Craft show at Louisville fire station April 16
LOUISVILLE -- Louisville fireman's auxiliary will have a craft show at the Louisville Volunteer fire station off Co. Rt. 37 on Saturday, April 16, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
They are looking for vendors and would like those interested to call Pat at 769-0952 or Nicole at 590-5053.
The patrons of Eben’s Hearth Restaurant in Potsdam recently enjoyed their meals and a chance to learn about women in history with the 5th grade placemat history project that students at the AA Kingston Middle School designed and colored as part of Women’s History Month activities in March. This project, sponsored by the St. Lawrence County Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and the 5th grade at AAK, has been ongoing for many years.
St. Lawrence Valley Paddlers kicks off season April 17 with Little River Ramble
CANTON – St. Lawrence Valley Paddlers’ season officially gets underway Sunday, April 17 with the annual Little River Ramble, followed closely by their Scramble Series on Wednesdays beginning April 21 and running through September.
That is all a prelude to this year’s big event during Canton Canoe Weekend in mid-May, the 50th annual Rushton Memorial Races.
Assemblywoman Russell pleased with $3.5 million restoration for housing rehab
With $3.5 million restored in the state budget for the community renewal Rural Preservation Program, Assemblywoman Addie Russell says she is pleased.
“This program serves as a catalyst to inject private capital into construction and rehabilitation projects,” the 118th District Democrat said.
Among the organizations that utilize this funding is the St. Lawrence Housing Council.
Craft show at Ogdensbug's Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center April 15
OGDENSBURG – The Claxton Hepburn Medical Center Auxiliary craft committee will sponsor a craft show Friday, April 15 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the auditorium of the medical center.
The committee has been busy preparing a large variety of spring and Easter crafts for this event.
The show will also offer the public an opportunity to purchase homemade pies, prepared by members of the auxiliary.
Opening reception for black-and-white photo exhibit April 16 in Potsdam
POTSDAM – The St. Lawrence County Arts Council will hold the opening reception for a new exhibit by photographer James Bullard Saturday, April 16 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the gallery, 51 Market St.
A photographer for over fifty years, Bullard revisits his aesthetic roots in this exhibit of his black and white photographs.
Learn more about Bullard and his photography on his blog, “North Country Ramblings” at jims-ramblings.blogspot.com.
This exhibit will be on display through May 21.
Roos sweep Vermont Tech in two shutouts in softball
(Canton, N.Y.)- The SUNY Canton softball team remained perfect in the Sunrise Conference as they shut out Vermont Technical College on Sunday winning 18-0 and 10-0 in Canton.
The Roos improved to 8-0 against conference opponents and 10-12 overall as they won their ninth game in their 10 outings.
The Roos banged out 18 hits in the first game led by Vickie Lynch (Howard Beach, N.Y.) had laced four singles, drove in four runs and scored four times.
Zelyez powers Roos baseball to split with Vermont Tech
(Canton, N.Y.)- The SUNY Canton baseball team split with Vermont Technical College as they won game two 14-2 in five innings after dropping the opener 8-4.
Michael Zelyez (Brasher Falls, N.Y.) went deep for a solo home run, his first of the year, in the fourth inning of the nightcap. Zelyez also had a triple and he scored three times.
Chudy dominates Game 1; Clarkson settles for baseball split versus Union
Potsdam, NY - Sophomore starter Bryan Chudy (Goshen, NY) delivered the Clarkson University Baseball team's second consecutive shutout in the opener of Sunday's doubleheader against Union College, but the Knights bats were nearly silenced in the nightcap as the two teams split a doubleheader, Clarkson winning the first 15-0 but dropping the second 9-2 at Jack Phillips Stadium.