Former PAFB airmen, workers to discuss ‘old’ and ‘new’ base
PLATTSBURGH — The Clinton County Historical Association and Museum will welcome a group of former airmen and employees from the Plattsburgh Air Force Base to discuss the history of the “new” and “old” sides of the former installation.
The discussion, led by Clinton County historian Dr. Anastasia Pratt and set for 2 p.m. Monday, March 31, is part of a project conducted by the museum’s junior docent group to gain a better understanding of the historic buildings situated around U.S. Oval.
Funded in part by Clinton County and the Lake Champlain Basin Program, the event is open to the public. The museum is located at 98 Ohio Ave.
For more information, call 561-0340 or email email@example.com.
The program is funded in part by Clinton County and the Lake Champlain Basin Program.
Law Enforcement Explorers group meets locally
PLATTSBURGH — The Law Enforcement Explorers is a program for ages 14 to 21 who are either interested in a career in law enforcement or about learning about it.
Members of Post 2100 meet twice a week in Plattsburgh and learn from law-enforcement officials and specialists about police patrol, forensics, homeland security and military topics that include arrest procedure, bomb response and firearms training.
To apply to the program, contact chief adviser Justin Burl at 569-1196 or firstname.lastname@example.org or chief adviser Brad Chambers at 726-0760 or email@example.com.
The deadline to apply for the National Law Enforcement Exploring Conference is April 25.
Conference-goers must be members of the local Law Enforcement Explorers before the April 25 registration deadline for the conference.