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Kitchen ‘n Counters Tour Update The members of Chelmsford Garden Club have been very busy working on their upcoming fundraiser. We have 5 unique homes that will be so interesting to see. At the Chelmsford Center for the Arts there will be 21 vendors who have a broad array of products. We will have Jewelry, Pampered Chef, Pottery, Clothing, Bags, Avon, Special oils, Dry flowers, paint on ceramics, handmade wooden items, travel, Mary Donnellan, Interior decorator on the stage, Mary Kay, Maureen Baker, Artist, Purple Carrott Artisan Bread, Steeped Tea, Jamberry, Trades of Hope, Miniature Pottery Figurines, Special skin care products, and handmade Items. Rarely do you find so many remarkable items in one place to start holiday shopping. Our silent auction has some very attractive baskets. For starters we have a martini basket with a beautiful Waterford martini pitcher, an Italian basket, a wine, cheese and chocolate basket, a tray with 2 plates and matching cloth napkins, two bowls

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CGC Kitchen & Counters Tour Everyone is looking forward with great anticipation to the Chelmsford Garden Club’s fundraiser which has 5 unique Chelmsford homes to visit. The Club is providing $200 worth of flower arrangements for each home. The arrangements will become part of the silent auction at the Chelmsford Center for the

Arts, 1A North Road. There will be a Vendor’s Fair with 21 merchants who have a wide variety to wares to sell. It will be the perfect opportunity for holiday shopping. The Garden Club is also having a raffle and a silent auction with many lovely baskets. While at the Center there will be an opportunity to rest and have some delicious refreshments. The tour takes place on Saturday, November 4, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm and costs $25. For advance sale tickets, call 978-256-1006 or email mary@ Tickets will be available for purchase starting at 10:00 am on Nov. 4 at the Center for the Arts. Whether you buy an advance sale ticket or purchase it on the 4th, be sure to ask for a tour guide with house addresses and driving directions. Don’t miss this kick off to the holiday season.

Golf Ball Drop Challenge Raffle Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell is holding a charity golf ball raffle on Thursday, November 2, 2017. Numbered raffle tickets correspond to num-

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bered golf balls which will be dropped from a helicopter at the Chelmsford Country Club, 66 Park Road in Chelmsford at 11 am. Three winning golf balls will earn cash prizes of $500, $250 and $100. The fundraiser is open to the public with a maximum of 800 balls sold - raffle tickets are available for $10 donation, 3 for $25, 7 for $50 or a book of 10 for $75. Winner need not be present. Raindate: Friday, Nov 3rd.

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Kristallnacht: A Survivor’s Reflections And Insights For The Present Day Please join speaker Anna Ornstein to remember Kristallnacht, the Night of Broken Glass, on Sunday, November 5 at 4:00 pm at Congregation Shalom in Chelmsford. Dr. Anna Ornstein is a holocaust survivor, a Professor Emerita of Child Psychology at the University of Cincinnati, a Lecturer on Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, and an author. What happened on November 9 and 10, 1938? Dr. Ornstein will

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use her multi-fasceted experience as a holocaust survivor and a specialist in self-psychology to reflect and share insights on this terrifying historic event. At age 17, Anna and her mother were deported to Auschwitz from Hungary. Her father and two brothers died in the Holocaust. Her childhood sweetheart, Paul, survived a Hungarian forced labor camp. They found each other after the war, married, and eventually had three children. After attending medical school in Heidelberg, Germany from 1946 through 1951 and completing their training at the University of Cincinnati, both Anna and her recently deceased

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ing another chapter of the tragedies she witnessed and the small moments of grace in her survival. Through her family’s support, Orenstein gained enough strength to share her experiences in her 2004 book, My Mother’s Eyes: Holocaust Memories of a Young Girl, in hopes of keeping the nightmare from ever happening again. Congregation Shalom is located at 87 Richardson Road in North Chelmsford. For more information call (978) 251-8091 or email

Stay Safe This Halloween With NFPA’s Fire Safety Tips Halloween is creeping up on us. The rush is on to find the perfect pumpkin, the spookiest costume, and the best candy for trick-ortreaters. However, along with all this excitement comes potential fire hazards related to seasonal decor and costumes. Fortunately, fire risks can be avoided by following the National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) Halloween safety precautions. “Halloween brings out creativity in people of all ages. Children enjoy dressing up and

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New England Shutterbugs Camera Club The New England Shutterbugs Camera Club hold meetings on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month. Doors will open at 6:30 and programs begin at 7:00 PM. November14th is a member’s competition, the assigned subject being “Sea Shells.” The second meeting of the month is on November 28th and will be the results of the scavenger hunt competition. Please join us at the Veterans Center, 100 West Street, Leominster, MA 01453 We hope that guests and new members will join us. There is a $5.00 nonmember fee. Refreshments will be served. Please check our website for details at: or call Dan Cox at 978-807-4145 or Beverly Fratoni at 978-5346638.

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Veterans Day 5K Fundraiser For Paralyzed Veterans Of America On Saturday, November 11, 2017, come support our veterans by participating in the first annual Veterans Day weekend 5k Road Race at picturesque Nara Park in Acton, MA! The race will begin promptly at 10 a.m. (all level runners welcome!) and 100% of the proceeds from the race will go directly to the Paralyzed Veterans of America service organization. This organization, founded in 1946, is unique in its support of veterans of the armed forces who have experienced spinal cord injury or dysfunction. PVA is a leading advocate for quality health care, spinal cord research, VA benefits and civil rights for veterans and all people with disabilities. The race will be followed by a complimentary BBQ, sponsored by Stop and Shop, for veterans and active service members and their families at 11 a.m. at the Nara Park Pavilion. Register for the race or contribute a donation by visiting and search “Paralyzed Veterans of America Fundraiser 5k.” There is no better way to spend Veterans Day weekend than thanking and honoring those who have served our country!

Chelmsford Public Library On Sunday, October 29, the Merrimack Valley Home Brew Club presents a workshop and tasting at the Chelmsford Public Library (25 Boston Rd, Chelmsford, MA). The event runs from 2 PM – 4 PM and will include a discussion and demonstration with samples for all who attend. This event is 21+. To register, please visit


EventDetails?EventId=14672 Remember, remember the fifth of November! That’s the date for the Chelmsford Public Library’s Annual Apple Pie Contest, sponsored by the Chelmsford Friends of the Library. The general public is invited to feast on apple pie, donuts, and apple cider at 2 PM. CONTESTANTS: 1. Pre-register online at 2. Submit your recipe in advance to Jessica at jfitzhanso@chelmsfordlibrary. org. Please list your name on the recipe document. 3. Bring your pie to the library by 1:30 PM on the day of the contest. Judging will be from 1:30 to 2:30 PM RULES: 1. All pies are to be homemade, with a homemade double crust. 2. Filling is to be just apples (no raisins, cranberries, etc). 3. Recipe must include the type of apple(s) used.

