TO THE EDITOR: I would like to tell your readers a nice story about a SUNY Plattsburgh college student and the staff of CVPH Medical Center.
On Monday, March 3, I was walking near the college campus and passed out, striking my head and injuring myself.
A kind student stopped his car asked if I was OK and offered to take me to the emergency room. I told him I wanted to go home. He helped me out of the car and into my house.
My husband took me to the hospital. Once there, the emergency room staff were excellent. They were caring, fast, professional and top notch. Everyone, from the person who initially saw me to the nurses and doctors, were great.
I was in the hospital for two nights. I cannot say enough about the caring nurses on the seventh floor, as well as the great doctors at CVPH.
This experience has reinforced my belief that our younger generation does care about us and will do well when they are running the government and businesses in 20 years.
TO THE EDITOR: The second-annual Rouses Point Civic Center LE Border Bash Hockey Tournament was held on March 1 and 2.
The tournament’s beneficiary was MVP Kids, based in Plattsburgh. MVP Kids provides sports league opportunities for children ages 5 to 12 that are on the autism disorder spectrum.
To learn more about MVP Kids visit: www.mvpkids.org.
In the championship game, CCPD (a local team) outdid the Border Patrol 4 to 1.
The tournament raised $5,074 over the weekend.
I would like to thank the sponsors, volunteers and facilitators that were part of the fundraising efforts and made the event a success: Riley Ford, CDC Real Estate, Northeast Photo and Laser Engraving, Melissa McManus Inc., Play it Again Sports, Border Press, Cornerstone Drug and Gift, Border Boutique, Parker Chevrolet, Lake Side Café, American Legion, Sons of the Legion, Angelo’s, Nico’s, Gino’s, Sandy’s Deli, The Squirrels Nest, West Wine and Liquor, RP Beer Emporium, Price Chopper, Stewart’s Shops, Sample Lumber, Chazy Lumber and ACE Hardware.