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TAMARAC MIDDLE SCHOOL SECOND QUARTER HONOR ROLL HOOSIC VALLEY CS PERFORMING THEIR FIRST ANNUAL POPS CONCERT On Tuesday, March 22nd, the Hoosic Valley Central School’s 5th grade, 6th grade, Senior Chamber Ensemble, Junior and Senior bands, 217 musicians in all are pulling out all the stops with one humongous concert. It’s their ‘First Annual Pops Concert’ and every single person who enjoys music is invited. Whether you have a musician in one of the bands or you are just looking for a great evening of budding musical talent to enjoy, have we got a concert for you. Come listen to ‘Music from Carmen’, a rousing cornucopia of songs entitled ‘Shrek Dance Party’, step back to the 60’s with ‘Surfin’ USA’ and many more! Directors Gina Grosso and Rich Johnson are hoping for a full house, so mark your calendar and help make it happen. Tuesday, March 22nd, 7pm in the HS gymnasium. If you do not have a musician in the concert, please contact Rich Johnson at rjohnson@hoosicvalley.k12.ny.us for free tickets. Don’t wait, once seating capacity is reached, the concert is ‘given out’, so get your tickets now and we’ll see you on the 22nd! For more information, visit the district’s website at www. hoosicvalley.k12.ny.us

THE REVISED ROMAN MISSAL A 4-part series to help us understand the changes in the Roman Missal will be held on Tuesdays, March 15th, 22nd, 29th and April 5th at Sacred Heart Church, 310 Spring Avenue in Troy. All are welcome to join us at 7PM in the church as we spend some time this Lent reflecting on the meaning of the Eucharist and the changes in our liturgy. Edward Martin, a Romeeducated, Doctor of Theology, will be the presenter. For more information, please contact Marie Venaglia at 274-1363.

Tamarac Middle School recently announced the Honor Roll and High Honor Roll for the second quarter. Students must have between an 89.5 and 94.4 average to qualify for Honor Roll and at least a 94.5 average to qualify for High Honor Roll. Congratulations to all our students! High Honor Roll: 6th Grade: Gaetana Baldwin, Grace Batto, Laura Bornt, Corbett Churan, Nicholas Dilorenzo, Maeve Doin, Matthew Fox, Alyssa Franz, Jillian Galvin, Camille Gardner, Sarah Gibbs, Samuel Griffen, Nathan Holt, Lauren Kazunas, August Keefer, Trevor Kozak, Hannah Kreiger, Emily LaPlante, Jason Mariano, Padraic McGrath, Christian Montero, Meredith Morgan, Olivia Morgan, Ethan Myers, Aaron Roddy, Caitlyn Roden, Gursimran Sahota, Alida Scecchitano, Natalie Scecchitano, Brad Schneider, Robert Simmons, Bryan Stockwell, Gabrielle Tarbox and Grace Warrington. 7th Grade: Sawyer Balint, Carly Connor, Molly Dickinson, Shannon Doin, Rachel Doody, Matthew Harris, Sarah Harris, Carlee Lockrow, Anna Mehner, Kyle Mikhitarian, Ingrid Morton, Jaden Moulton, Daniel Nealon, Dana Proctor, Kathleen Renna, Jacqueline Rodda, Madeline St. John, Lydia Waters and Tabitha Waters. 8th Grade: Cameron Bartow, Thomas Becker, Hannah Bornt, Shanaya Bulmer, Samantha Casale, Kristin Connolly, Robert Delamater, Matthew Doyle, Courtney Dreher, Eion Falance, Keltin Frederick, Emma Galvin, Lissabeth Gardner, Hannah Gilchrist, Brittney Glogowski, William Heatley, Kerry Judge, Isaac Kautz, Brent Legenbauer, Joshua McGilligan, Abbey McGrath, Madeline Montero, Taylor Muckle, Michaela O’Keefe, LeeAnn Owens, Maya Sheffer, and Jacob Spencer. Honor Roll: 6th Grade: Zachary Baldwin, Joseph Ballato, Brendan Bartow, Jacob Bates, Christopher Campanella, Andrew Connor, Quentin Crudo, Andrew Danaher, Hannah Dehnert, Shalie Frierson, Nicholas Gavrielides, Grace Gershaw, Zoe Gliosco, Madison Gragnano, Lauren Holt, Kara Knapp, Laura MacDonald, Renee Martinoli, Sierra Meskoskey, Ryan Remington, Blake Reynolds, Mia Rockwell, Victoria

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TAMARAC HIGH SCHOOL SECOND QUARTER HONOR ROLL Tamarac High School recently announced the Honor Roll for the second quarter. Students must earn at least a 90 average to qualify. Congratulations to all our students. 9th Grade: Kiersten Bonesteel, Breana Cacciotti, Maria Clemente, Anne DeGeorge, Devin Delevan, Rebecca Derubertis, Elizabeth Dickinson, Ariana Dilorenzo, Brianna Feldmaier, Tori Fitch, Samantha Fontaine, Taulie Frierson, Benjamin Gardenier, Jillian Gavin, Anthony Giamei, Megan Grimmick, Jacob Houser, Jenna Keefer, Halle King, Diana Lang, Christopher Lawrence, Zachary Lewis, Amber Masterson, Briana Matazinsky, Brady McMurtry, Alexandra Milazzo, Katelyn Milos, Alexandria Mitchell, Jessica Molesky, Matthew Murray, Dakota Naylor, Daphne Paz, Ashlea Raemer, Devon Rooney, Taylor Schneider, Carissa Seror, Linda Sheeley, Kathryn Shufon, Danielle Stackrow, Lee Vartigian, Edward Venditti and Collin Wilson. 10th Grade: Paige Bala, Sarah Becker, Alyssa Bonesteel, Samuel Burden, Olivia Ciampolillo, Alyssa D’Aloia, Kylie Farrell, Megan Fitzpatrick, Sean Griffin, Daniel Hart, Dylan Jones, Heather Kneeland, Krystyn Knockwood, Taylor Lockrow, Daniel Malsch, James Mariano, Rosemary Matala, Peter Matla, Nicole Matthews, Evania Osepa, Arianna Schneider, Jacob Shipley, Cierra Sweet, Brittany Teal, Kayla VanAlstyne, Molly Warrington and Breanna Wiesnet. 11th Grade: Amber Bornt, Patrick Brearton, Charles Ciaccia, Mary Colaneri, David Connor, Andrew Doody, Audrey Downey, Victor Esposito, Tegan Fox, Preston Gardner, Clara Gerst, Robert Gilchrist, Amberlea Gokey, Meagan King, Scott Lonergan, Elisabeth Morris, Kayla Mulqueen, Sean Ryan, Sarah Shufelt, Kelly Smith and Brandi Warner. 12th Grade: Hollyn Blair, Lindsay Bonesteel, Ryan Bromm, Ashley DelGiacco, Alexander D’Urso, Nicholas Feldmaier, Diana Fuller, Shelby Giamei, Dylan Green, Brendan Griffin, Shawn Griffin, Leandra Kneeland, Andrew Lang, Danielle Large, Sarah Malsch, Shauna Michel, Adam Mikhitarian, Kelly Nealon, Eliza O’Donnell, Kevin O’Keefe, Stephanie Preble, Kiersten Raymond, Kayla Rifenburgh, Megan Rooney, Julia Sloboda, Samuel Swanson, Ashley Sweet and Nancy Vickerson. Career Technology: Christopher Costello, Destini Folmsbee, Cynthia Garcia, Clara Gerst, Taylor Lewis, Nick Lipkowitz, Steven Nerney, Frank Pryor and Kayla Raymond.

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TAMARAC HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1961 SEARCHING FOR CLASSMATES Tamarac High School class of 1961 will be holding their 50th anniversary reunion on June 11, 2011. The following classmates are being sought. Contact Chester Winsor, 6032 Pine Valley Drive, Orlando, FL 32819; 407-909-8955; fwinsor@cfl.rr.com. Thea Comins, Ronald Eger, Paul Fichter, Judith Kissinger, Emily Lee, Jean McIssac, Geraldine Nichols, Shirley Palitsch, Sharon Quackenbush, Mary Schellenger.

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HEALING NIGHT Sacred Heart Church, 310 Spring Ave., Troy will hold Healing Night on Monday, March 28th, at 7PM. Brother Peter Furlong FSC will be the leader. Brother Peter, a DeLaSalle Christian Brother, is an experienced leader in the healing ministry. The service consists of teaching, testimonies, healing prayer and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. For more information, call 273-1708. Come and see what good things the Lord has for you!!

HOPE 7’S SMALL WONDERS PLAY SCHOOL GROUP Hope 7's Small Wonders Play School Group is a cooperative preschool program, located at Hope 7 Community Center, 596 Pawling Ave. in Troy. Our mission is to create a fun, respectful, nurturing learning environment full of social and educational opportunities. We foster a supportive and encouraging environment where both children and parents/caregivers can grow and learn together. We welcome parents/caregivers and their children ages 18 months - 4 years old. Younger siblings are welcome too! We will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30-11:30 starting April 5th. Please contact Hia Bertos at Hope 7 Community Center for more information and to register. Program is free.

YANKEE CANDLE SALE Cornerstone Community Church, 570 Third Ave., N. Troy is sponsoring a Yankee Candle Sale through April 1st. Please contact the church office any morning Tues. -Fri., 235-3851 for a catalog. Orders will be delivered by Mother’s Day.

HOOSIC VALLEY CENTRAL SCHOOL 2011 SPRING MUSICAL IS ‘BIG’ This year’s spring musical is going to be big, really big…literally, its ‘Big’ the musical version of the Tom Hanks film that hit the big screen back in 1988! The story is about a 12-year old boy who makes a wish on an old carnival machine that promises ‘your wish will be granted’. His wish was to grow up and that he did…overnight. When little Josh Baskin, awakes the next morning after putting his coins in the ‘Zoltar Speaks’ machine he’s a ‘big’ person. For a while being big is an adventure, but eventually Josh wants to be a little again, so together with his friend they must search for another ‘Zoltar Speaks’ machine to request another wish. Will it work? Come find out for yourself! The curtain goes up on Friday, April 8th, at 7:30pm; Saturday, April 9th, at 7:30pm; and Sunday, April 10th, for a matinee at 3:00pm. Tickets will go on sale at the box office in the auditorium lobby to the public from 9:00am till noon, every Saturday until show time. Tickets will also be sold Thursday evenings during rehearsal starting March 17th from 6:30 to 8:00pm. Tickets are $5.00. Get your tickets early, because they always go fast and this year’s musical is guaranteed to be ‘Big’!!! For more information, visit the district’s website at www. hoosicvalley.k12.ny.us

NEW YORK ARMY NATIONAL GUARD PROMOTIONS SOLDIERS RECEIVE NEW RANK, NEW RESPONSIBILITIES Major General Patrick A. Murphy, The Adjutant General for the State of New York, announces the promotion of members of the New York Army National Guard in recognition of their capabilities for additional responsibility and leadership. Thomas Akin from Wynantskill, and serving with the Joint Force Headquarters is promoted to the rank of Master Sergeant. Joseph Landy from Troy, and serving with the Company C, 2-108th Infantry is promoted to the rank of Private. Mark Tremblay from Troy, and serving with the Company A, 42d Special Troops Battalion is promoted to the rank of Sergeant Majoror. Patrick Decker from Troy, and serving with the 727th Military Police Detachment, Law And Order is promoted to the rank of Specialist. Matthew Whalen from Troy, and serving with the Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 42nd Combat Aviation Brigade is promoted to the rank of Specialist. Matthew Sagendorf from Hoosick Falls, and serving with the Company C, 2-108th Infantry is promoted to the rank of Staff Sergeant. Anthony Buchanan from Melrose, and serving with the Company C, 2-108th Infantry is promoted to the rank of Staff Sergeant. Joshua Stickle from Renssalaer, and serving with the Headquarters, 42nd Infantry Division is promoted to the rank of Staff Sergeant. Army National Guard promotions are based on overall performance, attitude, leadership ability, and development potential. These promotions additionally recognize the best qualified Soldiers and attract and retain the highest caliber Citizen Soldiers for a career in the New York Army National Guard. For more information about the New York Army National Guard, visit www.dmna.ny.state.us or www1800goguard.com.

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HIGHLIGHT ACTING TROUPE PRESENTS “GIVE MY REGARDS TO BROADWAY” The Highlight Acting Troupe will be presenting “Give My Regards to Broadway” on April 8, 9, 15, 16, at 8 p.m. and April 10, 17 at 2 p.m. The performance will take place at the Brunswick Grange, Corner Rt. 7 and Rt. 142. The show was written by Shubert Fendrich, with music and lyrics by George M. Cohan. The show is directed by Ron LeVan, asst. director is Paula Hoffay, music director is Marietta Mitchell and Tara Garmley is the choreographer. Ticket prices are $15 Adults and $13 for seniors and students. The Cohan songs are among his most memorable: “Give My Regards To Broadway,” “You’re A Grand Old Flag”, “Mary’s A Grand Old Name” and many more. Here’s a show in the true tradition of “42nd Street” and the great Broadway musicals; an audience pleaser for sure. For reservations or information, call Tina at 272-7558.

