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Warrensburg student designs new ‘Balloon fest’ logo.

Lake stewards are on the lookout for invasive species.

The Journal congratulates the classes of 2010.

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Politicians Americade 2010’s rain separated herald start true riders from the ‘profilers’ of Champlain bridge construction By Thom Randall

By Fred Herbst CROWN POINT — To residents of the northeastern New York and western Vermont, the construction of a new Lake Champlain Bridge is much more than a huge engineering project, top officials of the two states said this week as they conducted a ground-breaking ceremony for the span. Gov. David Paterson said the event was a landmark in the lives of citizens from both states. “This is an important step in reconnecting our two states and restoring this critical link for commerce, tourism, employment, education and medical services,” he said. Vermont Gov. Jim Douglas offered similar remarks. “Those who live and work in the area surrounding the Lake Champlain Bridge share family, friends and business relationships on both sides of the lake,” he said. “The ease and timeliness of transportation across Lake Champlain is critical to their way of life and economy.” Douglas and Paterson were among a roster of federal, state and local officials at the groundbreaking ceremony, held June 8 at the base of the former bridge in Crown Point. Construction of a new $69.6 million bridge is to begin June 11. The Lake Champlain Bridge was closed last October because of safety concerns, and was demolished Dec. 28. A ferry service now links Crown Point and Addison, Vt. The new structure, which has soaring spans that reflect the trend-setting arches of the former bridge, is expected to be completed in September 2011. State Sen. Betty Little said the groundbreaking represented a turning point in area citizens’ lives.

LAKE GEORGE — Ignoring the prevailing drizzle from above, Randy Littlefield of North Berwick Maine pulled his Harley Electra-Glide into a parking lot at Roaring Brook Ranch, headquarters for Americade touring motorcycle rally last week. Parking near Ray Jenkins of Columbia Md., he asked Jenkins about a weird plastic case attached to the back of his deckedout Gold Wing. Jenkins’ cherry-red teddy bear with light-up eyes, his spiked handlebars or his “ring-of fire” wheel lighting didn’t prompt Littlefield’s curiosity; it was the five-foot case attached to a beam jutting out from his motorcycle’s axle that sparked his interest. Jenkins revealed that yes, the case carried his golf clubs, to the smiles of bystanders. “I get asked this 12 times a day,” he said. “I love Americade, and the friendliness of being around others here, whether they’re from Alabama or Montreal.” Littlefield agreed with the assessment. “Americade and Sturgis are my two favorite rallies,” he said. “Here in Lake

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Secretary of state praises locals in West Brook Park project kickoff By Thom Randall

New York Secretary of State Lorraine Cortés-Vázquez shares a quip with Lake George Town Supervisor Frank McCoy (left) and village mayor Robert Robert Blais (right) Tuesday before offering her thoughts about the pending development of West Brook Environmental Park at the southwest end of the lake. Photo by Thom Randall


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Local student pens balloon fest’s official logo WARRENSBURG — The artwork of a student at Warrensburg High School has garnered a rare honor — a logo designed by WCS Senior Kaci Contompasis has been chosen as the official logo for the 2010 Adirondack Balloon Festival. The logo, to be used on pins, shirts, advertising, and programs promoting this

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This logo, designed by Warrensburg Central Senior Kaci Contompasis, has been chosen as the official icon of the 29010 Adirondack Balloon Festival. you’d see around the Adirondacks — trees, mountains — and hot air balloons.” This is not the first achievement of Kaci’s connected with art. Kaci has recently finished illustrating 13 pages for a children’s book that’s now awaiting publication, and she prepared the graphics for the

front and back cover of the 2010 BOCES yearbook. Also, artwork of hers was included in this year ’s juried art exhibition at The Hyde Museum. Kaci said that after graduation, she plans on pursuing a career in art “It feels like my life’s on a roll at this point,” she said.

InBrief Nominations sought for historic preservation CHESTERTOWN — Adirondack Architectural Heritage is now seeking nominations for its annual historic preservation awards for structures in the Adirondacks. The agency is seeking examples of sensitive restoration, rehabilitation, and demonstrated long-term stewardship. Nominations are accepted year-round, but to be considered for a 2010 AARCH Award, nominations must be submitted by June 30. The awards luncheon will be held Monday Sept. 27 at the Mirror Lake Inn, Lake Placid. Nominations must be from someone other than the property owner. For details on our awards program see: or via email at:

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St. Cecilia’s annual golf tournament Fundraising concert of Renaissance music set A special Fathers’ Day concert of Medieval and Renaissance recorder music is set for 2 p.m. Sunday June 20 at St. Cecilia's Church in Warrensburg. The noted area group Adirondack Recorder Band, featuring Ritchie and Elaine Hensler, is to perform selections of classical ensemble music. The band will be accompanied by classical guitarist Daniel Linden on several selections. Admission to the concert is $10 and a portion of the proceeds will go to Saint Cecilia's building fund. Following the concert, strawberry shortcake will be offered for sale. In observance of Fathers Day, all Dads’ desserts are no charge. For details, contact Courtly Music at 623-2867 or

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St Cecilia's church will hold its annual Golf Tournament at 1 p.m. Sunday Aug. 15 at Cronin's Golf Resort. A donation of $95 includes greens fees, a cart, hot-dog lunch, awards, prizes and a steak dinner. For reservations, email or call Tim Morrison at 623-9461.

Baccalaureate service All area graduates-to-be and their friends and families are invited to attend the local 2010 Baccalaureate service, to be held at 7 p.m. June 24 at the Warrensburg Free Methodist Church, 250 River St. Native American Randy Phillips of the Oneida Nation will be the guest speaker. Religious leaders or those wishing to read at the service are encouraged to contact Pastor Leonard at 623-3023 or Sheila Mender 623-4606. Light refreshments will be served after the service.

Area gardens are now flourishing, and the season is upon us for weekly farmers’ markets to be showcasing a wide variety of hearty produce. Warrensburg’s Riverfront Farmers' Market, a labor of love for founder Teresa Whalen, is held 3 to 6 p.m. Fridays at Warrensburgh Mills Historic District Park, 173 River St. She;s worked not on on developing the farmers’ market, but years ago, she was one of the several local citizens who tirelessly lobbied to have the park established. This weekly market features locally grown produce, maple syrup, wine, baked goods, cheese, organic meats, poultry, eggs, plants, crafts, specialty goods. For details, contact Teresa at 466-5497. Others in the area include the Thurman Station Farmers’ Market, held 12 to 5 p.m. Wednesdays at the railroad platform and parking lot where Thurman’s railroad station once sat. At this market, you’ll find friendly conversation and local news as well as the above offerings. Similar farmers’ markets are held in North Creek from 3 to 6 p.m. Thursdays at the rail station , and in Schroon Lake 3 to 6 p.m. Mondays. Buying produce from farmers’ markets means not only that you will get the freshest produce at a reasonable price, but the items won’t have been flown across the country which creates carbon dioxide and wastes resources. Also, your money won’t go to transportation companies and middlemen, but directly to people who raise the vegetables.

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Due to popular demand, the special exhibit at the Warrensburg Museum of Local History depicting 50 years of local high school sports from the 1940s, will remain on view through Sunday June 20. This is the time period when the high school was on James Street where the Elementary School is now located.The exhibit incudes photos and descriptions of sports teams and cheerleading squads, plus statistics of the period. The museum, located in the VFW building on Main Street, is open

The annual Warrensburg High School Alumni banquet is to be held at Fort William Henry Resort on Aug. 7. This year the WCS Class of 1960 will be honored because it is the 50th anniversary of its graduation. Those who would like to attend and have not received information may pick up an alumni newsletter at the Richards Library or contact Alice Damp at 623-3618.

Free checks of your child’s car seat for safety The Warren County Sheriff's Office will conduct a free inspection of child car seats from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday June 19 at the Warrensburg Firehouse on Elm St. Studies show that as many as nine-tenths of all child car seats are improperly installed and can fail in the event of an accident. All are urged to participate, as the county sheriff’s office would like to assure the safety of local children. For details, contact officer Harry Swan at the sheriff's office. North Country Ministry is also urging all parents and caregivers to be sure their children's car seats are properly installed as they prepare for vacation travel. The agency has three certified safety inspectors who will be happy to check the child car seat for anyone who contacts North County Ministry for an appointment. The agency also has a program which can supply car seats for those who can financially qualify. For details, call 251-4460.

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DEC’s escalating fees to Americade are unjustified


s I write this column , the staff at the Inn at Erlowest is preparing for a community appreciation party they’re holding for Americade founder Bill Dutcher and his

staff. To be held Tuesday at noon, the fete is a gesture of thanks to Dutcher for continuing to choose Lake George as home base for Americade, the world’s largest touring motorcycle rally. Dutcher launched Americade in 1983, and it soon became the biggest single annual boost to the economy of the Lake George region, as well as bringing national recognition to Warren County. Recently, however, the tenure of Americade here has been threatened due to the state of New York’s escalating demands for money from Americade. The Department of Environmental Conservation rents the state’s Million Dollar Beach parking lot to Americade for its TourExpo motorcycle trade show. What began years ago as a voluntary courtesy payment to DEC of $10,000 for a parking lot that would have been empty and locked anyhow, has morphed into a mandated annual charge of $52,000 for a week’s use of the vacant lot. This spring, DEC upped the ante with a demand that Dutcher pay up to $165,000 for a week’s use of the vacant lot. Although that figure was negotiated down to $71,300, this lower figure represents a 37 percent increase over last year. Additionally, DEC officials have told Dutcher the charge will be boosted by yet another $15,000 next year. Faced with such an increase in expenses, Dutcher has said he was considering moving Americade to Vermont, which apparently would gladly host the rally without such punitive charges. He said Monday Americade’s staying in Lake George for 2011, but fu-

ture years are still in question because of the state’s demands. This increase in charges by DEC is not only unjustifiable, it’s lunacy on behalf of state officials — and it demonstrates a disturbing lack of clout on behalf of our legislators, reflected in their inability to curb runaway government excesses. A SUNY study several years ago concluded Americade brought $43 million or so into the local economy. Even if you slash the $43 million estimated Americade local impact by three-quarters, the state is earning $400,000 in sales tax annually from expenditures by Americade attendees. Warren County reaps nearly as much in their local sales tax share, plus about $200,000 annually in bed tax money. While a DEC officials defend the increased charge based on what they might receive if they rented each individual parking space, such a claim isn’t reasonable since the lot would be vacant anyway, and they should be boosting economic activity, not squashing it. It makes absolutely no sense for our state government to chase such a revenue generator out of state over a $15,000 increase in rental fees from an empty parking lot. When hearing about the state’s escalating demands from Americade, Warren County leaders were outraged. They proclaimed that losing Americade would constitute an economic calamity for taxpayers. They’re right. The legendary rally not only provides the tax revenue and the $40 million-plus annual windfall to local businesses — that need it desperately — but it boosts employment for hundreds of local residents.

