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March 13, 2010

A Denton Publication

Camp out


In Session

TREKS program gets kids out of the house and into the woods.

Looking back at local residents that participated in the Civil War.

Food Court is in during Odyssey of the Mind with Minerva students in Hudson Falls.

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Hornbeck Indian Lake plays for National Kidney Foundation appointment at standstill Snowshoe softball game raises $3,000 By Lindsay Yandon

ALBANY — Gov. David Paterson’s nomination of Peter Hornbeck to the Adirondack Park Agency Board will most likely not make it out of committee. According to State Sen. Elizabeth Little (R-Queensbury), senators serving on the Senate Finance Committee indicated March 3 that Hornbeck’s nomination will not be moved because there are not enough votes in support of it, and the governor ’s office has been advised as such.

INDIAN LAKE — Softball players gathered at Benton Field in Indian Lake Feb. 27 to play in a slow-pitch softball tournament with a little twist. They stepped into snowshoes and hit the field in order to raise funds for the National Kidney Foundation. Sponsored by Barefoot Wine, Indian Lake Restaurant, the Bear Trap and the town of Indian Lake, the event raised $3,000 that will be donated to the foundation. The tournament was organized by Elizabeth Cannan and she never thought it would reach that level of popularity. “I didn’t think it was going to be as big as it was and I am amazed at the support we received from the community,” she said. It featured 80 players on eight teams in a single elimination format. Over 175 people, however, attended the event as spectators.

See HORNBECK, page 10

See SOFTBALL, page 5

By Matt Bosley

Snowshoe softball participants strapped on their snowshoes to benefit the national Kidney Foundation on Feb. 27. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Cannan

Newcomb student lives and learns in Japan

Laura Tokarz spent three weeks in Japan as part of a Youth for Understanding exchange program. Photo by Lindsay Yandon

By Lindsay Yandon

A skier makes some fresh tracks on the Lower Moxham trail at Gore Mountain over the weekend. A group of skiers and riders hiked to the Eagle's Nest trail to sample some of the new trails on historic Little Gore Mountain. The complete interconnect will premiere next season and will feature trails that have not been skied since 1977. Photo by Rick Morse

NEWCOMB — Laura Tokarz, a junior at Newcomb Central School (NCS), traveled to Japan over a recent break and spent three weeks living with a Japanese family while immersing herself in a new culture and attending a local school. As part of NCS’s Youth for Understanding (YFU) program,

See JAPAN, page 10



SATURDAY March 13, 2010

Widlund Gallery features student art By Lindsay Yandon NORTH CREEK — Students from Johnsburg Central School will be associated with the likes of accomplished artists during the month of March as their artwork hangs in the Widlund Gallery at Tannery Pond Community Center for the eighth annual student art show. All 139 elementary art students will be showcasing at least one piece and nine high school students of Studio Art and Art History classes will present some of their work as well. “We have represented each art student at least once,” said Johnsburg art teacher Maria Glode. The work is primarily two-dimensional with some three-dimensional pieces. A sampling of some of the art to be on display will include third grade paintings based on the book by Giles Andreae called Giraffes Can’t Dance, illustrated by Guy Parker-Rees. Second graders will present torn paper owls, Greek mosaics as well as additional renditions of well-known art pieces. Several high school students chose their favorite works and then duplicated them on the tops of art room stools with free-hand

Mexican Yarn paintings as shown in the Widlund Gallery at Tannery Pond Community Center made by eighth graders at Johnsburg Central School.

drawing and acrylic paints. Renditions will include a variation from works of Salvador Dali to Peter Max. Also featured will be Mexican yarn paintings in the spirit of folk art tradition. The pieces are formed into intricate patterns with glue and yarn as opposed to the traditional hot wax and yarn substitute. Glode noticed an increased dedication in her students as they prepared their pieces to be shown to the community. “It makes them feel good to see their art hanging outside the walls of the school,” she said. “They work harder and take more pride in their work when they know it will be displayed.” One student, Irok Malikowski visited the art room on his own time in order to finish his Greek mosaic piece, according to Glode. His hard work paid off and his piece not hangs in the Widlund Gallery. The Exhibit opened on March 5 and will be open the entire month. The Widlund Gallery in Tannery Pond Community Center is located at 228 Main Street in North Creek and is open from Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. and on Sundays when the "Open" flag is out. For gallery information, call 251-2421 or visit the website at .

