To the editor: Thank you for saying Yes to Girl Scouts! Thank you for opening your hearts and wallets to Girl Scouts who asked you to buy cookies and support their Cookie Program goals. Your simple business transaction with a Girl Scout is helping her to build a lifetime of real world skills including money management, decision making, goal setting, business ethics and communications.
To the editor: On Monday, Nov. 5, and again during the weekend of Nov. 10 and 11, volunteers from Operation Sandy Relief traveled to Broad Channel and Rockaway Beach, Queens, NY, to assist those affected by Hurricane Sandy. Our volunteers were inundated by countless donations from individuals, organizations and businesses, and we are extremely grateful to those who stepped up and continue to do so to help in this time of need.
To the editor: On behalf of the Salt City Horror Fest, we would like to thank the many horror movie fans who came out to the festival on April 14 and a very special thank you to the area print and broadcast media for the excellent coverage given to the 2012 Salt City Horror Festival, our annual festival of 35mm print genre films.
To the editor: The children of Camp Good Days & Special Times gratefully thank Pete Sala, Carol Ryan and the Syracuse University Carrier Dome staff for a “Monstrous” Good Time at the March 10 Monster Truck show that was held at the Carrier Dome!
To the editor: I have been blessed to be able to build a career on a God-given talent that gives me great satisfaction every day as an artist, graphic designer and now as the Mayor of Manlius. Since 1982, I have been drawing and presenting portraits to celebrities across New York State commemorating their performances or appearances.
The Drug Quiz Show is an interactive drug prevention program for middle school students with a 26-year history of providing essential information and life skills to Central New York youth.
I read with interest last week’s article by Walt Shepperd, “Newbie candidate to County Legislature: Chill!” I wanted to focus on one comment made by my opponent: “Most people don’t want you to knock on their door.”
It is all too easy for some people to continually complain about stressed run-down neighborhoods as well as to show an unwillingness to do anything to improve those areas. Thankfully there are some people who are willing to help improve these neighborhoods.
The city of Syracuse is requesting feedback regarding the upcoming reconstruction of Route 81. This is a great opportunity to explore the possibilities of creating a pedestrian- and bike-friendly city.
Ida Benderson's son, Bruce, expresses his disappointment in the city's decision to move the senior program.
A reader responds to Herm Card's School Is In column.