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Kerosene- tainted cash, dog hair linked to murder victim Police hope clues may help in unsolved death of Walter Fedorwich By Andrea VanValkenburg STAFF WRITER

PERU | New York State Police have released clues in the decades-old unsolved homicide of a Peru man; they hope the clues will trigger new information in the case. In September 1997, Walter C. Fedorwich was found brutally beaten and murdered, tied to a bed in the front room of his Route 22 home. The 88-year-old retired construction

worker is believed to have been killed in the late evening of Sept. 12 or early Sept. 13 of that year, shortly after he was last seen speaking to two unknown men at the end of his driveway. Neighbors reported last seeing Fedorwich outside his dilapidated home talking with two white males wearing biker gear who appeared to be driving a dark-colored vehicle. The men-, one heavy set and one with a beard, have never been identified, and authorities hope they may hold more information about Fedorwich’s activity in the hours leading up to his death by asphyxia and blunt force trauma to the head. Fedorwich, who was known for wearing his trademark cowboy hat and boots, didn’t drive and often hitchhiked or used taxis to get around the area.

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Students can sign up for a course to receive micro-credentials. Those credentials help teens who feel they’re not quite ready for college but still want to develop skills to enter the manufacturing world. They can also learn more about the RAMP program, which gives participants a chance to work at various companies in the Plattsburgh area in the year after they graduate from high school. The program has worked with 49 former students in two full years of operation. One of them was Christopher Weidman, who was one of the program’s first participants. “It felt like when I was exiting high school, I didn’t know where I was going to go. I was kind of clueless,” Weidman admitted. “With the RAMP program, you have people behind you watching over your shoulder, guiding you. They are always going to make the best decisions for you, whether you like it or not. I would not be where I am today if it was not for the RAMP program.” Weidman said he started at Mold-Rite Plastics in Plattsburgh in July 2018 through a connection from RAMP. But, instead of switching to a different job after 4 months, he decided to stay at Mold-Rite. He is now a machine operator there. Sarah Brennan, who is the RAMP Coordinator and Counselor, noted that the open house can benefit other community members, as well. “It’s not just for participants. For their parents, educators and business owners in the area, this is a great opportunity for them to learn about the RAMP program and what it can do for the teens in their life. Business owners can see how the demographics of their workforce can change and what’s available to them.” ■

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PLATTSBURGH | Fun and games are what Jackie Cameron lives and breathes every day as general manager of the family entertainment center at the Comfort Inn in Plattsburgh. But the push to attract more of our neighbors to the north is leading to high scores that are far more important than the ones you will find in the arcade at Champy’s Fun City. “We definitely see an inf lux in our Canadian guests staying within the hotel and then utilizing the family entertainment center,” Cameron noted. “Not only are we seeing new guests, but we are seeing quite a bit of repeat guests from years prior.” The Champlain Centre offered a similar story, with Canadian visits up 16% during Thanksgiving weekend. “It’s positive news,” Champlain Centre Marketing Director Emily Moosmann admitted.

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SARANAC | Registration for the Saranac Central School District’s 2020-2021 prekindergarten program is now open. State grant funds make the early-education program available to district children who are 4 or turning 4 by Dec. 1, 2020. Children turning 5 by Dec. 1, 2020 are eligible to attend kindergarten and cannot be registered for pre-k. The pre-k program is a free full-day program that provides high-quality early education experiences to 70 children. The program is made up of 5 inclusive classrooms at three locations-Adirondack Helping Hands in Cadyville and at Morrisonville and Saranac elementary schools. Free bus transportation is provided to all sites, however children must be 4 to ride district buses. Families of children who start the program at age 3 must provide transportation to and from school until one day after the child’s fourth birthday. If necessary, due to the limited number of openings, a lottery process will be held in February to select students for the program. Completed applications, including all supportive documents, must be submitted in person to either Morrisonville or Saranac Elementary School on or before Feb. 3. Applications can be found online at www.saranac.org. Questions regarding the program or registration process should be directed to Jackie LaPoint, program coordinator, at jllapoint@saranac.org or call 518-565-5687. ■

Human Resource Management Certificate now available at PSU PLATTSBURGH | A new certificate program at Plattsburgh State’s School of

Business and Economics can help those interested in furthering their humanresources career. The Human Resource Management certificate is an 18-hour program designed to help students excel as human-resource professionals. Certificate graduates will learn to identify employee recruitment and retention strategies; design and deliver employee training; understand compensation and benefits practices and better understand the human-resource implications of employment and labor law. Typical jobs include training and development, human resource, compensation and benefits managers and equal-opportunity representatives. “This certif icate makes SUN Y Plattsburgh unique and is available to both current students and people in the community,” said Dr. Lise Heroux, distinguished service professor in marketing and entrepreneurship and interim chair of management, information systems and analytics. She said business people in the community could find this certificate an affordable option that can open doors to different jobs related to recruitment, staffing, employment law and employee training. For more information, contact Heroux at 518-564-4209, email herouxla@ plattsburgh.edu or visit https://www. plattsburgh.edu/programs/humanresources-management-certificate.html. ■

