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By Shaun Kittle PLATTSBURGH — In the North Country, locally produced food is available, even in the winter. To prove it, Adirondack Harvest, a one-stop website for finding farms throughout the region, has teamed up with Cornell Co-operative Extension to put on the third annual Food from the Farm on Saturday, March 2 at the Plattsburgh City Gym.


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Hit the Monopole this weekend for some Formula 5.

Folk music with a twist at the Koffee Kat Marco Polio starts with Hall’s songwriting, and from there a rotating cast of collaborators join him both on recordings and on stage. The music Hall creates has a message that reflects the decisions he makes in life. “All my songs are about industrial civilization and technology and their effects on nature and the individual,” Hall said. Adhering to that message, Hall’s work with ROTA attempts to encourage people to interact with one another in the real world instead of online, and to connect people with local culture. “There aren’t a lot of outlets for home-grown, local culture to thrive,” Hall said. “I feel like

By Shaun Kittle PLATTSBURGH — This Saturday, four acoustic acts will perform a punk-infused spin on folk and bluegrass music at the Koffee Kat. Local acts Marco Polio and Agent 922 will share the evening with Todi Stronghands from Halifax, Nova Scotia and Byron from Guelph, Ontario, all starting at 7 p.m. The only consistent member of Marco Polio is vocalist and guitarist Matt Hall, who also serves as the vice president, events coordinator and public relations coordinator for ROTA Gallery in Plattsburgh.

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By Shaun Kittle PLATTSBURGH — For about a year, the League of Women Voters has been studying how campaigns are financed, both locally and nationally. On Saturday, March 2, the Plattsburgh League of Women Voters will hold a free, open-to-the-public forum called “Preserving Our Democracy: The Case for Campaign What: Preserving Our Democracy: The Finance ReCase for Campaign Finance Reform for New form for New York State When: Saturday, March 2 at 1 p.m. York State” Where: The Plattsburgh Town Hall, 151 at the PlattsBanker Road, Plattsburgh burgh Town th FR EE Saturday, March 9 • 10am - 4pm BOUNCE HO Hall. th U SE Sunday, March 10 • 11am - 3pm For the kids! The LWV Admission ~ Adults $3.00 ~ Children Free is a nonpartisan organization that began in 1920. Crete Civic Center ~ 4 Beach Rd., Plattsburgh, h NY ~ Off EExit it 39 Today, it has local groups in every state and works to im518-420-1020 • prove government by educating and engaging citizens. 40472 “The whole state of New York is in an uproar about campaign finance reform,”said Sally SearsMack, president of the Plattsburgh League. “People up here aren’t so far away that they don’t need to hear about As this report uncovers, most home sellers Clinton County- A new report has just this and get the right scoop, make 7 deadly mistakes that cost them been released which reveals 7 costly not just any scoop.” literally thousands of dollars. The good mistakes that most homeowners make The forum will be led by news is that each and every one of these when selling their homes, and a 9 Step speaker Barbara Bartoletti, mistakes is entirely preventable. System that can help you sell your home the legislative director for fast and for the most amount of money. the League of Women Voters In answer to this issue, industry insiders of New York. have prepared a free special report entitled This industry report shows clearly how Bartoletti represents the “The 9 Step System To Get Your Home the traditional ways of selling homes League’s interests in Albany, Sold Fast And For Top Dollar”. have become increasingly less and less and is instrumental in geteffective in today’s market. The fact of the To hear a brief recorded message about ting their voices heard by matter is that fully three quarters of home how to order your free copy of this lawmakers. sellers don’t get what they want for their report, call 1-800-282-1097 and enter During Saturday’s forum, homes and become disillusioned and — ID# 7000. You can call any time, 24/7. she will share the New York worse — financially disadvantaged when Call now and find out how you can get League’s findings on camthey put their homes on the market. the most money for your home. paign finance reform, and provide information on how This report is courtesy of Kavanaugh Realty. Not intended to solicit properties currently listed for sale. Copyright © 2013 people can get involved,

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Formula 5 returns to the Monopole By Shaun Kittle

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PLATTSBURGH — Two original bands will take the stage at the Monopole this weekend. On Friday, March 1, Formula 5 will perform their blend of “groove-based funk Bridal & Formal Wear rock” for the third time in the past six 4325 Main St., Port Henry, NY • (518) 546-7499 M-F 10-5; Sat. 10-3; Sun. 11-3 months. 23303 The following night the Tim Herron Corporation will bring rock 'n roll, bluegrass and folk—a mix they call Ameribeat—to the stage. Joe Davis, guitarist for the Albany-based Formula 5, said his band keeps returning to the North Country because of the warm reception they receive. “We get funky with it,” Davis said. “The last two times we played Plattsburgh, it's been a straight-up dance party.” Formula 5’s music takes inspiration from some standard jam band fare, like Phish and At Time the Grateful Dead, but Davis said they put Of Sale their own touch on it. Formula 5 will perform at the Monopole in Plattsburgh Friday, March 1. The show will be“We’re are really more toward the Phish gin with Buffalo-based Funktional Flow at 10 p.m. GOODYEAR • UNIROYAL • FIRESTONE • GENERAL TIRE Photo provided realm of being progressive and funky, but DUNLOP • MICHELIN • BRIDGESTONE • B.F. GOODRICH • PIRELLI for Jerry (Garcia, of the Dead), his melodic 274 Quaker Rd. runs from down scale are just pure grace,” said Davis. expressed through listening and eye contact. Queensbury, NY “It takes a lot of time to get to that, but we’re getting “That’s something that I’ve always loved. I kind of translate (across from Lowe’s) that into some of our close,” Davis said. “Right now we keep it basic on that kind (518) 798-1056 softer songs, and during of speech. We bring it down to a low level and just build the 89126 some of our more in- jam from there.” Davis said Formula 5’s tense jams I draw from that to peak the energy.” Friday show will be about 80 Both bands will perform at the Davis joined the Al- percent original music, and Monopole, 7 Protection Ave. in bany-based quartet that the covers they will play Plattsburgh. about a year ago. The might include Sledge HamFriday, March 1: Funktional “We Service What We Sell” mer by Peter Gabriel and band used to have five Flow from Buffalo will begin at 10 p.m., with Formula 5 playing members, which is why Trampled Underfoot by Led around midnight. they are called Formula Zeppelin. Saturday, March 2: Tim HerFormula 5’s new seven 5 and not Formula 4. ron Corporation will play at 10 But one year can do a song, self-titled debut album p.m. They will also perform at will be on sale for a suggestlot for a band. the Waterhole, 48 Main St., Phone: 518-236-7100 A key component of ed donation of $5 at the show. Saranac Lake, at 10 p.m. on FriFor more information, visjamming is communica2507 State Route 11, Mooers, NY day, March 1. tion between bandmem- it and bers, something that is

