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July 18, 2009

A Denton Publication

No more rust

APA chief


APA relents on its guardrail mandate as they disintegrate.

Both sides praise the appointment of Terry Martino as APA chief.

Look to the higher elevation ponds for mid summer brook trout.

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M inerva D ay parade set to go

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden assures a crowd in Clifton Park that the national economy is poised to rebound. Biden is flanked by area Democratic officials Larry Bulman (left) and Bill Montfort (right).

Biden tells area citizens stimulus will take time

Local G.O.P. criticizes ‘pork’ spending By Thom Randall

CLIFTON PARK — U.S. Vice President Joe Biden touted his administration’s economic stimulus plan June 9 during a speech he gave at This story was first posted Shenendehowa High School — and area Deonline July 10 on mocrats basked in the www.northcreeknewsenspotlight in the event, the first visit by a U.S. vice president to New York’s Capital Region in a decade. In his speech, Biden said the Saratoga-Glens Falls region exemplified the prosperity that lies ahead, jump-started by the federal Recovery Act. Countering recent criticism that the Obama administration hadn’t taken enough action to spur the economy, Biden said the stimulus plan, with $16 billion committed to New York State, was already yielding benefits. “People are putting shovels in the ground, jackhammers in old concrete and putting new steel on bridges,” he said, referring to 300 infrastructure projects in the state, including transportation construction. He said that New York State had been affected the worst by the “Great Recession” as he called it — so New York was getting the most help, and would gain the most from the Recovery Act. “Six months ago, the market was in freefall. Our banking system was on the verge of collapse — job losses were staggering, there were foreclosures on every block — We inherited the largest economic crisis since the 19030s,” Biden said, stressing that the economy recovery would take time. “I guarantee you we will come out of this,” Biden said to the crowd. “I guarantee you it's going to get better and you



See BIDEN, page 6

The Minerva Youth Program float gets set to join the parade - the float includes current staff, kids, and four previous directors of the program: Tom Sullivan, Margo Bartolomeo, Dave Carver, and Diana Mason help celebrate the Program's 60th anniversary. By Mike Corey MINERVA — The annual Minerva Day event is here! The date is July 5 and the fun and excitement will have no bounds. A big part of the day is the amazing hometown parade, which is set to start at 5 p.m., beginning at Sporty’s Iron Duke Saloon on Route 28N and ending at Donnelly Beach at around 5:45. Line up for the parade will start at 4 p.m. The year of 2009 is one of anniversaries, which will be

numerous, and represented by various parade floats. There will also be a few new float entries this year. For instance, the Minerva Sleeping Giants are celebrating their 40 anniversary, the Minerva Historical Society’s Museum in Olmstedville is celebrating its 30th year, and the Adirondack Tri-County Nursing Home has a significant anniversary AND is having a new float in the parade. The Minerva Service Organization is now 10 years old this year, and this organization will have a float. The oldest anniversary

See MINERVA DAY, page 4

In Indian Lake

Fishing derby continues to grow By Mike Brooks INDIAN LAKE — For the tenth consecutive year the Indian Lake/Blue Mountain Fish and Game Association sponsored a kids fishing derby at Byron Park on Adirondack Lake. From that initial derby which attracted five young anglers, the derby has grown in popularity each year with a total of 217 kids wetting a line on July 4 at this year ’s affair. It wasn’t a good day for fish as a total of 534 of them were caught, ranging from a 5 lb. 1oz. large mouth bass to multiple one ounce sunnies. Most of the fish were returned safely to the lake. The day began like most days in recent weeks, cool, a little moisture in the air, the threat of rain and the promise of sun. Registration began at 8 a.m. and it wasn’t long before the fishermen began bringing fish to the weigh station to have their catches weighed and recorded. It came to pass that the first 13 children who registered caught 120 fish between them while the last 13 caught only one. Joshua Polgrean, 8, LaGrangeville, NY won the first prize for catching the most fish from shore (55). Indian Lake youngster Kyle Douglas, 12, caught the largest fish in two categories, the 5-pound largemouth bass mentioned above and a 3-pound 15-ounce northern pike. Other first place winners were Kacy Williams, 11, from N. Syracuse, NY who brought in the largest bullhead; Shane Monahan, 13, won with the largest perch. Eight-year-old Bryce Touhey from Clay, NY landed the smallmouth bass category while

See DERBY, page 7

Desiree Prosser, age 5, of Warrensburg, smiles for the camera during the Indian Lake/Blue Mountain Fish and Game Association kids fishing derby at Byron Park. Photo by Lillian Reyer


SATURDAY July 18, 2009

APA drops mandate for rusty guardrails Replacement rails to cost $34.4 million By Jonathan Alexander

RAY BROOK — The Adirondack Park Agency has apparently caught up to science, at least when it comes to highway guardrails. Adirondack Park Agency officials announced July 9 that the agency will no longer require those rusty, rustic guardrails to be exclusively used on highway construction projects. Once touted as an environmental innovation, the oxidized guardrails erected along the state’s highways in recent years have been failing at an alarming rate — disintegrating in only a few years rather than the expected lifespan of 40 to 50 years. The guardrails are made of an alloy, Cor-Ten, that’s intended to rust on the surface, supposedly saving repainting costs while looking weathered and blending pleasantly with the scenery. But state engineers are finding that the alloy is decaying prematurely due to oxidizing too much, requiring replacement of guardrails all across the state. The APA is now abandoning their policy to require that the inferior guardrails of the inferior alloy be used, APA Deputy Director Mark Sengenberger said July 9. “The State DOT is currently replacing the rustic guardrails with galvanized box-beam rails and there is evidence that the rustic rails deteriorate in as little as five to eight years,” he said. “Standard galvanized rails will now be lining most of Adirondack roads.” Cor-Ten, which is steel with 2 percent copper, is supposed to rust on the surface creating a weather-proof barrier, but as a material for guardrails, it simply cannot endure the water and salt that it is exposed to on roadways, according to DOT spokesman Skip Carrier.

