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Vol. 18- No.16 March 1, 2017
Vol. 18- No.16
March 1, 2017

Mail: 13 Broad St., Hudson Falls, NY 12839 • e-mail: addigest@gmail.com - Napaul Publishers, Inc. 2017 All Rights Reserved

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Napaul Publishers, Inc.

March 1, 2017

Napaul Publishers, Inc. March 1, 2017 CORLEW REALTY 2243 Coach Rd., Argyle, NY 12809 518-638-6473 Serving

CORLEW REALTY 2243 Coach Rd., Argyle, NY 12809

518-638-6473

Serving Washington & Warren Counties Sandra Corlew, Broker/ owner

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

CAMBRIDGE, NY Cozy, Luxury 2 Bedroom Apartment.

LAND OR FARM WANTED:

Top price paid. Out of coun-

try buyers. Call Bryce Realty

518-271-7630

NYC BUYER WANTS WA- TERFRONT HOME OR CAMP. Good price. Call Al at Bryce R.E.

518-441-4353.

FOR RENT: Retail/Office space. South Argyle. 1200±

sq. ft. $700/mo. plus utilities. Call Rich at

518-638-8950

SCHUYLERVILLE

ONE BEDROOM APART- MENT FOR RENT includes heat, lights, water and sewer. $700/mo

INSURANCE

INSURANCE WE ARE HERE TO SERVE YOU: Schuylerville Insurance 144 Broad St., Schuylerville 695-4665 Bad Driver?

WE ARE HERE TO SERVE YOU:

Schuylerville Insurance 144 Broad St., Schuylerville 695-4665

Bad Driver? .. Good Rates Good Driver? .. Excellent Rates North Country Insurance 101 Main St.,
Bad Driver? ..
Good Rates
Good Driver? ..
Excellent Rates
North Country Insurance
101 Main St.,
Greenwich, NY
518-692-9601

Free Quotes

JUST A PHONE CALL AWAY!

schuylervilleinsurance.com

HOME FOR SALE:

Hoosick, 3 bedroom ranch.

Poor credit? Home ownership possible.

From owner, no banks.

Call Noon-8 pm only

518-205-5438

HOUSE FOR SALE: 4 bed- room, brick, dead end road, large yard, wood and oil heat. Call 518-854-7731. $85K. Salem, NY.

VALUED HOMES • WE DO IT ALL - property, foundation- turn key - We are your
VALUED HOMES
• WE DO IT ALL - property, foundation- turn key - We are your 1 STOP SHOP
• Colonial, Capes, Ranches WE HAVE IT ALL.
• Bring us a floor plan and we will BUILD IT FOR LESS- LOWEST PRICES.
• Customize your home today with us.
• New Custom 3 bed-2 bath, open floor plan,
Only $ 49,900
• Come see our 2 NEW HOMES on display. More on the way!
• DISCOUNTS on in-stock models.
SINGLEWIDES
DOUBLEWIDES
MODULAR RANCH
Starting at
Starting at
Starting at
$ 34,900
$ 49,900
$ 63,900
EXIT 17N 3 miles north on Rt. 9,
1 mile North of Hess & Rt. 197
nyvaluedhomes.com • 518-793-1266
WE ARE HERE
EVERY WEEKEND

FARMS and LAND:

White Creek: 122 acres, farm- house, barn. $189,000. Hebron: 33 acres, Colonial, massive barn. $275,000. Granville: 166 acres, mead- ows, woods. $298,000. Hebron: 122 acres, 2 houses, pond, meadows, woods, out-

buildings. $343,000. Hebron: 60 acres, open, wooded, stream, views.

$89,900.

Whitehall: 119 acres, 3800 sq. ft. contemporary, outbuild-

ings, super views. $515,000.

www.michael-craig-

campbell-realty.com

518-642-2274

ONE BEDROOM APT FOR RENT : Country setting in Schuylerville. Includes heat, electric, water/sewer, lawn maintenance and snow plow- ing. $775/mo. 518-338-8311.

Need to sell your home? Call Al Konieczny @ Bryce Real Estate 441-4353 Competitive , Reliable, Professional and Proven Service for all your needs!

RESTAURANT FOR SALE: OWNERS RETIRING • Well established-over 30 years! • Excellent Location. Br oadwwwwwaaaaayyyyy FFFFFamil
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• Excellent Location.
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NY 12828
Exclusively with Susan E Saint Laurent
Real Broker LLC • 518-791-1961

SHUSHAN, NY

LISTINGS WANTED:

Serious, qualified buyers are searching for a FARM, land

or country homes.

www.michael-craig-

campbell-realty.com

518-642-2274

Modern Kitchen, Stainless Granite Countertops, Gated Off Street Parking, Ground Floor. Washer & Dryer, Additional Storage
Modern Kitchen, Stainless
Granite Countertops,
Gated Off Street Parking,
Ground Floor.
Washer & Dryer, Additional
Storage Included.
Utilities Included, Heat,
Water, Electric.
518-338-8311
NEED TO SELL YOUR
HOME OR PROPERTY? List
with us at a fair price. If we
don't sell your home we will
pay your $500. Al Konieczny
at Bryce Real Estate Call for
details.
F0R RENT
WE NEED NEW
LISTINGS!
Farms, Acreage,
Country & Village Homes.
Alan Brown Realty
GRANVILLE, NY
$1075 per month.
518-441-4353.
518-281-4261
1-518-854-9840
One and two
bedroom apartments.
Starting at $600.
Water, sewer, on-site
laundry, trash, snow &
garbage removal.
1-845-436-1215

Country farmhouse , 3 bed- room, 3 bath, W/D, A/C, lawn & snow maintenance included. Overlooking Battenkill and minutes to Arlington, VT. $1150/mo. + utilities.

518-854-9840

Napaul Publishers, Inc. March 1, 2017 CORLEW REALTY 2243 Coach Rd., Argyle, NY 12809 518-638-6473 Serving

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Napaul Publishers, Inc. March 1, 2017 PITTSTOWN SENIORS TRIP S for 2017— April 26-28 : Lancaster,

PITTSTOWN SENIORS TRIP S for 2017— April 26-28 :

Lancaster, Pennsylvania—”Jonah” at the Millennium Theatre, “Vegas Legends” at the American Music Theatre, plus tour of the Amish Countryside. $380. per person. Includes luggage han- dling, taxes, meal gratuities, transportation. $20. holds your seat. The rest is due after reservations are made. June 8-16, 2017: 9- day trip to Branson, Missouri. Shows, meals, bus driver, and maid gratuities are included for $925. per person. For more in- formation, call Sylvia at 518-478-3338. Please leave a message. There will NO meetings January or February of 2017.

