked in partnership with our -Also a representative from the Oneida County
electrical contractor for a successful completion of Clerk’s office is available the 4th Thursday for other
this major system improvement. services such as passports and Veterans ID cards.
Stop by with any questions or call (315) 790-8388 or
2012 City of Sherrill Swimming Pool Information Open Swimming:
Pool Director: John Giess Weekdays: 11:00am to 8:00pm
Weekends: 12:00pm to 8:00pm
Pool Schedule Monday-Friday **During open swimming certain areas of pool
7:30-9:00 Adult Lap Swim maybe closed due to lessons.
9:00-10:00 Community Water Safety
Skill Proficiency (Swimmers) Rates:
Advanced Skills Passes and tickets must be purchased at City Hall.
(Advanced Swimmers) Sherrill Residents
10:00-11:00 Playground Program Season Passes: Family $65, Individual $40
11:00-12:00 4th Group: Primary Skills Daily Tickets: 10 tickets for $10
12:00-12:30 Stroke Development: Non-Residents
8th Group: Elem. Backstroke Season Passes: Family $95, Individual $50
9th Group: Breaststroke Daily Tickets: 10 tickets for $15
12:00-1:00 1st Group: Water Exploration Daily Rate is $2 and can be purchased at the pool.
1:00-1:30 Stroke Development:
7th Group: Back Crawl Important Reminders
10th Group: Side Stroke Children under 10 years old must be accompanied by
1:00-2:00 2nd Group caregivers who are at least 14 years old. The phone at
1:30-2:00 6th Group: Crawl the pool is an unlisted number. In emergency
2:00-3:00 3rd Group situations City Hall can get in touch with the pool.
5th Group: Advanced Beginners
2:30-3:00 Stroke Refinement 2012 City of Sherrill Playground Program
(Intermediate Test) Tuesday July 2-Friday July 27, Weekdays
3:00-4:00 Swim Team Practice 9:00 am-12:00 pm, *No Playground July 4,
(Limited swimming in Lane Pool) The program will be held again this year at the CAC
4:00-5:00 2nd Group and is open to Sherrill residents entering
4th Group: Primary Skills kindergarten-sixth grade. Registration forms will be
5:00-6:00 1st Group: Water Exploration distributed at McAllister Elementary School in early
3rd Group June and will also be available at City Hall. Children
6:00-6:30 Stroke Development: must bring their registration and medical
6th Group: Crawl authorization forms with them to the program or
6:00-7:00 5th Group: Advanced Beginners they may be dropped off at City Hall or the CAC
8:00 Pool Closes ahead of time. Please contact Sara Getman,
Recreation Supervisor (315) 363-6525 with questions.
Change in schedule:
IPAP (6-36 month old children)- Lessons will be given Summer Scavenger Hunt Begins June 18!
during the last 15 minutes of 1st Group lessons- -Congratulations to Olivia O’Herien, the winner of the
please contact staff member at desk. (Parent/adult City of Sherrill Spring Scavenger Hunt! Olivia won gift
accompaniment in the water required) cards donated by the Sherrill Merchants Association!
Water Safety Aide Program- See Head guard for - The summer scavenger hunt will begin June 18. A
information/times. small flag that says City of Sherrill will be hidden
somewhere in the city. Each day a clue will be posted
*Weather permitting the pool will open Saturday June to www.sherrillny.org. When the flag is found the
16 at 12:00pm. The pool will be open normal hours winner is asked to contact Sara Getman, (315) 363-
throughout the weekend and limited hours June 18- 6525 and can turn it in for an engraved plate donated
June 22 from 1:00pm-7:00pm. Swimming lessons by the Oneida Company Store. The winner will be
begin Monday June 25 and lessons are free with paid announced in the next newsletter!