The College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY, announced that the following local residents are among 858 students named to the Dean’s List for the fall 2010 semester: Margaret Allen, a resident of Rensselaer, April Andersen, a resident of Wynantskill, Thomas Bennett, a resident of Troy, Eric Binder, a resident of Castleton on Hudson, Sarah Blackburn, a resident of East Greenbush, Lindsay Bonesteel, a resident of Troy, David Bowen, a resident of Rensselaer, Melanie Bowman, a resident of Averill Park, Justine Brathwaite, a resident of East Greenbush, James Brown, a resident of Troy, MacKenzie Burke, a resident of Rensselaer, Ashley Carkner, a resident of Castleton on Hudson, Carlee Chapko, a resident of Valley Falls, Daniel Cobbins, a resident of Troy, Zachary Crain, a resident of Rensselaer, Amanda Czech, a resident of East Greenbush, Lauren Davis, a resident of Troy, Annie Delano, a resident of Schaghticoke, Nicole Diegel, a resident of Averill Park, Heather Dingman, a resident of Averill Park, Aerica Fredricks, a resident of Troy, Jerome Frost, a resident of Troy, Kevin Gannon, a resident of Johnsonville, John Gezzo, a resident of Troy, Phillip Giarrusso, a resident of Stephentown, Ashley Gibson, a resident of Rensselaer, Caitlyn Goodwin, a resident of Rensselaer, Melissa Gordon, a resident of Troy, Stefanie Green, a resident of Troy, Kara Horton, a resident of Averill Park, Malana Jojo, a resident of Melrose, Peter Julien-Sehl, a resident of Schodack Landing, Sara Kennedy, a resident of Wynantskill, Noelle Lak, a resident of Nassau, Zhaleh LaLiberte-Lavasani, a resident of Troy, Meagan Lasky, a resident of Johnsonville, Tarah Lenyk, a resident of Troy, Ariel Levine, a resident of East Nassau, Hanti Liu, a resident of Wynantskill, Christopher MacLasco, a resident of Troy, Carina Mahar, a resident of East Greenbush, Amanda Martucci, a resident of Wynantskill, Emily Massa, a resident of East Greenbush, Alison McGrath, a resident of Troy, Shelbi Messick, a resident of Melrose, Elizabeth Mullin, a resident of Rensselaer, Jessica Olson, a resident of Stephentown, Jeffrey Palmer, a resident of Nassau, Jessica Pipino, a resident of Schaghticoke, Crystal Plowinske, a resident of Nassau, Kristin Qua, a resident of Valley Falls, William Redick, a resident of Buskirk, Amanda Reehl, a resident of Nassau, Katherine Richburg, a resident of East Greenbush, Samantha Rosen, a resident of Troy, CeAnn Sarver, a resident of Rensselaer, Tanya Snyder, a resident of Hoosick Falls, Joshua Staples, a resident of Berlin, Kelly Todd, a resident of East Greenbush, Samantha Townsend, a resident of Johnsonville, Aprille Tweedie, a resident of Stephentown, Danielle Varcasio, a resident of Troy, Meghan Vece, a resident of Troy, Devon Wade, a resident of Troy, Tiffany White, a resident of Rensselaer, Alexandra Wickham, a resident of Troy, Elisa Wright, a resident of East Schodack, Amanda Zareski, a resident of Troy. Full-time students who complete a minimum of 12 credit hours and achieve a semester grade-point average of at least 3.5 with no grades of D, F, Incomplete or Pass/Fail are eligible for inclusion on the Dean’s List.

AUCTION SUPPORTS 4-H YOUTH DEVELOPMENT The Rensselaer County 4-H Teen Council will host their annual Auction Friday, April 8, 2011, at Tamarac Elementary School, Route 2 in Brunswick. Doors open at 6:30pm, bidding starts at 7:00pm. Auction items will include new and used items, merchandise and gift certificates donated by Rensselaer County businesses, and theme baskets designed and donated by 4-H Clubs throughout the county. Dinner and refreshments will be available. The 4-H Auction is one of two county-wide fundraisers that Teen Council organizes annually. All proceeds from the Auction go toward award scholarships, fair judges, awards, educational activities, trips, and support volunteer recognition efforts. We are currently still looking for donations! To get more information, call the 4-H Office at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rensselaer County at (518)272-4210. Items can be delivered to the Rensselaer County CCE Office, 61 State Street, Troy, NY 12180.

VOLUNTEERS ARE HEALTHIER! Research proves that people who volunteer are healthier than those who don’t. So.....come and volunteer for Literacy Volunteers! Our spring tutor training will be held at the East Greenbush Community Library, 10 Community Way, East Greenbush on Wed. evenings from 5:30 to 8:30 pm as follows: March 23 - Basic Literacy Learning - Module 1; March 30 - Basic Literacy Learning - Module 2; April 6 - English Language Learning - Module 1; April 13 - English Language Learning - Module 2; April 20 - Successful Tutoring- required for all. Call 274-8526 to register; More info: www.lvorc.org.

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SETON HEALTH AUX. ANNUAL MEETING The Annual Meeting of Seton Health Auxiliary (rescheduled from January) will be held on Friday, April 1, 2011, at McGreivey’s Restaurant in Waterford. A Buffet Luncheon will be served at 12Noon prior to the meeting. Cost is $17 per person. Send reservations and checks (payable to Seton Health Auxiliary, Inc.) to: Maureen Noonan, 380 Eighth Street, Troy, NY 12180. If you have questions or need more information, you may contact her at 272-2880.

The Book Nook at Transfiguration Parish (formerly St. Bonaventure Church) is open on Saturday morning, March 19th, from 9AM - 12noon. March buy one/get one free specials are on authors Sandra Brown and Jude Deveraux, all self-help books, as well as those authors whose last name begins with the letter “M”. Children’s books this month are 6/$1. Please don’t forget our new historical novel, autobiography and biography sections. See you at The Book Nook.

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Rensselaer County Sheriff Jack Mahar, Undersheriff Pat Russo, County Executive Kathy Jimino, deputies and staff at the Rensselaer County Sheriff’s Office help celebrate retired Deputy Sheriff Harold Rowe’s 101st birthday. Officer Rowe is the former director of the Sheriff’s Office Identification Division. Rensselaer County Sheriff Jack Mahar welcomed 101-year-old retired Deputy Sheriff, Harold Rowe to the office where the former director of the Sheriff’s Identification Division worked more than forty years ago. “It was wonderful to have had the opportunity to be a part of this momentous birthday celebration for retired Deputy Sheriff Harold Rowe,” said Sheriff Mahar. “Harold is an exceptional individual with a wealth of knowledge that we as current law enforcement officers value immensely. I’m very pleased to have had the opportunity to spend time with him, reflect on the past together, and learn from his experiences.” A lifelong resident of Wynantskill, Mr. Rowe founded the North Greenbush Ambulance Association in 1941, using his own dry cleaning truck from his dry cleaning business. He was a member of the Wynantskill Volunteer Fire Department, and the assistant commissioner of the local Boy Scouts for 50 years. Mr. Rowe was the first person to photograph crime scenes, accidents and autopsies for the Sheriff’s Office in Rensselaer County. He retired from the Sheriff’s Office in 1982, at the age of 72. For the past several years, Sheriff Mahar and Undersheriff Pat Russo have been spending Mr. Rowe’s birthday with him. He spent his 100th birthday last year visiting the Sheriff’s Office.

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TRANSPORTATION REQUESTS FOR LANSINGBURGH CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT The Lansingburgh Central School District requests for transportation are due no later than April 1. All requests for transportation to private, parochial or charter schools must be submitted to the Board of Education by those residents of the district who live more than 1.5 miles, and not more than 15 miles, from the school their children will be attending during the 20112012 school year. Application forms are available at the school children will be attending and at district offices. Additional information may be obtained from the business office located at 576 Fifth Ave., Troy, or by calling 233-6850.

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Keepers of the Circle - Native American Education and Cultural Center 501c3 presents Primitive Technology: Adaptive Art Making on Saturday, March 19, 2011, from 1PM-5PM. Keepers of the Circle member, Eric Marczak, luthier and flute maker and oh so much more, pulls the fibers of the past into the science of today. You will be making your own hammer stone with Eric who will provide all the materials, instruction, primitive skills resources, local archaeological knowledge and flint knapping demo! Preregistration is required. NO ONE is turned away from our workshops; however, you need to communicate with us to make arrangements prior to the workshop. Workshop fee requested is $35.

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Mark your calendar! The Friends of Oakwood’s Cemetery will hold their 10th Annual Daffodil Brunch on Sunday, April 17th. There will be 2 seatings in the historic Earl Chapel at 10AM and 12Noon. Cost is $15 per person. Reservations are a must and are limited to 100 people per seating. Call 1-800-556-6273 to reserve your choice of seating time. Be sure to specify how many people along with your name & phone/email. It’s not too soon. Call today. Spring really is coming! Oakwood Cemetery is an active, working, tax-exempt notfor-profit, non-sectarian cemetery located on Oakwood Avenue (Route 40) in Troy. For more information, see our website at www.oakwoodcemetery.org.

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BOOK AND MOVIE GROUP OF THE BRUNSWICK LIBRARY The Book and Movie Group of the Brunswick Community Library meets on the third and fourth Fridays of each month at the Library at 12:30PM. The group first reads a book, then sees the movie and compares the two. In the month of March, we will meet on the 18th to discuss the book, “The Road to Wellville.” We will see the movie on March 25th. Copies of the book are available at the Library. Future selections include, “The Prince of Tides”, “The Birds” and “The Last of the Mohicans”. We serve a light snack at our meetings and new members are always welcome. For more information, you may call the Library at 279-4023.

APHS HONOR ROLL STUDENTS FOR 2nd QUARTER 2010-2011 High Honors – 90 and above: Grade 9: John Ainsley, Matthew Ainsley, Alessandra Archino, Christopher Arnold, Jarred Austin, Jacob Bates, Rebecca Beaudette, Samuel Beaulac, Joshua Boatwright, Emily Bond, Nina Bruzdzinski, Elizabeth Bubie, Eric Bush, Madeline Carpenter, Halla Carpinello, Bryan Carr, Evan Carrier, Samantha Clark, Wesley Clayton, Darby Clobridge, Katelyn Coffey, Shay Collins, Hailee Criscione, Jeremy Dagner, Brittany Dearstyne, Katherine DeWolf, Emma Dickinson, Kelly Donnelly, Katelyn Easterling, David Engwer, Kyle Ernest, Logan Fahrenkopf, Anthony Ferritto, Kristina Film, Haley Film, Jeremy Flint, Noah Glanville, Benjamin Glasser, Samantha Golden, Asdis Griggs, Allison Hacker, Emily Halpin, Amanda Harrington, Stephen Hayes, Gregory Hayner, Emily Heier, Allyson Holland, Abbey Hollister, Kayla Holmes, Nicholas Horton, Christopher Hough Deane, Macauley Hoyt, Madison Huntley, Laura Hynes, Elizabeth Karam, Ashley Kerwin, Thomas Kiely, Jacqueline Kindlon, Courtney King, Julianna Kolakowski, Emily Lawrence, Eric Leith, Sarah Lossi, Riley Ludwig, Lauren Lyons, Fiona Lyons, Lewis Masella, Lisa Mason, Abigail McClory, Courtney McDowell, Alex McIntyre, Jessica McMillen, Sarah McTague, Joshua Meemken, Gregory Meyers, Isabella Morizio, Padraic Morrissey, Richard Mosall Jr, Chelsea Mullen, Benjamin Mulson, Mackenzie Nitz, Sadie Olson, Michaela Omecinsky, Maxine Oryell, Daniel Padalino, Margaret Pasanen, Alexandria Perry, Steliana Philip, Jessica Powers, David Pugliese, Matthew Reasor, Megan Regan, Thane Reilly, Benjamin Reinisch, John Riegert, Anna Scherer, Eric Scott, Krista Seeberger, Claudia Sherry, Charles Sivaslian, Julia Slyer, Eric Snyder, Serena Solomon, Sabrina Squires, Alicia St Germain, Connor Strock, Liam Swiatek, Nicholas Teal, Maximillian Tessitore, Joseph Toth, Jordan Tymeson, Abbey VanAlstyne-Ponce, Devin VanDervoort, Samara Vermilya, River Ward, Sean Willie, Holly Winkelhake, Samuel Winkley, Joanne Yeung. Grade 10: Megan Armlin, Joshua Austin, Christine Beberwyk, Samantha Bedell, Ashleigh Beer, Peter Brucato, Katielynn Canavan, Megan Cardish, Glenn Carreau, Sarah Caruso, Tyler Chartrand, John Chorwat, Megan Coleman, Frank Cone, Emilie Coutin, Aiden Coutin, Kevin Curtin, Brian Davis, Olivia Day, Michael DeGenero, Marissa Doscher, Megan Driscoll, Claire Everett, Madeline Falco, Molly Falco, Karyn Feener, Courtney Fennelly, Emily Filuta, Benjamin Fisher, Kristi Fudge, Cassandra Garzione, Alana Gerus, Chandler Gibbons, Emily Gicewicz, Joseph Gilday, Leah Gill, Joshua Glasser, Tyler Gray, Emily Gudewicz, Conner Hasbrouck, Michael Hayes, Nathaniel Hellman, Mary Hitchcock, Emily Hollinger, Kristen Hook, Taylor Hoppe, Katherine Imbierowicz, Gregory Kopache, Peter Kowal, Andrea Kronau, Emily Kronau, Julia Kruegler, Matthew LaBounty, Carrie Lang, Hannah Leffler, Jenna Lynch, Alexandra Madsen, Robert Madsen, Gabrielle Mamone, Cody Martucci, Savannah Mason, Gregory McClellan, Alissa McGee, Paul McKee, Samantha Miller, Matthew Miller, Carlee Miller, Elaine Montes, Claire Morris, Lauren Navratil, Brittany Noland, Alison Nunziato, Paige Raposa, Shawn Roberts, Jonathan Rogers, Christine Roy, Nicolette Rudolph, Morgan Rush, Elaina Ryan, Samantha Scanu, Francesca Scattareggia, Travis Seeberger, Lydia Sharp, Christopher Shaw, Meghan Sullivan, Logan Swedick, John Sweet, Andrew Tario, Rachel Van Vleck, Raisa VanAlstyne-Ponce, Emily Vicedomine, Nicholas Wait, Kaitlyn Walsh, Jennifer Waterbury, Christopher Whitman, Julia Wicks, Rudy

