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THIS WEEK Lake George..............................2-4 Bolton Landing ......................5 Warrensburg ..........................6 Opinion..................................6 Thurman....................................10 In Brief ......................................11 Sports ..................................13-24 Calendar ..................................25 Outdoors ..................................26 Classified ..............................27-32


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‘East Lake George’ village idea defeated in heavy vote turnout

Bolton’s folk music fest offers solid lineup of songwriters

By Thom Randall QUEENSBURY — The proposition to create a new village, “East Lake George,” was defeated by a wide margin Aug. 26, with voters in the proposed new municipality rejecting it 189 to 370. The turnout of more than 564 voters — amongst about 750 property owners eligible to cast ballots — was considered very heavy by local officials. After helping count the paper ballots one by one, Queensbury supervisor Dan Stec sported a smile. He had opposed creating the village, which would have taken away both some lakefront property tax revenue from the town of Queensbury and authority over the municipal functions in the lakeside hamlets in North Queensbury. “Both sides of the issue aggressively put their positions

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Folk singers Chris Shaw, John Kirk, Dan Berggren and Peggy Lynn join forces for an encore at the conclusion of the 2008 Bolton Fabulous Folk Festival. The latter two, acclaimed for their original songs, will be performing at the 2010 edition of the folk fest set for Sunday in Rogers Park.

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By Thom Randall BOLTON LANDING — One of the area’s premier offerings of acoustic music is set for this weekend, as Bolton’s Fabulous Folk Festival will be held Sunday, Sept. 5. A talented lineup of folk singers and musicians is scheduled for the fest,

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Whether it’s lyrical heartfelt ballads about rural mountain life, free-spirited anthems about personal journeys, or songs that raise awareness on social justice themes, such music is annually featured at the folk festival. The music begins at 11 a.m. with the Nancy Walker Trio, who sings another set at 3 p.m. Walker has gained a


ALBANY — Six North Country veterans have filed a federal lawsuit in an effort to restore float plane access to remote Adirondack lakes. Maynard Baker, Douglas Irish, Mark Schumaker, Ronald Dixon, Richard Kenny and Joseph Franklin filed suit Aug. 23, in United States District Court alleging state policies restricting float planes from landing and taking off from dozens of Adirondack lakes amount to discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act.





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Village adds fireworks for Labor Day weekend LAKE GEORGE — The village government has planned a gala fireworks show Saturday, Sept. 4, to celebrate Labor Day weekend. The weekly shows, financed by the village of Lake George, ended last Thursday. Each week during the summer season, thousands of tourists and residents alike are drawn to the southern end of the lake to enjoy the 15-minute display. This summer, the largest crowds in recent years have been hosted by the village for these shows, officials have said. The aerial displays are designed by Alonzo Fireworks Co.; of Mechanicville. On Aug. 21, the vvillage conducted a survey of more than 750 spectators and nearly 90 percent were from outside Warren County, village officials said. The boat count in the lake exceeded 80 and the crowd was estimated at more than 5,000. This week’s show, added recently to the schedule, is being sponsored by the Lake George Steamboat Co., the Fort William Henry Corp., Surfside Resort, Shoreline Cruises, Village Mall and Captain Dick’s Crab Shack.

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Problems with foreign workers’ housing, employment prompt forum LAKE GEORGE — Problems with housing and employment experienced by foreign workers with jobs in and around Lake George has prompted the village government to plan a forum next spring. The forum is to be held in conjunction with the International Educational Exchange, an agency in Maine that arranges temporary work visas. Representatives from the U.S. Department of State, state Department of Labor and the Social Security Administration are expected to participate in the forum, according to a press release issued by village Mayor Robert Blais. Set for May 3, the meeting

is anticipated to cover a variety of topics related to employment, accommodations, fair and timely pay, and other issues related to foreign students working in a variety of positions in various resort areas. For years, recurring problems have been experienced in Lake George with substandard housing and poor living conditions experienced by many workers. A village-sponsored agency intended to prevent and correct such problems was closed down last year after a decade of certifying housing for foreign workers was safe, adequate and reasonably priced. The agency, “Connections,” also han-

dled pay disputes and a wide variety of employment-related issues. Since this “Connections” agency closed down, dozens of problems have again been reported. Similar forums held in Myrtle Beach, Cape Cod, Virginia Beach and Ocean City, Md. have proven to be extremely useful, Blais said. Two years ago, the state Department of Labor hosted a seminar on employment regulations pertaining to foreign students that was attended by more than 50 employers, according to the mayor. “The benefits of having a number of foreign students willing to work in our area

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From page 1 out there, and now we have a clear decision made by a tremendous turnout,” Stec said. “Creating a new village would have added a layer of government and it made a lot of people nervous. For now, this chapter is closed.” Paul Ryan, a Fort Ann resident and vice chairman of a village incorporation committee, wasn’t smiling after the vote count, which ended shortly after 10 p.m. Ryan and others have fought for more than five years for lower lakefront property taxes. Ryan has argued the small 4.5 mile area that would have incorporated small lakefront hamlets of the towns of Queensbury and Fort Ann paid 45 percent of Fort Ann’s budget and 24 percent of Queensbury’s — an unfair proportion. “As a group, we will stay vigilant,” Ryan said. “The town now knows we’ll stick up for ourselves and not blindly follow something that’s illegal.” Controversy over high assessments and high taxes weren’t the only issues pitting many of the lakefront residents against town officials. Queensbury and Fort Ann had both disputed the village incorporation petitions in three legal challenges — but they

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were upheld in court. There were also disputes over who could vote in the special election — caused in part by state officials who had issued evolving opinions. At first, local officials presumed only property owners registered to vote locally were eligible. Several days ago, the state broadened that guideline to include most of the property owners, and Judge Robert Muller was present Thursday at the poll site — the North Queensbury firehouse — to review eligibility of prospective voters. Those seeking Muller ’s review hadn’t registered to vote by the Aug. 19 deadline, but now with the state’s subsequent broadening of voter criteria, thought they’d qualify. On Aug. 26, Muller approved the voting eligibility of 31 local residents who weren’t registered locally, after examining their proof of local property ownership. Stec said after the vote Queensbury government hadn’t been trying to take away the voice of the residents of the local lakefront hamlets, including Assembly Point and Cleverdale. Stec blamed the state for citing vague incorporation petition requirements, contradictory voting eligibility rules and the high lakefront assessments. “This was not shenanigans on our behalf,” he said of the town’s legal challenges. ”All we were doing was trying to follow the state’s rules.”

But Ryan said there had been a lot of needless miscommunication. After the vote, he said the vote itself had been a valuable experience for all. “Getting to this point was a big step,” he said. “Just the fact we’re having a vote here is a victory for us.” Stec said although opposing the village, the Queensbury board was sensitive to the concerns the lakefront hamlet residents had raised. “We know as a board there Queensbury town supervisor are issues we have to work Dan Stec and town clerk Darleen Dougher stack and count on,” he said. The vote required two sep- ballots Aug. 26 during tabulaarate affirmative tallies from tion of the vote on whether to Queensbury and Fort Ann establish a new village incorresidents, but the proposal porating lakefront hamlets of was defeated by both sets of Queensbury and Fort Ann into voters. In Fort Ann, the a new village. The proposal proposition was downed by a was defeated 189 to 370. 54-93 vote; among Queensbury residents, the proposition was defeated 135 to 277, plus five blank or voided ballots.

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from American composer Samuel Barber. His compositions to be featured are “To Be Sung On the Water,” “Sure on this Shining Night,” and selections from “Reincarnations.” Also included on the program are Charles Villiers Stanford’s “The Blue Bird,” which paints a picture of a bird in flight over a quiet lake, and "To Daffodils" by the Sembrich's artistic director, Richard Wargo. Admission to the concert is $25. The museum is located at 4800 Lake Shore Drive in Bolton. Call 44-2431 for more information.

Crafts Sale, Folk Festival this weekend Bolton is the happening place Labor Day Weekend with the Bolton Emergency Squad presenting their Arts & Crafts Festival, Saturday and Sunday from 10-4 in Rogers Memorial Park. On Sunday, Bolton’s Fabulous Folk Festival will also be held in Rogers Park, from 11 to 6 p.m. with a lineup of Adirondack-area songwriters performing their original works. The activities end with fireworks at dusk.

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Perry receives Doctorate degree Daniel Perry, a 1997 graduate of Bolton Central School, a received a Doctorate of Physical Therapy recently from Sage Graduate College in Troy. Daniel is also a 2002 graduate of University of New England, where he received a Bachelors Degree in Medical Biology. Daniel resides in Glens Falls with his wife Jessica and son Aidan.

Bolton Seniors’ September activities set • Wednesday Sept. 8 — Warren -Hamilton Co. Seniors’ Picnic, 10 a.m. at the Queensbury Elks Lodge, Queensbury. Call Pat Pratt at 644-9459 to register. • Wednesday Sept. 15 — Saranac Lake Trip with Queensbury Seniors. At 7:15 a.m. a carpool gathers at the Bolton Senior Center to leave for Queensbury. Participants are to return to Bolton at 7:45 p.m. the Bus trip itself is from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. • Saturday Sept. 18 —

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•100 Years Ago – Sept. & Aug., 1910• Home to die in his mother’s arms J. Stewart Russell, 37, of Troy, died Aug. 28, 1910 in Warrensburgh at the summer home of his mother, Mrs. John L. (Mary) Russell, after an illness of only 48 hours. He had arrived in town at the conclusion of his summer vacation in seemingly good health and fine spirits, but suffered a sudden attack of acute Bright’s (kidney) disease which proved fatal in only a few hours. Russell, a graduate of Williams College, had studied law in the office of King & King in Troy and in 1898 was admitted to the bar. At the time of his death he was a partner in the firm of Jones & Russell. Burial was in the family plot in the Warrensburgh Cemetery near his brother, Marcus D. Russell, 32, who in 1898 was the second soldier to die in the Spanish American War with Teddy Roosevelt’s Rough Riders, in Cuba. A large delegation from Troy made a trip to the funeral in a chartered railroad car. The group was served dinner at the Grand Army House (now the site of John Henry’s tavern). (Note: Captain John Luce Russell, a native of Warrensburgh, in 1865 built the Bonnie Brae Villa, a grand mansion, around a small standing house at the base of the mountain, behind what is today the Warrensburgh Post Office. It burned in 1980 under suspicious circumstances.)

Toddler has brush with death Some strychnine tablets, prescribed for Mrs. William McLaren of Lewisville (River St.) nearly caused the death of the woman’s little granddaughter, Irene, the one-year-old baby of Walter McLaren. The baby was taking a nap and the tablets were lying on a dresser near her bed and she was later found playing with them thinking they were candy. She was taken with convulsions. Three doctors were called and Dr. Griffin arrived first

Scouts’ expedition included helping injured cyclist The Boy Scouts of Troop 30 based in Chestertown apparently combined fun with a valuable learning experience as they planned and conducted an extended camping expedition recently at Lake Eaton State Park in the town of Long Lake. Passing up on the traditional Scout camping trip to Camp Wakpominee this year, they instead planned their own fiveday excursion. The boys, ranging in ages from 11 to 15, conducted their own programs, cooked their own food, and bicycled, canoed, hiked, and worked on their scouting skills. They were rewarded by the sound of loons at night and an escort of a bald eagle as they paddled. The scouts reported the high point of the trip was when they flew on float planes based at Heim’s Aero Service of Long Lake. Their camping excursion included an unexpected en-

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Runaway at Riverside A team of horses owned by Charles Russell of Pottersville was left standing at Riverside on the night of Sept. 5, 1910, while Russell was assisting in loading a trunk into his wagon at Joseph LaPrairie’s. He had released the reins when the horses started suddenly, ran through an orchard on to the railway, thence up the track and finally landed over an embankment. The wagon was smashed and one of the horses had a leg broken in two places and had to be shot. All who know Mr. Russell regret the loss he has suffered.

Post Office robbed Burglars entered the Post Office on Maple Street in Corinth early on Sept. 13, 1910, blew open the safe with nitroglycerin and after securing about $300 worth of stamps and $100 in cash, they went down the main highway about a mile, stopped at the farm of Henry Clothier and helped themselves to his horse and wagon. Then they continued down the road and left the outfit just outside the village of Saratoga Springs, where it was found at daylight. It is believed that the thieves boarded a train and are now hundreds of miles away.

Wedding bells George J. Bump of Glens Falls and Miss Leota Duell of Warrensburgh were married Saturday morning, July 30, 1910 by the Rev. L.T. Cole at the Methodist Episcopal parsonage in Chestertown. Alfred Tucker and Seneath Maxim, both of Stony Creek, counter. They assisted a young camper who had a serious bike accident near their campsites — the scouts from North Warren summoned an ambulance and administered first aid to the boy while they waited for it to arrive. The parents of the young cyclist thanked the scouts for their quick action in helping their son. The boys earned 19 merit badges during the camping trip. Among those attending were Jacob Hill, Christian VanNispen, David Richards, Matthew Moffit, Will Jennings, Justin Harpp, Trevor Stile, Andy Hanaburgh, Jacob Smit, Nick Hitchcock, and Matt Smith, along with Scoutmaster John Belline, Committee chairman Arnou Van Nispen, Chris Stiles Jerry Smit, and Joe Klewicki.

Volunteers needed for mountain music fest You don’t have to be a Thurman resident to help out at one of the town’s premier annual events. The Fiddlers Jamboree, set for next weekend, needs volunteers to help park cars, sell tickets, and vend refreshments. The beautiful setting of the site makes for incomparable working conditions. The Jamboree is Sept. 11 and 12, at the firehouse and on Veterans Field behind Thurman Town Hall. The Thurman Fire Company sponsors a breakfast at 8 a.m Saturday. The music is scheduled all day long, with a variety of noted area musicians and groups who perform country roots music. The music resumes Sunday at noon with an emphasis on country acoustic gospel music, and the festival continues to 7 p.m. or so. Local vendors will be set up both days. Those wishing to volunteer in the event are asked to call 623-9662.

