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The Ti High School music department has received a donation from the Art Potter Fund. See Page 4

Ti High art students designed holiday greeting ads that appear in today’s Times of Ti. See Page 17

Moriah Central School has named its honor students for the first marking period. See Page 24

Ti, Moriah split hoop contests Moriah downed Ticonderoga in girls basketball action last week, but the Sentinels gained revenge by winning the boys game. See sports.

Blood drive set at Ti fire house There will be an American Red Cross blood drive Monday, Dec. 27, noon to 5 p.m. at the Ticonderoga fire house, sponsored by Inter-Lakes Health. For information call Keri Ott at 585-3960.

Kaedence Porter and Aysen Moore had a chance to meet Santa Claus in Ticonderoga, leaving him with a list of Christmas wishes. They — and everyone else — find out if those wishes came true today. Photo by Nancy Frasier

Seniors plans casino trip The Ticonderoga Area Senior Club is planning a trip to Akwesasne Mohawk Casino Monday, Jan. 17. The group will leave WalMart parking lot at 7 a.m. and leave the casino at 4 p.m. Cost is $25 and the casino incentive is $15 free slot play and $10 food coupon. The rain date is Monday, Jan. 24. For more information, call Ann at 585-6050 or Sue at 586-1995.

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Ticonderoga students spread kindness Middle school ‘Pays It Forward’ By Fred Herbst fred@denpubs.com TICONDEROGA — Christmas is a time for giving — and Ticonderoga Middle School students have done just that.

Students delivered more than 1,100 items to the Ti Food Pantry last week to help feed local families. “Hopefully this is just a stepping stone toward continued kindness,” said Kathy Marshall, home and careers teacher, who coordinated the effort. “In the future we want these kids to become the people who step forward to help others.”

The food collection project, known as “Pay It Forward,” followed a presentation to Ti students by Rachel’s Challenge. Rachel Scott was the first person killed at Columbine High School on April 20, 1999. Rachel’s Challenge seeks to change schools, businesses and communities by promot-

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Mineville celebration to assist charity By Fred Herbst fred@denpubs.com MINEVILLE — New Year revelers will have an opportunity to greet 2011 while assisting charity. The Celotti family of Moriah will host a New Year’s Eve party at the Mineville VFW to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Doors open at 8 p.m. Tickets are $10 and the event includes a DJ, appetizers and prize drawings. People must be age 21 or older with proper ID required. “My niece Caleigh is diagnosed with CF and every year in September my family participates in the

Breathe of Hope Walk for Cystic Fibrosis in Burlington which raises awareness and money for the foundation,” explained Judy Garrison. “The party, which has a masquerade ball theme, was the idea of my nieces, Marciano and Talia. They thought it would be a fun way to raise money for all who are diagnosed with CF.” People who are unable to attend, but who would like to donate to the CF Foundation may contact Marciano Celotti 586-6687 or Garrison 546-7939. Cystic fibrosis is an inherited chronic disease that affects the lungs and digestive system of about 30,000 children and adults in the United States. A defective

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Fort receives grant TICONDEROGA — Fort Ticonderoga has been awarded a $3,000 grant by The Felicia Fund, Inc. of Providence, R.I. The funds will support the upcoming exhibit, “The Art of War: Ticonderoga as Experienced through the Eyes of America’s Great Artists.” The new exhibit, scheduled to open in May 2011, will feature50 works from Fort Ticonderoga’s art collection together for the first time in a single exhibition. Included will be American works by Thomas Davies, Thomas Cole and Daniel Huntington. The funding from The Felicia Fund supports the research, construction and installation of the exhibit. The exhibit will use the artwork to explore human interaction at the fort from the 18th century through the early 20th century. Fort Ticonderoga helped give birth to the

Connor Courtright and his cousin, Alyssa, visit with Santa during the annual Santa Fest, sponsored by the Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce. Photo by Nancy Frasier

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Hudson River School of American art with Thomas Cole’s pivotal 1826 work, “Gelyna, View Near Ticonderoga.” That work will be featured in the exhibit. Beth Hill, Fort Ti executive director, said the grant provided by The Felicia Fund will “utilize the museum’s art collection to engage visitors with the role art played in memorializing the events that took place at Fort Ticonderoga and to encourage participatory activities that make the visitor experience part of the fort’s continued legacy.” The exhibit is being developed through collaboration with the University of Delaware. Christopher Fox, Fort Ticonderoga’s curator of collections, said the exhibit “will help the fort reach new audiences by presenting its magnificent art collections in an exciting new format.”

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Ti High gets Art Potter donation By Fred Herbst fred@denpubs.com TICONDEROGA — Three decades after his retirement, Art Potter ’s legacy lives on. The Art Potter Scholarship Fund donated $27,507 to the Ticonderoga High School music department prior to the annual student winter concert Dec. 15. The money will be used to purchase two pianos, one for the auditorium stage and another for the music room. “This is the realization of something that has been developing for 30 years,” said Carol (Potter) Jordan, Art Potter ’s daughter. “He (Art) used to play on old clunker pianos that were still here. I can think of no better way to spend this money.” Potter was a long-time Ticonderoga music teacher and musician. Three decades ago a scholarship fund was formed in his name. The past several years the scholarship fund became inactive and the scholarship committee dissolved, leaving the money in the hands of the Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce. “We decided, with the help of the Potter family, that this would be the perfect place to use this money,” said Sue Rathbun, representing the chamber. Nelson Shapiro, Ti High music teacher, said the pianos are badly needed. “What a wonderful opportunity to get new pianos,” he said. “This

The Art Potter Scholarship Fund donated$27,507 to the Ticonderoga High School music department prior to the annual student winter concert Dec. 15. The money will be used to purchase two pianos, one for the auditorium stage and another for the music room. From left are: Nelson Shapiro, Ti High music teacher; Beth Iuliano, Potter’s granddaughter; Pam Nolan, Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce president; Carol (Potter) Jordan, Potter’s daughter; John McDonald, Ti school superintendent; and Sue Rathbun of the chamber. Photo by Nancy Frasier is a great legacy for Art Potter.” John McDonald, Ticonderoga school superintendent, accepted the donation. “Christmas actually came early for the Ticonderoga Central School District this year,” he said. “We’ve

just completed a $23 million building project that pays tribute to the importance of art and music. The long history and tradition of music in Ticonderoga is the result of Art Potter. “I thank the Art Potter family

and the scholarship fund,” he added. “It’ll help many future generations.” Shapiro also announced the donation of new risers for the chorus by Janet and Chris Mallon. “There are quite acts of kind-

ness,” Shapiro said. “Janet Mallon saw the condition of our risers. Her son, David, was very active in our program. Through her generosity and the school matching those funds we now have new risers.”

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The annual Boy Scout “Breakfast with Santa” was held at the Ticonderoga Elks Lodge recently. DDGER Ray Scott presents a check to Troop #72 Scoutmaster Mark Moss as Santa and the members of Boy Scouts Troop #72 and Cub Scout Pack #72 look on.

Scouts collecting items for soldiers TICONDEROGA — Area Girl Scouts recently kicked off their year long drive of collecting items for troops overseas. Anyone who would like to donate items may still do so by dropping items off at George’s or Boyea’s in Moriah or can call Heather Robbins at 5700-048, Ann Arno at 942-7091, Christa Cole at 585-7791, Melody Borho at 5853384 or Frances Malaney at 585-3339. Approximately 40 area girls took the plunge at Moriah Central School pool Dec. 17. The girls had two hours of swimming followed by a brief holiday party. The event provided the oppor-

tunity for girls from Ticonderoga, Moriah and Schroon Lake to meet. “The unit would like to take this opportunity to thank Val Mildon for organizing this event for our girls and to Moriah Central School for allowing us the use of their pool,” said Debbie Barber, service unit manager. Area girls are also collecting bottles to help fund a unit scholarship fund. The money raised for this fund will go to a registered high school Girl Scout who plans on continuing her education after high school. Bottles can be dropped off at the redemption center or people may call Frances Malaney at

585-3339, Debbie Barber 585-6876, Ann Westervelt at 585-6548 or Christa Cole at 585-7791. If people leave bottles at the redemption center, they should make to specify the bottles are for the Southern Essex County Girl Scouts. People who live in Moriah may call Ann Arno at 942-7091 and in Schroon Lake they can call Rebecca Rice at 5329103. The Southern Essex County Girl Scouts is currently looking for adult volunteers and girls to join girl scouts. For more information call Debbie Barber, service unit manager, at 585-6876.

TICONDEROGA — A program to manage Eurasian Watermilfoil in Lake George, spearheaded by the Lake George Park Commission, eliminated more than 670,000 plants in 2010 — 93 percent of the 183 sites where nuisance milfoil has ever been found in the Lake were clear of all milfoil at the conclusion of 2010. The commission uses hand harvesting to selectively remove invasive milfoil or smothers dense beds of the plant by covering large areas with bottom barriers. “There has been significant progress the past few years especially in reducing the number of dense beds. We have stayed at this for a long time but can now say that an ecologic and economic disaster has been averted,” said Bruce Young, commission chair. Eurasian Watermilfoil, left unchecked, grows into a dense tangle of floating stems and leaves that stops water-based recreation and produces a foul stench. Lake George is home to a rich diversity of 48 native rooted-plants which form elaborate colonies providing enormous benefits for fish and water quality. By its intense growth, milfoil crowds out native plants, reducing biodiversity and forever altering the ecology of lakes. “Weed beds of decaying material, the consequence of a failure to effectively manage milfoil, would have unimaginable consequences for the marine and tourist economy that drives our region,” Young said. The 2010 results are summarized in a report that has been posted to the Commission’s website www.lgpc.state.ny.us. The results indicate that the number of dense beds requiring future management has been steadily reduced in recent years. In 2010, for the first time, more bottom barriers were removed than added indicating that the program has reached a significant level of control. The Lake George Park Commission has been the lead agency for the management effort for 25 years providing most of the funding from annual user fees paid by local boat and dock owners. Since 2006, State Sen. Betty Little has secured annual allocations of state funds from an invasive species program established that year. “It takes a tremendous effort to achieve a result like this,” said Little. “I’m pleased to have been able to play a small role in securing funding. The battle continues, but this level of success has implications beyond Lake George as other communities and organizations will no doubt look here to learn how to successfully fight invasive species that threaten water bodies throughout the state.” The management program has also received significant financial support over the years from the Fund for Lake George, Inc. In 2009, the Fund for Lake George, Inc. started supplemental hand harvesting, searching large areas between known sites.


