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Elgin art work shown
at Home and
Local artist, Jeffrey Elfin,
has a group of pencil and pastel
drawings and several oils on
paper on display at Home and
City Savings bank in Green
wich. Mr. Elgin is a graduate of
the University of Cincinnati.
The Cincinnati Art academy
and the Cleveland Institute Of
Art. He holds an M.F.A
degree in painting and a B.S.
degree in design from the
University of Cincinnati.
Mr. Elgin has taught at the
University of Cincinnati,
Collage of Design, Architecture
and Art. He is presently
iching at Skidmon college,
t ment of Art ia Saratoga
Mr. Elgin has
wards and gr
CAPS Fello ship in paintwhich was arded to him
in 1983-84 from the New ork
State council on the arts,
Green wich
students attend
seminar at Greenwich
He has had numerous public
and private collections at many
universities throughout the
country and 17 one-per son
shows including most recently
Adirondack Community
college. Colby-Sawyer college.
Emma Willard school and
SUNY at Oneonta. His selected group exhibitions have included the Award Candidates
exhibition, Potsdam National
Drawing Biennial, American
Drawings II: National Competition, Artists of the
Mohawk-Hudson Region and
numerous others.
School board meeting
The Greenwich school board
will hold its regular monthly
meeting Monday, April 8, at
7:45 p.m. in the middle school
oirtJfay avenue. The public is
welcome to attend.
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Thursday, ApH) 4,1985
Cub Scouts
Thursday, March 28, Gub
Scout den 6 had its regular
meeting at the home of Leader
Karen Rizzo. They dyed hard
boiled eggs and decorated
plastic eggs.
After their meeting they
were entertained at the home of
Don and Jane Perkins to a
pancake and sausage supper.
Those attending were Eddie
Aldrich, Bill Jennings, Arron
Tucker, Grant Tucker, Peter
Hughes, Brady Squires, Karen
Rizzo and Libby Aldrich.
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Greenwich Athletic Association
Spaghetti & Meatballs
April 1 3 t h
Greenwich and Cambridge business students and
teachers gathered at Greenwich March 26, for a business
Students interested in this
Competent secretaries are in
continuing demand in all field were urged by the speaker
phases of the business world, to continue to improve their
students were told during a shorthand and typing speed
recent seminar session on the skills. Communication skills,
subject at the Greenwich cen* she stressed, were particularly
tral school Business depart- essential to the secretary
whose job can be the important
Addressing the group was focal center of most general ofRobyn Freedman, admissions fice administrations.
Following the program,
representative of the Mildred
were served by
Elley Business school of
the Service club of the host
Special guests of the Green- Greenwich Business departwich Business department ment.
Attending the seminar for
were business students from
were: Gina Perry,
Cambridge central school.
Discussing The Future of the Sue Davis, Tina McMurray,
Executive Secretary in the Darlene Matyka, Mary Blair,
Changing Business World, Tracy Clayton, Julie Mesick,
Mrs. Freedman predicted the Rosemarie Daniello, Tracy
demand for
well-trained Larmon, Holly Harris and
secretaries would continue well Nonna Ruthosky and teacher
Sheila Maloney. The Caminto the 1990s.
bridge students included Anne
Quenneville, Missy Hansen,
Jeannie Arnold, Debora Pike,
Wendy Wooddell, Denise Calef
Tammy Stenseh and teacher,
Mary Sinnamon.
firemen elect
The Greenwich Volunteer
Fire department held its election of line officers Tuesday
night. Elected to two-year
terms were Wayne Perkins, fire
chief; Leo Flynn, first assistant
chief; Garry Bain, second
assistant chief; Rae Davis Jr.
and Joe Jordan, captains;
Jerry Herbst and Tom Montgomery, lieutenants and Bud
Blanchfield, Steve Duket,
Dennis Chadwick, Garry Bain
and Gary St. Mary to the
board of directors.
Italian Bread, Open Salad Bar,
Beverage, Homemade Desserts
Dinner Prepared By Mike Greco
Tickets Sold In Advance.
Adults: $5.50
Children: $4.00
Time: 4 - 8
Contact Any Greenwich Athletic Association Member
N e w Listing: Commercial property center of town
Residential Properties:
2 Bedroom Handyman Special in Greenwich
Great starter home in Victory Mills — 3 bedrooms
Older 4 bedroom home with low heating cost
Mini Farm — 6 acres plus a 3 bedroom home
2 for the price of 11 JUST REDUCED — % acres of
land plus 2 ranch homes in Greenwich.
Cambridge — 68 acres plus home presently with
3 apartments — Lots of potential.
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800-255-5031 Ext. 129
Local Sale* Associate
Sue Genevick 692-7842
Excerpt from the
of the
Spring - Summer - Fall
flowers are permitted on lota on and after M a \ 1st of each year
through September 15th. If placed in subatantlai arm or other
receptacle* capable of r f t n l t erect and net impeding
maintenance of the lot* by Cemetery personnel
Flowers in day pots or similar temporary containers ate
permitted from May 1st through June 15th. No clay pott or other
containers are to be Inserted Into the ground by the digging of
No plastic or wire
Town board meeting
The Greenwich town board
will hold a regular meeting
Tuesday, April 9, at 7:30 p.m in
the board room at the town office building on Academy
street. The public is invited to
•hall be placed on any lot daring
Whiter wreaths and similar flower arrangements arc permitted
from Ncsrambcr let through Aprfl let of each year as long as
securely InetahVd. Owner* at* te remove such items prior to April
I of each year or such amy be removed by the Cemetery
1. Urn
the Spring and Fall stating such re
reasonable time fee iciattcl of such Items. Any
wBI be removed by the Cemetery
2. We glees JaTf sassal nc pmcen en any let at any time.
.». rlowers snap oe ptaceo am M V asm BOI on waiaways.
I may be changed from time te time by
the Beard of Trustee*.
P r A H a W A f l ^
k RUSSELL, Secretary
— Mr. and Mrs. David
Thomas and Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald Keays of Tomball,
Tex., Capt. and Mrs. Daniel
Keays and Debbie and Dawn of
Ohio, Katherine Shull of
Decatur, 111., and Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Keays of Virginia
Beach, Va., were called here
last week by the death of
Preston Keays.
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People considering starting a
home sewing business can
learn about pricing guides,
record keeping and otjier
business practices by attending a workshop sponsored by
Saratoga and Washington
county Cooperative Extension
service. The workshop Sewing
as a Busines will be April 11
from 9:45 a.m.-3 p.m. at the
United Methodist church in
South Glens Falls.
Area business women will
share their knowledge and ex
pertise in the area of setting up
a business, running a business
in the home and marketing
home sewing and handcrafted
Pre-registration is required
by April 5. There is a small
registration fee to cover the
cost of a printer resource
Member FDIC
For more information or to
register for the workshop contact Washington
Cooperative Extension office
in Hudson Falls,
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Thomas M. Tryniski
309 South 4th Street
Fulton New York 13069