FISH FRY FRIDAYS: The Fish Creek Rod and Gun Club lo- cated on route 32 south of the village of Victory ( look for our sign ). Fish Fry Friday will continue every FRIDAY THROUGH MARCH. Time 4:30 - 7 PM , Menu: Fried Fish, Fried Clams, Fried Chicken Tenders , Popcorn Shrimp, Buffalo Shrimp, also available will be Clam Chowder by the bowl or by the quart. You are invited to eat in at our club house or to call ahead for Take Out 695-3917. EVERYONE will be welcome.

SALEM WOMAN’S CLUB PLANS 23RD ANNUAL

WOMEN’S HEALTH DAY. This year’s event will be held on Saturday, April 29th with the theme “By Women For Women”. It is co-sponsored by the Womans Club and Glens Falls Hospi- tal, with the support of multiple local sponsors and contribu- tors. Women’s Health Day is held at Salem Central School with assistance from administration and custodial staff. Included will be a continental breakfast, luncheon and door prizes, kindly donated by local businesses. This year’s keynote speaker is con- firmed and six workshops will be offered.

Napaul Publishers, Inc. March 1, 2017 PITTSTOWN SENIORS TRIP S for 2017— April 26-28 : Lancaster,

BEGINNER & EXTENDED SEASON VEGETABLE GAR-

DENING PROGRAM to be held at Crandall Public Library On Wednesday, March 22nd, two Cornell Cooperative Exten- sion of Warren County Master Gardeners will be giving a presen- tation on beginner and extended season vegetable gardening. Rick Goodman will discuss beginner tips for success, including site selection, weed control, watering schedules and the “square foot” gardening technique. Susan Therio will walk through the process of extending the growing season using home-made cold frames, row covers and the structure of your own home. Held in Crandall Public Library’s Christine L. McDonald Community Room and run from 6:30pm to 8:30pm with time for questions. No pre-reg- istration is required. Contact Catherine Martini at 518-623-3291 x208 or cm648@cornell.edu for more information.

THIS MONTH’S REIKI SHARE will be held from 1 to 3 p.m., Sunday, March 5, at Nature’s Gate, 214 McDougal Lake Rd., Cossayuna, NY. Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. It is gentle, non-inva- sive, and recipients remain fully clothed.Reiki practitioners of all levels and lineages and people who have no experience with Reiki are welcome. There is no charge, but please bring non-perishable food or a monetary donation for a local food pantry. To RSVP and for more information, contact Evan Lawrence at (518) 677-5662 or healthyevan@verizon.net.

GREEN FIREWOOD FOR

SALE: $165 full cord, includ- ing local delivery. Out of area delivery: $180/cord. Credit cards accepted.

518-915-4040

447 Main Street, Bennington, Vt
447 Main Street, Bennington, Vt

MONTHLY BREAKFAST- The Auxiliary from Valley Falls VFW Post 1938 located on Poplar Ave. will have their monthly breakfast Sunday March 12th 8-11AM. Menu consist of eggs made to order, French Toast, Pancakes, sausage, bacon, toast, fried potatoes, coffee, juice, fruit and biscuits with sausage gravy. Cost is adults over age 13 $8 children 5-12 $4. There will be a basket of cheer raffle to help in the cost of a new flag pole that will be drawn after the breakfast. Please come and support the community and service men and women.

VENDORS WANTED- Craft Fair, Saturday April 8th, 2017, Queensbury Center, 742 Bay Road, Queensbury. 9 AM - 3 PM. Homemade Crafts and Manufacturer Representatives are wel- comed!! Call 761 2644 for more information.

PANCAKE BREAKFAST: Sunday, March 5th 8 to 11 AM Hartford Vol. Fire Co. 8118 State Route 40 Hartford, NY $7 Adults, $4 Children 5 – 12, Free Children under 5. All you can eat. Menu: pancakes, eggs, ham, sausage, toast, beverages, and REAL MAPLE SYRUP.

BREAKFAST AT THE AMERICAN LEGION #574 72 Pearl Street, Hudson Falls Sun March 12 8-11am. $8/person, $3 for children under 10 years of age. Pay at door.

SPAGHETTI DINNER hosted by American Legion Riders and Sons of the American Legion and Down Range MC to benefit Rich chandler. Sat March 11 event 2-7, dinner 3-6pm. $10 at the door. All are welcome!

Napaul Publishers, Inc. March 1, 2017 PITTSTOWN SENIORS TRIP S for 2017— April 26-28 : Lancaster,

Neeson’s

Truck - Auto & Classic Car Sales & Service

Come see us for all of your Service Needs! Over 30 years of experience! A+ Rated by the BBB

  • 2007 NISSAN SENTRA Fully Loaded, 4 Cyl

$5,995

  • 2007 DODGE CALIBER Low Miles, 4 Cyl

$6,995

  • 2006 FORD TAURUS Loaded, V6, Low Miles

$3,995

  • 2004 CADILLAC SRX AWD, Fully Loaded

$6,995

  • 2004 GMC SIERRA 4x4, V8

SOLD

  • 2004 JEEP LIBERTY 4x4, Loaded

$5,995

  • 2003 DODGE NEON 4 Cyl, Auto

$2,995

  • 2003 DODGE DAKOTA Crew Cab, 4x4

$5,995

  • 2001 SUZUKI ESTEEM 4 Cyl, Auto

$2,595

  • 2000 JEEP CHEROKEE 4x4, Auto

$2,995

*Please note that Neeson’s Classic Cars can not be held responsible for any typographical errors found in this advertisement.

Open Monday through Friday 9 AM to 5 PM Also available nights & weekends by appointment only!

7583 Route 22, Granville-Hebron line

518-642-2565

Owner: Tom Neeson

Better Business Bureau A+ Rating

Facility Id# 7098982 www.neesonsclassics.com

Mon-Fri

9AM-5PM

Napaul Publishers, Inc. March 1, 2017 INDOOR FLEA MARKET Some Dealers up to 50% OFF Make

Napaul Publishers, Inc. March 1, 2017

INDOOR FLEA MARKET Some Dealers up to 50% OFF Make a reasonable offer always welcome! New

INDOOR FLEA MARKET

Some Dealers up to 50% OFF

Make a reasonable offer always welcome!

New Stuff every week!

Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday • 9 AM - 5 PM

Vendor Space Available. Donations Accepted.

