Admission is $2. For more information, or to make reservations, call Kelsey at 523-2445, Ext. 108.
Business After Hours is open to members of the North Country Business Council, North Country Chamber of Commerce and all partner chambers. The council is a division of the North Country Chamber. Non-members of the NCBC or any partner members may contact the council for a guest pass.
LAKE PLACID — Before a group of about 150 Mirror Lake Inn Resort and Spa employees, James Phelps, president and CEO of AAA Northway, presented the Lake Placid resort with its 29th consecutive AAA Four-Diamond Award. The View Restaurant at the inn was similarly presented by Phelps with its sixth consecutive AAA Four Diamond designation.
Only one other property in the state (located in Manhattan) has maintained the AAA Four Diamond Award as long as Mirror Lake Inn.
Only five percent of AAA’s 30,000 rated lodges achieve AAA Four Diamond status, and there are fewer than 100 nationwide that have held the Four Diamonds as long as 29 years. In addition, just two percent of 29,000 rated restaurants have the Four Diamonds.
The View and Mirror Lake Inn offer the only combination of Four Diamond lodging and dining in Lake Placid.
Owners Ed and Lisa Weibrecht live nearby and have overseen the Inn since 1976 with their daily, hands-on approach. Currently, there are 11 members of the staff with more than 20 years of experience at Mirror Lake Inn. There are 18 staff with more than 10 years and 17 with more than five years.
TICONDEROGA — The Ticonderoga Federal Credit Union (TFCU) will host an Estate Planning and Asset Management Seminar covering today’s legal guidelines and presented by John Breitenbach. The complimentary workshop will take place Wednesday, July 31, at 6:30 p.m., at the Best Western Plus in Ticonderoga.
John Breitenbach will present general legal guidelines for basic estate planning and asset management that everyone, regardless of age or financial situation, should have. Breitenbach will examine the basic legal documents necessary to protect and manage assets, direct their orderly disposition and address health-care concerns including Last Will and Testament, Power of Attorney, Trusts, and a Health Care Proxy/Living Will.