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Wayne Chanon, Ticonderoga Elementary School music teacher, leads students in a Christmas carol during the annual Kiwanis-Ticonderoga Central School District senior citizen holiday party in the elementary-middle school cafeteria. Sponsored by the local Kiwanis and the Ti school district, the Ticonderoga holiday party featured a turkey dinner and entertainment provided by students musicians. Dinner was served by high school honor students with table placemats and decorations made by elementary children. Photo by Nancy Frasier

Ti Middle School cites outstanding students TICONDEROGA — Ticonderoga Middle School has named its first quarter honor roll. Cited were:

Grade 6 First honors - Avery Alkinburgh, Kiersten Alkinburgh, Elizabeth Backus, Zachery Bennett, Jordyn Borho, Collin Bresett, Breanna Brown, Collin Burns, Cerise Bush, Carly Campney, Brittany Charboneau, Dalton Charboneau, Kaylee Coon, Jacob Denton, Samuel Dushane, Nicholas Fitzgerald, Thomas Forand, Samantha Gonyo, Dalton Granger, Alexandria Harvey, Eryka Hayes, Samantha Holmberg, Emily Hood, Dustin Hunsdon, Charish Johnson, Logan Jordon, Travis Jordon, Bonna Jose, Connor Lawrie, Brian Ledger, Dylan Manning, Nathaniel McLaughlin, Kasandra Millington, Brett Mosier, Caleb Munson, Anthony Paige, Kristen Palandrani, Zachary Parent, Cyley Quigley, Dayne Schryer, Alexander Sharrow, Hannah Swift, Karl teRiele, Xann Tyler, Sara Vradenburg, Jonathan West, Chandler Whitford, Haleigh Wright, Abigail Young, Zhuo Zhi Zhang Second honors - Cody Bennett, Zachari Catanzarita, Kasandra Gijanto, Austin Gonyea, Wyatt Granger, Seth Hamel, Gabriella Huntington, Brianna Sarah Jordon, Peter Jubie, Skyler LaBounty, Isaiah LaRock, Derrick Sawyer, Anthony Taylor

Grade 7 First honors - Moazam Afzal, Kaitlin Baker, Michaela Baker, Brittany Bruce, Colvin Chapman, Megan Clark, Jamie Cox, Dillon Crowe, Raelene Glass, Cody HuestisSchlogl, Dallas Jordon, Natasha LaFrance, Connor Lauzon, Tyler Loudermilk, Cassandra Martucci, Cassidy McKee, Alexandria

Mosier, Aspen Olcott, Casey Raymond, Brody Rocque, Hannah Ross, Aaron Russell, Cheyanne Russell, Timothy Ryan, Willa Shakeshaft, Samuel Shelmidine, Nicholas St. Denis, Mackenzie Strum, Andrea teRiele, Sadie Thompson, Ryan Trudeau, Shelby Turner, Shelby Vradenburg, Susan Ward, Michelle Webb, Rachel White Second honors - Shelby Backus, Skyler Barber, Dusty Bright, Chase Dixon, David Frazier, Dayton Holman, Sheila Jordon, Ethan Lobdell, Sheranda Nadeau, Emily Powers, Jarrod Reed, Joseph Wells, Randy West, Dylon Wolford, Anthony Woods

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Grade 8 First honors - Constance Bailey, Ethan Bain, Thomas Blanchard, Claire Burns, Brandi Campbell, John Cook, Jendra Cooke, Georgette Fazioli, Michaela Fitzgerald, Naomi Forkas, Cole Frasier, Nicole Fuller, Angelica Gardner, Maranda Gonyea, William Gonyo, Tomas Hendrix, Tabitha Herrmann, Nicholas Holman, Dalton Huestis, Garrison Hughes, Lillith Ida, Lucinda LaPeter, Ian Lawrie, Lexi Moore, Tyler Morse, Marcus Moser, Ryan Price, Dale Quesnel, Kody Quigley, Rachel Scuderi, Cody Shaner, Shawn Silliman, Samantha Sommerville, Bonnie Taylor, Katherine Taylor, Skyler Torrey, Ashley Trudeau, Michael Watts, Sarah West, Kaleb Wiktorko, Janel Woods, Josie Worley, Zechariah Yaw Second honors - Johnathan Ashe, Katlyn Barrows, Stephen Bartlett, Rachel Bennett, Kolby Bradford, Cortney Brown, Nicholas Cox, Parker Granger, Karie Harrington, Lindsey Hellier, Michael LaPeter, Cole Mars, Kyle McCoy, Keann Paquin, Maegan Ross, Marick Ross, Jacob Sawyer, Mason Turner, Gavin Wells

Ti senior citizens plan trips TICONDEROGA — The Ticonderoga Area Seniors are planning two trips in 2011. June 20-24 seniors plan to visit Cape Cod at a cost of $439. A deposit of $75 plus insurance is due by Feb. 15, 2011, with the balance due by April 15, 2011.

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North Country Christmas a great success By Matt Courtright

Francine Burke deomonstrates how to “Create Your Own Holiday Arrangement” at The Country Florist & Gifts as part of the Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce first annual TACC North Country Christmas.

The Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce first annual TACC North Country Christmas, which was held Monday, Nov. 29, through Sunday, Dec. 5, was a great success with all of the events well attended. It was a week full of fantastic events that were full of holiday magic. The week began with the arrival of the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train and the annual Tree Lighting Ceremony at the Ticonderoga Community Building. The tree lighting was accompanied by holiday music performed live by Joe McGinness and Dan Sadowski, lead singers of the local band the In Laws. This year the tree was not only lit in honor of the community, but in memory and honor of Tony Morette who for years assisted in stringing the lights on the tree as well as creating the tree of lights on top of Mt. Defiance in Ticonderoga. This was a magical night full of holiday spirit. The music was outstanding and really added a new dimension to the tree lighting. We were honored to light the tree and have the ceremony for the community and in remembrance of Tony Morette. The other events throughout the week full of holiday excitement were Family Holiday Book Reading hosted by the Black Watch Library, Letters To Santa & Wish List Night hosted by Sugar & Spice Country Shoppe, Create Your

GUESTVIEWPOINT Week-long activities prove popular Own Holiday Arrangement Demonstration held by The Country Florist & Gifts, Shopping & Dining Night – Shop & Dine Local, and Holiday Movie Theater Night hosted by the Best Western of Ticonderoga. Thank you to all of those who hosted an event throughout the week. All of the events were truly wonderful and created a sense of holiday spirit. Without all of you this week would not have been a success. I would also like to extend a thank you to all of the businesses that participated in the Shopping & Dining Night. Please give us your feedback on this evening and all events throughout the week. The week ended with the chamber ’s annual Santa Fest children’s party held at the Ticonderoga Community Building. Children were greeted by Santa and had their photo taken with him. Upstairs there was a room full of holiday excitement from a variety of crafts, refreshments, games, music, and more. Over 200 people were in attendance to this event. Thank you to all of the volunteers for this event including Silver Bay YMCA, students from North Country Community College, students from the

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Your (Hague) volunteer firemen, their families and friends recently took time out for their annual Christmas Party, with a sumptuous buffet served up by Katy, Linda and crew. A load of non-perishable food and children’s gifts were collected on Santa’s behalf and a great time was had by all, with music provided by our favorite D.J. Tom. In usual business, after some major maintenance, Engine #342 is back in service, and there were three fire /ambulance calls in November using 28 man hours. During the recent election of officers Jon Hanna was elected to the board of directors and Diane Trudeau and Katy Wells were re-elected, all to three-year terms. A more complete result of elections will appear in our January article. It’s the time of year to make sure that you have the right tires for winter driving conditions, and take the precaution that no ice is safe ice.

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held and the winner was Mr. David Jacobsen of Dresden. He was very pleased and remarked, “First time in my life I ever won anything.” The post would like to thank everyone who bought tickets and/or donated for the raffle. We would also like to thank the Ticonderoga Elks Lodge #1494 for the great dinner they furnished the veterans on Nov. 11, Veterans Day, and also the Veterans Breakfast on Nov. 14. We are very proud of Boy Scout Troop 72 for their help in raising Memorial Day and lowering Veterans Day of flags at all seven cemeteries. They also worked as waiters at dinners. We are very proud of them. They do a very nice job. Charles “Gusher” Smith, adjutant Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 146 Ticonderoga

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Friend proves to be a life-saver for Ti angler To the Times of Ti: My name is James Henry; I am 70 years old, retired and I reside at Lord Howe Estates in Ticonderoga. Saturday, Nov. 20 in the afternoon I was fishing at the Ticonderoga Ferry Landing and Boat Launch with my friend Walter Booth of Port Henry. The weather was cold, slightly windy and overcast, generally speaking just a fair day. We fish there often, almost every day. Saturday we were fishing to the right of the ferry landing, on the walkway that leads to the docks. The docks have already been removed for the winter season. The remaining opening was barricaded with some plywood as usual to prevent someone from walking off into the water; it is at least a four to five foot drop depending upon the depth of the water on a given day. Walter and I were fishing and talking as usual when we both leaned against the plywood, and almost instantly with no time to react found ourselves in the water,

weighed down by our layers of clothing, over our heads and unable to touch the bottom of the lake. The temperature of the water was 38 degrees that day. We managed to get ourselves to the surface of the water, and clinging to the round cleats used to hold the dock ramps in place, we began yelling for help. No one responded and we were stranded hopeless in the cold water to drown or freeze or both. As Walter and I struggled to stay above the water, making several attempts to try to swim and pull ourselves to safety, shaking uncontrollably and becoming numb from the cold, Walter made one last attempt to get to safety by holding onto the bers for all of your assistance to make this week so successful and your dedication to the community. I would also like to thank all of our sponsors throughout the week including Wal-Mart of Ticonderoga, Silver Bay YMCA, Stewarts Shoppes of Ticonderoga, Best Western of Ticonderoga, Glens Falls Produce, and McDonalds of Ticonderoga. The chamber plans to make this an annual event and will be expanding the events for next year. They plan to incorporate additional ways to support local business as well. If you would like to assist on the TACC North Country Christmas committee please contact the chamber at 585-6619 or email chamberinfo@ticonderogany.com.

