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ELIZABETHTOWN | Essex County Board of Supervisors honored two law enforcement officers for a swift, selfless and courageous response to the Ticonderoga Country Club fire that destroyed Emeralds Restaurant in late May. Essex County Sheriff Deputy Kaycee Kolodzey, of Moriah, and Ticonderoga Police Department Patrolman Dennis Towne went into the restaurant as smoke started pouring from the kitchen. Flames were just starting to erupt from what was apparently a propane tank explosion in the kitchen. Essex County Sheriff Richard C. Cutting addressed the full board with the writ approved by the Public Safety Committee in June. “They repeatedly went into the building and got people out,” Cutting told the supervisors. “They put their personal safety and wherewithal aside.” The two officers then accounted for all guests, and secured and maintained safety watch at the fire scene as firefighters fought the blaze. » Officers honored Cont. on pg. 2
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KEENE | The state has rolled out the first phase in a multiyear plan to address overuse on some of the Adirondacks’ most popular hiking trails. » Overuse Cont. on pg. 4
The state Department of Environmental Conservation modified parking spots in designated parking lots ahead of the July 4 holiday in an effort to better control parking at popular trailheads. Photo provided/DEC
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The 15 graduates of Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School’s Class of 2018 honored U.S. Army Veteran John B. Elser as a legacy gift. Elser was one of 11 graduates in 1938 -- 80 years ago -- and fought in the Battle of the Hedgerows at Normandy. The brass plate will be placed on the Memorial Wall at the Essex County Veterans Cemetery.
ELIZABETHTOWN | At graduation, the Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School Class of 2018 had a special gift for a late local veteran. The lifelong resident of Elizabethtown, John B. Elser Jr., who served in World War II, has no remaining family here, but his
The Class of 2018 did not forget. They reached out months ago to the Veteran’s Affairs office here to see if they might find a way to show appreciation for a local veteran. And Veteran’s Affairs Office Coordinator Sara Smith started to search. “It was the 80th high school graduation ceremony in Elizabethtown this year, so we looked to see who graduated 80 years ago, knowing that it would have been World War II era veterans. I was able to find 11 graduates from 1938,” Smith said. » Veteran gift Cont. on pg. 5
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» Officers honored Cont. from pg. 1 “It is certain that these officers saved several people from serious injury or death that evening,” Cutting read from the formal commendation, presented on plaques to each officer. Both Kolodzey and Towne attended the full board meeting last Monday. “The actions of (Kolodzey and Towne) were courageous, selfless and admirable and prove and demonstrate the true character of our law enforcement personnel,” Cutting said. Cutting explained that Kolodzey just happened to be in the area when fire broke out and responded immediately, reaching the country club even before emergency medical personnel and firefighters.
Ticonderoga Police Department Patrolman Dennis Towne, right, receives his commendation from Essex County Sheriff Richard C. Cutting.
A wedding reception was getting underway that night, near 10 p.m., with two buses of 50 people preparing to celebrate. Cutting said one of the buses had made a mistake and brought people to the hotel property first. The other bus — with 50 wedding guests — had delivered people to the restaurant. “It could have been so much worse,” Cutting said, “if these officers hadn’t done what they did.” For her part, Kolodzey said she was just acting from training and instinct. “There was smoke in the kitchen, but the flames hadn’t erupted yet. We got everyone out and made sure no one was missing.” And Towne, who is also a member of the
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Essex County Sheriff Deputy Kaycee Kolodzey, right, of Moriah, and Ticonderoga Police Department Patrolman Dennis Towne, left, of Ticonderoga were honored at Essex County’s full Board of Supervisors meeting last Monday for their courage and immediate response to the Emeralds Restaurant fire in May. The presentation featured remarks from Sheriff Richard C. Cutting. Ticonderoga Volunteer Fire Department, took action based on his training. “We helped get people to safety,” he said. Supervisors at the full board meeting loudly applauded the officers. Board of Supervisors Chairman Randy Preston expressed gratitude for their bravery. “We know these days that being a police officer is a very tough job,” Preston said. “Thank you for your service.” The fire on May 26 destroyed the Emeralds Restaurant and the country club building, despite best efforts from 17 fire departments, over 100 fire response personnel, four
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Actions along the Route 73 corridor commenced by the state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) during the July 4 holiday week included: • Striping parking spots in designated parking lots; • Increasing the number of portable bathrooms along the corridor; • Installing kiosks along the corridor that provide information on nearby, under-utilized alternate hiking opportunities; • Installing electronic variable messaging boards directing hikers to the kiosks, including at King Phillips Spring Pull-off (Northway Exit 30), Marcy Field in Keene and Olympic Regional Development Authority’s Mt. Van Hoevenberg Olympic Sports Complex; • Installing displays which provide information on nearby underutilized alternate hiking opportunities at the Northbound High Peaks Rest Area and Lake Placid Visitor Information Center. The DEC will also begin steering visitors to less-trafficked destinations in the Adirondack Park and will begin phasing out roadside parking around popular trailheads towards the end of the month. The High Peaks, Dix, Giant and Hurricane Wildernesses, Baxter Mountain and the Saranac Lake 6’er peaks have all attracted an “unprecedented number of users” in recent years, said the DEC.
Over the five-day period from July 4 through July 8, approximately 1,500 hikers — roughly 300 per day — signed in at the Cascade and Porter Mountain trailhead, according to the DEC. While Adirondack Wilderness Advocates co-founder Brendan Wiltse welcomed the changes, he questioned their execution. A pair of electronic displays directed guests into Mt. Van Hoevenberg to get more info. But guests were greeted with a single interpretive display which generated bewilderment amongst visitors, he said. “What I’ve heard is visitors are confused and staff frustrated that they can’t give people the info they’re looking for,” Wiltse told The Sun on Sunday. “I think it could have been executed better.” The Adirondack Council cheered the changes, but called for a parking reservation system to be included in the proposed updates to the High Peaks Unit Management Plans (UMP). “The state is taking important first steps in managing successful tourism in the Adirondacks,” said Adirondack Council Executive Director William C. Janeway in a statement. “We are encouraged by this progress. But more is needed to protect water quality and wildlife from being loved to death. Some of the most popular hiking and camping destinations are located in the park’s most fragile and sensitive landscapes.”
