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VOLUME 25: NUMBER 21

TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 2011

Deer feeding:

Cute, but its illegal

By CHRISSY PRICHARD Express News Staff

Town council plans hearing on DPW issue

INLET Voters here may be deciding if the highw a y department should be c h a n g e d to a department of public works. The change would make t h e superintendent of highw a y s position appointed rather than elected. The Inlet Town Board has scheduled a public hearing on t h e proposal for Thursday, Aug. 25, starting at 7 p.m. in Town Hall. The hearing will provide an opportunity for the public to discuss changing the elected position of superintendent of highways to an appointed position in 2012. State statute requires all towns to have a superintendent of highways, either electPlease see DPW, Page 34

In the Town of Webb it is not uncommon to come across people feeding deer. The deer in the area are so acclimated to being fed from cars that it is difficult in some spots to roll your car window down without having a deer try to stick its head in your window. Throughout New York State, the feeding of deer is against the law. This has been the case since 2005. The consequences of feeding deer include not only being issued a ticket by law enforcement, but it puts both humans and deer in danger and creates unnatural habits in these wild animals. Feeding deer by hand, tossing food to them, or simply leaving any type of food out for them to eat are all prohibited.

Please see CUTE, Page 43

This all too common sight demonstrates how deer have lost their fear of humans and have come to associate people with food.

Chrissy Prichard

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Plein air paint-out event is returning to Old Forge

Visitors to Old Forge are enchanted by the breathtaking A d i r o n d a c k landscape and w a t e r w a y s . This Labor Day w e e k e n d Sept. 2 through 4, w a t c h as artists capture the these scenes as View presents the Third Old Forge Plein Air Paint Out. The event will culminate in a live auction of the paintings created during the weekend on Sunday, Sept. 4 in the c e n t e r of town, under a tent next to The Forge Motel at 5 p . m . , before the fireworks, with a 4 p.m. preview. Take an A d i r o n d a c k memory home w i t h you to enjoy forever, while helping support View. This years event has exp a n d e d to include a Paint Yo u r Palette cocktail party on Saturday, Sept. 3, at View from 5 to 8 p.m. The cocktail party will feature artists creating work live that will be offered in a silent auction later that evening. Wine, beer and soda tasting will be put on by Saranac Brewery, Montezuma Winery, a n d Old Forge Liquors acc o m p a n i e d by international hors doeuvres. Live music and performPlease see PLEIN, Page 13

INSIDE

Calendar . . . . .4 Classifieds . . .38 Dining guide .10 Invasives . . . .44 Mar t Allen . . .46 Newsmakers .14 Obituar y . . . .16 Spor ts . . . . . .27 Thanks . . . . . .22 The Seen . . .12

Catherine Westlake painting on Green Bridge at last year's Paint Out.

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2012 Dodge Challenger r/t Only 999 tickets sold 11 Cash prizes

Sold out sep 1 last year

Mohawk Valley CoC Golf Tournament

Scenic Chairlift Ride

Friday 26 Aug Thendara G.C.

Views to the High Peaks

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LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF Trail group plans to organize Aug. 30

A newly formed citizens group, Adirondack Recreational Trail Advocates, will hold an organizational meeting at 7 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 30, in the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Lake Placid. The cycling, jogging, strolling, snowmobiling and outdoorloving public is urged to participate. ARTA says that it is devoted to refuting arguments and removing barriers that have for decades blocked the creation of what could be one of the nations finest recreational trails, traversing an incomparable landscape of lakes, wetlands, mountains and wild forests. The meeting will rally support for a 34-mile recreational trail on the old Adirondack railroad line that connects Lake Placid, Ray Brook, Saranac Lake, Lake Clear and Tupper Lake. The group would like to see a world-class recreation way that they believe will be a Mecca for bicycling tourists and commuters, for walkers, joggers, nature lovers and athletes in training, for young and old, and for families looking to enjoy an easy, safe

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS Tuesday, Aug. 23

7 8:30 a.m.: Yoga class at View. Call (315) 3696411 (Old Forge). 9 a.m.: Zumba workout at the Forestport Presbyterian Church. Call (315) 392-3103. 10:30 a.m.: Storytime at the Raquette Lake Library. Call (315) 354-4005. 1 p.m.: Tie-Dye Tuesday at View. Call (315) 369-6411 (Old Forge). 7 p.m.: Town of Webb Zoning Board of Appeals public meeting at the Park Avenue Building (Old Forge). 7 p.m.: Adult Basketball at the courts on North Street. Call (315) 369-9925 (Old Forge). 7:30 p.m.: Colleen Cleveland concert From Ireland to the Adirondacks at the Old Forge Library. Call (315) 369-6008. 8 p.m.: The Yod Squad in concert at the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts. Call (518) 352-7715 (Blue Mountain Lake).

DRAWING CONCLUSIONS

8 p.m.: AA Meeting at Niccolls Church (Old Forge).

Saturday, Aug. 27

9 a.m.: Youth Basketball for grades 3-6 at the Town of Webb School gym. 9:30 a.m.: Choctaw Pouch Workshop at the Shawangunk Nature Preserve. Call (315) 826-7405 (Cold Brook). 9:30 a.m.: Getting Ready for Winter at the Shawangunk Nature Preserve. Call (315) 826-7405 (Cold Brook). 10 a.m.: Thrift Shop at Niccolls Church, open until 12 p.m. (Old Forge). 11 a.m.: Youth Basketball for grades 7-12 at the Town of Webb School gym. 6 p.m.: Sunsets by the Lake Concert Series presents David Allyn at Arrowhead Park. Call (315) 357-5501 (Inlet). 8 p.m.: AA Meeting at Niccolls Church (Old Forge).

Church. Call (315) 392-3103. 5:30 p.m.: Yoga class at View. Call (315) 369-6411 (Old Forge). 6 p.m.: Annual Members Meeting at View. Call (315) 369-6411 (Old Forge). 6 p.m.: Zumba workout at the Forestport Town Hall. Call (315) 369-5028. 7 p.m.: Adult Volleyball at the Town of Webb School Gymnasium. Call (315) 3699925. 7 p.m.: Bingo at the Old Forge Fire Hall. Call (315) 369-3424. 7:30 p.m.: AA Meeting at Inlet Community Church.

Tuesday, Aug. 30

7 8:30 a.m.: Yoga class at View. Call (315) 3696411 (Old Forge). 9 a.m.: Zumba workout at the Forestport Presbyterian Church. Call (315) 392-3103. 11 a.m. -9 p.m.: Book and Bake Sale at the Old Forge Library. Call (315) 369-6008. 1 p.m.: Tie-Dye Tuesday at View. Call (315) 369-6411 (Old Forge). 7 p.m.: Adult Basketball at the courts on North Street. Call (315) 369-9925 (Old Forge).

Wednesday, Aug. 24

6 a.m.: Nautilus workout at the Town of Webb School. Call (315) 369-3222. 9 a.m.: Dessert Plate painting workshop at View. Call (315) 369-6411 (Old Forge). 10 a.m.: Respite Care in the Senior Room at the Inlet Town Hall. Call (518) 6489919. 10 a.m.: Line Dancing at the Park Avenue Building. Call (315) 357-4407(Old Forge). 1 p.m.: Paint on Pottery weekly workshop at View. Call (315) 369-6411 (Old Forge). 5:30 p.m.: Zumba workout at the Woodgate Fire Hall. Call (315) 369-5028. 7 p.m.: Genealogy Club meets at Goodsell Museum. Call (315) 369-3838. 7 p.m.: Thrift Shop at

Niccolls Church, open until 8:30 p.m. (Old Forge). 7 p.m.: Adult Volleyball at the Town of Webb School Gymnasium. Call (315) 3699925. 8 p.m.: AA meeting at Niccolls Church (Old Forge).

354-4265. 7 p.m.: Adult Basketball at the courts on North Street. Call (315) 369-9925 (Old Forge).

Sunday, Aug. 28

5:30 p.m.: AA Meeting at Niccolls Church (Old Forge). 7 p.m.: Old Forge Summer Concert Series presents the Al Nathan Band at the Old Forge Lakefront. Call (315) 369-6983.

Friday, Aug. 26

6 a.m.: Nautilus workout at the Town of Webb School. Call (315) 369-3222. 7 8:30 a.m.: Yoga class at View. Call (315) 3696411 (Old Forge). 9 a.m.: Zumba workout at the Forestport Presbyterian Church. Call (315) 392-3103. 9 a.m.: AA meeting at Niccolls Church (Old Forge). 10 a.m.: Thrift Shop at Niccolls Church, open until 2 p.m. (Old Forge). 2 p.m.: Old Forge Farmers Market on Park Avenue, behind Old Forge Hardware. Call (315) 3692313. 7 p.m.: Thrift Shop at Niccolls Church, open until 8:30 p.m. (Old Forge). 7:30 p.m.: Nature Photos with naturalist Gary Lee at the Woodgate Community Hall.

Thursday, Aug. 25

8 a.m: Central Adirondack Kiwanis Club meets at North Woods Inn. Call (315) 357-2080 (Old Forge). 11:15 a.m.: Childrens Environmental Workshop at the Old Forge Library. Call (315) 369-6008. 5:30 p.m.: Yoga class at View. Call (315) 369-6411 (Old Forge). 6 p.m.: Zumba workout at the Forestport Town Hall. Call (315) 369-5028. 7 p.m.: Rick Manning, Hope Grietzer and Tom Hodgson in concert at St. Williams on Long Point. Ferry leaves Raquette Lake Public Dock at 6 p.m. and returns at 8:30 p.m. For reservations/information, call (315)

Visitor Information

" Old Forge, Thendara, Eagle Bay, Big Moose (315) 369-6983. " Inlet (315) 357-5501. " Raquette Lake, Long Lake (518) 624-3077. " Blue Mountain Lake, Indian Lake (518) 648-5112.

Please see CALENDAR, Page 36

Monday, Aug. 29

6 a.m.: Nautilus workout at the Town of Webb School. Call (315) 369-3222. 9 a.m.: Beading workshop at View. Call (315) 3696411 (Old Forge). 9 a.m.: Zumba workout at the Forestport Presbyterian

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR Something that really matters

To the editor: Now that we have put all the dangerous feeders of deer behind bars, lets divert our attention to something that really mattersboating laws. Specifically, the state law that limits boat speed to under 5 mph when within 200 feet of a dock or shoreline. Many think this law is to protect shorelines from erosion but, more importantly, it also serves to protect swimmers in the water near docks and rafts. My family and I are very watchful of boats breaking this law near our dock. My rough estimate is that at many thousands of boats passing by over the past few years have been in violationmany of them flagrantly so. Very often I see party boats with limited visibility passing inside of 50 feet from my dock at speeds over 10 mph. If any of my grandchildren had been swimming in the area, they would have been run over. Now the sheriff comes cruising by every so often sometimes quite close to shore. But in all this time with all these violations, we have never witnessed a boat stopped anywhere near our dock for any sort of ticket or warning. We could count on one hand the number of times boats have been stopped within our field of view out on the lake for other violations. Instead of worrying about feeders of deer, how about publishing a list of boating violations each week? It might have an impact on some peoples reckless actions. But then, Im afraid its a very short list. PETER RANKIN, Old Forge, NY J

Kevin McClary

Publisher Geoff Dylong

Associate Publisher M. Lisa Monroe

Editor Brian Krohn

Advertising/Marketing Director

William Brzezicki

Business Office Manager Deborah Down Graydon

Advertising Executive Annette Mahoney

Advertising Executive Chrissy Prichard

News Staff Charlotte Zepp

Office Manager Ken Sprague

Contributing Writer James G. Gies

Publisher Emeritus Larry Hogan

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Editorial Policy - The Adirondack Express accepts signed letters from readers and reserves the right to reject any advertisement, letter or news copy. Copyright Policy - The Adirondack Express retains all copyright ownership of advertisements created by its staff members. Advertising Claims - The Adirondack Express does not guarantee the accuracy of any claim made by any advertiser. Advertising Rates - Available on request. Available FREE at 200 commercial locations within a 40-mile radius of Old Forge. Subscriptions are $47.88/yr. (Third Class); $155.88/yr. (First Class) International rates available on request. Mail Change of Address to: editor@adirondackexpress.com

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UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENT LABOR DAY WEEKEND: Fri., Sat., Sun. Mon. 9/2 thru 9/5

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IN PERSON: Restoration Producer Sandra Schulberg, daughter of the original filmmaker Stuart Schulberg (and great-granddaughter of Andrew Neilson, who built the Naumkeag Camp on Fourth Lake) will speak at all four shows. For history of Nuremberg, photos and national screening schedule, visit www.nurembergfilm.org. Films Show Times Subject to Change - Call Theatre to Confirm

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The historical association has scheduled a boat tour of the Fulton Chain.

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Historic wood boats to tour Fulton Chain

Doc and Judy Foley will join the Town of Webb Historical Association in a narrated tour of the Fulton Chain of Lakes in antique wooden boats at 1p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 17. The rain date is Sept. 18. All proceeds will be donated to the Goodsell Museum. Dunns Boat Marine of Big Moose Lake and Rivetts Marine of Old Forge will each provide a boat, along with many other wooden boats from private individuals. Each boat will have a driver and a narrator to detail the history of various points of interest along the way. The tour will last approximately two hours. The tour will be an opportunity to ride in style, in a vintage boat, the way visitors did many years ago, and learn more about the many buildings that still exist on the shore or the location of historical sites. The cost is $50 per person for this inaugural event and includes a complimentary drink/beverage of your choice at Sisters Bistro, Tony Harpers Too or Slickers at the conclusion of the tour. Boarding will take place at the Old Forge Pond navigation docks and plenty of parking will be available at the Hemmer Cottage. The Town of Webb Historical Association raises money each year to operate the Goodsell Museum located at 2993 State Route 28 in Old Forge and to continue to collect and preserve local history. Due to limited seating, make your reservation early by calling the Historical Association at (315) 369-3838. No tickets will be sold on boarding day. Advance payment is required. J

ADIRONDACK CRYPTQUOTES are sentences quoted from past and present writings about the Adirondacks. Different letters are substituted for the correct ones and the same code is used throughout. Short words are clues in cracking the puzzle, and these letters are the most frequently used: E, T, A, O, N, S, and I. Practice will help you become more proficient. When you finish solving the Cryptoquote, congratulate your self and enjoy this small portion of Adirondack history. Good luck and enjoy!

