Business in Long Lake

Incapahco Art Song Studio Open House Business Tour

On June 14, 2017 The Town of Long Lake Business Community welcomed visitors to a behind the scenes look at their businesses.  Participating businesses included lodging properties, dining, retail, a health and wellness practice, storage units, vacation rentals, and a thrift and consignment shop.

Incapahco Art Song studios, owned by Louisa Wright recently moved to 8090 Newcomb Road, behind Hoss’s Country Corner.  Louisa is a 6th generation Long Laker boasting an incredible artistic gift.  Her shop is a retail space offering handcrafted jewelry, clothing, and unique gift cards with a humorous touch, artistic supplies and original art.  Louisa also offers classes and workshops.  Walk-ins are welcome to create a make-or-take project which is a great activity for a rainy day or when needing a break from hiking or the beach.   She has projects for children and adults. The shop is available for special events such as Paint N Sips, Girls Nights, Birthday parties; Louisa is open to any unique event.   Highlights of her shop offerings can be found  https://www.facebook.com/IncapahcoArtisans/

Open House Business Tour Blueberry and Sandy Point

On June 14, 2017 The Town of Long Lake Business Community welcomed visitors to a behind the scenes look at their businesses.  Participating businesses included lodging properties, dining, retail, a health and wellness practice, storage units, vacation rentals, and a thrift and consignment shop.

Our first stop was Blueberry Motel located at 572 Deerland Road.  Owned by David and Daniela Smith, the Blueberry is open seasonally with seven units and a sleeping cabin.  This property is quiet and offers the Adirondack feeling of peace and tranquility. The property is one of the first as travelers enter into Long Lake from the south on NYS Route 30/28N from Blue Mountain Lake.  There is a barn on the property with four levels and half a loft.  David and Daniela look forward to renovating the building to offer additional space for guests to recreate and relax in the upcoming seasons.

Dave and Daniela Smith also own the Sandy Point Motel located 865 Deerland Road.  This seasonal property boasts two floors of motel units overlooking Long Lake.  The views and the individual and private screened in porches are unique to the rooms.  Daniela’s quilts adorn many of the beds.  Daniela learned to quilt at Adirondack Quilt Camp, an annual event held in Long Lake, NY for the last seven years.  Daniela is a recent transplant to Long Lake and is truly enjoying her time as a lodging proprietor, discovering a passion for interior design and hospitality. 

Access to the lake is available as are boat rentals and dockage for those seeking to enjoy a fishing vacation or to recreate on the water.  Outdoor grilling is also available on the beach.  A view of the bridge, and Owls Head Mountain can be seen from the property.  For more information on the Blueberry Motel or Sandy Point Motel call 518-624-3871 or check out their websites, www.blueberryhillmotel.com or www.sandypointmotel.com

Sandy Point Motel Boasts Screened in Porches
Sandy Motel boasts comfortable beds
Blueberry Motel Cozy Comfort
Blueberry has updated modern bathrooms

Open House Business Tour Visits the Shamrock Motel & Cottages

On June 14, 2017 The Town of Long Lake Business Community welcomed visitors to a behind the scenes look at their businesses.  Participating businesses included lodging properties, dining, retail, a health and wellness practice, storage units, vacation rentals, and a thrift and consignment shop.

The Shamrock Motel and Cottages owned by Tim and Beate Touchette, offers a variety of lodging with updated motel units featuring giant picture windows overlooking the pristine grounds and lake.  They also have a selection of cottages with kitchens and screened-in porches and newer efficiency units.  The Shamrock Motel and Cottage also offers private homes including the Osgood House and the Houghton House with space for larger groups. 

The property offers a beach, canoe rentals, outdoor grills.  The cottages, houses and efficiencies offer kitchenettes. 

Wifi, and satellite tv are available as well as a playground and recreation room.  Ask about the network of nature trails on Mt.  Sabattis or enjoy activities on site. 

Many families come to the Shamrock year after year, and generations of families come back and make this Long Lake destination their second home.

www.shamrockmotellonglake.com

 

 

Open House Business Tour Visits Long Lake Real Estate

On June 14, 2017 The Town of Long Lake Business Community welcomed visitors to a behind the scenes look at their businesses.  Participating businesses included lodging properties, dining, retail, a health and wellness practice, storage units, vacation rentals, and a thrift and consignment shop.

