News and Announcements

MSS Minnow Poster

E-mail sent by Inlet Information Office, Saturday, June 24th, 2017 @ 10:35am

Please print, hang & share!

Thank you!
 

The Adirondacks' Greatest Race!

E-mail sent by IABA, Thursday, June 15th, 2017 @ 9:30am

Inlet and Indian Lake have much to be proud of after making the 22nd Annual Black Fly Challenge the best one yet... The cooperation between our two towns, Hamilton County and the NYS Police and DEC is amazing!

An army of volunteers stuffed race bags in record time, made registration easy for the racers, directed lots of traffic, manned busy water stations, operated the race communications network, staffed EMS operations, swept the course, served huge amounts of beer and food, coordinated shuttles and the list goes on.

The Inlet and Indian Lake Highway and Parks departments did their usual great job of preparing the Moose River Plains road, Byron Park and Fern Park. And our indispensable Fire, Ambulance and Police departments could not have been more helpful.

The Inlet Info Office, Indian Lake Events & Activities Coordinator and Indian Lake Chamber of Commerce gathered well over 100 volunteers and coordinated countless details, as did presenting sponsor Pedals & Petals.

BFC 2017 was the best one yet because of everyone that helped, no matter how big or small their job was. The BFC race committee thanks every single one of you for helping make "The Adirondacks' Greatest Race" even better!

Check out the
Black Fly Challenge ~ Adirondack Mt Bike Race
Facebook page for photos and articles

Special thanks to AdirondackExperience.com for a live video feed of the race start and lots of great photos.

Ping Pong Ball Drop - Last One?

E-mail sent by Inlet Information Office, Wednesday, June 7th, 2017 @ 2:46pm

July 4th will be the 40th year of the Ping Pong Ball Drop.

As many of you know, the ping pong balls were not dropped by a seaplane last year.  I have had conversations with a few other pilots, and even though there is interest, none of them are available on the Fourth of July.  Last year we tossed the balls from the back of the Parks Department's UTV.  In 2013 we estimated there were 672 children, 833 in 2014, 801 in 2015 and 631 in 2016.  Lots of factors determine the number of children - weather, day of the week, etc. - but I have a feeling this number will not  if we can not find an exciting way to drop the balls this year.  

We have had many ideas presented to us: Shoot them from a cannon!, Try a leaf blower (tried this one, ping pong balls are very light and will not travel far without a constant force), How about a huge fan? (afraid this will also blow sticks and debris and we really do not want anyone to get poked in the eye), Drone? (anyone have a drone that is capable of carrying a bag of ping pong balls and then dropping them or know where to get one?), Helicopter? (anyone have a helicopter or know where to get one?), hot air balloon? (same question?)...

We do have one idea that we might be able to pull off.  How about a 7' helium balloon lifting a basket that is rigged to drop the balls?  I found someone willing to try to make the basket, and I know where to get the helium, we just need to purchase the huge balloon.

Or maybe we should talk to the Old Forge Fire Department and see if they will bring their ladder truck over?  Or do will simply toss the balls from the back of the UTV again and make this the last ping pong ball drop?

OK, so attached is the letter I send out every year asking for donations towards the Ping Pong Ball Drop.  As the letter says, monetary donations are used to purchase novelty toys.  The money also helps buys sodas and snacks for prizes and replacement ping pong balls when necessary.  This year, some of the money may need to be used to purchase a really big balloon.  Deadline for contributions is one week from today - June 14, 2017. 

If you have any ideas, or if you have any questions contact me at 315-357-5501 or info@inletny.com

Thanks,
Adele

BFC Bag Stuffing Tuesday June 6, 6pm

E-mail sent by IABA, Saturday, June 3rd, 2017 @ 12:52pm

For the June IABA 'meeting' we'll be stuffing 900 bags for Black Fly Challenge racers, 6pm Tuesday at Inlet Town Hall. Food and beverages will be provided compliments of BFC and Screamen Eagle. 

BFC major sponsors ($200 & up) are welcome to bring promo material for the bags such as cards, brochures, fliers or product samples.

And don't forget that Inlet Volunteer Emergency Services is doing the food on race day. IVES will need lots of help doing prep on Thursday & Friday and then for set up, serving and clean up on Saturday June 10.