Free Pickup. Celler, Attic & Garage Clean Outs

7358 US RT 7, Pownal VT • 802-733-4515

BUY - SELL - TRADE - SWAP

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1 YEAR SEASONED SCRAP REMOVAL: Nothing Starter Homes $74k and Up OUT OF COUNTY BUYER FREE:
1 YEAR SEASONED
SCRAP REMOVAL: Nothing
Starter Homes $74k and Up
OUT OF COUNTY BUYER
FREE:
FIREWOOD
too big or too small We
...
Call Jim@ BRYCE 588-6755
WANTS A FARM!
MOTORIZED HOSPITAL
Full Cord $250
take it all!
Reasonablly priced. Call Al at
BED WITHOUT MATTRESS.
Call Dan
cell: 518-955-4026 or
Bryce R.E. at 518-441-4353.
CALL 518-409-2903.
518-859-3555
518-761-6901.
CASH: For crank phono-
DRUM LESSIONS!
graphs, early 78's, cylinder
Warren, Saratoga &
records, parts. Call 798-
ADVANCE NOTICE: MACHINERY
CONSIGNMENT AUCTION
Washington County,
5612
Want to learn how to
play drums? Learn the
basics to advance
Drum Lessons. One
Saturday, April 15th 2017
10 AM
8 McEachron Hill Rd., Argyle, NY
on One lessons w/ a
drum instructor with
Argyle Livestock Station
25+ years experience.
OLD APPLIANCES
Learn Rock & Roll,
Duane and Denise Herrington, Cathy Ellis
And Furniture
Blues, Country, Drum
Call Now With Your Consignments
MECHANICAL REPAIRS:
REMOVED FROM
Rudiments and more.
• Diesel or Gas • Computer Diagnostics
YOUR HOME OR
Will teach any day of
518.638.8580
• Insurance Work • Alignments • Oil Changes
BUSINESS.
the week. Located in
• AC • Brakes • Evaporative Emissions Tests
Small or Large Jobs.
Hudson Falls, NY, or
• New and Used Tire Installations
CLEANOUTS.
I'll teach you at your
Call Bill the Junkman at
FOR SALE:
GARDEN TRACTOR FOR
Over 20 Years Experience Serving You!
home. Please call Fred
518-664-7488.
Used Yamaha Alto
SALE: JOHN DEERE 445
(518) 747-8089.
Credit Cards Ac-
Saxaphone. Very Good
ROUND BALES
2WD, PS, 48” Deck; 48”
WANTED: ODD JOBS like
cepted.
Condition. New cost
early June cut and twine
Snowblower; Tire Chains; and
raking, shoveling, stacking
over $1200. Yours for
wrapped. Mixed grass, never
Wheel Weights. Excellent
firewood etc.
$600.
been wet. Barn stored.
Condition. $4300.00
Bennington area: contact
Call 518-692-7429
518-854-9417
518-632-5448
James 802 430-9385
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Napaul Publishers, Inc.

March 1, 2017

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HIGHER CASH PAID FOR
COINS, jewelry, gold, silver,
watches, diamonds, stamps,
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST’S RECTORY IN CASTLETON TO BE HOST SITE FOR ADULTS
sports cards, sterling,
ONLY: CATHOLIC CONFIRMATION PROGRAM BEGINNING MARCH 7TH- If you are
anything old. Call Dennis @
APPLIANCES
an Adult Catholic and you’ve never been confirmed or if you’ve forgotten everything you learned
518-583-3479 or
RECONDITIONED
when you were confirmed, we have the perfect course for you. Our parishes are offering the
1-800-498-3479.
& GUARANTEED
Burlington Diocese Adult Confirmation Program every two weeks from Lent to Pentecost. Those
Refrigerators, Ranges,
who haven’t been confirmed will be confirmed on Pentecost at the Cathedral. The rest of us will
Washers, Dryers. Best
come out with many blessings, a certificate and the satisfaction that we now have a much better
SCRAP TIRE REMOVAL
selection, price & guar-
Call for pick up or drop off
knowledge of our faith from our study of the United States Catholic Catechism for Adults and the
antee. New & Used parts.
service available. 518-686-
Bible. The course is free , held on every other Tuesday evenings beginning March 7 from 6:30-8
Major credit cards.
9621 Hoosick, NY
pm at St. John the Baptist’s Rectory in Castleton (Rutland County, Vermont). To register and for
518-761-9501
additional information, please contact Paul Turnley at pturnley@aol.com or 802-645-0955 or Rosie
59 Boulevard
Doran at rosemariadoran@yahoo.com or 802-265-8635.
Queensbury, NY
1-800-640-4313

with rotary brush cutter;

22 ft reach. Mowing and

brush cutting of ponds,

steep hills, embankments

and roadways. We also

have multiple versatile

bush hogging and brush

cutting equipment for all

your needs.

Broestler BrushCutting

LLC.

Easton, NY

Fully Insured.

Free Estimates.

518-692-9074.

