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May 4, 2014

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Attractions the #AdirondackCoastChair will be visiting include the Hearts Delight Farm Exhibit at Miner Institute, SUNY Plattsburgh Art Museum, Bluff Point Golf Resort, Elfs Farm Winery & Cider House, Baggs Landing The Kayak Shack, Ausable Chasm, Babbie Rural & Farm Learning Museum, Amazing Grace Vineyard, North Star Underground Railroad Museum and Country Dreams Farm

Events it will be appearing at include The Biggest Loser Run/Walk, Museum Days, Rulfs Orchard Strawberry Festival, The Clinton County Fair, EVP Beach Volleyball Tour, The Adirondack Coast Summer Wine Tour, First Weekends, Battle of Plattsburgh Bicentennial Commemoration, Rockeater Adventure Race and The Adirondack Coast Wine, Cider and Food Festival.

Conference attended

PLATTSBURGH — Dena Archer, LMT and owner of Archer Bodyworks, recently attended the American Massage Therapy Association conference in Tarrytown.

While there, she attended a class on Pediatric Massage: Highlighting Massage for Children with Autism and ADD/ADHD taught by Tina Allen.

She also took a class with Eric Stephenson on deep tissue work for orthopedic conditions. 

New office

WILMINGTON — ACO Property Advisors Inc. has opened an office in Wilmington where it will provide real-estate brokerage and consulting services.

ACO has extensive experience in the second-home market and throughout the Adirondack Region.

For more information, visit www.whitefacerealestate.com or contact Rarilee Conway at 524-0493.

‘Green up’ project

PLATTSBURGH — The Advocacy and Resource Center and Pi Kappa Phi are once again teaming up to “green up” a section of the City of Plattsburgh. For the second year in a row, the groups are working together on a clean-up project designated by the city.

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