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Among the apple pies, cider, crafters and activities for the kids, is the iron skillet toss- a unique art of hurling a frying pan. Each September, the Chenango County Habitat for Humanity hosts a "Skillet Toss" at the Greene Applefest and this year will be no different.
So far, a nice looking weekend and once again a full weekend of events, including the Harvest Festival underway Saturday 1-7 at NYSEG Stadium. Sunday at 2pm is a chance to make a big difference for those in need of food in the Southern Tier with the CHOW Hunger Walk.
I can't even begin to tell you how much Italian food I consumed during the early part of my pregnancy. You'd think that I would be sick of it since I devoured it so often, but come on...Italian is so good that I just don't understand how anyone could get tired of it.
As many as 400,000 service members live and struggle with the invisible wounds of war and most think they're alone. What's even more sobering is that 22 Veterans take their lives each. That adds up to 8,030 lives lost each year.
Every parent who had to send their kids back to school knows how draining it is on the wallet. It seems that each year it gets more and more expensive to buy everything on the back-to-school list and for many families it's just not economically possible.
In case you missed the news earlier this year, an almost 50-year TV tradition has come to an end. If you're flipping through the channels for the annual Muscular Dystrophy Association Labor Day telethon, you won't find it.