Editorial» County cannot afford Resource Officers
Clinton County, New York
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Space to house standing art collections
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By Shawn Ryan email@example.com PLATTSBURGH Ñ Art has a new home in Plattsburgh, and itÕ s at 30 City. The space, in the former Mountain Riders bike shop across from Trinity Park, is being financed by local business owner and Downtown Business Association President Colin Read. Read is working in conjunction with volunteers from First Weekends in Plattsburgh, and Plattsburgh Renewal Project to revamp the space, which will be opening officially June 6. It will also act as PlattsburghÕ s Downtown Community and
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Volunteer Courtney Lebow works on a mural at The Imaginarium in Plattsburgh. Volunteers spent several hours completing murals throughout the children’s museum. People are encouraged to stop by the Imaginarium as part of Museum Days and check out the new murals. The Imaginarium is on Route 9 South, across from WIRY radio. Lebow, an art student at Plattsburgh State, recently completed a mural at Hot yoga in downtown Plattsburgh. She is available for mural work at firstname.lastname@example.org. Photo by Shawn Ryan
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Fire services struggle to find new members
Local woman uses kiln to create bottle art. PAGE 3
By Shawn Ryan
Clinton County Director of Emergency Services Eric Day, left, and Deputy Fire Coordinator Rick Akey. Photo by Shawn Ryan
STYLE & SUBSTANCE
PLATTSBURGH Ñ When you call 911 at any time of the day or night, chances are good that the people showing up to help are non-paid volunteers. The North Country has a long tradition of people volunteering to help their fellow citizens, be it the volunteer fire service or EMS. But numbers are dwindling as the current responder population ages and fewer people are joining to fill their ranks. The fall off in numbers results from a combination of factors, according to Eric Day, Clinton County Director of Emergency Services, and Deputy Fire Coordinator Rick Akey. Ò I think a lot of the time, once a person gets involved itÕ s a lot more than what the person anticipated,Ó said Akey. Ò The impression is itÕ s more of a social operation than it is. ThatÕ s part of it, but itÕ s a professional operation.Ó According to Day, countywide members with between 25 and 40 years of service is the largest single group, followed by one to to five years. The group with from five to 25 years of service is the smallest group, according to the numbers. Though on its face, it would seem like a positive that the second largest demographic is the one to five year demographic,
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Champlain Valley Senior Community turns one
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WILLSBORO Ñ ItÕ s been a year since a Lake Placid-based entrepreneur with a dream in his pocket cut the ribbon and officially transformed a shuttered schoolhouse into a place of silver renewal. Ò WeÕ re breaking the mold in senior housing,Ó said Eli Schwartzberg, the Oxford grad behind the Champlain Valley Senior Community. Ò This is proof that aging can be paired with dignity.Ó On the banks of the bubbling Boquet River on a recent afternoon, the neoclassical building that served three generations of area schoolchildren was alive with residents shuffling the hallways as sunny jazz tinkled in the background. As Schwartzberg ushered a reporter through the facility and explained the yearslong renovation process Ñ hallways were widened, walls replaced, floors remodeled, an ice cream parlor and wine bar were installed Staff and residents gather for a group photograph at the Champlain Valley Senior ComÑ a sense of purposeful enthusiasm hung in munity in downtown Willsboro. The assisted living and memory care center will celebrate the air, like at an Eisenhower-era factory. its first birthday on Thursday, June 12 with a full slate of events, including workshops and The elevator dinged and an elderly man seminars, live music and entertainment, drinks and BBQ. For the full schedule, which also with blue suspenders stopped in mid-shuffle includes a historical tour and open house on Tuesday, June 10 and Wednesday, June 11, visit champlainassistedliving.com. and beamed: Photo by Pete DeMola Ò ItÕ s so good to see you, Eli. I canÕ t tell you enough how much I love being here.Ó for those in the late stages of dementia, said Schwartzberg. Carman Santor was in a great mood. “The community and quality of care have had a significant Ò ItÕ s just wonderful,Ó he said. Ò Let me know what I can do to impact on families throughout the North Country,Ó he said in spread the word.Ó between a volley of how-ya-doins, hellos and good-to-see-yous Three residents, including a woman who only identified herto each resident. self as Norma, actually attended what was once known as WillsÒ It is not uncommon for a caregiver to walk in and start crying boro Central School. when they see that there is a solution and a beautiful community Class of 1940, she said. Or maybe it was Ô 39. in the Adirondacks that can take care of their loved ones needs.Ó Ò I donÕ t remember much,Ó The facility, which employs four nurses and 30 others who she said from her tidy apartprovide round-the-clock care, will celebrate their first anniverment, which was once a classsary on Thursday, June 12. room. “Just the principal’s ofGuest speakers include Linda Manzo, the ADK Program Manfice.” ager for the AlzheimerÕ s Association of Northeastern New York, Ò But you probably didnÕ t and Patty Bashaw, Director of the Essex County Office of the Agget sent there often,Ó laughed ing. Schwartzberg. Ò As the population grows older, weÕ re seeing cases of demenÒ No, I did not,Ó she said. tia more often,Ó said Bashaw. Ò It takes a tremendous toll on careNot too far from NormaÕ s givers.Ó flat was the facility’s Memory Ò I am really proud of our staff and I can honestly say that after Wing. a year, every one of our staff works here because they care about Each aspect, from the doors other people,Ó said Schwartzberg. Ò This is a place that people on hair-trigger alarms to the choose to live to enhance the quality of their golden years, not a circular hallways engineered to place that people are forced to live.Ó diffuse tension, was designed
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Environmental stewardship conversation planned Held at Plattsburgh’s UU Fellowship By Teah Dowling
firstname.lastname@example.org PLATTSBURGH Ñ The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Plattsburgh will be hosting a community conversation about environmental stewardship June 13 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The conversation will be an open discussion about the role the community plays as users and caretakers of natural resources, which will be facilitated by Kris Lutters, a member of the UU Fellowship. According to the councils website, Ò New Yorkers were early and passionate stewards of the environment. Over the last two centuries, we have harnessed the power of Niagara Falls, built the Erie Canal and decreed the Adirondack forests remain Ô forever wild.Õ
Ò Today, the environment sustains us economically by providing energy and raw materials and renews us by offering spaces to gather, play and reflect. As we look to the future, New Yorkers continue to grapple with finding a responsible balance between using and protecting our natural resources.Ó Ò We have a lot of natural resources in our area, and our land and water resources are very important,Ó said Mary Dufort, member of the UU Fellowship. The forum, which is part of the New York Council for the HumanitiesÕ Community Conversation series, will open with a short excerpt from Gifford PinchotÕ s essay Ò The Fight for Conservation,” a piece from 1908 that discussed the issues in the uses of natural resources. From his work, Pinchot states that Ò the conservation issue is a moral issue, and the heart of it is: For whose benefit shall our natural resources be conserved-for the benefit of us all, or for the use and profit of a few?”