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» Veteran gift Cont. from pg. 1 “I searched our records to see if any veterans were in that graduating class, and in that 11 was Mr. John B. Elser Jr., who lived in Elizabethtown. It just got better from there, honestly,” she said. “He was a World War II veteran and he spent three years overseas, part of that included fighting the D-Day invasion at Normandy,” Smith said. “He came back here, and married, and started a business, a home improvement company. His wife (Monica) was a teacher at the school for a few years. They both resided here until they passed.” Smith also found that John B. Elser Jr. had received a certificate of commendation, along with Staff Sgt. John Woljewodzic, of Port Henry, from Maj. General Charles H. Gerhardt for their participation in D-Day. and specifically in the Battle of the Hedgerows. The Record-Post on Thursday, Feb. 8, 1945 carried a news feature on letters presented to Elser Jr. and Wojewodzic “honoring them for fighting with the 29th Infantry Division from D-Day to St. Lo (The Battle of the Hedgerows).” The commendation was recounted in the Record-Post on Feb. 8, 1945, on page 8: “The honor is a personal salute from Maj. Gen. Charles H. Gerhardt to the officers and men who battered their way through flooded areas and the Normandy hedgerows and stormed the key city of St. Lo in a campaign where the taking
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of every 500 yards was a major battle,” the news report said. “The army reckons the Normandy fight as one campaign which entitles participants to one star on their theatre ribbons, but General Gerhardt’s certificate recognized the unusual toughness of the fighting in the early days of the invasion. “The ‘Blue and Grey Division’ has won two unit citations and its members have been awarded 1,620 personal decorations since the outfit stormed the invasion beaches. The Infantry Regiment was cited for being the first unit into St. Lo.” Elser Jr. came home and married Monica R. Rasines, of Barre, Vermont. Mrs. Elser taught secretarial practice at Elizabethtown-Lewis High School for three years and was a private secretary for an Elizabethtown attorney. She was also bookkeeper/secretary for her husband’s business until he retired. He died here on April 10, 1999 at age 79. She died ten years ago. They are buried together in Riverside Cemetery. The couple had no children.
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“They were so excited about doing this.” Family members, descendants or friends of veterans that wish to honor a service member can contact Smith at the Essex County Veteran’s office to find out more about the memorial markers. “That holds true for any information about the cemetery in general,” Smith said — This story has been abridged for print. To read this story in its entirety, visit suncommunitynews.com.
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The plaque that the ELCS Class of 2018 had engraved for World War II veteran John B. Elser will go on the Memorial Wall at the Essex County Veteran’s Cemetery in the coming weeks. At Veterans Affairs, Smith said the brass plates are affixed on the wall usually between Memorial Day and Veteran’s Day. She said the honorary gift from the Class of 2018 is touching in that recalls the service of a veteran who has no family left in this area. “They’re just a wonderful group,” Smith said of the Class of 2018.
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The SCOTUS Wars
As I write this column, President Trump has yet to announce his oﬃcial nominee for the open position on By Dan Alexander the Supreme Court. • PUBLISHER • The president has narrowed down his finalists and once announced, the war of words, doom and candidate character assassination will begin. What is known at this time is approximately 45 percent of the country is outraged by the selection, another 45 percent couldn’t be more pleased and approximately 10 percent doesn’t know there is an opening and could care less that we even have a Supreme Court, let alone understand what their role in the country is all about. It’s comforting to know that things are so predictable here in the land of the free and home of the brave. I hope you understand, I am being sarcastic. There really is no other way to approach what we are about to go through. Over the past few Supreme Court appointments, the skirmishes have been relatively mild compared to what will take place in this current environment. The anger and in-your-face battle that will set the tone this time around will be epic as both sides appear to be dug-in for the duration. This appointment and perhaps the next will shape the court if not the country for the next several decades. The left has made it clear that no candidate nominated by this president is acceptable despite all having been overwhelmingly approved for the lower court positions they now hold. The right has made it clear they do not want an activist jurist but a pure constitutionalist who will adhere to interpretation of the constitution, versus legislating from the bench. Given the current political climate, these hearings could well set the stage for an even greater period of stepped up resistance and violence across the nation. It’s hard to see how this SCOTUS confirmation battle can do anything but divide the country even further than we already are, especially if the opposing senators refuse to give the nominee a fair hearing. Optimistically, we can hope that through a fair confirmation process both sides can be heard and the nominee is sufficiently skilled to win over popular public opinion as being fair, compassionate, and well above politics. How this all plays out will set the tone for the national political demeanor for many years to come. ■
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Give early High Peaks overuse measures a chance The High Peaks are groaning under the weight of an unprecedented surge of tourism. Sure, our new pals are spending money in local communities. But with their sunny social media hashtags comes an uptick in traffic accidents, parking fiascos, searchand-rescue operations and piles of waste left on the mountaintops. As a result of the mounting problems, the state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) introduced a pilot project ahead of the July 4 holiday weekend to tamp down on public safety issues along the popular Route 73 corridor stretching from Keene to Lake Placid. The initial actions include “striping” lots to better delineate parking, increasing the number of Port-O-Potties and installing educational kiosks to steer visitors elsewhere, as well as flashing electronic boards pointing to their existence. The DEC will also further limit roadside parking in additional areas to improve the line of sight for motorists. These are all good, common-sense solutions that are long overdue considering the horror stories have been stacking up for years. While some skeptics were quick to criticize the effectiveness of the actions over the weekend, the DEC and other stakeholders involved in the efforts should be commended for being proactive. Obviously, some kinks need to be worked
