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ATCNRC raffle offers something for every local sportsman. See Page 2

Annual Indian Lake Country Christmas Tour is fast approaching.

Check out the local sports action from around the area.

Enterprise eyes county railroad Hyperion String Quartet set to play in North Creek NORTH CREEK — Upper Hudson Musical Arts recently announced a concert by the Hyperion String Quartet Saturday, Nov. 6, at 7:30 p.m. at the Tannery Pond Community Center. Tickets are $15 for adults and admission is free for students. For information, call 251-3751. The concert is made possible in part with funds from the New York State Council on the Arts.

Regional writers featured in local reading WARRENSBURG — The Second Thursday Readings by regional writers of prose and poetry that are usually hosted monthly at Willows Bistro will be held Nov. 11 at TREES on Main Street in Bolton Landing. Four writers will share short selections from their works. Featured will be David J. Pitkin of Chestertown, Lee Merrett of Queensbury and Schroon Lake, Beti Spangel of Schroon Lake, and Nancy Kimball of Diamond Point. The readings begin at 7 p.m. and the public is invited to attend at no cost. For more information email Persis Granger and or call 644-5756.

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Ski trains, dome cars, dinner trips and freight traffic proposed for county railway By Thom Randall NORTH CREEK — Warren County’s existing scenic railway could soon have gracious dome cars, offer upscale dinner excursions, bring well-heeled skiers from downstate to Gore Mountain and offer affordable commuting for local workers — if a rail enterprise seeking a contract with the county has their way. Such a multi-faceted railway service took a step closer to reality Tuesday when Warren County Supervisors decided to interview and negotiate with the railway company, Iowa Pacific Holding, LLC which offers 10 railways in the rural U.S. and two in England. Iowa Pacific was one of three firms submitting proposals to operate the

Yvonne Perry, Martha Byrne and Ellen Dolan joins fans from Indian Lake and Long Lake for photos after the cabaret at the Long Lake Town Hall during the recent Adirondack Affair, which welcomed daytime television stars from past and present to the Adirondacks. Photo submitted

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North Country Outreach Center seeks local input on name change By Lindsay Yandon NORTH CREEK — The North Country Outreach Center hopes to soon learn the answer to the age-old question, “what’s in a name?” The organization has decided to change its name and recently released a request to local citizens to assist them in the process in the form of a “name that center” campaign. “We are a growing organization and we felt it was time for a change,” said administrative director, Andrea Hogan. The North Country Outreach Center has been experiencing recent confusion between itself and North Country Ministry, an organization operating out of the village of North Creek. The ministry owns the outreach center building and also owns and operates the apartment buildings neighboring the outreach center, but the two are separately operating organizations.


“We hope to soon purchase our building from the ministry,” said Hogan. “And we feel that this name change will alleviate some of the confusion between the two.” The outreach center has requested that the local community get involved with the name change and suggest new names for the organization. “We felt that it would be a fun way to get people involved and help us in the process,” said Hogan. The current logo will remain and the organization hopes a new name will be in place by Thanksgiving. The North Country Outreach Center, a completely volunteer entity, houses the local food pantry, a family clothing center, hosts GED classes and provides an affordable space for local events. “We are always looking for volunteers and we hope the new things happening will stir up some support in the form of volunteers and donations,” said Hogan.

The sign that marks the entrance to the North Country outreach Center on Route 28 in North Creek will soon sport a new name. Local residents will have input in the name change through the organizations “Name That Center” campaign. Photo by Lindsay Yandon

To submit a name suggestion, email it to or send it to NCOC , P.O. Box 201 North Creek, NY 12853.


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ATCNC sponsors sportsman raffle By Lindsay Yandon

