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Cullen Rose makes his award-winning moose call during the 2012 Great Adirondack Moose Festival with emcee Ed Kanze by his side at the Indian Lake Theater. The festival will be held Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 28-29. For more information, visit www.indian-lake.com.

Cullen Rose makes his award-winning moose call during the 2012 Great Adirondack Moose Festival with emcee Ed Kanze by his side at the Indian Lake Theater. The festival will be held Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 28-29. For more information, visit www.indian-lake.com. Photo by Andy Flynn.

Have you seen the map created by the Indian Lake Community Development Corporation? Maps are displayed at Pine’s Country Store, Byron Park and Blue Mountain Lake beach. I have heard from reliable sources the map is driving business to our local establishments. A big thank you goes out to this group of volunteers who created the map and the advertisers who took out ads to pay for printing. Maps are available at display locations and at the Indian Lake Chamber of Commerce.

And, don’t our planters around town look great? Thanks to the Indian Lake Garden Club we have barrels of flowers that surpass other town’s plantings. We appreciate the volunteers who water, nurture and protect our flowers throughout the season.

The Fish & Game Club and Blue Mountain Lake Association provide a wealth of support to the Great Adirondack Moose Festival by offering to guide hikes and an old fashioned turkey shoot. They are helping to provide a purely Adirondack experience for our many visitors.

The County Christmas Tour is gearing up to offer our visitors another exceptional opportunity to purchase hand-made, exquisite Adirondack crafts over Thanksgiving weekend. We are grateful for the North Country Crafters and Country Christmas Tour organizers for their encouragement and promotion dedicated to promoting our local artisans and their work.

The Indian Lake Chamber of Commerce continues to make great strides by providing tourism support, marketing and business development assistance to the area. More volunteers are welcome – we are currently seeking four individuals to serve as volunteer board members. If interested, please contact the chamber at indianlakechamber@frontiernet.net.

Our biggest thanks are to our local citizens who volunteer for the Indian Lake and Blue Mountain Lake Volunteer Fire Department and Ambulance Corp. Thank you for being on call to protect and save all of us. These volunteers put in countless hours of their time to attend classes and trainings to be our lifesavers. Training classes are currently underway.

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