In addition, the impact of Americade is surely even greater than the figures indicate. Each year, up to 50,000 motorcyclists from all over the continent visit the Lake George region for Americade, and many of them become enamored with the area’s offerings enough to make return visits, which also generate revenue. Lake George motel owner Salim Amersi recognizes how important Americade is to the By Thom Randall local economy. He generously offered to pay Americade the $15,000 increase in DEC fees to assure that Dutcher would keep his rally in Lake George. Such an offer is laudable, but it shouldn’t be necessary. The state should not be levying unjustified charges on businesses — particularly ones that provide such huge benefits to the area economy. Hopefully, local officials and businesses will be successful in lining up an alternate, free site for TourExpo for 2011 and beyond and we can retain Americade, which most all of us embrace. Meanwhile, the state should abandon their unreasonable demand for additional cash. They should be reducing wasteful spending to make up their $10 billion deficit, rather than looking towards business enterprises to pony up.

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In recognition of the 1757 Siege of Fort William Henry which lies at the Southern most end of Lake George, the Lake George Regional Chamber of Commerce is hosting our fourth annual “Lake George Region Restaurant Week.” Each of the below participating restaurants will be offering a

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•100 Years Ago – June, 1910• Wonders of wireless telegrams, flying machines Mark the wonderful progress of our modern age in this 20th century: Air flights on heavy machines, telegrams without wires, terrible war inventions to kill our fellow man.

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Revolvers were drawn on Friday June 24, 1910 in a disturbance incident at a strike of the quarrymen employed by the Glens Falls Portland Cement Co. at Glens Falls. About 50 men, mostly Italians and Syrians, struck for more wages. Some of the men attempted to go to work and were prevented from doing so by the strikers. Deputy Sheriff Hackett drew a revolver on a man who attempted to hit him with a rock and other officers were compelled to draw revolvers when the mob closed in on them. The trouble was settled when the company agreed to give the men a slight increase in wages.

More than 25 men employed by contractor C.J. Reardon have begun work on the state road in the village of Lake George. M.H. Bitely is foreman. Preparations under the direction of John Anderson Jr. of Newcomb are being made at Riverside to begin the new state road there. The Stanley farm house has been enlarged for a boarding house for the workmen and the barns remodeled to accommodate the teams. The machinery is on hand and the road is being marked out. The laws of New York state provide that when an automobile overtakes a team of horses, the team driver shall as soon as practicable turn to the right, so as to allow free passage of the automobile on the left. Many drivers do not understand this and will turn their horses to the left in front of the automobile, causing confusion and sometimes accidents or death.

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Ed Smith, the popular Adirondack Hotel clerk and W.U. Osborne of Poughkeepsie, who is staying in Warrensburgh at the hotel (now Rite Aid location), enjoyed an auto ride to Schroon Lake and back on Sunday, June 26, 1910, in Senator James Emerson’s big touring car. They made the return trip in just over an hour and Ed says there were times the scenery appeared blurred because they were going so fast and he had that empty-in-the-pit of his stomach feeling all the way home.

Driving at night with no lights, lady sent flying Mrs. Charles Miller, of Minerva, was seriously bruised Monday night, June 27, 1910, when a rig in which she and her husband and their daughter, Mabel were riding, was struck by an automobile driven by Dr. Brush of North Creek. Mrs. Miller was thrown to the ground and was seriously bruised, but no bones were broken. The accident occurred about midnight at a point near where the road goes along the outskirts of Bank’s Woods. The auto struck the wheel of the rig and both the machine

Field strawberries are a failure this year on account of the late freeze. Fruit trees have also suffered much from the frost but the Orange Hawk weed seems to thrive with the cold and there is a guarantee of a big crop of this pest. Complaints are being heard relative to bicycle riding on town sidewalks as several people have been run into. Notice: “All persons are hereby forbidden to trespass on my land, neither hunting nor berrying permitted under penalty of the law.” — Lyman Stark. (Note: Stark’s land was directly across today’s Route 9 from the landfill road. He lived in a shack next to the road and dug at his “gold mine” further up the hill for many years but I never found any record that he ever discovered anything of any value.) Fred M. Harrington is building a retaining wall on the south side of his ice pond on Oak St. (Note: Before it was filled in, this little pond was a popular place for winter ice skating many years ago.) Mrs. Joseph Bruno of west Warrensburgh died of Bright’s Disease, June 6, 1910 at her home on The Glen

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Horicon Library launches storytelling series BRANT LAKE — Area children and their parents are invited to attend “Dive into Reading — Tales ‘n Tunes” program to be offered at 6:30 p.m. July 1 at the Horicon Community Center. Featuring television personalities and storytelling duo Carol Connolly & Dan Darmer, the free event kicks off the library's annual series of bedtime stories & treats programs offered Thursday evenings through July and August by the Friends of Horicon Free Library. The program is sure to provide a musical, fun-filled evening for children and adults, library officials said.

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Road. She is survived by a husband and nine children. Burial was in the Potter Cemetery at The Glen. The Sophomore class of the Warrensburgh High School enjoyed a picnic in the grove at Bond’s Pond (now called Echo Lake) with Professor and Mrs. John B. Chilson and Miss Mary S. Crandall as their guests. (Note: Professor Chilson, a tireless educator, became principal of the Warrensburgh school in 1909 and served for 13 years.) News has been received that the Rev. James F. Knowles, who became pastor of the Warrensburgh Presbyterian Church in 1884 and preached here for a good number of years, died Sept. 8, 1909 at his home in Greensboro, Indiana. Bolton racehorse Gypsie Countess won the match race on the Warrensburgh Fairgrounds, defeating Lake George horses, John L., and John Henry.

News roundabout The fence around the Baptist Church lot in Bolton Landing is being painted by diligent workers. Winfield Carpenter of South Horicon is painting Mr. LaMar ’s cottage at Brant Lake near the Palisades Hotel. In North River, George Ordway has his new barn completed and the contractors, John C. and Frank Welch, have returned home to North Creek. A son was born to the Bert Burns family. A little daughter arrived at the James Lawrence residence on Hedgson St., Johnsburgh Corners. Marshall Stone is ill with tonsillitis. H.P. Brace of Pottersville is enjoying his new automobile. Miss Zetta Hitchcock is employed at the Bibby farm in Bakers Mills. Dennis Howe is working for Joseph Bolton on his lumber job in South Horicon. Bert Middleton is peeling bark and cutting logs for Arthur Perry. Fred Vetter ’s auto blew up in Chestertown when it was being made ready for a run on the road, but no one was hurt. The machine was taken to Glens Falls for $700 in repairs. Eldrid Harpp of South Horicon has moved into the woods at the head of Pharoah Lake where he has taken a lumber job. Readers are welcome to contact Adirondack Journal correspondent Jean Hadden at or 623-2210

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Yes, rezone review for Stewart’s was ‘a joke’ To the editor: Will Doolittle of the Post-Star was correct last week to say “the fix is in” regarding Stewart’s relocation. As he noted, the environmental review process has indeed been “a joke.” Residents, especially living near the site, have been denied protection of the law by those responsible for following it. Just days before the rezoning request for Stewart’s was submitted, planning board minutes of January record board members expressing concern about pressure from the town board, during the reappointment process, to see things their way. Perhaps that’s why, after hearing hours of residents worried about traffic congestion, school zone pedestrian safety, adverse economic impacts, destruction of neighborhood character, illegal spot zoning, and violation of the town’s master plan, the planning board, prompted by its former chair (who’s up for reappointment at the end of this year), focused instead on Stewart’s picnic tables, bicycle racks, and paint color. (Three other members are up next year.) Jobs? The proposed Stewart’s store is smaller than the current one – no new jobs there. And Hudson Headwaters jobs are here today, gone tomorrow, many of them recently shipped to Glens Falls and Plattsburgh. There’s no reason to think more gas will be sold in town— just that six additional pumps will enable Stewart’s to sell a bigger share of it by taking business from Cumberland Farms. But there will be a significant loss of income for two B&Bs that bring tourism money into the local economy — and already a decrease in nearby property values. Overall, Stewart’s relocation would be an economic negative for Warrensburg. The town’s substitute attorney emphatically told the planning board on June 8 that the town board had done its environmental review correctly, so ahead with site plan review. Next evening the town board, advised by its regular attorney, retroactively altered (“corrected”) substantive and procedural items in its environmental review documents. Hence, the planning board, falsely advised the night before, should not have proceeded with site plan review at all. Teresa Whalen Ruth Fruda Paul Gilchrist Eileen Frasier Tina Sackman Jean Hadden Bob & Peggy Knowles Paul Weick

To the editor: In the game of life (and government), morality should trump expediency. Yet this is not always the case with the actions of the Warren County Board of Supervisors. Years ago, I served as senior counselor at a shelter for battered women. I also work with, and support, struggling youth. It is in that context that I draw these conclusions. It is immoral for the board of supervisors to consider locating homeless adults in a former jail — primarily because of its isolation from Glens Falls. I would conjecture that it is being considered both for expediency and because out of sight is out of mind. Alternatively, I would suggest a program of intervention — grant-funded — that includes buying a house in Glens Falls (just as Wait House has done), and providing diverse support services — all in an accessible location. The homeless would be near the library, parks, friends and support agencies. Certainly not out of sight, but far more humane. And just as Missouri has become a role model for other states and municipalities by reworking their approach to struggling youth (with great success), so too can Warren County be the place to emulate by offering a multi-faceted, responsive approach to homelessness. This leads to my second concern: When children cannot cope with the formal school system and are consider truants, instead of instead of providing support we label them PINS and send them to detention (at a cost well exceeding $200 per day). After some time in that cold and sterile environment, they are sent back to school, now further behind in their studies — and carrying the stigma of having been in detention. Most often the cycle, far more costly than a responsive approach would be, repeats again and again. Where is the morality? Where is the caring? Humanity and caring should be our guides, not expediency. Irv West Athol

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LGA’s ‘Lake Stewards’ now helping prevent spread of invasive plants


from the Helen V. Froehlich Foundation. Without preventative measures like this, Lake George could suffer the kind of devastating impact, both ecologically and economically, that we've seen in other lakes," Lender said.