Dufort said Ò nobody paid any attention back then,Ó and people werenÕ t aware of the issues of the uses of natural resources could bring to future generations. Ò There are situations where people are not conserving for our future generations,Ó Dufort said. Ò ItÕ s dangerous.Ó Once the excerpt of Pinchot’s work is finished, a small discussion will take place in regards to what Pinchot had stated in his essay, asking questions such as whether one agrees with what his definition of conservation is and what the meaning was behind his essay. When the discussion by Pinchot is finished, the forum will lead into the ending question which is, Ò How can we help our community be environmental stewards?” Ò We need to preserve whatÕ s best in our land for the future,Ó Dufort said. Ò Although we canÕ t reserve everything, we shouldnÕ t waste or overdue it.Ó If anyone would like to know more about this event, contact the UU Fellowship at 518-561-6920 or UUFPoffice@gmail.com.
of art such as photography, paintings, knits, prints, ceramics and more. Paugh said walk-ins are accepted as long as artists get there by 4 p.m. to set up. Ò I didnÕ t want this to be a craft fair where everybody was limited to a 10x10 table or space,Ó Paugh said. Ò I want artists to be comfortable and display anything they want.Ó Farms such as the North Country Creamery and Fledging Crow from Keeseville will provide farm education and crafts. Kim Le Claire and Jeff Cochran, Jordan Rae Paul and Goodrich, Willsboro Library Jam Band and Cariffe will be performing with face painting, kid activities and a 50/50 raffle also taking place. Food will be provided by Mace Chasm Farms, a local farm in Keeseville, NY serving food right off the farm with various refreshments such as organic soda. Paugh said she doesnÕ t know exactly where the proceeds are going to go, but she knows Ò the money will go to something good.Ó Once the art vending stops at 8:30 p.m., the firing of the 500+ glass bottle kiln, created by Paugh will begin.
Paugh, a SUNY Plattsburgh alumna with a degree in studio art with a concentration in ceramics, got the idea to create her kiln after a paper she wrote on Italian artist Karin Putsch-Grassi, a ceramic artist from the Tuscan countryside, for a contemporary art class at SUNY Plattsburgh. Paugh created her first wine bottle kiln a year and a half ago in November. She showed it to her friends in a small demonstration to 10 people in her backyard. Once people heard about the kiln, they wanted to see it. So, Paugh decided to create a second one for this event. “I’m interested to see how it’s going to finish this time, she said. Ò IÕ m planning to go a little bit bigger.Ó For the event, people should bring chairs and dress appropriately for the weather. The event is free and open to the pubic. If anyone would like more information, visit the Facebook page “Local Art Experience” or contact Paugh at paugh.meaghan@ yahoo.com. “It’s going to happen rain or shine, and I’m definitely happy that I did it,Ó Paugh said. Ò IÕ m probably going to do it again.Ó
Glass bottle kiln art exhibit to be held in Port Kent By Teah Dowling
email@example.com PORT KENT Ñ Firing to over 2,000 degrees, Meaghan PaughÕ s 500 plus glass bottle kiln will light up the night sky once again at Local Art Experience this weekend. Local Art Experience will take place in the Watson Memorial Park in Port Kent June 7 from 5 to 11 p.m. Ò My main objective is to show people what is going on locally and all the amazing things that are happing,Ó said Paugh, who created the event. According to the Local Art Experience Facebook page, this event Ò is going to be a beautiful evening focused solely around the celebration of arts in our community. Fusing farming education with ‘support local’ ideals will create an original fun filled family orientated night of arts and music.Ó From 5 to 8 p.m., local artists Jessica Bola, Woody Davinson, Shannon Goodrich, Kayley Berezney, Janetta Whittington, Meghan McBreairty and Shane Cariffe will display or sell pieces
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Resource officers: A price the Why would anyone want these jobs? county and schools can’t afford
ssex County Sheriff Richard Cutting is making the push yet again to re-visit the notion of deputies patrolling the halls of area schools with the designation ‘resource officer.’ Following a slew of tragic incidents of school violence Ñ from Sandy Hook to Alton, IL Ñ many districts and municipalities have been quick to make the emotional decision to place full-time law enforcement personnel in the hallways of their buildings. While Essex County schools have been fortunate thus far, we are not blind enough to think that a tragedy is impossible in our own backyard. However, is a $72,000 county or district-funded price tag the answer to maintaining a safe educational environments for our youth? In our opinion, the answer is no. The Essex County Board of Supervisors Ways and Means Committee voted 1458 to 1463 in a weighted vote this week to allow Sheriff Cutting to apply for a Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) grant that would pay up to 75 percent of the salary and benefits for four new resource officers for area schools. The remaining 25 percent of the funding would ultimately be the responsibility of the county. At a time when the county board has struggled to put a lid on spending, how can an unallocated $72,000 be a feasible request? In our opinion, it simply is not. And, what happens to the four new deputies once the COPS grant funding dries up, as it inevitably will? Will the entire cost of the four deputies then have to be born by county taxpayers? We canÕ t see county lawmakers laying anyone off. From 1999 to 2003, resource officers patrolled the halls of schools in Ticonderoga, Moriah, Keene, Crown Point, Schroon Lake, Minerva, Newcomb, Westport and Willsboro. CuttingÕ s request comes with scant statistical information from the past justifying the need for these officers. It is our opinion that if