N-N Class of '63 scholarship committee has goal to keep fund going for years to come
At its annual meeting last month at the home of Suzanne and Mike Lebeda in South Colton, the Norwood-Norfolk Central School Class of ‘63 Scholarship Fund committee set a goal to raise enough funds to continue the award for many years to come.
Met Live shows' third season starts at Potsdam's Roxy Saturday
POTSDAM -- The Met: Live in HD will return for its third season on the silver screen at Potsdam's Roxy Theater this fall, thanks to a partnership between SUNY Potsdam's Crane School of Music and J.S. Cinemas. For its 2010-11 series of live transmissions, the Metropolitan Opera will stage groundbreaking performances of both beloved classics and acclaimed modern works.
Ghost book author at Russell Library Saturday
RUSSELL – The Russell Public Library will host Cheri Farnsworth on Saturday, Oct. 9 from 2 to 4 p.m. in the community room at the library.
Revai has written many books about the paranormal and true historical crime. “Murder and Mayhem in St. Lawrence County” is her newest book.
Refreshments will be served.
“Bikers Battle Violence” raises over $5,000 for Renewal House
CANTON -- The first annual “Bikers Battle Violence” fundraising event raised $5,294 when 96 bikers rallied together to raise funds to benefit the adults and children who seek services at Renewal House.
“On behalf of Renewal House, I would like to thank all the sponsors and riders who devoted their time to make a difference in our community,” said Renewal House Program Director Tessa Fields.
“Your support gives adults and children the opportunity to live their lives free from violence.”
The event took place Sept. 19.
Potsdam Central grants principal tenure, appoints 5 teachers
POTSDAM – The Potsdam Central School Board of Education has granted Joann Chambers tenure as principal of the high school, and has appointed five teachers and one cafeteria employee in recent meetings, according to board member Ann Carvill.
While not speaking for the board, Carvill has summarized two recent meetings, as follows:
At the 9/14 meeting of the board:
Bittersweet wreath workshop Oct. 9 at Robert Moses State Park Nature Center
MASSENA – Fall foliage lovers are invited to make their own Bittersweet wreath Saturday, Oct. 9 at the Robert Moses State Park Nature Center from 10 to 11:30 a.m. and 1 to 2:30 p.m.
This gorgeous plant grows in a natural vine with tiny yellow flowers that produce an orange berry, making it a favorite fall decoration for many.
Although wild Bittersweet is a protected plant, the center is fortunate to have a purposely planted garden of the plant which is in much need of pruning.
Shawna’s Walk for Wishes at SLU outdoor track Oct. 9
CANTON – The St. Lawrence University Center for Civic Engagement along with SLU Chi Omega are organizing Shawna’s Walk for Wishes on behalf of local child, Shawna Cummings, to be held on Saturday, Oct. 9 at the university outdoor track.
Registration begins at 9 a.m., and the walk starts at 10 a.m. Rain location is in the SLU fieldhouse.
Shawna, when only 2 weeks old was diagnosed with a rare metabolic disorder called MCADD. She was granted a wish to visit Disney World with her family in 2008 and now wishes to "give back" through this fundraiser.
Logan Hance, 3-year-old son of Amber and Neale Hance of Canton recently paid a visit to LB's Pumpkin Patch in Edwards.
St. Lawrence University volleyball team ends two-game skid with 3-1 win over Cazenovia
CAZENOVIA -- The St. Lawrence University volleyball team ended its two-game skid with a 3-1 (25-11, 25-17, 25-27, 25-10) win over Cazenovia College (5-9) Wednesday.
The Saints improve to 12-4 on the season.
"Tonight was a good match for us in the sense that we were able to have every player contribute out on the floor," Coach Shelly Roiger said. "We set some season-highs and even though Cazenovia improved greatly throughout the match, we were able to set a new win streak."
Clarkson volleyball team back on winning track with three-set sweep of SUNY Potsdam
POTSDAM -- Junior Megan Mahon (Irvine, CA) recorded 12 kills and hit at nearly a .500 clip as the Clarkson University Volleyball team got back on the winning track with a three-set sweep of crosstown rival Potsdam State, 25-9, 25-14, 25-21, Wednesday night at Maxcy Hall.
The Golden Knights ended a brief two-game losing skid with the victory, improving to 16-4 overall on the season, while Potsdam dropped to 6-13 on the campaign.