Gillibrand endorses Russell, and Russell returns the favor
U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and New York Assemblywoman Addie Russell have traded endorsements today.
Gillibrand today endorsed Democrat Russell in her contest with Republican David Forsythe to keep her 118th district seat, and Russell has endorsed Democrat Gillibrand as she runs against Republican Joseph DioGuardi in the U.S. Senate race.
Free movie night featuring 'Left Behind Series' held Friday in Norfolk
NORFOLK – A free movie night featuring the third movie in the “Left Behind Series” will be held at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 29 at the New Life Christian Fellowship, 30 N. Main St.
“World at War” deals with the rise to power of a mysterious figure following the disappearance of millions of people from the earth.
Viewers will wonder whether he’s a savior or possibly the antichrist.
Info: 389-3018, 384-9977.
Massena Moose Lodge holds Halloween party Oct. 29
MASSENA – A Halloween party will be held at the Massena Moose Lodge 1110 on Friday, Oct. 29 from 8 p.m. to midnight.
A DJ and karaoke will be provided.
Prizes will be given for costumes. Transportation home will be available.
For more information, contact 769-5720.
These SUNY Canton students spent most of the afternoon raking and weeding the historic Silas Wright Cemetery as part of Canton's "Make a Difference Days" which was sponsored by the Newman Center, Canton Central School, SUNY Canton, St. Lawrence University and the Canton Chamber of Commerce last Friday and Saturday. From left to right: Canton College students Anthony Isaacs, Andy Meahey (Upsilon Zeta Iota), Mary Jo Whalen, President Canton Garden Club, Ron Bello, Lee Szalkowski, and Dana Ruzicka.
Aubertine campaigning at SUNY Potsdam today
POTSDAM –State Senator Darrel Aubertine is touring SUNY Potsdam’s combined heat and power plant, a project he helped get the money for while he was an assemblyman.
The senator is expected to discuss green energy, construction work and the impact of higher education on creating jobs in the North Country with the campus community.
Sheep and Goat Week program Nov. 2 has ideas for higher productivity
CANTON -- Sheep and goat producers attending the Nov. 2 Northern New York Sheep and Goat Week program can discuss information gathered from more than 20 New York meat goat and sheep farmers on how they are saving time and money without sacrificing flock productivity.
In her presentation on “Kidding and Lambing – Where Does the Time go?” featured speaker Cornell Small Ruminant Extension Specialist tatiana Stanton will share research data provided by goat and sheep farmers on their labor and feed demands during lambing and kidding.
Haunted hayride in N. Lawrence Friday and Saturday
NORTH LAWRENCE – The Tri-Town Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a haunted hayride, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 29 and 30 at the corner of Co. Rt. 55 and Leary Flint Road.
Children’s hours are 6 to 7 p.m. and adults’ are from 7 to 10 p.m. The cost is $5 adults and $3 for students.
Refreshments will be available.
1922 film 'Nosferatu' at Massena's Emmanuel Congregational Friday
MASSENA – The Emmanuel Congregational Church, 39 W. Orvis St., will be showing a classic silent horror film with live creepy organ music provided by James Phillips at its Halloween event Friday, Oct. 29 at 7 p.m.
Phillips will play some of the scariest music ever written for the overture, and then he will accompany the 1922 “Nosferatu,” the original vampire movie.
Popcorn will be available, prizes will be given for the best costumes, and a silent auction will be held.
Morgan would work for community on Canton Town Council
To the Editor:
I am writing to support Michael Morgan for Canton Town Council. I have known Mike for over 20 years and during that time he has served the community as a Fireman, Fire Chief, Planning Board Chairman, and a businessman.
Mike listens well and as a result, is a good problem solver.
As an active member in the Canton Community there has never been an ulterior motive for his participation.
Mike's approach has always been, what could he do to make his community better.
Vote Scott Sutherland for county legislator
To the Editor:
We encourage you to vote for Scott Sutherland as your county legislator. Scott will provide the leadership to our district that has been missing since we lost Lloyd Moore.
Scott is a lifelong resident of St. Lawrence County. He served more than 33 years as a police officer within the Sheriff’s department, as well as more than 10 years on a local school board. His experience and common sense are what we need to represent our towns within the county government. He is eager to use his knowledge to benefit the county.