I enjoyed lunch with Rose Anderson this past week; it was good to sit quietly and catch up on our lives. Friends are a very important part of our lives and we should never forget that.
The Plattsburgh Alumni Association, which Rose heads, is sponsoring a gathering at Nicolas, the new restaurant coming to Plattsburgh on the 19th. If you are a PSUC alumni, give the office a call for further information.
The Cumberland Bay Show Chorus, a member of the Barbershop Harmony Society, will hold an open house at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 11, at the North Country Alliance Church on 7 Northern Avenue in Plattsburgh. This is a lot of singing and a lot of fun. Call 561-0545 for further information.
Allegiant Air is a possibility at the new Plattsburgh International Airport. How exciting will that be and what an exciting time this is for our region. I am sure that the powers that be will land an air carrier sooner rather than later and we will all wonder how we ever got along without one right here!
On Sept. 9, as part of the Battle of Plattsburgh celebration, the 2nd annual butterfly release will be held on the steps of city hall at 1 p.m. This event is sponsored by Hospice of the North Country and each butter fly costs $15 to commemorate the lives of past hospice patients.
On Sept. 9 the 20th annual Rustic Fair will be held at Blue Mountain Lake Museum with more than 50 rustic artisans who will sell and sell furniture and accessories for home and camp. The hours are 10-4p.m.
Congratulations to Bob Dandrow who recorded his first career hole in one at Adirondack Golf Club on the 3rd hole! Witnesses to this historic event were Loren Latulipe and Billy Giroux.