Replacing the guardrails over the next several years will cost about $140 million statewide, Carrier said. In the Adirondack Park, there are 251 miles of roadway with the rustic rails, and replacement is expected to cost state taxpayers $34.4 million, Carrier said. In Warren County alone, there are 91 miles of those deficient guardrails, and replacement is likely to cost $12.5 million or more. Not all APA commissioners support abandoning the rusty rails. “I understand DOT’s approach to standardize, but I saw them putting up new rustic rails on the Taconic Parkway last week,” APA Commissioner Jim Townsend told DOT officials July 9. “We assume that this is a special place and the appearance is important.” Carrier said that DOT is indeed installing some Cor-Ten rails on the Taconic Parkway, but it is due to a contract that was signed with a construction firm prior to the realization of the widespread guardrail failure. Bridges, including the New River Gorge Bridge — the highest vehicular bridge in the Americas — have been constructed with Cor-Ten. Carrier was asked Friday how widespread the use of CorTen was in bridges in New York State, but by Tuesday, he had not provided an answer. (Journal Editor Thom Randall contributed to this report.)

Many miles of guardrails on the Northway and elsewhere through the Adirondacks are made of Cor-Ten, an alloy that has corroded far sooner than expected, requiring a premature $140 million replacement project statewide.

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NORTH CREEK — The Town of Johnsburg Library will host its annual book sale July 31 and Aug 1 at the Tannery Pond Community Center. The preview party is held from 710 on the 31st. With an $8 admission you are entitled to first pick of the collection with a limit of 10 items per person, along with wine, hors d'oeurves and the music of Don't Quit Your Day Job! The book and bake sale is held the following day from 9-3. There will also be a Chinese auction with lots of great local items. Call the library at 251-4343 for info.

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APA’s new chief expected to bring balance to environmental agency By Thom Randall RAY BROOK — A new executive director with economic development experience was named to lead the operations of the environmentally-driven Adirondack Park Agency, and local officials are pleased with the choice as it may mean a more moderate direction with the agency they’ve sparred with for decades. State officials appointed Terry Martino, now Adirondack North Country Association’s chief as the new executive director of the Adirondack Park Agency effective Aug. 12. Among those praising the choice of Martino was Warren County Board of Supervisors Chairman Fred Monroe, who serves as executive director of the Adirondack Park Local Government Review Board, an APA watchdog panel. For decades the two agencies have clashed over land use regulations, with the Review Board fighting for landowner development rights and job development, while the agency has battled for environmental conservation. “I see this as a very positive step,” Monroe said, noting that in Martino’s position leading ANCA, she was immersed in seeking ways to spur the economy of the Adirondacks. “She’ll most likely be providing some realism in decision-

making, and she’ll balance the interests of environmentalists with those who realize we need economic development in our communities.” State Sen. Betty Little (R-Queensbury)offered a similar opinion. “Terry’s a very good selection,” Little said. “She understands our economic issues and she’s worked for many years with local governments so she knows the pressures they face. I think she’ll do a very good job of bridging some of the differences we see between the environmental and economic development communities.” Monroe noted Martino had worked as director for many months on the Adirondack Regional Assessment Project, which concluded in a report recently that Adirondackers desperately need economic development to provide good jobs for an adequate lifestyle. Martino also was praised by APA officials, including APA Chairman Curtis Stiles. “Terry Martino brings an incredibly rich background and understanding of the Adirondack Park, its people and its needs,” Stiles said. “We are extremely fortunate to have someone with Terry’s established management abilities, leadership skills and demonstrated success in the key leadership position at the Agency.” Martino gave a glimpse of her approach in a prepared

Jazz pianist Spike Wilner to make appearance at Tannery Pond July 24 NORTH CREEK — Popular Greenwich Village Jazz Pianist Spike Wilner will appear at Tannery Pond Community Center in North Creek on Friday July 24, at 7:30 p.m. He will be accompanied by Bass player Tal Ronen. The concert is presented by Upper Hudson Musical Arts, a not for profit corporation dedicated to bringing excellent music to northern New York. Tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for students. For more information go to or call 2512633. Spike Wilner has been playing professionally for 22 years. He is a fixture on the New York City Jazz scene and has played

with a number of well known musicians including Tony Bennett, Maynard Furgeson, Wynton Marsalis and Artie Shaw. He has released eight recordings under his name including his most recent, “Three to Go” featuring Lincoln Center ’s Ryan Kisor l. Wilner holds a MFA in Jazz piano from the State University of New York and is co-owner of the Greenwich Village Jazz Club, Small’s, where he performs regularly. For more information see his Web site This performance is made possible in part by funding from the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency.

Gospel music returning to Adks BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — On Sunday, July 26, The Church of the Transfiguration will once again come alive with the sounds of gospel music when the Expressions of Faith Gospel Choir makes its fifth visit. On Sunday, a concert will be held at 9:30 a.m., followed by the 10 a.m. Gospel Mass. The choir, established in 1995 by the then rector of St. James Episcopal Church Lafayette Square, the Rev. Michael B. Curry (now the Bishop of North Carolina), has extended its music ministry by singing at multiple Blue Mountain Lake venues on Saturday and Sunday. In 2003, the choir made its first The "Expressions of Faith Gospel Choir" from Baltimore, visit to the Adirondacks. The Rev. will return to perform Saturday morning, July 25, at the InLyman Farnham, former rector dian Lake I.R.A., along with a free floating concert late afof the Church of the Transfigura- ternoon at various resorts on Blue Mountain Lake. Photo provided tion in Blue Mountain Lake, and associate clergy at St. James, finally realized his dream of bringing the choir ing many denominations. Rev. Dr. Chip Lee, the church's new Priest-In -Charge, welto the area. Guided by Mr. Charles Oglesby, informal- comes and encourages people of all faiths to ly called the summer director, the choir will attend. Active in attending the needs of the sursing at a group home, at a floating concert on Blue Mountain Lake, and at a picnic in rounding community, a large proportion of Byron Park Saturday. "The choir is excited the church's total budget goes to assist the larger community. They regularly conto be returning to the Adirondacks," says tribute to the Community Action Agency, Linda Harris, its president. "We've been rethe Home Health Care Agency, and have an hearsing since May and planning since our outreach fund to assist those in distress belast visit in 2007. The current rector of St. cause of emergency situations. James, the Rev. Dr. Allen F. Robinson, supScholarships are offered each year to colports our efforts to share our love for the lege bound students from Long Lake and InLord through our music." dian Lake. Every Sunday paper products, The Episcopal Church of the Transfiguralaundry supplies, and toilet articles, items tion, the oldest log church in the Adirondacks, and a National Historic site, is a di- not covered by food stamps, are donated by verse community of worshippers represent- the congregation and distributed to the working poor in the area. Past Polls This event is made possiReaders Poll ble with public funds from the New York State Council Do you think Warren County should on the Arts Decentralization abandon the 16-year scenic railroad project? Regrant program. In Hamilton County, the Decentralization program is administered by the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts loNo, keep investing Yup, too costly cated in Blue Mountain Lake. For more information, call Cast your vote and comment online today at... Suzanne Farnham, 648 -5471, or Deborah Jones, 624-2419.