This is a big fundraiser for IVES so please consider volunteering, donating or both. Contact Susan Lockyer <slockyer@twcny.rr.com> to ask how you can help. Thank you for supporting the Adirondacks' Greatest Race!

Black Fly Challenge Volunteers Needed

E-mail sent by IABA, Wednesday, May 31st, 2017 @ 6:59pm

The 22nd Annual Black Fly Challenge will finish at Inlet's Fern Park on Saturday June 10, and still needs some volunteers. Volunteer positions still needed are shown with question marks on the table below.

Inlet Volunteer Emergency Services is doing the food for this year's BFC and needs help as well as donations of salads, snacks and desserts. This is a big fundraiser for IVES and all help is greatly appreciated.

The BFC finish line party is lots of fun, featuring Showtime from 12noon-5pm. Volunteers are rewarded with food and drinks at the finish line party and/or afterward at Screamen Eagle and Indian Lake Restaurant.

Pre-Race 9am-1pm 2 Registration & packet pickup Wendy M 9-1, Jane S
Registration 1pm-5pm 2 Registration & packet pickup Lori S & Karen Z, Danicia 3-5, ?1-3
Friday @ P&P  5pm-9pm 3 Registration & packet pickup Lynn D 5-7, Danicia 7-9, ? + ?5-7


RACE DAY - Saturday June 10th

Shuttle Crew 7:15-8:00am 1 Direct Shuttle Riders Parking - Arrowhead Park ?
AM Shuttle 7:15-8:00am 2 Allow Only Paid Riders on Shuttle - Arrowhead Park ??
PM Shuttle 3:30-4pm 2 Allow Only Paid Riders on Shuttle - Community Church ??
         
Raffle Crew 8:30-10 4 Sell Bike Raffle Tix at Byron Park in Indian Lake ????
Spotting Station 11:45am - 3:30pm 1 Limekiln Road at Murdock Trucking Andrew + ?
Results & 11:30am - 3:30pm   Results by Mid-Atlantic Timing -
Finish Line 11:30am - 3:30pm 1 Results Supervisor Ted
  12-3:30pm 2 Runoff Crew - keep runoff clear & racers out of road ??
  12-3:30pm 1 Results Runner (btwn stage & finish line)  ?
Parking at Fern Park > 11am-2pm 2 Direct Parking Traffic Bill Keener + ?
Photography 10am-3pm   Racer Pics Pat Hendrick
  9:30-10:30am 2 Staging & Start pics & video ??
  12-3:30pm 2 Finish Line & Awards pics & video ??

SS Minnow

E-mail sent by Inlet Information Office, Tuesday, May 30th, 2017 @ 12:25pm

Summer is almost here!

Notes from the May 10, 2017 IABA Social

E-mail sent by Inlet Information Office, Wednesday, May 17th, 2017 @ 2:44pm

In attendance for the May 10, 2017 IABA Social at Mulligan's was: Dave Scranton, Jane Slack, Danicia Nerschook, Adele Burnett, Dennis Hudson, Reggie & Paul Chambers, Dave Winslow, Sharon Miller, Marsha Irish, Scott Irish-Bronkie, Henry Bronkie, Lynn Durkin, Tim Brownsell, Sue & Kevin Norris, Mitch Lee, Jeff Haynes, Cherie Landl, Howard Brainard, Darryl Hogan, Margie & Bruce O'Hara, Nancy Jennings, Connie Perry, Jerry Dupuis, Mark Mayer, John & Sarah Frey, Ted Christodaro, Anne Fletcher, Diane Doyle, Stephen Cole, Carrie Stallard, Garet Livermore, Britta & Devlin Hennessy, Taylor Lind.

Dave Scranton called the meeting to order a little after 7:00 p.m.  He welcomed everyone and then suggested the Secretary's and Treasurer's Reports be skipped for this meeting.

Membership Report: Danicia Nerschook stated that there are currently 36 paid members for 2017 and thanked those who have submitted payment.  She noted that DeerWoods Lodge is the "Featured IABA Business" for the month of May.  There is a page on InletNY.com for them (find it here) that is being shared through the IABA's and the Inlet Information Office's Facebook pages.  She encouraged all who are on Facebook to like and share the page which is currently pinned on the top of the IABA's Facebook page.  June's featured business will be Life in the ADKS.  Each paid IABA member that fills out the the Featured Business Blog form (attached) will be featured for one month on InletNY.com.  Danicia also spoke about a membership survey she is working on and hopes to get out to the members soon.  We want to know what you want and expect from the IABA.