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TROY HIGH SCHOOL 30th REUNION CLASS OF 1981 The date is fast approaching — APRIL 16, 2011 —— please join us at the Hilton Garden Inn for an evening with our friends. If you have not received your invitation, please forward your mailing address to me at cmarrero@nycap.rr.com. The cost is $60 per person if paying by 2/15. After 2/16, cost is $75 per person. You can mail a check, or pay via paypal. Information is online at classmates.com and facebook.com, or you can call Candy DeFruscio-Marrero at (518) 929-1506. Please spread the word. Fryer, Jessica Gallerie, McKenna George, Amber Goodall, E Charles Hacker, Meghan Hagerty, Ashley Hayes, Alexander Ketzer, Renee King, Connor Kopcho, Kristi Lachar, Sarah Laranjo, Dylan Larkin, Benjamin Leffler, Sara Lownsbury, Noah Madden, Lucas Marrufo, Ashley McCann, Joshua Mead, Aundrea Meka, Michael Micheli, Jonathan Milkiewicz, Ryan Milkiewicz, Tyler Morgia, Sarah Nuss, Jamie Ockenholt, Casidhe O’Connell, Alexis Ogden, Haley Paul, Daniel Pendergast, Elizabeth Robert, Austin Robinson, Patrick Ryan, Kelsey Sheldon, Kevin Shepard, Toni Slyer, Lindsey Sterantino, Alexandra Stroman, Breahna Teabout, Tabitha Vooris, Rachael Wells, Kaitlyn West, Bailey Winston. Grade 12: Joshua Agy, Samantha Alber, Kalia Ames, Joshua Arras, Andrea Bedard, Sadie Beebe, Carlene Benson, Erick Bink, Alexandra Cardish, Adam Chamberlain, Nicholas Cioffi, Christopher Conway, Anthony Crognale, Rebecca Culnan, Rebecca Drischler, Taylor Dunham, Joshua Flaherty, Kristina Gardner, Sarah Goldberg, Erin Grogan, Kelley Haggerty, John Hartke, Richard Houser III, Nicholas Irwin, Dylan Klein, Eileen Lantry, Nicole Lockrow, Kaitlyn Marcellus, Daniel Mardon, Alicia McDonough, Morgan McEvilly, Sean Mullen, Brittany O’Brien, Lauren Page, Meghan Patanian, Matthew Reohr, Andrew Rogers, John Ryan, Brandon Salisbury, Joshua Sardella, Katherine Schultz, Joshua Schumaker, Stephanie Snapp, Caitlin St.Germain, Patrick Sunkes, Luke Trompeter, Aaron Uline, Emily Vieira, Megan VonDollen, Shannon Wagner, Melinda Weis, Carl Wicks, Craig Wojtaszek, Christine Zimmer.

Gootzes Go To Giza Book Signing Events You are invited to attend a book signing for author Sharon Lynne Rounds CAN’T MAKE IT? Thanks 3/06~Borders, Clifton Park for your support! 3/12~Borders, Crossgates 3/19~ 1-3 pm, SAND LAKE LIBRARY

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FOR KIDS 2011 BRUNSWICK BASEBALL LEAGUE – SPRING BREAK BASEBALL CAMP The Brunswick Baseball League will be hosting two – 8 hr baseball camps during the April School Break. The camps will be conducted on Monday, April 18th, 8am-4pm for players ages 12-15 and Thursday, April 21st, 8am-4pm for players 16 and up. The camps will be held at the Brunswick Sports Complex on State Rte 2. The cost of the camp will be $20 for each player, which will include lunch, snack and a T-shirt. Players will be put thru various fielding/ throwing drills to evaluate their skill levels then participate in group hitting sessions. During the course of the sessions, verbal evaluations and suggestions on areas of improvement will be given by local HS coaches and BBL managers. During the afternoon, session players will be divided into teams and will participate in scrimmages. Players will need to bring a glove, cleats and drinks. Please visit our website at www.eteamz.com/brunswickbaseball to download a form - from the Homepage click on the Handouts Tab. For additional information or questions, please contact Mark Phillips 279-3471 or Guy Changa 326-5236. Deadline for Registration is April 11th.

ROSEY THE READING DOG! Join Rosey the Reading Dog available by appointment on Third Thursdays (3/17, 4/21, 5/19) from 3:30PM to 4:30PM at the Troy Public Library, 100 Second Street in Troy. Call 274-7071 to reserve a 15 minute spot. For children 5 and up. Please join us and read your favorite book to Rosey.

FREE TUTORING AT TROY LIBRARY Beyond the Classroom is a program offering free tutoring to students ages 8 and up in all subjects. That’s everything from Spelling to Chemistry! Have a paper due? Falling behind with your classwork? Just need to ask a few questions? Free Tutoring at the Troy Public Library located at 100 Second Street in Troy on Wednesdays by appointment from 5PM to 7:30PM. To register and for more information, please call 2747071 or email beyond_the_classroom@yahoo.com.

GIRL SCOUT BOOK DRIVE & SWAP Girl Scouts Troop 1911 & Troop 1029 will be holding their 3rd Annual Book Drive & Book Swap on Friday, March 25th, from 6:30PM to 8:30PM at the Church of the Covenant in Averill Park. Bring a Book ~ Take a Book. Gently used children’s books only please. Leftover books will be donated to the Averill Park Pre-School and the Bright Red Bookshelves.

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BRUNS. ELKS TO HOLD FISH FRY DINNERS The Brunswick Lodge of Elks # 2556 will be hosting a fish fry dinner to be held at the lodge on Friday, March 25, and April 22, from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM. Dinner includes fish fry and roll, French fries, Cole slaw, cup of clam chowder, small soda, coffee, decaf and tea. Cash bar available. Kids menu, grilled cheese or hot dogs also an option. Cost for the dinner is just $10 for adults and $4 for children’s menu, under age 4 free. Take out $11.00. The lodge is located at 665 Brunswick Road (Route 2, Eagle Mills). Reservations accepted but not required. SEATS ARE LIMITED!! Please call Mike at 286-1645. Tickets are also available at the door while fish lasts! Come out and join us for an evening of great food and fun! Proceeds from these dinners will support the Lodges Major functions such as Cerebral Palsy and needy families at Christmas time.

COMMUNITY FREE PASTA DINNER The First Reformed Church in Wynantskill continues to serve a FREE pasta dinner each Tuesday evening at 5:30PM. The dinner consists of pasta (with marinara or meat sauce) tossed salad, rolls, beverages and homemade desserts. Please feel welcome to join us for a good meal and warm fellowship any Tuesday evening. (If there is a snow storm, please call our church office at 283-4420 to see if the dinner has been cancelled.) We wil l be providing these dinners until mid-May. The church is located on the corner of Church Street and Main Avenue in the village of Wynantskill. We hope to see you soon.

The Sidney Albert Albany Jewish Community Center’s senior adult program plans a model Passover seder on Monday, April 4th, 4:30 - 6pm in the Albany JCC’s auditorium, 340 Whitehall Road. Rabbi Don Cashman of Albany’s B’nai Sholom Reform Congregation will lead the seder, which includes a fullcourse roast chicken dinner. Cost is $12 per person and prepaid reservations are due in the Albany JCC’s senior adult office by March 23rd, 438-6651 x112, ClaireS@saajcc.org.

ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT PANCAKE BREAKFAST On Sunday, March 27th, the Brunswick Elks #2556 will be hosting an All-You-Can-Eat Pancake Breakfast from 8AM to 11AM. Cost of the breakfast is just $5 for adults, $3.50 for children ages 5 to 12, and children under age 5 are free. The breakfast will consist of regular and blueberry pancakes, sausage, breakfast beverages and coffee. The lodge is located at 665 Brunswick Road, Troy (Eagle Mills), New York. Come out and join us for a good breakfast and bring your friends and family!

RENSS. CO. SENIORS 41st ANNUAL DINNER DANCE Rensselaer County Rensselaer Senior Center will hold its 41st Annual Anniversary Dinner Dance at Melvin Roads Post 1231, Columbia Turnpike in Rensselaer on Thursday, March 24th, from 5-9 p.m. The evening will begin with Dutch treat cocktails, followed by a roast beef dinner, and dancing. Entertainment will be provided by Brian Zapel. This annual event highlights the senior center and all of the members who work so hard in contributing to its successful programs and services. Tickets on sale now; please contact 463-2166 for more information.

ST. PATRICK’S DAY SPECIAL DINNER On Thursday, March 17, 2011, the Nutrition Department will hold its monthly special dinner at noon at the Rensselaer County’s Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road, in Grafton. This month’s theme will be “St Patrick’s Day”, with entertainment beginning at 11:00 a.m. Menu will be Corned Beef w/Mustard, Red Potato in Jacket, Cabbage, Whole Baby Carrot (garnish) Orange Juice, Pumpernickel Bread, Lime Gelatin W/Pears and Topping. Our wonderful complete lunch is available to all Rensselaer County Seniors age 60 and older every weekday for a suggested contribution of $2.50. Stop in for a complete monthly menu and activities calendar. Please call 279-3485 to make your reservations for lunch.

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ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT BREAKFAST The Pleasantdale Fire Company in North Troy has started up their Sunday AllYou-Can-Eat Breakfast at the Fire Hall. Cost is $6/Adults, $3/ Children 6-12yrs and Children under 6yrs are free. Dates are 3/20 and 3/27. Mark your calendars.

ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT BUFFET The VFW Post 1938 in Valley Falls will be having an “All-YouCan-Buffet” for St. Patrick’s Day on March 18th from 4:30PM to 7PM. Cost is $10. All are welcome.

LENTEN FISH FRY Come One Come All to the Transfiguration Parish 4th Annual Fish Fry. The Fish Fry Dinners will be every Friday during the Lenten season (except Good Friday) at the Transfiguration Parish Hall in Speigletown - starting on March 11th and running through April 15th. You can either eat-in or take-out with dinners being served from 47 PM. Dinners will include a fish fry, coleslaw and French fries. Macaroni and cheese will also be served for the children. Desserts and drinks will also be available for purchase.

ANNUAL SPAGHETTI & MEATBALL BENEFIT DINNER at CHRIST CHURCH Christ Church located at the corner of State and 5th in Troy will hold an All-You-Can-Eat Annual Spaghetti & Meatball Benefit Dinner on Friday, March 25th, from 5PM to 8PM. Menu includes: Spaghetti, Meatballs, Salad, Garlic Bread, Homemade Desserts and Beverages. Cost: Adults $10, Children 6 and under $4. Vegan options available, and group take-outs can be picked up from 4:30PM (call ahead to reserve). Quarts of sauce and meatballs, made to a secret Italian family recipe by Chef Paul Marano, are available for purchase at the event. Money raised is donated to Joseph’s House, Unity House, Bethany Center, TAUM, Roarke Center and the Troy YWCA who all have tickets to sell as does host, Christ Church United Methodist and the Robert C. Parker School, which provides student servers and wait staff as part of their community service. This event has raised thousands of dollars for local helping agencies.

ANNUAL BLIZZARD CHICKEN BBQ The First Reformed Church of Wynantskill will be holding their Annual Blizzard Chicken BBQ on Saturday, March 26th, with continuous servings from 4:30 - 7PM. The menu includes 1/2 BBQ chicken (with Clements’ Old-Fashioned BBQ Sauce) baked potato, vegetable, homemade coleslaw, rolls and dessert. Tickets are $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for children (5-12) under 5 are free and can be reserved by calling the church office at 283-4420. Take-outs will be available. The church is located on the corner of Church Street and Main Ave. in Wynantskill. Proceeds will benefit the Scholarship Fund for our youth to attend summer camp.

