Hits & Misses: Tubman on the $20, Auburn small business closes, musicians assist Auburn YMCA | Editorial


Harriet Tubman could a single day seem on $20 expenses.

Hit: We were fairly happy on Monday to hear the new White Dwelling Push Secretary, Jen Psaki, say that the Treasury Section is resuming its function to put the impression of Harriet Tubman on a redesigned $20 bill. The thrust to honor Tubman on U.S. forex experienced acquired steam with the backing of former President Barack Obama’s administration, but the strategy experienced fallen out of sight publicly around the past several years. “It can be vital that our notes … replicate the history and range of our country, and Harriet Tubman’s impression gracing the new $20 be aware would surely mirror that,” Psaki stated.

Pass up: The economic downturn brought on by the coronavirus pandemic has claimed another company with the closure of Dance Corridor Antiques. Operator Tom Patterson claimed that right after remaining shut from March via October 2020 it just was not economically possible to retain going. He will skip interacting with shoppers, he claimed, but the “pandemic just took its toll.”

Hit: Accomplish 4 Reason, an Auburn-based youth audio corporation, will hold a digital fundraiser to support Auburn YMCA-WEIU’s youth scholarships. The celebration will involve movie performances of Beatles music, with donations being accepted from Feb. 1 as a result of March 7 for scholarships in memory of previous CEO Jim Courtney and former Executive Director Steve Komanecky, who the two died this calendar year. The films will be viewable at complete4objective.org or facebook.com/conduct4goal. For far more info, phone Margaret Liberatore at (315) 729-7605 or go to execute4objective.org.