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APA: Help me help you I

t’s not often the Adirondack Park Agency gets good press. Let this be one of those few times. Media groups — including Denton — tend to use the APA as a convenient punching bag when property rights and economic development seem to take a back seat to environmental concerns. Rightfully so, we should be vigilant watchdogs of state government; however, we should also offer praise when it’s earned. Therefore, what the APA did for Indian Lake recently should be noted. In December 2012, APA Special Assistant for Economic Affairs Dan Kelleher released a marketing study to pinpoint which grocery chains are good candidates for Indian Lake (IGA and the Big M). The community has been without a grocery store for more than three years. This was the first such study Kelleher has compiled since joining the Agency in early 2012, and he’s hoping it won’t be his last. Asked why the APA used its important resources toward this project, we weren’t surprised to hear the same rhetoric we’ve heard for decades, about making sure Adirondack communities are sustainable and great places to live. We’ve heard that answer over and over without much definition for the word “sustainable” when it comes to economic development. Yet we were impressed by the APA’s approach to this project, and Kelleher did something during his Denton interview that government workers rarely choose to do; he explained something in plain English and with an honest answer: “We’re not exactly an organization that can go out and recruit new companies to locate to places. But we can give communities the data that they need to go do that themselves.” The APA is tiny compared to most state agencies with fewer than 60 staffers. So it doesn’t have many resources. In fact, Kelleher is the only person in the Economic Services Unit, and he received help on the Indian Lake marketing study from the two people in the Local Government Services Unit. So it’s true, they can’t go out and create economic development opportunities for Adirondack communities. That’s never really been the promise, though. What the APA has done well is work with towns and villages on local

land use plans and be a cheerleader for economic development, making sure to have a presence at major initiatives and conferences. But we don’t always see the APA’s economic development results on paper like we do with the Indian Lake Grocer Analysis. This shows in black and white that the APA can work within its mission to help communities help themselves. And one of the greatest tools they can provide is data, spelled out in a market analysis that Indian Lake can include with a business plan. Using this information, communities, such as Indian Lake, are now empowered to draft proposals to attract business. That means a bigger tax base, more jobs, and improving communities’ chances of becoming sustainable. So Kelleher is now making his Jerry Maguire plea of “Help me help you.” Communities should contact him (891-4050) if they have ideas for similar marketing studies. As for the elusive definition of sustainability, we applaud the Saranac Lake-based Adirondack North Country Association (ANCA) for its current effort to draft a North Country Regional Sustainability Plan, which should be complete in the spring. The document will focus on liveable communities, economic development, water and waste management, energy, transportation and working landscapes. The ANCA website lists the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority’s definition for sustainability: “Sustainability is living, operating and growing more efficiently, while using fewer resources ... We can also foster communities that have lower costs, more businesses and jobs, and improved quality of life.” We should note that the ANCA Board president is Steve Erman, Kelleher’s predecessor at the APA, and APA Executive Director Terry Martino is the former executive director at ANCA. With their help — and the help of many at these organizations — the Adirondack Park just might be headed in the right direction, both environmentally and economically. And, in plain English, Indian Lake could soon have a new grocery store. —Denton Publications Editorial Board

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The Sequester Quest


t’s appropriate that I draft this column flying at 10,000 feet while crossing this beautiful country of ours, on a quick overnight trip to Las Vegas for a publishers’ meeting. As I peer out the window, I ponder what our elected officials will do in the coming week with the March 1 Sequester deadline. For all of our sakes, I hope they’ve worked out a compromise to put the country on a correction course to begin addressing our ever-rising debt load. From this publisher ’s perspective, here are my recommendations to those who ultimately are suppose to be running this country and looking out for our best interest and the generations to come. Mr. President, you won the election. You’ve no further need to keep campaigning. It’s time to govern. I know you think you’ve got the upper hand over the bumbling Republicans, and perhaps you’re thinking this an opportune time to bring them to their knees. Mr. President, please take a lesson from President Lincoln. He and Gen. Grant understood we are all Americans, and standing on the neck of the South would not heal the wounds of the Union. It was time to unite and rebuild. Mr. President it’s within your reach to be the “Great Uniter” or the “Great Divider.” This nation needs to come together. Please use your reelection and your skills as a community organizer to be the ultimate nation organizer. Reach out to the opposition and embrace them as you’ve embraced your own party. Use your powerful office to unite and bring us all into the new future this country so desperately needs now. Mr. Boehner, as Speaker of the House it’s within your power to lead your party and the nation. Current public opinion of the Republican-led house is at an all-time low. If you can lead, you have nowhere to go but up. If you can’t lead the House and this nation to anything more than just further gridlock, then perhaps it’s time to step down and let a new leader seek solutions that enhance the party’s standing and inspire the party faithful. The nation and the economy need an optimistic outlook. We need to restore national pride. We need to put a new luster on America’s world imagine. The world needs American leadership now perhaps

