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Auburn Citizen - progress
January 30, 2006
Progress 2006
The Citizen, Auburn, New York
The Citizen, Auburn, New York
Progress 2006
January 30, 2006
Mon.-Fri. 8:15-3:15
Evenings & weekends by appt.
131 Seymour St. · Auburn, NY
View our unique stone
concepts alongside the
traditional memorials
Veteran Owned.
(Justy Monuments ~ Gilboy Simpson Monuments)
Call 253-7971 or 730-9221 Anytime
Call 253-7971 or 730-9221 Anytime
Locally owned & operated
by Jim Moulton
Locally owned & operated
by Jim Moulton
Celebrating 33 Years
of Growth in Elbridge
Rt. 5 West,
Elbridge, NY 13060
Pick a membership to fit your lifestyle!
Pick a membership to fit your lifestyle!
97 State St., Skaneateles, NY 13152
Ph. 315-685-2266 · Fax 315-685-4022
A Place to Grow Healthy
Join for 3 months
or up to one year
The Complete Facility +
The Whole Family =
Family Fun &
Offering swim lessons
associated with the
American Red Cross
Learn to Skate Lessons
Swimming & Skating
Day Passes
FREE Baybysitting
while you work out!
At the Skaneateles Community Cen-
ter you may choose the membership
that fits your lifestyle. Choose from
skating, swimming, skating & swim-
ming, fitness, or all of them together
which is our ever so popular Olympic
membership. Our Olympic member-
ship provides you with 32 land fitness
classes and 11 aqua aerobic classes at
many convenient times. Drop your
child off in our free childcare center
while you work out or let them work
out in their own class called little sneak-
ers. If you're not ready for a member-
ship join us for the day. Day passes are
available for all areas.
The Olympic membership also pro-
vides you with deep discounts on many
programs. Participate in American Red
Cross swim lessons, be a ballerina, pro-
vide your home-schooled child with
gym classes, Learn guitar, go horseback
riding, or participate in our many
mommy and me classes with your lit-
tle one. For all you adults, learn to
skate, join our coffee club dance club,
learn karate, or participate in our healthy
lifestyles class. Kids remember to join
us for Rock-n-Skate. Grab your friends
and skate under the lights with a live
D.J. Rock-n-Skate is held every
weekend on Friday or Saturday
evenings. Look us up on the Web at
No matter what your age there is
always something to do at the Skaneate-
les Community Center. A Place to
Grow Healthy.
Skaneateles Community Center
Business Name: Skaneateles Community
Address: 97 State St., Skaneateles, NY
Phone: 315-685-2266
Fax: 315-685-4022
Year started: 2002
Type of business: Community Center
Formerly Gilboy-Simpson Monument &
Justy Monuments Co.
Products and services
We help our customers design and create
beautiful, distinctive and lasting memorials for
their family. We also add letters and dates to exist-
ing stones. Because this is a once in a lifetime
purchase, we strive to give the best service pos-
sible from the beginning.
Our focus is to use the highest quality mate-
rials and old world
craftsmanship in creating a memorial to the
customer's wishes, and work to always improve
our products and services for our customers.
Awards and Recognition
In January, at the Mid-Atlantic Monument
Builders Convention our new designs were on
display and recognized for being unique and inno-
vative. Our designs have been featured in
National Trade Magazines as well. Locally we
advised and erected the World War I and World
War II Monument here in Auburn and the
Stryker Memorial in Throop.
We have a large indoor showroom that offers
a comfortable setting to view over 50 monu-
ments and markers. It is one of the finest in Cen-
tral New York, featuring many of our new
designs. You can trust our experience.
Mid-Lakes Memorials
Business Name: Mid-Lakes Memorials
Address: 131 Seymour St., Auburn, NY 13021
Phone: 315-253-7971
Owner: Jim Moulton
Year started: 1991
Type of business: Retail Monument Design
& Sales
Now you can place a
classified ad anytime, anywhere...
always at
You can choose your ad level, add graphics and
pay for it online, 24/7!
