Quantcast

WCS New Superintendent | Town Talk

Crafts & Carafe’s

Lizzie Keay’s is hosting Crafts & Carafes. Every other Tuesday Lizzie Keay’s banquet room will be set up for people who would like to make a craft and sip on some wine. The craft projects vary, there is a minimal fee for the craft approximately $20. You can purchase a carafe or a glass of wine. Light hor sduerves will be served. The next craft night will be Feb. 11 starting at 6:30 p.m. The craft that evening will be a mantle tree, just in time for Valentines Day. Asurprise craft will also be done.

If you would like to attend this event contact Amber on 681-2893. No later than Sunday Feb 9. The event can also be used as a special birthday party, or just a friends night out. Contact Amber for details and pricing.

Food Pantry Low

Many local food pantries took a hit over the cold from the past few weeks. The Warrensburg food pantry at town hall and the churches could use non perishable donations.

Sacred Heart food pantry in Lake George is also in need of non perishable donations.Please help those less fortunate. North Country Ministry A great need for coats, sweaters, hats, gloves, socks and warm clothes has come aboutfrom this extended cold weather. Drop item off at North Country Ministry on Main St. in Warrensburg. Items may also be dropped off at Sacred Heart Parish Center in Lake George.

WCS New Superintendent

On Tuesday, Jan. 21 a small group of parents, students, teachers and board of education members gathered to personally welcome Mr. John Goralski as the new WCS Superintendent, Mr. Goralski comes to WCS from the Stillwater Central School District. Mr. Goralski said he is very pleased to be in a small school district, “ a small district has the potential to do more” Goralski told me. He hopes to share learning resources such as Computer programing classes and technology, through distance learning in high schoolclasses with surrounding districts. Hadley Luzerne and Lake George are open to work together, stated Goralski. Mr. Lawson did a great job and left the district in good shape Goralski said.

0
Vote on this Story by clicking on the Icon

Comments

Use the comment form below to begin a discussion about this content.

Sign in to comment