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April 10, 2010

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Happy Easter

North River family buys home with help of Housing Trust.

There was infantry, cavalry but some men chose heavy artillery.

Easter egg hunt and plenty of prizes and sweets for Minerva’s little ones.

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Paterson seeks pay freeze, unions refuse

NYS budget proposal threatens ski areas

By Jon Alexander

Includes cuts in ORDA funding

Gore Mountain receives all of its operational funding from the Olympic Regional Development Authority (ORDA). If the NYS Senate budget becomes a reality, those funds would be lost. Photo by Lindsay Yandon

By Lindsay Yandon

Avery Bayse collects the Easter eggs she found and puts them in her basket at Minerva’s Easter egg hunt sponsored by It’s About Thyme Farm in Olmstedville. Photo by Mike Corey

ALBANY — Unions representing state employees aren’t about to let Gov. David Paterson strip state workers of their contractual pay raises. Faced with an estimated $9.2 billion 2010-2011 budget deficit, Paterson renewed his calls last week for state employees to relinquish their guaranteed 4 percent pay raises. “I cannot overstate the magnitude of the fiscal problems that we face in this state,” Paterson said. “I will continue to stand up for the taxpayers, even if it means our budget is late, because a responsible budget is more important than when it is passed.” But Public Employees Federation President Ken Brynien didn’t mince words about the likelihood of the 58,000 state employees he represents coming to the negotiation table. “The PEF will not reopen its contract with the state,” he said. “Until the state moves decisively to slash

See FREEZE, page 6

Newcomb Lions Club participates in adopt-a-platoon program Send soldier’s little tastes of home while deployed By Lindsay Yandon

LAKE PLACID — Of the three budget proposals that are being discussed in Albany, one includes a cut in funding that would inevitably cripple several local economies. The proposed budget in the Senate would cut all funding for the Olympic Regional Development Authority (ORDA), leaving local ski areas such as Whiteface and Gore Mountains to their own revenue. Many believe the proposal would ultimately force the ski areas to close along with the Olympic venues that hosted the 1932 and 1980 winter games. Both the Assembly and Gov. David Paterson’s budgets include $6.6 million in ORDA funding - still $1 millions less than last years budget. These proposals would only cover about one-fifth of ORDA’s operating expenses, according to ORDA spokesman, John Lundin. “As of right now, theses are all still

LONG LAKE — Members of the Newcomb Lions Club recently met with a group of soldiers who were just deployed to Southern Afghanistan. The Lions developed a unique relationship with these soldiers when they decided to “adopt” them as part of an adopta-platoon program introduced in 2007. While deployed, the soldiers of the FCC Platoon of the 1-71 Cavalry Squadron of Ft. Drum will receive letters, magazines and other goods they may need in the field from Lions Club members in the states, including members from the Newcomb Chapter. Paul Hai, Lions Club member and former president of the Newcomb Chapter was eager to get involved in the program when it was initiated by the district officer. “My father was in the military and I have always had a peaked interest for learning

See CUTS, page 4

See PLATOON, page 3

Members of the Newcomb Lions Club met with soldiers from the FCC platoon of the 1-71 Cavalry Squadron at the Adirondack Hotel as part of their adopt-a-platoon program. Photo courtesy of the Newcomb Lions Club

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Adirondack Community Housing Trust moves first family into North River home By Lindsay Yandon NORTH RIVER — In June 2009, Derek and Emily Goodspeed were living with family in Wevertown. They couldn’t afford to buy a house for themselves and their two young sons. They now own a three bedroom home in North River as part of a program through the Adirondack Community Housing Trust (ACHT). The fully remodeled farmhouse is just 10 minutes from their workplace and sits on half an acre with a view of the Hudson River. “Good jobs are hard to find and houses around here are expensive, so we’ve never owned a home,” Emily said. The couple work at Gore Mountain, Derek as a mechanic and Emily in information technology. They learned of the ACHT through a sign posted in front of the North River home and were impressed with how easy the process was. “We would recommend this program to anyone,” said Derrick. Their sons are Jackson, 6 months and Shayne, 3. “It’s so nice to bring the kids to their own house,” she added. “This already feels like home.” The home was refurbished and donated to the ACHT by Woody and Elise Widlund. “We were really impressed with the program and wanted to see it get off the ground locally,” said Widlund. “Emily and Derrick are a real success story.” In North River, the average home price tops $187,000, driven up by second home and retirement buyers who see the area around Gore as an attractive destination. But, family incomes haven’t kept pace, averaging just $58,000. It was this gap between wages and home prices that prompted creation of ACHT in 2007. When qualified families buy their home,

