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First, Christian welcomes on old college friend Tori Dillon to make amends for ruining her wedding long ago. This week he is joined by Margery Deacon to talk about her failed inn in Maine possibly brought upon a family curse. Ho Ho Ho! Tompkins and guest Ebony, the elf that delivers gifts to goth kids! They get into the last things that made them cry, share some of their favorite impressions, and swap Christmas ghost stories. Plus, a certain naughty elf makes a special appearance, and Traci Reardon drops by to help her Twitter followers with some spooky inquiries in another edition of "Help Me, Rhonda.
Hello neighbors! Good morning and welcome back to Getting Comfy with Tate and Mary! Rebecca Jessica St. Clair and Tatum Lennon Parham are sitting in for Tate and Mary as they welcome special guest Kinsey Riperton of Shark Tank fame to dish dirt on the Sharks, some of the ideas she pitched, and a new vacuum attachment she created.
Welcome back to Parenting Made Easy, the show that lets children remind us how to be, with your host Becky! Becky welcomes on old friend and children's party unicorn Kay Robertsi to discuss cake farts, confessions she's overheard at parties, and how Kay clears out her unicorn head as well as her real head. Plus, Becky fesses up about her experiences in the pool hall and Traci Reardon drops by to answer parenting questions in another edition of "Help Me, Rhonda.
Welcome to Republic of Gilead Radio! The program also supports quicker development of this industry, raises consumer awareness and encourages local sustainable heating markets and sustainable forestry. The system itself is pretty simple. A silo erected behind Freer Hall is connected by augur to a boiler, which is automatically fed wooden pellets. The heat produced by the boiler flows into the existing heating system of Freer, Cantwell and Pickett Hall. It displaces 28, gallons of heating oil with.
The system will pay for itself in 15 years. It also supports the local forest industry. And it keeps jobs in the local economy. Heating with imported oil sends 75 percent of the money out of the state. Now, all the energy dollars will remain in the region. The article relied on ancient strands of DNA to show that yellow perch, considered an invasive species to the Adirondacks, are, in fact, native. Stager, who helped organize SAM Fest, also participated in several other events: He gave a keynote presentation at the Climate Change Exchange, a conference on teaching about climate change, at Delhi Academy in the Catskills; he led a community discussion and presentation on climate change in the North Country for North Country Public Radio; and he delivered a public presentation on climate change for the Planet Ocean Lecture Series at the Center for Marine.
Money raised from the rides was used to support the club and horses. He also presented on ways the college is teaching students to be fire-safe at the Campus Fire Safety, Security and Risk Management conference in Ohio in March. In addition, our alumni are incredibly supportive and so important to our future. We need to tell our story really well, we need to expand the diversity of our student base, create flexibility in our programs and make sure our programs and pedagogy stay highly relevant.
While we are building for the future, we are managing our expenses very tightly, while benefiting from the invaluable support of a number of wonderful donors. Bottom line is that our financials look very good this year. This is such a special place. I was in California, and got to my hotel and decided I had a few minutes to go out for a run.
I was accosted by a woman the minute I walked out the door from the hotel — an alumna. How great is that! A Walk in the Woods Sunday, Sept. All that scenery is beautiful. Regis Mountain between Dec. Regis, one of the six mountains part of the Saranac Lake 6er challenge. By the time it was done, more than 50 students reported climbing St. Regis, and one, Jen Maguder, became a Sixer.
She knocked all of those peaks off in one day! We heard from. It has been an honor and privilege for her. Robert V. During his career, he traveled all over Asia selling logs, lumber, and veneers. He loved his job, and now he is enjoying his retirement. Jacqueline D. Have you come back lately? You should. And take your hiking boots. Both are great places to walk a tenth of a mile or 10 miles.
Hope to see you soon! He thought it was very well organized and he had great fun. Las Vegas with his wife, Jan. He spent 26 years in the NYPD before retiring to run his awards business. They have six married children, 13 grandkids, and two great-grandkids and spend a lot of time traveling.