statement she issued last week. “Throughout my career, I have recognized the tremendous value of balancing economic and community development with environmental stewardship inside the Park,” she said. Martino has worked for the ANCA since 1986,serving as as Program Director before her promotion, in 1991, to the top posiTerry Martino tion in the non-profit agency that is committed to economically viable communities, environmental stewardship and protecting a rural quality of life. She has also worked with other agencies supporting economic development, including the Adirondack Common Ground Alliance and CBN Connect, which is seeking to extend broadband into the Adirondacks. Jon Lundine of the Lake Placid-Essex County Visitors Bureau praised Martino’s appointment. “For the region, the appointment of Terry is a huge plus,” he said. “Being a native of the area, she has a real understanding of the issues, and her work with ANCA allows her to elevate the human side of the issues facing us all, blending with them the needs of economic development.” Where are you playing


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SATURDAY July 18, 2009

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From page 1 celebrated will be the Minerva Youth Program: 60 years! New floats for this year ’s parade will include Greg Fresca’s barbershop float, the East Coast Chevette Entourage & Chatham Gang Unicyclists, and the Lake Champlain Search & Rescue Unit with a presentation later at the beach. Additionally, Santa Claus will be there along with the Essex County Toys for Kids float. Live music played by live musicians is also scheduled to take place on one of the floats. The Minerva PTSO has put much work into organizing the parade, and it will chip in with its own scoreboard fundraising float. Leading the parade will be Sharon Aleksejczyk as Minerva Citizen of the Year. Come on out for this great event, which is topped off by the great community potluck, to take place at 6 p.m. at the Donnelly Beach pavilion.

INDIAN LAKE — All summer long Thursday nights are Arts Center nights at the Indian Lake Theater. The community partners over at The Indian Lake Theater are showing their support for the Arts Center by offering a Arts Center members special! Arts Center members will receive a free small popcorn on Thursday nights when they show their membership card.So go out to the theater on Thursday and support an important part of our growing cultural landscape. This week’s feature is Up. Go to for the summer movie schedule. Don’t have a membership card? Stop by the Arts Center to pick one up or call 3527715 to have it sent.

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Pictured at right: The Minerva Service Organization float prepares for the parade - it's this organization's 10th anniversary!


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And now, a commercial break By Sherry Nemmers BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE — Although we've come to expect a wealth of talent to grace the Arts Center… gifted artists, musicians, dancers, actors whose energy and laughter carry the sounds of summer …we’ve never seen this before. Along comes Jake Holmes. You know the voice. Jake's is the voice that all of America hears, the voice we sing along with, with words and melodies that stay in our minds long after the song is gone, singing the praises of products. Yep, products. Things you’re probably drinking right this minute. So wait, hold that thought: On July 17, at 8 p.m., for the first time ever, The Arts Center is excited to host legendary Hall-of-Fame Songwriter, Jake Holmes. And maybe even cooler, the beautiful and extraordinary songwriter and filmmaker, Amanda Homi, will perform with Jake before they share their magical documentary produced by Drumgirl Productions.

The Best a Man Can Get Now, back to Jake Holmes. When Jake sings, everyone wants to buy, try, drink or join. Gloriously, Jake's voice soars, singing jingles for Dr. Pepper, Burger King, Schaefer Beer, Lipton Tea, Sears, Gillette, Seven Up and more. When Jake sang, “Aren’t you hungry for Burger King now?” we were. Jake convinced millions to “Be all that You Can Be, in the Army.” When we heard, “I'm a Pepper, You're a Pepper, She's a Pepper, He's a Pepper,” didn't we want to Be A Pepper, too? Our hearts swell over Gillette razors, when Jake’s voice rings out “Gillette, the best a man can get.” Spellbound by his range and magic and phrasing, we never get enough of Jake. And we always sing along. Well, Jake doesn't talk much about his countless, iconic advertising jingles, because he's too busy with other things; starting as a young protégé, co-writing albums with Frank Sinatra, and most recently, exploring world music and making world-class films with Amanda Homi of Drumgirl Productions, while all along the way, dozens of hit albums and a few Broadway musicals keep him fresh.

Minerva Day Fishing Derby brings out the kids! By Mike Corey

MINERVA — Minerva Day dawned sunny and warmish, and young anglers from all over the globe (possibly) came to “The Point” on Minerva Lake to try their luck in an effort to catch fish. They felt lucky, but the worms they were using no doubt felt otherwise. There was no question that July 5 was definitely a fun day for all as kids fished for finny friends. The event was, of course, the annual Minerva Day Kids Fishing Derby. The fish were caught, weighed, and then set free, possibly to be caught again by the eager fisherfolk present, which included kids ranging in age from three to fourteen. They fished for fun and for swell prizes, which included fishing tackle, poles, and the grand prize: a genuine Ulysses S. Grant fifty-dollar bill. The popular fish of the day was pumpkinseed sunfish, with yellow perch close behind in terms of catchability. The biggest fish caught was a smallmouth bass which like the others found itself swimming freely following a weigh-in with the triple-beam balance at the registration table. A total of 40 kids participated in what has become a very popular and fun event on Minerva Day. The following lists all the anglers who won prizes in their age groups (with the winning based on fish weights): Ages 7 and under: First prize – Chloe Howe Second prize – Abby Seaman Third prize – Gretel Seaman Ages 8 to 11: Fist prize: Andrew Flores Second prize: Ryan McDermott Third prize: Carlos Flores

A large crowd of derby participants pause from their fishing adventures to a group photo - Minerva Lake in the background.