ACHT steps in and purchases the land, placing it permanently in the affordable housing trust. Buyers like the Goodspeeds own their homes outright. But, if they decide to sell, the price will be restricted so that another local working family can qualify. They also participated in seminars on the responsibilities of home ownership, budgeting, etc. as required by ACHT. The cap on the resale price strikes the Goodspeeds as a fair arrangement. “The restrictions are fine – we’re not going anywhere. And if we did sell the house, I’d want someone else like us to have it,” says Emily. “Besides, I don’t think we’d ever be able to afford a home without the Trust. They made it affordable for us.” ACHT was founded with assistance from state Sen. Betty Little, who secured $1 million dollars from the New York legislature in 2007. The goal is to build a growing collection of homes that will anchor local families in the Adirondacks. Proceeds from future home sales will help to fund more land trust purchases. So far, three houses have been placed in the Trust: in North River, Saranac Lake and Jay. “We’re eager to increase these numbers so we can secure annual funding to invest in Adirondack communities,” said ACHT Executive Director Alan Hipps. He pointed out that the homes remain on the local property tax rolls. In a tough real estate and labor market, ACHT funds can also help families with down payments and closing costs. They can help qualified home buyers pay for needed repairs to new homes. And buying into the Housing Trust may be a way for a current homeowner to avoid foreclosure. Local families earning up to 120 percent of the area’s medium income are encouraged to contact ACHT. Visit the website at or call Emily Kilburn at 873-6888.

Woody and Elise Widlund with the Goodspeed family at their new home in North River. They purchased the home through programs provided by the Adirondack Community Housing Trust. Photo by Lindsay Yandon

TPCCA to host fundraiser By Lindsay Yandon

A first grade student in Mrs. Mckenna and Mrs. Bedard’s class enjoys some silent reading at Johnsburg Central School. Photo by Nancy Frasier

NORTH CREEK — The Tannery Pond Community Center Association (TPCCA) is responsible for various programs at the TPCC including Teens Only, Arts and Nature and the Widlund Gallery. They are currently seeking funding to continue the successful operation of these programs as well as for opportunities to expand their programs. On April 18, the TPCCA will sponsor an afternoon of entertainment beginning at 2 p.m. with Nashville recording artist, Steven Smith and his S.L Smith Band, of Brant Lake. Admission is $10 for adults, $7 for students and children five and under are free. There will also be a 50/50 raffle and tickets will be on sale for $5 apiece. Steven Smith has been writing and performing music since the age of 15. Inspired by legends such as Jerry Garcia, Levon Helm, Harry Chapen, Neil Young, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Jamey Johnson and The Allman Brothers, he enjoys creating music that fits the Americana style. “I enjoy sharing music with other people,” he said. Aside from performing with

S.L. Smith Band, he also creates custom hand crafted acoustic guitars. For more information, visit The public is welcome to come tour TPCC, meet TPCCA board members and enjoy themselves on April 18. The TPCCAis made up of eight local members and hopes to serve the community by providing educational, cultural, recreational and social opportunities for all ages and appreciates any support from the local community. Refreshments will be served by the Teens Only group and the Art and Nature program will feature some of their work on display. “We need to consistently make money in order to keep our programs going,” said Karen Smith, TPCCA president. In addition to their main programs, the TPCCA recently began a grant program to help organization who wish to use the TPCC fund the use costs. “The community center is such a great space and we want people to be able to use it,” said Smith. “We hope the grants make it so that money won’t hold them back.” For more information on this event and TPCCA, visit

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Local Museums join forces to celebrate regional non-profits By Lindsay Yandon BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — The Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake and the Depot Museum in North Creek will collaborate for the first time on an event, encouraging the public to “stomp off those muddy boots and come celebrate the good works of local non-profits.” On April 24, the museums will host a house party at Tannery Pond Community Center as part of the “Celebrating the Good Works” movement by North Country Public Radio and the Adirondack Nonprofit Network to celebrate the efforts of local non-profits in their communities. Their overall goal for the evening is to provide more exposure to all area non-profits, according to North Creek Depot Museum director, Michelle San Antonio. Across the region, varying organizations will host similar events and NCPR will broadcast a special music program during which participating organizations will be featured with onair mentions and brief call-in segments. “This is our first collaboration event

