Press-Republican

Briefs

April 30, 2014

Of Interest: April 30, 2014

CCC Board of Trustees to meet Thursday

PLATTSBURGH — A special meeting of the Clinton Community College Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting at 1 p.m. Thursday in the board room at the college.

On the agenda will be the ratification agreement with coalition for a successor collective bargaining agreement. An executive session is also anticipated.

•••

Clover Campaignon now to support4-H programs

PLATTSBURGH — The spring 2014 Paper Clover Campaign is going on now through May 4 at Tractor Supply, raising money for state and local 4-H programming.

Tractor Supply Company has hosted the fundraiser nationally for four years, inviting patrons to buy paper clovers for $1 or more as they check out at the store.

Donations help support scholarships for Clinton County 4-Hers to travel to leadership conferences and other club events and this fundraiser will also go toward a new volunteer training and recruitment effort that would allow more youth to become involved in 4-H, a press release said.

In four years across 48 states, the Paper Clover Campaign has provided more than $3.3 million to 4-H across the country.

1
Text Only | Photo Reprints
Briefs
Videos: Editor Picks
Raw: IDF Footage Said to Show Airstrikes Police: Ferguson More Peaceful Raw: Aftermath of Airstrike in Gaza Raw: Thousands March on Pakistani Parliament Raw: World's Oldest Man Lives in Japan Fire Crews Tame Yosemite Fire Raw: Police Weapon Drawn Near Protesters, Media Raw: Deadly Landslides in Japan Raw: Explosions in Gaza As Airstrikes Resume Arrests Witnessed in Ferguson Charter Schools Alter Post-Katrina Landscape Texas Gov. Perry: Indictment 'a Political Act' US Officials: Video Shows American's Beheading Video Shows Ferguson Cop Months Before Shooting Heavy Rains Flood Arizona Roads US Trying to Verify Video of American's Killing FBI Director Addresses Ferguson Shooting in Utah Raw: Police at Scene of St. Louis Shooting Police: 2 Calif. Boys Planned School Shooting NOLA Police Chief Retires Amid Violent Crimes
CVPH Job Opportunities