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@datebook city label underlined:Ogdensburg

Winners: Winners of the Ogdensburg Chamber of Commerce’s 2012 holiday lighting contest have been announced.

Holiday Spirit

First place — Jack Downing, 929 Elizabeth St., $100

Second place — Tom and Jo-Ellen Murray, 222 McIntyre Road, $25


First place — Brittany Bush and Jake Putney, 202 Lafayette St., $100

Second place — Kiah Family, 418 Franklin St., $25


First place — Riverview Towers, 203 Washington St., $100

Second place — Larry Tombolillo, 708 State St., $25

People’s Choice

Christine and Steven Fisher, 812 Franklin St., $50

Don Perry, 991 Moreland Road, $50

@datebook city label underlined:Watertown

Bridge Scores: Winners of recent weekly games sponsored by the Northern New York Duplicate Bridge Club are announced.

Dec. 1 N/S “A”: First, Ann Sellers and Debra Suller; second, Shirley Warren and Judy Vespa; third, Mai and Mart Liinve; and fourth, Kay Woodruff and Linda Renshaw.

Dec. 1 N/S “B”: First, Ann Sellers and Debra Suller; second, Mai and Mart Liinve; third, Kay Woodruff and Linda Renshaw; and fourth, Jean Pennock and Rev. Leo Wiley.

Dec. 1 N/S “C”: First, Jean Pennock and Rev. Leo Wiley; and second, Phyllis Plante and Patricia Macklin.

Dec. 1 E/W “A”: First, Ada Jane Northrop and Helen Keohane; second, Kathy Evans and Charles Evans; third, Ruth Fish and Hope Metcalf; and fourth, Celia Perciaccante and Maureen Gough.

Dec. 1 E/W “B”: First, Kathy Evans and Charles Evans; second, Ruth Fish and Hope Metcalf; third, Celia Perciaccante and Maureen Gough; and fourth, Ronald and Carol Cooper.

Dec. 1 E/W “C”: First, Ruth Fish and Hope Metcalf; and second, Celia Perciaccante and Maureen Gough.

Dec. 3: First, Kay Woodruff and Judy Vespa; and second, Helen Keohane and Ronald Cooper.

Dec. 5: First, Kathy Evans and Judy Vespa; second, Rev. Leo Wiley and Ruth Condon; and third, Albert Schneider and Helen Keohane.

Dec. 12: First, Ronald Cooper and Kay Woodruff; and second, Ruth Condon and Helen Keohane.

Dec. 14: First, Ruth Condon and Ada Jane Northrop; second, Judy Vespa and Kay Woodruff; third, Charles Evans and Helen Keohane; and fourth, Celia Perciaccante and Maureen Gough.

Dec. 17: First, Mai Liinve and Ada Jane Northrop; and second, Kay Woodruff and Helen Keohane.



@datebook city label underlined:Throughout the area

Work exhibited: Class work for local freshman of Cazenovia College was featured at the annual First Year Seminar Exhibition from Dec. 10 through to the end of the term.

@datebook city label underlined:Depauville

Makayla N. Hirst, management, graduate of Thousand Islands Central School, Clayton.

@datebook city label underlined:Gouverneur

Karla C. Witte, English, graduate of Gouverneur Central School.

@datebook city label underlined:Henderson

Brandon L. Cook, visual communications, graduate of Belleville Henderson Central School, Belleville.

@datebook city label underlined:Massena

Kallie M. Barnes, management, graduate of Massena Central School.

@datebook city label underlined:Saranac Lake

Leah M. Kleist, studio art, graduate of Saranac Lake Central School.

@datebook city label underlined:Theresa

Sarah E. Clark, studio art, graduate of Indian River Central School, Philadelphia.


@datebook city label underlined:Watertown

Scholarship: Danielle Lepro, pharmacy technician, has received a $1,000 scholarship from Samaritan Auxiliary. The scholarship is given annually to a Samaritan employee who is pursuing advanced education. Ms. Lepro, who joined Samaritan in 2006, recently graduated from Jefferson Community College’s weekend nursing program. Pictured with Ms. Lepro, left, is Wendy Grimm, Samaritan Auxiliary president.

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