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Chronicle-express. (Penn Yan, N.Y.) 1926-current, September 12, 1990, Image 17

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. AlBii ^ Him m anen w o rks U.S. Open The Chronicle-Express. Penn Van, N.Y., September 12,1990 - Page 17 PAUL SMITHS — A local stu- flt attending Paul Smith’s Col- re of Arts and Sciences was in ushii^ Meadows, for two weeks ug. 25 to Sept. 9). for the pres- ;iou 9 U.S. Open Tfennis Tburna- ent- Eric Himmanen of Branchport, student majoring in hotel and staurant management, was one a contingency of students from lul Smith’s College who worked » U.S. Open. Himmanen is the p of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Him- anenofBranchport. According to Paul Smith’s Col­ lege Professor Umothy Sullivan, the students were an integral part of the day-to-day operations for the duration of the event. “They were involved in cooking and preparing meals for the ath­ letes, judges and spectators; cater­ ing private parties; and, serving in many functions,” he said. Paul Smith’s College students have participated in providing food service at the U.S. Ibnnis Tbumament for the past four years because of a close partner­ ship developed with the Res­ taurant Services Division of Res- taurcmt Associates Corporation— traditional classroom instruction, caterer at the U.S. Open. The college operates a similar Professor Sullivan credits program annually at the Ken- Richard Cattani, president of the tucky Derby. Restaurant Services Division, and a 1964 Paul Smith’s College graduate, with incorporating students into their hectic schedule. “While working at the U.S. Open is a grueling test of one’s knowledge and experience, it gives the students a first-hand exposure to an extremely efficient Paul Smith’s College is situated on Lower St. Regis Lake, near the Village of Saranac Lake, in the Adirondack Mountains of upper New York State. “The College of the Adirondacks”, as it is com­ monly referred to, boasts an en­ rollment of approximately 800 students. The two-year, private college of- Redken Retail Center Susan Smith Hair Designs - Salon Consultant 2529 Himrod Rd. Penn Yan, NY 14527 (315) 536-8496 17 Yates 4-Hers enjoy Junior Award Trip control systems,” said Sullivan, of fers associate degrees in travel the event that draws people from and tourism, culinary arts, hotel all over the world. and restaurant management. The U.S. Open is one of several forestry, ecology and environmen- programs Paul Smith’s College is tal technology, business ad- involved with which stresses ministration, surveying, liberal hands-on training in addition to arts and several related areas. ITHACA — A group of 17 young ople and 6 adults traveled to ipsucker Woods Bird Sanctuary Ithaca on Aug. 28. as part of annual 4-H Junior Award ip- ^ morning visit to the Sap- frter Woods Bird Sanctuary and ^ of Ornithology at Cornell Uversity, gave the 4-H group a lance to stretch their legs on a Iminute nature hike. Bird Ibitats, food sources, tree and lant identification, were all part khe excursion. lAn interesting slide-tapo jesentation on “Owls — Hunters lt(ie Night\ followed the hike. ’ K lunch stop at McDonald’s eceded a swim period in the rge at Robert 'IVeman State irk in Newfield. Ihe 66 degree ater was very refreshing and the aterfall crossing was a challenge some of the 4-Hers. Many thanks to the trip drivers d chaperones — Charlotte and >b Gillespie, Karen and Kim itoann, Dawn Dennis and efin Caslick. The following 4-Hers are to be mmended for their good be- vior and attitude while on the 90 4-H Junior Award Trip: idrea Gillespie, Sarah Culver, rista Heitmann, Stephanie Mar- all, Patricia Reynolds, Stacia badal, Natalie Jensen, Rachael x>d. 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