Surveys show boats circulate freely Last summer, the stewards inspected 3,886 boats at launch sites around the lake during the summer and collected 162 samples, with 75 of those being invasive species. The invasive samples included 48 specimens of Eurasian Watermilfoil, 13 of curly-leaf pondweed, seven of zebra mussels, and seven of water chestnut, which is not now found in Lake George. Eurasian watermilfoil was removed on 22 occasions from vessels entering at Mossy Point and 21 times from vessels entering at Norowal Marina. These craft had visited a total of 158 different water bodies — many of which are known to Many of these water bodies are known to host invasive species — in the two weeks prior to their cruising on Lake George. With 65 boats having last visited the Hudson River and 62 last on Lake Champlain, which contain 91 and 49 invasive species respectively, along with last year's discovery of the invasive zooplankton the spiny waterflea in Great Sacandaga Lake, the importance of having Lake Stewards at local launches to help protect Lake George from new invaders is very apparent, Lender said. According to a 2000 report issued by the Lake George Park Commission, milfoil has been present at over 170 different sites on Lake George. Nine sites remain with dense milfoil beds and six sites continue to have moderately-dense growth. Eurasian watermilfoil spreads easily and grows quickly, crowding out native plants, reducing biodiversity, and diminishing fish habitat. Dense growths inhibit water recreation like boating, swimming and fishing. Zebra mussels clog water intake pipes and cling in crusty masses to boat docks and buoys. They torture bare feet, drive out tourists, steal food from native mollusks, and disrupt the fragile ecosystem. While newborn zebra mussel larvae have difficul-

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LAKE GEORGE — Four “Lake Stewards” are once again on duty at boat launches around Lake George for the summer, inspecting boats and educating boaters on how to prevent the spread of invasive species. They began their work on Memorial Day weekend. Coordinated by the Lake George Association, the program seeks to contain the spread of three species already present in Lake George: milfoil, zebra mussels, and curlyleaf pondweed, as well as a possible fourth: brittle naiad — which was found and removed from Dunham's Bay last summer. The program also helps prevent new invasive species from being introduced, such as spiny waterflea and water chestnut, which are present in nearby water bodies. On her first day on duty May 28, new Lake Steward Monika LaPlante Froehlich removed three invasive species — milfoil, curly-leaf pondweed and zebra mussels — from one of the boats she inspected that day. Monica and fellow stewards Lee Peters, Mark Altwerger and Brendan Carberry, were trained in inspection, identification and data collection by the LGA and at the Adirondack Watershed Institute at Paul Smiths College. On weekends throughout the summer, LGA stewards will be active in the south end of Lake George at Norowal Marina and other launches, and in the north end of the lake, at Mossy Point, Hague Town Launch, and Rogers Rock. In addition to inspecting the boats for aquatic invasive species, the stewards will also remind boaters of the DEC firewood regulation, new in 2009, which limits the transport of untreated wood to 50 miles, in an effort to protect forests from insect invaders which have had a devastating impact on tree populations elsewhere in the U.S. Emergency funding for the program this year was provided by the town of Hague, the Bolton's Local Development Corp., and the Lake George Park Commission. "In past years, the LGA has received funds from the state through the Lake George Watershed Coalition to run this essential prevention model program, which is respected across New York and New England," said Walt Lender, LGA's executive director. "We are grateful to secure funding from other sources this year, including grant funding


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CHESTER — Area art enthusiasts will be bidding on the works of 30 Adirondack artists soon as The Outreach Center based in Johnsburg holds its second annual Gala Art Exhibit and Silent Auction. The event is set for Sunday June 27 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Fern Lodge, the home and Adirondack resort of Greg and Sharon Taylor, overlooking Friends Lake. Wine and hors d’oeuvres by The Inn on Gore will be served at the event. Paintings, photographs, jewelry.and pottery will be among the media represented, event coordinator Susan Murante said. “I am impressed with the donations we have received — especially during these difficult economic times,” she said. Proceeds from the gala will help support the center ’s programs including the family clothing center, community garden, food pantry, G.E.D. programs, which serve North Country communities of Johnsburg, Chestertown, Brant Lake, Warrensburg, Thurman, Minerva and Olmstedville. Music will be performed by the talented singer and guitarist “Diz” The following artists have donated their work for the gala: Judy Brown, Larry Bailey, Betty O’Brien, David Braley, Nick Amplo, Tom Chestnut, Waltrude Durkin, Kim Dolan, Rhea Love Dovan, Fawn Ridge Pottery, Carl Heilman, Regina Eldridge, Chris Gregson, Michael George, Neil Johns, Rich Johnson, Kate Hartley, Jim Henderson, Gary Larsen, Sandi Keyser, Betsy Krebs, Doug Meyerhoff, Cate Mandigo, Lorraine Mulligan, Craig Murphy, Sandy Sangster, Dave & Tess Seguin, John Sharp, Hal Silverman, Susan Schmidt, Dolores Thomson, Elise Widlund and Woody Widlund. Tickets are $30 per person or $50 per couple and may be purchased at Hudson River Trading Co, BarVino or by calling 251-3481.

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George, you’ve got a laid-back family-oriented atmosphere, not a ‘party crowd’ like other rallies.” Littlefield, Jenkins and tens of thousands of other motorcyclists from all over the continent converged on Lake George this past week, participating in area tours, a parade, test rides, and contests — despite rain that didn’t let up for most of the annual week-long rally. Embodying the stamina and resolve that’s traditional with long-distance tour motorcycle riders, the legions of Americaders drove through downpours, drizzles, steady rain and fog. This year ’s edition of Americade, with its ample precipitation, took the world’s largest touring rally back to its roots, Americade founder Bill Dutcher said Sunday after the week-long event’s conclusion. Many of the non-Americade bikers that enjoy dressing up and play outlaw or their hell-raising sportbike counterparts stayed home due to the rainy bad weather, while the true motorcyclists attended the rally and enjoyed themselves regardless, Dutcher said. “The nice thing about when it rains, the people left in Lake George are the real riders, not the ‘profilers,’” he said, noting he hadn’t tallied up attendance numbers yet for the year. One of those “real riders,” apparently was Vincent Morrell, 80, of Newington Ct. Morrell said this week that weather doesn’t make a difference to him in his motorcycle travels. He’s been attending Americade since 1991 or so, rain or shine. There’s no question Morrell is a die-hard tourer. Eight years ago, when he was 72 years old, he completed an Iron Butt ride, which required him to pilot his motorcycle 1,000 miles within 24 hours. He made the trip in less time than most of his fellow travelers, who were half his age, he said. “They had trouble keeping up with me,” he said. “Then they decided not to run with me no more.” Since his 70s, Morrell has been primarily touring the back


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Project From page 1 the millions of dollars that the state has committed to the project. “It’s a treasure and a pleasure to work with you in this delicate balance between economic development and environmental protection.” The tension accompanying that delicate balance, however, was evident in the differing words that environmentalists and politicians used in their speeches to describe the project. Regardless of differences of opinion on the project, all parties praised the state liberally for their participation in funding it. Lake George Association’s Walt Lender noted how the restoration of the wetlands destroyed many decades ago was vital in protecting the lake’s water quality, and this ecological aspect was always the prime focus of the project. Plans call for not only for construction of stormwater-cleansing wetlands, but for development of walking and hiking trails, nature overlooks and interpretive signs. “We hope your visit brings the spotlight back to the environmental aspects,” Lender said. Apparently “we” didn’t include Warren County Board of Supervisors Fred Monroe. He shifted the focus on the festival space, the 2.5 acres of the park that county Supervisors negotiated control over — for hosting festivals and parking. The controversial aspect of the project for many months has been whether or not to retain two buildings on county’s portion of the park lands to host festivals and events regardless of weather conditions. “We appreciate the Dept. of State support, as it’s a very important project both for water quality and for festival space, which will result in a great benefit to the economy of the area by attracting new events,” Monroe said. Lake George Town Supervisor Frank McCoy,

who has fought to retain the former Cavalcade of Cars and Opera House buildings on the former Gaslight Village amusement park site, echoed Monroe’s sentiments. “The environmental initiative will save the lake, and the festival space will help revitalize the village,” he said looking at the gathered state officials. “We couldn’t have done it without you.” Peter Bauer of the Fund for Lake George said it was appropriate that the gathering and speeches were held in front of the former Charlie’s Saloon, which was scheduled for demolition as the ground underneath would in due time host constructed wetlands, replacing natural ones that were destroyed many years ago by the state and developers. “I forgot to ask you to bring your sledgehammer,” he said to Cortés-Vázquez, noting the former tavern and dance hall was one of the buildings scheduled for demolition. He added that environmental enhancement was intimately linked with environmental protection, as preserving the lake was fundamental to retaining tourism. “This project is an investment in the local economy as well as its ecology,” he said. Lake George Mayor Robert Blais, who has championed the demolition of the buildings, said the park represented an landmark environmental venture for the region. “This project is one of the most important initiatives ever taken in the history of the lake,” he said. Cortés-Vázquez said the project could serve as a model of inter-agency cooperation for the entire nation. “When we have a project that serves as a model as this one has, we need to show it off,” she said. After an overview of the former Gaslight site with environmentalists, Cortés-Vázquez visited Bolton Landing to review the Pier development project in Rogers Park.


