Msgr. A.D. Charbonneau Council 258 Knights of Columbus in Ogdensburg recently recognized Nelson Woods as Knight of the Year. In the front row are Father Scott Belina, Floyd “Junior” Mack, recipient of the Dedicated Service award, Mr. Woods and his wife Cathy, and Robert and Catherine Massia, recipients of the Couples Award. In the back row are Grand Knight Bill Taylor and Deputy Grand Knight Tim Winter.
The Ogdensburg Knights of Columbus Council number 258, Ogdensburg, sponsored a golf tournament on Aug. 9, 2015 that raised $2,000, benefitting the Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center Richard E. Winter Cancer Center.
EDWARDSVILLE - Race Director Melanie Flack wasn’t sure how people would reract to a 9 a.m. start for the Mud Run at Saturday’s Black Lake Fish and Game Club’s Outdoor Heritage Family Rendezvous III. But when she got there well before the 8 a.m. registration people were already there waiting. That set the tone for the event which was part of a very successful day at the BLFGA clubgrounds. Throughout the day there was kids games, a hunting dog demonstration by the River-Valley Dog Club, a kids archery demonstration, trap shooting, a chicken shoot, a shoot the string contest and a constant flow of great food from Goodbye Earl BBQ.
POTSDAM - Bob Ahlfeld, a familiar voice on the radio for Clarkson University Hockey fans, is stepping away from the microphone at B99.3 FM after a lengthy career calling Golden Knights games over the airwaves.
WANAKENA - Plans to replace the historic Wanakena Footbridge are moving forward as the community provides widespread support for fundraisers, including the second annual Bridge Day, an event that surpassed expectations by raising roughly $23,000.