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Serving: Bennington, Rutland & nearby Counties

P.O. Box 116, North Bennington, Vt 05257, Phone: 802-549-4637
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Welsh Family Tree: DNA and Genealogy by Susan Davies Sit,
Ft Ann, NY
DINER 518-741-0344
Genealogist, to be held: Saturday, Sept. 16, 9:30 a.m. Sponsored
by the Welsh-American Genealogical Society, Inc. (WAGS), this Hrs: 6am to 2 pm
seminar will be held in the Town Room of historic (1805) United DAILY
Baptist Church, On the Green, East Poultney, Rutland County,
Vermont, a handicap accessible site. If youve ever wanted to 2 Scrappy Dogs Best
understand what all the fuss is about DNA, the presentation DNA with the Vegetable
and Genealogy will enable you to understand its use in your Works Omlet in Town!
genealogy research, in a complete and easy-to-understand format.
Presented by Susan Davies Sit of Glastonbury, Connecticut, a
member of WAGS, one will learn about the top companies selling
DNA tests, how to read the results and what it means for your
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research. The presentation has a leaning towards Welsh genealogy Homefries & Coffee!
but is suitable no matter your ethnicity or your roots. Additionally,
Susan may expand upon some of the topics discussed during her
presentation given in 2016 in Poultney. Susan, a native of Colwyn WANT TO JOIN A CLUB, BUT PRESSED FOR TIME?
Bay, Wales, has been researching for more than 40 years her own Why not join your friends and neighbors at the Salem Seniors?
family heritage branches as well as her husbands, which jointly Our once a month luncheon/meeting is held at noon at Proudfit
include research in Wales, England, Scotland, the U.S.A. and Hall in Salem (next to the library) the third Thursday of the month.
China. In addition to being a member of WAGS, Susan is President Bring a covered dish to share with friends all 55 and over are
of the Welsh Society of Western New England and a member of welcome. Any questions, call Kathy at 518-677-5372.
the Gwynedd Family History Society (UK). A limited number of
one-on-one sessions may also be held with Susan following
luncheon. Bring your own bag lunch, or if you prefer, ample time
will permit one to go across the street to the historic, now 155- SHEDS GAZEBOS
year old, East Poultney General Store to purchase lunch from its GARAGES
deli. Attendees are invited to bring a Welsh dessert to share for CHICKEN COOPS
the luncheon. Also after the luncheon, The Reverend Todd Eaton
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of the United Baptist Church will be available to provide a guided
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tour of the historic chapel; the chapel and its community which
helped to shape the formative years in the life of the late George
Jones, co-founder of The New York Times newspaper. Jones was
born in East Poultney, Vermont of Welshborn parents having
miles west from emigrated to America from Montgomeryshire, Wales in the late 6854 State Route 4
Bennington Battle Field 1700s. All interested genealogists are welcome to register for Ft Ann, New York 12827 Free Delivery
Route 67, this seminar. The DNA presentation is pertinent to all heritages; 518-639-3055 within 60 miles
North Hoosick, NY not only Welsh. PLEASE NOTE: Seating for this event is limited;
registration is first come, first serve. Cost: $30.00 (U.S. currency) AMERICAN LEGION POST 574 on Pearl St in Hudson Falls
per person pre-paid registration is required no later than Saturday, has started a military mini-museum. Help us build a memorial
06 CHEVY IMPALA LTZ 06 CHEVY IMPALA LT in our post, so that we may share with neighboring communities.
$ August 26, 2017 through the Welsh-American Genealogical
4295 4 Dr, 4295 Society, Inc. (WAGS), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Tax- Any military memorabelia from World War I to the present would
Sunroof, 115K, deductible donations and/or commercial sponsorships to WAGS be greatly appreciated. 518-747-9891 or Don @ 518-222-6951.
147k Grey will be gratefully received and publicly acknowledged. Contact:
miles, NYS WAGS - c/o 60 Norton Ave., Poultney, VT 05764-1029, U.S.A.; PREPAREDNESS Program seeks volunteers of any interest or
Inspec- message phone - (802)-287-5744. Email:
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New Business Launches: Send A Meal Today

