May 31, 2006

How to cut a record; farm equipment on roads

Most of the Dryden-related news in today's Ithaca Journal is in Briefly in Dryden, which reports:

  • The band Thousands of One, part of the I-Town Collective, which just released a new CD, will talk about:

    their composition process, rehearsal techniques, CD recording process and grassroots public relations work. Select students will also be invited to perform for and with Thousands of One.

    The event will take place next Wednesday, June 7th, at 6:00pm at the Dryden Central School Auditorium, with a concert at 7:00pm.

  • Dryden Dairy Day will be June 10th, with a parade on Main Street and booths at Montgomery Park. Registration deadlines for exhibitors are coming up soon!

  • The Dryden Youth Commission has an opening for another member.

  • The Highway Department continues to take scrap metal through 2:30pm today at its garage (map).

On the opinion page, Debbie Teeter of Cooperative Extension suggests how best to deal with farm equipment on the road.

Posted by simon at May 31, 2006 7:37 AM in
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