RON’S AUTO USED CAR SALES

38 Mumford Dr., Clarendon Springs, W. Rutland, VT. 802-438-5434

RON’S AUTO USED CAR SALES 38 Mumford Dr., Clarendon Springs, W. Rutland, VT. 802-438-5434 Jeep Grand
Jeep Grand Cherokee 4x4, V6, Brown . $4995 Chevrolet Tahoe 4x4, V8, Auto, White . $2995
Jeep Grand Cherokee 4x4, V6, Brown . $4995
Chevrolet Tahoe 4x4, V8, Auto, White . $2995
Ford F150 XLT Extra Cab, 4x4, Blk/Tan. $8995
Pontiac Montana Van AWD, 122K, Tan $3995
Ford F150 XL Triton Crew Cab, Black
Chevy Tahoe LT 4x4, V8, Auto, White
Mazda Tribute AWD, Auto 154k Gold
Dodge Dakota 4x4, Quad Cab, White
Ford F250 Extra Cab, 4x4, Auto, Red
Chrysler T & C Van Sto & Go, Green
Toyota 4 Runner 4x4, 1 Owner, Blue
Chevy Equinox LS 4x4, Auto, Green
Chevy Silverado 2500HD 6.0, Black
Ford Explorer XLT 4x4, Auto, Green
Jeep Compass 4x4, 1 Owner, Black
Chevy Avalanche BIG BLOCK, 4x4,
TRUCKS, VANS, SUV’S
Cadillac Escalade AWD, 6.0, White
Dodge Dakota 2WD, Auto, V6, Blue
Ford F150 XCab 116k, Needs Work
Dodge Ram 2500 4x4, HEMI, Silver
Ford Freestar 7 Pass Van, Maroon
Mercury Mariner 4x4, 101K, Silver
Mitsubishi Outlander AWD, Silver
Chevy Blazer 4x4, 2 Dr., Auto, Tan
Honda Element AWD, Auto, Silver
Jeep Grand Cherokee 4x4, White
Dodge Ram 1500 HEMI, 1 Owner,
Toyota 4 Runner 4x4, Auto, Black
Ford Explorer XLT 4x4, 4 Dr, Red
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Dodge Dakota 4Dr XC 4x4, Silver
Chevy Trailblazer LT Auto, Silver,
Ford Escape XLT 4x4, Auto, Blue
Chevy Equinox AWD, 6 Cyl, Red
GMC Yukon 4x4, V8, Auto, Black
Chevy TrailBlazer 4x4, Auto, Tan
Ford Escape Limited 4x4, Silver
GMC Envoy 4x4, V6, Auto, Gray
Dodge Durango 3rd Row, Black
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(518) 746-1496 RON’S AUTO USED CAR SALES FAX (518) 746-1497 Full Service Facility 38 Mumford Dr.,
(518) 746-1496
RON’S AUTO
USED CAR SALES
FAX (518) 746-1497
Full Service Facility
38 Mumford Dr., Clarendon Springs,
W. Rutland, VT. 802-438-5434
From Minor Scratches To
Major Collisions!
71 Harrison Ave,
Hudson Falls, NY 12839
CARS
Donald Beebe
11
Chevy Impala LT Auto, Blue
$4995
beesesautobody@gmail.com
just off Burgoyne Ave.
10
Kia Forte Koup Red 137k
$5495
09
Hyundai Accent 5 Speed, Blue
$2995
FIREWOOD FOR SALE:
HAY FOR SALE
CASH: For crank phono-
DRUMMS SAWMILL
08
Frod Fusion 4 Dr, Auto, 139K, Black
$3995
full cord, local, unseasoned
3’x3’x8' / 800lb+ Bales
graphs, early 78's,
Kiln Dried Rough Cut
08
Mitsubishi Eclipse 4 Cyl, Auto, Silver
$3995
Hardwood, cut and split. 518-
Cattle Quality $40.
cylinder records, parts.
and Planed lumber
07
Dodge Caliber SXT Auto, Red, 121K
$3995
692-2109
Call 798-5612
518-378-0901
in stock.
07
Mitsubishi Eclipse 4 cyl, Auto, Silver
$3495
1" & 2" T&G.
Shiplap,
07
Ford Five Hundred AWD, Red
$3995
PRICED TO SELL!
Novelty Siding, Log
07
Pontiac G6 GT V6, Auto, Red
$3995
Cabin Siding. V-
07
Chevy Cobalt 4 Dr, Auto, Blue
$1250
06
Chrysler 300c AWD, Auto, Blue
$3995
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Groove. Hrs: M-F 8
am-4:30 pm;
06
Chrysler 300c HEMI, White
$4995
Sat. 8 am-3:30 pm
06
Hyundai Sonata 1 Owner, Blue
$3995
Pick-up or delivery.
06
Ford Freestyle AWD, 3rd Row, Tan
$3995
4 Dr, V6,
193 Casey Road in
06
Volkswagen Jetta Auto, Silver
$3495
4 Cyl, Auto,
Schuylerville.
06
Mazda 3 Auto, Red
$2995
Only 117K
518-928-9982
06
Subaru Legacy GT Turbo 1 Owner, Red $4995
6 Seats,
518-583-1168
06
Mercury Milan 4 Cyl, Auto, Red
$2995
Nice Clean
101K
We now accept all
06
Lincoln LS 4 Dr, 118k, Black
$3495
Car!
major credit cards!
06
Chrysler 300 Touring AWD, Black
$3495
06
Ford Taurus Auto, LEATHER Red
$1295
05
Lincoln Town Car V8, Auto, Blue
$2495
WANTED: Standing timber,
05
Pontiac Grand Prix Auto Dk Gray
$1695
wood lots. Fully insured. Call
03
Mitsubishi Eclipse V6, White
$2495
$4,195
$4,195
$4,195
$4,195
$4,195
$4,995
$4,995
$4,995
$4,995
$4,995
518-692-2109
03
Toyota Matrix 5 Speed, Silver
$2495
03
Mitsubishi Eclipse V6, Auto, Red
$3495
03
VW Jetta Auto, Gray,
$2495
03
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PANDA FRIENDS SIP & SWIRL: MARCH 11, 2017 :

American Legion post 13 Northside Dr Bennington, VT Please

join Panda Friends and help support them and there Relay for

Life team! The cost is $25 a person. We will be painting the tree

and animal painting. Painting starts at 5pm on March 11th and

doors will open at 4:30. Please except the invite if you will be

attending. Also if you are bringing someone comment below

how many. Feel free to invite friends and family to this event

and please share this event to get the word out there!

WANT TO LEARN HOW TO ICE FISH? FREE

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One World Conservation Center are partnering together for an

Introduction to ice fishing course on Lake Paran in Bennington,

Vermont. This FREE introductory course is perfect for the first

time angler and will cover all of the basics such as drilling the

hole, tip-ups, aquatic ecology, fish identification, regulations and

so much more! The class takes place entirely on the ice so please

dress appropriately and in layers. Date: Saturday, March 11, 2017,

Location:Lake Paran, Bennington, VT

Time: 9am-12:00 pm. To register: Call 802-265-2279 or email

letsgofishing@vermont.gov. Space is limited and pre-registration

is required.

THE BENNINGTON RURAL FIRE AUXILIARY WILL BE

HOSTING A SPRING FLING ON MAY 6TH, 2017 place

TBA. We’re are looking for vendors, crafters, or businesses

looking to get the names out there to the public. If this sounds

like you and want more information you may contact Angela at

802-447-3561 or you may message us anytime. The price for a

spot is $25.00.

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BREAKFAST- There will be a Country Buffet Breakfast at the

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2017 from 7:30 to 11:00 AM. $8 for adults, $4 for children under

12. Hope to see you there!

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1. Johnny’s mother had three

children. The first child was named

April. The second child was named

May. What was the third child’s name?

  • 2. There is a clerk at the butcher shop, he is five feet ten

inches tall and he wears size 13 sneakers. What does he

weigh?

  • 3. Before Mt. Everest was discovered, what was the highest

mountain in the world?

  • 4. How much dirt is there in a hole

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that measures two feet

by three feet by four feet?

