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Schuylerville Insurance North Country Insurance 144 Broad St., 101 Main St., Free Schuylerville 695-4665 Quotes Greenwich, NY or 677-2110 518-692-9601 Bad Driver?..Good Rates. Good Driver?..Excellent Rates JUST A PHONE CALL AWAY! FOR SALE OR LEASE: BUILDINGS & GARAGES Various possible business uses. Two cleared acres. Well maintained & protected. 518-623-4567 or FOR RENT 5 Room House, 2 Bedrooms & Bath Upstairs, Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Full Bath Downstairs. No Pets. $750/mo. 518-854-9278 TWO APARTMENTS AVAILABLE. One on the first floor; one on the second floor; both two (2) bedrooms. 27 Main street Greenwich, NY 518-791-3001


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HOUSE FOR RENT 2200 sg ft ranch. 3 bedroom. Walking distance to stores. Greenwich School District. 518-538-4611 RENTAL: One bedroom, W/D, porch,/ to yard. Very clean. $575/month. Security and references required. Very clean 518-695-3274 . Looking For Land & Residential Properties with 5 to 200 acres! Call if you are looking to sell or buy. CORLEW REALTY 518-638-6473 email

NYC BUYER WANTS WATERFRONT HOME OR CAMP. Good price. Call Al at Bryce R.E. 518-441-4353. SCHUYLERVILLE ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT FOR RENT includes heat, lights, water and sewer. $700/mo 518-338-8311 HOUSE FOR RENT Very clean, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, deck, W/D hookup, single floor, country setting. No pets. Greenwich $800/mo+ Security. 518-692-8258.

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13 Annual Balloon Festival Set to Launch, June 7-9 Sponsors Making it Happen!
CAMBRIDGE The Cambridge community is gearing up for the 12th Annual Cambridge Valley Balloon Festival, set for Friday, June 7 through Sunday, June 9, 2013. An outpouring of support from community businesses and organizations is again responsible for bringing this fantastic event to Cambridge. The Cambridge Valley Chamber of Commerce, organizer of the event, is putting the final touches on the schedule of events and the commemorative program. Latest information is available on the Chamber website at Schedules will appear in local newspapers next week. The Festival will again feature 10 hot air balloon pilots flying up to 15 different balloons over the hills of Cambridge, Jackson and White Creek (weather permitting). This years balloon sponsors include Ackley-Ross Funeral Home, Baker Insurance Agency, Cambridge Guest Home, Country Gals Caf, Glens Falls National Bank, Paraco Gas, OHearns Pharmacy, Schoolhouse Pizza, Team Tinkham Prudential Manor Homes and The Eagle Newspaper. Welcome gifts for the pilots are sponsored by Dee Dee Wilkie. Traditionally, pilots carry a bottle of champagne in the balloon basket to present to the owner of the property where they land after a flight. Champagne for this years festival is being sponsored by Black Dog Wines & Spirits. The Opening Ceremony on Friday evening will feature music by the Washington County Band and the introduction of all pilots and their sponsors. The ceremony is sponsored by Hoosick Tire. Throughout the weekend, many events will be held to entertain crowds between the launches and to showcase the Cambridge community. On Friday morning, elementary students at Cambridge Central School will enjoy an inflation demonstration, which is sponsored by the PTP. On Friday evening, an amazing fireworks display will light up the sky, thanks to Absolute Auto Credit, Anthem Sports Tour of the Battenkill, Leon Barkley Real Estate, Captain Maxson Post #634, R.H. Endee Electric, Mommas Restaurant and Southwestern Vermont Health Care. Robert Wuagneux will entertain the crowd at the Guest Home Park from 7:30 p.m. until the fireworks begin. During the day on Saturday, many events occur, including the First Balloon Festival Car Show sponsored by the Cambridge Lions Club, hosted by VARAK Park. Live performances by the Hill Country Cloggers and the Tonebenders will be part of the Car Show, thanks to the generosity of The Garden Shop, Happy at Home Pet Sitting Service, Kings Car Care Center, Mark Pluta and Noble Ace Hardware. On Saturday night, the Taste of Cambridge returns, sponsored by Adirondack Trust Insurance and Cambridge Valley Machining. Happy Days Again DJ Service will provide music during the Taste and during the spectacular Moon Glow, sponsored by Cambridge Guest Home. Both events are in the Guest Home Park. On Sunday, the community bids farewell to this years pilots at the Pilots Brunch, sponsored by Eagle Bridge Smoked meats. For details on the times and locations of these events and other activities organized by community groups, pick up a copy of the festival program, which will be available during the week in various locations around the area. There will also be a scheduled sent home with the elementary students and you can always find information on our website, FESTIVAL MERCHANDISE AVAILABLE Postcards, t-shirts, hats, pins and other merchandise are being sold to support the festival again this year. The logo and which was created by Meaghan Wilkins based on the photography of Owen Kelso is featured on this years shirts and pins. Eight photographs were chosen and made into an 8 post card set. Prior to the festival you can purchase shirts at Ohearns Pharmacy. Postcards can be purchased at Battenkill Books and Deluge Design. Pins are also being sold at Deluge Design. Merchandise is also available at the Chamber Office, 13 West Main Street (by appointment or chance). For additional information on the Festival, visit or 518-677-0887