Service will send comfort food to new moms, recovering
patients, grieving family, and more
Father-daughter team James Quinlan and Carly Quinlan Trerise
of Hudson Falls, New York announce the launch of their new
business, Send A Meal Today, which delivers comfort foods such
as lasagna, mac & cheese and pot pies as a thoughtful gift. They
are open for business beginning September 1, 2017. For
information, visit or call (518) 832-
Customers can order online at and have a meal delivered to
parents who have just come home from the hospital with their new baby, surgery patients
who have just returned home and may not be up to cooking, family members who have
lost a loved one, or on the occasion of a housewarming, wedding, birthday, thank-you,
congratulations or any occasion at all. SendAMealToday delivers to Glens Falls, South
Glens Falls, Queensbury, Hudson Falls, Kingsbury, Lake George, Fort Edward, Fort
Ann and Hartford, New York. Meals are prepared by Dickinsons Delights.
For now, orders must be placed before Thursday at 4 p.m. for delivery on Saturdays
and Sundays. Hours may expand in the future. All meals include a salad and choice of
dessert. They are delivered cold and can be warmed up at the recipients convenience.
Meals are for two to four people. Flowers can be added to any delivery for an additional
My father has always had a passion for catering to others, says Carly. He grew up in
Granville, New York, and worked through the BOCES Culinary Program
and earned his Associates Degree from SUNY Adirondack. He worked in
the kitchen at Great Meadow Correctional Facility in Comstock and at that
time opened a business was just like Fat Kid Foods, called Restaurant
Runners. It required more time and attention than my parents could give
at that time, and then he was appointed Head Chef Supervisor at
Washington Correctional Facility, where he continued to work for more
than 25 years.
This past January he retired and it was the time to really get going with
our dream, which became more personal after I had my son in 2015,
adds Carly. Soon after he was born, I developed a severe kidney infection which kept
me in the hospital for nearly a month. I can honestly say that one of the best things
about finally coming home was knowing that my family had cooked comfort food meals
for us at least once a week and we felt so well taken care of. That simple act of compassion
is all it took for me and my new family to feel less stressed.
We wanted Send A Meal Today to cater to those who are just coming home from the
hospital or have lost a loved one, Carly continues. For the moments in life where we
need a pick-me-up, and for the happy moments that become memories. As we pitched
this idea to family and friends, we began to realize the importance of a meal. To us, this
isnt just about a business, its about making somebodys day with something as simple
as macaroni and cheese! We want to put more good out in this world. I really feel
passionate about this, and I know its one of my fathers dreams to see one of his ideas
make it. Considering everything my father has done for us, I want nothing more than to
help him on his journey.
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George Arts Projects FREE Summer Concerts take place
Wednesday evenings July through August, 7 PM (unless noted
otherwise) at Shepard Park in Lake George, NY. Rain or shine:
Call (518) 668-2616 for rain venue.
be held at the Granville Methodist church 18 Church St August
24 from 5-7pm. Take outs available. $10/$4, under 4 free. BASKET RAFFLE FUND RAISER Rensselaer Countys
Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road, Grafton,
MONTHLY BREAKFAST: The Fish Creek Rod and Gun Club NY Saturday, September 9, doors open at 11:00 a. m. There
located on route 32 south of the village of Victory ( look for our DRUM LESSIONS! will be a bake sale, food, make your own sundaes and
sign ) . Will be cooking breakfast on Sunday 10 SEPTEMBER Warren, Saratoga & refreshments available for purchase. This event will be a fund
2017 starting at 8:00AM through 11:00AM and will continue Washington County, raiser for our center to help provide entertainment, party favors
on the second Sunday of each month all year. Eggs cooked to Want to learn how to and special programs at the center. This event will be held at
order, Bacon, Sausage, Toast ( white or wheat ), Pancakes ( play drums? Learn the the Grafton VFW/FIREHALL on Rt. 85 in Grafton, there will
regular, blueberry, buckwheat, apple cinnamon ), French Toast, basics to advance be over 100 baskets available. If you have any questions,
Home Fries, Orange Juice, Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate. Cost: Drum Lessons. One contact the center at 518-279-3413.
Adult $8.00, Child $4.00. Everyone will be welcome to join us. on One lessons w/ a
drum instructor with
Society will begin its fall season on Sunday, September 10th at
25+ years experience.
Learn Rock & Roll,
Jacobs Well Fellowship on Main Street in Cambridge. All singers
are invited and encouraged to meet a half hour early at 5:30 for
Blues, Country, Drum
Rudiments and more.
Will teach any day of
this first rehearsal for an organizational meeting and meet and
greet time. There will be light refreshments. All other rehearsals the week. Located in
and/ or heavy duty
38 Mumford Dr., Clarendon Springs,
will be held from 6-8 p.m. on Sunday evenings. Hudson Falls, NY, or
I'll teach you at your
`No job too
technician. small
Full Time W. Rutland, VT. 802-438-5434
The Community Choral Society will be preparing musical nor too bigSalary
with benefits.
selections for their Christmas concert series, two performances home. Please call HARDER
Fred is dependent
scheduled for Saturday, December 9th at , 7 p.m. at the United level.
Church in Greenwich and an afternoon performance on Sunday, (518) 747-8089. 1065Inquire
Dix Aveby
December 10th at 3:00 p.m. at Jacobs Well Fellowship in
phone (518)
Hudson 686-
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Chadwick. A native of Cambridge, Mrs. Chadwick teaches music
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USED CAR SALES 07 GMC Acadia, AWD, 3rd Row, Gray .......... $3995
07 Chevy Silverado 2500HD 1 Owner, Blue
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CARS 06 Honda Element AWD, 4 Cyl, Red ............ $3495
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in Queensbury 09 Hyundai Accent 5 Speed, Blue ................. $1995 05 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT, HEMI, 4x4, Silver $6995
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08 Hyundai Sonata 4 Dr, Auto, Blue .............. $2995
05 Chevy Trailblazer 4x4, Auto, Black .......... $3495
08 Pontiac G6 6 Cyl, Auto, Red ..................... $2995 04 Subaru Baja, AWD, 5 Spd, Blue .............. $2495
08 Chevy Cobalt 4 Dr, Auto, Blue .................. $2995 04 Subaru Forester, AWD, Auto, White ....... $1495
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07 VW Rabbitt Auto, Silver .............................
04 Ford Explorer XLT, 4x4, Black ................. $2995
04 Chevy S10 Blazer 4x4, 4.3 V6, Black ...... $2995
07 Mitsubishi Eclipse 2 Dr, Auto, Orange ..... $3995 04 Mitsubishi Outlander AWD, Silver .......... $3495
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07 Chevy Cobalt SS Supercharged, Std.,
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Fish Frys 07 Dodge Caliber SXT Auto, Red, 121K .......
07 Ford Five Hundred AWD, Red .................
04 GMC Envoy 4x4, V6, Auto, Gray .............. $3495
03 Jeep Liberty Freedom Edition, Red ....... $3495
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LOBSTER SALADS 06 Honda Civic 2 Dr, 5 Spd, Silver ................ $3995 $3995
06 Hyundai Sonata, V6, Auto, Gray ............... $2995 03 Honda Element, AWD, Auto, Organge .... $3495
LOBSTER POT 05 Ford Freestyle SEL, 3rd Row, Blue .......... $2495 03 Jeep Liberty 4x4, 6 Cyl, Auto, Green ....... $2995
PIES 05 Pontiac Sunfire 2 Dr, 5 Spd, White .......... $1495 03 Chevy Suburban 8 Pass., Gray ............... $4995
05 Hyundai Elantra 4 Cyl, Auto, Blue ............ $2495 03 Honda Elelement AWD, 1 Owner, Tan .... $3995
LOBSTER 04 Chrysler Sebring 2 Dr, V6, Silver ............. $2495 03 Toyota 4Runner 4x4, Auto, Silver ............ $4995
MAC & CHEESE 04 Dodge Stratus 2 Dr, Auto, Black ............... $1995 03 Chevy S-10 Blazer 4x4, 2 Dr., Auto, Tan . $3495
04 Honda Civic EX 2 Dr, Auto Black .............. $2995 03 Dodge Dakota 4x4, Quad Cab, White ..... $2995
LOBSTER BISQUE 03 Saturn L300, 4 Dr, Auto, Gray ................... $1995 02 Ford Explorer Limited, 3rd Row, Gray .... $2995
03 Subaru Outback Wagon, Blue ................. $2495 02 Honda CR-V, AWD, Auto, Green .............. $3995
ALSO OFFERING STONEWALL 03 Toyota Celica GT Auto, Black ................... $2995 02 Ford Sport Trac Pickup 4x4, 4 Dr, White $4995
03 Mitsubishi Eclipse V6, White ................... $2495 02 Chevy Tahoe 4x4, 8 Pass., Tan ................ $2995
KITCHEN 03 VW Jetta Auto, Gray, ................................. $2495 02 Hyundai Santa Fe 4 Dr, Auto, Black ........ $2995
PRODUCTS 02 Ford Mustang Coupe, Black .................... $2495 02 Ford Explorer XLT 4x4, Auto, Green ....... $2995
02 Acura RSX 2 Door, Auto, Tan .................... $2495 01 Dodge Ram Laramie SLT 4x4, V8, Auto, Blue
01 Toyota Celica GT 4 Cyl, Auto, Blue .......... $2995 $1595
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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
FOR SALE: Red laying hens $6 FOR SALE: 40 ft. aluminum lad- UNIQUE ANTIQUES AND WANTED: Private duty ARGYLE:
each. Barnyard Bantams $2-4 der, heavy duty, great for paint- COLLECTIBLES , Home Health Aide/CNA for Saturday
3x3x8' / 800lb+ Bales
each. Guinea Hens, 5 weeks old ers. Like new, paid $800, ask- 2 floors of the most weekends. Melrose Area. August 26 9- 5 PM.
518-378-0901 Please call 518-698-5660.
$6 each. ing $300. unique items in our area. Downsizing with a Yard -
518-642-3776 518-798-4886 Open wend-Sat. Garage Sale - many items
1463 North Bennington Rd. full cord, local, unseasoned available.Various items, some
1st cutting 3.50 per bale, tools
Bennington, VT Hardwood, cut and split. 518- 2nd cutting 4.50 per bale. MYNE Kennel
802.753.7518 692-2109 518-638-8495. Sam Brayton 511 Pleasant Valley Rd. (518)
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Insured. Call 518-692-7429
CASH: For crank phono- 518-854-9647
Mechanical Technicians. e- PROCESSING graphs, early 78's, cylinder
Michael Strohmeyer records, parts. Call 798- EXCAVATOR
mail resume to 5612 Meat Cutter FOR HIRE:
VENDORS WANTED for with rotary brush cutter;
Fax to 518-642-3039 Cooler on premises. GOOD HOME will take free APPLIANCES
789 Coach Rd., highly successful show, Flea 22 ft reach. Mowing and
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Argyle, NY & GUARANTEED brush cutting of ponds,
Valley Auto Route 22, Salem/ 518-638-6276 Goats & Dogs. Will pickup. food, mlm, antiques & more. steep hills, embankments
Granville. 518=642-3167 518-642-3776 Refrigerators, Ranges, CONTACT Bert Brown
518-937-0144 Washers, Dryers. Best and roadways. We also
@802-681-3039 have multiple versatile
selection, price & guar-
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Major credit cards. cutting equipment for all
518-761-9501 HIGHER CASH PAID FOR your needs.
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Senior cat special!
Julio came to us after his owner had to move away
and wasnt able to bring him. He is a very hand-
some boy that loves to get attention and treats. He
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 youre looking for a
couch potato to hang out with then hes your guy!
Pam was surrendered to us after her owner had to
go into a nursing home. She is around 10 years old
and is used to living as the only cat in the house so
she is not a big fan of her roommates here and
would probably do better in a home as the only pet.
She is however very affectionate and outgoing and
would make a great family cat or a friend for
someone who is lonely.
Squeaky was surrender after her owner had to move.
She is around 10 years old and is as sweet as can be!
Squeaky loves to talk and has a squeaky little meow.
She has a gorgeous coat and beautiful bright green
eyes. Squeaky has lived with other cats and gets
along fine with them and probably dogs as well. She
will make an excellent lap cat and friend. After arriving
at Second Chance Squeaky was diagnosed with a
hyper-thyroid condition, which can be maintained with a special food.
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On Thursday, September 21 the Cambridge Area Branch of the HONEY FOR SALE SCRAP TIRE REMOVAL CASH: For crank phono- FIBER MALE
Womans National Farm and Garden will host a Founders Day Dave Hicks Call for pick up or drop off graphs, early 78's, ALPACAS
event, Lavender and Lace, at the Presbyterian Church in Route 40 Hartford, NY service available. 518-686- cylinder records, parts. FOR SALE:
518-632-5422 9621 Hoosick, NY Call 798-5612 518-499-9090
Cambridge, New York. Registration will begin at 11:30 a.m. with
lunch beginning at 12:00 noon. The program for the afternoon
will be a representative from the Hay Berry Farm in Hoosick
Falls, who will speak on the subject of dried flowers, and
especially dried lavender harvested from the farm. All Farm and
Garden members are invited and encouraged to bring a guest who
might be interested in joining farm and garden. The Cambridge
Area Branch was organized in June of 1959 and is celebrating its
58th year. Any woman who is interested in becoming a member,
please come and see what were all about.


