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Four Retire Blue Ridge

At its business meeting on March 7, the Blue Ridge School Board accepted the retirement requests of four veteran teachers, Joan Eidenier, Judy Kelly, Marijane Bartkus and Audrey Cook. Judy Kelly is also the current president of the Blue Ridge Education Association, the teachers' union. Three of them are retiring from the Elementary School, and Robert Dietz, their principal, expressed regret at their loss. "They've done a great job," he said. Superintendent Robert McNamara seconded the sentiment, taking special note of the smoothly-functioning relationship between teachers and administration.

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Susky Plans For Future

All members, with the exception of Pat Frederick were present at the March 8 meeting of the Susquehanna Boro Council.

Secretary Judy Collins’ report included an update on the last Susquehanna Community Development Association (SCDA) meeting; the SCDA is working on a membership drive for the coming year, and has been planning events for Hometown Days, which will start on July 15, at 6:30, with a parade. On July 16, from 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., arts and crafts and other activities will be available, ending with fireworks at dusk. The SCDA office on Main Street will be open as of April; engraved bricks for Main Street are still available for sale.

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