When Veterans’ Caregivers Are Left Behind (NAPSI)—Dave Riley doesn’t take a step without his wife, literally. “In the morning, he needs help putting on his shirt and his prosthetics—both his legs and arms. Then, I brush his teeth and shave him,” said Yvonne Riley, who serves as her husband’s primary caregiver. At night, Yvonne reverses that routine to get Dave into bed. Dave is an Army and Coast Guard veteran; he served as a helicopter rescue swimmer. He is also a quadruple amputee. In 1997, he contracted a rare bacterial infection when swimming— septic shock pneumococcus sepsis. The infection essentially stopped the blood flow inside his body. As a result, doctors advised Yvonne that they would need to have all four of his limbs amputated and several internal organs removed. It was the only

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government significant dollars, when compared to treating disabled veterans through institutions. For example, veterans with catastrophic injuries such as Dave’s, who are eligible for nursing home care, could cost taxpayers upward of $300,000 per year. However, by providing support to the family member caregiver through VA’s Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers, the average cost per veteran is under $30,000 annually. And the care is generally better for the veteran’s health and quality of life. It’s shown that family caregivers help reduce overall health care costs through care that minimizes medical complications and lowers the number of hospital admissions for veteran patients. Yet Yvonne and Dave do not qualify for all of VA’s caregiver benefits. Surprisingly, only veterans injured after September 11, 2001, are eligible for the complete comprehensive caregiver benefit package through the VA—which includes education and training, respite care and mental health services, and, per-

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haps most importantly, monthly stipends and health care coverage for the caregiver. Organizations such as DAV, veterans such as Dave Riley, and Veterans Service Organization partners and caregiver advocacy groups are working hard to change these laws and correct this inequity. Many Americans, concerned about fair treatment for every veteran who needs a caregiver, are calling (202) 224-3121 to ask their legislators where they stand on the issue. “Caregivers are really America’s unsung heroes,” said Dave. “It’s only right that we ensure they are honored with the support they earned and

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Story Slam (Like NPR’s The Moth) In Littleton UU Mass Action Network, the Unitarian Universalist state advocacy group that seeks to connect UU congregations around social justice issues, is holding its 4th Annual Story Slam fundraiser from 7 to 9 PM on Saturday, November 4. Hosted by First Church Unitarian, 19 Foster St., Littleton, the event will feature six story tellers, mostly UU ministers, speaking about the event’s theme of “following your heart”. Enjoy food, fun and fellowship while supporting UU social justice in Massachusetts! For more information and tickets see https://2017storyslam.eventbrite. com. Admission $25-$40 (UU Mass Action Network is a 501c3 organization). All are welcome!

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The Country Lane garden Club of Chelmsford will hold its November meeting on Wednesday, November 1 at 7pm at the Senior Center at 75 Groton Road. This is a joint meeting with the Open Gate and Lazy Daisy Garden Clubs. After brief business meetings there will be a program. The speaker is Betty Williams, a terrific and creative speaker. “Learn simple, effective ways to combine fresh fruits, vegetables and nuts from the supermarket, woody herbs from your garden and locally grown evergreens and berries to decorate your table for Thanksgiving and the Winter Holidays. The talk covers gathering, preparing and using seasonal plant material as well as mechanics, containers, and technique. Betsy will share ideas for seasonal centerpieces, guest favors and door decorations plus demonstrate how to create a fresh winter potpourri. “ Please join us! Light refreshments will be served. There is ample free parking at the Center. The meeting is free and open to the public.

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When Disasters Strike, You Can Be Part Of The Solution (NAPSM)—Every 24 seconds, somewhere in America, a fire department responds to a fire and firefighters are on the job, saving life and property. What many people may not realize is that most of these firefighters are volunteers. Seven out of 10 firefighters and emergency responders are volunteers, protecting their communities from a variety of hazards and saving taxpayers nationwide an estimated $140 billion a year. They come from all backgrounds, professions, ages, genders, races and ethnicities. The Problem Many local departments are struggling to meet staffing needs. Call volume has tripled in the last 30 years as fire departments’ roles in communities continue to expand, making the need for volunteers greater than ever. Yet many community members are unaware of this need. A survey by the National Volunteer Fire Council (NVFC) found 41 percent of respondents did not know that their department used volunteers and 79 percent did not know their department was looking for more volunteers. An Answer Volunteering in the fire service provides a unique way for people to give back to the community while developing skills and experience that can contribute greatly to many aspects of their personal and professional life. It also provides camaraderie, a sense of purpose, and community impact to those who serve in

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First Artifacts In Place At National Army Museum (NAPSI)—The National Museum of the United States Army is under construction, and four artifacts are already in place. These unique pieces of Army history are so large that crews pre-positioned them early in the construction process so the Museum’s walls could be built around them. The first two artifacts were the M3 Bradley Cavalry Fighting Vehicle that led the 2003 charge from Kuwait to Baghdad, and the M4A3E2 Sherman “Jumbo” Tank, known as “Cobra King,” which was the first tank to break through German lines during World War II’s Battle of the

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Bulge. Crews then installed an LCVP, one of the few remaining Higgins boats certified to have carried troops ashore at Normandy on D-Day. The fourth artifact, a Renault FT-17 Tank known as “5 of Hearts,” made history in World War I when it led an attack on enemy lines near Exermont, France. It is the only known surviving Renault FT-17 Tank used in combat by U.S. personnel. A World War I Liberty Truck, Korean War-vintage Jeep, and Huey helicopter will be added on later dates. The Museum’s construction is being funded privately through a campaign led by the Army Historical Foundation, with nearly 158,000 Founding Sponsors to date. The Foundation is also raising funds through the Army Brick Program, which allows individuals and groups to order personalized bricks that will line the Museum’s outdoor pathways.

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B.A.L. HOME IMPROVEMENT, General Carpentry & Home Repairs. Basements, additions, decks, garages, roofing, interior /exterior painting, tile, replacement doors & windows, 25-years experience, satisfaction guaranteed. Licensed, registered & insured. Call Brett 978-821-5974.


HJS CARPENTRY Doors and windows, remodeling, kitchen and baths, custom built-ins, and millwork. Licensed and Insured. 978-580-7822

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AIR SOLUTIONS Early Fall A/C and boiler tune-ups. Pre-season specials. High efficiency boilers and furnaces. Full service HVAC. Sales, service and installations. Call Joe 978-423-6383

ANTIQUES/ Antiques COLLECTIBLES COUNTRYSIDE TRADING Stamps, coins, cards & much more. We are buying collections!!! 978-486-0015

AUTOMOBILES Automobiles JUNK CAR REMOVAL Call for a Quote, You may be surprised. Nights and weekends available. Prompt courteous service. Ask for Red. 978-365-6789


WWW.JERRYMAZZOLA.COM MA Contractor License #080937. HIC#154868. BBB Member, Fully Insured. Acton and Surrounding Towns. 978-549-2504

CARPENTRY Carpentry MSA WOODWORKS, LLC: Remodeling, Decks, Basements, Windows & Doors, Kitchens, Mantels, Built-ins, New Construction, Plans, Licensed & Insured. Excellent References. Mark 978562-4318 CONDIT CONSTRUCTION Decks, Finished Basements, Additions, Porches, Replacement Windows and Doors, Rotted Trim & Window Sills. Registered. Insured. Call David at 978-2874326

SUNBURST WORKS small project carpentry, repair/replace. Call Dominick, 978-590-7235 GENERAL CARPENTRY & HANDYMAN SERVICES Establish in 1989. Licensed & fully insured, bonded. Ice dam & storm related damage repairs. From mailbox to roof repairs. Accepting all major credit cards. Contact Bob at 978-460 4800

CARPET Carpets SERVICES CARPETS I have access to several thousand yards of Berber & Plush carpet. I can carpet your living room and hall for $569. Price includes pad and installation. Based on 30 sq.yds. John, 781-710-4515


CLEANING RIZIA’S HOUSE & OFFICE CLEANING. Great Service at Competitive Prices! Dependable and Flexible. Over 11 Years Experience. Excellent References. Free Estimates. 978-621-0185, BEST AFFORDABLE CLEANING If you don’t have time to clean, I can help you! Dusting, floors, kitchens, bathrooms, whatever you need cleaned! References available. Miriam 508517-0350 ESSENTIAL CLEANING SERVICE Excellent references, affordable prices, weekly, biweekly, monthly schedule. Call now and get $20.00 off your first cleaning. Free Estimates, contact @essentialcleaningservice. com or 978-440-0586 HOUSECLEANING BY PAM: and organizing. Weekly, bi-weekly. References upon request. In business 15 years. Area Native. 508-330-8594


SUELEN PERSONAL ORGANIZER, OFFICE & HOUSE CLEANER Detailed oriented, hard working and flexible person with great references. Over 12 years experience. Free estimates 978-421-7935

WWW.WESTFORDDRYWALL. COM AJR Wallboard, Plastering & Painting Division. Call Andrew at 978-952-2600

HOUSE CLEANING Competent individual looking for more work. Great references. Free estimates. Call Beata 978-235-5368

Chimney Services CHIMNEY


NANCY’S CLEANING SERVICE references, 15 years experience. Free estimates. 978-875-3925

WARREN MASONRY All types of brick and stonework. Patios, walls, steps, walkways, chimneys. Chimney Cleaning. 978401-5332

WILMA & ZILMA HOUSE & OFFICE CLEANING 15 years experience. Excellent References. 978-496-1282

ASH-GO CHIMNEY: All Aspects of Chimney Maintenance and Repair. Walkways, Patios, Steps and Dryer Vents. L/I, Angie’s “A” rating. 978-562-3782

RELIABLE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL CLEANING services. 14 years experience. Satisfaction guaranteed! 50% off first cleaning. Call or text 508-308-0478.

