Our thanks also go out to Robin Caudell and Dr. Jean Ann Hunt for the writing workshops they each facilitated for our students in April and May of this year.
And many thanks to our media sponsor, North Country Public Radio, and to our partners in the project: Maria Burke, director of Literacy Volunteers of Essex/Franklin, and Nathalie Thill, director of Adirondack Center for Writing.
But our most special thanks go to our volunteer tutors and the wonderful adult students they work closely with throughout the year — whether born here in Clinton County and working to improve their reading and writing skills or born elsewhere (Algeria, Bhutan, Bosnia, China, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Mexico, Peru, etc.) and working hard to learn our language and become part of our communities and citizens of our country.
NORMA V. MENARD
Literacy Volunteers of Clinton County
TO THE EDITOR: The second-annual benefit for CV-TEC Allied Health and Adirondack Humane Society in memory of Samantha Donah raised $1,878.
We are so thankful to Geoffrey’s Pub, Tunes of Time DJ Service and more than 60 area businesses that donated and for their continued love and support.
Thank you from the Donah family.
TO THE EDITOR: It is not very often that I respond to a recent development involving Tim Carpenter, who has to be one of the finest councilors the City of Plattsburgh has seen to date.
With his wisdom, he has successfully aided the City of Plattsburgh, most likely saving many tax dollars for the taxpayers.
His ability to work with all the council in a bipartisan fashion is admirable; this concept has also aided us with the Clinton County Legislature.
We can only hope his party reconsiders and he is given the nod to run for the party, or certainly if he chose to run as