Ages 12 to 16: First prize: Samantha Hofler Second prize: Thomas Vignola Prettiest Fish Trent Varney Teeny-tiniest fish Alex Hofler Most Fish Caught Ryan McDermott Monster fish Caleb Davie The Minerva Parks and Recreation Committee has been organizing the derby for years, and it thanks everyone who participated. There are lots of folks to thank for making this Fishing

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Derby a successful one. Thanks to McCall Construction for providing most of the funds to acquire fishing poles and tackle for the derby. Betty LeMay also contributed to the event in this respect. All poles and tackle were purchased at Murdie’s General Store. John and Wanda Callihan once again donated the grand cash prize for the monster fish. Christine Perryman of Minerva Central School again made available her amazingly accurate triple-beam balance. Nick Jones provided muchappreciated help during the registration and weigh-in portions of the event. Fishing is a great way to get kids outside and doing something fun – thanks to everyone who encouraged their kids to participate!



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ith the heart of the summer season looming in the weeks ahead, temperatures are certain to increase. This expected increase in air temperatures and a corresponding rise in water temperatures will push trout down to the depths is search of cooler, more oxygenated waters. Optimum water temperatures for most trout species ranges in the mid 50’s. Although the season’s incessant rains have kept water and oxygen levels higher than normal; anglers working the local

ponds and lakes have already resorted to using lead core line or sinking flyline in an effort to present their lures or flies to receptive fish. On the ponds last weekend, I found fish were most active in the depths of 18 to 24 feet. This range is well below the level that most anglers can achieve when trolling with monofiliment line. In such conditions, many anglers decide to target other species such as bass or pike. Trout diehards also have the option of chasing rainbows, a species that is more tolerant of warmer waters and brighter, sunny conditions. Rainbows usually respond well to flies, lures or spoons presented in the upper levels of the water column. These fish seem to be particularly fond of flashy ‘Christmas trees’ or ‘Cowbells’ tipped with a worm or a fly. However, for brook trout enthusiasts, the arrival of midsummer temperatures shouldn’t signal the end of the season. It simply requires a change of venue. Rather than dredging the depths of their usual spring and fall trout ponds, anglers should consider the opportunities available on the park’s numerous, upper elevation ponds. Brook trout enthusiasts have long recognized that these high elevation ponds often maintain ideal water temperatures well into the heat of the summer. Yet, these waters are still visited primarily by hikers who are just passing through. The cooler waters of these ponds are the result of a number of factors. In the upper elevations, evening temperatures regularly drop into the 40’s and many mountain ponds, located on the shoulders of the high peaks, are shaded for a good portion of the day. Additionally, most of these ponds are spring fed or filled by cold, well oxygenated, mountain streams. I have discovered that, in general, the higher the elevation of the pond, the colder the water temperatures. I’ve also found that elevation is an important factor in determining angling pressure. The more difficult the access usually results in the fewer angler visits.

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he PHA Camp Meeting and conference met at Camp Triumph in Bakers MIlls this past week. There was a different speaker each night. In attendence was from Union Beach, New Jersey, Bolton Landing, Sodom Community Church, Johnsburg all in New York. The Youth Program is going for the area kids. Be careful and enjoy. Many deer have been seen and do not seem to be afraid when people get close. Wonder if it will be the same when hunting season begins. It seems good to see activity around the homes of the summer residences. Pansy Allen was pleased to have her familyand friends with her for her 87th birthday. Fred Allen and Mike Wells stopped by and joined in the happy event. Rose Allen and Harold Ross are still in hospital Happy Birthday to:Emily Christopher (95), Joe Granger, Marvin Viele, Mike Schilinski, Faye Beavers, Mikelean Allen, Shamus Ordway, Suzy Virgil, Kim Houser Happy Anniversary to: Snuffy and Sue Allen, Ron and Missy Allen, Corry and Ashley Morse Enjoy each and every day.

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On most remote waters, anglers casting from shore are at a a distinct disadvantage. Typically, these shorelines are littered with with dead and downed trees, which can prevent the landing of a big fish. It is also difficult to cast far enough to reach deeper waters where larger fish lurk. To avoid such issues, I prefer to use a good quality, inflatable raft. Although pack canoes have greatly diminished in weight over the years, they can be difficult or impossible to haul up steep mountain trails or through thick spruce and heavy blowdown. Rafts can easily be condensed into a backpack. Bellyboats are a good compromise, but I far prefer a raft which permits an angler above water casting platform. Belly

Biden From page 1 can see the progress we're making, right here in the Capital District.” Biden talked about the state’s reinvestment of $1.14 billion in federal stimulus money in job retention and creation. “Right here in New York State, it has meant $2 billion made available to the Governor and to localities to keep 26,000 teachers, that got pink slips, on the job,” he said. Biden praised Paterson for his work in putting the stimulus money to work quickly and appropriately. U.S. Rep. Scott Murphy of Glens Falls was directly to the right of Biden, sitting on a high stool, as the vice president gave his speech. Murphy also talked about how the recovery would take time, but an economic turnaround was already underway in the 20th Congressional District. “We've seen the over $200 million of projects here in the 20th District that have been green-lighted — a lot of these haven't been started yet.” Regardless of the euphoric crowd welcoming Biden, local Republican leaders criticized much of the stimulus act for which Biden was drumming up support in his multi-city tour. Essex County Republican Party Chairman Ron Jackson, Town of Essex Supervisor, said he supported the way money was spent on infrastructure, but not on the obscure projects and studies, nor the corporate bailouts. “The money spent on roads, bridges, water and sewer projects was all very good — particularly in the North Country where we’re desperate for this infrastructure, and it’s a good investment in the nation,” he said. “But when you throw in the spending on a frog tunnel in Florida and a mouse refuge in California for millions of dollars, these are ridiculous and obviously pure pork for Democratic districts.” Warren County Republican Chairman Michael Grasso’s criticism was stronger and wider in scope. “Bailing out failing state government programs with less than 15 percent going to infrastructure improvements solves nothing, and trickle up expenditures just don't work,” Grasso said, suggesting that instead private industries should have tax breaks and incentives to stimulate the economy. “The Recovery Act is late getting out and the ‘shovel ready projects’ do not appear to be so ready — Wasting money on such items as parks and perks will not stimulate the economy but mortgage our children's futures.” Nevertheless, in Clifton Park July 9, Biden’s audience was enthusiastic and admiring, and Biden spent 20 minutes or so after his speech with the crowd signing autographs and posing for photographs. Flanking Biden to the rear during his speech were War-

boats or float tubes also require the fisherman to wear waders. With their legs dangling in the water, anglers stir up the water or get stuck in the muck. Avoid the cheap, “pool toy” type rafts as they just don’t hold up. I use a raft that’s equipped with several air chambers and oar locks. I find it to be an ideal vessel for the smaller, more remote and inaccessible waters. Often, for those willing to put in the effort, it’s possible to have a pond all to yourself.