Photo by Lindsay Yandon

TREKS gets local youth into the wild By Lindsay Yandon NORTH CREEK — Local youth wilderness enthusiasts ventured into the forests surrounding Ski Bowl Park on Saturday to learn safe hiking and guiding techniques from TREKS leaders. TREKS, an outgrowth of the Johnsburg Youth Commission, has dedicated itself to providing activities for local children in order to get them out of the house and into the woods. It is in its first year of operation and is fashioned much like the Lake Placid Outing Club, which has been in operation for 20 years and has taken young people on many trips including hiking in the Alps and kayaking in the Caribbean. “We hope to develop a

safe appreciation in these children of the wilderness where we live,” said Rick Morse, TREKS leader and co-founder. Winter Survival Day as it was named stressed the importance of learning to survive in cold temperatures. Participants joined local DEC forest ranger Steve Ovitt and fellow leaders Morse and Steve Tomb in classroom learning as well as practical situations outside. They hiked away from the park and began to set up camp as if they were going to spend the night in the woods. “The emphasis was on having fun and what to do in case of an emergency,” said Morse. Participants included Todd Millington, Patrick McCarroll, Shannon Ovitt,

Seamus Tomb, Brendan Tomb, and Casey Tomb. Morse acknowledged that these skills are necessary for safe lifetime activities and are also useful for making money in this area. Local rafting and hiking present many guide opportunities. “Guiding involves skills,” said Morse. “TREKS kids go to the woods and waters to gain a sense of adventure and learn to safely navigate the terrain.” TREKS has planned another trip to the Albany indoor rock gym for April 19. They are looking for interested youth as well as adult volunteers for this trip as well as to become leaders with TREKS. Contact TREKS co-founder Kelly Nessle at for more information or to sign up.

Participating TREKS youth build a fire in the woods near Ski Bowl Park under the guidance of leader Steve Ovitt. Photo by Rick Morse


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Crane Concert Choir to perform at Tannery Pond Community Center NORTH CREEK — The Crane School of Music’s Concert Choir will be performing in North Creek on Friday, March 19 at 7:30 p.m. at the Tannery Pond Community Center as part of the Upper Hudson Musical Arts 2009-2010 guest series. North Creek resident and Johnsburg graduate Heather Osowiecki, a student at the Crane School is a member of the chorus. Concert Choir performs on a semester basis at the Crane Choral Extravaganzas, as well as in the annual Candlelight Concerts in Dec. and the Spring Festival in May. They also have several off-campus performances each year at a variety of

school districts, churches, and community centers. Since service through music performance is such an important part of the Crane students’ goals as musical leaders, the choir will be working with Johnsburg Central School music students before their performance. In their upcoming program, the Crane Concert Choir will be performing pieces by Monteverdi, Byrd, Hassler, Scarlatti, Brahms, Forrest, Barnwell, Eakin, Lennon and McCartney, Miskinis, Argento, as well as arrangements by André Thomas and Rollo Dilworth. Several students will also be featured in solo and small

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Seventh and eighth grade students from Johnsburg Central School practice during middle school band rehearsal with band teacher, Mr. John Delappa. Photo by Nancy Frasier


GED Program Available at North Country Outreach NORTH CREEK – The North Country Outreach Center is pleased to announce that it is again offering a free GED program for all ages. The classes take place every Thursday evening at 7 p.m. at the Center. Rick Morse and Sue Allison will oversee this program, which will primarily rely on volunteers to assist students. More volunteers are currently needed for one on one help and other program assistance. Anyone interested in either taking this course or volunteering should contact the Outreach Center at 251-3481.

Census week at North Warren kindergarten NORTH WARREN — Warren Central School will conduct Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten Census Week from March 15 - 19. Children who will be five years old on or before Dec. 1, 2010 are eligible for kindergarten. Children who will be four years old on or before Dec. 1, 2010 are eligible for Pre-K. Parents should contact the elementary school office at 494-3015 ext. 704 Information obtained during “Census Week” will be used to mail informational packets to all Pre-K and Kindergarten eligible students in the district.

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Crochet class at Johnsburg Library JOHNSBURG — A basic crochet class will be taught at the Town of Johnsburg Library March 20 from 1 - 4 p.m. Helene Goodman will lead the class. Her next class is scheduled for April 17, from 1 - 4 p.m. and she will teach how to crochet a handbag or rug using plastic grocery bags. Please call the library for more information or to register. This class is free, so start saving plastic bags.

Kindergarten Roundup at Johnsburg JOHNSBURG — Kindergarten Roundup for Johnsburg Central School will be held on March 29. If you have a child that will be five years old on or before Dec. 1, 2010 and have not received a letter concerning Kindergarten Roundup, call the Principal’s office at 251-3504.

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Softball From page 1

The winning team, Team Fierce poses for a photo after bringing home a championship title at the snowshoe softball game. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Cannan

Garden Club to host luncheon INDIAN LAKE — The Indian Lake Garden Club will kick off its 2010 activities during their Traditional Potluck Luncheon at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, March 17 at the Town of Indian Lake Ski Hut located on Route 30. In addition to enjoying a delicious meal, the Potluck Luncheon is an opportunity to meet club members and to join the Indian Lake Garden Club. The Pot Luck Luncheon is free to guests and new members are welcome.

Lenten program at St. Henry’s LONG LAKE — St. Henry's Church in Long Lake will offer a Lenten Program with a soup supper on Thursday, March 18 at 5:30 p.m. in the Parish Center. Deacon Gerald Savage of the Tupper Lake Catholic communities will give the message. All are welcome to attend.

