Welcome to the Tri-Lakes Business Alliance:

Chestertown, Brant Lake, Pottersville, Adirondack, NY

The Tri-Lakes Business Alliance is devoted to bringing fun and exciting events and other improvements to our community. The Alliance is a not-for-profit organization of business owners and others in the towns of Chester and Horicon working together. Meetings are held every other Friday at 9am at The Panther Mountain Inn.

There are only two rules:

  1. Meetings last for only 1 hour
  2. Only 1 person speaks at a time

Who We Are

The North Warren Tri-Lakes Alliance is made up of your neighborhood business owners, families and local citizens.

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Photo Gallery

Never seen an Outhouse Race or entered a Frying Pan toss? Is a Prohibition-era burlesque show on your bucket list? These pictures are worth a thousand words.

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Events & Activities

Browse our list of annual events for four seasons of family fun and activities for all ages!

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Latest News

Minutes | December 1, 2017

Taste of the Tri-Lakes & Rotary Memory Tree Lighting: Great success! Again, a huge thank you to all the restaurants who participated as we greatly appreciate your support! And a special thanks to OP Fredericks, Panther Mt. Pub, Jimbo’s at the Point and the Crossroads for giving back their portion of the ticket sales… as this is one of the only fund raisers the TLBA has during the year it was greatly appreciated! Discussion was held on what to do differently for next year and if you have any input, please feel free to join the committee next year!

Our signatures: Warren County Planning Board gives our town $25 for each hour/each person who attends our meetings (we pass a sign in sheet). From April 2012 – December 2016 our town was awarded $37,500 to go toward Town projects!

Job Opportunity Fair: The Rotary and the Chamber hosted a Job Opportunity Fair recently with 6 local business unions offering free apprenticeships for graduating Seniors and any others in the community looking for a job. Starting salaries on many of these positions is over $50,000 a year with very generous benefit packages, but unfortunately only 3 students showed up for the presentation. They will try to hold another one in the future so contact Debra at the Chamber for more info!

Town of Horicon no longer allows banners advertising events on the bridge on the Mill as it interferes with the flower boxes. Signage is very limited in the town, and this will be discussed at the next town board meeting on December 21st at 7PM.

Chamber of Commerce news: 
*Chamber Holiday Dinner was held at OP Fredericks on December 1st.
* As a member of the North Country Chamber of Commerce members of our chamber are included in their offerings, and the Heath Care presentation given a few weeks ago was very informative! Anyone needing assistance in choosing a health insurance plan should contact Debra for info.
* New Chamber website is moving forward – Check it out!

Town Banners: The new town banners for the light poles will be offered soon! An email will be sent out to all as soon as we have the details!

Minutes | November 17, 2017

Taste of the Tri-Lakes & Rotary Memory Tree Lighting: Tuesday November 28th, 5:30-7:30.  Bring in the holiday season with caroling, bonfires, free s’mores & coffee and enjoy a taste of our local restaurants and businesses! Food tickets are $1-$2 for samples and Memory Tree lights in memory of a loved one can be purchased through Rotary members for $5. Tree lighting is at 6:30.

Rack Cards: Time to start working on these for next year – Brandon will do layout and Debra Eves will get the dates together for him.

Town Banners: The town banners for the light poles we organized about 5 years ago (one of the TLBA’s first projects!) are in need of replacement and we’ll be getting in touch with everyone with new photos to choose from in the beginning of January. It’s a great bang for your buck for businesses & non-profits and is a great way to brighten up our towns! Brandon, Debra, Chris and Cindy will be on the committee. Read more

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