resource officers are seen as a must-have by the school districts, it should be a district-by-district decision and it should be paid for from their own monetary resources. With district budgets barely passing in some places it seems like a reach, a far reach. The argument can be made that with a 13-deputy department, there is no reason deputies or even State Troopers canÕ t make stops into these districts as part of their regular routine and work day, without the need for more officers, more hours and more funding. The schools in our communities have maintained a manageable level of safety in coordinating with local law enforcement about safe practices. In Ticonderoga, a multi-unit drill was conducted earlier in the year to educate law enforcement, first responders, teachers and students alike to respond to internal and external threats. Efforts like those listed above would be beneficial to all districts throughout the county, but asking schools or taxpayers to pick up a sizable tab is not. Student and child safety is always at the forefront of conversation when tragedies like the one in Sandy Hook occur but we can not simply continue to write checks that we have a hard time cashing. While a sum of this amount may seem like a small price to pay to deter possible criminal acts, the story will be exceedingly different in the years to come when budgetary constraints become increasingly more dire. Schools have already implemented a number of safety precautions, including zero tolerance policies, locking doors and taking any and all threats in a more serious manner. The coordination with local law enforcement already serves as a deterrent to crime Ñ a full-time, taxpayer funded bouncer is simply not a safety net we can afford. Ñ Denton Publications Editorial Board
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s much as we all many other lists, stealthy projects complain about or transparent orders are being them, I have to undertaken by our government, wonder why in the world anyon our behalf in the name of govone would want a high profile erning. I fear we will never know government job. until itÕ s too late. Oh sure, there are a lot of Who among us can question perks; the payÕ s not bad, benanything undertaken by the govnies are great but so are the ernment these days? The media headaches, especially when has turned a blind eye and if they Dan Alexander things go bad. do speak out they are minimized Thoughts from With last weekÕ s resignation and ostracized, accused of havBehind the Pressline of press secretary Jay Carney ing an evil agenda or called unand Veterans Administration American or worst of all a racist. secretary Eric Shinseki, we really have no idea A term that we find used more frequently what goes on behind the scenes. Are these just these days to quiet dissention. Another meththe fall guys who get the blame for things be- od used to distract and confuse if the issue yond their control and are told when to fall does raise the mediaÕ s attention is to acknowlon their swords or do they just reach a point edge the problem, condemn its practice, claim where they just canÕ t take it anymore and just that you were unaware, and promise to get plain quit? to the root of the problem. Then once the meIÕ m not sure we really ever get the real dia and the public have moved on to another behind-the-scenes story of what the conversa- point of interest, the outrage blows over but tions were and just how the spin was present- little is resolved. ed for public consumption. Remember, these ItÕ s really sad to be so cynical in this era of high level Washington professionals have tak- information and enlightenment. The process en political and media spin to an all new level. of governing and legal interpretation has creThey are so skilled at spinning, my guess is ated an environment of mistrust and misuse they can spin basketballs on all 10 toes, 10 fin- of power and authority to the point that we gers and one on the top of their head simul- just donÕ t know who we can trust or who to taneously. These folks are that good when it believe. When in doubt you no longer listen comes to spinning. to the spin and the only recourse is to demand At times you just have to wonder what accountability or be silent and give up, like so their definition of T-R-A-N-S-P-A-R-E-N-C-Y many of our veterans who gave up complainreally is. To us it means things like Ò in clear ing and died silently. viewÓ and Ò easily understood.Ó To our govGovernment shouldnÕ t be this way, but ernment elected officials and political opera- power and money can change even the best tives I fear it means Ò whatever sounds believ- of us, which is why they shouldnÕ t be given ableÓ and Ò if they canÕ t see it, itÕ s because it is so much money or power. Citizen legislators too transparent.Ó In other words, they have and even civil servants should have roots in become so good at stealth and transparency it the private sector and return there when their has become invisible to the American public. service is completed. These services should What we canÕ t see, know or understand be regulated with limits Ð the same types of we canÕ t address, and if it canÕ t be seen or ad- limits our government places on private endressed then everyone in government gets to terprise when they fear itÕ s getting too big and be left alone to get back to business as usual. monopolistic. Government understands reguMuch like our forgotten veterans left on an in- latory controls. I wonder how they would feel visible waiting list that didnÕ t exist. The vets if they were regulated? couldnÕ t complain about a list they werenÕ t on Dan Alexander is publisher and CEO of Denton Publibecause the list didnÕ t exist. Who knows how cations. He may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Style & Substance: On seeking wellness in your life Dear style & substance, I have been really trying to Ò be wellÓ for the past six months, but seem to be foiled regularly. What is your best way to achieve wellness?