Long Lake Real Estate has been owned and operated by Craig Seaman for the last 24 years. The office is located at 870 Deerland Road.  Craig offers full service real estate from listings, showings and access to the MLS and realtor.com. Long Lake Real Estate also offers seasonal property rentals from small cottages to larger homes, many located on the water.  Craig grew up in Long Lake and has plenty of knowledge about the area, the entire Adirondack region and its unique history and lore.  He’s excited about the 2017 season and invites everyone to take a look at his listings located at www.longlakerealestate.com or call for an appointment at 518-624-2999.  

Adilaska Dog Kennel It’s a Dog’s Vacation in Long Lake!

Adilaska Kennel is  dog boarding kennel in Long Lake, NY offering a simple, and safe environment for your family dog.  Owned and operated by Pat and Mike Paquin, Adilaska offers personal attention to ensure your family dog has the most positive, loving, cared for experience while boarding at the facility. 

The kennel is open year round, boasts comfortable kennels, heated floors, and a back up generator is available in case of a power outage.  Pat welcomes pets from all over the region and boards daily, nightly or weekly.  Dogs will be fed  and exercised regularly and kept in sanitary conditions.  To limit overlapping doggie check ins, all reservations are by appointment only.

This basic kennel is a very special place where loyal customers return year after year.  Adilaska can accommodate vacationers who are staying at local lodgings that don’t have pet friendly rooms.  

Pat prides herself on being flexible and can take reservations at the last minute and will accommodate if she has space.  Guests can drop dogs off for doggie day care while experiencing year-round outdoor adventures from ice fishing, or skiing, paddling or hiking or day trips. 

Pat also offers her services to community members who may be in crisis.  Pat will offer an emergency spot for a pet when the unexpected happens. 

Pat will accommodate the client to ensure a positive experience for both client and dog.   For more information contact 518-624-2050 or email patlamerepaquin@gmail.com

 

Spring Flings and Ideas

It’s Spring in the Adirondacks. There are things to do in the Raquette Lake/Long Lake region even before it’s warm enough to swim.

The Adirondack Lean-To Challenge is New for 2016

The Adirondack Lean-To Challenge is New for 2016

The Adirondack Lean-To Challenge
New for 2016 is the Adirondack Lean-To Challenge This challenge was established to encourage people to get out into the wilderness and enjoy the Adirondacks for more than just a day hike. Through this challenge you will hopefully get a chance to experience it’s true wonders. Spending an evening in an Adirondack Lean-to can be an exhilarating and rewarding experience.This unique challenge requires the participants to try all recreation in the Adirondacks. You’ll hike, paddle and camp in order to complete the challenge. There are three levels of this challenge, but the Regular Challenge requires a total of camping out in 5 lean-tos, do three hikes, two paddles, five nights and five wilderness areas. Got it? Well not to worry, check out the website for details on this new and exciting Adirondack camping challenge.
Hike or Paddle into a lean-to in five of the wilderness or canoe areas and spend the night.

Hiking Just for Hiking Sakes
Not quite up for the committment that the Adirondack Lean-To Challenge beholds, that’s ok. Hikers of all levels can take advantage of some great spring vistas a short distance from Raquette Lake/Long Lake during our bugless, leafless season. Popular favorites (and there are many) inlude, Death Brook Falls, Coney Mountain, Castle Rock and Sargents Ponds. All family friendly hikes a short distance from Long Lake or Raquette Lake depending on your home base. For more info check out hiking descriptions, and gear list check out our hiking page. We also have a list of upcoming Summer hiking expeditions that Joan Collins and Spencer Morrissey will be leading in 2016.
Hiking around Long Lake

You can even get a group of Adirondack Tourism Directors to raft down the river!

You can even get a group of Adirondack Tourism Directors to raft down the river!

Spring Rafting
Here’s a trick! Go rafting in the Spring when the water is high and the rapids are real. The rafting capital of the world launches from Indian Lake NY. There’s a variety of places to choose from. Make your reservation for your weekend and stay in Long Lake or Raquette Lake, both equidistant from the rafting launch. Check out Adirondac Rafting Adventure Sports Rafting Company
Or sign up with Square Eddy and have a unique experience at OK Slip Falls Square Eddy Rafting

Paddling Long Lake part of the Raquette River and the Northern Forest Canoe Trail

Paddling Long Lake part of the Raquette River and the Northern Forest Canoe Trail

Northern Forest Canoe Trail Kiosk has a registration book in Raquette Lake

Northern Forest Canoe Trail Kiosk has a registration book in Raquette Lake

Paddling. Don’t forget your passport!
The ice is out and its an early season to start enjoying the Northern Forest Canoe Trail. The 740 mile Northern Forest Canoe Trail (NFCT) links the waterways of New York, Vermont, Québec, New Hampshire and Maine. Both Long Lake and Raquette Lake offer up kiosks to register and read up on legs of the trip. Long Lake/Raquette Lake is also along the 140 mile Raquette River Blueway Corridor, so checking out the northern portions of the Raquette including Colton all the way north to Potsdam is another way to approach the journey.

