PERU -- K. Joe Channell of Plattsburgh scored a hole-in-one Sunday at Adirondack Golf & Country Club. He used an Adam's 7 iron to ace his tee shot on the 130-yard 14th hole.

Jeff Ratliff, Jim Dubrey and Bob Smith witnessed the gem.

DANNEMORA -- The Dannemora Fun Golf League will hold an organizational meeting Wednesday, at 3 p.m., at the American Legion Post 20 home on the Quarry Road.

If you plan to play but cannot attend the meeting, call Bob, Rich or Jerry before April 25.

PLATTSBURGH -- Arnie's Restaurant won the second half of the season in the Adirondack Mixed League at North Bowl Lanes.The roll-off for the overall season championship will take place on Thursday evening.

Team members include Kristie Kipp, Bonnie Jarvis, Dan Balantine and Dianne Trowbridge, Captain.

ROUSES POINT -- The North Country Golf Club is open for the season with conditions favorable. The pro shop is open daily from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. The restaurant will open May 4.

CHAMPLAIN -- Final registration for the Rouses Point, Champlain and the town of Champlain summer sports programs will be Friday. Town residents ages 4-16 are eligible for baseball, softball and t-ball.

For Champlain, contact Tammy Kelsey, at 298-5584; for Rouses Point, Jan Letourneau, at 297-6921. For all other programs, contact Linda Fredette, at 297-6824.

PLATTSBURGH -- The Algonquin Chapter of the Adirondack Mountain Club (ADK) lists following outings, which are free and open to the public.

Wednesday -- Weekly Walk About Town. Meet at 3 p.m. on the steps of City Hall for an hour's walk around a Plattsburgh neighborhood. Open to the public and leashed dogs are welcome.

Saturday -- Hike on Coon Mountain, Westport. Easy, great views. Call by April 26. Leader: Peter Galvani, 561-5054.

Sunday -- Walking tour of Miner Institute Flat Rock lands in West Chazy. This trip will be led by James C. Dawson, Professor of Earth and Environmental Studies. It is a 7- to 8-mile loop. The deadline to sign up is April 26. Call Ann Novoselec, 846-7098, for details.

Friday, May 4 -- The monthly meeting of the Algonquin Chapter of the ADK will feature a presentation by Phil Brown, editor of Adirondack Explorer. Mr. Brown will offer a Power Point presentation of his new book, "Bob Marshall in the Adirondacks," based on nearly 40 writings by Bob Marshall, the wilderness preservationist and early 46er. Signed copies of Phil Brown's book on Bob Marshall will be available. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the second-floor auditorium of the Old Clinton County Courthouse, corner of Margaret and Court Streets. The program begins at 7:45. Both the meeting and presentation are free and open to the public.


This informative presentation will feature time for questions and handouts will be provided. The purpose of the program is to provide useful information that will better prepare youth sports coaches to assist their athletes in having a safe and enjoyable athletic experience.

Pre-Registration is required. Call the Clinton County Youth Bureau at 565-4750 to register or for more information.

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