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AREA CHURCH SERVICES

Unitarian Church

Sunday Service: 10am Sunday School: 10am

BARNEVELD

BIG MOOSE

St. Henry's Catholic Church

Rev. Peter Berg Saturday Mass: 4 pm Sunday Mass: 11am Confession: 1/2 hour before Mass or by appt.

LONG LAKE

United Methodist Church Church of the Transfiguration St. Joseph's Catholic Church

Sunday Service: 9:30am Sunday School: 9:30am Sunday Service: 10am

BLUE MTN. LAKE

Sunday Service: 9:30 11am Childcare at 9:30am

Big Moose Community Chapel

Pastor Christopher Humby Sunday School: 10am Sunday Services: 11am 6pm Wed. Bible Study/Prayer Service: 6pm

Wesleyan Church

Calvary United Methodist Church

BOONVILLE

Fr. Sean P. O'Brien Sat. Vigil Mass: 4pm Sunday Mass: 9:30am

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outing in a scenic setting, far from the noise, pollution and danger of busy roads. In the winter, with the rails no longer impeding passage and threatening equipment damage, the recreational trail will provide a greatly enhanced snowmobile route and an extended season. The first part of the meeting will consist of presentations showing how the Adirondack Recreational

Trait can be created, how perceived obstacles can be overcome, and how the benefits will greatly outweigh the costs. Carl Knoch, the northeast trails director for the national Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, will discuss comparable rail conversions that have been a boon to local communities from the standpoint of health, safety, recreational enjoyment and environmental compati-

bility. Based on widespread experience elsewhere and a recent study by Camoin Associates, the impact of the Adirondack Recreational Trail on our economy and jobs will be highly favorable. The second part of the meeting will be devoted to questions and answers, followed by a sign-up of those who wish to make this longPlease see BRIEFS, Page 7

St. Peter's by the Lake Episcopal Church

Rev. George B. Greene 369-6879 Sunday Services: 9am 11am

EAGLE BAY

FORESTPORT

St. Patrick's Catholic Church

Rev. Lawrence H. Bartel - 369-3475 Sunday Worship Service: 7:30 10am Worship Service Broadcast WBRV-101.3 FM Sunday 11am Nursery Care: 10am Sunday School: 10am

Niccolls Memorial Presbyterian Church

Rev. Shane Lynch 369-3554 Saturday Vigil Mass: 5pm Sunday Mass: 11am Confessions: Sat., 4:00

4:30pm

St. Bartholomew's Catholic Church

OLD FORGE

Rev. Gil Ott Sunday Service: 11am Sunday School: 11am

Forestport Presbyterian

Anne Reynolds Sunday Worship: 9:15am

Fr. Sean P. O'Brien Sunday Mass: 8:00am Confessions: Sun. Before Mass

Otter Lake Community Church St. Mary of the Snows

Various Visiting Ministers Sunday Service: 10:30am Communion 9/4 Sunday Mass: 11am

OTTER LAKE

St. Olaf's Chapel Church of the Lakes

All Faiths Welcome South Shore Road Sunday Service: 11am

INLET

PORT LEYDEN

Sunday Service: 10am 348-6466 1st 3rd Sundays - Rev. Dr. Jerome Wichelns 2nd 4th Sundays - Rev. Dr. John LaVoe

St. Mark's Episcopal Church

St. Anthony's Catholic Church

Pastor Robin Dwyer 357-2115 Sunday Worship: 11am

WEATHER...

Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Inlet Community Church

(315) 357-2291 Sunday School: 9am Sunday Worship: 10:15am Wed. Bible Study Prayer: 6:00pm

Rev. Shane Lynch 357-2811 Saturday Vigil Mass 7:00 pm Sunday Mass: 8 9:30am Confessions: Sunday 7:30am

Raquette Lake Chapel St. Pio's Old Roman Catholic Summer Mission

Most Rev. Richard J. Euler, D.D. 333 Green Bridge Rd. Latin Mass

Sundays 10am

RAQUETTE LAKE THENDARA

Sunday Service: 9:30am

Week of: August 13 - August 19, 2011

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Woodgate Chapel

Sunday Service: 10:30am

WOODGATE

2011 Total Precip: 38.24" Season Snow: 162.3"

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KevAnna's

Paul DeLima Coffee

Tuesday, Aug. 23,

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Hot and fresh

Mini Donuts

RUSTIC FURNITURE

GIFTS COLLECTIBLES

LUMBER

Open Daily at 10am

315-369-6530

otterlakerustics.com

13977 State Rt. 28 Otter Lake, NY 13338

Briefs

from page 6

ADK Gift Shop Cold Drinks Slushies

Rt. 28, Forestport ~ (315) 392-2660 ~ Open daily 5am

(1 mile south of Woodgate blinking light)

BE ON THE LOOKOUT For Non-Native, Invasive Aquatic Plants

Southern BBQ

Serving Lunch Dinner

EURASIAN WATERMILFOIL

FULL LIQUOR BAR

Steak

Fresh Fish

Pasta Daily Specials

Homemade Desserts Take-Out Catering Available

5074 Rt 28 Between Old Forge and Inlet 315-357-4371 ~ Credit Cards Accepted Closed Tuesdays

Smoked on the Premises Homemade Sauces

If you would like to help continue this program please become a member and send $10 to:

Non-native plant

Submerged plant

Whorled leaves

>10 leaflets per leaf

Blunt leaf tips

Reddish growing tip

Flowering spike in July/August

cherished dream a reality. Joining ARTA requires no fees or obligations, but members will be asked to send emails and make phone calls to key decision makers, in an expression of what already appears to be overwhelming support for the rail-to-trail proposal Members of the ARTA steering committee are Tony Goodwin, founder of the Adirondack Ski Touring Council and executive director of the Adirondack Trail Improvement Society, Jim McCulley, president of the Lake Placid Snowmobile Club, Lee Keet, a local businessman and fourth-generation resident of Saranac Lake, and Dick Beamish, founder of the Adirondack Explorer newsmagazine.

Volunteers are needed for the fair

The Central Adirondack Association will once again have a booth at the New York State Fair. The purpose of the booth is to promote the Central Adirondack region through personal information, literature like the four season Vacation Planner, and DVDs. Last year the fair attendance was over a million people. The twelve days the fair is open creates a great opportunity to introduce or reacquaint visitors to our area. The fair is open from Aug. 25 to Sept. The CAA is looking for Adirondack knowledgeable people, friendly volunteers to help share their love of the area with fair goers. Volunteers will be asked to work a four hour shift (either 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. or 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.) which leaves plenty of time to enjoy the numerous

Please see BRIEFS, Page 8

FCLA, P.O. Box 564, Old Forge, NY 13420

www.fultonchainoflakesassociation.org

Main St. Station

$14.99

The Historic

Limited Delivery Available

20" Family Size Pizza

NOW SERVING

Hamburgers Hot Dogs Beef on Weck Fried Chicken

Big Moose Station

Our Specialties... Monday - Pizza Night 16" pizza w/tossed salad......................$19.99 Friday - Fish Fry.......................................................$10.95 Saturday - Prime Rib................................................$16.95 Nightly Chef Features Limited Quantities

Sunday - Alaskan King Crab Legs

Restaurant

Philly Cheese Steak - Lunch Seared Scallops - Dinner

Specializing in

Call ahead for Convenient Pick Up

Philly Cheese Steak Hoagies Strombolis

PIZZA

with Homemade Dough Sauce

Hand Tossed

1 lb. Crab Leg Dinner

Don't Miss the Boat Reserve Your Crab Legs

Monday - 8" Meatball Parm, Chips, 20 oz Soda..................................$2.00 off Tuesday - 8" Philly Cheese Steak, Fries 20 oz Soda..............................$10.00 Wednesday - 8" Hoagie, Chips, 20 oz Soda.......................................$2.00 off Thursday - 8" Parm, Chips, 20 oz Soda.......................................................$8.50 Friday - Spaghetti Meatballs for 4..........................................................$12.95 Saturday - Large Pizza Wings...............................................................$15.95 Sunday - 16" Hoagie (cut in 3s), 3 Bags Chips, 3 20 oz Sodas............$3.00 off

Leave your comments and feedback at bigmoosestation.com

40% of Proceeds plus Optional Donations will go to Big Moose Fire Ambulance Co.

Sept. 12th, 5-10pm - Spaghetti Buffet $10

Free to TOWFD, IVES and Police

Saturday Sunday: ALL YOU CAN EAT PANCAKES Remembering September 11th and All Who Served

$ $

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Casual Wear, Tees, Women's Sweaters Home Accessories, Rugs, Lighting, Bedding, Pillows, Blankets Throws Dinnerware, Stemware, Art Prints, Books, Cards, and Souvenirs

99 99

(across from Kinney's)

Parking on street or in the rear

2963 Rt. 28, Old Forge

315-369-1100 Serving 7 days a week: 11am - 9pm

HELP WANTED

Located on Big Moose Road, 8 miles from Eagle Bay Rte. 28

Open 7 Days at 11:30am for Lunch and Dinner Breakfast Fri. - Sun 9-11am

315-357-3525

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Briefs

NATHAN'S BAKERY

Bagels

Donuts

Rolls Muffins

Pies

PIZZA Bialy's

8-Grain Bread

Homemade

activities the fair provides each day. Businesses that sign up to volunteer are welcome to display and distribute their brochures or flyers. If you would like to volunteer or need additional information please contact the Old Forge Visitor Information Center at (315) 369-6983.

Defensive driving course offered

Herkimer County Clerk Sylvia M. Rowan is offering a six-hour Defensive Driving

Course. The course will be offered from 6 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday evenings, Aug. 23 and Aug. 30, at the 911 Building located at 71 Reservoir Road in Herkimer. Upon completion of the classroom training, participants are eligible for a reduction in New York State Points and insurance. The course is being offered through the Herkimer County Clerks Office. The fee for the course is $35, and includes all books and materials. Payment must be received before enrollment, therefore

early sign-up is encouraged. To enroll or for further information, call the Herkimer County Department of Motor Vehicles at (315) 867-1130.

Crosby Blvd., Old Forge

315-369-3933 or 315-796-6062

Beautifully Decorated Cakes

Special Orders

Forestpor t plans annual celebration

The Sixth Annual Old Forestport Days will be held on Saturday, Aug. 27. To It is one of the last big events before Labor Day. It also is a community event that celebrates the downtown part of

Please see BRIEFS, Page 9

Open Daily

P.O. Box 247, Main St. Old Forge, NY 13420 Office/Fax: (315) 369-6573 Email: foley.james.c.@gmail.com Cell: (315) 794-9460

Home: 369-3282

James C. Foley

Lic. R. E. Salesperson

Adirondack Tavern est. 1984

Monday "Spaghetti Night"

Starting at $2.99

5-10pm

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Chowder

Chili

Hot Sandwiches Crisp Salads

Nachos

Shrimp Fresh Haddock

Clams

Big Juicy Charbroiled Burgers

Pizza More

"Homemade Daily Lunch Dinner Specials"

Shrimp Special Peel Eat

Serving Great Food Daily 11am-11pm

On the Beach, Old Forge, NY

315.369.3002

Sons of the Queen

August 26th

Friday,

L i ve M u s i c

info@allensfinejewelers.com 315-369-6660 or 941-266-5565 3017 Main Street

Old Forge, NY 13420 (across from High School)

Adirondack Charms Fine Jewelers allensfinejewlers.com

30% Off Sale

THE

SALE 30% Off

original ALL WEATHER WICKER

Lloyd/Flanders

Choose from 15 designs, 26 finishes and over 100 fabrics . Order now, and enjoy the quality, style and comfort of Lloyd/Flanders for years to come!

Open daily 10 to 5

156 Rt. 28, Inlet Ph: 315-357-CAMP (2267) adirondackboathouse.com

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Old Forge Fire Department

at the

BINGO

Last night for the season will be Saturday, September 3rd Doors open at 7:00 p.m.

Games start at 7:30 p.m.

Briefs

from page 8

SATURDAY- September 3 MONDAY - August 29

(next to the Old Forge Hardware)

Children under 16 need to be accompanied by an adult Need more information, contact OF Fire Hall at 369-3424, leave a message

Come One, Come All--Enjoy the Fun

Alcohol/Substance Use Evaluation Therapy Depression

Anxiety

Stress Hypnotherapy Breath Therapy

"Providing Traditional Complementary Therapies for Improved Health"

Tim Quinn, LCSW-R, CASAC

Offices in Old Forge Rome

896-2049

A Gracious Gathering Place

Come enjoy our new summer menu Outside seating in the heart of town

Eat Well...Be Well

Champagne Thursdays

3046 Main Street, Old Forge, NY 13420

315-369-1053

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Open Daily at 11:30 a.m. Serving Lunch Dinner

Fun Food Fine Drinks

OPEN: Sat Sun: Noon - 1am Mon - Fri: 4pm - 1am

BIG MOOSE LAKE, NY

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ADIRONDACK RIVER OUTFITTERS

ARO

Since 1981

Full Menu

Glenmore Rd. on Big Moose Lake, 6 miles north of Eagle Bay around the corner from Dunn's Boat Service

glenmorebarandgrill.com

315-357-4891

Forestport and its birthday. So come join the Town of Forestport and the Forestport Firefighters in their celebration of the Towns 141st birthday. The focus of the Festival is to provide food, fun and festivities to kids of all ages in the area. Some of the featured events include the always popular Firemens Chicken barbecue at noon and craft booths. The Ladies Auxiliary will serve burgers and hot dogs along with side salads. There will be karaoke and music compliments of Dennis Day at the Firehouse Beer Garden and town-wide garage sales. Also planned are the slow pitch softball tourney and barbecue at the Dutch Hill Field. Tournament organizer, T.J. Paschke, expects 10 teams to participate. There will be a return of the bouncing house, sponsored by C and R Hardware at the Firehouse and a Bouncing House sponsored by Scooters Pudding Shots at the Dutch Hill Ball Field. Bring your smoked or barbecue entries to Scooters at noon for the Third Annual Cooking Contest coordinated by Clare Rieben. Clare won last years Cooking Contest and is enthusiastic about planning this years event. The Forestport Diner will also offer special meals and snacks on River Road. The weekend also features the Fifth Annual

Please see BRIEFS, Page 16

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Family Owned and Operated Since 1991

Labor Day Weekend Highlights

Celebrating our 21st Season

Champagne Brunch St. Williams Tour

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Enjoy an All Day Adventurous Adirondack White Water Rafting Experience on the Hudson or Black River. Topped off with our famous chicken B.B.Q., you your family will have a memorable vacation experience.

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Cruising Daily through Labor Day

Sat. Sept. 3, 2-3:30pm

This is a real family adventure!

This is not an amusement park ride!!