Winding Down after the Spring Recreation.

Ok, not everyone is suited for the scrappy lifestyle of the forest floor or a lean-to. And we know sometimes you just want to kick back with your friends after an outing and have a bite to eat, a beer and a soft place to rest your head.

Check out the portraits at the Tap Room.  Look up!

Check out the portraits at the Tap Room. Look up!

Dining
Try Monday Night Pastabilities at the Raquette Lake Tap Room. Always warm, filling and a taste of homemade yummyness. Not to mention the right price and massive portions. Call 315-354-4581 for the specials. The Tap Room is open 7 days a week, 365 days a year. It’s small, quaint, great service and hearty food at a reasonable price. You can’t miss out on this true Adirondack icon.

Grab a growler to go at the new Adirondack Growl and Grub located behind Hoss's in Long Lake

Grab a growler to go at the new Adirondack Growl and Grub located behind Hoss’s in Long Lake

Lunch
Hungry after your hiking and rafting adventure? Long Lake offers unique spots. Stop into the latest addition to Long Lake’s eateries where a bite into the fresh, baked deli roll by Joe and a build-your-own sammy (well Joe will build it for you) while you indulge in a selection of delectable craft beers and cider. Joe and Ally know their beers, makers and the history. Don’t miss out on this cool, new bistro in Long Lake. Order a growler to-go as a memento of your awesome experience and share with your friends. Adirondack Growl and Grub Located behind Hoss’s Country Corner.

Panini couple with soup at the Post. Comforting post-adventure

Panini couple with soup at the Post. Comforting post-adventure

Don’t forget to check out the panini’s and soups up at the ADK Trading Post. You can get some fishing lures and worms while you’re at it! Panini selection is original and honors iconic Adirondack locations all while pleasing the palate. Panini’s are named for spots from the Pinnacle, Little Tupper, Lake Lila, Sagamore to Coney Mountain – yes, these are all sandwich names. Come down and try one for yourself and don’t forget the soup!

Dina Kennedy Reiki is a great way to heal, refresh your spirit and re-energize for your next spring adventure

Dina Kennedy Reiki is a great way to heal, refresh your spirit and re-energize for your next spring adventure

Healing in the Adirondacks
Let’s just say your are sore, tired, anxious and willing to try new way of experiencing relaxation. Not a massage, not accupuncture, but a virtual combo of different energy techniques are availbale at Dina Kennedy’s Reiki Studio. Dina is a healer, a teacher and a mentor and serves the community in and around the Long Lake area. Her clients love the healing of the Adirondacks region and it’s definitley worth the experience.
Located near Lake Eaton your one stop shopping mall in Long Lake offers Ali Babas Liquor Store, Dina Kennedy Reiki and the Laundramat too at 1601 Tupper Road.

Plenty of activities in the Spring. It’s a great way to come up and explore everything before the season begins. Take a scenic drive with your canoe tied down on top. Plan your own adventure and make sure you let us know how it is! Message us at longlakeinfo@yahoo.com or to the Facebook Page with stories and pictures of your springtime explorations!

Raquette Lake Tap Room in downtown Raquette Lake.  Friendly conversation and good eats.

Raquette Lake Tap Room in downtown Raquette Lake. Friendly conversation and good eats.

The Raquette Lake Tap Room is a do not miss experience.  Well worth a stop in for scrumptious delights

The Raquette Lake Tap Room is a do not miss experience. Well worth a stop in for scrumptious delights

Business Updates for Long Lake & Raquette Lake 2015 ADKS

Business Updates for Summer Season 2015.

Here’s what is happening in and around Long Lake and Raquette Lake for the 2015 Summer Season!

Long Lake and Raquette Lake Businesses Gearing up for Summer 2015

Long Lake and Raquette Lake Businesses Gearing up for Summer 2015

Ali Babas Liquors at 1601 Tupper Road, Long Lake NY, 518-624-2020 is open and ready for all your vacation needs. Stop by and check out the fine selection of wines and liquors right in Long Lake, NY.

