Question of the Month
During the Monday, May 13 Indian Lake Town Board Meeting, Town Supervisor Brian Wells announced that he had written a letter to Leilani Ulrich, APA Chairwoman, on April 11.
Sponsors sought for June 14 event
The Ticonderoga Chamber of Commerce is inviting the public to its annual dinner and auction. The 11th annual event will be Friday, June 14, at the Silver Bay YMCA’s Gullen Lounge. Appetizers will be served at 6 p.m. with dinner at 7 p.m. The silent auction, live auction and dancing will follow.
Randal Madison was a fifth- and sixth-grade teacher at Lake George Elementary who inspired his students to achieve in academics and to lead fulfilling lives. He died unexpectedly in 2001 of a brain aneurism, and since then hundreds of people have participated in a footrace to honor the beloved instructor. Randy's Run is to take place Saturday on the Warren County Bikeway. It starts at 8:30 a.m. at Lake George Elementary School.
The North Creek Mosaic Project will be offering classes and camps for all ages this spring and summer as Kate Hartley and many students and volunteers begin the second mural wall.
Several Indian Lake Central School students had a great day at the 20th Annual High School Business Day at SUNY Adirondack in Queensbury.
Many of you may remember an article that the News Enterprise ran for us back in the fall to help advertise the barn sale that we were having to help raise support for the missions trip that we are taking as a family this summer.
Free entry for those affected by bombings
Organizers of the 17th annual Adirondack Distance Festival are offering free entry into the Adirondack Marathon this fall for 50 runners who were prevented from finishing the Boston race.
While the state has balked at sponsoring boat inspection and decontamination to control the spread of aquatic invasive species, the town of Chester has voted to purchase a boat decontamination station and locate it at Loon Lake. They've also voted to boost the hours for lake stewards to be posted at local lakes to inspect boats for invasives before the watercraft are launched.
In regards to Bob Nessle’s letter to the editor in last week’s issue, he seems to be just as disrespectful and childish as the liberals are.
Maternal behavior of a different sort
For Mother’s Day my family gave me a plaque showing the Nickerson Family Tree, est. 1960.
We are talking about the weather again. We know that May is a month of very mixed types of weather.
Concerts May 31 in Schroon, June 2 in Ti
The Champlain Valley Chorale’s spring concert will be “A Celebration of American Song.” The Champlain Valley Chorale will perform at Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Schroon Lake on Friday, May 31, at 7:30 p.m. and at the First United Methodist Church in Ticonderoga on Sunday, June 2, at 3 p.m.
In her May 2 report to the board, Minerva Town Supervisor Sue Montgomery Corey noted that the Nature Conservancy has committed a $500,000 pool of funds to support local projects that help the five towns to develop opportunities resulting from the land purchase.
Change is Good event May 25
Pennies, nickels, dimes, oh my! Quarters, halfsies, Susan B. Anthonys. For Indian Lake Theater’s conversion to a state-of-the-art projection system, the coins that fill your pockets can be the agent of change.
On May 6, Gore lost to Rotary of North Creek 14-9. With the bat, Shawn Mulligan was 4-for-4, with a double, triple, and 3 RBIs.
Belva Blood looks forward to future
Belva Blood will celebrate her 90th birthday May 31, but the Ticonderoga woman isn’t about to concede to age.
Baseball & softball results.
Following an outpouring of generosity from local businesses to construct the Veterans Monument in Chestertown, Home Depot steps forward with $11,000 for enhancements, and 40 of the Glens Falls Home Depot employees sign up for a workday to install landscaping and walkways.