Red Wine Tasting Cruise

Children Ride Free

(under 12 years)

Sun. Sept. 4 11:30am-2:30pm

Mon. Sept.5 11:30am-1pm

White Water Rafting

For Info Reservations: 315-369-3536 locally

800-525-7238 aro@aroadventures.com

or stop by our Old Forge Office. Let our friendly staff get you started on your

Luncheon Cruises: Dessert Wine Pairing Tues., Thurs., Fri. Sat. 11-1 with Luscious Champagne Brunch Cruises: Dessert Morsels Sundays 12:30-2:30 Pizza Cruises: Wednesday, August 24 Wed., 11:30-1 Boarding 1:30; Traditional Dinner Cruises: Sailing 2:00-3:30 p.m. Mon., Tues., Thurs., Sat. 5:30-8:30 Limited to 64 Reservations

$25 pp Intimate Dining Experience: Check our website www.raquettelakenavigation.com Sun., Wed., Fri. 6-9 or call the office at 315-354-5532 to confirm. Schedule is subject to change, pending private charter Scenic Excursions: and pre-formed group cruise requests. Mon., Tues., Thurs., Sat. 2-3:30 Moonlight Cruises with Live Entertainment 10-11:30 pm: Sat. August 27

Eric Peter Solo Sat. Sept. 3

Eric Peter Solo Sun. Sept. 4

Midnite Mike

Food Drinks Available

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Raquette Lake Navigation Company, Inc.

P.O. Box 100

Raquette Lake, NY 13436 (315) 354-5532

raquettelakenavigation. com

Cruise Dine

W.W. Durant

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Norridgewock Wilderness Cruise and Lodge

Sisters Bistro

"An oasis in the wilderness" located in Beaver River is accessible by boat only. The narrated boat tour leaves Stillwater at 12:30pm every day but Wednesday. Come join us for lunch in our dining room or enjoy a drink on our lakeside porch. Specializing in delicious burgers, sandwiches and homemade desserts. Credit cards accepted. 315-376-6200 L I

A Gracious Gathering Place Serving wine, beer and spirits; small plates made for sharing. Our seasonal menu is crafted with fresh and local ingredients. Eat Well...Be Well. Located on Main St. in Old Forge next door to Herron Realty. 315-369-1053 L I

Slickers

Adirondack Pizzeria

Adirondack Pizzeria, Main St., Old Forge. Serving delicious pizza, wings, hot cold subs more!! Specials. Save time, Call ahead. 315-369-6028 L I Great food and brew in the Tavern or fine dining in our lakeside dining room. Easy to get to and worth the drive. We offer great food, great brews and a great atmosphere for all ages. The Big Moose Inn has been serving the area for over 100 years and it just keeps getting better, be sure and stop in - we can accommodate parties of all sizes and we look forward to seeing you! All major credit cards accepted and we have an ATM on premise. Call 315-357-2042 or toll free 888-924-4666 for reservations. L I

Glenmore Bar Grill

Big Moose Inn

Located on beautiful Big Moose Lake, 5 miles north of Eagle Bay. Come join us for a casual, laid back dining experience, or just drop in for a cocktail and the munchies. Our menu has something for everyone. Lodging available. (315) 357-4891. L I

Northern Lights

The Dessert Destination - serving homemade gelato and sorbets, soft serve and hard ice cream, and gourmet coffee drinks. Located in the heart of Inlet where all the action is. 357-6294

Come on down to Slickers for that snack or sandwich, an afternoon cocktail or that late nightcap, some easy listening music or just some good old conversation. Deluxe pizza, gourmet burgers, great sandwiches, homemade soups and chowder, chili, salads, nachos, shrimp, clams and haddock. 369-3002 L I

Keyes Pancake House located in the center of Old Forge on Rt. 28, is one of Old Forge's oldest operating restaurants, serving hearty breakfasts and lunches at very family minded price. Serving: Pancakes, eggs, waffles, French toast and large omelets any way you want them all day long. Lunch starts at 11am, serving: Burger baskets, chicken baskets, hot wings, soups and chili, fish fry, Ruben's, turkey clubs, steak sandwiches, meatball sandwiches, and more. So stop in and see we're not just Big Moose Station serving the best breakfast, we also Casual dining in a very unique have a great lunch menu, too!! atmosphere. Start your day with 315-369-6752 G L I a hearty breakfast or enjoy a Philly cheese steak or one of your Knotty Pine other favorite lunch items served A local favorite for over 75 years. A all day. Then come back for a classic Adirondack establishment with delicious dinner entree. Make a knotty pine interior, featuring prime the Station your Destination, rib steaks cut to order, a variety of located on Big Moose Rd. veal chicken dishes, lamb chops, 315-357-3525 G L I cold water lobster tails, Alaskan King crab legs, shrimp scallops, Vegetarian Children's menu. Our Cruise-n-dine on chef is a graduate of the Culinary Raquette Lake The best way to enjoy beautiful Institute of America. Wine Spectator Raquette Lake is from the deck recipient since 1999. Visa, MC AmEx of the W.W. Durant. Cool breezes. accepted. Located on Rt. 28 on the Breathtaking scenery. Thendara Stretch. 315-369-6859 I Fascinating history. Scrumptious food prepared by CIA Chef Jim Pohl. Start your cruise on the open upper deck and then enjoy lunch or dinner in the enclosed dining room on lower deck; Pizza Cruise, Sunday Brunch. Centrally located - 25 miles from Old Forge, Long Lake or Indian Lake! www.raquettelakenavigation.co m 315-354-5532. Your hosts - The Pohl Family, Since 1991. G L I

Keyes Pancake House

North Woods Inn

Steak House

Come for the fun of it! Route 28 overlooking 4th Lake. Come by boat or car. The Lakeside Bar Grill serves wings burgers, pizza, soups, salads, pasta and steaks. Kids menu and daily specials. Private room for up to 50 available. Mountaineer Restaurant serves breakfast and dinner in our dining Stillwater Restaurant room overlooking 4th Lake. We "One of the Best Kept Secrets in the Adirondacks." Nestled in the accept all major credit cards. wilderness, 13 scenic miles north 369-6777. G L I of Big Moose Lake or 26 miles east of Lowville on the Stillwater Old Mill Reservoir. The extensive menu Old Forge. One of the area's most offers something for everyone. popular restaurants welcomes you Favorites are: Escargot in to the Central Adirondacks. Visit our mushroom caps, shrimp scampi, lounge and dine with us in an early 5 cheese and meat lasagna, Adirondack atmosphere veal or chicken Oscar, and for overlooking the Moose River. Our beef lovers, prime rib filet mignon. Save room for Marian's menu features fine beef and famous desserts. Enjoy breakfast, seafood entr

es, our famous soups lunch or dinner in our knotty pine and salads, and a new lighter fare dining room. Reservations caf

menu. We also serve children's appreciated. 376-6470. G L I portions. Sorry, no reservations. VISA MC accepted. I Tony Harper's Pizza

Steak House, one mile south of Old Forge. Specializing in charbroiled steaks, seafood and chicken. Featuring delicious daily specials and a children's menu all at reasonable prices. MC, Visa, AmEx Discover accepted. Your hosts the Winslows. 369-6981 I

Ole Barn

Clam Shack

Lion King

Chinese Restaurant. Eat in or carry out. Cantonese, Szechwan and Hunan cuisine. Delicious food and good service. Located on Main St. next to car wash. 315-369-2102 L I

Try our hand tossed pizza or generous Philly cheese steaks, hoagies, and strombolis. Conveniently located right across the street from Kinney Drugs on Main St. in Old Forge. Same excellent Cruise to Dinner Enjoy a leisurely narrated tour quality and service as our sister aboard a 1955 Chris Craft restaurant Big Moose Station in Big followed by lakeside dining in the Moose. 315-369-1100 L I scenic atmosphere of the Big Moose Inn. View the Site of "An Mountainside Smokehouse Grill American Tragedy." Hear the Delicious Southern BBQ smoked history and feel the nostalgia on the premises. We offer daily while cruising aboard the vintage lunch dinner specials. Dinner launch, "Grace". The boat leaves entrees in addition to BBQ include Dunn's Boat Service Sundays at steak, fish pasta. We make 4:15 and arrives at the Big Moose homemade BBQ sauces and Inn for a 5:30 dinner seating. desserts. Take-out and catering Reservations required, weather available. Credit cards permitting. (315) 357-3532 I accepted. Conveniently located on Rt. 28, 5 miles from Old Forge and 5 miles from Inlet. Frankie's Taste of Italy Old Forge's original Italian restaurant 315-357-4371 L I specializing in authentic Italian food and gelato. Pasta, veal, chicken Mulligans at Inlet Golf Course and seafood prepared one dinner Enjoy a lite breakfast and lunch at a time. Handicapped accessible; menu in the beautiful AdirondackChildren's menu available; Most style Clubhouse or outside on the major credit cards accepted; View panoramic deck. Sunday Breakfast full menu at frankiesfood.com; Buffet. You don't have to love golf Located at Frankie's Plaza, Rt. 28, to appreciate Mulligans! Route 28, 1 Old Forge 369-2400 I mile north of Inlet. 357-4310 G L I

Main St. Station

We offer that casual Adirondack atmosphere that has been drawing visitors to the area for years. We are situated one mile off Route 28 on the Limekiln Lake Road in Inlet. We feature nightly specials including Friday Fish Fry, We also offer seafood, Italian specialties, extensive children's menu late night burgers, pizza and finger food. Come try our new extensive Ice Cream Buffet with many choices of ice cream, sauces and toppings. We can accommodate you whether it's for 10 or 320. Join us for Good Food, Good Spirits and Good Times. 315-357-4000 G L I

Specializing in fresh dough pizza made daily featuring two types: traditional and extra thin crust. Also, wings slathered with homemade sauces, steamers, whole bellied fried clams, fresh salads, slow cooked pulled pork, burgers, and specialty sandwiches. Menu is updated seasonally, try our new summer items! Reasonable prices - the beer is always cold! Full liquor bar, enjoy your favorite cocktail. Large parking lot behind restaurant, Park and Crosby. Main Street, Old Forge. 315-369-3777. L I

Wayback Inn

Screamen Eagle

23 BEERS ON TAP makes it worth the trip to Inlet to experience this favorite destination for original pizzas and "better than buffalo wings". Family style dining child friendly atmosphere. Enjoy one of the 20 beers on tap or a glass of wine in Matt's Draft House, a quaint little pub hidden inside the restaurant on the channel. Internet access available. Visit screameneaglepizza.com for menu, beer wine list. 315-357-6026 L I

Located up Big Moose Road, just a short scenic ride from Route 28. Our menu has old favorites and exciting culinary creations. Many Nightly Specials something for everyone. Watch your favorite Sporting events on our many large screen TVs. OPEN 7 DAYS. Call for room rates and availability. Come back and see us soon! 357-6000 G L I

This historic Adirondack destination is earning a reputation for wholesome homecooked favorites at honest prices. The restored Woods Inn has been providing a century of service to the intrepid visitors attracted to our lakeside setting. Seasons Adirondack Caf

Great children's menu, lakeside Friendly Family dining located at dining. Easy access for physically the blinking light in Woodgate. challenged. 357-5300. G L I Featuring the very best of homestyle cooking, all made on the SERVING: premises including our homemade Breakfast = G soups and desserts. We take pride in serving one of the best Friday Fish Lunch = L Fry and Saturday Prime Rib specials Dinner = I in the area. Beer and Wine For more information, please see available. All Major Credit Cards display ads for these Restaurants accepted. 315-392-6556 G L I elsewhere in this newspaper.

Woods Inn

Fresh Haddock (fried or broiled), Seafood, Pasta Dinner Specials Homemade Breads, Pies Desserts

Historic Country Inn Circa 1889 Homemade Soups Salads

Pizza

Wings Overstuffed Sandwiches

Finger Food

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-- DAILY --

-- SATURDAY -- Breakfast, Lunch Dinner

Take Outs Welcome / Catering Available Wine Liquor Sold By The Bottle For Take Out

Tony Harper's

Pizza Clam Shack

MUSIC

Hostess: Jean (Kowalik) VanValkenburg Rooms Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Yearly

Friendly Family Atmosphere

LIVE

Reservations Appreciated

Rt. 28, Otter Lake (315) 369-6440

Fri Sat 8-12 Sunday 3-7 Open mic wed 8-10

Dine in or Take Out

Ride the Adirondack Scenic Railroad

Thendara Station, Old Forge, NY

Round Trips Departing Wed. thru Sun. 10:00am, 12:30pm 3:00pm Friday - 12:30pm 3:00pm featuring: Leon Etienne

FULL BAR MICROBREWS on Tap

Fresh Dough Pizza Two Recipes Hand Tossed or Extra-Thin Crust

Magic Train

and catch a train back to town Take a Scenic Train into the Mountains with Your Bike and

Paddle Down the Moose River - or -

Wednesdays Live with the Loomis Gang

Train Robberies

Saranac

Drink Specials

Thursdays

Monday Mexican

Tuesday Blues BBQ

Wednesday Wings 3-7pm

Thursday Seafood

Friday Fish Fry Fresh Haddock

Saturday Maine Lobster

Sunday Crabs

Back of the Shack Dining Room Available by Reservation for Large Groups or Parties

Main St. Old Forge

369-3777

Thurs-Sun: 11am-Midnight; Mon-Wed 11am-10pm Shack Up With Us - Rooms Available

Rt. 28 Raquette Lake ~ 315-354-4222 ~ Open Daily 3-10pm - Closed Tuesdays

Visit Our Raquette Lake Location!

Pedal the Bike Trails Back

Round Trips to Old Forge Sunday Dinner Trains Wine Trains

Union Station, Utica, NY

www.adirondackexpress.com

1-800-819-2291 For complete schedule and more special trains call or go online www.AdirondackRR.com

"The One Stop Adventure Shop"

Adirondack Exposure and Whitewater Challengers

(Just 4 miles south of Old Forge on RT 28)

We could tell you how great our food is, BUT our customers can do it so much better!

"If I die in my sleep tonite, this meal would be the crowning moment of my vacation." Patty Bryant, Albany "There's not a restaurant in Little Italy that compares to Frankie's Taste of Italy." Danny (the painter), New York, NY

Frankie's Taste of Italy

Reasonable Prices

369-2400

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"The bread pudding is better than sex." Sharon Swanson Slatington, PA

Paintball Field Open

Paddling, Fishing and Camping Store Whitewater Rafting Paintball Field and Target Range Stocked Fishing Pond Canoe and Kayak Trips, Rentals and Instruction

All Homemade Dishes

Serving Dinner Tuesday thru Sunday 5pm-9pm Closed Monday Frankie's Plaza, 2824 St. Rt. 28

frankiesfood.com

For more information please call 369-6699 or visit www.adirondackexposure.com

Serving Breakfast Lunch NEW! Happy Hour 4-6pm (Thurs - Mon)

Friday - Take a trip to Margaritaville!