EVENTS ExhibitsStoddard Mini-Exhibit: By Stage to Lake
George May- September 3. This mini-exhibit of 15 Seneca Ray
Stoddard photographs features images that 1870s visitors would
have seen and experienced on the stage coach trip from the train
station in Glens Falls to the Fort William Henry Hotel at the south
end of Lake George.Water & Light S.R. Stoddards Lake George
May -October 1. This exhibit features forty six photographs of
Lake George, taken in the 1870s and 1880s, that capture Seneca
Ray Stoddards mastery of the interplay of water and light. They
range the length of the lake from the Fort William Henry Hotel to
the south through the picturesque islands of The Narrows to
Rogers Rock in the north.
Programs & Events .
August 8, 7pmTalk: Night over NortheastMark Bowie,
PhotographerMark Bowie will share his thought processes and
techniques used to produce spectacular nocturnal images in the
regions mountains, woods, waters, villages, and coasts. Hell
discuss painting with artificial light, photographing fireworks
and lighting, multiple exposures, and time lapse sequences. Free
and open to the public.All programs, unless specified otherwise,
will be held at the Chapman Museum, located at 348 Glen Street,
Glens Falls, NY. For more information, call (518) 793-2826 or
go to


SEASON on Sunday, September 10th from 6-8 p.m. at the
Jacobs Well Fellowship Church, West Main St. in Cambridge
between the bank and grocery store. The chorus will be under the
direction of Mrs. Jill Chadwick. A native of the Cambridge area,
Mrs. Chadwick teaches Elementary Classroom Music and Junior-
High school Chorus at Cambridge Central School. New and
returning singers are welcome to join us. No experience necessary
and no auditions. For more information please contact Jill
Chadwick at 677-7070 or Beverly Collamer at 518-677-3327.

