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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, May 21, 1986, Image 10

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CO CM >. CD 5 \5 m O) CO at To Honor Resident The first St Camillus Salub­ rity Award Dinner will be held May 28 at the Hotel Syracuse. Salubrity, which means 'healthfulness or well-being, has been selected as the title for the award and dinner for two specific reasons Robert A Allen of Fayet- teville, who will receive the award, is being recognized for his numerous contributions to the well-being of the community and the word also applies to the contributions St Camillus has made to society Now retired, Mr Allen was named chairman of Carrier Corp in 1984 and was appointed chief executive officer in 1982 He served as Carrier president from 1981 until he was elected chairman * A mechanical engineering graduate of Princeton Univer­ sity, he joined Carrier in 1945 as a student engineer Mr Allen has made numerous contributions to community or­ ganizations He is a director of Chase Lincoln First Bank, Manufacturers Assoc of Central New York and Syracuse Opera Co He is active with State Uni­ versity of New York Upstate Medical Center, the Syracuse University School of Manage­ ment and Literacy Volunteers of America Inc Mr Allen is a member of the board of trustees of Syracuse University, LeMoyne College, Community-General Hospital, Manlius Pebble Hill School and WCNY He is regional vice chairman of the Business Coun­ cil of New York State and presi­ dent of the Greater Syracuse Chamber of Commerce He serves as senior vice president of the United Way of Central New York Inc Marketplace Route 92, Manlius 682-2222 Mostly Bears...But Also Penguin, Moose, Lambs, stc, etc. A thoughtful selection for children and collectors from: Stelff, Gund, Dakln, Fun & Fancy, Xavler Roberts, Hermann Originals, North American Bear Company, Billy Bears By Carolyn, Mary Meyer and many others ESSENTIALS fExqulslte Collection— II ~ Aesthetic and ^| Functional ~ssz f * Sharing Knowledge \f China •v .•*'••»• .j'.MTr*. v •?.<;. -,.v. !.-x-'. • 40 Robert Allen He and his wife, Vivian, have five children Proceeds from the dinner will go toward the purchase of equipment for St Camillus'new cardiac rehabilitation program The cardiac rehabilitation pro­ gram helps heart attack sur­ vivors recover and resume inde­ pendent lifestyles The dinner begins at 7.30, cocktails at 630 The Stan Col- ella Orchestra will provide music for dancing Peter E Rhodes, president of the St / Camillus Foundation board ofA directors, and board member, Robert W Giarrusso are chair­ men of the event Chris J Wit­ ting is honorary chairman of the event and will present the award to Mr Allen For more information, call Kate Brown, 488-2951 Cookout Brockway Farms Garden Club annual cookout will be held on Saturday, June 7 at the home of Mr and Mrs John Mitten in Skaneateles Chairman for the event is Mrs Dale Sutton 'Grassroots China\ is the title chosen by Dorothy and Charles Jorgensen for their talk at the annual meeting of the Fayet- teville Free Library at 8 p.m., Wednesday, May 28. The Jorgensens recently re­ turned from a year of teaching in Wenzhou, China, and will share their knowledge of life as lived by most Chinese people. Wenzou is an undeveloped city on the coast about 400 miles south of Shanghai It is newly opened to the world for trade and visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Jorgensen were the first foreigners to live there after it has been a closed city for 35 years. A former Fayetteville Library director, Mrs. Jorgen­ sen cherishes the fact that she and her husband have number one and number two resident permits. The speakers will share their unusual and personal experi­ ences. Mrs. Jorgensen corrected 1,500 themes while teaching English composition to future teachers Mr. Jorgensen taught a survey of American and British Life. kTo Exhibit Jj^Frank Goodnow of •Fayetteville will exhibit a show, titled \Watercolors-Rivera Nights,\ through June 25 at Hanover Gallery, 401 Irving Ave , Syracuse A professor in the Syracuse University School of Visual and Performing Arts, the artist is widely known as an abstract colorist. ,->- v His previous shows at Hanover Gallery, \Impressions of Italy\ in 1979 and \Watercolors. Giverny Series\ in 1983, brought to life his memories of Italian gardens, Tuscan landscapes and Monet's water lilies Dorothy and Charles Jorgensen pictured during their year of teaching at Wenzhou Teachers' College. The Chinese photographer proudly displayed this picture of the popular \foreigners\ in his studio window. Students clamored to be photographed with their \foreign\ teachers as documented in the Jorgensen scrapbook. Celebrating birth­ days and weddings, traveling with students and friends en­ hanced their year in China. Im­ agine the excitement of visiting seven cities to seek. *out former students and acquaintances from World War, Two era and finding old friends remembered them. The annual meeting is open to the local residents. All donors to the annual campaign are eligi­ ble to vote for new board mem­ bers. Nominees are Scott Beacham, Christopher Bol­ linger, Virginia R. Denton, Robert Duncanson, Ronald J. Graeff, Margaret J. Hill and Doris Raydeg!.' ^ Hand Crafted Pottery. ^ cJ\ fu£t ± EXVLCEL ±aton Formerly Hair Factory ITS HAPPENING HERE\! under new management • Permanent Waving • Computer Custom • Precision Cutting Color • Hair Removal • Manicures • Black Styling • Sculptured Nails & Nail Art Donna & Frank Are Back 4467 E. Genesee St. DeWitt Four Corner 446-3231 Mon. 11-6; Tues.-Fri. 9-8, Sat. 9-5 Walk-ms welcome For Your Gardening and Landscaping . . . BROOKSIDE GREENHOUSES Eneville Rd , Nelson, NY - just off Rt 20 - 655-3500 We're Overflowing with Plants for your Garden! • Salvia • Zinnias • Coleus • And many more annuals • Perennials • Started Muskmelon & Watermelon • Several varieties of Tomato plants • Rose Bushes ALL PLANTS fRjCjED RIGHT! 1 .Ji. JysjTA -SJJQRT miYE - Open Monday-Saturday 8:30-6:00; Sunday 9:00-4:00 New York Jet punter Dave Jennings, right, spoke at East Syracuse-Minoa High School May 15 on behalf of Gov. Mario Cuomo s \Athletes Against Drunk Driving\ pro­ gram. During his appearance at ESM, he talked with student Jeff Payne. Jennings, who joined the Jets in 1985 after many seasons with the New York Giants, has traveled extensively around the state on behalf of the governor's program. The St. Lawrence University graduate holds virtually every Giant record for punting. Athletes are used in the program because they are considered strong role models for young people, ac­ cording to its organizers. Photo/Rosalie Mastrobattisto. To Speak In Manlius Visible Percipitation.\ Justice Joseph Genova of Manlius will be host for the event. Topics likely to be covered include how the weather is predicted, what is the percentage of accuracy when making forecasts and how one becomes a meteoroligist. Lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. For lunch reservations, call the center, 682-7889, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday. Spring Concert The Syracuse Chorale Chamber Singers under-the di­ rection of Eileen Hollenbeck will present a spring concert at 8 p.m. on June 6 at the Reformed Church of Syracuse, 122& Teall Ave., Syracuse » JTii &cQncectj &«pen.ta4»ie pub- Wayne Mahar, weatherman for WSTM-TV 3, will be a guest on Speak-Up Manlius at 12:30 p.m. May 27 at the Mantilla Senior Centre. The topic will be \Chances of • Vegetable Plants- Pepper,Cabbage, Cauliflower, Broccoli. Onion Sets, Brussel Sprouts • Seed Potatoes •^Grass Seed • Shrubs & Trees he For additional information, call 457-8470

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