more than ever, but if we can’t solve our own problems, how will we realistically Dan Alexander meet the Thoughts from many chalBehind the Pressline lenges that lie on the world agenda? Mr. Reed, you and your colleagues must lead the Senate to be the catalyst the brings the speaker and president together. It’s not an easy job but certainly more rewarding than presiding over a body that has accomplished little since you’ve taken control of the Senate. America, red states and blue states, we have a choice. We can continue to drive our elected officials to even greater forms of divisiveness and destroy this country for future generations or we can wake up and smell what we’ve been brewing and start sending the message of national unity that gives our elected officials the green light to move to common ground. It’s time to end this economic nightmare and recognize we’ve each got far more to lose than we’ll ever gain if we keep the country going in the current direction. We need less political cover and partisan rhetoric than we’re currently getting from harebrain stunts like the Sequester, where both parties sign on then blame the other side for its devastating effects. It was always nothing more than a façade, designed to give both parties cover during the election cycle. If both parties could sign on to that goofy plan as the best way to govern, just think what’s next if we don’t demand they set a new course now. It’s time for a new national quest … a United States quest to rediscover the promise and opportunity we owe future generations. Let’s start solving these issues now before it’s too late. We can do this. It won’t be easy, but every day we wait to start turning things around will make it that much more painful. Dan Alexander is president and CEO of Denton Publications. He may be reached at

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f the sparkle you see in MARY DUPREY’S eyes is any indication of the energy and passion she puts into PLATTSBURGH’S BIGGEST LOSERS, her participants better watch out; their lives are about to change! We visited the City Recreation Gym last week and were blown away by the camaraderie, determination and results of this program. Based on the NBC reality show, Plattsburgh’s Biggest Loser, directed by Mary Duprey, combines exercise, nutrition and accountability into a very successful weight loss and life changing program. Biggest Loser begins each fall with an application process. Forty to 50 applications are received by program coaches and col-

lectively they choose the top 25. High blood pressure, diabetes, family history of obesity, heart disease, joint replacements, depression, inability to lead an active family life and infertility are just a few of the physical and emotional reasons that people give as to why they want to participate. Candidates are carefully chosen; weight loss is one factor for consideration; but primarily by candidates having the commitment to creating a healthy life. The six month program kicks off with the Heart Walk. Following the Heart Walk, the bonding begins – group members weigh in and each participant shares the story of how they came to be part of The Biggest Loser’s Club. Biggest Losers continues with two workouts a week sprinkled with guest speakers on nutrition,

fitness, and inspiration. Workouts have great variety and a fun flair such as the number of crunches equals the combined age of the group! Some members of the group join to regain mobility after an injury or illness; some members have permanent physical limitations. The point is to move as you are able. PSUC faculty and staff provide nutritional consultation. Members have created a private Facebook group and this connection keeps them engaged with optional activities in building the habits of an active lifestyle. Certified personal trainers and past participants are the coordinators and leaders, providing creative expertise and active weight loss role models. Jenn LeCuyer serves as the program coordinator for “Walking the Walk.” She has lost 70 pounds and her husband, Jamie, is an “honorary” member, having lost 170 pounds! So far, the biggest loser in their program has lost 110 lbs! Although the loss of one to two pounds per week is the goal, the group also focuses on “non-scale” victories; someone can wear their wedding ring again, another has gained mobility that they’d lost 10 years ago, another is off high blood pressure meds and is no longer diabetic. Climbing a flight of stairs is another victory to boast about! Movement and a positive sense of self are the goals—applause and laughter are the background music to this program. We met Mary, a Certified Personal Trainer, at one of our favorite haunts in Plattsburgh, HOT YOGA! Being a big believer in cross training, Mary is the fit dynamo behind this program. She recently accomplished a dream by receiving her Master’s degree in exercise science. She and her husband set up runs and Mary also hosts a workplace wellness program at Pfizer! No question that she’s a go-to-gal for inspiration and assistance in getting your own wellness program going. She can be reached at 2972192. OUR RECOMMENDATIONS: (Mary’s too!!) Don’t be extreme; weight loss and wellness are a life-long process and your personal regimen needs to be manageable and doable on a daily, monthly and yearly basis. Get moving; 10 to 15 minutes a day is something that everyone can commit to! Begin to eliminate processed foods, one food at a time…and shop around the perimeter of the grocery store, that’s where you’ll find the healthiest choices. Walk the stairs, park further out, move in any way that you can….you get the idea! Now, get going! Sally Meisenheimer and Michele Armani visit our website at and check out our blog at

Mental health support offered by NAMI Forum to help families cope with a relative’s mental disorder

By Katherine Clark PLATTSBURGH — Living with the constant challenges of a family member with a mental illness is very difficult. The National Alliance on Mental Illness of the Champlain Valley would like to offer these families their services. NAMI will host a free Family to Family educational program for families who have loved ones with mental illness with the first of 12 forums beginning on March 6 through May 22. The programs will be held every Wednesday at 6 p.m. at the NAMI offices, 14 Healy Ave. Theresa Bennett, board member with NAMI and certified Family to Family instructor, said the program is designed for family members of people with a mental illness to get together to learn about coping mechanisms, empathy training for understanding how the world looks and sounds through the eyes of someone suffering from an illness and to offer a place just for them. “The most important factor to be learned is the basic belief that this is an organic brain disorder, centered in the brain as heart disease centers in the heart,” Bennett said. “We have many services but this program is just for family members to have a safe place to learn and share frustrations and