High-stakes raffle & golfing set for charity A summer jackpot 50-50 raffle is being held by North Country Ministry. The tickets are $100 each and only 200 raffle tickets will be sold. Folks who prefer to not ante up the full amount may share the cost with friends. If all tickets are sold, the cash prizes are $5,000, $3,000, and $2,000. If fewer than 200 are sold, 50 percent of the proceeds will be shared in the above ratio. The drawing will be held during the North Country Ministry’s

Marc and Amanda Fuchs of Lake George examine a 1964 Amphicar, an amphibious vehicle that was among the attractions of the Antique & Classic Boat Rendezvous held in Lake George this weekend. The vehicle, which had limited production, could travel up to six knots or 70 miles per hour on land. It was exhibited by Hall’s Boat Corporation for the twoday show. Photo by John Lustyik

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were married at their home in Dartmouth on Aug. 17, 1910 by the Rev. C.H. Mead, paster of the Stony Creek Methodist Episcopal Church. A quiet wedding took place Saturday evening, Aug. 20, 1910, when A.F. VanDusen and Mrs. Julia A. Glassbrook were united in marriage at the home of the bride in Knowelhurst, near Stony Creek, by the Rev. Frank M. LaBar of Minerva.

News roundabout The Delaware and Hudson Co. ran a special train from the Warrensburgh station to Riverside Aug. 21, 1910 for the accommodation of people in the locality who wished to attend the Riverside religious camp meeting on that day. The Pottersville Fair, which was discontinued a few years ago, will be back again this year on Sept. 20 through 23, 1910 and on the week following it will come to Warrensburgh. The shirt factory shut down Sept. 13, 1910 for the remainder of the week to give the employees an opportunity to attend the fair. G.M. Wells of Johnsburgh Corners is training a fine fouryear-old colt to drive, but with some difficulty. Alonzo Fosmer of Chestertown lost a fine horse. W.C. Johnson is threshing grain at the Meadowbrook Farm for G.H. Ingraham. Milford Kathan of Sodom, has chicken pox. Mrs. Milon U. Brown underwent an operation on Aug. 12, 1910 for a strangulated hernia at Glens Falls Hospital. Miss Ethel Prouty is teaching at the Rock Schoolhouse near Riverbank. Luther Graves will again instruct the children of his home district at Pottertown this coming term. He is a graduate of the Warrensburgh school class of 1909. D.E. Pasco has installed an engine in his new grist mill in Warrensburgh and expects to begin grinding grain in about three weeks. Readers are welcome to contact Adirondack Journal correspondent Jean Hadden at or 623-2210.

golf fundraiser event Sept. 19. Call 623-2829 for either raffle tickets or a reservation for the golf outing. The golf tournament is open for players at $85 per person and it starts at 1 p.m. The event is conducted in a four-person scramble format, and prizes are to be awarded. A set of custom golf clubs is the prize for a hole-in-one. A steak bake at the clubhouse will follow the tournament play.

Great ‘Garage Sale’ is approaching Oct. 2 and 3, brings the 31st annual World’s Largest Garage Sale to town, with its tens of thousands of visitors. Donations of gift certificates or Adirondack nick-nacks are now being sought for a gift basket to be raffled off to visitors. The chamber conducts this raffle to collect data about where visitors hail from. The chamber takes on this task to justify occupancy tax monies received from Warren County. Those who would like to share their talent and would like to perform at the garage sale, contact Sue at the chamber at 623-2161. There is no payment for performances, but entertainers but may sell CDs, books, or put out a donation jar.

St. Cecilia’s teens seek to inspire other groups Last week an article in my column announced the youth of St. Cecilia’s Church was looking for work projects to help others in need. The response has been overwhelming, and at this time they can not take any more requests — the group has enough jobs to keep them busy for many months. Phyllis Welsh, the youth director at St. Cecilia’s, told me their teens would be happy to help another church get a group started to accomplish these other community-service projects that have been suggested.

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Schumer seeks boost for state parks By Jon Alexander

vides the best “bang for the buck.” “Here in New York, we have the best state park system in the country — It’s well known,” he said. “And to close them made no sense.” He observed tourism is one of the largest industries in New York State and it accounts for 700,000 jobs and $40 billion in annual economic impact statewide. Schumer is also championing a $10 million bill that would create competitive matching grants for nationwide tourism-related infrastructure and marketing initiatives. He said the existence of state parks are vital in assuring the health of rural tourism-based economies — especially in the Adirondacks where large-scale industry isn’t allowed. Schumer offered his observations during his visits to the Lake Placid Beach House, the Wild Center and the Adirondack Museum, Aug. 27. During the visits, he touted the Travel Regional Partnership Act. Schumer is seeking to insert the parks funding proposal into the oil liability legislation that will seek repayment from British Petroleum for the cleanup costs after this year ’s spill in the Gulf of Mexico. LAKE GEORGE — U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer stated Aug. 27, he is lobbying for the release $900 million in federal oil drilling royalties to fund state parks throughout the nation. Earlier this year, Gov. David A. Paterson proposed shutting down dozens of state parks in order to save $11 million as the state grappled with a $9 billion deficit. Although the state lawmakers restored the disputed funding on the eve of Memorial Day weekend, Schumer said future state budget deficit projections look increasingly bad. “The New York state budget next year looks as if it’s in worse shape than this year,” he said. For years, the federal government has been accumulating the oil royalties, which are tagged for clean air and water initiative, Schumer said. About $400 million of the royalty fund is specifically designated for parks. Schumer continued by saying he believes funding public parks in states with floundering finances pro-

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WARRENSBURG — The Northern Adirondack Youth Football League will be holding its annual “Combine” event Sunday, Sept. 5, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Warrensburg Town Recreation Field on Sanford Street. The public is welcome to watch the action at this free event, a mass rotating scrimmage amongst seven teams. The Combine kicks off the league’s season and is a chance for all the teams to play together and put their athletic skills to the test. Players from Corinth, Fort Edward, Glens Falls, Lake George, Ticonderoga, Warrensburg and Whitehall will be participating. There are two divisions of tackle football, one squad fielding

players from 3rd and 4th grades and another with 5th and 6th grade players. The teams will be competing weekly this fall beginning Sept. 11. Each year the Combine event is hosted by one of the league’s teams. This gives that team’s program a chance to raise money by selling food and merchan-

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Mountain music to reign at Fiddlers Jamboree Bring along your partner and join in an old country hoedown at the Annual Fiddlers Jamboree in Athol which is set for Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 11 and 12. There will be bluegrass and fiddle music all day Saturday, and more Sunday, presented by some acclaimed musicians. Bring your musical instrument and join in the fun. There will be open mic, a breakfast sponsored by the Thurman Fire Co., a food booth, round and square dancing and impromptu field pickin’. You may want to bring a chair. On Sunday, gospel music will prevail, so bring your best singing voices and join in an afternoon of singspiration. The weekend event includes impromptu workshops on learning new licks on the fiddle, banjo, dulcimer, guitar, mandolin and bass, we hear. Stringed instrument repair by skilled artisans will be available Saturday. Crafts to be on display include traditional skills. Admission will be easy on the wallet, costing only $7 for Saturday, and free-will donations collected Sunday. Those with questions on the Jamboree, call 623-9961.

Driver safety course scheduled A class for safe, defensive driving is to be held in Thurman from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 15, at the town hall. This class will give folks a discount on their auto insurance. Participants must pre-register by Sept. 7, by calling 623-9425 and and then bring your drivers license and a bag lunch. Coffee will be available. The class is open to folks age 45 and older The cost will be $12 for members of the Sugar Loaf Mountain Seniors Club, which is sponsoring this class, and $14 for non-members.

Events, activities in the North Country The John Thurman Historical Society will meet Tuesday, Sept. 7, at the town hall at 7 p.m. Special speaker Martha Strodel will be joined by others from the Warren County Historical Society to talk about the new book offering new perspectives on the history of the county. As always, meetings are open to the public. A house tour of historical sights in Thurman is set for Saturday, Sept. 18, beginning with lunch at the town hall at 11:45 a.m. The lunch is an option at $7. The trolley boards at 12:45 p.m. for the tour, which costs $13. The deadline has passed, but those interested may call 623-2505 to see if there might be an opening on the tour. The senior bus runs Friday, Sept. 10, to Glens Falls to shop or for an appointment. Those seeking a ride must call Laura by Wednesday at 623-9281 to reserve a seat for this complimentary service. The Southern Adirondack Four-Wheeler Club is to meet at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 10, at the town hall. Those with questions, call 623-2007.

A rabies clinic will be in Pottersville at the firehouse Saturday, Sept. 11, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Bring your pets for their shots to protect them from rabies. For details, call 761-6580. The Thurman Emergency Squad will hold a meeting of the board members only at 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 5. The Thurman Connections Snowmobile Club will hold the first meeting of the season at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 24, at the town hall. New members are always welcome, so stop by the meeting where discussion of clearing trails, or possibly making new trails will likely be discussed. The group also needs volunteers to help as we make this a safe year for all who ride. For more information, call 623-9234. The Gleaning food distribution program will be held at the town hall at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 7. This free food program is open to all Thurman residents. For details, call 6239641. The Thurman Volunteer Fire Co. will meet at the Athol firehouse at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 6. Meetings are open to the public and anyone wishing to become a volunteer should stop by.

Special days in Thurman Birthdays occurring this week belong to Daniel Cobb, Beth Ligon, Ruth Russell and Jean Coulard all Sept. 4; Rene Yarmowich, Sept. 5; Carter Germain, Sept. 6; Barb Baker and Connor Persons, Sept. 8; Linda Parker, Sept. 9; and Emily Baker and Bob Florance, Sept. 10. A happy 52nd wedding anniversary wish is out to Cindy and Tom Needham, Sept. 6; and a happy 48th year anniversary wish to Doris and Stuart Baker, Sept. 9.

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Prepare now to help out others Also, the annual Make A Difference Day will be coming up in October. This is one day set aside throughout the region to perform a good deed, either for the community or for a person who is in need of help. This notice will give you time to plan ahead with your group or what you can do by yourself to help others. Also, if you or your group plan on filling the Samaritans Purse Christmas Shoe Boxes that will be shipped to children in all countries who may not receive any gifts, it’s best to start picking up sale items now. For details, call Gail at 623-2335. If you would like to set up a table in November at the Thurman “Country” Christmas Bazaar and sell your homemade and craft items, call ahead and reserve a table, as space is limited. To make a reservation, call Cheryl at 623-9718.

Local seniors enjoy outing The Sugar Loaf Mountain Seniors Club held their annual picnic Aug. 18, at the Fish Hatchery, and 26 folks gathered to share a covered dish picnic and lots of memories. They also added to the Adopt-A-Soldier fund that is ongoing locally. The next meeting of the seniors group, open to all, will be held Sept. 15. New members are always welcome. For more information, call 623-9425.

Remember your civic duty! Primary Election is to be held Tuesday, Sept. 14. Polls are open from 12 to 9 p.m. at the town hall. To arrange for absentee ballots, call 761-6459. Those teenagers turning age 18 by Nov. 1 can register to vote in the 2010 Election. Registration cards to fill out are available at the town hall or at the board of elections in the Warren County Municipal Center in Queensbury, or they can be mailed. To make such a request, call 761-6459.

Over the fence Get well wishes go out to Ed Feihol, Floyd Baker, Jeff Grants, Tina Brown, Kelly Schmidt, and Jackie Dingman. School buses will once again be out picking up and dropping off our school age children. Drive with caution and watch for stopped buses. Anyone who would like to help with the youth programs in Thurman can send a letter of interest to P.O. Box 29, Athol, N.Y. 12810. Would you like to help plan projects, outings, and contests for the youngsters? Also, if you are a young teen send a suggestion on what you would like the program to offer. A gripe came in from two sources on the small print being used during recent years in the Adirondack Journal. Can it go back to a reasonable, normal size for our many readers? Other publications are far easier on the eyes.

Be a member of The ‘Golden Rule Club’ As you go through your children’s’ clothes and coats, remember the annual “Coats for Kids” program will be active through the month of October. Coats, jackets, etc. can be dropped off anytime at the Warrensburg Laundry, 11 Richards

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Interim Thurman Supervisor Al Vasak watches Thurman Emergency Medical Services President Jim Desourdy sign a contract Aug. 17 with the town of Thurman for 2010 services. The contract had been held up since late last year, due to an ongoing dispute over the ambulance squad bookkeeping practices, their accumulated fund balance and their former low response rate to emergency calls. Squad officials had argued that their finances were straight, but town officials wanted more proof — a dispute that was a factor in the resignation of the town Supervisor and a board member. The signature on the contract approved $33,468 for the squad, payment for a full year’s services minus a sum spent on attorney's fees in negotiating the dispute. Photo by Thom Randall


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OnCampus Local students graduate, earn honors Students from across Northern Warren County graduated recently from various colleges, and many of them achieved various honors in the process. Jonathon Parrish, Warrensburg, graduated from the School of Systems Engineering of the University of Reading with an applied bachelors of engineering in cybernetics and electronic engineering, 1st Class. Brooke Winters, Lake George, received a bachelor of sciences degree from the college. Graduating from the State University of New York at Geneseo recently were: Marisa Hall, Diamond Point, with a bachelor of arts degree Cum Laude; Katherine Lawson, Warrensburg, with a master of arts degree. Earning a bachelors degree in sociology from the University of New Hampshire was Leah Betty O’Connor, Lake George. Susan E. DuFour, Lake George graduated with a master of science in education from Pace University. Kristina J. Knox, Lake George was named to the dean’s list at Western New England College for spring 2010. Graduating from Clarkson University recently were: Andrew M. Romanazzi, Queensbury, with a bachelors degree in mechanical engineering; and Victoria VanDerwarker, Brant Lake, with a masters in business administration. The following students were named to the dean’s list at Clarkson University for spring 2010: Alex J. Caico, Warrensburg; Cameron L. Jones, Lake George; and Chelsey L. Peat, Chestertown. Named presidential scholars at Clarkson University for spring 2010 were: Richard J. Kandora, Lake George; and Brett D. Walker, Chestertown. The following students earned highest honors for the spring semester at Skidmore College: Vincent Newell and Nicole Newell, Warrensburg. The following students graduated from Paul Smith’s College: Mark Mason, Chestertown; with an associate of applied science degree in surveying technology; Kyle Moffitt, Chestertown, with a bachelor of science degree in forestry; Lawrence Turcotte, Chestertown, with an associate of applied science degree in surveying technology; Michael Turcotte, Brant Lake, with a bachelor of science degree in hotel, resort and tourism management. Scott Fizgerald, Lake George has been named to the dean’s list at Paul Smith’s College. Graduating from The College of Saint Rose recently were: Alyssa Raine. Chestertown; Kathleen Devoe, Karina Bengsz, Meagan Gallagher, and Adam York, Lake George; and Lauren Howe, all from Warrensburg. Ryan Griffen, Chestertown, graduated from Morrisville State College with a degree in equine science. He was also named to the president’s list for spring 2010.