Railroad From page 1 county railway, run for the past 12 years by Upper Hudson River Railroad. UHRR and Codorus Creek Railway Co. of Pennsylvania were the other two firms submitting proposals, but the county leaders shelved those in favor of Iowa Pacific. Supervisors said that UHRR’s proposal wasn’t viable because it didn’t include a plan for growth, and it called for expensive subsidies by the county for passengers and train trips, including several dollars per ticket sold and up to $5,000 per scheduled trip. The other two proposals didn’t call for such subsidies. Iowa Pacific is operator of upscale scenic train lines including the Mount Hood Railroad in Oregon and the Rio Grande Scenic Railroad, which was named by USA today as one of the 10 best scenic rail routes in the nation. NORTH CREEK — As the hunting and sporting season gets under way, Adirondack Tri-County Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (ATCNRC) will host a sportsman raffle to raise funds for the organization. Hailing from Western New York, where such raffles are common, ATCNRC administrator Hal Payne is excited about the introduction of this fundraising effort. “This is something different,” he said. “It is a collaborative fundraising effort and we believe it will be popular, considering the season.” Tickets have been on sale for the past few weeks and sales will continue at local businesses including Gallow Realty, Nemecs, Braley & Noxon, the Gore Mountain Region Chamber of Commerce as well as from ATCNRC employees until the Nov. 20 drawing. Funds raised will benefit the general fund at ATCNRC and will be used for facility maintenance and improvement. Prizes were purchased locally from Nemecs in Warrensburg and include hunting rifles, a trail camera, a rifle scopes and much more. Tickets are $20 apiece or $50 for three tickets. Each ticket will enter buyers into the drawing and one ticket could yield all prizes — there is no limit to winnings. Tickets also automatically enter contestants into a

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Hal Payne, ATCNRC administrator and members of fundraising committee Holly Bessette and Ann Woodard show off some of the prizes being offered by their sportsman raffle. Photo by Lindsay Yandon

drawing for the grand prize of a 2010 Honda 4-wheeler, to be awarded on Dec. 23. ATCNRC will host a drawing party at the North Creek Fire Department with refreshments and other raffles, Saturday, Nov. 20. Winners need not be present and tickets serve as admission to the evening’s events. Payne is encouraged by the dedication from his staff during the fundraising efforts. Several months ago, a fundraising

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committee was established and created the sportsman idea. Employees have sold over 400 tickets to date and show no signs of slowing, according to Payne. “We offered a $100 prize to the employee who sold the most tickets,” he said. “And it has certainly stirred up some friendly competition.” Tickets are far from sold out and will be available up to the drawing. To contact ATCNRC for ticket information, call 251-2447.

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NYS skiers, tourists to be sought Iowa Pacific proposes that the ski train would roll on weekends and select weekdays in winter between Saratoga Springs and North Creek. Their feeder train service would provide convenient passenger connections to Albany, Vermont, Massachusetts and New York City. Their proposal estimates that an average of 420 passengers will ride each of 47 annual ski trains, consisting of two dome cars and four coaches, a lineup that would have a maximum capacity of 770. Their excursion trains would run from spring through October, with 150 trips planned, and a predicted average ridership of 270 passengers per day. Excursions trains would have planned side-trips into local villages for shopping and exploring. The dinner cruise train would include a four-course meal and some of the trips would feature murder-mystery themed excursions. Such trips would be operated from Saratoga Springs to North Creek, using two dome cars. Ridership for these trains is estimated at 120 passengers on each of more than 50 trips per year. Special event excursions including Day Out with Thomas and Polar Express would be offered from the North Creek station. To develop a robust passenger service, the proposal pledges that Iowa Pacific will invest about $300,000 in marketing. Such efforts are to include developing partnerships with various area accommodations and attractions in offering train-trip packages. It also says the company will develop group and corporate travel and chartered services, bringing thousands of people to visit North Creek, Riparius, Thurman, Stony Creek, Hadley, Corinth and other stops along the railway. To jumpstart such ridership, Iowa Pacific pledges to bring in travel planners from all over the nation, offering free introductory excursions. Iowa Pacific’s proposal includes paying the county $10 for each freight car traveling on the railroad and $2 for each passenger car. Supervisors expressed an urgency to meet with Iowa Pacific officials with an aim to work out a potential agreement to meet the firm’s Dec. 1 deadline.

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Supervisors showed considerable enthusiasm Tuesday about Iowa Pacific’s extensive proposal, in which they pledged to invest millions of dollars in trains, infrastructure, marketing and introductory trips to launch the railway’s success. The firm predicts that they’d have more than 500 train trips scheduled annually when the railway is in full swing. They’ve proposed to operate the following routine services through the county at regular intervals, most of them daily in season: a ski train from the Saratoga Springs rail station; a scenic excursion train; a dinner cruise train; and special event trains; plus a feeder train service to connect the county trains to Saratoga Springs with the busy Rensselaer Amtrak station, Vermont rail service and passengers traveling from New York City. In the proposal, for which they are seeking approval by Dec. 1, Iowa Pacific offers to bring in domed club cars, air conditioned coaches built for $1.7 million each, and various locomotives.