‘See and Ski’ offer extended TUPPER LAKE — The Wild Center and Big Tupper Ski Area are extending the popular ‘See and Ski’ offer until March 28. Originally intended to end on March, 7, both The Wild Center and Big Tupper agreed to take advantage of the dump of snow over the past few days. With a base depth between 14 and 20 inches, the 8 inches that recently blanketed the region has been expertly groomed to make for some of the best skiing and riding this winter. People who purchase either a ticket to The Wild Center or a day pass to ski at Big Tupper will get a pass to the other venue for free. Both the ski mountain and the Center have adult tickets priced at $15, and the free ticket can be redeemed until March 28th. Learn more at and at

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Cannan remembers when snowshoe softball was once an event at the annual Winterfest celebration, but has since disappeared. She wanted to bring the tradition back to Indian Lake. “I wanted to see this event continue and thought a benefit event was the perfect opportunity,” she said. Team Fierce, made up of all Indian Lake residents, took the tournament championship. Cannan was pleased with the results and hopes to make the tournament an annual event with the continued support from her volunteers. “An event can be planned to perfection, but will never be a success without volunteers,” she said.






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o not forget to turn clocks ahead this weekend. We are almost to spring, but March in the Adirondacks can bring lots of snow. The smell of maple syrup is in the air. Many are getting ready to tap or have already started the process. Hope it will be a good year. There is nothing like real maple syrup on pancakes and waffles. There was about 160 people at the friendship gathering for Myrtle and Elmer Buyce. It was held at the Thurman Baptist Church. There was great food and many family members there. Over 30 people took Rose Allen to China Town on Saturday to celebrate her birthday. It was a beautiful day and fun chat. Ron and Brandy Millington and daughter, Tearyn from Allegany County enjoyed the weekend with family. The Monday night youth group from the Calvary Bible Church in Wevertown enjoyed a great weekend at Word of Life in Schroon Lake. All of Rick Kenyon's family gathered for his birthday celebration on Sunday. Earl Allen and Alonzo Conlon visited Ona Dunkley on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allan McDonald stayed with his sister and family, Ron and Kathy Allen over the weekend. They visited Allan's Mom, Emma Parsons in the hospital. Events On March 13, is the yearly meal/sugar-on-snow gathering at the Athol Town Hall. The event sill raise money for the cancer foundation. There is always good music and food. Happy Birthday Gary Millington Jr, Gert Howe, Debby Aldous, Scotty Jo Millington, Kelly Russell and Taylor Beavers. Happy Anniversary Gary and Robin Wolper. Enjoy each and every day.

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Question of the month: What is your favorite genre of books to read and why? I like non-fiction because I like to learn about dinosaurs and study them. I also like outer space books because astronauts can float in the air. Brayden Bush - Kindergarten - Newcomb Central School I like to read Dora books because I like Dora so much. I don’t like to read any other books. Aleesha Washburn - Kindergarten - Johnsburg Central School My favorite genre is rhyming nonfiction because it is fun to read. Austin Washburn - Grade 1 - Johnsburg Central School


on’t miss the great spring skiing out there now! The railroad track south from North Creek is going to be good for a while, past where the power line crosses the river. I also skied in towards Moose Pond off the Santanoni trail on Sunday afternoon and it was excellent skiing once the sun softened the “concrete.” Everyone I met was grinning ear to ear. Unfortunately, there are few other choices around here for novices or old-timers like me, where a long distance trail (seven miles to Moose Pond) is fairly flat and the snow stays late. On March 11, I picked my way through a foot of snow in a Warrensburg parking lot when a light, high trilling caught my attention. Above me in the small trees a flock of sleek cedar waxwings was eating the tiny dried (unknown to me) fruits. As I tried to get a better look at the birds, they would move to another tree, but they weren’t about to leave the bonanza. I don’t see them in winter up here, but I read that they move in flocks all winter from one area to another in search of berries - feeding until a source is gleaned bare. Unfortunately, many of the berries they find now are on invasive shrubs that spread by means of bird droppings. Cedar waxwings get their name from the small native tree, redcedar (one word), actually a juniper, where they feed on the tiny cones. We have very few in the Adirondacks, though, they are common farther north in calcitic areas of Canada. Waxwing food is 70 percent berries, flowers and sap, with insects being an important food for the young for just their first few days. After that, the adults carry berries, up to 30 chokecherries at a time, in pouches in their necks to feed the young. They also do a lot of fly-catching from snags along the Hudson in the summer, landing on rocks in the river between flights. Indicative of their vegetarian diet is that flocks of