Word Wise
Really a threat??
Answer to last Word Wise: Answer to last Word
Wise: Who is behind the Virginia turmoil?
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Summer C learance C ontinues
75% Off Aug. 21-25
89 Main St.,
Leading up to Our FOOTWEAR &
Greenwich, N.Y. Now Famous ACCESSORIES!
10 AM - 5 PM.;
Open Sun. 11 AM - 5 PM ALL SUMMER ITEMS $10/BAG
Closed Monday. ONE DAY ONLY Sat., August 26th 10 - 3 PM
on Sat., Sept. 16. Bus leaves Wilton Mall 6 am and return approximately 8:30 pm. Adults $75 and
children (12 & under) $65. To reserve your tickets, please contact Anne Cadwallader (695-6787)
or Darlene Bolduc (695-6743). This is a fundraiser for the Church renovation.


SALEM JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL: In order to help incoming 7th graders and any new students in
the district get ready for the first day of school, Salem Jr./Sr. High School will be holding its annual
Visitation Day on Wednesday, August 30, from 1:00 PM 3:00 PM. This is the day for 7th graders
to meet their teachers, learn about their schedule, learn about some procedures that may be new to
them, practice opening their locker, and visit with classmates. High school students who are new to
Salem are also invited to come in on this day. We are asking that the 7th graders arrive promptly at
1:00 PM and meet in the auditorium. 7th graders may come in with a parent/guardian or with a friend.
They will stay for introductions and then attend talks with their teachers where they will get their
passbooks, and ask questions about policies and procedures that may be new to them. Following this
they will have a chance to practice opening their locker, follow their schedule and wrap it all up with
COSSAYUNA LAKE CEMETERY ASSOCIATION annual meeting on the grounds at East Lake some ice cream and time to visit with their classmates. All 7th graders will be ready to leave by 3:00
road Wednesday August 30 at 6pm. The cemetery overlooks the lake and has many historic stones. PM. New students in grades 8 12 may arrive anytime between 1:00 and 3:00 PM and stay for as
The public is invited. More info: 518-854-3401 or 518- 854-9320. long or as little as they would like. All students are asked to bring their schedule. - 518-638-8950 MG Publications, LLC. August 15, 2017 The Stovery - Home of Soothing Fires
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John G. McCullough Free Library in

N. Bennington, VT - (802) 447-7121 VERMONT VETERANS SUMMER CONCERT
The Friends of the John G. McCullough Free Library are pleased to announce their Bennington, VT: Looking for a great way to spend
twelfth annual Book & Bake Sale will be held Saturday, September 9th from 9:00AM- time with your family?
4:00PM and Sunday, September 10th from 10:00AM- 4:00PM. The Library is located
at 2 Main Street in North Bennington, on the corner of Main Street and West Street. As
always, this sale will feature a large selection of high quality used books at low prices and The Prescriptions band will be at
delicious homemade treats. Additionally, this years sale will feature select library the Vermont Veterans Home
furnishings. Rare and antiquarian books will also be offered. Raffle tickets for a fabulous located at 325 North Street,
Winter In Vermont basket will be available in the Bake Sale tent. All proceeds from the Bennington, Vermont.
sale and raffle directly fund library programs, materials and services.
On Wednesday, August 23rd
Programs and Events for Adults
Ongoing Programs:
from 6:00 PM 8:00 PM,
Book Review Roundtable: Every Tuesday at 5:30PM. Have you read something amaz- This outdoor concert is FREE and is
ing? Share your thoughts with your neighbors. Learn about books you might like to read as open to the community, bring blankets or chairs to enjoy the perfor-
well! Locally sourced snacks will be available.
Device Drop-in Hours: Every Thursday from 2:00- 4:00PM and by appointment. Want to mance. Parking will be located behind the main building or the deer
learn more about how you can access tens of thousands of ebooks and e-audibooks for free park parking lot.
with your tablet, smartphone, home computer or laptop and your library card? Stop in and
learn more! Bring your device along and well get you set up!
Adult Coloring: Every Friday from 1:00-6:00 PM. Relax and unwind with intricate color-
ing pages!
Ongoing Programs:
Tales for Tots: Every Saturday morning at 10:30. Join this growing group for stories,
songs, literacy- building activities and occasional crafts. All ages are welcome!
Lego Club: Every Friday afternoon from 3:00 -6:00 PM. A different theme each week!
Show off your fabulous creation for an entire week in our display case! Check out the
Lego Challenge Cards, see if you can create the task on each card!
Mothers Support Group: This special group will meet the first Saturday of every month!
The group is open to all mothers, mothers-to-be and anyone considering motherhood.
Event is free. No reservations are required. Little ones are welcome! Brought to you in
conjunction with Green Mountain Birth Connections. .
Call for more info: 802 442-1052
PRICE $50.00 - 10:30AM-6PM.

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Show hours 9am till 5pm fri-sat-sun
Address-7012 rt7 Pownal VT 05261 (the old Green Mountain Racetrack)
lots of fun food games and cars trucks and motorcycles
Carshow registration is $10 per car
Stu Maguires Vendor spaces are $60 for 3day - $45 for 2day - $30 for 1day
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YARD SALE The Melrose Methodist Church, 20 Church SHUSHAN TOWNWIDE TAG Sale Saturday, September 2,
Street,Melrose, will be holding a YARD SALE on September 2017Tag sales will be located throughout the community. There
2, 2017 9:00 - 3:00. All types of household goods, books and will be a pancake and sausage breakfast at the Shushan Method-
many other things;you have to come to see. PLUS a great bake ist Church beginning at 8:00am. Lunch will also be served. Please
sale. Great deals. Info: 518-235-4370. call Gayle Shaw @ 518-854-3896 if you have any questions.