concerns with people who may share their experiences.” The program is designed to be a safe place where families of those affected by mental illness can vent and learn from others how to manage. The free, 12-week program will cover a range of topics including current information on major brain disorders; the latest information about medications, including side effects and strategies for promoting medication adherence; information about the most effective treatments available, what to do in a crisis; how to handle the hospitalization of loved ones, and relapse; problem solving and communication skills; advocating for a loved one; how to work with professionals; and lastly taking care of themselves so caretakers are better able to help a loved one. For Bennett, the journey with NAMI began when she sought guidance for learning about mental illness when a close member of her family was going through a rough time. “Their services were wonderful for us, there is no intake, they don’t ask personal information before they help you, you can call and get help and be off the phone in two min-

utes and sometimes that is all you have when someone you are caring for is having a hard time,” Bennett said. Her family member sought treatment and eventually went through recovery. Afterward Bennett said she had a strong desire to start looking for ways to help other people going through what she and her family went through and became certified with NAMI National. For more information about the program or to register call 561-2685 ext. 10 or register by email at


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March 2, 2013 years, a notable feat in an industry where the turnover rate can be high. Alekaʼs is located at 103 MarTyler Puchrik, head garet St. in Plattsburgh and is chef at Aleka’s, has open every day. worked for Kritziotis Mon.-Wed, 10:30 a.m.-10 for 10 years. p.m.; Thurs. and Fri., 10:30 a.m.Puchrik and most of midnight; Sat., 11 a.m.-midnight Aleka’s staff pitched in and Sun., noon-8 p.m. to renovate the space in For more information, call preparation for the (518) 310-3200 or visit facerestaurant’s grand opening. “I’ve had to adjust to it being outrageously busy, but it’s been great,” Puchrik said. “We put a lot of heart into our food, and we want to make sure every single customer walks out of here happy.”

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Aleka’s restaurant By Shaun Kittle PLATTSBURGH — The food at Aleka's in downtown Plattsburgh is more than a meal—it’s a celebration. The restaurant is co-owned by Peter Kritziotis and Silvio Amaya, who also owns Giuseppe's Pizza Shop in Plattsburgh. Kritziotis has owned restaurants in the area for 12 years, and said the idea behind his newest venture was not to compete with the other businesses downtown, but to instead offer something new. Since Kritziotis and Amaya have been friends for more than 10 years, they decided to fuse the two types of food they specialize in—Greek and Italian—under one roof. The result was Aleka's, which opened Feb. 9. The restaurant is named after Kritziotis’ daughter, Aleka, who will be four years old in March. “Downtown Plattsburgh does not need another pizzeria,” Kritziotis said. “That’s not what we’re trying to be.” Aleka’s does have a few pizzas on its menu, but it isn’t their specialty—that’s their traditional Greek fare, like souvlaki and gyro, and their homemade Italian dishes, like shrimp scampi and chicken marsala. There are also items on the menu for people with gluten free, vegetarian and vegan diets. And, with the exception of the mozzarella sticks and chicken fingers, everything is handmade and cooked to order. “We make everything here the way I would make it in my own kitchen,” Kritziotis said. To wash it all down, Aleka’s will soon have a selection of Greek beers, which are comparable to Belgian and German beers, to add to its selection of international wines. The beverages were hand-picked to compliment the dishes offered at the restaurant, a way of rounding out the dining atmosphere Kritziotis and Amaya strive to create. “Customers might have to wait a little longer for their food when they come in here, but that's part of the experience,” Kritziotis said. “This restaurant is based on celebrating food every time you visit.”

Opening a new business is always a risk, but that's what Kritziotis said Plattsburgh needs. “Downtown needs people to take a risk,” he said. “What I want is to be a staple in Plattsburgh. I want to offer people something different to help bring them downtown so other businesses can grow, too. ” The robust business Aleka’s has experienced might indicate that Kritziotis is succeeding at drawing people downtown, and the loyalty of his staff might be evidence that he is becoming a staple in the area, too. Many of Kritziotis’ employees have worked for him for

Aleka’s Tyler Puchrik, head chef at Aleka’s in downtown Plattsburgh, plates a Greek steak. Photo by Shaun Kittle

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PLATTSBURGH — The Board of Trustees of the ClintonEssex-Franklin Library System voted to transfer ownership of the bookmobile to Clinton County at their Jan. 28 meeting. The bookmobile, which was removed from service in Dec. 2011 due to cost considerations, will serve as a command vehicle for Clinton County’s Office of Emergency Services. The vehicle, which is in sound mechanical and cosmetic condition, is equipped with its own on-board generator. Eric Day, Director of the Clinton County Office of Emergency Services, said he plans to repurpose the vehicle with the necessary communications gear and other accessories to make the unit functional as a Mobile Command Vehicle.

PLATTSBURGH — The United Way of the Adirondack Region, Inc. is teaming up with the Adirondack Coast Visitors Bureau and Project H.E.L.P. at SUNY Plattsburgh for the Annual Day of Caring on April 27. This volunteer-driven event has hosted projects ranging from cleaning homes of senior citizens, helping complete projects for regional human service agencies, building homes through Habitat for Humanity and cleaning up local attractions. To submit a project for consideration or to volunteer, go to the United Way website at and fill out the Day of Caring application. Projects are due by April 6.