New & Continuing Business: Ted Christodaro briefly spoke about the new website, stating that work continues on it and updates are made often.  Events have been featured and the carousel changes with the seasons.  He pointed out that all businesses will be listed, and encouraged contractors, etc. to submit their information to be listed.

Dave spoke about the Arrowhead Park Improvements that have been taking place.  He pointed out some of these improvements like the new walkways making accessibility to and from the lakefront easier, and the new changing rooms being added to the bathrooms.  John Frey thanked Bruce & Margie O'Hara for their many years dedicated to working on the Park Action Committee that helped the Town apply for the LWRP grant and continues to work on the master plan for Arrowhead Park.  John also mentioned the work being done to install a canoe and kayak dock on Sixth Lake.

Dave reminded everyone that CAP-21 will start the process of applying for Main Street or Rural Area Revitalization funds this summer for construction to begin in 2018, if there is sufficient interest within an identified area.  Contact CAP-21 as soon as possible if are considering any renovations or improvements to your business.  315-369-3353.

Upcoming Events:

  • Pizza Eating Contest @ Screamen Eagle - May 14
  • Otter Paddlesports Demo @ Frisky Otter Tours - May 19-21 (Free demos on Fourth Lake!!)
  • Health, Wellness & Holistic Weekend @ The Woods Inn - May 20 & 21 (Free admission! Lots going on! www.thewoodsinn.com)
  • Hamilton County Memorial Day Parade @ Inlet - May 29 (Paul Chambers is working on an IABA float for this event.  The IABA agreed to purchase banners of all paid IABA members to be displayed on the float.  A driver is needed to pull the trailer in the parade that starts at the Inlet Volunteer Emergency Services building at 2:00 and ends at Arrowhead Park where the American Legion will hold a ceremony with guest speaker Most Reverend Terry LaValley - Catholic Bishop Diocese of Ogdensburg - U.S. Navy Veteran.)
  • Bikes & Brews @ Old Forge, Inlet, Eagle Bay, Big Moose & Raquette Lake - June 2 & 3 (Follow their Facebook page to see what's going on.)
  • Black Fly Challenge@ Indian Lake & Inlet - June 10 (Volunteers are needed for this event.  We need people to help with Registration & Packet Pickup at Pedals & Petals Friday 9am-9pm in 2-hour slots, we need people at the Fern Park finish line to help with parking and traffic control 11am-2pm, we need a couple people in Arrowhead Park to check people off before they get on the morning shuttle 7:15-8:00 am then a couple people at Inlet Community Church to check people off before they get on the afternoon shuttle (3:30-4:00 pm.  If you want to help, contact Adele!)

Margie O'Hara and Jerry Dupuis spoke about "An Evening with the Symphony."  This event will take place on Friday, July 28.  They both stated that they are looking forward to this year's event and that the support from the community and the sponsors show that they are not alone.  Tickets will be available soon at the Inlet Information Office and the Town of Webb Visitor Center.  www.eveningwiththesymphony.com

Mitch Lee shared information that the Inlet Historical Society will be able to hire someone to keep the doors open at their building regular hours over the summer.  He noted that one of the most recent contributions to the society is the large image of One Square Mile of Hope with all of the pins in it that were used for counting the boats.  This will be on display for all to see.  He also stated that newspapers from the society will be distributed soon.  www.inlethistoricalsociety.org 

Dave thanked Mulligan's for hosting this social and stated that our next meeting will be a Bag Stuffing at the Inlet Town Hall on Tuesday, June 6 at 6:00 p.m.  We will be stuffing 900 bags for the Black Fly Challenge.  Refreshments will be served for anyone wishing to help!  There will be no meetings during July and August.

Main Street Program - Important!

E-mail sent by Inlet Information Office, Friday, May 12th, 2017 @ 10:50am

For those who may have missed this the first time, I am sending again the Statement of Interest Form.  The Central Adirondack Partnership (CAP-21) is interested in hearing from owners of commercial buildings and mixed-use properties as to their interest in participating in a New York State Main Street Program.  This program may provides up to 50% of building renovation and remediation costs for buildings within an identified core revitalization area.