Bridge From page 1 “Since the bridge’s closure, our local communities, families and businesses have been managing through a sort of triage to deal with the loss of this vital link,” she said. “Today marks the first step on the path to full recovery.” State Assemblywoman Teresa Sayward and Vermont Rep. Diane Lanpher echoed those comments. Flatiron Constructors, Inc. of Boulder, Colorado was awarded the contract Dignitaries from New York and Vermont gathered June 11 to to build the new bridge. commemorate construction of a new Crown Point bridge across While Flatiron will bring Lake Champlain. The new $69.6 million bridge will be built at the a core team of about a same location as the previous structure and is expected to be dozen managers, there completed in September 2011. will be jobs for local Photo by Nancy Frasier workers, U.S. Rep. Bill Owens said. “This will help create jobs in communities that desperately need them,” Owens said. “I hope to see many people from my side of the lake, from my district, hired to work here.” Rep. Scott Murphy said the Crown Point Bridge is a critical entryway to the North Country, and the area economy depends upon it for economic development and survival. “Since the closure of the bridge, North Country communities have faced a tremendous challenge, and I applaud Gov. Paterson for providing this critical funding that will not only help our small businesses and farms, but will get our local economy back on track.” Town of Moriah Supervisor Tom Scozzafava said the bridge project is an example of how government can and should operate effectively.




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Frustrated by oil spill in Gulf, group holds vigil By Thom Randall

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his Saturday, June 19, the Bolton Library will begin its summer hours: Monday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. ; and Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. The Sembrich Studio will begin its movie night at 7:30 p.m. Monday June 21. This first film at the Bolton Free Library for summer 2010 will be “Moonstruck.” Emma Calautti will host a fundraising meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday June 22 at the library. Note that the library is planning a community spelling bee to be held this fall, and they could use help from local citizens in organizing and conducting the event. The Library Board of Trustees are to meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday June 23, and the meeting is open to the public. Kathy Bozony of the Lake George Waterkeeper will present a PowerPoint program "Lake George Water Quality is Changing" at 7 p.m. Thursday June 24. This program will depict Kathy's investigation of algae blooms around the lake.

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more. Their goal is to provide every member of the Bolton summer community with fun-filled experiences that will make your summer more enjoyable. Details are available at All are welcome to contact Michelle Cushing, Recreation Director at 928-3176 or via email at: with any ideas or questions. Bolton Recreation Department is once again offering “Yoga with a Touch of Pilates” at the Bolton Town Hall on Saturday mornings. Intermediate classes from 8 to 9 a.m. and beginners classes are from 9:30 a.m.. to 10:30 a.m., with the exception of June 26 when the class will begin at 7:30 a.m. The cost is $12 per session with the seventh session free. For details, call Darlene at 522-4069.

Thanks expressed to Linda Bennett On June 6, the Bolton Central School PTO honored Linda Bennett as group’s 2010 Citizen of the Year. Congratulations, Linda and thanks for your commitment to Bolton Central School and the community.

Cheap Great Escape tickets offered by Chamber Bolton Landing Chamber of Commerce is offering discounted Great Escape Tickets for $27. Cash only and exact change is appreciated.

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Seniors head for the greens

On Sunday, June 27, the Historical Society of the Town of Bolton will host a reunion of Civilian Conservation Corps alumni, family, and friends from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Bolton Free Library. This event will commemorate the 77th anniversary of the founding of the CCC. For more information, call Pat Babe at 644-9960 or Ted Caldwell at 644-2343.

On Tuesday June 22, Bolton Seniors will be gathering at Hillbilly Hills, Rte. 149 in Fort Ann, to play a round or two of miniature golf, complete with a serving of ice cream. Lunch at Country Meadow is part of the trip. Participants will leave the Senior Center at 10:30 a.m., carpooling to Fort Ann. The cost of $9 includes greens fee, lunch and ice cream.

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Food pantry seeking donors, folks in need

All are welcome to stop by the Bolton Town Hall and pick up a calendar of the town’s 2010 summer youth recreation programming. The lineup of events offers something for everyone: music, adventure, sports, arts and crafts, and much

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New shop features handcrafted furnishings Lori George has launched a new shop in town featuring handcrafting home furnishings, decor items and gifts, with an emphasis on presenting the creations of Adirondack artisans. The store offers select vintage furnishings as well. The shop, named “ George! of Bolton” is located behind the red door at 4960 Lake Shore Drive adjacent to Lily's Bar. Whether shoppers are seeking hand-painted wall hangings or photographic art prints, mantle mirrors or table linens, trendy earrings or wooden watches, there are pleasant surprises throughout the store. The store also offers a variety of gift items for infants, including handmade baby quilt & pillow sets, christening bonnets, and washable fabric books. The new “ George! Bolton” shop also includes locally crafted food items including maple syrup, candy, jams, baking mixes and sauces. It also takes in consignments of quality home furnishings and jewelry, Artisans interested in offering their creations through consignment are encouraged to contact Lori George at 644-2850.

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BOLTON LANDING — Grieving the environmental havoc occurring in the Gulf of Mexico, nine area citizens gathered June 8 and held a vigil over the massive oil spill. Although the event included venting frustrations over British Petroleum’s lack of disclosure and grossly inadequate environmental safety planning, the group also talked about what they could do individually to make a difference, organizer Kelly Baker said Monday. The vigil, held at Baker ’s home on new Vermont Rd., included news through independent media sources about how the lives and livelihood of coastline residents and fishermen have been adversely effected. Participants discussed how they could each move toward a more sustainable lifestyle and minimize their use of oil, Baker said. “We each made a pledge .to change the way were living and get off this addiction to oil — which is killing our world,” she said. “We’re all in denial,” she added, referring to the American lifestyle which is heavily

the Gulf to help with wildlife rescue and environmental recovery and restoration efforts — if they are convinced that they can make a consequential contribution to the cleanup, she said. Recently Baker sent a letter to President Obama, urging him to take decisive action as soon as possible, she said. “British petroleum is doing everything to keep as quiet as possible about the situation, and our government isn’t stepping up to the plate at this point,” she said. “We’re now almost two months into this disaster, and why did the government wait until now to demand a plan of action?” Baker has also collected human hair from floors of local salons, which is being sent to the Gulf along with animal fibers for use as stuffing in booms, because it so effectively soaks up oil. Baker and group members also exchanged seeds at the vigil — to plant vegetables in an effort to boost sustainable local food production, which minimizes dependence on oil for packaging, marketing and transportation, she said. The hour-long session included strategizing personal sustainable living practices, and promoting alternative sources of energy.


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Warrensburg Central School Warrensburg’s top 10 students excel in many aspects WARRENSBURG — The top ten Seniors academically at Warrensburg High School have excelled not only in their studies, but in athletic and community service pursuits, while demonstrating leadership. Principal Doug Duell said the faculty and staff were proud of this group of students as they move forward in their lives. Cassondra Bruce, Class of 2010 Valedictorian, is the daughter of Io and Matthew Bruce of Warrensburg. Cassondra is a member of the Senior Band, Jazz Band, is vice president of the Junior State of America Debate Club and also vice president of the National Honor Society Cassondra is the co-editor of the school newspaper and she serves on the yearbook staff. Cassondra plans attend Elmira College in the fall and pursue pre-medical studies as a major. Whitney Galusha, Class Salutatorian, is the daughter of Tina and Dan Galusha of Warrensburg. Whitney attended the New Visions Engineering program during her Senior year. She played Varsity Field Hockey, was the team captain and is a member of the National Senior Honor Society and the Vocational Technical Honor Society. Whitney will attend Roger Williams College in the fall to study Architecture. Rachel Simkins, Honor Grad, is the daughter of Nancy and Jim Simkins of Warrensburg. Rachel has been a Field Hockey and Softball athlete. She is a member of the Senior Band and Chorus as well as Mastersingers. Rachel has participated in the school drama productions. She is a member of the Varsity Club and National Senior Honor Society. Rachel will attend SUNY Cortland where she will major in athletic training. Christian Bruce is the son of Io and

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North Warren Central School North Warren’s top two students excel on many fronts CHESTERTOWN — The two Seniors academically at North Warren High School have exhibited a variety of talents in their highly successful high school careers, whether it is in athletic, musical, or academic pursuits. The faculty and staff of North Warren are proud of these two outstanding students as well as the entire Class of 2010, Principal Theresa Andrew said this week. The Valedictorian for the Class of 2010 is Jeffrey Bennett, son of Nancy and John Bennett of Chestertown. Jeffrey’s exceptional athletic achievements have paralleled his remarkable academic performance in high school. Jeffrey has served as an integral component of the Cross Country, Basketball and Baseball teams for four consecutive years. He has been a member of Varsity Club for the past two years. In terms of musical talent, his Saxophone skills have been demonstrated in Jazz Band, Senior Band and Marching Band, in which he’s been a standout performer for four years. He has earned high awards in NYSSMA Jazz performance competition, and participated in All-County Jazz Band during 10th and 11th grade. Also, he also played a lead role in last year’s school musical production of “Anything Goes.” A leader among his peers, Jeff has also served as Class President and Treasurer for each year during high school. He has served as Student Council Treasurer, SADD Member, and the founder for the Adirondack Skywatchers, an astronomy club he actively par-

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Bolton Landing Central School Bolton’s top five to reap rewards of their achievements BOLTON LANDING — The top five scholars of the Class of 2010 at Bolton Central School have demonstrated leadership and dedication in their academic, athletic, and community service pursuits, school officials said this week as they wished the students well in the next phase of their lives. Matthew Peterson and Jacqueline O'Donnell have been named Valedictorian Matthew Peterson and Salutatorian respectively, and they are joined by Domenick Pfau, Eric Fisher and Samantha Kincaid as the top five academically among the 31 students in Bolton Central School's graduating class. As Valedictorian, Matthew Peterson earned a grade-point average of 94.67. He is the son of Debra and Karl Peterson of Diamond Point. Matthew has earned a role in the National Honor Society since 10th grade. He has been a member of the Varsity Soccer, Basketball and Golf teams, and played AAU Basketball in grades 9 through 11. He has participated in Youth & Government, Outing Club, Student Council, and Writers Club — and the Drama Club's production of "The Wiz." He plans on majoring in journalism at the University of Jacqueline O’Donnell South Carolina.

