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Post Script (Paul Smiths, N.Y.) 1946-2003, September 29, 1978, Image 1

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A l u M N i A r r I v e T h i s W e e U e n c J The Annual Paul Smith's College Alumni Weekend be­ gins on Friday, Sept 29th. Alumni Asso­ ciation President Robert Ringrose, Ca Class of 1954, has announced the sched­ ule of events includ­ ing programs sched­ uled for the campus and The Saranac. On Friday afternoon Alumni are invited to check in at the Alumni office on campus anytime but early registration will take place at The Saranac commenc­ ing at 7 pm. A General Alumni Reunion Party will run concurrently as Alumni return throughout the evening. Saturday morning, September 30th, the scene shifts back to Paul Smith’s The Alumni Office is open for check- Bost in at 9 am. Regis­ tration will take place all morning at the Forestry Cabin. Saga Food Service is serving a Brunch for Alumni in Currier from 10 am to Noon. The Annual Meeting of the Association of Alumni takes place at Koon in the Forestry Cabin. President Thomas Stainback *48 will welcome all Alumni and. especially those members of his class returning for the first 30th Reunion ever at Paul Smith's college. There will be a general business session of the Alumni Association; election of members to the Alumni Council; and install­ ation of the 1978- 1979 Officers. continued on Column! S c r i p t Vol. 31 No. 2 not an after thought Sept. 29 78 The Qreal S l f f c g i s Owen-up ^ m F i r a t & e & t r y F i e l d T r i p On Sunday, Sept. 24, Alpha Phi Omega, the National Service organization on Paul Smith's College campus climed St. Regis Mountain to clear the Peak and trail of unsightly ntcer. The crew of eight men collec­ ted approximately sixty pounds of cans, bottles, broken glass, paper and foil wrappers, to promote campus and community aware­ ness of the litter problem along the heavily used trails in our area. The Forestry De­ partment of Paul Smith's College will be conducting its first Forestry field trip this coming January during the winter-term period. The field trip is open to all second year forestry stu­ dents enrolled on a full-time basis at Paul Smith’s College. The trip is scheduled to run for two weeks from January 7-21, 1979. We will be visiting a number of prominent private industries where you will be able to view professional foresters at work, see new plan­ ting, harvesting, and silvicultural techniques, and to talk with the relat­ ed personnel con­ cerning their jobs and opportunities for yourselves. For your in­ formation, T have worked up a cost estimate which will go toward funding the trip. You will pay for transportation and your lodging through the school. Meals will be purchased by youselves while on the trip. Each company has offered to provide lunch during the tour of the facilities, so this cost of meals to you will be minimal. A break-down of your costs t a * tuition i (3 cre­ dits ).... ?$60/credit $ 1 8 0 . b. lodging t (primarily in n-.otels I have contacted various motels and we will be able to get group rates which average $8 a night) .... $112 C-ortVinuGcl ofl 5 Colunrvn 1

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