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IHC Class of '79 Gathers


 


Posted: July 19, 2014

The Immaculate Heart Central Class of 1979 recent gathered in Watertown for their 35th class reunion.

 

 

New Vineyard Teaching Site

Front (kneeling): Jaclyn P. Coyle, Watertown.
First Row L-R: Patrick Leibacher, Evans Mills; Heather D. Fargo, Carthage; Melissa A. Weber, Fort Drum; Tory L. Cooley, Clayton; Julie Purpura Hosbach (center), JCC instructor and winery program coordinator; Bonnie M. Schmid, Fabius; Jennifer L. Fraser, Carthage.
Back Row L-R: Shawn M. Bush, Evans Mills; Connor G. Crill, Lowville; Robert C. Hunt, Three Mile Bay; Katelyn M. Dawley, Carthage.

 


Posted: July 19, 2014

Jefferson Community College (JCC) students in the winery management & marketing program broke ground on May 14 on the College’s new vineyard teaching site. This venture, a first in Northern New York, represents a partnership between the College and Black River Agricultural Research Site LLC. The one-acre vineyard, planted with approximately 175 vines, will serve as an experimental and instructional site for Jefferson’s winery management and marketing program.

As an instructional site, JCC students will receive hands-on experience in vineyard management. “Northern New York’s unique climate is ideal for growing the newly developed cold-hardy varieties developed by the University of Minnesota that can withstand temperatures that can drop into the -30’s; such as Frontenac, Frontenac Gris, Frontenac Blanc, Marquette and La Crescent,” said Julie Hosbach, JCC’s winery program coordinator. “These recently introduced grape varieties not only thrive in cold weather, but they are also winning acceptance throughout the wine world as demonstrated by their dramatic growth in sales and award-winning performances in wine competitions.”

Students in the program will experience the phases of cultivation as well as overall vineyard management of these new varieties. The initial planting consisted of approximately 175 vines of Frontenac, Frontenac Gris, Frontenac Blanc, Marquette and La Crescent varieties, which will take a couple of years to grow and produce fruit. When fruit production reaches normal crop levels, enology students will be able to harvest the grapes and use the juice for winemaking. “This vineyard represents an exciting new phase for our winery management & marketing program and I am delighted Jefferson students will have this opportunity for more hands-on learning,” said Hosbach.

The winery management and marketing certificate program at JCC, established in August 2012, provides learning opportunities for students wishing to pursue a career in the diverse northern New York wine industry from viticulture to winemaking to retail management. In addition to the one-year certificate program, students may also choose to pursue an associate in applied science (A.A.S) degree in hospitality and tourism with a concentration in winery management and marketing. There are five courses specific to the winery management and marketing concentration and include Introduction to Winery Operations, Winery Management and Marketing, Wine Appreciation and Selection, Viticulture and Enology. Students are also encouraged to participate in an internship with a local winery as part of their course requirements.

Fall classes at Jefferson Community College begin August 25, 2014. For more information on JCC’s winery management and marketing programs, visit www.sunyjefferson.edu or contact Julie Purpura Hosbach at (315) 786-2348.
 

 

Sackets Teen Completes
Cadet Boot Camp


 


Posted: July 19, 2014

13-year-old Kavanagh WC Oliver, son of Kevin & Dara Oliver of Sackets Harbor, recently completed US Sea Cadet Corp Boot Camp held on Fort Drum.
The two-week course was a chance for recruits 12-18 years of age to participate in the Sea Cadet Training. At the graduation ceremony held at Camp Clark in Evans Mills, fifty Cadets graduated, but only Cadet Oliver was given the distinct privilege of being selected Most Improved Recruit. His grandfather, David Bulterman, Sr. of Alex Bay and grandmother, MaryAnn Oliver of Dexter where also present at the graduation along with his parents and sister, Delaney.

 

 

Certification Course Completed


 


Posted: July 19, 2014

The Overhead Door Co. of Watertown announces that Ray Lepper and John Tripp have successfully completed a Rolling Fire Door Certification Course, and are the area’s first and only Certified Steel Fire Door technicians by the Institute of Door Dealer Education and Accreditation (IDEA).
 

