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Vol. 19 No. 35; May 31, 2012
On-line at addigest.com
Napaul Publishers, Inc. - © 2012 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Think  
New Custom BuildModular Home Visit:
www.advancedmodular.com
518-279-1005
RESIDENTIALCUSTOMER
ADVANCED MODULAR
584-5656
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KINDSOF SERVICE ON EUROPEANSDOMESTICS & IMPORTS.
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Engine Light DiagnosticsAll Transmission/Transfer Case Repairs
* Fleet Work & Commercial * Free Towing with Major Repairs* Free Multi-Check/Estimates * The Biggest & Best Warranties Available!
$
19
99
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6-15-126-15-12
A Complete Car Care Center 
TRANSMISSION CARE COUPONSTRANSMISSION CARE COUPONSTRANSMISSION CARE COUPONSTRANSMISSION CARE COUPONSTRANSMISSION CARE COUPONS
Financing Available!
254 Washington Street Saratoga Springs NY
(across the street from the Post Office)
Discounts for the Military and Skidmore/Empire Colleges
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We HonorCompetitors’Coupons
 
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POOL CHEMICALS SALE!!!
Route 7 (Ctr Brunswick) Troy, NY•corner of 7@278 
518-279-1785 • VT 866-698-7946
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$19.75$3.99$9.95$14.95$69.00$8.99
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$79,900
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Large Ranch
with 7/12 roof, 3bedrooms, 2 baths,amenities galore!
2 Story Colonial
3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths,oak stairs, tray ceiling,7/12 roof dormer,patio door, loaded
 
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Double Wide
 
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WINDYHOLLOWHOMES
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 Pleasant Valley, 4573 Route 40, Argyle, NY 12809
For more information contact
The Adult Home Director 
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SMALL 2 BEDROOMDOWNSTAIRSGREENWICHAPARTMENTFOR RENT
Suitable for 1 or 2, W/D, stove,refrigerator included, no pets.Lease & deposit required.$500/mo.
518-692-2235SALEM ONE BEDROOMAPARTMENT
Big kitchen,dishwasher, deck with yard.Available around July 1st.$550/mo utilities included.
518-854-924228 ACRES FOR SALE-
withdrilled well and camp on Tow-path Road in Kingsbury.$130,000.
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518-339-0606.OUT OF COUNTYBUYER WANTS A FARM!
Reasonablly priced. Call Al atBryce R.E. at
518-441-4353.EAST GREENWICH,
hamlet on theBattenkill. Stylishapartments set in romanticgardens. 2 BR $700 and$750. 1 BR $550 and $600plus utilities, security, lease.No pets.
518-854-9285.NYC BUYER WANTSWATERFRONT HOMEOR CAMP.
 
