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Adirondack daily enterprise. (Saranac Lake, N.Y.) 1927-current, October 14, 1992, Image 5

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Wednesday, October 14,1992 • Adirondack Daily Enterprise • 5 COLLEGE CHOICES — Christina Cadavieco, a freshman at North Country Com- munity College hailing from Spain, participates in the institution's College Transfer Day held Oct. 7. Thirteen different colleges were represented at the event. (Enterprise Photo Provided) 'Charlotte's Web' opens at LPCA LAKE PLACID — The Com- munity Theatre Players will pres- ent \Charlotte's Webb\ at the Lake Placid Center for the Arts on Oct 22, 23, at 7 p.m. and Oct. 24 at 2 p.m. Course Offerings SARANAC . LAKE — North Country Community College's Continuing Education Department will offer a course for anyone wishing to sit for the FAA's In- strument Rating written examina- tion. Topics covered include: instru- ment systems, navigation, ap- proach plates, ILS and VOR ap- proaches, arrivals and departures, weather concerns, flight planning, and emergencies. The course will be offered on Cole, Ketchledge honored RAQUETTE LAKE — Former Adirondack Park Agency Chair- man Herman \Woody\ Cole and Dr. Edwin H. Ketchledge of the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry were honored recendy for their efforts on behalf of the Adirondack Park by the Association for the Protec- tion of the Adirondacks in special ceremonies Sept 26 at the Park CentennMCon/ejtencehere., v , , AIsQ,3fef«Pfcri Cham'-oe.r*tkes: Improvement Association will be honored by the state Department of Environmental Conservation for 25 years of working to preserve pure water in the area and to pro- tect its natural beauty. The three awards were presented aboard the cruise ship WW. Durant as conference participants toured Raquette Lake. Thursdays, starting Oct 15 to Jan. 28 from 7 to 10 p.m. The required textbook and materials may be obtained from instructor Barry King, For more information contact the Office of Continuing Education at 891-2915. SARANAC LAKE — Future drivers will learn safe and efficient driving methods at a five-hour prelicensing course offerd at North Country Community College. The course will be offered Thursday, Oct 15 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. and Saturday, Oct 19, from 9 to 11 a.m. Anyone wishing to take the driver's license road test and who does not possess a blue card must register for this course. A current NYS Driver's Permit must be brought to class. For more information contact the Continuing Education Office at 891-2915. of bugs on Oct. 27. Bud Ziolowski will lead a search for bugs, then offer a detailed look at these creatures under the microscope. Will a garden grow during the winter? Youngsters will build, a mini garden terrarium during the Oct. 24 session, allowing them to watch what happens to some pants during the winter. Kids should br- ing a 3 liter, clear soda bottle to the session. Advance registration is required for both sessions. Call 327-3000 to register. Sessions begin at 1 p.m. PAUL SMITHS — Kids of all ages .c,an .discover ...the fascinating vysprld-.of .bijgs.' idnd builds 3Wttec garden at the Adirondack Park Visitor Interpretive Center here during the \Saturdays are for Kids\ sessions on Oct. 17 and 24. How does a cricket chirp? Why isn't a daddy-long-legs a spider? What do the legs of a grasshopper look like? Youngsters will discover the answers to many questions about the amazing world SARANAC LAKE : The Tri- Lakes Chapter of the American Red Cross is offering a Standard First Aid and Basic Life Support CPR Instructor Course, taught by Instructor Trainer Susan McCune. People who successfully complete the instructors' course will be able to certify students. A special reduced course fee is being offered at this time, with the only cost being charged to cover textbooks. Times and dates to be determinend by student/teacher rference.pGall the office to ex- When it comes to comparing 4 wheel drive trucks, there are those who own a tough FORD Truck and those that don't. It's just that simple. FALL TRUCK SPECIALS Right now owning that new FORD Truck is easier than ever. We've got a super selection of fresh '93 models -- over 20 here and enroute AND low, low, low 5.9% APR financing _, L» available on most. Give A Little WE GIVE Dea/er A LITTLE MORE IC2E£>I MERCURY LINCOLN Motor Company, LTD W. MainSt..Malone, NY 483-5BOO Moil. A; hi. X-S Tucv. Wed. Units. X -h SATURDAY 8-5 Tickets are $4 for adults and seniors and $2 for children. For reservations call the center at 523-2512. \Charlotte' Web\ is a warm delightful musical about true TL students qualify TUPPER LAKE — Seven grade 7 students at Tupper Lake High School have qualified for the