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February 12, 2011

A Denton Publication


Snowy Softball

Sports Wrap

Revived VIC

Winterfest returns to Indian Lake with softball on snowshoes and other events. See Page 2

Look inside for all the statistics and scores from your local sports teams. See Page 4

Andy Flynn begins an in depth look at what’s in store for the two former VICs. See Page 11

In Indian Lake

Fire guts home, post office

CHESTERTOWN — On Friday and Saturday, Feb. 25 and 26 the Friends of the Town of Chester Library will present their annual Winter Book Sale in the Chestertown Municipal Building, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The number of adult novels, mysteries and sci-fi continue to multiply and many will be offered at half-price. Presented at this sale is also an extensive collection of craft, history, medical, travel and children books along with biography and non-fiction works. DVDs, audiobooks, CDs, magazines, puzzles and more are also available. Call the library at 494-5384 for further information.

Ladies Luncheon scheduled in Long Lake March 2

Community plans benefit for residents By Lindsay Yandon SABAEL — Indian Lake community members have joined efforts to come to the aid of Nicole Delcore and Howie Carbone, residents of a home destroyed by a fire last Friday. The home, also a post office, was owned by Delcore. The fire was reported early Friday morning to the Indian Lake Volunteer Fire Department as smoke was seen from as far away as

Noah Haneman and Tarryn Gould work on the finishing touches of a project in home economics.

See FIRE, page 5

Wevertown student travels to India on summer money By Lindsay Yandon

LONG LAKE — A Ladies Winter Luncheon will be held in Long Lake at the St. Henry’s Parish Center Wednesday, March 2, at 12:30 p.m. The luncheon is sponsored by Friends of the Long Lake Library, is open to all women in Long Lake and surrounding towns, and will be catered by the Cyber Creek Cafe of Long Lake. Featured speaker, Mary Ellen Dowling of Blue Mountain Lake, will give an audio-visual presentation about her recent year as an educator in rural China. For more information, call 6242056.

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Photo by Tom Ripley JOHNSBURG — Most students who take on a summer job are saving for a car, new clothes or a few trips to the movies throughout the year. Stephanie Ovitt, however, worked last summer at the Minerva Youth Program in order to save money to board a plane and travel to India this past December. Ovitt, a Johnsburg Central School student, spent three weeks exploring Aminabad, India and the surrounding cities and villages. She is no stranger to international travel, as she toured Europe with Bolton Central School’s travel club last year. “I enjoyed meeting the people and seeing how they lived,” Ovitt said. “They were very welcoming.” Ovitt was greeted with familiar faces when she spent two weeks staying with the Tomb family of Johnsburg. Steve Tomb, english teacher at Johnsburg Central School, participated in a Fulbright teacher exchange program this past year and was teaching in India. While with the Tomb’s she visited a rural village, attended a native Indian school and went to classes

alongside her Indian peers. “School is different there and was definitely a learning experience,” she said. Ovitt adjusted to the differences like teachers moving from class to class rather than students. The material, however, is similar in both countries, she said. Possibly her favorite part, Ovitt said, was an opportunity to attend a traditional Indian wedding while living with a native family. “They have weeks of parties,” she said. Ovitt spent Christmas attending those parties along with the 2,500 other wedding guests. Ovitt is the daughter of Steve and Sylvia Ovitt of Wevertown and expressed her gratitude to both them and her Johnsburg Central School teachers during her travels. “I could not have made this happen without their help and support,” she said. Ovitt plans to study international relations in college after graduating from Johnsburg Central School and hopes to again study abroad. “I want to experience how different cultures live and understand how to deal with differing countries,” she said.

Stephanie Ovitt visited India in December and traveled for three weeks, using money she raised working a summer job. Photo by Lindsay Yandon


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said  she  never  thought  it would  reach  the  level  of popularity it has. “I  didn’t  think  it  was going to be as big as it was and  I  am  amazed  at  the By Lindsay Yandon support we received from the community,” she said. Cannan  said  she’s INDIAN LAKE —  Winterfest  will  return  to  Indian  Lake pleased that the traditionfor its 26th annual event weekend of Feb. 18-20.  A variety al tournament has now reof both indoor and outdoor events for all ages are scheduled.   turned to the annual WinOne of the premiere winter festivals in the North Country, terfest  celebration  and according  to  Vonnie  Liddle,  Indian  Lake  events  director, that  she  has  received  so Winterfest has continued to grow and attract locals from the much  support  from  the surrounding towns of Long Lake, Johnsburg, Raquette Lake community  and  volunteers. and Blue Mountain Lake.  “I  wanted  to  see  this “We have something for everyone to enjoy,” she said.   event  continue  and The  festival  was  founded  to  celebrate  winter  in  Indian Lake and encourage residents to enjoy what the season has thought  a  benefit  event was  the  perfect  opportuto offer in a time of spiked cabin fever.    nity,” she said. “An event Highlighted  during  the  two-day  festival  are  skiing  and ice-skating  contests,  snow  sculptures,  sales,  fireworks  and can be planned to perfection,  but  will  never  be  a much more. Featured this year will be a Snowshoe Softball Tournament success  without  volunteers.” to benefit the National Kidney Foundation. Visit  www.indianSponsored by Barefoot Wine, Indian Lake Restaurant, the  for  more  inforBear  Trap  and  the  Town  of  Indian  Lake,  the  event  raised mation  on  Indian  Lake’s $3,000 last year. The  tournament  is  organized  by  Elizabeth  Cannan  who Winterfest. 

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MINERVA — Minerva Central School has announced it’s Second Marking Period Honor Roll. The following students were placed on the emerald list: Bethanie Viele, Sydney Barber, Angela McCall, Dustin Saville, and Gabrielle McNally. The following students were placed on the honor roll: Steven Colletti, Jr., Drew Deshetsky, Emma Feiden, SaraPaige Hodges, Alexandria Johnson, Amber Vanderwarker, Taylor Feiden, Riley Mather, Danielle McNally, Larissa Smith, Cheyenne Williams, Jessica Hill, Mary Kale LaBar, Stephen, Dakota Bennett, Ashlee Hendrie, Bridgett Mather, Austin Williams, Tara Galusha, Massena Green, Briana Hammond, Dylan Saville, and Samantha Vanderwarker. The following students earned merit honors: Dakota Anselmo, Dustin Griffen, Blake Piper, Ryan Tucker, Richard Bennett, Jr., Kylie Dimick, Karissa Wright, Tyler Clickner, Aleynah Gardinier, Shelby Hogan, Amanda Bellotti, Conner O’Brien, Austin Roy, Cody Clickner, and Roger Kelly.


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Question of the month: What is the best meal you can imagine eating?