Historical Happenings Sherrill Silversmiths Home Game Schedule
From Craig Crowell, City Historian
-Normally this column has delved into early events in June 3 vs. Syracuse Salt Cats
Sherrill. Recently we received a group of papers June 10 vs. Adirondack Trail Blazers
called “The Oneida Silversmith” which was an “in- June 13 vs. Geneva Redwings
house” newsletter for Oneida Ltd. Before storing June 17 vs. Geneva Redwings
them, I thought it might be interesting to cite some of June 20 vs. Adirondack Trail Blazers
the individuals that are still around and are June 21 vs. Utica Brewers
mentioned in some of the papers. June 23 vs. Syracuse Junior Chiefs
-In 1976 Clyde Woodward was named as a sales June 25 vs. Syracuse Junior Chiefs
service representative in the Consumer Products June 28 vs. Syracuse Salt Cats
Division; Dorothy Munger was the reporter for the July 2 vs. Syracuse Junior Chiefs
Hollowware Division and Maggie McCormick was the July 8 vs. Utica Brewers
reporter for the Knife Division; Desi DeBarr named July 9 vs. Geneva Redwings
general supervisor of General Stores. July 16 vs. Utica Brewers
-In 1977 Dwight and Linda Evans are new parents; July 18 vs. Geneva Redwings
Barb & Butch Richmond took a two week vacation to July 19 vs. Adirondack Trail Blazers
Mexico; Don Ackerman, Johanna Bartella and Bob July 20 vs. Syracuse Salt Cats
Warham are new CAC directors; some of the bowlers July 21 vs. Syracuse Salt Cats
whose team won their leagues included Robert July 23 vs. Utica Brewers at 7:00pm*
Watson, Dave Paluck, Jack Cowan, Louise Thompson, July 24 vs. Adirondack Trail Blazers
Sue Garner, Sherry Munger, Cheri Munger, Kathi All games are at Noyes Park and start at 5:00pm
Conniff, Duane Munger, Ron Belcher, Georgiana unless noted.
Belcher; Marion Miller’s daughter Pam was married
to Jim Kines. Sidney T. and family have moved in to a -Special Events: June 3 Home Opener and Little
new home on Wayland St.; Blake Lamb is a new data League Night, June 23-25 Parents, Alumni, Family
processing programmer; Pete and Joan Iles Noto are Weekend, June 24 2nd Annual Sherrill Silversmiths
new parents. Golf Tournament at Barker Brook Golf Club at
-In 1978 Fran Mahady was named manager of the Oriskany Falls
Production Operations office; Don Unsworth was
named assistant manager of Mechanical Engineering; -Visit www.leaguelineup.com/silversmiths or contact
Paula Greer, Don Seamon and Joe Ricotta were Matthew Rafte (315)264-4334 for more information
elected to the CAC board; Margaret Rosbrook was a or to register for the tournament.
member of the Women’s A.M. League winning
bowling team; Bob Watson, Dave Paluck and Jack
Cowan were members of the Men’s Tuesday Night A Buyer of Gold & Silver Coins & Jewelry
League that finished in first place; Art Hedderich This new business served Oneida for more than four
wrote an article on snowmobile safety; even after years and is excited to be welcomed in Sherrill! The
getting a “jolt” from her stove, Lil Usborne had a showroom is filled with coins & jewelry that are light
good night at the bowling alley; Wilbur Allen named on the pocketbook and they are also a leading buyer
general supervisor of Hollowware brocade and of all rare coins, broken and unwanted gold and silver
shipping; Dale Stanton promoted to sales service jewelry and sterling silver flatware. Bring in unwanted
representative in the International Catering Division. items today, and turn them into instant cash! Look
-And on a non-personal note, the old factory whistle for the “Golden Yellow” building at 145 Route 5. Stop
atop the factory went into “retirement” in 1976 after in and pick up a free gift during regular store hours
62 years of serving as an “alarm clock” shift change Monday-Friday 10:00am–5:00pm and Saturday
alert and fire alarm among other things. In 1956 Fred 10:00am-3:00pm. (315) 280-0435
Evans made some new parts for the ailing whistle to
keep it going.
Community Activity Center Renovations- The main Adult Exercise Classes
entrance to the Community Activity Center is being -Bone Builders- Strength Training for the Older Adult,
replaced and the floors are being resurfaced Mondays 10:30am, Karen, (315) 223-3973
throughout the building. If you’re interested in using -Zumba- Tuesdays 7:00pm-8:00pm, Sue Crawford,
the facility please call for availability. (315) 468-4654, 5 classes/$25 or $7/class, Classes will
move outside in late June and will be held weather
Side Show Performance Thursday June 28, 7:00pm permitting.