The intent of the Main Street Program is to improve the appearance of the business district, promote downtown revitalization, and to boost additional private investment. The program also seeks to bring vacant storefronts and buildings back to life and to also create affordable rental housing within the core business district.

If you have any plans to do work on your buildings in the near future, you need to fill out this form and send it to CAP-21.  If there is enough interest, CAP-21 will apply for Main Street or Rural Area Revitalization funds this summer for construction to begin in 2018.

If you have any questions, you can contact me at 315-357-5501 or info@inletny.com or contact CAP-21 directly at 315-369-3353.

Adele

Meeting Minutes from Last Meeting 4.4.17

E-mail sent by IABA, Wednesday, May 10th, 2017 @ 3:27pm

Please see last notes minutes

IABA Spring Social: Wed 6pm at Inlet Golf Club

E-mail sent by IABA, Sunday, May 7th, 2017 @ 3:13pm

What: IABA Spring Social & Meeting
When: Wednesday May 10, 6p.m.
Where: Inlet Golf Club

Join us for complimentary hors d'oeuvres, a cash bar and a brief IABA meeting followed by a social hour overlooking the beautiful Inlet Golf Course.

Agenda items include:

  • Membership Report
  • Featured Business Blog Posts
  • The new InletNY.com website
  • Arrowhead Park Improvements 
  • Event Updates:
    • Frisky Otter Paddlesports Demo - May 19-21
    • Health, Wellness & Holistic Weekend at The Woods Inn - May 20-21
    • Memorial Day Parade - May 29 
    • Bikes & Brews - June 2 & 3
    • Black Fly Challenge - June 10

Clubhouse Bar Opens at 6pm; Meeting at 7-ish; Social Hour 'til 9pm.

All Inlet Area Business Community Members & Friends are Welcome

PLEASE JOIN US!

RSVPs appreciated but not necessary ~ reply to IABA@InletNY.com

Please Note: The Spring Social meeting replaces our regular first-Tuesday-of-the-month IABA meeting for May.

New York State Main Street Program

E-mail sent by Inlet Information Office, Friday, April 28th, 2017 @ 11:31am


The Central Adirondack Partnership (CAP-21) is interested in hearing from owners of commercial buildings and mixed-use properties (business and rental apartments), as to their interest in participating in a New York State Main Street Program. The NY Main Street program may provide up to 50% of building renovation and remediation costs for buildings within an identified core revitalization area. The intent of Main Street is to improve the appearance of the business district, promote downtown revitalization, and to boost additional private investment. The program also seeks to bring vacant storefronts and buildings back to life and to also create affordable rental housing within the core business district.

CAP-21 has administered successful Main Street programs in Old Forge and Inlet and is currently administering a Main Street project within the business district of Indian Lake. CAP-21 would like to gauge the need and interest for similar programs within Old Forge, Thendara, Eagle Bay, Inlet and Long Lake. CAP-21 is requesting property owners within these areas to complete a Main Street Letter of Interest (attached) and to return this to our office as soon as possible. Property owners may either email letters to info@cap-21.org fax to 315-369-3355, or mail to CAP-21, PO Box 642, Old Forge, NY 13420.  Please call us at 315-369-3353 if you need us to email you the letter of interest forms or if you have any questions about this program.

If there is sufficient interest, CAP-21 would apply for Main Street or Rural Area Revitalization funds this summer for construction to begin in 2018.

IABA Spring Social: May 10, 6pm at Inlet Golf Club

E-mail sent by IABA, Friday, April 28th, 2017 @ 11:10am

What: IABA Spring Social & Meeting
When: Wednesday May 10, 6p.m.
Where: Inlet Golf Club

Join us for complimentary hors d'oeuvres, a cash bar and a brief IABA meeting followed by a social hour overlooking the beautiful Inlet Golf Course.

Agenda items include:

  • Membership Report
  • Featured Business Blog Posts
  • The new InletNY.com website
  • Arrowhead Park Improvements 
  • Event Updates:
    • Frisky Otter Paddlesports Demo - May 19-21
    • Health, Wellness & Holistic Weekend at The Woods Inn - May 20-21
    • Memorial Day Parade - May 29 
    • Bikes & Brews - June 2 & 3
    • Black Fly Challenge - June 10

Clubhouse Bar Opens at 6pm; Meeting at 7-ish; Social Hour 'til 9pm.