FLEA MARKET: The Buskirk Volunteer Fire Department will

be having their 21stAnnual Flea Market on Saturday Septem-
ber 9th from 9:00AM 5:00PM, and Sunday September 10th
from 9:00AM 5:00 PM. Rain or Shine. The event will be held
at Strawberry Acres located on Route 67 in Buskirk Vendor Set
up for this event is free of charge, and vendors may set up any-
time after 5PM on Friday September 8th. There will be Hot dogs,
Hamburgers,Cheeseburgers, Sweet Sausage W/ Peppers & On-
ions, hot & cold refreshments, that will be served throughout
both days while quanities last. Anyone interested in reserving a FLEA mARKET:The Buskirk Volunteer Fire Department will
vendor spot should call the Buskirk Fire Station and leave a mes- be having their 21stAnnual Flea Market on Saturday September
sage @ 518-686-9966 please leave your name & number, and 9th from 9:00AM 5:00PM, and Sunday September 10th from
someone will return your call to confirm your space.All proceeds 9:00AM 5:00 PM. Rain or Shine. The event will be held at
from the food booth & donations benefit the Buskirk Volunteer Strawberry Acres located on Route 67 in Buskirk. Vendor Set up
Fire Department Inc. for this event is free of charge, and vendors may set up anytime
after 12:00PM on Friday September 8th. There will be Hot dogs,
MARTY WENDELL AND FIREWORKS END THURMAN Hamburgers,Cheeseburgers, Sweet Sausage W/ Peppers & Onons,
CONCERTS WITH A BANG: Thurmans free Concerts in the Soda, Bottled Water, Coffee, & Doughnuts served throughout
Park draw to a close Monday, August 28th with the rollicking both days while quanities last. Anyone interested in reserving a
tunes of Rockabilly Hall of Fame recording artist, Marty Wendell vendor spot should call the Buskirk Fire Station and leave a mes-
and his Tour Band, performing from 7 9 p.m. at Veterans Me- sage @ 518-686-9966 please leave your name & number, and
morial Field, 311 Athol Road, Athol. Wendell in 2014 celebrated someone will return your call to confirm your space. All pro-
his 50th Anniversary of making music and received a prestigious ceeds from the food booth & donations benefit the Buskirk Vol-
Lifetime Achievement Award. He has shared the stage with a unteer Fire Department Inc.
long list of legendary artists including Arlo Guthrie, Carl Perkins
and Johnny Cash. He recorded in the famous Sun Studio in Mem- THE SEMBRICH PRESENTS MARK TWAINS MUSIC
phis, TN where Elvis, Johnny Cash and many recording stars cut BOX, On Wednesday, August 23rd at 1:30 pm, a program that,
their first records. His performances remind audiences just how through narration, readings and music, explores Twains musical
good genuine rockabilly music can be. He plays classics and old- tastes and opinions running the gamut from poignant to hi-
ies from the Golden Age of Rock and Roll as well as some of his larious as found in his writings and biographical information.
original songs like 57 Chevy and he will offer his new CD, A Tickets are $20. As seating is limited, reservations are strongly
Real Good Run for sale at the concert. Read more: recommended. This 90-minute program features a nine-member The concession stand this week will be ensemble, comprised of a narrator, a singer, two violins, oboe,
Thurman Station Association, offering fresh-grilled hot dogs, fresh cello, piano, banjo and percussion presenting a variety of musi-
buttered popcorn, brownie ice cream sundaes and hot and cold cal selections, from Schubert lieder to Stephen Foster songs, all HOLIDAY PANCAKE BREAKFAST The Salem Fish and
beverages. Theyll also offer tickets for a quilt raffle and 50/ 50 works considered by Twain to be essential listening for the cul- Game Club on Route 29 in Salem invites everyone to a Holiday
raffle to raise funds for TSAs operating expenses. The venue turally-sophisticated individual. With this project we use fine Weekend Pancake Breakfast from 7:00 am to 11:00 am on Sun-
has benches for seating, but many bring folding chairs. Rapidly music to teach about important history, says Laux, who is asso- day, September 3rd. Tickets will be sold at the door. For in-
dropping evening temperatures make layered clothing advisable. ciated with the Mark Twain House and Museum in Elmira, NY. formation, call Bill (518-677-3384) or Kevin (518-222-3448).