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OSTEO EXERCISE CLASS Are you tired of limiting your life due to osteoporosis? Have you recently been diagnosed with osteoporosis and want to prevent further damage? Even if you want to avoid getting osteoporosis altogether, come join our Osteo Exercise Class. This class is offered every Friday morning at 10:30 am at the Rensselaer County’s Troy Area Senior Center, 19 Third Street in the Rose Room on the second floor with instructor, Grace Hamilton. The class works with weights that we provide. You will strengthen your core, and improve your joints and muscles in a fun and supportive atmosphere. Exercising allows us to maintain muscle strength, coordination, and balance, which in turn helps to prevent falls and related fractures. This is especially important for older adults and people who have been diagnosed with osteoporosis. Call 270-5348 for more information.

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SAINT ROSE WORKSHOP HELPS PEOPLE TAKE CHARGE OF STUTTERING The College of Saint Rose will hold its 36th Weekend Workshop for People Who Stutter. With a theme of “Celebrate the Chemistry of Effective Communication – A 40-Year Journey!� this year’s session will mark the 40th anniversary of the Council of Effective Communication for People Who Stutter, as well as the 50th anniversary of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Saint Rose. The workshop will be held Friday, April 1, through Sunday, April 3, in the Thelma P. Lally School of Education, 1009 Madison Ave., Albany. During the three-day session, people who stutter will receive intensive therapy to help them conquer their fears about speech and to learn new ways to better manage their fluency and their stuttering. Saturday and Sunday will include special sessions for both parents and siblings of those who stutter. The workshop addresses the physical, emotional and environmental aspects of stuttering through one-on-one sessions with a therapist and in groups. Participants are taught the skills of normal speech production and are provided with opportunities to practice these skills in a variety of speaking situations. The weekend also includes group sessions designed to explore attitudinal and environmental aspects of stuttering. Parents, family and friends are encouraged to attend a banquet on Saturday. Saint Rose graduate students in communication sciences and disorders provide the therapy under the direct supervision of speech-language pathologists who volunteer their services. The workshop is open to all children, teenagers and adults who stutter. Advance registration is required. Deadline for registration is Monday, March 21. The Weekend Workshop is sponsored by the Saint Rose Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders and the Council of Effective Communication for People Who Stutter. Sister Charleen Bloom, Ph.D., professor of communication sciences and disorders and a board recognized fluency specialist, and Jeanne Junjulas, clinician and instructor, are coordinating the event. For more information and to register, contact Victoria Leone at 518-485-3940 or leonev@strose.edu.

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VANDERHEYDEN HEALTH FAIR On Friday, March 25, 2011, from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM, Vanderheyden will be hosting a health fair at our campus in the Educational Center. The vendors will include: Health Services, Royal Care, Whitney Young, SEFCU, CDPHP, Juice Plus and more. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact Heather McNally at hmcnally@vanderheydenhall.org or 283-6500 x219. Vanderheyden is a not for profit human services agency providing residential and community programs to children, adults and families in the Capital Region of New York for over 178 years. To learn more about the services Vanderheyden provides, please visit www.vanderheydenhall.org. or call 2836500.

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BALANCE CLASSES TO BE HELD AT THE ALBANY JCC Matter of Balance, a series of classes to help people manage concerns about falls, is scheduled to be held in the Albany JCC’s Massry Senior Center, 340 Whitehall Road, on 3 Wednesdays, 1-3pm: April 6, 13 and 27 and on 5 Fridays, 9:30 -11:30am: April 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29. Participants are expected to attend all 8 sessions. The volunteer-led classes are designed to help people reduce their fear of falling, increase activity levels, set realistic goals to increase activity, change their environment to reduce fall risk factors, learn simple exercises to increase strength and balance, improve their quality of life and remain independent. The series is sponsored by the Capital Region RSVP Program, the NYS Capital Region OASIS Program, the Center for Excellence in Aging and Community Wellness and the Albany Jewish Community Center. A $4 fee will be collected at the first class. Space is limited and registration is required in the Albany JCC’s senior adult office, 438-6651 x112, ClaireS@saajcc.org.

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Rensselaer County’s Troy Senior Service Center, located at 19 Third Street, swims every Wednesday at 9AM with Joyce Forner leading. We are looking for more mermaids and a volunteer Aqua Aerobics teacher. Swimming is probably the best exercise you will ever do for yourself and it is FUN. Join us at the Lansingburgh Boys & Girls club and enjoy the heated pool and the wonderful compan y. We guarantee you will be so happy and like the way you feel doing something so good for yourself! Call the Center at 270-5348 for more information.

The Troy Public Library will offer a Tai Chi Fitness Program on Thursdays, February 24th – March 31st from 12:30PM – 1:30PM at the Lansingburgh Branch. Join us each week for a series of flowing exercises that allows muscles, ligaments and joints to stretch and be utilized in a gentle manner. Tai Chi can improve balance, reduce stress and even improve one’s immunity. This class will be taught by Suzanne Vining, a certified Tai Chi instructor. This program is free and open to the public. Please make reservations by calling the library at 235-5310. The Troy Public Library is located at 27 114th Street, Troy.

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN! Call 434-2160. On Saturday, April 9, 2011, the 4th annual “Tools for Caregivers” day will be held at Hudson Valley Community College’s B ulmer Communications Center in Troy. The Capital Region Caregiver Coalition will sponsor this annual event carefully designed to be educational and offer support to family caregivers. The day consists of a morning of workshops and a resource fair. Family caregivers provide assistance to senior relatives, friends, significant others and neighbors who are elderly, ill or disabled. Participants will choose from a variety of workshops presented by area professionals. In addition, informational tables will be staffed by dozens of local agencies. This year, an informal, open dialogue with a panel staffed with professionals will be held in the auditorium where attendees can ask questions and share information with others on their experiences and needs as a family caregiver. Schedule: 8:00 am – Registration and Vendor Fair; 8:45 am – Welcome; 9:00 am – Choice of Workshops; 10:00 am – Vendor Fair; 10:30 am – Choice of Workshops; 11:30 am – Wrap up, evaluations and raffles Can’t get away because you’re caring for a loved one? Respite care is available at Eddy DayBreak free of charge during the event, but you must reserve space for your loved one in advance. The program is free, but registration is required at 434-2160. General questions can be answered at 382-8481 ext.1238. http://www.capitalregioncaregiver.com

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“GARDENING THROUGH THE SEASONS” Cornell Cooperative Extension is pleased to offer gardening classes. Being a gardener gives you an opportunity to constantly try new plants, planting methods, garden designs, and other ideas. Join us as we take a look at a variety of gardening topics sure to beautify your home and enliven your spirit. • Tuesday, March 22, “Lyme Disease: Knowledge Is Power” • Thursday, April 7, “Organic Lawn Care: Methods and Challenges” • Tuesday, April 26, “Gardens Of The Hudson Valley” • Thursday, May 5, “Homeland Invasion: New Destructive Bugs In Our Own Backyard” Class starts at 7:00 PM and runs until about 8:30 PM. Class will be held at the office of CCE Rensselaer County, 61 State St. Troy, NY. For more information, go to www.ccerensselaer.org. Preregistration is required. Each class is $6.00 per person. Class size is limited. Registration at the door will only be accepted if space is available.

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Pittstown Volunteer Emergency Corps will hold an All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast on Sunday, March 27th, from 8AM to 11AM at 60 Parker School Road in Pittstown. Cost is $7/Adults, $3/Children 6-12 and Children 5 and under are free. Menu: Eggs, Sausage, Bacon, Pancakes, French Toast, Homefries, Pastries, and more. There will be a bottle drive during breakfast to support the Junior Corp.

New in 2011 the registration for Brunswick Girls Softball League is now online. Prospective members and returning members can now easily register online and pay by check, debit or credit card. This will be the only form of registration, so please pass it on to family and friends. Brunswick Girls Softball is registering girls who are 4-16 years old. The registration fee is $55 for T-Ball (ages 4-6), $80 for Mini-Minors (ages 7-10) and $90 for Minors (ages 10-12) and majors (ages 13 & up). There is an additional charge of $20 added to the registration if your child does not participate in the Coin Drop. Please register your child early to take advantage of the Early Bird Special. Discounts are also available for families with more than 1 child. Winter clinics began on 1/16/2011 for our General Membership. Opening weekend is tentatively scheduled for April 29th-30th. Please visit our website to access current information and clinic times at www.burnswicksoftball.org. The Sports sign-up link is www.sportsignup.com/Brunswick-Girls-Softball-OnlineRegistration.start.

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Saint Ambrose Home School, 347 Old Loudon Rd. in Latham, is hosting a Fish Fry Dinner on Friday, April 1st, from 3:30-7pm, in the Parish Center. Dinner includes: Fish Fry, French Fries, and Coleslaw for a cost of $8/ Adults $6/Kids. Dine-In or Take-Out Available. Walk-ins Welcome. Reservations appreciated. Call Doreen at 785-6453.

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ST. PAT’S ANNUAL CORNED BEEF DINNER TO BENEFIT THE SLCA Hosted by Barb and Ron Berti and CarolLynn and Gene Langley - come and enjoy a St. Patrick’s Day Traditional Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner by Chefs Ron & Gene with Homemade Brownies for Dessert on Thursday, March 17th, beginning at 6PM. Special treat is live music featuring George Wilson & Bill Spence. Door Prizes · BYOB · Sing-Alongs. This event is held at the home of Ron and Barb Berti, 42 Schumann Rd, Averill Park. Join us and show your Irish spirit for a night of fun and song. For reservations of $25 per person call 518-674-8363 or bneu@nycap.rr.com. ‘Tis great to be Irish, even if it is just for the evening. Proceeds benefit the Sand Lake Center for the Arts, a multi-arts center located in the heart of Rensselaer County-www.slca-ctp.org.

2011 BRUNSWICK BASEBALL LEAGUE NEW ON-LINE REGISTRATION Brunswick Baseball is currently registering players age 13-16 for the 2011 House League season. New for the 2011 season are the on-line registration process and an expanded 2011 House League season. Players may now be registered online by visiting our website and clicking on the Links Tab on our Home-page menu. The House League will be expanded in 2011 to include a 16 game schedule. Four additional games, inclusive of an end-of-season play-off tournament, will be added to the 2011 season. Our registration fee continues to be one of the lowest in the area. The league has eliminated the requirement that all players must sell raffle tickets. To cover the expanded game schedule, fees were modestly increased for the 2011 season to $115.00 per player. Please visit our website to get information about the league and registration information: www.eteamz.com/brunswickbaseball. The league is holding winter clinics every Saturday. The clinics are FREE and open to all – they will be held at the Tamarac Multi-Purpose Gym – 11:15am - 4pm. The league is also accepting registrations for the 2011 Travel season. Our league is affiliated with ENYTB and we will be sponsoring travel teams at all age levels – 13U – 18U Travel players may use the on-line registration process by visiting the league website. For questions, please call Mark Phillips at 279-3471 or Guy Changa at 326-5236.

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GARAGE SALES Huge Craft Supply Sale Scrapbook & papercraft supplies, New & used, fantastic bargains. Sat 3/26 9am-1pm. Saratoga Chapel 359 Eastline Rd.

VENDORS WANTED Vendors Wanted Altamont Fair May 21, 2011 Classic car/motorcycle show Swap meet and craft fair. Contact: (518)8616671

LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Formation of a Limited Liability Company (LLC): Name: CORCORAN - REISER GROUP LLC, Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 10/04/2010. Office location: Rensselaer County, SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLC, c/o Libby Reiser, PO Box 226, Cropseyville, NY 12052-0226. Purpose: Any Lawful Purpose.