LIGHT UP THE NIGHT- ireworks Display during the balloon festival. The fireworks will take place on Friday evening, June 7. Best viewing is in the Cambridge Guest Home Park on South Union Street (the site of the fireworks display formerly put on by the Cambridge Fire Department). The display will be presented by Alonzo Fireworks and is sure to be a spectacular show! For details, visit or call 518-677-0887. OPEN HOUSE- June 08, 2013 Cambridge Balloon Festival - Open House at New Skete Monastic Communities, Cambridge, NY - 10:00am - 4:00pm. Church tours at 11:00am & 1:00pm, New Skete cheesecake bakery tour at 12:30pm, puppy socialization demo at 1:30pm, dog training demo at 2:30pm, , chapel communitys bake and plant sale, un-guided hiking and gift shops. Taste of Cambridge at 5:00pm, behind the IGA in town; buy desserts and the nuns cheesecakes. Monks of New Skete, 250 New Skete Lane, Cambridge, NY. Nuns of New Skete 435 Ashgrove Road, Cambridge, NY. Information: (518) 677-3928 ext. 214 or CONCERT- On Sunday, June 9 at 7:00pm, Music from Salems Viola Seminar will perform a concert at Hubbard Hall in Cambridge NY. The Viola Seminar is an intensive week-long seminar for young professionally-bound violists, led by Music from Salem director and violist Lila Brown, violist Leonard Matczynski (director of the Apple Hill Chamber Music Festival), and pianist Marc Ryser. After visiting the room of their talent in the magical atmosphere of the Brown Farm, they will present the fruit of the weeks immersion at this concert at Hubbard Hall, which will include a premiere arrangement of a Bach fugue for viola choir! Admission: Pay what you wish, so everyone can attend. Any and all contributions are welcome. More info at: or 518.232.2347 FIRST SUMMER PROGRAM- On Wednesday, June 12, 2013, at 7:00 p.m. the Cambridge Historical Society & Museum will host the first in a series of Wednesday evening programs for the summer season. Barbara Baker, teacher and author, will speak about the writing of her work in progress, a book about a woman and her children who were slaves of Abram VanTuyl in his house on the Turnpike in Cambridge, New York. After much research Ms. Baker discovered through documents that the womans name was Rachel and her children were Susan and Diane. Ms. Baker, a graduate of SUNY at Albany, has taught in Mamoroneck, New York and Manhattan before teaching in Cambridge. She has studied at the University of Vermont and Skidmore College and has been recognized by the National Council of Teachers of English as a Teacher of Excellence. She continues to write and her most recent publication was an article in Hobby Farm Magazine. Among other current projects, she continues work on her book about Rachel. Ms. Baker believes that Rachels story needs to be told. Please join us and your friends at the Cambridge Historical Society on June 12 at 7:00 p.m. Tours of the House will be conducted beginning at 6:00 p.m. and refreshments will be served at the conclusion of the program. Saving Our History Honoring Our Past LANDSCAPES OF WASHINGTON COUNTY- Green Bridge Gallery, located in the heart of the Village of Cambridge, will open on June 14 with its inaugural show: Landscapes of Washington County by Matt Chinian. An opening reception on the 14th from 6-8 p.m. will launch the show WITH music by Athena Burke and light refreshments. This is the first show at The Green Bridge Gallery, which is located in the historical Italianate building in the forefront of VARAK Park. Once a newspaper print shop, the buildings high ceilings and industrial design set the stage for a unique space in which visitors will enjoy viewing the exhibited art. Landscapes will run from June 14 July 15, 2013. The gallery will be open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9 a.m. 4 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. 2 p.m. In addition to the exhibit will be a variety of other items for sale, including jewelry, matted prints, cards and other art and fine craft items. Gallery owner, Meaghan Wilkins, is still booking artists for the 2013 season and looking for fine jewelry, textiles, pottery, furniture makers and other artisans to place more permanent displays for sale in the gallery. If you would like to be considered please email a bio/resume and four digital images of your work to The gallery is located at 13 West Main Street in the Village of Cambridge, New York. For information about upcoming shows please visit COUNTRYFEST-The Schaghticoke Fairgrounds is excited to announce that WGNA will be celebrating 20 Years of Countryfest at the Schaghticoke Fairgrounds on Saturday, July 13, 2013. WGNA made their public announcement on air Friday, February 22nd. The star studded line up includes Darius Rucker, Sheryl Crow, Easton Corbin, Mark Wills, Greg Bates and Joel Crouse. More artists are expected to be added. The Schaghticoke Fairgrounds is located in Schaghticoke, NY and is home to the Great Schaghticoke Fair which will be celebrating its 194th year this Labor Day. For all the details and ticket information on Countryfest 2013, go to For more information on the Schaghticoke Fair, please visit COMMUNITY CITIZEN AWARD GIVEN- The Battenkill Conservancy (BkC) has announced the recipient of its second annual Community Citizen Award for 2013. The award will be given to West Hebron resident Joshua Levy. Community leader, environmentalist and business owner, Josh Levy has been an important contributor to the well-being of the Battenkill watershed communities. He is president and founder of The Phantom Laboratory, which since 1989 has developed and manufactured high-precision phantoms and custom solutions for medical imaging and radiation therapy fields. In addition to being a key employer in Washington County, his company has been recognized by the U.S Department of Labor for its workplace safety and health program. The company was one of New York States first to receive membership in the Safety & Health Achievement Recognition Program or SHARP. Joshs commitment to the environment is evidenced by the design and energy improvements that have been made to the laboratory itself including the buildings passive solar design, maximum use of natural light and an on-grid solar energy system that produces 40% of the buildings electricity. Excess clean energy is sold back to the local electric company, further reducing the C02 emissions generated by conventional electricity. The addition of a recycled, carbon neutral wood pellet boiler enables The Phantom Laboratory to produce 80% of its building and process heating requirements. Joshs focus on the environmental impact of his company extends to the work environment he provides his employees including over 41 acres of outdoor recreational hiking, biking and snow shoeing trails. Being able to offer his employees the beauty of the Battenkill watershed is key to attracting and maintaining a talented and committed work force. Josh has invested much of his time assisting those organizations that help to preserve and protect the areas natural resources including serving many years on BkCs board. His hard work and dedication to BkC and his continued service on the Advisory Board is key to the organizations ongoing mission of protecting and enhancing the Battenkill Watershed and made him a natural choice to receive this years award. The Battenkill Conservancy Board of Directors created the annual Community Citizen Award in 2011 to recognize a local resident whose contributions to civic, non-profit, artistic or environmental projects have been beneficial to the Battenkill and thus to the community at large. The award will be presented at the annual The Battenkill Runs Through It Beach and Music Festival on Saturday, June 1st, at the Greenwich Town Beach. - 518-638-8950

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Call for Convenient Appointment. All Work Guaranteed. HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 8:30-5:00 Sat. by appt. Suzanne Poudrier 30 Years Experience David English in Collision & Paint Industry. Frame Straightening & Repair. Foreign & Domestic. Auto Glass Work. Insurance Estimates.

Funeral Notice: Funeral Ceremony for Ethel Bounds will be held Monday, June 24th at 1 pm
at the Visitation Cemetery on Cemetery Ave. in Schuylerville. Family & Friends Welcome.
WANTEDOLD BOTTLES all sizes, colors. Call 1-802774-8005 or 802-362-2508 HANDYMAN WANTED To Do Odd Jobs. Schuylerville Area. Also: FIREWOOD FOR SALE! 518-583-6562 or 744-2534. LAND OR FARM WANTED: Top price paid. Out of country buyers. Call Bryce Realty 518-271-7630 HD DANA WIDE GLIDE for Sale 2006 1450 engine 5,000 miles all the extra\'s low price 10,500 call 796-8627

Turn off Rt. 29 at Village Market Corliss Ave. & John St. Ext. Greenwich -- 692-7774
HELP WANTED HANDS FARM STANDS. JUNE-OCTOBER. Flexible hours including weekends. Customer oriented, cash register experience a plus. 518-692-7502 R&R GREENHOUSE Open For The Season! Bedding plants, & Vegetable plants. Located on Rt. 40, 1/2 mile south of Route 29 next to Greenwich Elks. 518-692-7312

HOT WATER HEATER Bock, hot water heater/ 50 gallon oil fired. $150.00 (518)639-4489 weekdays after 6pm./ Sat. and Mon. mornings.

