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Page 8-Anpiot, 15, 1985-Fort Covmgton Sun-Fort Covington, N. Y. NCCC North Country Commun- ity College, Maione Cam- pus, in cooperation with Pittsburgh State Univer- sity, will be offering three courses this fall at the Maione Campus. These courses will be applicable to a Bachelors of Arts/Science in individual Studies or a Masters of Arts in Liberal Studies. Information packets on both degree programs are available at the Maione Campus There will be two undergraduate courses and one g:\jduate course. The three o airses are: COM 410 Leadership Corniriunjcation three credits. Tuesday, b-9 p.m., $45.85 per credit hour This cour-e will deal with the concepts and problems of leadership at various levels in a wide variety oi situa- tions Workshop exercises, practical applications, and role-playing will be a part of :his course. BUS 300 Principles of Business Management — three credits, Mondays, 6-9 p.m., $45.85 per credit hour. This course will deal with management theories and practices applicable to all organizations with empha- sis on the business enter- prise. The management principles of planning, organizing, directing and controlling will be discussed. Graduate Level: COM 510 Studies i n Leadership Communication — three credits, Tuesdays, 6:00-9:00 p.m., $90.85 per credit hour. Must have a Baccalaureate degree to be accepted. This course is specifically designed for the s t u d e n t w h o w a n i s a manag•?ria 1 pos111on or to lead a group. The principles and theories wiii be useful whether a member of a small community, group, school, faculty or plant manager. Specific emphasis' will be given to the concepts and problems of leadership. If interested in participat- ing, Plattsburgh State appli- cations and registration packets are available at the Maione Campus. Registra- tion and counseling appoint- ments will be available from 4-7 p.m. on the following days; Aug. 19, Aug. 27, Sept. 3, Sept. 5, and Sept. 9. , Please call the Malonei Campus at 483-4550 for an, appointment. Franklin County Fair, 1985 Left, John Wylie. Right Bill and Eun- ice South- worth in Veg- etable Halt Left Colin Miller of Nelson's Florist. Above Latreille Feeds: Jane, Kim, Tom & I John Vacation Bible School ACE The Branch Campus at Sal mon River Central School is for opening its doors to all area res- idents who wish to widen there horizons academically. Take the opportunity to call Marion Howard 358 9$ 16 or if no answer 4 83-458 1 for an appointment. If for any reason you are unable to reach me — call 4834550 NCCC Maione campus and leave a message with Marland or Carol. All interested students must regis- ter be tore the end of August; if that student wishes to take advantage ot Tap and Pell. Financial - aid forms must be completed and sent for pro- cessing as soon as possible. The Fall course offerings at the Salmon River campus are: SEC 101 Tues. Beginning Typing, 4-6; SEC 102 Interme- diate, 4-6; CIS 110 Intro to Computer Sys, 6-9 ail by Mar- ion Howard. BUS 212 Wed. Marketing Principles, 4-7; BUS 101 Accounting I, 7-10, both by Andy McKee. SEC 101 Thurs. Beginning Typing, 4 6; SEC 102 Interme- diate, 4-6, both by Marion Howard. BUS211 Personnel Management, 6 9 by Linda Reid; FED 121- Slimnastics, 9- 10. Linda Gratton. Vacation Bible School will begin Monday, Aug 19 at 9:00 at the Presbyterian Church in Fort Covington. Classes will be held Monday through Friday from 9:00 until 11:30 each* day. Lyle Crofoot will conduct the worship service and lead the singing. There will be classes all ages, and will include Colonial Drive-ln (Across from Long Sault) 537-8271 For the 2nd Great Week 'European Vacation' Mad Max' crafts, games and snacks as well as Bible study and songs. The theme is \Gods People Pray.\ All boys and girls in the area are invited and urged to attend. BROOKDALE CINEMAS 613-938-8414 ; Cornwall,Ont. . ', Starting Friday 'Return of the Lhnng Dead' Warning: Horror and l-rutal Violence 7 & 9 ACCOMPANIMENT RKMMeOUNMftMtOtM ADMITTANCE CSTRICTED Box Office finsuna fitctja 10 P#arl Street Malor.e, New York 12953 Starts Friday Ends Thursday 0OC0DN At 7:15 & 9:15 f| Starting Friday 'Volunteers' Starring John Candy Warning: Coarse Language 7&9 ACCOMPANIMENT KOUMCO WOCR MME Of M For the 5th O Smash Week 'Back To The Future' 7-9:10 Warning: Swearing § PARENTAL GUIDANCE Above Left: Jerome Brock way of J&D Plumbing. Left: Bruce Bonesteei judging dill in Open Class Competition. Above: Politics at the Fair: Ron Cook and Nancy Mills Bruso at GOP Booth • HIGH STAKES • BINGO WITH CLASS • MOHAWK BINGO PALACE St. REGIS INDIAN RESERVATION RTE. 37 ROOSEVELTOWN, N.Y. 13683, 1 MILE EAST OF BRIDQE TO CANADA 1-518-358-2246 1 -800-544-5011 (O s ONLY) 1 -800-248-4802 (N.Y. STATf OWtY) MORE THAN IN CASH MAY BE WON ON FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY AUGUST 1 7th, 18th & 19th. ALL PRIZES PAID IN AMERICAN FUNDS Exchange Facilities Available FREE Bus Ride Leaves Ames Parking Lot In Massena. Leaves Every Friday at 6:00, Saturday at 6:00 & Sunday at 12:00 - Call Helen at 1-800-248-4802 or Jane at 769-2156 For Information. Doors Open Warm-Ups Begin Regular Games Begin FRIDAY 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. SATURDAY 5:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. SUNDAY 12:00 noon 1:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. SINGLE PACKAGE INCLUDES: 4 Cards for each Early Bird Game 6 Cards for each Regular Game 3 Cards for Each Special Game 1 Bonanza and 1 Do-It-Yourself Sheet. Friday Saturday & Sunday $15.00 $25.00 DOUBLE PACKAGE INCLUDES: Double the Catds in the Single Package TRIPLE PACKAGE $2500 $40.00 INCLUDES: Triple the Cards in the Single Package and Warm-Up and Nite Owl,Games. $30 00 $50.00 WATCH FOR OUP ABORDAY WEEKEND AUTORAMA SAT, AUGUST & SATURDAY EVENINGS & SUNDAY & MONDAY MATINEES 3 CARS MUST GO!!! N0 « F0R GUARANTEED SEATING. SOX DEPOSIT REQUIRED FOR (CANCELLATIONS/REFUNDS ACCEPTED UNTIL NOON, AUG. 29) . R.st.ur.nt with Stress tinrie. . Tour bui senlca ,„ argas Saturday, Aug. 31 st - DOOR PRIZE - VCR 25\ Monitors VideoCamera

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