You are the norm; seeking wellness, feeling foiled, and starting over. However, how YOU view wellness may be the key to actually achieving your own personal success. We think of wellness as an overall feeling of satisfaction, good health and contentment. It does not mean that you are free from the strife of life, but that you manage it as it comes along, with less clinging, more coping, and moving through the problems rather than dwelling on them. Two different models that we often suggest are paying attention to the different aspects that make an individual feel balanced: the models are what we simply call The Internal and The External. Eventually both aspects will merge into one, but deconstructing both will allow you to explore your strengths and define areas for improvement. Your exploration within these models will help you in developing your own personalized plan, based on these classifications. For the Internal Model; your whole self can be visualized in quadrants; physical body, intellectual body, spiritual body, and emotional body. Each of these components can be addressed though your internal thoughts, interpretations, and attitudes and external manifestations of your actions. Ò Feed, nourish or waterÓ each por-
tion daily. Ask 3 people how they would feed their physical body and you will get 3 different answersÉ .so, this is your call. Our example would be the physical body requires movement, healthy food and water. The intellectual body hungers for new ideas and stimulating conversation. The spiritual body longs for Ò down timeÓ , silence, gratitude, meditation or prayer. The emotional body desires connection, friendship, love and caring. The External Model focuses more on the outward and tangible. As Martha Graham once said, Ò the body never lies.Ó Evaluate your physical self: How you look, your energy level and how you move, are just a few indicators of your overall health. Create a checklist to help you customize a manageable and realistic plan of action. One of the surest ways to derail your progress is to focus solely on your weight. Your “fighting weight” does not equate thinness; your ideal weight is a reflection of healthful
40 Days for Life To the North Countryman: As Campaign Director and Outreach Coordinator for 40 Days for Life: Plattsburgh, we would like to thank the prayer volunteers who have prayed for the end of abortion during the Spring 40 Days for Life Campaign located at Planned Parenthood of the North Country, NY. Your prayerful presence makes a difference! Many women reject abortion because of the sidewalk counselors who provide information about positive options. After talking with the counselors, many women no longer feel afraid or pressured to abort. We believe the prayers of everyone united help give these woman the courage they need to say yes to life. Just this spring, 728 babies have been spared from abortion and their mothers spared from a lifetime of regret and loss. Women in crisis pregnancies have a right to bring their child into the world by accessing life saving resources in our area: Plattsburgh Pregnancy Center, Birthright, Gabriel Project, Catholic Charities and Care Net. Abortion after care programs are also available in the area: Project Rachel, RachelÕ s Vineyard and Silent No More Awareness. There is help available, you are not alone. We look forward to leading the Fall 40 Days for Life Campaign. Please check back for more information: 40daysforlife. com/plattsburgh Nancy Belzile, Willsboro Nancy Monette, Plattsburgh
Nonprofits play a large role To the North Countryman: The Adirondack region’s nonprofit organizations deliver services that help make this region the vibrant place that it is, and they play a critical role in supporting a healthy, diverse economy. For most of our history, Adirondack Foundation has been holding seminars to help our nonprofits strengthen leadership, seize opportunities, and overcome the many challenges they
Benefit concert in Peru PERU — An Evening with Towne Meeting: A Benefit Concert for the North Country Mission of Hope. Sunday, June 8, 2014, St. Augustine’s Church, Peru, NY 7:00 PM Towne Meeting is a 5-member band with powerful vocal harmonies. Their musical roots are in folk but the band branches out into many other genres, from acoustic rock to country. Formed in Plattsburgh, NY, in 2006, the band has gained a following throughout northern New York, as well as the capital region and northern Vermont. Contact Info: (518) 563-1036 or www.townemeeting.com or www.ncmissionofhope.org Sponsored by: North Country Mission of Hope
Museum grand opening PLATTSBURGH Ñ Plattsburgh Air Force Base Museum, the Battle of Plattsburgh AssociationÕ s newest venture, will honor the memory of the forty year presence of the U.S. Air Force in the North Country. Doors will be opening at 10 a.m. with a grand opening ceremony commencing at 11 a.m. June 7. Special guests include Mr. John Stone, co-author of “A History of the 556th Strategic Missile Squadron-The Atlas F ICBM, A Cold War Nuclear Deterrent” by the 556th SMS Association Members and John Stone with Jeff Stephens. The other presenter will be Mr. Keith Herkalo, President of the Battle of Plattsburgh Association. Color Guard services will be provided by the James P. O’ Connor Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol, the U.S. Air Force Auxiliary. Join us on 31 Washington Road in Plattsburgh, NY. For more information, please call Dave Deno at the Battle of
eating, exercise, and emotional equilibrium. So often in our culture we idealize a figure that is not necessarily the right body type for everyone. You decide where you feel best and have the most energy. That is your “fighting weightÓ , which
is maintainable and healthy. Think of the development of your wellness plan like a Ò buffetÓ or Ò a la carte systemÓ , which gives you the power to create a plan that works for you! Having a visual of what YOUR balanced body looks like helps in your quest. Some suggested visuals; standing firm and perfectly balanced in Ò mountain poseÓ or the thought of the Ò Libra scaleÓ in perfect symmetry. Once you choose this visual for your well being, post it in a place that will serve as a gentle and daily reminder of your work toward wellness. Your daily audit or plan should include: contact with nature, work/earning a living, time with family and friends, recreation/having fun, diet/exercise, meditation/prayer, being cre-
face. On May 9, Adirondack Foundation and the Essex Community Fund teamed up to host a seminar, “Nonprofit Marketing on a Tight Budget & Building a Board That Works,Ó at the Whallonsburg Grange Hall. Led by Andy Robinson, a nationally-recognized nonprofit trainer, the seminarÕ s 40-plus participants received valuable marketing advice and learned how to build a more productive and engaged board. Adirondack Foundation thanks the nonprofit organizations that attended the seminar—your participation reinforces our belief that nonprofits across the region benefit from this type of capacity building. Special thanks go to our co-host, the Essex Community Fund; our friends at the Whallonsburg Grange Hall, who provided a perfect setting; and Susan Smith of Flying Pancakes Catering. We also thank the volunteer board members who participated—you help give our nonprofits structure, identify and momentum, and your contribution is, in many ways, priceless. For more information about nonprofit and community services at Adirondack Foundation, please visit www.generousact.org. Cali Brooks, Executive Director, Adirondack Foundation
To the North Countryman: Clarity is needed regarding ElizabethtownÕ s sidewalk situation. That and truth. A town Ò balance sheetÒ is simply a monthly snapshot of a particular fund, such as the General Fund or Highway Fund. The Sidewalk District balance sheet is comprised of assets, liabilities, and equity, which is cash, debt, and fund balance. Ex-Supervisor Bartley said the Sidewalk balance sheet showed $47,000 in early 2014 and declared it sufficient for projects. However, the current years maintenance costs must be paid from this fund. ThatÕ s plowing, sanding, salt, fuel, employees (pay & taxes ), perhaps equipment, and any unforeseen expense. It’s difficult to know how much will be needed, or how much will be left. Bartley stated the highway dept. was too busy during 20122013 to do sidewalk replacement, but they donÕ t do that type of work. ItÕ s contracted out to private companies via a bidding process and itÔ s the responsibility of the Supervisor and the Board, not the highway dept. Plattsburgh Association at 518-566-1814 or 518-324-7232 or by email at email@example.com.
