The Catholic Community of St. Philip of Jesus in Willsboro; St. Elizabeth’s in Elizabethtown; St. Philip Neri in Westport and St. Joseph’s in Essex are conducting an informal census in an effort to both update their records and as a way of identifying community needs of the parishioners Saturday, July 25 and July 26.
For the first time in 10 years, friends and members of the First Congregational Church of Crown Point felt the need to postpone its Strawberry Festival.
Dr. Jimmy DeYoung, noted prophetic speaker, will be speaking at the Westport Bible Church on Aug. 3 at 10:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Smith is the new Pastor at the Westport church, a parish he had been working at for a year prior to taking the helm.
Essex County Clerk Joseph Provoncha, a parishioner of Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Schroon Lake, was recently presented with the “Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice,” a papal medal.
The Wadhams Strawberry Festival, held on Father’s Day each year, was honored with the North Country Heritage Award by the Canton-based organization Traditional Arts in Upstate New York (TAUNY).
After three decades of Army service, New York Army National Guard Chaplain (Col.) Eric Olsen, a Saranac Lake resident and the New York National Guard’s top military chaplain since 2008, is ending his military career.
The Most Reverend Carlo Maria Vigano was the principal celebrant at the Solemn Mass for the Year of Faith, held in the 1932 Rink at the Lake Placid Olympic Center.
The Apostolic Nuncio to the United States for the Roman Catholic Church will be in Lake Placid at the end of this month to lead a special mass.
The Teen Challenge Choir will sing Friday, Sept. 20, at the Westport Federated Church, 6486 Main St. 7 p.m. There is no charge, however, A Love Offering is requested to help pay their expenses.
Mike DeLorenzo and Jim White of Verdin Co. raise one of two new town clocks into the Elizabethtown United Church of Christ June 20.
Holy Name School in Au Sable Forks says goodbye to students for the final time
The school, which announced earlier this year that it would be closing after 100 years of serving the Au Sable Forks community as a private Catholic school, held a humble and brief awards ceremony for 17 students in kindergarten through fifth grade on the last day of school, presenting students with awards and watching an end-of-year slideshow.
The 2013 Essex Community Concerts, held mostly at the church, will kick off next Friday, June 14, with the Goff Brothers, which consists of Essex siblings Mitchell (violin and piano), Matthew (cello), Jonathan (piano) and Joseph (violin and piano) at 7 p.m.
Now, the time has come for the old clock, which was donated to the town and housed at the church, to make its final turns as the hands that have counted the days for residents have also counted down the lifespan of the motors and gears that have made it run.
Holy Name School Principal Christine Reynolds said her elementary students were sad when they came to school Friday, March 22 officially knowing they would be the last ones in the school’s 100-year history.