October 3, 2013

Letters to the Editor: Oct. 3, 2013


To the Franklin County legislators, if you want to be above the laws that are created, you’ll have to be elected to Congress.

Keep up the good work, Sheriff Mulverhill.




No more wars

TO THE EDITOR: To President Obama in care of Michelle Obama, The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, DC: Please, no more wars, no more killing, no bombing.

A better idea? Put a million-dollar bounty on any and all who make or use poison gas.


The Peace People

Saranac Lake


Upward Bound

TO THE EDITOR: On behalf of the staff and students at SUNY Plattsburgh Upward Bound, we would like to thank businesses, organizations and community members for helping make our 2013 Summer Program a success.

Thanks to Denton Publications, SUNY Plattsburgh Computing Support, Lakeview Dentistry, Evergreen Nursing Home, SUNY Plattsburgh Health Center, Total Computer Supplies, CVPH Rehabilitation Services, Adirondack Humane Society, WPTZ, Attorney General’s Office, ROTA Gallery, CSEA – Emy Pombrio, Lake Champlain Research Institute, Plattsburgh City Court, Clinton County Court, Clinton County Sheriff’s Department, Peru Veterinary Hospital, Kaleidoscope Children’s Center, Alice Hyde Medical Center, Keeseville Library, Meadowbrook Nursing Home, Vilas Home, Salvation Army, SUNY Plattsburgh Community Garden, Mitch Carriere of Clinton County Sheriff’s Department, Heidi Pellerin of Northeastern Clinton High School, Michelle Liberty of BHSN, Rhema Lewis of SUNY Plattsburgh and Chris Mann of Planned Parenthood.

The internship, social-issues workshop and community-outreach components of our program help to create awareness, build self confidence and strengthen college resumes.

Without your continued support these experiences would not be possible.



SUNY Plattsburgh Upward Bound

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