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MARIA’S CLEANING Great prices, good references. We clean your house with our hands to your heart. Post construction. Weekdays. 978-332-2406

RESIDENTIAL AND BUSINESS CLEANING Quality work with experience. Affordable Rates. Excellent References. Free Estimates. 978-479-3926, Edna SOCORRO & NATHALIA House & Office Cleaning. We Don’t Cut Corners, We Clean Them! 978580-6584 or 978-201-6858

Computer Services COMPUTER


PC HOME AND BUSINESS SERVICES: $90 Tuneup, security and performance. I do it all. Masters, Cornell, Computer designer for DEC. PC Support Solutions, John 508-361-6229. COMPUTER REPAIR, Virus spyware removal, hardware/software installs, upgrades. Small network setups and support. Call Steve at 978-433-0168. Visit WEBSITE DESIGN for small businesses. Personalized services at affordable prices. Contact


DECKS DECKS DECKS DECKS Specializing in the new maintenance free Azek Decking products, also pressure treated, mahogany, cedar, fir. Call Condit Construction at 978-287-4326 Registered. Insured. GET STARTED EARLY, www. MA Contractor License #080937. HIC #154868. BBB Member, Fully Insured. Acton and Surrounding Towns. 978549-2504

DISPOSAL/REMOVAL Disposal/Removal Service SERVICE LEO’S TRUCKING, Disposal, clean-ups, clean-outs. We take it all. Furniture, wood, construction debris, and metal, demolition work. 978-263-7082.

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QUICK REMOVAL SERVICE: You Call John it will be gone. Clean-out attics, basements, garages, sheds, etc. Demolition we supply the labor. Senior discount. Fully insured. Best prices. Member of BBB. Master and Visa card. Call anytime 978-897JUNK, cell 978-460-1192 www.

VISITING ANGELS PROVIDES PRIVATE HOME CARE FOR SENIORS in the comfort of their own homes. Personal hygiene care, homemaking, light housekeeping, companionship, respite services. Let us provide peace of mind. Call 978-263-1212 for information and a FREE in-home evaluation.

G.SMITH EXCAVATION Total site service. Land clearing, Stump grinding, Stump removal, Foundations, underground utilities, trenching, Grading, Drainage, Retaining walls, Landscape construction, Demolition, Material delivery. Licensed and insured. Call Greg 978-580-5754, www.

10-30 CONTAINER RENTALS Construction Debris, Yard Waste, Demolition Services. Credit Cards Accepted. Call A&M Disposal 978-274-5681,

PEACE AT HOME Licensed caregivers available hourly or live-in. Ask us for references. 978-369-6825

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DUMPSTER RENTALS We offer 15, & 20 Yard Containers for all your removal needs. We will beat any price. Call us for prompt delivery. 978-270-1169. Call Anytime. ROLL OFF DUMPSTER 2 weeks free, our prices will not be beat. We take it all, Anything and Everything. 978-270-1169 Call anytime. ROLL-OFF AT DISCOUNT PRICES First 2 weeks free! 10, 15, 20 yard containers for immediate delivery. We will beat any competitors price. Call Lincoln Removal, we will not be undersold. All major credit cards accepted. 781-259-3331, www. AMERICAN JUNK REMOVALS-WE TAKE ANYTHING & EVERYTHING FOR LESS At a fraction of the competitions price. We will take trash, appliances, furniture, yard/construction debris. No job too big or small. Free estimates. Available 24/7. Call anytime. americanjunkremovals. com 978-328-4014 FORREST HILL DISPOSAL 12, 15, 20 yard Dumpsters for Construction debris, Demolition, Cleanouts, Attics, Garages, Basements and Yard waste. Labor Available. 978-772-0110 JUNK REMOVAL & CLEAN OUTS Call for estimate. PREMIER HOME SERVICES 978539-6008

EDUCATION/ Education/Tutoring TUTORING LEARNING PATHWAYS TUTORING English, French, English as a Second Language, Reading and Writing Skills, Math and Science. More than 20 years’ teaching experience. All ages, pre-school through adults. Special needs welcome. Call Mary Delahunt 978-456-8903


CAREGIVER WITH WHEELCHAIR VAN Available for shift work, overnights, live-in, appointments, etc. 978-201-2546 DRAGONFLY Senior Move Management Services, LLC. With care and compassion, Dragonfly assists aging adults and their families manage the moving (and downsizing) process. Services include as needed: move planning, scheduling, and oversight; sorting; organizing; customized floor plans; disposal and sale of unwanted items; and help settling in to the new space. Member of the National Association of Senior Move Managers. Insured. Call or text Carol Conragan, Esq. at 978-405-4329; Email: Carol@ Go to: www.dragonflyseniormoves. com.

Electrical ELECTRICAL ELECTRICIAN ANTHONY CAGGIANO: Complete electrical services. Service upgrades our specialty. 978-486-4743 Lic.#E39474 MASTER ELECTRICIAN Dennis F. McCarthy, license #A12082. Quality electrical work. 978897-0809 or 508-460-0026 CASELLO ELECTRIC: License #14237A. Specializing in small jobs. All calls returned. 978-7799900 AFFORDABLE ELECTRICIAN Service upgrades. Smoke and Carbons, Recessed Lighting, Pumps, Under Cabinet Lighting, Surround Sound, Heat, Ceiling Fans, Exhaust Fans, Security Lighting, Wall Mount TVs, Boilers, Motion Lighting, Violations Corrected. Reasonable rates. Professional Service. John Gulliver 978-3756059


JHS LANDCORP Stumping, stump removal, excavation work, dirt removal, site drainage, installation, foundation, land clearing, grating, pool demo and fillins, house demo. Fully insured. FREE estimates. 978-618-8876 or LVC SITE DEVELOPMENT Excavation, septic design, and installation, site developmentall phases, drainage, piping and water solutions, foundation construction. Clearing, grubbing and grading. 978-369-6339, www.

Rent FORFor RENT YARD SPACE Storage space available for monthly rental in Stow. Secure, owner occupied. Call John for rates 781-2372446 LITTLETON One bedroom apartment with private entrance, new paint & carpet. Ideal for single occupant. Good references only. $750/month. Includes utilities. First/Last security deposit. Nonsmoker, no pets preferred. Available mid-November. 978-4868407 PARKING STORAGE LOT. Free Up Space In Your Yard By Using Ours! You Name It, We Store It! BOATS, CAMPERS, OWNED OR RENTED STORAGE CONTAINERS, Trucks, Buses, Trailers, Construction/Landscaping Equipment. Competitive monthly rates that have remained the same for over 5 years! Private Location. On-site Management. Call Anytime. 978-897-0990 WINTER CAR STORAGE. Heated and clean from Nov.-Apr., $600. For season. Cars only. 978897-1650


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FISHER SNOWPLOW MM2 7’6”SD. Two years old. Used for one driveway. $3,500 508-7337559 OLDE TOWN CANOE Great condition, green, two cane seats, two paddles, anchor included. $500 978-369-3838

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SHOPSMITH WOODWORKING TOOL Good condition, manual included, sawblades, sanding disc, additional parts. $550 978-5625448

