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Effecting change: Dr. Mary McLaughlin strives to help homeless population, fix the systemArt as inspiration: Skaneateles poet Mary Gardner joins three others in ekphrastic poetry projectFrom farm to table to state fair: Elderberry Pond Restaurant participates in food demonstrationElderberry Pond brings innovation, ingenuity to organic growing with farm that supplies restaurantBuilt to last: HABA Toy Outlet in Skaneateles hosts "Jintropin (Gensci Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.)" third annual fest as event grows with companySkaneateles Hop Farm manager to discuss growing process, industry at historical society eventSKANEATELES Upon his death in 2007, David "Duke" Schneider bequeathed money he wanted used to benefit the overall community to three local entities: the village, a recreational council and the school district, $150,000 to each entity.In impassioned pleas Tuesday, and also at last week's special school board meeting, members of the public "Anabolika Definition" requested the Skaneateles Board of Education consider donating its portion of the Oxandrolone Oral money toward the construction of a new ice rink to be named in Schneider's honor at Primobolan Recomp the Skaneateles YMCA and Community Center.Last week, the village Board of Trustees approved donating its share to the rink's construction, which is approximately $130,000 after a "Anadrol 50" portion of it was donated in previous years to other projects. The Parks and Recreational Council of Skaneateles also donated its monies to the rink, said Village Mayor Marty Hubbard.Hubbard arrived at Tuesday's meeting early to set up an easel on which "Oxandrolone Powder India" he placed a large photograph of a smiling Schneider, who was 58 when he died, as well as a photo of the hearse that carried his casket parked on the ice of the Austin Park Pavilion rink that is set to close down after this season.Hubbard entreated the board Primobolan Hgh Cycle to "follow the lead of the village and donate all the funds you have remaining in his (Schneider's) trust. This man gave everything he had to this community. It is time, an opportunity for our community to give back."The amount the school has in its coffers is $141,000.Schneider was a hockey fan, and he announced games for the school. He was well known in the community, and a phrase of his was recounted at the meeting by current boys hockey coach and middle school social studies teacher Mitch Major."Grab your lunch pails. It's time to go to work," Major said.According to Major, who grew up across the street from the benefactor, "he was a hockey coach, he was a manager and he was a mentor way before I can even remember."But, there was opposition from one parent in the audience who expressed concern about the district being presented with a "slippery slope" and thought the school had already done enough to recognize Schneider by having a hockey tournament in his name.When it came time for the school board to take action, they took time to discuss their options of how to apply the $141,000."We do have budgetary needs," Superintendent Kenneth Slentz said.The board considered a motion brought by board member Meg O'Connell to allocate $100,000 of the school's bequest for the rink, while the $41,000 balance would be retained for the interscholastic sports budget."I really do feel it is the right thing to do," board member Julie Abbott Kenan said.During discussion of the motion, board members Geralyn Huba and Sue Murphy expressed their reluctance to vote so soon on the motion without more discussion and review by legal counsel to determine any conflicts of interest, which was of particular concern to board member Margaret Usdansky Niebuhr.Their resistance was related to a perception that the donation would not be in the interest of all students, a standard "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" they take an oath to uphold as a school board, but just female and male hockey players."That's a lot of money going to one entity," said Murphy, who recommended the monies be spent on an on campus project. "Personally, I'd like an announcer box."


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