Which way to the water? The Adirondack region is graced with a multitude of high elevation ponds. And due to the extensive restoration efforts implemented by the NYSDEC, many of these waters retain healthy populations of brook trout. The more remote waters which are stocked annually by helicopter can be found listed on DEC's annual stocking reports. Consider the number of water bodies included in just a few of the park’s numerous Wilderness Areas, a partial listing includes the Pharaoh Lake Wilderness (39), High Peaks (112), Dix Mountain (12), Sentinel Range (5), Five Ponds (99), Hoffman Notch (8), Blue Ridge (19) and the Siamese Ponds (33). A sampling of the more remote waters would include Round Pond, Dix Pond, Puffer Pond, Peaked Mountain Pond, Moose Pond, Latham Pond, Tom Peck Pond, Coldspring Pond, Giant’s Washbowl Pond, Bartlett Pond, Livingston Pond, Cooper Kiln Pond, Warren Pond, Owen Pond, Copperas Pond, Winch Pond, Dawson Pond, Brueyer Pond, Beaver Pond, Little Ampersand Pond, Nate Pond, Curtis Pond, Dog Pond, Grizzle Ocean, Bear Pond, Beaver Meadow Pond, Mountain Pond and Lost Pond. These are just a few of the stocked, trout waters, however there are many more. As beavers continue to build dams on backwoods brooks, the number and size of potential trout waters continues to increase every year. An indication of this trend is evidenced in the most recent Global Information Systems survey of the Adirondacks. Surveys have revealed that the Adirondack Park currently contains over 11,101 bodies of water that measure over one acre in size. Although I’ll likely never have the opportunity to hit them all, it will remain a challenge to fish as many as I can. As the lottery advertisements proclaim, “Hey, you never know!” Joe Hackett is a guide and sportsman residing in Ray Brook. Contact him at ren County Democratic Party Chairman Bill Montfort of Johnsburg and Saratoga County Democratic Chairman Larry Bulman of Moreau, who is also statewide vice chairman of the party. After the event, Bulman said political opponents criticizing the Obama Administration’s efforts were looking for instant economic solutions, which weren’t about to happen. Before the speech, Bulman and Biden chatted about the weather, the beauty of the surroundings, and about how Global Foundries’ $4.2 billion semiconductor plant, now under construction, would soon be energizing the region’s economy substantially. The development is expected to prompt prosperity in the upstate area, with 1,400 new jobs at the plant, and another 5,000 new jobs related to the operation, representing an additional $290 million in annual payroll for the region. “Biden said to me, ‘As a labor guy, you must really appreciate that,’” said Bulman, president of a local plumbers’ and steamfitters’ union. Montfort said he was pleased to be at the event, which he captured in photos with his cell phone, using one shot of Biden and the crowd as his new screen saver. He also conveyed a warm welcome to Biden from Warren County residents. “Considering what has happened to the economy, it would be foolish to expect it to be straightened out in 140 days,” Montfort said. “After a devastating storm, you have to clean up before you start the process of rebuilding.”

The Source brings full bike repair shop area NORTH CREEK — Owners of The Source, located at 37 Bridge Street in downtown North Creek, have announced the opening of their full bike repair and service shop. Customers can now drop off road, mountain and cruising bikes for service. From routine tune-ups to full repairs or part replacement, The Source is the destination for all biking needs! The retail shop is also stocked with bike parts, ranging from tubes, brake cables, chains, tires, etc. for customers to do their own repairs. The Source’s retail operation continues to carry a mix of consignment items as well as brand new gear. The shop currently features Mountain Hardware, Mountain Smith, Outdoor Research, and Osprey brands, with all items priced below suggested retail! The Source is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday through Monday, Sunday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and closed Tuesday and Wednesday. Visit for additional information, call 251-4068 or stop in to see what they have in store for you!

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Elvis concert to highlight car show TICONDEROGA — The Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce’s 17th annual Antique & Classic Car Show will have a new element this summer. A concert by local Elvis-impersonator Jim Cawley will kick off the show. “The King in Concert – An Elvis Tribute” starring Cawley will be performed Saturday, Aug. 1, at the EMA in Ticonderoga at 7 p.m. Tickets are on sale for $15 in advance or $18 at the door. Call 585-6619 for additional information or to buy tickets. The car show weekend kicks off Saturday with a poker run starting at 12:30 p.m. at Adam’s Rib Restaurant. Throughout the afternoon, the Ticonderoga Farmers’ Market will be offering a variety of produce and assorted

Klye Douglas, age 13, of Indian Lake, shows off the 5 - pound 1 ounce and 3 - pound largemouth bass he caught.

goods, all locally grown and produced. Cawley’s Elvis Tribute caps off the evening. Sunday, Aug. 2, the Ticonderoga car show – a Super Wheels qualifying show – runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Bicentennial Park. More than 300 antique and classic vehicles will be on display. Food and entertainment will be available throughout the day, as will music, games, prizes and more. The cost to register a vehicle is $10 in advance or $12 at the gate. The event is free for spectators. Go online at ml or call 585-6619 for more information.

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Derby From page 1 Indian Laker Taylor Wells, 14, brought in the largest rock bass. Not to be out done, six-year-old Lindsey Johnson of Dillsbury, PA took the sunfish competition. While everyone could not win for the largest fish, there were plenty of other opportunities. An ongoing casting contest awarded multiple fishing lure prizes for tossing a lure into a floating ring on the lake, raffles provided prizes through out the morning and a grand raffle at the end distributed over 30 rod and reel combinations. All of this plus hamburgers and hot dogs off the grill were provided free to participants and their adult supervisors. Funds for the derby were provided by local businesses, Fish and Game Association members, friends of kids fishing, and a few out of town and national companies. The Indian Lake/Blue Mountain Lake Fish and Game Association, Inc. is an organization dedicated to the promotion of better fishing and hunting, sportsmanship, and conservation including training and support of youth activities associated with these goals. Instruction in the proper handling of firearms and the support of legislation pertaining to the use and ownership of firearms are important values to the Association. Membership is open to any person who has similar interests and is willing to support the Association through occasional volunteering of time to help further the Associations' goals. Contact the Association by writing to Box 521, Indian Lake, NY 12842 for additional information.