and it is a pretty big deal,” said San Antonio. “I’m hoping that this smooth process means this becomes an annual event and we find more opportunities to work together in the future.” The event is also sponsored by LARAC and the New York State Council on the Arts Decentralization Program, administered locally by the Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council. Events will begin with a spaghetti dinner at 5:30 p.m. to benefit the North Creek Depot Museum. Admission is $10 for adults, $7 for children 12 and under and children three and under are free. Reservations are suggested and can be made by calling 251-5842. Preorder take-outs are available at 5 p.m. A segment sure to attract history gurus - an Artifact Night with Andy Flynn, the author of Adirondack Attic will begin at 7 p.m. Flynn hails from Saranac Lake and is both a seasoned writer and local history enthusiast. Admission is free and attendants are welcome to bring objects for show and tell for the purpose of learning more about local history. Items will not be appraised. The “Celebrating the Good Works” house party will begin at 8 p.m. and

will feature the musical styling of Dan Berggren, Peggy Lynn and Dan Duggan. These seasoned solo performers have combined to create a dynamic trio called Jamcrackers. They found their name in honor of the historical river divers who broke up log jams. The three blend folk, blues, ballads, gospel and dance tunes into their performances. Admission is free and refreshments will be served. Susan Dineen, marketing director at the Adirondack Museum stressed the “mixer-feel” of the event. “We want people to come and go as they please and enjoy themselves while celebrating local non-profits,” she said. She also spoke favorably of the twomuseum collaboration. “We have enjoyed working with the Depot Museum,” she said. “We both exist because of history, so it was a natural collaboration.” Nonprofit organizations interested in partnering with the museums are encouraged to call Michelle San Antonio at 251-5842 by April 16 to reserve a spot. Visit or for more information.

From page 1 about it and interacting with soldiers,” he said. He acknowledged that often in times of war, contention prevents soldiers from receiving the kind of support they deserve. Many of the Newcomb Lions can relate as the majority of them are veterans. “All of the Newcomb Lions wanted to participate in this program. There was overwhelming support,” said Hai. “There is a strong resonance with the Newcomb Lions because of their personal connection with Military service.” The Lions Club members were able to meet their platoon several weeks ago at the Adirondack Hotel for dinner and several presentations. The platoon left with a Newcomb banner that will be hung in Afghanistan once the soldiers are settled. All of the soldiers are know deployed and the Lions Club will soon begin sending packages. “We want to show that we as Americans care about what the soldiers are doing and provide a link to home,” said Hai. Hai hopes that this program will continue to thrive. “As long as their are soldiers being deployed, we are committed to continuing to support them,” he said.




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Cuts From page 1 proposed cuts and we just have to wait and see,” he said. Lundin is doing much more than wait, however. He encourages local residents to join the officials and lobby state lawmakers to include allocations for ORDA in the final budget proposal. “We have to continue to drive home the message about the importance of ORDA and what it means to the North Country and the state,” he said. A $6.6 million investment generates $350 million in economic impact, according to Lundin. “It's a small investment with a tremendous return for an entire region,” he said. The first day of the 2010-2011 fiscal year came and went on April 1 and lawmakers returned from an 11-day Passover and Easter holiday on Tuesday without a final budget. The Assembly and Senate are still negotiating in conference committees. Assemblywoman Teresa Sayward, R-Willsboro said she is shocked by the proposals to cut funding and is working hard to ensure ORDA is not faced with a death-sentence. Johnsburg Supervisor Sterling Goodspeed has joined Sayward in the fight to restore funding. “It was a huge surprise to hear about these cuts and it is a huge concern for the North Country,” he said. Municipal leaders traveled to Albany last week to try and prove how critical ORDA is to the upstate economy. Goodspeed joined the group and spoke of the jobs that Gore Mountain brings to Johnsburg as well as its positive effect on the local economy. “ORDA produces revenue,” he said. “It doesn’t make sense to cut a revenue source - it’s fiscally irresponsible.” Of the dozens of facilities that ORDA runs, Gore Mountain receives funding for all of its operating costs and would undoubtedly face closure if that funding were to disappear.

Marsha’s Restaurant to host event in support of Cheerful Cricket’s Nursery School NORTH CREEK - Marsha's Restaurant on Main Street, North Creek will host a fundraising dinner event for Cheerful Cricket’s on Friday, April 16 from 4:30 - 7p.m. The cost is $10 for adults and $5 for children. 100% of the proceeds will go to Cheerful Crickets Nursery School. Cheerful Cricket’s would like to give a big thank you to Marsha's Restaurant and the News Enterprise.

