The Chateaugay Central School Alumni Fund awarded $500 scholarships to Alexis Beach, daughter of Jane and Scott Beach of Burke, and Corey Hill, son of Laura Hill of Chateaugay. Beach is a member of the National Honor Society and an Academic All-Northern in basketball and soccer, being a team member with the players who made it to New York finals her sophomore year. She is attending SUNY Potsdam, majoring in business administration. Hill earned second-team All-Northern recognition his junior year for baseball and is attending Gainesville State in Georgia, majoring in exercise science. Both received the Deserving Senior Award at graduation.
College to host Regional Business Plan contest
Volunteer judges with financial expertise are sought for the March 29 event.
Reason2Smile nears 10-year mark at Jambo Jipya
World Music Festival in Lake Placid on Saturday will raise money to support the school in Kenya.
Journalist: Quebec will pass end-of-life legislation
André Picard of the Globe and Mail delved into the issue in his Distinguished Quebec Address at SUNY Plattsburgh.
Students gear up for Regional Spelling Bee
The 2014 Champlain Valley Educational Services Regional Spelling Bee will take place at 6 p.m. Friday at Moriah Central School.
Literacy Challenge a game, a fundraiser
A total 21 teams competed in the "Jeopardy" style event in Plattsburgh, raising money for Literacy Volunteers of Clinton County.
Ti BackPack Program grows thanks to funding
The Ticonderoga Kiwanis Club project provides 120 children with nutritious food for every weekend during the school year.
Sophisticated printer creates 3-D roses for fundraiser
The PSU Physics Club sold the flowers to raise money for a camp for kids with life-threatening illnesses.
No BCSD veteran's exemptions in 2014-15
The Beekmantown School Board will seek more information before deciding whether to offer the tax breaks in future years.
Hundreds attend GEO Expo
At the SUNY Plattsburgh event, students from around the world presented cultural dances, regional foods and even martial arts.
BCSD looks to add programs in 2014-15
Changes have resulted in savings, Beekmantown Superintendent Dan Mannix says.
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