Construction Project

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Frankfort Free Library Receives Community Foundation Grant

UTICA, NY – The Frankfort Free Library and The Community Foundation of Herkimer & Oneida Counties have recently partnered to make an impact in the community by renovating the Frankfort Free Library, making it more accessible for all patrons.

The $50,000 investment from The Community Foundation will help to renovate the entryway into the building and install a lift which will make the lower level accessible to all patrons. The expanded accessibility will allow the library to provide even more public programming. 

According to Edith Buffalohead, Board of Trustees President, the library has not had any major renovations since 1976 and the building sorely needs this upgrade. “We are very thankful for the support provided by The Community Foundation,” said Buffalohead. “The improvements to the library will enable us to better meet our mission to enrich lives, build community and foster success by bringing people, information and ideas together.”

“This investment will not only allow the Frankfort Free Library to better address the renovation needs of the building, but will in turn lead to the library’s growth,” added Morgan Mielnicki, community investment coordinator at The Community Foundation. “These improvements will enable the organization to offer more programming and help to increase overall patron visits.”

For more information about the Frankfort Free Library, visit www.midyorklib.org/Frankfort or call 315-894-9611

Since 1952, The Community Foundation has invested more than $75 million in Oneida and Herkimer counties. The Community Foundation partners with various local organizations to make impactful investments in core areas of need, including economic development, education, health, and arts and culture.

For information about The Community Foundation, visit www.foundationhoc.org or call 315-735-8212.

A Taste of the Valley Sponsors

Many thanks again to everyone that helped make our first A Taste of the Valley a success! 

Asteroga Ale House             B’s Barber Shop                Big Willy’s Pizzeria Black Creek Design              Pat & Bob Bono                Brown’s Feed Brass Tack Restaurant                     BUG Country Radio        Florence Ciaola Click’s Cakes                            Heidelberg                            Kevin’s Bistro  Kitlas Restaurant                  The Knight Spot                 Entel Dataforms  Doty’s Golf Course              Fortnightly                            DeIorio’s Food Inc.  Primo’s Pizzeria                     Mario & Carla Pumillo     WKTV                          Honey Brook Hobbies       Village of Frankfort           Steve Zipko               Vinny’s Hair Styling            Waterfront Grille               WIBX Radio/TV  Joe & Shawn Latella           Chad & Missy Wohler      Locavore                      Lombardo’s Pizzeria Plus II                              Mohawk Valley Living          Frankfort-Schuyler Elementary PTO         Joe & Karlee Tamburro      Mohawk Valley Monuments LLC                 Observer Dispatch               Mohawk Valley Chapter NSDAR                St. Francis DiPaola Society  Russo Physical Therapy PC                             Power Kleen Corporation    Frankfort Boys Scout Troop #1                      Franco’s Pizza & Italian Deli  Costanza Insurance Agency Inc          Farmhouse Restaurant  Crash’s (Sims Metal Management)              Crazy Otto’s Empire Diner  Frankfort-Schuyler Elementary Staff        Twin Oaks Memorials            Tara’s tHAIRapy Salon & Massage               Urbanke Associates, Inc      Scott Grates/State Farm Agency                 Original Herkimer Cheese  V.J. Iocovozzi Funeral Home                          Pine Hill Golf Course         JDA Management Associates Inc              St. Francis DiPaola Auxiliary  Stonebridge Golf  & Country Club            PK’s Pub 

Construction Project Sponsors

 David W Buckley    |    F.E. Hale         |        Northern Safety & Industrial      |       Paul Palumbo    |   Spohn’s Disposal Service, Inc.      |      William Schuster