The parameters of gift giving around my family: no clutter. Something good to eat or drink? Sure. A book to read in print or on a digital platform? Good. And, music: tickets to a concert, a gift certificate to download, or an old-fashioned cd. Thank...
There are still gift tags on many Angel Trees in Canton, including this one in the student center at SLU. The unwrapped gifts are due at the Church and Community Program by December 10th. Photo: Todd Moe
Dec 05, 2013 — A holiday tradition that's provided toys and clothing for needy families in the Canton area for decades continues this season. The Angel Tree tags, organized by the Canton Church and Community Program, are available on Christmas trees at local businesses, participating churches in Canton and the St. Lawrence University and SUNY Canton student centers. Over 250 children in Canton, Hermon, Clare, Dekalb, Russell and Rensselaer Falls will be served.
Organizer Pat Alden says, like similar programs in other communities, taking and fulfilling an Angel Tree tag helps provide a much brighter holiday for area children. Anyone looking for a tag can call Pat at 854-8130.Go to full article
Plattsburgh, NY, Dec 07, 2009 — Gardeners are practical, even when it comes to holiday gifts. Few like to receive something that will just sit on a shelf. But buying the perfect gift for a gardener can be a challenge. With that in mind, Todd Moe talks with horticulturist Amy Ivy about some gift ideas. Go to full article
Dec 18, 2006 — Finding gifts for gardeners should be easy. There's always a new tool or a gadget they'd like to try. Horticulturist Amy Ivy has some suggestions for gardening gifts. She spoke with Martha Foley. Go to full article
Mar 17, 2006 — The New York State Lobbying Commission has enacted one of the toughest in the nation gift restrictions for lobbyists who provide dinners, stadium tickets, or other complementary services to legislators. Karen DeWitt reports. Go to full article
Dec 12, 2005 — Tool madness hits the gardneing industry, offering gift-givers a host of choices. Horticulturist Amy Ivy helps sort through the array of tools and gadgets available this season. Go to full article