For its 2016 Annual Meeting on September 23rd, the Adirondack North Country Association (ANCA) will discuss the economic challenges facing the North Country, communities demonstrating success in tackling them, and how others can learn from their efforts. Outcomes from the breakout sessions are expected to be used to create a toolkit for communities to explore new ways to invigorate their own towns and villages.
To encourage sharing and dialogue, the meeting will feature breakout discussions facilitated by community experts in ANCA’s network, including Ed Bartholomew, President and CEO, EDC Warren County; Kristi Dippel, Executive Director of Clayton Local Development Corporation; Tim Fortune, Owner, Small Fortune Studio, Saranac Lake, NY and Chair of the Saranac Lake Village Downtown Advisory Board; Aaron Benner, Co-owner of Boire Benner Group in Plattsburgh, NY; Randy Preston, Town Supervisor of Wilmington, NY; Chris Louras, Mayor of Rutland, VT.
The meeting will be held from 1 pm to 4 pm on Friday, September 23, 2016 at the Stone Mill in Keeseville with registration at 12:30 pm. The meeting is free for ANCA members; $20 for non-members. The Stone Mill is located at 126 Ausable St., Keeseville.