Jacqueline O'Donnell is Bolton's Class of 2010 Salutatorian with a grade point average of 93.76. She is the daughter of Victoria and John O'Donnell of Bolton Landing. Throughout her high school career, Jacqueline participated in Youth and Government, marching and jazz bands, and was treasurer for Key Club. For two years, she Domenick Pfau was involved in Model United Nations. In addition, she was a cheerleader — and was captain of the squad for two years. She participated in the Drama Club's productions of "Phantom of the Opera" and "Beauty and the Beast." Also, she served as an intern to Warren County Supreme Court Justice David B. Krogmann. Jacqueline will attend Seton Hall University and major in Psychology. In the future, she hopes to work in the field of Criminal Justice, and she aims to work for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Domenick Pfau, the son of Janice and Kenneth Pfau of Bolton Landing, is third in the Class of 2010, with a GPA of 91.23. A member of the National Honor Society since 10th grade, Domenick was also active in Youth and Government, Key Club, Outing Club, and Spanish Club. Domenick has displayed his Eric Fisher athletic talents ever since

ninth grade, when he was called up from JV to play at the Varsity level in the Sectional tournament in Plattsburgh. Since then, he’s been active in a variety of sports, and been a standout player in all. Domenick plans to study international business at SUNY Plattsburgh in the fall. Eric Fisher is fourth in his class, with a grade-point average of 91.05, Eric is the son Samantha Kincaid of Catherine and Dean Fisher of Diamond Point. Eric has been a member of the National Honor Society since 10th grade, the team captain of the Academic Bowl, and a member of the Key Club. He was on the Varsity Soccer, Baseball and Ski teams. Eric plans to study Landscape Architecture at SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry. Samantha Kincaid, daughter of Laurie Kincaid of Hadley and Barry Kincaid of Bolton Landing, has achieved a grade point average of 90.87 during her high school career. Samantha has been a member of National Honor Society since 10th grade, vice president of the Key Club, treasurer of Student Council, participated in Youth and Government and in Model United Nations in 10th and 11th grade. She tutored students in math. Samantha participated in the Drama Club productions of "Phantom of the Opera" and "Beauty and the Beast." She also has played Varsity Softball since 10th grade. Her community service achievements include launching a successful fundraiser for Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy. Samantha is headed off to Clarkson University to study Chemical Engineering with an eye on advancing to medical school to study Biomedical Engineering.

Congratulations to the Class of 2010

Lake George Central School Lake George honors group exhibit character, leadership LAKE GEORGE — Representing excellence in academics, community service, leadership and athletics, nine students have been named to the Class of 2010 Honors Group at Lake George High School. Taylor Dawson, daughter of Richard Dawson of Lake George, is the treasurer of National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society. Taylor is also a member of Business Honor Society. She received the George Eastman Young Leaders award as a Junior. Taylor is the president of Varsity Club and is the co-historian of Future Business Leaders of America. She has participated in community activities such as Relayfor-Life and the Make-a-Wish Foundation. She is a two-year member of the Varsity Field Hockey team, a four-year member of Varsity Softball, an Adirondack League All-Star for both sports and an All-Area Second Team All-Star for softball. She plans to attend Florida Gulf Coast University this fall to major in Business. Margaret Devlin, daughter of Thomas and Catherine Devlin of Lake George, has been a class officer and member of Student Council. She was a member of Honor societies throughout high school, and Senior Art Honor Society. She has also been a member of French Club and French Honor Society, serving as the vice president for the past year. She is currently a member of Future Business Leaders of America and Art Club. Margaret has been on the Varsity Alpine Ski Team for the past two years. Her artwork was accepted at a regional juried art exhibition and she also received the Rochester Institute of Technology Innovation and Creativity Award. Margaret plans on attending Rochester Institute of Technology this fall studying Business and Finance. Ethan Dunn, son of Tabor and Stacie Dunn of Lake George, is a member of the National Senior Honor Society, Technology Club, Academic Quiz Bowl, Jazz Ensemble, and Band. This year he is participating in the New Visions Engineering program. He received the Clarkson Leadership Award, the Middlebury College Book Award, and the Technology Student of the Year Award for 2009. Also, he’s earned the rank of Eagle Scout. Ethan plans on attending Clarkson University this fall to major in Mechanical Engineering, with a minor in Business/Entrepreneurship. Erika LaPlante, daughter of Charles and Veronika LaPlante of Diamond Point, has been active on Student Council for six years and now serves as Student Body president. She is currently president of Spanish Honor Society, secretary of National Honor Society, and a member of the Warren County Youth Court. Erika has also been a member of the Jazz Band for six years and for eight years participated in All-County Band, earning first seat in 11th grade. Her awards include the Patrick Gilmore Band Award and the Le Moyne College Heights Award. She has played Field Hock-

ey throughout high school and was Captain her senior year. Erika will be attending Northeastern University this fall, majoring in International Business. Connor Perkett, son of Clark and Donna Perkett of Queensbury, is the president of National Honor Society and a member of Spanish Honor Society. He is the vice president of Student Council and has served as a class Vice President. He is currently attending New Visions Engineering. He has been the leader of Drum Line, a NYSSMA Soloist, and participates in Jazz Band. Connor attended the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership conference in 2008, Boy’s State in 2009, and traveled to Japan in 2007 with the Saga City Exchange program. He has played Soccer for four years and has raced with the Alpine Ski Team and the West Mountain Ski Team. He was awarded the Post-Star 2010 Teen Excellence Award and the Chronicle Scholar Athlete honors. He also received the U.S. Air Force Math and Science Award two years in a row, the 2009 PTSO Citizenship Award, and is a Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Medal winner. Connor has volunteered at Double H Hole in the Woods and Prospect Child & Family Center throughout his high school career. Connor plans to study Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology. Steven Petramale, son of Karen and Mark Petramale, is a member of National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society, of which he has previously served as president. Steven was a member of Junior and Senior bands from 7th through 11th grades and participated in the Jazz Band his Junior year. He has participated in Cross-Country and Nordic Skiing and was on the Varsity Track team. Steven has been captain of the Cross-Country and Track teams since 10th grade, and was the captain of the Ski Team his Junior and Senior years. He is also an eight-time State Championship Qualifier and holds four school records for Track and Cross -Country. Steven is an active volunteer with the Special Olympics. This year, Steven won the University of Rochester Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award. He is currently participating in the New Visions Health Careers Exploration program. In the fall, Steven will attend St. Lawrence University where he will major in Chemistry with a concentration in Pre-Medical studies. Madeline Rehm, daughter of Todd and Gina Rios Rehm of Lake George, has served as Vice President of National Honor Society, and is a prior Treasurer of the Spanish Honor Society. Madeline was a member of the Soccer team from 7th through 11th grades. She also participated in Chorus, Senior Select Chorus, vocal NYSSMA, and All-County Chorus throughout her high school career. Last year she received the Holy Cross Book Award, the National Choral Award, and the University of Rochester ’s Susan B. Anthony and Frederick A. Douglas Award. She is now participating in the New Vi-

The Lake George 2010 Honors Group includes (front, left to right): Mary Strachan, Connor Perkett, Margaret Devlin, (row 2): Madeline Rehm, Erika LaPlante, Chelsea Scott, (rear): Steven Petramale, Taylor Dawson, and Ethan Dunn. sions Health Careers Exploration Program. Madeline will be attending Loyola University in Maryland, majoring in Biology with a concentration in Pre-Medical studies and minor in Spanish. Chelsea Scott, daughter of Kim and Keith Scott of Queensbury, was a member of the National Honor societies throughout high school. She is currently the president of French Honor Society and French Club. Chelsea is a member of the Art Honor Society and is the vice president of Varsity Club. She has played three years of Varsity Volleyball and Softball and was the captain her Senior year. She was honored as an Adirondack League First Team All-Star, Regional Second Team All-Star and named a Post-Star Scholar-Athlete. Chelsea plans to attend Endicott College with a major in Graphic Design. Mary Strachan, daughter of Robert and Jan Strachan of Lake George, has been a member of the Lake George Girls Soccer team for six years. “Mairi” is a member of National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society. Mairi was awarded the Lake George Technology Student of the Year three times, Student of the Quarter twice, and she received the Rochester Institute of Technology Computing Medal. She was also chosen to exhibit her artwork in The Hyde Collection’s 2009 juried art exhibition. This year, Mairi is participating in New Visions Engineering and this fall she plans to attend Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, majoring in Engineering.


ly gave people very little notice. Our town clerk posted signs on doors, on the bulletin board and on the sandwich board on the front lawn, and town officials said the notice was according to law. More gripes and opinions came in after it was suggested that a paid position was open and not advertised under “Help Wanted.”