OnCampus Emma Corey makes Fall 2009 Dean's List at State University of New York at New Paltz NEW PALTZ — Emma Corey, a resident of Minerva, was named to the dean's list at the State University of New York at New Paltz for the Fall 2009 semester. Corey is majoring in Visual Arts. Dean's list designation is reserved for students who excel academically and earn at least a 3.3 grade point average in a semester with a full-time course load.

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Johnsburg Goes to War: 1861-1865 M

ost of the men from Johnsburg who fought in the war served in the infantry, but not all. Some served in the cavalry and a few, including George Moses Steves, signed on with the 16th Heavy Artillery. In preparation for my September 2011 Tannery Pond Community Center Presentation I’d appreciate hearing if you have any pictures, diaries or information on the men in this week’s column or from prior columns. Please contact me at 215-3009 or Glenn L. Pearsall Morehouse, Ira Son of Archibald and Cynthia (Perkins). Enlisted in Jan. of 1864 for three years as a private in Co. E of the 93rd NY Volunteer Infantry. Last heard from in a letter to his mother on July 3, 1864. At the Second Battle of Deep Bottom (Aug. 14-20, 1864 as part of the Richmond-Petersburg Campaign) became sick and was ordered to the rear. Never heard from thereafter. Morrison, James Hiram Born Jul. 14, 1839, son of Hiram and Betsy Elizabeth (Scott) of Johnsburg. Married when he enlisted on Aug. 15, 1864 for three years as a private in Co. A of the 91st NY Volunteer Infantry. Survived the war and discharged May 3, 1865. Moses, George Steves Born Oct. 27, 1830 in Half Moon, NY, son of Ambrose and Charity (Stover). Age 33 when he enlisted on Christmas Day 1863 for three years as a private in Co. K of the 16th Heavy Artillery. Survived the war and discharged on May 2, 1865.


4th NY Heavy Artillery loading 24 lb. siege gun on wooded barbette at Fort Concoran in Arlington, VA, 1862. Photo courtesy of Mathew Brady, Johnsburg native

Pasko, John Hodgson Born Aug. 6, 1843 in Johnsburg, son of Noel Harvey Pasko and his wife, Maria (Spoor). Enlisted Aug. 6, 1861 on his 18th birthday for three years as a private in Co. I in the 43rd NY Volunteer Infantry. Apparently sent home from wounds or illness. Died a year and a half later in Johnsburg on March 14, 1863. Pasko, Seymour Coleman John’s younger brother, born in Johnsburg on Jan. 20, 1844 (pre-mature birth?). Enlisted on Aug. 28, 1863

hat a beautiful Easter weekend. Hope everyone had a great Easter. The weather was gorgeous and the day had a nice gentle breeze.

News The frogs are out and letting us know that it is really spring. Lots of different birds are singing their spring songs. The Easter Scavenger Egg Hunt at Camp Triumph was a great success on Saturday. At least 36 children and many adults looked for over 600 hidden eggs. Andilynn Cleveland celebrated her first birthday a week early with a party at the Wevertown Firehouse. Bill and Baraba Hopkins are home from Florida for at least the summer. The children in the area are glad to be out of school for Spring Break. Ona Dunkley was pleased to have several of her family members with her for Easter Dinner. Mary Russell also had many of her family with her over the weekend. The sunrise service was beautiful even though there was a cold wind. Fabiann Conlon celebrated his 40th birthday with his family, Amber, Dauphin, Kurt and Nate and Amber's parents, Corky and Penny Goodspeed. Merle Coulter and daughter, Charlene enjoyed two weeks in Florida. We are sorry to hear about the death of: Pauline Archambeau, Jere Bennett and Mary Wallace. Muriel LaPointe and Joelene Slater went on a cruise on the NCL Dawn Ship to the Western Caribbean, stopping in Mexico. They visited relatives in Richmond, VA on their way to board the ship in Miami. They both had a great time. Deana Wood spent her weeks vacation in Richmond, V where she visited the Oliver family. Some were the nieces and nephew's of Dean Hitchcock. The family just lost their brother, Stephen Oliver to cancer. He was only 58 years old. Happy Birthday Jeff Ordway, Ellen Maranville Millington, Andilynn Cleveland, Mark Millington, Matt Aldous, Sheridan Millington, Heather Allen, Johnny Lorensen, Josh Virgil, Jeff Harris, Sandra Hitchcock, Bill Harppger and Kim Bump. Happy Anniversary Joe and Kim Smith Enjoy each and every day.