SARANAC — Jeremiah McLane and Annemieke Spoelstra Accordion-Piano Duo with a unique sound and fascinating program will perform on March 16, 7:30 p.m. at the Saranac United Methodist “Church in the Hollow” on Route 3. Their concert will feature music from their new recording “DANSE” – original arrangements of traditional folk melodies with characteristic dance rhythms of Europe and South America by composers Dvorák, Bartók, Poulenc, Ravel, Hovhaness, and Piazzolla. Tickets are $15, $12 for students and seniors, children under 12 are free. For more information call 293-7613 or go to




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from the Farm is twofold—it gives people a chance to meet local farmers who produce a variety of different goods, and from page 1 it also shows the farmers that there is a demand for locally produced food in the North Country. Amy Ivy, executive director for Cornell Cooperative Ex“The local food movement is gradually increasing here,” tension of Clinton County, said past attendees will recognize Ivy said. “More people want to know many of the locally produced items, inwhere their food comes from.” cluding meat, eggs, maple syrup, honey The reason, Ivy said, is that when peoand local wine. ple buy local food it is fresher, it tastes betSome of the farmers participating in ter, it supports the local economy and peoFood from the Farm will be held the event will have those items for sale, ple take peace of mind knowing that the from 2-5 p.m. at the Plattsburgh City and some might even have storage vegGym, 52 U.S. Oval, Plattsburgh. farming practices the farmers growing etables on hand, products like kale and Admission is $10 per adult and $5 their food employ. potatoes, which can be stored for long pefor ages 5-12, with a $30 maximum And this year, there will be a little more riods of time. per family. than peace of mind to entice people to buy “The fact that we can have an event like Tickets can be purchased online, local—there will be a variety of food made this in March, the most challenging time at the Cornell Cooperative Extenfrom locally raised products for tasting. of year for food production, shows how sion of Clinton County office, or at Chef David Allen of Latitude 44 Bistro much we have in this region,” Ivy said. the event. in Plattsburgh, will be assembling a buffet “It shows people the diversity of food For more information, visit bursting with dishes prepared using localthey can have.” produced food for everyone to sample. A pre-season farmers market is just a ty/, or contact Amy Ivy at 561-7450 Allen is not a stranger to keeping things small part of what Food from the Farm is or by email at close to home—he has been cooking for 15 all about, though. To find the farm nearest you, visyears and incorporates locally grown Information is the driving force of the it products into his food at Latitude 44 Bistro event, and it will be readily available. as often as he can. Attendees will be able to get educated on things like gar“I go to the farmers market every weekend (in Plattsdening, nutrition and Community Supported Agriculture, a burgh) and purchase a lot of my herbs and vegetables there program some farmers offer that allows people to pay a set in the summer,” Allen said. “In the wintertime, I use compaprice for a weekly share of farm fresh products. It's like pay- nies that are more local to the Northeast.” ing one lump sum for a year's grocery bill. One of those companies, Sid Wainer and Son, located in Ivy said CSAs have experienced an increased demand in Massachusetts, grows vegetables year-round in greenhousthe North Country, and that she wants more people to un- es. derstand how they work. Ordering from them doesn't decrease Allen's carbon footShe also explained that the underlying theme behind Food print as much as when he shops at the local farmers market,

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SUNY schools to go tray-less in an effort to reduce food waste PLATTSBURGH — Key Members of the Student Assembly met recently and have started to push the idea of removing trays from the SUNY campus dining facilities to support environmentally conscious action. Elected by their peers to represent the 467,000 SUNY students across the state, the Student Assembly’s Environmental Affairs Committee discussed the best practices and standards for SUNY campuses statewide. This announcement comes as part of a larger campaign to push for a more environmentally conscious SUNY. The SUNY Student Assembly Environmental Affairs committee suggested that all SUNY institutional dinning facilities go tray-less. The committee believes that this action will aid in furthering the environmentally friendly efforts to improve: student health, water and food conservation, and institutional money savings. Director of Environmental Af-

fairs for SUNY Student Assembly Gwendolyn Nieves spoke about a study conducted at the State University at Fredonia and cited from their Waste Assessment that “On average a student will throw out half a pound of food per meal throughout the year. This will collectively turn into 209,000 pounds of food annually (post-consumer), hence costing a SUNY college roughly $750,000 in waste.” The study further indicates that on days when trays were not utilized by students the food waste was reduced by 40 percent. Kevin Rea, President of the Student Assembly and a member of the SUNY Board of Trustees announced the tray-removal as a part of a broader environmental initiative undertaken by the SUNY Student Assembly. He went on to say, “This will be a great opportunity to become more environmentally conscious in a way that benefits both SUNY and our planet.

but it is still better than buying tomatoes from California, he said. “Farmer Joe down the street is going to have a little pride and care about what he's doing and who he's selling to, because he's selling to his neighbors and his friends and his family,” Allen said. “Even though he's not having as high a profit margin as other people, he cares about what he's doing.” Allen said he is waiting to see what the farmers give him to work with before he can put together the Food from the Farm buffet, but he is expecting to offer salads, hearty stews, desserts, cheeses and jams. “You're going to see a lot of the apples and the maple syrups and the root vegetables,” Allen said. “I've also talked to some people that produce lamb and goat, so I will probably try to do a goat stew.” Even though the specifics are uncertain, Allen said the samplings will run the gamut of menu offerings—from appetizers to desserts. “I want to show people what can be done with the different items that are available right now,” Allen said. “I only serve to my customers what I'd serve to my family.”

Marco Polio from page 1 that’s really important as a building block for any community.” And for Hall, that’s where music comes in. He cited the blues, American folk music and hip hop as direct voices for people’s lives, and added that those forms of The show begins at 7 p.m. on Saturday, March 2 expression are imbedded at the Koffee Kat, located in the cultures from on 104 Margaret St. in which they sprung. Plattsburgh. The musicians perThere is no cover forming at Koffee Kat emcharge, but the musicians ulate some of those charare accepting tips. acteristics, too.

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“The two musicians coming from Canada are genuine folk musicians,” Hall said. “They’re writing and playing and speaking about what is going on in their lives and in their culture.” The word ‘punk’ often implies something else, though, and that something is loud, unapologetic and abrasive. But Saturday’s show is acoustic, and punk is merely one ingredient used to complete a unique recipe. “Don’t let that word turn you off,” Hall said. “This is melodic music; it’s not assaulting at all.”