Free FREE DWARF BUNNY Cute and adorable, looking for a new home, free with cage. 978-263-9790 LAZY BOY RECLINERS Two, red and light brown. Very comfy. 978-310-7013 PING PONG TABLE Full size, fair condition. Includes paddles. 978-501-2399

Fuel/Firewood FUEL/FIREWOOD QUALITY FIREWOOD Clean, well seasoned, split, oak/apple firewood. Offered in 18” or 16” lengths. Buy Now and Save! Call Brian www.quality-firewood. com 978-692-3580 LOG LENGTH FIREWOOD Approximately 6-8 cords all hardwood $700. delivered. Call 978263-8005 3 (OLD) GUY’S FIREWOOD All Hardwood, seasoned. $275 per cord. FREE delivery 5 miles from Littleton Center. 978-265-8926 NORTHEAST WOOD Seasoned, split, 16”-18”, $295/cord. Deliveries extra. 508-357-8919 LIMITED FALL SPECIAL: Seasoned firewood $250. a cord delivered. Call/Text Mike 978580-1052 HUNTERS FIREWOOD Oak, maple & ash $250/cord, $165/ per half cord. Delivery available. 978-866-4324 FILL YOUR RACK FIREWOOD We deliver and stack the wood in your garage, on your porch, or in your rack. All deliveries include kindling. 1/4 cord $200, 1/2 cord $375. 978-265-4992 THE WOOD MAN Quality seasoned firewood. All hardwood 16” to 18”. $250. per cord. Delivered locally, Free! 978-877-7390 SEASONED FIREWOOD STACKED ON PALLETS, wrapped in plastic and delivered with Bobcat in garages, under decks, etc. $250. per half cord pallet. Call Chris 978-501-2758 $200/CORD BLOWOUT SALE! Seasoned Firewood. Free delivery on 2 cords or more. 508-9628324 JR SERVICES Seasoned firewood. $275/cord. Groton 978337-2805

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GUTTERS ALO SEAMLESS GUTTERS “The Rain Control Authority” Expert Gutter Installations, Manufactured/Extruded On-site, Repairs, Fascia & Gutter Guards. BBB & Angie’s List Accredited. HIC#168979. Call 508-5725557, MANSUR CONTRACTING Quality Materials, Expert Installation. O32 Seamless Aluminum, 16oz. Copper, Fascia Board/Trim Replacement. Leaf Guard System. Repairs, Cleanings. Roof/Chimney Repairs. Licensed/Insured. 978-835-1786 GUTTER CLEANING Most homes $119. Restrictions Apply. Westford and surrounding towns. 978-866-0885 WINDOW CLEANING (BY NORTON) Residential New/Antique Specialized. Gutter cleaning. Many references, fully insured (Insurance certificate upon request). 20 years. Serving Middlesex County. 978-844-0777, ACRE WINDOW/GUTTER CLEANING Gutter repairs and installation. Pressure washing. Free estimates. 10% off with this ad. 978-314-9052, 978-2973900 TJP SEAMLESS GUTTERS, 14-Colors. Cleaning, Repairs & Screens. Insured. 877-393-6869 JG PAINTING Now booking fall gutter cleaning. Also, window cleaning and interior painting. Excellent referrals. Fully insured. 978-239-4918 or 978323-9036 NEW ENGLAND GUTTER PRO, INC. “Your residential and commercial gutter professionals.” Give us a call today to book your gutter cleaning, repairs, or installation. To get a free gutter installation estimate call 774602-2448

Handyman RELIABLE HANDYMAN Carpentry, painting, tiling, drywall, garage doors, flooring, fencing and all other small jobs welcome. Call John 978-837-0435 HANDYMAN FOR HIRE Small jobs welcome. Carpentry, painting, honey-do-list, barn work, rot repair. Call or text Bob, 978-8461034

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HANDYMAN Repairs, Carpentry, Flooring, Tiling, Dry Wall, Interior/Exterior Painting, Kitchen/ Bath Remodel, Custom Built-Ins. Excellent references. jalessio1@, 978-618-7422 RAMIREZ HANDYMAN: Renovations, Exterior/Interior Painting. No job too small! 774-2859465. SMALL HOME PROJECTS AND REPAIRS To Do List Assist for Seniors. Very Affordable. Free Estimates. 978-337-3468 CASELLO HANDYMAN One Call Does it All, Honey to-Do List, Carpentry, Rot Repair, Windows, Kitchen/Bath Remodel, Decks, H.I.C#169725,, 978-779-9909 HANDYMAN SERVICES 40 years experience: painting, carpentry, tiling all trades. Free estimates. Satisfaction guaranteed. No job too small. 508-8894578 HOME HANDYMAN Reliable and honest. Repairs, replacements, remodeling, sinks, toilets, fixtures, painting, carpentry. Free estimates., 978-319-2921 NELSON HANDYMAN SERVICE Yard work, light painting, and carpentry. Digging, light demolition and wrecking, odd jobs. $12/hour. Call 978-323-9106, 978-761-5644(c)

Health Services HEALTH SERVICES ACUPUNCTURIST ROBIN J. BONAZZOLI, nationally certified with training in Japan (11 years), China, U.S. Compassionate east-meets-west medical approach. Wellness classes: Taichi, Chinese Yoga (Qigong), Meditation. Bolton at exit 2, Route 495 near Mass Pike, Route 2, www., 978875-5209.

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GROUP LEADERS, EXTENDED DAY PROGRAM Littleton, MA Public Schools. Positions are available for the 2017-18 school year for eneergetic and dependable individuals who have experience working with children. In this high quality and expanding program you will work with a team of professionals and engage with children in a variety of activities inside and outdoors. 1215 hours per week, school year only. To apply, send a resume and cover letter to E.O.E

SENIOR HELPERS OF WESTFORD seeks caregivers. Variety of shifts, especially weekdays and weekends! References and transportation required. Benefits and referral program. Call Beth @ 978-467-4301 HHAs, CNAs WANTED to provide care for seniors in their homes. Part-time hours available. Must have transportation. Apply at Visiting Angels 978-263-1212. THE COLONIAL INN IN CONCORD is always interested in meeting hospitality minded people to join our team. Our needs vary from time to time, but if you like to make people happy, we’d like to meet you. For current openings in our Dining, Kitchen, and Rooms departments as well as management, supervisory or administrative openings, please contact “Service is how you perform your job. Hospitality is how you make your guests feel.” We’re looking for people who are good at both. TOWN OF SUDBURY: Multiple openings: Full-time Light Equipment Operator. Starting salary $22.07/hr. plus excellent benefits. Possession of Class B Mass. Operator’s License preferred or must be able to obtain within 6 months. Submit completed application to: bolanda@sudbury. Open until filled. AA/ EOE. Full job description and application available at: https:// A&B LANDSCAPING is looking for help to finish out the season. Experienced preferred. Possible plowing position available. 800897-6072 BLOSSOM STATION is seeking the following: INFANT/TODDLER TEACHER OR FLOATER to join our team! Applicants must be flexible, caring, energetic, nurturing and a team player. A FULL TIME PRESCHOOL TEACHER. This candidate must be caring, flexible and have a knowledge of curriculum building. Must also be flexible, energetic and a team player. Please contact us at 978266-2779.

CAREGIVERS NEEDED FOR SENIOR HOMECARE Day, evening & weekend shifts available, including live-ins. All levels of experience needed. We pay travel time between client residences. Call Right at Home 781-7340488 ENERGETIC DOG WALKER wanted to join our happy team. Must love animals, be responsible, reliable, trustworthy and available M-F 10-3. We also need part-time substitutes to help on “as needed” basis. Please send detailed background information and why you would be a good fit to our team to: FRONT DESK/RECEPTIONIST P/T 25-35 hours. Office specializes in post-concussion rehabilitation and chiropractic care. Email resume: LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY specializing in hardscape applications is seeking additional team members. Applicants must have minimum 3-5 years experience in landscape construction industry and a valid driver’s license. Email resumes to or fax to 978-486-8300. PT SERVERS (must be 21), PT WEEKEND HOST/ESS & DISHWASHERS (must be 15+), KITCHEN UTILITY JOB, Experience a plus but willing to train right people. Send resume to, or fill out application at Nancy’s Air Field Cafe, 302 Boxboro Road, Stow, MA, or phone 978-8973934 SNOWPLOW CONTRACTORS NEEDED The Town of Sudbury DPW is hiring Snow Plow Contractors for the upcoming winter season. Rates begin at $75.00 per hour depending on truck G.V.W. Applications may be obtained by email at: albertinis@sudbury. or at Sudbury DPW, 275 Old Lancaster Road, Sudbury, MA 01776.