 

Concordia Supports Critical Needs


 


Posted: July 19, 2014

Concordia Lutheran Church, Watertown, recently made a $5,000.00 donation to the Critical Needs of the Watertown Urban Mission. Pictured (left to right) are Linda Mooney, Erika Flint, Ginny Hasseler and Pastor Paul D. Luisi.

 

 

Watertown American Little League
Wins District Championship


 


Posted: July 8, 2014

Watertown American little League won its first district championship since 1992. Ryan Peters pitched 5 1/3 great innings and Caleb Conway added a two-run home run in the 5th to grab the win from a tough South Jefferson team. They now move on to Syracuse for the state tournament on July 12.

 

 

Robbie Horton Memorial
Golf Tournament Raises $5,000


 


Posted: July 8, 2014

The annual Robbie Horton Memorial Golf Tournament was a huge success again this year. $5,000 was raised and will be donated to the REACH organization to help fund research for Hydrocephalus in Robbie's memory.

Pictured are volunteers who helped make the event a success. Many thanks to those who sponsored golf holes, made donations and raffle baskets and to all the family and friends of Robbie's who participated in the tournament.

 

 

Annual Tibbets Point Run/Walk
July 20 in Cape Vincent


 


Posted: July 3, 2014

Over 200 people from many parts of North America are expected to participate in the Annual Tibbetts Point Run and Walk in historic Cape Vincent on Sunday, July 20, 2014.

Cape Vincent is the gateway between Lake Ontario and the beautiful 1000 Islands, where the sun shines most days, the air is invigorating, and the scenery is breathtaking. The whole region in northern New York State, the St. Lawrence River, and Canada’s Ontario, is far more than fishing, boating or a summer party place – it’s great for running and walking.

The Course is one of the most spectacular in northern New York State. It all happens at the point where Lake Ontario meets the St. Lawrence Seaway dividing the United States and Canada. The main event, the 10 kilometer run will see participants plying their way past historic stone houses and churches in Cape Vincent’s center, along the route that flanks the picturesque St. Lawrence River to the much photographed Tibbett’s Point Lighthouse, which is the 5K point. There the runners turn back towards downtown. All events start and finish at the Cape Vincent Recreation Park on 602 South James Street, Cape Vincent.

The events are organized by the Cape Vincent Chamber of Commerce. Executive Director, Shelley Higgins, says the course is flat and fast, and the sunshine and the fresh air coming off the lake create an ideal place for the event.

The Chamber is also organizing a 5K run and walk on the course which follows the same route turning back mid-way to Tibbetts Point. A permanent trophy is maintained in Cape Vincent with the names of the female and male winners of the 5K and 10K runs. Ribbons will be awarded to first, second and third place male and female finishers in various age categories.

Pre-registration is $20.00 US and Canadian. Race day is $25.00. T-shirts, commemorating the event will be given to the first 100 participants pre-registered. Ribbons will also be awarded to the top three finishers in the 1K Fun Run.

Registration forms are available by contacting the Cape Vincent Chamber of Commerce at 315-654-2481 or by going to the website at www.capevincent.org  where you can print out a registration form. Registration is also available online at www.runsignup.com  This year the race will be professionally timed by Yellow Jacket Racing from Rochester.

The Tibbetts Point Run was initiated over 35 years ago by Jerry LeTendre and Jerry Mahrer whose children participated in subsequent runs, and grandchildren run today. Cape Vincent has a strong French heritage. Napoleon Bonaparte was supposed to have taken refuge there from the havoc in Europe. The historic Tibbett’s Point Lighthouse stands as a sentinel to ships plying the St. Lawrence Seaway, either coming from or going into Lake Ontario. Runners coming from out of town should consider spending time in Cape Vincent, not just to visit the Lighthouse, but also see the Fisheries Research Station and Aquarium, or do some fishing, or even take the ferry to visit Canada’s picturesque Wolfe Island.

 

 

Zoom Event Benefits Zoo


Pictured in the photo are Ed Hurley (Highway Legends, Vice President), Gary Barber (Highway Legends, Member), Louis the Otter (Thompson Park Zoo, Anthropomorphic Otter), Rick Mentry (Highway Legends, President), Cathie MacNeil (Highway Legends, Secretary), and Kurt Hunt (Thompson Park Zoo, Public Relations and Marketing Director).

 


Posted: June 21, 2014

On June 14, 2014 the Thompson Park Zoo hosted its 6th annual Zoom event. During the event, members of the Highway Legends Car Club presented the Zoo with a check in the amount of $5,000.

This gracious donation was the result of funds raised during the recent Two Nations Car Show 1000 Islands Extravaganza held May 16-18. The Zoo is incredibly thankful for the support provided by the Highway Legends Car Club.

 

JCC Recognition


Retirees are pictured here with college president, Carole A. McCoy, following the Recognition Ceremony at Jefferson Community College held on May 2, 2014.
(left to right) Kenyon Wells of Sackets Harbor; John T. Gould of Watertown; Carole A. McCoy, JCC President; Mary E. Loftus of Watertown; and Mary M. Newman of Watertown
Retirees not pictured: Debra J. Felice of Watertown; Jeffrey A. Landy of Henderson Harbor; DeEtte M. Marshall of Chaumont; Elaine C. Welch of Watertown.

Jefferson Community College faculty and staff were recognized for milestone years of service to the college on May 2 during its annual Recognition Celebration. Pictured above are Jeffrey A. Moore of Dexter (left), computer programmer, and Raymond E. Petersen of Redwood (right), professor of political science, recognized for 30 years of service to the college.

Jefferson Community College faculty and staff were recognized for milestone years of service to the college on May 2 during its annual Recognition Celebration. Pictured above is John F. Penrose, professor of chemistry, and Juliana A. Eames, typist, both of Watertown, recognized for 35 years of service to the college.

 


Posted: June 21, 2014

Jefferson Community College (JCC) observed the retirement of eight faculty and staff and honored those for milestone years of service to the College at Jefferson’s annual Recognition Celebration held on Friday, May 2, 2014. Combined years of service to the College total 565.

The Spirit of Jefferson Award, bestowed to a campus team that exemplifies cooperative effort and achieves exemplary results, was presented to the JCC Relay for Life team. Since its inception in 2003, the JCC Relay for Life team has raised more than $60,000 and continues to grow adding new faculty, students and community members each year. The JCC Relay for Life team was selected from among six nominations.

Retirees are:

Debra J. Felice, of Watertown, was first hired at Jefferson as a part-time adjunct instructor of physical education in 1981. During this time, Felice was instrumental in the development of the JCC women’s soccer program and coached women’s softball, soccer and volleyball teams. In 1993, she was appointed as permanent physical education instructor, promoted to assistant professor in 1997 and is set to retire in August after more than twenty years of service to Jefferson.

John T. Gould, of Watertown, joined the NYS Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at JCC in 1987 as a business counselor. He was promoted to business advisor in 1997 and promoted again in 2009 to the position of senior business advisor. Gould has been at the helm of teaching Jefferson’s entrepreneurship course since its inception ten years ago. He retired in May after twenty-seven years of service to JCC’s campus and the North Country business community.

Jeffrey A. Landy, of Henderson Harbor, joined the college as a senior custodian in 2006 and retired from this position in May. Landy was responsible for supervising the midnight shift of custodians and cleaners at JCC and overseeing cleaning and floor care, snow removal and recycling activities during the 10:00 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. timeframe.

Mary E. Loftus, of Watertown, was hired by Jefferson right out of high school, and after thirty-seven years of service, she retired in February from the position of typist for the Jefferson Community College Foundation. Loftus was responsible for many day-to-day activities of the JCC Foundation and college development office including working closely with donors, gift entry and acknowledgment letters, and collaborating with the financial aid office regarding scholarships.

DeEtte M. Marshall, of Chaumont, was teaching Spanish courses for Jefferson’s concurrent enrollment program, EDGE, at Pulaski High School in 2001 when she was appointed as instructor of languages at the college. In 2004, Marshall was promoted to assistant professor and in 2010 promoted again to associate professor. In addition to serving as JCC’s only full-time languages instructor, Marshall served as the liaison with foreign language EDGE instructors. She retired in December.

Mary M. Newman, of Watertown, was first appointed to a permanent position at Jefferson as library clerk in 1983. In 1991, Newman joined the student activities office as the first assistant director of student activities and cultural affairs where she worked for the next twenty years. During her tenure at Jefferson, she served twenty years as advisor to the Tau Xi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society for two-year colleges. In 2011, Mary was appointed as alumni development officer, and it is from this position she will retire in June with thirty-one years of service to the college.

