Golf tourney lauded
TO THE EDITOR: The Elmore SPCA, with great appreciation, thanks the many businesses and individuals who made our 6th-annual golf tournament at the Barracks on July 14 a huge success.
The incredible generosity of our Corporate sponsors and hole sponsors helped make the tournament very successful. For the first time since we have hosted golf tourneys, the Elmore SPCA grossed over $13,000.
Gratefully, a huge thanks goes out to our corporate supporters: Auto Barn Collision, Brook and Irwin Insurance, Casella Waste Management, Champlain Spine and Pain Management, Glens Falls Bank, IEC Holding, J. Hogan Refrigeration and Mechanical, Livingoods Restaurant, and NYSCOPBA.
A huge debt of gratitude is also extended to our many hole sponsors: Bill’s Body Shop, Booth Insurance Agency, Clute Wealth Management, Haila Conant CPA, Dannemora Federal Credit Union, Dr. Michael Davey, Dream Vacations (Julie and Gary Liberty), Ed Garrow and Sons, Inc., Garvey Hyundai, Hamilton Funeral Home, Langley Walker Insurance Agency, Lee Appliance Co. Inc., Leroux Fuels, Liberty Abstract, Luck Brothers, Inc., Northeast Irrigation and Landscape LLC, Payson & Stoughton Jewelers, Dr. William Pelton and Dana Gunn, Peru Federal Credit Union, Plattco Corporation, Plattsburgh Animal Hospital, Plattsburgh Memorials, Raymond James, Riley Ford, SeaComm CU, Swarovski Lighting International, Touraid Travel Inc., UFirst FCU, and Uni-First Uniform Company.
Special thanks go to all the businesses and individuals who donated fabulous prizes for our raffle.
Finally, thank you to Delores Vivian of the Barracks Golf Course for her par excellence hospitality, Mike Dodds for all his golf expertise, Laurie Parsons, president of the Elmore SPCA Board of Directors for organizing the event, and to all the golfers who supported this Elmore SPCA event and enjoyed a day perfect for golfing.
Mark your calendars for July 19, 2020 for our 7th-annual golf tournament.
Secretary, Elmore SPCA Board of Directors
Starting support group
TO THE EDITOR: I became handicapped in later life. I had never imagined that there are no support groups for the handicapped. Yet, that seems to be the truth.
I propose to initiate a support group for handicapped persons in this area. According to interest, this could be telephone reassurance or physical meetings. at a barrier-free location. The group would determine the format of communication
If you are interested in this support group, contact Joe Swinyer at P.O. Box 611, Plattsburgh, New York 12901.