Our very own Officer Carmen Rotella is being featured in the Photos of the Day section on the Press Republican website. Officer Rotella is shown participating in a bean bag toss at the Kids Carnival the past Saturday. Rotella’s office is located in the Ted K. Center where he is proud to be an active and positive role model for the community’s youth.
You can check out the article here.
The Stafford Middle School will be having open swim to members of the Plattsburgh City School District community for only $1 per person on Thursdays from 6-7:30 pm, as well as Wednesday March 11. Kids must be accompanied by an adult with no more than 3 kids for 1 adult. There will be certified life guards on duty, but you must still watch your child. No diapers allowed.
This is a great opportunity to get out of the house and enjoy some family time at an inexpensive cost, so be sure to mark your calendars!
The Plattsburgh Senior Citizen Council presents the Cumberland Bay Barbershoppers on Tuesday, February 10 from 11 am until noon. Lunch will be available afterwards at a suggested donation price of $3 per person over the age of 60. To make reservations call 518-561-7393.
All are welcome to come out and enjoy the harmonizing sounds of the Cumberland Bay Barbershoppers!
With a winter storm of a possible 8 inches and cold temperatures that are well into the negatives you may be asking yourself how much longer do you have to put up with winter. Well, according to the worlds most famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, the answer is six more weeks.
As legend has it on Groundhog’s Day, depending on whether or not Phil sees his shadow will determine how much more winter we have to take. Today in Punxsutawney, PA, Phil predicted that there will in fact be six more weeks of winter. So don’t pack up your snow boots and warm jackets just yet because we still have more hot chocolate weather coming our way.
Since 1887, Phil has given a forecast of more cold weather 102 times and while only predicting a break of an early spring 17 times.
Below is information on the Rabies Clinic scheduled for Tuesday, February 24th from 6:00 to 8:30 PM at the City of Plattsburgh Public Works Building located at 215 Idaho Avenue: