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Lucy Scillia Scholarship Available to Graduating Orange Seniors

Applications are now open for the Lucia Scillia Scholarship, a $1,000 award sponsored by the Friends of the Case Memorial Library.  The Lucy Scillia Scholarship is available to a graduating high school senior who is a resident of Orange. Lucia Scillia devoted much of her life to instilling a love of rea...
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Friends of the Case Memorial Library Scholarship

  Applications for the 2017 Lucy Scillia Scholarship are now available at the Case Memorial Library.  Given by The Friends of the Case Memorial Library, the $1000 scholarship is awarded annually to Orange resident who is a senior in any area high school and is planning to further his/her education...
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Mary L. Tracy Special Ed Program Receives Donation

Mary L. Tracy Special Ed Program Receives Donation

On January 17th, Mrs. Chyeon Ock Lee donated $1230 to the special education program of the Mary L. Tracy School.  The proceeds came from a knitting exhibition at the Case Memorial Library that Mrs. Lee held, featuring knitted dolls that she knitted herself.  Mrs. Lee began knitting in the summer of 2015...
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Amity Adult & Continuing Education Spring Classes Set to Begin

This spring there are several new courses to choose from, as well as many standard favorites.  To view the full catalog, and to register online, simply log onto www.AmityAdultEd.ce.eleyo.com. A sampling of new courses being offered this spring include:  Watercolor Painting; Business Brokerage; Healthy C...
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Drug Enforcement Officials Address Heroin Epidemic

Drug Enforcement Officials Address Heroin Epidemic

Prevention Stressed to Amity HS Students   Prevention is the best recourse to heroin addiction was the message from FBI and Drug Enforcement Administration officials, the mental health community and even former addicts who addressed an audience at Amity Regional High School last month.  The group p...
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