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January 19, 2013

Family Fare: Jan. 19, 2013

Dinner Sunday to benefit American Cancer Society

CHAMPLAIN — “The POBs,” a local Relay for Life team, is sponsoring a spaghetti dinner to benefit the American Cancer Society from noon to 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 20.

The dinner, which will be held at the VFW Post 1418 at 600 St. Johns Road in Champlain, is served with tossed salad and a dinner roll. The cost is $8.

Entries sought for 18th Ice Palace Building Contest 

SARANAC LAKE — The 18th-annual Ice Palace Building Contest is open to all elementary-, middle- and high-school students in the Tri-Lakes area.

All students are invited to use their creativity in constructing their own version of the famous Saranac Lake Ice Palace. Palaces may be no wider than 3 feet and must be placed on a firm base. Any materials can be used for construction. Contestants should bring their finished palaces to contest sponsor Rob Grant and Associates Real Estate office at 43 Broad St. by Wednesday, Jan. 30, for judging on Jan. 31. 

Winners from each category will receive an engraved trophy and have their names displayed on the windows of the Real Estate office during Winter Carnival week. All honorable mentions will receive a ribbon and certificate. Winners will be announced Friday, Feb. 1. 

For more information, contact Rob Grant and Associates Real Estate at 891-3745 or robgrant@northnet.org.

 

 

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