Victoria Buda’s Theatrical Academy in Sherrill has
been working with Red House Arts Center, a non- Community Outdoor Exercise Group- Join this fun
profit arts center in Syracuse and they will hold a group for Zumba Gold, for active participants, 50
production of the musical Side Show on the lawn in years and older, and Zumba Toning classes, using
front of the CAC. Please contact Red House Arts light weights for toning, muscle and bone building, at
Center, (315) 425-0405 to purchase tickets or for the Robertson Park pavilion, Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
more information. and Thursdays, 8:15am-9:15am. Please contact
Esther Rosbrook (315) 280-4984 for very affordable
Bus Trips- Buses will depart from and return to the rates and with questions.
CAC. Preregistration is required by calling (315) 363-
6525 or emailing email@example.com. Women’s 25 and Older Soccer- Mondays at 6:00pm
-Corning Glass Museum Thursday August 9- The trip at Gordon Ave Park; All are welcome anytime. Please
includes a charter bus to the Corning Glass Museum, contact Sunni Hammon for more information
admission, a guided tour, a $12 lunch voucher and a firstname.lastname@example.org.
stop at Hazlett Winery on the way home. Depart at
7:00am and return at 7:00pm. Register by July 9, 2012 City of Sherrill Farmers Market- Tuesdays June
$69/person 12-October 9, 12:00pm-5:00pm, Next to the gazebo;
-Syracuse Chiefs vs. Scranton/WB Yankees and Please contact Sara Getman, (315) 363-6525 for more
Fireworks! Friday August 17 - The trip includes a school information or to sign up to be a vendor!
bus to Alliance Bank Stadium and reserved seating.
Depart at 5:00pm and return at approximately Aqua Vita Farms Tours- Public tours of Aqua Vita
11:00pm. Register by July 20, $20/person Farms are offered the 2nd and 4th Saturday of every
month at 11:00am, cost $10/person and are limited
Movie Night Saturday August 18 at Dusk- Come early to the first 10 reservations. Reservations may be
and enjoy the summer evening! Bring lawn chairs and made by calling (315) 941-3535.
blankets and enjoy a movie under the stars on the
CAC lawn. The movie will be suitable for all ages. Christ Methodist Church Strawberry Festival-
Email ideas to email@example.com and stay Saturday, June 9, 4:00pm-7:00pm
tuned for the movie announcement!
Plymouth Alliance Church Events
CAC Craft and Chat Group- Come join this group the -Family Fun Night- July 28, 6:00pm-8:00pm, Activities
first and third Wednesday of each month, 11:00am- include rides, food, face painting and more.
1:00pm, to knit, sew, or create any other craft. Buy - Vacation Bible School- July 30-August 3, 9:00am-
lunch at the CAC or bring your own. All are welcome! 12:00pm, kindergarten-sixth grade students are
invited to attend. Please call (315)363-5642 to pre-
Oneida County Office for the Aging at the CAC register.
Please stop by the first Wednesday of every month at -Teen Week-August 1-August 4, 6:30pm-8:30pm at
10:30am, September-June. The office is able to the Plymouth Church location, seventh-twelfth grade
provide people ages 60 and over, and people of any students are invited to attend.
age with disabilities, with many services including:
home delivered meals, personal care assistance, Sherrill American Legion Post 230- All-you-can-eat
HEAP, food stamps, Medicare assistance, medical brunch sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary, June 17,
transportation, caregiver support, and more. 9:00am – 12:30pm, Call (315) 363-3920 for details.