Chamber From page 6 Ticonderoga High School, Jayna McLoughlin Photography, TACC board members, and other chamber volunteers. On behalf of the chamber I would like to thank all those who attended events throughout the week. It was great to see all of you. We appreciate your support and love of the community. We hope you enjoyed the week as it was perfect way to kick off the holiday season. I would also like to extend a special thank you Tanya Thompson, Dorcey Crammond, Bob Dedrick, Tom Dedrick, all of the volunteers who assisted in decorating the park, TACC board of directors, Joann Geisel, the town of Ticonderoga, Supervisor Deb Malaney and all of the community mem-

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St. Mary’s raffle, dinner a success To the Times of Ti: Our recent basket raffle and spaghetti dinner held at St. Mary’s School in Ticonderoga was a huge success! We made a total of $8,400 to use towards operating expenses at our school. We are so very grateful to the many who contributed to this event. All who made baskets, bought tickets and attended the delicious dinner, as well as the many that helped set up, run, and clean up are much appreciated We are especially thankful to Sheri Granger, Portia Burke, Margy Pote and Pat Kazlo for all their diligent work dressing up the baskets and with the tedious job of assigning numbers for the drawing. We would be amiss if we did not thank both Chris at Ti Pi and Scott and Robin

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For each item contributed to the Ticonderoga Middle School “Pay It Forward” project, a paper chain link is made with the donor’s name. The chain symbolizes the link between each act of kindness. The Ti Middle School chain stretches more than 150 feet.

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William C. Brundige Oct. 26, 1922-Dec. 13, 2010 SCHROON LAKE — William C. Brundige of Queensbury, NY, passed away Dec. 13, 2010, at the C. W. Wood Cancer Center of Glens Falls Hospital. Born Oct. 26, 1922, in Schenectady, NY, he was son of the late Margaret and Clarence Brundige. Bill attended Nott Terrace High School in Schenectady and Albany Academy in Albany, NY. He enjoyed a long career at The American Locomotive Compa-

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ny (ALCO) in Schenectady, beginning 1943 until the closing of that company. After retirement, Bill enjoyed several years of traveling between Schenectady, Schroon Lake, NY, and Ft. Pierce, Fla. He loved fishing and hunting with his buddies in the north woods. Bill and his wife Marion moved permanently to Schroon Lake in the early 1980s living first on Skylark Lane and later on Charley Hill Road. Bill was a member of Schroon Lake Community Church. He was predeceased by his sister, Gloria Hennessey. Bill married Marion Russell Brundige in 1960 and is survived by his loving wife of 49 years. He is also survived by a daughter Mary Jane Ross of Bloomfield, Conn., a granddaughter and her husband, Tracy and Kevin Smola and two great-grandsons, Justin and Benjamin Smola, of Worcester Mass. Additionally he is survived by three nephews Richard Phillips of Wellington, Fla., William Phillips and Gerard Phillips of Schenectady. Burial at Park View Cemetery, Schenectady will be at the convenience of the family. Arrangements are through Regan and Denny Funeral Home in Queensbury. The family wishes to express thanks and appreciation to the Glens Falls Hospital staff and the Cancer Center staff for their care and concern to Bill and his family during his stay there. Memorial donations may be sent the C. W. Wood Cancer Center at Glens Falls Hospital Online condolences may be sent to www.scott-barbieri.com.

great-grandchildren, Hannah and Mack), Luke Stewart (Camille), Jessica Mills (Erich and great-grandson Will) Adam Sharron (Julie), Sarah Stewart, Khadeeja Stewart, and Johnathan Gordon. Earl’s Ticonderoga family includes his brother and sister-in-law, Bethany (Smith) and Steven Nadeau; his nieces, Valerie Stormer (Richard and great-nephews Richard and Kyle), Jessica Borho (Benjamin), and Meghan Nadeau (Josh Titus); his great-great-nephews and niece, Jesse, Jake and Jack Stormer and Ellee Grace Borho. Other surviving family members include Earl’s cousin, (“Howdy”) Howard Waldron; Earl’s brother-in-law, Reuben Davis; his nephews and nieces, Richard Stewart, Fred Stewart, Jr. (Sally), Gary Bates (Claire), Nancy Edmunds (Allen), Janice Stewart, and Linda Hutchins (Gordon). Earl’s family of friends include Dr. Chapman, without whom he could not have been “comfortable and cozy” at his own house, and many, many more special friends, who helped him to have a special quality of life by bringing him “good days” and “good nights.” A candle light vigil in honor of Earl was held on Wednesday, Dec. 22, 2010, at 7 p.m. Everyone was asked , wherever they were, to light a candle, think of their best memory of Earl, and say a prayer for him. There will be a celebration of his life at a later date. Arrangements were under the direction of the Wilcox & Regan Funeral Home of Ticonderoga.

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Earl W. Stewart May 23, 1925 - Dec. 17, 2010 TICONDEROGA — Earl W. Stewart, 85, of Ticonderoga, passed away on Friday, Dec. 17, 2010, at his residence. Born in Johnsburg, NY, on May 23, 1925, he was the youngest of seven children, born to Mott Floyd and Alta (Hitchcock) Stewart. Mr. Stewart was a veteran of the U.S. Marines, having served during World War II. Prior to his Nursing Career of 35 years as an RN/Nursing Supervisor, he worked in the mines at Tahawus. Earl was proud to be a Marine, Boy Scout leader, Sunday School teacher, member of the Minerva Fire and Rescue, past master of the Glendale Lodge # 497 F.A.M., past patron of the Jeptha Chapter # 94, a member of the National Ski Patrol System, and a member for many, many years of the Ski Patrol at Gore Mountain. Earl was pre-deceased by his sisters, Rosamond Kenyon, Mary Brann, and Mildred Bates; and his brothers, John, George, and Fred Stewart. He is survived by his wife, Barbara (Smith) Stewart; his children, Gary Stewart (Martha), Gale Sharron (David), Peter Stewart, and Susan Bohmer (Ray); his grandchildren, Michael Stewart (Jennifer and great-granddaugher, Izzy), Jennifer Hudson (Victor and

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Sherman Library officers elected PORT HENRY — The Sherman Free Library Board of Trustees has elected new officers. The following officers will begin their terms in January 2011: Staley Rich, president, Sue Nephew, vice president, Janet Strack, secretary, and Linda Du Ross, treasurer.

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Hunter ed classes planned TICONDEROGA — Hunter education classes will be held at the Ticonderoga Elks Club on Jan. 18, 19 and 20 from 6 - 10 p.m. For more information, call Tom Barber at 585-7859.

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Bluegrass group slates meeting TICONDEROGA — The Champlain Valley Bluegrass and Old Time Music Association will meet Sunday, Jan. 2, at 1 p.m. at the American Legion on Montcalm Street in Ticonderoga. All are welcome. People are asked to bring a dish to share. For information call Laura at 546-7359.

January Clinics: Primary Care And Wellness –– Dr. Freyhofer Wednesdays and Fridays

Ti softball seeks volunteers

Gastroenterologist –– Dr. Bauer January 24

TICONDEROGA— The Ticonderoga girls youth softball is looking for volunteers. There are two age groups, 7 – 10 years and 1113 years of age. The league is looking for coaches, the office of president and umpires. Interested adults can contact Ed Vosburg at 585-9030 during the day or 585-3539 during the evenings.

OB/GYN –– Dr. Noelle Nielsen January 11, 25 Dermatology –– Dr. Jamie Alpert January 12

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EMG’s - Electromyography –– Dr. Michael Lenihan January 13, 20, 27 General Surgery –– Dr. Bradbury Fuller January 11, 25 Hearing Clinic –– Dave Beaulac January 5, 19

PUTNAM — Putnam Presbyterian Church will hold a Christmas Eve service Friday, Dec. 24, at 4:30 p.m. It will be a candlelight service with everyone leaving the church in silence after singing “Silent Night.” The church will worship Sunday, Dec. 26, at 10 a.m. The liturgist will be Bernadette Perrone who will read from Isaiah 63: 7-9 The New Testament lesson will be Matthew 2: 1323. The sermon will be “The Christmas Difference.” Coffee and fellowship follow the service. The church is located at 365 Co. Rt. 2 off Rt. 22 in Putnam.

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Cardiology –– Dr. Friederike Keating January 24 Plastic Surgery –– Dr. Harold Kirkpatrick January 6, 13, 20, 27 Orthopedic –– Dr. Douglas Kirkpatrick January 4, 11, 18, 25 Orthopedic –– Lisa Riley, PA January 7, 10, 14, 17, 21, 24

TICONDEROGA — Ticonderoga Middle School eighth grade accelerated science students held a pie raffle recently. Each student was responsible for making a pie and students and teachers purchased a chance to win a pie. Including donations, the students raised almost $190. The students are trying to raise enough money to pay for two field trips — to the American Museum of Natural History in New York City and to the MindsOn workshop at the Queensbury Hotel sponsored by Rensselaerville Institute.

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Orthopedic –– Patrick McDermott, PA January 4, 11, 18, 25 Ophthalmologist –– Dr. Winters January 26 Pulmonary/Sleep Apnea –– Dr. Surendra K. Nevatia January 6

TICONDEROGA — The Child Care Coordinating Council is offering Safe Schools Healthy Students Play groups on Thursdays 9:30 a.m. to noon at the Ticonderoga Armory gym. Play groups at Moriah Elementary School are on Mondays 9:30-11:30 a.m. in the elementary OT/PT room. Play groups provide opportunities for social learning, art exploration, and circle time and are for the parent and child. It is not required to come or leave at the designated times, people can come and go as they please. Call 561-4999 for more information on parenting programs and play groups.

