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Sam Coffman, right, and Keegan Battistoni look at a snow maker shooting piles of the white stuff all over the slope of Mount Pisgah on Tuesday morning. They said the guns started up at 4 a.m. after the weather got cold enough again. Opening day for skiing at the Saranac Lake village-owned ski mountain is planned for Dec. 18, according to village Parks Manager Andy Testo. Covering the whole mountain is a five-week effort, Testo said. He said the snow machines can run all the time as long as the tempature is below 25 degrees. Battistoni and Coffman were hired by the village this year as assistants in Testo’s department. He said their help has been a “godsend.”
(Enterprise photos — Aaron Cerbone)

Sam Coffman, left, and Keegan Battistoni look at a snow maker shooting piles of the white stuff all over the slope of Mount Pisgah on Tuesday morning. They said the guns started up at 4 a.m. after the weather got cold enough again. Opening day for skiing at the Saranac Lake village-owned ski mountain is planned for Dec. 18, according to village Parks Manager Andy Testo. Covering the whole mountain is a five-week effort, Testo said. He said the snow machines can run all the time as long as the tempature is below 25 degrees. Battistoni and Coffman were hired by the village this year as assistants in Testo’s department. He said their help has been a “godsend.”
(Enterprise photos — Aaron Cerbone)

Sam Coffman, right, and Keegan Battistoni look at a snow maker shooting piles of the white stuff all over the slope of Mount Pisgah on Tuesday morning. They said the guns started up at 4 a.m. after the weather got cold enough again. Opening day for skiing at the Saranac Lake village-owned ski mountain is planned for Dec. 18, according to village Parks Manager Andy Testo. Covering the whole mountain is a five-week effort, Testo said. He said the snow machines can run all the time as long as the tempature is below 25 degrees. Battistoni and Coffman were hired by the village this year as assistants in Testo’s department. He said their help has been a “godsend.”
(Enterprise photos — Aaron Cerbone)





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