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All open cases have been sent to Fayette Town Court or The Town of Waterloo Court.
Best form of contact is to email:
Leave your name, birthday, correct address, and if you plead to the ticket guilty of not guilty.
If you received a ticket NORTH of the canal you will be in the Town of Waterloo
If you received a ticket SOUTH of the canal you will be in the Town of Fayette
Street names in Fayette:
Brookside Dr, Distillery Ave, Fayette St, Gorham St S, Grove St, Huff St, Illick St. E & W, Keli Dr, Kendig St. E & W, Lincoln St. E, Locust St, Logan St, Maple St, Market St, Marshall Rd, River St. E & W, Rocklan Ave, Rte 96 Indian Hills, Iroquois Drive, Arrowhead Drive, Jellicle Lane, and Washington St.
Saturday May 27th 12:00 – 12:20 pm
Lafayette Park Stage
Come & join us for a great show in LaFayette Park following their performance in the Celebrate Commemorate Parade at 11:00 am!
The Hit Men are a group of good fellas who come together from all parts of the New York area. They provide a performance that combines both the musical and the theatrical. Their show stopping demeanor means they provide the best entertainment around. Look around the site, and if you see what you like get a hold of us. If not then we’ll take care of yah.
Klein’s portrayal of Lincoln brings this American icon to life. He bears a striking physical resemblance to Lincoln. His programs are thoroughly researched, historically accurate, and blend Lincoln’s humor with his great humanity. His ability to adapt to any audience and adapt his program’s content to your theme means that you are guaranteed to walk away with new insight into the man and a genuine sense that you have been with Lincoln himself.
To prepare for a performance, it takes about an hour with costume and make-up. However, if you happen to have Lincoln in mind, his natural resemblance to Abraham Lincoln can be quite convincing. Several years ago when visiting Washington D.C. he created something of a stir when he walked into Ford’s Theater, the place where Lincoln was shot. Though Klein was dressed in ordinary street attire, with his 6’3″ height and Quaker beard one woman screamed outright when she looked up to see him casually strolling down the stairs.
Actor Fritz Klein of Springfield, Illinois has been a professional actor and speaker for many years. His portrayal of Lincoln brings this American icon to life. Klein brings striking physical resemblance as well as historical accuracy, acting ability, humor, and relevance to the audience. Productions vary in content and length according to the need and character of the audience, but you will come away with new insight and the sense that you have been with Lincoln himself. Klein was first asked to portray Lincoln after performing as Lyman Beecher in a local history pageant in Kailua-Kona, Hawai’i where he lived at the time. After a number of requests for repeat performances, he decided to begin extensive research in order to write a one-man production on Lincoln. That production has led to many others. He has since performed as Lincoln in 38 states and internationally as well. He and his wife Linda now reside in Springfield, Illinois where he performs at the new Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum, as well as many other venues around the country. In the summer Klein plays Lincoln in a variety of venues in a program called “History Comes Alive. In 2011 Klein was featured in the National Park Service’s recreation of Lincoln’s Inaugural Journey, travelling from Springfield to Washington, DC. and performing for some 5,000 people enroute. Klein portrayed Lincoln in a feature entitled “Lost River” and four History Channel Lincoln Bicentennial spots, as well as the award-winning Lincoln film at the Lincoln Home National Park “Journey to Greatness” by Aperture films of Los Angeles. On President Obama’s Inauguration night, Klein was Lincoln in the first American showing of a German film called “Lincoln’s Last Night” produced by VIDICOM of Hamburg and again featured at the Smithsonian for the 2013 Inauguration. Klein was also featured in the 2013 Ford’s Theater exhibit put together by History Channel. Klein has also done numerous documentary and feature films for National Geographic, Discovery and History Channel including “Stealing Lincoln’s Body”, “Lincoln’s Secret Killer”, and “American Mastermind”. In 2013 the Smithsonian film, “Lincoln’sWashingtonWar” aired in 2013, on the Smithsonian Channel, and he appeared on National television with “Larry the Cable Guy”. In April 2015 a new documentary “Lincoln’s Last Day” aired on the Smithsonian Channel. Recent plays include a 2012 role in the Pulitzer – Prize nominated production “The Heavens Are Hung in Black” by James Still, and a 2014 appearance with actor Carlo Garcia in “Of Mutual Interest – Lincoln and Mexico” before Illinois Governor and delegates from Mexico. In the Fall of 2014 a new Ken Bradbury play about Lincoln’s assassination called “Last Full Measure” opened at Union Theater in the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum. That play will continue to run in locations around the country through 2016.
President Abraham Lincoln (Fritz Klein) speaks at the American Civil War memorial in Waterloo, New York. As keynote speaker at the annual Illumination Ceremony, He was asked to make some comments about the battles at Gettysburg and his part in the dedication of the cemetery. His comments conclude with his famous Gettysburg Address, recited as only the President could.