HOT TUB FOR SALE. Hot Tub,5 jets, with cover 2 person, made by saratoga spa 700.00 or best offer. Works great. or 518-260-8404

Now With Hard & Soft Serve Yogurt!

Weekdays: 2:30-9 Sat & Sun: Noon-9

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3162 State Route 4 Hudson Falls, NY 5187470560 Also: Full Color Prints On Vinyl! Wall Graphics. Laminations!

Spring special: Any driveway 10x150: $2500


BEST OF QUALITY TAXIDERMY Deer Heads Mounted. Bear Rugs Made. Museum Quality. 518-642-9570 FOR SALE: 2008 Timber Wolf wood elevator . 5hp Honda motor 19 ft. $ 5000.00 518-538-9187 or 518683-1302

We Buy Rifles, Shotguns and Hand Guns IN ANY CONDITION Warrensburg, NY 518-623-4567

4 lbs. Beef Patties 3-3 1/2 lbs. T-Bone & Porterhouse Steaks 5-6 lbs. Bone-in Chicken Breasts 4 lbs. Pork Spareribs All 3 lbs. Homemade Sausages For 1 lb. Hot Dogs $ 5 pk. Pepperoni Sticks 1 lb. American Cheese A VARIETY OF SALADS AVAILABLE!
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Hrs: M-Thu 5:30am-10pm. Fr 209 Main Street 5:30am-9pm. Hudson Falls, NY Sa 8am-6pm. Sun 8am-2pm MONEY - MONEY MONEY ALL SCRAP METAL WANTED! We come to YOU! Fast & Courteous Service!! TRUCKS, TRACTORS, CARS, VANS, HEAVY EQUIPMENT, POOLS & MORE! ANYTHING METAL. Call 518-260-2960 FOR SALE: Juke Box Kettle Corn Popper, Used 1 Time, Cost $1,000 Will Sell for $495. Blue Tip Spincast Rod & Reel, New cost $300, Used Once, will sell $95. 2 Captain Chairs for Van, like New, $250 for both. Large Dresser with 22x34 mirror, $70. 6 Grandfather Clock (battery) $70. 518-747-5275

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WE SPECIALIZE IN ESTATE CLEAN OUTS. Antiques purchased or consigned. WANTED: antiques, collectibles, fine used furniture, china , glass, books and garage sale items. Call 518-747-0197 NOW ACCEPTING OR WILL PICK UP Scrap Metal or Appliances Also: We buy & pickup scrap cars. 518-695-6757

On County Route 74, Greenwich 692-9366 Open 8-5 Mon.-Sat.


RHUBARB FESTIVAL- The third annual Rhubarb Festival at the Warrensburgh Riverfront Farmers Market is scheduled for Friday, June 7 from 3 - 6 p.m. Locally grown rhubarb stalks and plants sold. Information on how to grow rhubarb provided by Warren County Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners. Rhubarb recipes and website information distributed. Samplings of dishes using rhubarb. Bring your favorite rhubarb dish for all to taste and win a prize. Rhubarb - Friend of Foe Music in the Gazebo. Our committee has been hard at work sourcing out as much locally grown rhubarb as possible. If you have plants or cut fruit and would like to sell or donate to the festival, please let us know. More information available by calling 466-5497 or e-mailing


Locally Owned By the Rieger Family for over 40 years.

38 Qt. Wheeled Cooler .................................. $19.99 20 Lb. Hardwood Charcoal ............................. $8.99 Solar Stake Path Light .................................... $1.99 Color Changing LED Solar Stake Light ........... $4.99 2 Gal. Back Reliever Tank Sprayer ............... $12.99

JUNE Bargains of the Month

Trimmers & Chainsaws Parts & Service


Locally Grown Bedding Plants & Vegetables, Perennials, M-F 7-5:30 Shrubs, and Trees.

New Stock Weekly!

Sat 8-5; Sun 9-5

2339 State Route 40 Greenwich, NY 518-692-1015

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OLDE SARATOGA PLUMBING & HEATING Owner-Donny Seymour SUMMER SPECIAL: Furnace cleaning- $80
Cambridge, Greenwich, Schuylerville, Saratoga Areas Over 30 years experience.


ALL FOR THE LOVE OF DOGS! A Home Based Grooming Business! 121 Beaver Street, Schuylerville, NY (518) 695-2003

WOOD ELEVATOR FOR SALE 2008 Timber Wolf wood elevator . 5hp Honda motor 19 ft. $ 5000.00 518-538-9187 or 518-683-1302

OLD BOOKS & ANTIQUES AT 1786 WILSON HOMESTEAD, Architecture Antiques Cookbooks Travel Women Decorative Arts Native American Children's Illustrated Natural History Gardening Biography NYS & VT History Diaries Textiles Poetry Fiction NONFICTION FOR THE CURIOUS Open Sat & Sun.11-5 Or By Appointment. 518-854-3134 7 Mi. N of Salem, NY Off NYS Rt. 22, 1/2 Mi. on Chamberlin Mills Rd. APPLIANCES RECONDITIONED & GUARANTEED Refrigerators, Ranges, Washers, Dryers. Best selection, price & guarantee. New & Used parts. Major credit cards. 518-761-9501 59 Boulevard Queensbury, NY 1-800-640-4313


Since 1970
Buying ALL Quantities of Wheat Pennies 2 Cents each. No amount too big or too small. We will buy other coins as well. Voted 2013 Best Coin Dealer in the Region by the Post Star! I have been in business for over 25 years. I am the oldest retail coin dealer in Warren County!!