at age 19 as a private in Co. C of the 96th NY Volunteer Infantry. Died just over a year later at Hampton Hospital, VA of wounds or disease and buried there. Pasko, Walter Eldest brother to John and Seymour, born April 14, 1838 in Johnsburg. Enlisted Aug. 28, 1863 at age 25 with his brother Seymour and with Seymour served as a private in Co. C of the 96th. Of the three Pasko boys, Walter was the only one to survive the war. Discharged on Nov. 18, 1865.


arch 2010 will be remembered fondly by those who dislike snow and cold temperatures. The month was the warmest and had the least amount of snow on record. For those who like Winter sports, it was a big disappointment as this Winter's snowfall has been below normal with only two significant storms to cover the trails and slopes. The average high temperature was 46.1 degrees and the average low was 25.5 degrees, giving us an average of 35.8 degrees - 5.9 degrees above normal and the warmest on record. The previous warmest March was in 2000 when the average was 34.5 degrees. The coldest March was in 1984 when the average was 24 degrees. The coldest temperature of 10 degrees was recorded on the 27th and the warmest temperature of 61 degrees was recorded on the 19th. There were no below zero days compared with an average of two. There were only nine days this season with below zero readings compared with an average of 18. There were 905 degree days bringing the seasonal total to 6504. Most likely because of the record warm temperatures, snowfall amount was a record low. Only 0.2 inches was recorded here in Riparius - 14.7 inches below normal. Larger amounts were recorded at higher elevations in town such as Edwards Hill and Gore Mountain. The previous record low amount of snow was four years ago in 2006 when only 0.6 inches was measured. The greatest amount of snow at 59.2 inches was recorded in 2001. Our seasonal total is now 49.7 inches - 24.5 inches below normal. Melted precipitation was 5.80 inches - 2.52 inches above normal and the third most on record. The largest amount, of 7.36 inches was measured in 2001 and the least amount of 0.92 was measured in 1988. There was measurable precipitation on 8 days with the greatest amount of 2.47 inches falling on the 23rd. It is worth noting that the record amount of melted precipitation falling in 2001 coincided with the record amount of snow for the month of March 59.2 inches. Had the 5.80 inches of rain this March all been snow there could have been 58 inches of accumulated snow. But, because of the warm temperatures the least amount of snow ever recorded occurred this month. The yearly melted precipitation total is now 11.40 inches -2.97 inches above normal. The river reached its highest level of 8.30 feet on the 23rd and its lowest level of 3.19 feet on the 8th.

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he big, gawky woodpeckers are all over out there, chopping away and yelling to each other while disregarding fascinated humans who happen to walk by. With the leaves off the trees and shrubs, it is a great time to observe a lot of bird behavior if you are just aware of your surroundings and look at what is making the noise. Pileateds (you can say “pie” or “pill”) are not really shy even in settled areas. But, they defend territories of 150 to 200 acres so that they can find appropriate-sized dead snags in the right degree of rottenness for nests, and enough of them for feeding their families on carpenter ants and beetles, which live in the interior of big dead trees. These large snags are a feature that ecologically-sensitive forestry demands for a forest to be certified as “green”, because many birds and other animals require them for survival. Young forests do not fill the bill (intended). Such a huge territory means you have to be lucky to see interesting behavior in one small part of it. I have yet to find a nest around here, though I did see one in someone’s back yard not far from their house. Another was right next to the main Siamese Pond trail. Pileateds are supposed to prefer big dead beech with bark falling off but these are getting scarce, big ones, that is. (In so many areas, we are down to small beech sprouts because of disease.) The hole for a nest is round, not the usual rectangular shape made when they are hunting ants, and just big enough for the adult birds to fit through, as is the case with almost all cavity nests. In this case it is 3.5 inches across. Males have big red crests with the red continuing down to the bill, and a red moustache. Females have just the red crest. When they fly, the huge white areas on the underside of the wings flash spectacularly. At up to 19 inches long, they are the length of a crow, but much rangier looking, weighing only 10 ounces vs. the crow’s 1 pound. What makes them look odd is the long, thin neck. A birdphobic friend that saw one on the ground thought it was a turkey. And they do often excavate from standing on the ground. The NYS Breeding Bird Atlas from 2005 shows these birds all over the state and increasing steadily since 1975. They had declined in the northeast severely by 1914 because of the clearing of land for farming. The use of dead trees for firewood by subsistence farmers may have sealed their fates. But the regrowth of trees on marginal farmland and the actual changing of behavior to be tamer have caused the happy increase. Now the birds sometimes use smaller trees in suburban settings, even visiting bird feeders for suet and probably seeds. (We have never had one here so I’m not sure, but hairy woodpeckers stand awkwardly on the tin roof and eat sunflower hearts on occasion.) The Stokes Nature Guide to Bird Behavior, Volume III, has a wonderful chapter on this Beginning- Birders’ Delight. It describes seven visual and auditory behaviors, many of which are similar to other woodpeckers’ communication signals, but in this bird they are writ big. Their calls ring loudly through the forest, their resonant drumming (a territorial “song” to them) is lower-pitched, two to three seconds long and getting softer at the end, with drums usually about 50 seconds apart and four to seven times in a row. (But who’s counting? -- The Stokes!) The different calls are usually to keep a pair in contact while they are feeding in the forest, to keep rivals at bay or to warn of danger. Or in the case of young, to demand to be fed. Stokes books always have a nice chart of a bird’s behavior throughout the year. Pileated courtship time is the whole month of April and nest building is the last half of April 15 to 70 feet up in a tree. Breeding is all of May, June and July with the young fledging in three or four weeks. The first time out of the nest they may fly 100 yards, no practice necessary! The four or so young continue being fed, by regurgitation, at least partially for three months. No wonder they need big territories!

