“The SQSPCA is celebrating our dogs and cats as they, too, prepare to move into the next phase of their lives,” the shelter wrote in a press release. “Some of the shelter’s adoptable pets are looking to join the workforce as a mouser in the home, or as an expert snuggler on the couch. Others hope to expand their knowledge through training and ‘hands-on’ learning.”
CCS GRADS CELEBRATED
At this hour, volunteers Rose Crane, right, and Nancy Potter, in top photo, hoist banners along Main Street, one for each of the 79 members of the Cooperstown Central School Class of 2020, who are graduating on June 28 in three separate ceremonies on the high school’s sports fields. Mike Donnelly, inset, one of the organizers along with wife Colleen and CCS school board member Wendy Kiuber, said there are enough light poles on Main Street, plus a few on Pioneer, to accommodate each of the 79 graduates on the congratulatory banners. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)
President Says: Let’s Celebrate Achievement!
Three ceremonies will be at 9 a.m., noon and 3 p.m. in the Alumni Field House.
“Especially now, against a backdrop of adversity and change, it is vital to remember and celebrate all that we are achieving,” said President Barbara Jean Morris. “I look forward to welcoming members of the Class of 2020 back to campus and congratulating each of them in person this summer.”