Thanks to all
TO THE EDITOR: The Plattsburgh High School Junior Prom was May 18, followed by the annual After-Prom Party.
This year was another successful event which included a combined population of 150 PHS junior students and their dates. The After-Prom Party Committee, made up of PHS faculty and Junior Class parents, would like to extend their deep appreciation to the businesses, organizations and families that contributed monetary donations, materials, food and water, and especially their time, to ensure our students had a safe and fun evening.
We would especially like to thank: the Plattsburgh Teachers Association, PHS Booster Club, PHS Student Association, STOP DWI, Arnie’s, A-Nails, Aleka’s, Applebee’s, Bazzano’s, The Bagel Pit, Big Sal’s, Bobby’s Lounge, Butcher Block, Campus Corner Restaurant, Champy’s Fun Zone, Chipotle, Cumberland 12 Cinemas, Domino’s Pizza, Duke’s Diner, Five Guys, Fun City, Giuseppe’s Pizza, Golden Palace, Grandma’s Spanish Kitchen, Ground Round, Gus’ Red Hots, Hobie’s, Hungry Bear, KFC, Koffee Kat, Koto, Lake Champlain Travel, Latitude 44, Magic Nails, Market 32, McDonald’s, Martin, Harding and Mazzotti, Mickey’s Restaurant, Monopole, Ninety Nine, North Bowl Lanes, Off The Field Sports, Our House Bistro, Pasquale’s, Perkin’s, Pizza Bono, Pizza Hut, Pizza Palace, Shop-n-Save, SIP, Steven Bailey Salon, Stewart’s, Subway, Sweet Frog, Taco Bell, Target, Texas Roadhouse, The Escape Room, UNO Chicago Grill, Valcour Brewing Company, Walmart, Wendy’s, Zachary’s Pizza, and Zuke’s Corner Store
We would also like to thank all the parents, faculty, staff and administrators who generously donated their time and enthusiasm.
PHS After-Prom Party advisers
Cobb is coming
TO THE EDITOR: A new day has arrived and with it comes Tedra Cobb to once more fight for the people of the North Country.
We all know her opponent, who returned to Congress to do the bidding of her party and forget what she promised the voters.
Some may think this campaign is starting too soon; the fact is the coming election for the 21st District in Congress is too important to wait on. Issues like healthcare promised by our president and his party could affect every resident by having the provision for “pre-existing conditions” removed as they trying to do now.
Make no mistake, this is a high priority, as the pockets of our insurance companies grow bigger we will lose the care we sorely need. The great tax (cut) hoax that worked for the rich did little or nothing to help those in most need.
When did one resident of Plattsburgh, Ticonderoga or any other North Country town or city hear directly from our sitting congresswoman? Oh, once in a while a party loyalist will write something flattering her, but for the most part she has done nothing for the people of the North Country.
Help is needed, and we, the real people of the North Country, need to get out and spread the news that Tedra Cobb is coming back, and we too can come back and get the representation we deserve.
GARY PHILIP GUIDO