college.” Dean’s list recognizes full-time students who have earned a GPA between 3.25 and 3.74. All honors are a mark of distinction and recognition of outstanding academic efforts and scholarship. Students who earned dean’s list honors include: - Cassidy Nixon, a SUNY Canton Individual Studies from Champlain. - Eric Roach, a SUN Y Canton Mechanical Engineering Technology from Champlain. - Nicholas Rowe, a SUNY Canton Homeland Security from Rouses Point. - B re nd a n K a noz a , a S U N Y Canton Criminal Investigation from Morrisonville. - Zachary Miner, a SUNY Canton Mechanical Engineering Technology from Morrisonville. - Maeve Ryan, a SUNY Canton Ve t e r i n a r y Te c h n o l o g y f r o m Morrisonville. - Parker Wyckoff, a SUNY Canton Homeland Security from Peru. - Matthew Blower, a SUNY Canton Game Design and Development from Plattsburgh. - Amelia Hager, a SUNY Canton Individual Studies from Plattsburgh. - Hannah Wright, a SUNY Canton Liberal Arts-General Studies from Plattsburgh. - Johnathan N. Andre, a SUNY Canton Civil and Environmental Engineering Technology from Saranac. ■

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CANTON | Students are being recognized for earning dean’s list honors during the fall 2019 semester at SUNY Canton. “On behalf of the college’s deans, I congratulate all of our honor students for their exceptional commitment to their SUNY Canton education,” said SUNY Canton President Zvi Szafran. “This achievement serves as a milestone on their successful journey through

PERU | Tanner Lombard of Peru was named to the fall 2019 Lasell University Dean’s List in Newton, Massachusetts. To be named to the dean’s list, they needed to complete at least 12 credits as a full-time student and achieve a semester GPA of 3.5 or higher. ■

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The U.S. spends an astounding amount on health care each year. A recent study published by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services indicated that yearly total could reach 6 trillion by 2027. Some of this spending is considered avoidable. Some patients go to the emergency department for conditions that their primary care office could treat -- that are not emergencies. Research suggests 2 out of 3 trips to the emergency department are avoidable and not an actual emergency. What constitutes an avoidable emergency department visit? Conditions that are not considered urgent emergencies that are not threatening to life or limb. Conditions that could be treated in a non-emergency setting or prevented by staying healthy through primary care visits, better care coordination and preventative care. What are some common avoidable emergency department visits? Ear infections, headaches, sinus infections, sore throat, bronchitis, dizziness, constipation/diarrhea, bruises and sprains, urinary tract infections and low back pain. How much does it really cost? In a study published by

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Farmers’ Market held at Hotel Saranac; 10:00 AM. Join the Saranac Lake Farmers’ Market as it moves inside at the Hotel Saranac. Local vendors will be selling Veggies, Meats, Eggs, Cheeses, Breads, Distillery, Herbal Wellness, Crafts and more! Bloomingdale » Hope for Miracles Neuroblastoma Research Fundraiser held at Hex & Hop; 4:00 PM. There will be a suggested donation of $10 plus raffles for the cause and a donation of 10% of sales of Hex & Hop to the cause. Live music and MC’ing by the fantastic Mingo Lodge of Big Boss Sausage! Peru » St. Augustine’s Knights of Columbus Council 7273 Spaghetti Dinner held at St. Augustine’s Parish Center; 4:30 PM - 6:30PM. $9.00 per person $4.00 for children 6 to 12, free for children 5 and under. Take-outs are available. Helps fund Coats For Kids, Kids Day Out, Youth Programs, Keep Christ in Christmas Poster Contest and More.

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Elizabethtown » Essex County for Medical Cannabis held at Elizabethtown Social Center; 10:00 AM. Come learn more about cannabis as medicine and receive information about Curaleaf’s high quality and affordable medicines. State certified medical marijuana practitioners will be on site Upper Jay » January Jams Open Mic held at Upper Jay Art Center and Recovery Lounge; 2:00 PM. All levels of play are welcome to share their songs, stories, and any other form of stage entertainment. Sign up starts at 2pm. Free Admission, donations appreciated.

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Skills Clinic held at Memorial Hall Gymnasium; 4:45 PM. Open to boys and girls currently in grades 3-6. For further information on this event, please call the Clinton County Youth Bureau at 518-5654750. Plattsburgh » Champlain Valley Toastmasters Club held at United Way; 6:00 PM. Improve your skills in urt of of public pub lic spE in the the art speaking & leadership. leade rship. Essex Glol Essex »» Global Environm Environmental History Seminar Se mina held at Whall Whallonsburg Grange; 7:00 Grnr PM. PMLed by UVM U\ history professor Andy pr B Buchanan, participants p V, will receive a reading list, re and ar each week will discuss a wi book or article bo that they will have that read read in advance. Info: Info : andybuchadk@ ar gmail.com gma il.co

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Mark Kurtz on Winter Carnival Slideshows held at Saranac Lake Free Library; 12:00 PM. Mark will be presenting on his experience of 30 years of producing the Saranac Lake Winter Canival slide show. Free and open to the public. More info: 518-891-4190

JAN. 25

Lewis » Snowshoe Mammal

Tracking with Elizabeth Lee held at Observer’s Trail Parking; 9:30 AM. Meet at 9:30 am at the Observers’ trailhead. Be ready for 2-3 hours in the cold, following and identifying mammal tracks in the snow. The Observers’ trailhead parking area is one mile south of the Poke-OMoonshine campground on Route 9 in Lewis. Saranac Lake » Fall & Winter Farmers’ Market held at Hotel Saranac; 10:00 AM. Join the Saranac Lake Farmers’ Market as it moves inside at the Hotel Saranac. Local vendors will be selling Veggies, Meats, Eggs, Cheeses, Breads, Distillery, Herbal Wellness, Crafts and more! Upper Jay » Violin, Viola and Cello Ensemble held at Wells Memorial Library; 2:00 PM. Please join us for this free concert. Plattsburgh » Meet the Cardinals! held at Memorial Hall Gymnasium; 2:00 PM. Presented by the Clinton County Youth Bureau Info: 518-5654750.