Elaine C. Welch, of Watertown, came to Jefferson in 1989 as an account clerk in the Bursar’s office. In 1998, she transferred to financial operations and in 2002 was promoted to senior account clerk responsible for accounts payable and weekly payroll for the college. It is from this position that Welch retired in December after twenty-four years of service to the college. During her tenure at Jefferson, Welch earned her certificate in accounting from the college.

Kenyon Wells, of Sackets Harbor, joined the college in 1995 as a library clerk. In 1998, he was promoted to senior library clerk and to library automation coordinator in 2004. He is responsible for ordering and processing new books, periodicals and serials subscriptions; copy cataloging and original cataloging in the Library of Congress classification system, and preparing all new library materials for inclusion in the library’s integrated library system. It is from this position that Wells will retire in June with twenty years of service to the college.

Jefferson Community College recognized these current employees for years of service:

Five Years: Andrew Burgess, Rachel Chubb, Lisa Cooley, Latasha Elder, Wesley Hissong, Marlene Johnson, Cynthia Lonsbary, Stacy Pratt, Gina Reid, Julie Roy, Brandi Williams

Ten Years: Mariya Clemons, Vicki Mattingly, Kimberlee Mattraw, William McMahon, Heather O’Brien, April Parris, Natalie Spooner, John Thomas

Fifteen Years: Joshua Dickinson, Linda Dittrich, Constance Holberg, Robyn Rhyner, Oliver Youst

Twenty Years: Suzanne Fleming, Monica LeClerc, Mary Root, Donna Stevenson, Judy Traynor

Twenty-Five Years: Jack Donato, Jerilyn Fairman, Michele Gefell, Donald Horton, Sharon Zaffarano

Thirty Years: Jeffrey Moore and Raymond Petersen

Thirty-Five Years: Juliana Eames and John Penrose

 

 

Washington Street Properties
Honored at Chicago Event


 


Posted: June 21, 2014

The management team from Washington Street Properties traveled to Chicago on June 13, 2014 after being nominated as one of four finalists in the Real Estate Company of the Year category at the American Business Awards. While there, we took to the Gold trophy for our achievements.


The following is a link to an interview with the owner of the company after receiving the award:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4ijPbcu7jA

 

 

Legion Officers


 


Posted: June 21, 2014

Incoming officers for the upcoming year 2014-2015 for the American Legion Family are: left to right: John Farrell, Jefferson County Sons Commander; Jamie McGuire, Jefferson County Auxiliary President and Philip Seybert, Jefferson County American Legion Commander.

 

Clayton Auxiliary Officers


 


Posted: June 21, 2014

Pictured are incoming Clayton Unit 821 Auxiliary Officers: Front left to right: Fran Dartnell, Unit President; Joanne Leyland-Huff, 1st Vice and Grace Seybert, honorary 5th District President; Back left to right: Rebecca Pacific, Sergeant-at-arms; Melissa Driffill, Secretary/Treasurer; Lois Huntley-Seybert, 2nd Vice and Golda Mellon, Chaplin

 

Lewis County Boys Team Takes First Place


 


Posted: June 21, 2014

Lewis County Boys Slow Pitch Softball team took first place in the Annual Firefighters vs. Police Softball Tournament in Oswego Saturday, June 14, 2014 held annually to benefit youth programs.

Team members are local residents from various local law enforcement agencies, including Lewis County Sheriff’s Office, New York State Police, Lowville Village Police Department, New york State Corrections, and others. The travelling trophy will be held at the Lewis County Public Safety Building until next year’s tournament.
 

 

Nurse Pinning Ceremony Held at JCC


First row (l-r): Rachael A. Kaban, Lowville; Ailice N.S. Gundayao, Watertown; Kristin P. Michalewicz, Calcium; Jessica M. Steele, Adams; Mandy L. Cervantez, Depauville; Amanda L. DeFoe, Adams; Laura D. DeNardo, Watertown

Second row (l-r): Timothy J. Lehman, Watertown; Joyce E. James, Carthage; Kristie R. Ames, Watertown; Ashley D.M. Banaszak, Fort Drum; Heather DaSilva, Dexter; Courtney M. Gould, Cape Vincent; Danielle S. Fuller, Williamstown; Marc D. Beck, Watertown

Back row (l-r): Sherri-Jo Harris, Antwerp; Allison L. McNulty, Watertown; Mandy E. Kray, Evans Mills; Lori A. Guerriero, Dexter; Brianne M. Gonseth, Watertown

Photo Compliments of Burns Photography

 


Posted: June 14, 2014
Jefferson Community College (JCC) held its annual Pinning Ceremony for graduates of the College’s nursing program on May 15, 2014 in the College’s Sturtz Theater. Twenty candidates for the Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in nursing were eligible to take part in this special program.