The Couponers’ Secret Weapon By Jill Cataldo CTW Features


’ve got a secret. If you were to walk through my kitchen, nothing would seem out of the ordinary. My refrigerator is well stocked with food, as are my kitchen cabinets. It looks very much like I’d imagine your own kitchen looks. But take a look at my basement pantry, and prepare for a By Jill Cataldo shock. The room looks like a small-scale supermarket. Stocked shelves line the walls. More than 30 boxes of brand-name cereal will greet you, along with 20 bottles of apple juice. Towers of paper towels and toilet paper rolls reach toward the ceiling. There are so many packages of baby diapers in here that, stacked, they’d completely conceal the pantry door. And the shelf of household cleaners – everything from furniture polish and dishwasher detergent to glass cleaner and carpet sprays – will leave you wondering why my house isn’t spotless. (Hey, I do have three kids who make it their daily mission to undermine my housecleaning efforts!) People’s reactions to my pantry never cease to amuse me. They ask, “Are you worried about a food shortage?” “Who will eat all of this?” “Did you buy all of this at one time?” But once I explain stockpiling most people begin to get it. Wouldn’t you buy a lot of cereal if it were only 6 cents a box? How many bottles of apple juice would you buy at 25 cents a bottle? Both of these products have a long shelf life. And my family of five goes through a lot of cereal and juice, among many other things. If I bought what I thought our family would drink in a week during the apple juice sale, I’d leave the store with just three bottles. Once those bottles were gone, I’d be back at the store paying $2.89 apiece for the next three. Instead, I stockpile. Stockpiling is a simple concept. Once you start, you’ll wonder why you didn’t shop this way before. Of course, you may also wonder where all your pantry space went. Next week I’ll share some of my stockpiling tips with you. © CTW Features

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2008. The principal office of the LLC is 4 Kimberly Lane, Queensbury, in Warren County, New York. The Secretary of State has been designated agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. The post office address to which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC served upon him/her is P.O. Box 763, Glens Falls, New York 12801. The character or purpose of the business of the LLC is to provide investigative services and security support. NE-6/13-7/18/09-6TC34269 --------------------------------

NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY EQUIPMENT COMPANY SAWMILLS FROM ONLY $2,990.00— The name of the Limited Company is, Convert your LOGS TO VALUABLE LUM- Liability BER with your own Norwood portable band ACCURATE HOME sawmill. Log skidders also available. nor- INSPECTION OF THE Free information: CAPITAL REGION LLC. 1-800-578-1363-Ext300-N. The Articles of organization were filed with the FAIRS/ of State on FLEA MARKETS Department May 22, 2009. The office of the company is located ANTIQUE FAIR AND FLEA MARKET Aug 1st & 2nd at the Washington County in Warren County. The Fairgrounds, Rte. 29, Greenwich NY. Secretary of State has $2 admission. (Sat. 8a-6p, Sun 9a-4p) been designated as agent Featuring over 160 dealers. GREAT FOOD. of the company upon Early-Bird Friday (7/31 - 6a-6p - $10). whom process against it RAIN or SHINE. Call (518) 331-5004 may be served. The post office address to which the SSNY shall mail a LEGALS copy of any process News Enterprise against it is: LLC c/c William H. Jones, 52 Carey Legal deadline Rd., Lake George, NY 12845. The purpose of Monday @ 3:00pm the Limited Liability ComPlease Send Legals pany is to do home By EMAIL To: inspections. NE-6/20-7/25/09-6TC34273 NOTICE OF QUALIFI- -------------------------------CATION OF PHANTOMS HOCKEY, LLC, Authority FORMATION OF A NEW LIMITED filed with the SSNY on YORK 05/21/09. Office location: LIABILITY COMPANY Warren County. LLC The name of the limited company is formed in PA on liability 03/23/2009. SSNY is des- ROGER T. BISS, LLC ignated as agent upon (The LLC). whom process against The date of filing of the the LLC may be served. Articles of Organization SSNY shall mail a copy of with the Department of process to: C/O the LLC, State was June 3, 2009. 1196 Linden Vue Drive, The county in New York in Canonsburg, PA 15317. which the offices of the Cert of Formation filed LLC are located is Warwith Pedro R. Cortes, ren County. PA Sec. of the Common- The Secretary of State wealth, North Office has been designated as Bldg., Harrisburg, PA agent of the LLC upon 17120 . Purpose: Any whom process may be served, and the Secretary Lawful Purpose. NE-6/13-7/18/09-6TC- of State shall mail a copy of any such process 34257 -------------------------------- served against the LLC to 21 Sugar Pine Road, NOTICE OF Queensbury, New York FORMATION OF 12804 LIMITED LIABILITY The business purpose of COMPANY. Articles of the LLC is to engage in Organization for a limited any and all business liability company, Pioneer activities permitted under Investigations, LLC were the laws of the State of filed with the Department New York. & DEL of State on August 27, BORGOS

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 9 SIGNORE, P.C. P.O. Box 4392 Queensbury, New York 12804 (518) 793-4900 NE-6/20-7/25/09-6TC34272 -------------------------------MOULTON MASONRY & CONSTRUCTION, LLC Notice of Confirmation of Limited Liability Company pursuant to Section 203 of the Limited Liability Company Law. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State (SSNY) on June 2, 2009. Principal Business Location: P.O. box 446, Lake Luzerne, Warren County, New York 12846. SSNY designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of any process to: P.O. Box 446, Lake Luzerne, New York 12846. The purpose of the LLC is for the parties to engage in any lawful activity. Submitted by; Raeann C. Johnson, Esq., 261 Main Street, Corinth, NY 12822. NE-6/20-7/25/09-6TC34274 -------------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC) NAME OF THE LLC IS: BAKER BUILT LLC THE DATE OF FILING OF THE ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION WITH THE SECRETARY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK (SSNY) IS - MAY 4, 2009. THE OFFICE WITHIN THE NEW YORK STATE LLC IS LOCATED IN IS WARREN COUNTY. THE SSNY IS DESIGNATED AS AGENT OF THE LLC UPON WHOM PROCESS AGAINST IT MAYBE SERVED. THE POST OFFICE TO WHICH THE SSNY SHALL MAIL A COPY OF ANY PROCESS AGAINST THE LLC SERVED UPON HIM OR HERS IS: BAKER BUILT LLC, 22 WINDY LANE, BOLTON LANDING, NY 12814. THE SPECIFIC DATE UPON WHICH THE LLC IS TO DISSOLVE IS: NONE. THE PURPOSE OF THE BUSINESS OF THE LLC IS: ANY LAWFUL BUSINESS OF PURPOSE. NE-6/20-7/25/09-6TC34300 -------------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION of North Star Home Inspections LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of

