Monday, September 26, 2016

Thomas Conaty Scholarship Fund

Tom's

Touch-a-Truck


Fun for the whole family!


The Silver Lake Fire Co. Field Days Grounds is the place to be on Saturday, Sept. 24th from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.!


Proceeds benefit the Thomas Conaty Scholarship Fund.

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The Thomas Conaty Memorial Scholarship Fund, administered by the Community Foundation of the Endless Mountains, was established by the family of Mr. Conaty to award a college scholarship to a student from the Blue Ridge, Elk Lake, or Montrose Area school districts who will pursue a degree in business or a related field and who has demonstrated a record of community service.

John J. & Ann Vitale Scholarship

Vitale

College Seniors and graduate school students who will complete their studies during the 2016-2017 academic year are encouraged to apply for The John J. & Ann Vitale Scholarship at The Community Foundation of the Endless Mountains at our website: www.community-foundation.org. The scholarship is available to alumni from the six school districts in Susquehanna County who are in their final year of college or in graduate school and who have incurred student debt. The award for 2016 is $2,000 and if undergraduate students attend college within Pennsylvania they will be nominated for potential matching grants.

Students are encouraged to apply now online. The deadline for completed online applications is August 1, 2016. The scholarship recipient will be chosen during the summer to ensure timely payment directly to the college so that the student may make appropriate financial plans.
John Vitale passed away in March of 2006, after a lifetime of supporting his community and neighbors. This scholarship is one way his family has chosen to honor his memory and continue a tradition of community support.

Kiwanis Trip to Freedom Tower in NYC

Kiwanis tripS

Saturday June 4th,
7 AM depart Price Chopper Montrose
$89.00 pp includes Bus Seat, Drivers Tip, General Admission 9/11 Museum,
Juice, Water, Danish and Snacks en-route, you will be able to bring a small personal
cooler on board for your lunch or have lunch around Ground Zero, Pizza, Burger King,
Deli's, India food, etc. We will stop for Dinner at Rockaway Mall Food Court en-route
home.
Restroom are available on board your bus.
We have 11:30 AM General Admission reservation @ 9/11 Museum, I would allow 3
hours for touring. After you can visit 9/11 Reflection Pools, The Savior Tree,
I would allow an hour to 1 ½ , One World Trade Observatory Deck (also known)
Freedom Tower is now open, the cost is Adults $32.00, $30,00 for Senior, on-line
reservations www.oneworldobservatory.com, Phone 1-848-696-1776 or in person at the
Box office, 285 Fulton Street, enter from West Street, (tickets maybe limited from Box
Office),
WTC Transportation Hub (opened March 3rd), after you have finished visiting WTC
Area, you can exit to Saint Paul's Chapel , Ladder 10 Firehouse and view FDNY Bronze
Memorial which is 56' foot in length and 6' high, you can walk to Battery Park which is
around 4 or 5 block or Wall Street Charging Bull in also close by.
On the day of our Trip you will be provide with a map of the area and full itinerary with
address. There are two points of reference I always recommend Brooks Brothers
Department Store and Burger King!
For information contact Debbie Crisman, 570-278-1026 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
This is made possible by Montrose Area Kiwanis Club.

Choral Music and Irish Folk Song at Montrose High School

 

Choir Poster 2016

Enjoy an evening of choral music and Irish Folksong performed by the Montrose Area Jr./Sr. High School Concert Chorus with special guests, Four Shillings Short, at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 10th at the Montrose Area Jr./Sr. High School Auditorium, 75 Meteor Way, in Montrose.

 

Four Shillings Short is the husband and wife duo of Aodh Og O’Tuama from Cork, Ireland, and Christy Martin from California. They perform Traditional and Original music from the Celtic lands, Medieval & Renaissance Europe, India, and the Americas on a fantastic array of instruments (over 30) including Hammered & Mountain Dulcimer, Mandolin, Mandola, Bouzouki, Tinwhistles, Recorders, medieval and Renaissance Woodwinds, North Indian Sitar, Charango, Bowed Psaltery, Banjo, Bodhran, Guitar, Percussion, vocals, and even a Krumhorn.

 

The appearance of the Four Shillings Short is made possible through a generous grant provided by the Wert Family Fund administered by the Community Foundation of the Endless Mountains.


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