Alex Stone works on a project at Crown Point Central School. Photo by Nancy Frasier

Crown Point church service set CROWN POINT — First Congregational Church of Crown Point will hold a New Year’s service on Sunday, Dec. 26, at 9:30 a.m. The service will be conducted by Pastor David C. Hirtle. Christmas Eve the church will host a service at 7 p.m. with scripture readings, music and a live nativity. Second Blessings Community Thrift Shop at the Hammond Chapel (corner of Rt. 22 and Creek Road) is closed for the winter. If there is an urgent need, call 597-3398. For information go online at www.Brickchurchonline.com or call 597-3398.

Schroon church has new home SCHROON LAKE — Holy Trinity Church has moved to a new location, the Lakeside on the SonRise Campus. While the SonRise Camp and Retreat Center has closed its doors, the church is alive and well. The Rev. Bruce Rudolf is serving the congregation as associate pastor while in the process of calling a senior pastor. Regular worship is on Sundays at 10:30 a.m. For the Christmas holidays there are services on Christmas Eve at 7 p.m. and on Christmas Day at 10:30 a.m. Holy Trinity is a Bible-based Christian congregation. It is located at 8260 State Route 9 just north of the Word of Life Ranch on the lakeside. For information call the church at 494- 7077 or 494-2897.

Children’s programs scheduled

Upper Hudson Enrollment Services –– Janet Littlefield January 4, 11, 18, 25

SCHROON LAKE — Walk-in Crafts for Children will be held at the Schroon Lake Public Library on Saturdays anytime between 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Each week there will be a different theme. For further information contact the library at 532-7737.

Oncology and Hematology –– Dr. Todd Whitman January 13, 27

Port Henry parking ban in place PORT HENRY — The parking of vehicles of any description on any of the streets within the village of Port Henry is prohibited between the hours of midnight and 6 a.m. through April 1, 2011. Any vehicles in violation of this law will be towed at the owner’s expense.

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Blood drive slated in Ticonderoga TICONDEROGA — There will be an American Red Cross blood drive at the Ticonderoga fire house Monday, Dec. 27, noon to 5 p.m. Walk-ins are welcome.

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Pay freeze unlikely for county workers State effort could pave way for freezing public contracts By Jon Alexander denpubs@denpubs.com ELIZABETHTOWN — Essex County Board of Supervisors Chairman Randy Douglas said Dec. 20 that he doesn’t foresee the county board freezing the contractually guaranteed pay increases for its unionized employees in the near future. But he also noted that the controversial move could be on the table in the coming months. Last week, the Sullivan County Legislature voted to freeze the pay of its union employees, even though they are under a contract that guarantees 4 percent raises.

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Douglas and County Manager Dan Palmer have repeatedly tried to get the county Civil Service Employees Association back to the negotiating table without success. Douglas said he has no plans of immediately following in Sullivan County’s footsteps. “I can’t foresee me doing that in the immediate future,” he said. “But it is a possibility. Everything is a possibility. We’re talking $700,000 in raises this year.” The 4 percent union pay hikes will cost Essex County $700,000 in each of the next two years. Lawsuits are expected in the counties that do decide to freeze pay in the face of existing contracts. “I would say we leave all options open,” he said. “I would hope that the union would come back to us and negotiate in good faith. Look, everybody else is freezing – management, the board of supervisors – and that they would consider the same thing.”

On the campaign trail, Governor-elect Andrew Cuomo called for legislative action to legalize pay freezes for the state’s 200,000 employees. Cuomo’s primary talking point has been a 4 percent cap on property tax increases for governments statewide. The proposal has raised criticism from local governments that argue the plan is only workable if the state also pulls back on programs counties are mandated to provide. County officials argue that mandated programs regularly comprise up to 90 percent of the local tax levy and leave little wiggle room for cost cutting measures. In response, officials said Cuomo’s staff is considering pushing legislation to legalize pay freezes for all unionized taxpayer-funded employees, including teachers and civil service employees.

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SATURDAY December 25, 2010

Essex County manager gains reappointment By Jon Alexander denpubs@denpubs.com

Milton Chellis,a retired St. Mary’s School teacher, recently returned to work with sixth grade art classes, making tool boxes for Christmas gifts. Jarrod Pike works with Chellis.

ELIZABETHTOWN — Swirling rumors that supervisors were poised to remove Essex County Manager Dan Palmer from his position proved to be without substance Tuesday, Dec. 7, as the county board overwhelmingly backed his bi-annual reappointment. For an hour and 40 minutes, supervisors were sequestered in executive session debating Palmer ’s fate, as the county’s top administrator paced back and forth between his office and the board chambers. But when supervisors reconvened, nothing but support was voiced for the county manager. Roby Politi is supervisor of the town of North Elba and vice chair of the county board. “I for one can not make business decisions without up to date and relevant information in a timely manner. The information that we receive – from the Moriah Shock report, the budget deficit report, the county manager reports – are all done in a timely manner with relevant information,” he said. “They allow each of you to make a decision, regardless.” Politi said although he doesn’t always agree with Palmer on the issues, the manager ’s willingness to provide objective analysis is vital to county operations. Numerous supervisors lauded Palmer as a wealth of information who is willing to push for the unpopular decisions for the good of county taxpayers. The county manager job pays $98,000 annually. Palmer receives an additional $19,000 to manage the county’s informational systems. Five of the 18 supervisors voted to oust Palmer, each giving different reasons. Finance Committee Chairman Tom

Moriah Supervisor Tom Scozzafava opposed the reappointment of the county manager. Scozzafava said he doesn’t believe the position is necessary. Scozzafava has repeatedly gone headto-head with Palmer, particularly about the use of more fund balance to pay down county taxes and the future of the Horace Nye Nursing home. Scozzafava said he doesn’t believe the position is necessary and that the county chairman could handle many of its current duties. Seeking to pare-down an ever increasing budget gap, Palmer targeted non-mandated items like the nursing home and county fish hatchery for elimination. Palmer said he was humbled by the support and noted that he was confident that although he was facing the criticism from some supervisors, he had the backing of the majority of the county board. “I put 100 percent into what I do. I was very much moved by some of the comments by the board members,” he said. “It was somewhat of a good day.” He was originally appointed to the job in 2008.

On the tracks of a Merry Christmas T

he Christmas holiday has always been special for me. I grew up as one of five siblings, in a large, Irish, Roman Catholic family, during the more innocent decades of the ‘50s and ‘60s. Admittedly, it probably wasn’t as kind and gentle as my feeble memory allows; yet it was a time when manners still mattered. Children addressed adults with a, “Yes, ma’am” or “No, sir.” Men held the door and boys pulled out chairs for the girls at the dinner table. My father was a school principal, and mom was a housewife — a title most people considered an honorable occupation, prior to Women’s Lib. Through the focused vision of my youthful eyes, Christmas was a celebration of family mixed in with a few Holy Days, and the arrival of Santa. It was also an event comparable to celebrating a half-dozen birthdays, all rolled into one. Maybe it’s due to my miniature stature, but I’m certain the snow back in those days always piled up much higher, than it’s ever piled up since. We never needed a hill to slide down; we simply climbed to the top of the snowbanks.

Our parents always devised a special Christmas surprise and dad always seemed to have something up his sleeve. I’m certain he was a magician, for somehow, he always managed to hide a huge assortment presents from the prying eyes of five, curious kids. On Christmas Eve, we would lie awake in our beds and giggle with glee as we listened to Santa’s sleigh bells ring directly outside our windows. Although we wanted to sneak a peek, to actually see the famous fat man, dressed in red, none of us ever dared. On Christmas morning, after the whole troop had finished marauding through the house, mom would chase us outside to play. And sure enough, every year, across the roof of our home, we would see evidence of Santa’s visit. It wasn’t imagined, we actually saw his footprints and they led directly to our chimney. It was verified by our own eyes. Many years had passed, and I had two children of my own, when dad finally ‘fessed up. Every year, he explained, he would hire a few, young teachers to visit our house on Christmas Eve. They would

carefully throw snowballs on the roof to look like Santa’s footprints had gone directly to the chimney. After this was accomplished, the cunning culprits would take a long pole wrapped with bells, to make Santa’s sleigh bells ring through our bedroom windows. Immediately, I decided to co-opt my father ’s devious designs for my own children. Fortunately, our house had a flat deck roof just outside of the master bedroom, and the chimney is located right outside the window. So, being a dutiful and devious dad, I step outside my window every year on Christmas Eve, to deck the deck. To assure the authenticity of my hoax, I always attach the hoof of a whitetail deer to a hockey stick with duct tape. Then, I carefully slip outside into the cold, evening air. Stepping out the window, I walk backwards from the chimney to where Santa’s sleigh was allegedly parked. With the blade of the stick, I inscribe lines where the sleigh runners landed and with the hoof, I track the roof with authentic reindeer prints. I’ve always been careful to insure the prints are legible from the window, since my daughters could identify deer tracks from a young age.

Of course, this is all accomplished in the wee hours of the morning. Earlier in the evening, before they go to sleep, I always attach Santa’s sleigh bells to a long, pruning pole and ring them outside of their bedroom windows. Like clockwork, on Christmas morning, the girls will rush to pull open the curtains and peer out the window to insure Santa made his appointed rounds. Then, the family flocks downstairs to the Christmas tree, set up in the fireplace room. Cookies left for Santa are always eaten, and his cup of milk is empty. As presents spill out from under our tree, a tiny spark of Christmases past is gently reignited inside of me. Although my girls are now grown, the annual ritual continues and it seems to preserve the joys and wonders of their childhood days. However, there was one year, where I came tragically close to ending the tradition. It happened in the late evening hours, as I silently slipped out the bedroom window with a hoofed, hockey stick in hand to set down the tracks. In my haste to get the job done, I completely forgot that the old, flat roof had recently been replaced with a brand new, shiny, red

metal roof. Of course, our new roof had been constructed with a proper pitch intended to shed the snow. I held onto the window frame as I backed out the window onto the new roof. It was covered with a light dusting of fresh snow and as I turned to set the tracks, I began to slide. I knew I was on the way to a hard fall. In desperation, I hooked the windowsill with the stick and called to my wife for help. Fortunately, I made it back, unharmed and the tradition has continue. Although the girls are grown, and I know they know the jig is up; I continue to venture out the window every Christmas Eve (safely secured by a safety rope). It is still important to me to ensure they can see Santa’s sleigh still tracks our roof. And even though my parents are both now gone, I have the sneaking suspicion they continue to keep an eye on these Irish-inspired shenanigans that serve to keep their original, magical Christmas efforts alive.

