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Representing the Sports Persons of the Adirondacks

 Adirondack Conservation Council


The Adirondack Conservation Council
Is Sponsoring a "Sportsman's Rally" and Fund Raiser

In support of reopening and keeping open the roads and waters of the State lands in the Adirondacks. Funds raised at this event will be used to assist the Town of Horicon and others involved in legal action against New York State for their violations of state constitution, laws, etc. and their illegal closing of these roads. The Adirondacks belong to every citizen and taxpayer of New York, and all should be allowed equal access to and use of all these lands. All types of recreation should be allowed including, but not limited to, horseback riding, mountain biking, snowmobiling, ATV riding, fishing, hunting, trapping, motor boat use, seaplane use, and motorized use by the elderly, disabled, or handicapped.

Enabling more access to and use of roads throughout all state lands will greatly improve the recreational opportunities and economics of every town for all Four Seasons of the year!

Also, state agencies must comply with the state constitution and laws, plus federal laws. Your future, the future of your family, and the heritage of your ancestors depends on this.

A Sportsman's Rally and Fund Raiser
Shall be held at the Schroon Lake Fish & Game Club

Hoffman Road, Schroon Lake, Essex County, New York
August 16, 2003
Chicken Barbeque, door prizes, etc.
Noon till 5 PM

Tickets: Adults (12 and older) $20.00

Child (5 to 12) $10.00

All snowmobilers, ATV-ers, and all other Adirondack users and recreationalists are invited to attend.
Please help publicize this event to all your friends, fellow club members, and business owners. Please make copies of this letter and distribute it at all meetings and in your stores and shops. If you would like to help or need more information, please contact one of those listed below. The next committee meeting will be at 0900 on 22 June at the Schroon Lake Fish & Game Club.
Gene Terry, President
9440 State Rte. 4
Whitehall, N.Y. 12887
Jim Monroe, V.P.
2511 Pauline Ave.
Schenectady, N.Y. 12306
Ted Galusha, Sec.
P.O. Box 385
Warrensburg, N.Y. 12885
Don Sage, Tres.
P.O. Box 123
Paradox, N.Y. 12858

"Resolution of the Town of Schroon Requesting New York State to Abide by its laws for Roads in the Forest Preserve" - April 14, 2003

Letter to Senator Betty O'C. Little from Ralph W. Bentley, Town of Horicon, Supervisor, May 29, 2003 - Advocating that north-south roads on Long Island be closed to motor vehicles, so that Long Islanders have the same treatment that their senator wants for Adirondackers.

"Reopen All 200-Plus Roads Now Closed! Reopen the over 1,000 Miles of Snowmobile Trails Now Closed!" - Provided by Don Sage, Schroon Lake Fish and Game Club, June 2003

E-mail to Don Sage from President of East River Rod and Gun Club, Tahawus, asking for help with the APA's prohibition of their vehicles and their camping tents.


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