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Christmas to come early in Indian Lake By Lindsay Yandon

INDIAN LAKE — Although Adirondack residents still wait for snow, Christmas is closer than they think as Indian Lake’s Country Christmas Tour fast approaches. The 13th

Dolores Weisinger shows off some of the offerings at last year’s Country Christmas Tour in Indian Lake. Photo by Brenda Valentine

annual event will feature a “Made in the Adirondacks” theme and provide holiday themed gifts directly from the homes of local artisans and crafters Friday and Saturday, Nov. 26 - 27. “This is a great opportunity to get a jump on holiday shopping,” said chairperson, Brenda Valentine. The Country Christmas Tour is self-guided event, which visits over 60 Adirondack artisans and crafters throughout Indian Lake in their own homes and shops. Featured artisans and crafters include Dolores Weisinger and her holiday chocolates, Dan McFadden with his handcrafted furniture, and much more. The unique shopping opportunity will also offer family activities throughout Indian Lake, making it a communitywide event. Liddy Johnson will help children create their own handmade gifts to give away at Christmas. “She has designed this very popular workshop to engage youngsters in hands-on experiences as they craft their own holiday gifts,” said Valentine of Johnson’s work. Patrick Sisti, better known as Father Christmas during the Country Christmas Tour, has been a familiar visitor for many years. As usual, he will stop by the Workshop to help kick off the holiday season and to greet and pose in photos with youngsters and their families. Joining the family events is Bob Willemsen with his model train exhibit and demonstration. Visitors will have the opportunity to step back to the year 1917, meet Jim Meek and participate in a tour of the Beckary House. Dr. Beckary, Indian Lake’s physician during World War II and formerly from Brooklyn, NY, built this farm-

house. Both nights will be capped by performances of “Annie” by the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts. The classical musical will be performed by a cast from throughout the Adirondack Park. Performances will be at 7 p.m. and 2 p.m. on both days. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for children. Members receive a $5 discount. “Many shoppers return to Indian Lake each year to begin their holiday shopping by purchasing their gifts during the Country Christmas Tour,” said Valentine. “First time visitors to Indian Lake will be able to locate artisans and crafters, businesses and activities with ease.” Tour brochures and maps will be available at the Chamber of Commerce, Town Hall and at many businesses throughout the town. For further information, contact Valentine at 648-5636.

Adirondack Museum community programs receive support The 2011 Cabin Fever Sunday schedule includes “Below Zero and Above Reproach,” with naturalist Ed Kanze, Jan. 9; “Let’s Eat! Adirondack Food Traditions and Inspirations” with Curator Hallie Bond and Chef Stephen Topper, to be held in North Creek, Jan. 23; “Times of Trouble,” a dramatic performance of the life of Mary Day Brown, wife of abolitionist John Brown by Sandra Weber, at Saranac Village at Will Rodgers, Feb 27; “Night Vision: Wildlife Photography of Hobart V. Roberts,” with Chief Curator Laura Rice, to be held at the Old Forge Arts Center, March 13; “Women and the Conservation Movement,” with Assistant Educator Jessica Rubin, March 27; and “Adirondack Ingenuity” by Associate Curator Laura Cotton, April 10. Complete information about all of the Cabin Fever Sunday programs including location, time, and admission fees can be found on the Adirondack Museum’s website at

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y the time you read this news you will know who you voted for. We all hope that the ones in office will try and better our state and nation. We need to stand firm and pray for freedom. News October was Pastor Appreciation Month. Did you remember your pastor? Rev. Ron Allen was presented with a reading and a gift certificate for Applebees. It was a time to think of things pastors do for others. Ava Grace Conlon was born almost a month early to Alonzo and Maureen on Oct. 29 in Albany Medical Hospital. Parents and baby are doing great. Martha Persons recently flew to Florida to visit her moth-

