The Ice Palace was taken down on February 13.
Thank you for another great carnival!
We'll see you again on January 31-February 9, 2020!

2015 Princess

Caitlyn Mack
2015 Princess

Princess Caitlyn Mack will graduate from Paul Smiths College in May, 2015.  She is a recipient of the Joan H. Weill Scholarship, the Provost Scholarship and the WS Sullivan Scholarship and has been on the Dean’s List.  She will have the credits to graduate with a double major in Natural Resources Sustainability and Natural Resources Management and Policy.  She will also earn minors in Business and Geographic Information Systems (GIS).  Caitlyn expects to pursue a career emphasizing natural resource sustainability.Ms. Mack was Freshman and Sophomore Class President, Secretary of Students for Environmental Action Club, has been a student speaker at open houses and on various campus committees.  She also is a member of the Paul Smiths College Women’s Soccer team.  Caitlyn enjoys reading fiction, crocheting and traveling. Princess Caitie was born in Elysburg, Pennsylvania and graduated from Southern Columbia Area School District.  She is the daughter of Margo & Harold Kase and John & Diane Mack.  She has a brother Wyatt.

 

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Winter Carnival Gala Parade Results
2019-02-09 - The Saranac Lake Winter Carnival Gala Parade results are as follows for the winners of first and second place trophies in various categories, as well as the Louis Fobare Memorial Trophy for Best of Show.
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