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Come make your own Marshmallow Catapult with the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Lewis County!

OVERVIEW
Marshmallow catapults are not only fun to play with, but also provide an
educational demonstration on energy. Potential energy is the stored
energy in an object at rest. Kinetic energy is exerted by an object in
motion. Catapults use stored energy to launch objects. When a catapult is
in the loading position, it holds potential energy. As the arm of the
catapult releases, it exerts kinetic energy. Your challenge is to build a
catapult that will launch a marshmallow six feet. Good luck!

Cost $2 per participant.

Location: Cornell Cooperative Extension of Lewis County
7395 East Road Lowville, NY 13367

Please Register by calling 315-376-5270 or emailing
lewis@cornell.edu by September 16, 2020 by 4:00 pm. Youth under
10 must be accompanied by an adult. Paperwork is required of all
participants.

This workshop serves growers with support on pest management, variety selection, fertility and cultural management for strawberries, blueberries and raspberries.

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Find them at the Lowville Food Pantry’s New Enterance! (5502 Trinity Ave.)

Drop off items for sale Sept 21 – 23 (12pm-6pm). All donations should be in good and working order!

Call Sheree Vora with questions. (315-778-8833)

United Way of Northern New York announces its first community-wide, virtual town hall meeting on justice, equity, diversity and inclusion (JEDI). The special event features Fox News personality and journalist Juan Williams, who will share his perspective of race relations in the United States. A cohost of The Five on Fox News, Juan Williams has successfully brought balance to the network’s conservative voices. Widely regarded as one of America’s top speakers, he has authored seven best-selling books and has interviewed every president since Ronald Reagan, which gives him a unique vantage point on our nation’s constantly evolving political climate.

Online registration will be available beginning Monday, August 31st.

Details can be found on United Way’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/unitedwaynny
or by calling (315) 788-5631.

Find them at the Lowville Food Pantry’s New Enterance! (5502 Trinity Ave.)

Drop off items for sale Sept 21 – 23 (12pm-6pm). All donations should be in good and working order!

Call Sheree Vora with questions. (315-778-8833)

Find them at the Lowville Food Pantry’s New Enterance! (5502 Trinity Ave.)

Drop off items for sale Sept 21 – 23 (12pm-6pm). All donations should be in good and working order!

Call Sheree Vora with questions. (315-778-8833)

The Lewis County Chamber is moving back downtown!
We are relocating from our current location in the Center for Business (the old Climax building) to South State Street between Kathy’s Barbershop and National Abstract! We will be sharing the space with Naturally Lewis.
Naturally Lewis hopes that the space will be a shared office space, as the Center for Business was, in the future.
To move our offices and to settle in we will be closed Tuesday-Thursday next week (Sept. 29th-Oct 1st). 
Our new address is 7551 South State St!
Please be sure to update your records to our new address as mentioned above. 

Lewis County Public Health and Countryside Veterinary Clinic are sponsoring a rabies clinic for all dogs, cats, and ferrets 3 months of age or older at the Lowville Town Barn/Garage – 5481 Bostwick Street, Lowville.

A $10 donation per pet is suggested.

The Rocky Fawcett Fall Foliage Tour is a drive-it-yourself autumn adventure. This years Fall Foliage tour will focus on the South of Lewis County and take you through that regions most scenic views.

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The mission of the Lewis County Chamber of Commerce, Inc. is to nurture and promote commercial, recreational and community activities, which enhance the quality of life and general prosperity of the people of Lewis County.