Len Losaw hired as town bookkeeper Cemetery workshop draws citizens from afar


olks hailing from the Adirondacks to the lower Hudson Valley attended the area’s first workshop on gravestone preservation held June 5 at the Pendall Cemetery in Athol. Organized by the Thurman Cemetery Committee and led by gravestone expert Jonathan Appell, the workshop offered a wealth of information on repairs, cleaning, and resetting of monuments. The 21 people who attended not only got hands-on experience in the cemetery, but they were given folders containing information for future ventures. Workshop participants came from towns and cities across the region, including Hague, Kingston, Hyde Park, Newcomb, Johnsburg, Thurman, North Creek, and Warrensburg. Videos and photographs were taken, and plans are being considered to make DVDs of the occasion. The cemetery committee thanks everyone who gave donations and had fun with the pink flamingo promotion, in which residents pledged money to the committee for the privilege of “flocking” their friends with an installation of the pink flamingos on neighbors’ lawns. All those who participated and sent donations helped make this workshop possible.

Over the fence To call the Thurman dog warden when you find dogs running loose, call Dexter at 623-9810. Yes, there is a leash law in our town for all dogs. Sorry for the wrong phone number for the emergency squad being published in my column in a recent issue. Gripes came pouring in on Thursday June 3 after some residents read a sign posted at the Thurman Town Hall calling for a special board meeting for 5 p.m. June 4 to hire a new town bookkeeper. The emergency posting apparent-

The town board voted this week to hire a new town bookkeeper and secretary to the Supervisor. Chosen for the post was Len Losaw, who is experienced in municipal accounting and record-keeping, according to Thurman Supervisor Red Pitkin Losaw formerly held the position of bookkeeper in the Town of Fort Edward for about 5 years, but vacated the position when a new political party came into power in town, according to thurman Town Supervisor Red Pitkin. The Thurman Town board called a special meeting due to the present bookkeeper, Nancy Beadnell, recently announced she was leaving the position of Bookkeeper/Secretary, Pitkin said. Pitkin said that unlike prior practice in town, the full town board voted on choosing the person to fill the position rather than having merely the supervisor making an appointment. Pitkin said Thursday that Beadnell would be working with Losaw this week to help acquaint him with procedures in the Thurman town offices.

Local events and activities scheduled All Thurman youth can be pre-registered for the summer recreation program on June 28 beginning at 10 a.m. at the youth building. The program begins on July 6, and is conducted Monday thru Friday, 9 a.m. to noon daily through Aug. 13. Registration forms can be picked up at the Thurman Town Hall. On June 29 at 9 a.m. a Red Cross CPR course will be taught at the town youth building. Those with questions, call 623-9961. The Thurman emergency squad will be holding a meeting at the High St. squad building at 6 p.m. Sunday June 20. Anyone wishing to join in the volunteers and help out in the community — or to obtain information — can stop by at the meeting or call 623-9014 or 623-4254 and leave a message. The senior bus will run again on Friday June 25 to Glens Falls for shopping trips to or for important appointments. Call Laura at 6239281 to reserve a seat.

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Farmers’ market resumes Starting Wednesday June 23, the Thurman Station Farmers Market will be open every Wednesday from 12:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Stop by and see the wide variety of items that are available. Vegetables, eggs, baked goods, maple products, handmade sewn and crocheted items, as well as some house plants. And while you are in the area, be sure to stop by the gallery and look at the paintings and Adirondack furniture at the Adirondack Ambiance on Rte 418. This shop has many one of a kind selections and each one is beautiful. They are open every day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. except Sunday. They are also carrying unique postcards that you can send to your friends.

Special days in Thurman Birthdays celebrated this next week are: Donnie J. Carpenter on June 19, Savannah Mosher and Dale Needham on June 20, Scott Castro, Ron Mosher on June 21, Tim Baker on June 22, Irene Sayer, Dexter Baker and Dakota Schloss on June 23, June Germain on June 24, Bob Herrmann, Izech Carpenter and Tori Bruce on June 25. A happy belated birthday wish goes out to Karen Cassidy, now 16, who celebrated her special day on June 10. Anniversary wishes go out to Leonard and Ruth Baker on June 20, to Mildred and Bob Dibble on June 23 and to Joan and Vern Harris on June 24.

Personal news Sympathy from the greater Thurman community goes out to the family of Lucille Cameron who passed away June 1 at Westmount Health Facility. Get Well wishes go out to Kermit Baker, Ken Ackley, Loren Eddy, Iva Hall, Elmer Buyce, Joe Mosher, and Bea Bevins. Thank go out to both the Thurman and Warrensburg emergency squads who once again came to Bowen Hill Rd. for Ken Ackley, who ended up going to the hospital three times in less than a month. He was and was most recently released from Sunnyview Rehabilitation Center in Schenectady. Chrissy Ackley expressed thanks to both the squads for their help, and special thanks to Jerry and Fran Remington, Daryl Tucker, and Shantel for always being there to help. Neighbors and friends are thanked for the calls and words of encouragement. Congratulations to all of our graduates who will proudly be walking off stage with a hard-earned diploma during Warrensburg Central’s graduation ceremonies, scheduled for Friday June 25. Happy Father ’s Day to all of our dads and grandads — may you have the best day ever. Father ’s Day is on Sunday June 20, and if you can not get away from your jobs on that day, at least pick up the phone and give your father or grandfather a call. Plan ahead to watch Thurman’s first Movie on the Hill offering for 2010 which will be on Saturday July 3. These family-oriented movies will be shown every Saturday evening through the summer.

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5/28 MikeP. Aspland toMichaelC.Aspland $250,000 QBY Glen Lake shoreline plot 06/07 JosephVitale to Norman E.DascherJr. $375,000 LG Truesdale Hill Rd. plot 06/07 Kevin Sherman to Dobert M. Stanley $200,000 BLT 426 County Rte. 11 06/07 GKH, LLC to Patricia Marks $182,500 HOR 215 Valentine Pond Rd. 06/07 JB GroskoADMIN to Donna Gagnon $32,000 LUZ plot off Stewart Brook 06/01 JMC Proptys to Larry E. Taplin $219,900 QBY Smoke Ridge Rd. townhse 06/01 FedNatlMortg to Sherwood Cornell $190,000 GF 2 Parker St. plots 06/03 James Oropallo to Michelle Oropallo $90,000 QBY Lot#10 Heatherbrook 06/04 Barbara Lauer to Joseph Madden $660,000 CHS 2 Loon Lk. Shore plots 06/03 CyprssPt.Invstmts to NicoleLashway $154,000 QBY 24 Stephanie Lane 06/08 Derrick Conine to Donna Clark $142,000 THR High St. plot 06/04 M.Cunningham to Deborah Gecewicz $255,000 QBY Pickle Hill Acrs plot 06/01 David Hart to Donald C. Benway $134,000 GF South St. plot 06/07 28-38 Tremont Bruce E. Gray $126,600 GF Tremont St. plot 06/02 L.AreskogREF to Jan V.Lindyberg $188,501 BLT 860 Trout Lk. Rd. 05/27 James Stockwell to Lisa Orsini $137,000 GF 29 Ogden St. plot 06/04 Helen Brodie to Barbara Lauer $289,000 QBY Waverly Place plot 06/07 Laurie Winans to Carolyn Sundberg $88,000 GF Lot #31 Weil/Haskell plot 06/01 T.MartinREF toFedNatlMortg.Assoc $397,610 JBG 2432 Garnet Lk. Rd. 06/02 Shawn Littrell to PrimacyClosingInc $189,000 QBY Lot#39 CrownwdHillsSub 06/03 DKC Holding to Dorothy Douglass $178,197 WBG 26 Cloverleaf Drive 06/01 Deborah Harwood toRon Cavanaugh $30,000 WBG Horicon River Rd.plot 05/28 Lawrence Cook to Craig Watson $115,000 JBG 52 Park Rd. 05/27 FedNatMortg to Keefer & Olden $53,000 WBG Lower River St. plot 06/07 P.Foley/Mercure to Amanda Bengle $196,730 QBY 25 Peachtree Lane 06/01 BenjaminGraves toJohn Cunningham $158,700 GF 2 Thornberry Drive 06/02 Ruth Kouba to John A.Winslow $225,000 QBY Montray Rd. plot 05/27 J.Stockwell to Christopher Murphy $147,000 GF 19 Wilmot St. plot 06/07 Paul Wafler to DRB Group $135,000 JBG Park/Goodman Rds.plot 06/07 Patricia Shaw to Thomas Scarpati $189,000 WBG BalsamCrestTwhse#25B 05/28 LouisMaiocco to ChristopherHendry $392,000 QBY 26 Western Reserve Trail 06/02 M&K Entprs. to Benjamin Lawrence $183,200 GF ShermnAve/CrandllSt.plot 06/08 SE Realty to Linda L. Francis $135,000 GF 71 Cherry St. 06/04 Russell Tharp to Gary A. Sansone $610,000 BLT Trout Lake plot 06/02 PrimacyClosing toMichael McAllister $194,845 QBY Crownwood Lane plot 06/04 Cathy Bleakley to Ryann Lott $150,000 GF Harrison Ave/Grove plot 05/27 Pace Bldrs to Damon A. Cook $176,630 GF West Beacon St. plot 06/08 Janet Whalen to Bradley Collett $32,000 QBY 15 Meadowbrook Rd. 05/27 Deutsche Bank to Mark Aronson $100,000 GF Bay/John St.plot 06/07 Gary Anzalone to John Luciano $38,000 CHS Lot#2 Anzalone subdivsn 06/04 Paul Cormack to M&RPrestig.Prptys $147,000 JBG MainSt.plot near Meth.chc 06/08 Kevin T. Hayes to Robt. A. McKinney $25,000 WBG 18 Henry St. 06/03 Richard McNairy to Peter M. Sankey $75,000 QBY Blind Rock Rd. plot 06/01 Deborah Harwood to Ron Cavanaugh$5,000 WBG Schroon River Rd. plot 06/02 Rebecca Baroudi to colin Glascock $50,000 CHS Rte. 28N plot 05/27 AdvantageRealty to Thos.Pijanowski $92,000 BLT Lot#40 PioneerLogCabnVill. KEY: GF=Glens Falls; BL=Bolton; CHS=Chester; HA=Hague; HOR=Horicon; JBG=Johnsburg; LG=Lake George; LUZ=Lake Luzerne; QBY=Queensbury; SC=Stony Creek; THR=Thurman; and WBG= Warrensburg.