  • 5. What word in the English Language

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incorrectly?

is always spelled

  • 6. Billy was born on December 28th, yet his birthday is

always in the summer. How is this possible?

  • 7. In California, you cannot take a picture of a man with a

wooden leg. Why not?

  • 8. What was the Presidents Name

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in

1975?

  • 9. If you were running a race, and you passed the person in

2nd place, what place would you be in now?

10. Which is correct to say, “The yolk of the egg are white”

or “The yolk of the egg is white”?

11. If a farmer has 5 haystacks in one field and 4 haystacks

in the other field, how many haystacks would he have if he

combined them all in another field?

Answers next week

PITTSTOWN SENIORS NEWS- Monthly meeting for the

Town of Pittstown Seniors, aka TOPS is March 1, 2017. Meetings

are held at the Raymertown Volunteer Fire Company located on

Mason Lane in Raymertown. Meetings begin with a pot luck at

noon and regular meeting following. All seniors welcomed to

attend.

We have some very exciting trips planned for the very near future.

Joanah & The Whale stage show will be our first trip. April 26-

28, 2017. There are still some seats available but the deadline is

quickly approaching. Lodging, breakfast, dinner at an Amish

family home, tickets to shows, taxes and gratuities. Plus plenty

of time for shopping and some side trips. Contact Sylvia Ward

for detailed information at (518) 478-3338 her mailing address is

399 Cooksboro Rd., Troy, NY 12182. Hurry as deadline for this

trip is quickly approaching. Branson, MO. June 8-16, 2017. What

an awesome trip this will be. Dinners, many shows, guided tour

of Branson. Lodging, breakfasts, several dinners, tickets to shows,

taxes and gratuities included. Time for shopping and leisure

planned as well. Seats still available but don’t wait. Contact Sylvia

Ward at (518) 478-3338 as soon as possible.

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THE SCHOOL OF SACRED HEART SAINT FRANCIS DE SALES WILL HOLD ITS

WINTER TASTIC CELEBRATION AND LIVE AUCTION ON SATURDAY, MARCH 4,

at the Mount Anthony Country Club in Bennington. Previews begins at 6 p.m., and the auction

begins at 7. The annual event raises funds to secure the future of the parish school. Committee

members are promising a fun-filled evening. The live auction will offer a variety of items,

including a family golf and social membership for new members; a therapeutic bed a personal

tax return; baseball and football tickets. a cooking class, unlimited car washes, tickets to Walt

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MASS AT SALEM’S HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH is held Sunday at 8:30 AM. All Children are

MASS AT SALEM’S HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH

is held Sunday at 8:30 AM. All Children are welcome to share in

the children’s liturgy. Lenten materials are available in Church

for a fruitful Lenten journey. Lenten Evening Prayer will be held

Tuesday, March 7 at 6:00 PM. On Thursday, March 9 at 12:00

Noon the Lenten Luncheon will be held at the Salem Community

Fellowship Stations of the Cross will be held at St. Patrick’s at

7:00PM at St. Patrick’s Church. On Sunday, March 12 the Mass

will be an Interpreted Mass for the deaf. A Reconciliation Ser-

vice will be held at 3:00 PM. The parish website is

www.battenkillcatholic.org. Salem Food Pantry is in need of ce-

real, soup, spaghetti sauce and personal care items. Your support

is appreciated by many families.

MASS AT SALEM’S HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH is held Sunday at 8:30 AM. All Children are

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HISTORICAL BOOK READ- The Old Saratoga Historical

Association sponsors a reading of the historical novel, Though

Waters Roar, by Lynn Austin, which deals with women’s suf-

frage and other social issues. The kickoff meeting for the book

read is on Thursday, March 2, at 7:30 pm at the Schuylerville

Public Library. Copies of the book are available now at the

library. Folks with gather again on Thursday, April 6, to dis-

cuss their impressions of the book and women’s struggle to

gain the right to vote. This book was selected because it is the

100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in New York State. For

information call 698-3211.

PANCAKE BREAKFAST FUNDRAISER- March 5 th 8-

10am - Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser for Pack 4013 of

Schuylerville, NY. Applebee’s 3 Lowe’s Dr near Wilton Mall.

Cost $6 pp Tickets can be purchased at door.

BOOK NOOK NEWS- The Book Nook at Transfiguration

Parish in Speigletown is open on Saturday morning, March

4th and 18th from 9:00 am until noon. We’ve had a lot of

great donations over the past month so please stop by and see

what’s there! The March half-priced specials are on Janet

Evanovich, Dean Koontz, Fern Michaels and Nora Roberts.

Children/young adult books are 6/$1 as are the cookbooks, his-

torical novels, biographies, religion and self-help. Romance

novels are 12/$1. We have great winter reading (or beach read-

ing for those of you who are heading south!). Thanks for your

continued support and see you at the Book Nook

CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE DINNER: The Quaker

Springs Firemen and Auxiliary are hosting their annual Corned

Beef and Cabbage dinner, at their firehouse Sunday, March

12, from 12pm to 3pm. The cost is $10 for adults, $6 for ages

6-12 and children under 5 are free. Take out is available. Res-

ervations are required. Please call 518-584-2758.

SOUPER SUPPER – MARCH 12 The Valley Falls United

Methodist Church, 16 State Street, will hold one of its super

souper suppers on Sunday, March 12 from 4:30 to 6:00 pm.

Featured will be a wide variety of soups plus bread, muffins,

drinks, and dessert for only seven dollars – children under 6

free. Tickets are available at the door. The church is handi-

capped accessible. For tickets and info: 518-541-3039 or 753-

6028 or www.valleyfallsunitedmethodist.com.

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CELEBRATE RECOVERY Tired of struggling with hurts,

habits and hang-ups? Celebrate Recovery is a Christ centered

recovery program that helps us overcome any of life’s prob-

lems. We meet every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at Salem Commu-

nity Fellowship, 224 Main St. (Central House building), Salem,

NY 12865. 1st Tuesday of the month we meet at 5:30 p.m. for a

pizza dinner. Reach us at 518-260-3985 or

crsalemny@gmail.com.

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TOWN OF PITTSTOWN SENIORS TRIP- Amish Country

trip for April 26-28. Jonah and the Whale. There are a few seats

still available and the trip is now open to non seniors. Full pay-

ment is due March 5, 2017. Contact is Sylvia Ward (51) 478-

3338 mail is 399 Cooksboro Rd., Troy, NY 12182. Trip cost

includes tickets to shows, some dinners, bus, lodging, tip and

gratuities. There will also be time for side trips and shopping.

