To me discriminating against a breastfeeding woman in any capacity doesn’t seem much different than discriminating because of race, sex or anything else. Besides, to ridicule a woman for feeding her child is just plain ignorant and really shows the mentality of people.
This is to all you married or single men over 30 out there. Hands off! We women are not impressed or flattered by you putting your arms around us or touching us at all when you try to flirt and hang on us! The older you get, the grosser it is. Stop putting your arm around us, stop trying to show how cool and charming you are because you’re not. We women have more respect for a man who respects us enough to carry on a conversation with out the touching. It is even more un-cool when you are over 40 and 50. Grow up and show some respect!
BOCES offers QuickBooks Pro 2009 course
NORWOOD – A QuickBooks Pro 2009 Level I course is being offered by St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES. This class provides an introduction to QuickBooks and accounting principles, working with customer transactions, dealing with vendor transactions, and online banking features.
As part of the class students will create QuickBook files from scratch.
The class runs eight weeks, Tuesdays from Oct. 26 through Dec. 14, 1 to 4 p.m.
The cost is $200 and the textbook is $23.65. Call (888) 360-7693 to register.
State police nab Buffalo residents with at least 10 pounds of pot
MASSENA -- State police say they have charged two Buffalo residents with possession of at least 10 pounds of marijuana Monday.
Felony charges of first-degree criminal possession of marijuana-10 lbs. have been lodged against Nicholas M. Camilloni, 29, and Jessa Que, 26.
They were charged at the U.S. Border Patrol station in Massena.
Canton United Methodist Women to hold rummage sale Oct. 7-8
CANTON – A fall rummage sale sponsored by the Canton United Methodist Women will be held Thursday, Oct. 7 from 4 to 8 p.m. and Friday, Oct. 8 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Canton United Methodist Church, 41 Court St.
There will also be a bake sale on Thursday and a bag sale on Friday beginning at 11 a.m.
All proceeds go to women and youth.
Harvest supper at Edwards UMC slated for Thursday
EDWARDS – A Harvest Supper with turkey and all the trimmings will be held at the Edwards United Methodist Church, Thursday, Oct. 7, beginning at 5 p.m. Take-outs are available from the parsonage at 4 p.m. Adults $8; Children under 12, $4; Children under 5, free.
Cardiology Services was the winner of Canton-Potsdam Hospital's Project Pink "pinkest department" contest to mark the start of October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Shown here amid the pink decorations is Candace Olmstead, Department Secretary.
Palmer named assistant professor of humanities, social sciences at Clarkson
POTSDAM – Felicity Palmer has been appointed assistant professor of humanities and social sciences at Clarkson University.
Palmer received her bachelor of arts degree in English and French from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. Her Ph.D. in English and comparative literature and society is from Columbia University.
She previously held the position of assistant professor of world literature at the University of Southern Mississippi.
Clarkson appoints Garcia to assistant professor of humanities, social sciences
POTSDAM – Michael N. Garcia has been appointed assistant professor of humanities and social sciences at Clarkson University.
Garcia received his bachelor of arts degree in Spanish and English from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, his master of arts in English from Cornell University and his Ph.D. in English from Cornell.
Before coming to Clarkson, Garcia was a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in arts and humanities and a visiting assistant professor of American studies and English at Hamilton College.
Emily Grady Reynolds, longtime summer resident of Morristown, died on September 11 at Riderwood in Silver Spring, Md. She was 79 and had emphysema.
She was born in Ogdensburg on July 14, 1931.
Mrs. Reynolds was a graduate of Columbia High School in Maplewood, N.J. and Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia, Pa. where she received a degree in Art History in 1953. A lifelong artist, she worked as an illustrator at Hallmark Greeting Cards in N.Y.C. before moving to Larchmont, N.Y., to raise her family in 1964.