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Tuesday, June 22

Thursday June 17 LAKE GEORGE — Summer Sunset Cruise, fundraiser for Lake George Arts Project, on the Adirondac vessel at Shoreline Cruises, Kurosaka Lane. Music by Rich Ortiz. Sample foods from area restaurants, silent auction, raffle, Board at 6:30 p.m., Call 668-2616 for reservations. $. GLENS FALLS — ‘Art in the Public Eye’ Outdoor Cinema, 8-10 p.m. at Lapham Place. Family film, trivia game. Bring chairs. Free. 7613864or: NORTH CREEK — Gallery Walk along Main St., 5-7 p.m., plus farmers’ market at train depot museum, where at 3 p.m. there will be a platform talk. or 251-5842. Free.

Thursday-Saturday, June 17 - June 19 LAKE GEORGE — Hudson Valley Volunteer Firemen’s Convention. Thousands of firefighters descend on the village for seminars, parties, demonstrations, grand dress parade at 1 p.m. Saturday (arrive early) with unparalleled pageantry. Fun Mardi Gras parade 7-9 p.m. Friday night down Canada St. See:

Friday June 18 WARRENSBURG — Riverfront Farmers' Market, 3-6 p.m. at Warrensburgh Mills Historic District Park, 173 River St. Locally grown produce, maple syrup, wine, baked goods, cheese, organic meats, poultry, plants, crafts, specialty goods, more. Details: 466-5497.

Saturday June 19 LAKE GEORGE — Fireworks show at dusk, Shepard Park. STONY CREEK — 3rd annual “Dot & Johnstock” party, 1-5 p.m. at Stony Creek Inn. Fundraiser to benefit Cindy’s Retreat and the Amanda House. $20 donation at the door covers food and music from Rick Bolton & the Dwyer Sisters, Arlin Green, Jim Gaudet, Tim Wechgelaer, Mark Emanation, and the Stony Creek Band.Silent auction, raffle prizes. Call the Inn at 696-2394 or Kathy Garrow at 696-4563 for details. WARRENSBURG — Exhibition reception for student artists of Warrensburg High School, 2-4 p.m. at Riverside Gallery, 2 Elm St.The event kicks off a rotating exhibit by members of the WCS Senior Class, and exhibits of other classes follow. Light refreshments; all invited. THURMAN — Daggett Dog Days, Daggett Lake Campsites, 660 Glen-Athol Rd. A fun and informative day for pets and their people. Proceeds to Adirondack Save-A-Stray. Rabies certificate required (for the canines). $. 623-2198 or DIAMOND POINT — Opening day, farmers' market, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m., Community Church grounds, Rte. 9N. Locally grown produce. 668-3962 WARRENSBURG — Free safety checks of child car seats, noon-4 p.m. at the Warrensburg Firehouse on Elm St. Conducted by Warren County Sheriff’s Office.

NORTH CREEK — Award-winning art film The Visitor, 7:30 p.m.Tannery Pond Community Center, Main St. $. 251-0856 GLENS FALLS — Family Activity Day; outdoor games 1-3 p.m. at Chapman Historical Museum, 348 Glen St. Old-fashioned games including hopscotch, ring toss, hit the target, badminton. Also make lemonade $ for children; adults free. Reservations required, 793-2826 or: LAKE GEORGE — Plant sale and presentation: Lake-Friendly Landscaping, 10 a.m.- 1 p.m. at the Lake George Association, 2392 Rte 9N. Native plants, rain barrels, other lake-friendly ideas. Free. Register at 668-3558. Plant sale from 1-4 p.m. features native perennials, wildflowers, ferns and other specialties. BOLTON LANDING — Young Performers Showcase, classical singing and instrumentals, 2 p.m. at Marcella Sembrich Opera Museum, 4800 Lake Shore Dr. Musicians from area schools. Free. 644-2431 or: STATEWIDE — Bass Season opens, through Nov. 30, verify regulations & get details at local bait shops. 623-1240 or see:

Saturday-Sunday, June 19-20 LAKE GEORGE — “Honor Your Dad” wine tasting, 11 a.m. on at Adirondack Winery, 285 Canada St. Free samplings of wine. Fine foods, cheese & chocolates available. or: 668WINE. Treat your Dad.

Sunday June 20 WARRENSBURG — Fathers’ Day concert of Medieval and Renaissance recorder music, 2 p.m. at St. Cecilia's Church. Adirondack Recorder Band to perform selections of classical ensemble music, accompanied by classical guitarist Daniel Linden. Admission $10 — Proceeds to Saint Cecilia's building fund. Strawberry shortcake available, free to dads. Details: 623-2867 or STONY CREEK — Adirondack Outkasts Car Show, 9 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. at 1000 Acres Ranch Resort, 465 Warrensburg Rd. Proceeds benefit Juvenile Diabetes, See street rods, antiques, muscle cars, motorcycles. No pets. $. 696-7226 or:

Sunday-Saturday, June 20 - June 26 LAKE GEORGE — Restaurant Week. Special fixed price of $17.57 for three-course meals at 30 participating eateries in region. See: or call: 668-5755.

Monday June 21 BOLTON LANDING — Film: “Moonstruck,” 7:30 p.m. at Bolton Library, Lake Shore Dr. Free. 644-2431 or

CHESTERTOWN — Downtown Enhancement Committee meeting, 7 p,m, in Chester Town Hall. Group to discuss draft of proposed town residents survey and affordable housing needs. All invited to attend and contribute talents to this effort. Call Mary Jane Dower at 494-3336 for details. BOLTON LANDING — Bolton Seniors’ miniature golf & ice cream at Hillbilly Hills and lunch at Country Meadow. Leave Senior Center at 10:30 a.m. by carpool. $9 total.

Wednesday, June 23 THURMAN — Farmers' Market at Thurman Station, Rte. 418, 3-6 p.m., Locally grown produce, crafts, maple products, more. Free. 6239718 or

Wednesday-Saturday, June 23 - July 3 GLENS FALLS — Adirondack Theatre Festival’s “What A Glorious Feeling,” Charles R Wood Theater, Glen St. Musical depicting backstage drama behind the making of Gene Kelly's Singin' in the Rain. Music and dance by Jay Berkow. Wednesday-Saturday, 8 p.m.; June 30, 2 p.m. & 8 p.m., $. 798-7479.

Thursday June 24 WARRENSBURG — All area graduates-to-be, friends and families invited to attend the local 2010 Baccalaureate service, 7 p.m. in the Warrensburg Free Methodist Church, 250 River St. Guest speaker: Native American Randy Phillips of the Oneida Nation. Those wishing to read at the service, contact Pastor Leonard at 623-3023 or Sheila Mender 623-4606. Light refreshments will be served after the service. NORTH CREEK — Platform Talk: History presentation on Seneca Ray Stoddard by Christine Campeau, 3 p.m. at North Creek Depot Museum at the railway station. Bring a chair. Free. 251-5842 or BOLTON LANDING — "Lake George Water Quality is Changing" lecture, 7 p.m. at Bolton Library, Lake Shore Dr. PowerPoint presentation by Kathy Bozony of the Lake George Waterkeeper, depicting her investigation of algae blooms around the lake. All invited.

Friday June 25 WARRENSBURG — Riverfront Farmers' Market, 3-6 p.m. at Warrensburgh Mills Historic District Park, 173 River St. Locally grown produce, maple syrup, wine, baked goods, cheese, organic meats, poultry, plants, crafts, specialty goods, more. Details: 466-5497.

Friday-Sunday, June 25 - June 27 LAKE GEORGE — Summerfest annual arts & crafts show, 9 a.m.- 6 p.m. daily, 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. Sunday in Shepard Park. Music, entertainment, food, more. Sidewalk sales throughout village. Free. 668-2688 or

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DIAMOND POINT — Opening day, farmers' market, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m., Community Church grounds, Rte. 9N. Locally grown produce. 6683962 Concert: mini-opera “A Hand of Bridge” by Lake George Opera apprentices, 7:30 p.m. at Marcella Sembrich Opera Museum, Lake WARRENSBURG First Presbyterian ChurchShore Dr.Includes a tribute to Lake 2 Stewart Farrar Ave., Sunday School & Choir 9 George Opera Festival director a.m. Worship 10 a.m. with coffee hour following. Free Methodist ChurchDavid Lloyd, father of WarrensSunday school 9:45 a.m.; worship service 10:45 a.m.; Wednesday midweek prayer and Bible study burg’s own Tom Lloyd, founder of 7 p.m. Rev. Richard Leonard. Adirondack Scenic . $.644-2431 Warrensburg Assembly of GodSunday school 9:45 a.m.; morning worship 11 a.m.; or: Thursday youth meeting 7 p.m.; evening service 6 p.m.; Wednesday prayer 6 p.m.; Bible study 7 p.m. HAGUE — North Country Dr. Ronald Parisi. 623-2282. Triathlon. Watch 400 athletes The Holy Cross of WarrensburgSaturday evening mass 5:30 p.m. Sunday Eucharist swim, bike and run over 26km and & Sermon 8 & 10 a.m.; Sunday school 9 a.m.; coffee hour follows each service; Tuesday Eucharist & 51km courses. Starts at Hague Healing 10 a.m., 5:30 p.m.; Wednesday Mass 5:30 beach. USAT sanctioned. Limited p.m.; Thursday Eucharist 10 a.m.; Holy days as announced. Father John Cornelius, SSC. 623-3066. registration at www.northcountryFaith Baptist ChurchSunday school 9:45 a.m.; preaching services 10:45


CHURCH LISTINGS - The Adirondack Journal provides this church directory as a courtesy to our readers and visitors to our area. Any changes or additions can be made by calling 873-6368.