A Reputation Built on Quality and Reliabilty

Commercial Residential All Types of Commercial & Residential Roofing Completely Insured
Rt. 4A West Bomoseen, Vt, 05732
BUNNIES FOR SALE Various colors and kinds. $10 each. 518-642-3776 DRUMMS SAWMILL Kiln Dried Rough Cut and Planed lumber in stock. 1" & 2" T&G. Shiplap, Novelty Siding, Log Cabin Siding. V-Groove. Hrs: M-F 8 am-4:30 pm; Sat. 8 am-3:30 pm Pick-up or delivery. 193 Casey Road in Schuylerville. 518-928-9982 518-583-1168 We now accept all major credit cards! BAND SAWN AIR DRIED PINE LUMBER. 1x's and 2x's. Most sizes on hand. Also, kiln dried Hardwood Flooring in Oak, Cherry and Hickory. Pratt's Sawmill . 518-677-5609, leave message.

Tel: 802-265-8033 Fax: 802-265-3511

Hrs: Wed-Thur-Fri 10am-4pm.

FOR SALE: 12x24 chain link rectangular surround. Ideal for dog or small farm animal. $800. 518-692-2221.

SCRAP TIRE REMOVAL Call for pick up or drop off service available. 518-6869621 Hoosick, NY

WANTED L..H. & W. CRANDALL EASTON N.Y. Jar 518-802-774-8005 SHARPENED ALL PURPOSE STAKES . Great for gardens, lawns, landscaping. Available in 1x1 hemlock, hardwood or locust. In various lengths. Sold individually in bundles of 50 or palets of 500. ALSO 2x2 locust for fence posts. Windy Hill Sawmill 167 Windy Hill Road Greenwich, NY 518-695-6149.

RICH BADGLEY EXC AVATION All forms of Excavating. Ponds Dug or Cleaned: Land Clearing. Foundations Dug. Driveways Installed. Brush Hogging. Bank Run Gravel. Screened Topsoil. 518-692-8888

LAND OR FARM WANTED: Top price paid. Out of country buyers. Call Bryce Realty 518-271-7630 TIRES FOR SALE Car, Truck, Dump Truck, Tractor trailer. NEW & USED. CHRIS CONNOLLY 421-3608 753-4542

CASH: For crank phonographs, early 78's, cylinder records, parts. Call 798-5612 PARTY TENTS FOR RENT Reserve Yours Now! Don't Be Left Out! Also: Large cold food chests. Call 692-2028


ARGYLE LIVESTOCK STATION ADVANCE NOTICE Machinery Consignment Auction Saturday, June 15th @ 10am. *We have consigned a line of equipment from Tom Barnes* Accepting consignments. Call now 518-638-8580

10th Annual Jerry Simon Jr.
Memorial Bass Tournament
Sponsored by Cossayuna Lake Improvement Association


Saturday, June 29th, 6 AM - 11 AM

$25.00 Entry Fee. 50% Payout Junior Registration fee 13 & under $10 - 100% Payout Bass Master Rules
Live or artificial bait. Only live fish count. All fish released after tournament

Pre-register online or Call 677-2652-8 am - 5 pm 692-8274-Eves or send check payable to: C.L.I.A. c/o Jerry Simon 45 S. Park St., Cambridge, NY 12816
All proceeds to Cossayuna Lake Improvement Association.