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March 2, 2013

PLATTSBURGH — Disability Self Advocacy Support Group, North Country Center for Independence, 80 Sharron Ave, noon. WHALLONSBURG — Dance Social in Whallonsburg, Whallonsburg Grange Hall,1610 NYS Route 22, 7:30 - 10 p.m. 963-4170, LAKE PLACID — Comedy Night - Rusty DeWees: The Logger, Lake Placid Center for the Arts Annex, 17 Algonquin, 8 p.m. 523-2512. $21. PLATTSBURGH — House on Fire to perform, Olive Ridleys, 37 Court Street, 10 p.m. $3$5. PLATTSBURGH — Formula 5 to perform at the Monopole, 7 Protection Ave. 10 p.m. 563-2222.

Saturday, March 2

WILLSBORO — SPRING THAW Climbing Competition, The Crux Climbing Center, 56 Rogers Lane, 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. 963-4646, LAKE PLACID — Active Families BABY and ME, Pre-K Tumbling, and Mom and Me Fitness, Lake Placid Center for the Arts, 17 Algonquin Way, 9:45-10:30 a.m. $7. SARANAC LAKE — The Adirondack Carousel Presents: "Dr. Seuss's Read across America Story Hour," 2 Depot Street, 10:30a.m.-noon. $5 per person. LAKE PLACID — Met Live showing: Wagner's Parsifal, Lake Placid Center for the Arts, 17 Algonquin Way, noon. $18-$12. 523-2512. SARANAC LAKE — Literacy Volunteers of Essex / Franklin Counties host WINTER SCRABBLE Tournament, St. Bernard’s School, 63 River St , 1 p.m. $10, 546-3008 or 891-5567. UPPER JAY — Dr. Suess Birthday Party, Wells Memorial Library, 12230 New York 9N, 2 p.m. KEESEVILLE — Second Annual Cabin Fever Party to benefit North Country Honor Flight for WW2 Vets to visit their war memorial in Washington D.C., Keeseville VFW Post 1505, Route 9 South, 5 p.m. $10. KEESEVILLE — The United Way of the Adirondack Region, to host its 29th Annual Meeting & Recognition Dinner, Keeseville Knights of Columbus, 1435 New York State Bicycle Route 9, 5 p.m. $21 per person or $160 per table of 8. 563-0028. LAKE PLACID — Comedy Night - Rusty DeWees: The Logger, Lake Placid Center for the Arts Annex, 17 Algonquin, 8 p.m. 523-2512. $21. PLATTSBURGH — Tim Herron Corporation to perform at the Monopole, 7 Protection Ave. 10 p.m. 563-2222. PLATTSBURGH — Party Wolf to perform, Olive Ridleys, 37 Court Street, 10 p.m. $3-$5.

Sunday, March 3

MOOERS FORKS — St. Ann’s Annual Sunday Breakfast, Town Hall Road, 8 a.m. - noon. $8, $7 for seniors, and $3 for kids 6 and up. ELIZABETHTOWN — Annual Kiwanis Breakfast at the Deer’s Head Inn, 7552 Court Street, 9 a.m.-noon, donation suggested. CHAZY — Spaghetti Dinner to benefit Chazy Senior Housing, the Weathercock, 9688 State Route 9, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. $8, $5 for kids. 493-2252. PORT HENRY —Super Bingo with A $1,000 jackpot game is guaranteed, The Port Henry Knights of Columbus, 11:30 a.m.- 1 p.m. AUSABLE FORKS — Public Swim, AuSable Valley Central School Swimming Pool, 28 Church Street, 2-4 p.m. $2, $1 for students. PLATTSBURGH — SUNY Plattsburgh Night at Beartown Ski Area, Beartown Road, 6-9 p.m. $10. WESTPORT —ZUMBA Class, Westport Heritage House, Main Street, 6:30 p.m. $5.

Monday, March 4

WILLSBORO — Free osteoporosis classes, Willsboro Congregational Church, NY Route 22, 10:30 a.m. 546-3565. KEENE — Free osteoporosis classes, Keene Community Center, Church Street, 11:30 a.m. 546-3565. PLATTSBURGH — Yoga & Meditation, North Country Center for Independence, 80 Sharron Ave, noon.

LAKE PLACID — Life Drawing Classes, Lake Placid Center for the Arts, 17 Algonquin Way, 6-8 p.m. $70. WESTPORT —YOGA Class, Westport Heritage House, Main Street, 6 p.m. $10. PLATTSBURGH —Qigong led by Jeff Cochran, ROTA Gallery, 50 Margaret Street, 7 p.m. $3-$10 sliding scale. ELIZABETHTOWN — The Boquet River Association (BRASS) will hold Annual Meeting, Hand House, River Street, 7 p.m. 873-3250. PLATTSBURGH — EVER ENDING KICKS with Adrian Aardvark, will perform at ROTA Gallery on 50 Margaret Street, 7 p.m. $3 to 10 sliding scale.