All Inlet Area Business Community Members & Friends are Welcome

PLEASE JOIN US!

RSVPs appreciated but not necessary ~ reply to IABA@InletNY.com

Please Note: The Spring Social meeting replaces our regular first-Tuesday-of-the-month IABA meeting for May.

Peak to Brew Looking for Volunteers

E-mail sent by Inlet Information Office, Monday, April 17th, 2017 @ 9:20am

WHAT IS THE 'PEAK TO BREW (P2B)' RELAY?

The Peak to Brew Relay is the Northeast’s longest most scenic overnight Team-supported relay race at 220+ miles. Teams of 6-12 Runners and 1-2 Support Vans will traverse the course over 42 unique legs.  The 2017 relay is scheduled for August 11-12.

The course will take Teams through the heart of the Adirondack Park and some of the most beautiful areas in the Northeast. From an epic start at the summit of Whiteface Mountain Veterans Memorial Highway to an unforgettable finish and celebration at the historic Saranac Brewery, the Peak to Brew Relay is one of the most unique and challenging events in the Northeast.

The 2017 Peak to Brew Relay will be the 3rd anniversary of the event and teams and runners will experience an amazing course and venues at each Major Exchange.  At the finish Teams will be rewarded with a post-race party hosted by Saranac Brewery.

BE A VOLUNTEER (AKA member of the 'BREW CREW'!!)

Join the ‘Brew Crew’ and become part of the AWESOME team of volunteers that makes this event possible. Volunteering for the Peak to Brew Relay gives you a chance to help make sure that the teams have a fun and safe time as they make their way along the course.  This is also a great way to give back to the local community and organizations involved in the event.  Without you this event wouldn’t be possible. THANK YOU for your time and support! You ROCK!

Because the race is 220+ miles long we need a small 'army' of volunteers to help in a lot of different ways, primarily at the 41 runner exchange areas. Oh! Did we mention that the Peak to Brew is an OVERNIGHT relay race? That means that we need volunteers to cover shifts around the clock for the duration of the race. If this sounds like fun to you, get some of your friends together and sign up for a night shift. If not, no worries, we have plenty of daytime shifts available as well.

Brew Crew members are also invited to join the extraordinary post-race party at the Saranac Brewery in Utica.

See http://p2brelay.com/partners/volunteers/ for more information and how to register.  Volunteer registration will open in June.

The following exchanges are the three we feel would make most sense for people in the Inlet area:

Exchange #21: Eagle Bay Village (Eagle Bay, NY) from 8/11/17 10:15 PM to 8/12/17 2:15 AM

Exchange #22: Fern Park (Inlet, NY) from 8/11/17 10:45 PM to 8/12/17 2:30 AM

Exchange #23: DEC Third Lake Creek Trailhead Parking (Old Forge, NY) from 8/11/17 11:30 PM to 8/12/17 3:15 AM

Our goal is 2-3 volunteers at each exchange.  Just like last year, runners will be passing through the Inlet late on Friday night and well 

into the overnight hours.

Bikes & Brews - If you signed up you need to respond!

E-mail sent by Inlet Information Office, Monday, April 10th, 2017 @ 7:54pm

If you told me that you wanted to participate in Bikes and Brews, you need to tell me what you are planning so I can start promoting our area.

If you check out the Facebook page you will see that many of the Old Forge businesses are listed noting what they are offering.  I want to start sharing what will be happening in the Inlet/Eagle Bay/Big Moose/Raquette Lake area, but I need information from you!!

Thanks!
Adele

IABA Meeting

  • Tuesday, April 4th, 2017 at 6:30pm - 8pm
    Location: Screamen Eagle Pizza

    Regular monthly meeting & gathering.

    Items on the agenda include (but are not…

    • 8 people attended

Looking for Abstracts

E-mail sent by Inlet Information Office, Saturday, March 25th, 2017 @ 10:49am

Over the last few years, the Inlet Historical Society has done a few programs about Inlet’s business people and their buildings; most recently The Gaiety Theater (Tamarack Cafe), The Woods Inn, and Keith’s Diner.  This work would not have been possible without the generosity of prior and current owners letting the IHS copy their abstracts of title.  These abstracts provides the society with the history of ownership of your business’s property and saves considerable time developing the story of the life of your building within the Town of Inlet.

