Altmar-Parish-Williamstown sixth grade students are working to erase the epidemic of meanness in schools. As a community-building activity, Roy Trumble and Matt Frost’s APW sixth grade classes participated in a world-wide campaign entitled “Erase Meanness.”
Saylor, also known as Boat Cat, was found under a boat. The vet’s office named her Boat Cat – her foster mom named her Saylor … get it? She was pretty banged up with a hip and and leg injury and a high fever when she was first rescued by a kind-hearted stranger and probably could not have survived on her own for much longer.
Chorus members will dance through the aisles and gesture to the audience as the SUNY Oswego theater season opens, premiering an adaptation of Euripides’ classic tragedy “The Bacchae” Oct. 23 and 24 and Oct. 29 to 31. Performances of the audience-engaging play will take place in Hewitt Union ballroom at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 23, 24, 29 and 30, with a matinee finale at 2 p.m. Oct. 31.
Rotarians Lori Greeney and Ken Patrick are smiling because they have just received the coveted Paul Harris Fellowship award. The award is named after Paul Harris, a Chicago attorney, who was one of the founders of Rotary International.