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AuSABLE FORKS — Tahawus Lodge Center in Au Sable Forks is thanking its local partners for support of the roster of activities planned for the TLC Discovery Program this summer.
TLC's art and educational programs are made possible in part by Casella Waste Systems, Community Bank, Stewarts Shops and the Arts Council for the Northern Adirondacks CAP grant supported by the Essex County Board of Supervisors.
TLC continues to transform its historic building on Main Street into galleries and studios that are flexible, entertaining, exciting gathering places for daytime and evening activities, where the art world and the village community take on innovative projects and share results.
This summer, residents and visitors, youth to seniors, can explore a variety of new activities on the second and third floors of TLC, including classes in dance, art, science and film.
More information is available on the TLC website, www.TahawusLodgeCenter.org. Scholarship aid is available for workshop participation. Call 646-734-7151 for information. All classes are subject to enrollment.
Pre-registration recommended for all classes. The fee for becoming a supporting member of TLC is $15 for individuals and $30 for families.
PLATTSBURGH — P.J. Whitbeck of Plattsburgh, vice president of operations, and Ken Jubin of Lake Placid, licensed sales associate with Coldwell Banker Whitbeck Associates, recently attended the Coldwell Banker Generation Blue Experience at the Ernest L. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans.
The convention brought together thousands of international members of the Coldwell Banker system for an intensive professional-development program and awards ceremony.
"It's essential to embrace and understand the newest trends, technologies and best practices so that we can continue to serve as trusted real-estate advisors and professionals," said Whitbeck.