My favorite genre is nonfiction. I can learn about people who no longer live who are important to the USA. Kurt Fuller - Grade 3 - Johnsburg Central School I like mysteries the most because it keeps me guessing who the villain is and because it builds suspense. Ryan Haneman - Grade 3 - Newcomb Central School My favorite genre is mystery because it is interesting to read because Goosebumps is a mystery and i like to read Goosebumps. Connor LaRose - Grade 4 - Johnsburg Central School

waxwings hang out together well into the summer when almost everyone else is busy raising young. They have been known to nest into early October, because they wait until berries mature in late summer to breed. They use berries in their courtship to feed the intended spouse and they will pass a berry down a long line of birds in a social situation. One source says that one bird that sits on a weak tip of a berried branch will pick and pass berries on down a line of birds so they can all have some. I’m not sure I believe this, but they certainly have a strong inclination to feed each other. I once saw a waxwing feeding a young phoebe that was sitting on a snag along the Hudson! As phoebes also eat dried berries early in the spring when cold weather shuts down any insect activity, this did seem likely the fledgling would eat a berry without force feeding by an over-enthusiastic waxwing. Cedar waxwings are common throughout New York State. Because they are very “tame” and thrive in open areas with many shrubs, suburbs probably agree with them and farmland works too. Whereas many birds in these areas are decimated by cowbirds laying eggs in their nests, many waxwings either desert a nest with a cowbird egg in it early on, eject the egg, or damage it so it does not hatch. Many other species have not yet figured out how to deal with cowbirds, which have recently spread from the midwest where they followed bison as they moved through the prairie. The cowbirds had to lay an egg in a handy nest, then move on with their hosts. The red waxy tips on the wing feathers seem to be signs of maturity, and older birds use this signal to find other experienced birds to breed with. Studies show that these older pairs raise more young than “spring chickens”. Anyone who spends enough time watching wildlife will see behaviors no one else has ever seen. I once saw and heard a waxwing singing on the top of a small balsam— and I mean singing. Nowhere can I find mention of the song, four different clear tones repeated over and over. I went back with a recorder the next day but of course the bird wasn’t there.

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n preparation of my Sept. 2011 Tannery Pond Community Center Presentation, I’d appreciate hearing if you have any pictures, diaries or information on these men or from past lists in this column. Please contact me at 215-3009 or Thanks. Glenn L. Pearsall Gardner, Martin V. Son of Rufus P. Gardner; mother ’s name unknown. Enlisted in Johnsburg for three years with the 118th NY Volunteer Infantry on Aug 13, 1862. Taken as prisoner and held at the Confederate Prison in Salisbury, North Carolina. Released from prison Feb. 22, 1865 and made it home to Minerva, only to die a few days later; probably as a result of his prison experiences.

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Hewett, Dudley B. Born March 7, 1842 in Johnsburg, son of Barney Hewett and his wife Celinda (Smith). Married when he enlisted Aug. 8, 1862 in Johnsburg for three years as a sergeant in Co. E of the 96th NY Volunteer Infantry. Survived the war and discharged June 28, 1865 in Manchester, VA. Hewett, Miles Baker Born March 14, 1843 in Johnsburg, son of Enock Baker Hewett and his wife Lucy (Ingalls). Enlisted on New

Confederate Heavy Artillery Fortification at Drewry's Bluff, VA. Nelson Hitchcock of Johnsburg was killed attacking a position like this at the Battle of Drewry's Bluff in 1864. Photo courtesy of The Photographic History of the Civil War in Ten Volumes, 1911

Year ’s Eve 1861 in Johnsburg for three years. Served as a private in the 16th Heavy Artillery until discharged in Aug. 1863. Re-enlisted Dec. 28, 1863 for three years in Warrensburg and served as a corporal in Co. I of the 96th NY Volunteer Infantry. Wounded in the right arm and discharged Aug. 24, 1865. Hitchcock, Norman Wilson Born March 5, 1836 in Johnsburg, son of John Mack Hitchcock and Phebe (Morehouse). Enlisted Aug. 22, 1861 for three years as a private in the 93rd NY Volunteer Infantry. Seems to have re-enlisted at some point because he was not discharged until Sept. 18, 1865 - over four years later. Hitchcock, Nelson Born April 13, 1832, Norman’s older brother. Enlisted March 1864 for three years as a private in Co. H, 96th NY Volunteer Infantry. Killed at the Battle of Drewry’s Bluff near Petersburg, VA on May 15th - only about 60 days after he had enlisted.

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arch is a month replete with adages, old wives’ tales, customs, and celebrations. First, March is reputed to “Come in like a lion and go out like a lamb,” but March is a trickster who has been known to reverse these roles. Shakespeare admonished, “Beware the Ides (15th) of March.” He penned that warning to

Julius Caesar in 1599, but the superstitious among us heed it to this day. It is right up there with Friday the 13th as a day to WATCH OUT! Once we get past midmonth, its time to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. My maiden name began with McC, but you don’t have to be Irish to make corned beef and cabbage, eat Irish soda bread or drink green beer.

The wearin’ of the Green is practiced by many Irish wannabes, this writer included. I’ve even been known to wear shamrock earrings. March 17 is a happy day of parades and parties. Finally, after St. Patty’s Day, we can look forward to March 20, the first day of spring. Back on Feb. 2, Punxsutawney Phil, the famous PA groundhog saw his shadow. This ushered in six more weeks of winter. But, now TIME’S UP! Winter must release the land from her frosty grip and let the March lamb romp into April.