er, who is in her 90s. Many are in or have been in the hospital recently. We wish all their health to improve. They are: Verna Bradway, Deann Lawrence, Dawn Morehouse, Helen Allen, Elke Dunkley, Joyce Reed and Pat Porter. Fred and Ruth Allen and another couple from New Jersey enjoyed the weekend at their River House at The Glen. They enjoyed the beauty of Fall. Erica Bornn would love to have someone in her area walk with her, but not to early. Give her a call. On Saturday their was a great celebration in honor of the death of Kate Hunter who was 103. The graveside in Hague had many family and friends. After, more family and friends gathered at the Community Center in Hague. Aunt Kate was a super lady with tons of laughs. She always had kind things to say and a nice meal for others. She will be missed. Corey Ouellette and Naomi Noel were united in marriage Oct, 23 by Rev. Ron Allen. Myesha, niece of Jeff Wemett, had her baby a month early. Both doing well.


he garden is getting prepared for winter. The Rose garden was mulched to protect the tender roots. We have been trying to keep up with the deadheading. Some of it is nice to leave until spring because, even when it turns brown, there is a flow to the garden when the wind blows. The grasses and the Joe Pie Weed will stay until spring. I noticed we have another iris that is in bud, but I By Ski Bowl Park Gardening Group do not think it will make blooming before winter hits. We use fresh cut wood chips to keep the paths under control. There are still lots of chips that need to be spread. Kathleen helped me with some weeding and mulching this week. When we were getting ready to leave and Kathleen looked up at the mountain and commented about how lucky we are to live in such a beautiful place. Sometimes we take it for granted. We had company from England last week and looking through their eyes, we saw the beauty anew. Kathleen also helped Kelly and I work on the new dirt pile that will soon be lawn over by the ski bowl building. It had rained the night before and we were covered in mud by the time we were finished. Thanks Kelly and Kathleen — that was a really messy job. I want to thank the crew that came on Monday — Kate, JJ, Kelly, Phil, Jane, Rick, and Evelyn — that was an awesome job! We are hoping for one more work day to finish it up. Kelly brought over her tractor and dragged the dirt out so we should be able to finish the job with one more morning of work. Please think about giving a couple of hours. We had a good time getting to know each other and it made the work go fast.

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SATURDAY November 6, 2010 Events Fall Flea Market/Bake Sale, Saturday, Nov. 6 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Sodom Community Church Fellowship Room. Hot Soups and Chili will be for sale for anyone wanting to have a hot lunch. Stop by! From Shirley Cleveland: John (Beaner) and Sheri Cleveland have moved into a trailer in North River. They have lived many years in Kentucky. Their daughter, Micki and her husband, Richard and two children are living in Chester Trailer Park. The children have been enrolled in North Warren Central. Lance and Bonnie Cleveland helped Beaner move in. Happy Birthday Lee Armstrong, Amanda Green, Lois Allen, Matt Millington, Cortney Richards, Gail Harris, Marvene Lawrence, Amy Dunkley Cleveland, Zachariah Morehouse, Reisha Thissell, and Mike Dnno.

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More help wanted at Ski Bowl Park To the News Enterprise: Another work day at the Ski Bowl had been planned for Monday, Nov. 8, to finish the lawn project. A work crew of 8 people removed rocks and roots and raked over the top soil that was donated by Front Street Monday, Oct. 25. Kelly Nessle used her tractor to spread the remaining soil and it is ready for a final raking. We want to get hay over it before snow. If you can help, please call Judy Brown at 2513368 or just join us anytime on Monday, Nov. 8. Thanks! Judy Brown Johnsburg

NCHF thanks local community To the News Enterprise: Laura’s Bar and Restaurant recently hosted the 2nd annual Halloween benefit for the North Country Hardship Fund (NCHF). The NCHF would like to thank all who donated and participated. As a dear friend once said, other towns can use North Creek as a model on how to be a neighbor. The NCHF, exists because of each and every person in our immediate area. I would like to extend a special thank you to Laura’s, area businesses that donated, Brant Lake Taxi, NCHF board and you. Wayno President NCHF

LONG LAKE — Author Caperton Tissot will present a slide show based on her recently published book, Adirondack Ice, a Cultural and Natural History, Nov. 29 at 7 p.m. at the Friendship Hall of the Long Lake Wesleyan Church. This will be followed by discussion and a book signing. Ice has had a substantial influence on the course of Adirondack history. Caperton, using slides and stories, will discuss how ice has helped determine the regional economy, culture and natural history. From ice industries to transportation, recreation to accidents, all has played a major role in Adirondack history. The Long Lake Historical Association is sponsoring this free event and welcomes the general public.For more information, contact Long Lake Tourism Department at 624-3077 or Long Lake Historical Society at 624-2121.

