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The Press. (Cortland, N.Y.) 1972-1990, May 01, 1990, Image 4

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utstand1ng vo unteers honored dinner. Special to the Press Winners of the Charles F. Locke Memorial Award went to Carol Allen and DodieJones. / and families. This year the agency's Charles F. volunteers, staff, board members and Program. Together they have pro- vided nearly 38 years of counseling service to the Cortland Community. The Volunteer Family Counsel- guests were in attendance to pay ing Service held its 20th Annual special tribute to volunteer youth Volunteer Recognition Banquet assistandfamilycounselorswholast Monday evening at SUNY Cort- yearprovidedmorethan4500hours land's Corey Union. More than 60 ofcounselingtoindividuals,couples Locke Memorial Award was pre- sented to Carol Allen and Dodie Jones for their outstanding contribu- tions to the Family Counseling Recognition of these individuals coincides with National Volunteer Week (April 22-28). Greek Street ---------------------- ---------------------- Pete Haas Day a Success By Leanne Kinney Staf!Wrier If you were around last Saturday, ·about 12:30 pm, you may have heard a crowd cheering and yelling, coming do\n Neubig Road. Saturday, April 2 I st was declared \Pete Haas Day\ in Cortland and the commotion coming from the streets was a fundraiser for the Nuscular Dystrophy Association SJlOnsored by T.K.E. Pete Haas is a T.K.E. brother with Muscular Dystro- phy. The fund raiser consisted of Pete being pushed in his wheelchair up Main Street. down Neubig Road and then aroUIJd the track for a total of25 miles. Pete completed the IOOth (and final) lap on his own. During the course of the day T.K. E. raisec:l almost $2,000 for MDA. They llad a lot of support and would especially like to thank Alph Phi and AEfl for their help during the day. Congratulations to all Greek Week intramural winners ! ! Congratulations and Good luck to all seniors! I'd likes to give a Special thanks to the following people for their time in helping me always \find a story\: Nick Amodio-Eeta Phi Epsilon Jeff Farr- Tau Kappa Epsilon Debra Glass- Delta Phi Epsilon Kendall Hardy- Delta Phi Epsilon Spaces of Cortland Storage space is available for the sam mer 10°/o discount for all students Call 756-4526 located on Rt. 13 ·i·~n~ Col·tla,nd tgma sc 1ps awar Special to the Press The Alpha Sigma Scholarship Committee has met and selected the following students to each receive $1000 scholarships this year. Ms. Jaime L. Hummell Ms. Jeanie Marie Leonard Ms. Mary -Elizabeth Ann Lindsay Mr. Richard J. Lucatuorto These students met the fo!lowing requirements: I. Recipient must be an under- graduate. full -time matriculated student, enrolled at the State Univer- sity College at Cortland. 2. Recipient must have completed at least one year at the State Univer- sity College at Cortland at the time of application. 3.Recipient must have at least one year remaining before graduation. 4. Recipients must demonstrate that they have: a. A 2.5 cumulative average or above. b. Participated in campus events. c. Demonstrate financial need (current year Financial Aid Form should be filed to document need.) d. A good moral character. e. Allqtherquali:ficatiws by equal prefererioe shall bv given to persons who were student. members, or who are direct lineal descendents of stu- dent members of Alph Sigma Soror- ity. No person shall be excluded by reason of age, race, creed, color , national origin, sex, disability, or marital status. Kappa Delta Phi announces executive board Special to the Press Kappa Delta Phi, an international Honor Society in education was founded in 1911. Organized to rec- ognize excellence in education, Kappa Delta Phi elects those to membership who exhibit the ideals of scholars~p, high personal stan- dards and promise in teaching an allied professions. An individual becomes a member of the society by invitation from the local chapter -whose members have approved the candidacy. Such an invitation is based on high academic achieve- ment, a commitment to education as a career and a professional attitude which assures the members steady growth in the field of education. Sixty-nine new members were inducted into Cortland State's Epsi- Ion Chi chapter on April 21, 1990. Members must maintain a grade point average of 3.2 or above, have at least 60 hours of course work completed (15 of which must be completed at Cortland) and have demonstrated leadership qualities on campus. The Executive Board for 1990-91 was elected April22, 1990 and consists of: President: Leanne Kinney Vice President: Sarah Ioele Secretaries: Diane Daugherty Margaret Castrigno Historian: Marianne Nessmiller Program Chair: Matt Baker Advisor: Dr. David Young --- Express· MoVing \Shippers of Student Luggage\ Serving: -ROCKLAND -WESTCHESTER -MANHATTAN -BRONX -BROOKLYN -QUEENS -LONG ISLAND . -NORTH JERSEY ; ... •., r ' ,• , _ _.,\ • PERSONALIZED DEPENDABLE SERVICE CHEAPEST RATES ANY WHERE DOOR TO DOOR . For Information and Reservations call ( 607) 724-3. ·133 ,, ' . \ .. ~ ~~ J; ........ -.~· .. .-' ••• ~--.!- • ' • • ' • ' ' 1 ~ . • . . ·. , • l' ~ ,L ~· , ··n aim not ing ado isst atr mo: you but you gro thil rigl on! one:: no1 scb wo SOil tak pe< the l : ! ter the pr< pat ho Y< elf tru w~ Ot th( do t tin el€ ' I me de Sc m• pi1 nc N~ ffil re' re ffi; A: gc bt m •th \I z~

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