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Ulysses Square is very happy to host The Ulysses Christmas Bureau once again this year. For those who haven’t heard of this wonderful organization, here’s the information.

 

Now in its 67th year, The Ulysses Christmas Bureau is once again getting ready to play Santa for area families in need. The all-volunteer organization depends exclusively on our local community for donations to provide new clothes and presents for children and food for their families.  Last year the community helped 151 children from 63 families, and this year’s numbers are expected to meet or exceed those totals. In addition, season’s greetings, fruit and homemade baked goods were delivered to 93 isolated seniors, also a number that increases each year.

 

Here’s how the Bureau makes this happen. It matches prospective sponsors with participating families and provides information about the children—ages, sizes, needs, wishes—so the sponsors can shop for and wrap the gifts. The Bureau then distributes the goodies just before Christmas. In addition to individual sponsors, organizations, businesses and groups of friends find this is a fun, rewarding way to spend time together during the holiday season. Empty-nesters find sponsorship an ideal way to “fill the gap” left by scattered families.

 

The Bureau also accepts dollar donations so its volunteers can shop for any child who lacks a sponsor. The money also pays for food for the children’s families—Christmas dinner and extra groceries for the holidays when their kids don’t get free breakfast and lunch at school—and goodies for seniors and the disabled.

 

“It’s all about neighbors helping neighbors,” says one volunteer, “A win/win for all.”

 

If you or your organization would like to help by donating, sponsoring, or volunteering, please call Nancy Zahler or Judy Barringer at 387-3667 or email tburgchristmas@yahoo.com. You can also sign up to sponsor via website: www.ulysseschristmasbureau.org.

 

The deadline for sponsors and donations is November 21. Please make donation checks payable to Ulysses Christmas Bureau and send to Deborah McIntyre, 113 Tamarack Lane, Trumansburg, NY. 14886

 

Do you know someone in the Trumansburg area who needs and would appreciate some Christmas cheer? You can help brighten their holiday with just a single phone call. You can refer any deserving person, even yourself, to the Ulysses Christmas Bureau, and the organization will see to it they receive a basket of fruit, treats, and holiday greetings. Last year more than 93 baskets were assembled and distributed. This year the Bureau wants even more of our neighbors to be remembered. To make a referral for Christmas 2014 or get more information, please contact Holly Weatherby at 387-5266 or use the Christmas Bureau website to make a referral at www.ulysseschristmasbureau.org.

 

 

Ulysses Square is very happy to host The Ulysses Christmas Bureau this year. For those who haven’t heard of this wonderful organization, here’s the information.

 

Now in its 66th year, The Ulysses Christmas Bureau is once again getting ready to play Santa for area families in need. The all-volunteer organization depends exclusively on our local community for donations to provide new clothes and presents for children and food for their families.  Last year the community helped 168 children from 64 families, and this year’s numbers are expected to meet or exceed those totals. In addition, season’s greetings, fruit and homemade baked goods were delivered to 93 isolated seniors, also a number that increases each year.

 

Here’s how the Bureau makes this happen. It matches prospective sponsors with participating families and provides information about the children—ages, sizes, needs, wishes—so the sponsors can shop for and wrap the gifts. The Bureau then distributes the goodies just before Christmas. In addition to individual sponsors, organizations, businesses and groups of friends find this is a fun, rewarding way to spend time together during the holiday season. Empty-nesters find sponsorship an ideal way to “fill the gap” left by scattered families.

 

The Bureau also accepts dollar donations so its volunteers can shop for any child who lacks a sponsor. The money also pays for food for the children’s families—Christmas dinner and extra groceries for the holidays when their kids don’t get free breakfast and lunch at school—and goodies for seniors and the disabled.

 

“It’s all about neighbors helping neighbors,” says one volunteer, “A win/win for all.”

 

If you or your organization would like to help by donating, sponsoring, or volunteering, please call Nancy Zahler or Judy Barringer at 387-3667 or email tburgchristmas@yahoo.com. You can also sign up to sponsor via website: www.ulysseschristmasbureau.org.

 

The deadline for sponsors and donations is November 21. Please make donation checks payable to Ulysses Christmas Bureau and send to Deborah McIntyre, 113 Tamarack Lane, Trumansburg, NY. 14886

 

Do you know someone in the Trumansburg area who needs and would appreciate some Christmas cheer? You can help brighten their holiday with just a single phone call. You can refer any deserving person, even yourself, to the Ulysses Christmas Bureau, and the organization will see to it they receive a basket of fruit, treats, and holiday greetings. Last year more than 93 baskets were assembled and distributed. This year the Bureau wants even more of our neighbors to be remembered. To make a referral for Christmas 2014 or get more information, please contact Holly Weatherby at 387-5266 or use the Christmas Bureau website to make a referral at www.ulysseschristmasbureau.org.

 

Welcome SmartStart Preschool

 

Ulysses Square would like to welcome SmartStart Preschool to the Ulysses Square campus.  SmartStart is a new research-based educational preschool program that combines play with discovery, adventure and learning, and is open for children ages 2 to 4.

 

Owned and directed by Hillary Albrecht, a New York State certified teacher and experienced day-care provider, the school will open on September 1.

 

SmartStart is currently accepting applications and an open house will be held on July 11 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and July 12  from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Food and beverages will be provided.

 

Applications, a detailed daily schedule and other information are available at www.smart-start-preschool.com, and on the preschool’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/hillary.smartstart.

Koi in the koi pond at Ulysses Square, office space near Ithaca,NY

Welcome to Eagle Envelope Company

Judy Cone June 20, 2014

 

Ulysses Square is happy to welcome Eagle Envelope Company who moved into Suite 3 on June 1st.  Great people to have in the complex and they picked a really good time to move.  It's beautiful outside and we meet up on the patio every once in awhile for a break, and to watch all the koi.

 

You can reach them at  http://www.eagleprint.com or call 607-387-3195 or toll free at 1-800-868-0235.

 

 

Ulysses Square article in Tompkins Weekly

Judy Cone May 28 2014

 

Melissa Hamilton wrote a great article about Ulysses Square in Tompkins Weekly, "Businesses Find a Home at Ulysses Square".

 

Terry and I are particularly grateful for the kind comments by our tenants:

 

  • "It's a healthy place for people to come for treatment" -- Dr. Ellen Matuszak, chiropractor.

  • "It's pleasant, comfortable and easy to get to" -- Cheryl Thompson, architect.

Updated Web Site!

​Judy Cone, May 26, 2014

The koi in the koi pond at Ulysses Squre re-appeared after two years of hiding at the bottom of the pond. This inspired us to update the web site, with lots more pictures, a mobile version, and additional information. (We love the little critters, and we're happy they're back in evidence. The pond is very deep, so they can hide from the local mink. Don't ask how we know that's important.)

 

We were greatly assisted in our efforts by Wix -- although we're techies, the thought of dealing with yet another server just made us tired. Instead, we were able to focus on creating content. Great tool, guys!

 

Let us know what you think on our Facebook page or LinkedIn, or send a mail from our Contact page. If you want to see the property in person (or just want to drop by and say "hi" to the koi), give us a call at 607-351-6191 -- we're always happy to show people around.