$2 Drafts (16oz.) - $2 Well Drinks

Closed for Dinner Friday, August 26th for a Private Party

Golf Cart Transportation available from the parking area to the Grill Room for seniors and disabled - Give us a call at 369-3500 for pick-up!

Public Welcome

$3 Margaritas 4-7pm (Jim's famous recipe!)

Open Daily at 8:00 am

315-369-3500

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Forgefest, an all day rock extravaganza, was held on Saturday, Aug. 20, on the North Street field. Sunny skies and pleasant temperatures added to a perfect day. The bands Showtime, The Idol Kings, Beautiful Day and Completely Unchained rocked out the hits all day and night, with music starting at 1 p.m. and going until around 10:30 p.m. The bands played tributes to John Mellencamp, U2, Journey, and Van Halen with surprising authenticity. Not only was the music great, but there were plenty of vendors on hand offering tasty treats, tattoos, and everything in between.

Photos by CHRISSY PRICHARD

The crowd relaxes in the sunshine.

Van Halen tribute band Completely Unchained.

Face painting adds to the fun.

Even the dogs were having a good time.

Myla Risley can really boogie.

The kids are fascinated by the giant bubbles.

The kids had plenty to do while their parents relaxed.

Dennis Michael and Jim Connerty of Adirondack Special Events organized the event, along with their business partners Jane Slack and Donna Pohl.

Frank McBride and Mike Hance of 92.7FM "The Drive".

The Idol Kings perform John Mellencamp hits.

Completely Unchained

U2 tribute band Beautiful Day

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Old Forge Library

Tuesday thru Friday: 11am-9pm Saturday: 11am-3pm Sunday Monday: Closed

Sweet Sixteenth Season

with all the favorite things that make childhood memories so sweet

3031 Main Street

Old Forge, NY

369-2310

a n c e art will top off the evening. Tickets to the cocktail party are $15. Over 45 celebrated artists f a n out over Old Forge to paint over en plein air, providing the opportunity for to

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OBITUARY

Mary Ellen Morse

August 16, 2011

Mary Ellen (Danaher) Morse, 83, passed away peacefully on Aug. 16, in her home at Northfield Enriched Living in Fairport, N.Y. She was born September 9, 1927, in Utica, and grew up in Utica with her parents, Richard S. and Catherine (Roche) Danaher. She was educated in Utica schools and graduated from Utica Catholic Academy, class of 1945. Prior to her marriage she was employed as an Activities Director in Stanford, Conn. In Old Forge, she was a successful day care provider for many years. She married Mahlon P. Morse on September 20, 1947 in St. Anthonys Church in Utica and they settled in Whitesboro to start their family. In 1969 they moved to Old Forge where they re-

mained for 36 years. More recently, declining health forced them to move to Pittsford, N.Y., and Mahlon died in 2006 after 58 years of marriage. Besides her husband, Mary was predeceased by her son, Kenneth, in 1993. She leaves her children, Tim (Cheryl) of St. Paul, Minn.; Ellen (Thomas) Russell of Montgomery, Texas; Patricia (Gary) Boys of Northboro, Mass; Rick (Kathy) of Baltimore, Md; Diane (Mark) Comolli of Bethany Beach, Del; Jacquelyn (Mark) Bestram of Pittsford, N.Y.; and Lynda Low of Baltimore, Md. She is also survived by 19 grandchildren, eight greatgrandchildren, and her sisterin-law Eve Danaher of Whitesboro. She also leaves many loving nephews and nieces and their families. Mary was also predeceased by her parents, her brothers; Harold and Richard Danaher, and her sister Mildred

(Millie) Weber. Calling hours were at the Dimbleby, Friedel, Williams Edmunds Funeral Home in Old Forge, on Sunday, Aug. 21. A celebration of Christian Burial will began at 10 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 22 at St. Bartholomews Church in Old Forge. Interment will be in Riverview Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Old Forge Ambulance Fund or St. Bartholomews Church, in Old Forge, NY 13420, or VNS Hospice Services of Rochester, 2180 Empire Boulevard, Webster, NY 14580. J

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On Wednesday, Aug. 10, over 40 members of the Inlet Historical Society met at the Inlet Town Hall for an evening of business and history. Given the choice by Charles Herr, the Societys President, the Society members determined, to the Boards pleasant surprise, to do the business part of the evenings agenda first. President Herr gave his annual report regarding the status of the society and its use of the second floor of the Post Office Building by the Collections Committee for accessioning artifacts. Secretary Dianne Thibado provided minutes from last year s meeting and Treasurer

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Greg OHara gave the fiscal year end financial report. Attendees applauded Kay Carmichael and Carolyn OHara for their stellar efforts regarding the societys cookbook project. After approval of revisions to by-laws and the societys constitution, the members approved the following slate of officers: President Craig Wittlin, Vice-President Mitch Lee, Treasurer Lynn Durkin, Corresponding Secretary Julie Gibson Biehn, Recording Secretary Maureen Shantz and Director at Large Waddie Kalil. Town Historian Letty Kirch Haynes also remains of the Board as ex officio member. The new Board members provided brief introductions prior to the vote, except for the absent Ms. Shantz. After a brief break, Charlie Herr provided a brief history of Inlets first theater, the Pavilion. The theater was built by Dr. Harry Thomson of Old Forge who opened it in June 1923, a week after the inaugural opening of his Thomson Theater (todays Strand) in Old Forge. Initially called the Casino, the Pavilion was sold to Jacob Routstone in June, 1926 and it appears in several of the 1920s Inlet Main Street postcards. Dr. Thomson sold it after his Forge House, his Forge House barn and a Forge House gift store burned in little over a year. Routstone, who had already built the Gaiety Building next door, planned to use it for movies and music entertainment in tandem with

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The Old Forge Ballet Company and School announces upcoming dates for both fall registration and auditions for the Nutcracker production to be presented at the Strand Theatre in December. Auditions and registration for new students will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 31, and from 9 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 3. For returning students, auditions and registration will be held from 7 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 31, and from 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 3. The Company and School are dedicated to the children and adults who wish to enjoy truly dynamic dance classes in a friendly atmosphere. Classes in Cecchetti classical ballet, tap, jazz and ballroom will be offered for male and female students, ages two through adult. The staff of instructors includes sisters Sue Ann Lorenz-Wallace, Director of the School and Artistic Director of the Company, and Linda Lorenz LaDue, former Artistic Director of the company. Other instructors include Laurie Waranis and Luann Bowen, Company dancers. Modern workshops taught by Whitney Denesha will also be offered.

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Hamilton County Soil and Wa t e r Conservation District staff have released 200 galeruc e l l a beetles along the Sacandaga River in the town o f Lake Pleasant to control purple loosestrife, a deadly invasive wetland plant. Invasive species threaten Hamilton Countys economy a n d recreational enjoyment. E x p l o s i v e populations of l o o s e s t r i f e kill wetlands by choking out native vegetation that wildlife depend on for food, shelter and nesting. This beautiful perennial is often planted in g a r d e n s , and soon spreads t h r o u g h o u t neighborhoods, making its way down road corridors and into desirable aquatic ecosystems. Adult plants produce 2.5 million seeds annually t h a t are dispersed by water movement, wind, and animals. New plants also spring up from vegetative fragments and rhizomes. Seeds are transported down the Sacandaga River and to locations along lake shoreline

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CARDS OF THANKS Kinderwood thanks supporters

The Kinderwood Board would like to thank the golfers, diners, sponsors, the Key Club volunteers and Rich Chapman and staff of the Thendara Golf Club and Jim Holt and staff of The Grill Room for making the Second Annual Kinderwood Golf Classic a success, which was held on Aug. 1. Over $11,000 was raised and all proceeds will benefit the Kinderwood Program, Ltd. of Early Education. This years tournament was dedicated to the memory of Lorraine Stripp. The board would like to thank Al Nathan for the entertainment, Tim Foley for doing such a great job with the auction, The Adirondack League Club for use of the tablecloths, Caroline Lawrence for help with the putting contest, Heather Stafford, Bill O'Connell and Candi Jost for their help with planning the event. We would like to thank the Platinum Balloon Sponsors: The Enchanted Forest/Water Safari, Old Forge Camping Resort, Water's Edge Inn, Calypso's Cove. We would like to thank the Red Balloon Sponsors: Herron Realty, The Foley Law Firm, The Cart Sponsors French Louie Adirondack Sports, Adirondack Cafe, Up North Painting and Taping, Brynilsen's Viking Village, Mr. and Mrs. James Foley, Blue Spruce Mote, The Forge Motel, Christy's Motel, Country Club Motel, Mr. and Mrs. Venetz. We would like to thank the Hole Sponsors: The Kashiwa Family, Gaetano Construction, Brook and Pine, Inlet Golf, P.M. Electric, The Morin Family, Heroux Construction Co, Inc., Mark Hannah Contracting, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Simpson, VIEW Board of Directors, Bremer's Wine and Liquors, Billy's Italian American Restaurant, Central Adirondack Association, The Jost Family, Community Bank, Bill Martin Excavating, Ace Hardware, J and S Discount Liquors, Moore and Hart CPA's, In Memory of Justin Clifford, The Old Mill Restaurant, Daiker's Inn, The Weekly Adirondack, Integra Service Group, Greenleaf Financial - Frances J. Parent CFP. Thank you also to all of our live and silent auction and prize donors: A and H Land Company, Maureen Heroux, Sally Clark, Ingrid VanSlyke, Allen's Fine Jewelers, Gallery 3040, Meyda Tiffany, Adirondack River Outfitters, Old Forge Hardware, Rivett's Marine, Mountainman Outdoor Supply Company, Martha Giacobbe, Matt's Brewery, Wrap City and Glue, Tim and Sherri Noonan, 5 Corners Cafe, Adirondack Cafe, Big Moose Inn, Big Moose Station, Billy's Italian-American Restaurant, Van Auken's Inn, Sisters Bistro and Matt's Brewery. Thank you to Bill Simpson for donating the proceeds of the 50/50 raffle back to Kinderwood. Winners from the event for closest to the pin and longest drive were Tom Down and Melissa Gehringer. Winners for gross were Carolyn and Harky Hunkins/Tim and Sheri Noonan Net Daniel and Dale Heroux/Dave Kleps/Damon Kull The putting competition winner was Daniel Heroux. We are looking forward to next years event and hope to see everyone there. The Kinderwood Board; Mirnie Kashiwa, Littlepage Hannah, Kelly NoonanGreene, Sarah Morin, Jenn Dunn and Sharon FinkleKleps, and Head Teacher Diane Heroux and Assistant teacher Barbara Uzdavinis

Community Center appreciates turnout

The Board of Directors for the North Woods Community Center thanks all who came to the chicken barbecue building fundraiser on Saturday, Aug. 13. It was a total sell out. We especially thank North Woods Lodge #849 FAM members for cooking the chicken and Dewey Old Forge #449 Order of Eastern Star members for preparing and serving the meals. Brenda Dean of Boonville was the winner of the special drawing. See you next year, second Saturday in August for another barbecue. Jan Park, Chairperson for the Board of Directors J

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IN THE AC GALLERY...

August 26 September 24

Diversity

Pictured: Jane Catherine Shaw bringing her kitchen to life!

Through Many Lenses Juried Photography Exhibit

Folktales of Asia Africa...

Off-Broadways famous La MaMa comes to the ADK!

eggbeater Japanese sisters lack human or Jane Catherine Shaw describes her animal features, but audiences believe that the show Folktales of Asia and Africa as Bread eggbeater lives and breathes in The Lantern baking. Three stories, 15 characters, a solo and The Fan. Occasionally the puppets performer. A glorious mess of rice and flour. characters acknowledge their making, to the Shaw will perform her one-woman play at The delight of parents in the audience. The steak Arts Center in Blue Mountain Lake on Saturday, knife wise man says, I may be sharp, but I September 3 at 7:00pm. cannot cut through to the solution of this riddle! Since Shaw created Folktales of Asia Shaws creative puppetry is matched and Africa two decades ago, she has performed only by her skillful storytelling. Using unique it to the delight of thousands of families across voices for each character, Shaw brings her the United States. The audience favorite uses kitchen utensils to life. As she makes a mess on common objects as puppets to tell stories from stage through the course of bread baking and around the world. Folktales is ideal for children storytelling, the audience delights in the ages three to ten, but all ages are welcome! The imagination of Folktales of Asia and Africa. show has limited seating available in The AC Shaws role as a hostess invites us into her Theater and is your one time only chance to see kitchen as she bakes bread and from there La MaMas Folktales of Asia and Africa brought leads us to far-away places and cultures. to life in the ADKs. Folktales of Asia and Africa is a unique The audience meets Shaw as she and special performance brought to The AC by prepares bread in her kitchen. When Shaw world-renowned Off-Broadway theater group La realizes she has guests, she invites them to wait MaMa. Ellen Stewart founded La MaMa in 1961 with her as the dough rises and she tells three in the interest of people who make art. The folktales from around the world featuring the theatre has become the place where emerging utensils in her own kitchen. artists learn from established artists and where The first story LONG Man and1 The Old the 201 artists from around the globe share work and Moon is a classic folktale from Burma about the ideas. shapes we see in the moons face. It stars a La MaMa was one of the first nonflour sifter as an old man, a cookie cutter as his mainline theatres to support full-time resident pet rabbit and a doughnut maker as a moon companies. The theatre has a history of goddess disguised as an old woman. In The ground-breaking work becuase of its continuing Lantern and The Fan from Japan, Shaw uses belief in giving artistts the time and space to eggbeaters covered with cloth napkins as refine their creative processes as they make Japanese sisters dressed in kimonos. The story new work. The AC is thrilled to bring La MaMa explains how the lantern and fan began to be and Folktales of Asia and Africa to Blue Mounused in ancient Japan. The Dragon with Five tain Lake for the enjoyment of families around Heads, the final story, is from Zimbabwe. the Adirondacks. Wooden salt and peppershakers become sisters who must earn the right to be a chiefs bride. Folktales of Asia and Africa Folktales of Asia and Africa is told in September 3 at 7:00pm the style of Found Object Puppetry. Even the Family Friendly Event most common kitchen items gain life and $ play the Members, $5 the under character: through their performances. The both get to15 / $10 title role in VioletKidsMusical 12 Pictured Elizabeth Nestlerode Colleen Pine,