Truth must have absolutes
To the Editor: I appreciated Dan Alexander’s June 23 (op-ed) on truth. However, I found his conclusion inadequate. Good common sense includes wisdom, discernment along with good judgment and must have love as its foundation (where do we see this today)? In fact, the present downward plunge of our nation would prove that man does not have, in himself, much common sense. Truth is elusive because it has both a spiritual and moral dimension to it. It goes beyond mere intellectual knowledge and therefore must have elements of faith based on results of the outworking of this faith. Truth must have absolutes to it, or there is no one truth. We teach our kids today that truth is relative and varies with
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out — we’re not entirely sure kiosks are enough to convince people to forgo their debut trip up Algonquin— and the state agency has admitted this is the first in series of proposed measures to promote sustainable visitation. But we also cannot underestimate the effectiveness of educational outreach and social media campaigns. A stakeholder pointed out that often this guest misbehavior — the illegal parking, the erratic driving, the eroded and environmentally-decimated trails with poo everywhere — is a result of ignorance, and ongoing and prolonged education for these visitors by the community will likely be needed in order for bad habits to be culled. This week is sure to be full of fast-moving developments. The Adirondack Park Agency and DEC are currently reviewing draft Unit Management Plan (UMP) amendments for the High Peaks Wilderness and Vanderwhacker Mountain Wild Forest Areas. If approved, larger changes will be on the way, including the permanent relocation of the Cascade and Porter mountain trailhead to the nearby Mt. Van Hoevenberg complex, as well as creation of a new trail up Mt. Van Hoevenberg by Columbus Day Weekend in October. Those are good ideas. So are the ones presented by environmental groups, including the implementation of
the situation. It must have a moral dimension to it or it does not operate for the good of man and therefore why seek it? It must have a spiritual level that is rooted in love, or truth can bring harm. But if it is ignored then man is not living in true reality and is faced with mental illness and the society becomes sick. Relationship based on truth keeps us healthy. Technology is destroying true relationship. Quite the contrary, man does not honestly seek truth. Truth when sought with the whole heart usually entails much pain as our ivory towers get pulled down and we face our worst enemy: self. Jesus claims to be the truth and that the truth will set us free. With the abandonment of something greater than ourselves, we each live in bondage: be it to self, others or some evil as we let these things define our live and ourselves. You see once true identity is lost and we let ourselves be defined by lies, we
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a permit system for hikers, presented by the Adirondack Wild, and a parking reservation system, offered by the Adirondack Council. Again, despite efforts to direct visitors elsewhere, the High Peaks will always be the main attraction, and asking outdoor adventurers to go somewhere else is akin to asking lovebirds to visit Paris but take a hard pass at going up the Eiffel Tower. The devil is obviously in the details, and we like the idea of multi-year test programs to see if these are ideas worth implementing on a permanent basis. We also agree with the Adirondack Council that the APA should give the DEC more time to weigh the UMPs to ensure compliance with the Adirondack Park State Land Master Plan, the document that governs all land-use issues in the Adirondacks. The green group joins others who contend the APA accelerated the review process of the DEC’s plan without reacting to the public comments generated, a measure criticized by the nonprofit as an “administrative shortcut.” Considering how much is at stake, stepping on the brakes might not be a bad idea. Lastly, we’d be remiss if we didn’t echo the clarion call for the state to hire more forest rangers, who are on the frontlines grappling with these issues daily, performing heroic feats of rescue as stewardship falls by the wayside. — The Sun Editorial Board ■
plunge into self-destruction. Ask the children who are casualties of bullying. Barbara Brennan, Warrensburg ■
Trump Supreme Court pick will spark battle over abortion
To the Editor: Well, the president gets to pick another replacement for a retiring judge on the Supreme Court. This will be a battle about abortion and nothing else. It doesn’t matter if the pick is a good person or has had good well reasoned rulings from the bench. I find it a bit shameful that killing the unborn is so important to Democrats. Think about it. They demand the right to kill the innocent. Now I don’t give a rat’s back side what a woman does with her
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body. She can sell it, tattoo it, pierce it or what else she choses to do. But this is where the fly in the ointment comes in. The baby growing inside her is not her body. It belongs to someone else. All the science is on this side. If it was her body, the DNA would be the same, but it’s not! Why is it a right to kill your unborn baby? Someday we may have an honest discussion about this, but I fear it will never happen because there are too many truths that have to be faced on both sides. I would put money on it. That any response to this letter will start with rape and incest. Which has nothing to do with what I have written here. I’m talking about the baby and that’s all. Is it so hard to admit that the baby is a separate person with a soul of its own. Raynard Corrow, Indian Lake ■ » Letters Cont. on pg. 7 This free community newspaper exists to serve the informational needs of the community and to stimulate a robust local economy. No press release, brief or calendar item can be guaranteed for placement in the paper nor run in multiple weeks unless it is a paid announcement. All free placement is on a space-available basis.
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Zonta Club to host inaugural Amazing Adirondack Race in and around Placid The family friendly race will challenge participants mentally, not physically
LAKE PLACID | Zonta Club of the Adirondacks will host its inaugural Amazing Adirondack Race starting in Lake Placid, and continuing around the greater Lake Placid area on July 15. This day-long race is part adventure, part trivia game and part scavenger hunt. Teams of four will race from location to location via clues, tasks, riddles and other challenges in order to discover the location of the finish line celebration picnic and win an array of great prizes!