Presbyterian church launches new youth group

Adirondack Voices to begin rehearsals

WARRENSBURG — The Presbyterian Church of Warrensburg is starting up a new youth club for children in grades 6 through 12, and all in this age group are invited to join. The program will include time for exploration of faith and life’s questions, shared meals, recreation and service projects. The group will meet from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on the first and third Wednesdays of each month. A kickoff meeting for both youth and parents is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 15. All area youth are invited. For details, call Rev. Lucy Harris at 623-2723.

GLENS FALLS— Adirondack Voices will hold their first rehearsal at 6:45 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 7, in preparation for their annual holiday concert. Rehearsals will be held at Christ Church United Methodist, 54 Bay St. Future rehearsals will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. each Tuesday. Under the direction of Penny Schiek, the chorus — currently consisting of about 70 singers — will be rehearsing a variety of seasonal music for their Dec. 7 concert. The chorus is in particular need of male voices, and all those interested in joining the group are welcome to attend. No auditions are required; however, members must be willing to commit to attending at least three-quarters of the rehearsals at this time. For details, call 793-2620 or 792-1922.

Caldwell church to hold ‘Rally Day’ LAKE GEORGE — The Caldwell Presbyterian Church will begin Sunday School classes Sept. 12 in the church, located at 71 Montcalm St. Parents and their children, ages preschool to high school are welcome to this “Sunday School Rally Day & Pancake Breakfast” at 9 a.m. followed by church at 10 a.m. Sunday School classes are held from 10:15 to 11:15 a.m. For details, call 798-0615 or the church office at 6682613.

Presentation on hosta plants set LAKE GEORGE — A lecture on Hosta plants will be presented by hosta experts Meg and Jim Dalton at the Sept. 15 meeting of the Lake George Community Garden Club. The Daltons have been growing and hybridizing hosta for 15 years, having more than 1,700 different hosta varieties, as well as hundreds of companion plants in their woodland garden. The presentation will begin at 1 p.m. at the Lake George Senior Center, 22 Schuyler St. Seating is limited. Call 5424274 for reservations. For details, visit

BPW club holding miniature golf fundraiser LAKE GEORGE – Lumberjack Pass Miniature Golf is hosting a fundraiser from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 11, to benefit the Lake George Business & Professional Women’s Club’s Women in Need fund. With a donation of $5 or more per person, participants play 18 holes of miniature golf. All of the proceeds will be go to the fund. In existence since 1986, the BPW’s Women in Need fund has helped hundreds of women and their families through donations of money, clothing, food, and emotional support. The cash donations have assisted with heat and electric bills, food, car repairs, and other basic needs. Donations will be accepted at Lumberjack Pass Miniature Golf before, during, and after the fundraiser.

Craft vendors sought for church bazaar LAKE GEORGE — Artisans and vendors are now being sought for the Sacred Heart Church’s second annual craft fair, to be held the weekend of Oct. 9, at the church, located at 50 Mohican St. The cost per space is $25. Call 668-2046 for details, or visit for a letter and contract.

Area baseball group seeks memorabilia GLENS FALLS — The Glens Falls Area Baseball Society and Hall of Fame is appealing to the public for information, documents, photographs or memorabilia related to semi-pro baseball in the region. The society will be hosting its annual banquet Saturday evening, Nov. 13 at the Queensbury Hotel. This year, regional semi-pro and town-team baseball will be featured. Society chairman Phil Tucker said this week the group has discovered information on area teams and players from the past, but needs the public’s help in uncover additional materials. “We are hoping individuals will consider loaning us memorabilia to display at our dinner,” he said, noting the group is willing to copy documents or photographs. Tucker said he will be seeking to publish the items on the society’s new Web page. Those who would like to loan baseball artifacts, contact Tucker at 932-9676, or Sharon Thayer at 232-3530.

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Music From page 1 following for her thoughtful compositions which have primarily folk roots, but include an edge of country and jazz influence. On stage at noon is Dan Berggren, an acclaimed Adirondack troubadour who sings about life growing up in the rural Adirondacks. His keen observations, depicting life’s substance, are known to resonate with his audience. Scheduled at both 1 and 5 p.m. is Saratoga Faire, a group whose expertise spans Celtic, folk, Cajun and Elizabethan music as

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“Our veterans deserve a lot more than they’re getting,” Baker continued. “There shouldn’t be a square foot of the United States off limits to these special people, but they’ve done it.” The lawsuit names APA chairman Curt Stiles, DEC commissioner Pete Grannis, and Gov. David A. Paterson as defendants. It seeks an injunction against state regulation of aircraft operations within the Adirondack Park and seeks payment of legal fees. Controversy surrounding the use of float planes on Adirondack lakes was evident in recent discussions within the DEC and APA regarding the Wilderness classification of Lows Lake, a man-made reservoir 10 miles southwest of Tupper Lake. In April 2009, after two years of debate between preservationist groups, seaplane operators, and officials from the DEC and APA, the two agencies agreed to phase out float planes from the lake after 2011, claiming their use violated the Master Plan. The decision was made over the objections of many area residents and local officials.

Baker said Lows Lake is not among the 40 on his list, however, and the lawsuit makes no mention of Lows Lake. DEC spokeswoman Maureen Wren said the agency would not comment on the pending litigation. APA spokesman Keith McKeever also declined comment.

well as Old Songs from rural America — from high-energy instrumentals to introspective ballads. At 2 p.m. is Peggy Lynn, well-known in the region for her heartfelt songs focusing on social justice. At 4 p.m., Berggren and Lynn will team up for a set of duets. Event organizer Cindy Farbaniec said year after year, the event has grown as more and more residents and visitors have become acquainted with it. “What is more beautiful than sitting in a park and looking out over the lake and seeing the mountains beyond, while listening to folk music,” she said. “The festival provides

just a beautiful day — it’s always a marvelous conclusion to summer.” She noted with the recreational opportunities provided at the scenic park, children can have fun, while adults concentrate on the music. Adults can also enjoy the offerings of Bolton’s annual Arts & Crafts Festival, which is held simultaneously at the northern, streetside end of the park. The event is scheduled rain or shine. The bad-weather venue is the Bolton Town Hall, which has good acoustics, she said, adding why the folk music presented is perfect for the lovely setting. “It’s the lyrical songs about the simple things in life that often hold the most meaning,” she said, noting particularly Berggren’s glimpses of life in the Adirondacks. “ I can’t leave a Berggren concert without experiencing singing in my soul.“

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in court to say, ‘What are the impacts of float planes compared with what’s already being allowed?’” Norfolk said. Allowing people with disabilities the use of float planes to access the remote lakes and surrounding regions would not “fundamentally alter” the way wilderness lands are currently being utilized, Norfolk said, claiming state agencies allow the unnecessary use of helicopters and other motorized vehicles to transport supplies and researchers into some remote wilderness areas. The complaint also claims the re-utilization of float planes will have less of an impact than “the tens of thousands of hikers and campers that annually continue to devastate those lands already classified as Wilderness.” “The only thing that the preservationists and the Park Agency have complained about is the noise of a seaplane taking off,” Baker said, noting the planes make very little noise when landing. “It’s just 60 to 90 seconds of noise when the plane takes off, and then it’s gone.”

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WARRENSBURG Burgher soccer team ready for breakout season WARRENSBURG — Warrensburg High School’s boys soccer program is now under construction, and sports observers have solid prospects for the upcoming season. Only five years old, the Burgher varsity soccer team competes in the aggressive, skilled Adirondack League. Despite losing the majority of the games since their inauguration, the team is now poised to make their mark. Each year, more students have joined the squad, and this year’s crew has the largest number of experienced seniors ever — only a few graduated in 2009. In 2009, despite finishing with only a 1-15 record, the team proved their potential. That one win was an early-season game against the experienced, talented North Warren squad, which has enjoyed considerable success despite the school’s modest size. The two teams’ next mutual matchup was lost by a shot made within the final 11 seconds — and several other games in 2009 were excruciatingly close. This year, there’s a group of veteran players on the Burgher team who’ve been sharpening their skills and gaining experience through five long years. Leading the returnees are top offensive threat Ryan “Bigfoot” Belden, and Sean Young, a fast player with a strong shot, as well as Jeff Bentham, Justin Baird, David Goucher, Dan Cobb, Masyn Morey, and two standouts with experience as goalie, Dan Cobb and Aaron Seeley. Two others represent a threat to opponents — Chris Robinson, who coach Brian Lemery said is a “hard-nosed” defensive player

The 2010 Warrensburg Central varsity and junior varsity soccer team includes (front, left to right): Kurt Bedell, Chris Cupp, Megan Pierce, Lydia Hayes, Dani Desantis, Lindsey Richards, Marnie Chancy, Denver Berry, (row 2): Logan Webster, Jeffrey Bentham, Kelsey McGlinch, Tessa Acuna, Noah Markwica, David Goucher, Steven Soares, Glenn Warner, Meredith Davey, (back row): Brauer Jones, Masyn Morey, Justin Baird, Jack Eaton, Tyler McKinney, Lance Bedell, Dan Cobb, Aaron Seeley, Ryan Belden, David Simmes and Sean Young. Photo by Nancy Frasier

that can shut down other teams’ top threats; and Tyler McKinney, who has a remarkable surprise in store for other Adirondack League teams. In tossing the ball into play, McKinney often accomplishes an acrobatic “flip-throw” which resembles a handspring that launches the ball, and the feat can put opponents off-balance. The deep roster of Burgher seniors means they’ll likely be very competitive, particularly considering most of their opponents in the league have experienced substantial losses this year due to graduation.

“We’re hoping to take advantage of other teams losing top players,” Lemery said. “We’ll be seeking out a few more wins this year.” Aiding this momentum will be the robust enthusiasm the team has been exhibiting in practice, Lemery said, noting they play with confidence despite the program’s prior season records. “Our kids really enjoy the sport, and they know they’ve got nothing to lose,” he said, noting the roster’s considerable depth. “Our seniors know it’s now or never, and they want to go out on a high note,” he said.

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WARRENSBURG Burghers to toughen up mentally for 2010 WARRENSBURG — Six years ago, the Warrensburg football team soared past expectations and fought all the way to the state championship semifinals, a first-ever for the school. Since then, the football program has endured some frustrating seasons, despite a lot of talented athletes on their roster. Last year ’s record was a disappointing 2-7 tally for a team that had a lot of potential. During the past two years, the team was notorious for its brilliant plays and drives, stymied by some unexpected turnover and shortfall. The team’s actions routinely whipsawed Burgher fans’ emotions from ecstasy to agony in a matter of seconds. “Our prior teams had a lot of good stuff, but they’d blow games, and they made a ton of mistakes — they’d fall apart when things started going bad,” coach Mike Leonbruno said. “This year, we’re trying to toughen up mentally — We’ll be pushing the players to their limits, past where they think can’t go any farther.” Indeed, the 2010 year might usher in a comeback for the Burghers, considering the players’ varied talents and the enthusiasm among the players, WCS coaches said. “This season’s players are positive, committed, and they want to work,” Leonbruno said. “But everybody’s new, and we’re waiting to see what we’ve got.” Among the likely standouts will be junior Jeremy Barber, a fullback/linebacker who’s the Burghers’ main attacker and has been named a team captain, Leonbruno said. “Jeremy’s a strong kid, a mood-setter,” he said. There’s Ike Curtis, an experienced senior quarterback and defensive back; junior Lucas Nelson, a running back, receiver and safety; and junior Hunter Werner, a talented receiver and outside linebacker. Whether this talented offense will have time to make their plays is a concern, however, as the offensive line is all new, except one returning player, Adam Langworthy. Leonbruno said he’d be looking to Langworthy for leadership — to men-

The 2010 Warrensburg varsity football team includes (front row, left to right): Dakota Ovitt, Zack Schuster, Jon Vaisey, Hunter Werner, Tyler Wilcox, Tyler Williams, Seth Wood, manager Jon Russell, (row 2): Andrew Fish, Charlie Giknis, Adam Langworthy, Nolan Maltbie, Gabe MicGlire, Cody Moffitt, Nick Monroe, Lucas Nelson, (back row): Desmond Allen, Tony Auricchio, Zach Baer, Jeremy Barber, Matt Boodman, Luke Bryant, Jericho Converse Michael Curtis and Kalvin Duell. (Not pictured): Colt Ovitt and Malachi Prosper. Photo by Nancy Fraser

tor the rookies that will be blocking and protecting the backfield. Apparently part of the strategy in toughening up the defense is the move of Mark Trapasso from Special Teams coach to Defensive Coach. Trapasso’s known for setting high standards for the hard-working, successful Burgher wrestling team. Leonbruno said they’d be rebuilding the team’s defense around the Burgher linebackers: Jeremy Barber, Calvin Du-

ell, Zack Baer, Hunter Werner, Nolan Maltbie and Charlie Giknis. Baer, Barber, and Giknis are experienced wrestlers, the coach said, noting his confidence in them. “This is the best attitude team since I’ve been here,” said three-year coach Leonbruno, who is a star player for the semi-pro Glens Falls Greenjackets, and is considered one of the top quarterbacks in the NAFL.

