Ali Boolani, his daughter, Italia, and Daisy Cox at the
Potsdam Neighborhood Center's food pantry.
"When you help the United Way of NNY, you help the Potsdam Community
Center. And that helps the Peanut Butter and Jelly program my daughter and
I started two years ago with the center's director, Daisy Cox. We are now
feeding 25 at -risk kids a week during the summer and we hope to grow it to
help even more kids next year. I hope you will join me in making sure the
United Way is there for 40 nonprofits in Northern New York, including those
that serve the Potsdam area."
Clarkson University Assistant Professor, Physical Therapy
To support nonprofits that serve children, victims of violence,
senior citizens and military vets, donate to Clarkson University's
United Way campaign by contacting Marjorie Meashaw at mmeashaw(a)clarkson.edu
You are invited to participate in the
*North Country* *Citizen Preparedness Corps Training Program* that will
be held on:
*Thursday October 29,2015*
*Beginning at 5:30PM*
*George Hall Auditorium, Ogdensburg Free Academy*
*1100 State St., Ogdensburg, NY 13669*
The free program lasts approximately 2 hours and the training is conducted
by members of the NY National Guard.
The training seeks to provide citizens with the tools and resources to
prepare for emergencies and disasters, respond accordingly, and recover as
quickly as possible to pre-disaster conditions.
Each family that attends will receive a NYS Disaster Preparedness Kit that
contains key items to assist individuals in the immediate aftermath of a
disaster. The state training and kits will help New Yorkers be the
most-trained and best-prepared citizens in the country.
There is no fee for attending but everyone must pre-register!
*To register for the training, please go to: *
Also, attached is an invite for your reference. Please feel free to share
widely with family, friends, co-workers, employers, employees,
organizations, boy and girl scout troops, etc.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you there.
June F. O'Neill
NYS Department of Labor
Office of Intergovernmental Affairs
Our Community goes *beyond *the Clarkson campus
"The North Country in our home and our community, but not everyone is in a
secure and stable living situation. One of the best ways to support our
hungry, our children, our homeless, our disabled, our sick and our elderly
is to contribute to the United Way of Northern New York. They support 40
non-profits on the front lines *every single day*, helping people in St.
Lawrence County. We can all do our part to contribute to taking care of
and Giving Back to *Our* Community. Please join me in supporting them."
Associate Professor, Political Science; Clarkson University
Professor Bird, below, meets with Bob Deans, Director of Strategic
Engagement for the
Natural Resources Defense Council, before Deans' talk at Clarkson
University Sept. 1
To support nonprofits that serve children, victims of violence, senior
and military vets, donate to Clarkson University's United Way campaign
by contacting Marjorie Meashaw at mmeashaw(a)clarkson.edu
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Greg Kreitzer <gkreitzer(a)stlawu.edu>
Date: Tue, Oct 6, 2015 at 2:09 PM
Subject: Tennis Clinics
What: Tennis clinics for children ages 3-17 of all ability levels
interested in improving their technique while having fun and meeting new
When: The following Saturday’s: 10/10 (This Saturday!), 10/24, 10/31 (Tell
them to wear their costumes J), 11/7, 11/14, 12/5 from *11 AM- 12 Noon*
Where: St. Lawrence University Newell Field House
Cost: $15 or $75 for all six clinics.
To register, please e-mail Greg Kreitzer at gkreitzer(a)stlawu.edu with your
child’s name, age, and whether or not they need a racquet.
[image: Greg Kreitzer Signature]