The “Pinning Ceremony” is a time-honored tradition at all institutions of higher education that offer degrees in nursing. The ceremony is symbolic of the transition from a student to entry into nursing as a profession. The pin is designed to be unique to each school of nursing. After being “pinned”, each student recites Florence Nightingale’s pledge.

During the Pinning Ceremony, JCC nursing students were honored for their outstanding achievements with the presentation of various awards.

The Debra R. Marsala Excellence in Nursing Award, bestowed upon an individual who demonstrates dedication, excellence and passion for the profession of nursing, was awarded to Mandy E. Kray, Evans Mills.

The Mercy Hospital School of Nursing Alumni Award, established to honor a senior nursing student who exemplifies excellence in caring and providing service to the sick, was awarded to Rachael A. Kaban, Lowville.

Ailice N.S. Gundayao, Watertown, was the recipient of the Marion Brennon Personal Growth in Nursing Award, bestowed upon an individual who perseveres in the nursing program while overcoming many personal challenges along the way.

The North Country Professional Nurses Association District 6 Award, bestowed upon an individual who demonstrates commitment to the nursing profession and leadership in a professional organization, was awarded to Timothy J. Lehman, Watertown.

Kristin P. Michalewicz, Calcium, was the recipient of the Samaritan Medical Center HEART Award which recognizes a student who consistently incorporates compassion and comfort measures during his/her care for patients.

The STAR Award in Memory of Dr. Walter S. Atkinson, bestowed upon an individual who has demonstrated clinical and academic excellence and has consistently performed at the highest level, was awarded to Lori A. Guerriero, Dexter.

Seven nursing students recognized for being inducted into JCC’s Tau Xi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the official international honor society for community colleges, are Amanda L. DeFoe, Adams; Laura D.DeNardo, Watertown; Lori A. Guerriero, Dexter; Sherri-Jo Harris, Antwerp; Rachael A. Kaban, Lowville; Mandy E. Kray, Evans Mills; and Timothy J. Lehman, Watertown.
 

 

Heather Freeman Foundation Supports Zoo


 


Posted: June 14, 2014

The Heather A. Freeman Foundation recently presented the Zoo with a check for $5000 in memory of Heather Freeman. The check was presented by Sandra Macy (HAFF) to Kurt Hunt and Jed Wallis (Thompson Park Zoo).

The Butterfly House at the Thompson Park Zoo was built in 1997; spearheaded by Watertown pediatrician Dr. Alfred Gianfagna and his family. In early 2008, a blizzard caused severe damage to many of the wonderful exhibits at the Zoo, including the Butterfly House.

The Heather A. Freeman Foundation was established in January 2008 following the tragic death of Heather Freeman due to a motorcycle accident on August 19, 2007. Heather loved sunflowers, blue skies and butterflies. The family and friends of Heather thought it would be a fitting tribute to repair the exhibit and dedicated it to her memory in 2008. In 2011 in the Heather A. Freeman Foundation happily took over this yearly endowment. The donated funds are used to purchase live pupae (chrysalises), make improvements, increase staffing, and purchase native plants and flowers to beautify the exhibit.

The Butterfly House is home to numerous free flying at native species of butterflies and allows guests to encounter the insects in an environment that is safe for the butterflies. The exhibit also increases awareness of natural habitats in which butterflies thrive, the species can be observed engaging in many of their natural behaviors, including feeding on flower nectar or ripe fruit, drinking from puddles and basking in sunlight. With the support of our amazing community, Heather A. Freeman Foundation has been able to contribute $12,000 thus far to the upkeep and beautification of the Heather A. Freeman Butterfly House at the Thompson Park Zoo and are committed to keeping the butterfly house a vibrant reflection of Heather's spirit.