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In Veterans Park

Skating rink planned by volunteer By Fred Herbst fred@denpubs.com CROWN POINT — The young and young-at-heart will have a new recreation opportunity in Crown Point this winter. The town board has approved a plan to erect a ice skating rink in Veterans Park. Will Gunnison recently addressed the town board, volunteering to build the rink. “It was a pleasant surprise when Will Gunnison stood up

and offered to build a skating rink for the kids,” Supervisor Bethany Kosmider said. “Planning the rink at Veterans Park by the Congregational Church, Gunnison wants to add a warm-up shack and possibly grilled hot dogs on the weekends.” Gunnison’s proposal attracted offers of help. Several people agreed to assist with the project. “He said he wanted to contribute to the youth and make good childhood memories for them,” Kosmider said of Gunnison. “He stated ‘they are our future,’ a statement that received a standing ovation.”

The rink will be wrapped with bales of hay for the children to sit on and a light will be erected for nighttime skating. Volunteers will be needed to watch the kids and open the warm-up shack. Anyone interested in helping can contact Crown Point Youth Commission President Penny Comes at 597-9374. Anyone skating during non-supervised times will skate at their own risk. The rink will be open to people of all ages. Specific hours will be set aside for hockey, if an interest is expressed.

It’s been a year of learning for rookie town supervisor By Fred Herbst fred@denpubs.com CROWN POINT — It’s been a busy year for Bethany Kosmider, a political novice before becoming Crown Point supervisor last January. “Managing a town is a great experience and it has to be run as a business,” she said, looking back on her first year in office. “In my attempts to make things better, I have to keep residents’ best interests in mind. I work for 2,100 people not one or two.” Kosmider said the town board has done a lot in 2010. “The council members and I have achieved many goals in 2010,” she said. “We have changed some town policies, secured the senior van for the town of Crown Point, we have formed committees comprised of town residents. Volunteers have stepped forward and offered to help with any beautification projects that are needed to be done.” The creation of resident committees was a top priority for Kosmider. The town board has created groups to plan and organize local events, study ways to reduce the town budget, study the creation of a local chamber of commerce, look at community revitalization and more. Crown Point trustees have also adopted a new

employee drug policy, hired a new code enforcement officer, implemented new rules and fees for Monitor Bay Campground and received a state energy grant for improvements at the town hall. The town has also initiated talks with the Adirondack Park Agency to complete a land-use review of the community, completed a survey of the water system and purchased new accounting software. “We are continuing to look toward ways in which to save the town money, bring business to Crown Point, improve our water/wastewater system, qualify for more grants and plan for the future,” Kosmider said. The supervisor praised citizens who attend town board meetings and who have become involved with town government. “The interest has been consistent and the support has been appreciated,” Kosmider said. She stressed she is always available to Crown Point residents and welcomes their suggestions and comments. “Don’t be hesitant to call me with an idea or suggestions,” she said of residents. “As we approach another year I want to thank residents for allowing me to manage Crown Point,” Kosmider said. “I have one year left (on her term as supervisor) and I will be as energetic as I have been in the past.”

Crown Point Boy Scouts recently built picnic tables to be placed in Veterans Park. The effort is the Eagle project of Duke, Mildon, son of Steve and Judy Mildon.

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SATURDAY December 25, 2010

Moriah school releases honor roll PORT HENRY — Moriah Central School has named its first quarter honor roll. Cited were:

Rancour, Tristan Shappy, Emily Simard, Halie Snyder, Kyle Van Buren, Cameron Wright, Kara Zelinski

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High honor - Marissa Bacon, Sable Baker, Jarron Boyle, Janelle Brassard, Charles Bryant, Alice Cochran, Tanner Conley, Bianca Crisan, Joseph Defelice, Jarod Garrison, Tanner Haran, Adam Jaquish, William Larrow, Christina Lashway, Meaghan Lee, Antonia Perkins, Ashley Shores, Taylor Slattery, Jordan Speshock, Tanner Whalen Honor - Chellsea Callahan, Morgan Conley, Dillon Cutting, Noah Gilbo, Paige Lane, Joseph Rodriguez, Tyler Smith, Victoria Smith Merit - Jordan Cheney, Jarrod MacDougal, Megan McKiernan, Curtis Prevette, Brandy Robichaud, Joseph Tursky, Cassie Wright, Caleb Yelle

High honors - Michael Bigelow, Megan Evans, Katie Gagnon , Amanda Ida, Seth Mackey, Steven Martin, Natasha Pratt, Dallas Rich, Patrick Simpson, Adam Wilber, Zachary Zelinski Honors - Thomas Callahan, Michaila Callis, Jared Feith, Lauren Pelkey, Kayla Sherman, Ryan Smits, Marissa St. Pierre, John Wallace, Ariel White, Ian Williams Merit - Nicole Ashe, William Benton, Derek Brassard, John Burroughs, Jessup Calkins, Roger Cline, Cory Daly, Elizabeth Decker, Courtney Donahue, Allen Jacques, Dominic Pryll

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High honors - Jennifer Chappell, Kevin Emmons, Andrew King, Melinda Malbon, Santana Martinez, Kevin Nesbitt, David Quinn, Tucker Sargent Honors - Casey Allen, Michael Badger, Ivan Budwick, Courtney Carson, Hailey Chapuk, Trevor Cheney, Samantha Cota, Emily Cutting, Justin Cutting, Rachel Demarais, Amanda French, William Heald, Meghan King, Craig MacDougal, Stephanie Mauran, Ronald Perry, Brooke Sheffer, Thomas M. Slattery, Hayley Waldron and Jamie Wykes Merit - Timothy Breeyear, Landon Cross, Kyle Dever, Jeffrey Greenough, Miranda Hyatt, Latasha Lord, Troy Morin, Whitney Salerno, Benjamin Schaefer, Shelby Sherman and Symantha Wright

High honor - Carrie Armstrong, Blake Bigelow, Sarah Burbank, Christopher Clarke, Lauren Cross, Ellyn Farnsworth, Hayden Fernandez, Christian Harris, Karla Hayes, Ryan Jaquish, Kayla Joy, Kasey Klingenberg, Shelby MacDougal, Kyle Perry, Madison Stahl Honors - Nicholas Allen, Dakota Burroughs, Katilyn Desimone, Desiree Fleming, Sadie Fosco, Taylor Gregory, Matthew Heald, Samantha Ida, Celena Madill, Kylie McCabe, Jeremy Murcray, Kayla Patenaude, Samuel Russo, Brianna Sargent Merit - Sage Bronson, Courtney Burch, Colter Dunning, Austin Durham, Tyler Florio, Tracy Fuller, Adrianna Genier, Caitlin Pelkey, Keishya Perkins, Emilee Roberts, Carolyn Simard, Joseph Slycord, Troy Welch, Holden Whalen

Grade 9 High honors - Colin Brace, Jonathan Brassard, Grace Cochran, Jacob Defelice, Brooke Dever, Cole Gaddor, Kyle Gifaldi, Alexandra Lashway, Megan Maloy, Reagan Pratt, Tyler Pratt, Shonna Provoncha, Matthew Rice, Dylan Scozzafava, Taylor Sprague, Thomas Yakalis Honor - Brandon Chappell, Caroyln Evens, Catherine Maye, Cory Porter, Rainier Rodriguez-Garnica, Randie Safford, Sarah Slattery, Caleb Yakalis, Ryan Young Merit - Austin Allen, Ashley Armstrong, AJ Childs, Collin Cutting, Dustin Gangi, Kayley Gonyea, Jordan Greenough, Austin McKiernan, Derek Petro, Thomas

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Grade 12 High honors - Jalen Beebe, Keith Bordeau, Francesca Brace, Scott Cutting, Tara Drake, Wally Edwards, Levo Freeman, James French, Nicholas Gilbo, Shelby James, James King, Brittney Orr, Alexandra Rich, Dustin Tesar, Cori White, Caitlin Williams, Kayla Woods Honors - Dakotah Antonetti, Sergio Camacho, Cody Cyphers, Michael Daniels, Zachary Desimone, Ryan Mascarenas, Cody Porter, Thomas J. Slattery, Megan Smith, Tiffany Staunches, Brandon Stoddard, Malea Trombley, Derek Waldron, Josephine Wallingford, Benjamin Zelinski Merit - Krystal Baker, Dorian Kemp, Jordan LaRoche, Ashley McLean, Jamie Poirier, Alyssa Raymond, Stephanie Welch, Kia Williams

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Boys basketball

Ti topples Moriah; Schroon Lake rolls Ticonderoga raced to a big lead and beat Moriah, 72-58, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Dec. 13. The Sentinels took a 16-2 lead and stretched their advantage to 42-20 at the half. Tanner Purkey and Nick mars each had 18 points for lead Ti. Nate Lenhart added 12 markers. Isaac Aponte had 16 points and nine steals to key Moriah’s attack. Landon Cross added 13 points for the Vikings. Schroon 58, Chazy 41

Ticonderoga’s Sarah teRiele, left, and Moriah’s Hayley Waldron battle for a rebound in Champlain Vallet Athletic Conference action. Moriah won, 28-23. Photo by Nancy Frasier

Girls basketball

Vikings down Ti; Panthers post wins Moriah downed Ticonderoga, 28-23, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball play. Dec. 14. Ti held a 6-4 lead after one quarter, but Moriah closed the first half with an 11-5 run to take the lead. Santana Martinez, Brooke Sheffer and Hayley Waldron each tallied six points for the Vikings. Ticonderoga got eight points from Jessica Blodgett. Crown Point 25, Minerva/Newcomb 19 Crown Point topped Minerva-Newcomb, 25-19, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Dec. 13. The Panthers broke a tie with a 9-2 run to close the first half. That spurt proved

to be the difference in the contest. Marissa Titus led the Panthers with 11 points. Schroon 45, Chazy 21 Schroon Lake beat Chazy, 45-21, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Dec. 15. Jocelyn Bowen led the Wildcats, scoring 23 points. Rebecca Armstrong added 14 points for the winners. Schroon raced to a 12-2 lead and coasted to the win. Keene 26, Crown Point 22 Keene edged Crown Point, 26-22, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Dec. 15. Marissa Titus scored eight

points for Crown Point. Moriah 37, NAC 18 Moriah defeated Northern Adirondack, 37-18, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball play. Dec. 16. Hayley Waldron scored 12 points and hauled down 18 rebounds to pace the Vikings. Lauren Pelkey added 10 points and 12 caroms for the winners, who raced to an 80 lead and never looked back.