ELECTRIC Installations & repairs. Quality work, reas. rates. Steve 364-7231

BANKUPTCY Christian H. Dribusch 518-4361662 755 Columbia Tpke. E. Greenbush 12061 Free Consultations www.chdlaw.com We are a Debt Relief Agency which helps people file for bankruptcy under the Bankruptcy Code

FENCEWORKS Dog runs, inground pool packages, yard enclosures & repairs. Free est., fully insured. 283-7811

BOOKKEEPING & PAYROLL Travel to your location, Siena Graduate, 20 yrs exp. 441-2210

FIREWOOD Green $175, dry $225. Home 279-9259, cell 225-1569

BUILDING & REMODELING Add space, decks,basements, etc. All phases of construction, quality, guaranteed work, refs. 674-1969

FIREWOOD Hardwood, cut, split, delivered $150 /cord. 658-0394

CARPENTER/ Remodeling New rooms, kitchens, baths, ceramic, drywall, painting & decks. 24 + yrs. 779-4542 CARPENTRY Kitchen & baths,ceramic/hw/ laminated flr, laser flr leveling, basement/attics, ins. & refs. 4240078 CHIMNEY CLEANING Chimney cleaning & repairs, wood stoves installed. Insured, experienced. Don Bradley 6742444 CHIMNEY REPAIR & MASONRY Chimney repairs, concrete foundations. Free estimates. 2572935 CLEAN-OUTS Specializing in residential and commercial clean-ups, attics, bs’mts, garages, estates, insured. Simple Solutions - Mark 283-6527 Computer and Network Service All service, repairs, installs, upgrades, & more. We make house calls. Call the Computerologist. 283-2331 CONSTRUCTION NEEDS Change or add space to your home. New kitchen or deck. Finish a basement or painting. Call Bob. 674-1814

ELECTRICIAN Lammon Electric. Full lic. & ins. 25yrs exp., res./comm. 274-5100

FIREWOOD Seasoned Firewood $195/cord Call 451-0531 FLOORS Floating, hardwood, tile, refinishing. Ins. Free est. 3683716 HANDY GUY Snow plowing, roof/ repairs, home repairs, remodeling, will price match any competitor. 858-2181 HANDYMAN , REMODELING and Carpentry services. Experienced. Careful attention to detail. Insured. Guaranteed int/ext. work. Call Ernie Mumford 669-4530 HANDYMAN Carpentry, masonry, paint, repairs. Free estimates 764-2679 HANDYMAN Carpentry, painting dry wall, odd jobs. Great rates Friendly reliable serv. Wayne 472-0994 HANDYMAN Economy friendly handyman. Honest, reliable. 30 yrs. exp. Painting, drywall, trim, remodeling. No job too small. Hourly and job rates. Dave 283-0487 HANDYMAN Framing, sheetrock, floors, finish work, odd jobs. Free est. Great prices. Carmine 496-0968

HOME HEALTH AIDES Available 24 hrs., 7 days. Live in available. 331-2142 HOUSE CLEANING Using Green cleaners. Call for price. Bonded. Jill 727-1342 HOUSECLEANING 20 years experience. Dr’s reference. Reas. rates 250-5326 JCB ROOFING & Construction Professional, experienced and insured. 470-6525

HOUSECLEANING GLEAM TEAM. Res./Office. Over 34 yrs local exper. FULLYINSURED Gift certificates (518)477-7566

JOEY’S JUNK REMOVAL Cleanouts, hauling, storm cleanup. We will remove anything. Get it done fast for less cash. 892-6354 www.joeyjunk.com

JUNK CARS We pay top dollars for all junk cars, trucks, vans, etc. Call (518) 322-0654

JUNK CARS WANTED $100- $500 for cars, trucks. Cash. Free pick-up. 365-3368

KITCHENS Start to finish, one call does it all. Ins. Free est. 368-3716

LANDSCAPING Spring/fall cleanup, maintenance/ installation, fully ins. 366-9094

LAWN CARE Comm/Res. Ins. Spring clean-up, mowing. Aerating, fert. 858-6514

PAINT All phases, wallpaper removed. Insured. Free est. 368-3716

PAINTER - PAPER HANGER 30 yrs exp. free est, fully ins. Economical prices Nancy 2484044

PAINTER 4 Seasons Painting & Contracting 727-4003

PAINTING AA Season’s Best Painting Svc. 18yrs exp.Member of BBB. Insurance & refs. 424-0078

PAINTING Affordable, $75/rm. Winter deals. Exp. Fully ins. Free est. 892-8730

PAINTING Interior/Exterior, 20 years experience. Senior discounts. 237-0352

PAINTING Meticulous int/ext. The best for less, free est, refs. Mark 477-1069

PERSONAL TRAINER Exc. rates/ results. Central loc. Private studio. Cert./ins. 496-2986

DEBRIS REMOVAL Attics/ B’ment / Garage, Cons. cleanup. We take it all! 479-7243

HANDYMAN Painting, plumbing, electrical and more. (518) 674-2908, 229-6811

DIVORCE Uncontested papers prepared $299(Incl. poor person app) Separation agreements avai. 2740380

HANDYMAN Remodel,carpentry,masonry,deck s porches, int/ext. paint, fences, door/window, gutter, all repairs, free est. c 669-0814, 271-9161

DOG TRAINING In-Home. Day & evening appts. Avail. 7 days per week. 326-0553

Handyman/ REPAIR 20 years experience. Carpentry, electrical, plumbing, etc. 766-9346

ROOF All types, quality work, free est., fully insured. (518) 368-3716

DRAIN CLEANING Full service drain cleaning & repairs, incl. camera/video inspections. Emergency serv. 674-0908

HOME & OFFICE CLEANING Competitive prices, refs. avail., insured. www.jnservicesonline.com

ROOF REPAIR No job too small. Fully ins., free est. Holland Roofing 451-9325

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PET NANNY Professional petsitting. Your home or mine. Reasonable rates. Insured. 258-3294

PLUMBING & HEATING Repair, installs, service, licensed experienced, insured. Cert., 24 hr. service 518 283-2331

ROOFING Specializing in architectural, 3 tab, metal, cedar shakes & repairs. Free estimate. Call 378-6298 ROOFING A&J Roofing, shingles, slate, rubber. Fully insured. Free est. (518)283-9094 SEAMLESS GUTTERS Deck Em Enterprises. New install. & repairs,free estimates 788-0609 SEPTIC CLEANING Sand Lake Septic. Tanks cleaned, repair, new installation 674-3000 SEPTIC SERVICE Tanks cleaned, group rates avail. Call a neighbor! Gene 674-5223 SEWING MACHINE REPAIR Household/industrial, all makes, tune-ups,parts, supplies 674-8491

SIDING Windows, doors, repairs, 25 yrs, deal direct, ins., refs. 732-4557 SNOW BLOWER REPAIR Prompt, reliable service, pickup & del. avail.Mike Horowitz 477-8378 STONE & DIRT DRIVEWAYS Repairs, Excavation, Ditching, Drainage. Stone & Gravel & Topsoil deliveries. Free est. insured. 258-4092/712-5332 SURVEYING William Darling Land Surveyor. 279-9726 www.darlingsurvey.com TELEVISION REPAIR Flat panel TV service. Exchange TV. 400 Columbia Tunrpike. 4821255 or 477-7123 TILE Kitchen, bath, walls, floors or counters. Ins. Free est. 368-3716 TREE & LANDSCAPE SERVICE AMERICAN TREE Backhoe /loader/drainage work. Topsoil, mulch, delivery. Call 283-1380 (hm), 365-7325 (c) TREE SERVICE Brush, tree, shrub removal & trimming. Also small building demolition. Insured and experienced. Don Bradley Jr. (518) 674-2444 TREE SERVICE DJ Tree Service, 20 yrs. exp. free est. stump removal,ins. 427-1590. TREE SERVICE Stump Busters of Wynantskill. Tree & stump removal. 24 hour service. 286-1865 or 573-7464 WATERPROOFING Foundations to roofing. tobiaconstruction.com 477-8453 WELL PUMP SERVICE Residential/commercial, service & repairs (518) 283-2331 WINDOW CLEANING Ken’s Window Cleaning. Fully insured, commercial/ residential 40 year family exp. 766-4975 YARD CLEANUP Topsoil, crusher run deliveries, tree trimming,461-1178, 610-0969


ALGONQUIN MIDDLE SCHOOL HONOR ROLL FOR THE 2nd MARKING PERIOD It is a pleasure to list the 505 students who qualified for the Algonquin Honor Roll by attaining one of the following standards of scholastic achievement. Merit Roll - Average of 88-91, with no grade below 70 and no incompletes Honor Roll - Average of 92-95, with no grade below 70 and no incompletes High Honor Roll - Average of 96 to 100, with no grade below 70 and no incompletes In addition, to qualify for any list a student may not have a Work Habits or Citizenship grade of “Need Improvement” or “Unsatisfactory” in any subject. Grade 6: High Honor Roll: Julia Adams, Gabriella Alberino, John Aretakis III, Andrew Balogh, Payton Bielawski, William Bornt, Amanda Bourne, Christina Bucci, Janice Clark, Nora Collins, Jeanna DiPaolo, Brendan Garrow, Sarah Garzione, Emily Haworth, Hannah Katz, Rebecca Kelly, Brad Kenneally, Rachel Koch, Cammy Kwok, Zachary Lanoue, Zachary Larkin, Ryan Long, Jessica Malenfant, Makayla Martinez, Anne McKenna, Kristin Morin, Maeve Morrissey, Morgan Moscinski, Olivia Novak, Lena Piche, Molly Riegert, Cameron Roberts, Jamie Salerno, Samantha Schroeder, Alyssa Sicko, Kyle Snyder, Angelina Solomon, Laura St. Germain, Kelsey VanFleet, Laura Wendell, Kathleen Williams, Zoe Willson and Daniel Wrenn. Grade 6: Honor Roll: Breanne Agan, Gregory Allard, John Anton, Alexis Bashford, Cooper Bentley, Cassandra Bruzdzinski, Alexander Bubie, Christina Burgazoli, Dylan Burns, Zachary Canaperi, Olivia Cardish, Sarah Carlson, Oliver Clayton, Taylor Clement, Dennis Dobert, Ashley Easterling, Maxwell Everett, Jack Ferlito, Liam Gelder, Katherine Glanton, Ryan Gregware, Alexandra Hansen, Whitney Heck, Deanna Heffner, Mary Hellman, Sarah Herbold, Samara Holmes, Trevor Hrubecky, Christopher Hughs, Kevin Kelly, Jordan Kennedy, Sadie Kerwin, Lauryn King, Eric LaPointe, Skyler Leveroni, Kammie Momrow, Leah Morin, Allison Mullen, Samuel Mulson, Christian Nash, Ryan Nolan, Tyler Petell, Michael Premo, Nicholas Purdy, Haley Quinn, Brianna Razzano, Rebecca Re, Grace Reid, Kendall Reiter, Brittney Rohrmiller, Christopher Ryan, Matthew Schumaker, Shannon Seeberger, Amber Smithies, Skyler Thibeault, Rachel VanBergen, Cassie Walsh, Jacob White, Conor Willsie, Trinity Wohlferd, Noah Yearsley and Abigail Zalucky. Grade 6: Merit Roll: Taylor Angriasano, John Bailey, Alyssa Barbarulo, Riley Bulmer, Spencer Butterfield, Christian Capone, Taylor Catlin, Olivia Crouch, Alyssa Dailey, Jeremy Davidson, Andrew DeLaMater, Cassiana Enderle, Rozlin Ethier, Colin Ferlito, Joseph Finelli, Mackenzi Flynn, Zachary Gregware, Zachary Hale, Harley Hanagan, Jordan Hannigan, Brandon Harris, Katherine Hart, Alicia Hartzell, Emmett Hayes, Harley Kahler, Keeley Kocsis, Skyler Kocsis, Abigail Kronau, Tayler LaClair, Patrick Leahey, Sarah Manfred, Alexzander McCullen, Gregory Miller, Makenzie Minkler, Alexandra Moak, Shane Nethercott, Emily Pitts, Emily Rousseau, Lucas Scanu, Cameron Simard, Evan Sobieszek, Carlo Sorriento, Leno Sorriento, Marissa St. Pierre, Zachary Sweet, Madison Vogel, Summer Ward and Ryan Wood. Grade 7: High Honor Roll: Andrew Baker, Megan Balter, Kathryn Bartosik, Matthew Bedell, Emily Bell, Liam Carroll, Madeline Carroll, Cameron Coffey, Megan Coutin, Evan Crawley, Mikayla Culnan, Hunter DuPont, Dylan Farley, Franchesca Finelli, Victoria Fisher, Madeline Gibbons, Mikayla Holmes, Emmalee Hoppe, Madeline Illenberg, Nicolas Kalinowski, Lorann Kearney, Meredith Kenneally, Elizabeth Kiley-Bergen, Hunter Kortz, Daniel LaPointe, Ann Lettko, Meagan Lettko, Samantha Marks, Olivia Marrochello, Carissa Marto, Caroline McPartlin, Sarah Meemken, Shannon Meyer, Lukas Morgan, Daniel Morone, Amanda Mosall, Victoria Panzanaro, Katelyn Pohlmann, Lily Prashaw, Elizabeth Pugliese, Summer Pylant, Benjamin Quinones, Jordan Rockwell, Breanna Rooney, Daminica Ryan, Stephen Ryan, Kayla Seeberger, Hannah Shoemaker, Evan Simkulet, Caroline Slyer, Kathryn Toth, Carli Voellm, Jaide Winant, Jewel Winant, Aleksandra Wocher, Morgan Wright and Amanda Young. Grade 7: Honor Roll: Jenna Bell, Emily Bergerson, Kristin Bomba, Sydney Carey, Jeremy Carter, Felicia Catlin, Kayleigh Catlin, Joseph Cauwenberghs, Robert Cetrino, Elijah Chin, James Clark, Abbey Clobridge, Leah Coiteux, Cassandra Costa, Suzanna Coyne, Emily Cretaro, Jonathan Deck, Michael DeVito, Alyssa DonVito, Timothy Dunn, John Farash, Alexandra Fazio, Adeliza Ferrini, Catrina Film, Olivia Fischer, Joshua Flint, Douglas Fountain III, Alanna Gill, Caleigh Haggerty, Justin Hansen, Sean Harrington, Cameron Hasbrouck, Jessica Hayes, Marisa Heiserman, Meghan Hennessy, Zachary Horan, Joseph House, Emily Howard, Margaret Hoyt, Amber Jones, Dylan Jones, Sydney Julien, Jacob Keegan, Tyler Kelly, Jordan Kittle, Emma Lamoureux, Aaron Lindeman, John Lyons, Emma Mancino, Brian Masella, John McCartin, Paige McNamara, Benjamin Miller, Gillian Morris, Jennifer Mosher, Donald Nash, Katie Orecki, Emily Padalino, Hayley Peterson, Jonathan Pinho, Jacob Pitts, Cade Pytell, Allyson Quinn, Zoe Raffo, Sean Robert, Tiffany Roberts, Jenna Safford, April Sanford, Maria Scanu, Elyse Scott, Mattison Sicko, Erik Silver, Jessica Slavin, Madison Stern, Christian Testo, Jonathan Van Vleck, Amanda Vrsalovic, Brittnay Wade, Allison Wark, Hannah Weatherwax and Stephanie Williams. Grade 7: Merit Roll: Michael Ames, Charles Ballard, John Barnes, Steven Beattie, Molly Biittig, Alexander Carpenter, Kyrsten Changa, Anthony Cioffi, David Cocca, Daniel Cuatt, Thomas Culnan, Andrew Cummings, Maria Decetise, Brittany Ernest, Anna Fiske, Alyssa Galipeau, Jessica Gordon, Scott Gundrum Jr., David Halpin, Brianna Holser, Devin Holser, Kyle Kidney, Austin MacDonald, Amelia Mamone, Isaiah Moak, Jacob Morizio, Garrett Moss, Morgan Oliksowycz, Danielle Pardo, Ashlee Price, Alfred Rousseau, Frank Scaturro, Lily Scoville, Nina Sivaslian, Andrew St. Germain, Jessica Strock, Max Tempel, Isaiah Thomas, Marissa VanAlstyne, Timothy Vermilya, CaiLi Wachtel, William Winkley, Megan Woods and Sean Zelenke. 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ALGONQUIN MIDDLE SCHOOL HONOR ROLL FOR THE 2nd MARKING PERIOD ~continued~ Lambright, Kathleen Mai, Sarah Malenfant, Hannah Middleton, Emily Oliver, Kevin O’Neill, Audrey Pitcher, Emma Reinisch, Caroline Silver, Lauren VanRoy, Patrick Wellington, Luke Willson and Caroline Wood. Grade 8: Honor Roll: Alyssa Anthony, Joseph Benevento, McKenzie Bump, Colton Butterfield, Shaun Carpenter, James Carpentier, Vincent Caruso, Victoreya Chenette, Rebecca Condes, Sara Craft, Andrew D’Alleva, Samantha Doscher, Monica Dushensky, Tiffany Dwyer, Ryan Fahrenkopf, John Finelli, Lilia Flynn, Camaryn Franchi, Rachael Franchini, Daniel Fratianni, Wendy Glasser, Nicholas Hastings, Noah Hellman, Jessica Heritage, Allison Hillenbrandt, Elizabeth Howard, Jenna Hull, Bridget Hunter, Sydney Hurley, Benjamin Johnson, Rachel Kearns, Matthew Ketzer, Maia Klippert, Jena LaMontagna, Elizabeth Lannigan, Matthew Lanoue, Rebecca Lenseth, Gina Lincoln, Alyssa Lindeman, Joshua Lionarons, Lexy Lynch, Brittney Mack, Jenna Masters, Zoe McGreevy, Larkin McNamara, Olivia Mihalko, Alexander Miller, Jesse Miner, Alyssa Montanye, Jillian Morelli, Chelsea Morgia, Paulina Murray, Alicia O’Brien, Caitlin O’Shea, Andrew Pattenaude, Jacob Perry, Daniel Quinones, Samuel Quinones, Stephanie Radley, Alexis Reed, Tanner Reed, Emma Reitano, Patrick Rogers, Connor Rollins, Zachary Ruschmeyer, Alexis Sanchez, Daniel Sanchez, Brian Scherer, Benjamin Schwarz, Nicole Shepard, Scott Shoemaker, William Simard, Phoenix Smith, Sofia Sorriento, Elisha Thompson, Stone Williams, Bailey Willis and Lauren Wood. Grade 8: Merit Roll: Michael Ainsley, Shane Alber, Jordan Bates, Allison Belcher, Macie Bentley, Ryan Bielawa, Alexis Bigelow, Lilly Brennan, Lindsay Bryce, Justin Canaperi, Christian Dell, Katherine Dill, Tennley Doyle, Skyler Elfeldt, Kelsey Ernest, Page Ferra, Hannah Filuta, Katelynn Flick, Joshua Foust, Justin Garzione, Louisa Germinerio, Andrew Glanton, Logan Hanagan, Samantha Hanson, Kortney Haupt, Kelsey Head, Samuel Holden, Myles Joyce, Christopher Jubic, Connor Kasuba, Elizabeth Kemtper, Victoria King, Jacob Koch, Kyle Kozlowski, Morgan LaBelle, Autumn LaMora, Taylor LaPorta, Brady Lindeman, Amy Loveridge, Collin Malone, Courtney McGrath, James McPartlin, Jayci Mieczkowski, Amberlyn Mills, Emily Misnik, Morgan Monaco, James-Thomas Murray, Madeline Novak, Christie Olson, Briana Orsini, Seth Parker, Talia Pascucci, Nicholas Plumley, Victoria Ranken, Kenneth Reed, Tristan Retzke, William Rooney, Nicholas Scanu, Jacklyn Snyder, Charli Spiegel, Samantha St. Germain, Alyssa Weingartner, Madeleine Welty, Sierra White, Robert Young and Kathryn Ziegler.

