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The invocation and benediction were presented by Father Steve Lape of St. Photos in text: Assemblyman Phil Palmesano was the keynote speaker. Middle: Schuyler County Legislature Chairman Dennis Fagan was among the speakers.His talk was interrupted by the collapse of two young boys. Bottom: Watkins Glen Mayor Sam Schimizzi addresses the crowd at the Veterans Day service, with emcee Tony Specchio in the background.The sentencings are the result of an investigation by the New York State Police, Special Investigations Unit, Rochester; the New York State Police, CNET Southern Tier, under the direction of Major Richard Allen; the Schuyler County Sheriff’s Department, under the direction of William Yessman; and the Schuyler County District Attorney’s Office, under the direction of Joseph Fazzary. 20, 2017 -- Scott Kennedy, 40, of Beaver Dams, who was convicted of federal drug charges in connection with a methamphetamine ring operating across Schuyler, Chemung and Steuben Counties, was sentenced in U. A lunch offerng soup, sandwich and dessert proved popular, with available seating filled.Various crafts were for sale, and a raffle offered prizes including a quilt, themed baskets and a dollhouse kit."It's kind of a strange program here today," Specchio said when it resumed after the three patients had been transported from the scene.
During a search of the vehicle, officers located the pseudoephedrine pills. Lunch was also available for purchase, as were baked goods. Kids worked on Chrismas projects in Santa's Workshop. James' Episcopal Church attracted a steady stream of people to its Holiday Bazaar, held in the Friendship Hall on 6th Street in Watkins Glen.
During the course of the conspiracy, Scott Kennedy distributed large amounts of methamphetamine with and to people throughout the area of Schuyler, Chemung, and Steuben Counties. Hartford, who handled the case, said that between June 2012 and May 4, 2016, Mendez and Champion conspired with Scott Kennedy and others to manufacture and distribute meth.
Wendy Kennedy, said Hartford, also obtained quantities of methamphetamine from her brother, which he had manufactured, that she then distributed to her own customers.
Other remarks came from Watkins Glen Mayor Sam Schimizzi and the commanders of American Legions Posts 555, Keith Caslin, and 676, Rick Lewis.
Caslin said "anyone who served honorably can be considered a hero" and that he "will always hold them in the highest regard" and "stand for our flag." Lewis said that service in the military disrupts the lives of both those who serve and their loved ones, and said "we need to serve our veterans as well as they serve us." He said homelessness among returning servicemen is "hardly the thanks of a grateful nation," and that "our gratitude and respect" should last forever.