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BINGO Rensselaer Countys Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road, Grafton, NY Bingo, every Wednesday and Friday at 1 pm. If you have any questions, or would like to join us for lunch, please contact the center at 518-279-3413. LUNCH, LEARN & PLAY FUNDING Plans are underway for the 2013 Lunch, Learn & Play summer enrichment program for area children at the Salem Courthouse Community Center. The six week program will commence on Monday, July 1 and run through Friday, August 9. Once again, the children will have the opportunity to participate in the American Red Cross swim program offered at Lake Lauderdale each morning returning to the CCC for a healthy, nutritious lunch and an afternoon filled with stimulating programs. There is no enrollment charge for LL&P, and the CCC is hard at work seeking the necessary funds to support this program. To raise additional funds for Lunch, Learn & Play on Friday and Saturday, June 7 and 8, the CCC will host its second Salem Film Festival and Fashion Show starting at 7 pm. Chris Fronhofer and students from the Salem High School film club will premiere original short films. Following the films, there will be a fashion extravaganza under the direction of the talented Suzi Thomas. Both evenings will also feature a dessert auction as well. The proceeds from all events will support Lunch, Learn & Play. The CCC is located at 58 East Broadway directly across from the school. SENIOR TRIPS- On June 12 the Greenwich Seniors Club will ride on the Champlain Canal boat Caldwell Belle south from Schuylerville. On June 19 the fair shuttle will take them to the top of Willard Mountain for a picnic. Regular meetings on June 5 and 19 will not be held. BACK TO THE 50S- Dinner! Dancing! Silent Auction! A Rockin Good Time! Discounted tickets are still available until June 15th for Music from Salems Back to the 50s gala benefit party which will be held on July 12 at 5pm at the beautiful DeVries Farm in Argyle, New York. But dont delay! Tickets are $59.95/person (or buy a table for 10 for $550) only until June 15th. After that, the price will be $75/person. Visit for details, or contact us at or 518-232-2347. Join us for a terrific fun-filled evening and support Music from Salem! GOLF TOURNAMENT- August 24 Cornell Cooperative Extension will be holding its 4th Annual Golf Tournament and Silent Auction at Cronins Golf Resort in Warrensburg, NY. All proceeds from this benefit will be used to help financially support Cornell Cooperative Extensions educational programs. A donation of $85 per person includes: green fees, cart, chicken barbecue, goodie bag, awards and prizes. The tournament will begin with registration at 9:15 a.m., followed by a shotgun start at 10 a.m. The tournament format is a 4-person scramble. Individual players are welcome and will be placed within a team. New this year we will be offering at $1,000.00 putting contest and a $500.00 Price Chopper Hole-in-One contest. Pre-registration for tournament and barbecue is required by contacting Amy Sabattis at 518-623-3291 or 668-4881. MASS AT HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH is Sunday is at 9:00 am. The Vigil Mass has returned to Holy Cross on Saturdays at 4:30pm. There is a childrens Liturgy offered at Sunday Mass to which all are welcome. Morning Prayer is held on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8:30am. Wyler Rpbert Smith, son of Kelly and Mason Smith, will join our community through Baptism on Sunday, June 9. There will be a Communion service on Wednesdays at St. Patricks at 8:30am. St. Patricks will hold its annual Strawberry Festival on June 16th from 1 4pm. Father Condons Golden Jubilee will be celebrated at Holy Cross on June 9 with a Mass at 3 PM followed by a reception for all on the lawn. A dinner will then be held in the church hall. Seating for the dinner is limited and people need to sign up in church or contact Lonnie Rasmussen at 854-9749 or Eileen Dashnaw at 854-9540 to reserve a place. Last years Parish Picnic was a great success and people requested it be held annually. This year, it will be held on August 4th, after Mass. Mark your calendars. BRUNSWICK HISTORICAL SOCIETY OPEN Wednesdays 1 3 p.m. and Saturdays 10 a.m. 3 p.m. Located in the historic Garfield School, 605 Brunswick Road, Troy and public is welcome. We have an on-site extensive genealogy library available.For information call 279-4024 or view us at NEW EXHIBIT- new exhibition opened recently at the Washington County Historical Society: Stocking the General Stores in Washington County, New York, 1900 to 1950. Changes in transportation are documented by period photographs and artifacts. Goods and services in the stores are discussed by local writers who also remembered or heard about railway and canal experiences. Shipments made their way up the Hudson, through the Champlain Canal and north to Lake Champlain or when heading south to Albany, Troy or New York City. Containers had improved to accommodate larger numbers of goods and more efficient ways to dispense foods in the stores. Options in 1900 now included wooden boxes, cloth bags, crates, barrels, kegs, tin bins, cans and, for home-use, scuttles and baskets. There was no light-weight cardboard, no corrugated cardboard boxes, few brown paper bags, to say nothing of plastic! Conveyances varied according to size, weight, and distance which commodities had to travel. Locally, some general stores would take orders and deliver in a day or two. A wagon or cart with horse could be rented by an individual or small business from a livery for local travel. Within the county, stagecoaches could carry travelers and their baggage, smaller parcels, and some mail. By using both the canal and, later, the railroad, general stores provided necessary and desirable goods closer to home. Stocking the General Stores is open to the public at no charge on Wednesdays and Fridays from 10:00 A.M to 4:00 P.M. through November. It is in the Heritage Research Center at the Washington County Historical Society, 167 Broadway, Fort Edward, New York. For further information call 518-747-9108 or email SEED GIVEAWAY- As we approach the 2013 growing season, let us show our pride and plant Warrensburghs colors - blue and gold - in our landscape. Warrensburgh Beautification will be giving away Heavenly Blue Morning Glory seeds, the Town of Warrensburgh Bicentennial Flower, in celebration of the 200th anniversary. The seeds were a donation by John Scheepers Kitchen Garden Seeds. Seed packets with planting instructions will be available at the following locations: Aloha Florist, Emerson Town Hall, Glens Falls National Bank, Lazy River Farms; Nemecs Sport Shop, Farm & Garden Center; Rebeccas Florist and the Warrensburgh Museum of Local History. The Warren County Bicentennial Flower, Rudbeckia hirta, will also be available to purchase at local garden centers. Gardens of blue and gold flowers and heirloom variety plants will be judged and awards given by a committee of Beautification this Summer. Any questions, please contact Teresa Whalen at 466-5497 or DAY CAMP REGISTRATION- Dont miss out! Summer Camp registration is in full swing. Sign up today and you can be assured that your child will be having lots of fun this summer in a safe and friendly environment. Program runs June 25 through August 9; Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Before and after program child care is also available. For additional information, please call (518) 584-9455, or go online to to download Summer Camp Registration Form. Space is limited and fills up quickly. Registration ends June 12. BASS FISHING TOURNAMENT JUNE 15TH. Fish Creek from 9P bridge to last barrier before the Hudson River. $15 entry fee per person 100% payback*: 1st 40%, 2nd 20%, & 3rd 10%, & Lunker 30% *Prizes will be determined based on number of entries. Fish must be weighed in at the Gun Club no later than 2:00 PM. Drinks, hot dogs, burgers, and fries may be purchased from the club. A fish fry will be held at the club after the weigh-in. For info call Art Thivierge at 695-9407 or Mike Jennings 695-3747. Pay entry fee at the Club.

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SMART SENIOR PROGRAM- The Troy Senior Center located at 19 Third St. Troy invites you to join us for our monthly Smart Senior Program for June. This program is aimed at providing information, assistance, and education to seniors. The presentation is on Tuesday, June 11 at 11:30 am in the dining room. Our guest Speaker will be Cheryl Lawyer from the Northeast Association of the Blind. HAWAIIAN LUAU- Rensselaer Countys, Troy Senior Center, 19 Third Street, will be having a Hawaiian Luau on June 12 starting at 11:00. Grab your Grass Skirts and Leighs and we are off for a day in Paradise - a South Sea Island getaway. Come and enjoy a tasty meal of Sweet & Sour Chicken Breast, Parslied Rice, Whole Baby Carrots, Dinner Roll, and for dessert, Strawberry Pineapple Cup. Entertainment will be by Joe C Pro-Sound, sponsored by CDPHP. For more information and to make a reservation for lunch, please call 270-5349. - 518-638-8950

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CALLING ALL RHUBARB GROWERS! RHUBARB FESTIVAL! The third annual Rhubarb Festival at the Warrensburgh Riverfront Farmers Market will be held on June 7th, and Warrenburgh Beautification representatives are looking for rhubarb plants and rhubarb to sell. If you wish to donate, we will come and dig up the plants for you, or you could dig your own and we will pick up. If you would like to come and sell your plants and rhubarb that would be fine as well. Either way, please contact Ruth Fruda at 623-9489. HERITAGE HUNTERS MEETING- Heritage Hunters of Saratoga County will meet on Saturday, June 15, at 1pm at the Town of Saratoga Town Hall, corner of Rt. 4 and Rt. 29 in Schuylerville. Bill Greer, a trustee of the New Netherland Institute, will present, Sex and the City: The Early Years. Bill will talk about the bawdy world of Dutch New York from 1624 to 1664 through anecdotes of real people and events. He will discuss the art, literature and folklore of the era and how this culture engendered an independent streak that fueled a rebellion of the common people against their rulers. This conflict, many historians argue, laid the foundation for the pluralistic, freedom-loving society that America became. Public is welcome. For information call 587-2978 HOOSIC VALLEY SENIORS MET- Hoosic Valley Seniors met May 14, 2013 at noon at the American Legion Hall in Schaghticoke, NY. Several birthdays were celebrated in May - Virginia Adams (93), Bud Tate and Dot Bott. The Bunks (Henry and Sylvia) celebrated 42 years of marriage. The Hill Country Cloggers entertained us. We all danced along with them! A great time was had by all. Our next meeting will be June 11, 2013, with a hotdog picnic at 12 noon at the American Legion Hall of Schaghticoke. Joe Cybulski will entertain us. Come - bring a dish and place setting at join us!! PIZZA AND WING NIGHT at Victory Mills Fire Dept., June 29th from 4 PM- 8 PM. Eat in or carry out. Place your order at 695-6623 after 2 PM. Cheese pizza 12 cut - $11, Pizza with the Works 12 cut- $18, Toppings -$2 each (sausage, pepperoni, peppers, onions, mushrooms & extra cheese). Wings with celery, carrots & blue cheese, 1 dozen -$8, extra blue cheese -$0.75 (plain, mild, hot or xtra hot and sweet baby bbq). GRAND OPENING EVENT- Hudson Crossing Park Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for the new Riverwalk Sensory Trail and the adjacent Alfred Z. Solomon Kayak Launch on Saturday, June 15th beginning at 2:00pm. Hudson Crossing Park, located just off Rt 4 north of Schuylerville, will add 2 amenities to improve accessibility and enjoyment for visitors. A 1540 stone dust path along the shore of the Hudson River, the Riverwalk Sensory Trail provides a multi-sensory, immersive, riparian path for visitors to follow as they navigate through the park. Special features are included to enhance the experience for those with mobility and visual impairments, making the trail a unique asset for the greater Hudson Valley community: corduroy wooden strips cross the smooth, wide surface indicating points of interest; hand-cranked listening stations mounted along the trail interpreting the stories of the land and water; life-size sculptures of birds mounted at railing height providing touch-based experiences will soon be added. These enhancements will help to amplify the sights, sounds, touch, and understanding of the surrounding natural area. The Alfred Z. Solomon Kayak Launch, located just south of the Sensory Trail, provides an ideal destination to launch or land your canoe or kayak. Selected with the advisement of local paddlers, the new launch site provides a safe and appealing entry point for excursions along the Hudson, and accessible using a paved path from a roadside drop-off point.