Gallery Reception: September 24, 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

EVENT CALENDAR

Janis Ian in Concert Aug. 27: 7:30 pm at Great Camp Sagamore $30/$20 Members Folk Tales from Asia and Africa Sept. 3: 7:00 pm at The Arts Center, Blue Mtn. Lake $15/$10 Members Murder Mystery Weekend Sept. 9 - 11 at Great Camp Sagamore See GreatCampSagamore.org for more information and rates. Cinderella Casting Meetings Be part of The ACs next holiday production of Rodgers Hammersteins timeless musical Cinderella. Sept. 21: 5:00 pm at Indian Lake Theater Sept. 22: 5:00 pm at Long Lake Town Hall Sept. 23: 5:00 pm at The Arts Center The Laramie Project Join us for The ACs fall production of the award-winning play The Laramie Project. The Laramie Project chronicles the life of the town of Laramie in the year after the murder of Matthew Shephard through the words of over 60 different people, from rural ranchers to university professors. The result is a complex portrayal that explores the depths to which humanity can sink and the heights of compassion of which we are capable. This production will feature over 20 local actors giving voice to this incredible story. Sept. 23 24 at The Arts Center, Blue Mtn. LAke $10/$5 Members (seating is limited) Adirondack Art Moose Hunt Sketch all four famous art moose that are hidden along route 28 between Indian Lake and Blue Mtn. Lake and come to The AC for a prize. Moose Maps can be found at the Indian Lake Theater, Indian Lake Chamber of Commerce or The AC. Sept. 24: 10:00am - 6:00pm

Great Camp Sagamore and the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts present a completely immersive weekend of mayhem, murder and history at historic Great Camp Sagamore, the Vanderbilt estate in the heart of the Adirondacks. Alfred Vanderbilt died on the ill-fated voyage of the Lusitania, but he also possessed a ticketed for the maiden voyage of the Titanic. When the unused Titanic ticket goes on display at the Vanderbilts historic great camp, someone is gunning for more than just a chance to see this priceless artifact. The murders begin at dinner of Friday night and continue throughout the weekend. Can you piece the mystery together and catch the killers before they get to you? September 9-11, 2011 at Great Camp Sagamore, Raquette Lake Reserve now at www.greatcampsagamore.org or by calling (315) 354-5311.

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Hamilton County Arts...

INDIAN LAKE One World, Many Stories Presented by the Indian Lake Library August 24th Location: Indian Lake Library Explore different cultures through books, science demonstrations and craft workshops. www.indianlake.sals.edu Aug. 27: Horseshoe Toss Tournament Byron Park, Registration 9-10am Play begins at 10am LAKE PLEASANT Pretty Good Band Concerts Presented by the Town of Lake Pleasant July and August Parades and concert, plus a December Holiday concert! Live band performances made up from 100% local talent. TOWN OF ARIETTA Summer Coffeehouse Series Presented by Piseco Library May -September Nationally acclaimed Jay Unger and Molly Mason perform American acoustic music. LONG LAKE Music Concert Series Presented by Calvary United Methodist Church Thursday evenings from July 1 Aug. 31, plus

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one December concert. A series of concerts featuring local and nationally known classical musicians. Aug. 25: Local North Country Artists Concert www.mylonglake.com RAQUETTE LAKE Thursday Evenings on the Lake Presented by St. Williams on Long Point Thursdays at 7pm in August. Location: St. Williams on Long Point Mixture of folk and contemporary music performed live at a National Historic Register site. Boat access only (call for reservations). Aug. 25: Rick Manning, Hope Grietzer Tom Hodgson. A trio of veteran Ithaca-area musiciansform a wonderful and highly electic tunes from the Old Time, New England, Celti and Western Swing music traditions. www.stwilliamsonlongpoint.org TOWNS OF HOPE AND BENSON Concerts in the Pavilion Presented by the Town of Hope August 27: Frank Jakitsch 6pm Location: Town of Hope Pavilion INLET Sunsets by the Lake Series Presented by the Town of Inlet Department of Recreation and Tourism Events Saturday evenings in August

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Location: Arrowhead Park, rain location Fern Park Pavilion August 27: David Allyn September 3: Fritzs Polka Band Regionally known musicians join new to the area artists for a well rounded lineup. See www.inletny.com for details.

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Community Arts Grants

About the Decentralization Regrant Program

What is the Decentralization Regrant Program? The New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) State and Local Partnership Division administers an annual Regrant program that helps to ensure access to arts and culture in each of the 62 counties of New York State, including areas that are geographically isolated, economically disadvantaged, and ethnically diverse. This Regrant program is called the Decentralization (DEC) Program. What are the goals of the Decentralization re-grant program? The DEC Program allows for local control of state funding and guarantees that each county receives a portion of the public funds that run NYSCA. In Hamilton County, the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts (The Arts Center) administers the DEC Regrant Program. This Regrant program is open to not-for-profit organizations only. A complete list of eligibility is available by contacting the Arts Center. In many of Hamilton County small towns, cultural offerings come to our communities through the libraries, churches and small non-profit organizations. How are granting decisions made? A local panel reviews applications in November of each year. The Hamilton County Regrant Panel is made up of 7 individuals from throughout the county, representing a mix of backgrounds and villages. Each panel member is asked to serve for a three-year cycle, with two members cycling in/out each year. The Arts Center is always looking for new panel members and welcomes recommendations for panelists.

State of the Arts

SUNDAY SPECIALS August 21 5:00-7:00 pm- Third Annual ILT Birthday Party 7:00 pm- Violet the Musical

Presented By the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts

This July, the Piseco Library presented the group FLAME with funding assistance from NYSCA. The concert and collaboration continued the Piseco Librarys philosphy that artistic performance should encompass a broad spectrum in both selection and those performing.

Find out more about the Community Arts Grants At the informational seminars held throughout the county this September. All applications are required to attend one of the informational seminars. For more information call the Arts Center at 518-352-7715 or visit us online at adirondackarts.org. Blue Mountain Lake at The Arts Center Sept. 6: 7pm Sept. 15: 2pm Indian Lake Sept. 7: 2 pm at the Town Hall Sept. 14: 7pm at Byron Park Long Lake at the Town Hall Sept. 8: 7pm Sept. 13: 2pm Lake Pleasant at the Town Hall Sept. 9: 7pm Sept. 14: 2pm Inlet at the Town Hall Meeting Room Sept. 12: 2pm Sept. 15: 7pm

All programs are made possible in part with funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency.

NYSCA

The above events were made possible through the Hamilton County Decentralization Re-Grant Program. ILT presents the Opera in Cinema Series For information on applying for the 2011-2012 season, please contact the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts after June 15th at 518-352-7715 or learn more by visiting adirondackarts.org

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Tom Hodgson, Hope Greitzer and Rick Manning are featured musicians for the season finale of the 2011 Thursday Night on the Lake series at St. Williams on Long Point, at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 25. Tom, Rick, and Hope are a trio of veteran Ithaca area musicians whove gotten together to form a fantastic and highly eclectic string band. They bring a mixture of fiddle virtuosity, solid rhythm accompaniment, and tight harmonies to vocal and instrumental tunes from the Old Time, New England, Celtic, and Western Swing music traditions. The program is free and open to the public, but due to limited space in the historic 1890s church; and the need for boat transportation to St Williams on Long Point, a boat access only site, reservations are required. Call (315) 354-4265. The barge leaves the Raquette Lake village dock starting at 6 p.m. and returns after the performance at approximately 8:30 p.m. In case of a severe storm, our program will be held at the Raquette Lake School on Route 28. Come rain or shine. A pie raffle is held each Thursday to help defray costs involved in hosting the entertainment series. J

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Paula Tormey will teach students to paint a dragonfly

design on a set of two glass dessert plates from 9 to 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 24, at View. This class is suitable for ages 16 and up. All necessary supplies will be furnished. The fee for this workshop is $18 for non-members and $15 for members, plus a $12 materials fee. Pre-registration is required. To register, call View at (315) 369-6411 or email info@viewarts.org. To learn more about other workshops offered at View, visit www.ViewArts.org.

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Parent, teacher group taking orders

Parent, Teacher, Community (PTC) will be accepting orders for umbrellas, $24; gray screened tee shirts, $12; gray screened full zip hood sweatshirts, $25; gray with maroon tackle twill hood, $75; beanies, $15; and baseball caps, $14. The deadline for ordering will be Sept. 16, for delivery by Homecoming Weekend. If you would like to place an order contact Sharon FinkleKleps at (315) 369-3105 or skleps@roadrunner.com. Please help by joining the PTC. The cost is $5 for an individual or $10 for a family. Anyone interested in volunteering, please contact Jenn

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Lear n to create Raku pottery

Kelly Barone will teach a Raku pottery class during which students will have the opportunity to learn how to utilize horsehair techniques. Horsehair leaves behind desirable and interesting organic lines throughout the Raku pottery when it is fired. The class will take place in four sessions. Throwing and forming will be done from 9 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, Aug. 23. Trimming and burnishing the

pieces will take place from 9 a.m. to noon on Friday, Aug. 26. Attendance is optional for the bisque firing on Monday, Aug. 29. The Raku firing will be done from 6 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 31. The fee for this workshop is $55 for non-members and $45 for members, plus a materials fee which includes 25 pounds of clay, terrra sig, horsehair, and firing. Pre-registration is required. To register, call View at (315) 3696411 or email info@viewarts.org. To learn more about other workshops offered at View, visit www.ViewArts.org.

Bridge dedication being planned

The bridge on South Shore Road that crosses the Fifth Lake Outlet in Inlet will be dedicated to the Payne family at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 25. A plaque honoring the late Richard Payne will be placed at the bridge in his memory. Payne was instrumental in the completion of the

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Eddy, left, is a handsome, two-year-old, neutered male long-haired buff and white cat. Flower, right, is a beautiful, two-year-old, spayed female muted tortie kitty. Eddy is outgoing, friendly, and loves to be the center of attention. Flower is quiet, affectionate, and prefers to stay out of the spotlight. These two cats have very different personalities, but they are best friends and would love to be adopted together. Because they have been at the shelter so long, their adoption fees are reduced. The shelter offers discounts to senior citizens age 65 or older. For more information call the Humane Society of Rome at (315) 337-1434 or email them at humanesocietyrome@hotmail.com. Their web site can be found at www.humanesocietyrome.com.

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dams, stocked fish, built and maintained fire towers, observers cabins and telephone lines, fought fires, and planted millions of trees. Nationwide, enrollees planted nearly 3 billion trees to help reforest America, constructed more than 800 parks nationwide, updated forest fire fighting methods and built a network of service buildings and public roadways. In nine years, 2.5 million young men participated in restoring public appreciation of the outdoors. The CCC disbanded in 1942 due to the need for men to

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ed or appointed. Either way, the superintendent is an indep e n d e n t town officer with p o w e r s independent of the town board to employ and dir e c t employees to carry out his statutory responsibilities. The superintendent has a fixed term of office, whether elected or appointed, of two years, which can be changed to four years locally. The town can change the office from appointed to elected by a resolution subject to permissive referendum, but to c h a n g e from elected to app o i n t e d , as in this case, requires a local law subject to mandatory referendum. C u r r e n t l y, of 932 town h i g h w a y superintendents in t h e state 59 are appointed rather than elected. W h e n the Inlet Town Board met Aug. 9 engineering f i r m Bernier Carr A s s o c i a t e s , Watertown, rep o r t e d the request for bids w e n t out for the Sewer Treatment Project. Bid openings are scheduled for Aug. 25 at 6:30 p.m. in Town Hall. Water meters will now be installed within the sewer district. I n response to a sugges-

tion made by BCA to increase t h e serial bonding requirements should the bids be more than the original bond resolution, the board authorized inc r e a s i n g bonding from the $ 2 , 3 8 4 , 0 0 0 authorized May 27, 2009 to $2,800,000. The bonds will be issued t o fund the sewer project, which will include a treatment f a c i l i t y ; a collection system consisting of new pump stations, force main and gravity sewers; the acquisition of land or rights in land; and furnishings, equipment, machinery or apparatus required. The Jasper Day Trail will be getting some work done on it soon. The departments are waiting for a permit to allow for some needed work on the FX Matts trail. M o r e grant money is being sought by CAP-21 for the Elaine Townsend Trail. I n response the board passed a resolution to support CAP-21 by administering this N e w York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation grant for the bett e r m e n t of the town and its residents. The grant would allow extension of the bike path fur-

ther through Inlet to link the n o r t h e r n and southern port i o n s of Inlet to the TOBIE Path, which runs south to Old Forge, completing the Elaine To w n s e n d Trail to create a safe off-road passage for students at Inlet Common School a n d connecting the existing trails with the Inlet business c o m m u n i t y and Arrowhead and Fern parks. Superintendent of Highways Dayton Cleaveland gave the board information on replacing the older truck. T h e board discussed its options, including a trade-in a n d purchasing on state bid contract, but wants more information before making a decision. C l e a v e l a n d would also l i k e to replace the backhoe. Again, more information will be gathered before making a decision. The next regularly scheduled Town Board meeting will b e Sept. 13, starting at 7:30 p.m. in Town Hall. Editor s Note: This article is based on a draft copy of the Inlet Town Board meeting of Monday, Aug. 9, as provided b y Town Clerk Patty Whittmeyer. J

Grant opportunity meeting scheduled

United Way of the Valley and Greater Utica Area will host an information session on several grant opportunities for organizations located in and serving the northern most areas of Herkimer and Oneida Counties. The information session will take place from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 29. Area non-profits and community members are invited to the Town of Webb Park Avenue Offices, located at 183 Park Avenue in Old Forge. United Way will review several funding opportunities available for our northern service areas. Additionally, Herkimer County HealthNet, The Community Foundation of Herkimer and Oneida Counties and Community Health Foundation of Western and Central New York will share information about grant opportunities for organizations that have 501(c)(3) status or are a governmental or public entity. Convening several funders for this information session on various funding opportunities available for those servicing the northern most areas of Herkimer and Oneida Counties is an asset for those communities, said Sarah Miller-Locke, Director of Operations and Community investment. Funding is being cut for all non-profits at the same time the demand for services is increasing. Its vital that all agencies know about other opportunities for funding. If you are interested in attending or for additional questions and information, contact Sarah Miller-Locke at: sarah.miller-locke@unitedwaygu.org, or call (315) 7334691, ext. 240. J

