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Dictionaries Presented To Local Students
SCCTC Announces Students Of The Month
Kimberly Frechen In Presidential Classroom

Dictionaries Presented To Local Students

The New Milford Area Rotary Club presented personal dictionaries to all third grade students at Blue Ridge and Mountain View Elementary Schools.

Rotary Vice-President Erminia Cola presents dictionaries to Mrs. Hartner's class at Blue Ridge.

Rotary President, Dr. Michele Pavelski made the delivery to Mrs. Albeck's class at Mt. View.

This is the third year that the Rotarians have supplied dictionaries to the third grade children in these schools. The intent is to provide a personal tool for the use of each student to enhance their learning experiences.

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SCCTC Announces Students Of The Month

Mrs. Alice M. Davis, Vocational Director of the Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center, is proud to announce the following SCCTC Students of the Month for November, 2004. Pictured (l-r) are: Clarissa Wilson, Brock Smith, Shannon George, Jaimy Watson, James Warren, Jr., Amanda Jordan, Tyrone Taylor, Richard Coy, Ashley Westbrook, Mrs. Davis. Absent from photo: Thomas Walker, Broc Jennings.

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Kimberly Frechen In Presidential Classroom

Kimberly Frechen of Susquehanna, PA will attend Presidential Classroom’s Program, July 2-9, 2005 in Washington, DC. Presidential Classroom, the leader in civic education, provides the best and brightest high school juniors and seniors unprecedented access to the leaders who shape America’s public policy.

During the week-long program, PC scholars interact with Washington insiders, including Members of Congress, presidential appointees, senior military officials, top business leaders and journalists. Students observe the US Congress in action, visit their congressional offices and debate current issues with peers from the United States and abroad. They also visit the renowned sites of our nation’s capital such as the White House (by special invitation), the US Department of State and Arlington National Cemetery. Additional program highlights include a seminar on the floor of the US House of Representatives, Central Intelligence Agency briefing and foreign embassy visits.

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