CAREGIVER Seeking experienced Caregiver for elderly woman with dementia. Start immediately, $15/hour, 3 hours per day, flexible schedule: Saturday, Monday, & Wednesday. Please send an email to: LSPD59@ .

AABEY HOME IMPROVEMENTS Repairs, windows, decks, basements. Free Estimates. Satisfaction guaranteed. Registered, insured. Visa/MasterCard accepted. 508-481-2585

DRIVERS WANTED Full and part-time. Early AM and PM shifts available. Call C&L Air Limo,Westford: 978-692-9303, option 3.

H.W. HARRINGTON BLD. AND DEV. Decks, Siding, Kitchen, Bath Remodels, Additions, Windows, Gutters and Closet Systems. Licensed & Insured. 978-502-4141

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NEW ENGLAND HOME REPAIRS Carpentry, Interior/Exterior Painting, Kitchen and Bath, Floors, Decking, Fencing. No job too small! Call for Specials! 978732-8009 WWW.JERRYMAZZOLA.COM Specializing in Home Remodeling, Home Improvements and Home Repairs. New/replacement windows, composite decks, wood decks, screened porches, 3-season porches, basement remodeling, additions, cedar siding. Mass. Lic. 080937, HIC #154868, BBB member, full Ins. 25 yrs. of Professional service, excellent references, Acton and surrounding towns, 978-549-2504 W W W. M R E G O C O N S T R U C TION.COM Additions, Garages, Dormers, Second Floor Additions, Decks, Roofing, Siding, windows, Finished Basements, Kitchen/Bath Remodels, handyman Services and Much More! Free estimates. 774-245-0822 MANNY-SONS, 21 YEARS EXPERIENCE Carpentry, Windows, Basements, Decks, Blueboard, Plastering, Wood floors, Tile, Painting, Wallpaper removal. Free estimates, insured. 978568-0767, 978-505-9626 PAUL’S CONSTRUCTION Quality Work, Reasonable Rates, New or Repair, Carpentry, Masonry, Flooring, Caulking, Concrete, Decks. Free estimates, licensed and insured. 978-956-4104. WWW.NJFHOMEREPAIRS. COM. Honest & reliable services, roofing, carpentry, siding, painting, drywall, gutters, decks, kitchen & bathroom remodeling. Rubbish removal services. NJF Home Repairs & Remodeling. 978-266-9545 STEVENS HOME SERVICES: Full service carpentry & contractor. Remodeling, Millwork, Repairs & Kitchens/Bathrooms. MA-HIC#177465 MA Lic#***225. Call Mike 781-275-1924, www. RESIDENTIAL RESTORATIONS Kitches, Bathrooms, Finish Basements, Additions, New Homes, Siding, Porches, Decks, Walkways, Flooring, Tile, Custom Built-ins, Bars, Wainscoting, Chair Rails, Crown Moldings, Windows, Great Rooms, Wallpaper, Painting. 203K Contractor. Energy Star Home Builder. John Gulliver 978-375-6059 gulli

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REMODELING OKERMAN CONSTRUCTION AND REMODELING Quality Craftsmanship for 30 years., and houzz. com / pro / jmokerman / okermanconstruction-and-remodeling. Owner on site for every job! CSL /HIC. Fully Insured. Kitchen and Bath Remodeling, Finished Basements, and more. Call 508-5621168 For a Free Consultation. G. SMITH DEVELOPMENT. Custom Homes, Additions, & Remodeling. Call Greg 978580-5754, www.gsmithdevelop

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QUICK REMOVAL SERVICE: You Call John it will be gone. Clean-out attics, basements, garages, sheds, etc. Demolition we supply the labor. Senior discount. Fully insured. Best prices. Member of BBB. Master and Visa card. Call anytime 978-897JUNK, cell 978-460-1192 www. MOVING? OR DOWNSIZING? We buy antiques, collectibles, to modern. Junk removal, moving & relocation. Call Peter 978-8352601,

Horses HORSES HORSEBACK RIDING LESSONS Ages 4 and up. Holiday gift certificates. Maple Grove Farm, Hudson, MA, Visit us on Facebook. 978-314-1987

Irrigation IRRIGATION IRRIGATION BLOWOUT SALE! Certified, Licensed, Insured. www. 978-562-6700



FALL TRIMMING, PRUNING, CLEANUPS, of Hedges, Bushes, Brush. Beds weeded, cut down for winter. Fall leaf cleanups Book Now. We are professional caretakers. Fully Insured. Free Estimates. Call James M. Nickerson Company, 978-263-2425, 978-618-5360.


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JHS LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION: Lawn installation, seeding, hydro seeding. Specializing in stone walls, retaining walls, brick walks, and patios. Drainage systems and grading. Fully insured, references. All calls returned. Accepts all major credit cards. 978-486-1022, mcj625@ COURTYARD CONCEPTS Specializing in Walkways, Patios, Retaining Walls, Stonewalls, Steps, Fire Pits and Drainage Systems. Fully Insured. Free Estimates. 978-256-5454, www. RONALDO’S LANDSCAPE SERVICES. Full yard maintenance, mowing programs & more. All calls returned in 24hrs. 978-897-3347 ronaldosg@msn. com www.RonaldosLandscaping. com W.M.C. FIELD & BRUSH MOWING Take the wild out of your property. Overgrown field and brush clearing, chipping, removal. Fall clean-ups, lawn mowing and complete landscape maintenance. Free estimates. 978-692-6669 TREE REMOVAL Pruning & Stump grinding. Lot clearing. Fully insured. Call High Quality Tree 978-263-7789, LAWN BARBER INC Lawn Mowing & Trimming. Pruning/ Trimming of Bushes. Bark mulch delivered & spread. Planting Design/Installation. Fertilization Programs. Slice-seeding and Aeration. Fully insured. Free estimates. 978-263-5222, www. WWW.LAWNDESIGNCARE. COM Summer and Fall Cleanups, Mulch, Lawn mowing. Free Estimates, Fully Insured 978-2936202 LAWN BARBER, INC: Landscape Design & Construction. Landscape designer on staff. Specializing in all phases of masonry: Fieldstone walls, Interior and Exterior Stone Veneer, Patios, outdoor “Kitchens/Cooking areas,” Steps, Walkways. Lawn installations/Hydro-seeding. Irrigation Systems: Installations & Service. landscape Lighting. Tree & Shrub installations. Asphalt paving and repairs; driveways & parking lots. Drainage systems. Excavation work, site work, trucking. Complete tree service-take downs/pruning. Free estimates-full insured. 978-2635222,

