Here's a listing of what's going on in the community:

If you have a non-profit/community event that you would like added to our community calendar,

please email Chris O'Neil, Program Director for Froggy 100.3 or fax it in to 793-0838.


DEC: State Ban on Residential Brush Burning during High Fire-Risk Season

All residential brush burning is prohibited in smaller communities during the state's historically high fire-risk period from now through May 14, state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Joe Martens reminded New Yorkers today.

"This time of year has the most risk of fires and the risk is even greater this year due to the extremely mild winter we've seen across the state," Commissioner Martens said. "Since the open burning regulation passed in 2009, there have been fewer fires reported in New York state. In an effort to protect the health and safety of our children, families and our natural environment, we remind residents that brush burning is banned statewide beginning this week."

In 2009, New York toughened restrictions on open burning to reduce harmful air pollutants and help prevent wildfires. While the burn ban regulation allows residential brush burning for most of the year in towns with a populations of less than 20,000, it prohibits open burning in all communities during early spring when the bulk of New York's wildfires typically occur. The state regulation prohibits the burning of garbage at all times and in all places.

Several factors enable wildfires to start easily and spread quickly at this time, including the lack of green vegetation, abundance of available fuels such as dry grass and leaves, warm temperatures and wind.

Open burning is the largest single cause of wildfires in New York state. Data from DEC's Forest Protection Division shows that debris burning accounted for about 36 percent of wildfires in the state between 1985 and 2009, which is more than twice the next most-cited cause. In addition, from 2000 to 2009 New York's fire departments responded to an average of 2,300 wildfires each year from March 16 to May 14. That represents about 46 percent of all wildfires for the year.

Fire department data for 2010 and 2011 indicated a 26 percent reduction in wildfires during the burn ban period for those years when compared to the previous 10 years (2000-2009). In addition, 86 percent of all communities across the state had a reduction of wildfires compared with the previous five years.

Some towns are designated "fire towns" primarily in and around the Adirondack Park and Catskill Park. Under the Environmental Conservation Law, open burning is prohibited in these municipalities without a written permit from DEC. Open burning is prohibited at any time in these municipalities. To find out whether a town is a designated "Fire Town" and/or to obtain a permit, parties should contact a DEC regional office. For a directory of the DEC Regional Offices, visit the DEC website.

Violators of the open burning state regulation are subject to both criminal and civil enforcement actions, with a minimum fine of $500 for a first offense. To report environmental law violations call 1-800-TIPP DEC (1-800-847-7332), or report online on DEC's website.



Childrens Miracle Network Bowlathon will be held on April 25th, 2014 at King Pin Alley in South Glens Falls. Cost is $20 per person, with $10 going directly to Childrens Miracle Network. There will be bowling, music, raffles, and food.
 Don't miss the annual Lake George Half Marathon at Fort William Henry Resort in Lake George. You do not want to miss out on the 4th Annual Lake George Half Marathon, 5k Fun Run/Walk! All participants will receive a commemorative shirt, finish line party with live music and refreshments and all Half Marathoners will receive a customized "finisher's medal"!  The Point’s Justin will be participating in the 5k Fun Run/Walk can all are welcome to join him. For more information, visit
The Glens Falls 5k Walk for Kidneys is set on Sunday April 27th at Adirondack Community College.   Registration starts at 10am  Help raise awareness of Kidney Disease and show your support.  For more information on how to get involved call Carol LaFleur at 533-7880 or email her at
The Walk To End Alzheimers at Fort William Henry in Lake George.  2014 Adirondack Walk to End Alzheimer's Coordinator: Stefanie Bastien Phone: 518-867-4999, ext 304  Email:  Registration is at 12 Noon with the Walk/Run kicking off at 1pm!
The Hadley Luzerne Central School Class of 2016 Invites you to a Storybook Brunch on Saturday, May 10th.  Join the class at the 2016 at 9am for a delicious Brunch with items like Madeline's French Toast, Green Eggs & Ham, Three Bears Porridge and more...  also at 9am, there will be storybook characters, storytelling, skits, games, and a costume parade at noon.  Cost is $7 for an adult with one child free, each additional child is $5.
  In honor of the community and the men and women who serve, Moreau Animal Clinic is hosting a Rabies Vaccination Clinic , on May 10, 2014, from 10a-1p at the Moreau Emergency Squad Building, Rte 9, South Glens Falls, NY. Mark Yanus, DVM will be the attending veterinarian. Pet owners should bring their previously issued Rabies Certificates to verify the Rabies vaccination expiration date, which will determine whether the animal will receive a one year or three year vaccine. Dogs and cats must be at least 12 weeks of age. Cats must be in a carrier and dogs must be on a leash. The fee is $10 per dog or cat. Proceeds from the clinic will be donated to the Moreau Emergency Squad, Inc. For further information contact Moreau Animal Clinic at 792-6011. 


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