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NORTH WARREN Cougars seek to recapture the glory Another asset of the 2010 team, is the players are multitalented, Humiston said. “Our team has a lot of interchangeability,” he said. “Most all of them can play in a lot of different positions, and we have quite a few ‘team players.’” Taking a break from barking orders to soccer players on the practice field, Humiston talked of the season’s prospects. “We look pretty good,” he said. “We’ll be decent — We can compete every night, and we’ll be looking to do some damage in Sectionals.”

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CHESTERTOWN — John Remington and Jeff Lemelson, teammates on North Warren’s championship 2007 soccer team, recently stood on the sidelines and watched their 2010 counterparts practice. “Stay with it, Joe,” Lemelson yelled. “You’ve got to push players to get them to perform,” Remington explained. In recent years, the North Warren soccer team has performed remarkably well, despite the school’s small enrollment — then in 2009, the team fell short of their goals. But this year, having lost only two 2009 seniors to gradu-

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NORTH WARREN With experience and depth, NWCS Field Hockey prompts high hopes CHESTERTOWN — The North Warren field hockey team is in the middle of a revival, and local sports enthusiasts expect that trend to continue this year. As North Warren field hockey coach Lynn Lewis surveyed her players on the field, she commented that prospects are quite good for this new team. Lewis has no less than 27 players enrolled in the program this fall, which means North Warren will have a junior varsity team as well as its varsity squad this year. And that’s a healthy number for a school with as small an enrollment as North Warren. Not having a separate JV team last year, however, offered a big advantage for this year ’s varsity team. A large group of players, regardless of age, received a great deal of experience in the aggressive, fast-paced varsity play, Lewis said. “All season long, we rotated the younger girls in, and they got valuable playing time,” she said. So despite losing the talented group of 2009 players that included Sarah Erikson,

Laura Fahey, Jenna Remington, Kelsey Hamblin and Rachel Kenney — most all of whom were Adirondack League All Star honorable mention winners — the new 2010 team should compete at least as well, Lewis said. Leading the new lineup are Kiera Warner, a top scorer from last year, Margo Broderick on defense and Annie Bennett at midfield. Lewis said she was going to pay a lot of attention to improving the offense, because scoring was relatively weak in 2009, despite all the

talent. “Our big thing this year will be to work on scoring goals,” she said. The offense will be boosted by the team’s chemistry, which is developing well in pre-season practice, she said. “The girls get along well on and off the field — they know each other well,” she said. “We’ll have a pretty strong team this year!” Assistant coach Lori Lewis, her sister, agreed. ”We’ve got high hopes,” she said.

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BOLTON LANDING Bolton soccer team determined to reclaim 2009’s top honors big hurdle to overcome,” he said. “The kids need to develop very quickly if we’re going to be competitive in the league.” Roca’s discomfort over the season’s prospects may subside in the coming weeks, considering the players’ collective attributes. “This is one of the hardest-working teams I’ve ever had,” Roca said. “Their work in practice is phenomenal. They witnessed success last year, and they want to follow in the steps of the seniors who graduated — they want to share the same experience, and they know it takes a lot of work.”

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Player. He and teammates Dan Brown and Dominic Pfau were named to first-team area All-Stars, followed by Todd Markham, Kyle Vilmar and goalie Mitchell Jordan on the second team. While Caldwell, Brown and Pfau graduated, the talented trio of Markham, Vilmar and Jordon are back on the 2010 squad. Roca, named the regional 2009 Coach of the Year, said the departure in June of eight talented seniors presented an obstacle to overcome. “We’re very, very young, and the lack of experience is a

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LAKE GEORGE Despite a roster of rookies, Warrior soccer team eyeing success more offense.” Sweeper back David Bruno, a junior, has been moved up front, White said. “He’s gonna make some stuff happen — he’s got good moves — he’s a fast ball handler — the kid can run forever.” White is also looking for offensive production up front from sophomore Mason Vreugde. Last year as a rookie, Vreudge scored the two — and only — goals in a win against Bolton, which ended up going to the Sectional finals. “Mason is really shifty and he has a big foot,” White said. “He was great as a freshman, but he’s now bigger and stronger.” White also has high expectations for his center midfielders, cophomore Carson Lambert and senior Pete Valenti. Lambert has one year of experience, and White said he’s a good passer who takes decent shots. Valenti, who played all over the field last year, has an exceptional shot and slick passing, White said. “Carson and Pete work together well,” he said. Tending the goal will be

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The 2010 Lake George Central varsity boys soccer team includes (front row, left to right): Erik Jones, Carson Lambert, Mason Vreugde, Greg Rosenthal, Jackson Donnelly, David Bruno, Tyler Potter, Vinny Grace, Sasha Goodman, Cody McCann, (rear): Tripp Heacock, Kurt Graff, Bryan Stoya, Will Connelly, Gavin Garry, Joe Farrell, Aaron Chambers, Tom Devlin, Jackson Davis, Peter Valenti, Jake McMahon, Ryan Moll, and Coach Blake White. Photo by Nancy Frasier

Ryan Moll, a junior, whose 6’4” height and athleticism should allow him to retrieve opponents shots, White said. “Ryan can boot the ball and he’s pretty aggressive,” he said. “We’ll be working on developing his hands.” The defense will include Gavin Garry, who moved from the inside to a role as central defender. White said he’s looking for Garry to mentor the younger players. Four of the younger players are apparently going to be starters, and they’re pushing the older players to do their best, White said. “There are no bad feelings about the younger guys starting,” he said. “The

chemistry on the team is big this year, and everyone’s getting along.” The group really enjoys the sport, works hard in practice, and 18 Warrior players attended the weeklong soccer camp at St. Lawrence University in July. Brian Stoya, a Lake George sophomore, was awarded most improved player — exemplifying the Warriors’ work ethic. “This is perhaps the most focused group I’ve ever had,” White said. “I’m excited about the team — it’s a fun group to be around.”


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LAKE GEORGE — For years, the Lake George soccer team has been a dominant force in the Adirondack League. Two years ago, the squad careened through the season on a 19-game winning streak, obliterating several school records on their way to a Class CC Section II title. Last year was a frustrating season for veteran coach Blake White. Despite a good roster of returning talent, the team played hard and smart, but often couldn’t snag the goals that were within reach. In many games they outshot their opponents by a wide margin, but lost the matchups. This team, however, won the Western Division of the Adirondack League, and tallied a 10-9 record overall. The graduation of the 2009 seniors meant the loss of goalie Cameron Dorman and 12 other talented players, White said. For 2010, a mere three veteran players are returning — one junior and two sophomores, he said. “We’ve got a whole new crew,” White said. “But after two nights of practice, it looks like we definitely have

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LAKE GEORGE Loaded with talent, Warrior soccer team is seeking another championship the sport, he said. “The girls have been playing together for so long — they enjoy being around one another — they’re very close as a team,” he said, noting their work ethic. “The players arrive to practice 25 minutes early with their cleats on — They’re a very motivated group.” The team has remarkable depth for 2010, considering its wealth of veterans, including All-Star talent. “Our players are very versatile, and our depth is huge,” Gordon said. “We can pull anyone off the bench and not lose a beat on the field.” Their dedication to soccer has prompted them to play sport whenever they can off-season — indoor or outdoor, pickup ball or travel-team, he said. The entire team attended soccer camp this summer, which both honed their skills and boosted that team chemistry. “We’ve got a very motivated group, and we are looking to be competitive,” Gordon said.

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The 2010 Lake George High School girls soccer team includes (front row, left to right): Reagen Morehouse, Caroline Murphy, Sophie Bruno, (middle row): Michelle Valenti, Hahnah Saroff, Emma Underwood, Jamie Jarett, Kelly McGinnis, Melissa Ferris, Rebecca Kandora, Mackenzie Perkett, (back row): Giselle Shaw, Kelly Mellon, Emily DeWaard, Kay-Kay Goutos, Courtney Laczko, Emma Feathers, Torrie Smith and Gretchen Bechard. Photo by Nancy Frasier

The lineup of talent includes Mackenzie Perkett, who Gordon said will be holding down the midfield. Caroline Murphy, who Gordon considers a “natural scorer,” is moving from midfield to forward. Also back in the lineup is Reagen Morehouse, who the coach said is a strong tackler and runs the defense. “Reagan’s our anchor in the back,” he said, noting Murphy, Morehouse and Perkett were First-Team Adirondack League AllStars in 2009. Perkett won the same title in 2008 as a freshman. The 2010 team has remarkable chemistry, plus a dedication to

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LAKE GEORGE — Girls soccer teams in the Adirondack League this year had better prepare for a tough opponent in Lake George. Not only do they have an enviable championship tradition, but their 2009 team, which won the Adirondack League crown, happens to be returning all their starters, coach Joel Gordon said. The team prevailed for their third successive year in the Adirondack League, which is becoming more and more competitive, Gordon said. “Winning the league, 2009 was a good year, but we suffered our first loss in the league which gets better every year,” he said. The team had a 10-6-1 record, which attests to their tough nonleague schedule that helps the girls hone their skills. The returning starters happen to be sophomores, which speaks of the youth of the team. They’re augmented by three experienced seniors.

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WARRENSBURG Burghers strive to uphold local tradition al, sectional and Adirondack League championships. In 2001, the team fought all the way to the State Championship finals; and two years ago, they won the Adirondack League and Class C Section II championships. That’s not all. This past year, one of the team’s stars, Abby Roth, received a scholarship to play Division I field hockey, a relatively rare accomplishment regionally. Part of the annual tradition is for the team to adopt a nickname that captures their character. Last year’s squad was called “Bad to the Bone,” and this year’s is “Hurricane,” which not only represents the level of energy the group seeks to approach in their play, but also speaks of this year’s “clean sweep” of the substantially new squad. Gone are a core group that were on the stellar prior squads — Juliette Needham, The 2010 Warrensburg varsity field hockey team includes senior players (left to right): Bianca Fuller, Hayley Corriea, Holly Kayce Duell, Molly-Kate Webster, Kelsey Schomacher, Camie Eppedico, Kelsey Williams, Gheen, Taylor and Whitney Galusha, Lindsay Wood,and Katelyn Kuklinski. Photo by Nancy Frasier Drew Lamy, Rachel Simkins, Kate Taddeo and Abby Roth — and the new roster has WARRENSBURG — The many banners hanging high on the to create its own legacy, Bump said. Four of the 2009 graduates were walls of the Warrensburg High School gymnasium and the gleam- among those on the New York state finalist squad — Roth, Lamy ing trophies in the gym lobby bear silent witness to a deep local tra- and the two Galushas. dition. No less than 11 of the 12 Burgher starters of the 2009 team gradRegardless of the specific year, Warrensburg High can be count- uated, and this year, players will need to step up and take the place ed on to produce either a championship field hockey team, or a of those talented athletes, Bump said. highly competitive one. “A hurricane clears things out, allowing for a brand-new start,” Annually, a group of stellar field hockey players graduate from Warrensburg, Bump said. “We’ve got a total rebuild ahead from the bottom up and younger players advance to take their place, with a tough challenge ahead — Anybody and everybody has the opportunity to find the Allof them — whether it’s battling for supremacy in the talented Adirondack Stars within themselves.” League and Section II, or merely living up to the tradition represented by those Key elements of this rebuilding process are junior Montana dozens of banners and trophies. Sheridan, who Bump said provides a vital spark, senior goalie Kayce Duell, and the three captains, Isabella Szabo, Kate KuklinsWarrensburg’s field hockey program is simply legendary in the ki and Molly-Kate Webster. They’ll be assisted in the effort by a triple wild card — the return league, as the Burghers have set a standard over the years that few schools even approach. For decades, they’ve routinely won region- of three players who took a year off last year — seniors Lindsey

Wood, Kelsey Williams and junior Makayla Hill. Bump said the 2010 squad, which has already demonstrated considerable improvement during the first several days of practice, appears to have the determination to live up to the Burgher legacy. “If the players all discover their strengths and weaknesses and work on them, they can achieve any goal they seek,” she said. “They have an opportunity for a dream season.” During a recent practic, Bump yelled instructions to the players as they set off for a half-mile run in the early morning fog. “Pair off and talk as you run — find out three things you didn’t know before about your partner,” she said. Bump watched them disappear into the grey mist, and said the players were developing team chemistry. “If they play like their chattering now, we’ll go far this year,” she said.

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In rebuilding stage, WCS Volleyball revival eyed WARRENSBURG — Warrensburg High School Volleyball coach Stephanie Gordon stood at the side of the gymnasium, watching her players run dozens of laps from one baseline to another. “Ladies, push it now, you can go faster than that,” she yelled as the perspiring players forced themselves to finish the drill. Gordon said Thursday she’s on a mission to resurrect the volleyball program which has been at the bottom of the league for years now, and make it competitive. In the mid-1990s, the Warrensburg volleyball team was for several years a top contender for the Adirondack League title, then it fell into a prolonged slump. Several months ago, the volleyball program was almost scrapped in school district budget cuts. The 2009 team lost all its matches, but the 0-12 or so record doesn’t discourage Gordon. “They are just numbers,” she said noting her 2009 team had some glory moments. “We won some awesome individual games last year, and we’re working now on improving the program.” Gordon is determined to see the program thrive — and this year, she said, there’s a core group of players that can spark a turnaround. Setter Chanel Barboza, middle hitters Kirsten Morehouse and Ashlee Leary and outside hitter Candace Riddle will be keeping the play competitive, she said. “These players have a lot of dedication and teamwork,” she said. During the past two years, the team has been performing a series of drills that have boosted their ball-handling instincts and sharpened their basic skills and form, according to assistant coach Jessica Ryan, who recently played college volleyball at Mount St.

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Vincent. Ryan has been helping develop skills of not only the varsity players, but at modified and junior varsity levels, with an aim to strengthen the program. “Last year, we got the basics out of the way, and now we’ve moved on to the fun stuff,” she said. Gordon said the increased skill level of her varsity players this year means bright prospects for the season.

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“I have a good feeling right now about this team,” she said. “I’m excited for this coming year.” “I definitely see their determination,” she continued. “It seems like they really want to be on the court — they’re excited about the season.”

