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AngioDynamics sells building for $5.75M

AngioDynamics has officially sold its building at 10 Glens Falls Technical Park to Medline Industries for $5.75 million.

The sale was completed on May 31, according to Warren County deed records.

AngioDynamics announced in April that it was going to sell its business making catheter-related products to the Illinois-based company for $167.5 million. That business employs about 350 workers and company officials said that is not expected to change.

This sale will allow AngioDynamics to pay off debt and focus on other aspects of its business such as treatments to fight cancer and blot clots. The company makes the NanoKnife, which helps use electrical pules to open pores in pancreatic tumors, causing them to die.

Craft store to hold reopening event

SOUTH GLENS FALLS — Wicks from the Sticks will hold a grand opening on June 29 of their store, which sells up-cycled crafts and products, at its new location at 110 Main St. in the Midtown Plaza next to the Dollar Tree.

The business has outgrown its location at 101 Saratoga Ave. This is the second time the business has moved since Megan and Jeremiah Arnold started it in the kitchen of their Warren Street home.

The store is open Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. There will be free crafts with children, face-painting, refreshments, store discounts and giveaways, according to a news release. There will be over 50 local artisans. Darling Doughnuts will also be on hand from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The store sells Megan Arnold’s soy wax candles and also stocks various other items, including up-cycled décor and photographs, collars for pets and scented bath products.

It also hosts do-it-yourself classes, birthday parties and other events. It is open Tuesday and Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Thursday from noon to 8 p.m.; Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

CVB adds Garry as sales administrator

LAKE GEORGE — Alexandra Garry has joined the Lake George Regional Convention and Visitors Bureau as the new sales and services administrator.

Garry graduated from Lake George High School in 2006, then majored in business management at Paul Smith’s College.

She sold advertising for the Adirondack Daily Enterprise and Lake Placid News and also held positions with Roaring Brook Ranch, which is her family’s owned-and-operated resort.

Garry is the second employee at the CVB, which works to bring group business, including sporting events and conventions, to the area year-round.

In addition, the chamber has added three employees to the Adirondacks Welcome Center. Lake George Village Board member John Root has been named the Taste NY inventory manager.

Margaret McIntyre and Sean Rafferty will handle customer service. Margaret McIntyre and Sean Rafferty will handle customer service at the wecome center.

Sean Rafferty is an avid hiker and educates people at the welcome center about locally produced food and drinks.

New Way Lunch fetes 100th anniversary

GLENS FALLS — New Way Lunch is holding its 100th anniversary party on Aug. 3.

The event will take place at the Glens Falls Farmers Market at 25 South St.

There will be live music, giveaways, specials on hot dogs, a hot dog-making contest, an eating contest, kid’s activities and other activities, according to a news release.

People can sign up for the hot dog eating contest by visiting https://www.newwaylunch.com/100th-anniversary-party/.

New Way Lunch wants celebrity chef and Lake George native Rachael Ray to attend the event. For more information on how to help that effort, visit https://www.newwaylunch.com/newway100/.

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