Business should be up as normal for the village office in its new home. I didn't hear any horror stories, so I hope this is a case of no news is good news and the transition was made smoothly. Again the new address is 58 Liberty St. in Keeseville.
Coming up this Sunday, Sept. 26, from noon to 7 p.m. at the Krazy Horse Saloon in Plattsburgh will be a benefit for Roy Hurd. Now I realize this is not in Keeseville and Roy is not a Keeseville resident, but Roy Hurd has many times used his musical talents to help others in need, including in Keeseville, on numerous occasions.
Recently the Hurd home was destroyed in a fire, which also destroyed most of his musical equipment. This was a financial loss for Hurd as insurance in the home does not cover business equipment, which means as a professional musician, his instruments. To help him rebuild his professional gear, at least 16 local acts will be performing throughout the day for a donation of $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and younger. Food and refreshments will be available for purchase throughout the entire event. As Hurd is a very respected musician in the area, many impressive talents will be performing that day so please come out and enjoy the great music and help such a wonderful and giving talent in our community.
The very active Chesterfield Fish and Game Club will have another work party coming up this weekend both Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 25 and 26, for the purpose of working on the roof. The club requests you e-mail them if you can attend and please bring your own tools.
Some of our seasonal food attractions are closing up for the winter. This past weekend saw the end of Big Daddy's BBQ for this year. Mac's Ice Cream Stand will be closing down for the season in a couple of weeks, so now is the time to stop in for a last chance for the fine treats before they close for the winter. In honor of the season they now have apple cider shakes.