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Massena, N.Y. Observer, Thursday, April 27, 1989 Page 3 And BY JOSEPH D. GRAY AND_LAURIE RAMIE The Massena Police Department and Village Board are mutually pleased with the appointment of a new officer that brings the force to full staff while saving taxpayer dollars. « Edward E.J. Clary, formerly a part-time patrolman in Norwood, was officially appointed by the vil- lage board on recommendation from Massena Police Chief Dale Wright .at their April 4 meeting. Mayor Charles Boots.said the ap- pointment would be a provisional position for six months, ^at which tirrte Clarey will undergo an evalu- ation to determine if he will con- tinue in the job, a routine proce- dure with village police officers. Clary has been working a regu- lar evening shift since then, with time out allowed for completion of municipal police courses that were in his favor for the hiring. \I recommended that he be hired because he is a qualified police of- ficer who attended Mater Dei Col- tfve \Criminal Justice, had police ' officer.\ Clary, 24, and his wife Cindy, experience in Norwood and Nor- folk, took On extra training with the Potsdam and Ogdensburg Police Departments, and passed his mun- icipal police courses already,\ Chief Wright said of Clary. \We saved the village a lot of mo- ney by hiring him because he hasn't got to go through the full po- lice school,\ Wright nofedTTAH our shifts are fully manned now. With on-the-job training J and evalua- who works at the* U.S. Customs Port of Entry in Rooseveltown, re- side in Massena. Village Appointments In other business, the board made its appointment for the 1989-90 fiscal year. The annual ap- pointments fill positions in the vil- lage government and establish the board's committees as well. As assessor, the board appointed Getting $$ For Nonprofit Organizations A workshop on private sources of funding for nonprofit organizations will be given on May 18 from 8:30-12:30 in Room No. 1, the Ghent Room, at the Flanders Inn in Massena. The workshop will cover ways of increasing income from in- dividuals, foundations and corpora- tions. Research resources will be identified and matching programs with the interests of grantmakers will be explored. The presenter is Ms. Candace D. Kuhta who provides freelance grantsmanship services to nonpro- fits in Northern New York. She worked previously as the coordina- tor of public services and director, Mater Dei Elderhostel Slated OGDENSBURG - Mater Dei ~ Colleger wrlt\\hosf an Elderhostel\ Program this summer during the week of July 30-August 5. Elder-* hostel is-an international program which offers older adults summer educational opportunities on col- lege campuses at modest costs. Par- ticipants who must be 60 years of age or older, or the spouse of some- one who is 60 or older, live in the dorm, eat in the dining hall, take interesting courses, and participate in a wide range of activities. Courses to be offered during the week-long'program include \Con- temporary Ireland,\ \Who is God: Old Testament Perspectives,\ and \The Brilliance of Ba,reque\ to be taught by Dr. Therese Law, Sister \ Ellen Rose Coughlin, SSJ, and Sis- ter—Gregory Munger, SSJ respec- tively. These courses are planned to foster new ideas and to expand per- spectives in an open, relaxed envi- ronment There are no.exams, no grades and no required homework-. Burke, SSJ, Coordinator of the El- derhostel Program at Mater Dei, over 15 \senior citizens\ \have al- ready*enrollea 8 coming from as far away as New -York, Florida, Pen- nsylvania, North Carolina, Connec- ticut, Virginia, and Vermont. The principal concept of Elder- hostel is to provide a' compelling educational challenge for older peo- ple — to encourage them to study new areas of inquiry or to deepen older established interests arid en- thusiasm.. Mater Dei College isfat- tempting to meet this challenge by providing services to older adults through the Elderhostel Program. The total charge for one week of Elderhostel, which includes room, meals, and classes, is $230. The Program is'also open to'local resi- dents who do not wish to 'live ori campus but yvould be interested in attending the courses and other ac- tivities ,on a commuter basis. The charge for such an arrangement for one week is $100 (this does not in- the commuter program may doso. ,bv contacting Sister Mary Patricia, Coordinator, .at (315) 393-5^30\ Those wishing to-register for the re- J sidential Elderhostel Program may do so by writing to: Elderhostel, 80 \ Boylston Street, Suite.400, Boston, Massachusetts 02116. . New York Library of The Founda- tion Center in New York City, a na- tional clearinghouse for inforrna- tion about foundations, corpora- tions and their grantmaldng activities. She is the author .of the chapter on private foundation grants in The Nonprofit Organiza- tion Handbook, McGraw-Hill, 1988. The workshop fee is $35 per per^ son, and must be submitted to: Candace .D ; .-KuIitavFoundation=Re-' search & Proposal Writing Ser- vices 93 East Main St., Canton, 13617, by May 8. Registration will be limited to the first 35 people. For more information about the, work- shop, phone Ms. Kuhta/ at 386-2588.. < Local Immunization Clinics Scheduled The. enjoyment._Ql_.thfi ..week-on—dude-meals-).- Meals-may be- pur^ campus will be further enchanced by free time as well 'as by planned activities such as lectures, parties, • card-playing; dancing, picnics ami field trips. According to Sr. -M. Patricia chased in the college dining hall at reasonable rates. A number of scho- larships — called \Hostelships\ are also\ 'available\ to help indTvTduars with, the expense of the program. 'Anyone wishing to register for BJ^cTFr*^^ The following is the next St. La- wrence County Public Health Nurs- ing Servi£e Blood Pressure Schedule: Parishville ToWn Hall\ May 1, 12:30-1:30 p.m. • Pope Mills Grange Hall, May 2, ll a.m..-noon Star Lake Campus, May 2, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Louisville St.\\\l_a_£_.£_Tur_h.\ JSmo^J^y^a ja&MJ^m^ Ogdensburg Riverview Towers, May 3, 9:30 a.m.-noon, 1:30-4 p.m. Waddington Municipal Building, May 3, 1-2 p.m. Waddington,Hamilton Gardens, May 3, 2-4 p.m. KilKarney Courts Hailesboro, 'May 4, 9:30-11:30 a.m. ••\ . Edwards Senior Housing, May 4, 9:30 a.m.-noon. > Cranberry Lake Community Hall, May 9, 9:30 a.m.-noon. Massena Senior Citizens Lincoln School Bldg.-, \May 12, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Star Lake. Campus, May-16, 11 May a.m.-12:30 p.m. \\*\ ,Rus§ell. Attwater Housing, 17, lTtmi .-12:30 p.m. - - -- EteKalb Nutrition Site,'May 17, noon-1 p.m. . Edwards Sr. Housing, May 18, 9:30 a.nvnoon •' \*\ St% ' - Norfolk Sr. Housing, May 18, 9:30 a.m.-noon, l-2j30 p.m. Morristown Fire \Hall Nutrition Site,:JvIay. 18,. 11' a.m.-12:^0 ~pMT~ Gouverneur NursTngfOffice, May 25, 10 a.m.-noon. <^> Richville Village Hall, May 25, 1-2 p.m. Massena Sr. Citizens Lincoln School Bldg., May 26,10 a.m.-noon. ' Persons 18 years of age and over may attend these free clinics. Ap- pointments may be made but are not required; walk-ins are welcome. For further information, call the Clinic sites or the main office, Pots- dam,-265-3730. . The Clinic at the Norwood Li- brary will be canceled for this month only. 'The following is the next'St. La 7 wrence County Public Health'Nurs- ingo.Service Immunization Schedule: Ogdensburg Nursing Office City Hall, May 5, 9:30-11:30 a.m., 1:30-3:30 p.m'. .\ - Canton United Helpers, May 8, 9:30-11 a.m. Massena Town Hali Auditorium, May 10, 9^30 a.m.-noon^l:30-3:30 p.mT \ \•\ \ \ - Gouverneur Nursing Office, May 10, 1-4 p.m. Imm/PACH -...Norfolk library.'May .10, 2-4>. p.m. Hammond Health Center, May 16, 9 a.m.-noon Potsdam Raquette Acres. May _ 16, 1-4 p.m. Imm/PACH Heuvelton Town Hall, May 16, .1:30-4 p.m. •• Winthrop Municipal Building, May 19, ..1-4 p.m. Imm/PACH \Star Lake Nursing Office, May 23,\1 : 4 p.m. -:' _ Massena Tpwn Hall Auditorium, May 24, 9:30'\a.m.-nQon i Gouverneur Nursing Office, May 26, 1-4, p.m. Please Note.: The New Y-ork'State Department\ of Health mandates that a parent or/legal guardian ac- company the child and sigh for each immunization received.\ Triple vaccine (diphtheria- tetanus-whoqping^cpu'gh.L Sabin UraT\Polio Measles, Mumps and Rubella and Hib vaccine will be given.' Bringjceeords of your children's, previous immunizations with you/ Children must be two. months of age for regqlar imrrfunizatiofis and 18 months to five years ofagp for Hib vaccine..; - _ _-..«- & --..