Barbara Durkin, LPN at Warner Cancer Treatment Center was named employee of the month for October. Since her employment began in April of 2001, Durkin has shared her talents with various committees and teams, in addition to her role at the Cancer Center. Durkin's co-workers describe her as compassionate, reliable, and a valued team leader. In addition to an arrangement of flowers, Durkin was also presented with a pin, gift certificates and a designated parking space.
Patricia A. Cardinell Prashaw, 46, passed away Thursday, December 2, 2010 at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Syracuse.
Calling hours will be today, Sunday, December 5th from 2 - 4 p.m. with a funeral service at 4:00 p.m. at the Green Funeral Home, Gouverneur with Rev. Dr. Wilfred Baez, pastor of the Gouverneur United Methodist Church officiating.
Patricia was born January 24, 1964 in Canton, the daughter of Francis and Myrtle Hemingway Cardinell. She attended Hermon-DeKalb and Gouverneur schools and had been employed as a home healthcare aide and had provided daycare for children.
Third-period goal lifts Oswego to 2-1 victory over SUNY Potsdam women
OSWEGO -- A short-handed goal in the third period lifted the Oswego Lakers (3-4-3, 1-3-3 ECAC West) to a 2-1 victory over the SUNY Potsdam women’s hockey team in an ECAC West match up on Friday.
Junior forward Annmarie Lewis (Newmarket, Ontario/Aurora Panthers) scored the Bears’ goal on the power play in the second period.
Freshman goaltender Dawna Salvarinas (Mississauga, Ontario/Brampton Thunder) made 41 saves for Potsdam.
After a scoreless first period, Laker forward Olivia Boersen drew first blood just 3:38 into the second stanza.
Mary M. Kinnear, 78 of Winthrop, passed away Friday morning at her home, surrounded by her beloved family. Mary was born March 20, 1932, in Hopkinton, the daughter of the late Philip H. & Alice (Wilson) Witherell. She was educated locally through the Parishville Hopkinton Schools. On March 29, 1948 she married Elwyn J. Kinnear at the Hopkinton Congregational Church, he predeceased February 12, 1987.
Arrangements are entrusted with the Hammill Funeral Home, Winthrop
Canton horse farm receives $20,000 micro-enterprise loan to build larger indoor riding facility
CANTON – An 11-year-old horse farm has received a $20,000 loan from the St. Lawrence County Local Development Corporation Microenterprise Revolving Loan Fund for construction of an indoor horse riding arena and boarding stables.
Honey Dew Acres, LLC was established in 1999 by Peggy McAdam and her husband, Mark Cambridge. Combining their love for horses, children and horse sports, they began giving riding lessons on their three-acre farm.
Potsdam museum hosts ‘ice’ exhibit opening, tree lighting, reception Dec. 5
POTSDAM – The Potsdam Public Museum will feature its winter exhibit “Ice Cold Potsdam: A history of Ice Harvesting, Ice Hockey, Ice Carnivals and Ice Storms,” at the Holiday Open House and Tree Lighting Ceremony Sunday, Dec. 5, at 5:30 p.m. with music performed by the Potsdam High School Jazz Band.
The exhibit includes a collection of ice cutting tools and equipment on exhibit from the Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake, hockey memorabilia and archival photographs from Clarkson University.
Crary Mills pork loin dinner on Dec. 5
CRARY MILLS – The Crary Mills Tri-Town Community Center is having a pork loin dinner Sunday, Dec. 5 from noon to 3 p.m.
Dinner includes mashed potatoes, gravy, vegetable, coleslaw, rolls, dessert and beverages.
The cost is $8 for adults, kids under 5 eat free. Eat-in or takeouts available.
For information call Pat at 854-4171.
Meals on Wheels to sponsor Christmas meat pie sale in Massena Dec. 6, 17
MASSENA – Meals on Wheels is sponsoring a Christmas meat pie sale using R. Shawn Gray’s family recipe.
The pies are $14 each and may be ordered by calling 769-5083 between 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Orders may be picked up between Dec. 6 and 17 at the Meals on Wheels location, 70 E. Hatifield St.
A recent sunrise over the Racquette River in South Colton. Photo by Richard Pinover.
Clarkson men skate away with 5-3 win at Princeton
Five different Golden Knights scored goals and junior Paul Karpowich (Thunder Bay, ONT) posted 39 saves as the Clarkson University Hockey team gained a hard-earned 5-3 victory on the road over Princeton University in ECAC Hockey action Friday night in New Jersey.
The Golden Knights, who have won four of their last five games, improved their record to 8-5-2 overall and to 3-2-1 in ECAC Hockey.