Construction work progressing at new CPH physical rehabilitation location
POTSDAM --- Interior work is progressing on the new suite of physical rehabilitation examination and treatment areas at Canton-Potsdam Hospital’s new Lawrence Avenue Medical Campus.
The rehab program is expected to move before year’s end from downtown Clarkson Hall to the 49 Lawrence Ave. medical complex
New Year Mass at St. Andrew's in Norwood
NORWOOD – St. Andrew’s Church, 2 Park Ave., will hold a New Year Mass on Saturday, Jan. 1 at 9 a.m.
Zack, left, and Evan Dumers visited Santa at St. Lawrewnce Centre, Massena, to share their Christmas wish lists. They are the children of Dennis and Erin Dumers of Brasher Falls.
Abigail Marshall, left, 11, and Camille Marshall, 14, sisters from Ogdensburg, and founders of “PJs 4 Xmas,” recently ended their campaign with an amazing total. A total of 1,205 pairs of pajamas were collected and $3,362.05 was raised to help needy children in Ogdensburg and St. Lawrence County. The sisters wanted to make sure all children received a brand new pair of PJs by Christmas Eve. One hundred pajamas were purchased to make sure all the sizes were covered for the Ogdensburg Neighborhood Center.
Corinne Crump, 83, Brasher, passed away Tuesday morning, Dec. 21, 2010 at Massena Memorial Hospital. For the past month Corinne has been a resident of the St. Regis Nursing Home. Formerly, she lived at the LBSH Housing in Brasher.
Arrangements are entrusted with the Hammill Funeral Home, Winthrop.
She was born August 12, 1927 in Brushton, the daughter of the late Frank and Myrtle (Barlow) Burnett.
After being educated locally, she married Francis L. Crump on January 22, 1945 at St. Mary's Church. He predeceased her on February 3, 1977.
Edna M. Clookey, 90, of Norfolk, passed away Thursday, December 23, 2010 at Canton-Potsdam Hospital. Arrangements are entrusted to the Hammill Funeral Home in Winthrop.
Mrs. Clookey was born in Norwood on May 29, 1920.
She married Clifford Clookey who predeceased her in 1979.
Edna found enjoyment in crocheting, painting, cooking, and playing cards. Those that knew her found her pleasing in her irreplaceable personality.
She was a member of the Norfolk Senior Citizens and was the last of the original residents of Norfolk Housing at 3 High St.
Clarkson University employees collected 866 non-perishable food items at their annual holiday celebration earlier this month. The food was distributed by the Potsdam Neighborhood Center to those in need. Left to right: Clarkson employees Christina H. Lesyk, Mia R. Wicke, Michelle L. Young, Jilliana R. Yanus, Catherine Avadikian, Tony Collins and Carrie H. Capella.
Corning funds Hospice education program for school employees who support students affected by tragic loss
POTSDAM – The Corning Incorporated Foundation has provided funding for an important component of Hospice and Palliative Care of St. Lawrence Valley’s bereavement program called When Grief Comes to School, an education program for school counselors and administrators who are supporting students affected by a tragic loss.
Norwood American Legion planning New Year’s party
NORWOOD – A New Year’s Eve Party will be held at the Norwood American Legion, 10 Maple St., Friday, Dec. 31 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Music will be provided by Soundwave Entertainment.
There will be food and drink specials, and hats and horns at midnight. A $5 donation at the door is requested.
A designated driver program is available within a 5-mile radius of the post. Call 353-8889 to schedule a ride.
NY Air National Guard ready to track Santa on radar Christmas eve
ROME, NY -- New York Air National Guardsmen from the Eastern Air Defense Sector (EADS) are once again gearing up to tackle one of their most difficult and rewarding assignments: taking a key role Friday night as the North American Aerospace Defense Command tracks Santa Claus and his reindeer around the world.