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Food Court: Minerva Students on Trial By Mike Corey HUDSON FALLS — Like peas in a pod, the jury waited, the cranky pineapple presiding over this court of comestibles. The broccoli had accused the dragon fruit and a

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teams were also given on-the-spot, spontaneous problems that they had to solve on their own – these are problems that they did not learn about until they were presented with them the day of the competition. Overall, the teams did well, although they did not come in first in their respective divisions. The first place teams in the Hudson Falls competition gained the opportunity to travel to Binghamton on March 27 to represent their region at the “States”, which includes teams competing from regions throughout New York State. MCS Division II team members included Steven Coletti, Danny Dunbar, Jacob Galusha, Black Piper, and Ryan Tucker. Division III team members included Toni Dunbar, Tara Galusha, Aleynah Gardinier, Tatsuki, Miyazato, Chirayu Ueawiriyanukun, Christopher O’Connor, and Chirayu Ueawiriyanukun (“Chi”). “These were great teams to coach, and we had a great run,” said Corey. A special thanks goes to MCS art teacher Patsy Sullivan for allowing the teams to use her art room for so much of the preparation time. Thanks, also, to Mrs. Lisa Fabin, Mrs. Heidi Kelly and the custodial staff at MCS and to the teachers and administration for all their support. A big thanks to the parents of these hard-working students for being flexible with schedules and doing what they could to make sure their kids made it to and from school for practices.






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InBrief Minerva Day planning meeting scheduled MINERVA — It's now time to start planning for Minerva Day, 2010. There will be a planning meeting for the event on Wednesday, March 17 at 7 p.m. at the Minerva Town Hall, before the regular Minerva Park and Recreation meeting. All organizations and interested individuals are welcome to attend.

Japan From page 1 Tokarz was the first student to travel to another country. YFU is a non-profit educational organization, which offers opportunities for young people around the world to spend time with a host family in another culture with the help of scholarship monies. “Laura grew tremendously from her experiences,” said NCS Superintendent Skip Hults. “We have seen changes in maturity and confidence — both for the better.” Tokarz went through a crash course in Japanese with Shiori Takagi, an international student from Japan who has been attending NCS this year. After six weeks of intensive language learning, she was off to Japan. “Even with Shiori’s help it was so hard to communicate,” said Tokarz. “School was especially difficult.” Despite the language barrier, however, she found that education in Japan is similar to the education she receives in America. They take all the same classes, she said. Not everything was similar for Tokarz, however. She noticed some of the cultural differences right away. “They don’t hug,” she said. “It was weird for me to see friends never hug each other.” Tokarz is hopeful about any opportunity to return to Japan in the near future. “I would definitely go back,” she said. “It was an amazing experience to get to understand another culture.” Tokarz will make a presentation to the Newcomb School Board in the coming weeks about her travels. She brought her school uniform, yen, and magazines among other souvenirs from Japan to show off. She is eager to encourage other Newcomb students to take advantage of YFU. There is an upcoming opportunity for one student to spend a summer in Finland. “I would recommend it to anyone,” she said. “Being there is so much better than text book examples.” NCS Superintendent, Skip Hults noted that he is pleased that the YFU program is now a “two-way street” as Newcomb plans to send more students abroad. “My hope is that through people like Laura, we generate a long-term interest in the program,” said Hults.

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Deer take way down in the northern zone


he poor deer take in the northern zone last season is no longer a rumor.

While hunters harvested 222,800 deer statewide during the 2009 season — nearly the same as 2008 — the deer take in the northern zone was down nearly 20 percent, state officials said last week. Even more telling was the buck take, which dropped from 20,726 in 2008 to 16,279 in 2009 — a drastic 27 percent reduction. The total deer take in the northern zone was 28,464 in 2009 compared to 33,938 in 2008. Some local hunting clubs estimate the take was down by 40 percent or more, the worst season they’ve seen in decades, and the numbers seem to follow my prediction of the deer take being lower in region’s hardest hit by the winters of 2007 and 2008. Take, for example, Warren, Essex and Hamilton counties. In 2007, hunters killed 1,192 bucks in Essex County, 964 in Hamilton County and 637 in Warren County. In 2008, that number rose to 1,244 bucks in Essex; 1,298 in Hamilton and 722 in Warren. But, in 2009, the take dropped drastically to 873 in Essex, 430 in Warren and just 510 in Hamilton — more than a 50 percent decline. All this means that if you tagged a buck last year, consider yourself in fortunate company. Some hunters have criticized the state’s policy against feeding deer saying it contributes to the mortality rate — especially during severe winters. But, wildlife officials say deer populations tend to be cyclical, and the herd is sure to rebound, especially after the mild conditions experienced this winter. The DEC also noted a motivating factor behind the feeding ban was to stop the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease, which was first detected in New York in 2005. The spread of CWD has, at least for now, been held in check. More than 30,000 deer have been tested since 2005, without one positive case of CWD found. State officials generally refute the argument there were less deer last year and instead blame the unusually warm November experienced by northern zone hunters for the poor take here. But, senior wildlife biologist Ed Reed said in some of Region 5, especially southern parts of the region, other factors contributed to the low deer take. “The past two winters in southern Hamilton County, Warren County, and northern Washington, Saratoga, and Fulton counties were harsher than average and we did experience some winter kill,” Reed said. “Also, in both of those winters, the deep snow came very early, well before the end of the regular season, causing some deer to begin moving toward wintering areas while hunting season was still

open, making them more vulnerable to hunters.” Some hunters are aware of deer migration routes and concentrate their efforts on those routes when the snow comes early, Reed said. “The increased buck harvest, as a result, will reduce the buck harvest the next year or two. For example, the 2008 buck harvest in Hamilton County was the highest since 1969, but, in 2009, it dropped off significantly.” The silver lining, Reed said, is the low harvest in 2009 coupled with this winter ’s mild weather should mean better deer numbers this fall. For a complete breakdown of the statewide deer take, including calculations by county and town, go to