Both he and his wife are still working — she as an administrative assistant to the library director at the College of Southern Nevada and he has an engraving business. Richard J. After looking through the new directory, they realized that there were more than alumni in their area, so they will keep us posted. He completed Navy Air Navigation school in October and spent three years with the fleet. After completing a Navy tour he worked at various jobs in the southeastern states working with the wood preserving industry. In he formed Raintree Services, a herbicide application company, that specialized in the industrial, forestry and aquatic markets.
The company was located in Zebulon, Ga. The company was sold in and he moved to Baker, Fla. He started a small choose-and-cut Christmas tree farm. We want to hear from you! Email class notes to alumni paulsmiths. Box , Paul Smiths, NY , or fax to Pics welcome! Now in remission, he is growing vegetables that are sold through various local farmers markets.
Contact info: vinman embarqmail. Teillon visits the Adirondacks often and is interested in hearing from PSC graduates who attended from September to June Wayne F. While they were. However, he plans to visit during summer as his ParishvilleHopkinton school class will be celebrating 55 years since graduation. He now lives in New York City. However, he did not like retirement and ultimately started his own local- and long-distance driving service called Polar Express Transportation Service, now in its seventh year of business. He and his wife also have a townhouse in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Cayden Patrick, on April He has two children. Hoyt, Mr. Peroni, and Mr. Rutherford taught. In September he expanded his forestry business to include his daughter Dawn Morgan, who is an ecologist, and her husband, Rick Morrill, who is a forester. He loves to travel as well and has taken six trans-Atlantic. He brought the family up to enjoy the Arctic weather and the Winter Carnival. The Thompson kids — Brody, 6, Makenna, 11, and Logan, 5 — enjoyed the whole weekend, especially the hot dogs roasted at the fireplace.
No more snow or New York State taxes! Life is good! Marcus G. Now he is enjoying his return to retirement while serving on the Southwick Conservation Commission. Bruce M. Stephen H. He has spent the last year remodeling his kitchen and enjoying his four grandchildren. Gene A. Yes, a forestry guy is in the hospitality business! In family news, both of their sons just had baby girls, making Mark and Jan grandparents! If anyone goes to visit Pine Island on the southwest coast of Florida, email him and he can set up a fishing trip!
Brill hopes to make it up to PSC for a visit this summer. He noticed that some recent alums are curlers in Connecticut where he is a member of a curling club, and is happy to see that so many people are discovering the winter sport. He is still working in forestry as a consultant, primarily writing forest management plans part-time. Bundt also says that it is a wonderful campus in the spring, summer, fall with the changing leaves and maple syrup and even in the winter.
He loves that there are students from the city, all over the U.
He formerly worked as a software license administrator within Engineering. Bruce and his wife, Jackie, will be wintering in The Villages, Fla. He is enjoying retirement and has since toured Alaska. Kenneth F. In the summer he spends time at his camp on the St. Lawrence River and spends three months of the winter in Florida. John J. He is now living in Kentucky with his wife and nine cats, and hopes to get to the PSC Alumni Campground sometime this year. Earl N. This book is a collection of true stories about life on the road; two stories include Smitty episodes in the 70s and how they relate to our lives today.
John W. Reunion Summer They spend a week each year at White Pine Camp leading hikes in the area.
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James E. The beauty of these national parks cannot be overstated, especially Yellowstone. Their first grandchild is on the way. He is enjoying his time as a parent with his children and three grandchildren, as well as gardening, working in his woodshop, raising Labradors, milking goats and, oh yeah, working!
He feels blessed. Justin H. He is still married to the beautiful and talented Marge Bruchac! The next will be played at Homecoming, Saturday, Oct. Park System and a federal air marshal. As a ranger, he worked 20 years in eight national park sites doing law enforcement, emergency medicine, search and rescue, and firefighting. In , he transferred to the newly expanded Federal Air Marshal Service where he flew more than 2, missions and 5 million miles to numerous domestic and international cities providing security to the aircraft, crew and passengers.