DEVIL CATS LOOKING FOR 8U & 9U PLAYERS The Devil Cats are looking for 8U and 9U players to complete their 9U team roster for 2011. Players who are interested must be registered players in Twin Town Little League for the 2011 season. If interested, please contact Matthew Terry at 283-7404 OR mterry3@nycap.rr.com.

LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Formation of a Limited Liability Company (LLC) Name: Waddy Ventures, Inc., LLC Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 2/17/2011. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY may mail me a copy of process to: Waddy Ventures Inc., LLC. 34 Bon Acre Way, Averill Park, NY 12018. Purpose: Any lawful purpose. The Nassau Town Board will hold a Special Meeting/Workshop on Thursday, March 31, 2011 at 6:30 P.M. at the Nassau Town Hall for the purpose of review and action on the proposed Comprehensive Plan and draft generic environmental impact statement as well as any other business that may come before the Board. By order of the Town Board. Rita M. Labrum

HUNTER EDUCATION CLASS SCHEDULE Bailey Mt. Fish & Game Club, Inc., 531 Synders Lake Road, Wynantskill, will hold a Hunter Education Course on Friday, April 8th, from 7PM to 11PM, and Sunday, April 10th, from 7:30AM to 4:30PM. PreRegistration is required! Preregistration will be held at the Bailey Mt. Fish & Game Club every Wednesday from 7 to 8:30PM starting on Wednesday, March 9th, until the class is full. Class size is limited and based on a firstcome, first-served basis. Preregister early to be sure of a class slot. 518-286-9620.

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“THE FUTURE OF YOUR WOODS AND WILDLIFE” WORKSHOP A workshop for woodlot owners, The Future of Your Woods and Wildlife, will be held in Sand Lake, NY on Saturday, March 19. Private lands on the Plateau contribute to the overall ecological health of the larger landscape, through stewardship that supports forest regeneration, wildlife populations and movement, and high-quality forests and wetlands. The workshop will offer landowners information and tools needed to understand and address some of the issues facing woodland owners today. Topics will include forest-wildlife management and ecology, how to sell sawtimber, ownership transfer of forest lands, uncommon and at-risk wildlife of the plateau, how to get started on forest stewardship plans, and conservation programs for forest owners. The event is co-hosted by the Rensselaer Plateau Alliance, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Greene and Rensselaer Counties, and sponsored by the NYS DEC’s Hudson River Estuary Program and the Cornell Biodiversity Program Work Team. The workshop will be held at the Zion’s United Christ Church of Taborton, 741 Taborton Rd., from 8:30am to 12:15pm, followed by lunch and an optional woods walk that will end at 2pm. The workshop fee is $15. See http://www.dnr.cornell.edu/ext/pwt/bio/ for registration and information. Contact Kristi Sullivan at Cornell Cooperative Extension with questions: (607) 255-5508.

EMPLOYMENT HELP WANTED

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7th ANNUAL CABIN FEVER PASTA DINNER at ST. JUDE’S The 7th Annual Cabin Fever Pasta Dinner will be held at Dammann Hall at St. Jude the Apostle on Saturday, March 26th, from 4:30 pm til 7 pm. This dinner began as a community get-together every spring and has continued ever since. Pasta, meatballs, salad, bread, beverages and wonderful homemade desserts will be available. Special eat-in prices have not risen in years-$8 per adult, 2 for $15, Children 6-12 $5 and reduced prices are available for families. All take-out meals are $10 per person. New to the dinner will be a special basket raffle. All members of St. Jude’s, including our Youth Ministry, help in this event. Come join us for a wonderful community get-together to welcome spring!

2nd ANNUAL ZITI DINNER FUNDRAISER TO BENEFIT SUNNYSIDE CENTER Sunnyside Center will hold its 2nd annual Ziti Dinner Fundraiser at the Lansingburgh Veteran’s Club, 777 First Avenue in North Troy. The event will take place on Thursday, March 31st, from 4:30 - 7:00 p.m. Dinner includes ziti and meatballs in sauce, salad, Italian bread and dessert. Reservations and walk-ins are welcome. For information, contact Robin Ryan at 274-5986 or robinr@ccalbany.org. Sunnyside Center is a program of Catholic Charities of the Albany Diocese and serves at risk children in the North Central Troy community. All proceeds from this dinner will help send the Sunnyside children to summer camp.

ANNOUNCEMENT NEACA presents their 83rd Arms Fair at the Saratoga Springs City Center. Sat. March 19, 9-5 and Sunday March 20, 9-3. You will find collector and investment firearms, hunting guns, hand forged and other types of knives, reference and out of print books, ammo, fishing, educational displays, hunting and fishing clubs, NRA and much more. For futher info contact NEACA.com or 6649743

THANK YOU SPECIAL THANKS Members of the Best Luther Fire Department celebrated the birthdays of William M. Green, Jr. (95) and Gordon Middleton (90) at their annual Community Pizza Party on March 13. Both men have been long-standing members of Best Luther Fire Department. The love and respect shown to William and Gordon by their fellow firefighters speak volumes of their character and loyalty. Many thanks from the Green and Middleton families.

PERSONAL BRUNS. BULLDOGS YOUTH FOOTBALL & CHEERLEADING REGISTRATION Registration for the 2011 Brunswick Bulldogs Youth Football & Cheerleading Program will be held on Saturday, March 19th, at 11:00 am - 1:00 pm in the Tamarac Elementary School cafeteria. The following programs are available: Flag Division players and cheerleaders – child must be 5 years old by August 1, 2011 and be in Kindergarten, 1st or 2nd grade during the 2011 school year. Jr. Division tackle players & cheerleaders – child must be in grade 3 or 4 during 2011 school year. Sr. Division tackle players & cheerleaders – child must be in grade 5 or 6 during 2011 school year. If you would like to pre-register or for additional information, please call Pat at 279-1193/email pm25600@msn.com or Sandy at 279-4572/email maxon64@nycap.rr.com.

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A loving childcare professional woman with wonderful extended family seeks to adopt a newborn. I offer a lifetime of love, security, joy and opportunities! Expenses paid. Please call; Deborah @ 1877-236-7806

TROY SCHOOL 16 PLANS 45th REUNION A 45th reunion of the Troy School 16, Class of 1966 is planned for late summer 2011. If you graduated from School 16 in 1966, and you’re interested in getting together with classmates, email your contact information to mellrose12121@yahoo.com.

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Applications for employment with Town of Schodack Summer Recreation Prog are avail online @ www.Schodack.org (click on Youth & Recreation), or @ Schodack Town Clerk’s Ofc, 265 Schuurman Rd. Castleton. Applicants must be 16 yrs of age by start of camp on 7/11/11 and must work the duration of camp through 8/5/11. Applications must be returned to the Town Clerk’s Ofc no later than 4/28. Late applicants will not be considered.

