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Touch-A-Truck thanks

June 26, 2015
Lake Placid News

To the editor:

The Lake Placid Elementary School After School Program would like to thank the following businesses and families for their generous donations of time, vehicles, food and/or supplies towards our seventh annual Touch-A-Truck fundraiser! These valuable donations helped raise money to pay for program costs, field trips, staff and supplies. The fundraiser was a big success, and we appreciate everyone who was a part of it. This was our best year yet! We will see you in May of 2016.

Our special thanks go to Lifenet, New York State Police Troop B, Graymont Saranac Lake Quarries, Central Garage, Cascade Cross Country Ski Center, Cassella Northern Sanitation, Whiteface Mountain, HomEnergy Services, Lake Placid XPRSS Trolley, Lake Placid Volunteer Fire Department, Lake Placid Highway Department, Lake Placid police, Lake Placid power house, Mary and Dean Dietrich, Lake Placid Volunteer Ambulance Service, Lake Placid water and sewer, Lake Placid Central School District, Lake Placid Kiwanis, Rotary Club of Lake Placid, Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company, UPS Store, Subway of Lake Placid, Price Chopper of Lake Placid, town of North Elba, Hoffman Auto, Lake Placid Post Office, Wilmington Volunteer Fire Department, Wilmington Rescue Squad, Dave Nicola, Sam's Club, Hannaford, Butch Martin, Paul Strack, Shane Barry, Ellen Lansing, Sophie Locke, Dr. Rosenberger and the Dental Bus of Adirondack Medical Center, John Cerruti and the "strong men," Steve and James Guglielmi, the Coffins - Laura, Lexi and Will, Jodi McKinnon, Bambi Pedu, the Scanios, the Terrells - Eden, Harper and Crosby, Lake Placid Pub and Brewery, Great Adirondack Steak and Seafood, Big Slyde, Oliver Patnode and Greg Bendell, Shannon Porter, Brendon Barry and Travis Buck.

The Lake Placid Child Care Committee, which oversees Lake Placid Elementary School's After School Program, is a nonprofit, state-licensed child care program open to all students in grades K-5 in the Lake Placid Central School District. Our program offers a safe, creative and nurturing environment for those who require after school care. We strive to help students be successful in school, at home, and in the community by offering various recreational and cultural activities to enrich personal interests, promote social, emotional and intellectual growth, while supporting overall health and well being.


Angela Levitt, secretary for the Lake Placid Child Care Committee Board of Directors

Kristen Boslet, program director

LPCCC President Judy Strack

Vice President Gretchen Lansing

Secretary Caitlin Wargo

Board members Kirsten Lynch and Kim Andresen



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