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MURDER MYSTERY DINNER THEATER: The Poestenkill Christian Church will host a Murder Mystery Dinner Theater on Saturday, June 22. Murder in Poestenkill written by Ron LeVan and Kathryn Capalbo will be performed by the Highlight Acting Troupe. Come and help solve the mystery of who murdered Horace Serley, the bank president. Was it his wife, his son, a long time friend or a bank employee? You can ask questions of the suspects and help the detectives discover who the murderer is. The dinner will be an Italian Buffet and the cost is $15 for the dinner and show. Dinner will be served at 6 pm and the show will start at 7 pm. For reservations call Joyce at 518283-4728. Reservations are due by June 15th and payment is required in advance. Visit the Highlight Acting Troupes website at for more information. 518-237-6936

FRIENDS OF THE IBAS IBA FIELD DAY & NIGHT OUT Artist Reception on Saturday, June 8. Celebrate the return of breeding songbirds to the Washington County Grasslands Important Bird Area, or IBA! This double header event features a morning of bird viewing, bird walks and exhibits and presentations about birds, followed by a wine and cheese reception for Art for the IBA artists with live music the same evening! More info: 518-796-6003. HUDSON CROSSING PARK INVITES YOU TO THE RIBBON-CUTTING Ceremony for the new Riverwalk Sensory Trail and the adjacent Alfred Z. Solomon Kayak Launch on Saturday, June 15th beginning at 2:00pm. Hudson Crossing Park, located just off Route 4 north of Schuylerville, will add these two amenities to improve both accessibility and enjoyment for visitors. A 1540 stone dust path along the shore of the Hudson River, the Riverwalk Sensory Trail provides a multi-sensory, immersive, riparian path for visitors to follow as they navigate through the park. Special features are included to enhance the experience for those with mobility and visual impairments, making the trail a unique asset for the greater Hudson Valley community: corduroy wooden strips cross the smooth, wide surface indicating points of interest; hand-cranked listening stations mounted along the trail interpreting the stories of the land and water; life-size sculptures of birds mounted at railing height providing touch-based experiences will soon be added. These enhancements will help to amplify the sights, sounds, touch, and understanding of the surrounding natural area. The Alfred Z. Solomon Kayak Launch, located just south of the Sensory Trail, provides an ideal destination to launch or land your canoe or kayak. Selected with the advisement of local paddlers, the new launch site provides a safe and appealing entry point for excursions along the Hudson, and is easily accessible using a paved path from a roadside drop-off point. These two exciting additions to Hudson Crossing Park support its mission of offering a bi-county public, educational, and recreational destination. Join the park in celebrating the opening of these new attractions, and thanking the many contributors who brought these projects to fruition. Info: 518-670-2983

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If at first you dont succeed, appoint a committee! Did you hear about the podiatrist who ran for Mayor of his town? He was defeeted. Modern nuptuals: Kathy, do you take this man, Jake to be your lawful wedded husband? If so, click I do. Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is not putting it in a fruit salad. My sister is so conceited, she sent our parents a congratulations card on her birthday! A doctor asked his patient how much exercise he got. The patient answered, Well yesterday I took a five hour walk through rough terrain, waded into a lake, got sand in my shoes and nearly stepped on a snake. The doctor was impressed, You must be a great outdoorsman. Nope, said the patient, I was playing golf. DROP IN, DROP OFF OPEN HOUSE- The Double L Stable Equine Rescue and Sanctuary will be holding their annual Drop In, Drop Off Open House on Saturday, June 8 from 9 AM to 3 PM at 9 Tilford Rd., Argyle, NY 12809. Drop in to meet our sanctuary horses and learn about what they do and the programs they are involved with. While you are here drop off anything at all that might help out Double L. We will be collecting cans and bottles as well as used ink cartridges for recycling. We are also collecting any Nutrena feed tags. Money raised from these items goes toward the care of the horses. A bale of hay or any bag of grain is always welcome. Cat food is always in need for the resident ferals. A gift card for feed or sipplies would be super. There will be a clicker training demo around 10 AM by Cindy Davidson of Silver Eagles Farm, Argyle. Raffles & prizes will be up for grabs too!

STAY INFORMED The Washington County Tea Party Patriots will hold their monthly meeting on Thursday, June 13 at 7pm at the usual location in the Washington County office complex, Upper Main Street Fort Edward, building 2, lower level. Assmblymen Steve McLaughlin, and Dan Steck, along with Tony Jordan will be our speakers. They will bring us up to date on the legislative issues before them in Albany. Please bring your questions. All are welcome; bring some friends. You are welcome to take notes of the meeting! - 518-638-8950

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VALLEY FALLS UMC- Everyone is invited to worship at the Valley Falls United Methodist Church at 16 State Street each Sunday morning at 9:00. The service, led by Pastor G. Ewart Morris, is followed by a coffee hour. Children participate in the first part of the church service and then are invited to attend church school. The choir practices on Thursday evenings. If you can sing and read music, you are invited to join. Prayer shawl ministry meets on the first and third Tuesdays of the month at 7:00 p.m. All who knit or crochet or would like to learn - are welcome. The church is handicapped accessible and has an assistive listening system. All are welcome! Call 753-4848 or check out our web site at more information. Please join us!


