FMCC to host Fifth Friday Speaker Series

JOHNSTOWN — The Fulton-Montgomery Community College will be hosting its Fifth Friday Speaker Series on March 29 in the Allen House on the campus. The Fifth Friday Series was the inspiration of Jerry Ryan, Fulton-Montgomery Community College Foundation Board member, according to a news release.

This month’s topic, Missing Persons and Amber Alert, will be brought to FMCC by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

The guest speakers will include:

∫ Timothy Williams, investigating supervisor for the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services.

∫ Missing Persons Clearinghouse.

∫ Special Agent David C. Fallon from the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

∫ Officer Ariel Santiago, school resource officer of the Amsterdam Police Department.

Anyone who is interested in attending is to contact the FM Foundation Office at (518) 736-3622, Ext. 8020 or e-mail: diane.boslet@fmcc.suny.edu to make a reservation. There is no charge for this event that is open to the community and lunch will be served. Space is limited.

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