Schroon Lake ripped Chazy, 58-41, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball play Dec. 14. Jesse Shaughnessy scored 24 points to key the Wildcat attack. Schroon trailed before going on a 14-4 run to close out the first half and take a 2215 lead. The Wildcats then opened the second half with a 20-11 spurt to take command. Schroon 77, Westport 19 Schroon Lake crushed Westport, 77-19, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball play Dec. 16. The Wildcats led, 24-7, after one period and 48-9, at the intermission. Ian Williams scored 14 points, Jess Shaughnessy 13 and Uriah Harvey 10 for the winners. Willsboro 76, Crown Point 25 Crown Point lost to Willsboro 76-25, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference

Jim Curran had 10 points as Moriah crushed Northern Adirondack, 76-37, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action. Photo by Nancy Frasier boys basketball play Dec. 16. Willsboro dominated from the start, building a 262 advantage after one quarter. Mark St. Pierre had eight points for the Panthers. Moriah 76, NAC 37 Moriah crushed Northern

Adirondack, 76-37, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys basketball action Dec. 17. Isaac Aponte scored 20 points, 18 in the first half as the Vikings streaked to a 4318 lead. Landon Cross added 14 points, Nick Gilbo 13 and Jim Curran 10 for the winners.

Lake Placid 45, Ticonderoga 16 Lake Placid beat Ticonderoga, 45-16, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball play. Dec. 16. Jessica Blodgett scored six points for Ti. Crown Point 44, Willsboro 41 Crown Point edged Willsboro, 44-41, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Dec. 17. The Panthers got off to a 13-2 lead and held on for the victory. Marissa Titus scored 21 points to key the Panther attack. Amanda Wolf added 10 points for the winners. Westport 37, Schroon 32

Marissa Titus scored 21 points as Crown Point edged Willsboro, 44-41, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action. Photo by Nancy Frasier

Schroon Lake fell to Westport, 37-32, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Dec. 17. The Eagles closed the first half with a 12-0 run to take a lead they would never relinquish. Rebecca Armstrong had 17 points and Jocelyn Bowen 13 for the Wildcats.

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Running

Resolution Run to kick off New Year By Fred Herbst

fred@denpubs.com TICONDEROGA — Will one of your New Year ’s resolutions be to get more exercise? If so, the LaChute Road Runners Club of Ticonderoga can help. The club is planning its ninth annual Resolution Run Jan. 1, 2010. The event will include a five-kilometer

(3.1 miles) run and a four-kilometer (2.5 miles) walk. Both events will begin and end at the Community Building on Montcalm Street at 11 a.m. The course follows Lake Champlain Avenue to Water Street to Lake George Avenue back to Montcalm Street. Registration will be that day beginning at 10:15 a.m. at Bicentennial Park. Registration

fee is $2 or two food items. All proceeds will be donated to the local food pantry. Following the run there will be light refreshments and presentation of awards. Awards will be home-baked goods. The event will be held regardless of weather conditions. For information, contact Ellie Berube at 585-8974 or visit the club website at www.lachute.us

Honolulu Marathon

Jason Dolbeck and his wife, Britt, finished the Honolulu Marathon recently. Jason Dolbeck, a Ticonderoga native stationed in Hawaii with the U.S. Coast Guard, completed the 26.2 mile run in 3 hours, 33 minutes, 7 seconds. Britt Dolbeck finished the race in 4:18:36.

Bowling

Ticonderoga downs Moriah Ticonderoga swept past Moriah in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference bowling action Dec. 13. Ti won the boys match, 9-1. Chris Bennett paced the Sentinels, rolling a 253 game and 666 series. Jimmy French led Moriah with a 200 game and 470 set. Ticonderoga won the girls match, 4-0. Jordan McKee topped Ti with a 181 game and 494 series.

Moriah got a 138 game and 358 set from Tara Drake. Moriah falls Moriah lost to AuSable Valley in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference bowling action Dec. 15. The Vikings dropped the boys match, 9-1. Roger Cline had a 157 game and 414 series for Moriah. AVCS won the girls match, 4-0. Sentinels post win Ticonderoga beat Northeastern Clinton, 10-0, in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference boys bowling action Dec. 16. Chris Bennett fired a 224 game and 659 series to pace the Sentinels. Cory Ahern had a 581 and Dakota O’Connor a 544 for the locals. Ti lost the girls match, 4-0. Jordan McKee had a 198 game and 499 series for Ti. Vikings fall Moriah lost to Willsboro in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference bowling action Dec. 17. The Vikings dropped the boys match, 10-0. Dillon Atkins had a 149 game and 399 series for the locals. Moriah lost the girls match, 4-0, Tara Drake had a 131 game and 336 set for the Vikings. Sentinels tumble

Jeanette Coon helped Ticonderoga defeat Moriah in girls bowling action. Photo by Nancy Frasier

Ticonderoga lost to Peru in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference bowling action Dec. 17. Ti lost the boys match, 6-4. John Crossman had a 213 game and 606 series for the Sentinels. Cory Ahern added a 243 game. Ticonderoga lost the girls match, 4-0. Jordan McKee paced Ti with a 191 game and 498 series.

Rachel Demarais competes for Moriah against Ticonderoga in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference bowling action. Ti won the girls match, 4-0. Photo by Nancy Frasier

Youth sports

Ticonderoga Elks host Hoop Shoot contest TICONDEROGA — Ticonderoga Elks Lodge #1494 held its annual Hoop Shoot competition recently at the Ticonderoga Middle School. Mike Shaw is the Hoop Shoot coordinator. All girls and boys ages 8-13 from area schools were invited to compete. Winners include: Girls ages 8-9 — 1, McKenzie Sprague; 2, Chloe Rocque. ages 10-11 — 1, Carly Newton; 2, Kathleen O'Neill; 3, Meegan Shaw. ages 12-13 — 1, Caitlin Pelkey. Boys ages 8-9 — 1, Alex Larrow; 2, Jeff Strieble; 3, Austin Barnao. ages 10-11 — 1, Jay Strieble; 2, Matt Pelkey; 3, Dalton Reynolds. ages 12-13 — 1, Kyle Wilson; 2, Branden Hall; 3, Brody Rocque. The first place winners will go to the Elks District Hoop Shoot at the Whitehall High School on Jan. 8.

Ticonderoga Elks Lodge #1494 held its annual Hoop Shoot competition recently at the Ticonderoga Middle School. Mike Shaw is the Hoop Shoot coordinator. Elks Loyal Knight Margie Hurlburt helped present awards.


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THE SENIORS PAGE Essex County Office for the Aging 518-873-3695 • 877-464-1637 County Complex, Elizabethtown, NY 12932 Ongoing HAGUE — Holistic stress management featuring T'ai Chi and Qigong, Tuesdays at the Hague Community Building, 6:15 to 7:15 p.m. For more information e-mail returntomountain@yahoo.com or call 543-6605. HAGUE — Hague Fish & Game Club meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. MORIAH — The Moriah Senior Citizens Club meets on the first Monday of each month at 1 p.m. in the Port Henry Train Station. If this date falls on a holiday the meeting will be held on the first Tuesday of the month at 1 p.m. MORIAH — Moriah Arts and Crafts Group sponsored by the Moriah Senior Citizens Club on Thursday mornings from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Port Henry Train Station. Stay for a noon time meal sponsored by the Essex County Nutrition Program (reservations are required by calling 546-7941 the day before). PORT HENRY — The Moriah Chamber of Commerce meets the first Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at Sagan’s, Port Henry. Meetings are open to the public. SCHROON LAKE — Mountainside Share Shop clothing distribution hours: Tuesday and Thursday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to noon. For an appointment for the food pantry, call 532-7128 ext. 3 during Share Shop hours. 165 US Rte 9, Schroon Lake. SCHROON LAKE — TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) group meets at the Schroon Lake Senior Center (across from Grand Union) on Tuesdays from 6 to 7 p.m. For information call Donna at 803-4032. SCHROON LAKE — Walk-in Crafts for Children will be held at the Schroon Lake Public Library on Saturdays anytime between 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Each week there will be a different theme. For further information contact the library at 5327737. SILVER BAY — The Northern Lake George Rotary Club is a service club that meets at Silver Bay YMCA of the Adirondacks at 7:30 a.m. every Tuesday. A full breakfast is offered before the business meeting and a local guest speaker. Contact President Michelle Benedict at 585-7785 for more information on the meeting or any of our events. New members are always welcomed. TICONDEROGA — Holistic stress management featuring T'ai Chi and Qigong, Wednesdays at the Ticonderoga Elementary School, 6 to 7 p.m. For more information e-mail returntomountain@yahoo.com or call 543-6605. TICONDEROGA -— ACBL Duplicate Bridge, Mondays and Thursdays at 12:30 p.m. For more information call 585-3322.