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ROAST PORK DINNER: The North Granville Methodist church will hold a roast pork dinner on Thusday June 13th. We are located on route 22 and will begin serving at 4:30PM. The cost is $9.00 for adults, $4.00 for children 3-10 and free for children under 3. For any info: Roberta Lay Pastor at 518-8124001

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WARREN COUNTY 4-H IS LOOKING FOR A FEW GOOD VOLUNTEERS! The Warren County 4-H Youth Development Program needs volunteers who are interested in starting or co-leading 4-H clubs. We are looking for adults over the age of 21. If you or someone you know is interested in volunteering for 4-H please contact Cornell University Cooperative Extension of Warren County (CCE) at 518-668-4881 or 518-6233291and ask to speak with Martina Noone. TRAPPER & HUNTER SAFETY COURSES OFFERED A Trapper Safety Education Course will be offered on June 15 from 8:00 4:00 at the Skenesborough Skete Club on County Route 9 in Whitehall. You must pre-register with Marc Evans at 499-1862. A Hunter Safety Education Course will be offered on June 3 & 6 from 6:00 9:00 and June 8 from 8:00 2:00 at the Skenesborough Skete Club on County Route 9 in Whitehall. You must pre-register with Marc Evans at 499-1862.

VILLAGE WIDE GARAGE SALE- The Valley Falls Village-Wide lawn and Garage sale will be held Saturday, June 8, from 9am 2pm. The sale is sponsored by the Valley Falls Library, which will host its annual Treasures and Trash sale on the library lawn. There will be hundreds of books, a variety of garage sale items and homemade bake goods. Perennial plant sale. During the day, food will be available at the United Methodist Church and at the Library located on State Street. The Village is located on Rte. 67, 1.5 miles East of the Schaghticoke fairgrounds. For more information call the Valley Falls Library at 753-4230 or visit the library at 42 State Street during the following hours: Tuesday, 9:30-12, 1:00-8:00; Wednesday 1:00-8:00; Thursday 9:30-12:00, 1:00-6:00; Friday 9:30-12:00, 1:00-6:00; Saturday 9:30-1:00.

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Napaul Publishers, Inc. SENIOR TRIP- Quaker Springs Seniors the Sunshiners senior group is accepting reservations for a trip for a Show and buffet luncheon in Rome NY Wednesday June 12th. 2013. The bus will depart Quaker Springs 8 am and from Greenwich 8:30 am. Returning at 6:30 pm. Information/reservations contact Rose at 518-695-3638. FOOD DRIVE- maurices, aviation mall is holding a food drive to benefit OPE DOOR SOUP KITCHEN. While we participate in a number of maurices-sponsored benefits throughout the year, we are especially proud when we have the opportunity to support causes right here at home, says Store Manager amber vedder. The food drive continues through JUNE. Customers can drop off their donations any time during store hours, which are mall hours. Items needed include non-parishables,juice boxes,healthy snacks,toiletries. For each donation, people will receive a coupon for 20 percent off any one regular-priced maurices item. maurices offers clothing and accessories for fashion-savvy young women in sizes 1 to up to size 24. This drive is just one way we can express how grateful we are to be a part of this community, says amber vedder. We invite customers to be part of this effort and look forward to giving them a special deal on an item from maurices in return. FLAG DAY CELEBRATION- Membership at the Rensselaer Countys Troy Senior Center, 19 Third St, Troy would like to invite you to share in a tribute to ALL veterans 60 years of age or older on Flag Day, Friday, June 14. Veterans and their spouse can enjoy our wonderful complete lunch for FREE, our treat. The Uncle Sam Sparklers Line Dance Group will be entertaining at 11:30 lunch is served at 12:00 Noon. Please call 270-5349 for reservations. RUMMAGE SALE- Fort Edward Rescue Squad Spring Rummage Sale/Bake Sale, Schuyler Street, June 7,8,9, 8am-4pm. Something for everyone!!!!!! A FUND-RAISER HOUSE AND LAWN SALE WILL BE HELD AT THE HEBRON PRESERVATION SOCIETY June 8 at 6560 Route 22 in East Hebron. Due to earlier inclement weather, the sale will now continue in combination with the Societys event, A Day in the Life of a One-Room Schoolhouse . The sales hours are 9 AM to 4 PM and the program activities will be from 1 PM to 4 PM.Included in the sale are collections of European art and architecture lithographs; miscellaneous smalls; fine china set; tools; books; metal Pennzoil sign; chairs; gas grill; and more. Free parking for both events is available at the United Presbyterian Church across Route 22 from the schoolhouse. The public is invited and there is no charge for the events. TORNADO RELIEF FUND RAISER: The Warren County 4-H program, led by the Speeding Bullets club, will be hosting a tornado relief fundraiser Saturday, June 8 at the Tractor Supply store in Queensbury from 10am to 2pm. They will be selling seed packets, 4-H Country Clover (country music) CDs, and will have a number of door prizes to giveaway to some lucky donors at the end of the day. The door prizes will include a youth recurve bow, a Brunton compass, handmade crochet blankets, and a few others. The Warren County 4-H program is holding this fundraiser to help the tornado relief efforts for effected 4-Hers in Oklahoma. Show your support for tornado relief and for 4-H! If you cant attend the fundraiser you can still help, you may make donations directly to the Oklahoma 4-H Foundation online via their website: - simply click their Donate to 4-H button. Before you complete your gift, click on the add special instructions link in order to tell them that your gift is for disaster relief.For more info contact Cornell Cooperative Extension of Warren County and speak with John Bowe at 518-668-4881 or 518-623-3291.