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Blues Self Care Wellness Fair held at Plattsburgh City Recreation Center; 12:00 PM. See all of the incredible services, products and information to help you stay healthy, balanced and happy. Featuring free Zumba, Latin Rhythms, Yoga, Life Coaches and much more. Plattsburgh » Intro to Hiking for Beginners - Map and Compass held at Point au Roche State Park; 1:30 PM. Join the Park Naturalist for a series of programs aimed at the beginner hiker in how to use a map and a compass. We’ll have a short lesson and then head out for a hike together! All ages and abilities are welcome. Upper Jay » January Jams Open Mic held at Upper Jay Art Center and Recovery Lounge; 2:00 PM. All levels of play are welcome to share their songs, stories, and any other form of stage entertainment. Sign up starts at 2pm. Free Admission, donations appreciated.

JAN. 27

Elizabethtown » Dementia Caregivers Support Group held at Caregiver Support Initiative’s Elizabethtown Office; 2:00 PM. Support groups provide emotional support, information, resources and a platform for caregivers to share strategies and lessons learned with other caregivers of persons with dementia. It is okay to seek help whenever you need it. Dannemora » Turbo Kick Class with Jessica Hanson held at Village of Dannemora Community Center; 6:30 PM. Hour long class with popular local instructor, Jessica Hanson. Co-sponsored by Village of Dannemora Parks and Rec; donations accepted.

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Plattsburgh » Senior Game Time

held at AC Gaming Space; 1:30 PM. Socialize, make new friends, play some old classics or learn a new game at AC Gaming Space’s FREE Senior Game Time!

Club: The Storied Life of A. J. Fikry held at The Book Nook; 6:30 PM. Join us as we discuss the book, The Storied Life of A. J. Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin. Essex » Global Environmental History Seminar held at Whallonsburg Grange; 7:00 PM. Led by UVM history professor Andy Buchanan, participants will receive a reading list, and each week will discuss a book or article that they will have read in advance. Info: andybuchadk@gmail.com

JAN. 29

Dannemora » Senior Osteo Class

held at Village of Dannemora Community Center; 9:00 AM. Move those muscles and stretch those limbs! A great way to stay limber and keep your range of motion as flexible as possible.

JAN. 30

Plattsburgh » Financial Basics Q &

A held at Plattsburgh Public Library; 5:00 PM. Presented by Jonathan Manor from Seacomm. Learn more about budgeting, credit vs debit, establishing and maintaining credit, fraud and more. Elizabethtown » Julia Rose at the Deer’s Head Inn held at Deer’s Head Inn; 6:30 PM. Julia Rose is currently performing as a solo musician, weaving her vocal riffs in with the sounds of many stringed instruments, creating a smooth yet intricate blend of folk, pop and jazz genres.

JAN. 31

Saranac Lake » Pillows and

Projections: Silent Film Screening held at Lake Flower Landing; 7:00 PM. Double Feature Silent Film Screenings: “Salome” (1923) and “The Holy Mountain” (1926). With customized soundtracks by Peter Seward. Free/Donations accepted.

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Cuomo: State of the State offers $3 billion ‘Restore Mother Nature’ Bond Act or replant 10,000 miles of stream habitat; - Restore natural floodplains and upgrade aging dams or remove those that are obsolete; - And upgrade flood control infrastructure, protect critical facilities, and move people and homes out of harm’s way.

Funding for climate, floods, protect waterways, fisheries

BUILD FISHERIES, HALT INVASIVES

By Kim Dedam STAFF WRITER

ELIZABETHTOWN | Gov. Andrew Cuomo released his Executive Budget last week, unveiled entirely at the annual State of the State address. His plan, Making Progress Happen, outlined priorities, several of which would directly affect rural Adirondack Park communities: combating Climate Change and cutting tax rates for small business.

RESTORE MOTHER NATURE BOND ACT

Cuomo proposed the $3 Billion Restore Mother Nature Bond Act, a measure that would require voter approval on the ballot in November. Much of the funding looks to protect communities from effects of extreme weather with resiliency planning, flood mitigation projects and habitat restoration, particularly in wetlands. “By 2030, New Yorkers in every corner of the state will see measurable improvements as a result of resiliency investment and increased or new recreational opportunities,” Cuomo’s plan says. Steps for a resiliency response funded by the Restore Mother Nature Bond would: - Establish conservation corridors; - Restore up to 10,000 acres of freshwater wetlands, including 5,000 urban wetlands; - Establish riparian buffers and reconnect

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The Restore Mother Nature Bond would build what Cuomo envisions as “world-class” fish hatcheries to produce an additional 500,000 trout and salmon; triple walleye fingerling production and establish a hardier strain of brown trout. At the same time, funding would be used to fight invasive species, in particular, to address harmful algae blooms that poison waterways. “We must develop a solution to the harmful algal blooms before they destroy our water,” the governor said. Working with Clarkson University and SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Cuomo is looking to design and build emergency response equipment that could mitigate or eliminate Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) in state waterways. The initiative would include working with farmers and communities to reduce runoff that allows harmful algae to bloom. “The earth was at a balance. We caused the imbalance,” the governor said. “The new reality of extreme weather demands a new response. Investing in environmental restoration is essential to New York’s continued economic success.”