Chax Handmade Knives located at 385 North Point Road in Long Lake, 518-624-3889 http://www.chaxknives.com in the summer and fall will be re-opening his Long Lake shop in mid-June. Chase travels back and forth between Long Lake and Hamilton NY almost weekly and can send pictures of his handmade knife inventory anywhere and arrange a meeting at a convenient location, bringing a few knives of interest with him.

chase.chaxknives@frontiernet.net

This nomad-like existence can be filed under “What we will do to be near our Grandchildren.”

Hours, Monday – Saturday 12pm to 8pm, Sunday 1pm – 8pm

Donnelly’s Sunset Point located at 987 Deerland Road, Long Lake, NY 12847
518-624-6551

Michelle and Tom are excited to report that as of May 7, 2015 they are open for the season and everyone should check out their new website www.donnellyssunsetpoint.com featuring images of the cottages, maps and info about their property.

The Cellar Restaurant and Pub, 3 Kickerville Lane, Long Lake NY, 518-624-5539
The Cellar Restaurant and Pub Website
Open 7 Days starting May 6th, serving Dinner 4:30pm – 8pm.
Stop in to see the new carpet, a fresh coat of paint and lots of fun, new decor. Big screen tv, lotto, pool table (after dinner hours) and juke box! We open daily at 4:30 for dinner. Stop and see the refreshed look and enjoy a tasty meal from our menu!

The Shamrock Motel & Cottages located at 1055 Deerland Road, Long Lake, NY 12847
www.shamrockmotellonglake.com 518-624-3861
Property owners Tim and Beate have been working hard since last fall on several projects. Look for some units with remodeled bathrooms and new plumbing, new sliding glass doors in the efficiencies, new queen beds in some motel units and new double beds in others. A beautiful new deck on the Lake House. New dining tables and dining bar in cottages 4 & 5. Look for five new 32 inch flat screen tv’s in a few of the units, 5 charcoal grills and 3 new recliners and fresh paint throughout each motel unit and many cottages!

Journey’s End Cottages and Lake House located at 941 Deerland Road, Long Lake, NY 12847 www.journeysendlodging.com 518-624-5381 offers 1, 2 and 3 bedroom modern, well-maintained accommodations with canoes and kayaks on the west shore of beautiful Long Lake in the Adirondacks. Beautiful sunsets at this perfect summertime vacation spot for you and your family. UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP!

The ADK Trading Post located at 1601 Tupper Road, Long Lake, NY 12847 518-624-2357 www.adktradingpost.com is excited to announce the return of Lobster Rolls on Friday, May 22nd just in time for the kick off to the summer season Memorial Day weekend. Stop by and pick up camping items, fishing lures, groceries and terrific gift items featuring Long Lake and Lake Eaton. There’s something for everyone. If it’s in stock, they’ve got it!

The Long Lake Diner/Owls Head Pub at 1161 Main Street, Long Lake, NY 518 624-3941 announcing the deck is open and the summer dinner menu features Gluten Free Pizza and a Children’s Dinner Menu. Find them on Facebook.

Helms Aeroservice and Seaplane Rides in downtown Long Lake next to the Long Lake Town Beach is open for the season. Call 518-624-3931 to book your flight today!

Hoss’s Country Corner, 1142 Main Street www.hossscountrycorner.com has brand new inventory including handmade Amish Baskets, new sweatshirts and t-shirts, bait and DEC licenses.

Kickerville Mobil, 1383 Tupper Road, 518-624-2178 is excited to announce they will have weekly specials this summer.

Northern Borne, 518-624-3271 located in downtown Long Lake will will be opening Memorial Day weekend. Full service grocery store.

Raquette River Outfitters across from the Town Beach at 518-624-2360 will be opening Memorial Day Weekend. The shop will be expanding and include lighter weight options in their large rental fleet.

Wide River Antiques, located in downtown Long Lake near the Town Dock will be open at the end of June. Look for an amazing array and collectibles and new merchandise to browse.

The Adirondack Hotel at 1235 Main Street, 518-624-4700, www.adirondackhotel.com has a new summer menu premiering Memorial Day Weekend and BBQ on Wednesday’s and Saturday’s.