MONDAY MAY 29th, 2023
Lead by The Patriot Guard Riders of NY and Waterloo Legion Riders
Sponsored by Molly M. Headley Insurance & Sessler Companies
Ride with us through the beautiful Finger Lakes Region this Memorial Day
and show your support for those who served to protect our freedoms!
Return to the Waterloo VFW for a Buffet Lunch!
ALL PROCEEDS SUPPORT New York Patriot Guard Riders, Waterloo VFW,
Waterloo American Legion and Celebrate Commemorate Event
8:00am – 10:00am -Registration at Waterloo VFW, 29 E. Elisha Street, Waterloo
10:00am – 2:00pm -Scenic Ride through the Finger Lakes Region
2:00pm -Return to Waterloo VFW for a Buffet Lunch
Questions? Chris Shaffer 315-719-8106
Here’s a clip of the 2016 Grand Finale!!
You can help the Waterloo Rotary Club fight hunger locally by joining us in a little friendly competition called EXTRAVA”CAN”ZA 2023. The goal is to stock the shelves of a local food pantry (of your choice) with non-perishable food items (canned or boxed food) in May. Our goal is to collect 4000 non-perishable items.
What’s involved? Organize a team to collect food items and use the items to build a structure at the Waterloo Community Center on May 26 and be displayed May 27 and 28. Rules and tips for building a structure are on the reverse side of this form. Most importantly, be creative and have fun!
How do You get involved? Register your team by completing the form below and returning it to us along with a $10 fee to be donated to Hunger Initiatives by May 15, 2023. Your structure must be built on Friday, May 26 from 10:00 am until 3:00 pm (other times on Friday can be arranged) and ready for display on May 27 and 28. Winners in several prize categories will be recognized, including a People’s Choice award!
On Sat. May 27 and Sunday, May 28 anyone may visit the displays to browse and/or to vote from 10:00 am until 6:00 pm on Sat. and 10:00 am until 3:00 pm on Sunday. Votes are 10 for $1.00.
Food must be picked up at 3:00 by the food pantry named. Uncollected donations will be donated to Cayuga Seneca Community Action Agency.
Rules & Guidelines
- Aluminum food cans or boxed food of all sizes may be used.
- Cans must be full, unopened, with labels intact and legible. FOOD MAY NOT BE BEYOND THE BEST BUY/ BEST USED BY/EXPIRATION DATE.
- Labels may not be covered or altered in any way.
- Do not place tape anywhere on the can’s label. During take down, the tape may pull the label from the can. A can with no label cannot be taken to the food pantry.
- Accessory props are allowed; however, props and boxes should not be a dominating feature of the entry.
- No glass containers, pet food, alcoholic beverages, open or exposed foods are allowed.
- Velcro and clear tape may be used as adhesives but remember to not cover the label.
- Teams are allowed to place colored paper discs on the tops of cans.
- No permanent adhesives, such as glues, may be used.
- Leveling or supporting materials are permitted.
- Please create a large “professional” sign telling the public and the judges who you are and about your structure. The sign should have any information pertinent to your structure that will help draw the judges’ and public’s eye to your display as described. This sign should also contain information on the number of items used, cost of your build and the name of the Hunger Initiative you have chosen to receive the food.
- Each team may dismantle their own on Sunday, May 29 at 3:00 p.m. If you do not, Waterloo Rotary will dismantle it. Props must be picked up at 3:00 p.m. on May 29. If Waterloo Rotary dismantles the structure, no props will be returned. Someone from the group you have chosen as the recipient should pick up the food on Sunday, May 29 from 3-5 pm. Food not picked up will be donated to Cayuga Seneca Community Action Agency.
- This year’s theme is “Waterloo Remembers”.
- Judges will be looking for displays for the following categories:
Judging will be based on design, overall conception, imagination, and creativity based on the rules. Entries will also be judged based on practicality of the foods used. What do we mean by practical? That means a build using more protein-rich foods and less Kool-Aid would do better than one made completely out of Doritos. Our goal here is to feed the hungry well; remember that when selecting building materials.
- All awards will be presented on Monday, June 6, 2022 at the Waterloo Rotary Club dinner meeting at Ciccino’s in Waterloo at 6:00 p.m.
- The People’s Choice winner will be determined by the EXTRAVA”CAN”ZA 2020 structure with the most votes from the community. Community voting will take place on Sat. May 28 and Sun. May 29 at the Community Center. To vote, community members will need to buy tickets (10 for $1) and place them in the container by the structure of their choice.
Still Have Questions?
- Please contact Ellen Hughes (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Coreen Lowry (email@example.com)
The AMERICAN CIVIL WAR MEMORIAL
Remembers the fifty-eight men of Waterloo who died in the Civil War (1861-1865) and recognizes all the soldiers and sailors who gave their lives in the conflict.
Ceremony at the American Civil War Memorial will be held on Friday, May 26, 2022 at 8:00pm. Located on the corner of Locust Street & South Virginia Street. https://www.americancivilwarmemorial.com
Stop in the Kid’s Korner tent. Get busy and create. It’s fun.
As always there will be games, treats and even an obstacle course!!