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The best meal is pizza. Aidan Perez - Pre-kindergarten - Johnsburg Central School

NORTH CREEK — Several North Creek residents were honored at their respective schools this week for academic accomplishments. The following students were named to the State University of New York at Plattsburgh dean’s list for the fall 2010 semester: Laura Hagadorn, Janelle Loomis and Penny Warrington — all of North Creek. Ryan D. Sherwood of North Creek was named Presidential Scholar for the fall 2010 semester at Clarkson University. Cassidy Jay of North River, has been named to the dean’s list at Hamilton College for the fall 2010 semester. Jay, a senior majoring in geoscience, also recently traveled to Ecuador with the Hamilton College Outing Club on a hiking trip in the Andes Mountains. Kelsey Williford of North Creek, has been named to the dean’s list for the first quarter at Rochester Institute of Technology. She is studying bio-chemistry. Megan Nevins was among those named to the Dean's List by SUNY Potsdam President Dr. John F. Schwaller. Cassandra Burns, daughter of Peter and Diana Burns of North River was named to the Dean's List for the Fall 2010 semester at Saint Michael's College.

The best meal is french fries. Alesha Johnston - Pre-kindergarten - Johnsburg Central School The best meal is watermelon. Caroline Williams - Pre-kindergarten - Johnsburg Central School The best meal is peas. Cole Sears - Pre-kindergarten - Johnsburg Central School The best meal is apple crisp. Corbin DeGroat - Pre-kindergarten - Johnsburg Central School The best meal is chicken nuggets, french fries, milk and ketchup. Harley Caunter - Pre-kindergarten - Johnsburg Central School The best meal is cheesy pasta. Levi Neal - Pre-kindergarten - Johnsburg Central School The best meal is Ramen Noodles Mackenzie Mulligan - Pre-kindergarten - Johnsburg Central School The best meal is potatoes. Mia Connelly - Pre-kindergarten - Johnsburg Central School The best meal is chicken and dumplings. Nathaniel Robinson - Pre-kindergarten - Johnsburg Central School Cereal, pizza and a root beer float. Evan Anello - Grade 1 - Newcomb Central School A chocolate ice cream cake as big as my school with sprite. Zack Phelps - Grade 2 - Newcomb Central School I like pies and ice cream. Lilly Vaughn - Grade 1 - Newcomb Central School My best meal is snow cones and marble vanilla cake. Katie O’Donnell - Grade 2 - Newcomb Central School


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and  Brooke  Denno  each  had  a  basket  apiece  and  Cortina Green had one point in the loss. 

Girls Basketball Indian Lake/Long Lake 55 Minerva/Newcomb 24 LONG  LAKE  —  Carli  Reynolds  put  up  a  game  high  25 points to lead Indian Lake-Long Lake in a 55-24 MVAC victory over Minerva/Newcomb Tuesday, Feb. 1. Reynolds also had six rebounds, five assists and one threepointer.  Teammate Murphy Farrell added 12 points and four steals. Jessica  Bain  and  Melanie  Pierson  each  had  six  points, Allison Pine had four points and Meg Smith finished with two points in the win. Renna  Yandon  lead  the  Mountaineers  with  six  points, while Rebecca  Bolan, Gabrielle McNally and Ashley Miller put up four points. Manon Vernette, Mackenzie Winslow and Brianna Hammond each had a basket in the loss.  Indian Lake-Long Lake 33 Schroon Lake 27 SCHROON LAKE — Carli Reynolds put up 13 points including  two  three-pointers,  had  five  assists  and  five  rebounds as the Orange beat Schroon Lake in non-league play Thursday, Feb. 3 Murphy  Farrell  finished  with  eight  points  and  Allison Pine pulled down eight rebounds to go with her six assists. Melanie Pierson finished with six points in the win. Jocelyn  Bowen  had  10  points  for  the  Wildcats. Warrensburg 44 Johnsburg 20 WARRENSBURG  — Ashlie  Morehouse  and Alexa  Bryant lead  the  Burghers  to  the  non-league  win,  each  with  a  double-double Thursday, Feb. 3 Morehouse  scored  a  game-high  16  points  and  pulled down 12 rebounds. Bryant put up 10 points and had 11 rebounds. Isabella Szabo hit four three-pointers for 12 points. Mikayla Glode's 15 points led Johnsburg. Casandra Prouty

Ongoing JOHNSBURG — Crosscountry ski instruction with Mark  Lacek  after  school  on Tuesdays  and  Thursdays  at Gore  Mt.  School.  Transportation  available.  Call 251-2825  (days)  or  251-3739 (evenings) to sign up. JOHNSBURG — Millennium Chorale rehearsals Mondays  at  7  p.m.  in  the  JCS Band Room. NEWCOMB  —  Newcomb Mt.  Quilters  meeting  1st Monday  and  3rd  Thursday of  each  month  at  7  p.m.  at Newcomb Fire Hall. NORTH  CREEK  —  The Town  of  Johnsburg  Library hosts a pre-school story hour

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NORTH CREEK — Celtic Music at Trappers Tavern, 710  p.m.  For  more  information, call 251-9808 .

Saturday, February 12 LONG LAKE —  Moonlighter ’s  Poker  Run throughout  Raquette  Lake, Newcomb and Long Lake, 11 a.m.  -  5  p.m.  $10  entry  fee. Call 624-2116 for more information. NORTH CREEK —    Free

Wells 56 Johnsburg 29 WELLS — Amanda Vrooman's game-high 17 points, 16 rebounds and four steals led Wells as they topped Johnsburg in league play Friday, Feb. 4 Kayla  Page  finished  with  13  points,  seven  rebounds  and four steals and Brittany Wooward had eight rebounds, three steals and two points. Samantha Bartholf threw out four assists and had five steals in the win. Mikayla  Glode  scored  10  points  for  Johnsburg.    Cortina Greene had eight points, including one three pointer. Lydia Knickerbocker and Casandra Prouty had four points, Brooke Denno had one basket and Kayla Williford had one point in the loss. 

Boys Basketball Johnsburg 61 Wells 49 JOHNSBURG  —  Taylor  Ordway  put  on  a  winning  performance with a game-high 28 points to lead Johnsburg to a victory over Wells Thursday, Feb. 3. Ben  Richards  also  lead  Johnsburg  with  12  points  and  12 rebounds for the Jaguars, who also got 11 points from Chet Prouty.  Prouty  and  Sean  O'Neill  each  had  five  steals  along with six points for O’Neill. Chris Scott had four points in the win.  Ordway shot 10 for 11 from the foul line for Johnsburg and sunk two three-pointers. Jake Earley pumped in 26 points to lead Wells. Indian Lake-Long Lake 47 Crown Point 40 LONG LAKE — Matt Rusch was a force down low, scoring 16 points and ripping down 16 rebounds to power Indian Lake-Long Lake past Crown Point Friday, Feb. 4. Hank Evatt added 12 points and eight rebounds for the Orange, and Collin Farrell scored 10 of his 11 points in Indian Lake/Long  Lake’s  17  point  second  quarter,  including  one three-pointer.  Stephen  Pitcher  had  five  points  and  Matt Moore had one three-pointer in the win. Nathan Tabor led Crown Point with 16 points.