Program aimed at improving balance In the interest of getting older folks up and enjoying outdoor activities, Adirondack guide Elizabeth Lee of Westport and Willsboro-based physical therapist and personal trainer Brian Trzaskos will team up to present a unique program to the public on balance, aging and outdoor living. The free event will be held this Tuesday, March 16, from 10:30 -11:30 a.m. at the Wallonsburgh Grange. People of all ages are encouraged to attend. Lee said the program will offer specific ideas and incentives for adults to resume outdoor activities they enjoy. Paramount to that, however, is a sense of security, she said. “I think a lot of older people have a real fear of falling and an uncertainty about safe terrain which keeps them from enjoying outdoor activities — especially during the winter months,” Lee said. At the March 16 program, Trzaskos will share in-depth knowledge of lifestyle patterns and physical dynamics which can improve balance and flexibility at all ages. Lee said she hopes many residents will attend and, in turn, feel more comfortable with pursuing an active lifestyle at any age. For more information, contact Lee at 962-4756 or John Gereau is managing editor of Denton Publications and an avid outdoorsman. He can be reached at

Hornbeck From page 1 “We were told yesterday that there were, at most, 14 votes in support of the nomination,” said Dan Mac Entee, spokesman for Little. “The committee consists of 32 senators, so a vote would fall short of the amount needed to advance it to the Senate floor for consideration by the full body.” Paterson had nominated Hornbeck, a canoe builder and environmentalist from Olmstedville, for the seat held by Lake Placid businessman Arthur Lussi, who remains on the board even though his term expired June 30. In a March 4 press release, Little said many of her colleagues, both Republican and Democrat, have shared her concern over the ethical issues Hornbeck’s nomination posed. “This appointment raised a lot of concern locally and many North Country elected, political, business and civic leaders made that known to senators on both sides of the aisle,” said Little. Hornbeck is a member of Protect the Adirondacks!, an environmental organization that filed a lawsuit against the Adirondack Park Agency in January for its decision not to classify Lows Lake as Wilderness. The group has also opposed development projects in the park, namely the proposed resort at Big Tupper Ski Area. “A clear and compelling argument was made that Peter ’s affiliation as a member of the board of directors of an environmental group that had just sued the APA was not the right fit,” Little said. “It presented a conflict of interest.” Little led opposition to Hornbeck’s appointment in the Environmental Conservation Committee, which ultimately approved his nomination Feb. 22 despite concerns from many committee members. The committee’s chair, Antoine Thompson (D-Buffalo) said Paterson had called repeatedly in an attempt to expedite Hornbeck’s appointment. Jason Koppel, chief of staff to Senate Finance Committee Chairman Carl Kruger, said last week that Paterson’s choice of Hornbeck is undergoing an in-depth review following the conflict of interest claims. Koppel stressed the appointment is still under review and not officially defeated. He also noted that finance has hundreds of appointments on its docket and the approval process is backlogged several months. On Tuesday, finance approved 24 appointments, some dating back as far as April 2009. Hornbeck’s rejection would allow Lussi to remain in his seat until he or another nominee is approved. Little, together with many other local leaders, has been calling for his reappointment. “As I’ve said before, Art Lussi has done a good job in the one term he has served as an APA commissioner and a second term is something I’m confident many people would support,” Little said. WNBZ’s Jon Alexander contributed to this report

Ongoing NORTH CREEK – The North Country Outreach Center is offering a free GED program for all ages every Thursday evening at 7 p.m. at the Center. Anyone interested in either taking this course or volunteering should contact the Outreach Center at 251-3481. NEWCOMB — Newcomb Mt. Quilters meeting 1st Monday and 3rd Thursday of each month at 7 pm at Newcomb Fire Hall. NORTH CREEK — The Town of Johnsburg library hosts a pre-school story hour and crafts every Friday from 10 - 11 am. NORTH CREEK — The North Creek American Legion Post 629 holds monthly meetings the third Tuesday of every month at 3:30 pm at the firehouse. All old and new members are welcome. JOHNSBURG — Millennium Choral groups meets every Monday at 7 pm at JCS for rehearsals. JOHNSBURG — The Town of Johnsburg Library Board of Trustees meets the first Wednesday of each month at the library at 5:30pm. The public is welcome to attend. JOHNSBURG — Fine Arts Group meets Tuesdays from 9:30-noon at the Wevertown Community Center, Rt. 28 at Rt. 8 September through June. Multiple mediums are addressed and all levels of talent are welcome. Local watercolor artist Kate Hartley teaches/guides us on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays. The group is funded in part by the Town of Johnsburg. NORTH CREEK — Johnsburg Central School Pre-school Story Time for three and four year olds on Mondays, 10:30-11:15 am in the elementary library. Contact Mr. Eric Gelber 2512921 ext. 3804. Begins October 6 and runs till June. MINERVA — Planet Minerva meeting 2nd Wednesday of each month at town hall, 7 pm. NORTH CREEK — The Gore Mt. Senior Citizens meet the 4th Monday of