Just Thinking
By: May Jones
Today, just down the road from me, there is a tag sale. Its at the old farmhouse
where Doris lived all of her life. She died this past February in her nineties.
At this stage of life I am not only witnessing, but also participating in the dis-
posal of the personal belongings of people who dont need them anymore. We
human beings collect a lot of things throughout our lives; things that we know are
temporary and cannot take with us. Yet we have this repetitive urge to buy, use
once or twice, and either discard it or store it away. Many of us run out of room
even in the largest of houses, and then need storage units.
We can do better by becoming more savvy consumers. Here are some tips:
Wait 24 hours before making a purchase of any kind. More often than not, you
will find it wasnt the thing you wanted, it was the thrill of buying somethingwhich
is very short lived.
Make sure you dont have it already I have 12 heavy duty lead cords.
Ask yourself, Do I need this or do I want it? Is it an emotional purchase or a
necessary purchase?
When buying apparel set the rule of one in - one out. If you buy one new shirt,
one old one is given to the second hand shop. This way you keep a steady inven-
tory of shirts, pants, and shoes.
In place of giving gifts, give experiences instead; such as a picnic at the park, or
a day watching movies and eating popcorn. Time is the best gift you can ever give
to anyone you love.
Ben Franklin tried his best to live up to his thirteen virtues, and although he ad-
mitted to falling short of them, he felt he was a better man for trying. A few of them
fit into this subject: Frugality - he tried to waste nothing, Order - he felt everything
should have its place,
Moderation - he avoided extremes, Industry - he cut off all unnecessary actions,
Cleanliness - which speaks for itself. So, within five of the thirteen virtues, he
alluded to consumerism.
If Ben Franklin doesnt convince you, heres what the Dalai Lama has to say on
the subject: People were created to be loved. Things were created to be used.
The reason why the world is in such chaos is because things are being loved and
people are being used.
It just cannot be said any better than that.
Your comments are welcome at
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BUSINESS. 90 a lioneal foot. ROAST PORK DINNER is Saturday, September 2nd, at the Pawlet Community Church. The
Small or Large Jobs. V-Groove: PRAYER TO THE BLESSED Ladies and Gentlemens Supper Club invite you to dinner starting at 4:30pm. If you have ques-
CLEANOUTS. 6 random length VIRGIN
(Never known to fail) Oh, most tions regarding the dinner, please call Doreen Mach at 325-3428 or Judy Coolidge at 325-3073.
Call Bill the Junkman at 48 a lineal foot
518-664-7488. beautiful flower on Mt. Carmel, Take out orders can also be made on the day of the dinner by calling the church at 802-325-3022.
DRUMMS SAWMILL Menu includes: Roast Pork baked with our famous topping Stuffing Mashed potatoes with gravy
Credit Cards Ac- 518-928-9982 fruitful vine splendor of
cepted. Heaven. Blessed Mother of the Hot vegetables Cabbage Salad Applesauce Fruited jello Rolls/butter Hot and cold beverages Gin-
We accept major credit Son of God, Immaculate Vir- ger Bread with Whip Cream Dessert this month will be - Cost of dinner is: Adults $12.00 Age
cards! gin, assist me in my necessity. 12 $6.00 5 & under - free
Oh, Star of the Sea, help me
and show me, herein you are SALEM HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH offers Mass on Saturday at 4:30 PM and
my mother. Oh, Holy Mary, Sunday at 8:30 AM. All children are welcomed to join in the Childrens Liturgy. Weekly
Mother of God, Queen of Communion Service is offered on Tuesday evening at 6 PM and on Thursday mornings at 8:30
Heaven and Earth! I humbly AM. Thursday, September 14 at 6 PM is theParish Feast Day Celebration.
beseech you from the bottom An adult Bible Study, The Gospel according to John and the Johannine Letters will begin
of my heart to succor me in September 18 at 6:30 at St. Patricks Church. If there is enough interest, it could be offered at
this necessity. There are none Holy Cross on Tuesdays. Please sigh up or email by Sept. 1.
that can withstand your power. Sr. Gussie, Mary Rosmus and Jeff Peck will be reading and discussing Mark Salzmans novel,
Oh, show me herein you are Lying Awake, on Wednesday morings at 9:30 AM at St. Patricks beginning September 13th.
my Mother. Oh, Mary, con- The Adult Faith Website has the famous address of Servant of God Sister Thea Bowman, to the
ceived without sin, pray for us US Conference of Catholic Bishops in 1989 in video. Please remember the food pantry which
who have recourse to thee(3x)
. Holy Mother, I place this cause needs cereal, soup, spaghetti sauce and personal care items. The children are home for the
in your hands(3x). Holy Spirit, summer and breakfast and lunch items are needed.
WHOLESALE DELIVERY DAILY you who have solved all prob-
90 day standard warranty lems, light all roads so that I can ROCK CITY PARTY: Join the Salem Vol. Fire Dept. on Saturday September 9th, at the carni-
nationwide locator FREE service attain my goal. You who gave val grounds at 21 Archibald St. from 6pm till 11:00pm for the 4th annual party with the band Rock
me the divine gift to forgive City. There will be beer, soft drinks, water, hot dogs, & hamburgers for sale throughout the
view parts and shop online at and forget all evil against me evening.There will be a $5.00 entry fee for any one older than 12yrs of age. IDs will be checked
and that in all instances in my and wristbands will be handed out.All proceeds will benefit the Salem Volunteer Fire Department
TOUR DE SALEM FLAME FIGHTERS BIKE RIDES:The life you are with me. I want in
this short prayer to thank you Inc.We hope to see you there.
Salem Volunteer Fire Department Inc. will be hosting there fourth
for all things as you confirm
annual Tour de Salem Flame Fighters bike rides on Sunday Sep- once again that I never want to
tember 24. The Ride will start and finish at the Salem Fire be separated from you in eter-
Departments Carnival Grounds on Archibald Street, just off NYS nal glory. Thank you for your
Route 22 (South Main St.) Salem, NY. Start Times - Register on- mercy towards me and mine.
line or the day of the event registration starts at 7:30 a.m. with The person must say this
the 63 mile ride starting at 8:00 a.m. the other rides to follow 25 prayer 3 consecutive days. Af-
mile at 8:30 a.m., 16 mile at 9:00 a.m., and the 10 mile at 9:00 ter 3 days, the request will be
a.m.Cost for the ride is $35.00 per individual or $40.00/family. granted. This prayer must be
* Sign up by going to: published after the favor is
flame-fighters (online registration closes September 15, 2017 at granted. C.A.B.
11 p.m.)T-Shirt to everyone who pre-registers. FREE FOOD for
Participants after the RidesFull SAG Support, Fully Stocked Rest
Stops, On-site Bike Mechanic, Great Views, Awesome Rides
CHARITY BREAKFAST: The Perry family invites everyone 2001 BMW Z3
to close out summer with a delicious breakfast to benefit the convertible,
Haynes House of Hope on Monday, Sept. 4 from 8 a.m. to 1 5 speed,
p.m. at Perrys Main Street Eatery in Poultney, Vermont. 131,000 miles,
Diners can choose from a special menu that will include eggs dark blue, $8500.
cooked to order, sausage patties, specialty pancakes such as blue- Call Sam at
berry or chocolate chip, and home fries made from potatoes from 518-744-7106
the Perry Farm. Each menu item will be priced individually. The
breakfast will be served eat-in or take-out. The event is hosted by
the Perry family to benefit Haynes House. Haynes House is lo-
cated at 7187 State Route 149 in Granville.