the use of costly consultants, PEF will not accept any demand for givebacks and we will continue to work to protect state jobs.” Paterson is seeking $250 million in concessions from state employees. He blasted union leaders for refusing to negotiate.

“It’s outrageous that in a time when open communication is needed the most, this administration is leaking anonymous threats to the press instead of openly standing by the same bad ideas.”

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“I do not believe that, at a time when more than 300,000 of the hard-working New Yorkers who pay our salaries are out of a job, it is fair to continue the status quo with one segment of the workforce,” Paterson said. The PEF is among several state employee unions, including the Civil Service Employees Association, that are in the final year of a four-year contract signed under formerGovernor Eliot Spitzer. Albany expects to hand out about $480 million in raises and performance advances in the coming month as part of the agreement. Paterson said that layoffs may be required if union concessions aren’t made. CSEA President Dan Donohue rebuked what he said were the Governor ’s “threats.” “It’s outrageous that in a time when open communication is needed the most, this administration is leaking anonymous threats to the press instead of openly standing by the same bad ideas,” Donohue said. On Wednesday, Paterson withheld $2.1 billion in school aid on the very day it was supposed to be distributed to districts throughout the state. A similar move in December, when he withheld $750 million from schools, resulted in a plethora of lawsuits from school administrators and teachers’ unions alike. Late last year, state employees agreed to comprehensive pension reform that grandfathered current employees but will require new hires to chip in more toward their retirement benefits. Paterson has pledged to freeze the paychecks of all state legislators until the already-late state budget is completed.

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Easter tradition comes to Minerva Central School By Mike Corey

The following lists the happy first, second, and third place winners of the contests: MINERVA — Although the date was April 1, there was some no-foolingaround Easter egg collecting happening on the fields behind Minerva Central School that warm and sunny afternoon. Kids from pre-school age to third grade spread out across the soccer field and baseball diamond to locate and collect candy and colorful plastic eggs filled with toys and even more candy – it was quite the sight. This adventure followed the singing of Easter songs in the school’s lobby – great music showcased the pre-K through third grade singing voices. After the kids grabbed every egg and piece of candy from outside, they came indoors to find cookies, juice, and prizes waiting for them in the cafeteria. Sponsored by the Minerva Service Organization (MSO), this annual adventure was a great success. Along with the egg hunt, the MSO held a coloring contest for the pre-K through second graders and an Easter hat contest for the third graders. Every participant did an amazing job.

Coloring Contest Pre-K: First place - Grace Savarie Second place - Jonathan Ball Third place - Tristen Hitchcock Kindergarten: First place - Dallas Olden Second place - Kayla VanderWiele Third place - Katie Mather First Grade: First place - Mollie Deshetsky Second place - Katy Wimberly Third place - Henry Gelber Second Grade: First place - Abby Hayes Second place - Audrey Fish Third place - Vince Charbonneau Easter Hat Third Grade: First place - Kaleb Davie Second place - Angel Vanderwarker Third place - Brendon TenEyck The MSO wishes to thank Minerva Central School for all its support in making this Easter event happen, especially the cafeteria staff, teachers and MCS Principal, Heidi Kelly. Thanks of course to all the parents and to the kids. What a fine day for fun.

