Press-Republican

Briefs

March 21, 2013

Of Interest: March 21, 2013

Port Henry vote results listed

PORT HENRY — Three incumbents were returned to office Tuesday in the Village of Port Henry.

Unchallenged in the election, Mayor Ernest Guerin received 38 votes; Trustee Staley Rich, 33; and Trustee Matthew Brassard, 43, village officials reported Wednesday.

Leadership Program offeredto area students

PLATTSBURGH — The Plattsburgh and Northern Tier Rotary Clubs are holding an informational meeting at 7 p.m. Friday at American Legion Post 20 on Quarry Road, Plattsburgh, for all high school sophomores or juniors and their families to hear about the annual Rotary Youth Leadership Award Program.

This year, the clubs will be selecting four students and one alternate to attend an intensive 2 1/2-day course on leadership, ethics and life skills June 28 to 30 at Paul Smith’s College.

Candidates will be selected on the basis of character, academic excellence, leadership and a record of school or community service.

Leaders will include experts from Middlebury and Paul Smith’s colleges, Clarkson and St. Lawrence universities, New York law enforcement and local Rotarian business leaders.

The featured speaker on Friday is last year’s winner, Abigail Lajti of Peru.

Applications are due Friday, March 29, from local high school guidance counselors. Call Shelley Fracalossi at 561-1517 for further information.

Grant to fund backpack food program

TICONDEROGA — The Ticonderoga Kiwanis Club has been awarded a $2,000 Community Health Awards Grant from Excellus BlueCross BlueShield.

The money will be used to purchase food from the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York to be distributed to needy children on weekends through the BackPack Program.

This is a new initiative just started this year, Kiwanis President John Bartlett said.

“Kiwanis is working closely with Ticonderoga Central Schools to send young children from Ticonderoga Elementary School home for the weekend with backpacks filled with nutritious, shelf-stable and easily prepared foods,” he said by email.

The program initially covers 30 kids.

Text Only | Photo Reprints
Briefs
Videos: Editor Picks
Gaza Residents Mourn Dead Amid Airstrikes Raw: Deadly Tornado Hits Virginia Campground Ohio State Marching Band Chief Fired After Probe Raw: Big Rig Stuck in Illinois Swamp Cumberbatch Brings 'Penguins' to Comic-Con Raw: Air Algerie Crash Site in Mali Power to Be Restored After Wash. Wildfire Crashed Air Algerie Plane Found in Mali Israel Mulls Ceasefire Amid Gaza Offensive In Case of Fire, Oxygen Masks for Pets Mobile App Gives Tour of Battle of Atlanta Sites Anti-violence Advocate Killed, but Not Silenced. Dempsey: Putin May Light Fire and Lose Control Arizona Prison Chief: Execution Wasn't Botched Calif. Police Investigate Peacock Shooting Death Raw: Protesters, Soldiers Clash in West Bank Police: Doctor Who Shot Gunman 'Saved Lives' 'Modern Family' Star on Gay Athletes Coming Out MN Twins Debut Beer Vending Machine DA: Pa. Doctor Fired Back at Hospital Gunman
CVPH Job Opportunities