Register online at amazingadkrace.eventbrite.com. Race day check in for participants begins at 8 a.m. The race takes off at 9:30 a.m. after a 9 a.m. pre-race meeting. Race details and rules will be sent to all teams’ registration emails on July 1. Additional clues, tidbits and challenges will be texted intermittently after July 1 to all teams’ registered cell phone numbers up until the day of the event. The race will go on rain or shine and participants will need one car and one smart phone with texting and video recording capability. Teams of four can be comprised of any aged participants, but all participants must sign a participation waiver in advance of starting the race. All participants under the age of 18 must have a parent/ guardian-signed waiver before the race starts. This waiver can
be found on The Amazing Adirondack Race Facebook page. Registration includes: · An Amazing Race shirt for the first 100 participants registered before our July 1 t-shirt deadline · A picnic lunch party at the surprise finish line location with beer provided by the Lake Placid Pub & Brewery · A chance to win door prizes just for playing, including a brand new stand-up paddle board · For the first team to cross the finish line, The Big Enchilada: a prize package full of hundreds of dollars-worth of gift certificates for experiences all over the Adirondack Park! Proceeds from the race will be used to support the Zonta Club of the Adirondacks scholarship fund. For more info, contact email@example.com. ■
Westport Heritage House to host art exhibit, silent auction Spirit of Place Art Exhibit and Silent Auction will feature local artists
WESTPORT | Champlain Valley artists will participate in the 11th annual Spirit of Place Art Exhibit and Silent Auction at the Westport Heritage House from July 1 to July 31. The event will be open Monday through Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Sunday from 1 to 3 p.m. Known for media diversity, the
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Yes, there are still some honest people in this world!
To the Editor: Thank you to the person who turned in my granddaughter’s wallet at WalMart this past week. Everything was intact! She is a college student who is employed at Silver Bay YMCA for the summer. She is so very thankful that all her cards and license were still in the wallet! Your kindness is so appreciated! Beverly R. Hudak, Ticonderoga ■
Attorney general headlines are a political hit job
To the Editor: I didn’t vote for Donald Trump and watching national TV almost borders on tedium as things are more like a political world wrestling match than the modern America I grew up in. However, the recent headline-grabbing action by the acting New York attorney general has all the fingerprints of a political hit job. I know from personal knowledge that there was some pretty funny business in the past in Westport over the two cottages resold out of the Ballard Park Foundation to the tune of maybe $700,000 and the sidetracking of the charitable bequest of the Kobel farm by Camp Dudley must have reaped well over a million. As I recall, all these episodes of selfdealing reaped a collective yawn from the IRS, so go figure. William Kuntz III, Elizabethtown ■
Trump takes undeserved credit for Obama economy
To the Editor: For an unprecedented 104 consecutive months, the economy has grown. Trump has been president for only the last 18 of those months, and yet incomprehensibly, he is claiming complete and sole responsibility for the state of the economy. Full-scale (and fallacious) denigration of “President Obama’s economy” ranks high on the list of talking-points-du-jour for Trump
show includes paintings, prints, collage, drawings, fabric arts, photography, pottery and more. The silent auction bids will be accepted during those open hours until July 31, 7 p.m., with a percentage of auction sale proceeds benefits Heritage House. The exhibit and auction conclude with a “Meet the Artist”
and his followers. The president constantly touts the unemployment-rate as one of his most impressive accomplishments. This might be so for some, but the data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics tell a different story. The unemployment-rate was 7.8 and rising when Barack Obama came into office. It peaked 10 months later at 10 and has steadily declined since. At Trump’s inauguration, the rate was 4.8 and has fallen to 3.8 over the past 18 months. Perhaps Mr. Trump can crow for having “caused” the one-point reduction, but the lion’s share (83 percent) of the credit for the declining unemployment-rate is Obama’s. Another of Trump’s claims concerning Obama’s economy is that the GDP growth-rate was anemic…between one and two percent. Once again, the facts indicate otherwise. According to the U. S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, in the first quarter of 2009 the economy was shrinking at a rate of -1.94 percent. Th is decline continued, reaching -3.19 percent in the second quarter of 2009. It then began to grow steadily, “spiking” at 5.21 percent in the 3rd quarter of 2014. This growth continued until the 4th quarter of 2016. The average quarterly GDP growth-rate throughout Obama’s presidency was 3.01 percent. When, in a truly fair and balanced manner, all relevant factors are considered, one can only conclude that, for many of us, this present economy — Obama’s economy — is performing well. Let us all pray that Trump and his followers will allow it to continue to do so. John Maddix, Plattsburgh ■
Thurman is blessed
To the Editor: Thurman is so blessed — we have Trump in the White House and Seaman on the Thurman Town Board. Karma Smith, Athol ■
Confederate ﬂag leaves bad taste
To the Editor: I attended the Ticonderoga Fourth of July Parade expecting to see some wholesome family fun. I don’t know who organized the parade, but the sight of a truck in the parade displaying a large confederate flag
reception from 5 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 31. Several artists plan to participate in artist studio tours on Sunday, Aug. 19 and Sept. 16, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Maps for the self-guided tour are available at Heritage House and at westportheritagehouse.com. ■
was enough to make me wonder about the racist views of the parade organizers. As a longtime summer resident, I am giving serious thought to taking the money I spend on restaurants, rentals and other activities in Ti and heading to another town. Art Summers, Ticonderoga ■
Support your president!