Gillis Realty, Inc. has a newly designed website that is very mobile friendly and easy to navigate www.gillisrealty.com As new data or pictures are entered on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS), it is directly fed to the Gillis Realty website, making our website always current and up to date. Please see www.gillisrealty.com for residential, commercial, land and vacation listings or drop by our office located across from the Town Beach. Facebook us at Gillis Realty Inc. !

In Raquette Lake

Great Camp Sagamore announces the launch of a new website. It is up and running and content will be added over time. Check it out at Great Camp Sagamore Great Camp Sagamore is also offering Central Adirondack business discount coupons for Sagamore tours and events. They will offer your guests $2 off of our award winning tours with children under 12 free. Each business that takes a bundle of tickets will also receive 4 complimentary tour tickets for use by your staff or family.

Raquette Lake Navigation, www.raquettelakenavigation.com 315-354-5532 announces that there will be a mobile friendly conversion of their website launching Memorial Day Weekend. The WW Durant also boasts a new 30 KW Catepillar generator installed plus new carpeting . Look for unqiue events including the Mitch Frasier Music Cruise on Sat June 6 3-5 pm, two for one luncheon cruise Sat June 6 11-1 and the Father’s Day Prime Rib Buffet 5:30-8 June 21. All fathers $5 off. Daily cruising launches June 27 through September 6

Not so Secret Facts About Long Lake NY

We work very diligently at the Long Lake Parks and Recreation department bringing events to the people year round. We sometimes have so much going on between trivia, kids events, planning concerts, craft fairs, hiking expeditions, grooming snowmobile trails and organizing trips that sometimes we forget to promote some of the great ways we communicate to the people on social media. We’ve compiled a list of links, so you can stay connected with our social media outlets and what we have going on in our community.

Long Lake and Raquette Lake NY are connected to Social Media Outlets.  Are you?

Long Lake and Raquette Lake NY are connected to Social Media Outlets. Are you?

Long Lake Flickr Page.
Long Lake Pinterest Page
Long Lake Youtube Page
Long Lake Facebook Page
Raquette Lake Facebook Page
Adirondack Quilt Camp Facebook Page
Long Lake Twitter
Adirondack Quilt Camp Registration and Webpage
Long Lake Instagram

Business news.
The Long Lake Lodge, 681 Deerland Road will be open under new ownership this summer. Welcome to the Johnson Family!
Journey’s End Cottages has new owners and will be opening this summer. Welcome to Nancy and Jorge!
SLIC Network Solutions is installing fiber optic cable throughout town and will be offering hi-speed broadband services very soon!
The Town of Long Lake Parks and Rec Department will be building a portable kiosk to display local business information at the Long Lake Town Beach this summer.

Prize Winning News!
Long Lake was awarded a New York State Waterfront Revitalization Grant along with Potsdam and Tupper Lake. There will be a three year time frame to design and implement some exciting and fresh changes. Plans include replacing the concrete Town Dock, improved street lighting for downtown, beach improvements, and boardwalk along the waterfront as well as a wifi hub at the LL Town Beach and plans to finally launch webcams.

Long Lake is a partnering with the Empire State Winter Games for 2016 as a site for a snowmobile race, more to be announced.

Long Lake plans to start work on a Horse Barn / water station to complement the horse trails opening in the Essex Chain of Lakes property accesible via trails in Newcomb and Indian Lake, NY.

The Long Lake Nature Trail will have interpretive signage written, built and installed this summer. The LL Nature trail connects the Adirondack Hotel to the Long Lake Ball Field and will be extended around the perimeter of the Long Lake Ball Field. Work will be getting underway shortly. All a continuing effort and completion of part of a 90 Miler Blueway Corridor Awarded in 2011.

Matt Burnett’s Portraits in the Wilderness is still on display. Look for more installations this summer!
The Big Easy Playboys, a Louisana Roots Cajun Band will be playing the LL Town Beach on Saturday, July 25th as part of the Decentralization Grant Funded Awards! This concert is made possible with the funds from the Decentralization program, a regrant program of the NYS Council on the Arts with support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the NYS Legislature and administered by the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts.

Verizon Cell Phone Service is FINALLY available and working well, along with AT&T in Cell phone service in downtown Long Lake!

Town of Long Lake Offers Waterfront Property

The Town of Long Lake announces the offering of The Lake Eaton Camp Property Auction.

The property located at 76 Robinwood Way on Lake Eaton in the Town of Long Lake was last subject to Sale in August 2012. The property will be subject to Auction on Friday June 28, 2013.