190 Years Young
We asked Roland Beck , President of Tessy
Plastics a few questions about their business and
this is what they told us:
Q. Tell us about your Product/ Service:?
A. We make high volume injection molded
plastic parts for medical, industrial, consumer
products and automotive.
Q. What is unique about your business?
A. We continue to grow in a tough economy
by offering a great service at a fair price. Our cus-
tomer support and service keep people coming back
and new customers joining our partnership.
Q. Awards/Recognition?
A. Several quality awards from Tessy cus-
tomers. Our most prestigious award was being
named "Arbcessor" of the year 2000 by plastics
News a major national publication
Q. Community Involvement?
A. We support many school programs and
community projects. Tessy was recently involved
in the Anniversary of the Town of Elbridge. The
employees make donations to the great food
pantries. Tessy Plastics and the employees strong
support the United Way in twelve countries.
Tessy is currently matching $1.00 for $1.00 up
to $50,000 for Tsunami victims.
Q. Business in 2004 vs. 2003?
A. We grew by 25% and added 100 new
employees to the company. We picked up a few
new companies which allows us to remain versatile.
We we're able to remain competitive, thanks in
part to The Empire Development Zone.
Q. Tell about your customers, where do they
come from and why do they use you?
A. Our customers are located all over the
country and overseas. They manufacture con-
sumer products, medical, business machines and
automotive to name a few.
They choose Tessy Plastics because of our
outstanding service quality and competitive prices.
All of our employees take pride
in their work-and it shows in our end
Tessy Plastics Corporation
Business Name: Tessy Plastic Corporation
Address: Route 5 West, Elbridge, NY 13060
Phone: 689-3924 Fax: 689-6595
Owners/Officers: Roland Beck - President,
Henry Beck Chairman of the Board, cloe
Raffa VP/GM
Number of employees: 500
Year started: 1973
Type of business: Custom Injection Molder
Owners: Richard & Cindy Peterson
General Manager: Dave Peterson
Now entering our 20th year, Swedish Hill,
located at 4565 Route 414 in Romulus, has
grown from a tiny 1200 case winery starting
in our old vineyard shop to one of the Finger
Lakes larges producers with current produc-
tion at 60,000 cases. Through all of this
growth, we are still a family business employ-
ing 14 full-time and 40 part-time employees.
Our tasting room is spacious, yet still manages
to maintain a cozy atmosphere. With one of
the region's largest selections of wines, almost
everyone from wine beginners to seasoned
enophiles can find a wine to satisfy their taste
and budget. While modest in architecture, our
production buildings are filled with the most
cutting edge state of the art equipment avail-
able, which helps enhance wine quality as well
as production efficiency. This allows us to offer
premier world class wines at great value prices.
We have earned more than 40 gold medals per
year for each of the last 3 years. We offer a
large selection of wines from dry to sweet and
are well known for our Riesling, Optimus (a
Cabernet/Merlot blend), and our famous
Svenska Red, White and Blush wines.
A visit to Swedish Hill isn't complete with-
out a visit with Doobie, our lovable pet minia-
donkey that is sure to entertain adults and
kids of all ages. Adults can also enjoy a taste of
his namesake wine, our famous Doobie Blues,
similar to a sweeter style of Riesling. We offer
events almost every month of the year, several
with food and music available. We will be cele-
brating our 20th Anniversary on May 13th,
with live music, food, and the biggest "Ware-
house Sale" in our history. Bring you family to
spend Father's Day with us at our annual
Scandinavian Festival, with traditional
Swedish music, dancing and food. Bring in the
holiday season with us on December 9th for
our annual Santa Lucia Day with live music,
Swedish goodies and sip some Glogg, a spicy
aromatic red wine. Santa Lucia traditionally
marks the start of the holiday season in Swe-
Our new bottling facility will be included
in this year's tours, which start the last week-
end in May and continue through October.
Our educational and fun tours give an inside
look into what goes into making a great tast-
ing wine. Swedish Hill is open daily year
round from 9 am to 6 pm (closed Thanksgiv-
ing and Christmas day).
Swedish Hill Winery

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