MASS AT SALEM’S HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH is held Sunday at 8:30 AM. All Children are
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SALEM AREA WOMAN’S CLUB WILL MEET THE

LIVE! FOLKLIFE CONCERTS continue this Spring with a

Thursday evening series of 12 concerts during March, April, May,

7 to 9 pm (doors open at 6:30). The free series is produced and

hosted by The Folklife Center at Crandall Public Library in the

Community Room downstairs off the Library’s Glen Street

entrance. Featuring Ameranouch March 9. ww.ameranouch.com

Ameranouche (pronounced uh-Mare-uh-noosh) plays a

passionate style of music they call “Gypsy Flamenco Swing.”

The name is derived from two words: American and Manouche,

the gypsy tribe of guitarist Django Reinhardt. The rip-roaring

ensemble (Richard Sheppard/guitar, Jack Soref/guitar, Michael

K. Harrist, bass) is a super force of hot acoustic Gypsy inspired

music mixing Flamenco, Bebop and Jazz swing influences. Played

on traditional French jazz guitars, the music is rhythmic, vigorous,

and elegant.

SALEM WOMAN’S CLUB will hold its next meeting on

Wednesday March 8th at the Mackenzie Chapel of the First

United Presbyterian Church in Salem. The meeting will begin at

1 p.m. with a tea hosted by Chairman Marianne O‘Brien with

help from Carol Brownell, Evelyn Estey, Sylvia Gaham, Alberta

Murn and Lois Sheaff. Members will be updated on the

preparations being made for Women’s Health Day which will

take place on Saturday, April 29th at Salem Washington Academy.

This month the club will welcome Drew Alberti who will present

“Lakes To Locks Passage: Connecting People and Places”.

Program Manager Alberti will describe how this inter-connected

waterway provides access to “charming cities, rural landscapes

and Adirondack hamlets … offering historic, natural, cultural

and recreational experiences along the scenic waterway that links

upstate New York to Southern Quebec” and the responsibilities

of the Locks To Lakes Passage managing organization. All are

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GREENWICH LIBRARY BOOK SALE- Greenwich Library’s

monthly book sale, Thursday, March 2 nd . Sale runs from 4:00

– 7:00 p.m. in the library basement. There is a constant supply

of new donations and we have been working to freshen our

offerings. There are thousands of paperbacks (2/ $1.00) of every

description.

NORTHCOUNTRYARTS WILL HOLD AN OPENING

RECEPTION on Friday, May 12, from 6 to 8 p.m. for its 'Youth

Visions 2017' exhibit at the NorthCountryARTS Gallery at The

Shirt Factory. The gallery is located in the Shirt Factory, Suite

114, 71 Lawrence Street, in Glens Falls, New York. The show

runs from May 5 to June 2, 2017. The exhibit will display multi-

media works by regional high school students from Warren,

Washington, Hamilton, and Essex counties. High school students

from Warren, Washington, Hamilton, and Essex County school

districts are welcome to submit entries. Youth Visions recognizes

the artistic accomplishments of 9th through 12th grade students

in the areas of drawing, mixed media, painting, jewelry, sculpture,

pottery, photography, and digital media.

welcome to attend this Woman‘s Club meeting.

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RUMMAGE SALE,@ Ballston Spa United Methodist Church

101 Milton Avenue Ballston Spa, NY 12020 (518) 885-6886

Saturday, March 4th from 8:00AM to 4:00PM. There will also

be a Bake Sale and Lunch! Ballston Spa United Methodist

Church 101 Milton Avenue Ballston Spa, NY 12020 518-885-

6886 www.ballstonspaumchurch.org

CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE DINNER -the Melrose

Methodist Church, 20 Church Street, will hold a corned beef

and cabbage dinner on Saturday March 11, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.,

take outs at 4:30 p.m. Cost for adults $12.00, children 4-10 is

$5.00, under 4 is free. We are handicap accessible.

For reservations call Elsie 518-235-4370.

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EVENTS AT GREENWICH FREE LIBRARY:PROGRAMS

COMING UP IN MARCH: Wednesday March 8 3:30-5:00

Alzheimer’s Association presentation focusing on healthy lifestyle

choices. To register, contact Tonya at 518-867-4999 x200 or

tfarmley@alz.org. For more info: Mary Lou Gaylord 518-888-

5606.Sunday March 12 2:30-4 Fake News and Bias – Don’t get

fooled again. Test sources, check facts, understand bias – even

your own! With Nicole Carner and Annie Miller. Please

preregister. 692 7157.Monday March 13 4-8pm – VITA free tax

prep assistance for qualified taxpayers. You MUST register at 1-

800-211-5128.Wednesday March 15 11:30-12:30 Pre K French

with Debbie BaileyWednesday March 22 3-5 pm Contemporary

Classics Book Club: The Family Fang. Please preregister; books

are available at the library to check out. 518-692 7157I.

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VICTORY MONTHLY BREAKFAST- The Fish Creek Rod and

Gun Club located on route 32 south of the village of Victory (

look for our sign ). Will be cooking breakfast on Sunday 12

MARCH 2017 starting at 8:00-11:00AM and will continue on

the second Sunday of each month all year. Eggs cooked to order,

bacon, sausage, toast ( white or wheat ), pancakes ( regular,

blueberry, buckwheat, apple cinnamon ), french toast, home fries,

orange juice, coffee, tea, hot chocolate. Cost: Adult $8.00 Child

$4.00, EVERYONE will be welcome. 695-3917.

TROY SENIOR CENTER 19 Third Street Troy, New York

12180 Contact person: Michele Hendry 270-5348 UPCOMING

EVENTS… ·FRIDAYS THROUGH LENT: Meatless lunches

every Friday through Lent (except on St. Patrick’s Day, corned

beef will be served) ·ST. PATRICK’S DAY: Friday, March 17th,

Special Dinner-Corned Beef or Ham Tony Toscino performs!

·ICE CREAM SOCIAL: Monday, March 20th (Sponsored by

Fidelis) ·TAI CHI: Class offered on Thursdays @9:15 a.m. Call

to sign up! 270-5348 ·ARTS 4 VETS: Meets every Tuesday

@10:30 a.m. Creative Expression through the Arts. Come see

their Art on Display. Are you interested in Joining? Stop in on

Tuesday. ·CRAFTS: Every Thursday @9 a.m. ·LINE DANCING:

Ladies interested in line dancing? Come join our Uncle Sam

Sparklers! Thursdays @ 1:00 p.m. ·OSTEO AEROBICS:

Thursdays @10:30a.m. ·AEROBICS: Mondays, Wednesdays, and

Fridays @9:30a.m. ·SWIMMING: Wednesdays at 9 a.m. @

Lansingburgh Boys/Girls Club. ·BOWLING: Mondays @ 12:30,

Uncle Sam Atrium.Come join us at the Troy Senior Center each

Monday through Friday for a delicious, & nutritious, well-

balanced meal. For a “suggested” contribution of $3.00, don’t

miss out on the best lunch deal in town! For a 12:00 lunch

reservation please call # 270-5349.