Interested parties should contact the Long Lake Town Supervisor’s office for packets of information regarding the Property Auction Procedures by contacting 518.624.3001 or Email lakeeatoncamp@adirondackacres.com, Email lakeeatoncamp@adirondackacres.com

For more detailed information about the property please see the mylonglake.com official listing at

Waterfront Property Auction Long Lake

Grant Workshop for Long Lake NY Entrepreneurs and Microenterprise in the Adirondacks

All winter long you’ve thought about what you could do to get a little extra cash in your pocket and start the business you’ve always dreamed about. Maybe you want to make your own beer and sell it locally, or you are an excellent furniture maker or you want to do a retail business. Whatever kind of business you want to start, this is your chance to educate yourself and find out new ways to get started and have a support system in place to keep you on track.

The Hamilton County Economic Development Office will be hosting an informational session on 2012 Microenterprise Grants on Monday, April 30th, 2012 at the Long Lake Town Hall, 1204 Main Street, Long Lake, NY at 7pm. Grant funding is available for entrepreneurs seeking to create jobs and small businesses in Hamilton County.

Hamilton County Economic Development is seeking small entrepreneurial businesses to apply for funding for a new business or an already established business with five employees or less. Criteria to apply for the grant range from specific proof of low to moderate income for Hamilton County ($47,840 for household of 4) or the ability to show that the business created at least one job for a low to moderate income household. (Per NYS and Federal Requirements)

With a grant application other requirements include filing a grant application, compliance and ongoing documentation of the funding used for your business. It will be ongoing with an application for funding. Other specific criteria for this grant and more information is available at hamiltoncounty.com and click on Economic Development and Microenterprise Grants Quick Facts. It outlines eligibility, criteria and funding opportunities.

Funds are available for machinery, furniture, fixtures, inventory and equipment, or capital to purchase real property. Construction and remodeling are not eligible for funding. This is not a loan program, it’s a grant program. You have to pay back the money if you do not fulfill the obligations of the grant, but there are obligations including education, filing documentation, background credit checks and a business plan are required to prove an on-going commitment to this unique and exciting economic program.

The goal of the microenterprise program is to create jobs and to sustain jobs, and it’s a partnership between private enterprise and government. While funding is available, the applications are competitive and training is imperative to set yourself up in a business that can succeed. All applicants are accountable and responsible to follow through on the obligations of their application.

Grants are available ranging from a minimum of $5000 and cannot exceed 90% of the total cost of the project. The total funding available to disperse in Hamilton County is $164,000.

What do you have to do? Come to the meeting, apply for the grant and take 8- two hour entrepreneur training sessions – FOR FREE. 16 hours. It’s a lot of work, but the pay off can mean a new future for you and your family.

The life skills you receive from a 16 hour course will be useful, not only for starting your new business, but learning tangible business and marketing skills to help you in all areas of your life, managing your home finances, and to dispel the fear and myth about doing business in New York State.

The training is a great guide to help you avoid common pitfalls associated with starting a new business. Receive practical skills, how and why to write a business plan and generate new ideas about how to make it succeed.

Does a business plan have to be perfect? No, it’s a projection, it’s a goal. You’ll learn how to market your business effectively, learn about opportunities for additional funding, meet other entrepreneurs who may just offer some insights and a fresh point of view to benefit your business.

If you apply, what’s the commitment? The commitment is for the entire grant period. The work doesn’t end after finishing entrepreneurial training, that is when it begins. You will have to follow the guidelines of the grant, provide documentation for hires and business expenses. But DON’T LET THAT SCARE YOU OFF! Blood sweat and tears is part of the game. Establishing a new business today can give you greater opportunity in the future.

Come out to the 2012 Hamilton County Microenterprise Grant Informational Meeting on Monday, April 30th at the Long Lake Town Hall at 7pm.

If you’re in business, you’ve just created a job! In Hamilton County, that’s a huge deal. Success equals survival!

Don’t be put off by the hard work and investment it will take to procure these funds. This is an opportunity to make your dream come true and to give back to your community by investing time and commitment into your business dream. Nothing is free, and yes there are hoops and obstacles, but take the first step and come on out and find out if you can make it work for you.

For more information on Microenterprise Grant Funding check out hamiltoncounty.com and click on Economic Development and then Microenterprise Grants Quick Facts.

Come out, be a part of the growth to reinvigorate and reinvest in the future of Long Lake.

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