Participants in the Minerva Easter egg hunt start their morning off with a song in the MCS Cafeteria. Photo by Mike Corey

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Friday April 9 INDIAN LAKE — Movie “Bounty Hunter” at Indian Lake Theater, 7:30 p.m. For more information call 6485960.

Saturday April 10 NORTH CREEK — North Country Hardship Fund in conjunction with the Copperfield Inn Spring fundraiser at 6 p.m. There will be entertainment, 50/50 raffles and the Copperfield will be firing up the grill outside. NORTH CREEK — Pond Skimming Contest at Gore Mountain from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Visit for more information. INDIAN LAKE — Movie “Bounty Hunter” at Indian Lake Theater, 7:30 p.m. For more information call 6485960.

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Friday April 16 NORTH CREEK — Cheerful Cricket’s fundraising dinner at Marsha's Restaurant on Main Street 4:30 - 7p.m. $10 for adults and $5 for children.


INDIAN LAKE — Movie “ Ghost Writer” at Indian Lake Theater, 7:30 p.m. For more information call 648-5950.

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qualified voters of the Minerva Central School District, Town of Minerva, Essex County, New York, will be held in the Minerva Central School Lobby in said District on Tuesday, May 18, 2010 between the hours of 1:00 pm and 8:00 pm, at which time the polls will be opened to vote by voting machine upon the following items: 1. To adopt the annual budget of the School District for the fiscal year 2010-2011 and to authorize the requisite portion thereof to be raised by taxation on the taxable property of the District. 2. To elect one (1) member of the Board for a 5-year term

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REAL PROPERTY FOR SALE *NY LAND FOR SALE* Call for our current LAND SALE FLYER w/discounts up to 50%!COMING SOON! Summer Land Catalog. Over 100 new properties. Call now for info and to schedule a preview. 1-800229-7843. 5 ACRES BORDERS 10,000 ACRES NYS FOREST, 4 Lakes - $15,900. Owner-Broker. Financing Available. 1-315-408-5410 UPSTATE NY - FINGER LAKES SACRIFICE! 5 acres - $29,900! Woods, stonewalls, awesome views! 9 miles to Ithaca, NY! Terms! NO CLOSING COSTS! 1-866-8518264 or for virtual tour

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MYRTLE BEACH, SOUTH CAROLINA Sales/Rentals. Oceanfront & Beachside cottages. Pets OK. Starting $500/wk. 1-800645-3618 HARRY POTTER’S UNIVERSAL STUDIOS ATTRACTION GRAND OPENING. Kissimmee, Fla. 5/28/10-11. Available two adjacent condos, private entrances, both bedrooms have queen sized beds, 2 sleep couches in living room accommodate 4 more. Total sixteen adults between both condos. Both units have outside balconies to enjoy nightly fireworks from Disney World: whose properties surround VACATION VILLAGE RESORTS & AFFILIATES. 8 days - 7 nights, $350 per person. Plan your week and/or a family reunion. Call 518-891-2781

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Affordable townhouses for rent in North Creek. Washer & Dryer hook-ups, decks & storage units. Lawn maintenance & snow removal provided. Rental rates are based on Warren County median family incomes and do not include utilities. Applications available at: Bergman Real Estate, 3259 State Rte 28, North Creek or call 518-251-2122 for more information.

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RV DELIVERY Drivers needed. Deliver RVs, boats and trucks for PAY! Deliver to all 48 states and Canada. For details log on to TRAVEL, TRAVEL, Travel! $500 sign-on bonus. Seeking 5 sharp guys and gals. Rockn-Roll Atmosphere, Blue Jean Environment! Call Shawn 800-716-0048 today!

HELP WANTED/LOCAL CHEF/COOK 2 positions am/pm, management experience and ServSafe a plus. Fulltime summer, part-time seasonal 518-4942120 OUTDOOR WORK Part-Time, own pickup truck & chain saw a plus. Call 518-2512511.