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LOCAL FIRE DEPARTMENTS ONCE AGAIN HOST 4 ALARM CHILI COOK OFF,

ADD BASKET RAFFLE- The Middle Falls and Greenwich Fire Departments are once again

co-hosting the Four Alarm Chili Cook off. This is the second year that the two departments

have worked together on this fundraising effort, which will benefit both departments. The

Four Alarm Chili Cook Off will feature chili recipes from area restaurants and other civic

organizations. These chili entries will be voted on by those in attendance to decide who has the

best chili in town. In addition to the local restaurants and organizations competing, the Red

Light Challenge returns, pitting local Emergency Services organizations against each other

with their recipes to see who can really take the heat. This year’s event once again takes place

at the Middle Falls Fire Department on Route 29, in the town of Greenwich, on Wednesday,

March 8 from 5:30-7:30pm. In addition to the Red Light Challenge, there will be three award

categories that the chili recipes will be vying for– Judge’s choice, Best Decorated Stand, and

Fan’s Choice! New this year will be a basket raffle. While you take a break from enjoying all

of the chili, peruse our items donated from local businesses and groups and take a chance to

win some fabulous items! This event is open to the public. Members of the Community will be

able to purchase tasting tickets at the firehouse for each chili they want to taste, and then they

will vote for their favorites. In addition to the chili

tasting, there will be a 50/50 drawing and a cash bar available If you have any questions about

this event, please feel free to send an email to GreenwichChiliCookoff@gmail.com.

HISTORIC ST. JOHN’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH TO REOPEN IN JUNE

HISTORIC ST. JOHN’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH TO REOPEN IN JUNE Historic (1831) St. John’s Episcopal Church will

Historic (1831) St. John’s Episcopal

Church will reopen in June as a summer

chapel with Service of Evening Prayer.

Three services are planned which will be

led by local Episcopal clergy

and the rich notes of the original 1860’s

William Nutting hand-pumped organ will

accompany hymns. Light refreshments will

be available after worship in the garden,

weather permitting.

The fourth annual Welsh service in honor

of the Vermont / New York region’s rich

Welsh heritage will be held on Saturday,

June 10th at 4:00 p.m. The service is

spoken in the English language. Scripture

readings, spoken in the Welsh language,

will be given by Nia Davies Demiray who

is native of Aberystwyth, Wales, a member

of Poultney Area St. David’s Society.

James Cassarino, Director of Welsh Heritage and professor of Music studies at Green

Mountain College will provide organ music for this service. All are welcome. These

summer services are a rare opportunity offered to worshippers, historians, musicians

and lovers of early Vermont.

A group of residents have been planning for the yearly summer reopening of very

special St. John’s Church on Route 140 in East Poultney. Untouched and unchanged

St. John’s is one of the two churches from the early 1800’s surviving in this village. It is

located across from the village green, which is dominated by the stately United Baptist

Church.

St. John’s is a fine example of classic New England Carpenter Gothic. It retains its

gated pews, kerosene lamps, stenciled walls and a rare, hand pumped organ made by

Vermonter, William Nutting, which dates from the 1860’s. The cornerstone of St. John’s

was laid May 27, 1831. The

first services were held a year later, May 27, 1832. The first Episcopal Bishop of Vermont,

the Rt. Rev. John Henry Hopkins, presided at the consecration of the building.

For further information, please call The Reverend William A. Davidson (518- 499-

1850), Chair, or Ida Mae Johnson (802-287-9744) of St. John’s Executive Committee.

ST. LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS NAMED TO DEAN’S LIST- The following

students have been selected for inclusion on St. Lawrence University’s Dean’s List for academic

achievement during the Fall 2016 semester. Claire S. Albrecht of Greenwich. Albrecht is a member

of the Class of 2018 and is majoring in Biology-Physics. Albrecht attended Greenwich Jr-Sr High

School. Catherine E. Buck of Argyle. Buck is a member of the Class of 2020. Buck attended Argyle

Central School. To be eligible for the Dean’s List, a student must have completed at least four

courses and have an academic average of 3.6 based on a 4.0 scale for the semester.

L’ENSEMBLE CHAMBER MUSICAL GROUP will present an upcoming two-part concert series,

celebrating its fourth season in residence at Oldcastle Theatre. “Schubert: Follow the Lied,” featuring

the music of Franz Schubert, Heidi Jacob and John Harbison, will be performed Sunday, March 12

at 3 p.m.; “Shadows on a Screen,” with music from film scores by Irving Berlin, Jerome Kern,

Enrico Morricone, Henry Mancini and John Williams, will be given Sunday, April 23 at 3 p.m.

Oldcastle Theatre is located at 331 Main St., Bennington, VT.

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DU VIN ET DU PAIN EN CAMPAGNE!- Dine with wine in the countryside! Enjoy a wonderful

dinner for a worthy cause at Amorici Farm Winery, 637 Colonel Birch Road, Valley Falls, NY, on

Saturday, April 29, at 6:30 pm. $60 per person. Proceeds will help support the awards to area

students studying French. Bbuffet dinner includes one glass of wine, French bread, salad, Coq au

vin, Beef Bourguignon, Quiche with seasonal vegetables, Haricots verts (green beans), Scalloped

potatoes, Fresh fruit for dessert, Coffee & tea. (Additional wine available for purchase.) Reserve

now; only 34 tickets are available. Make check payable to FeFANY and send to FeFANY, PO Box

354, Cohoes, NY, 12047. Call Yvette with questions (518) 272-5061.

SPAGHETTI DINNER TO BENEFIT HAYNES HOUSE- Enjoy some delicious pasta at a great

price at Bernardo’s Restaurant in Granville on Monday, March 6, at a Spaghetti Dinner to benefit

the Haynes House of Hope. A complete dinner (dining in) will cost just $6 per person. Take-outs

will also be available at $7 per person. Three seatings will be held, at 5 p.m., 6 p.m., and 7 p.m.

