July 16, 2004

Tower, serendipity, making a difference

This week's Dryden Courier looks at the protracted saga of the Crown Castle Atlantic cell phone tower that the Town Board approved last week. They also visit the Dryden Historical Society, looking through the collections and talking about the programs. Inside, they examine grants made by the Dryden Youth Opportunity Fund and a challenge faced by Dryden High School students at a science competition at Alfred University. (The Dryden students took first place.)

I actually wrote the Guest Opinion this week. They titled it "A Single Voice Can Make a Difference," and you can read it here.

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Lyn said:

Inspiring column; might give me a push to try to make a difference. I often read Living in Dryden--even though I live thousands of miles away in Puget Sound country.