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RUMMAGE SALE: The Fort Edward Rescue Squad is Taken
donations for there upcoming Rummage Sale! The Sale is being BOOK NOOK NEWS WE NEED BOOKS!!! The Garage Sale chandisers, food makers, crafters, pack-rats, etc., etc., etc.!
held in September of this year. We are looking for any used or and the $5/bag book sale at Transfiguration Parish on Hillview Poultney Area Chamber of Commerce vendor spaces are filling
new items in good condition. The Larger items that we are look- Drive in Speigletown is only weeks away, and we are in need of up quickly for the annual Poultney Town Wide Yard Sale day on
ing for are as followed. Freezer chests/Area rugs/ and washer any and all donations of your gently-read novels, children/young Saturday, October 14th. For an application for Town Wide Yard
and dryers. All items are excepted. Only this we ask is NO TVs. adult books, cookbooks, historical novels, biographies, large print Sale day vendor space and/or questions, the Chambers contact
If you would like to Donate please contact or Stop By the Fort books, CDs or DVDs. Please drop them off at the church loca- for this event is: Mary Kathryn Helm at
Edward Rescue Squad we are Located at 75 Schuyler Street in tion anytime before the Labor Day Garage Sale. Please remem- 802-287-1120, Simply Clean, West Haven, VT.
Fort Edward 12828 Our contact number is 518-747-6198 ber no textbooks, encyclopedias or VHS tapes.
Thanks again for your continued support and see you on Friday, TROY SENIOR CENTER events:
September 1 and Saturday, September 2 for our huge Garage 19 Third StreetTroy, New York 12180
UPCOMING AUDITION Schuylerville Community Theater is Sale and $5/Bag sale at the Book Nook!! BIRTHDAY PARTY: Wednesday, August 16th. Celebrating
holding open auditions for their fall production of I Hate Ham- July, August and September Birthdays, Cake and Ice Cream
let! There will be parts for 3 men and 3 women. Performance run VETERANS HALL - WILL BE OPEN FOR THE DURA- with the Dairy Princess.
dates are Oct 27, 28, 29, 2017. Synopsis: A discontented TV TION OF THE SCHAGHTICOKE FAIR!! August 30-Sep- SPECIAL DINNER: Thursday, August 17th, Barbeque-
actor, Andrew Rally, has recently received the role of Hamlet in a tember 4.Veterans Hall Honors All Veterans Past and Present. Rockin Rob Performing! Must have lunch reservation. Call
performance to be formed in Central Park. His life is less than This building is located on the Schaghticoke Fairgrounds and is 270-5348.
perfect, and he is not at all interested in playing Hamlet. His girl- comprised of a group of volunteers who feel passionate about CAPTAIN JP CRUISE: Wednesday, August 23rd. Sign up in
friend, Dierdre Mcdavey, will not even have sex with him. When thanking our veterans. Many have visited Veterans Hall during office.
his agent, Lillian Troy, reminisces about her romance with John the fair or have come to an Open House to pay tribute to our ALZHEIMERS PRESENTATION: Thursday, August 24th
Barrymore, the famous actor who once played Hamlet, they de- veterans and say thank you. Everyone knows and loves a veteran @11:30.
cide to have a seance to bring him back. Along with the real es- and many come to share that connection. Some come to see a SCHAGHTICOKE FAIR: Thursday, August 31st (Senior
tate agent who sold Andrew his apartment (which coincidentally picture, a clipping or perhaps an item donated by family or a Day)
once belonged to Barrymore), Felicia Dantine, they bring him friend of a veteran that served our country. In addition we are HEALTH AND WELLNESS EXPO: 11-1 p.m. Thursday,
back. Andrew proclaims his hatred of Hamlet and later on gets compiling a list of veterans names from Rensselaer, Saratoga, September 7th, 18 Vendors will be here, 50/50 raffle!
acting help from Barrymores ghost. Auditions will be held at Albany, Washington, and surrounding counties. We can use your Freebies! Come join us for lunch!
Schuylerville Town Hall on September 5, 2017 from 7 p.m. to 9 help in this endeavor. This will be an ongoing objective for years WEEKLY ACTIVITIES Join us at the Troy Senior Center for
p.m. This production of I Hate Hamlet will be directed by Garrett to come. Getting your veterans name on the list is free, easy and weekly Aerobics, Knitting & Crocheting, Bingo, Line Danc-
West and co-produced by Lorraine Thompson and Shelley a good way to ensure his/her service will be remembered. A form ing, Bible Study, Reminiscing groups, Exercise, Osteo Aero-
Fairbanks. Rehearsals will be in the Town Hall on Sunday after- can be obtained on Facebook at https:// bics, Crafts, Card games, Billiards, Entertainment, blood pres-
noons, Tuesdays and Thursdays (tentatively). For additional in- SchaghticokeVeteransHall or contact Jody at 518-859-2988 or sure screening, NOON LUNCH, and much, much more. Meet
formation or questions, contact Co-Producer, Lorraine Thomp- Lorraine at 518-753-6936. We are also doing a brick engraving old friends; make new friends, NEW MEMBERS, 60 & older
son at or 369-6558. Be prepared to read project for veterans that is ongoing. Bricks go in the ground once WELCOME. 518-270-5348 for more information
from the script (which will be provided the evening of auditions). a year only. This form can be found on the Schaghticoke Fair
See website at for plot summary and character de- website or by calling Jody. Thank you for your service! HOLIDAY PANCAKE BREAKFAST The Salem Fish and
scriptions. Game Club on Route 29 in Salem invites everyone to a Holiday
Weekend Pancake Breakfast from 7:00 am to 11:00 am on Sun-
day, September 3rd. Tickets will be sold at the door. For infor-
mation, call Bill (677-3384) or Kevin (222-3448).


on September 6.. Meeting begins at noon with a covered dish
with business meeting following. Meeting is held at the
Raymertown Volunteer Fire Co. on Mason Lane in Raymertown,
NY. All seniors are welcome. Please come join us. We are an
Antique & vintage collectiables, Over 100 dealers in energetic group of seniors involved in many social and active
over 17,500 sq ft, Everything from ABC plates to projects. Dont miss out on the fun. Upcoming trips may in-
Yelloware. Named one of New Englands best antique clude Howes Cavern and a fall foliage cruise on Lake George.
centers by Yankee magazine Any questions about our activities and the club please contact
President, Sylvia Ward at 518-478-3338. Remember we now
have to include the area code of 518 when dialing numbers with
that area code.


On August 26, 2017 Cornell Cooperative Extension will be hold-
ing its 8th 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. We are asking for your sup-
port in the form of merchandise donation or gift certificate that
will be used as either a door prize for the golf tournament or for
an item in our silent auction. Cornell Cooperative Extension is a
key outreach system of Cornell University with a strong public
mission and an extensive local presence that is responsive to the
needs of people in our community. Cornell Cooperative Exten-
sion provides educational programs in the following areas: 4-H
Youth Development, Family and Consumer Sciences, Natural
Resources, Gardening and Landscape, Nutrition, Diet and Health.
In-Kind gift donations may be shipped to Cornell Cooperative
Extension, 377 Schroon River Road, Warrensburg, NY 12885-
0487. Arrangements for pick-up of donations can be made by
calling Amy Sabattis at 518-623-3291 or 668-4881 or email


Used Town Funds to Pad Her Pay and Repay Loan.
Jordan Green, the former clerk to the supervisor for the town of
Minerva, pleaded guilty to fourth degree grand larceny, official
misconduct and tampering with public records, after an inves-
tigation and audit found she stole thousands of dollars from the
town, State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli announced re-
cently. Ms. Green used the publics coffers as her personal
bank account. DiNapoli said. I thank Essex County District
Attorney Kristy Sprague and the New York State Police for
CAROLS COLLECTIBLES their work and partnership in combatting public corruption.