The Sinatra Show PLATTSBURGH — “The Sinatra Show” with the Joey Thomas Big Band will happen June 8 at 3 p.m. at the Strand Theatre in Plattsburgh, NY. This special performance, in remembrance of Ò OlÕ Blue Eyes,Ó brings tunes from Frank SinatraÕ s career! In addition to re-interpreting Sinatra’s work, The Joey Thomas Big Band also will perform original arrangements as recorded by Frank Sinatra with Harry James, Tommy Dorsey, Count Basie and Woody Herman Orchestras. Tickets cost $20 general admission and $15 for members. People can purchase their ticket online at www.plattsburgharts.org.
Civil War re-enactor at kent-Delord KEESEVILLE Ñ Meet a Civil War Sutler at the Kent-Delord House Museum Days is June 7-8. This is where all the local museums in the region are free and open to the public. This year, a costumed interpreter will be on the grounds of the Kent-Delord House Museum. John Peterson portrays a Civil War sutler who goes by the name Saul Goode. During the Civil War regiments in the Union Army were authorized to contract a sutler to be sort of a store in camp when the soldiers were not on the march. Among the things the sutler would sell would be needles and thread, writing paper and envelopes, candles and soap, and tasty things to eat like cheese, crackers and sardines. Typically soldiers paid on credit against their next pay.
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Bartley states that the Sidewalk tax for 2013 was $19,980, but the tax warrant shows it was $20,850. The $19,980 is the appropriation ( budget amount ) for 2014. She then reduced the 2014 tax to $2,980, to pay for a $19,980 appropriation. Bartley claims the town board decided this, but I donÕ t recall any such discussion. Sidewalk replacement is expensive and borrowing for it will make it more expensive, so the taxpayer cost is now higher. Reducing the Sidewalk tax by 86 percent and therefore depleting fund balance by $17,870 was a mistake. A mistake the new board must now deal with. Unfortunately thereÕ s worse. For example, the illegal swap of a town road, which became BartleyÕ s private driveway, on Dec. 27, 2013, in a 9:30 AM meeting. It violated NYS Conflict of Interest Law. Ken Fenimore, Elizabethtown
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John Peterson has been a high school history teacher in Rutland, Vermont for twenty-eight years. He has been reenacting various characters from American history since the 1970s and developed the character of Saul Goode four years ago. Come to the house from 10-4 and have a fun interaction with Mr. Goode and be sure to enter the house and see the exhibits.
Underground railroad bus tour KEESEVILLE Ñ A Mini-bus Tour of underground railroad sites in Keeseville and Peru will take place June 7, 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. Spend the morning hearing the stories and learning about the men and women who traveled on the underground railroad and those who provided safe passage to fugitives from slavery. Tour leaders are members of the North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association. The two-hour tour leaves the North Star Underground Railroad Museum, 1131 Mace Chasm Road, Ausable Chasm, NY, at 9:30 sharp. $10 per person. Reservations suggested. Include a visit to the Museum following the tour. Call 518-834-5180 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lego Movie at library PLATTSBURGH Ñ The Plattsburgh Public Library will be hosting a free showing of The Lego Movie on Thursday June 19 at 5:30 PM and Saturday June 21st at 2:30 PM. This movie is rated PG.
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Junior docents program encourages young historians By Shawn Ryan
email@example.com CHAMPLAIN Ñ This region is alive with history, if you know where to look. Historian Jan McCormick is trying to bring this history out of the box, and make it accessible to as many people as possible, especially children. SheÕ s putting her love for history into a project called History out of the Box, which brings everything from hands-on weaving demonstrations, to archeology and history themed birthday parties, to interested organizations, schools, and whoever would like to learn more about history hands-on. She also offers an actual archeology dig at a 1814 homestead on her property. Ò History is taught today the way it always has been. I want to teach the real history,Ó she says. Ò How people actually lived; whatÕ s the story behind the story.Ó McCormick has a MasterÕ s in Public History, and has worked in museums from Deadwood South Dakota to Clinton County. She pursued grants for her projects to bring her love of history to life, but found that she didnÕ t qualify if she wasn’t affiliated with a museum or historical society. Ò I want to instill the love of history, but I still need to pay my bills,Ó she says. She conceived of the idea of a history program that can come to you, or can provide
camps to children to come to for hands-on history learning. With ideas like open-hearth cooking, historic candle dipping, maps and mapping, garbology demonstrations, and history treasure hunts, the history is as alive as your imagination is willing to make it. More than just teaching history, McCormick is intent on helping to bring out young historians. She has paired with the Clinton County Historical Association for a junior docents program, to teach a new generation the love for museums that she has. She has been doing junior docents since her days in Deadwood, and finds the program rewarding for both parents and children as well. Ò Quite often some of the parents got involved as well working as docents with their children, and helping out at programs and events as well,Ó she said. Ò Having young people help out on tours, programs and events bring the museums to life. Audiences and visitors enjoy having a full picture of life in the past that includes the roll of the children.Ó The junior docents assist with events, help with tours, do role playing in costume, even help with parking cars at the museum. The children, she says, end up taking ownership of the museum they are helping out at, and it helps strengthen their love of history. She has worked with junior docents from the age of six up to 17. More information on McCormickÕ s programs can be found at www.historyoutofthebox.org.