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BOYD LANDSCAPE & DESIGN. HYDROSEEDING PROFESSIONALS Specializing in lawn installations and complete landscape installs. Hydroseeding, slice seeding, aerating & custom seed blending. Planting large trees, shrubs, perennials & foundation plantings. Patios, fieldstone garden paths & stairways. Machine service includes grading, filling, box raking, drainage systems, gutter extensions, shed bases, excavation. Land clearing for new lawns. Trucking and removal. 8yrd, 10yrd, 15yrd dumpsters available. Celebrating 29 years. Fully insured. Boyd 978-567-9859 WILLOW TREE & LANDSCAPE INC Full Service Landscape Design, Construction and Maintenance. Call/Email Scott for a Consultation. 978-844-0146, willowtreeandlandscape@ya CHAPPELL TREE & LANDSCAPE Now booking fall cleanups. Lawn mowing, Mulching, Edging, and Plant Installation. Fertilizing of shrubs and mature trees. Ornamental pruning and tree removal services. Cabling and bracing systems. MA Certified Arborist on staff. Fully Insured. Free Estimates. Call Chris 617-519-0208 chappelltreean TREE REMOVAL, BRUSH CHIPPING & FALL CLEANUPS, pruning, storm damage, clear overgrown areas. Field Mowing. Sukis Landscaping 978562-9459 COLONIAL STONEWORKS & LANDSCAPE $50 per hour Fall Cleanups, Spring Cleanups, Lawn Mowing, and Snowplowing Services. Call Miguel for Free Estimates, 978-905-0301 FALL CLEANUPS Irrigation Winterization, lawn mowing, mulching, bed maintenance, pruning, new lawn installs, plantings landscape design, walls, walkways, patio and steps. 978886-3941 PEREIRA LANDSCAPING Now Booking Fall Cleanups, pile pick-ups, and snowplowing. Free Estimates. Fully Insured. 774245-7818 FALL CLEAN-UPS: Get signed up, free estimates. Aspen Landscaping. Call/Text: 978-5806647

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Landscape LANDSCAPING Construction CONSTRUCTION MANNING LANDSCAPE Stonewalls, Brick and Bluestone walks and patios, tree & shrub planting & mulching, Hydroseeding, wildflowers & erosion control, drainage & grading. Fully Insured. 978-263-6864 LITTLETON EARTHWORKS, Full Landscape Construction. 978-486-8200, www.little JHS LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION: Lawn installation, seeding, hydro seeding. Specializing in stone walls, retaining walls, brick walks, and patios. Drainage systems and grading. Fully insured, references. All calls returned. Accept all major credit cards 978-486-1022, mcj625@ WILLOW TREE & LANDSCAPE INC Full Service Landscape Design, Construction and Maintenance. Call/Email Scott for a Consultation. 978-844-0146, PATIOS, WALKWAYS, RETAINING WALLS Granite steps, lawn install, scrub outs, and drainage. Call John 978-3028677 SULLO’S LANDSCAPING specializing clean ups, design, Foundation plantings, transplanting, new lawns, fertilizing, water gardens. Insured. Over 25 years experience. 978-263-1455 www. PETER STONE LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION SPECIALIST Fieldstone walls, bluestone steps, walkways, patios, stone veneers, fireplaces, creative outdoor living spaces. Fully insured & free estimates. 508-335-9176 J.E.C. BOBCAT SERVICES. Brick driveways, walks, patios, blockwalls, drainage, grading, power raking, backhoe service, landclearing, brush and tree removal, hydroseeding, loam, gravel and stone, etc. Free estimates. Fully insured. All calls returned. 978-448-2543

LANDSCAPING Landscape Maintenance MAINTENANCE WILLOW TREE & LANDSCAPE INC Full Service Landscape Design, Construction and Maintenance. Call/Email Scott for a Consultation. 978-844-0146,

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PERRY BROS. Grounds Maintenance, mowing, mulching, pruning, tree/shrub plantings, Concord and surrounding towns. Fully Insured. 978-496-0402 perrybroslandscape@gmail. com

BRIAN SPIKER MASONRY All types of brick and stone work, patios, walls, steps, stone veneering, firepits, chimneys, and mini-excavator work. 36 years experience. Townsend. 603-2030130

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APEX MASONRY/LANDSCAPE DESIGN Brick, block and stone, all restoration work. Aqua-scapes, cobblestone aprons, culture stone, chimneys, outdoor kitchens, pergolas, inter-locking walls and driveway systems, pool decks, patio walks and stairs, water fronts, veneers, whole sale stone and nursery stock. 5-year guarantee, insured. 508-9485824

FALL CLEAN-UPS, TRIMMING, PRUNING, Residential & Commercial. Fully Insured. Premier Home Services 978539-6008 FALL CLEANUPS Irrigation winterization, lawn mowing, mulching, bed maintenance, pruning, lawn fertilizer programs, new lawn installs, landscape design, plantings, walls, walkways, patios, steps. 978-886-3941

LOAM/ Loam/Mulch MULCH BONETTI LOAM & COMPOST Farm Loam $22 per yd. Compost $25 per yd. Compost/loam mix (from composted manure) $25 per yd. FREE delivery 5 miles from Littleton Center, 5 yd. minimum. 978-265-8926

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LAWN BARBER INC: Masonry Division. Designer on staff. All phases of masonry: Creative fieldstone walls, Interior & Exterior Stone Veneer. Walkways, Patios, Stairs, Fireplaces, Repairs. Outdoor “Kitchen/Cooking areas.” Asphalt paving: driveways & parking lots, repairs. Concrete Flat Work. Concrete Walks & Patios. Fully Insured. Free estimates. 978-263-5222, www. APRIJO LANDSCAPING offers a full line of quality masonry services to fit every budget. Fully Insured. 508-309-4708, aprijo D.F. CACCAVARO CONSTRUCTION Five Generations of Custom Masonry. Interior/Exterior. Licensed and Insured. Free Estimates. Concord, MA 978-3379918

MIND, BODY Mind/Body/Spirit & SPIRIT HEART CENTERED PSYCHOTHERAPY Heal Body/Mind/ Spirit with Compassion, Wisdom, and Humor. Judith Weiler 978897-2084.



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SCOTT’S PAINTING INC, Interior/exterior painting for residential homes. Quality work at reasonable prices, Free Estimates, Call Scott 978-256-0927(H) or 978-821-2015(C) ESSENTIAL PAINTING SERVICE. Interior/Exterior and Power Washing. Get your Essential Painting needs done with Excellence. Get a Free Estimate. contact@essentialpaintingcompany. com or 978-440-0585 BRACKETTPAINTING.COM Fully insured, interior/exterior painting services. Powerwashing, wallpaper removal, water damage repair and deck refinishing. Small jobs welcome. Clean and professional. Call for a free estimate 978-505-8514 CAPITAL PAINTING-CARPENTRY Specializing in all phases of exterior and interior residential painting and staining. All types of carpentry performed. Exterior rot repairs. Repair or replacement of exterior siding and trim. All work guaranteed. Free estimates. Licensed and insured. 30+ years. Jerry 978-616-8249(h) 978493-2169(c) SELMA’S INTERIOR PAINTING Quality Detailed work. Kitchen Cabinets and Vanities. References and Photos available. Free Estimates. Hudson, MA 617-347-1458 OLDE TOWNE PAINTING & Power Washing. We bring life back to your decks, patios, and more. Fully Insured. Very Reasonable. All Major Credit Cards Accepted. 508-776-4502 ANTONIO PAINTING Interior/ Exterior, powerwashing, wallpaper, drywall, siding, carpentry, floor refinishing, tile, finished basements, repairs. Good Price, quality, references, Free estimates, insured. Visa/Mastercard accepted. Maynard 857-2585898, manuelantoniop82@ ACCENT PAINTING Interior/ Exterior. 5% Off Exterior Painting. 508-596-2220, LITTLETON PAINTING & WALLPAPER Paper removal, staining, cathedral work, garage cleaning, washing walls and cabinets, major plastering, color consultations, lead certified. Female owned and operated. Feel free to spoil yourself and call Terry at 978-407-5621

ULTIMATE PAINTING Clean professional work. Scheduling interiors, wallpaper removal, paster, carpentry repairs. One room to an entire interior. Fully insured. 978-263-5843 B & R PAINTING Interior and exterior. Carpentry repairs. One call does it all! Reasonable rates. Quality work. 978-852-4879

Paving PAVING ASPHALT DRIVEWAYS, Parking Lots, Roadways, Sidewalks, Asphalt Curbing. Decorative Stamped Asphalt, Seal-coating, Site work, Excavation, Drainage and Masonry. Free Estimates/ Fully Insured. Lawn Barber Inc Paving Division; 978-263-5222