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NY (SSNY) March 26, 2009. Office Location Warren Co. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to 105 McGillis Ave. Lake George, NY, 12845. Purpose: any lawful act. NE-6/27-8/1/09-6TC34310 -------------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY 1. The name of the limited liability company is Mohican Street, LLC 2. The articles of organization were filed with the Department of State on April 3, 2009. 3. The office of the Company is to be located in Warren County. 4. The Secretary of State has been designated as agent of the Company upon whom process against it may be served. The post office address to which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against it served upon him or her is c/o Bosy, P.O. Box 1, Lake George, NY 12845. 5. The purpose of the limited liability company is to engage in any lawful act or activity for which a limited liability company may be organized under the New York Limited Liability Company Law. NE-7/4-8/8/09-6TC34332 -------------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION OF NEW YORK LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY The name of the limited liability is 2200 ROUTE 9, LLC. The date of filing of the Articles of Organization with the Department of State was June 19, 2009. The county in New York in which the offices of the LLC are located is Warren. The Secretary of State has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process may be served, and the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any such process served against the LLC to 2200 ROUTE 9, LLC, 5 Mill Road, Lake George, New York 12845. The business purpose of the LLC is to engage in any and all business activities permitted under the Limited Liability Com-


pany Law of the State of New York. NE-7/4-8/8/09-6TC34361 --------------------------------

LLC. Term: Perpetual. Purpose: Any lawful business purpose including but not limited to retail distribution of sporting goods. NOTICE OF FORMA- NE-7/11-8/15/09-6TCTION OF LIMITED LIA- 34367 BILITY COMPANY. -------------------------------Name: BB Tackle LLC. Articles of Organization NOTICE OF filed with SSNY on FORMATION OF 6/29/09. Business Loca- LIMITED LIABILITY tion: 12 Geer Street, COMPANY Name: Heber Glens Falls, NY 12801. Farms LLC. Articles of SSNY designated as Organization of Heber agent for service of Development LLC filed process. SSNY shall mail with Secretary of State of a copy of process to the New York (SSNY) on

December 31, 2008, with date of formation being January 1, 2009. Name changed to Heber Farms LLC by Certificate of Amendment filed May 27, 2009. Office location: Warren County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to the LLC, 239 Brownville Rd., Gansevoort, NY 12831. Purpose: any lawful act or activities. NE-7/18-8/22/09-6TC34393

SATURDAY July 18, 2009

-------------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC) Name: FIRE FUELS, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on June 26, 2009. Office location: Warren County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to: The LLC,

1177 Ridge Road,Queensbury, NY 12804. Purpose of LLC: The business purpose of the company is to engage in any and all business activities permitted under the laws of the State of New York. NE-7/18/09-8/22/09-6TC34395 -------------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (“LLC”) Name: Northern L.G. Properties, LLC. Articles

of Organization filed with the Secretary of State (“SSNY”) on July 3, 2009. Office Location: Warren County. The “SSNY” is designated as agent of the “LLC” upon whom process against it may be served. “SSNY” shall mail a copy of any process to the principal business location of LLC: 9848 Route 8, Hague, NY 12836. Purpose: All lawful activities. NE-7/18-8/22/09-6TC34413 --------------------------------


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FARM EQUIPMENT POST HOLE Digger - Woods, 3pt., 18” Auger, $1400, new $700 OBO. 518-5769265


REC VEHICLES SALES/RENTALS 1977 PROWLER Camper 27’ needs TLC but not bad, 1st. $650 takes it away. 518-5463408


1999 YAMAHA 250 Bear tracker ATV, runs great, 2 new rear tires $499.00. 518-5973593

1989 FORD 150 truck, needs brake work $1,300. 518-547-9499

JET SKI Yamaha Wave Runner 500CC, Yellow & White, 1990, good condition $500 Firm. 802-468-5693 ‘ 96 SHADOW Cruiser 25’ , 5th wheel camper w/hitch $3500 518-576-4252


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REAL PROPERTY FOR SALE 5 ACRES: LAKE & RIVER USES $19,900. 5 Acres: Lake Morris $39,900. Terms. 1-888-683-2626 AAA - RIVERFRONT/WILDERNESS LAND SALE w/Ponds, Streams, ATV /Snowmobile Trails. Tons of Wildlife & More. 15 ac. Riverfront $34,900. 58 ac Pond/Stream $79,900. 6 ac Lake/Valley Views $29,900. Call Now! 1-800-260-2148. BLOWOUT LAKE James. Gated Waterfront Community in Blue Ridge Montains of Western NC. Scenic Mountain~ Lake View Homesites available. Call now for best selection 1-800-709-LAKE

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NYS LAND SALE JULY SPECIAL! 10 acres - lakefront WAS: $79,900 NOW: $49,900. 5 acres w/ Rustic camp Salmon River Area $19,900. 46 acres - borders stateland, ponds, foodplot $59,900. 4 acres in Southern CHECK us out at Tier #1deer country! WAS: $16,900 NOW: 8,900! Over 100 different properties. Many sizes & areas. Trees, ponds, lakes & streams. 1-800229-7843 Christmas & Associates

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NYS LAND SALE JULY SPECIAL! 10 AcresLakefront WAS: $79,900 NOW: $49,900. 5 Acres w/ Rustic Camp Salmon River Area $19,900. 46 Acres- Borders Stateland, ponds, foodplot $59,900. 4 Acres in Southern Tier #1 Deer County! WAS: $16,900 NOW: $8,900. Over 100 different properties. Many sizes & areas. Trees, ponds, lakes & streams 800-229-7843 Christmas & Associates UPSTATE NY ABANDONED FARM! 10 acres - $29,900. Beautiful Cooperstown area acreage with apple trees, valley views, superb setting! 1-866-979-0790


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CHILD CARE OPENINGS AVAILABLE NOW DOING CHILD CARE in my home, many years Experience, References, Reasonable & Flexible Rates/Hours, Meals included, Danielle 518-585-2500.

