The Board of Directors of the Town of Webb Health Center Fund, Inc. met to discuss the future of the organization on Thursday, April 23.
Although the Fund has expanded its activities in recent years, it is still perceived as solely a fund dedicated to the former Health Center Facility.
Oddly, this was never its sole mission, as per its certificate of incorporation. Continue reading →
Artist Rob Imundo, left, with his prize winning painting, and Bradley Butler, Central Adirondack Art Show judge, at View arts center in Old Forge . Photo by Gina Greco
VIEW, the arts center in Old Forge, will celebrate two new exhibitions, the Central Adirondack Art Show and Denis Defibaugh’s Afterlives of Natural History, at an opening reception on Saturday, May 2 from 5 to 7 p.m.
The reception is open to the public and free of charge. Refreshments and light fare will be served.
The Central Adirondack Art Show, a 64-year tradition, showcases works in all medium including painting, drawing, photography, ceramics, and more. It will be on exhibit through June 22. Continue reading →
The winners of an art and essay contest sponsored by the Valley of Utica, Yahnun-dahsis Bodies Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, were recognized at the organization’s annual Family Life Observance Recognition dinner held at the Roselawn Restaurant on Sunday, April 19.
The contest was open to students representing 40 area school districts, who followed the theme of Conservation. Continue reading →
The Central Adirondack Association will host the annual motorcycle gathering, Thunder in Old Forge, on Friday and Saturday, May 29 and 30. The motorcycle rendezvous event has become a tradition for bikers to experience a scenic ride through the Adirondacks while area restaurants and other area establishments offer specials, food, beverages and entertainment. Continue reading →
Representatives of area non-profit organizations are invited to an informational session on how crowdfunding can be used to support their work. It will be held at the Community Room of the Old Forge Library on Tuesday, May 12 at 2 p.m.
The hour-long program will be hosted by CAP-21 and Adirondack Foundation and led by Chris Morris. Continue reading →
Niccolls Memorial Presbyterian Church is taking orders for the Food Sense package for May. Each “unit” costs $15.50. This program is open to all. There are no eligibility requirements nor is there any obligation to purchase food every month. Continue reading →
Kalyn Olney’s name was mispelled in last week’s Town of Webb School Senior Spotlight. Her parents run Woodshed Crafts, her father being retired from Frontier Communications.