Town of Russia Creek front lot 073.12-2-24 About 1 acre

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Lewandowski and The Enea Family Funeral Homes of the Mohawk Valley invite area residents to join their 10th Anniversary Remember 9/11 Memorial Walk organized to reflect on the lives lost on 9/11, to renew their commitment to freedom and the values of our country and to honor law enforcement, firefighters, current service people and veterans. A free community event, it is taking place in two locations: Herkimer/Otsego/Oneida Counties Walk, Sunday Sept. 11, 2011 meets at 12:30 p.m. at Enea Funeral Home l220 N. Washington St., Herkimer, processing a mile to the

Herkimer VFW for a service and refreshments; Fulton/Montgomery/Herkimer Counties Walk, Sunday Sept. 11, 2011 meets at 5:30 p.m. at Enea Funeral Home 9 Center St., St. Johnsville, processing a mile to St. Johnsville Fire Department for a service and refreshments. The public is invited. Please RSVP at (315) 868-4267. Local businesses, elected officials and groups are encouraged to donate their time or refreshments. Bradley Marmon of Forestport, an emergency management student at SUNY Canton, was named to the Presidents List with

a GPA of at least 3.75. He is a 2006 graduate of Adirondack Central High School. " " " SEND YOUR NEWSMAKERS (birth announcements, special birthdays and anniversaries, new jobs, promotions, awards, honors, holes-in-one, big catches, reunions, academic honors, special guests, etc.) BY MAIL TO KEN SPRAGUE AT THE EXPRESS OR BY TELEPHONE OR FAX TO 315451-8718 OR BY E-MAIL TO anca@capital.net. J

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ENJOY WINTER OR SUMMER ON FOURTH LAKE $850,000 NEW PRICE! Spend your warm summer days relaxing in the screened-in gazebo that is right on the water, or cool off swimming at the sandy waterfront. This level, 4th Lake property hosts 2 homes, one of which has a great rental history. The main house has 3 BR and 2 baths. The smaller cottage has 3 BR and 1 bath. Beautiful view, great swimming! Listing #1095

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EXTRAORDINARY ADIRONDACK RESIDENCE $995,000 "Magnificent" describes this beautifully furnished, immaculate 5,160 sq. ft. home with granite countertops, slate floors and detailed hand hewn log work. This prestigious home sits on 2.4 acres of land which borders lower Twin Pond and offers you the opportunity to canoe, kayak and enjoy the gorgeous views from your very own property. Four large BR, 4.5 baths, 2 spectacular stone fireplaces, a large screenedin porch with its very own fireplace, finished basement, front porch, rear deck and a detached oversized heated two car, two story garage makes this a year round home that a discriminating buyer would be very proud to call home. Listing #1101

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Well, not really. It's a turtle on the green at the Inlet Golf Course. This big snapper was spotted during a Monday night dinner at the course by Caitlin Caryl. Snapping turtles are the largest turtles in New York and can weigh up to 70 pounds. Snapping turtles can "strike" at their prey with a speed that rivals that of a rattlesnake.

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Libraries

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View: year-round art exhibits, performances, events, workshops. Open MondaySaturday 10 a.m.- 4 p.m.; Sunday 12-4 p.m. Call (315) 369-6411, or visit www.ViewArts.org (Old Forge). Town of Webb Historical Association: Yearround free museum open to the public Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-3 p.m., or by appointment. (315) 369-3838, or visit www.webbhistory.org (Old Forge). YMCA Camp Gorham: Childrens Summer and Family Camp. For more information, visit www.CampGorham.org or call (315) 357-

Old Forge Library. Open Tuesday-Friday, 11 a.m.-9 p.m.; Saturday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. (315) 369-6008. Inlet Public Library. Open Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. (315) 357-6494. Long Lake Library. Open Tuesday, 1-5 p.m.; Wednesday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.; Thursday, 3-7 p.m.; Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.1 p.m. (518) 624-3825. Raquette Lake Library. Open Monday, 2-8 p.m.; Tuesday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Thursday, 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. (315) 354-4005. Woodgate Free Library. Open Monday, 3-8 p.m.; Wednesday, 2-6 p.m.; Thursday and Saturday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. (315) 392-4814. Indian Lake Library. Open Monday and Friday, 124 p.m., 7-9 p.m.; Tuesday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.; Wednesday, 1-4 p.m., 7-9 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. (518) 648-5444.

6401 (Eagle Bay). McCauley Mountain Scenic Chairlift ride. Open Wednesday-Monday 9:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m., closed Tuesdays. Call (315) 3693225 (Old Forge).

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Inlet Common School

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Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be accepted by Long Lake Town Board for A ROOF REPLACEMENT in accordance with Specifications and Contract Documents. Bid documents by mail or electronically and/or more information are available at Supervisor Clark J. Seaman s office: (518) 624-3001 and llsuper@frontiernet.net. All bids, accompanied by a non-collusive bid statement, must be submitted in a sealed envelope marked "Roofing Bid" and delivered to the Town Clerk, 1130 Deerland Road, PO Box 42, Long Lake, NY 12847 by 12:00 NOON September 13, 2011 when they will be opened and referred to Committee. The Committee s recommendation will be presented to the Town Board at their September 14, 2011 meeting at 7:30 PM at the Raquette Lake Union Free School. Chosen Bidder must execute the Contract and file acceptable Bonds and Insurance Certificate within ten (10) days after Notice of Contract Award. The Town Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive any informality or technicality in any bid in the interest of the Town. By Order of the Long Lake Town Board Dixie Lee LeBlanc, Town Clerk

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Notice of Annual Membership Meeting The Arts Guild of Old Forge Inc.

Monday, August 29, 2011, 6pm

Overview of New Building Executive Director's report Update on Moving Mountains Campaign to Retire Debt Election of Board members 3273 State Route 28, Old Forge, NY 315-369-6411 www.viewarts.org

Office location: Herkimer County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to the LLC, 2682 Albany Hill Rd., Frankfort, NY 13340. Purpose: Any lawful activity.

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Arts of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 6/14/11. Office location: Herkimer County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to the LLC, 5496 NYS Rt. 28, Eagle Bay, NY 13331. Purpose: Any lawful activity.

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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION FORMATION OF A NEW YORK LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY The name of the limited liability company is 3085 MAIN STREET, LLC (The LLC). The date of filing of the Articles of Organization with the Department of State was July 1, 2011. The county in New York in which the offices of the LLC are located is Herkimer County. The Secretary of State has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process may be served, and the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any such process served against the LLC to 317 Bayfront Lane North, Rochester, New York 14622 The business purpose of the LLC is to engage in any and all business activities permitted under the laws of the State of New York. BORGOS DEL SIGNORE, P.C. P.O. Box 4392 Queensbury, New York 12804 (518) 793-4900

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TRAVEL AGENT. Wanna get away? Book your next vacation with us! Good Life Getaway. heather@goodlifegetawaystravel.co m 315-357-3216. Inlet.

WALT PARENT SON Tree Service. Fully Insured, experienced, free estimates. (315)717-4714 or (315)369-3386. WHITE WOLF ENTERPRISE Painting/ Staining, Interior/ Exterior, Carpentry. (315) 357-4366. WINDOW CLEANING. residential and commercial. Call Dick to schedule your Window Cleaning today: (516)641-7737.

WRAP CITY `N GLUE - Graphics Design, Scanning, Printing, Color/BW Copies, Fax, Laminating and more.(315)369-2262. YARD CLEAN-UPS Lawn mowing, shrub and brush removal. Storm clean up. Seasonal camp caretaking. Free estimates. Adirondack Property Maintenance. Call 315404-2166.

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Lawn Care

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LAWN MOWER Repair, ECHO Outdoor Power Equipment Trimmers, Blowers, Chainsaws and Mowers. Smith Marine 315-3699911 LIDDLE CONSTRUCTION, INC: Kitchens Baths, Flooring, Painting, Roofing, Sheetrock, Stone Veneer. Camp Maintenance~openings closings. Fully Insured. Free Estimates. (315)831-3156. MIKE MARLEAU Builder Contractor, Inc. for all your building needs. New Homes, Remodeling. Servicing the area for over 25 years. (315)369-4453 or (315)369-8168. PERKINS PLUMBING Heating. Complete installations and service of plumbing heating systems, hot water heaters, well pumps, boilers and furnaces. (315)369-3768 or (315)369-8402. PEST CONTROL. Blue Ribbon Adirondack Pest Control. Adirondack owned and operated. Complete pest control for carpenter ants, bees, mice, rats, cockroaches, spiders and other invaders. Residential and commercial. Certified, insured and guaranteed. Call(315)357-BUGS(2847). Visa, MC accepted. RISLEY ELECTRIC: Electrical contractor. Old Forge area, established in 1988. (315)369-3425 RUSTED/FADED METAL Roofs restored to new condition. High build epoxy/urethane. Water issues. Masonary Restoration. Satisfaction guaranteed. (315)369-3063.

LOST FOUND

LOST-RAWLINGS LEFT-HANDED Baseball Glove on August 9 at the Inlet Arrowhead Park. Please call (315)369-3750.

PERSONAL

ADOPT: ADORING mom, dad,big brother would like to share a lifetime of hugs kisses in our loving home w/a newborn. Please call Lynda Dennis, 888-688-1422. Expenses paid. ADOPT: I always wanted to be a MOM. Open arms loving, secure home awaits your baby. Expenses paid. Dena, 1-888-449-0803.

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ADK CLEANING~ For all types of cleaning. Homes, businesses, camps and rentals. Experienced, with references. (315)369-2862 or (770)841-4839. ANTIQUES BOUGHT sold, estate sales. (315)357-3002. BILL MARTIN Excavating, bulldozing, driveways, trucking, land clearing, road building repairs, septic systems. Quality Work at a Fair Price. 315-369-6794. FEDEX AUTHORIZED Ship Center, Pack Ship supplies services. Wrap City `N Glue. (315)369-2262.

HELP WANTED

FAST PACED, high end restaurant in need of experienced kitchen help for summer season. Apply to Big Moose Inn 1510 Big Moose Road Eagle Bay, NY. For more information, please call (315)357 - 2042. FOR WINTER: Part-time, 7 days a week selling snowmobile parts on the phone. Must have computer and internet skills and be able to look up part numbers. ONLY HIRING FOR December, January, February and March. Hudon's Snowmobile Salvage, Rte 12, Barneveld. (315)896-2217, see Nichole.

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Adirondack Express Classifieds MISC. FOR SALE

14FT ROUND Trampoline. Needs new net. $40. (518) 922-6049. Sprakers. 15" FLAT Screen Monitor, w/built-in speakers, $35. 17" regular monitor, $20. (518)883-8020. Broadalbin. 16 FT Birch Bark Canoe, gun cabinet, hunting and shooting items, knives, Eagle Compound Bow/hardcase and accessories, animal skins. (315)-348-8330 Brantingham 2 BUBBLE Awnings. Fits on 4ftX5ft window. Frames in good condition. Fabric faded but good condition. $200 total. (518)762-1761. Johnstown 3PT HITCH Cultivator, $100. 3pt Hitch Backblade, $75. Running gear, $175. Ford Snowplow, $175. OBO all items. (518) 882-6950. West Charlton. 4 PAIR custom made Drapes pinchpleated lined cream, 52"wx40"L, excellent-$45ea pair. Down comforter, Pacific Coast, 4 star, full queen-$120. (518)843-2171. Amsterdam 6 GALLON Marine Gas Tank, connections included, $30. Crate KX-15 amplifier (new), $75. (518)843-1747. Amsterdam. 65" 1080P HD TV, stand, surround sound included. Small hole in back, excellent working condition. $1200 OBO (518)-842-5857 Amsterdam. 8PC DRUM set, $200 OBO. (518) 843-0254. Amsterdam. 9 LARGE rolls bubble wrap 9 to 32 inches wide. Best offer. Contact Curt at (518)-320-8615 or lakeland119@comcast.net. Edinburg. ADULT SIZE Commode, excellent condition $20. (518) 842-0746 Amsterdam. AIR PURIFIER, Fans, Humidifier, Sewing Machine, Light Mirror, Hair Dryer, Cabinet, Dishes, Pots, Pans, Microwave Oven, Grill. (518) 8667322. Amsterdam ALL ELECTRIC Hospital bed, brand new. Large commode, never used. (2)6ft ramps, (1)portable ramp 6ft. Electric lift w/2 nylon lifts. (518)8835501-Amsterdam. ANTIQUE PIANO STOOL with claw glass ball feet $75. Large/small spinning wheels. (518)-829-7964 Fort Hunter ANTIQUE WASHING machine, $50. (518) 894-3876. Fultonville. B3030 KUBOTA 114 hours, HD loader, 60" mower, mint condition. $18,500 OBO. (518)-887-5301 Amsterdam. BABY BASSINET and swing, excellent condition, $30 each. Free Bouncy Seat with purchase. (518) 212-2122. Amsterdam BEDROOM SET, lamp, reclining chair, coffee table, barbecue grill, coffee makers, vegetable steamer, rug shampooer, nebulizer (518) 8430455 Amsterdam. BIFOCALS WITH case (Focal) $25. Potty chair converts to stool $15. (518)-843-3156 Amsterdam. BOAT COVER fits 21-24ft pontoon boat, never used. $250 725-4448 BROYHILL DINING room set, includes 7ft table, 6 chairs, and lighted 7.5ft china closet, like new condition, $1200. (518)364-1292Amsterdam. CARTER'S, GAP, Gymboree, Girls/boys, Sizes 4-7, mint condition, 2-piece outfits, tops $3.75, pants $5.00, Pajamias. (518)7252771.Gloversville CHAR-GRILLER LARGE charcoal grill w/smoker attachment. Used 1 yr. Excellent condition. $150. OBO. (315)368-7671. Eagle Bay. CHEST FREEZER 5-cubic ft, $100. Exercise bike, $10. Large computer desk New $600 sell for $400. SmithCorona Typewriter $10. (518) 8429423.Amsterdam. COMPUTER FLAT panel monitors: 13" with built in speakers, $2500. 17" like new, $40. (518) 866-1294. Amsterdam DINING ROOM Set $250, table, 6 chairs, hutch, buffet table pads, 12 piece place setting of china $25, chair-lift $450. (518)8439326.Amsterdam. DORM STUFF: Small desk, $25. Entertainment center, $15. Call (518) 842-1091. Amsterdam. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, variety, snow rack w/extension, assorted saws, power pull, genuine lineman's pole belt, cobbler's shoe assemble. (518)842-6261. Amsterdam. FENDER STRAT guitar, Squier Jagmaster guitar, crate 120 watt amp, JMF 150 watt amp. Call (518)281-4546. Amsterdam. FORD TRACTOR 600 series, Golden Jubilee. Runs good. Good tin. 3pt hitch. 35hp. Quick Sale $2950. (518) 842-3993. Hagaman.