June 7, 2013

SENIOR TRIP- Last chance to sign up for the 8 day/7 night trip to MICHIGAN & TORONTO on June 7-14th, 2013, featuring the Lilac Festival at the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island. The Moreau Seniors of South Glens Falls is offering this trip which includes a tour of Ford Rouge Factory, overnight at Amway Grand Hotel, tour of Gerald R. Ford Museum, Frederick Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park, Traverse City, overnight stay on the shores of Lake Michigan, Sleeping Bear Dunes, Charlevois, two nights, two Dinners and the Grand Lunch Buffet at the Grand Hotel, Carriage tour of Mackinac Island, visits to Flint, MI, Crossroads Village, and London, Ontario, Dinner overlooking the Thames River, Tour of Toronto, Mirvish Village, CN Tower, Wizard of Oz, Niagara Falls, and more. 7 Breakfasts, 7 deluxe Dinners, and the Grand Hotel Lunch Buffet are included, as well as all admissions, tour guides, motorcoach transportation, and tips. Insurance is included in the price of $2,220 per person (double occupancy). Call the Moreau Seniors, 792-6007 for the complete itinerary or more information on this wonderful trip. CCC RECEIVES LARAC FUNDING The Salem Courthouse Community Center is pleased to announce it has received LARAC funding in support of two worthy initiatives. The 2013 grant will enable the CCC to once again offer its Music in the Courtroom chamber music series under the direction of accomplished pianist, conductor and educator, Daniel Shulman. The Sunday concerts at 3 pm will be offered on June 9. Mr. Shulman has lined up an impressive roster of talented performers who will present compositions by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Schubert and Mozart. Mr. Shulmans commentary before each selection provides great insight into the lives of the composers and the times in which they lived. LARAC has also funded Art for Young Students, a wonderful opportunity for art instruction which will be offered over the spring school break from April 1 through April 5. The classes are being conducted by Gabi Moore, an artist who lives in Cambridge. Gabi has extensive teaching experience including eleven years at Fordham University. Students between the ages of 5 to 9 may take advantage of Painting for Fun from 1 to 2 each afternoon. Extreme Drawing is being offered to students between the ages of 10 to 14 each afternoon from 2:30 to 3:30. Due to the generous support of LARAC, there will be no charge to participate in either class. Space is limited and parents should contact the CCC at 518-854-7053 to register their children. Both events are made possible, in part, with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts Decentralization Program, administered locally by the Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council. ORAL HISTORY PROJECT- The Warren County Historical Society will be conducting oral history interviews during the Rural Heritage Festival and Youth Fair at the Warren County Fairgrounds in Warrensburg, NY on August 10th. The Warren County Historical Society is searching for individuals who would like to participate and are specifically interest in talking with individuals who have some knowledge in three specific areas: World War II Memories: We are looking for individuals who have memories of The Home Front during WWII (1941-45). Do you remember Pearl Harbor, D-Day, the election of 1944, and FDRs death? Also do you remember V-E Day and V-J Day, rationing, victory gardens, movies, songs, etc.? Fairs in Warren County: We are interested in talking with individuals who remember the various County Fairs in Warrensburg and perhaps other locations through the 1960s. Churches: We are looking for individuals who have an interest in the importance of churches in the development of a community. It would be especially interesting to learn why a particular congregation formed in a particular community, and what influence the people of the church had on the community, and the role of the church in creating a gathering place for people to meet for social events. If you are interested in participating in these interviews, you can call the Warren County Historical Society before August 10th (743-0734) to make arrangements to be interviewed. MONTHLY BREAKFAST- The Valley Falls VFW located on Poplar Ave is having their monthly breakfast Sunday June 9th 8-11 AM. Menu consists of hash browns, eggs, pancakes, french toast, juice, coffee, fruit and Biscuit with sausage & gravy. It is sponsored but the Ladies Auxiliary to benefit local and service projects. CAR SHOW- General Schuyler Emergency Squad 2nd Annual Car Show. Proceeds to benefit GSES. Sunday, June 9 from 11 to 4. 10 Different Classes to be awarded. Spectators Free; Refreshments Available. For information contact George Garney 308-1292. THE HUDSON RIVER SHAKESPEARE COMPANY WILL BE HOLDING AUDITIONS for its summer production of William Shakespeares Henry IV, Part II on Wednesday, June 12, at 7:00 pm at the United Methodist Church, 227 Main Street, Hudson Falls. Parts are available for ages 7 and up. No previous experience or prepared material is necessary however it is important to be on time. Henry IV, Part I is a history and continues the story of the troubled king. It chronicles the conclusion of Henry IVs tumultuous reign. Andy Daly will direct. Rehearsals for this production will be evenings Monday through Thursday, June 24 through July 18. Not everyone will be called for every rehearsal. There will be four performances July 19 and 20 at 8:00 PM and two matinees on July 20 and 21at 2:00 PM at the Little Theater on the Farm. Please call 747-4418 or email for additional information or visit SINGERS, DANCERS AND MUSICIANS WANTED for the Rural Heritage Festival & Youth Fair Talent Show!A Talent Show, open to ALL Warren County youth ages 3-21 years, will be held on Saturday, August 10, during the Rural Heritage Festival & Youth Fair. This event, sponsored by Cornell University Cooperative Extension of Warren County, is solely for the purpose of providing an opportunity for encouragement, development, and discovery of amateur entertainers. Each contestant will receive recognition for their performance. Prizes, sponsored by local businesses, will be awarded to the top contestants in both the mini (ages 3-12) and maxi (ages 13-21) divisions. In addition, those who place in the top spots in both divisions are eligible to compete in the NYS Fair Talent Showcase in Syracuse, NY. For more information or to enter, please contact the Cornell University Cooperative Extension Education Center in Warren County at (518) 668-4881, (518) 623-3291, or email to All entries must be received by 4:30 p.m. on July 25, 2013 to participate. QUILTING COMPETITION- The Warren County Historical Society is sponsoring an adult quilt competition, organized by sewing and quilting expert and author, Linda Denner. Cornell Cooperative Extension of Warren County is offing the same for a youth division. Both will be judged separately with prizes awarded, and a combined adult and youth exhibition of submitted quilts will be displayed for public enjoyment during the 2nd Annual Rural Heritage Festival & Youth Fair which will be held August 10th at the Warren County Fairgrounds in Warrensburg. The quilt competition is open to all residents of Warren County; entry deadline is July 25th. Entry forms are available on our website: or by calling 518-743-0734


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AUCTION ITEMS SOUGHT- The Warren County Historical Society is looking for donated items to be auctioned Saturday, August 10th at the Rural Heritage Festival & Youth Fair. Items of special interest are: antique farm & garden tools, period kitchen & glassware, small farm machinery, old toys and games, postcards and photographs; period and regional craft work such as lacework and table linens, silhouettes, quilling; baskets, fishing gear, etc. Monies raised from the auction will benefit the Warren County Historical Society. Please contact the Historical Society at 518-743-0734 if you would like to make a contribution to the auction.

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The Stovery - Home of Soothing Fires