To the Editor: Ed Pontacoloni, your guest viewpoint does not add up! We the American people elected Donald Trump as our president for a four-year term, he was duly elected by the rules and regulations overseeing a presidential election! The Sun Editorial Board should apply the same rules to their guest columnist as they do to the readers that send in letters. Allowing insults, name calling and nonfactual information should have voided this article in its entirety. There is nothing father from the truth than his article. Trump is a very strong and determined individual working harder than any president before him to reverse the damage done to America by the past misdeeds of previous presidents. He is responsible for the economy and paying the interest on the huge debt created and passed down by the Obama administration. In fact, his tax cut efforts have already shown improvements in the economy! His efforts to protect American interests and our allies have strengthened our relationships with other world powers. His “America First” and “Make America Great Again” attitude has sent a necessary message to the world, we the people of America will no longer carry the entire burden of everyone’s problems, so get off our backs! The racist policies of the previous administration have created the split in America and already the Trump agenda is showing signs of correcting these policies. As for the southern border, “build the wall” is the overwhelming message being sent to the administration via the American people! Immigrants are welcome via the existing laws, and we the people want them enforced. Violate our laws and you go to jail and will be returned to your homeland! Enter legally and you will be welcomed! As for Pontacoloni, wake up, get it straight and support your president! Bert Windle, Putnam ■
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Celebrate Paws Cause carnival July 15 The Paws Cause annual event is swiftly approaching, and we are so excited to celebrate By Kathy Wilcox on Sunday, July 15! • COLUMNIST • We hope you can join us from 5 to 8 p.m. for our vintage carnival – we think this might just be our biggest extravaganza ever. We have so many excellent items for the Paws Cause silent auction – there is sure to be something for everyone. We’ve got fantastic gifts for pets, wine, art, home décor and even a day of rock climbing with AMCA Rock Instructor Mark Scott! You will also have the opportunity to enjoy scrumptious carnival food, a DJ, sideshows, a tarot card reader and mentalist Dustin Dean. That’s right, we will even have a mind-reader! Admission is $35 for adults, $5 for kids and children under the age of 6 are free. Don’t wait to reserve your tickets now by calling the shelter at 518-873-5000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our featured pet this week is SCARLETT, a Domestic Shorthairmix with a lovely tabby coat and stunning emerald eyes. Her markings are positively purr-fect, to match her even-tempered personality and general equanimity about life. Scarlett is about two years old – well past the crazy antics of kittenhood but still young enough to be able to offer years of companionship and affection. She gets along well with other cats; we believe she would also be fine with a gentle dog. Scarlett is sweet, loving and would make an excellent addition to any family. Don’t miss out on this special little lady – come down today and add some tabby love to your life! ■ — Kat Wilcox’s weekly column works to publicize the shelter’s adoptable pets. Find out more at ncspca.org
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Eye on the Arts
Katie Eppinger, riding Ino V Bareethof, placed first in the adult jumper classic in the I Love New York Horse Show last week in Lake Placid with a time of 30.568. Horses Didane, Chanel B 2, Speedy Chicolina and Carneval 33 placed in the remaining top five slots respectively. Photo by Marah Chiappalone
The Elizabethtown Library Presents
DAVE RUCH The Historic Hand House Lawn
Saturday, July 21st • 1:00pm River Street, Elizabethtown (Bring your Lawn Chair or Blanket)
A FREE PERFORMANCE of ADK Songs & Stories E’town Historical Day
Come And Learn How To Play The Spoons! MADE POSSIBLE BY A GENEROUS 4-County Grant from the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts
“Kimberly Akimbo,” a play by David Lindsay-Abaire that follows a New Jersey teen with By Elizabeth Izzo a rare condition, • COLUMNIST • landed at the Upper Jay Art Center this week. Performances are slated every night, July 12-22, at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20 per person. To make reservations, call 518-946-6074. Joe K. Walsh, a Portland, Maine native and critically-acclaimed folksinger, will perform in Ticonderoga on July 19 at 5 p.m. This show is outdoors, a casual, bring-your-own beverage and chair event. The location is 543 Baldwin Road, at the edge of Heart Bay. A $20 donation is requested, with proceeds benefiting the band. For more information, contact Don Sheldon at don@ valleystage.net or 518-585-7266. On display now at the Courthouse Gallery in Lake George is “Shifting Perceptions,” a new exhibit by artist Jenny Hutchinson. Hitchinson said her work is inspired by a love for drawing from life, and her recent work is inspired by time spent outside. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday, noon to 5 p.m.; and Saturday, noon to 4 p.m. Learn more about Hutchinson’s exhibit at lakegeorgearts.org. The Keene Valley Congregational Church will host pianist Fred Miller on July 27 at 8 p.m. Miller will perform “lectures in song” honoring the legacy and work of Rodgers and Hammerstein, and the 75th anniversary of
A play by David Lindsay-Abaire that follows a New Jersey teen with a rare condition, “Kimberly Akimbo,” landed at the Upper Jay Art Center this week. Photo provided
“Oklahoma!” A donation of $10 is encouraged. Contact Fritz Sabbow at 518-576-4686 for more information. The Lake Placid Sinfonietta will land at the Tannery Pond Center in North Creek on July 17 at 7 p.m. The program will include contemporary songs from a variety of different sources, from “Les Miserables” to the theme of popular HBO drama “Game of Thrones.” Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Earlier that morning, a free Seagle Music Colony production, “Billy Goats Gruff,” is slated to begin at 10 a.m. Learn more at tannerypondcenter.org. “Xandu, Jr.,” a 1980s-themed musical directed by a recent Peru High School graduate and presented by the Adirondack Regional Theatre, will land at the Strand Center for the Arts on July 15 at 2 p.m. Tickets
are $10. Visit strandcenter.org or call the Strand Center Box Oﬃce at 518-324-2787 to reserve your seat. On July 18, 7 p.m. at the AuSable Town Hall, the Anderson Falls Heritage Society will present “Robert Elliott: Who Do You Think You Are?” This program featuring Don Papson, historian and curator of the North Star Underground Railroad Museum, will highlight the history of Robert Elliott and his descendants. Find out more by calling 518-834-9219 or visiting andersonfalls.com. “Untitled,” a series of photographs by artist Barry Lobdell, is on display now at the Adirondack Artists Guild in Saranac Lake. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Learn more at adirondackartistsguild.com. ■
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Amos and Julia Ward Theater; 7:00 p.m. JEMS Children’s Theatre Workshops are excited to announce our 10th summer production. Come enjoy the enthusiasm and talents of our youth performing the Jungle Book, by V. Morris, G. Castle, M. Vigilant. Admission $3.00/5.00, or Donation.