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Among a myriad of projects, Cuomo suggests: -- Legislation to prohibit the distribution and use of expanded polystyrene (commonly known as Styrofoam) single-use food containers and packaging materials by January 1, 2022. -- Expand glass reuse by creating a Center of Glass Innovation at the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. “The center would foster state-of-the- art collaborative research resource for glass producers with space for basic and applied research, space for user facilities, and experimental glass tanks to test new methods of melting and production of new glass composition. It would be the only facility in the nation where such opportunities are available.” In addition, climate resiliency initiatives look to expand solar, onshore wind and storage capacity by more than 1,000 megawatts and prepare the electric grid for renewable energy sources. “The state will put together a plan for authorizing and building new transmission capacity to bring clean and renewable power to areas that need additional electricity capacity, “Cuomo’s State-of-the-State program said.

GREEN GROUPS APPLAUD BOND IDEA

In unison, Adirondack environmental groups applauded the Restore Mother Nature

Bond Act. At Protect the Adirondacks, Executive Director Peter Bauer called the $3 billion bond “a decade’s worth of environmental spending in one year of the $300 million annual New York State Environmental Protection Fund.” Bauer said Protect will advocate for the measure with state lawmakers and also with voters across New York in November 2020. “Many of these programs will benefit the natural resources of the Forest Preserve and rural communities in the Adirondack Park,” Bauer said. The Adirondack Council called Cuomo’s bond act an ambitious agenda. Executive Director William C. Janeway said additional funding to fight invasive species “would help to address the long list of lakes and ponds where harmful algal blooms have occurred and are likely to occur in the near future.” The $3 billion bond, Janeway said, would provide a significant amount of money to invest in storm water runoff prevention in rural communities, stream restoration, fisheries restoration, wetland protection and forest preservation. “It is important for Governor Cuomo to supplement the Environmental Protection Fund, which provides $300 million annually for environmental capital projects, but has not increased since Fiscal Year 2016-17.” ■

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ESSEX - Winter Warmers for young children and their adults at the Belden Noble Memorial Library, 10:30 am on January 18th. COMMUNITY OUTREACH ELIZABETHTOWN - The diabetes support group meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month at Elizabethtown Community Hospital, 4:30 pm-6pm. KEESEVILLE – Support your veterans, Keeseville AMVETS Post 87 Bottle Redemption Center New Expanded Hours Saturday & Sunday 9:30 am – 3:30 pm, Monday 12 noon – 5 pm. ALSO POST 87 IS ALWAYS LOOKING FOR NEW MEMBERS.

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LAKE PLACID – Grief Support Group every Wednesday 6:30pm8:30pm at New Hope Church 207 Station St. 518-523-3652 PORT HENRY - Grief Support Group First Thursday of Each Month, St Patrick's Parrish Center 11:00-12:00pm Marie Marvull 518743-1672 PUBLIC MEETINGS CADYVILLE – Al-Anon Family Group Meeting every Sunday 7pm8pm, Saint James Parish Center, 26 Church St., Call 1-888-4252666 or 518-561-0838. CHAZY – Al-Anon Family Group meeting every Friday 7:30pm8:30pm, Sacred Heart Church, Call 1-888-425-2666 or 518-561-0838

ELIZABETHTOWN – Al-Anon Family Group meetings every Sunday 4:00pm-5pm, Board Room in Elizabethtown Community Hospital, 1888-425-2666 or 518-561-0838 LAKE PLACID - Al-Anon Open Meeting every Monday evening from 5-6 PM at St. Agnes Church, 169 Hillcrest Avenue, Lake Placid. . All are welcome! PLATTSBURGH - Celebrate Recovery every Monday, 6:00 pm, Turnpike Wesleyan Church, 2224 Military Tpke., Open to the public. Call 518-566-8764. PLATTSBURGH – Al-Anon Adult Chidlren meeting every Monday 7pm-8pm & Al-Anon Family Group Meeting every Thursday 7:30pm8:30pm at United Methodist Church. Call 1-888-425-2666 or 518-561-0838.

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ELIZABETHTOWN - The Boquet Valley CSD Board of Education will hold its regular monthly meeting and initial budget meeting on Thursday, January 23, 2020 in the conference room at the Mountain View Campus in Elizabethtown. The meeting will open at 6:00 PM and immediately enter into an anticipated executive session for the purpose of discussing collective negotiations and personnel matters. The regular meeting will reconvene at approximately 7:00 PM. Agenda items include a State of the District mid-year report from the Superintendent, a preliminary forecast of significant budget factors for the 2020-21 school year, a benchmark report on administrative, instructional and operations staffing, a mid-year status report on 2019-20 shared services agreements with other school districts, and any other business that may come before the Board. The public is invited to attend.


