Four Canton Central School girls recently attended the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Seminar at SUNY Oswego. Lucy Jenkins, Sami Curtis, Aida Shipley and Kiersten Larrabee particiapted. HOBY recognizes outstanding sophomore leaders and encourage and prepares them to be the next generation of leaders in the country. See story.View enlarged photo.
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Dr. Suseela Yitta hands the office keys to CHMC Foundation Board Chair Jim Chadwick as Joanne Lockwood stands by. Dr. Suseela Yitta and Dr. Prasad Yitta, both former doctors at Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center, have donated the building that they used as their office in Ogdensburg for the last several decades to the Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center Foundation.View enlarged photo.
A clearing in the clouds spotted by Darcy Shape, of Helena, resembled New York State. "I happened to look up as the rain was getting ready to hit," she said. "The clouds had formed New York State.View enlarged photo.
Cerebral Palsy Association of the North Country’s (CPNC) Home Service Director and Coordinator of the Outdoor Recreation Program; Jim Williams, along with Britney Wilson, Assistant Outdoor Recreation Coordinator spent a few days camping at Coles Creek State Park in Waddington with a few participants in CPNC’s Outdoor recreation Program. CPNC’s Outdoor Recreation Services enable individuals of all abilities the opportunity to participate in accessible and affordable outdoor activities. These services are made possible in part by New York State Elks Major Projects who donated the van for transportation, pictured above. From left: Art Lilly, Patrick Parmeter, Jim Williams, Stacie Jock, Stephen Hentz, Britney Wilson and Shawn Gillette.
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Noah Wrietsel, Gabe Craig, Hunter Woodrow, Dylan Scanlon, Andrew Knight, Austin Weakfall, Bill Porter, members of the Canton varsity football squad, recently helped Mother Evette and others at the Grace Episcopal Church soup kitchen.View enlarged photo.
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