Johns Hopkins University Talent Search. Pupils are identified as a result of their performance on na- tionally standardized tests written while in grade 6. To qualify, pupils had to score at or above the 97th percentile on one or more of the sub-tests of the Iowa Test of Basic Skills, written at the L.P. Quinn Elementary School or at Holy Ghost Academy in May. The sub-tests were Math Concepts, Math Problem Solving, Total Math, Reading, Social Studies, Science, and Complete Composite. Students qualifying were Kelsey Boushie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Boushie; Jonathan Collier, TL Masons plan dinner TUPPER LAKE — ML Arab Lodge #847, Free and Accepted Masons, will host its first \Ladies at the Table\ dinner at the Knights ofColumbus hall on High Street. After-dinner entertainment will be provided by the 52nd Street Band. Ladies at the Table dinners are sponsored by Masonic lodges for the purpose of honoring women who make significant contribu- tions to our society. This year's honorees are Patricia Gailus of Saranac Lake and Muriel Ginsberg of Tupper Lake. All friends of Ma- sonry are welcome to attend. Tickets are $15 per person. Seating is limited. To make a res- ervation call 359-9648. Dinner planned SARANAC LAKE — L.I.F.T. invites all widowed persons to a fall program and covered dish supper at SL John's in Lake Clear, on Sunday, Oct. 18, at 2 p.m. Please bring a place setting. For information call Dorothy Stephen — 891-2225; Ceil Hoffer 891- 2251 or Millie Keough — 891- son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Col- lier; Sandra McFadyen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alan McFadyen; Victor Philipi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Philippi; Luke Radimer, son of Mr. and Mrs, James Radimer, Erin Reynolds, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Reynolds and Mr. Richard Reynolds; and Michelle Yaworski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Yaworski. These students will be encourag- ed to write the College Board's Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), usually written by grade 11 and grade 12 students applying for college admission. Pupils who score highly on this exam qualify for scholarships to various enrichment programs for gifted students. friendships of Wilbur, the pig, and Charlotte, the spider, who works desperately to save his life. ''Charlotte's Web\ features An- drea Kilbourne as Wilbur, and Charlotte is played by Jessica Snyder. The two girls are sup- ported by Danny Baker, Kendra Bailey, Sarah Chilson of Lake Placid, Katherine Wiley, Brianna Knapton, Becky Sheild, Matt DeHond, Corinne White, Katie Sullivan, Kyle Ford of Saranac Lake, Molly Stone of Wilmington and Andrew Bostrom of Tupper Lake, along with 25 other cast members. \Charlotte's Web\ is directed by Jessica Deeb, who has previ- ously directed the children's shows \Velveteen Rabbit\ and \Alice In Wonderland\ along with two adult productions. Deeb has also spent a great deal of time on stage with CTP, most recently as Golde in \Fiddler on the Roof.\ The production is sponsored by the Lake Placid Education Foun- dation and the Joy to the Children Benefit. Participants must be 17 years of age or older and must possess a current certification in American Red Cross Basic Life Support CPR, and Standard First Aid. For more information on course fees, how to obtain prerequisite training, or for a registration packet, contact the Tri-Lakes Chapter at 891-3280. 4133.. Automatic Car Wash We use products by turtle wax® %9k The only^Wy ^^yiiiiatlc caivwaah is having ft pre-scason token sale. KEEP TOUR CAR CLEAN AND SALT FREE PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT & SAVE MONET 10 Tokens $30 14 Tokens $40 ~ SAVE AN ADDITIONAL $5 WITH THIS AD - Tokens available at: Post Office Pharmacy or you can call 891-2964 to order tokens Offer good thru December 15, 1992 Quantities are limited Paid Political Advertisement Paid Political Advertisement A Record of Legislative Accomplishments for the People of Essex and Franklin Counties As YOUR State Senator and the Deputy Majority Leader of the Senate, Ron Stafford gets the job done. Here are some examples of what he's accomplished for us: SENATOR RON STAFFORD • Support for High Peaks Hospice • Acquisition of Life-Flight helicopter and subsequent support of the program • Camp Gabriels -117 jobs • Operating aid for Saranac Lake Adult Center • Kept the Adirondacks from being controlled by individuals living outside the Adirondack Park. On Nov. 3 Return Ron Stafford to the New York State Senate No one works harder for our area... He Gets the Job Done! Paid for by the Committee to Re-elect Senator Ron Stafford (lona Reki, Treasurer)

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