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747-9535
• Fax: 747-9529
C
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Weekly Publication that means BUSINESS!
• 13 Broad St, Hudson Falls, NY 12839 •
 
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Vol. 10, No. 20, June 22, 2012
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Napaul Publishers, Inc. - © 2012 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
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July 7th
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June 24th
in the Saratoga Battlefield visitor center where authorsRen and Helen Davis will showcase the remarkableaccomplishments of the CCC at Saratoga Battlefield and in manyof America’s National Parks. For more information on this orother events at Saratoga National Historical Park, please call theVisitor Center at 518-664-9821 ext. 1777, check our website atwww.nps.gov/sara or friend us on our Facebook site,www.facebook.com/saratoganhp
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: Pamphlet Stitch,
June 20,
6-7pmAs part of Diver’sread/fold/make book arts series, learn to sew a book by hand withthe simplest of bookbinding stitches: the pamphlet stitch. Noexperience or prior knowledge required.
Summer ReadingProgram
Kick-Off Party,
June 26,
2-4pm. This year’s theme isDream Big- READ! Get your reading progress sheets, make afirefly jar, enjoy some light refreshments, and check out thisyear’s exciting prizes!
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HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF THE TOWN OF CHESTEROPEN HOUSE
on
June 27
at 7PM in the Chester MunicipalCenter. It’s the first program of the season. Everyone is welcome.
JANE AUSTEN SOCIETY OF NORTH AMERICA (JASNA)LAUNCHES FIRST REGIONAL CHAPTER
- The Jane AustenSociety of North America announces the formation of a new region,the New York Capitol Region. There will be a meeting of any andall interested in becoming a member on
June 24
at 2PM with themeeting place to be determined. For additional information, callPat Friesen, Regional Coordinator of the JASNA New YorkCapitol Region, at 1 (518) 450-1079 or emailmcfriesen2@gmail.com. Visit www.jasna.org to become a memberand review the many Jane Austen related activities throughoutthe country. This year the annual national conference will takeplace in Brooklyn, NY, October 5-8, 2012.
MONTHLY MEETING-
After The Fire’s monthly meeting willbe Tuesday,
June 26
at 7 PM at the Halfmoon Town Hall onHarris Rd. in Halfmoon. New members are always needed, arewelcome to attend a meeting, find out more about our organization,and see how you can help your neighbors in need. After The Firehelps Saratoga County residents who have suffered a loss due tofire. The group is comprised entirely of volunteers and existstotally on donations. They provide families with personal careitems, clothing, a night’s stay at a participating hotel/motel, giftcards, Red Cross referral, informational material, emotionalsupport, etc. If you would like additional information pleaseleave a message at 435-4571 or visit www.afterthefire.org
LEARN TO ROW!
Saratoga Rowing Association is now offeringan Adult Learn To Row. This is a 7 week session beginning July10, 2012 and ending August 30th, 2012 (no class week of August13th), on Tuesday and Thursday each week at 6 pm at ourboathouse, 543 Union Avenue, Saratoga Springs. Registrantsmust be 18 years of age or older to join. Cost is $150 plus a $10temporary membership. Register at www.saratogarowing.comor call the office at 587-6697.
CHICKEN BBQ DINNER
at West Fort Ann United MethodistChurch on
Saturday, July 7th!
The meal includes BBQ chicken,potato salad, Cole slaw, roll, and a choice of beverages. Dessert isstrawberry shortcake. The dinner will be served from 4:30 PMuntil 7:00PM - or until the food is gone. Take out or eat under thetent. The cost is $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for children 5-12.Children under the age of five are free. The church is located at1011 Copeland Pond Road, just off of Route 149, in Fort Ann.Info @ 518-793-6735, o 792-6647.
BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG PRESENTATION
- If the battleof Gettysburg was the most important of the Civil War, the thirdday was the most important day of that battle. The day featuredthe heroic but suicidal Confederate action forever known asPickett’s Charge. Using scenes from his film on the subject, DavidDeVries will make Pickett’s charge come to life and analyze whyit was such a legendary disaster for Robert E. Lee and theConfederacy. Presented By: David DeVries, Location: ArgylePresbyterian Church, Date & Time: Wednesday, June 20th at7:00PM. Sponsored By: Argyle Free Library and ArgyleCommunity Enhancement Team
CALL FOR ARTISTS/ENTRIES
to 2012 Friends of the IBAJuried Art Show. Artists working in both 2D and 3D mediums areinvited to submit new or recent work for juried consideration intothe 2nd Annual Friends of the IBA Juried Art Show. Exhibition
opens September 1st
, 2012 and runs to September 28, 2012 atthe North Country Arts Center’s Gallery on the 2nd Floor of Glens Falls City Hall. We are excited that this venue offers spaceto include 3D art this year! CASH PRIZES awarded for 1st, 2nd,3rd. Theme for 2012 is Life in the Washington County GrasslandsEach artist can enter up to 2 pieces, entry fee $20 whether 1 or 2entries. More info: Visit http://www.ibafriends.org/calendar/  juried-art-show/ for full details, including deadline, drop off dateand Artist Reception date/times. NOTE: downloadable entryand release forms must be submitted with fee
by August 20th!OPEN HOUSE HORSE RESCUE:
Double L Stable EquineRescue and Sanctuary will hold a summer ‘Drop In Drop Off”open house June 30. Stop by the horse rescue between 9a.m -3:00p.m. to meet the sanctuary horses and to find out aboutadoptable horses in the area. Please bring by any bottles or cansor empty ink printer cartridges and drop them off. The items willbe recycled and the money will go to the horses care. Any itemsthat may be of use are welcome. Drop off a bale of hay or any bagof grain too. Free to attend, donations always welcome. Locatedat 9 Tilford Rd. Argyle, NY 12809 (518)638-6929 orManemare04@aol.com for more info.
RECITAL TO BENEFIT LUNCH, LEARN & PLAY-
On Sunday,
July 1
at 3 pm, gifted mezzo-soprano, Rebecca Rogers will offera recital to benefit Lunch, Learn & Play at the Salem CourthouseCommunity Center. A June 2012 graduate of Salem WashingtonAcademy, Rebecca has achieved many honors in musiccompetition. She was the recent high school division winner of the 2012 Art Song Festival, novice division winner of theMendelssohn Society’s Joel Dolven award and one of 2 winnersof the Burnt Hills Oratorio Society’s 2012 Vocal Competition.She is well known in Salem for her performances in varioustheatrical productions at school and at the Fort Salem Theater,where she wowed the audience in the Courthouse talent shows.She is currently studying with Skidmore College professor NancyJo Davidsen. During her years at the Salem Washington Academy,Rebecca has provided much support for CCC activities and ispleased to be able to offer this performance to benefit the Lunch.Learn & Play summer enrichment program for area children. Thereis no admission fee, but donations would be appreciated. TheCCC is located at 58 East Broadway and is handicap accessible.

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