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p.m. Help us commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. Enjoy historical exhibits, maple creamies, popular social dances of the ragtime era, horse and wagon rides, and more! Historic dress is encouraged, and prizes will be awarded for the best 1918-inspired looks! All money raised to support the United Way of the Adirondack Region, (suggested donation of $5/person).
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Summer Series held at Mountain Lake PBS Station; 4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Families are welcomed to join us at the for a full episode of Nature Cat, followed by art, crafts, and other educational activities!
Green; 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Original Folk, Rain Location; Amos & Julia Ward Theatre
to the Adirondack History Museum held at Adirondack History Museum; 12:00 p.m. To celebrate “Elizabethtown Day,” the Adirondack History Museum will offer free entrance to all visitors!
Port Henry » Champ Day held
at Port Henry Beach; 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. A day long festival celebrating the local legendary lake Activities lake monster monst~r “Champ”. "Champ".'Act include: for the include: games games tor the kids, kids product and and craft craft vendors, vendors, live live music, mus antique antique and and classic classic boat be rendezvous, the rendezvous, Penelope Pene clown, clown, sail sail boat boa race, food food vendors. vendor Free Admission Admissior
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Day held at Cobble Hill Golf Course; 10:00 a.m. Come join us for a day of celebrations. Check out the town wide yard sale, watch the parade, and then head to the golf course for activities, food and music. Fireworks at dusk.
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Down held at Elfs Farm Winery & Cider House; 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Join us every Friday evening for live music, food specials, craft wine, hard cider, beer & spirits. Check our Facebook page for a list of performers.
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Farmers’ & Crafters’ Market held at Durkee Street Parking Lot; 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Visit the Plattsburgh Farmers’ & Crafters’ Market every Saturday from May to October for local goods, fresh fruits & vegetables, live music, kids activities & so much more!
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Concert Series held at CVPH Front Lawn; 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 The open air concerts will be held the second Thursday of each month. The concerts are free of charge and open to all. Lawn chairs and picnic blankets are welcome. No alcohol, smoking or glass containers are permitted. For details visit cvph.org/ About-CVPH/Summer-ConcertSeries.
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Art Walk held at Various Locations; 5:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Every Third Thursday of Jun, Jul, Aug and Sept. there are approximately 30 outdoor venues presenting visual, literary, and performing arts. This
a free, self-guided, family event showcasing creative talents of all ages. Event schedules/maps are available the day of the event at many of the venue locations.
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Arthur “Art” Sheldon Baker
ELIZABETHTOWN | Arthur “Art” Sheldon Baker, 93 passed away on Friday, July 6, 2018
at the North Carolina State Veterans Home in Salisbury, North Carolina. He was born August 23, 1924 in Westport the son of Ruth Sheldon and Raymond L. Baker. He loved growing up in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York. Arthur graduated from Elizabethtown Central School in 1942. He served his country during World War II stationed in Italy as a tail gunner on a B-24 in the Army Air Force. Following his military service, he began working with Southern Bell Telephone and worked as a marketing manager. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend to many. He will be deeply missed. Arthur was preceded in death by his loving wife of 68
years, L. Pearl Linker Baker. Those left to cherish his memory are his loving children; David S. Baker (Kitty) of Greensboro, North Carolina, Janet R. Taylor (Ken) of Oak Ridge, North Carolina and Kenneth A. Baker (Kim) of Aurora, Colorado., grandchildren, Grayson Lyons, Macy Lyons and Phoenix Baker and sister, Marylynn Burres of Westport. Graveside service with full military rites with Rev. Sarah Holler officiating, was held on Wednesday, July 11, 10:30 a.m. at Guilford Memorial Park in Greensboro, North Carolina. Hanes Lineberry Sedgefield Chapel is assisting the Baker Family. Online condolences may be made at haneslineberryfuneralhome.com. ■
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The Puppet People and the Pitch Benders String Band join us “On the Center Lawn” this week. By Arin Burdo At 6 p.m. on • COLUMNIST • Tuesday, July 17, a professional touring puppet company out of Schenectady presents “The Last Dragon.” Are all princesses helpless? Are all knights brave and strong? Are all dragons evil? Find out in this whimsical retelling of the fairy tale by E. Nesbitt. Explore the issues of stereotypes, discrimination, self-esteem, greed and friendship with this vivid puppet production. This show features classical music, large rod puppets, mouth puppets, a seven-foot dragon and a life-size knight on horseback for a jousting scene the audience will never forget! Since 1994, The Puppet People have performed in over 3,000 shows and have delighted audiences young and old. Mark Carrigan and Michelle Smith-Carrigan have performed throughout the
country including the Lincoln Center in New York City. Michelle’s voice over work can be heard in many local and national commercials as well as in animation and online games. At 7 p.m., we bring back local favorite Pitch Benders String Band. The Pitch Benders String Band features local talent David Wyant with twelve string, finger-style guitar, harmonica, percussion and vocals and Heather Lamb on mandolin and vocals. They partner with Vermont neighbors Andrew Gorton on guitar, ukulele and vocals; David Hughes on bass, ukulele, and vocals; Charles “Skip” Smithson on mandolin and guitar and Barry Shoenwetter on lead guitar. The program will feature acoustic covers of many genres including blues, bluegrass, country, soft rock, folk and soul. They are known for their tight, smooth vocal harmonies. Enjoy dinner from Papa Duke’s BBQ during the shows. Do not forget your lawn chair. Performances will be held rain or shine. From 6:30-7 p.m., prior to concert,
the Writers’ Group will hold a series of readings of their works. They will present original poems, short stories, personal essays and excerpts of longer works. The Caregiver Support Initiative of SUNY Plattsburgh will offer “Dementia: Just Diagnosed, What’s Next?” on Wednesday, July 18 at 1 p.m. All are welcome! This session will review what to do if you or a loved one is diagnosed with dementia. They discuss feelings you may be having and how to talk to your friends and loved ones. They cover the next steps for home safety, driving and financial planning. This program helps those caring for a person with some form of memory loss. For more information, contact Danielle Hance, education specialist at the Alzheimer’s Disease Caregiver Support Initiative, at 518-564-3368. You can find more information on our website, elizabethtownsocialcenter.org, or call 518-873-6408. ■ — Arin Burdo is the Executive Director of the Elizabethtown Social Center.