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Sunday, February 13 NORTH RIVER — Kids 12 and under ski free at Garnet Hill.  For  more  information, call 251-2150. 

Monday, February 14 INDIAN LAKE —  Senior Citizens Bingo, 12:30 - 3 p.m. at  Senior  Citizens  Mealsite. For  more  information,  call 648-5412. NEWCOMB — Yoga    at Newcomb  Central  School, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Mats provided  or  bring  your  own.  Call 582-3341  for  more  informa-

tion. NEWCOMB — Family Karate  at  Newcomb  Central School,  6:30  p.m.  Call  5823341 for more information. NORTH CREEK — Adirondack  Tr-County Nursing  Home’s  Sandwich Plate  sale.  $4  for  the  meal. For  more  information,  call 251-5355.

Tuesday, February 15 NEWCOMB — Zumba  at Newcomb  Central  School, 6:30  p.m.  Call  582-3098  for more information. 

Wednesday, February 16 L O N G   L A K E   — Tr i v i a Night  at  the  Cellar,  7  p.m.

Matt Moore fights with David Quaglietta for ball possesion in Indian Lake/Long Lake’s MVAC contest against Westport last week. Photo by Nancy Frasier

Open to ages 18 & up. Free to enter. Call 624-3077 for more information. NORTH CREEK  —  Live music at barVino, 8 p.m. INDIAN LAKE — Library Writers  Group,  2  -  4  p.m.  at Indian  Lake  Town  Library. New members welcome. For more  information,  call  6485444.

Thursday, February 17 NEWCOMB — Zumba  at Newcomb  Central  School, 6:30  p.m.  Call  582-3098  for more information. 

Friday February, 18 INDIAN LAKE — “Winter Shorts!”at  Indian  Lake  Theater,  7  p.m.  For  more  information, call 352-7715 or visit NORTH CREEK —  Full Moon  Ski  Bowl  Party.  Call 251-2411  for  more  informaiton. N O RT H   C R E E K   —   L a k e

George Sax Quartet at Trappers  Tavern,  7-10pm.  For more  information,  call  2519808.

Saturday, February 19 INDIAN LAKE —  26th Annual Winterfest. For more information,  call  648-5828, 648-5112  or  visit BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — Full  Moon  Dine-In/Ski Out  at  Adirondack  Lakes Center  for  the  Arts,  5  p.m. For  more  information,  call 352-7715  or  visit

Sunday, February 20 INDIAN LAKE —  26th Annual Winterfest. For more information,  call  648-5828, 648-5112  or  visit NORTH CREEK — Freeheel  Festival  at  Gore.  For more  information,  call  2512411.

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sATURDAY February 12, 2011

Fire From page 1 The fire was reported early Friday morning to the Indian  Lake  Volunteer  Fire  Department  as  smoke  was  seen from as far away as Chamberlain Road in Indian Lake.  Soon after the call, departments from Speculator, Lake Pleasant, Piseco, Long Lake, North River and North Creek joined  Indian  Lake  at  the  scene  between  the  north  and south accesses to Lake Shore Drive Despite the destruction that the fire caused, traffic was easily  rerouted  and  there  were  no  injuries  reported,  according to Steve Studnicky, chief of North Creek Fire Department. The cause of the fire is not yet known, however,  it  was  suspected  to  be  a  malfunction  of  a  wood  stove in  the  house,  according  to  Jay  Griffin,  Hamilton  County fire coordinator. “The fire was controlled and the last units in service left the  scene  around  8  p.m.,”  said  Studnicky.  “The  homeowners  lost  everything  including  the  post  office  in Sabael.” With  the  loss  of  the  post  office,  other  USPS  plans  will have to be made to serve the hamlet of Indian Lake.  A  benefit  has  been  planned  for  Feb.  12  at  Jane  and Kathy’s  Restaurant  in  Indian  Lake.  The  spaghetti  dinner is planned to support Delcore and Carbone in their loss.  Dinner will be served from 4-7 p.m. and take-outs will be available by calling 648-5980. Donations $10 for adults and $5 for children under ten will be accepted and all proceeds will be donated.

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Minerva Snowtravelers hill climb scheduled By Mike Corey

MINERVA — Winter  has  arrived  with  cold  temperatures  and  plenty  of  snow  on  the  ground.    That means  it  is  time    for  Minerva’s  annual  hill  climb  at Sporty’s Iron Duke Saloon on Saturday, Feb. 19.  Minerva’s  snowmobile  club,  the  Snow  Travelers will be hosting their third annual bill climb and drag race on the popular hill behind Sporty’s. Registration for all participating snowmobiles begins that morning at 9 a.m., with races beginning at 10:30 a.m. There is no admission cost to see the races, and all are welcome. There will be a $30 registration fee per sled, with a cost of $5 per race (registration is $10 for kids riding sleds in the 120 cc class).  Sled classes include multiple stock and modified, from 500cc to King of the Hill. The race is limited to 100  snowmobiles,  with  registration  on  a  first  come, first serve basis. Trophies are available for first, second, and third place finishes, with cash also for first place. Concessions will be provided by the Minerva Snow Travelers. For pre-registration, rules of the race, and additional information, please contact Jeff Barnett at 251-0860 or

Snowmobiles race for position at last year’s annual hill climb at Sporty’s Iron Duke Saloon. Photo by Heather Butler




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aturday was a very strange day. It had all the weathers that we face in the north country. It started out very sunny and thawing. It went to 40 degrees. About 2 p.m. the snow started and came down hard. Around 8 p.m. there was a winter thunder and lightening storm with sleet and hail. We sure have had a snowy January and February. Still several months of winter weather. Glad we are strong to endure all.

News Congratulations to the following for making the Dean’s List: Maureen Galusha, Wendy Russell and Danielle Dunkley. Candy Dalaba went home from Glens Falls Hospital by

Ambulance Monday. She was glad to go home and be able to see her parrot and be with family and friends. She was glad that her brother, Oliver Dalaba called her while in hospital. Oliver and Ginny are in Florida for the winter. Khaleah Cleveland was the guest of honor for an early 10th birthday party at her dad’s Saturday. Erwin Bradway was happy to be home to celebrate his birthday Sunday. He had been away for work for more than three weeks. David Holland from Chestertown is in the hospital with his family staying at his side. His two sisters are Maravene Lawrence and Diane Cleveland. We are sorry to hear about the death of Lillian Amodeo. She was Jan Russell’s mom. Also, the death of Diana Neeley. Happy Birthday Pam McDonald, Erwin Bradway, Fletcher Conlon Jr, Rachael Granger, Corrina Conlon, Debbie T Bacon, Alex Lay, Adam Cleveland, Gideon Werger, Kara Bacon, Kailey Bacon, Khaleah Cleveland, Emma Parsons (91), Ron L. Grimes, Pamela Tice Allen and Suzanne Whitney. Enjoy each and every day.

