Saturday, June 23, 2007

SIRSY Opens Freedom Park 2007

While the air was cool this opening night in Freedom Park, the sound from opening act SIRSY warmed up the crowd. If you missed this concert you won’t want to miss the rest of the Freedom Park 2007 Schedule, Click Here.

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Melanie Krahmer enjoys her Freedom Park debut
Melanie Krahmer enjoys her Freedom Park debut

Richard Michael Libutti on Guitar, Base, bass & snare with his feet
Richard Michael Libutti

Opening Night Crowd at Freedom Park

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My sis Michelle sorta named the band. You see, when we were little and learning to talk she said the word "sister" like "sirsy" (which then became my nickname).

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Monday, June 18, 2007

Cruisin On The Avenue 2007

Due to an Achilles tendon injury I missed out on Scotia’s annual Cruisin On the Avenue on Fathers Day. Fortunately, I have a wonderful wife and brother who wandered down Mohawk Avenue taking some great photos for me.

In case you also missed out I’ve posted some of the best photos online at

Junior Dragster

Saturday, June 09, 2007

Snapping Turtle Time

It’s egg laying time again for the turtles who live in and near Collins Lake. If you’re coming down Sunnyside Rd or Washington Ave., keep your eyes open.

Scotia Snapping Turtle

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Monday, June 04, 2007

Robert Allen Honored

He wrote songs for Perry Como, the Four Lads and Johnny Mathis and last week his he was honored by his home town of Scotia NY with a historic plaque.

Will Seyse, and Robert Allen's Family

Hit songs include Home for the Holidays, Chances Are, Teacher Teacher, Everybody Loves a Lover and If Dreams Came True. In 1963, he wrote the music for and produced "Three Billion Millionaires," a benefit album for the United Nations by Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Danny Kaye, Sammy Davis Jr., Jack Benny, and Carol Burnett.