To the News Enterprise:
The Indian Lake Main Street Revitalization Sub-Committee would like to thank the organizations, individuals and businesses including the Town of Indian Lake, Chamber of Commerce and Pines Country Store who helped make the Historic Walking Tour and “Have a Seat-Indian Lake” inauguration successful.
The projects were also successful due to the participation of 13 historic Main Street property owners and to date, 15 “Have a Seat-Indian Lake” sponsors. The Sub-Committee’s vision is to revitalize and enhance the Town of Indian Lake Main Streets and to create a positive environment for businesses and the community.
Bill Farber, chairman of the Hamilton County Board of Supervisors, and Sally Stanton, chairperson of the Indian Lake Planning Committee and member of the Town Board, joined the group of well wishers during the inauguration ceremony. A special thanks to the Indian Lake Theater for hosting the ceremony and Marty’s Chili Nights Restaurant for coordinating and hosting the Adirondack Country Tasting. The Tasting went off without a hitch, thanks to dishes prepared by The Pig Deli II, Prospect Point, Jane and Cathy’s Restaurant, Cedar River Golf Club, Indian Lake Restaurant and Tavern, Marty’s Chili Nights Restaurant and Christine Pouch. Nancy and Walt greeted over 60 tour goers who stopped by to sample the delicious dishes that were popular in the area during the early 1900s.
Thanks also to Robin Jay of the Our Town Theater Group for donating the period clothing worn by several tour greeters during the inaugural event. Tour greeters included Jodie Seymour, Penny and Evelyn Harr, Chamber of Commerce President, Christine Pouch and Revitalization Committee members Nancy Strader, Temple and Annelies Taylor, Nancy Harding and Beverly Cannan.
Historic Walking Tour brochures are available in the Chamber of Commerce, Town Hall and Library.
Brenda Valentine, Chairperson
Indian Lake Main Street Revitalization Sub-Committee