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Albany students to perform at TPCC NORTH CREEK — “Steps to Suffrage”, a musical drama will be performed by 22 student actors at Tannery Pond Community Center Tuesday, Nov. 16 at 10 a.m. DRAMAcademics, an Albany-based educational youth theater organization, incorporates historical figures and academic material into live productions. “Steps to Suffrage” highlights the 80-year struggle for American womens’ right to vote, from the First Women’s Rights Convention in Seneca Falls to the passage of the Susan B. Anthony (19th) Amendment. Show is 75 minutes long. Admission is free for students and home-educating families thanks to a grant from the Tannery Pond Community Center Association. Others attending are requested to consider a donation of $5 in support of the TPCCA. Limited seating remains. Contact DRAMAcademics Director Ruth Henry at 434-2704 or for reservations. For more information, visit

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SPORTS/CALENDAR • NEWS ENTERPRISE - 5 It was a strong offensive effort for Conner, who finished with two goals and two assists. Dametri Brown scored a goal and Taylor Ordway recorded an assist for the Jaguars. Dylan Wolfe made six saves in goal for Johnsburg. Minerva-Newcomb struck first on a goal by Wesley LeBar, who finished with two goals, in the first half. But, Johnsburg tied it on a goal by Conner. The Mountaineers took the lead again, 2-1, on Max Mueller's goal. LeBar scored his final goal of the day with two minutes left. Goalie Dylan Saville made eight saves in the loss.

Girls Soccer Indian Lake-Long Lake 2 Wells 0 INDIAN LAKE — After a threatening early injury to starting keeper Allison Pine, Carli Reynolds made her career debut in goal an unforgettable one, stopping 10 shots in Indian Lake-Long Lake's 2-0 win over Wells in a Class D quarterfinal of the Section VII Girls Soccer Tournament on Thursday, Oct. 28. Murphy Farrell scored for the Orange and defender Melanie Pierson chipped in when she scored from nearly midfield for her first varsity tally. Ninth-grade call-ups Shannon Farrell and Hamden Ranya played well for the Orange. Alyssa Cuthbert and Jessica Bain also played strong games.

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Johnsburg is pressured by Minerva-Newcomb’s Morgan Winslow as they move up the field. The Jaguars topped the Mountianeers in Class D quarterfinals. Photo by Lindsay Yandon

Johnsburg 4 Minerva-Newcomb 3 NORTH CREEK — Kevin Conner pushed the ball up the

middle to Blake Weller, who scored his first goal of the game with 6:45 remaining to give Johnsburg a 4-3 Class D quarterfinal victory over Minerva-Newcomb in the Section VII Boys Soccer Tournament on Friday, Oct. 29.

Salem 2 Johnsburg 1 JOHNSBURG — Patricia Russo drove home the gamewinner in a sudden-death penalty strokes round as sixthseeded Salem upset No. 3 Johnsburg, 2-1 Tuesday, Oct. 26 in a Class C quarterfinal of the Section II Field Hockey Tournament. The game went through two overtime periods and into its second set of penalty strokes before Salem settled it. Johnsburg was first to get on the board with 28 minutes remaining in the first half. Ashley Loomis scored on Hailey West's assist, but Salem came back to tie it three minutes later. Dana Kupiac found the equalizer on Magill Woodruff's assist. Mackenzie Dumas made 14 saves to carry the Generals to victory and Cassandra Prouty made four for the Lady Jaguars.

Tuesday November 9 NEWCOMB — Zumba at Newcomb Central School, 6:30 p.m. Call 582-3098 for more information.

NORTH CREEK — Weight Watchers meeting Tuesdays 6 - 7 p.m. Johnsburg Central School room 122. Call Kathy 251-2409 for more information. NEWCOMB — Newcomb Mt. Quilters meeting 1st Monday and 3rd Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at Newcomb Fire Hall. JOHNSBURG — The Town of Johnsburg Library Board of Trustees meets the first Wednesday of each month at the library at 5:30 p.m. The public is welcome to attend. JOHNSBURG — Play Group at the Outreach Center 1st, 2nd and 3rd Tuesdays, 10 – 11:30 a.m. MINERVA — Planet Minerva meeting 2nd Wednes-

day of each month at town hall, 7 p.m. NORTH CREEK — The Town of Johnsburg Library hosts a pre-school story hour and crafts every Friday from 10 - 11 a.m.