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NORTH WARREN North Warren runners may set new school records this season State championship meet, and Cassie Maday went to the states year before last — also as a freshman — although an injury prevented her from competing in 2009. Also on the team are sophomore Mallory Wolf, a 2007 league All-Star, and senior Tori Mardis, who is equally talented, McCann said. “This is the best girls team we’ve ever had, and we’ve had some great ones over the years,” McCann said. The boys squad, although smaller with seven runners, also has substantial potential. In past years, boys team has logged its share of successes, winning consecutive Adirondack League championships from 2005 through 2007, and a Sectional title in 2007. That latter year, the girls came in second in the league. This year has equal prospects, considering the talent on the team. There’s senior Alex Underwood, who McCann said has an excellent chance at the state meet, and classmate John Gordon, who also has top potential, considering his six years’ running experience. Newcomers on the boys team who look promising include Joe Strauss and Ian Underwood, McCann said. “The teams are loaded with talent, and each runner has an opportunity to rise to the top,” he said, while the runners took off in a sprint in front of their school. “I can’t say who the top five on either team will be this season,” McCann said with a smile. “We’ve got some real talent, and we’re looking for a breakout year.”

North Warren 2010 cross-country track team members include (front row, left to right:) Charissa Cronk, Lydia Kenny, Maggie Atkinson, Megan Erickson, Cassie Maday, Haleigh Simmons, Coach Judy Benway, (rear): Coach Bernie McCann, Ian Underwood, John Gordon, Alec Underwood, Ryan Olsen, Christiaan VanNispan and Josef Strauss. Photo by Nancy Frasier

CHESTERTOWN — North Warren High School’s crosscountry program is remarkable, considering their accomplishments despite the school’s small enrollment. Their cross-country runners have racked up one title after another over the years, and 2010 will likely follow suit. Coach Bernie McCann said his runners might not only live

up to the legend, but may surpass accomplishments of the past. Last year, the North Warren girls squad won the Adirondack League, and this year, their lineup of 11 runners is stronger than ever, McCann noted. Sophomore Megan Erikson qualified last year — as a freshman — for the New York

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BOLTON LANDING Bolton girls seeking to fulfill their potential all-around player,” Morency said of the two team captains. “I’ll be leading heavily on them.” These two aren’t the only assets of the team. In 2009, the squad lost only three Seniors to graduation, so there’s a solid core of returning players with plenty of experience. This group includes Taylor Grover, who is a four-year starter. On defense, Rosie Denne, a Junior, will be serving the team for the third year as starting goalkeeper. Morency said the team includes an outstanding eighth grader, Olivia Seamans, who worked hard to earn a spot on Varsity. “The sky’s the limit for Olivia,” Morency said. “She works very hard, and she’ll get out of it what she puts into it.” Morency cautioned that the team has a lot of work ahead to prevail in the Adirondack League, which is getting more competitive year by year. “We’re playing schools that are much bigger, so a lot will depend on how much effort and commitment the girls put into this season,” he said, praising their work ethic. “So far, it looks like we should have a productive season.”

Bolton High School 2010 Varsity Girls Soccer schedule The 2010 Bolton Varsity Girls Soccer team includes (front, left to right): Tori Persons, Taylor Grover, Liz Parker, Charlotte Caldwell, Alana Peterson, Marisa Parrotta, Sierra Detrick, Julie O'Donnell, (rear): Coach Patrick Morency, Molly Schoder, Rosie Denne, Kim Wright, Marie DeLorenzo, Olivia Seamans, Sydney LaPan, Maddy Wilson, Tristyn Grover, Danielle Breault and Olivia Clesceri. (Not pictured): Emma Cady, Hallie Maranville, Megen Flynn and Courtney Kincaid. Photo by Nancy Frasier

BOLTON LANDING — Success is a tradition for the Bolton Central Girls Soccer team. Between 2006 and 2008, the team dominated the Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference’s Division II. Last year, their first season in the Adirondack League, they lost two talented players — one of them was Elizabeth Parker, sidelined by a knee injury. But despite these obstacles, the

2009 team managed to place second in the league, tallying a 5-5-3 record. This year, Parker is back, and new Bolton girls soccer coach Patrick Morency has high expectations for Parker and fellow Senior Charlotte Caldwell in leading the team to new accomplishments. “Charlotte is an experienced defender, and Liz is a great

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The 2010 Lake George Central varsity football team includes (front row, left to right): Matt McGowan, Josh Borgh, Kyle McCabe, Alex Liucci, Jack Clark, Corey Yorks, Kyle Bachem, (row 2): Peter Fisher, Marty Zivica, Robby Ford, Ryan Johnson, John Stranahan, Lee McCabe, Hunter Hamilton, (rear): Art Barber, Nathan Fidd, Charles Barber, Willy Blunt, and Alex Labruzzo. Photo by Thom Randall

LAKE GEORGE — For decades, the Warriors have been successful with their aggressive smack-down, no-holdsbarred brand of football. Two years ago, they took their game to new heights, clobbering one opponent after another to tally an undefeated season. They shattered school records in the process. Last year, after a promising 5-1 start, injuries took their toll. Caleb “Monster” Meroski, the record-setting running back, chipped his ankle, and the season ended short of a Sectional title. In June, a group of talented seniors graduated. Meroski is

now running like a locomotive for Alfred University. But Jack Clark, Kyle and Lee McCabe are back. So is Willy Blunt, who moved into quarterback position last year as a freshman, surprising a lot of people with his prowess. Coach Jeff Bennett said he expects a solid year from Blunt. “Willy’s comfortable back there this year, and he’s excited to play,” Bennett said. That’s not all Bennett and his crew have lined up for the 2010 season. There’s Matt McGowan at wide receiver, who not only possesses the 6’6” height to let Blunt throw some lofty shots

above the reach of defenders, but he’s got good hands — look at his record as a Warrior basketball standout. “McGowan’s a real specimen on the field,” Bennett said, predicting more airborne plays this year. “He’s definitely a weapon.” And the “Meroski factor” is now likely to be fulfilled by senior Alex Liucci, tailback and linebacker. Liucci ought to know how to run, dodge and blast through opponents like Meroski did — Liucci blocked for him routinely all last year, mowing down the guys who tried to get close. Blunt will also likely be handing the ball off to Connell McCabe and Marty Zivica, who play tailback as Meroski did. The offense may be experienced and athletic, but the 2010 squad’s defense may be the dominant element in their success. “Our defense is pretty much all back this year, and as a unit, they look good,” Bennett said. “We’ve got good meat on the front line.” The beef, he said, is represented by Jack Clark, Lee McCabe and Kyle Bachem. “They’re all very strong,” Bennett said, adding that his team looks balanced with the players exhibiting a variety of talents — as well as enthusiasm. “Our guys work hard, they don’t miss practices — they’re dedicated,” he said. “We’ve got experienced players in key areas, giving us good leadership, and we’re happy with the chemistry.”

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Lake George hockey team is moving forward with enthusiasm, commitment Hillary Clark, a tough, strong defender. “Jenna and Hillary will be running the team for me, so they’ve got a lot on their shoulders,” Barrows said, noting that Bechard, who teaches at a field hockey camp, is being moved to the center-midfielder position. “So far, they’ve done a great job of team building, running practices, and getting the girls pumped up for the season.” Carissa Root, a standout athlete, is returning to the forward line. Carrie Stewart, who’s taking over for veteran goal-tender Chelsea Oberowski, is working hard on honing her abilities, Barrows said. Jessica DeNooyer, a returning Junior, shows promise on the forward line, and Jessica Stein, a Senior newcomer, is training for defense, the coach said. Senior Carly Beecher should be good asset on defense, she continued. All are working hard to improve their game play, Barrows said. “With eight Seniors graduating, it’s a rebuilding year,” she said. “We definitely have a lot of new players now concentrating on skill development.” Barrows said she was impressed about how the players have shown such commitment to field hockey, particularly after the school board months ago proposed scrapping the program in a budget-cutting effort. The players have been turning out in force, and attended extra practices as well, Barrows said. “The girls are willing to put in extra time, they’re trying to build as a team, and we’ll see what the season brings,” she said. “They’re here to play, and I’m very happy about what’s ahead.”

Lake George Central 2010 Varsity Field Hockey schedule The 2010 Lake George High Schooll Varsity Field Hockey team includes (front row, left to right): Brittany Mulcahy, Kiersten Morehouse, Abby Evans, Jenna Bechard, Carissa Root, Brittany Caitlin, (middle): goalie Carrie Stewart, (rear): Jessica Stein, Carly Beecher, Hillary Clark, Samantha Root, Jessica DeNooyer, and Elizabeth Roz. (Not pictured): Courtney Scroggy, Amber Reid, Jesse Pagnotta, and Evelyn Williamson. Photo by Nanct Frasier

LAKE GEORGE — Fresh off a turnaround year, the Lake George Field Hockey Team is now eyeing another successful season, the squad’s coaches said this week. The 2009 season was full of aggressive play, and highlights included beating the storied Warrensburg team twice, although the Burghers revenged the loss in Sectional play, recalled former Lake George coach Heather Usher, who this season is tending a baby at home. Her 2009 team tallied an 8-7-4 record, just two games behind Johnsburg, Adirondack

League champions. For 2010, Tonya Barrows takes over for Usher, and she shares similar enthusiasm about the team’s prospects. Although the team lost eight Seniors including standouts Katelyn Callahan, Taylor Dawson and goalie Chelsea Oberowski, some heavy-hitters are returning to the squad, Barrows said. Returning talent includes forward Jenna Bechard, considered a strong leader who scored a lot of goals in 2009; and

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LAKE GEORGE Lake George Volleyball team seeking to add to their legacy Stanilka, Lake George’s volleyball coach for 35 seasons, said her 2010 team was working hard and had solid skills. “Our players are enthusiastic, they love the sport, they work well together,” she said. “They want to uphold the Lake George tradition.” Among those leading the charge are seniors Katy Munzenmaier, Erin Blunt, Kaylie Potter, and Kelly Flaherty, alongside juniors Amanda Chambers and Chelsea Sipowicz — all of whom have significant experience. Three other juniors will also be key in the 2010 campaign, Stanilka said. “We’re young, but we have strong potential,” she said, noting the team was advancing, step by step. “We’re taking one day at a time — Rome wasn’t built in a day”

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The 2010 Lake George volleyball team includes (front, left to right): Courtney Casey, Chelsea Sipowicz, Amanda Chambers, Amanda Mastropietro, (rear): Hayley Humiston, Katy Munzenmaier, Erin Blunt, Kelly Flaherty, Kaylie Potter, Emily Borgh, and Kate Bauder. LAKE GEORGE — There are simply not enough superlatives to describe the Lake George Volleyball program, which has dominated the region nearly every year for the last quarter-century and is recognized as among the top in New York State. In 2009, the varsity volleyball team won the Adirondack League and was runner-up in Section II — and that was an “off year” that other schools would doubtlessly covet. In 2008 the volleyball team racked up league, sectional and regional championships and ended up in the State Championship Final Four. During the past 20 years, the team has won the Section II championship 16 consecutive years. And the few years the team didn’t win, they were a top contender.

The Warrior teams have fought all the way to the state tournament 12 times since 1990 alone, and won the title in 2001. Considering the Warrior volleyball tradition, the 2010 squad has a formidable standard to work toward. Coach Cathy Stanilka said her team lost five talented seniors this year — Chelsea Scott Sara Anderson, Tess Bannon, Julia Hall, and Rachel Pliscofsky, all of whom had helped propel their team in 2009 to the state tourney Final Four. Despite this deficit, she said, the 2010 team is working hard in rebuilding the chemistry with an eye on yet another successful season. Recently, during their daily 150-minute practice sessions, the 2009 players were executing drills with energy and precision.

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Lake George runners have heart as well as talent his prospects this year,” he said. The bright outlook prevails for the Lake George Girls CrossCountry team as well. Returning to the squad for 2010 is twotime Adirondack League individual champion Kacey O’Brien, a Senior. In 2009, she finished in Sectionals just a few places short of qualifying for the state championship meet. O’Brien, a co-captain along with Courtney Mastrodomenico, will be leading their squad, Smith said. “Hopefully we’ll have a very strong year for O’Brien and the other Seniors to finish out their careers,” Smith said. On the boys team, Sophomore Dan Jardine shows promise, Coach Smith said. Senior Corey Tomko, a team captain, has demonstrated both tremendous improvement and extraordinary leadership skills, Smith said. Although the team annually snags headlines, one of the guiding philosophies of the lake George Cross-Country program is that achieving one’s own individual goals is as highly valued as winning the glory titles, Smith said. The team welcomes runners of all shapes and sizes, and some are championship material, and others have a goal of finishing a race. All are encouraged and mentored to do their best, regardless of their physical profile or innate potential, Smith said. “We seek to have all perform well,” Smith said, praising the veteran team members for mentoring the less experienced and younger runners. The team has both girls and boys representing each high school grade, 7 through 12. Underwood, Tomko, O’Brien, Mastrodomenico and the other veterans look after the younger set, Smith said. “They’re all very encouraging to all runners, regardless of their ability,” Smith said. “We have a family atmosphere.”