Emmanuel United Methodist ChurchSunday Service at 9 a.m. 644-9962. Rev. Myron Ducharme, Pastor First Baptist Church(A.B.C. Affiliated) Sunday School at 9 a.m. Morning Worship at 10 a.m.; Wednesday 6:30 p.m. Bible Study & Prayer. For information, call 6449103. Rev. Edward Blanchard. Solid Rock Assembly of GodAdult Sunday Services 11 a.m. Children’s church also at 11 a.m. downstairs. Adult Sunday School at 10 a.m. and Children’s Sunday School at 10 a.m. downstairs. Bible study Thursday at 6 p.m. with Sister Dale. Pastor Skip Hults and Sister Dale. 251-4324 Episcopal Church of Saint Sacrament, Bolton LandingSat. Evening Mass 5 p.m.; Sun. Eucherist 10 a.m.; Sun. School 11 a.m.; Bible Study 11:45 a.m.; Wed. Mass 10 a.m. Father Jim Loughren. 644-9613 Blessed Sacrament Catholic ChurchGoodman Avenue. Saturday Vigil Mass 5:30 p.m.; Sunday Mass 9 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.; Rosary and Novena 9 a.m. Tuesday; Communion Service 9 a.m. Thursday and Saturday. Parish Life Director Kathie Sousa 644-3861.


Adirondack Missions of the Episcopal Church494-3314 - Fr. Robert Limpert, Fr. Michael Webber, Fr. Dennis Pressley. St. Paul’s Episcopal ChurchSunday Eucharist 9 a.m. (see Adirondack Mission, above). Brant Lake WesleyanMorning worship 9 a.m., Fellowship 10-10:30 a.m., Sunday school 10:30-11:15 a.m. 494-2816. Horicon Baptist ChurchSunday School 9:45 a.m., Sunday Worship 11 a.m., Sunday Evening 6 a.m., Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study 7 p.m. 494-2584.


Community United Methodist Church Sunday morning worship 11 a.m.; Rev. Sharon Sauer 494-2517. Faith Bible Church Sunday school (all ages) - 9 a.m., Sunday worship 10:15 a.m., Sunday Evening 6 p.m., Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. Call for information - 4947183 - Website: Good Shepherd Episcopal ChurchSunday Eucharist 10:30 a.m.; Wednesday Eucharist 10 a.m. (See Adirondack Missions, Brant Lake). St. Isaac Jogues/St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic ChurchRiverside Drive & Church Street. Saturday Vigil at 5:30 p.m.; Sunday Mass at 11:00 a.m. Beginning June 27th additional Sunday Mass 7:30 a.m. till Labor Day. Pastor Rev. John O’Kane. 518-494-5229 Town of Chester Northway Community Fellowship A Wesleyan Church, Route 8, Chestertown: Sunday Service 11 a.m., Youth and Children’s Programs available. Pastor James Swanson, 518-695-3766


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Bay Road Presbyterian Church 1167 Bay Road (near intersection of Bay & Rt. 149). Sunday Worship at 9:30 a.m.; Chris Garrison, Pastor. Church school during worship. Nursery care available. Coffee Hour following worship, all are welcome. 793-8541. Caldwell Presbyterian Church71 Montcalm St., Lake George 12845. Rev. Shirley Mosholder. 518-668-2613. Sunday Service at 10 a.m. Food Pantry Distribution 2nd Friday of month. Website: St. James Episcopal Church Sunday services 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. Rev. Julie McPartlin. 668-2001. Sacred Heart Roman Catholic ChurchMohican St., Lake George, NY 668-2046. Sat. Vigil Mass at 4 p.m., Sun. Mass at 9:00 a.m. Sacrament of Reconciliation Saturday 3:15 p.m. to 3:45 p.m., Weekday Mass: Monday, Wednesday & Friday 8 a.m. (There is no Mass on Tuesday or Thursday) Father Thomas Berardi, pastor Chapel of the Assumption (Roman Catholic)Ridge Road Route 9L, Cleverdale, NY 668-2046/ 656-9034. Mass on Sunday at 8 a.m. through October 25th. Closed in winter. Fr. Thomas Berardi, pastor. Lakeside ChapelCleverdale: Sunday services through August at 10 a.m. First United Methodist Church78 Montcalm Street, Lake George, N.Y. 12845, Sunday Service: 10 a.m. Rev. Meridith Vanderminden. 743-8756. Diamond Point Community ChurchSunday Service 10 a.m. June 21-September 6, 2009. Community Church welcoming all denominations. Visiting ministers. Grace Communion InternationalWorship Services held Saturdays 11:00 a.m. at Sacred Heart Parish Hall. 56 Mohican St., Lake George, NY. Dennis R. Hoyt, Worship Service Facilitator. Home: 518-587-1221. Cell: 832-0660. Please call ahead to confirm attendance.

United Methodist ChurchMain Street, North Creek across from Community Bank. Sunday Service 9 a.m. Separate story time for children. Pastor Kristi Van Patten. Call or leave a message 251-2906. St. James Catholic ChurchMain St., North Creek. Sunday mass at 9 a.m. Parish Life Director: Sister Francesca Husselbeck. Sacramental Minister: Rev. John O’Kane. 518-251-2518


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Christ Church EpiscopalSunday Eucharist 11 a.m. (See Adirondack Missions Brank Lake). Pottersville United Methodist Church Worship 9 a.m. Rev. Sharon Sauer, 494-2517. Holy Trinity Lutheran ChurchSunday Worship and fellowship 10:30 a.m. in Faith Hall at SonRise Lutheran Ministries Conference Center, 8260 Rt. 9, Pottersville, NY. For information please call 494-7077. Lighthouse Baptist Church Meets at Rt. 9 (next to The Wells House Hotel). Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Worship Service 10:50 a.m., Evening Service 6:00 p.m., Mid-Week Wednesday Service 7:00 p.m.


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a.m. and 6 p.m.; Wednesday prayer service 7 p.m. Rev. Lee B. Call 623-4071. First United Methodist ChurchSunday school 9:30 a.m.; Sunday worship 11 a.m. 518-623-9334 St. Cecilia’s Roman Catholic ChurchEucharist at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, 10 a.m. on Sunday. Sacrament of Reconciliation 4 p.m. Saturday. Bible Study, Saturday at 3:30 p.m. & Sunday at 10:15 a.m. Parish Life Director Sister Linda Hogan CSJ & Sacramental Minister Father Paul Cox. 623-3021. First Baptist Church3850 Main St., Worship Service 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Sunday school 9:45; Thursday mid-week. 7 p.m. Ron Burdett, Pastor. Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s WitnessesSunday Public Talk and Watchtower starting at 9:30 a.m. and Bible Study, Theocratic Ministry School and Kingdom Ministry starting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. 623-4601. Christian Worship Center, Inc.Corner of Elm St. & Pine Tree Lane, Warrensburg. Service at 10 a.m on Sunday. For further information 518-696-5468. Rev. Gerald (Jerry) Ellis. Thurman - Kenyontown United Methodist ChurchWorship services every week 11 a.m. 6-12-10 • 56590


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A family fish tale A

s most readers of this column probably know, I have an affinity for getting kids involved in the outdoors. It is especially important in these times, when the allure of electronic entertainment is far greater than the allure of lures. I firmly believe the best method for treating an electronic addiction is to put a fishing rod in a kid’s hand. A fishing rod is the ultimate Xbox detox tool. The reality of a fish fighting at the end of a line, trumps the virtual reality of Space Invaders every time. Recently, while searching for topic for a Father ’s Day article, I received an unsolicited email from a source that I didn’t recognize. Usually, I simply delete such messages as junk mail. However, the email was captioned: “Our daughter ’s big fish.” It piqued my curiosity. I opened it and saw pictures of a man hefting a large lake trout and a young lady standing next to him, beaming from ear to ear. The note read: “I wanted to share this picture of our daughter Caitlin Keysor and her big catch. Caitlin is 15 and loves to go fishing with her dad, Dale. This fish was caught on June 3, 2010. The lake trout was caught in a "Secret" Adirondack lake and was 12 pounds and 29 inches long! She chose her lure, casted, hooked, reeled it to the boat and dad helped her net it and pull it into the boat! She is very proud of her trophy! I hope that you enjoy these pictures!, Lynn Bushey.” Now, I know there are a lot of parents that fish with their kids. And I know that many families have shared some fantastic catches. However, I figured that the photo, which was obviously taken at night, likely had an interesting back-story. So, I contacted Lynn Bushey. As luck would have it, Lynn, originally from Saranac Lake, was scheduled to be in town for a relative’s birthday party over the weekend and agreed to meet with me later that day. Dale Keyor, a contractor by trade, explained, “We usually try to get out at least once a week. As you can imagine, fishing has become a pretty popular pursuit in our

family. And we often come home late.” Lynn agreed. “Caitlin’s determination has really got him more into it!” Caitlin is a special young lady. She has survived a very traumatic car accident at a young age and despite a long process of rehabilitation, she is currently a freshman at Saranac Central School. When I asked about her fishing adventures, Caitlin explained, “I live fishing! It’s awesome. I caught my first fish when we were camping at Buck Pond when I was four years old.” Lynn added, “ Ever since then, she’d rather be outdoors than indoors.” When I asked where she caught the big laker, like a veteran angler, Caitlin wouldn’t give up the location. She responded simply, “In a secret Adirondack pond.” Her father detailed the event. “I got home from work and called my buddy, who didn’t want to go. So I hooked up the boat and Caitlin made the choice of location. She also chose the lure, and cast it herself. I looked up and her pole was just crippled right over!“ “She hooked into it and fought it for a while before she got it to the boat. I saw it and slipped a net under, and when I hauled it out, the lure popped right out of it’s mouth.” “It was awesome”, Caitlin chimed in. “I used my favorite lure, and I call it the Scarface lure. He (dad) doesn’t have the luck I have.” It’s a wonderful story, but even more telling is Caitlin’s enthusiasm for the outdoor life. She is a Girl Scout, who loves biking, hiking, snowmobiling and driving a four

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