Appreciation from local reader

It’s time to make cuts To the News Enterprise: Federal, state, county and school spending has grown to unsustainable levels. In these current times, many families have recognized they need to reduce their spending in order to survive. Local governments and schools, which rely heavily on the local taxpayers’ money should be realistic and change their spending habits. It is not easy, but they must spend less and cut expenses! Certainly some of our presently enjoyed services will have to be cut. Some jobs may have to be lost. It will be difficult, but what is the practical alternative? Hopefully, our state and federal legislators will prevent impending disaster and not be pressured by the private interests of some politicians and organizations to continue spending. As for local school budgets, there are many communities in the state and country that are examining what is happening in their school districts and making significant changes. Why are we not in the Town of Johnsburg? As long as the Johnsburg School District continues to approve the school budget proposed by our Board of Education, JCS will continue to be one of the highest cost per pupil schools in the state with less than top achievement results. What is the logic in that? A local grass roots JCS Citizens Budget Committee sent several specific recommendations to the JCS Board of Education last October with studied budget cuts that would not affect the quality of education of our children, but would significantly reduce costs. So far, this has not been acknowledged by the board or even considered a possibility. How long do the taxpayers in Johnsburg have to continue to pay the price for the lack of financial understanding of our school authorities? More importantly, when will we add to our school board, members with the necessary common sense and financial skills? Sally Heidrich Johnsburg

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To the News Enterprise: I want to thank Denton Publications for the greater coverage of the whole Adirondacks in our local papers. I have certainly noticed the trend, and meant to write and thank you before this. Last fall there was a meeting held in Chestertown, sponsored by Teresa Sayward and Betty Little. It tackled all the concerns and problems of the Adirondack residents and was well attended by people from the whole park. The meeting was not well publicized beforehand, and I was pleased to see so many people there. Also, I was glad to notice coverage by Thom Randall, and noticed that no other papers were represented there. This region needs a sense of community, which is hard to maintain in view of the distances between us. The papers published by Denton Publications are being of great service in uniting us. Your guest editorial in last week's paper by Mark Moeller was particularly welcome and enlightening to those of us who have similar problems, and usually unfamiliar with the situation in Tupper Lake. It is too easy for interests outside the park to make inroads in our small communities while the rest of us are unaware. The people of North Creek got together and resurrected the train station a few years ago, and have enjoyed the surge of business that the Upper Hudson Railroad has brought to their small town. Now the Warren County Board of Supervisors has fired the company, which has operated the system, and is quibbling about its successor while the summer season approaches without plans. The Glens Falls Post Star pays little attention to this quandary, and is uninterested in covering happenings outside the Glens Falls-Saratoga area. We count on you to spread such news, and you do seem to be responding to our needs. Thank you! Carol Gregson Olmstedville

Teaching assistants respond To the News Enterprise: With all due respect we feel compelled to respond to Mr. Richard Stewart’s comments in his Jan. 29 letter entitled, “Thoughts on class size”. We are teaching assistants with a combined total of 62 years of service to children in a local district where teaching assistants and teaching aides are valued members of the staff. Over the past 20 years we have frequently met with our colleagues at Johnsburg Central School and can confidently say that we take exception to Mr. Stewart’s statement regarding aides “infesting” the classrooms. Teaching aides and assistants actively contribute to the academic success of students. TA’s at Johnsburg provide services to support students with disabilities. This is in compliance with laws protecting the rights of students with disabilities. In the 1970s disabled students were separated from the rest of the school population with separate classrooms and programs. This was the case in 1975 when one of us graduated from high school without benefit of getting to know and learn from those students. Teaching assistants are able to reinforce previously taught concepts, adapt tasks and assignments, provide small-group and one-on one instruction, reinforce behavior management plans, daily living or self-help skills, modify assignments and communicate with parents. They develop close ties to the students they support because of their role as helpers. Often students will confide in them and they are typically the first to intercede when a student is having a meltdown and can quietly provide supervision for that student while the teacher continues working with the rest of the class. They consistently work in the space between following the directions of the teacher, and adjusting to the needs of the student. They need to provide support in all directions, must remain flexible, and able to work with everyone. In the past thirty-five years demands on both schools and students have increased tremendously. The dedicated and knowledgeable teaching assistants and teaching aides at Johnsburg Central School have certainly contributed to your child’s academic success. Elsa Schisler Linda Rusch Ginger Farrell

