Will you be ready for 2018?
There are some benefits to the “off season”! It’s the perfect time to have those repairs done that you’ve been wanting to do and be set for a new season. Repair facilities appreciate the early birds - shops are much happier to do the repairs without the pressure of spring rush!
DOES YOUR HOMEOWNERS POLICY RESPOND TO POTENTIAL WINTER CLAIMS?
I don’t know about you, but enough already with the cold temperatures! By the time you read this issue, your thoughts may be turning to the upcoming boating season as March is around the corner. But first we must deal with the harshest months of the year. Our main concern regarding our homes is the potential for fire loss. However there are many other components to a homeowners policy that may cover situations you are unaware of.
Cathy J. Karas, President, Certified Insurance Counselor, KARAS INSURANCE AGENCIES INC, 321 SO. RIVERSIDE AVE, CROTON-ON-HUDSON, NY 10520.
Don’t say I did not tell you so!
Here comes all the spring boat shows, the new products, and most importantly you can finally get your boat back in the water or, on your trailer ready to go: If we are keeping you boat for you, all you need to do is call our office, be sure your bill is paid up and we will move ahead under your instructions to do what you request. Striped Bass season begins in Mid March and all you have to hear is the “stripers are biting” and you will be in a panic to get your boat ready.
Lake George Village offers a month-long celebration of winter during this annual family-friendly festival! The Winter Carnival takes place each weekend throughout February (Saturdays and Sundays from 2/3/2018-2/25/2018), so mark your calendar now and get ready to take part in the fun.
The premier Striped Bass Tournament in the lower Hudson Valley will celebrate its 5th anniversary at the beautiful Cortlandt Yacht Club on April 27,28,29,2018. Boasting a grand prize of $2000, and a $1000
combined weight prize, this year’s event will surpass all other events in recent memory. Rods, reels, bikes, and a wide assortment of prizes for many of the participants
Imagine the foresight, planning and actual construction of a water-filled ditch from Albany to Buffalo in the years after the American Revolution, 40 feet wide, 4 foot deep, when such an idea was incomprehensible to most citizens of New York State. This is the canal, envisioned by New York Governor DeWitt Clinton, that was still under construction 200 years ago this year. The waterway was hand dug by many immigrants from foreign lands, some of whom died in construction accidents and are even buried within its banks.