Special to The Odessa File WATKINS GLEN, April 25, 2018 -- The Watkins-Montour Rotary Club annually accepts requests for community grants, which are funded by a variety of efforts undertaken by the Club during the year.
The grants are intended to help organizations in Schuyler County promote the quality of life in the community.
Special to The Odessa File WATKINS GLEN, April 26, 2018 -- Members of the Watkins-Montour Lions Club and guests from the Ovid-Willard Lions Club learned about service dogs for the blind at a Lions meeting on Monday, April 23 at the Watkins Glen Harbor Hotel.
Representatives from Guiding Eyes for the Blind brought two service dogs and explained about the program, which matches specially bred and trained dogs to people with visual impairments.
For information on qualifications and how to obtain an application, contact the Watkins Glen Public Library at (607)535-2346, or go to the Civil Service website at
Full job descriptions are available on the library website at on the Civil Service website.
However, the Complaint alleges, the defendants spent hundreds of millions of dollars disseminating scientific materials and advertising that misrepresented the risks of opioids’ long-term use.
Schuyler County’s lawsuit is its latest move in the attempt to hold the defendants responsible for the costs of addressing the opioid epidemic.
She is a delight to work with and she is always agreeable to pitching in when needed.” Schuyler Hospital annually gives the award in memory of the late Lou Sand to an employee who demonstrates exemplary service to others, and whose compassionate commitment of service to their fellow employees, patients, residents and community brightens the lives of those they touch -- traits exemplified by Sand.
We are so lucky to have someone with her experience and skill set to help give the best care to our patients.
Over 125 dogs have been raised in the Finger Lakes area.