Greetings From page 17 “I was looking for a way to get the students’ work published and I thought of the Times of Ti,” explained Britney McCarthy, Ti High art teacher. “I hope to do a show this spring for students in the drawing and painting and mixed media art classes, but I wanted a way to show the skills of the computer art class. This is

Set healthy New Year’s goals Resolutions are often about starting or stopping certain behaviors; the only problem is, resolutions are all too often broken. Start 2011 right by resolving to make this the year you really focus on your health. Consider these resolution solutions to learn how you can succeed - this and every year. * Assess your personal food choices and lifestyle. Keep track of what you ear and drink so you can identify the behaviors you would like to change. * Set goals and be realistic. Change doesn’t mean you have to give up the foods you like. Smaller portions, different ways of cooking and being more physically active will allow you to enjoy favorites with fewer calories. * Be patient and don’t give up if you don’t see a huge difference right away. Real change takes time, commitment and encouragement. If you get off track, pick up where you left off and start again. * Seek help from a qualified health professional. A registered dietitian is the best source of reliable and up-to-date food and nutrition information. (Information produced by ADA’s Public Relations Team)

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DeFranco Landscaping, Inc. recently completed roadside beautification for its two-mile AdoptA-Highway section along Route 9N between Ticonderoga and Hague. Taking part were Chris Winters, Tom Denno, R.J. Fox, David DeFranco of DeFranco Landscaping, Inc. and JoAnne DeFranco of Sew & Sow Embroidery. TICONDEROGA — The Alzheimer’s Disease Assistance Center will hold a monthly support group for caregivers at Inter-Lakes Health, Ethan Allen Library, the second Tuesday of every month from 4 to 5 p.m. Call 564-3370 or 800-3880199 for more information. TICONDEROGA — The Adirondack Trailriders meet the second Wednesday of each month, yearround, at 7 p.m. at the Ticonderoga Fish & Game Club. TICONDEROGA — Support group for people with family members who have addictions. Meetings in the library at the Heritage Commons nursing home, every Monday at 6:30 p.m. TICONDEROGA — The Ticonderoga Fourth of July Committee will meet the first Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at Century 21 to plan the annual Best Fourth in the North celebration. The meetings are open to all interested people and business owners. TICONDEROGA — Celebrate Recovery meetings are every Wednesday 6:30 - 8 p.m. in the board room at Moses Ludington Hospital. Open to the public. For more information call Vince at 4299173. TICONDEROGA — Champlain Valley Chorale rehearsals will be

held each Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the First United Methodist Church, 1045 Wicker St., Ticonderoga. New singers in all sections are welcomed and no audition is necessary. For further information, contact Bob Elling at 585-2173. TICONDEROGA — GriefShare, a special help seminar and support group for people experiencing grief and loss, will be held on Tuesdays from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Inter-Lakes Health’s Conference Room in Ticonderoga. This is a nondenominational group and features biblical teaching on grief and recovery topics. For more information call Cam Brown at 585-6217 or visit www.griefshare.org

perfect.” The class includes Tony Bangma, Bianca Jordan, Courtney Shaner, Joann Campbell, Doug Wilson, Stephanie Towne, Megan Schryer, Kyle Hartley, Kaylene Ross, Brandon Russell, Josh Cook, Joey Bevilacqua, Cody Vickroy, Shelby Fernandez, Nate McLaughlin and Howard Fuller. “The students are excited about the project,” McCarthy said. “They’ve run into some problems, which is a good thing. They’re

learning what it’s like to be a graphic artist in a professional setting.” Brandon Russell designed the holiday greeting from the Ticonderoga Best Western. He has always enjoyed creating computer art, but quickly learned it’s much different when working for a paying advertiser. “It’s been a real learning experience,” Russell said. “Computer art can be a lot of fun; you can be very creative. Here we had very strict guidelines to make the

Monday, Dec. 27 TICONDEROGA — Ticonderoga public safety committee meeting, 5 p.m., Community Building. TICONDEROGA — There will be an American Red Cross blood drive noon to 5 p.m. at the Ticonderoga fire house, sponsored by InterLakes Health. For information call Keri Ott at 585-3960.

Tuesday, Dec. 28 TICONDEROGA — Ticonderoga public works committee meeting, 8:30 a.m., Community Building. TICONDEROGA — Ticonderoga

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Buyer Shankar P. & Sheila B. Das Richard E. Graves Daniel C. & Deborah M. Gorke Jonathan A. Rodriguez Valorie L. Sherwin Edward J. Jr. & Patricia K. Gardner Word of Life Fellowship William W. Jr. & Cheryl A. Morris Julianne Budwick Jane Greenleaf Howard M. & Arlene M. SToll Peter P.Afflerbach Champlain National Bank

Seller Alice K. Harbour Keith & Holly Moore James V.Agonis Trustee Julie Budwick Essex County Emily Phillips David B.Wyrtzen Trustee Vincent B. Forrest III Tr. et al Edward M. & Louise A. Harvey James F. Stebbins Keith R. Dambrose Laura Antonelli John T. Manning Ref

Location Schroon Schroon Schroon Crown Point Moriah Essex Schroon North Elba Crown Point Keene North Elba North Elba Ticonderoga

highway committee meeting, 11 a.m., Community Building.

Wednesday, Dec. 29 TICONDEROGA — Ticonderoga operational efficiency meeting, 1 p.m., Community Building.

Sunday, Jan. 2 TICONDEROGA — The Champlain Valley Bluegrass and Old Time Music Association will meet at 1 p.m. at the American Legion on Montcalm Street in Ticonderoga. All are welcome. People are asked to bring a dish to share. For information call Laura at 546-7359.

Monday, Jan. 3 TICONDEROGA — Ticonderoga Youth Commission meeting, 5 p.m., Armory.

Tuesday, Jan. 4 TICONDEROGA — Ticonderoga parks, recreation, historic lands, monuments, beach and cemeteries committee meeting, 4:30 p.m., Community Building.

Wednesday, Jan. 5 TICONDEROGA — Ticonderoga planning board meeting, 7 p.m., Community Building.

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NOTICE OF FORMATION OF RUSTIC RANCH LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with NY Secy. of State (SSNY) on 11/17/10. Office location: Essex County. SSNY is designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: 14 Bartlett Road, Keene, NY 12942. Purpose: any lawful activity. TT-11/27-1/1/11-6TC77082 ----------------------------NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT: ESSEX COUNTY DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY AS TRUSTEE UNDER POOLING AND S E R V I C I N G AGREEMENT DATED AS OF MAY 1, 2007 SECURITIZED ASSET BACKED RECEIVABLES LLC TRUST 2007-BR4 MORTGAGE PASST H R O U G H C E R T I F I C AT E S ,

SERIES 2007-BR4; Plaintiff(s) vs. CORRINE M. COYLE; et al; Defendant(s) Attorney (s) for Plaintiff (s): ROSICKI, ROSICKI & ASSOCIATES, P.C., 2 Summit Court, Suite 301, Fishkill, New York, 12524, 845.897.1600 Pursuant to judgment of foreclosure and sale granted herein on or about October 6, 2009, I will sell at Public Auction to the highest bidder at Essex County Courthouse. On January 12, 2011 at 10:00 AM Premises known as 106 MORSE M E M O R I A L H I G H W A Y , OLMSTEDVILLE, NY 12857 Section: 154.4 Block: 4 Lot: 43.002 ALL that certain plot, piece or parcel of land in Lot No. 27 in the northerly one-half of the Twenty-fifth Township of Totten & Crossfield`s Purchase in the Town of Minerva, County of Essex and State of New York. ALSO, that certain piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the Town of Mineva, Essex County, New York, being a part of Lot #27, Dominick`s Patent, Township 25, Totten & Crossfield`s Purchase.

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project described below. CVSC, LLC, a New York corporation, and its successors and assigns (the “Applicant”) has requested that the Agency assist the Applicant in (A) the financing of a project consisting of (i) the acquisition, construction, equipping and furnishing of an approximately 42,000 square foot facility for use as a senior assisted living community to be constructed on the site of the former Willsboro High School in the Town of Willsboro in Lake Champlain Valley, New York and (ii) certain necessary preliminary and incidental expenses related thereto (hereinafter collectively referred to as the “Project”) by entering into a “straight-lease” arrangement (within the meaning of Section 854(15) of the General Municipal Law); (B) the granting of certain “financial assistance” (within the meaning of Section 854(14) of the General Municipal Law of the State) with respect to the foregoing, including exemption from certain deed transfer taxes, transfer gains tax, sales tax, real property taxes and mortgage recording taxes (collectively with the Project, the “Financial Assis-

tance”); and (C) the lease and sale of the Project to the Applicant or such other person as may be designated by the Applicant and agreed upon by the Agency. During the lease term, the Project will be owned by the Agency and leased to the Applicant. The Project will be conveyed by the Agency to the Applicant pursuant to a “straight-lease” arrangement (as defined in Section 854(15) of the General Municipal Law of the State) in order to provide Financial Assistance to the Applicant for good and valuable consideration in connection with the Project. Pursuant to Article 8 of the Environmental Conservation Law of the State, Chapter 43-B of the Consolidated Laws of New York, as amended (the “SEQR Act”) and the regulations adopted pursuant thereto by the Department of Environmental Conservation of the State, being 6 NYCRR Part 617, as amended (the “Regulations”), the Agency, as an involved agency, will determine whether the Project may have a “significant effect on the environment” (as set forth in the SEQR Act and the Regulations) and therefore require the prepara-

tion of an environmental impact statement. The Agency will at the above-stated time and place hear all persons with views in favor of or opposed to the proposed Financial Assistance to the Applicant. This notice will be published in a newspaper in general circulation in the County of Essex at least thirty (30) days prior to the date set for the hearing. Dated: December 15, 2010 ESSEX COUNTY INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY DARREN R DARRAH Chairman T T- 1 2 / 2 5 / 1 0 - 1 T C 77239 ----------------------------LEGAL NOTICE REORGANIZATIONA L MEETING PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE 2 0 1 1 REORGANIZATIONA L MEETING OF THE M I N E V I L L E WITHERBEE FIRE DISTRICT #2 WILL BE HELD ON MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 2011 AT 7:00PM AT THE FIRE STATION, FOLLOWED BY THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING. BE ALSO ADVISED THAT ALL REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THE MINEVILLEWITHERBEE FIRE DISTRICT #2 BOARD

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PORT HENRY, Large one bedroom apartment, $450/month + utilities, 518-546-4069 SCHROON LAKE - Fully furnished studio apartments, $550 per/mo. Includes heat, hot water, dish network, WIFI and private bath. Large community room/lodge with bar, 50” TV, free movies, woodstove and sound system. We also have horseback riding and tons of hiking trails! Share huge kitchen. 518-5327521. STUDIO APARTMENT in Chestertown $375. Two Bedroom Apartment in Minerva $550. Large & Small Garages For Rent $100-$300 Month. 631-331-3010. TAKING APPLICATIONS for: 1 and 2 bedroom apts heated for rent Witherbee area available now $500.00 & $550.00 Also 2 bedroom house in Port Henry for rent $600 plus utilities. Newly renovated 2 bedroom apt in Grover Hills heated for rent available Jan 1st. Call 518-546-7961 TICONDEROGA - 2 Bedroom. Heat, Hot Water & Electric Included. $700 Per Month. Call 518-585-7818. TICONDEROGA - 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Renovated 1st Floor Apartment. Heat Included, W/D Hook-Up, Parking. $825. Call Rich 518-585-3273 or George 518-5853222.