Direct further questions to Recreation Director, Sheila Golden at youthdirector@schodack.org ATTENTION: Water Tech. & Customer Service positions: Training provided. Must be a HS Grad Starting $535 wk. Benefits & bonuses. 899-5555 H2o Solutions AVON-Earn extra $$. General info line: 1-800-796-2622 or email avondetails@aol.com (ISR) Brunswick hair salon looking for hair stylists. Booth rental avail. If interested call Deborah @ 2790840 Brunswick Presbyterian Church is seeking a P/T (50-60 hrs. per mo.) Nursery School Dierctor. Suppy resume & cover letter to: office@brunswickchurch.org Experienced bartender, Stephentown area. Call (518) 2108259 Live in Personal Care Aides Are you interested in working 3 days a week & having the other 4 off? Call Concepts of Health Care @ (518) 885-2020 Manufacturing. Mechanical Assemblers, CNC mill and Lathe operators, CNC programmers. OpeningsNiskayuna/Scotia/ Coxsackie. Call 371-4343. jobs@corepay.com

STAFF NEEDED GREAT BENEFITS, PAID TRAINING & CAREER ADVANCEMENT AT LIVING RESOURCES ... Selected as the Not-For-Profit Business of the Year by The Business Review! Start A New Career In A Growing & Truly Rewarding Field ... Assisting People with Disabilities. PAY STARTING AT $9-$10.50/HR! FT, PT and Per-diem shifts in our 39 Residences. 7 Day Services, 7 After School Programs or In-Home Support. 1st, 2nd & 3rd Shifts Available! NYS Driver’s License Required. INTERESTED? APPLY ONLINE: www.livingresources.org or APPLY IN PERSON @ 300 Washington Ave Ext., Albany • M-F, 8:30am to 3:30pm For Inquiries: LRazanousky@livingresources.org or 518-218-0000 x5555 EOE

HELP WANTED Movie extras to stand in the background.Exper. not required Earn up to $200/day 877-4325229 New salon opening in Troy’s east Side. Stylist & retail salesperson wanted. 225-7276 Out of work, unemployed, downsized or just need extra money. Call C-Mart 487-9118 P/T F/T Foster parents needed for children ages 0-21 yrs. Share your heart and your home. Thousands of children in New York State are in need of loving adults to care for them. Many can’t live with their parents and they long for someone who will care for them, love them, keep them safe...How about you? Contact Berkshire Farm Center and Services for Youth today! 456-1969 Standardbred Horse Farm Help needed with the daily operation of small farm that races, trains and breeds. Duties include stall cleaning and outside maintenance. Call 283-0440 for details

HELP WANTED The City of Rensselaer Republican Committee is seeking City residents interested in running for public office in the upcoming city Elections in 2013. These positions are for: Mayor, Common Council President, Treasurer, City Clerk, as well as nine common council seats. We are seeking a diverse, cross section of city candidates willing to give their time and talents to study city policies and legislation with the goal of reducing taxes, improving city operations, and cutting wasteful spending. The committee will interview potential candidates from any political affiliation willing to maintain our Conservative, Republican values. Interested persons should contact committee Chairperson Lou Lourinia at 275-6913 or 449-1625. Wanted: Housekeeper 1 day/ week. Ref’s requir’d Call 274-0982

HOOSIC VALLEY CLASS OF 1971 For those who have not already signed up for the class reunion and wish to come, please call either 518-7534786 or 1-585-727-1329 and ask for Dave.

Out of Work? Retired? Stay at Home Mom? Looking to Supplement Your Income? Independent Contractors Needed to deliver the Times Union and related products. We currently have routes everywhere!Great part-time work.

Earn up to $1,300 per month. Be Your Own Boss! If you are a reliable adult with a good running auto and willing to work from 3-6 am you could make EXTRA CASH delivering the Times Union and other publications close to your neighborhood.

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REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 2br 1ba Mobile Home in quiet 55+ park in Schodack. Shed, large Florida room. $10,000. 477-4981 36+ ac. of prime Averill Park real estate on Holcomb Rd. Perfect loc. for that dream house or develpoment. $139K. 248-8955600 LIVE IN North CAROLINA! 3BR 2BA home, 2 FPs, full base, 5 acs. Move-in. $124.5k, taxes $1000. Text “HOME NC to 6777” Mountainlakeproperties.tv (800)959-9033 Save $5000. on your new home or get $500. Go to amystahr.com Miranda Real Estate Group Inc. Waterfront lot, 3 acre, 125’ frontage, prime, terms, $175K 928-1231

REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Berlin 3br 14x80 2ba mobile home set up in park. N/P Lease $700 477-6222 East Schodack- for rent. 2 BR manufactured home. No pets. Long deck, convenient to major highways. $575/month plus security. Call 479-0607. Office/ Store for rent, 15x25 next to KMart East Greenbush. 4492543.

HOMES FOR SALE Averill Park sch., 3 br. Only $700/mo. to own, $7,000 down Bryce 466-1303 LAKEFRONT, 3 BR, Averill Park $375,000. BRYCE 271-7630 POESTENKILL vil., , 3 br, 2.5 ba, LR/woodstove, great room w/kitchen on second flr w/access to backyard, possible in-law apt. or 2 family. 2 car gar., deck, screened porch, fenced yard. Averill Park sch. Walk to library, post ofc, corner store 283-0658.

$495+ util, Nassau. 1 BR, parking, storage, laundry, pool. 931-4332. No pets. $625+util’s 1BR duplex 1st floor. 5 mins East of Averill Park. Laundry on site. N/P 766-5511 $650 2 BR, eat-in kitchen. Defrstville area, parking, laundry. EG schools. 477-9100 pin# 303. $785 2 BR, heat incl. 1st flr, laundry, hdwd, EIK, grt location. E. Greenbush.477-9100 pin# 204 1 BR apt. Pineview Apts. W/D facilities. o/s parking. Heat incl. $640/mo. Avail. 3/15. 674-1111 1 br, w/d, off st parking, on busline, mins. to 787, no pets, no utils. $500 + dep., close to RPI campus. (518) 273-8881 lv msg 1 br, West Sand Lake, no smoking, no pets/children, $550 util. not included, quiet location. 527-0022 2br E. Troy duplex. $875 + util’s & sec. W/W carp, d/w, w/d hk-up, o/s pking.1-2 adults N/P 286-1925

Country apt., 2 br, $725+sec., applias., no pets, no smoking, (518) 674-8522 EG,1br, $775 +sec., 1 studio $700 utils incl., nice loc., 1 responsible person, No Pets,NS. 477-9214 New Lebanon 1br with heat. Deck. All new. No pets. Sec, lease $675 (518) 477-6222 New Lebanon Large 1br w/heat. Deck, N/P. Lease & security 4776222 Poestenkill 2 BR., $750+ sec. Heat and hot water included. Laundry facilities. No pets. 6747301 Room to rent. Renss. $110/week. Private entrance, on busline, cooking facil., nice area. 610-1403 Wynantskill, 1 & 2 BR apt, on well maintained country property 10 min E of Troy, 1 yr. lease. Averill Park sch. district. No dogs. $600/ $950, incl. heat. 813-6795

RENSS. CO. EVERETT WAGAR SENIORS Calendar for week of March 21st - March 25th Monday: Taxes by appt.; 9am Mat Yoga; 9:30am Chair Yoga; 12noon Lunch - Veal Pattie Marsala; 1pm Wii Bowling. Tuesday: Water Aerobics; 10:30am PAC Meeting in Grafton; 12noon Lunch - Baked Meatloaf w/Gravy; 7pm Line Dancing. Wednesday: *Transportation; 9am Mat Yoga; 9:30am Chair Yoga; 10:30am Hearing Clinic; 12noon Lunch - Steamed Franks w/Mustard; 1pm Bingo; 7pm Berlin Mtg. Thursday: Water Aerobics; 12 noon Lunch - Sliced Turkey w/ Gravy; 1pm Wii Bowling. Friday: *Transportation; 12noon Lunch - Baked Haddock Square; 1pm Bingo; 7pm Line Dancing. *Transportation on Wednesday and Friday to the Center from Grafton, Berlin, Petersburgh and Stephentown. Please call the day before at 279-3413.

SCHODACK “OFFICE SPACE” OFFICE 204 SF $320 OFFICE SUITE408 SF $640 Everything included. Call for specials!!

477-1438 RENTAL Office/retail space-$600/mo, heat incl. Main St., Castleton. 1500+sq ft, riverfront property w/plenty of parking. Will build to suit. email: dbiwaniec@msn.com

VACATION RENTAL Port St. Lucie, FL: 55+ Community, 2BR, 2 bath, Spanish Lakes, Florida room. 1 month min., $1,050 April & May. 4210880

HOUSE FOR RENT 2 br house on 2+ ac. in rural setting, Nassau area. Newly remodeled, $995. Must be seen. 766-2907 E. Greenbush/Sand lake area. 1br house. All new w/harwood flrs. Appli’s incl. C/A. Big yard. N/P Lease $1050/mo. 477-6222

REAL ESTATE WANTED BUYER WANTS RANCH TOWN OF BRUNSWICK Updated -low maintenance up to $250,000 2717630 BRYCE Do you want to sell? Call Bryce, 60 days, cash. 928-1231, 271-7630 Investor looking for apt. complex, top price paid. Bryce 928-1231 Rentals wanted! Tenants call & call & call... 271-7630 BRYCE

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March 21st - March 25th Monday: 10am Community Service; 1pm Chorus. Tuesday: VAN; 10am Knitting Group; 12:30pm K-Mart. Wednesday: 10am Tai-Chi; 12:30pm Line Dancing. Thursday: 10am Cards (your choice); No Exercise Class. Friday: VAN; 11am Good Food Ideas; 12:30pm Hannaford; 12:45pm Darts.

OPEN HOUSE Lovely Colonial in established neighborhood cul-de-sac. Open Sunday, March 20, between noon and 2pm. 10 Deer Creek Rd, Averill Park. Jane Kietzman, Coldwell Banker Prime Properties. 640-4515 SUN 12-2 REDUCED $35,000 4 IMMEDIATE SALE!! Originally 174,900 Now 149,000 BRICK 3 BR w by Samaritan, bus and RPI. Rt 7, Burdett- 13 Detroit. Kyle Bryce Broker 488-0434 Sunday 1-3 Sand Lake. 26 Lower Bower Rd *1st Time Open* $359,900. Gorgeous Tri-Level, 5 year young, 5BR, 2.5BA Home on 5.5 Acres in Averill Park SD w/Large EIK & LR, Hot Tub, Deck, I/G Pool & More! Call Jeremy Butz 727-2867. East on Taborton Rd to R on L on Lower Bower (sign says Bower Rd). Miranda Real Estate

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EMPTY BOWLS On Sunday, April 3, 2011, an Empty Bowls event to benefit the Heifer Project will be held at the Church of the Covenant United Methodist Church, Rte 43, near the intersection with Old Route 66 in Averill Park, NY. The Heifer Project provides animals for needy families and villages all over the world. The animals provide food and/or clothing for the families. The date and time is Sunday, April 3, 2011, from 12:00 - 2:00 pm. There will be a “Freewill Offering” for your bowl, soup and bread. You may bring your own bowl or you can use the church bowls. The soup will be provided by Averill Park, Sand Lake and West Sand Lake area restaurants. Barbara & Paul Wiley from the Heifer Project will be at Church of the Covenant during Empty Bowls to talk informally about the Heifer Project, and will also have information about the Heifer Project.

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TROY AREA SENIOR SERVICE CENTER Calendar for week of March 21st - March 25th Monday: 9:15am Aerobics; 10-2pm Sr. Boutique; 11am Exercise w/Ellio; 12noon Lunch - Veal Pattie Marsala; 12:30pm Bowling. Tuesday: 9am-3pm AARP Defensive Driving Class; 9am Knitting & Crocheting; 12noon Lunch - Meatloaf. Wednesday: 9am Aqua Aerobics; 9:15 Aerobics; 10-2pm Sr. Boutique; 10:30am Dice Game; 11am Exercise w/Ellio; 12noon Lunch - Franks; 1pm Bingo/Oil Painting. Thursday: 9am Crafts/Sewing; 10:30am Card Game; 12noon Lunch - Turkey; 1pm Line & Western Dancing. Friday: 9:15am Aerobics; 10-2pm Senior Boutique; 10:30am Bible Study; 10:30am Osteo Exercise Class; 11am Exercise w/ Ellio; 12noon Lunch - Baked Haddock Square.

CHRIST CHURCH UNITED METHODIST Beginning on Sunday, March 13th, Christ Church United Methodist in downtown Troy, will begin a 6 week event called, What’s the Least I Can Believe and Still be a Christian? As well as worship, there will be several groups discussing the book. Christ Church is at the corner of State and Fifth in downtown Troy. The Sanctuary is handicapped accessible and child care is available. Call the office at 272-8392 for more information on book groups.

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LEGAL NOTICE Articles of Organization of Tim Mullins Contracting LLC Under Section 203 of the Limited Liability Company Law. First: The name of the limited liability company is: Tim Mullins Contracting LLC. Second: The county within this state in which the office of the limited liability company is to be located is: Rensselaer. Third: The Secretary of State is designated as agent of the limited liability company upon whom process against it may be served. The address within or without this state to which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process liability limited the against company served upon him or her is: Tim Mullins, 99 McGill Road, East Nassau, NY 12062. BOLTON LANDING COTTAGE, LLC. NOTICE OF FORMATION LIABILITY LIMITED OF COMPANY. NAME: BOLTON LLC. COTTAGE, LANDING Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 03/26/10. Office County. Rensselaer location: SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLC, 70 Troy Road, East Greenbush, New York 12061. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. Home Visual Century Inspections, LLC, a limited liability company filed Articles of Organization with the New York State Department of State on January 18, 2011. The principal

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NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: Technology Express, Articles of Organization LLC. were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on Office January 26, 2011. Location: Rensselaer County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLC: 25 River Chase, Rensselaer, New York 12144. Purpose: For any lawful purpose

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION PURSUANT TO NY LLC LAW SECTION 206 The name of the limited liability company is Cottage Street Apartments, LLC. The date of the filing of the Articles of Organization was February 17, 2011. The County in which the office of the LLC is to be located is Rensselaer. Its principal business location is in Rensselaer County. The agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served is the Secretary of State and such shall mail a copy of any process to: Burke & Casserly, PC, 255 Washington Ave Ext, Albany, NY The purpose of the 12205. Company is for the management, residential of renting/leasing apartments and for any other lawful act or activity for which limited liability companies may be formed under the Limited Liability Company Law.

