We were remiss in not reporting this story last year about the how The Adirondack Foundation Board of Trustees Advisory Council will benefit with the addition of Schroon Laker Joe Steiniger to their team.
Joe, who co-runs the annual Schroon Kids Fishing Contest, as well as being the Chief Chicken Chef at the Schroon Lake Fish and Game Club's Chicken and Lobster Bake, was appointed to the Board in October.
We couldn’t think of a better man for the job: Besides his sweat equity at the Fish and Game Club, and his passion for promoting the next generation's love of fishing, he served for years in various roles on the board of the Seagle Music Colony. He currently serves on the Schroon Lake broadband committee, a volunteer group that received state funding for fiber optic broadband Internet service in Schroon.
Joe is also a an official guide and an amazing baker and foodie. He blogs about his adventures on his website, North Country Rambler From Joe:
“Local nonprofit organizations are the fabric that bonds communities together,” Steiniger said. “They provide the cultural and educational opportunities, the disaster relief and health care services, and — here in the Adirondacks — environmentally sensitive economic development initiatives. Adirondack Foundation's mandate, through the prudent stewardship of funds, is to help ensure a vibrant future for our local communities. I look forward to working with Adirondack Foundation in that effort.