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July 9, 2013

Letters to the Editor: July 9, 2013

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The Chateaugay 10-K Committee would like to gratefully thank all the sponsors, volunteers, registrants and generous donations that made the event an overwhelming success.

Specifically, we would like to recognize and thank the sponsors who made this event possible: Casella Organics, Kevin and Roberta O’Neill, Adirondack Energy, Noble Energy, Agri-Mark, Community Bank, Chateaugay Rotary Club, Chateaugay Fire Department, Chateaugay American Legion Auxiliary, Amber’s Hair Salon and Bub’s Enterprises.

We thank our many volunteers that helped at the registration tables, water stations and cleanup, in addition the excellent road patrol personnel who provided safety throughout the event, including Ricky Provost, Franklin County Emergency Services, Sheriff Mulverhill and the Sheriff’s Department, Dick Bolster and Franklin County Fire Police, Matt Helm and the Chateaugay Fire Department, State Police and Kirby Cook, Town of Chateaugay.

Lastly, we thank all the individuals who gave monetary donations and a very generous donation from T.D.

BILLY JONES

And the Chateaugay 10-K Committee


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Slow-pitch booklet

TO THE EDITOR: The Advertisement Booklet for 23rd-annual Slow-Pitch Tournament, hosted by AuSable Forks

Volunteer Fire Department, is completed and will be ready for distribution from July 19 to 21 at Billy Mitchell Memorial Field.

On behalf of the Fire Department, I would like to thank the generous North Country residents, as well as natives of the area who moved out of state, and businesses for so kindly 

sponsoring an ad in the booklet, which will be viewed by an abundance of dedicated fans during this fun-filled, three-day community event.

I am very pleased to announce that your continued sponsorship has allowed me to exceed my set goal by more than $1,500. Proceeds generated from the booklet will be disbursed to assist the Fire Department with fire and rescue equipment, fire-prevention programs, Christmas dinner at the Fire Station, the annual Christmas in the Forks holiday event and a Christmas movie for children and family to enjoy at Hollywood Theatre.

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