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SALES AGENT: Combined Insurance. Now hiring Licensed / Non-Licensed. Paid Training. Benefits. Drivers license required. Please call Melissa Murphy 1-800-485-9706

AWESOME CAREER OPPORTUNITY $20/hr., Avg $57K/yr. Postal Job!! Paid Training/Vacations, OT. Full Benefits. Pension Plan. Call M-F, 8-5 CST. 1-888-3616551 Ext. 1036

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AWESOME CAREER OPPORTUNITY. $20/hr/ $57K/yr, Postal jobs, Pd Training, Vac. Benefits. Call M-F, 8-5CST. 888-3616551, Ext.1034

UNDERCOVER SHOPPERS earn up to $100 per day. Undercover shoppers needed to judge retail/dining establishments. Exp. not required. Call 1-800-491-7982

EARN $1000 Weekly Assembling Toys From Home. NO selling & NO recruiting needed!

WORK AT HOME. Government Jobs, data entry, clerical benefits. $12-$48 hr. FT/PT. Call 1-888-293-7370.

EARN $1000 weekly assembling toys from home. NO selling & NO recruiting needed!


EARN UP to $30 per hour. Experience not Required. Undercover shoppers needed to judge retail and dining establishments. Call 800-742-6941

ESSEX COUNTY Horace Nye Home Announces a Vacancy for a Full Time Registered Nurse for the 11-7 shift $20.32 per hour with benefits. For additional information, contact the Essex County Department of Personnel and Civil Service, 7551 Court St., P.O. Box 217, Elizabethtown, NY 12932 Phone 518-873-3360.

EARN UP TO $500 weekly assembling angel pins at home. No experience required. 817230-4879,

EXPERIENCE ONLY. Cutters & Skidder operator. Fort Ann, Whitehall area. Call 518494-4743. HELP WANTED Laborer The Village of Port Henry is now accepting applications for a full time laborer. A complete job description and applications are available at the Village Hall located at 4303 Main Street, Port Henry, NY 12974. The deadline to submit applications is Friday, July 31, 2009. The Village of Port Henry is an equal opportunity employer.

HOME HEALTH Aides needed Qualifications: Certified Home Health Aides, (training available) CNA’s conversion testing available, RN needed for per-diem work, Helping Hand Caregivers 81 White Birch Lane, Indian Lake, NY 518-648-5713 OUTDOOR WORK Part-Time, own pickup truck & chain saw a plus. Call 518-2512511.

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Looking for Full Time, Year round Chef experienced need only apply call

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Editor for weekly regional newspaper group. Applicants must have strong communication and writing skills, be versed in Quark Express and digital photography as well as Apple Computer Systems. The chosen applicant will create 8-10 articles of general community interest, take local photographs, edit local copy such as press releases and obituaries, and assist in writing copy for special issues. Generous wage, health insurance, paid time off, matching retirement program and life insurance. Journalism experience preferred, but will train the right individual. This is an opportunity to work for a 61-yearold independently owned company with an excellent business and financial reputation, that is growing. Send resume to: John Gereau, Denton Publications PO Box 338, Elizabethtown, NY 12932 or email to:


Ask for: Todd or DeAnna 39782

Temporary ABA Paraprofessional

needed, following the regular school calendar, at Tupper Lake Children’s Corner working with a young child with special needs. 30 hrs/wk, $9.02/hr. High school diploma or equivalent needed. Some previous experience working with special needs preschool children preferred. NYS Teacher Assistant certification preferred. Training provided. Send resume and cover letter to:

The Adirondack Arc Children’s Corner, 12 Mohawk Street, Tupper Lake, NY 12986 EOE



SATURDAY July 18, 2009

Newcomb Volunteer Fire Department Steak Roast and Parade July 25, 2009 • Parade Starts at 11:00 on Pine Tree Road Family Fun Continues at Newcomb’s Town Beach Dinner Tickets are $12 and available at the High Peaks Golf Course (582-2300), Bissell’s Store (582-3301), and the Newcomb House Bar & Grill (582-4401). Dinner will start to be served at 1:00pm. Dinner includes: Steak, Baked Potato, Corn on the Cob, Cole Slaw, and Dinner Rolls. Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Sausages, and Nonalcoholic Beverages will be on sale. Please buy your tickets early as the event traditionally sells out. Only 675 tickets will be sold.

Live Musical Entertainment! Games For Children! Reminder the Town of Newcomb does “Not Allow Dogs” on the Beach. Interested in participating in the Parade, please call Holly Bradway at 582-4712 or 582-2107. Funds Support Newcomb’s Volunteer Fire Department & Rescue Squad.

and Eric Peter Siding Window Company

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Dinner Tickets Available at High Peaks Golf Course 518-582-3211 • Town Hall

Land and Water Sports include Tennis, Lacrosse, Soccer, Basketball, Baseball, Swimming, Waterskiing, Sailing, Canoeing, Hiking, Gymnastics, Dance, Drama, Arts, Ropes Courses and More! Winter Address: 484 South Wood Rd., Rockville Centre, NY 11570 PH: 516-867-3895 • FAX: 516-868-3819 Summer Address: 2723 State Route 28N, Minerva, NY 12851 PH: 518-251-2919 • FAX: 518-251-3060 BACO • CHE-NA-WAH •

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Over 50 years On a private lake One family ownership In the Adirondacks A caring, friendly environment Separate programs and facilities


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SMOKE EATERS JAMBOREE Warrensburg Recreation Field • Library Avenue • Warrensburg, New York


JULY 24 - 25, 2009 FRIDAY, JULY 24 * Gates Open at 6:00 P.M. *

Auction with Jim Galusha Auction will start at 6:30 P.M. “Locally Donated Goods” S* * A LS O FO R TH E K ID N” R IS K Y TH E C LO W B & N W LO C E F R EC K LE S TH

SATURDAY, JULY 25 * Gates Open at 5:00 P.M. * OUR FAMOUS CHICKEN BBQ BBQ serves at 5:00 P.M. * Also for the Kids * Bob Carroll Ventriloquist and Rosco the Clown

Presenting on Stage at 7:00 P.M.


FIREWORKS Games of Chance - Kids Games - Food & Beverages Midway & Rides by Green Mountain Amusements

$3.00 Entrance Donation Friday and Saturday Nights 43752

Benefit: Warrensburg Volunteer Fire Company, Inc. 45777

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