Tuesday, March 5

LAKE PLACID — Literacy Volunteers of Essex/Franklin Counties will host the first of four Basic Literacy and tutor training sessions, Lake Placid Beach House, 5-8 p.m. 891-5567, PLATTSBURGH — Rough Riders Adult Rifle Team to meet, Plattsburgh Rod and Gun Club, Rte. 9, 5:30 p.m. 298-5161. LAKE PLACID — Book Club meeting will discuss The House Girl by Tara Conklin, The Bookstore Plus, 2491 Main Street, 7 p.m., 523-2950. WHALLONSBURG — Land and Labor: Past, Present & Future of Farming in America, Whallonsburg Grange Hall,1610 NYS Route 22, $5, 962-4386,

Wednesday, March 6

LAKE PLACID — Active Families BABY and ME, Pre-K Tumbling, and Mom and Me Fitness, Lake Placid Center for the Arts, 17 Algonquin Way, 9:45-10:30 a.m. $7. PLATTSBURGH — Plattsburgh Muscular Dystrophy Association 'Lock-Up', Legend's Brew Pub & Wine Bar, 411 New York Route 3, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. 489-5495. WILLSBORO — Free osteoporosis classes, Willsboro Congregational Church, NY Route 22, 10:30 a.m. 546-3565. ELIZABETHTOWN — Card Club to meet, Elizabethtown Social Center, 7626 U.S. 9, noon - 3 p.m. 873-6408, PLATTSBURGH — Youth Experimental Painting Workshops, Wednesdays through March 27, North Country Center for the Arts, 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. $75 or $70 for members. LAKE PLACID — Open Knitting Gatherine, Adirondack Yarns, 2241 Saranac Ave, 6-8 p.m. WESTPORT —ZUMBA Class, Westport Heritage House, Main Street, 6:30 p.m. $5. CHAZY — Winter Concert for students grades 4 through 12 at the Chazy Central Rural School auditorium, 609 Miner Farm Road, 7 p.m. 846-7135 ext. 111. LAKE PLACID — Open Mic Blues Jam, Delta Blue, 2520 Main Street, 8:30 - 10:30 p.m. 523-3106. PLATTSBURGH — Open Mic Night at the Monopole, 7 Protection Ave. 10 p.m. 5632222.

Thursday, March 7

ELIZABETHTOWN — Free osteoporosis classes, Hand House, Route 8, 10 a.m. 5463565. PLATTSBURGH — Friends of Art Luncheon and Gallery Talk with Jacques Duval, Burke Gallery, Myers Fine Arts Building, Rugar Street, 12:15-2:30 p.m. Preregistration required by March 4, 564-2474 or LAKE PLACID — Literacy Volunteers of Essex/Franklin Counties will host the first of four Basic Literacy and tutor training sessions, Lake Placid Beach House, 5-8 p.m. 891-5567, PLATTSBURGH — Creative Upcycling class, held Thursdays through March 28, North Country Cultural Center for the Arts, 5-7p.m. $100 PLATTSBURGH — Rough Riders Junior Rifle Team, Plattsburgh Rod and Gun Club, Rte. 9, 6:30 p.m. $5. PLATTSBURGH — “Red Death”a modern take on Edgar Allan Poe’s“Masque of the Red Death.”to be performed Hartman Theatre, SUNY Plattsburgh Myers Fine Arts Building. 7:30 p.m. $10 GA. $8 seniors and students. $2 SUNY Plattsburgh students. PLATTSBURGH — Dynomatics to perform at the Monopole, 7 Protection Ave. 10 p.m. 563-2222.

Friday, March 8

SARANAC LAKE — The Regional Workforce Investment Board present with North Country Workforce Partnership, Adirondack Educational Center, 711 NYS Route 3, 561-4295 x 3071. 8:30 a.m.

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PLATTSBURGH — House on Fire will perform at Olive Ridley’s, 37 Court Street, on March 1 at 10 p.m. HOF is a classic rock 'n' roll cover band. The young and energetic group get their musical influences from Rolling Stones, The Beatles, The Allman Brothers, Stevie Rae Vaughan, Talking Heads, The Band, Phish, The Grateful Dead. Admission is $3 to $5.

The Logger to lead comedy night

LAKE PLACID — Rusty DeWees the Logger will lead a comedy night at the Lake Placid Center for the Arts Annex, 17 Algonquin Dr., on March 1 and 2 at 8 p.m. The Logger will bring new material from his appearance four years ago at LPCA. The show is sure to be a unique and hilarious comedic stage show designed for all ages. The show is rated SC, some cussin, it's gluten free, and morally good. Tickets are $21. For more information and reservations, call the LPCA at 523-2512 or visit online

Tim Herron Corporation to play Monopole

PLATTSBURGH — The Tim Herron Corporation will perform at the Monopole, 7 Protection Ave., on March 2 at 10 p.m. The band’s high energy music combines rock and roll, bluegrass, folk and attitude into a blend they call AmeriBeat. Their musical influences include The Band, Grateful Dead, The Who, Rolling Stones, Allman Bros., Jam, Outlaw Country, classic rock, bluegrass and newgrass. For more information call 563-2222.

Party Wolf to howl at Olive Ridley’s

PLATTSBURGH — Party Wolf will perform at Olive Ridley’s, 37 Court Street, on March 2 at 10 p.m. Party Wolf is a high energy five-member band offering up an extended mix of music. The band covers pop hits and music from artists such as Adele, Britney Spears, Enrique Iglesias, Usher, Taylor Swift, Chris Brown, Lady Gaga, and Pit Bull. They also take it old school with rock and oldies tunes by Pat Benetar, Bon Jovi, Neil Diamond and the Ramones and some country music.