Jan McCormick prepares children for a history-themed event. McCormick’s History out of the Box project aims to bring history to children in a more presentable form than how it has classically been taught. Photo provided
2-year-old child found in Chazy home containing meth lab By Shawn Ryan
firstname.lastname@example.org CHAZY Ñ Chazy based Troopers got more than they bargained for when they responded to a domestic dispute May 30. At about 5:30 p.m., troopers were called to a domestic dispute at 276 Ridge Road in the town of Chazy. When they responded to the residence, along with the reported combatants, they discovered numerous precursor materials used in the manufacture of methamphetamine. Further investigation revealed that the two occupants of the residence, 28-year-old Ashley M. Castine and 30-year-old Richard J. Welch were actively cooking the drug at the time.
Castine and Welch, however, were not the only people present in the red and white two story hovel while the potentially deadly drug was being produced. The suspectsÕ 2-year-old child, who was not identified by police, was also present. Castine and Welch were arrested and charged with unlawfully manufacturing methamphetamine third degree, a class D felony, endangering the welfare of a child and possession of a hypodermic instrument. Both were arraigned in the Chazy town court and were sent to the Clinton County Jail in lieu of $10,000 cash bail, or $20,000 bond. Their reappearance date is scheduled for June 10 at 5:30 p.m. The investigation is ongoing, and Troopers said more charges
are pending. Troopers did not indicate who took possession of the 2-year-old child.
Cadyville Fireman’s Field Day CADYVILLE Ñ The 49th annual Cadyville FiremanÕ s Field Day will officially kick off the field day season on Sunday, June 8 at the Cadyville church grounds on Church Street. The parade down Route 3 steps off at 12 p.m. sharp, rain or shine. Entertainment will include The Bootleg band, and D.J. Tunes of Time. Enjoy hot dogs, hamburgers, french fries, sausage, clams, clam chowder and legal beverages.
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SARANAC LAKE — Painting exhibit. Adk Artists Guild. 5-7 p.m. PLATTSBURGH — East Bound Jesus perform at 10 p.m. Monopole, 7 Protection Ave. Call 518-563-2222 for food and drink specials. PLATTSBURGH — Big Slyde performs at 7:30 p.m. Palmer Street Coffeehouse. $10. SARANAC LAKE — Art by Italo Clemente: “The Media and Moods 1930-2010.” Bluseed Studio. 5-7 p.m. Free.
Saturday, June 7
MOOERS — Twentieth annual Mooers town-wide yard sale. Town maps avaiilable at fire station. For more Information, call 518-236-7246. PLATTSBURGH — Blind Owl Band perform at 10 p.m. Monopole, 7 Protection Ave. Call 518-563-2222 for food and drink specials. ESSEX — Barn dance. Black Kettle Farm. 5:30 p.m. $10 per person. $30 for family of four. 963.7385. SARANAC LAKE — Intro to Naml-On© enameling one-day workshop. Noon. $75.00 plus $56.00 for introductory Naml-On© kit. 518-891-3799. PORT KENT — Local art experience. Free. 5-11 p.m. Watson Square Park, Sable St.
Sunday, June 8
SARANAC LAKE — Intro to Naml-On© enameling one-day workshop. Noon. $75.00 plus $56.00 for introductory Naml-On© kit. 518-891-3799.
Wednesday, June 11
PLATTSBURGH — Open mike at 10 p.m. Monopole, 7 Protection Ave. Call 518563-2222 for food and drink specials.
Thursday, June 12
SARANAC LAKE — The Lucky Jukebox Brigade perform. The Waterhole. 6 p.m. PERU — Gilbert & Garrow Experiment perform. Livingoods Restaurant & Brewery. 6 p.m.
Friday, June 13
PLATTSBURGH — Formula 5 perform at 10 p.m. Monopole, 7 Protection Ave. Call 518-563-2222 for food and drink specials. LAKE PLACID — Out of Darkness Walk Kick Off Event. 6:30 p.m. Beach House. 518-791-1544.
Saturday, June 14
LAKE PLACID — Story time. 10 a.m. Bookstore Plus. 518-523-2950. PLATTSBURGH — The Edd perform at 10 p.m. Monopole, 7 Protection Ave. Call 518-563-2222 for food and drink specials. CHAMPLAIN — The Northern Lights Square Dance club is having a ‘ Pie Night. ‘ dance 7:30 p.m. Northeastern Clinton County School, 103 Route 276. 518 236 6919. NEWCOMB — Northern New York Aubudon Bird Walk. 9 a.m. 518-582-2000.
Sunday, June 15
WADHAMS — Boquet River Duck Derby. $5. 3 p.m.
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that is also the group with the highest turnover. Many of the people who join, Day says, do not stay through the five years. Ò WeÕ re just barely covering attrition.Ó Some departments, he says, have gone to Explorer Troops or Junior Fire Fighter programs, to attract younger members who might become full-fledged members when they are old enough. The programs, he says, have become quite successful in the departments using them. “We have realized quite a few fire fighters from that program,” says Akey. “In Dannemora alone we have eight who were Explorers. One is now a Captain and one is a Lieutenant.Ó Another idea Day has toyed with is the possibility of marketing the volunteer service to former service members. With the countryÕ s decade long wars winding down, and a massive downsizing of the armed forces on the horizon, the emergency services might offer former military personnel the same type of feeling of duty and service that they enjoyed in the military. And, he says, the fire and EMS services still adhere to a para-military framework attractive to many who have previously served. But, Day cautions, they still will have to compete with the same issues of family, work and leisure time that are proving a hurdle in their recruiting efforts. Though volunteers, the fire and EMS services are more highly trained and specialized, and have more specialized equipment, than ever before. With this specialization comes a commitment for more and more time. Especially troubling is finding volunteers who can respond to a call during the day, when most people are at work. Ò Society puts an awful demand on our services, and getting the staff, and the trained staff to do it, is sometimes hard,Ó said Day. Day recommends that anyone thinking of pursuing the fire or EMS services, regardless of their age, stop by a Monday night meeting at their local fire station, or contact a member they may know.
