May 8, 2005

Teen activities and volunteerism

The front page articles of this week's Dryden Courier are devoted to teens. One explores the Dryden High School Senior All Night Extravaganza (SANE), an alcohol-free graduation night party which entices seniors to come with surprises. Even the location is a surprise. There's also a piece on honors received by Dryden Serteen Club President Luca Cerretani and advisor Laszlo Engel at a regional Serteen conference.

On the opinion page, the Courier's editorial congratulates County Legislature Chair Tim Joseph for his recent efforts to be more open about the county's plans for an emergency communications network, and Dryden resident Leslie Cleland encourages voters to support the Dryden Central School District budget as well as incumbent board members.

In Anecdotes and Brevities, Harry Weldon explores the other airport near Dryden, at Cortland, and Birds & Butterflies starts with a spring azure butterfly sighting in the McLean Bogs Preserve.

The 4-H Fair will be July 28th to 30th this year, and the Dryden Sertoma Club will be having a golf tournament on May 20th.

TC3 golf gets a feature in sports, as they made the list of the top 90 teams among junior colleges nationally. There are also photos of the Dryden Girls and Boys Track Teams, and a mention of a Dryden baseball loss to Trumansburg.

Posted by simon at May 8, 2005 7:31 AM in
Note on photos