PART TIME private duty nurses, days and over-night shifts, local in-home setting. Call for more details 518-546-3218 after 5p.m. SALES ASSOCIATE needed for Summer magazine’s ad sales. Start now through mid June, Salary plus commission and expenses. You’ll work with nice people and clients. Territory is Blue Mtn Lake to Saratoga and Ti to Lake Luzerne. Previous experience helpful, but a positive attitude is more important. Call Laurie at 518-251-4461

2010 SPECIAL EDUCATION SUMMER SCHOOL Special Education Teachers, Speech & Hearing Handicapped Teachers, Speech Language Pathologists, Teacher of the Deaf, Occupational and Physical Therapists, Teaching Assistants, Teacher Aides/Student Aides, Substitute Teachers, Temporary On-Call Teacher Aides/Student Aides, Food Service Helpers, Lifeguard(s), Nurses, Cook Manager, Cook Plattsburgh and Mineville Campuses Certified Positions – NYS Teacher Certification in Specific Area Civil Service Positions – NYS Licensure & Civil Service Requirements By: April 15, 2010 Effective Date: July 5 – August 13, 2010 Send Application (obtained from Personnel Office or From Website: CVES.Org), Certification/License, Resume, Copy of Diploma or GED, Letter of Intent, and 3 Letters of Recommendation, to: Rachel Rissetto CVES PO Box 455 Plattsburgh, NY 12901-0455 (518) 561-0100 Ext. 216 BOCES is an EO/AAE

THE TOWN of Moriah Youth Commission is now accepting applications for the Counselor positions. Please send a letter of interest or pick up an application in the High School Office at Moriah Central School. Applicants must be 16 years old by July 5, 2010 and a resident of the Town of Moriah. The applications must be postmarked no later that April 30, 2010 and mailed to: Town of Moriah Youth Commission Attn.: Thomas Scozzafava 38 Park Place, Suite 1 Port Henry, NY 12974 RELIABLE CAREGIVER needed, weekends, some days & evenings, $10.45/hr. Please call 518-494-3205, Chestertown, NY


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AUTO ACCESSORIES BRAND NEW bed liner for full size, double cab Toyota Tundra. $75 OBO. 518-534-2018 KENDA RADIAL truck tires. Four LP225/75R/16. Low mileage, excellent condition. $200. 293-8382. TWO TIRES P185/65 R15. One Cooper (good), one Hercules (fair). $15 takes both. 802-775-0280 Rutland.

AUTO DONATIONS AAAA DONATION Donate your Car, Boat or Real Estate, IRS Tax Deductible. Free Pickup/ Tow Any Model/ Condition. Help Under Privileged Children Outreach Center. 1-800883-6399.

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BOATS 2002 AQUA Sport 215 Osprey w 2002 Yamaha 200 HP saltwater outboard, 111 hours. Full custom cover, Bimini. 100% indoor winter storage, professionally maintained. Under used and over loved. 23’. Always on Lake George. AM/FM stereo w CD. Ski pylon. Live well. This boat is in perfect condition, has plenty of freeboard to deal with lake chop and is great for fishing and family use. Relocation negotiable. $18,500. Call 413-369-4797.

TRUCK OR VAN FOR SALE 1997 E350 Van, latter rack, tow package, storage racks inside, good work van, Asking $1500 518-585-7011

CHEVY SILVERADO Truck 1500, auto, AC, cap, contractor rack, routine maintenance, non smoker, enhanced sound, 43,000 miles, excellent condition, $13,000. 518-873-6596.

FARM EQUIPMENT 09 GOOSENECK Flat Bed 20’ Deck, 4’ Beavertail, used twice $5000; MF Loader/Bucket and 48” Forks Mounts are for Ford 4000-7610 Tractors $1650; Double Rake Hitch $1050; New Steel Hay Racks; JDR Baler 510 $2850; NH 258 Rake $2050; 3 PT. Brillion Cultivators, 6 Row, Real Clean $1075. 518-796-5303 or 518-639-5353

MOTORCYCLE/ ATV 2005 360 Kawasaki,4-wheeler,4wd,Red, $2300. 518-962-2376

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.

REC VEHICLES SALES/RENTALS 2004 DUTCHMAN Sport, M-26L-DSL camper with superslider. Purchased new. Clean, nonsmokers. Large pass through compartment. Excellent condition. $9,500. 518-236-5814. 32’ MOTORHOME low mileage. Sleeps seven with one slide-out. $28,900 or best offer 518-335-9272

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News Enterprise 04-10-2010  

News Enterprise, a Denton Publication. Denton Publications produces ten community weekly publications in northern New York state and Vermont...

News Enterprise 04-10-2010  

News Enterprise, a Denton Publication. Denton Publications produces ten community weekly publications in northern New York state and Vermont...