You can learn more about the Heather A. Freeman Foundation by visiting http://www.heatherafreemanfoundation.com/
 

 

JRC Appoints Director of
Vocational Services


 


Posted: June 14, 2014

The Jefferson Rehabilitation Center is pleased to announce the appointment of Deborah A. Vink, CPA, MBA to the Director of Vocational Services and Business Development.

Deborah was previously employed at Belleville-Henderson Central School as the Business Manager, at North Country Transitional Living Services, Inc. as the Executive Director and at Samaritan Medical Center as the Chief Operating Officer and Vice President of Operations. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the position, both from the executive management level and the board level.

Deborah is active in the community, including Sunrise Rotary and the American Cancer Society (Relay for Life and Pacesetter for the annual Breast Cancer Walk). She was a former Board member of the Credo Community Center and the North Country Behavioral Healthcare Network. Previously, Deborah was on the Board of Jefferson Rehabilitation Center where she has held the position of President, on the inaugural Board of the Jefferson Rehabilitation Center Foundation, Inc. and the NYSARC Board of Governors.

“It has been a pleasure over the years working with the staff at Jefferson Rehabilitation Center as a board member and I look forward to working with the staff on a daily basis. My many years’ experience with the agency and other not-for-profits will be beneficial to me and others at the agency as I transition into my new role as Director of Vocational Services and Business Development”, said Ms. Vink. “I am extremely excited about the opportunity presented to me and I look forward to working with such a talented team of staff members.”
 

 

Jefferson County Legion Auxiliary
Members Attend ALA College


 


Posted: June 14, 2014

Members of Jefferson County American Legion Auxiliary attended ALA College last weekend (June 6-8) at Cazenovia College. This program is supported by The American Legion Auxiliary on the state level and is only one of two Departments in the country that offers the college program to its members.

This year's session had 44 graduates and they include: Debbie Atkins and Debra Swem from Carthage, Dianne Mosher from Cape Vincent and Mindy Whalen from Dexter. Dara Oliver from Sackets Harbor was the Curriculum Coordinator and was a staff member for ALA College. For more information contact www.deptny.org
 

 

Donation for Cancer Awareness


 


Posted: June 14, 2014

Madison Plummer presented a donation of $200 to Samaritan Circle of Hope Cancer Awareness Committee member, Bonnie Truedeau, RN. Madison raised the funds by organizing a student dance for her fellow 5th grade students at South Jefferson School (Wilson Building) in April.

She was inspired to hold a fundraiser soon after her mother was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. The Samaritan Circle of Hope Cancer Awareness Fund raises money to improve the health and well-being of cancer patients throughout Jefferson, Lewis, and St. Lawrence counties.
 

 

Kamide Graduates from Military Academy


 


Posted: June 7, 2014

Cadet Tyler Kamide, son of Charlie and Diane Kamide of Liverpool, and grandson of Faye and Leona Kamide (deceased), graduated from the United States Military Academy on May 28, 2014.

Kamide graduated from Liverpool High School in 2009. While at West Point, he concentrated his studies in Systems Engineering, and captained the Army Lacrosse team during the 2014 year. He was commissioned second lieutenant in the U.S. Army within the Army Corp of Engineers and will report to Fort Hood, TX for his first assignment.
 

 

New Historic Markers Dedicated


 


Posted: May 31, 2014

Dedication of two New York State Historic Markers took place at the Sackets Harbor Battlefield State Historic Site on Saturday May 24th. The replacement plaques were funded by The William G. Pomeroy Foundation. Unveiling the Fort Tompkins plaque are Foundation Executive Director Paula Miller, Site Manager Constance Barone, and Village of Sackets Harbor Trustee Barbara Boulton.

 

 

2014 Sackets Commemorative Stamp


 


Posted: May 31, 2014

The Sackets Harbor Battlefield State Historic Site’s War of 1812 commemorative postal envelope and stamp for 2014, postmarked May 29th, commemorates the USS New Orleans built in Sackets Harbor. The envelope features a line drawing of the ship and custom-made US postage stamp, a paper-cut portrait of naval architect Henry Eckford by Marina Loew. Envelopes are available at $8 each in the Site’s gift shop Wednesdays through Saturdays 10am – 5pm and Sundays 1-5.

 

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