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DEATH NOTICES PERU | Karlene Clark passed away on Thursday, January 2, 2020, at the age of 84. Born on March 15, 1935. Arrangements are being made by the Hamilton Funeral Home. QUEENSBURY | Keith Forrett passed away on Thursday, January 2, 2020, at the age of 68. Born on December 1, 1951. Arrangements are being made by the R.W. Walker Funeral Home. Also from Plattsburgh, N.Y. WEST CHAZY | Sharron Bordeau passed away on Friday, January 3, 2020, at the age of 68. Born on April 12, 1951. Arrangements are being made by the Brown Funeral Home. PLATTSBURGH | Karen Lucy passed away on Friday, January 3, 2020, at the age of 54. Born on June 26, 1964. Arrangements are being made by the Brown Funeral Home. PLATTSBURGH | Penny Venne passed away on Friday, January 3, 2020, at the age of 52. Born on April 5, 1967. Arrangements are being made by the R.W. Walker Funeral Home. MOOERS | Ashley LaFountain passed away on Saturday, January 4, 2020, at the age of 18. Born on May 30, 2001. Arrangements are being made by the Ross Funeral Home. NEW RUSSIA | Joan Crane passed away on Saturday, January 4, 2020, at the age of 71. Born on July 27, 1948. Arrangements are being made by the Heald Funeral Home. PLATTSBURGH | William Byrd passed away on Saturday, January 4, 2020, at the age of 59. Born on May 24, 1960. Arrangements are being made by the Brown Funeral Home. Also from Lyon Mountain, N.Y. WILLSBORO | Sandra Christian passed away on Sunday, January 5, 2020, at the age of 72.

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ADRIAN PROPERTIES LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with the SSNY on 11/04/19. Office: Clinton County. SSNY designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to the LLC, c/o Susan G. Upton, 505 Spellman Road, Plattsburgh, NY 12901. Purpose: Any lawful purpose. NC-12/14-01/18/20206TC-233198

Hilltop Custom Landscape & Design LLC. Filed 6/10/19. Office: Clinton Co. SSNY designated as agent for process & shall mail to: Darin Perrotte, 328 Patent Rd, Peru, NY 12972. Purpose: General. NC-12/28-02/01/20196TC-236319 HOMETOWN COMMUNICATIONS LLC Articles of Org. filed NY Sec. of State (SSNY) 9/20/19. Office in Clinton Co. SSNY desig. agent of LLC whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail process to 214 Jabez Allen Rd., Peru, Purpose: NY 12972. Any lawful purpose. Principal business location: 4712 Route 9, Plattsburgh, NY 12901. NC-01/04-02/08/20206TC-237350

AILERON SYSTEMS LLC Articles of Org. filed NY Sec. of State (SSNY) 12/11/2018. Office in Clinton Co. SSNY desig. agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to 504 Perry Mills Road, Champlain, NY 12901, which is also the principal business location. Purpose: Any lawful purpose. NC-01/4-02/08/20206TC-237044

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WEST CHAZY | Francis McCort Jr. passed away on Sunday, January 5, 2020, at the age of 72. Born on May 16, 1947. Arrangements are being made by the Brown Funeral Home. PLATTSBURGH | George Douglas passed away on Sunday, January 5, 2020, at the age of 91. Born on April 22, 1928. Arrangements are being made by the Brown Funeral Home. CUMBERLAND HEAD | Lona L. Helmeci passed away on Monday, January 6, 2020, at the age of 86. Born on July 4, 1933. Arrangements are being made by the Brown Funeral Home. PLATTSBURGH | Grace Berliner passed away on Tuesday, January 7, 2020, at the age of 89. Born on November 21, 1930. Arrangements are being made by the Brown Funeral Home. ROUSES POINT | Marcel Caron passed away on Tuesday, January 7, 2020, at the age of 89. Born on December 17, 1930. Arrangements are being made by the Ross Funeral Home. NOTICE OF QUALIFICA-

PERU | George Howard TION passed away Real on EsOF Liebert tate One, LLC.age Authority Wednesday, January 8, 2020, at the of with Secy. of 74. Born on April 17, 1945. filed Arrangements areState of NY (SSNY) on being made by the Hamilton FuneralOffice Home.loca12/05/19. tion:

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PLATTSBURGH | RobertLLC Gastio formedpassed in Missouri on at09/03/19. away on Friday, January(MO) 10, 2020, the SSNY designated age of 69. Born on December 14, 1950. as agent of LLC upon Arrangements are being made the Brown whomby process against it Funeral Home. may be served. SSNY shall mail process to:

Roger SARANAC | Naomi Davidson passedM.awayHerman, on GoldenFriday, January 10, 2020, atRosenblum the age of 93. Born hersh, P.C., 7733 on November 24, 1926. Arrangements are400, Forsyth Blvd., Ste. being made by Funeral Clayton, MOHome. 63105. Item Orchard LLCthe Hamilton Articles of Org. filed NY Sec. of State (SSNY) 12/12/2018. Office in Clinton Co. SSNY desig. LEGALS agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to 500 Perry Mills Road, Champlain, NY 12901, which is also the principal business location. Purpose: Any lawful purpose. NC-01/4-02/08/20206TC-237045

NOTICE OF QUALIFICATION OF Liebert Real Estate One, LLC. Authority filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 12/05/19. Office location: Clinton County. LLC formed in Missouri (MO) on 09/03/19. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: Roger M. Herman, Rosenblum Goldenhersh, P.C., 7733 Forsyth Blvd., Ste. 400, Clayton, MO 63105. Address to be maintained in MO: 150 Carondelet Plaza, Unit 804, St. Louis, MO 63105. Arts of Org. filed with the Secy. of State, 600 W. Main St., Rm. 322, Jefferson City, MO 65102. Purpose: any lawful activities. NC-01/4-02/08/20206TC-236906