each month at the Meal Site in North Creek at 5:30 pm for a covered dish followed by our meeting. All over 55 are invited to join. NORTH CREEK — Free transportation for town of Johnsburg seniors age 60 and over to Glens Falls and Queensbury for shopping and medical appointments every Thursday. Call Barbara Lynch at 251-5546 for more information. WEVERTOWN — Johnsburg Historical Society meeting 1 pm. every 1st Monday of month at the JHS office. Hours are Mondays 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at Wevertown Community Center. Contact 251-5788. JOHNSBURG - Take Off Pounds Sensibly will meet at 5:15pm on Tuesdays at RWJ United Methodist Church. For information call 251-3625 or 623-3509. LONG LAKE — Fancy Fibers Knitters meet at Adirondack Fibers 7-9 pm every Tuesday. JOHNSBURG — Play Group, sponsored by The Baby’s Place, meets on the first, second and third Tuesday, Sept. – June, from 10 – 11:30 am, at the Outreach Center, on Rt. 28. All babies and young children, under four years of age, are welcome to attend with a parent or other caregiver. For more info, or to arrange a ride, phone 251-4425 or 251-4460, and ask for Teresa or Joyce. INDIAN LAKE — Senior citizen's bingo, Mondays 12:30 - 3 pm at the Senior citizens meal site. For more information call 648-5412.

Friday March 12 INDIAN LAKE — Movie “The Lightning Thief” at the Indian Lake Theater at 7 p.m. Call 648-5950 for more information.

Saturday March 13 INDIAN LAKE — Movie “The Lightening Thief” at the Indian Lake Theater at 7 p.m. Call 648-5950 for more information. THURMAN — Maple Sugar Party

Entertainment and all you can eat buffet, $10 adults, $5 children at the Thurman Town Hall, 4 p.m. For more information, visit or call 623-2909. NORTH CREEK — Free Community Dance, 7 p.m. at TPCC. Duggan calling Square, Circle, Reels and Contra Dances. No experience is needed. Contact Elise Widlund at 251-3711 for more information. LONG LAKE — Moonlighter ’s Annual St. Patrick’s Dinner at The Long Lake Diner.

Sunday March 14 INDIAN LAKE — Movie “The Lightening Thief” at the Indian Lake Theater at 4 p.m. Call 648-5950 for more information. BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — Native American History with Darren Bonaparte Mohawk storyteller to share epic stories of the Iroquois Confederacy at the Adirondack Museum at 1:30 p.m. $5 for non-members. Visit for more information.

Tuesday March 16 LONG LAKE — Cooking Class at the Long Lake Town Hall Nutrition Site at 6 p.m. Call 624-3077 to sign up. A minimum of 8 are required.

Wednesday March 17 NORTH CREEK — Steve HerubinTraditional Irish Tunes and More at the Copperfield from 7 - 10 p.m. Visit or call 2519808 for more information. JOHNSBURG — Friends of the Johnsburg library monthly meeting, 5:15 p.m. at the library. MINERVA — Minerva Day, 2010 planning meeting at 7 p.m. at the Minerva Town Hall. INDIAN LAKE — Indian Lake Garden Club Traditional Potluck Luncheon at 11:30 a.m. at the Town of Indian Lake Ski Hut located on Route 30.

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NEWS ENTERPRISE - 13 ny with the Secretary of State was February 3, 2010. THIRD: The county in New York in which the office is located is WARREN County. FOURTH: The secretary of state is designated as agent of the registered limited liability company upon whom process against it may be served. The post office address within or without this state to which the department of state shall mail a copy of any process served against it is: 536 Glen Street, Glens Falls, New York 12801. FIFTH: The business purposes of the company is to engage in any lawful act or activity for which a limited liability company may be organized under the Limited Liability Law of the State of New York JOHN H. RICHARDS, ESQ. Attorney and Counselor at Law 33 Park Street P.O. Box 389 Glens Falls, New York 12801 518.745.5067 NE-2/27-4/3/10-6TC63018 --------------------------------

5. The members of the LLC are Jeffery Greene and Jeffery W. Greene. The inclusion of the name of a person(s) in this notice does not indicate that such person(s) are personally liable for the debts, obligations or liabilities of the LLC and such personal liability, if any, under applicable law is neither increased nor decreased by reason of this notice 6. The duration of this LLC in perpetual 7. The character and purpose of the business of the LLC shall be to undertake any lawful act or activity in which a limited liability company may engage under the laws of the State of New York; all subject to and in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations NE-2/20-3/27/10-6TC63012 -------------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION OF NEW YORK LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY PURSUANT TO NEW YORK LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY LAW SECTION 206(C) FIRST: The name of the registered limited liability company is: OTTAWA STREET RENTALS, LLC SECOND: The date of filing of the registration of the limited liability compa-

