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An open letter to the Community Billy’s dinner to benefit Mary Russell fund

To the Community:

Billy’s Restaurant will host a fund raising dinner on Thursday, May 30. The proceeds of the dinner will benefit the Mary Russell Continuing Education Scholarship presented by the Covey Pashley Unit #893 of the American Legion Auxiliary.

Named for one of our deceased members, Mary Russell, our scholarship benefits a student who has plans to continue on past their first year of college. Mary believed wholeheartedly in the value of higher education; be it college, technology school, graduate school, or other training. Whenever possible, Mary encouraged any young person she knew to continue their education, and the auxiliary proudly carries on Mary’s legacy.

The auxiliary is currently accepting applications for this year’s scholarship. Any person who has completed at least one year of post-high school education and plans to continue his or her studies in the fall may apply. Those interested may contact me at (315) 369-2206 for more information. The deadline for applications is June 14, 2013.

Please plan to attend dinner at Billy’s Restaurant on May 30th and help the American Legion Auxiliary continue funding the Mary Russell Continuing Education Scholarship.  Thank you to Billy Burns and his staff for offering this fund raising opportunity.  We hope to see you there!

Judy Ehrensbeck, Old Forge

Member Covey Pashley Unit #893 American Legion Auxiliary

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Class C Girls Basketball: Kurt Ehrensbeck named Coach of the Year

Kurt Ehrensbeck, formerly of Old Forge, has been named the Class C Girls Basketball Coach of the Year by the Basketball Coaches Association of New York State.

Ehrensbeck, who has taught Instrumental Music at Harpurs-ville Central School for 23 years, also coached Boys Basketball at the school for 12 years.

For the past 10 years he has coached the Girls Basketball team.

Ehrensbeck said there are 286 Class C Schools in New York state and that his team ended up with a record of 23 and 2—a record good enough to send them all the way to the Championships.

“No team at Harpursville had ever gone that far, so it was a big honor for our girls’ team,” he said. Continue reading

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