Friday November 5 LONG LAKE — 26th annual Tricky Tray, 6:30 p.m. at the Long Lake Town Hall. INDIAN LAKE — Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky join Anna Mouglalis & Mads Mikkelsen for one night only production at the Indian Lake, 7:30 p.m. Call 648-5950 for more information.

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WEVERTOWN — Johnsburg Youth Athletics Baseball and Softball officers and coaches will be elected, 6 p.m. at the Weavertown Town Hall. For information, please contact Maryellen Wood at 251-5861. INDIAN LAKE — Senior Citizens Bingo, 12:30 - 3 p.m. at Senior Citizens Mealsite. For more information, call 648-5412. NEWCOMB — Yoga at Newcomb Central School, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Mats provided or bring your own. Call 582-3341 for more information. NEWCOMB — Family Karate at Newcomb Central School, 6:30 p.m. Call 5823341 for more information.

NORTH CREEK — Live music at barVino, 8 p.m. INDIAN LAKE — Horseshoes at Byron Park, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friendly game of horseshoes every week. Everyone invited, no experience necessary. INDIAN LAKE — Roller Hockey at the skating rink, 7 pm. to 9 p.m. LONG LAKE — Yoga Class at St. Henry’s Church, Long Lake, 6 - 7- p.m. All levels welcome. INDIAN LAKE — Library Writers Group, 2 - 4 p.m. at Indian Lake Town Library. New members welcome. For more information, call 6485444. NEWCOMB — Family Karate at Newcomb Central School, 6:30 p.m. Call 5823341 for more information.

Saturday November 13 LONG LAKE — Veteran’s Benefit Buffet Social Hour, 5:30 p.m. at Long Lake Diner. $18.95 per person. 50/50 raffle featured. Sponsored by the Moonlighters Snowmobile Club.

Sunday November 14 LONG LAKE — Stampin’ Up Class, 12:30 - 2:30 p.m. at Long Lake Nutrition Site. Call Shawnee Ross for more information at 624-2125.



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INDIAN LAKE — Movie “Iris” with Judi Dench & Kate Winslet to benefit Helping Hands Caregivers Home Health Care. Reception at 2 p.m. Tickets are $10. Call 648-5713 for more information.

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INDIAN LAKE — Osteobusters, 9 - 10:30 a.m. at Byron Park Building. NEWCOMB — Zumba at Newcomb Central School, 6:30 p.m. Call 582-3098 for more information. LONG LAKE — Willy Wonka Day for Kindergarten ages and up, 2 - 5 p.m. at Mt. Sabattis Geiger Arena. Call 624-3077 for more information and to register.




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MINERVA — Whether responding to emergency calls, holding a car crash demonstration at Minerva Central School or fundraising at Sporty’s, the Minerva Rescue Squad has had a busy last couple of months. In September, the squad responded to 10 emergency calls. October calls (there were six) involved a controlled burn stand-by, lift assistance and other advanced life support calls. Squad members in September attended a conference in Glens Falls sponsored by the Mountain Lakes Regional EMS Council. The Minerva Volunteer Fire Department & Rescue

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NORTH CREEK — For those in the know, the Extra Helpings Community Food Buying Club has long been a reliable source for quality, budget-friendly meat, cheese and produce. Now, the program accepts food stamps, allowing even more people to stretch their food dollars in these trying economic times. Extra Helpings is a cooperative food buying program made possible through the Regional Food Bank in Albany. In essence, this partnership with community agencies throughout its service area enables the communities to offer food packages to all residents at a price well below retail. Each month, Extra Helpings offers three different packages of food for purchase. An example of one package offered in Nov. includes a 10-12 pound turkey, one pound of

fish filets, one pound of sausage, five pounds of potatoes, a dozen eggs and a bunch of celery for $21. There are always two specials offered each month and a meat box, which includes five fresh meat offerings in larger two to three pound packages for $32. Customers may order any combination of these packages and pay with either cash, check or food stamps. There are no eligibility requirements for this program and anyone regardless of level of income may participate. Thersa Dunkley, coordinator of the program is pleased that they are now able to accept food stamps. “Now a lot more people can take advantage of this and everything is kept confidential between me and the applicant,” she said. Extra Helpings is distributed on the fourth Tuesday of each month, between 11 a.m. and 12 p.m. upstairs in the North Country Outreach Center. For more information, call Dunkley at 251-5300.