sAtUrDAY February 12, 2011

Nice sales pitch Mr. Cuomo, now get to work


live a rather quiet life, and I’m not into many social activities. So it’s a big week when I get a special invitation to attend a meeting with the lieutenant governor, Robert Duffy, and a personalized email from the new governor himself, Andrew Cuomo. Unfortunately, the snow we had last Wednesday, Feb. 2, forced the lieutenant governor to postpone our get together until a later date. Over the years, and especially the last few years, I’ve become very suspicious of our elected officials and those who aspire to those positions. So when they come knocking, I now tend to get worried about their intentions. Unfortunately, the older you get the less trusting you become … like parts of your body that start sagging or the hair that keeps falling out. There’s not much you can do to prevent it. It’s just part of the aging process. While they all say they are public servants, time and time again we discover, all too often after the fact, that they were really self-serving servants. Thus was the case recently when our Assembly Representatives Sayword and Duprey opted to take early retirement one day and resumed their elected duties the next. Oh, I’m sure they had plenty of sound reasons for their actions. Bottom line, my state is financially broke and their actions did more for them personally then it did for me and my fellow taxpayers. Tell me how their actions helped me and not themselves? But back to the governor’s email. He asked me (and I’m sure many others) to listen to his 5-minute prepared speech asking for my help. My first thought was, “Here we go again.” Times are really tough; I and all New Yorkers will need to ante up to help Cuomo solve the problems he said he could solve if we gave him the opportunity to go to Albany as our chief executive. As I debated with my fingers on the mouse, left button I listen, right button I delete … I thought to myself, “What do I have to lose?” It’s only a recorded message, and I could practice giving him a piece of my mind. The governor started by thanking me for electing him, and I began reaching for the right mouse button. Then he said three things I could not disagree with: 1. We need to clean up Albany and restore integrity. 2. We need to get the economy running and create jobs. 3. We need to stop government overspending and overtaxing. He got my attention. I was hooked for the duration but still very suspicious. He went on to say HE was going to shake up the Albany establishment and, despite the attacks he knew would come his way, HE tells me HE is up to the task at hand. Next he tells me New York state law automatically forces the budget to increase by 13 percent each year, which is six times the rate of inflation. And what’s worst, we spend far more than other states and get far less in return. The governor highlights two examples: 1. New York is No. 1 in education spending yet rank 34th in performance. 2. New York is No. 1 in Medicaid spending but ranks 21st in performance. He blames these conditions on our state working for the special interest groups and lobbyists instead of working for the people. And what’s really a surprise, he tells me this isn’t happening on just one side of the aisle but equally affects both Democrats and Republicans. While the people and businesses of New York have been forced to deal with the realities of the economic collapse, our government hasn’t adjusted to these new economic times. As I wait for the shoe to drop, he tells me he will cut his office’s budget by 10 percent, 5 percent upon taking office and 5 percent more in this coming budget. He intends to eliminate waste and duplication and cut the size of government. And, while other governors have given in to special interests, he assures me he will not be intimidated, will not back down and HE will get this job done. So I’m thinking, Mr. Cuomo, what’s this going to cost me? “The real power of the governor lies with the people of the state,” he said. “Democracy only works when the voice of the people rings strong and rings true. I need you to help me.” I am left with only one thought: ”Mr. Cuomo, get this job done!” You needn’t tell me how pivotal these times are, nor how failure is not an option. We wasted far too much money and time and are now out of both. Mr. Cuomo, you asked for my help, well here it is, I’m with you. I’m buying what you’re selling! I want a leader to lead me through these difficult times. I’m with you, but boy you better not lead me down a primrose path. We are at a very serious time, and we’ve been let down by so many before you who’ve promised to solve these problems. I know you can’t do it alone, but please understand I’ve bought this sales pitch too many times before to not be very skeptical. How can I know you’ll give us a government as good as the people of this great state? The answer is simple. What choice do we have?! Mr. Cuomo, please be a true and honest leader who does what he says he will do. Be a servant of the people who elected you. Please don’t let us down, Mr. Cuomo. Will be watching, rooting and helping as needed, but you sir, are driving the boat. Dan Alexander is owner and publisher of Denton Publications. He may be reached at

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sATURDAY February 12, 2011


7 p.m. “Winter Shorts” at the Indian Lake Theatre.


7 a.m. – 10 a.m. Breakfast at the Fire Hall

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10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Book & Cookie Sale at the Town Hall. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library

7 p.m. Tricky Tray. ILCS Gymnasium. Sponsored by the Class of 2012.

1 p.m. Snowshoe trip to Juckett’s Brook. 3.5 mile round trip. Meet at Adirondack One Stop parking lot. Sponsored by IL/BML Fish and Game Association.

7 a.m. – 11 a.m. Breakfast at the Fire Hall

4 p.m. Exhibition hockey game at the Ski Hut.

9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Craft Fair at the Legion Hall and Mealsite Building. Sponsored by Indian Lake Chamber of Commerce.

4:30 p.m. (Take Out) & 5 p.m. - Sold Out United Methodist Church Roast Beef Dinner. Adults $9, children under 12 $4. Under 5 Free!

9 a.m. Snowarriors Snowmobile Poker Run. Registration at Byron Park from 9 to 1. Card drawing at the Indian Lake Restaurant & Tavern. $10 per sled. Sponsored by Indian Lake Snowarriors.

5 p.m. Full Moon Dine-In/Ski Out at the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts. Admission $3, members $2.

12 p.m. Ski and snowboard races registration at the Ski Hut 1 p.m. Ski and snowboard races. 2 p.m. Sylvia and the Magic Truck, comedy and ventriloquist. At the Ski Hut. 3 p.m. Jalapeno Eating Contest. Marty’s Chili Nights, 648-5832. Men’s and women’s categories. Registration at 2:45 p.m. 6:30 p.m. Bon Fire and Torch Run at the Ski Hut.

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Around the Region

News of the Week Police: Local man assaults with lit cigarette CHESTERTOWN — Wayne Schlaeg, 46, of Landon Hill Road was arrested for the felony of Assault in the 2nd Degree for intentionally burning a female with a lit cigarette last week, according to the Warren County Sheriff ’s department. Schlaeg was also charged with the misdemeanor of Criminal Mischief for ripping Wayne the phone line from the phone jack when Schlaeg the victim was attempting to call 911. He was arraigned in the Chester town Court and released following issuance of a Temporary Order of Protection.

sAtUrDAY February 12, 2011

Collard admits to wife’s murder They wanted their “ mother’s remains back as quickly as possible, which wasn’t going to happen in a trial.

— Kristy Sprague

NWCS to collect Box Tops for Education NORTH WARREN — North Warren Central School’s Parent Teacher Student Association is participating in Box Tops for Education again this year. Last year, they collected more than $800. Clip the Box Tops log from any boxed products and submit it to NWCS with a student by Monday, Feb. 14. Box Tops should be marked with the student’s name and their teacher ’s name.

GED Tutors Needed NORTH CREEK — Two local GED programs, coordinated by the North Country Outreach, need more tutors. Tutors must have a high school diploma and be willing to donate a minimum of two hours per month. One session is at the Chestertown Library Thursday afternoons, and the other is at the Outreach Center in North Creek Thursday evenings. Interested tutors are welcome to visit a session. For information, contact Rick Morse at 251-3481 or

Methodist Church to host dinner INDIAN LAKE — Indian Lake Methodist Church will host a roast beef dinner, Saturday, Feb. 19, at 5 p.m. Takeouts will be available at 4:30 p.m. Adults are $9, children younger than 12 are $4 and younger than age 5 are free.

ALCA Winter Shorts visit Long Lake LONG LAKE — The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts Winter Shorts program moves on to Long Lake at the Long Lake Town Hall, Feb. 20-25 during Long Lake Wacky Winter Week. Actors old and young, experienced and beginner, are invited to a one-week intensive acting experience with audition on Sunday, rehearsals Monday – Thursday, 6-10 p.m. and a performance on Friday, 7 p.m. Tickets are $15 and $10 for members per production or see all six productions with a Winter Pass for $30. For more information, call 352-7715 or visit

Tony Jenkins Jazz Trip rescheduled NORTH CREEK — The Tony Jenkins Jazz Trip has been rescheduled to Saturday, Feb. 12 at 7:30 p.m. at Tannery Pond Community Center. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students. For more information, see or call 681-1715.