The 2010 Lake George Varsity Cross-Country team includes (front row, left to right): Casey Bills, Dan Jardine, Kacey O'Brien, Kelly O'Brien, Tiara Palazzo-Cross, (rear): Connor Chapman, Willie Underwood, Tim Savitz, Courtney Mastrodomenico, Sarah Jardine and Coach Scott Smith. Photo by Nancy Frasier

LAKE GEORGE — In only two years at the helm, Lake George Cross-Country Coach Scott Smith has established a remarkable legacy of winning. In 2008, the girls team won the Adirondack League Championship and Section II title, and in 2009, the boys squad won the crown. This year, the tradition is bound to continue. Although Steve Petramale — a top runner in the state —

graduated in 2009, his outstanding teammate Willy Underwood returns for another season. Last year, Underwood secured second place in the Adirondack League championships, then finished third in the Sectional competition, but proved the depth of his talent weeks later by placing fifth in the state championship tourney, Smith said. “Willy beat the best in the area, and we’re very excited about

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SATURDAY September 4, 2010

ADIRONDACK JOURNAL - 25 Rogers Park. Wide array of handcrafted goods, including Adirondack furniture & lawn furniture, jewelry, weaving, wooden ware, photos, paintings, more. Free. Benefits Bolton Emergency Squad. Details: 644-3831 or

Sunday Sept. 5 BOLTON LANDING — Fabulous Folk Festival/Fireworks, Music from 11 a.m.- 5:30 p.m. in Rogers Park features acclaimed musician/songwriters Dan Berggren, Peggy Lynn, Nancy Walker Trio, & Saratoga Faire. Free. Fireworks follow at dusk. See article in this issue for details. BOLTON LANDING — Labor Day Weekend Fireworks, 8 p.m. in Rogers Park, Lake Shore Drive. Free. Details:

Day at 696-2766 for more information. GLENS FALLS — Progressive Film Forum, 7 p.m. Friday nights at WARRENSBURG — Exhibits of artifacts, photographs and environments highlighting local history in the newly revitalized Warrensburgh Rock Hill Café, 19 Exchange St. Free. Stimulate your cerebral cells with Tuesday Sept. 7 Museum of Local History, open Wednesdays and Sundays from 1 p.m. a thought-provoking film. Details: 361-6278. ATHOL — “Ask the Authors” event. Hobnob with authors of the New GLENS FALLS — Grief Support Group, 5 p.m. — 6:30 p.m. first Tuesto 4 p.m. Located at 3754 Main St. just north of Stewart’s, and the enHistory of Warren County, 7 p.m., Thurman Town Hall. Book-signing, day and third Wednesday of each month at the Church of the Messiah trance — handicapped accessible — is in the rear. Call Museum Difree. details: 623-9305 or: Parish, 296 Glen St. No fee nor registration needed. Contact Erika at rector Steve Parisi at 623-2928 or 623-2207 for details. Thursday Sept. 9 THURMAN — Farmers’ Market at Thurman Station, Rte. 418 at rail High Peaks Hospice, 743-1672, for details. WARRENSBURG — Readings by regional authors and poets, 7 p.m. NORTH CREEK — Exhibition: “Remarkable Women of the Adironplatform, Wednesdays through fall.Locally grown produce, crafts, maple dacks” by Sandra Weber, at Tannery Pond Community Center Gallery, at Willows Bistro, 3749 Main St. Free. Details: products, more. 3-6 p.m. Details: 623-9718 or: or: 504-4344. Main St. Call 251-3711 or see for hours. NORTH CREEK — Live music at barVino from 7-9 p.m. Noted intiFriday Sept. 10 BOLTON LANDING — Live concerts 7:15 p.m. Tuesdays & movies LAKE GEORGE — Elvis Dinner Cruise, on the Lac du Saint Sacre8:30 p.m. Wednesdays in Rogers Park, Lake Shore Dr. Bring chairs or mate jazz club. Details: WEVERTOWN — Johnsburg Historical Society meeting, noon, 1st ment, board at 5:30 p.m. at Steel Pier, Beach Rd. Enjoy Memphis-style blanket. Free. Details: 644-3831 or: Monday of month, Wevertown Community Center. Open each Mon. 10 buffet dinner with Elvis tribute artists. $, reservations. 668-5777 or BOLTON — Nature programs daily except Sundays during summer a.m. to 2 p.m. 251-5788 at UpYonda Farm environmental education center, Rte. 9N north of LAKE GEORGE — 1950's Dinner & Dance Show, at The Forum, Bolton Landing. Programs (most at at 1 p.m.) include topics like butter- Thursday-Sunday, Sept. 2-5 GLENS FALLS — Beckett’s groundbreaking play “Waiting for Godot,” 2200 Rte 9. Features the Shallows Band. Details: 668-2200 or: fly and bird watching, solar energy aquatic adventures, Starlab Planetarium.Trails, nature museum, wildlife pond,guided walks. Details: 644- presented at the Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls by Painted Pony NORTH CREEK — “Remarkable Women of the Adirondacks.” StoRanch Actor’s Retreat. Details: call 696-5353 or: 215-598-3727 or see: 9767 or see ryteller Sandra Weber accompanied by musician Peggy Lynn. Linked to LAKE GEORGE — Summer Shepard Park events include “Musical ongoing exhibit. 7:30 p.m. at Tannery Pond Community Center, Main St. Magical Mondays,” weekly through summer, 7-9:30 p.m. includes live Friday Sept. 3 251-3711 or: music, magicians, children's entertainment, jugglers, clowns, bounce WARRENSBURG — Riverfront Farmers' Market, 3-6 p.m. in town QUEENSBURY — SunKiss Balloon Festival, 4 p.m.- 10 p.m. at houses.Weekly “Tuesday Tributes” features various tribute artists, 7 p.m. park at 173 River St. Locally grown produce, maple syrup, wine, baked SUNY Adirondack, 640 Bay Rd. 20 fanciful balloons. Free. Music, acThursdays feature fireworks at 9:30 p.m., weather permitting. All are goods, cheese, organic meats, poultry, more. Details: 466-5497. tivities, food. Details: 793-0373 or: Details: 668-5771 or tival DIAMOND POINT — Farmers' Market, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. on Lawn of Friday-Sunday, Sept. 3-5 LAKE LUZERNE — American Finals Rodeo, 8 p.m. at Painted Pony Friday-Saturday, Sept. 10-11 Diamond Pt. Community Church, Lake Shore Dr. Locally grown proRanch. Three days of professional rodeo events sanctioned by APRA. duce, specialty goods, more. Details: 668-3962. GLENS FALLS — Play: “Eurydice,” by Pendragon Theatre, 7:30 p.m. 703 Howe Rd. off Rte. 9N. $. Details: 696-2421 or www.paintedponyLAKE GEORGE —Yoga Classes, Tuesdays in the Courthouse at Charles R. Wood Theater, Glen St. Classic myth of Orpheus in new Gallery, Amherst St. Lake George. Beginner sessions: 5:15 - 6:15 p.m., light. $. Details: 874-0800 or: STONY CREEK — Jack Pot Labor Day Rodeo at Thousand Acres Intermediate, 6:30-8:00 p.m. Contact Cheryl at 802-236-8489 WARRENSBURG — Beginning Yoga Classes, Thursdays 9 -10 a.m. Ranch. Special weekend package of activities and amenities. Details: Friday-Sunday, Sept. 10-12 LAKE GEORGE — Adirondack Nationals Car Show, Canada St. or: 696-2444. at River Street Athletic Club, River St. Call Cheryl at 802-236-8489. Classic, antique, muscle cars, custom and street rod car show, family BOLTON LANDING — Exhibit: “Fine Art in the Heart of the Adiron- Saturday Sept. 4 activities, scavenger hunt, Poker Walk, crafters, vendors, fireworks. 821dacks,” Lakeshore Gallery, 4985 Lake Shore Dr. Regional artists: oils, CHESTERTOWN — Annual Smorgasbord, 5-7 p.m. at Community watercolors, pottery, jewelry. Thurs.-Sat. , 11 a.m.- 4 p.m. Free. Through Methodist Church, Church St. Area’s best cooks offer their best; great 6237 or LAKE GEORGE — Adirondack Vette Fest, 2206 State Rte. 9N, Lake Sept. or 644-9480 socializing. Adults: $9; children: $4.50. Details: 494-3374. George. Corvette show. Welcome party, fun display Fri. Auto cross, gimBOLTON LANDING -- Henriette's Attic, a quality thrift shop at the BOLTON LANDING — American Choral Music with Lyric Consort, at Church of St. Sacrement on Rte. 9N, open Thurs., Fri. & Sat. 10 a.m.- Marcella Sembrich Opera Museum, Lake Shore Dr. $. www.thesem- mick road rally, high peaks tour Saturday, Car show Sunday. 2 p.m.The shop features men's, women's and children's clothing, house- or: 644-2431. hold items, giftware, toys and books. New or gently used donations welNORTH CREEK — Chicken barbecue & concert, 4-7 p.m., Ski Bowl Saturday Sept. 11 come. WARRENSBURG — Annual Sept. 11 Memorial Ceremony, 7 p.m. at Park, Rte. 28.Event benefits the Outreach Center's food pantry. KeyLAKE GEORGE — Exhibit of paintings by Don Wynn at Adirondack stone band to perform. Tickets are $8 or $7 for seniors. Details: Call Su- floyd Bennett Memorial Bandstand, uptown. Hundreds gather for anMountain Club headquarters, 814 Goggins Rd. near Northway Exit 21 san at 251-2225, 251-3481 or see: nual candlelight service to honor victims and heroes of the 2001 terand Rte. 9N. Exhibition runs through Oct. 30. Open daily and Saturday NORTH CREEK — Trio Casals in concert, 7:30 p.m. in Tannery Pond rorist attacks. Music by local high school band, bagpipers, speeches, during office hours. See or call 668-4447 for details. etc. Community Center, Main St. Violin, Cello, piano. $. 681-1715 or: CHESTERTOWN — Town Youth Commission meets the first Tues- WARRENSBURG — Annual chicken barbecue of the Warrensburg day of each month, public invited. Call Nicole at 494-7725 for details. VFW Men’s Auxiliary, 2-6 p.m. at the VFW Hall on Main St. just north of Saturday-Sunday, Sept. 4-5 CHESTERTOWN—North Country Caregivers Support Group meets Stewart’s Shop. BOLTON LANDING — Arts & Crafts Festival, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. daily in the 2nd Tuesday of each month at the Chester-Horicon Health Center at 6:15 p.m. For details, call 251-2581. CHESTERTOWN — Chess Club meets every Saturday at the Chester Library from 9 a.m. to 1 CHURCH LISTINGS - The Adirondack Journal Caldwell Presbyterian ChurchParish Life Director: Sister Francesca Husselbeck. Wednesday, Sept. 15 at 5:30 p.m.. All youth are provides this church directory as a courtesy to our invited.  For more details, call Rev. Lucy Harris at 71 Montcalm St., Lake George 12845. Rev. Shirley Sacramental Minister: Rev. John O’Kane. p.m. All levels, all ages welcome. readers and visitors to our area. Any changes or 623-2723. Mosholder. 518-668-2613. Sunday Service at 10 518-251-2518 additions can be made by calling 873-6368. a.m. Food Pantry Distribution 2nd Friday of Free Methodist ChurchFree chess lessons. NORTH RIVER month. Website: Sunday school 9:45 a.m.; Worship Service 10:45 BOLTON CHESTERTOWN — Chester United Methodist ChurchSt. James Episcopal Church a.m.; Wednesday midweek prayer and Bible study Emmanuel United Methodist ChurchSunday services 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. Rev. Julie Service and church school at 10 a.m. For 7 p.m. Rev. Richard Leonard. Library Board of Trustees meets at Sunday Service at 9 a.m. 644-9962. information call 251-4071. McPartlin. 668-2001. Warrensburg Assembly of GodRev. Myron Ducharme, Pastor 6:30 p.m. the third Tuesday of Sacred Heart Roman Catholic ChurchSunday school 9:45 a.m.; morning worship 11 a.m.; POTTERSVILLE First Baptist ChurchMohican St., Lake George, NY 668-2046. Sat. Vigil Christ Church EpiscopalThursday youth meeting 7 p.m.; evening service 6 every month in the library at the (A.B.C. Affiliated) Sunday School at 9 a.m. Mass at 4 p.m., Sun. Mass at 8:00 a.m., 9:30 a.m. & p.m.; Wednesday prayer 6 p.m.; Bible study 7 p.m. Sunday Eucharist 11 a.m. (See Adirondack Missions Morning Worship at 10 a.m.; Wednesday 6:30 p.m. Municipal Center, Main St. Public 11:00 a.m. Sacrament of Reconciliation Saturday Brank Lake). Dr. Ronald Parisi. 623-2282. Bible Study & Prayer. For information, call 644- 3:00 p.m. to 3:45 p.m., Weekday Mass: Monday, The Holy Cross of Warrensburgwelcome. Call 494-5384 for dePottersville United Methodist Church 9103. Rev. Edward Blanchard. Wednesday & Friday 8 a.m. (There is no Mass on Worship 9 a.m. Rev. Sharon Sauer, 494-2517. Saturday evening mass 5:30 p.m. Sunday Eucharist Solid Rock Assembly of Godtails. Tuesday or Thursday) Father Thomas Berardi, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church& Sermon 8 & 10 a.m.; Sunday school 9 a.m.; coffee Adult Sunday Services 11 a.m. Children’s church pastor Sunday Worship and fellowship 10:30 a.m. in Faith hour follows each service; Tuesday Eucharist & CHESTERTOWN — Not only also at 11 a.m. downstairs. Adult Sunday School at Chapel of the Assumption (Roman Catholic)Healing 10 a.m., 5:30 p.m.; Wednesday Mass 5:30 10 a.m. and Children’s Sunday School at 10 a.m. Ridge Road Route 9L, Cleverdale, NY is closed. Hall at SonRise Lutheran Ministries Conference p.m.; Thursday Eucharist 10 a.m.; Holy days as great books and resources, but exCenter, 8260 Rt. 9, Pottersville, NY. For information downstairs. Bible study Thursday at 6 p.m. with 668-2046 / 656-9034. Fr. Thomas Berardi, pastor announced. Father John Cornelius, SSC. 623-3066. please call 494-7077. Sister Dale. Pastor Skip Hults and Sister Dale. hibits at Chester Library, Chester Lakeside ChapelFaith Baptist 251-4324 Cleverdale: Sunday services through August at 10 Lighthouse Baptist Church Sunday school 9:45 a.m.; preaching services 10:45 Municipal Center, Main St. During Episcopal Church of Saint Sacrament, Bolton Landinga.m. Meets at Rt. 9 (next to The Wells House Hotel). a.m. and 6 p.m.; Wednesday prayer service 7 p.m. Sat. Evening Mass 5 p.m.; Sun. Eucherist 8 a.m. & First United Methodist ChurchAugust, featured are the works of Rev. Lee B. Call 623-4071. Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Worship Service 10:50 10 a.m.; Sun. School 11 a.m.; Bible Study 11:45 a.m.; 78 Montcalm Street, Lake George, N.Y. 12845, Stuart Johnstone; during Septema.m., Evening Service 6:00 p.m., Mid-Week First United Methodist ChurchWed. Mass 7 p.m. Father Jim Loughren. 644-9613 Sunday Service: 10 a.m. Rev. Meridith Wednesday Service 7:00 p.m. Sunday school 9:30 a.m.; Sunday worship 11 a.m.; Blessed Sacrament Catholic Churchber, Stan Burdick’s cartoons. Vanderminden. 743-8756. Bible Study - Monday 7 p.m. 518-623-9334. Goodman Avenue. Saturday Vigil Mass 5:30 p.m.; Diamond Point Community ChurchSTONY CREEK Stephen Andrews, Pastor. Hours: Tues. & Sat., 9 a.m.-1 p.m.; Sunday Mass 9 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.; Rosary and Sunday Service 10 a.m. June 21-September 6, 2009. Knowlhurst Baptist ChurchSt. Cecilia’s Roman Catholic ChurchNovena 9 a.m. Tuesday; Communion Service 9 Community Church welcoming all denominations. Sunday school 9:45 a.m.; morning worship 11 a.m.; Eucharist at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, 10 a.m. on Wed.& Thurs., 1 p.m.-6 p.m.; Fri., a.m. Thursday and Saturday. Parish Life Director Visiting ministers. Sunday. Sacrament of Reconciliation 4 p.m. evening worship 6 p.m. Wednesday prayer 7 p.m. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Story Time & SingKathie Sousa 644-3861. Grace Communion InternationalSaturday. Bible Study, Saturday at 3:30 p.m. & THURMAN Worship Services held Saturdays 11:00 a.m. at Sunday at 10:15 a.m. Parish Life Director Sister BRANT LAKE A-Long every Friday at 11 a.m. Sacred Heart Parish Hall. 56 Mohican St., Lake Christ Community ChurchLinda Hogan CSJ & Sacramental Minister Father Adirondack Missions of the Episcopal ChurchFree. Details: www.chesterliSunday services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday Paul Cox. 623-3021. 494-3314 - Fr. Robert Limpert, Fr. Michael Webber, George, NY. Dennis R. Hoyt, Worship Service Athol: Facilitator. Home: 518-587-1221. Cell: 832-0660. school 9:45 a.m.; Wednesday Bible study and prayer First Baptist or 494-5384. Fr. Dennis Pressley. meeting 7 p.m. Rev. William G. Lucia, pastor. Please call ahead to confirm attendance. 3850 Main St., Worship Service 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.; St. Paul’s Episcopal ChurchThurman Baptist ChurchCHESTERTOWN — Paintings Sunday school 9:45; Thursday mid-week. 7 p.m. Sunday Eucharist 9 a.m. (see Adirondack Mission, LAKE LUZERNE Sunday school 9:45 a.m.; worship hour 11 a.m.; Ron Burdett, Pastor. above). by George Winter, on exhibit at Hadley-Luzerne Wesleyan Church evening service 6 p.m.; Wednesday prayer service 7 Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s WitnessesBrant Lake Wesleyan445 Route 9N, Lake Luzerne, NY. Sunday bible p.m. Rev. Bob Herrmann, pastor. Chester Library, Town of Chester Sunday Public Talk and Watchtower starting at Morning worship 9 a.m., Fellowship 10-10:30 a.m., hour 9:45 a.m., Sunday morning worship 11 a.m., Kenyontown United Methodist Church9:30 a.m. and Bible Study, Theocratic Ministry Sunday school 10:30-11:15 a.m. 494-2816. Municipal Center, Main St. Free. Wednesday evening groups for all ages 6 - 7:30 Sunday services 11 a.m., Bible Study Wed. night at 7 School and Kingdom Ministry starting at 7:30 p.m. Horicon Baptist Churchp.m. p.m. Tuesday. 623-4601. For hours, see above listing. 494Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Sunday Worship 11 a.m., Christian Worship Center, Inc.NORTH CREEK Sunday Evening 6 a.m., Wednesday Prayer & Bible WARRENSBURG 5384 or Corner of Elm St. & Pine Tree Lane, Warrensburg. Study 7 p.m. 494-2584. United Methodist ChurchFirst Presbyterian ChurchService at 10 a.m on Sunday. For further LAKE GEORGE — Book DisMain Street, North Creek across from Community 2 Stewart Farrar Ave., Worship 10 a.m. with coffee information 518-696-5468. Rev. Gerald (Jerry) Ellis. CHESTER Bank. Sunday Service 9 a.m. Separate story time hour following. Youth Club for youth in grades 6 cussion Group meets the second Community United Methodist Church for children. Pastor Kristi Van Patten. Call or 12. Meeting for the first and third Wednesday of Thurman - Kenyontown United Methodist ChurchWorship services every week 11 a.m. Sunday morning worship 11 a.m.; Rev. Sharon leave a message 251-2906. Monday of each month at 7 p.m. at each month 5:30 - 7:00 p.m., with a kick-off meeting 9-4-10 • 56590 Sauer 494-2517. St. James Catholic Churchfor both youth and parents being held on the Caldwell Lake George Library. Faith Bible Church Main St., North Creek. Sunday mass at 9 a.m. Sunday school (all ages) - 9 a.m., Sunday worship LAKE GEORGE — Open mic 10:15 a.m., Sunday Evening 6 p.m., Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. Call for information - 494with all-you-can-eat pizza, socialCarmen’s 7183 - Website: izing,Thursdays at Pizza Jerks, 59 Good Shepherd Episcopal ChurchSunday Eucharist 10:30 a.m.; Wednesday Eucharist Iroquois St. 10 a.m. (See Adirondack Missions, Brant Lake). STONY CREEK — Music in the St. Isaac Jogues/St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church22 Main St., Warrensburg, NY Riverside Drive & Church Street. Saturday Vigil at Park, live bands each 7 p.m. Tues5:30 p.m.; Sunday Mass at 11:00 a.m. Beginning day at town recreation field at LanJune 27th additional Sunday Mass 7:30 a.m. till 623-4221 & 668-2080 56601 Labor Day. Pastor Rev. John O’Kane. 518-494-5229 fear & Harrisburg rds. Free. Bring Town of Chester Northway Community Fellowship chair or blanket.Details: 696-5949. A Wesleyan Church, Route 8, Chestertown: ADIRONDACK GENERAL STORE McCLUSKEY HARDWARE & SUPPLY Sunday Service 11 a.m., Youth and Children’s NORTH CREEK — Each “A Touch of Country” Programs available. Pastor James Swanson, Rt 9, Chestertown, NY • 494-4618 56597 518-695-3766 899 East Shore Drive, Adirondack, NY • 494-4408 Thursday through summer fea56592 CRONINʼS GOLF RESORT GLENS FALLS tures Farmers’Market 4-7 p.m.feaMCDONALDʼS OF WARRENSBURG Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Glens FallsGolf Course Rd., Warrensburg, NY • 623-GOLF turing local produce & specialty 68108 Warrensburg, NY • 518-623-3323 21 Weeks Rd., off Rt. 9 in Queensbury. Sunday BILLʼS RESTAURANT service 10 a.m. Coffee hr. follows service. Rev. Dr. items; followed by 5-7 p.m. Gallery 56591 Family Dining Deane Perkins, minister. (handicapped accessible, BECKYʼS BLOOMERS Walk along Main St. Details: 251welcoming congregation) 793-1468. Web site: Main St., Warrensburg, NY • 623-2669 6272 State Route 9, Chestertown, NY • 518-494-5416 UPSTATE AGENCY INSURANCE HYPERLINK 56602 5842 or Riverside Drive, Chestertown, NY • 494-2417 56598 JOHNSBURG 56593 RW Johnsburg United Methodist ChurchBUCKMANS FAMILY FUEL CO. INC. STONY CREEK — Monthly Pastor Jackie Mueller - 515-251-2482. South Warrensburg Car Care, LLC Fuel Oil-Kero-Diesel-Gasoline Johnsburgh Rd., Johnsburg. Worship Service meeting, Stony Creek Library Sunday 9 a.m.; Bible Study - Mondays @ 6 p.m. Auto Body Shop Sales-Service-Installation Board of Trustees, 7 p.m. on the info: 518-251-3371 Rt 9, Chestertown, NY • 494-4999 Auto Body Repair and Refinishing second Tuesday of each month, at LAKE GEORGE 56595 2 30 Main St., Warrensburg • 623-2135 4488 State Route 9N Bay Road Presbyterian Church 56599 the library. 1167 Bay Road (near intersection of Bay & Rt. 149). Warrensburg, NY 12885 THURMAN —Take Off Pounds MALTBIE CHEVROLET Sunday Worship at 9:30 a.m.; Chris Garrison, WASTE MANAGEMENT OF EASTERN NY Pastor. Church school during worship. Nursery Rt. 9-Glens Falls Rd., Sensibly (TOPS) meets Thursdays 12 Wing Street, Fort Edward, NY • 747-4688 623-3405 care available. Coffee Hour following worship, all Lake George, NY • 668-5736 56594 56596 from 2:30-3:30 at the Thurman 56600 are welcome. 793-8541. Town Hall. All welcome. Call Jane