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Week 7 Overall Standings Week 8 Overall 10-3 76-41 9-4 74-43 7-6 72-45 9-4 72-45 10-3 72-45 7-6 71-46 8-5 71-46 9-4 71-46 9-4 71-46 7-6 70-47 9-4 70-47 9-4 70-47 9-4 70-47 9-4 70-47 7-6 69-48 8-5 69-48 8-5 69-48 8-5 69-48 8-5 69-48 8-5 69-48 9-4 69-48 7-6 68-49 7-6 68-49 7-6 68-49 7-6 68-49 8-5 68-49 10-3 68-49 9-4 68-49 6-7 67-50 7-6 67-50 9-4 67-50 9-4 67-50 6-7 66-51 6-7 66-51 7-6 66-51

Justin Bazil Sam Grant John Gereau George Studnicky Jr. John Santasier Darren West Deborah Aldous Mike Corey Pete Burns Emmy Santasiero Randy LaFountain Patrick Allen Eddie Munoz Linc Marsac Daryl Smith Marty’s Jed Armstrong Kyle Bennett Sue Ringler Jay Grant Paul Schonewolf Dan Freebern Bill Russell Ken O’Brien Lucy Hudson Michael Curry Brian Freebern Cory Morse Tom Ramsay Kathy TenEyck Chris Morris Tom Henecker Bob Studnicky Willie Mack Taylor Goodspeed

Nancy Studnicky Joe Sherwood Bruce Hodgson Scott Robbins Troy Galusha Susan Goodspeed Matthew Aldous Chris Scott Alexandra Morland Donna Mundinger Bill Callanan Noel Davis Chris Fink Ed Aldous Kit LaBombard Donna LaVergne Paul Williams Carl Turner Ryan Sherwood Fred Ohnmacht DJ Alexander Charles Perilli Peter Olesheski Wade Wnuk Ed Coats Art Vandelay Craig Watson Shannon Wood Tom Boland David Martin Pam McDonald Tony Malikowski Adam Lawrence Eric Rushia Karie Hrp

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couldn’t ask for a better bye week. The Cowgirls were humiliated – again – and it seems there’s some new drama in Washington, too. Both of the NFC East teams in action last weekend lost, giving a little more cushion for Big Blue. Dallas is officially toast. Jerry Jones needs to, at a minimum, fire Wade Phillips today. Reports out this morning (Tuesday) are that the Deadskins are working out Jamarcus Russell, who just happens to be the biggest bust at quarterback in NFL draft history. And then there’s the Randy

Moss debacle in Minnesota. All just good, clean fun. Justin Bazil led the week, along with John Santasier, Brian Freebern, and Chris Fink, who all turned in 10-3 weeks. Bazil extended his slim lead to two games over Colby College’s own Sam Grant, who happens to be loving every minute of the Moss drama. Some more good games on tap for Week 9. Of course, The New York Football Giants will head West and put a beatdown on the Seahawks, while Indy crushes the Beagles and Green Bay sends the Cowgirls into top three draft pick land. Miami/Baltimore, San Diego/Houston, and even Kansas City/Oakland should

all be great games to watch. I’ll stick with Miami on the road and take the Texans and (can’t believe I’m saying this) the resurgent Raiders at home. I’ve got my first real upset special of the season this week: The Buffalo Bills over the Chicago Bears. That’s right, Bills over Bears, take it to the bank! One note to all: Thursday night games begin Week 10, so be sure to get your picks in on time. Please do me a big favor and send the whole week’s picks at once; it gets a little hard to keep track of things when I get two emails per picker! Thanks! GO BIG BLUE!!!

Tom’s Week 9 Picks New Orleans 35, Carolina 7 GIANTS 52, Seattle 3 Indy 30, Philly 6 Oakland 28, Kansas City 27 Green Bay 21, Dallas 0 Pittsburgh 24, Cincy 21

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