Johnsburg EMS seeks board members JOHNSBURG — The Johnsburg Emergency Squad has two community member positions available on its board of directors. The board meets on a monthly basis to carry out its important responsibilities regarding the squad. These include finances, public relations and community involvement, fundraising, policy development, recruitment and support to all members of the squad. Each community member would serve a term of three years, commencing May 2011. If interested in being a board member for this important community service organization, please send a resume with a letter of interest by March 11 to: Johnsburg Emergency Squad Nominating Committee P.O. Box 413 North Creek, NY 12853

Poker Run scheduled locally LONG LAKE — Playing cards will be available at 11 a.m. at Long Lake’s Tap Room and Newcomb’s Newcomb House, Feb. 12 for a joint poker run. Cards must be in at the Adirondack Hotel in Long Lake by 5 p.m. Door prizes and first through third place prizes for best hand will be awarded at 6 p.m. For more information and a complete list of participating businesses, call Harry or Kathy Buston at 624-2116.

Sweethearts Day sandwich plate sale returns JOHNSBURG — The Adirondack Tri County Nursing & Rehabilitation Center ’s Auxiliary will hold their annual Sweethearts Day Sandwich Plate Sale Feb. 14 at 11 a.m. Orders must be placed no later than Feb. 9 at 251-5355. Each plate is priced at $4.

We Wish We’d Thought of That! at VIC NEWCOMB — The VIC invites the public to share ideas on how it can help Newcomb, Feb. 12 from 10 - 11:30 a.m. Coffee and cookies will be provided. For more information, call Paul Hai at 582-4551, ext. 104.

Thomas A. Collard

June Collard - circa 1979.

By Keith Lobdell

weeks for jury selection and then anything else that could have popped up,” Sprague said. “The trial could have come down to a battle of experts.” Sprague said that while she did not want to “nickel and dime justice,” she was pleased that the deal would result in a savings of about $250,000. “I wasn’t holding my breath at this point,” Sprague said. “But he did accept the deal and also waived the right to appeal.” Sprague said that the deal was presented to Collard after discussions with the family while a deadline of Friday, Feb. 4 was approaching. “I had sat down with the family some time ago and discussed offering a Manslaughter first-degree plea,” Sprague said. “The public defender advised me Wednesday (Feb. 2) that he would take the plea, and then we got him into the court as fast as we could before the Friday deadline passed.” Sprague said that the deal helped June Collard’s family members in two aspects. “They wanted their mother ’s remains back as quick as possible, which MINERVA — Just over 30 years after June Hopkins Collard of Olmstedville went missing, her husband finally told the family what they had always suspected — he killed her. Thomas A. Collard pled guilty Feb. 3 to first-degree manslaughter in Essex County Court, ending a 30-year-old cold case which was re-opened last year due to a confession by Collard in July to police in Alabama. “I was headed into trial mode, and to hear this was a pleasant surprise,” Essex County District Attorney Kristy Sprague said about hearing Collard would agree to a plea deal. “A trial wasn’t really what the family wanted because they did not want to re-live this and they wanted to get the remains back as soon as possible so they could care for them properly.” The trial was expected to start on Feb. 28, and Sprague said that her office was ready for the long haul. “We were looking at a trial that could have lasted a month, another two

was never going to happen in a trial,” Sprague said. “Tammy Vanderwerker (Collard’s daughter) wanted to hear it from his mouth.” June Collard was reported missing from her Olmstedville home in November 1980. At the time, Thomas Collard said that her wife had run off to Texas with a male friend. However, suspicions around the community often pointed the finger at Collard, who was living in a Samson, Ala. prison. After some new information emerged, New York State Police officers visited Collard in Alabama and interviewed him, leading to excavation of Collard’s former property in Olmstedville. Mrs. Collard’s remains were found a short time later, leading to Collard being charged and eventually accepting a plea deal. In court Feb. 3, Collard declared that he had hit his wife during an heated argument in the kitchen at their home. The force of the punch sent her through a door, striking her head on a hot water tank. Mr. Collard said he then checked for vital signs and, upon finding her apparently dead, dumped her out of a bathroom window into a pit, covering her remains with dirt and lime in order to mask the smell.

In Essex County

County bonds for loader purchases necessary this year,” Keene supervisor William Ferebee said. “I can’t believe that we have to bond for a cordless ELIZABETHTOWN — After several attempts, a scaled- phone,” Moriah supervisor I can’t believe down bond passed through the Essex County Board of Super- Thomas Scozzafava said. “Don’t the departments have that we have to visors Feb. 4. an operations Following over an hour of intense, and budget for bond for a cordless sometimes heated, debate, the board passed a things like phone. resolution to bond for $656,000 to purchase this? The equipment and supplies, including two new — Tom Scozzafava items under loaders and a truck for the department of pub$500 should lic works. be taken out of The approval came after six rounds of votthis resolution.” ing on several amendments and changed to “It has always been a question over what can the original proposal to bond for $970,000. be removed, and it has been that way for the last Along with DPW equipment, county manthree years,” Palmer replied. “We have some ager Daniel Palmer said that there were other Tom Scozzafava desks and other items that are in very poor conexpenses that needed to be purchased through Moriah Supervisor dition.” the bond. Palmer offered, and the board agreed, to look at a proposal “We are mandated to have a sprinkler system in the Horace Nye Nursing Home by 2013,” Palmer said. “We have an item to transfer just over $131,000 from the district attorney’s office in the resolution to help pay for the engineering study that to pay for the smaller items. The funds would come from money that was budgeted for the expected Thomas Collard trial, needs to be done.” Some supervisors were concerned if certain items, such as funds which were no longer needed after Collard plead in the office materials and lower priced items, should be part of the case, avoiding trial. The board then made several votes on new resolutions, inbond. “I thought that you could not bond for things like chairs and cluding removing two of the original four loaders from the bond. Willsboro supervisor Ed Hatch voted against all resoludesks,” Westport supervisor Dan Connell said. “I question some of these items to as if they are absolutely tions, stating that he did not feel it was the appropriate time to purchase any equipment.

By Keith Lobdell

Adirondack Region United Way surpasses 2011 goal Organization goes for $750,000, pledges come in at $756,000 By Sarah L. Cronk PLATTSBURGH — Even with a loftier fundraising campaign, the United Way of the Adirondack Region Inc. met and exceeded its $750,000 goal. The nonprofit organization, which encompasses Clinton, Essex and Franklin counties, raised a total of $756,200, as announced by the campaign team Feb. 4. “This is a momentous occasion,” said

local United Way executive director John C. Bernardi. “In many ways, the United Way is a barometer of the community. And, I’m pleased to report that the barometric pressure of our region remains very high.” Previously, for the last three years, the campaign goal was at $700,000, down from the 2007 goal of $750,000. “It feels great,” said Bernardi of getting back to the goal from 2007. “Obviously the economy has created a challenge for us for the last three years or so.