Address to be maintained in MO: 150 Carondelet Plaza, Unit 804, St. Louis, MO LEGALS 63105. Arts of Org. filed with the Secy. of State, 600 W. Main St., Rm. 322, Jefferson City, MO 65102. Purpose: any lawful activities. NC-01/4-02/08/20206TC-236906

NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LOON GOOSE LEDGE, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with SSNY on 11/19/19. Office location: Clinton County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY to mail process to 1946 Marin Ave., Berkeley, CA 94707. Purpose: any lawful purpose. NC-12/14-01/18/20196TC-235249 MINTAKA NORTH LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with the SSNY on 01/03/20. Office: Clinton County. SSNY designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to the LLC, 1270 Avenue of the Americas, Suite 1808, New York, NY 10020. Purpose: Any lawful purpose. NC-01/18-02/22/20206TC-237900

PL AT TSBURGH | Doris Marie (Snide) Lenhart, age 73, passed away on December 19, 2019, at Meadowbrook Healthcare in Plattsburgh, N.Y. She was born on September 7, 1946, to Jerome and Jane (Blanchette) Snide. Doris grew up in Newcomb, N.Y., and graduated from Newcomb Central School. She married the love of her life, Brian J. Lenhart, on June 1, 1969. Brian predeceased her on April 11, 2013. She was also predeceased by her parents, sister Gloria (Snide) Southworth and her brother Carl Snide.

CADYVILLE

Mosaic Church 2083 State Route 3, 518-293-7149 Sunday: Service 10 AM. www.mosaicny.church St. James Church: 26 Church Rd., 518-293-7026, Sunday: Mass 9 AM.

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Christ & St. John’s Episcopal/Anglican Church: 18 Butternut St, 518-298-8543, Sunday:

Mass 9:30 AM.

Living Water Baptist Church: 9 Locust St.,

corner of Main & Locust, 518-298-4358, Sunday: Worship Service 10 AM. St. Mary’s Catholic Church: Church St., Saturday: Anticipated Mass 4 PM, Weekday Masses: Thursday & Friday 5 PM.

Three Steeples United Methodist Church: 491 Route 11, 518-298-8655, Sunday: Worship Service 9:30 AM.

CHAZY

Chazy Presbyterian Church: 620 Miner Farm

St. Edmund’s Roman Catholic Church:

Route 11, Saturday: Vigil 6:30 PM, Sunday: Worship Service 8 AM.

ELLENBURG DEPOT

Ellenburg Depot Wesleyan Church: 2179 Plank Rd., 518-594-3902, Sunday: Worship Service 10:50 AM.

HARKNESS

United Methodist Church: Corner of Harkness & Hallock Hill Rds., 518-834-7577, Sunday: Worship Service 9 AM.

LYON MOUNTAIN

Memorial United Methodist Church: 3909

State Route 374, 518-536-6735, Sunday: Worship Service 9 AM. www.lyonmountainmemorial.org St. Bernard’s Saturday: Vigil 4 PM, Sunday: Mass 10:30 AM.

MOOERS

Mooers United Methodist Church: 14 East St., adjacent old Post Office, 518-536-6735, Sunday: Worship Service 11 AM. www.unyumc.org/resources/ church/mooers-umc, also on Facebook. Mooers Wesleyan Church: Maple St., 518-236-5330, Sunday: 10:45 AM & 7 PM.

Rd., 518-846-7349, Sunday: Worship Service 10 AM. Sacred Heart Church: 27 Church St., 518-846-7650, Saturday: Anticipated Mass 6 PM, Sunday: 8 AM.

St. Ann’s Catholic Church: Route 11, Saturday: Anticipated Mass 4 PM, Sunday: Mass 8 AM.

Dannemora United Methodist Church: 86

Jehovah’s Witnesses: 186 Rand Hill Rd.,

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Clark St., 518-891-9287, Sunday: Worship Service 11 AM.

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518-563-1549, Sunday: Gathering Service 10 AM, Tuesday: 7 PM. www.jw.org

Lutheran Church of the Redeemer: 10

Adirondack Lane (across from Plattsburgh High School), 518-561-5255, Sunday: Worship Service 10:15 AM. www.redeemerplattsburgh.com New Apostolic Church: 228 Tom Miller Rd., Sunday: Service 10:30 AM, Wednesday: 7:30 PM. www. nac-usa.org New Testament Church: 4709 US Rt. 9, 315-769-9951 Sunday: Service 10 AM. www. ntcplattsburgh.com Newman Center Catholic Church: 90 Broad St., 518-561-7545, Sunday: Mass 11 AM. www. newmanconnection.com North Country Alliance Church: 7 Northern Ave., 518-324-5430, Sunday: Worship Service 10 AM. www.northcountryalliance.com Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church: 4919 S. Catherine St., 518-561-1842, Saturday: Mass 4 PM, Sunday: Mass 9 AM, M-F: 8 AM. www.olvc.org Plattsburgh House of Prayer: 63 Broad St., 518-314-1333, Sunday’s Experience 10:30 AM. www. plattsburghhop.com Plattsburgh Nazarene Church: 187 Broad St., 518-561-1960, Sunday: Classic Service 9 AM, Contemporary Service 10:45 AM, Prayer Service 5 PM. www.plattsburghnazarene.org Plattsburgh United Methodist Church: 127 Beekman St., 518-563-2992, Sunday: 8 AM & 10 AM. Seventh Day Adventist: 400 Rt. 22, 518-561-3491, Saturday: Worship Service 11:30 AM. www.plattsburgh.adventistchurch.org St. John the Baptist: 18 Broad St., 518-563-0730, Saturday: Vigil 5:15 PM, Sunday: 8:30 AM, M-F: Mass 9 AM. https://broadstreetcatholic.org St. Peter’s Catholic Church: 114 Cornelia St., 518-563-1692, Saturday: Mass 4 PM, Sunday: Mass 8 AM, 9:30 AM & 11 AM, M-F: 7 AM. www. saintpeterschurch.org