\- -\Clinics are under the supervision of the local health officer and con- ducted by the.St. Lawrence County Public Health Nursing Sprvire tCJ '-For further information, call the main office. Potsdam 265-3730. Larry_.LoganJbr-.a- . period, of .one year.;Francis Lavigne was chosen as village attorney for another year and Lawrence X. Dalton was ap- pointed justice with Leon Penell serving as acting justice. Sandra Smith was re-appointed as village clerk for two years, Joseph Trombino will remain: as village treasurer for two years, Georgiana Darrow will be. deputy . village clerk for tw*o years and Laura Gagne will serve as deputy treasurer, two years. Other appointments include^.: tax collector — Joseph Trombino, one year; deputy tax collector — Marjorie Belanger, one year; code enforcement officer — Erie Szarka, one year; dog warden — Michael • Stephenson, one year. Also, special police — Paul O'Brien, Allan Pettapiece, Steve O'Shaugnessy, David Smith, Har- old Terry and Joseph Mayfield, all for one year; police rnatrons, Mearle Binan, Marsha Love and Nancy Gunsauls, all one year; school crossing guards, Shirley Pat- terson, Sally Green, Coleen Foster _and Wyona ; Vancar x a]l--for .one -year.., Ruth Morris was appointed as registrar of vital statistics for two years, David Frary was named to the Massena Housing Authority for •five years, and Andrew Hart and . Alex Krywanezyk will serve on the planning commission for three years. For the next three .years, C.F. -Negus, Jack Sauve, David Talarico, John Baxter and Robert Ferreira will sit ,on the zoning board \of appeal s. Official banks of deposit for the village for the next year will he'Key Bank, Marine Midland, Jefferson National and Massena Savings and Loan. -T-he. Maasena- Observer (also Daily Courier-Observer), \Vater- town Daily Times and The Post- Standard, will serve as official newspapers for the next year. The village board's monthly, meetings for the nexth 12 months will be held every first and third Tuesday at 7 p.m. Village trustees were also as- signed to committees for the next year. Clifford Littlejohn will serve as deputy mayor, John Feeley and Wayne Lashomb will comprise the audit committee, the entire board will sit on the budget committee, and the fire committee will consist of Littlejohn and Lawrence Prashaw. Lashomb and Feeley will make up the police committee, Lashomb and Prashaw will comprise the re- creation and parks committee, the street committee will consist of Mayor Boots, Littlejohn and Fee- ley, and Feeley and Lashomb will act as the department of public works safety committee. The street lighting committee will be made up of Littlejohn and -Prashaw., -waterand sewer corn mil'-\ tee members will be Littlejohn and Feeley, Feeley wilLalso be the youth council representative from the board, and Prashaw will act as the board's representative to the Greater Massena -Chamber of Commerce.' KASSIAN'S Electrolux Sales ^= Dill Upright Reg. $549 NOW $249 LE Canister Reg, $599 NOW $299 CARPET SHAMPOO 1 ROOM' $9.95 DIAL 764-0468- COME TO SENSATIONAL St LdlVKENCECOWTVL A PLACE FOR ALL SEASONS tnjoy our miny evenlj throughout the yeir, such J« ... 5th Annual Massena Memorial Baspkai-AuxiHarj STAN'S ONCE A YEAR _ATTIC SALE. Cast-Away Merchandise at Prices You Can't Understand WED., THURS., FRI. & SAT. April 26, 27, 28 & 29 One Flight Up...Over STAN'S MAIN ST,. DOWNTOWN MASSENA Antique and Craft Show at Massena Central High School ^SaturdaY, April 29, T$89 10 AM-4.-30 P.M. Mix and Match Luncheon 11:30-1:30 t Light Refreshments All Day 27 Antique & 15 Graft -Exhibitors 1 Food Sale Table Admission •!» Students Over 12 '.75 For more information about sensational St. la* re nee County contact us at: St. lawn liei.' County Chamber of Commerce Diawer A T 'Canton N.Y. 1 361 7 0135 <*> v \V m~m The Disney Channel Spring Preview Weekend m m -jOTtrthe^rtickerMoOs^eiubrr It's all new! 5:30PM (ET) THUR.^PRIL27 VIDEOPOLIS: STARTRACKS Alyssa Mllano and Glenn Medelros star! Hosted 6y~Jonathon Price. 6PM (ET) JRL^PRIL28 FREE Spring Preview Weekend A Disney Channel Premier© FHm! Danny, The Champion of the-World Jeremy Irons and his son, Sam 7PM (ET) SAT. APRIL 29 \A Pretty Good Night at Carnegie Hall\ Garrison Keillor returns for another. . exclusive Disney Channel. Special. 9PM -(ED- SUN. APRIL 30 'i . 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