Sherrill-Kenwood Free Library Jerry Antil Author Discussion, June 20 @ 6:00 pm
Please stop by or call the library (315) 363-5980 Author Jerry Antil will be at the library to discuss his
or visit www.sherrillkenwoodlibrary.org for further novel The Pompey Hollow Book Club. His novel is a
information or to suggest ideas! story inspired by his time growing up in central New
York and is based on true events. Copies of his book
100 Books for 100 Years- The Sherrill-Kenwood Free will be available for sale and autographing at the
Library will be celebrating 100 years of service to the library during the month of June and during his
community in 2012. We are hoping to raise enough presentation.
money through donations to purchase 100 centennial
books for the library. We will be purchasing a large Introduction to Computers, June 18th, 25th, and July
selection of books including fiction, non-fiction, 2nd @ 5:30 pm- Prerequisites: Each previous session
classics, adult books, and children’s books with these is prerequisite for the next. This three-part hands-on
donations. A donation of $25 will support the class with guided instruction and self-study guide
purchase of one of these centennial books. Donors handouts is designed for people who have little to no
will be recognized on a plaque to be hung in the experience working with a computer. The class
library. Call or stop by the library for more teaches basic skills beginning with using the mouse
information or to donate! and keyboard, and progresses to file management
and Internet use. Call the library today to register.
Centennial Book Bags- To celebrate our centennial,
book bags are available for $10 at the library. Web Browsing & E-Mail Basics, July 9th @ 5:30 pm
Displaying our centennial logo, designed by Don Web Browsing and E-mail Basics teaches how to
Cornue, these bags are great for carrying groceries, navigate the World Wide Web and use email to send
knitting, art supplies, library books, and much more! and receive messages. In the first half, learn to use a
There’s even a special pocket for your library card. Web Browser, search for information, visit web sites,
They make a great gift! and evaluate site content. Next, create a free online
email account using Google. Learn to choose a secure
Looking for Legos- The library would like to develop password and log in to send, receive, and read
our own collection of Legos/Duplos for use within the messages. Call to register.
library and to support future children’s
programming. If you have boxes of Legos/Duplos in Internet Searching Basics July 16th @ 5:30 pm- This
your basement that no longer get used we would be class will focus on using Web browsing software to
grateful if you would donate them! search for information on the Internet. Topics will
include: web browser basics, comparison of common
June Book Discussion, June 6th @ 6:30 pm web browsers, understanding search results, reliable
The topic of June’s discussion will be Penny from vs. unreliable sources. Call to register.
Heaven by Jennifer Holm. Extra copies will be
available at the library for anyone interested in Microsoft Excel Basics July 23rd @ 5:30 pm- This
joining the group. class teaches the basics of Excel, Microsoft’s
spreadsheet program, using a personal budget as a
Family Movie Night featuring The Big Miracle sample project. The class will be useful both for those
June 21 @ 6:00 pm- Join us for a showing of the seeking to learn Excel for their job, job search, and
movie The Big Miracle. Popcorn will be provided. school work and those interested in learning for
Check in at the library for the featured movies in July home use or just for fun. Topics will include:
and August! navigating the Excel interface, entering data into
cells, formatting numbers and text, autosum
Summer Hours functions and basic formulas, formatting using cell
The library will be closed July 4th and Saturdays styles. Call the library today to register.
through Labor Day weekend.
Sherrill-Kenwood Free Library Continued Fire Department News and Notes
-Fireworks and Chicken BBQ- Planning to have guests
Dan the Snakeman! July 11th @ 11:00 am at the for the fireworks in Sherrill this year? Let us do the
CAC- Help kick-off our Summer Reading Program with cooking for you! Sherrill-Kenwood Volunteer Fire
a wild performance from Dan the Snakeman at the Department will again host a chicken BBQ on
CAC! fireworks day, July 28. Watch for our signs for times.
Dave Ruch, Family Entertainment August 1st @ -BBQ Grills- Each year in the US, fire departments
10:45 am at the CAC- To celebrate our Centennial respond to an average of 8,200 fires involving grills.
and our Summer Reading Program, Dave Ruch will These fires do an estimated $75 million in direct
provide family-friendly musical entertainment for all- property damage. Be sure your grill is in good
ages at the CAC! working condition. If it is a gas grill, check for leaks
Summer Reading Program- The Sherrill-Kenwood with soapy water. Place your grill well away from
Library’s Summer Reading Goal this year is for your home, siding, deck railings and out from under
each child to read at least 8 hours throughout the eaves. Keep children and pets away from the grilling
summer. Children will earn a prize if they record area. Keep your grill clean by removing fat and
their time spent reading on their “Summer Reading grease buildup. Never leave your grill unattended.
