B6 With the Dalai Lama & Bishop Tutu too

1980 • Our 35th Year! • 2015
PRST STD
Tony & Louise DeSare
Home for Mother’s Day
Treat Mom for Mother’s Day!
U.S Postage Paid
Glens Falls, N.Y.
PERMIT NO. 511
Free
2 big sections — 56 page edition
Circulation
28,000
© Copyright 2015 The Chronicle
Phone: 518-792-1126
Prime-Time
Seniors: Next
Northern New York’s Leading Newspaper • Down to earth and growing • Vol. 35, No. 1,586 • May 7-13, 2015
Editor’s Note: Nancy Corliss of
Hudson Falls is in Dharamsala,
India, volunteering at the Tibetan
Children’s Village through her
foundation, To The Himalayas
With Love. She wrote this report
after hosting Archbishop Desmond Tutu and His Holiness
the Dalai
Lama at
Nancy Corliss
the village’s
of Hudson Falls
library on
April 23,
in rare comtwo days
before a
pany in India,
devastating earth- where she
quake
started charity
hit the
region.
Chronicle photo/Cathy DeDe
With the
Dalai
Lama &
Bishop
Tutu too
The Dalai Lama, left, and Archbishop Desmond Tutu danced after Tibetan refugee
children started singing “We Are The World.” Nancy Corliss said Archbishop Tutu “tried to encourage His Holiness to [dance] as well. The Dalai Lama doesn’t dance, but he had a wide smile.”
Photo by Tenzin Choejor
Please turn to page xx
Every Day
11:30am-3pm
DAILY IAL
C
NCH SPE
LUE
761-B , Qby
Rt. 9
LU
2 Pound
1/
m
Burgers fro ey
Jacobs & Ton
$ 99
5
rn -15 8 4
os e Tave
o
M
e
lu
8 0 4 81-B
V E /K T
M
YOUR MO
WANTSRS !
Ege 23
FLOur aW
p
n
o
d a
See o
TIME
N
E
55
D
GAR d., Queensbury • 793-85
rR
652 Quake
Decision time
in Hudson Falls
By Mark Frost
Chronicle Editor
Town of Kingsbury voters go to
the polls on Wednesday, May 13,
to decide whether to authorize
borrowing up to
May 13
$650,000 to
create a new bond vote is
town hall.
only part of
One gets
the sense,
though, that the flux in
the vote is
Kingsbury
just part
of broader
change taking place in Hudson
Falls and the surrounding town.
Whether the bond vote wins or
loses, the town board will depart
the current town hall, in the for-
•
Nancy Corliss writes: How
important is joy in life and can
it arise after great tragedy? Can
joy become present in the face of
catastrophic loss?
This is one of the questions the
children at the Tibetan Children’s
Village (TCV) have been asking
themselves this spring.
Most of them have suffered
catastrophic loses; their country,
their homes and in many case
their families. Many children
come to TCV and never see their
parents again.
On April 23 — two days before
the earthquake — His Holiness
Wing Fest success º B6
Please turn to page 6
Nancy Corliss of Hudson Falls greets Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South
Africa in the library of the Tibetan Children’s Village in Dharamsala, India, on April 23,
offering a white silk scarf, a “gesture of welcome and pure intentions,” she said. His
Holiness, the Dalai Lama stands directly behind Bishop Tutu. The Tibetan leader
lives in exile in Dharamsala. Ms. Corliss founded “To the Himalayas with Love,” a nonprofit foundation that serves Tibetan refugee children in India.
Photo by Tenzin Choejor
or
Buying
Selling Kruger
Maria Y.
nation
Your Desti n &
e
for Kitch ns
ig
s
e
D
h
Bat
chens
all’s Kit
& Baths
B
val
Bernie Duer
Co-Own
call
lesperson
!
CATION
NEW LO
Attorney
Bill
er y
Montgom
Licensed Sa
.
15 Pearl St 798-6885
s•
Glens Fall ylaw.com
er
billmontgom
.40 0 0
: 518.361
y
ve., Qby
287 Dix A 490
-2
2
9
518 -7
Cell
., Queensbur
63 Quaker Rd
Pack
n
u
F
y
l
i
Fam $49.95 Inclowulidensg 1&.5
hours b a game
s
shoes plu r tag!
of lase
.
lagnaesmes
&
tters!
nce Mar 22 Years
e
i
r
e
p
Ex
al fo
Profession
n
Dedicated
L. Keniso
Barbara
LICENSED
E
RE ASSOCIAT
BROKER
10am-9pm
Available to 4 people,
Valid for ups 5/31/15
Expire
a Street
2211 Canad8-5741
518-66
GF pediatricians to
GF Hospital: We’re
º3
leaving
ll)
e
1- 0211(C com
(518) 36
rPrime.
Barbara.Ke
[email protected]
wellBanke
COPIERS
u
XES yo
Keeping FA
connected
PRINTERS
COLOR
761
.net 793-7
AD
SEE OUPRAGE
ON
8
ss
& Mattre
.
Furnituoref Dix Ave. & QuakeormRd
sfurn.c
• Corner
Glens Falls88 • www.livingston
793-28