Press and Sun-Bulletin from Binghamton, New York on May 8, 1993 · 29
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Press and Sun-Bulletin from Binghamton, New York · 29

Binghamton, New York
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Saturday, May 8, 1993
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asm rvJlf - r I Av hi m II mV V! ...-i.Jii-.r--" JWiUW" ' " .fwr-'-'-'"JW'M""" "'arrllolm'es7j 1; IS MUfLffi 1 r i in JTe recently asked our young readers to illustrate in pictures, or in words, just what they like to do on that first great day of spring. We hope their work inspires some smiles. .,.... , n the first great day of spring I would ask my dad if he would teach me.karote (karate). Every year he tries to get me to have a mach (match) with him. We had it last year. He won. - Danielle Lovejoy Grade 3, Candor Elementary, Candor On the first nice Spring day, I would like to ride bikes with my friend, Jessica, and feel the breeze on my face. I would like to pick flowers from the field and make a bouquet for my mom. I would like to play all day in the sun. -Emily Kabanek, age 9, Endicott On the first day of spring I plad (played) with my fes (friends) and I plad with my sistr and I went to Miks (Mike's) and we went insid (inside). Nick Hopkins, Grade 1 Nathan T. Hall school, Newark Valley S3 More letters, Page 5D JEFF BOYER GRAPHIC Historic mansion an Albany landmark Built in 1761 , the Schuyler Mansion at 32 Catherine St., Albany is a national historic landmark. The Georgian mansion of Philip schuyier, a Revolutionary War general, was the wedding site of his daughter Betsy to Alexander Hamilton. Connoisseurs of American arts will find an intriguing collection of furniture, porcelain, delftware and glassware from the Colonial and Federalperiods. The mansion is open from 1 0 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesdays through Saturdays and from 1 to 5 p.m. Sundays. Admission is free. For more information, call 518-434-0834. l sivrnrK rrrsr FOX Fcict Ffla 11 'TV f I he distance between the earth and sun varies throughout the year. During which month is the earth closest to the sun? a) October c) July b) January d) April (q - iamsuy BOB WEBER JR. SLYLOCKSAYS THIS WEEK'S ARTIST IS: NAME: Sara Sikorski, 5 ADDRESS: Newark Valley r ... J Hey kidsl Slylock Fox needs your help to brighten up his day. Here's i what you can do: '. r ! . t , Stop by the Press & Sun-Bulletin and pick up a Slylock Coloring Contest entry form. (Our office Is on the Vestal Parkway East . across from Binghamton . University.) Or if you can't get here, send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to Slylock, Press & Sun-Bulletin, Box 1270, Binghamton, NY 13902. Color the Slylock Fox cartoon on the entry form, using crayons, colored pencils or markers. We'll pick the best young artists and let them color one of our weekly Slylock cartoons (plus, we'll put your picture in the paper). Tight Squeeze . Marissa Lamphere, 1 1 , daughter of Anne and Tom Lamphere of Johnson City, met up with Harry of Many and the Hendersons during a family vacation visit in February to Universal Studios in Florida. ; Stera fow outing by wndtng i cote sntpttwt to SatwAv Irapohot, Wo ton I SuihBuMi, P.O. Bon 1270, BmoHwHon, H1 13902.

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