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Frying pan toss winners in Colton

Colton AMVETS Post 262 sponsored the Colton Winterfest 2020 Frying Pan Toss event, with a total of 24 participants taking part. This event, coupled with the concurrently held Corn Hole Tournament, generated $300 that the Post donated to the Colton/Pierrepont/Parishville Neighborhood Center. The post matched that amount, for a total of $600. Winners include, from left, Mary Jo James, 2nd place in the women’s category; Randy “Lights Out” Burke, 3rd in the men’s group; first place winner in the men's category, Richard Pike; Mary Hewlett, 3rd in the women’s category; Youth Category winner Nolan Matoes; women’s 1st place winner Linda Stark; and David Demo, 2nd in the men’s category. Photo submitted by Bill Swafford.

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CANTON: Possumbilities plays Americana music at the Buccaneer Lounge, 4 W. Main St., 7:30 p.m., free, donations accepted for the performers.

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POTSDAM -- The next featured Cinema 10 film will be “The Biggest Little Farm,” screened Monday, Feb. 24 at 7:15 p.m. at the Roxy Theater. The 2018 American film directed by John Chester is 91 minutes long and rated PG with mild thematic elements. Emmy-award winning director Chester turns the camera around to document the struggles he and his wife face in running a 200-acre farm in Ventura County... Read More >>
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