Drinks not included in price. The Haynes House of Hope is a comfort care home for the terminally

ill and their families located at 7187 State Route 149 in Granville. The resident’s stay and care

provided free of charge. Since Haynes House receives no funding from insurance or government

agencies, it is totally dependent on fundraising events, donations, grants, and the generosity of the

community to fulfill its mission. More information is available at www.thehayneshouseofhope.org

or by calling 518-642-8155.

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POULTNEY’S ANNUAL MAPLEFEST IN THE MAKING – an invitation to CRAFTS VENDORS to sign up soon! By Janice B. Edwards, Freelance Writer It won’t be long and producers of Vermont’s delicious maple syrup products will be at work once again tapping their maple trees to collect sap. Poultney Area Chamber of Commerce looks forward to celebrating the season with activities held during its Maplefest 2017! This year’s celebration of the beginning of the spring season in Vermont will be held Saturday, March 25th and Sunday, March 26th, all over Poultney. Maplefest 2017 will include a fun run, a pancake breakfast, tours of maple sugar houses, horse-drawn wagon rides and maple story time, video of the maple process, a big craft fair, a basket party, and a maple supper. And, the opportunity to sample sweet treats such as maple fried dough, sugar on snow, maple sugar candy and spun maple gold. The Chamber is currently taking sign-ups for the big craft fair which will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 25th. Inside spaces are first come, first serve. We encourage vendors to sign up early because spaces won’t last long! For an application for the big craft fair, contact Treasurer Mary Lee Harris at 802-468-5370; or download an application form from the Poultney Area Chamber website at http://www.poultneyvt.com/ . Poultney Area Chamber of Commerce, Inc. is a non-profit organization of businesses whose mission is to work together to strengthen Poultney’s economic community. For more information about Poultney Area Chamber of Commerce, including how to become a Chamber member, call the Chamber’s office: (802) - 287-2010 or visit its website: www.poultneyvt.com.

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Sissy is an elegant black and white senior gal that
came to Second Chance when her owners had to
relocate. She is around 10 years old and needs is
on medication for a hyper thyroid condition. Sissy
is declawed in the front so she needs to be an
inside only cat. She gets along great with other
cats and has lived with them in the past. Sissy is a
very affectionate cat and would make a wonderful
friend to keep you company. She and all of our
black or black and white cats is fee waived this
month.
Julio came to Second Chance after his owner had to
move away and wasn’t able to bring him. He is a
very handsome tuxedo cat that loves to get attention
and lay on your lap. Julio would do best as the only
pet in the house and would prefer to stay inside. He
would do best in a quieter home; he enjoys relaxing
and looking out the window in his spare time. If you’re
looking for a couch potato to hang out with then Julio
is your guy!
Andy is a one year old American Shelter Dog. This
friendly, excited, and active dog was brought to
Second Chance from another shelter that found him
as a stray. Andy would be best in an active home
that understands his need to run and play. He can
possibly go to a home with energetic children to
keep him busy, but he must be the only pet in a
home. If Andy sounds like he could be your next
family member stop by the shelter to meet him.

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ICE CREAM SOCIALS @ Rensselaer County’s Everett Wagar

Senior Center 2 Roxborough Road, Grafton NY–will be holding

two ice cream socials this month, one on Monday, March 20

sponsored by Blue Shield and one sponsored by CDPHP on

Friday, March 31 . Both social will follow the noon lunch.

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by Andy Manne RENTAL DECISION MAKING TIME: How to decide if ground is reducing your

ON THE FARM

by Andy Manne

RENTAL DECISION MAKING TIME: How to decide if ground is reducing your profitability. As

you look at your rented-land portfolio, consider whether a certain parcel could be pushing

your operation into the red. Are you paying more in cash rent than you expect to earn back

in profits?

“The decision to drop a parcel is multi-dimensional,” says Mykel Taylor, ag economist at

Kansas State University. Farm profitability is

projected to be weak for several more years, so

Taylor says farmers need to create a framework

to analyze each piece of ground they rent.

Use it as an opportunity to improve your

business’ future, suggests Mark Gannon, owner

of Gannon Real Es tate & Consulting in Ames,

Iowa. “You want to get rid of marginal farms to

be ready for the right one that comes along,”

Gannon says. “Think about it like a cattle

producer. They should be culling out the bottom

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replace. Think about your farmland the same way.”

What costs are associated with the rented ground? Tabulate expenses and production

history for every rented parcel. “The longer you have been farming it the better, because you

have better data,” Taylor says.

Variable costs such as fertilizer, chemicals, seed, fuel and labor can be avoided if you don’t

farm a parcel. The trade-off is fixed costs such as depreciation on machinery will be spread

over fewer acres. To decide whether you should continue renting a farm, these experts

recommend answering several questions (see below).

4 Questions to Ask

  • 1. How long do you expect to rent a piece of ground? “It can take four or five years to build

up productivity,” says Mark Gannon, owner of Gannon Real Estate & Consulting. “Take into

account what the projected longevity is of renting the piece of land. If the owners are fickle

or they won’t own it for very long, you won’t have time to build up the soil.”

  • 2. Can you negotiate a less expensive rent? Arriving at a lower rent is difficult, admits Mykel

Taylor, ag economist at Kansas State University. “Landowners may drop a tenant rather than

take a lower rate,” Taylor says. Because most leases in Kansas average three to five years, she

suggests switching to a single-year rental rate to allow for adjustment up as soon as profits

improve. You can also suggest a flex lease or crop share to share risk. The key for these

negotiations is to do your homework. Renters should do a five-year average of their farm

income and expenses before meeting with the landlord, adds Joe Koenen, agriculture

business specialist with University of Missouri Extension. “Do not pressure your landlord to

accept an unrealistic lower rate,” Koenen says. Instead, remind landowners you are a good

steward of their land. Offer something of value to offset the feeling they are losing. You can

offer services such as plowing snow on landowners’ roads, marketing timber on their

property or fixing fences.

  • 3. What are the pros and cons of a piece of rented ground? How close is a farm to the others

in your portfolio? Does it cause logistical headaches? How do its yields compare to other

farms? You should also account for the relationship between you and your landlord that

could be damaged if you decide not to rent a farm, Taylor says, especially if you are related

to the landlord.

  • 4. Will you be able to replace the rented land in the future? During the past few years,

Gannon has seen farmland lease renewals in his region be delayed compared to previous

years. As farmers retire or can’t meet financial obligations, landlords are seeking new

tenants, sometimes even in the spring. “Land will become available,” he says. “Farmers need

to build their reputation as being professional operations that treat people well and are

open about their communication. That word will get around, and landlords will come

looking for you.”

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