SATURDAY September 4, 2010

Go easy on ol’ Uncle Ted Making a difference: one person at a time

Earl Patric enjoys the view of Indian Pass from the waters of Henderson Lake in Tahawus


very now and again, we have the opportunity to make a difference in someone’s life. While such events may seem minor at the time, they can have a cumulative effect when they occur more often. Rarely do such occasions occur intentionally, we can’t actually seek them out. Rather, they come through some odd twist of fate or circumstance when it’s the right thing to do at the right time. In recent weeks, I’ve enjoyed three such opportunities. They weren’t lifechanging occurrences, but each proved to be a great day to be out. The first occurred in Ray Brook in my backyard, as I fished with an old high school friend and his son. I don’t know what I enjoyed more, the friendly banter, the competitiveness between father and son or the simple pleasures of watching two grown men be kids again, if only for an afternoon. Our day concluded far too soon and as they departed with a batch of fresh brook trout destined for the frying pan. I was left with the knowledge that it had been another day well spent, in the outdoors. Another opportunity came when a friend in Newcomb asked if I could arrange a guide for Earl Patric, a former biologist at the Huntington Wildlife Forest who was returning for the annual SUNYESF/Adirondack Ecological Center Reunion with his wife Jeanne and daughter Elizabeth. Mr. Patric, who worked and lived at Huntington Forest from 1952-1966,

wanted to visit Henderson Lake in Tahawus. The lake, privately held for over a century, is now open to the public. Unfortunately, I was not available to guide Mr. Patric, nor was I able to arrange for another guide. However, after Elizabeth assured me that she was competent and confident at the oars, I dropped off a large, comfortable rowing canoe on Henderson Lake. She took over the expedition. Mr. Patric described the trip in this note, “During the mid 1950s I was engaged as Biologist at the Huntington Wildlife Forest near Newcomb N.Y. At about the same time Mr. Roger Thompson was named Forester for the large forest property owned by the National Lead Company in nearby Tahawus. I was very anxious to develop a strong working relationship with Roger and the Company. On one of my visits to Tahawus, Roger showed me the Masten House, and we launched a boat on Lake Henderson. The stunning view of Wallface Mt. frowning over the lake was deeply impressed into my memory. A few days ago our oldest daughter Liz engaged a local guide who arranged for Liz, my wife Jeanne and me to return to this awesome spot some 50 plus years later. It hasn't changed much, and remains one of the great wilderness scenes in the Adirondack Mountains.” I again recognized that outdoor recreation amplifies the re-creation factor. Earl and Jeanne Patric now

live in Elgin, Ontario in the summer and the Florida Keys in the winter. Soon after, I received another unusual request from a lady interested in a trip that would allow her elderly mother to finally see a loon. Hailing from Mississippi, her mother had never witnessed a loon and her daughter wanted to share the experience with her. After agreeing on the date, I spent the next few weeks keeping track of loons on the local lakes and ponds. Loons, which are quite territorial, can often be reliably found on their familiar waters. However, as many birdwatchers will attest, the reliability of locating loons on such reliable waters is not always reliable. The day of the outing dawned hot and sunny, not ideal conditions to spend an afternoon in an open boat, searching for loons. Fortunately, loons are usually found on the Saranac Lakes, where I dock my canopied pontoon boat. We began the afternoon by docking at a soft ice cream stand, in the village of Saranac Lake. Soft ice cream made the hot day much more bearable. On a small bay on Oseetah Lake, we were greeted by a pair of loons and promptly entertained by a haunting cry as a male loon danced across the surface. A female loon kept a watchful eye, as we drifted

by. We watched the loons for almost a half hour, listening to their calls and light moans. At nearby Kiwassa Lake, we found another male loon chasing fish. Again, the loon offered vocalizations, which alerted a female and her young, and we kept our distance. The mother loon appeared to be teaching the young birds to fish. Watching through binoculars, we could see they were successful. In the span of just a few hours, I was able to connect a mother and daughter with an experience that they had talked about for years. The day ended as it began, with mother and daughter at the ice cream stand, laughing about the day. It was easy to see the child inside both of them.