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Free and Accepted Masons to hold annual craft fair
KEENE | The 24th annual craft fair, sponsored by the Free and Accepted Masons in Essex County, will be held on Saturday, July 21 and Sunday, July 22 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Marcy Airfield, Route 73 between Keene and Keene Valley. A variety of new and favorite returning crafters have registered this year who make the Adirondack’s finest artistry including gems, wood products, baskets, photos, collectibles and more. Food vendors will be serving to event goers as they browse at the craft booths. The event will be held rain or shine and admission is free. For more information, call 518-546-3519. ■
Norte Maar will present clay exhibition and studio tour
JAY| Norte Maar will show the 5th annual Jay Invitational of Clay: an exhibition featuring a curated selection of local and regional works in clay. The exhibition opens to the public on July 13 from 6-9 p.m. at The Jay House, 35 Randy’s Ln., Jay, and will continue July 14-15. In conjunction with the invitational, Norte
Maar, in collaboration with Jay Craft Center, Young’s Studio and Gallery and Jackie Sabourin’s Stoneledge Pottery, will present the 4th annual Au Sable River Valley Studio Tour, July 14-15. All participating artist and art spaces will be open 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. An opening reception for the artists and the public will be held on July 13 from 6 - 9 p.m. at the Jay House. The studio tour will include over thirty artist studios and art spaces featuring a wide range of artists living and working in the townships of the Au Sable River Valley. For more information, visit nortemaar.org. ■
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Artistry Community Theatre to present ‘Hello, Dolly!’
AUSABLE | The Artistry Community Theatre will perform “Hello, Dolly!” for their inaugural year at the AuSable Valley Middle-High School located at 1490 NY-9N in Clintonville. Performances will be held July 19 at 7:30 p.m., July 20 at 7:30 p.m., July 21 at 7:30 p.m. and July 22 at 5 p.m. General admission is $15 and doors will open 30 minutes prior to showtime. Tickets can be reserved by calling 518-802-0400, emailing email@example.com or visiting artistrytheatre.org. ■
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WESTPORT - 67th Annual Chicken BBQ. Thursday, July 19, 2018 at the Westport Federated Church, 6486 Main St., Westport, NY. Serving starts 4:30pm with takeouts available. $10.00 Adults, $5.00 Children 10 & under, Preschool free. Along with the BBQ there will be a Chinese Auction for the benefit of the Medical Assistance Program (MAP) Gas Card & Ferry Pass Project. PUBLIC MEETINGS
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Northwest corner of the of lien $163,445.13 plus Property Catalogues Available at: Final Assessment Roll is premises conveyed by interest & costs. Rugs, Collections, Alder wood chairs and settees, County Offices, 383 Broadway, CAMP SUNRISE LLC Arfiled with Essex County SUPREME COURT - deed dated October 28, Premises will be sold entertainment center, tables, etc. Fort Edward, NY 12828 ~•JCTIONS I Real Property Tax Serfiled NY COUNTY OF ESSEX 1978 and recorded in subject to provisions of or may be downloaded at: ticles of Org. INTERNATIONAL • WILMINGTON SAVINGS the Essex County Clerk's filed Judgment and vice and a certified copy Sec. of State •(SSNY) Any questions email: email@example.com www.AuctionsInternational.com 1-800-536-1401 thereof has been filed in 6/11/2018. in Es- FUND SOCIETY, FSB, Office on November 8, Terms of Sale. Selling government surplus daily at: Office auctionsinternational.com the Office of the Town sex Co. SSNY desig. DBA CHRISTIANA 1978 in Book 672 of If the sale is set aside page 102, and for any reason, agent of LEGALS LLC whom pro- TRUST, LEGALS NOT INDIVIDU- Deeds atLEGALS Clerk ofLEGALS the Town of LEGALS LEGALS the PurLEGALS LEGALS which point makes the chaser at the sale shall Westport where it may cess may be served. ALLY BUT AS TRUSTEE LINCOLN CONSULTING, be seen and examined ABBK, LLC Articles of SSNY shall mail process FOR PRETIUM MORT- general Northwest cor- be entitled only to a re- NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY LLC. Arts. of Org. filed Org. filed NY Sec. of to 72 Olympic Dr., Lake GAGE ACQUISITION ner of the premises turn of the deposit paid. by any interested perState (SSNY) 6/15/2018. with the SSNY on Plaintiff herein conveyed; RUN- The Purchaser shall COMPANY Placid, NY 12946. Pur- TRUST, son. (1) The name of the Office in Essex Co. pose: Any lawful pur- -against- DONALD E. NING THENCE in a gen- have no further recourse 05/14/18. Office: Essex Dated this 2nd day of SSNY desig. agent of pose. Principal business WHALLEY, et al Defen- eral Northeasterly direc- against the Mortgagor, Limited Liability Compa- County. SSNY designat- July, 2018. LLC whom process may location: 11 Orchard the Mortgagee or the ny is GREGORYS PAVE- ed as agent of the LLC dant(s). Pursuant to a tion along the centerline Timothy