Charlie Herr has contacted some of you for assistance. Please take this not so busy period to bring your abstract to the Information Office for copying.  Many of our buildings exist today because of the founding of the business district in the 1910s.  The Inlet Historical Society hopes to be able to use your information in some of their future programs sharing the history of our town.

Thank you for your assistance.
Adele

Minutes from March 7, 2017

E-mail sent by Inlet Information Office, Saturday, March 11th, 2017 @ 5:57pm

Attached are the minutes from our March 7, 2017 meeting.  Thank you, Devlin for filling in for Britta to take these while she was absent!

Our next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, April 4, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. at The Toboggan Inn.  Hope to see you there!

Community Pride Day - Shirt deadline is April 7th!

E-mail sent by Inlet Information Office, Saturday, March 11th, 2017 @ 5:37pm

Hello!

I am planning to order over 1,000 shirts again for this year's Community Pride Day.  All sponsors of $30 will be listed on the shirts.  Sponsors of $100 can have their logo on the shirts.  Sponsorship form is attached.  Please return by April 7th, or you will not be listed on the shirts.  (My two-week spring break starts April 8th)  If you are planning to help clean up that day and give us your shirts size by April 7th, we can guarantee there will be a shirt for you that fits!

Community Pride Day is Wednesday, May 3rd.  On this day, business owners, residents and students are encouraged to come out and clean up the streets with us.  Clean up will be taking place in Arietta, Big Moose, Blue Mountain Lake, Eagle Bay, Indian Lake, Inlet, Lake Pleasant, Long Lake, Morehouse, Old Forge, Raquette Lake, Speculator, Thendara & Wells.

Also, we asked ninth grade students to submit designs for this year's shirt.  We selected four to be voted on, and posted them on Inlet's Facebook page www.facebook.com/inletny.  The one with the most LIKEs at 10:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 4th will be the winner.  Please be sure to LIKE your favorite.

If you have any questions, let me know!
Adele

Bikes & Brews - Last Chance!

E-mail sent by Inlet Information Office, Friday, March 10th, 2017 @ 1:40pm

I will be attending another meeting for the upcoming Bikes & Brews in the ADK on Tuesday, March 14.  During this meeting we will finalize the list of participants, so we can begin printing posters.

If you wish to participate, please let me know before Tuesday.

Participating in the Inlet area so far:

  • Adirondack Reader
  • ADK Shirt Factory
  • Duffy's at the Glenmore
  • Fourth Lake Wine & Spirits
  • French Louie ADK Sports
  • Great Pines
  • Jack Greco's Adirondack Furniture
  • Little Fox
  • Marina Motel
  • Screamen Eagle Pizza
  • Raquette Lake Navigation
  • The Woods Inn

Reminder - all you have to do to participate is offer something you think the bikers will like.  Could be live music, you could sell biker gear or something that says Bikes & Brews in the ADK on it, you could have an activity at your place (tattoo judging contest, biker gear fashion show, Coors Light Girls, etc.) or you could host a vendor at your place who offers something the bikers would like.  Most of these bikers are on their way to Americade.  Let's give them a reason to visit us first!

The meeting is at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, March 14th at The TOW Bar.  Anyone who wishes to join us is most welcome.

Check out (and LIKE) the Facebook page Bikes & Brews Thunder in Old Forge & Inlet

Adele

Featured Business

E-mail sent by Inlet Information Office, Thursday, March 9th, 2017 @ 12:16pm

Attached is a revised Business Blog Form.  If you have already filled this out and handed it in, no worries.  You are all set!  If you have not, please use this new form and send in!

Inlet's new website is live, and something we wish to do soon on the site is feature one of the IABA's paid members.  The featured business will be posted on InletNY.com and will be shared on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.  The IABA is also working with the Weekly Adirondack to run a regular IABA article in their paper that will highlight the featured business.  We would like to have enough paid businesses to fill out the forms so we can run this article twice a month.

If you have any questions, let me know.

Adele

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