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ARMSTRONG PEST CONTROL Wildlife Removal. 24 Hour Service. Free Home Inspection. Call 508-371-5374

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PLASTERING/ Plastering/Drywall DRYWALL AJR WALLBOARD, PLASTERING & PAINTING DIVISION: Done right, done fast! Big or small, we do them all. Water damage ceiling specialist. We will match any plastered ceiling. Additions, Basements, Bathrooms, Kitchens, Painting. Check out our website for more info at www. Andrew Raneri reach me directly at 978952-2600 RICE DRYWALL & PLASTER. Additions, basements, remodels, repairs. New ceilings, skimcoating. 978-649-7779. LITCHFIELD PLASTERING Blueboard/skimcoat to additions, basements and repairwork. Neat quality craftsmanship. Insured. John 978-263-7710 LAURITZEN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. Expert drywall installations. Residential, Commercial, Additions, Basements, Ceilings & Repairs. Fully Insured. Scott, 978-342-4110

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SOLOMON PLASTERING & DRYWALL Blueboard installation, skimcoat, textured drywall finish. Insured. HO, 978-7610623. GMZ DRYWALL & PLASTER Water Damage Repairs, Plaster /Drywall Installation, Skimcoating, Taping. 35 years of experience. Insured. Gary. 508-8696752, 508-769-3697 URIZANDI’S PLASTERING Blueboard installation, Skimcoat specialist, smooth ceilings, texture ceilings, new homes, additions, basements and paint. We do good work for a fair price. 978-815-0858 WALL AND CEILING DOCTOR Expert repairs/water damage. Ceilings matched, skimcoating. Demo, new ceilings, repainting. Wallpaper & popcorn removal. 978-649-7779

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HEATING PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICES Plumbing, gas-oil installations. All heating needs provided (gas-oil boilers & hot-air furnaces). Annual maintenance available. Small jobs welcomed. Call for quote. Licensed #24864, insured. 978-772-7413 STEVE’S PLUMBING: Everything from plumbing to drippy faucets to bathroom remodels to boiler installations. Deal direct with owner. License #22392. Serving Westford & Surrounding Areas. Cell: 978-766-8462 FRED BROOKS PLUMBING & HEATING New and old construction, residential or commercial. Licensed and insured, plumber & gas fitter. 978-793-3809 AIR SOLUTIONS Early Fall A/C and boiler tune-ups. Pre-season specials. High efficiency boilers and furnaces. Full service HVAC. Sales, service and installations. Call Joe 978-423-6383 LEO THE PLUMBER Master License 15710. 30+ years experience. Small job specialist. Guaranteed price. All credit cards accepted. Monthly special: $49.95 on A/C maintenance. Ask for Leo 978-606-8623

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ACTON Anxious owner wants an offer! Outstanding 3,600 sq.ft. home on 1.9 acres. Separate 3 room in-law suite. Four garages. Pond frontage. $799K. Dora Naves & Assoc. 508-624-4858 OPEN HOUSE 65 Brimsmead Road, Marlborough. Saturday, October 28, 12-3pm. $339,000 with pool. Janis Gold 508-3608091

Repairs REPAIRS LITTLETON POWER PRODUCTS Lawn & Garden Equipment Sales & Service. Pick-up & Delivery. 978-800-1312 (end of Farmstead Way) Littleton, MA.,, Mon-Fri 7-5, Closed Sat & Sunday. GREAT ROAD FARM & GARDEN, LLC We provide rental, sales & service for all your lawn and garden power equipment needs. Located on Route 119 in Littleton, MA. Pickup & delivery 7 days a week. M-F 8-6, Sat 8-5, Sun 10-4. Call 978-486-9200 or email greatroadfarmandgar to schedule an appointment today.

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MAGEE ROOFING Residential Roof Replacement and Leak Repairs. Installation of New Roofs, Rubber Roofs, Gutters and All Repairs. Licensed and Fully Insured. Lifetime Warranties on All Roofs. MAGEEROOF.COM, Concord, MA 978-369-3762

BOILER AND FURNACE REPLACEMENTS Gas/Oil call or email George at 800-485-7410 or

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NEVEJAN’S CONSTRUCTION: All types of roofing and repairs, specializing in rubber. 25 years experience. All work guaranteed. Licensed and insured. Mass. Lic. 072475 978-649-1111 SUPER RATES! $1000 OFF NEW ROOF IN A DAY! Manufacturer life-time warranty on shingles. We are a full recycling company. 30 years experience, locally owner operated fully licensed/insured. View our work at MWRROOFING.COM. Also, Vinyl Siding! 978-808-8821, MWROOD@GMAIL.COM PRECISION ROOFING New roofs, re-roof, snow removal. All types of roofing. Clean and reliable. All work guaranteed. Licensed & insured. References available upon request. Year round availability. 978-6351023 www.precisionroofing-llc. com APEX ROOFING & RESTORATION Best prices on all roofs and repairs. Licensed and Insured. Call John for Free Inspection and Estimate. 978-692-8900, www. EXPRESS ROOFING No money down. Established in 1985. 978256-2333 Westford RSJ CONTRACTING Roofing in the Middlesex County area for over 35 years. We are Licensed in both Residential and Commercial Roofing Applications. We are Fully Insured. Locally Established, Honest and Professional, MA. Blds. Lic. #98477 MA. HIC Lic. #132607. Make the Smart Choice and Hire RSJ for all your Roofing Needs. Call Robert Smalley Jr. @ 978-333-9000



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THE TILE GUY Restoration or new projects. 978-549-3218. 25 years residential and commercial experience. TILE/MARBLE, REPAIR/REGROUTING new installations, 30 years experience. Free estimates. Ken, cell# 781-589-1124 AFFORDABLE TILE & GROUT Small Job Specialist. Expert installation of ceramic tile, stone, glass, etc. Backsplashes, tub surrounds and floors. Shower regrouts, waterproofing, repairs. Floor tile and grout restoration. 100’s of local references. 32 Years Experience. A rating on Angie’s List. www.afford 508-310-3812


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CULLINANE TREE Pruning, Removals, Stump Grinding. Fully Insured. 978-369-6687, Concord. Since 1971. PROMPT PROFESSIONAL RESPONSE Owner is a Certified Mass Arborist. Tree & Shrub removal or pruning. Work is done by a Climber, Bucket Truck or Crane. Storm damage clean-up. Fully insured and Free Estimates. We guarantee an experienced Team to perform quality work. GreenleafsTreeService. com in Tyngsboro, 978-6497084 HAILEY TREE 30+ years, removals, stump grinding, pruning, 75ft. bucket truck, crane work. UMass-Stockbridge graduate. Fully insured. www.haileytree. net 978-618-0034 TOP CHOP TREE SERVICE. Recession Rates. Affordable tree and stumps. Shop Us Last. Fully insured. 978-417-1456

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CONCORD TRADITIONAL FALL FAIR, November 4, 9-3pm. Housewares, treasures, jewelry, books, toys, sports, holiday, white elephant, bake table, apple pies, cider donuts, lunch and much more. Trinity Episcopal Church, 81 Elm Street

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AFGHANS $8-$10/ea. Small table $8, Dog bed $8, Silverware $10. 774-317-0695 ANDERSON WINDOW 26”x37”, $25. 978-807-4398 ANTIQUE BOTTLE COLLECTION $15. 5 antique lanters, $10-$25/ea. 978-369-5220 ANTIQUE TOASTER flip up sides, great shape, $20. Kodak Brownie Hawkey boxed, $15. Chelmsford 978-250-0676 ARTIFICIAL CHRISTMAS TREE 7’ Pine, 300 lights, includes metal pedal and stand, $60. 978-577-1730 AVIATION COLLECTORS Spirit of St. Louis radio telephone. Comes with original instructions. $75/bo. 978-677-7748

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GOLF CLUBS Taylor Made irons and driver, 9W, 7W, 5WD, golf bag, 2 gloves, 4 dozen balls, $100. 978-760-2362