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DONATE VEHICLE: RECEIVE $1000 GROCERY COUPON. NOAH’S ARC SUPPORT NO KILL SHELTERS, RESEARCH TO ADVANCE VETERINARY TREATMENTS FREE TOWING, TAX DEDUCTIBLE, NONRUNNERS ACCEPTED 1-866-912-GIVE DONATE YOUR CAR, “Food on Wheels .Org” Program, Family Relief Services, TaxDeduction. Receipt Given On-The-Spot, Any Condition, FREE TOW within 3 hrs ,1800-364-5849, 1-877-44-MEALS. DONATE YOUR CAR. FREE TOWING “Cars for Kids” Any Condition. Tax Deductible Outreach Center 1-800-521-7566 DONATE YOUR CAR. FREE TOWING. “Cars for Kids”. Any condition. Tax deductible Outreach Center. 1-800-597-9411

DONATE YOUR CAR, Boat or Real Estate. Fully Tax Deductible. IRS Recognized Charity. Free Pick-Up & Tow. Any Model or Condition. Help Needy 1-800-930-4543

CARS FOR SALE 1982 CJ7, 304V8, fiberglass body. 1974 & 1980 Jeep pick ups. 1984-34’ RV motor home. 1992 Yamaha 4x4 Big Bear 350. 1993 commercial box van 14’. 1995 Dodge Stratus. 1995 Olds Aurora. 1995 Ford Bronco 33” tires, lift kit, & full size, runs excellent. 4 way plows & plow frames. 1998 3500 Dodge Van, 1995 Jeep Cherokee 4x4 518-5973270.

1995 FORD F150, 5 speed, 2 wheel drive, needs some work, $499 518-251-0178 1998 FORD F150, V6, 5 speed, 4 wheel drive, 260K, runs well, needs muffler & tailpipe, new brakes, new fueltank & other parts $1100 O.B.O. 518-546-3166 after 5p.m.

MOTORCYCLE/ ATV 2005 360 Kawasaki,4-wheeler,4wd,Red, $2500. 518-962-2376 HARLEY SPORTSTER, 2 seater $75 518623-3763 Customer Satisfaction is our trademark and our reputation.

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

SNOWMOBILE FOR SALE 2002 SKIDOO 500 MXZ liquid cooled, 1700 miles, show room condition, runs great $3000 518-597-9412

DONATE YOUR CAR: To The Cancer Fund of America. Help Those Suffering With Cancer Today. Free Towing and Tax deductible. 1-800-835-9372 DONATE YOUR VEHICLE UNITED BREAST CANCER FOUNDATION. Free Mammogram RECEIVE $1000 GROCERY COUPON 1-888-4685964

2002 YAMAHA SX Viper 700 triple. Low miles. Adult owned & maintained. Has extras. $2500. 518-566-6940.

Out with the old, in with the new! Sell what you don’t want. Check the Classified Superstore.



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MSRP $17,910

MSRP $23,115


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STK# 107047

Auto! MSRP $31,565





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MSRP $36,415

33,034 OR GET 0%FOR UP TO 60MO. BUY FOR ONLY ....$

Loaded! MSRP $56,500





8,495 $9,995 $9,995 $10,995 $11,895 $11,995 $13,995 $13,995 $14,895 $14,995 $15,995

STK#097070A, 4X4, AUTOMATIC, CONVERTIBLE TOP, 37,669 MILES ..........



STK#1358, AUTOMATIC, GREEN, 25,064 MILES ......................................


STK#101028A, 2WD, P/W, P/L, 42,265 MILES ..........................................


STK#107015A, AUTOMATIC, 4X4, SLT, 60,000 MILES...........................


STK#107015A, AWD, AUTOMATIC, 1 OWNER, 61,948 MILES..................


STK#1365, P/W, P/L, AUTOMATIC, CRUISE CONTROL, 32,788 MILES .........


STK#107008A, EXT C, 66,864 MILES .................................................


STK#1348, LE, P/W, P/L, CRUISE, A/C, 27,597 MILES .............................

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STK#101014A, SUNROOF, I-TOURING, 32,498 MILES ...........................


STK#097177A, PLOW WORK TRUCK, 61,171 MILES ............................



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STK#091097A, 48,876 MILES...........................................................



STK#1368, BLACK, POWER EVERYTHING, 25,458 MILES .......................


STK#1362, 4X4, X-PKG, 22,252 MILES ...............................................


STK#1342, SLT, LEATHER SUNROOF, 36,995 MILES................................


STK#097182A, 57,654 MILES...........................................................


STK#1340, 1 OWNER, LEATHER, SUNROOF, 31,440 MILES .....................


STK#107030A, 3,344 MILES ..........................................................


STK#097172A, PLOW, P/W, P/L, CRUISE, 30,399 MILES..........................


STK#1366, 4x4, LT, 27,255 MILES....................................................


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