Cutting the ribbon on Main Street in North Creek on June 30
Photo by Phillip Sherotov.
continued Also on the podium were representatives from several of the new and expanded businesses.
Kathy Waite, who along with her husband Dave, recently opened Izzy’s Market & Deli, spoke of her love for the town and excitement at being part of such a dynamic and supportive business community.
Marko Schmale, owner of Whitewater Challengers, said that he was happy to be able to now include an adventure course and paintball center as part of his business.
A longtime resident, Schmale said he feels lucky because anything he does to enrich the community also benefits his family.
Steve Tomb, who co-owns the Adirondack Pedal Cab Company with Mike Smith, said he was thrilled by the local support and enthusiasm in the community and was looking forward to a busy summer servicing residents of North Creek and Lake George.
Laurie Arnheiter, owner of Hudson River Trading Company, had expanded into a new building with the Outlet Store.
Another longtime resident, Bulmer noted that 20 years ago Arnheiter had been an active participant in creating the action plan that established the vision and laid down the framework that played a key role in North Creek’s economic development and success.
Arnheiter said another committee has recently been formed to develop an action plan for the next 20 years, and that she was excited to be a part of establishing a vision and goals for the continuing growth and success of North Creek.
For more information about North Creek, visit www.gorechamber.com or call 251-2612.