Sara L. They are loving life in central Pennsylvania — still! He recently joined Aria Energy, where he is developing biogas energy projects and turning manure, wastewater and landfill gas to energy. If any other Smitty is in a similar field, give me a shout at chris. Vincent J.
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He is looking forward to his 30th PSC reunion in summer and hopes to see many fellow alumni there. His wife of 18 years, Laura, recently gave birth to their eleventh child. Forest Service. The outdoor life, wildness and remoteness up here suits him perfectly. Dana L. They live in Naples, N. Christine M. Science at the University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign.
She expect to graduate either this spring or summer. That research has been focused on tick infestation in songbirds, and assessing stopover habitat quality for migrating birds. In the fall she will be staying in the same department but working with a different advisor for her PhD, which will be focused on the influence of habitat management on the habitat use of wild turkeys in Illinois. They recently welcomed their second daughter, Abigail.
He travels both nationally and internationally as the lead researcher for development of growing edible and medicinal mushrooms. Joshua L. Kush '10 moved in September. His time in the forest benefits his white-tailed deer hunting hobby while cycling, hockey and traditional archery are some of his other interests. Sorry Jim Tucker, just not enough snow in Indiana for snowshoeing. The postcard here dates before the college got involved with the hotel, but Roedel has pledged to restore it to its original grandeur by the time it reopens in early Drop a line to kaaron paulsmiths.
Weill Published by the Office of College Advancement. Joe Conto will present a paper on the shift from a researchbased capstone project to one based on business simulation and analysis at the International Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education conference. John, U. Virgin Islands, in March.
In Students from Prof. Evans also wrote two articles on snowshoe hare ecology that were published in the Adirondack Explorer and Northern Woodlands magazines. Brett McLeod and Joe Orefice earned doctorate degrees. John monitors the boiling process this spring. Sporn, a biologist, says establishing the presence of 10 Sequel Summer ticks and Lyme is important so residents, visitors and physicians remember to look for signs of tick bites and the disease. At first, Sporn and the students employed the conventional method of looking for ticks — dragging a white corduroy cloth over the ground near the edges of forestland ticks like clinging to tall grasses and other elevated materials, attaching themselves to whatever walks by and counting the ticks that go on the cloth.
Eventually, Sporn and her students turned to more sensitive methods of determining the presence of ticks, and Lyme, such as trapping small mammals and testing for the disease, asking North Country veterinarians for records, and simply asking hikers and others LEFT: Sam Durfey drags for ticks in a wooded area on a farm in Saranac, N. The 46er project started when he decided to start a group at 12 Sequel Summer the agency so clients could go on outings. They never needed to do that though they did hit the occasional hurdle, as every prospective 46er does: They had to sprint from Algonquin to avoid a nasty hailstorm, for example.
So many of these young kids who are going to culinary school, their aspiration is being a Food Network star. More than half of that money came from a New York State Energy Research and Development Authority grant through the Cleaner, Greener Communities Program, which encourages local communities across the state to become more sustainable and energy efficient. It displaces 28, gallons of heating oil with locally sourced wood pellets and makes use of thermal storage, a technology that increases the efficiency of the boiler.
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Students in the Recreation Practicum on St. Fall Career Fair Thursday, Oct. Stone Sr. George M. All alumni are welcome to visit him in Maggie Valley, N. Vincent A. He started a small choose-and-cut Christmas tree farm We want to hear from you! Donald A. Frederick S. Downs Jr. He can be reached by email at syrogun yahoo. Salvatore A. Charles J. Peter M. Ross S. Howatt III, retired faculty member, on Jan. Owen R. John H. Missert Sr. He loves to travel as well and has taken six trans-Atlantic Marco Island, Fla.
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