Old Forge Camping Resort

F/T Reservationist position available immediately thru Labor Day weekends thru 10/16/11. P/T positions also available thru 10/16/11.

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

MISC. FOR SALE

FREE: 1915ISH Hinze #80352 upright piano/good condition/ needs tuning/ very heavy/ you move. (518)883-5432 Edinburg FREEZER, GE, Upright, 11.6 cu.ft. Excellent condition, $100. Child's carseat, excellent condition, $20. (518)882-6428. Broadalbin. GAS SPACE Heater. 60,000BTU. $150. (518) 842-8388. Amsterdam. GOLD CARPET excellent condition 10 ft 5 in. x 9 ft 3 in. $80 (518)-8431855 Amsterdam. HANDICAPPED EQUIPMENT. Many items: walkers, scooters, wheelchairs, lift chair. $50-$200. (315)896-2928. Prospect. HOT TUB 2-3 person. $950 obo. (518)-882-9735 leave message. HUGELY DISCOUNTED 32"x70" double-hung wood windows with forest green metal clad exterior. Low E with argon gas. Priced below dealers cost. 6 available, but will sell in groups. Can be seen at Old Forge Glass. Call Doug@(315)369-3435. JAZZY ELECTIRC Wheelchair $200. Various sizes of fiberglass and metal dog crates. (518)-526-3726 Tribes Hill. JET SKI, (2)Universal gym-$50. 16ft 1-8FT truck cap. yard tractor. Amsterdam. 518-858-9930. JUKE BOX. Rowe AMI, 200 selection stereo, 45 RPM, bill changer, selctions included. $300 or best offer. (315)357-3098. Big Moose. KAWASAKI MOTORCYCLE parts 2000 Vulcan Exhaust pipes $75, windshield $40 and stock seat $200. (518)-842-0104 Amsterdam KENMORE WASHER and Gas Dryer $250. (518)-441-8643 Amsterdam KING WOODSTOVE, 22" wood, glass doors, lower unit. Used little, $600. Call after 4 pm (315)8664298. Mohawk. LARGE DESK and Credenza dark wood, great for office. $400. Whirlpool thin twin washer/dryer combo $300. (518)-842-4084 Amsterdam. LOVE SEAT (small sofa) Harden Furniture excellent condition includes blue Pottery Barn slip cover. 201-906-6300. Allendale. LR SET, Floral print sofa, loveseat, reclining chair, 2 oaktables, 1 oak coffee table. Excellent condition. Asking $750 OBO. (518)829-7699. Fort-Hunter. MAPLE TREE feld, not cut, great firewood. make offer. (315)3510807. Old Forge. MASON CANNING jars, kitchen and glassware, young boys, mens and ladies ware, lawn chairs, washer/dryer, gardening slupplies, wicker picnic basket, (518)8430498-Amsterdam. MICROWAVE VERY good condition, works well $25. Outdoor Lounge very good condition $20. (518) 842-3023 Amsterdam NEW BROCADE Jacket, XL. Late 1800's egg crate carrier. New artificial bouquets. Old baskets. Make offer. gramswans@netzero.net (518)883-8996. Broadalbin. NINE INCH diamter exhaust fan mounted on bracket. 110 volts, 2 speeds. $45. (518) 843-1763 Amsterdam OUTDOOR WOOD-FURNACE, Heat your entire home, domestic water and more with a furnace from Central Boiler. Call today. Levi's Outdoor Wood Boilers. (315)3573216. PIANO, BALDWIN, excellent condition. Must see and hear! $1,500. 518-843-0892. Hagaman. PITTSBURGH STEELERS back tire cover. $35. (518) 842-1892. Amsterdam. PRISM II, metal dector, brand new in box, $75 OBO. Mongoose 21spd bike, $45 OBO. Young boys bike, $20-OBO. (518)842-8964. Amsteram. SHOPRIDER XL3 mobility scooter loaded. Used very little. Cost over $3,500.00. Asking $1,000.00 or B/O. Call 518-661-6857 Leave Message. Mayfield SIMONTON PRO-FINISH window, brand new, picture frame in middle w/two double hung on outside. Low E Argon fillied. 118.5x63. $550. (518)842-6035-Amsterdam. SIX PEARL Drums, black, three hardware stands. refurnishing needed. Collectible Fanzines for sale. (518) 843-0570 Amsterdam SOFA-SLEEPER LIKE new $295, Panasonic 32"-TV PIP $135., extracapacity Maytag washer and dryer 1-yr old $335/pair. La-Z-Boy recliner/massager $115. (518) 5057143.Amsterdam

OLD FORGE SELF STORAGE

Large Storage Units for Rent

10'w x 20'l x 22'h units w/9' x 9' doors Limited availability. $100/mo. Prepayment discounts. For more information call 315-369-6011

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Assistant: Prepare salads, sandwiches, and soups; operate a cash register; serve food to visitors; light cleaning; and replenish merchandise/supplies as needed. Membership Sales Representative: Greet visitors and explain membership benefits; sell new memberships and process renewals; enter data into database (2 to 3 days/wk.).

Call or visit our website for an application

Adirondack Museum Attn: Colleen Sage, Human Resources Mgr. PO Box 99, Blue Mt. Lake, NY 12812 (518) 352-7311

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315-369-3951

HELP WANTED

Assistant Store Manager Openings

Assistant Managers

in our Old Forge store. Pay: $10.00 per hour up to $13.00 per hour based on retail experience. Minimum Requirements:

2 years of providing outstanding Guest Service

2 years experience in a fast paced retail environment. Those interested in a career opportunity with a growing, exciting company, please apply online at www.fastracmarkets.com EEO and Drug Test Required Fastrac has immediate openings for

Pet Friendly

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Courteous, Professional Service

Nancy Wells, Lic. R.E. Broker

VACATION RENTALS

ADIRONDACK

136 Onondaga Rd., P.O. Box 692, Old Forge, NY 13420 nancy@adkcabinrentals.com www.adkcabinrentals.com

315-369-3694

MISC. FOR SALE

13-FT GRUMMAN canoe lightweight with carrying yoke, and paddles. $395. (518) 843-1236 Amsterdam.

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HOSTESS WAITSTAFF, midAug. thru mid-Oct. Slickers. (315)369-3002. LIFE IS good full-time and part-time positions available in one of Old Forge's coolest clothing retail shops. Please call Roxanne (315)369-2300. S E RV E R S , KITCHEN help, bussers, now thru Fall season. Steak House (315)369-6981. STORE MANAGER. Life is Good, Old Forge. Outgoing, upbeat personality with retail experience wanted to manage one of Old Forges coolest retail shops. Retail experience required. Call Roxanne at 369 - 2300.

APPLIANCES FURNITURE

LIVING ROOM furniture. Broyhill, light wood, armoire, coffee table and end table. All 3pcs $125. Great Deal! Must see! (518)843-2014. Amsterdam. QUEEN MATTRESS set, new. Still in plastic. $150. (518)260-6653. Saratoga. SEARS KENMORE smooth top electric stove, like new, $100 OBO. (315)357-6637. Inlet. WHIRLPOOL SIDE-BY-SIDE Refrigerator w/ice makerwater dispenser-$450. Light oak dining room set, 6 chairs, hutch-$650. 5pc king size bedroom set-$750. (386)8373673. Mayfield

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HOUSES FOR RENT

OKARA LAKES. 3-bedroom camp. Seasonal/week/weekends. Close to trails. Call (585)278-8939. REMSEN COTTAGE. Year-round. 1 Bdrm/1 bath. Large loft. Storage Shed. Available Oct. 1st. $450/month plus security. (631)7759132. YEAR-ROUND RENTAL in Remsen. Private 2 Bdrm/1 Bath. Woodstove. Storage Shed. Available Oct. 1st. $750/mo plus security. (631)775-9132.

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BOAT SLIP on Fulton Chain for a 20 ft party barge(covered is preferred) and/or interested in winter boat storage. Call (315)369-5014.

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PRIVATE 4TH LAKE~ Beautiful Six Bedroom Lodge. Lakefront, Dock. August weeks. (315)348-8561. THIRD LAKE, newly remodeled year round cottage, 2 Bdrm, sleeps 5, all amenities, sand beach, dock. (315)369-3534 or (315)822-6890. pinewoodcottageoldforge.com.

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BUILDING MATERIALS

7 CAMP Windows, good condition. $300. 2 camp beds, with new mattresses, $100 each. (315)513-4080. Brantingham 9' PATIO door unit. Excellent condition. $3,000 OBO. (315)357-5198. Big Moose ALLIANCE BAY window, 40" high x 60" wide, with screens. Was $1,290, now $995, call (315)369-2136. Old Forge.

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SOFA COUCH, comfy Broyhill. Slight wear. Non-smoke/pet home. Custom slip-covers. $150 OBO. (518) 372-7220. Glenville. SONY TRINITRON 36". Great picture. HD capable. $100. (518) 8431789. Amsterdam. SPORTCRAFT TREADMILL TX4.9. Great condition, all paperwork. $100. (518) 842-5812. Amsterdam STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE Toddler bed w/mattress-$50. Sleigh style toddler bed with mattress-$75 OBO. Toddler girls clothes sz.3-4, all seasons-$75 OBO. (518)844-3385. Fort-Plain. TABLE 6' x 2.5' metal base with green marble top, wood trim $50. 27' RCA TV, $25. (315)369-8711. Old Forge. THULE ROOF Basket. Old style. $100. Call (315)392-2311. Woodgate UNICORN PICTURES and clock, Elvis pictures and more odds and ends. (518) 883-7422 Gloversville. WALL UNIT Entertainment Center, lights up, glass and wooden shelves, glass doors. $100 (518) 527-8941 Gloversville. WASHER, DRYER, Refergiator, stove, freezer, mircorwave and cart. Dining room set, end tables, coffee tables, couch. Call for pricing (518)322-7456 Amsterdam. WATER COOLER, $65. Humidifier, $65. 24,000 BTU package air conditioner, $100. (518)843-1763. WEATHER GUARD tool box. Aluminum diamond plated. Full size truck, 27 inches deep, two doors, excellent condition $175. (518)4240427. Amsterdam WHIRLPOOL REFIGERATOR and Hotpoint Electric Range, both white, four years old. $100 each. (518)863-2513 Edinburg. WINDOW DOUBLE hung, size 33.5x61, like new, used 2 months. $75. (518) 843-8129. Amsterdam WOMEN'S FASHION jewelry, sterling silver, rings watches, some jade. Tiffany style lamps. American Tourister 4pc luggage excellent condition. (518)843-0016. Amsterdam WOOD DOORS some with glass, closet doors $5. (518)-636-6922 Amsterdam. WOOD/COAL FURNACE. Heats large area. Duct or floor grate. Call Ken @(315)369-0013. Old Forge. WOODSTOVE. US MAGNOLIA 2015. Paid $1,000. Used three months. $400. (518)281-4538. Old Forge. YAMAHA ELECTRONIC Keyboard, Rockwell 6" Joiner, Master Mechanic 10" Table Saw. 842-5789 Amsterdam

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3 LITTLE kittens, Free! Found in a tree in a cemetery. Litter trained, 810wks old. (518)461-8366. Amsterdam. ADORABLE MALE kitten, 8-9wks old. Free to good home. Needs special help. (518) 842-3007. Amsterdam. BEAUTIFUL KITTENS. Male and female. 8 weeks old. Various colors. (518) 466-3478. Amsterdam BLUE CROWN Conures. $400 for pair with cage. Baby cockatiels, $50 each. (518) 853-4851. Fultonville. CHI-CHI-POO PUPPY, adorable male, rough coat, looks like Terrier, 4 months, will stay small. Asking $150. Call (518)842-2151 or 518-5731122. CHIHUAHUA TAN Male. 18 weeks old. $300 firm. (518) 495-8147. Gloversville/Broadalbin. FREE 2 male kittens (gray) to a loving home. found in the city roaming thestreets. Please call, 518-2815174 FREE BRINDLE/PIT mix to a loving country home. Very friendly, good with other animals. Good watch dog. (518) 705-8471 Amsterdam. FREE KITTENS. Adorable Bob-tails. SweetLoving. 8wks old. Tiger, beige and 1 white, males and females. (518)842-4880. Amsterdam. FREE SPAYED female, approx. 10 years old, very friendly and loving. Needs single cat home. (518)-3643760 Amsterdam. FREE TO Good Home long-haired Tortoise shell spayed cat. Prefers adults. Loveable and friendly. (518) 843-9924 Amsterdam. GOREGROUS SMOKEY gray six year old female cat, short haired, spayed, up to date with shots. Preffer adult home. (518)-842-5815 Amsterdam. KITTENS AVAILABLE, one male gray, one female orange/tiger. (518)843-2363 Amsterdam. LOOKING GOOD for Home for Two Year old Staffordshire Terrie. Great family dog good with pets and kids. (518)-866-7129 Amsterdam. MIXED TERRIER Dog. For details call 518-231-7894 Sharon Springs. PUG FAWN female. 16 mos. old. loads of wrinkles. loves everybody. Excellent companion. $450. (315)697-5631. Leave message. Canastota. PUREBRED CHIHUAHUA Male Puppies. CarMan black w/white tiny, tiny, tiny $550. Sport white w/black happy and adorable $350. (518) 269-6679 Amsterdam

THREE SEASON CAMP FOR SALE

Structure Only - Land Lease $179 / mo. 3 BR, 1 Bath, Eat-in Kitchen, Living Room w/Gas Fireplace, Utility Shed, Fully Furnished, Private Dock on Third Lake....Reduced to $44,900 All Reasonable Offers Considered Private Sale No Realtor Fees or Closing Costs

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AUG 26 27, 9 - 2, 5 Gilbert Road, Inlet. Off South Shore Rd. Household, Tent, Bike much more. Priced to sell. AUGUST 26-27, 8am-3pm. Take Route 12 to Dayton Rd., turn at Evans Equipment, turn left on Brown Tract Rd., follow signs to South Brook, green pole barn. Power and hand tools, antiques, furniture, glassware, flow blue plates, spoprts cards, guns, trolling motors and more. Remsen. HOUSEHOLD SALE. August 27 91pm. 3214 Rte. 28, Old Forge. Bed frames, gas stove, deer mount, refrigerators, sofa bed, microwave. PLUS SIZE Clothing. Excellent condition. Lots with new tags on. Call 518-843-3349 for info. Amsterdam. RUMMAGE SALE ~ Church of the Lakes, Rte. 28, Inlet. Thursdays from 10-2. All clean, working items accepted. (315)357-2115.