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Visitor Center. Ò This row is turning out to be a really cool row of shops,Ó he said about the downtown block that houses 30 City and several local businesses. Along with offering information on events and the history surrounding Plattsburgh, the new space will act as a standing art gallery, displaying art from SUNY Plattsburgh. Read hopes that it will act as an anchor for First Weekend art walks, and also as a gathering place for other not-for-profits in the area. It will feature Wi-Fi which will be available both in the space and on the adjoining sidewalk. Ò The opportunity was ripe to get it (the space), but if we waited for a bunch of non-profits to organize as 501c3s, it would have been rented to someone else,Ó Read said. Starting on the evening of June 6, 30 City will welcome community members, families and visitors with an art opening presented by two graduating seniors from SUNY PlattsburghÕ s Art Department. Ò WeÕ re ecstatic at the opportunity weÕ re giving our young artists in presenting their work so close to their graduation date,Ó says Norm Taber, Chair of the SUNY Art Department. Ò These two artists have worked hard at their craft and weÕ re all
excited to showcase their efforts as well as the partnerships that have been created with the groups in Downtown PlattsburghÓ . Artists Jocelyn Jabaut, BFA & Leah Junquera, BFA are graduates from SUNY Plattsburgh and are looking forward to showcasing their art in the community. Jabaut, a Plattsburgh resident, concentrated in painting with a complement in print making. Her focus creates abstracted landscape paintings using oil paint on panel. Print making techniques include intaglio, relief, and woodblock monotypes. Ò In searching for a rhythm that stuns me, I look to the landscape,” Jabaut says. “I revisit places that invite memories and emotions to be recalled. In translating that which inspires, initially I borrow hues from the natural world.Ó Leah Junquera adds, “My work is a tribute to the past, these memories and moments dance around what has been forgotten and left behind. The structural references in my work relate to the strong figures who have raised me.” Junquera received her Bachelors of Fine Arts Plattsburgh State University this spring with a concentration in painting and sculpture. Junquera hails from Northville and has exhibited all over New YorkState. 30 City, Downtown PlattsburghÕ s new Community and Visitor Center will welcome visitors of all ages on Friday, June 6th from 730pm - 9pm.
Tuesday, June 17
LAKE PLACID — Social Media & Tourism Workshop. ake Placid Beach House. 8 a.m. Free.
Wednesday, June 18
PLATTSBURGH — Open mike at 10 p.m. Monopole, 7 Protection Ave. Call 518563-2222 for food and drink specials.
Thursday, June 19
PERU — Dollar Past Sunset perform. Livingoods Restaurant & Brewery. 6 p.m.
Friday, June 20
PLATTSBURGH — Funk Wagon perform at 10 p.m. Monopole, 7 Protection Ave. Call 518-563-2222 for food and drink specials.
Saturday, June 21
PLATTSBURGH — Universal Transit perform at 10 p.m. Monopole, 7 Protection Ave. Call 518-563-2222 for food and drink specials.
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10 Harkness Road , Peru, NY 6/6 & 6/7 8am-4pm Huge Garage Sale. Stoves, desks, cradle, houshold items, collectibles & tools. Keeseville – 704 Route 9. Sat, June 7, 9am-4p. Woodworking tools, household items, fooseball table, a little bit of everything. AUCTIONS Buy or sell at AARauctions.com. Contents of homes, businesses, vehicles and real estate. Bid NOW! AARauctions.com Lights, Camera, Auction. No longer the best kept secret. SULLIVAN COUNTY REAL PROPERTY TAX FORECLOSURE AUCTION: 300+/- Properties June 11+12 @ 10AM. Held at The Sullivan, Route 17 Exit 109. 800-2430061 AAR, Inc. & HAR, Inc. Free brochure: www.NYSAuctions.com COMMUNITY SALE
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GRANTOR Jaques, Pilani Cook, Jeffrey & Joanne Gallo, R & J Brox, Barry Sayles, Cheryl Bulduc, Jeannot O’Brian, Daniel LBA Forest Stewardship Init.; Lowell, Blake & Ass. Seymour, E; Amis, D et al Bazydlo, Raymond J Neissen, Ronald & Margaret Malbon, David & Maria Williams, Eric & Laurie RBS Citizens NA Kelly, Patricia L
GRANTEE Kostoss, Holly Bogart, K & King, Casey Smith, Richard & White, R Brox, B, B & C Ormsby, Timothy & Ann Bean, Patricia Horizny, Linda Bar MH Timber & US Bank Trust of America Fadden, J & M Jeffers, Dale Herre, S; Holtham, C et al Barcomb, William & Donna Deso, Andrew Lawliss, Justin McGrew, Jennifer J Knaff
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ALTONA Holy Angels Church - Main Street, Altona. Mass - 7:30 p.m. Saturday; 10:30 a.m. Sunday CADYVILLE St. James’ Church 26 Church Rd., Cadyville. 293-7026. Saturday Vigil: 4:00 p.m., Sunday Masses: 8 a.m. & 10 a.m., Daily Mass Mon.-Fri.: CHAMPLAIN Living Water Baptist Church 9 Locust St., corner of Main and Locust, Champlain. Sunday School at 9 a.m. Service at 10 a.m. Thursday Bible Study at 7 p.m. includes activities for children. Phone: 298-4358 Three Steeples United Methodist Church - 491 Route 11, Champlain. 298-8655 or 298-5522. Sunday morning worship 9:30 a.m. Sunday School at same time (Sept. thru June). Steve Loan, Pastor. steeples3@ primelink1.net
St. Mary’s Catholic Church - Church Street, Champlain. Anticipated Mass: Saturday 5:30 p.m., Sunday Mass: 8 a.m. Weekday Masses: Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. Christ & St. John’s Episcopal/ Anglican Church - 18 Butternut Street, Champlain. (518) 298-8543. Sunday Mass at 9:30 a.m. Patricia A. Beauharnois, Deacon Vicar CHAZY Sacred Heart Church - Box 549, Chazy 12921. (518) 846-7650. Sunday Mass (Ant) 6 p.m., Sun. 8 a.m. Chazy Presbyterian Church - 620 Miner Farm Rd., Chazy. 846-7349 Worship and Sunday School will begin at 11 a.m. Email: chazypres@ westelcom.com DANNEMORA Dannemore United Methodist Church - 86 Clark Street, PO Box 488, Dannemora, NY. Pastors Wendy and Gary Rhodehamel.