We face that challenge again as we went into this campaign, but at the same time we have added another county to our service area. We felt that it was important, despite the economy, that we raise the goal and we raise the expectations of the region.” Bernardi also took time during the meeting to not only announce the total raised, but what that money means. “We’re happy that we made the goal, but a number is just a number,” he said. “What is more important is the impact that our United Way is able to make throughout the region.”

sATURDAY February 12, 2011

Around the Region

News of the Week

What’s up at the VICs? Colleges re-inventing former APA visitor centers

Hikers spend night in snow cave By Chris Morris RAY BROOK — Two men got lost while skiing in the Dix Mountain Wilderness over the weekend and had to spend the night in a snow cave. Officials  with  the  state  Department  of  Environmental Conservation Region 5 headquarters in Ray Brook say the two skiers got lost after skiing up Dix Mountain Saturday afternoon, Feb. 5. Christopher  Yankee,  35,  of  Slaterville  Springs  and  21year-old  John Armstrong  of  Olivebridge  reportedly  took the wrong route while descending the mountain. After sunset, it began snowing. Officials say the skiers built  a  cave  to  keep  warm  and  spent  the  night  in  the wilderness. DEC forest rangers began searching for the men after receiving  a  call  at  12:30  a.m.  Sunday.  Several  rangers checked trailheads, while other trekked toward Dix Mountain. They were later found on state Route 73, just a few miles from  the  Dix  Mountain  trailhead.  In  an  email  sent  to WNBZ, DEC Region 5 spokesman David Winchell said the men were found in “good shape.”

By Andy Flynn (Editor's note: This is Part One of a fivepart series on the current status of the Visitor Interpretive Centers (VICs), which were operated by the Adirondack Park Agency from 1989 to 2010.) NEWCOMB — Fresh snow blanketed tree  branches  in  the  forest,  the  sun glowed  in  the  blue  sky,  and  temperatures  hovered  around  20  degrees.  Ski event coordinators dream of conditions like these, and Saturday, Jan. 29 had all the makings for a day filled with family fun. Yet, as the Chili Ski Tasting event got under  way  at  the  Paul  Smiths  VIC, everyone was a little uneasy. It was the same building, but with a new  owner.  Paul  Smith’s  College  officials  didn’t  know  what  to  expect,  and, as they searched for light switches and electrical outlets in their newest building, they had one big question on their minds:  Would  people  come  and  enjoy themselves  like  they  had  for  the  past decade of ski festivals when the Adirondack  Park  Agency  (APA)  owned  the building? By early afternoon, their question had been answered, and they breathed a collective sigh of relief as dozens of families  did  indeed  come  and  enjoy  themselves,  eating  chili  and  cake  made  by culinary arts students, skiing and snowshoeing  on  the  vast  trail  system groomed  the  day  before,  and  taking sleigh  rides  with  two  of  the  college’s draft horses. The smiles were proof that people had a good time, and the event —aimed  at  showing  everyone  that  the trails are still open to the public — was deemed a success. While  this  was  the  first  event  since Paul  Smith’s  College  took  over  the 24,500-square-foot  building  from  the APA on Jan. 1, the transformation from a Visitor Interpretive Center to the college’s  version  of  the  VIC  is  still  in  its formative stages. Officials at the SUNY College  of  Environmental  Science  and Forestry (ESF), too, are still trying to define the role of their new Adirondack Interpretive  Center  (AIC)  in  Newcomb, formerly  known  as  the  Newcomb  VIC, after  taking  over  the  6,000-square-foot building on July 1, 2010 and the public programming on Jan. 1. After all, it was only a year ago when then Gov. David Paterson announced in his budget address that the APA would be closing the VICs in Paul Smiths and Newcomb  to  save  over  $500,000  annually and help the state close a multi-billion-dollar  budget  gap.  And,  as  2010 progressed  and  the  VIC  Transition Steering  Committee  was  formulating ideas to keep the two centers open to the public, in one form or another, both colleges  had  less  than  a  year  to  come  up with  solid  plans  that  would  fund  the buildings’ operations. For  many,  Jan.  29  was  an  emotional day at the Chili Ski Tasting event in Paul Smiths.  Event  organizers  from  the  college  and  the  VIC  friends  group,  the Adirondack Park Institute, were hoping for a warm public reception. The longtime volunteers who had once assisted APA  staff  with  environmental  education programs and special events were now  working  with  a  new  owner  they don’t know very well. Some former VIC staff and current APA staff were enjoying the festivities, witnessing history in the making while reminiscing about the many  memories  they  had  made  there. And the public was simply curious.  Susan Sweeney, Paul Smith’s College director of human resources, helped organize the Jan. 29 event and was taking photographs during the day. She serves on the VIC Transition Steering Committee and has made many memories herself at the VIC. “There  is  so  much  nostalgia  here,” Sweeney  said  in  an  interview  the  day before the event. “We want to take what

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Paul Smith’s College professor Bob Brhel drives a sleigh full of visitors at the Paul Smith VIC Jan. 29 during the Chili Ski Tasting event. Brhel is in charge of the college’s draft horse club. Photo by Andy Flynn

is here, modify it and improve it.” This  year,  Paul  Smith’s  College  will begin transforming the VIC from an interpretive center into a public building with  exhibits,  programs  and  new  tenants,  including  the Adirondack  Center for Writing, which has outgrown its office  space  in  the  college’s  administration  building.  In  addition  to  environmental education, there will be an emphasis  on  outdoor  recreation  and  the arts. And new trail events will be held on the VIC property, which was initially  a  2,885-acre  preserve  owned  by  the college  and  leased  by  the  APA.  A  new lease  agreement  in  2009  reduced  the preserve  to  about  1,400  acres.  The  college owns more than 14,000 acres. The  chili,  hot  drinks  and  cake  made for a party-type atmosphere on Jan. 29. It showed that the building was slowly coming  back  to  life  again  after  sitting empty,  save  for  a  few  maintenance workers,  for  28  days.  APA  staff  had closed the building to the public at the end of the day on Saturday, Oct. 9, 2010 —  Columbus  Day  weekend  —  so  they could pack up and move out before literally giving it to Paul Smith’s College on  Jan.  1.  The  trails  remained  open throughout the transition. In  Newcomb,  the  two-phase  transition began in June 2010 and finished six months  later.  Originally,  the  Paul Smiths  and  Newcomb  buildings  were expected to be handed over to new owners  on  Jan.  1,  2011,  with  the  APA  staff given that long to keep their jobs; however, since the SUNY-ESF fiscal year begins on July 1, it was decided to give the building  to  the  college  —  “turn-key” style — at that time. Therefore, June 30 was  the  last  day  the  APA  owned  the Newcomb  VIC. APA  staff  continued  to offer  public  programming  there  until Dec.  30,  their  last  day  of APA  employment.  SUNY-ESF  took  over  programming  on  Jan.  1  at  the  newly  named Adirondack Interpretive Center, which sits on 236 acres in the college-managed Huntington Wildlife Forest. Like  his  colleagues  at  Paul  Smith’s College, Paul Hai, program coordinator at SUNY-ESF’s AIC and nearby Adirondack Ecological Center, is also trying to reassure  the  public  that  the  Newcomb building  is  still  open.  And  while  the mission  will  change,  with  interpretation  of  the  Adirondack  Park’s  natural