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One bedroom,W/D, porch,/ to yard. Veryclean. $575/month. Securityand references required.Very clean
518-695-3274
.
FOR RENTGREENWICH VILLAGEAPARTMENT
two bedroom overlookingthe Battenkill. $695/mo plusutilities.
518-692-2066.SALEM HOUSE FORRENT:
5 rooms, 2 baths, laun-dry room. $700/mo plus utili-ties.
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$109,000
or- 47 ACRES-
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or - 59 ACRES
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27 Main Street Greeenwich;2nd floor.
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WE DO
ALL
KINDSOF SERVICE ON EUROPEANSDOMESTICS & IMPORTS.
Brakes • Mufflers • Tune Ups
Engine Light DiagnosticsAll Transmission/Transfer Case Repairs
* Fleet Work & Commercial * Free Towing with Major Repairs* Free Multi-Check/Estimates * The Biggest & Best Warranties Available!
$
19
99
$
100
OFF
6-15-12
A Complete Car Care Center 
TRANSMISSION CARE COUPONSTRANSMISSION CARE COUPONSTRANSMISSION CARE COUPONSTRANSMISSION CARE COUPONSTRANSMISSION CARE COUPONS
Financing Available!
254 Washington Street Saratoga Springs NY
(across the street from the Post Office)
Discounts for the Military and Skidmore/Empire Colleges
AMERICANAMERICANAMERICANAMERICANAMERICANUTUTUTUTUTOOOOOANDANDANDANDANDTRANSMISSION CENTERTRANSMISSION CENTERTRANSMISSION CENTERTRANSMISSION CENTERTRANSMISSION CENTER
We HonorCompetitors’Coupons
CAR TROUBLES?CALL US!
*We Will Beat AnyLegitimate Competitor’sPrice
*See us for details.
6-15-12
PUMPS AND MOTORS SERVICED AND REBUILT
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POOL CHEMICALS SALE!!!
Route 7 (Ctr Brunswick) Troy, NY•corner of 7@278 
518-279-1785 • VT 866-698-7946
FEATURING
SalePricesGoodThru6.15.12
FREE COMPUTERIZED WATER TESTING
$19.75 $3.99$9.95$14.95$69.00$8.99
CalciumLithoPowerSuperShockPoolSalt3”TabsAlgae
Prevent
$115
SuperWhiteClarifier
Store Hrs:M-Fri.9:30-6Sat 9-4Sun 10-3
Tabs
HELP NEEDED-
Three hundred athletes will make their way to Hudson Crossing Park, located atLock 5 off Route 4 in Schuylerville for the third annual Hudson Crossing Triathlon on Sunday,
June 10th
, between 8am and 10:30am. The sprint-distance triathlon consists of a 500-yard swimin the canal at Lock C-5, a 12-mile bike ride along scenic country roads in Northumberland, and a5k run in Schuylerville. Organizers are seeking enthusiastic volunteers who would like to cheerathletes, hand out water, direct traffic, kayak, offer motorcycle support, lifeguard or other roles.The race starts at 8 a.m. and is expected to conclude by 10:30 a.m. All volunteers receive an eventshirt and can sign up at www.hudsoncrossingtri.com/volunteer. Certain roads will be closed anddetours in place to enable motorists to travel around the race course while the race is in progress.Information about traffic patterns is available on www.hudsoncrossingtri.com. Hudson CrossingTriathlon serves to highlight Hudson Crossing Park and brings additional visibility to the ChamplainCanal, Village of Schuylerville and the Towns of Northumberland and Saratoga. For more informationor questions about volunteering, please contact Chris Bowcutt at 518 290-0457 orcbow142@yahoo.com.
The Town of Saratoga
is apply
ing for grant funds to continue its Mobile Home Replacementand Housing Rehabilitation Programs. All homeowners in the Town of Saratoga, Village of Schuylerville and Village of Victory are strongly encouraged to submit an application to secure aposition on the 2013 waiting list for these programs. For more information on the Mobile HomeReplacement and Housing Rehabilitation Programs please call 695-3344, or visit thewww.marvinandcompany.com to download an application. Applications for the 2013 Programsare also available at the Marvin & Company office, 12 Spring Street, Suite 103 in Schuylerville.
The Whipple City Festival will be awarding the original art of a published “Close ToHome”
cartoon to the top three contingents or floats in the Whipple City Parade on June 15. Theartwork is provided by “Close To Home” syndicated artist John McPherson, who will also leadthe parade as the Grand Marshal. This year’s parade theme is The Sunday Comics.The judges for the parade will be three Greenwich students, all outstanding in their art classes,who share a lifelong love of comics and cartooning. Grady Dixson, a senior, works part-time at theComic Depot in Wilton Mall, which helps fund his collection of original comic art. Dixson saidwhen he was younger, he had dreamed of being a cartoonist. Now he has his sights set on attendingfilm school and becoming a screenwriter. A character himself, Dixson said the bulk of his drawingis done during classes as doodles on notebook paper. Pete Hayes, a junior, reads the comics in thenewspaper every day, and has done so for as long as he can remember. His favorite comic reads arethe mainstream superheroes. A serious young man, Hayes works part-time at Cutie Pharmacare inGreenwich and hopes to focus on math and science in his higher education. Keith Pratt, in 8
th
grade, has a hefty book on his desk at home (a gift from his older brother) that shows step-by-stephow to draw a slew of well-known comic characters. His favorites are Marvel characters, such asthe Avengers. He is currently on a mission himself to collect all the Dr. Pepper soda cans that hostAvenger images. For years, his parents bought the Sunday newspaper for Keith, as he is thebiggest consumer of not only comics, but of news in his family.The judges will view the parade from their table set up in front of the YMCA on Main Street. Thetable will be decorated with original artwork by the three boys. Their top pick in three categories(most comical, most super heroic, and most animated) will get a signed “Close To Home” cartoonoriginal. Marchers in the parade will line up in the Kmart parking lot at 5:30 pm on Friday, June15. Step-off will begin at 6 pm. The winners will be announced at the gazebo in Mowry Park immediately following the parade. John McPherson will also be signing “Close To Home” booksin the park. For more information about the Whipple City Festival and Parade, contact the GreaterGreenwich Chamber of Commerce at 692-7979, or visit www.greenwichchamber.org.
EXHIBIT-
Two hundred years ago this summer President James Madison signed a Declaration of War against Great Britain on June 18, 1812. The three year War of 1812 became known by some asAmerica’s Second War of Independence. At the Washington County Historical Society the currentexhibition, “Hostilities in the Champlain Valley, 1812 to 1814”, focuses on what happened inWashington County and along the shores of Lake Champlain in New York State and in Vermont.Through narratives and commentary by regional historians and eye-witness accounts, throughphotos of re-enactors, and artifacts found from the period, the issues, preparations for war, andmilitary encounters are sorted out and described. On special loan from the Skenesborough Museumin Whitehall a large model of the 17- gun schooner
Ticonderoga
represents the remnant hulk stillexhibited canal-side in Whitehall. Three cannonballs recovered from muddy waters nearby Whitehallare also on display from the museum. Hand-forged iron work, a saber, powder horn and more havebeen loaned by others. The exhibit will remain in place through mid-November in the Society’sreading room at 169 Broadway, Fort Edward. For further information call 518-747-7901.

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