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HIGH CHAIR Light wood, $20. Maple rocker, $30. 7” digital photo frame, $15. Hudson 978875-5292 JEWELRY BOX Maple, 11”Hx15”W. 8 drawers, good condition. Thomas Pacconi 30 year classic. $25 978-433-2287 KEYBOARD MOUSE New in box. Never used. Wireless, $15. Turntable, good condition, $30. 508-460-9829 LEATHER JACKET Men’s or Women’s, brown, size small, $45/ bo. 508-898-3191 LOBSTER TRAP COFFEE TABLE Glass top. Original from Maine, $75 firm. 978-772-4566

CIRCULAR SAW 7.25”, skilsaw, $20, Legos $4, yogurt maker $2, Monopoly game, $1. Chelmsford 978-256-7826

LUGGAGE Matched set of dark luggage. Excellent condition. $100 978-254-5463

CIRCULAR SAW Hitachi, 7 1/4”, $50. Many carpenter tools, hardly used. 978-454-1560

MACHINE SHOP TOOLS and equipment $100/bo. Ship model fittings and items, $5/bo. 508485-0681

CLOSET DOORS Six panel, colonial pine. (2) New, $60. 978-8074398 COLLEGE FRIDGE Like new, 18x18, white, $30. 978-8973815 COOKWARE Royal Albert’s old country roses pot 8-9 quart. Metal & porcelain. $80 508-4856835 DOLL HOUSE FURNITURE and accessories. Many pieces. $3 & up. 978-970-1883 DOOR Exterior, metal, with frame, RH, 32x80, insulated, $50. 978-251-2851 DREAMSICLES NOAH’S ARK FIGURINE “Happy Landings”, mint condition, #4,663 of 5,000. $50, Groton sweeney304@ DRESSER with mirror. Nine drawers. You pick up. $75 508460-9797 ELECTRIC LEAF BLOWER/ VAC New! Black & Decker, 8’ hose, caps and fills trash barrels, $50. 978-369-9317 FILE CABINET 4-drawer, green, good condition $20., 508-3934889 FILE CABINET Lateral, 29”Wx 26”Hx20”D with hanging folders. Can deliver near Marlboro. $30 508-624-9173

MAHOGANY ROLLTOP DESK 41.5Hx48Wx21.5D, roomy opening for laptop. Solid Wood. $89/ bo 508-485-4937 MIRROR Beautiful, birch, hall mirror from Ethan Allen. Perfect condition. $30 508-393-4889 MOUNTAIN BIKES Two, boy’s Schwinn Ranger, 21 Speed, 24” wheel. Good condition. $50/ea. 508-393-0577 PEDAL CAR Great xmas gift for little one! BMW Roadster, like new, $249. 978-250-3270 RASPBERRY BUSHES 6-7’ tall with Oct. berries (organic). You dig. 5/$25. Stow. Call 8-11am. 978-897-7417 ROCKING HORSE Vintage, good condition, strong springs, $50/bo 978-430-7440 ROUTER & DOVETAIL TEMPLATE $65, Skill Saw $35. 978692-4587 RUG Custom made, beautiful beige/brown floral. 7’ round. Plus 2 area rugs, $200. 508-3934889 SEAM HOT IRON New, $10. 978-807-4398 SHAKER ROCKER Mint condition. Stamped Mottville Chairworks, NY. Woven seat, ball finials. $115 781-492-7132

SOLID OAK SLEIGH 41”Lx2’Hx2’W, nice for Christmas packages, $100. 978-8971650 TABLE Hard Rock occasional. Maple step table. Good condition, $20. 508-393-4889 TODDLER BED Thomas the Train, mattress and bedding included. Perfect shape. $100 508393-8189 TOM BRADY WATER COLOR COLLAGE An original, 16”x20”, framed in glass $200. 508-4855015 TRAIN SETS Two Lionel, One American Flyer. About 50 years old. $249/bo. 978-692-4587 TV CABINET glass doors, 2 years old, perfect, dark walnut, 50”x22”H, Paid $200 asking $50. 978-448-5605 UNFRAMED MIRROR Full length, beveled edge, 16”x60”. $45. 978-772-3727 UPRIGHT PIANO Old but in good playing condition. $200 978-256-0220 VERMONT CASTING WOOD BURNING STOVE Two doors in front. 16”x32”, $175/BO. 978256-5580 WINDOW SEAT CUSHION Beautiful, excellent condition, 4”x24”x9ft., pale yellow floral design $60. 978-443-3876


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‘12 GMC CANYON CREW CAB 4X4 auto ac power pk only 49,000 miles............... $18,695 ‘08 HONDA CRV EX 4X4


loaded leather sunroof only 76,000 miles ........ $


1 owner great on gas easy to drive,............only $4,795



Efficient, One owner. 14 Service Records Available. Up to 40 mpg! Navigation, Bluetooth, backup camera, front power heater leather seats, sunroof, home integration, alloy wheels, media apps, fuel economy gauges, fog lights, tiptronics, USB and auxiliary input and much more! ........................................................................ $15,891

leather, power pk , 1 owner only 29,000 miles ........................................................................ $20,995

‘06 BMW 550


auto ac power windows only 67,000 miles ......... $5,495

auto ac power pk power moon roof 1 owner ................................................................... only $9,995

‘13 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LAREDO 4X4 loaded nav moonroof leather only 48,000 miles .......................................................................$19,



ac auto power pk only 62,000 miles ................... $7,495


great on gas only 57,000 miles auto ac .............. $7,792

I loaded only 80,000 miles ................................ $8,695

only 63,000 miles .................................... only $10,995




Only 35,000 miles! Reliable, One owner. 6 Service Records Available, and Clean Car fax. 60k service. Front brake pads and rotors. 4 new tires. Up to 34mpg! Makes a great commuter! Remote starter, media and cruise control mounted on the steering wheel, USB and auxiliary inputs, and plenty of head room!

Only 33,000 miles! Sporty, One owner, 2 Service Records Available, and Clean Car fax. 30k service. Remote starter, Bluetooth, tow package, seats 7 passengers with power folding third row, keyless entry, front power heated and cooled leather seats, heated steering wheel, cruise control, power trunk, dual sunroofs, home integration, power folding mirrors, backup camera with park assist, blind side monitoring, fuel economy gauges, fog lights, rubber floor mats, USB and auxiliary inputs,


STK # P18998 Only 48,000 miles! Well maintained, One owner. 6 Service Records Available, and Clean Car fax. 45k service. Front brake pads and rotors. AWD, seats 7 passengers, floor cargo bins, Bluetooth, rear climate control, cruise control, fuel economy gauges, vehicle information, trailer hitch, and much more!







135 Great Road (Route 2A) • Acton, MA • 5 miles east of Acton Toyota of Littleton • 888-653-3498

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OPEN HOUSE: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2017 from 11am to 1pm Check out the New 3D Property Tour!

New Price: $686,900

BRAND NEW CONSTRUCTION! - ENERGY STAR HOME! in a Well Established Neighborhood of Similar Homes. This 2244 Sq. Ft. House has Gleaming Hardwood Floors Throughout. The Kitchen has an Open Floor Plan to the Family Room and Sliders to the Patio that leads to a Level Fenced Back Yard for privacy and newly constructed stone Firepit. There is a Formal living Room and Dining Room with chandelier. The Master Bedroom has a Large Walk-in Closet and Private Bath with a Dual Vanity and a Tiled Shower. The Main Bath has a Tiled Tub. Second floor laundry for convenience. There is a Pull Down Staircase for Attic Storage which also houses the Energy Efficient Furnace. The Basement is unfinished but offers Ample Space for Expansion for a Game Room. Add to this a 2 Car Garage and Central A/C. Close to Freeman Lake, Varney Park and Playground, Vinal Square Shopping and Restaurants and EASY ACCESS to Routes 40, 3, & 495. Minutes from Restaurants and Tax Free NH Shopping.



Ready RE, LLC - 8 Chelmsford St. Chelmsford, Ma 01824 978-256-3335

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