To the Editor:
Well, it looks as if another season is about to take the checkered flag. Not sure how everyone did this winter business-wise, but in terms of winter sports, it seemed that it was pretty good…which leads me to the reason for this article.
I feel that the residents of the Town of Webb and Inlet are very fortunate. We have many great things going on in our communities. I am understanding of those who aren’t directly related to or care to participate in some of those things that are taking place. That’s okay. Continue reading
Secretary Deb Carhart, Treasurer Chip Kiefer, 1st Vice President Gary Staab, Past President Kelly Noonan-Greene, 2nd Vice Present Dale Heroux, Events Coordinator Laurie Barkauskas, and President Nick Bankert. Photo by Gina Greco.
By Marianne Christy
The Central Adirondack Association (CAA) held its annual meeting at The Old Mill on Thursday, January 22, offering members and guests an opportunity to vote on a new slate of officers and enjoy appetizers and refreshments while discussing business in a casual, social setting. Continue reading
The Central Adirondack Association is seeking merchandise from area businesses for door prize give aways at the 38th Annual Snodeo that will be held at the George T. Hiltebrant Recreation Center on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, December 12, 13 and 14.
Anyone interested in making a donation is asked to contact Laurie Barkauskas at (315) 369-6983 ext. 23, or stop by the Old Forge Visitor Information Center.
The Central Adirondack Association would like to thank everyone who came to the Old Forge lakefront and celebrated the end of another wonderful summer season on Sunday, August 31st.
Thanks to all who helped support the CAA by purchasing a raffle ticket. Continue reading
The new bike racks that have been placed at various locations throughout Old Forge area were made possible through $4,200 in funds awarded to the Town of Webb through a Herkimer County Creating Healthy Places Complete Streets grant.
The grant was submitted on behalf of the Town by the CAP-21 community grants program for the purchase of bike racks, pedestrian crossing and informational signage. Continue reading
The Central Adirondack Association, at its Spring Fling held Thursday, July 19th at Northwoods Inn, honored Webb DPW employee Kent Massacar for his assistance with CAA events. Kent and his wife, Amy, were guests at the CAA Spring dinner meeting, where the award was presented by Kelly Greene, CAA president.
Kent Massacar, Town of Webb DPW, holds his Certificate of Appreciation, flanked by CAA President Kelly Greene, CAA Event Coordinator Laurie Barkauskus, and Mike Farmer.
The certificate reads as follows: “For extended and diligent service to The Central Adirondack Association far above regular responsibilities in conjunction with events at the George T. Hiltebrant Recreation Center.
Your competence and immediate, dedicated support has added value and prestige to CAA signature and partnered events. Without you, building maintenance and operations could not accommodate the wide variety of participants and activities at the Recreation Center.”
CAP-21 and the Central Adirondack Association would like to express our thanks and appreciation to Kate Russell of Mountain Greenery for her invaluable assistance for the winter hanging baskets that were recently taken down.