Record” and return it to the Library at the end of July, -Chimineas and Fireplaces- State fire code requires
and then again at the end of August for another that recreational fires not be within 25 feet of any
(larger!) prize. To participate bring your child to the structure or other combustible material (including
library to pick up a Summer Reading Record, record fences, hedges, etc). All fires must be constantly
the time they spend reading, and then return the attended until the fire is extinguished.
record at the end of July and August to get a prize!
-Cigarettes and Mulch- Please do not discard
Summer Reading Weekly Programs cigarette butts in your landscaping mulch or peat
Story Hour Programs- Monday, July 9- Dreams & moss. The resulting fire can smolder, travel, and be
Wishes, Monday, July 16- Space Adventure, Monday, small enough to not be noticed until it reaches your
July 23- Night Shivers; Children entering Kindergarten porch or house. Over the years, the fire department
& 1st Grade will meet at the library from 9:00 – has responded to numerous porch fires caused by
10:00. discarded cigarettes.
Children entering 2nd & 3rd Grade will meet at the
library from 10:30 – 11:30. These programs include -Clothes Dryers and Vent Maintenance- Dryer fires
read-aloud time, crafts, games, songs, snacks & account for 15,000 structure fires annually. Clean
more! Space is limited, so call to register. your dryer vent on a regular basis to remove lint
buildup that could cause a fire.
Summer Reading Club Programs- Monday, July 9th, Colosseo’s Italian Restaurant (315)363-9076
16th, & 23rd from 12:30 – 1:30 for children entering -Happy Father’s Day! Please call for reservations.
grades 4-6. Space is limited, so call to register. -On Monday, June 25th Colosseo’s presents The
Acme Mystery Company in Big Louie and the Gang
Music Heals, September 29 @ 11:00- Did you know that Couldn't Think Straight- Big Louie's been beaned
that listening to music for 20 minutes is equal to 325 by a bocce ball and now he ain't thinking so good.
mg of pain reliever such as Tylenol or Advil? Actively The gang's got to figure out what to do before arch
listening to music can help lower your blood pressure rival gang leader "Muscles" Marinara has you rubbed
and heart rate and studies show that patients who out. $35/person- includes, salad, dinner, dessert,
use music in their treatment for cancer, and other soda, show, tax and gratuity, Call for reservations!
serious illnesses, recovered faster than those who -Please visit www.colosseos.com and find special
didn’t. This workshop is interactive, with samples of offers on Facebook!
various music therapy exercises, songs and activities
presented that aid in wellness, hope and healing!
City of Sherrill Newsletter PRESORTED
377 Sherrill Road US Postage Paid
Sherrill, New York 13461 Sherrill, NY
Permit No. 7
World Trade Center Artifact- The City of Sherrill is Registered Voters- The Oneida County Board of
honored to announce it was selected to receive an Election has recently sent out notification to a few
artifact from the World Trade Center through a registered voters that were in the wrong district
program run by the Port Authority of New York and within the City of Sherrill based on some
New Jersey. The artifact was on display during the inconsistencies within the district lines. If you
Memorial Day parade and is currently at City Hall. received this notice and still have any questions
The artifact will be part of a memorial to be built in please feel free to contact Michael Holmes at City
the city to remember the events of September 11, Hall.
2001 and those who serve our country. All are
invited to a public meeting on Monday June 11 at
7:30pm at Sherrill City Hall to share ideas for the Look for details about these events coming soon:
memorial to be built. -Shredding in September
-Dinner/Dance for Adults at the CAC this fall!
Field of Honor- The Sherrill Merchants Association
will sell flags again this year to be displayed in a Field
of Honor to commemorate the events of September Facebook- Please ‘like’ the City of Sherrill Facebook
11, 2001. The Sherrill Merchants Association will page, http://www.facebook.com/CityOfSherrill
donate the proceeds from the sales towards building
a September 11 memorial in the city. Flags will be on
sale beginning Memorial Day weekend at Sherrill Have a great summer!
Merchants Association businesses.