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The Town of DeKalb is located between the St. Lawrence River and the foothills of the Adirondacks and encompasses the hamlet of DeKalb Junction, the Village of Richville, and the hamlets of DeKalb, Kendrew and Bigelow. William Cooper of Cooperstown arranged the purchase of De Kalb in February of 1803. The Town of DeKalb was officially chartered by the NYS legislature on February 22, 1806. The first “village” in the township of DeKalb was known as Williamstown or Coopers Village which, by 1814, was a village offering most necessary frontier services. In 1820, when the Coopers were no longer involved, it became known as DeKalb Village. [Click on History in the list on the right for much more information on the history of DeKalb and Richville.]
May 24, 2015
DeKalb Junction Fire Department
Annual Fund Raiser
Chicken and Pork BBQ
June 6, 2015
3 p.m. till?
$9.00 a Dinner
$5.00 just meat
Dinner includes: Chicken or Pork
Pasta Salad, Baked Beans,
Rolls and Desserts
For Local Delivery
Call the Fire Hall @ 347-2298
We hope to see you all there and thank-you for
Your continued support!!!
Any questions call Naomi Drake 261-9936
We also will have a bounce house for the kids to enjoy at the fire station 10-2….
If you would like to play/participate in the Volleyball Tournament at the Fire House contact
Stacy Denesha @ 528-0168
Also, if you would like to rent a table ($10.00) in the front of the hall for the garage sale items contact Naomi Drake @ 261-9936
May 24, 2015
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Town Board of the Town of DeKalb, County of St. Lawrence, State of New York, will accept sealed bids for the purchase of a 2015 ten-wheeler dump truck with a 14’ box, capable of handling plow and wing.
All sealed bids must be filed with the Town Clerk of the Town of DeKalb at the Town Hall in DeKalb Junction, New York, no later than 12:00 noon on June 10, 2015.
Bids must be submitted in sealed envelopes.
All bids must contain a non-collusive bidding certification.
Bids will be opened at 3:00 p.m. on June 11, 2015 at the Town Hall in DeKalb Junction, New York.
The detailed specifications are available at the office of the Town Clerk, Town of DeKalb, CR 17, DeKalb Junction, New York 13630.
Please note that the Town has recently passed a standardization policy with regard to International trucks. This policy is available from the Town Clerk, Town of DeKalb.
The Town reserves the right to reject any and all bids.
May 21, 2015
Tom Walsh will perform an afternoon of funny songs and stories Sunday, June 7 from 3-5 at the Meetinghouse Museum, 696 E. DeKalb Rd., DeKalb Jct. The Meetinghouse Museum is across from the Hermon/DeKalb School and parking is available at the school. The concert is free and is entertainment for all ages.
This one of a kind singer and storyteller lets everyone join in the fun as he sings funny songs and tells funny stories about life on the farm. Tom is a graduate of SUNY Canton and has performed all across the country. He is especially known for his educational programs offered for school children and community groups.
The afternoon is the first in the DeKalb Historical Association’s Performance series. The series is made possible in part by the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and Administered by the St. Lawrence County Arts Council.
The Meetinghouse Museum is wheelchair accessible.
For more information contact Linda Batt at 344-6592 or email@example.com
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