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The freeman's journal. (Cooperstown, N.Y.) 1924-1996, November 12, 1995, Image 5

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* \ T ' FRgEMAM’S JOURNAL H November 12. 1995 □ 5 t Social Pictured left to right are Crystal Postighone, less Nillson, Chelsea Theis, and Elizabeth Sessions. 'Nutcracker' to be performed NORWICH - The Chenango Ballet Theater has announced the cast for its eighth presentation of ‘The Nutcracker.” This year, the company will be performing in two Jocations. On Thursdayv Dec. 14, the Christmas classic will come to life on the Norwich High School stage at 7 p.m. Dec. 16. the company will travel to Oneonta for two performances slaled for 2 and 7 p.m. in the Goodrich Theater on the State University College at Oneonta campus. Appearing in this year’s pro­ duction are Tess Nillson and Elizabeth Sessions, both of Oneonta. Crystal Postighone of Morris and C'helsea Theis of Gilbertsville All four girls will dance the role of soldiers in the battle scene between the Nutcracker and the King Mouse. They are working hard every weekend to make sure they are Tickets will goon sale Nov. 15. Tickets will be available at First Edition, Grand Pizza, CCCA Box Office, ail in Norwich; Bound To Please Bookshop in Sidney; Service Pharmacy in Sherburne; Montessori Children's House in Hamilton; Country Collecdon in Oxford; UCCCA and The Furniture Outlet both in Oneonta; and The Decker School of Ballet in Norw ich and Oneonta. For ticket information, call .^.^4-8.^20 or 432- People in the News Carroll involved in United Way PENN VAN - Keuka College freshman Nancy Carroll helped raise $427 for the United Way of Northern Yates County at the sixth annual Video Pizza Dance recently. ApproximateiytGO people attended the dance, whiM was sponsored npus A Board and Cam’s New York ince, which was spon by the College’s Campus Activity A total of 20 students from this area are among the ! 2‘'SVV) stu denis included in the ISih Annual Edition of The Saiional Dean's last just published by Educational Communications, Inc., Lake Fore.st, IL. Students are selected for this honor by their college deans, regis­ trars or honor society advisors and must be in the upper 10% of their class, on their school’s dean’s list or have earned a comparable honor. Listed students are eligible to com- - pete for $30,000 in scholarship awards funded by the publisher and may also use a referral service for future employment opportunities. More than 2.500 colleges and uni­ versities nationwide use the publi­ cation to recognize their academi­ cally qualified students. Locd students selected include: Encircle your wrist with lifelong j(^. Ingmiom structures... mvd, touching, timeless. They're f&r you! l&welers ^ CrotJ^iatlhs Gemologists Pizzeria of Penn Yan. Carroll, an elementary and secondary educa­ tion major from Otego, was one of 14 students whose hard work made the event a success. The dance was the first major fundraising event in this year’s United Way campaign. The money raised will provide financial support for 13 local service groups, includ­ ing Christmas for the Needy, Teen Emergency Services, Rainbow Junction (^ild Care Center, Yates County Chapter of the American Red Cross. Retired Senior _ ____ Volunteer Program, Boy Scouts. Child and Family Resource Center, Rape and Abuse Crisis Service of the Yates Community, Rushville Health Center, Girl Scouts. Finger Ldces United Cerebral Palsy and Yates County Literacy Volunteers. Locals complete basic training COOPERSTOWN - Marine Pvt. Olin J. Hart, son of Mary and Olin J. Hart HI o f Cooperstown, and Marine Pvt. Frank E. Wilsey, son of Jolien and Frank Wilsey Sr. of Hartwiek, recendy completed basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, SC. Both were 1995 graduates of Cooperstown High School. Hannahs on duty in Persian Gulf RICHFIELD SPRINGS - Navy Airman Kenneth J. Hannahs, son of Robert S. and Joyce C. Hannahs of Route I, Richfield Springs, is cur­ rently serving forward deployed in th_ePersiaii Gulf near Southern Iraq aboard the aircraft carrier USS Independetke. The 1993 graduate of Richfield Springs Central High School joined the Navy in July 1993. Community Briefs Campus visitation day set for Nov. 8 COBUESK3LL - The next Cbnpus Visit^on Day ai SIMV CobdeskBl is slated for Saturday, Nov. 18. This monthly ppogram psovides an c^psr* taniQt ftir prospective students and parents to team all about t e cmllege and tour (he campus. Morning informationa!| $essidns wIB take ptase in each of the Hve academic divistons; Agricultiire ami Naftirai Business, Earily Childhood, Food Service and Hosplmlfty AdoWstradoa, and Libmii /uts and Sciences. Q r ^ u s tottra, crmducted .by cmm0ly entoited students, follow the general sessions. Can^idstes for admission and their patents may have hnmcfa to a college dining iball a cmt of $5.90 pltB tax), meet with athnissions counsetors and o S i^adaantottve stelf, asd talk with Cobleskill stud^te and facid^. Transpo^tion Sor vis­ itors to view the F t e d ^ R. Bennett Eeaeatltm Ai&i/SM Lodge wiB lie provided by die i^eolty Student Association. To rmieive an tbwiteMon t» the Nov. 18 Caropus Visitation Day (or to a fotoo paopam), please the Office of Admissions at (518) 234-5525 ot 1 (8(K1) 295-8088. Bassett offers seminar regfilatioiis The cost o f the conference is $30 with pre-re^tiation and €40 at ffie door. The cost includes the luncheon and aB conference niateiiais. for more informatios and to re^ster, please call Vt Gedatintas ai (&)7) $47- 6728 or Beverly Cameron at (518) 234-2511, ^ tendoa 3®. Local students on national clean's list Diane M. Butz. the University of Rcxhester and Megan Lynne Graham, SLTMY College of Technology at Delhi, both of Maryland. Kurt R. D. Gohde. Alfred University and Banjamtn W. Peterson. Baptist Bible College and Seminary; both of Schenevus. Kim M. Ritch, SUNY CoUege of Technology at Delhi, of Cherry Valley. Christ! L. Hascup. Saint John Fisher College; Elisabeth B. Proveasen, SUNY Maritime College and Steven C. Wilber, Rochester Institute of Technology; all of Cooperstown. Guenever L. Shariff, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, of East Springfield. Susan R. Barduhn, Mohawk Valley Community College, of Edmeston. Molly A. Doyle, SUNY College of Technology at Delhi, of Roseboom. Rachel A. Nolan, SUNY College of Agricultural and Technical at Morrisville and Andrea E. Sebeck, Cazenovia College; both of Gilbertsville. Gim;e M. Crosby. Baptist Bible College and Seminary and James E. Winslow. University of RcKhester; both of Laurens. Lisa L. Schulz. Broome Community College, of Morris. Sean P. Enright, Cayuga County Community College; Anthony J. Lamtuino, The Catholic University of America; Carolyn L* Moore. 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