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MOOERS St. Joseph’s Catholic Church Maple Street, Mooers. 236-7142. Anticipated Saturday Mass, 5:30 p.m. Sunday Mass, 10 a.m. Reconciliation announced special Saturday mornings 10 a.m. & by request. Mooers United Methodist Church 14 East St., Located adjacent to old Post Office. Sunday service, 9:30 a.m. Contemporary & traditional music, activities for children, youth and families, 236-7129, pastoral@ twcny.rr.com, www.gbgm-umc.org/ mooersumc Mooers Wesleyan Church - Maple Street, Mooers. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. Sunday Night Service 7 p.m. Wednesday Night 7 p.m. (518) 236-5330. MOOERS FORKS St. Ann’s Catholic Church - Route 11, Mooers Forks. Mass: Saturday, 4
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Telephone 518-846-7349. Sunday Service 9 a.m., Sunday School 9:30 a.m. SCIOTA St. Louis of France Catholic Church - Route 22, Sciota. Mass 4 p.m. Saturday; 9 a.m. Sunday Sciota United Methodist Church Sunday service 9 a.m. Route 19, Sciota. WEST CHAZY West Chazy Community Church Pastor Marty Martin. 17 East Church St. Fiske Road, West Chazy, NY. Ph. 493-4585. Sunday: Sunday School 9:30 a.m., Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. Tuesday; Youth Group 6:30 p.m. St. Joseph’s Catholic Church - West Church Street, West Chazy. Saturday Vigil Mass, 4 p.m. Sunday Mass 10 a.m. Weekday Masses: Monday through Friday at 9 a.m. Confessions: Saturday, 3-3:30 p.m.
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NOTICE OF FORMATION OF A LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC): Name: HIGH PEAKS HOME INSPECTION LLC, Article of organization filed with the Secretary of state of New York (SSNY) on 01/31/2014. Office location: Clinton County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to: C/O HIGH PEAKS HOME INSPECTION LLC, 598 Turnpike rd Ausable Forks NY 12912. Purpose: Any Lawful Purpose. Latest Date upon which LLC is to Dissolve: No specific date. NC-6/7-7/12/2014-6TC49571 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC) Name: Lakeview Brewing Company, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 8/13/2013. Office Location: Clinton
NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC) Name: Lakeview Brewing Company, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 8/13/2013. Office Location: Clinton County. The SSNY is designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of any process to the LLC at: 35A Smithfield Blvd., Suite 111, Plattsburgh, NY 12901. Purpose: To engage in any lawful act or activity. NC-5/24-6/28/20146TC-48203 PLACID DREAMS, LLC Articles of Org. filed NY Sec. of State (SSNY) 7/11/13. Office in Clinton Co. SSNY desig. agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to 154 Bluff Point Dr., Plattsburgh, NY 12901, which is also the principal business location. Purpose: Any lawful purpose. NC-5/17-6/21/2014-
NY 4 BR/2.5 PLACID DREAMS,MORRISONVILLE, LLC BA,NYSingle Family Home, 1,920 Articles of Org. filed square feet, built in 1998, Colonial Sec. of State (SSNY) 7/11/13. Office in Cape, Clin- attached 2 car garage, gas fireplace, finished basement, large ton Co. SSNY desig. agent of LLC fenced upon in backyard with above ground whom process may be swimming pool on corner Located in Morrisonville in the served. SSNY shalllot. mail School District. Great copy of process toSaranac 154 Family Neighborhood. $229,500 Bluff Point Dr., PlattsCall 518-726-0828 Dfirenut@gburgh, NY 12901, which mail.com is also the principal business location. Pur- NOTICE OF FORMATION pose: Any lawful pur- OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY ("LLC") pose. Name: Williamson Eng NC-5/17-6/21/2014LLC Articles of Organiza6TC-46913 tion filed with the Secretary of State of New York ("SSNY") on 03/18/2014. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY Office Location: Clinton County. COMPANY (LLC) Name: Stone Distribu- The "SSNY" is designattion LLC Articles of Or- ed as agent of the "LLC" upon whom process ganization filed with the Secretary of State of against it may be served. New York (SSNY) on "SSNY" shall mail a copy 2/10/2014 Office Loca- of any process to the LLC at: 45 Ansie Road, tion: Clinton County. The SSNY is designated as Chelmsford, MA 01824. Purpose: agent of the LLC upon whom process against it To engage in any lawful may be served. SSNY act or activity. shall mail a copy of any NC-5/31/2014-7/5/2014process to the LLC at: 6TC-48583 c/o United States Corporation Agents, Inc., 7014 13th Avenue, Suite 202, Fishing For A Good Deal? Brooklyn, NY 11228. Catch The Greatest Purpose: To engage in Bargains In The any lawful act or activity. Classifieds NC-6/7-7/12/2014-6TC1-518-873-6368 Ext. 201 49503
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