There is also the objective that the brand will set the tonality of all other communications and activities in the town of Indian Lake. It will develop a promise that the town is making to all outside persons and organizations that it is communicating with.
Working with the Indian Lake Town Board, Indian Lake Central School District, Indian Lake Chamber of Commerce, Hamilton County Tourism & Economic Development, and many local community clubs and businesses like the Snow Warriors, North Country Crafters and whitewater rafting companies, the ILCDC will serve as an umbrella agency ultimately providing fiscal opportunities to assist with economic development and planning for the town’s future.
The ILCDC Board of Directors includes the following volunteers: Sally Stanton, President; Brenda Valentine, Vice President; Bill Quinlivan, Secretary; Jim Erceg, Assistant Secretary; Bob Armstrong, Treasurer; Jack Valentine; Sarah Lewin; Tim Pine; Bill Murphy; Tracey Eldridge; and Ann Carroll.
Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at Indian Lake Town Hall at 6 p.m. and are opened to the public. All are encouraged to attend.
So, one might expect as spring takes a hold, nature will cause our rivers and lakes to swell. Let’s hope we emulate nature and see our community swell with purposeful growth and positive changes.
Christine Pouch is the president of the Indian Lake Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.