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HELP WANTED LOCAL AMERICAN MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION an international not-for-profit membership based organization that provides a broad range of management development and education services to individuals and organizations is looking for (5) full time Business Development Specialist trainees in Saranac Lake, NY. Specialists will focus on generating new revenue by cultivating and establishing relationships with new customers and dormant accounts through sales of corporate seminars and memberships. Starting salary is 32K plus immediate commission incentives. Salary will be reduced to 24K plus commission after six months. Successful candidates will be eligible for full time benefits at completion of the three month training program and employment status will change from temporary to full time. HS graduate or equivalent, some college preferred. Three or more years of business experience essential, two years sales experience required. High volume telephone experience in a sales environment preferred. For complete job description and to apply please visit our website,, on AMA Careers. An EOE/AA employer, M/F/D/V ADA compliance organization. DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT/ CEO OPENING: Champlain Valley Educational Services, located in Plattsburgh, NY; 14,124 Pupil Base; NYS Certification as School District Administrator or School District Leader; salary up to $166,762. Apply by 3/29/2013; request application from Stephen Shafer, District Superintendent, Franklin-Essex-Hamilton BOCES, (518)483-6420 or EOE/AAE HELP WANTED The Town of Willsboro, Summer Program, is in need to fill the following positions for the 2013 Summer Season. Director, Counselors, Lifeguards, Head Ranger/Park Rangers and Cook. Program will run for six weeks beginning the week of July 8, 2013. Beverly P. Moran Town Clerk LONG TERM SUBSTITUTE Business/Technology Teacher. Full time appointment to fill a leave, anticipated date 4/17/2013. Letter of interest, completed application (available @ or by calling the school along with a resume due by noon, March 8, 2013h to: Scott J. Osborne, Superintendent/Principal, Elizabethtown-Lewis CSD, PO Box 158, Elizabethtown, New York 12932. EOE.

MANAGER, CALL CENTER TRAINING & QUALITY ASSURANCE American Management Association, an international not-for-profit membership based organization that provides a broad range of management development and education services to individuals and organizations is looking for a MANAGER, CALL CENTER TRAINING & QUALITY ASSURANCE. This position will be responsible for assessing, creating, conducting and evaluating training for the sales teams to improve their performance and ongoing coaching to improve representatives' productivity via enhanced verbal and email interactions with clients and prospects. Work with the Call Center Managers to ensure achievement of individual, team and department objectives through observation, education, coaching and motivation techniques. Bachelor's degree required, with a focus on Business Administration or Marketing preferred. 5+ yrs B2B telemarketing or sales contact center management experience, with a proven ability to lead, train, coach, and motivate for sales excellence. Strong background in Call Center Training & Quality Assurance. For complete job description and to apply please visit AMA Careers on our website, An EOE/AA Employer, M/F/D/V ADA compliance organization. REAL ESTATE CAREER - Glebus Realty is expanding, seeking experienced or will train new agents. Call 518-791-0075. SENIOR ACCOUNTANT AND TEMPORARY STAFF ACCOUNTANT American Management Association, a worldwide leader in training, business solutions and management development is looking for two finance positions in Saranac Lake, NY. SENIOR ACCOUNTANT: Provide professional accounting support. Experience with not-for-profit tax return preparation, financial reporting and international accounting desired. BA/BS in business, major in Accounting preferred. Minimum of 4 yrs exp in Accounting/Finance plus a minimum of 2 yrs Accounting/Finance exp. TEMPORARY STAFF ACCOUNTANT: A/R, Insurance and inventory functions. BA/ BS, major in Accounting preferred. For a complete job description and resume submissions please apply at our website @ An EOE/AA employer, M/F/D/V ADA compliance organization.

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• Stock #AN180 • Mineral Gray • 5.7 Hemi • 6 Speed Automatic Transmission • Power Windows & Locks • Keyless Entry • Sirius • Trailer Brake Control • Spray-In Bedliner • Class V Hitch



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RAM 2500 REG CAB 4X4

$36,025 Everybody’s Price


2 0 1 $34,400 3


• Stock #AN186 • Redline • 3.6 V6 • Stow-N-Go Seats • 3 Zone Temperature Control • Power Windows & Locks

MSRP $24,585 Everybody’s Price with incentives


• Stock #AN193 • Deep Cherry Red • 5.7 Hemi • 6 Speed Automatic Transmission • Clearance Lamps • Fog Lamps • Spray-In Bedliner • Remote Start • Park View Rear Back-Up Camera • Anti-Spin Differential • 8.4 Touchscreen Radio



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$45,645 Everybody’s Price


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• Stock #AN192 • Bright Red • 2.4 4 Cylinder • Front Wheel Drive • Flexible Seating • 3 Zone Temperature Control • 4.3” Touchscreen Display

MSRP $21,540 Everybody’s Price with incentives

• Stock #AN153 Motor Trend Truck of the Year • Bright White • 5.7 Hemi • 6 Speed Automatic Transmission • Hitch • Trailer Brake Control • Spray-In Bedliner • Dual Exhaust • Remote Keyless Entry • Sirius

MSRP $36,210 Everybody’s Price $34,660 Consumer Cash -1,250 Trade Assist Bonus* -1,000


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• Stock #AN161 • Deep Cherry Red • 2.4 4 Cylinder • Automatic Temperature Control • Power Drive Seat • Heated Front Seats • Remote Start • S Exterior Appearance Package

MSRP $23,780 Everybody’s Price with incentives


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Court Street • Elizabethtown, NY Located just 1/4 mile south of Cobble Hill Golf Course on Route 9 in Elizabethtown.

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7440 U.S. Rt. 9 Elizabethtown, NY

2007 Chrysler Aspen AWD

2010 Chevrolet Malibu LS

2009 Chevrolet Cobalt LT

Stk#AN114A • $18,999 White, 5.7 Hemi, Leather Heated Seats, Navigation, DVD, Moonroof

Stk#AM356A • $14,993 4 Cylinder, Automatic, Mocha, 30,000 miles

Stk#AM178B • $11,987 Blue, 4 Cylinder, 2 Door, Moonroof, Approx. 64,000 miles



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2009 Dodge Journey SXT

2010 Dodge Caliber SXT

2011 Jeep Liberty Jet 4x4

Stk#AM275A • $14,888 Tan, 6 Cylinder, Automatic, Front Wheel Drive, Approx. 45,000 miles

Stk#AP1225 • $14,444 Orange, 4 Cylinder, Automatic, Approx 35,000 miles

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