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ADIRONDACK "BY OWNER" www.AdkByOwner.com: Visit our website to see 1000+ photo listings of Real Estate for sale, Vacation Rentals Timeshares throughout the Adirondack Region. Property owners: List with us commission free for only $275 per year. Visit on line or call 518-891-9919 for details. BIG MOOSE. 200 ft. Lakefront, camp, boathouse and other buildings. (315)357-2080. BIRD'S ADIRONDACK REAL ESTATE adklands@frontiernet.net, or www.BirdsAdkRealEstate.com. Commercial, lots, lakefront homes and camps. 2730 Route 28, Old Forge. Call (315)369-2136. "Serving the Central Adirondacks for Over 35 Years." LAKEFRONT LOG CABINHollywood Hills, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Furnished. Boathouse, Garage. $519,000. Appointment only. (315)357-3012. www.AdkByOwner.com listing #RE6478. OLD FORGE year round in camping resort 2 bedroom propane heat new windows, new pellet stove, new kitchen stove some interior upgrades. some furnishing included super deal $25.000.00 518 320 5250

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WINTER RENTAL. Nice 2 bedroom, 2 bath house in Inlet. Sept. June. Weekend, Monthly, Season. Call (315) 369 - 2300 ask for Roxanne

LAWN GARDEN

50" MOWER deck to fit a 20 horse power TroyBilt lawn tractor with shaft drive. (518) 842-0879 Amsterdam

ACREAGE

PRIME 3.3 acre building lot on Town road in Inlet. $85,000. (518)6692542.

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GENTLEMEN NEEDS dependable auto, can spend $1500, please call Tim (518)-477-0148.

CARS FOR SALE

1970 CHEVROLET Chevelle Big Block SS, red with white stripes, Price $5700 use e-mail for pictures delveccm2@msn.com. 516-9277050 Lake View 1984 DODGE 4-cylinder automatic, 2-door convertible, white, runs very good, excellent shape. 1999 Dodge Ram 4 x 4. (315)-823-3509 Little Falls 1993 FORD Tauras, 44K Auto, $3900. 1999 Jeep Wrangler Sahara 4.0 liter auto, 98K, 4 wheel drive. $9000 firm. (518)-842-8896 Amsterdam. 1995 BUICK Century runs great, many new parts, good condition. Great first car. $1,200. (518)-8437363 Amsterdam. 2001 OLDSMOBILE Intrigue GL, 6v engine, new brakes, new rotors, tune-up, needs tires plugged(tires keep going flat) Asking $2000/OBO. 315-357-5132 Inlet 2003 NISSAN Maxima SE, 114K, very nice shape, very dependable, well maintained. Must See. 518-7741331. Amsterdam.

114 Acres, Seller Financing Available A S ll F Directions: Bellingertown Road, Forestport, NY. From Boonville, take 12 S, go 7.1 miles, take 28 N, go 2 miles, take Forestport Exit, turn right onto County Road 72, go 1.2 mile, turn right onto OBrien Road, go 1.2 miles, property is on left. Property Sold on Location Located 11 miles from Boonville and 27 miles from Old Forge, this property is well positioned to take advantage of all the numerous summer and winter activities that transpire in the Adirondack Mountains. The property itself is heavily wooded and is loaded with deer. This property has development potential as well with almost 2,000 ft of road frontage. Also, in the area is the 422 acre Kayuta Lake and The Buffalo Head Restaurant. Real Estate Terms: 10% Buyers Premium, High bidders make 10% deposit. Balance due at closing. Seller Financing: For more details, contact our ofce or visit our website and download a bidder packet with mortgage terms. Preview:Thursday, August 18 @ 6:30-7:30 pm

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This deer became entangled in a hammock while eating corn left on the ground. The stressed animal was cut loose by Environmental Conservation Officer Russell Ritzel.

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The law was created in 2005 in response to the discovery of Chronic Wasting Disease in deer in Oneida County. This fatal disease causes chronic weight loss and deterioration of the nervous system. It is believed that the disease is transmitted from deer to deer when they eat food left for them by humans repeatedly in the same place. These feeding stations, typically set up in an effort to attract deer for viewing or hunting purposes, contribute to the spread of the disease. Prior to this law being created in 2005, deer feeding was legal as long as it was at least 300 feet from a road. However, in 2005 feeding wild whitetail deer and wild moose was banned completely. This is where people get confused, says Environmental Conservation Officer Russell Ritzel. It used to be legal. Ritzel issued seven tickets for deer feeding in Old Forge during the month of July. Ritzel enforces Environmental Conservation law across portions of Herkimer and Oneida Counties, including the Town of Webb. Breaking this particular law is considered a violation. If issued a ticket, people face a fine of up to $250 plus a mandatory $75 surcharge, and/or up to 15 days in jail. Ive been educating the public about this since 2006, says Ritzel. Now were writing tickets. The law is typically enforced by Conservation Officers, but local and state police also have the authority to issue tickets for feeding

deer. Similarly, conservation officers can issue tickets for vehicle and traffic violations. Conservation law is my main focus, say Ritzel. The feeding of deer and protecting our natural resources is what is most important to me. Quite often, tourists that feed deer are breaking other laws at the same time. Motorists often stop in the road, pull over onto private property, or stop in areas where stopping is not allowed. This can create a dangerous traffic hazard. Deer who become used to eating alongside the road also put themselves and motorists in danger. Abundant wildlife is something that makes this area special and adds to the enjoyment of a visit here. The law is created to protect the wildlife so that it can be enjoyed by future generations. Wildlife viewing is encouraged, as long as it is done safely and within the parameters of the law. Deer and other wildlife are often spotted alongside the road by motorists. Drivers should either maintain a safe speed, or pull off the road if they want a closer look. Since deer have come to associate people with food, deer will often be the first ones to make a move. They will approach people that get out of the vehicle, as well as the vehicle itself. This is not a natural behavior for deer, but one they have learned. Fawns also learn from their mothers that motorists are an acceptable food source, causing this unnatural habit to be passed on to a new generation each year. This behavior becomes

stronger than the deers natural instincts. Although most humans that seek to interact with and feed deer do not intend to harm them, it still puts these deer at risk. Deer that arent afraid of being by the road put themselves in danger of being hit by a car. Deer that have lost their fear of humans are also in added danger during hunting season. In 2009, a buck who became referred to as Bucky was known to inhabit the area around Maple Street in Thendara. He lived in this area because he had been hand-fed here since he was a fawn, according to Ritzel. In September 2009, two men pulled up to Bucky and shot and killed him. That poor deer didnt have a chance, said Ritzel. People that feed deer cause a lot of problems for the deer during hunting season. Afterwards, the men claimed to have shot Bucky in the woods, but Ritzel knew better. He recognized the deer and knew where the deer lived. The men subsequently paid nearly $1600 in fines for killing the deer. Deer are wild animals, and although their wild instincts can be dulled through continued interactions with humans, they can still be a danger to people. A doe can weigh up to 200 pounds. Does can kick people or pets, particularly if they feel that their newborn fawn is being threatened. A full grown buck can weigh 300 to 350 pounds. During mating season in the fall, bucks become more aggressive. Their antlers are

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EYE ON INVASIVES

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August is here, and it seems that a report of a new invasive species appears nearly every week. It By happened HILLARY last summer SMITH and its happening this summer, too. Last week I read about Asian clams in Lake George, feral hogs in Washington County, and now hydrilla in the Finger Lakes. Its enough to make one throw up ones hands in exasperation and shout, Whats the point! But, dont despair. Take a deep breath, stay focused and keep going thats what Im doing, and many others are, too. We simply cannot give up. We finally have solutions and many of them are right at our fingertips. Invasive plants are easier to detect and control than invasive animals, which move easily on their own around the landscape or waterways. We have a real shot at controlling invasive plant expansion, but we need to be vigilant in preventing introductions, detecting new infestations early, and responding rapidly with appropriate measures. Many shoreowners and paddlers are familiar with Eurasian watermilfoil, but other invasive aquatic plants are also on the move. It is important to learn to identify the invasive plants at our doorstep because if we focus on only one, we may get blindsided by another. Hydrilla, for instance, is a relatively new invader on the New York invasive scene, though its one many have warned against. It is considered by many aquatic specialists as the most problematic aquatic plant in the U.S. It plagues waterways in California and the northwest, from Texas to Pennsylvania, and in recent years in New York and New England. Control costs soar into the millions. Hydrilla made its way to the U.S. from Africa, Australia, and Asia through the aquarium trade during the mid-1900s. Unsuspecting aquarium owners may have dumped unwanted plants into a nearby lake, fragments may

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volving the town, shoreowners, and the State Department of Environmental Conservation to eradicate the infestation. Management efforts are still underway. Unfortunately, last week, lake users identified another hydrilla infestation in the inlet to Cayuga Lake in the Finger Lakes region, which is at least 150 miles from the closest known infestation in the Hudson Valley. Fortunately, a response plan is now being developed. Stamping out these infestations is a must. Each hydrilla infestation left unmanaged is a source for many others. We cannot afford to let hydrilla become the next Eurasian watermilfoil, the most widespread aquatic invasive plant. Hydrilla is often referred to as the Godzilla of aquatic invading plants. Its quick and thick growth, up to an inch a day, crowds out beneficial native plants, degrades habitat for fish and wildlife, and im-

pairs boating, fishing and swimming. It grows to depths of 30 feet and tolerates varying nutrients, light levels, pH levels, and sediments. Dense infestations can also clog irrigation and flood-control canals. Major infestations limit sportfish weight and size due to the plants ability to alter water chemistry and oxygen levels. Like other invasive plants, hydrilla reproduces in several ways, giving it a competitive edge over natives. It spreads by seeds or sprouts new plants from root fragments or stem fragments. It also produces tubers and turions, small reproductive structures that settle into sediments enabling it to effectively withstand ice cover, drying, herbicides, and ingestion and regurgitation by waterfowl. Hydrilla looks similar to native waterweed, Elodea, but can be distinguished by its five to six leaves in whorls around the stem (Elodea has three) and serrations or small

spines along the leaf edges (Elodeas edges are smooth). There are simple steps to help prevent the spread of hydrilla and other aquatic invaders: Clean recreational gear after each use. Inspect purchased plants for hitchhikers. Never release aquarium plants or animals into the wild. Learn to identify the invaders here and those that may be on their way and report suspect sightings to APIPP by calling (518) 5762082. Eye on Invasives is a biweekly column that spotlights a top invader when it is easiest to identify. Hilary Smith directs the Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program, a partnership program housed at the Adirondack Chapter of The Nature Conservancy in Keene Valley. Find out more about this award-winning program online at www.adkinvasives.com. J

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Remember those prophetic words that were spoken by Ross Perot in his unsuccessful bid for President of the U.S. in 1992 and 1996? The great sucking sound you will hear will be your jobs leaving the By country, h e said. What have MART we been hearing ever since ALLEN from the politicians and political pundits? I will bring back American jobs. Who was right to begin with? Well as the old saying goes, hindsight is always better than foresight, and the saying is true because nobody ever looks at history when deciding which way to vote. It seems that when it comes to politics, we keep repeating the same mistakes over and over again. I well remember John Stanley, Union Boss for the United Electrical Workers at the GE plant in Syracuse. At the time, GE was the largest employer in the city. The reason I remember him was because of his profusion of letters gracing the pages of the Syracuse Post Standard, blasting the company and referring to it as The Enemy. I do not know about the rest of you, but I never thought of someone who was providing me with a living as an enemy. He seemed to me to typify the mind set of organized labor in this country. Is it any wonder that industry would search for alternatives? I had asked myself why, if that is the case, NAFTA did not face heavy opposition from organized labor when both political parties pushed so hard for its support? Then, I was given a clue from a conversation I had with a ninety odd year old, retired, high-ranking military officer. He had a friend that tried unsuccessfully to get accepted to West Point just prior to WWII. His family had a union official they were paying $5,000 a year to keep the union out of the family business. The union official got the young man into West Point, and it was at his retirement party as Chairman of The Joint Chiefs of Staff that I met the older gentleman who told me the story. Ever since that time, I have been very suspicious of the influence organized labor has with both major political parties. It is a terrible thought, but I strongly suspect that the almighty dollar has, in too many instances, taken precedence over the welfare of the nation as a whole. Coupled with the high corporate tax rates, regulatory constraints, and labor costs other nations do not have to contend with, is it any wonder why jobs have left this country? There is one other factor that gives me pause for thought, when I think of rebuilding our industrial base and the role our culture plays in determining our success in same. Do we possess the same work ethic, cultural, and family values early immigrants brought to this nation that made it great? I know for a fact that all three factors are nowhere near as strong as they were when I was a young man. It asks the question of who are we going to get to fill those jobs, if and when we ever can resurrect them? Every business person I talk with says finding good help is their number one problem. I definitely see places in everyday living where businesses are missing opportunities to improve. The first is to offer higher quality products and bigger variety in their merchandise than is available today. I will give you just a few examples. I am always looking for good quality work clothes that fit, wear well, and are comfortable. My number one need is for work shirts, or what I call everyday shirts. I would like to find a shirt that has two good sized buttoned down front pockets with an opening for a pencil or pen. I would next like them to be made of fabric that is light and airy for summer weather, something similar to the old chambray work shirts. In my quest for same I was in one local outlet of the largest shopping center in the world last week, and they did not carry one work shirt of any description. This was a store in a rural area surrounded by farms of all kinds. It is hard for me to grasp how any merchandiser could let such a thing happen. I am able to find several shirts that fit my needs in heaver fabric, but they all have shortcomings such as improper tailoring, tails that are too short, or buttons that come off every time they are washed. Another pet peeve I have is being unable to find odd waist sizes in mens trousers. I need size 35 and I am sure there are many out there who would like to find 33, 37, etc. I spend a lot of time and effort searching for just what I want and need, and so must many others. I could go on and on with things like shoe laces, and things such as a tissue box holder in autos and trucks. Wake up America before its too late. J

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thing else thats not well protected, says Ritzel. Deer will find even the smallest weak spot in a fence, or simply jump over it to get what theyre after. A complete stop in deer feeding is the first step to fixing the problems it creates. Unfortunately, even at that point, the deer population will take a while to recover, says Ritzel. Whitetail deer can live up to 10 years or more. If people stopped feeding deer right now, there would still be a high concentration of them right in town looking for food. Their alter-

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