& Antiques Green, 30, who plead before Essex County Court Judge Rich-
ard Meyer, faces up to four years in prison on the felony grand
GLENWOOD Books Glassware
larceny charge and one year each on the misdemeanor charges
of official misconduct and tampering with public records. In
addition, Green may be required to pay restitution and fees.
She is due back in court for sentencing on Sept. 11.
518-798-4747 Tools Toys As the clerk to the supervisor, Green was responsible for pro-
cessing payroll, calculating employee benefits and collecting
60 Glenwood Avenue, Housewares Furniture Jewelry payments to the town. The Comptrollers investigation and au-
Queensbury, NY Plates & Dishes and so much more! dit revealed that Green, during the course of her official duties,
funneled more than $9,000 to her own bank account from the
Antiques Open Daily Year-Round Multi-Dealer Shop towns payroll account.
518.499.0728 Carol &Terry DiNapolis office also found that Green, who is a member of
Collectibles 84 Broadway, Route 22 the states retirement system, used town funds to pay back loans
Debit she took from the retirement system of more than $1,500. Green
Crafts Cards Whitehall, NY
also directed more than $1,000 in town funds to pay medical contributions instead of making deductions from her paycheck.
Green, an employee of the town of Minerva since July 2010,
resigned in April 2015, a month after an investigation by the
Comptrollers office was launched.
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has completed and filed the Annual Water
Quality Report for 2016. The report is available
PRICES PAID $ for review at the village office, 155 Br oad
oadwway, W hitehall, NY
Gold & silver jewelry; vintage too big or too small...We 163 Main St. Schaghticoke, NY. Open 7 Days a Week Year Round
costume & turquoise. Coins, take it all!
watches, knives, military, toys,
antiques etc. 30+ years cell: 518-955-4026 or A TRIBUTE TO CARUSO Brings the Sembrich Season to a Close! Home of
518-761-6901. BOLTON LANDING, NY The Sembrich Summer Series reaches time, call Joe
first. 518-893-0235 its grand finale on Saturday, September 2 nd at 6:30 pm with A GRAMS SUB
or 518-669-2274 TRIBUTE TO CARUSO, a gala homage to one of the greatest singers
of all time, Enrico Caruso. Tickets for this festive Italian-themed
event are $150 with proceeds to benefit the summer performance
series. For reservations call 518 644-2431. For more information, Largest
visit or contact The Sembrich at (518) 644-
2431. In The Area!
664-5453 THE BOOK NOOK in Speigletown is not open during August, in
anticipation of the upcoming Garage Sale on Labor Day Weekend. 518-499-0788 - Stor
Saratoga However, we are hoping to collect as many donations for this event
as possible. Please drop off your gently-read novels, children/young 518-499-1406 Pizza Line
584-1320 Congratulations to the Washington
adult books, cookbooks, historical novels, biographies, CDs or
Glens Falls DVDs any time this month at Transfiguration Parish Speigletown County Fair for another great year!
743-0804 site. Please remember no textbooks, encyclopedias or VHS tapes.
Spring Special: Any new construct 9x50: $2500 WITH A SMALL ENGINE, TOPSOIL
BOOK NOOK NEWS WE NEED BOOKS!!! The Garage Sale RUNNING OR NOT. Any Excavation Needs
and the $5/bag book sale at Transfiguration Parish on Hillview CASH PAID FOR SOME Rick Harris
Drive in Speigletown is only weeks away, and we are in need of 518-753.0007 / 376-3807 518-692-8095
any and all donations of your gently-read novels, children/young
adult books, cookbooks, historical novels, biographies, large print
books, CDs or DVDs. Please drop them off at the church location
anytime before the Labor Day Garage Sale. Please remember no
textbooks, encyclopedias or VHS tapes. Thanks again for your
continued support and see you on Friday, September 1 and
Saturday, September 2 for our huge Garage Sale and $5/Bag
sale at the Book Nook!!

Adirondack Seafood Co.

115 River Street Hudson Falls
The freshest Seafood Lunches and
Dinners at our Cozy Maine Style
Restaurant where you can obtain our WANTED: Standing timber, ERBE TENT RENTALS
specialty: All You Can Eat Fish Fry! wood lots. Fully insured. Call tables, chairs, food chest,
Homemade Clam Chowder 518-692-2109 lights, and tent sides.
Fried or Boiled Fish and Seafood by the Andy @ 469-3048
TIRES FOR SALE Art @ 791-4562
Pound To Go from our Car,Truck, Dump Truck,
Premium Fresh Fish Market Tractor trailer.
CHRIS CONNOLLY Kiln Dried Rough Cut
421-3608 753-4542 and Planed lumber
Stop in
in or
or Call
Call in
in FOR SALE, 1998 Harley 883
in stock.
1" & 2" T&G. Shiplap,
Novelty Siding, Log
your order,
order, today:
today: Sportster 1200 kit, very good
condition, 5,700 miles, cherry Cabin Siding. V-
Groove. Hrs: M-F 8
518-745 -- 5845
5845 black, single seat, 3,500
obo..Also 1199 Ford Mustang am-4:30 pm;
Sat. 8 am-3:30 pm
GT, V8, standard, convert., Pick-up or delivery. GREEN FIREWOOD FOR
leather interior, excellent SPECIALTY LUMBER
DO YOU LOVE TO PLAY BINGO?- Rensselaer Countys Troy 193 Casey Road in SALE: $165 full cord, including Table tops, mantle pieces, rus-
Senior Service Center, 19 Third Street, Troy NY- The Rensselaer shape. 5,500.OBO...Also 2004 Schuylerville. local delivery. Out of area
Hyundai Tiburon standard GT tic furniture stock. Select
County Troy Senior Center has a great time playing bingo on 518-928-9982 delivery: $180/cord. grade hardwood lumber, in-
Wednesdays and Fridays at 12:30 pm, after our noon meal. Come V6 6 speed. very good shape 518-583-1168 Credit cards accepted.
3,700. OBO. Contact 802- cluding butternut, cherry, oak,
for lunch and stay to play! All seniors age 60 and over are eligible. We now accept all 518-915-4040 ash, birch, etc. Call 518-494-
Membership is free. Call 270-5348 for more information. 442-7317. major credit cards! 2747.

Sandy Hills Farmers Market

Juckett Park, Route 4
In the heart of the 4718 Route 67, 38 Main St.,
Village of Hudson Falls North Hoosick, NY North Bennington, VT
518-686-7470 802-447-0520
Market Hours: Full Service Garage for all your repair needs!
SUNDAYS 9 am - 1pm
July thru October 1st IMPREZZA PILOT

Local Produce, Milk, Meat,

Honey, Maple Syrup,
Baked Goods,Craft Vendors.
Auto, Air, Rear Sunroof, , Std, Black, AWD, A/C,
Live Entertainment in the Gazebo! Black, AWD, High Miles Black
AWD, Auto, A/C, Blue
Sandy Hill Farmers Market - It feels like family! $
4,995 $
6,595 4,995
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