The New York State Nursing Association is planning on an informal strike at CVPH Medical Center Thursday. The Picketing is specifically related to ongoing contract negotiations between the union and CVPH
There’s a new partnership following Earth Week. it’s a Public Service Campaign designed to raise awareness about Toxic Cigarette Butts.
Jean M. Amell, of 698 County Route 55, Bloomingdale, died Thursday, at her home, she was 80.. Calling hours will take place at the Fortune-Keough Funeral Home on Sunday April 28, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM.
The Town of Harrietstown is formulating plans for smoke free parks. Step One; a presentation from the Adirondack Tobacco Free Network.
Residents of Tupper Lake are presented with a proposed multi-use emergency services building for EMS, Tupper Lake Police and Fire..
Adirondack Health has treated patients from many walks of life, and can now add superhero to that list. Aayden Tristam, photo right, wore a special “Brave Kid” cape for a recent surgical procedure at Adirondack Medical Center in Saranac Lake. Not wanting to be left out of the fun, his dad Dillon wore a matching…
The date is set.. The public is officially invited to a public hearing on Tuesday, May 28th, 5:30pm for a presentation of the Draft Comprehensive Plan for the village of Saranac Lake.. Trustee Ally Pellitiere says the draft is available at the village offices and also online at the village’s website.. The late date in May will allow an appropriate amount of time for the community to review the specifics, and perhaps focus on the portions of the plan that affect each particular district.. In addition, the Essex County Planning Board requires a 30 day window for review.
The Saranac Lake Village Board now has 4 hand carved hiking sticks compliments of Rick Gonyea who carved the hiking sticks to be used as prizes for the first three hikers to finish in the Saranac Lake Sixer Program.. Gonyea jokingly says he carved one specifically for a member of the press, Chirs Knight, who started his career as a forest ranger and remains an avid hiker.. The program begins May 25th with sign in at 7am at the Berkley Green, Hiking starts at 8am with a celebration later in the day at 3pm for the first group of hikers to complete all 6 of the mountains in the Saranac Lake area, including McKenzie, Ampersand, Scarface, Haystack, St Regis, and Mt Baker..
The Tupper Lake Emergency Services Building Committee holds their final public information meeting tonight and it appears as though additional taxes may be held to a reasonable Figure.
Sunday was the coldest in the six years residents have been plunging into Mirror Lake for a refreshing spring swim.. And by cold, we mean the ice had only gone out the day before and the wind was kind enough to help clear out the beach and push the remaining ice to the middle of the lake.. Plunge for a Cause is sponsored by the Lake Placid Kiwanis Club and hosted by the Lake Placid Middle/High School Builders Club. All of the funds raised will be donated in equal parts to the Lake Placid and Wilmington ecumenical food pantries and the Tri-Lakes Humane Society. We stopped in to check on the fundraising;
Join us this morning during “The Morning News” we’ll tell the story and let you hear from some of the participants..
The Lake Placid Community holds a special event this evening to support victims of the Boston Marathon Explosions.. The Event’s Organizer, Greg Borzilleri, says it’s also to recognize the first responders, both here and there.. The Tribute Run is called Boston Strong L P – It’s Scheduled for tonight (Monday 04/22/13) at 6pm at the Public Beach..
Borzilleri says they plan to do the first half mile in silence for those who died and were injured in the bombings and People are invited to take their dogs along, push babies in strollers or participate however they choose. While the event is focused on solidarity, any proceeds will go to the One Fund Boston, which was formed this week to assist those most affected by the bombings.
Learn more about One Fund or donate online at http://onefundboston.org.
LAKE PLACID, NY (April 17) – The Lake Placid Business Association, Lake Placid-Wilmington Connecting Youth and Communities Coalition (CYC) and the Lake Placid Central School District are pleased to announce the launch of an innovative new program - CU2C, Connecting You to the Community - designed to strengthen relationships between our teens and their community.
The program, beginning the week of April 25 will integrate High School Juniors and Seniors with local businesses in order for teens to get a sense of how our local economy works. It also provides the business an opportunity to interact with students in order to gain an understanding of what they are looking for in our community.
“We are very excited to introduce our new program CU2C,” said CYC Coordinator Tina Clark. “We hope all Lake Placid and Wilmington Juniors and Seniors will utilize the opportunity to learn more about what makes our community operate.”
The interactive program is also supported through funding from the Stewart’s Foundation/Holiday Match program, which has benefited community youth organizations since 1986.
This program is designed to improve the relationship with the teens in our community by directly engage them with local businesses in order to increase the sense of community. By nurturing this relationship we are planting the seeds for the future; a healthy and vibrant community.
A recent survey shows a disconnect between the business community and local teens. 79% of students said their community did not notice when they did a good job. 59% of students said they do not feel the community is proud when they do well. 60% of students said their community does not encourage them to do their best. These numbers are from the April 2012 Prevention Needs Assessment survey at the Lake Placid Central School.
Build teen ambassadors for our community. Help teens discover the uniqueness and all the opportunities of this community for summer jobs, jobs after they graduate/college breaks and to grow roots here. Everyone, (businesses, families, teens) need to better understand the community and nourish it so that it can thrive. Better understand our teens and what teens are looking for in this community. Receive input from teens on how to improve community.
April 25th – Program introduction during school classes
May 2nd – School Auditorium 2 -3 pm (The influence of tourism in our community; Customer service, delivering the experience; Personal Presentation and Sign up for Making the Connection)
May 13-27 – Making the Connection (Teens visit the business they chose to partner with)
May 30th – Wrap up party at Mr. Mike’s Pizza, 5:30 pm. (Pizza party for teens, businesses and parents to celebrate completion of program; Incentive prizes given to each teen participant; and Awarding of Ambassador Award prizes.)
For more information, contact CYC Coordinator Tina Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org 518-524-5739.
Tupper Lake Village Trustee Rick Donah updates progress on waterfront planning, beach feasibility and a park master plan.
The Lake Placid School Board considers $731,000 in energy efficient capital projects. The entire project will be paid for with savings following the completion of the upgrades.