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Showing legislators through the ‘Wild Walk’ display, one of dozens of attractions at Adirondack Day, is Hillarie Logan-Dechene of the Wild Center in Tupper Lake (center). Listening to her presentation are state Senate Majority Coalition Leader Dean Skelos (center right), Town of Chester Supervisor Fred Monroe (left) and state Sen. Betty Little of Queensbury (right). Staged in the Legislative Office Building in Albany on April 29, Adirondack Day hosted dozens of exhibitors and vendors to raise awareness among
lawmakers and their staffers about life within the Blue Line as well as Adirondack culture, commerce and history.

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NY legislators get a taste of Adirondack culture, amenities & issues

Whether it was the gourmet food or microbrew beer, a crowd of legislators and their staffers were drawn to the Adirondack Day expo held April 29 in the state Legislative Office Building — giving Adirondack advocates an opportunity to lobby for their concerns of economic vitality, sustainability and support for family farms.


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