D. Gay Jr., Sole MENT MARKETING, LLC be served. SSNY shall upon whom process Terrace, Westport, NY Judgment of Foreclo- of the Plains Road to a Mortgagees attorney. Assessor mail process to 12 Holly Number (2) The date of filing of against it may be served. VN-07/14/2018-1TC12993. point marking the gener- Index sure and Sale entered the Articles of Organiza- SSNY shall mail copy of 190715 Hill Ln., Lake Placid, NY VN-06/23-07/28/2018al Northwest corner of 575/2011. herein and dated July process to the LLC, c/o tion with the Secretary 12946, which is also the REGINALD H. BEDELL, 26, 2017, I, the under- the premises conveyed 6TC-188767 of State was June 19, Lincoln F. Kilbourne, 51 principal business locasigned Referee will sell by deed dated March 5, ESQ., Referee Spring Street, Keeseville, Rent Lake Placid, LLC, tion. Purpose: Any law- NOTICE OF FORMATION at public auction at the 1979 and recorded in David A. Gallo & Asso- 2018 OF LIMITED LIABILITY Main Lobby of the Essex Arts of Org. filed with (3) The County in New NY 12944. Purpose: Any ful purpose. ciates LLP the Essex County Clerk's COMPANY (LLC) DG County Sec. of State of NY York in which the office lawful purpose. VN-06/30-08/04/2018Courthouse, Office on March 27, Attorney(s) for Plaintiff Builders, LLC. Articles of 7559 Court St., Eliza- 1979 in Book 680 at 99 Powerhouse Road, of the Company is locat- VN-06/16-07/21/2018(SSNY) 6/18/2018. Cty: 6TC-189377 Organization filed with Essex. SSNY desig. as ed is Essex County. 6TC-186133 bethtown, NY on August First Floor, Roslyn Page 271; RUNNING AROUND THE LAKE, the Secretary of State of 14, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. THENCE in a general agent upon whom pro(4) The Secretary of Heights, NY 11577 NOTICE OF COMPLELLC Articles of Org. filed New York (SSNY) on premises situate in Lot cess against may be State has been designatFile# 7254.7597 Southeasterly direction TION OF FINAL AS- served & shall mail proNY Sec. of State (SSNY) June 5, 2018 for busi- 7, Platt & Rogers 3100 ed as agent of the ComVN-07/14-08/04/2018555 feet to a point; SESSMENT ROLL 6/8/2018. Office in Es- ness conducted from an Acre Patent, Town of RUNNING THENCE in a 4TC-190716 cess to 62 Hillcrest Ave., pany upon which pro(Pursuant to Section sex Co. SSNY desig. office located in Essex Lake Placid, NY 12946. cess may be served, and Jay, Essex County, New general Southwesterly 516 of the Real Property agent of LLC whom pro- County, NY. The SSNY is General Purpose. the Secretary of State direction 125 feet to a York, more particularly Tax Law) cess may be served. designated as the agent VN-7/07-08/11/2018shall mail a copy of any RUNNING described as follows: point; Notice is hereby given 6TC-190077 SSNY shall mail pro- of the LLC upon whom process against the BEGINNING at a point in THENCE in a general Green.Light.House LLC Company served upon it that the Assessor of the cess to 2517 Main St., process against it may the center of the County Northwesterly direction Town of Westport, Lake Placid, NY 12946, be served. SSNY shall Highway of the County to 261 Elk Inn Road, to the point or place of Articles of Organization County of Essex, has which is also the princi- mail a copy of any pro- of Essex locally known WILDERNESS PROPERfiled with the Secretary Port Henry, NY 12974. BEGINNING. completed the Final As- TIES LLC Articles of Org. pal business location. cess to the LLC at 369 of State of NY ( SSNY) (5) The Limited Liability as "Plains Road" or "Val- Said premises known as sessment Roll for the Purpose: Any lawful pur- Coonrod Road, Wills- ley Road" which point is filed NY Sec. of State Company is formed for 140 VALLEY ROAD, JAY, on June 14, 2018. Office current year. The roll is (SSNY) 5/30/2018. Ofpose. boro, NY 12996. any lawful business purNY Approximate amount is located in Essex 190 feet Northeast of the also available for view- fice in Essex Co. SSNY VN-06/23-07/28/2018County. SSNY is desig- pose or purposes. VN-06/16-07/21/2018Northwest corner of the of lien $163,445.13 plus ing online. The original 6TC-188911 nated as Agent of the desig. agent of LLC 6TC-187996 Dennis J. Tarantino, premises conveyed by interest & costs. Final Assessment Roll is LLC upon whom pro- Esq. whom process may be Premises will be sold deed dated October 28, CAMP SUNRISE LLC Ar- SUPREME COURT filed with Essex County cess against it may be served. SSNY shall mail Kenneally & Tarantino of 1978 and recorded in subject to provisions ticles of Org. filed NY COUNTY OF ESSEX Real Property Tax Ser- process to PO Box 162, filed Judgment and served. SSNY shall mail (518) 792-6516 Sec. of State (SSNY) WILMINGTON SAVINGS the Essex County Clerk's vice and a certified copy Wilmington, NY 12997. a copy of any process to VN-07/14-08/18/2018Office on November 8, of Sale. Terms 6/11/2018. Office in Es- FUND SOCIETY, FSB, thereof has been filed in Purpose: Any lawful purthe LLC at: 105 Albee 6TC-190720 1978 in Book 672 of set aside If the sale is sex Co. SSNY desig. the Office of the Town CHRISTIANA DBA pose. 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