Joe Hackett is a guide and sportsman residing in Ray Brook. Contact him at

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or those of you who have yet to hear, Ted Nugent, the 61-yearold rock icon turned hunting show host, was recently in the news for violating nearly a dozen game laws while taping an episode of his show “Spirit of the Wild” in California. Nugent reportedly hunted over an attractant called “C’Mere Deer,” which California does not allow. He also took a spikehorn with his bow in an area with antler restrictions. The episode of Nugent shooting the young buck aired on the Outdoor Channel in February, and California game wardens viewing the show were quick to notice Nugent’s violations. He was originally facing 11 charges, but agreed to a deal with Yuba County prosecutors this month under which he pleaded no contest to two misdemeanors and agreed to a $1,750 fine. While some may chastise Nugent — who has long championed ethical hunting practices — for not knowing local laws, I would hope the majority can look past this err in judgement. Ted Nugent has been a positive force among sportsmen and gun activists for decades, fighting for rights the antis claw at every day. His unselfish ways with our military, the disabled and our nation’s youth are well documented — a fact he should be commended for. In this age of broken promises and double talk, Nugent isn’t afraid to speak his mind at the risk of being politically incorrect. He says the things the majority of us are thinking but are afraid to put in print and has sent many a bunny hugger scurrying down the hole from which they emerged. For this, I think ol’ Uncle Ted deserves a “C’mere Deer” salute. Moreover, I would hope folks consider the circumstances surrounding Ted’s case before passing judgement. While I know neither Ted or I would ever advocate breaking game laws, I think many game wardens would readily admit there is plenty of ambiguity and grey area in some. I have never understood, for example, why it is legal to hunt over a food plot or on the edge of a cornfield or apple orchard but not near an attractant made of these very same materials. I’ve watched from a treestand as deer crunched away on freshly fallen apples, but rake those same apples into a pile and you’re breaking the law. I mean, what if you mow your food plot and the deer are browsing on the clippings you dumped over the bank? I suppose that would be illegal, too. Or, what if you cut down an oak tree laden with acorns. Could that be construed as feeding the deer? Seems like a lot of subjectivity there. Some states define products like “C’Mere Deer,” “Deer Cane” and “Acorn Rage” as attractants, and they are therefore legal to use, while others — like New York — classify them as feed. In New York, it is illegal to feed deer in any way, except, of course, if it is the aforementioned food plot, corn field or apple orchard. But lures and calls that trick a deer into looking for love and airborne scents, like the “Buck Bomb” scented fogger — also marketed by Acorn Rage — are perfectly legal. Confused yet? Perhaps I can help. According to state lawmakers, if it is an attractant that might “entice a deer to feed” you’d better leave it on the shelf at Gander Mountain. Call me crazy, but I might argue that a can firing acorn flavored scent at 100 mph into the air could “entice a deer to feed.” Meanwhile, poor old Uncle Ted is being ridiculed for using a product in California he uses all the time in his home state of Texas, where it doesn’t exactly seem to be decimating the deer herd. Go figure. I’ve got one thing to say to you, Ted: I bet the backstraps were worth the $1,750. John Gereau is managing editor of Denton Publications, a licensed Adirondack guide and tracker and an avid outdoorsman. His column appears regularly. He can be reached at

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LAVALLEE LOGGING is looking to harvest and purchase standing timber, primarily Hemlock & White Pine. Willing to pay New York State stumpage prices on all species. References available. Matt Lavallee, 518645-6351.



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LANDOWNERS: PAYING top $ for all species of standing timber. 35 years experience. All harvesting supervised by foresters. Cash advance available. Timber harvesting, land clearing and road building. 518-293-8195. Trinity Forest Management.

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PART TIME Secretary, Days, Approx. 20 hours per week. Must be a Thurman resident and have good computer Skills. 518-6239967. SENIOR CUSTODIAN position available at Indian Lake Central School. This position involves responsibility for the cleaning, operation and maintenance of the school building and grounds, and direct supervision over the work of Custodians and Cleaners. Please visit for an application or call 518-648-5024. Deadline for applications is 9/10/10.

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APARTMENT FOR RENT 1 BEDROOM, suitable for 1 or 2 in Chestertown. $650 unfurnished or $750 furnished. Security & references required. 518494-2886. APARTMENT FOR rent, Ticonderoga, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, eat in kitchen, private drive, utilities not included, No Pets, $600/month 518-791-7527 or 802-265-9737. CLEMONS. 1 bedroom, wooded setting. $350 + utilities. Easily heated. 15 minutes to Ti, 10 minutes to Whitehall. 518-796-6136. CROWN POINT nice 1 bedroom, $595 including utilities, lease and security, next to the school, shown by appointment Call 518572-4127 CROWN POINT Room For Rent, Share House Facilities, Shown By Appointment Only, Call 802-989-9758 or 760-409-7418. ELIZABETHTOWN/LEWIS area. Available newly renovated (1) bedroom apartment. Security deposit & lease required. $500 month, electric included. (518)532-9156.

NICE, QUIET, Clean Studio Apartment, Downtown, Washer, Tenant Pays Heat & Electric, Deposit & References Required, $325 Per Month. 802-825-8700. PORT HENRY 1-2 Bedroom Lakeview Apartment. Heat, Electricity & Lawn Care Included. References & 1 Month Deposit Required. $750. 919-239-3791. TICONDEROGA - 2ND fl, 1BR apt. incl heat & hot water $500 mo. Ticonderoga2BR, private drive, tenant pays utilities $600 mo. Witherbee - Renovated 1/2 house rental, 4 BR, tenant pays utilities $650 mo. *ALL require 1st mo. rent plus 1 mo. security. References and credit check. Call CENTURY 21 Adirondacks 585-2233 TICONDEROGA 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments For Rent, Available Later September, Call For Details. George 518-585-3222. TICONDEROGA: PAD FACTORY BY THE RIVER. 3rd floor, 1 bedroom apartment, up, $500/mo, includes heat, hot water, trash & covered parking. Security & references required. 518-7939422.


LOOKING FOR a small home, camp, or cottage to rent long-term in the Johnsburg/North Creek area. Must be private/quiet area, 2 bedrooms min, well maintained. Flexible move-in date. References available. Call (518) 744-0991.

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RETIRED COUPLE is seeking furnished rental for Jan/Feb/March of 2011 from Snow Birds in North Creek area. 518-251-3965.

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NC MOUNTAINS- Cabin Shell, 2+ acres with great view, very private, big trees, waterfalls & large public lake nearby, $99,500 Bank financing 866-275-0442


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MONTGOMERY COUNTY, NY-3 bedroom, 2 bath, farmhouse, ‘ 36 by ‘120, two story barn. 38.5 acres. More land available. Beautiful views $158,000 518-861-6541

ACREAGE LIQUIDATION! Land bargains for hunters. Very BIG discounts! Over 50 properties. Hunting tracts, waterfront, bordering stateland and MORE! Call for a tour and”inside info” 1-800-229-7843

VACATION PROPERTY FOR SALE OR RENT? With promotion to nearly 5 million households and over 12 million potential buyers, a statewide classified ad can’t be beat! Promote your property for just $490 for a 15word ad. Place your ad online at or call 1-877-275-2726

2-18x40 OFFICE SPACE / Indoor Storage, Day Care and uses for other Businesses. Ample Parking, Convenient location (walk to everything), heat & lights included. $200-$400 /mo. depending on your needs. 518-494-4551. Chestertown area.


3 BEDROOM house, 1 bath. $600 per month. Town of Johnsburg. 518-251-3735.

ADIRONDACK “ BY OWNER” 1000+ photo listing of local real estate for sale, vacation rentals & timeshares. Owners: List with us for only $275 per year. Visit on-line or call 518-891-9919

3BEDROOM/2BATH 2 Story Colonial on 12 acres, $800 per month plus utilities, totally insulated. 518-503-5065.

COMMERCIAL LOT - Wicker Street, Ticonderoga, .92 acre with 100 ft frontage $78,900 - 802-388-6816

BRANT LAKE, 2-3 bedroom, year round cottage, nice beach area, $850 518-494-2519

APARTMENT RENTALS! From $500 Per Month. Huge Selection Of Rentals. Low Income & Luxury At Discounted Rates. Call Now! 1-800-569-0125


EAGLE LANE, Westport. References required. 802-236-8459. HOME FOR Rent with Option, Large 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 2 Car Garage, Barn/Pasture, 15 Acres. Available Immediately, Route 28N, North Creek. $850 Per Month Plus Security and Utilities. Pets OK. 518-494-7193. WITHERBEE, 3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, $550 Per Month. 518-532-7610.

CUSTOM BUILT 5 BEDROOM HOME For Sale on 15 acres. Check it out online! FISH CREEK FARM Canoe-able Farm. 5 Acres-Canoe from Property $39,995. Beautiful woods, tons of wildlife. Very limited opportunity. Call today! 800-229-7843.


FORECLOSED LAND! SEALED BID AUCTION. September 26th! 5 to 40 acre parcels! Bids start at $5K. Call 1-866-690-0511 for more info or go to

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HAS YOUR BUILDING SHIFTED OR SETTLED? Contact Woodford Brothers Inc, for straightening, leveling, foundation and wood frame repairs at 1-800-OLD-BARN. “Not applicable in Queens county”

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LAND LIQUIDATION SALE. Scenic Mountain Lake in Western North Carolina. Fully Recreational, Fishing, Sailing, Skiing. Low Taxes. Properties Starting at $39,900. LIMITED AVAILABILITY! CALL 1-800-709LAKE

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Peaceful Valley Townhouses Now Renting 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Homes

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HOME FOR SALE WITHERBEE, 2 Row Type Houses, $56,000 For Both. 518-532-7610.

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Affordable townhouses for rent in North Creek. Washer & Dryer hook-ups, decks & storage units. Lawn maintenance & snow removal provided. Rental rates are based on Warren County median family incomes and do not include utilities. Applications available at: Bergman Real Estate, 3259 State Rte 28, North Creek or call 518-251-2122 for more information.

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1974 JEEP Pick-Up 4x4, Automatic, 360 Cubic Inch Motor, Drive-Tran Good, Body Poor Condition, Good For Parts, Best Offer. Call Evenings 518-532-9992.

Diesel Loader $2500; * Brillion 12’ Seeder (Real Clean) $4450; * Brillion 10’ Culti Packer 2 roll $1025; * JD 10’ Transport Disc $985. Call 518-639-5353 or 518-796-5303

2 TRUCK CAPS , 1 Fiber glass, 1 Aluminum from Toyota, $75.00 each. Schroon Lake evenings. 518-532-7843



COMPLETE LOW ride suspension kit. Springs & shocks. Racing standard. $300 OBO. 518-578-2655.

BOATS 1989 PONTOON Boat with Trailer, Runs Good. Asking $5,000. 518-942-8029. 1994 REGAL Rush Jet Boat, $1500. 518585-6107. 22’ EASTERN Lobster Fisherman w/Honda 90 hp, 4 stroke motor & trailer. Cabin sleeps 2, porta potty & kitchenette. Plus more extras. $12,500. 518-963-4603.


*NEW STEEL Hay Racks/ Pressure treated Floors 9x20 - $2500, 9x18 - $2300, 8x18 $2200; * With Steel Floor 8x18 $2500; * Hay Elevators - New & Used Running Gears (20 in stock), *NH Rakes; NH 276 Baler $2000; * New Rims (Ag & Ind); * NH LS 180 Skid Steer $7500; * GEHL 250 Manure Spreader $1800; * MF Loader/ Ford Mounts to Fit 3000 - 7600, Bucket & Forks $1700; * HD Loader / Bucket Fits 80-120HP $1700; * Case Ind Loader Fits 30-60HP $500; * New 4 Rotor Tedder $4200; * Pallet Forks; * Loader Buckets;* Post Hole Diggers; * Post Pounder $650 - $850; * Brush Hogs; * Fuel Tanks; * 3pt. Equipment; * 1-2-3 Bottom Plows; * Fertilizer Spreader; * Sanders; * Disc Harrows; *Back Blades; * Landscaping Rakes; * Box Blades w/ Rippers; * MF 30B

150 CC MATRIX scooter. 55 mph, 60+ mpg, automatic, electric start, am/fm stereo, helmets included. Less than 450 miles. Cost $2200, sell for $1400. 5247416

1999 YAMAHA Riva Razz Scooter, 50cc Twostroke, In Good Shape But Needs Work, Call Joe for Details, $299. 518-570-1111 CrownPoint

REC VEHICLES SALES/RENTALS 28FT. 5TH Wheel 1974 Shasta Camper. Good Rubber. Near Vergennes, Vt. $499. 518-597-3913.


2008 CAN-AM SPYDER-990 , Red/ Black, 1050 miles, $12,500. 518-9622376 after 5pm.

DONATE A CAR - HELP CHILDREN FIGHTING DIABETES. Fast, Free Towing. Call 7 days/week. Non-runners OK. Tax Deductible. Call Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation 1-800-578-0408

WANTED JAPANESE MOTORCYCLES KAWASAKI,1970-1980, Z1-900, KZ900, KZ1000, H2-750, H1-500, S1-250, S2-250, S2-350, S3-400. CASH PAID. 1-800-7721142. 1-310-721-0726.

DONATE A Car Today To Help Children And Their Families Suffering From Cancer. Free Towing. Tax Deductible. Children’s Cancer Fund of America, Inc. 1-800469-8593

DONATE VEHICLE: RECEIVE $1000 GROCERY COUPON. NOAH’S ARC SUPPORT NO KILL SHELTERS, RESEARCH TO ADVANCE VETERINARY TREATMENTS FREE TOWING, TAX DEDUCTIBLE, NONRUNNERS ACCEPTED 1-866-912-GIVE DONATE YOUR CAR! Breast Cancer Research foundation! Most highly rated breast cancer charity in America! Tax Deductible/Fast Free Pick Up. 800-771-9551 DONATE YOUR CAR, “Food on Wheels” Program, Family Relief Services, Tax Deduction. Receipt Given On-The-Spot, Any Condition, FREE TOW within 3 hrs ,1-800364-5849, 1-877-44-MEALS. DONATE YOUR CAR, BOAT OR REAL ESTATE. Fully tax deductible, IRS recognized charity, Free pick-up & Tow. Any model or condition. Help needy 1-800-596-4011 CHECK us out at

DONATE YOUR CAR, Boat or Real Estate. Fully Tax Deductible. IRS Recognized Charity. Free Pick-Up & Tow. Any Model or Condition. Help Needy Children. 1-800-930-4543 DONATE YOUR CAR. FREE TOWING “Cars for Kids” Any Condition. Tax Deductible Outreach Center 1-800-521-7566 DONATE YOUR CAR. FREE TOWING. “Cars for Kids”. Any condition. Tax deductible, 1-800-597-9411 DONATE YOUR VEHICLE UNITED BREAST CANCER FOUNDATION. Free Mammogram RECEIVE $1000 GROCERY COUPON 1-888-4685964

TRUCK OR VAN FOR SALE WELLS FARGO 5th wheel trailer, 8’ x 36’. $1800 OBO. 518-569-0890 Call and place your listing at 1-800-989-4237


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