and cultural resources as a focus rather than  visitor  services,  the  college  has made it clear that there are many years of public education left at the Newcomb facility. “We are here for the long haul,” said Hai, who has worked closely with VIC staff on programs since moving to Newcomb in 2008. “The APA made a tough choice  …  We're  really  hoping  we  can lessen that blow by keeping this center open.” In all, the APA cut eight full-time staff positions at the VICs in December, four at each facility. Two employees from the Paul Smiths building were able to transfer to APA headquarters in Ray Brook. Star Lake naturalist Peter O’Shea has known  many  of  the  APA  employees since he began leading trail walks at the Paul Smiths VIC when it opened in 1989 and the Newcomb VIC when it opened in 1990. He was mingling with some of his friends at the Chili Ski Tasting event after taking a snowshoe trip on the Boreal Life Trail. He saw tracks of a river otter, fisher, red fox, two coyotes, half a dozen  white-tailed  deer,  and  a  snowshoe  hare.  A  former  volunteer,  he  was also one of the curious visitors. “It’s  a  wonderful  day,”  O’Shea  said, looking around at the lobby full of people. “They (Paul Smith’s College) have made a wonderful start.” Although  the  Paul  Smiths  VIC  and Newcomb AIC are still open to the public,  neither  facility  will  continue  their former  role  as  official  New  York  State visitor centers, welcoming the traveling public to the 6-million-acre Adirondack Park.  Annual  visitation  has  been  between  20,000  and  30,000  at  the  Newcomb  center  and  between  60,000  and 75,000 at the Paul Smiths center. “The  Adirondack  Park  is  now  without  an  official  visitor  center,”  O’Shea said. “So there is something that is missing and the state will have to rectify.” The  Newcomb AIC  building  is  open 10  a.m.  to  4  p.m.  Tuesday  to  Saturday, and the trails are open daily from dawn to dusk. Call (518) 582-2000 for more information. Admission is free. The Paul Smith’s College VIC building is not currently open to the public; however, the trails are open daily from dawn to dusk and may be used for free. Call the PSC Conference  Services  Department  at (518) 327-6430 for more information.

Of Interest Learn to dance like the stars in North Creek NORTH CREEK — Come learn to dance at Johnsburg Central School with Paul Lo Guercio. He will offer a six-week class for adults to learn social dancing including the fox trot, waltz, swing, rhumba, tango, salsa, chacha, and merengue. Classes will be held on Tuesday evenings starting Jan. 25 from 7 - 8:30 p.m. in the cafetorium. Any student in 9-12 grades is invited to attend for free and the cost for adults is $30 per couple. All proceeds will support Johnsburg Youth Committee activities.

WIC clinic scheduled locally NORTH  CREEK — A WIC clinic, which provides supplemental foods and nutrition advice for women, infants, and children, will be hosted at the North Creek Firehouse from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. the first Wednesday of each month.  For details or to enroll, see: or call 761-6425.

Two arrest for drug sales WARRENSBURG —  Two  Warrensburg residents were arrested last week for drug charges  relating  to the  sale  of  prescription medications consisting  of  Fentanyl patches  and  Diazepam. Merle Frank Merle  Humiston, Humiston Salvaggio age  56,  and  her  son Frank V. Salvaggio III, age 33, following a several month investigation into the sale of prescription medications by the  Warren  County  Sheriff ’s  Narcotic  Enforcement  Unit and the Capital District Drug Enforcement Task Force. Humiston was charged with one count of Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance 3rd degree, a class B felony, and one count of Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance 5th degree, a class D felony. Salvaggio was charged with two counts of Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance 5th degree, a class D felony. Both  were  arraigned  in  Warren  County  Court.  Humiston  was  released  to  appear  at  a  later  date  and  Salvaggio was sent to the Warren County Correctional Facility with bail set at $5000.00 cash or $10,000.00 bond. The  investigation  remains  ongoing  and  additional  arrests are expected. 

Arrest made after snowmobile accident CHESTERTOWN — Warren County Sheriff ’s Office responded to a snowmobile accident with injury on Fox Lane last week. An investigation showed the operator failed to negotiate a left hand turn and became airborne and struck several trees. William M. Eddy, age 50, of Fishkill was airlifted to Albany Medical for treatment of injuries that were not lifethreatening.  He  was  arrested  for  common  law  Snowmobiling While Intoxicated and ticketed for imprudent speed after  refusing  a  blood  test.  He  is  scheduled  to  appear  in the Chestertown Court at a later date.

Yoga classes available at NCOC NORTH CREEK — Yoga classes are taught every Friday night at 5: 30 p.m. the North Creek Outreach Center. Debbie Philp from True North Yoga in Schroon Lake will lead her  all-level  flow  class.  Call  810-7871  for  more  information.

Minerva wants your old brooms MINERVA — Minerva  seeks  old  brooms  for  the  use  as broom-ball  brooms  at  the  skating  rink  at  Minerva  Lake. Contact Mike Corey at 251-5060 to donate.

ATCNRC seeks volunteers NORTH CREEK — The Adirondack Tri-County Nursing and  Rehabilitation  Center  seeks  anyone  wishing  to  volunteer  to  help  residents  with  fun  activities.  Call  Helen Miner at 251-3342 or Jamie Reynolds at 251-2447 for more information or to volunteer. 

JCSTA hosts alumni career day JOHNSBURG — The  Johnsburg  Central  School  Teachers’ Association (JCSTA) is hosting an Alumni Career Day on Friday, May 13 at 8 a.m. with a keynote address from alumnus  Wanda  Cook  Shapiro,  Class  of  1995.  Following the  morning  address,  students  and  community  members will have the opportunity to circulate throughout the gym and talk to successful JCS alumni. JCS alumni are welcome to be featured. Call 251-2814 for more information.

Trivia Nights hosted in Long Lake LONG LAKE — Trivia Nights will take place at various restaurants  throughout  Long  Lake  Wednesdays,  7  p.m. through Feb. 16. The winning team of each round will receive a free appetizer and the overall winner of the three rounds will receive a gift certificate to the host restaurant.  Open to all adults, ages 18 and up.


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