TICONDEROGA NEW Luxury apartment, quiet, all appliances, no pets/no smoking, references required, 732-433-8594. VERY NICE 2 BR apartment in Mineville. $650/mo. heat included! 1st months rent/sec. deposit and refrences all required. Please call 518-645-5244 if you’d like to see. Avail. Jan 1. WILLSBORO, 2 BEDROOM. washer/dryer, newly renovated. $490 + utilities includes water/sewer & garbage. 603-553-0000 or 603-673-0604.

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CARS FOR SALE ‘06 CHEVY Impala LTZ, Fully Loaded, Very Good Condition, Sunroof, Remote Start, 145K highway miles, $5,500 O.B.O. 518588-6789 2001 CHEVY Tahoe. 3rd row seat. 4wd. 125,000 miles. Runs good. Good shape. Good studded snow tires. $6300 OBO. 518524-1135

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AMMUNITION, HANDGUNS RIFLES / SHOTGUNS, GUN SAFES, RIFLE/HANDGUN SCOPES, HOLSTERS/ KNIVES. Buy Sell Trade • You Cant Miss! Open Tue - Fri 11 - 8, Sat 9-5 2138 Route 9 Round Lake, NY 12151 (Across from the lake)

518-899-2799

2009 Toyota Tacoma 13,500

2000 DODGE 1500 4x4 Ext Cab, Runs and Drives Great, 160k, $4995. 518-494-2519 Brant Lake.

Are you at the end of your rope with all kinds of junk? Don’t despair, sell it fast with a DenPub Classified Ad 1-800-989-4237.

Contractors Caps

Fit 2000-2006 Toyota Tundra, 8’ Box - Inside Side Boxes & ‘Barn Doors” On Rear, Very Well Made. Sells For $3,000 New Asking $1,500

2000 Chevy Silverado 2500

2WD, 5 Spd., CD, Like New, 21K, Book Value Over $15,000 6.0, V-8, Auto - With Plow - 85K. Includes Body Touch Up $

1996 CHEVY 1500, 4x4, EXT, Step Side, Loaded, Runs & Drives Great, Drive Anywhere, 118k, $4800. 518-494-2519 Brant Lake.

12,500

$

2003 Buick Century Runs Well, 130K $3,950

61636

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L OANS A VAILABLE NO CREDIT? BAD CREDIT? BANKRUPTCY?

Hometown Chevrolet Oldsmobile 152 Broadway Whitehall, NY • (518) 499-2886 • Ask for Joe

71070

2000 Oldsmobile Bravada 2002 Dodge Dakota X-Cab CD & Tape - Well Maintained. 111K $4,200

V-6, 4x4, Auto, 88K $7,900

2006 Chevy Aveo

2002 Nissan Frontier X-Cab

5 Spd., Excellent MPG - Cheap Economical Ride

4 Cyl., Auto. 2WD, 83K. Includes Replacement Bumpers

1997 Mazda 626 Auto, Loaded, 77K $3,750

2005 Dodge Grand Caravan

V-6, Loaded, Rear DVD, 106K, Runs Well. $7,250 ~ WE SPECIALIZE IN THE SUBARU BRAND ~ We have a good selection in all price ranges. $

72950

4,900

6,900

$

Jct. Rts 7 & 17 • New Haven • 453-5552 • 1-800-392-5552

77250


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CHRISTOPHER CHEVROLET BUICK WISHES ALL OUR CUSTOMERS A HAPPY HOLIDAY & HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Joe Orta

Terry Gorton

Skip Woodcock

Fran Bronson

Shawn Johndron

Eric Forand

SALES SPECIALS:

‘04 Ford F-350 Crew

‘06 Suzuki Aerio AWD ‘07 Chevy Trailblazer LT

$20,995 $8,995 SERVICE SPECIALS:

$16,888

NYSI: Now $10 on All Vehicles Senior Citizens’ Discount: 10% Off Any Service Repair Lube, Oil, & Filter: $19.95

(up to 5 qts. GM Goodwrench • Diesel and other Non-GM Brands slightly higher)

90889

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SATURDAY December 25, 2010

CHEVROLET BUICK OUR BEST DEALS OF THE YEAR ON NEW CHEVYS?

YES!

THE ALL NEW 2011 CHEVROLET CAMARO

3 AVAILABLE IN STOCK!

NEW 2010 CHEVROLET

ONLY OR GET

W/TRAILER PACKAGE!

WITH AUTOMATIC! 1.8L 4-CYLINDER, POWER WINDOWS, POWER LOCKS, AUTOMATIC, STK#111028

APR

1500

Plus $

FACTORY REBATE

FOR 36 MONTHS

6.0L V8, CRUISE, STK#107103

CRUZE LS

0

%

FINANCING

MSRP $32,685

NEW 2011 CHEVY

27,355

$

3500 EXPRESS H.D.

PLUS TAX, TAG & LICENSE WITH APPROVED CREDIT, IN LIEU OF FACTORY REBATES, OFFERS CANNOT BE COMBINED.

199

$

ONLY

LEASE

NEW 2011 CHEVY

PER MONTH! 39 MONTH LEASE †

MALIBU LS

219

$

ONLY

WITH AUTOMATIC! 2.4L 4-CYLINDER, AUTOMATIC, LS PKG, STK#111002

LEASE

PER MONTH! 39 MONTH LEASE †

$

NEW 2011 CHEVY HHR

ONLY

WITH AUTOMATIC! RUNNING BOARDS, AUTOMATIC, ONSTAR STK#117057

289

PURCHASE

PER * MONTH!

USED CARS IN TICONDEROGA ‘07 CHEVY COBALT

‘09 CHEVY AVEO

‘09 CHEVY AVEO

‘06 SUZUKI AERIO AWD

‘08 PONTIAC G6

‘06 PONTIAC G6

2 DOOR, G4, LS, 60K MILES, STK#111021A

G4, AUTOMATIC, 36K MILES, STK#1448

BLUE, AUTOMATIC, 39K MILES, STK#1441A

BLUE, AUTOMATIC, AWD, 57K MILES, STK#1450A

AUTOMATIC, 6 CYLINDER, 47K MILES, STK#1466

RED, AUTO, 26K MILES, CERTIFIED, STK# 1473A

$

7,995

8,995

$

††

8,995

$

††

8,995

$

††

11,995

$

††

$

††

12,222

††

PRE-OWNED SPECIALS ‘05 CHEVY SILVERADO

‘06 VOLKSWAGEN JETTA

REG. CAB, 4X4, 1500, 59K MILES, STK#117008A

WHITE, AUTO, LEATHER, SUNROOF , STK#117061A

$

12,995

$

12,888

$

‘09 PONTIAC VIBE

††

‘06 BUICK LUCERNE CXL

BLACK, 39K, GM CERTIFIED! STK#1476

††

BLUE, LEATHER, 54K MILES, STK#1588

13,333

††

13,995

$

††

‘07 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER LT LEATHER, ROOF, 40K, GM CERTIFIED, STK#1442

‘09 CHEVY IMPALA LT

GRAY, AUTO, GM CERTIFIED, STK#1475

G4, 34K MILES, AUTOMATIC, STK#15191

14,333

$

$

††

$

14,888

††

16,888

††

‘04 CHEVY SILVERADO 2500 CREW, G4, 4X4, 81K MILES, STK#107090A

14,888

$

††

‘06 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER

‘08 FORD EDGE

‘04 FORD F-350 CREW CAB 4X4

‘09 HONDA CRV

‘09 CHEVY SILVERADO EXT LT

‘10 CHEVY SILVERADO 2500

RED, LEATHER, 38K MILES, STK#117047A

AWD, RED, CRUISE, STK#107067B

STAINLESS STEEL FISHER PLOW, LTHR, SUNROOF, LOADED! STK#117067A

GREEN, AWD, 36K MILES, 1 OWNER, STK#117015A

BLACK, ONE OWNER, 4X4, 12K MILES, STK#117013A

PLOW, REG. CAB, 4X4, 10K MILES, STK#117019A

15,333

$

††

18,995

$

††

20,995

$

††

20,995

$

††

24,995

$

††

31,888

$

††

*ON SELECT MODELS WITH APPROVED CREDIT, 72 MONTHS AT 5.99 APR WITH $2000 DOWN. †BASED ON A 39-MONTH LEASE WITH APPROVED CREDIT, 12,000 MILES PER YEAR WITH $2000 DOWN. ††ALL PRICES PLUS TAX, TITLE AND REGISTRATION FEES. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS. PICTURES OF VEHICLES ARE FOR ILLUSTRATION ONLY.

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