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Happy New Year!
It still isnt too late to sign up for the Community Class being offering on International Cooking on Wednesdays, from 6:30-8 pm. The first class is Wednesday, Jan. 9. Teresa Morrison from the Lucky Leprechaun is teaching the class. If you are interesting please call Pam at 582-3341. We are looking for interested people wanting to be part of our Community Class for Adirondack Crafts. We are looking for teachers and students. You can come and teach just one craft, or more than one. If you are interested, please call the school at 582-3341. Please let Mr. Hults know if you are interested in housing an international student for the 2008-2009 school year. Chamber of Commerce meeting Jan. 16. Andy Stengrevics has scheduled a piano tuner to come to town on Wednesday, Jan. 9. It will depend on how many households request his services. Folks should call Andy (582-2092) for more information. Anyone wanting to reserve the Fire Hall can call the Rescue Building and talk to our EMTs team. The number is 4712. Dance Sevillana!
Sundays, Beginning Jan. 6 at the Newcomb Town Hall at 6 p.m. Sevillana Dance is an old folk dance, danced by couples of all ages and sexes during celebrations (fiestas or ferias), often by whole families and 'pueblos'. Sevillana choreography is very stable, and knowing it is very useful, since it is a fiesta dance. This is why learning flamenco usually starts with this particular dance: it is easy to reach a particular level and there are many occasions for practice and training. It is an attainable skill to young and old, whether you have dance experience or none at all! If you can walk you can dance Sevillana. Its also a great way to lose weight as well as socialize! $4 for adults, $2 for students. Refreshments provided. Call Michelle @ 582-2008 for more information. Help Wanted: Summer 2008
Newcomb Youth Program positions available: Camp Director -Bachelors Degree, or 21 years of age -Previous administrative or supervisory experience in camping or equivalent experience -Possess CPR for the professional rescuer, ARC life guarding, W.S.I., and RTE - Ability to train, supervise and direct staff - Pre-camp planning will be required Assistant Director - 21 years of age -Previous administrative or supervisory experience in camping -Possess CPR for the professional rescuer, ARC life guarding, W.S.I., and RTE - Out of camp trip experience a plus - Pre-camp planning will be required Send letter of interest by January 20, 3008 to: Newcomb Youth Commission,P.O. Box 405, Newcomb, NY 12852; Attn: Jennifer Fifield Congratulations!
We are pleased to welcome the newest Newcomb family member: Rowan Kathryn Hai. Born Dec. 20, 2007, 6 pounds 13 ounces, 20 1/2 inches long. Rowan joined us a few days early. Toward the end, we spent several weeks of some suspense from low amniotic fluid levels and much testing; all's well that ends in a healthy baby and mom. We are doing well and hope your holidays and new year are wonderful! - Stacy, Paul, Lauren, and Rowan Hai Newcomb Friends Near and Far By Marvin Bissell
Dorothy Bodkin, 82, died 18 Dec. 2007. She and Harold had a camp on Goodnow Flow for many years. Then Harold died in 1996 and she moved to Glens Falls.They may have moved before that. Harold worked at the Lake Harris campsite before he got his bad back. Douglas Duffy, 75, died 11 Dec. 2007. He worked in Tahawus for 33 years, 1956-1989. Moved to Minerva in 1963. Thoughts, Prayers, Casseroles and Cards
Remember all of our men and women serving in the armed services. Lots of people have been and are ill, some in and out of the hospital. Keep in touch with the following folks: Emmett and Pam McLoughlin are spending the winter in Leeds; Scott VanAuken; Family of Ted Bush; and Andy Blanchette. Share with the Tattler: Sandy Bureau: e-mail bureaus@frontiernet.net , or call my home phone 582-2266 and leave a message. Write Box 193, Newcomb, NY 12852, or catch me around town.

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