Notice of Formation Activehost Data Center Services, LLC art. of org. filed Secy. of State NY (SSNY) 12/16/10. Off. loc. in Rensselaer Co. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to: c/o Conerstone Tel, 2 3rd st, Troy, NY 12180. Purpose: Any lawful purpose.

of Formation of Notice Mechanicville Fitness Center, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 2/1/11. Office location: Rensselaer Co. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: c/o Mark Riel, 34 Muriel Lane, Schaghticoke, NY 12154. Purpose: any lawful activities.

THE BARREL SALOON, LLC Arts. of Org. filed NY Sec. of State (SSNY) 3/1/2011. Office in Rensselaer Co. SSNY desig. agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to 5 Georgia Ct, Rensselaer NY 12144. General Purposes. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LLC Articles of Organization for AMS ENTERPRISES, LLC were filed with the Secretary of State of New York on January 25, 2011. The office of the company is located in The County. Rensselaer Secretary of State has been designated as agent upon which process may be served and a copy of process shall be mailed by the Secretary of State to the LLC at Lombardi, Walsh, Wakeman, Harrison, Amodeo & Davenport, P.C., III Winners Circle, Albany, New York 12205. Purpose: for any lawful activity for which limited liability companies may be formed under the law. y office of the Company is located in Rensselaer County. SSNY has been designated as an agent LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail any copy of process to 109 Hudson Ave., Rensselaer, New York 12144. Purpose: Any lawful purpose

NOTICE OF APPLICATION OF AUTHORITY The name of the limited liability company is: NYNE Equipment LLC. The date the application of authority was filed with the department of state: 1-28-11. The jurisdiction of organization of the limited liability company is: Massachusetts. The date of its organization is: October 27, 2010 The county within this state in which the office, or if more than one office, the principal office of the limited liability company is to be located is: Rensselaer. The street address of the principal business location is: 1235 Rte 9 Castleton, NY 12033 The Secretary of State is designated as agent of the limited liability company upon whom process against it may be served. The address within or without this state to which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process served against him or her is: CT Corporation System, 111 Eighth Avenue, 13th Floor, New York, NY 10011 The address of the office required to be maintained in the jurisdiction of its formation is: 224 South Street, Hopkinton, MA 01748 The name and address of the Secretary of State or other authorized official in its jurisdiction of organization where a copy of its articles of organization is filed is: William Francis Galvin Secretary of the Commonwealth

NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NORTHEAST NAME: CONSTRUCTION MONITORING Articles of SERVICES, LLC. Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York Office (SSNY) on 01/13/11. County. Rensselaer location: SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLC, c/o Charles Casale, 551 Main Street, Wynantskill, New York 12198. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. Landscaping T&S NAME: of Articles LLC. Services, Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 05/05/09. Office location: Albany County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the Road, Western 1050 LLC, Castleton, New York 12033. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. EASTSIDE NAME: MANAGEMENT GROUP, LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 02/22/11. Office County. Rensselaer location: SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLC, 11 Donegal Ave, Troy, New York 12180. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. One Ashburton Place, Room 1717 Boston, MA 02108-1512 The character or purpose of the business is: Sale and Service of Equipment.


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ELMIRA COLLEGE RECOGNIZES RYAN at CONVOCATION Elmira College on Thursday, January 27th, held its 2011 Winter Convocation, recognizing 125 Honor Scholars whose continued excellence earned them recognition as a Cowles Honor Scholar and Honor Scholar of the Class of 2012 and 2013. Jean Ryan ‘11 of Schaghticokehas earned recognition as a Cowles Scholar. Jean is majoring in Mathematics and is the daughter of Timothy Ryan and Nina Halebsky. To achieve standing as a Cowles Honor Scholar, students must be members of the Class of 2011, have attended at least two terms and hold a 3.6 cumulative grade point average. Honor Scholars are members of the Class of 2012 and 2013, who after attending for at least two terms hold a cumulative grade point average of 3.8.

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SHERIFF’S EMPLOYEES NEVER OFF-DUTY Off-duty Rensselaer County Sheriff’s Office transport officer, Jason Ring, and RCSO nurse, Elaine Young, recently came to the aid of a local teenager after the young man began experiencing a severe diabetic episode while driving and eventually crashing down an embankment on I-90 East near Exit 10. The teen escaped injury when he was pulled from his burning vehicle by Officer Ring and another motorist, and then assisted by Young. As Officer Ring approached the vehicle on foot, it burst into flames from underneath. Officer Ring and another motorist who also stopped worked to pry the victim’s locked fingers from the steering wheel and carry him to safety. Coincidentally, Elaine Young, a former ICU nurse and now a Nurse Supervisor at the Rensselaer County Sheriff’s Office, was traveling nearby, stopped and also rushed to the aid of the driver. “I saw the flames, but just reacted and used my experience as a nurse to assess the situation and respond as quickly as I could,” said Young who then quickly determined the driver was experiencing a severe diabetic episode. “This was a tremendous rescue effort,” said Rensselaer County Sheriff Jack Mahar. “Vehicular crashes of this type, involving fire and the potential for explosion, make Officer Ring’s and nurse Young’s actions that much more heroic. “They were just on their way home from work, but stopped to help a stranger. They could plainly see the risks to their own safety, but did it anyway. They are a wonderful example of the good people we have working here at the Sheriff’s Office. I’m very proud of them as well as of all of the responders.”

Pet Adoption of the Week Paula -

A Nice Gal who is looking for a permanent home. She is spayed, current with all vaccines, heartworm negative and wormed. She is playful with other dogs and loves to be in the company of other dogs. She is a great watch dog and will let you know when you have company. She is crate trained and is not a barker. If you would like to meet Paula to possibly adopt her,

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AARP Taxaide volunteers will provide free, confidential preparation of personal US and NYS income tax returns by IRS certified volunteers at the Everett Wagar Senior Center in Grafton in March and April. This service is available to all taxpayers with low to moderate income. For more information, or to make a required appointment, please call 279-3413.

GENEALOGY WORKSHOP IN GRAFTON The Grafton Historical Society will conduct its first genealogy workshop on Saturday, March 19th, 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM at the Grafton Town Hall. Do you want to know where to start? This is the workshop for you. Learn the basics: How to start... where to look on the internet. This class is for those with little or no experience. We will have hands-on computer use, templates and brochures to help you start your search and hints to help you be more productive. RSVP:historicgrafton@aol.com or call Dorothy at 641-9660 to reserve your place today!

INDOOR FLEA MARKET The Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, located at 3rd Ave. & 111th Street in North Troy, will be holding an Indoor Flea Market on Saturday, March 19th. $25 per space. Dealers must call 235-2432 to reserve.

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Cars on consignment, and we buy cars. Call for details. 286-3350

MYRTLE BEACH BUS TRIP Attention Seniors! The Sand Seniors will be hosting a Myrtle Beach Bus Trip on September 11th to 17th, (7 days and 6 nights). Luxury motor coach tour. Magnificent hotel accommodations. Incredible meals! Visits to the Carolina Opry Show, Magnolia Plantation, Brookgreen Gardens, Hollywood Show at the Palace and Alabama Theatres, Guided tour of Charleston, Broadway at the Beach and much, much more! Only $625 per person double occupancy, additional $180 for single. $75 saves seat! Early reservation strongly suggested. Call Laura Stevans at 674-0050

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Rensselaer County ’s Troy Senior Center, 19 Third Street, will hold an AARP Driver Safety Program Class for senior citizens. The date is Tuesday, March 22, 9:00 am to 3:30 pm. This will reduce your car insurance by 10%. The cost is $12.00 per person for all AARP members and $14.00 for all others. To register for the course, call the Troy Senior Center’s office at 2705539 or stop in to sign up.

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AARP DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE (Date Change) Rensselaer County ’s Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road, Grafton will be holding an AARP Safe Driving Course, Tuesday, April 19th, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., with a break at noon for lunch. Save up to 10% on your car insurance! The cost will be $12.00 for AARP members and $14.00 for nonmembers. Please call Penny at 279-3413 for reservations – SPACES ARE LIMITED!

DEFENSIVE DRIVING CLASSES OFFERED Don’s Drivers Training and Eagle Mills Driver Safety Education are proud to present our exclusive PowerPoint presentation of NTSI’s 6 hour Defensive Driving Course, Traffic Survival Workshop. Interactive and fast moving, covers all required material, and very well received, the time will go by faster than you expect. This class is NYS DMV approved and will reduce your auto insurance by 10% off of collision, liability and no-fault for 3 years and remove up to 4 points from your driver’s license. Our spring class schedule is as follows: • Sunday, April 3rd, Knights of Columbus 255 Remsen St, Cohoes. • Sunday, May 15th, American Legion, 35 Cohoes Avenue, Green Island. • Saturday, June 11th, Brunswick Grange Hall, Corner of Routes 7 & 142 (behind Stewarts), Troy. • Sunday, June 12th, Brunswick Grange Hall, Corner of Routes 7 & 142 (behind Stewarts), Troy. All classes are $35 per person, 9-3:30, and doors open at 8:30AM for registration. Hurry! LIMITED SEATS AVAILABLE and this class sells out fast every time! If you have been cooped up all winter with the cold and snow, now is your chance to get out for a day, meet people, and benefit from insurance reduction for three years! To enroll, call Michele at 225-0462 or e-mail us at driverclasses@aol.com. Please drive safely!

DEFENSIVE DRIVING CLASS Attention All New York State Drivers: It’s time to take or renew your defensive driving class! There will be a NYS DMV approved six hour defensive driving class at Brunswick (Brittonkill) Central School, March 28 & 30, 6:30 - 9:30 PM both nights. This course saves NYS Licensed Drivers up to 4 points off your license and 10% off insurance rates for three years. Cost: $40. Sign up on the schools web site under Continuing Education, or Call Rose Craft, 279-4600, ext. 2802. This class is sponsored by NTSI and is being taught by Michael Bromm with 19 years of defensive driving instruction.

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The Lansingburgh Royals 14under travel team is looking for a couple of players for the 2011 season. If interested, contact Matt Johnson at 2835984 or John Debboli at 2727734 to schedule a try-out.

Meet the Staff~Tour the Facility Medicaid, Private Insurance & Private Pay Accepted For more information call (518) 758-6222, ext. 3408 Roseann and Jerry Vye of Castleton, NY are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Samantha Rose Vye to Anthony Michael Ayala, son of Susan Ayala and Anthony Forte of Long Island, NY. Samantha is a 2005 graduate of Maple Hill High School, a 2007 graduate of Mohawk Valley Community College, Utica, NY, where she has earned in Sports Medicine, and a 2009 graduate of Russell Sage College, Troy, NY having earned a Bachelors degree in Health Sciences. Samantha is currently working towards completing her Master's Degree in Occupational Therapy at Sage Graduate School this coming December. She is employed part-time with Needham Risk Management Group, Albany, NY. Anthony is a 2004 graduate of Sachem High School, a 2006 graduate of SUNY Delhi earning Associate's Degree in Carpentry and Masonry. Anthony also holds a Certificate in Electrical from SUNY Delhi. He is employed as a carpenter with HRS Construction in Rensselaer, NY. Samantha and Anthony are planning a June 2, 2012 wedding.

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AVERILL PARK ROAD RUNNERS YOUTH CLUB IS NOW TAKING REGISTRATIONS The Averill Park Road Runners Youth Club is now taking registrations for the 2011 Track & Field Season. The club is open to anyone ages 7-14 who likes to run, jump, throw and most of all, have FUN! (You do not have to be a resident of the Averill Park School District.) Kids can choose from many events including sprints, distance running, hurdles, long jump, high jump, shot put, turbo javelin and discus. Practices will be held Monday & Thursday evenings at the Averill Park High School, with several meets throughout the season. The season will run from April 25th through June and finish with the Junior Olympics. Registration is now available on our website at www.aproadrunners.com. The registration fee is only $40, plus uniform if needed. A $15.00 late fee will be added on April 1st. There is a $10 sibling discount. Membership in the United States Track and Field Association ($20) is also required to participate and provides insurance coverage. Call Kathy Slyer at 859-2081 if you need help with registration or have questions about the team. We are a parent run organization and parental involvement is required. This is a great place for children to try something different, make new friends, get exercise and have fun! All abilities and skill levels are welcome. See you at the track!!

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Roseann and Jerry Vye of Castleton, NY are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Jacklyn Leann Vye to Jared David Martin, son of Lisa and Randy Martin, Canton, NY. Jacklyn is a 2007 graduate of Maple Hill High School and a 2010 graduate, magna cum laude, of the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, earning a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration. She is in graduate di ih S h C l bi

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studies with Southern Columbia University. Jacklyn is employed by the Needham Risk Management Group in Albany, NY as an Environmental Safety & Health Technician. Jared is a 2004 graduate of Canton Central High School and a 2010 graduate of Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts where he earned a Bachelor's degree in Sociology. Jared is employed as a Loss Prevention Coordinator with Hannaford Brothers, Inc. Jacklyn and Jared are planning to marry on October 22, 2011.

Pandora bracelet, has sentimental value, vic. of LBS tanning salon & Hannaford, Wynantskill. Call Jeanna 937-1919

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