TO THE EDITOR: We would like to take this opportunity to publicly thank Deputy Sheriff Olson and Deputy Sheriff Winter for their assistance on the night of July 18 at the Clinton County Fair.
In our opinion, they both went above and beyond the call of duty to look out for the safety of our niece and nephew in the cattle barn to make sure they were fine after the fair was closed until morning. They were also very professional when we approached and spoke to them about our concerns.
Again, we would like to thank Deputy Sheriff Olson and Deputy Sheriff Winter for going above and beyond the call of duty and publicly recognize them for their professionalism.
TINA AND GREG LAFRANCE
TO THE EDITOR: This letter is to express a well-deserved and long-overdue thank you to an incredible person, Robert Morgan, who began his efforts to create a high-quality day-care center in 1996.
In 1998, the Champlain Children’s Learning Center opened as a result of his hard work. We started with only eight children and are now licensed for 116. We are very close to owning our building and have expanded several times. We have renovated classrooms, built two playgrounds and upgraded our driveway.
All of this was accomplished with the guidance and dedication of Mr. Morgan. In May, the Board of Directors decided that the ultimate tribute to Mr. Morgan would be to name the building he loves so much after him.
Our UPK children performed a beautiful song, staff and board members spoke, and Mr. Morgan was presented with a plaque for his home and one for our building. In true Mr. Morgan fashion, he downplayed his importance and instead thanked our dedicated staff and families. We know, however, that our dedication is a result of his leadership and inspiration.
On behalf of the Champlain Children’s Learning Center, its staff, families, children and Board of Directors, we would like to thank Mr. Morgan once again. His dream 15 years ago has truly changed lives.
TO THE EDITOR: Tammy Ruth Rivers passed away on June 19 at CVPH Medical Center with her loved ones by her side.
She will be sorely missed. Her family would like to thank CVPH Medical Center and Fitzpatrick Cancer Center for the caring of Tammy.
R5 and Fitzpatrick nurses are wonderful. They take time with family and go the extra step to make sure the patient and family is comfortable.
Also, thanks to the North Country Cancer Fund and Plattsburgh Hog Chapter 1958 for always being supportive, along with the Foundation of CVPH.
We would also like to thank all of our friends and family for the love and support shown during her illness and at the time of her passing.
TIM RIVERS and family