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St Alexander’s Catholic Church: 1 Church St.,

518-561-5039, Saturday: Mass 4 PM, Sunday: Mass 7:30 AM & 10:30 AM. www.stalexanders.org

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Blaise, Madill headline All State football selections

KNIGHTS score league win over BOMBERS

Alex Coupal connected on five threepointers in a 23 point night to help Seton Catholic to a 56-40 win over Lake Placid in MVAC boys basketball Jan. 13. Tom Murray scored 15 points in the win, while Foster Ovios added 12, Kolbee LaPoint four and Gary Li two.

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COUGARS finish first half unblemished

The Northeastern Clinton varsity girls basketball team scored a 49-37 win over Saranac Jan. 10. Kya McComb and Abby Racine each scored 12 points in the win, while Bryn Sample added nine, Audi Hollister nine, Marlie Sample two and Bailey LaFountain two. Payton Couture led the Chiefs with 16 points as Kayla Myers scored nine, Lia Parker five, Allison Garman five and Sydney Myers two.

3 BOBCATS strengthen D-II hold Alexis Belrose scored 19 points as the Northern Adirondack girls varsity team scored a win over AuSable Valley, 53-39, Jan. 10. MacKenna LaBarge added 11 points in the win, while Isabella Gilmore scored nine, Kira LaBarge eight, Aiden Lambert three and Brynne Gilmore two. Cora Long led the Patriots with 14 points, followed by Koree Stillwell with 13.

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HORNETS speed too much for RED STORM

Fast hands and fast breaks were key to the Plattsburgh High varsity boys basketball team Thursday, jumping out to a 33-10 lead en route to a 69-34 win over Saranac Lake Jan. 9. Ian DeTulleo scored 21 points to pace the Hornets, while Riley Channell and Carter King each had 11. Myles King added nine points, while Dylan Garrant, Kurt Ouellette and Ian Campbell scored four each. Liam Perkins added three and Garrett Lemza two.

5 CHIEFS defeat PATRIOTS Connor Recore scored 20 points to go with 15 rebounds and six steals as the 22nd ranked (NYSSWA Class B) Saranac varsity boys basketball team earned a 68-46 win over AuSable Valley Jan. 9. Jared Duquette added 17 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists in a near triple-double, while Brady Hebert had five points and seven assists. Cogan Johnston added nine points, with Conner Burns scoring five, Jacob Pierce five, Jack Mather four and Nick Liberty three.

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EAGLES edge CHIEFS on ice

C o op e r Bu rdo a nd Luke Moser scored for the Beekmantown boys varsity hockey team in a 2-1 win over Saranac Jan. 7. Collin Latinville added a pair of assists, with one each from Dalton Kane and Gavin Fessette, Riley Hansen made 32 saves in the win, while Erick Frechette made 27 for the Chiefs, with Hayden Buckley scoring on assists from Austin Carpenter and Hunter Provost.

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Section VII members of the NYSSWA all state football team include Maddox Blaise, Myles Madill, Casey Breyette, Patrick Alberga, Braden Swan, Austin Carpenter, Connor Mcginnis and Kaden Myers. File photos

By Keith Lobdell SPORTS EDITOR

PORT HENRY | The state fi nalist Moriah Viking varsity football team had a pair of players named to the New York State Public High School Athletic Association’s Class D All State first team for 2019. A total of eight players were named to all state teams from Section VII, led by a trio of Vikings and pair of Beekmantown Eagles.

FIRST TEAM

Moriah junior running back Maddox Blaise was named to the first team in Class D, and was among the players in the hunt for a player of the year award that was eventually split by ClymerSherman-Panama teammates Garrett Hinsdale and Cameron Barmore. Blaise was the first back in Section VII history to rush for over 2,000 yards in a season, finishing in the top 10 in New York State with 2,227 yards and 21 touchdowns. His 305 yards, five touchdown performance in the state semifinal game led the Vikings to their second straight Class D title game.

Abi Batu-Tiako scored a trio of wins (55 hurdles, 55 sprint, long jump) while Kennedy Baker made the top three in each of her events as the Plattsburgh High Hornets scored a team win in the CVAC indoor track and field meet Jan. 9 at the Plattsburgh State Field House. The Plattsburgh High varsity boys indoor track and field team had a trio of wins from Jaylen Gonzalez (300, long jump, 1,600 relay) in earning the team victory.

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SECOND TEAM

Saranac lineman Casey Breyette was named to the Class C second team as an offensive lineman. A third team defensive lineman last season, Breyette was a first team CVAC all star on both sides of the ball as the anchor for the Chiefs in the trenches. Saranac Lake lineman Patrick Alberga was named to the Class C second team as a defensive lineman. Dominating on both sides of the ball this season for the Red Storm, Alberga was a first team member on both sides of the ball and was named the CVAC lineman of the year. Moriah defensive back Braden Swan was named to the Class D second team on defense. The Viking senior helped to lead the Viking

secondary as a CVAC first team safety. Swan also played a key role on offense, playing at each skill position throughout the Vikings playoff run.

FIFTH TEAM

Peru skill player Austin Carpenter was named to the Class B second team as a defensive back. An honorable mention all state performer last season, Carpenter used his speed and skill as a CVAC first team receiver and return specialist along with a second team award at safety.

HONORABLE MENTION

Beekmantown’s Connor Mcginnis was also named to the Class B honorable mention team as a linebacker. The Eagle senior was a CVAC first team inside linebacker and fullback for Beekmantown, helping to anchor the sectional champion’s defensive unit. Beekmantown’s Kaden Myers was named to the Class B honorable mention team as a running back. The Beekmantown senior was named to the CVAC first team as a running back and outside linebacker, leading the Eagles rushing attack throughout the season on their way to a successful Section VII/Class B title defense. ■

Bowman back to North Bowl lanes after national tryout By Keith Lobdell SPORTS EDITOR

PLATTSBURGH | Kathryn Bowman of Peru returned to the North Bowl Lanes Monday, helping the Indians score a 4-0 win over Ticonderoga in CVAC girls bowling. Last week, Bowman was away from her team, rolling in Las Vegas after having earned a chance to tryout for the United States bowling team at the USBC Team USA Trials. “It defi nitely could have gone better but it was a great experience to have the chance to compete with everyone out there,” said Bowman, who averaged a 173.4 over five days of bowling in finishing 130th out of 147 of the top bowlers in the country. “I qualified from my performance in Junior Gold last summer, which is a national competition of youth bowlers throughout the nation,” said Bowman. “You go out there and you are bowling against professionals as well as amateurs and junior bowlers, and you are all competing for a spot to represent your country at their competitions.” The top four finishers at the trials were named to Team USA, with eight other positions selected on performance and other factors. Bowman said the preparation for the trials went hand-in-hand with her preparation leading into the 2019-20 CVAC season. “It has been a lot of practice,” she said. “Practicing for this league in itself is a lot of hard word but to include this is just doubling that effort.” The Indians currently hold the edge in the CVAC standings, and Bowman hopes the team can keep the

Kathryn Bowman averaged a 173.4 at the Team USA Trials for bowling in Las Vegas last week. The Peru bowler currently holds the record (shared with six others) for highest single game in CVAC girls varsity history with a 279, which she rolled in her first game of the Section VII tournament last season. Photo by Keith Lobdell

momentum going in the second half of the season. “I’m hoping we can all work hard together as a team and go for the league title this season,” Bowman said. “I want to continue to improve my average throughout the rest of the season.” ■

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HORNETS sweep indoor meet

Moriah senior lineman Myles Madill was also named to the Class D fi rst team as a defensive lineman. Madill played both sides of the ball this season, earning praise from head coach Don Tesar and first team CVAC honors on the offensive line. He returned to the all state list after having been named as an honorable mention member last season.

Looking back at players, games, moments and more over decades of high school athletics in Section VII.

Tre Bucci scored 17 points while Kyle LaPoint added 16 in Plattsburgh High’s 62-47 win over AuSable Valley in CVAC boys basketball, with Jordan Coolidge scoring 22 for the Patriots. Kelly Kezar connected on four three-pointers in a 12-point effort for Peru in their 46-34 win over AuSable Valley in CVAC girls basketball. Megan Breton added nine in the win, while Alexis Coolidge had 14 for the Patriots.

2000

Matt Devins scored 17 and Mike Barcomb added 15, but it was not enough as Crown Point earned a 78-43 win over the Eagles with Jeff Ross scoring 19.

1995

Cory Siskavich scored 13 points, while Duane Floyd scored 11 and David Davidson 10 in Saranac’s 63-55 win over Northern Adirondack in boys basketball. David Bushey scored 14 for the Bobcats, with Jason Seguin scoring 12 and Rob Duprey 10. Josh Rousseau had two goals and an assist in Seton Catholic’s 7-3 win over Beekmantown in boys hockey, with Kyle Snide making 12 saves in the win. Ryan Constantine had a goal and assist for the Eagles, with Jamie Lozier making 19 saves.

1990

Shelly LaPoint had 24 assists for the Northern Adirondack varsity volleyball team in a 3-2 thriller

over Peru, as Kristie Twinning had 18 kills and Theresa Higgins 13 for the Indians. Carrie Gelineault rolled a 206 high game and 519 series as Northeastern Clinton knocked off previously unbeaten Peru, 4-0, in girls bowling. Shannon McMillan added a 446 series, while Lori Brandmeier had a 412 series for the Indians.

1980

Michelle Carron scored 16 points and Maureen Harrigan scored 15 as Northern Adirondack defeated Northeastern Clinton, 34-28. Wayne Kelley scored 26 points in St. John’s 79-57 w in over Northern Adirondack, while Jon Ford scored 21. Larry Gnass scored 21 for the Bobcats. ■


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