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EGCSD HOSTS BULLYING PREVENTION PROGRAM FOR SCHOOL COMMUNITY The East Greenbush Central School District will host Barbara Coloroso, an internationally recognized speaker, consultant and author on parenting and bullying. Mrs. Coloroso’s visit is intended to raise awareness of the issues surrounding bullying and help educate parents, students and staff on ways they can prevent bullying in our schools and community. A community forum, featuring Mrs. Coloroso, will be held on Thursday, March 24th, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., in the Columbia High School Auditorium (located on Luther Road in East Greenbush). During the school day on the 24th, Mrs. Coloroso will also present her anti-bullying message to the District’s schools. Additionally, at a Professional Development program scheduled for March 25th, she will instruct the District’s staff on identifying the signs and symptoms of bullying and provide guidance on the prevention of bullying in school. Mrs. Coloroso’s presentations is part of the District’s ongoing effort to provide a safe school environment that promotes dignity and respect, and is free from bullying, intimidation and harassment. In 2010 the Board of Education adopted a policy on bullying prevention and made it a District goal to provide programs and initiatives that deter bullying and promote tolerance and respect. Each of the seven schools within the District have programs in place to address bullying, and antibullying efforts. These topics have also been a focus of the District’s professional development. The Dignity for All Students Act, a New York State law that goes into effect in 2012, requires that all school districts develop procedures which create an environment free of discrimination and harassment and establish guidelines for training school personnel in these matters. Barbara Coloroso is an international bestselling author and, for the past 38 years, she has been recognized as an international speaker and consultant on parenting, teaching, school discipline, positive school climate, bullying, grieving, nonviolent conflict resolution and restorative justice. She has appeared on Oprah, CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN and NPR and has been featured in the New York Times, Time, U.S. News & World Report, Newsweek, and other national and international publications. Her presentations will be paid for through grant money, professional development funds, and fundraising efforts coordinated by the East Greenbush Central School District’s Board of Education.
Sarah (Jennifer Pyle) teaches Caleb (Jared DeWolf) and Anna (Olivia Fischer) a song in Sarah, Plain and Tall. Circle Theatre Players presents Sarah, Plain and Tall, the play with music for all ages, adapted from the Newbury awardwinning book by Joseph Robinette, opening on Fri., March 25th, at 8pm. Directed by CarolLynn Langley the production continues on March 26 & April 1 & 2 at 8pm and Sundays, March 27 & April 3 at 2:30pm. The story of a widowed Kansas farmer with two children, who places an ad in the newspapers and who is seeking a wife. A spinster from Maine responds. “Yes, I can sing. I will come by train, I will wear a yellow bonnet, I am plain & tall” Sarah travels to Kansas for a month’s stay in order to determine whether or not she’ll make the move permanent. A gentle tale of wisdom, humor, & family. Tickets are $16, under 18 - $10, and reservations can be made at 518-674-2007 or www.slcactp.org. The Sand Lake Center for the Arts is located at 2880 NY 43, one half mile east of the blinking light in Averill Park, NY. There is plenty of free parking.
KIWANIS CLUB OF SAND LAKE WELLNESS PROGRAM On Saturday, May 21, 2011, the Kiwanis Club of Sand Lake will be sponsoring a wellness program at the Averill Park High School. AMBA Blood Screening will be offered for the $35.00 AMBA Blood Screening fee, plus a separate $5.00 donation at the door to the Kiwanis Club of Sand Lake. A script is required from your physician and several optional tests are available for an additional fee with a separate script. This is a unique opportunity to have your blood checked for a very low fee. Even if you have insurance, the cost of this screening is much lower than most deductibles. If you don’t have insurance, these tests would normally cost much more. To make an appointment, call 1-800-234-8888, Mon.- Fri., 8:30 am – 5:00 pm. Please provide your physician name and address at the time of the call. For more information on the Kiwanis Club of Sand Lake, its projects, members, etc., please visit our website at http:// sandlakekiwanis.org, or email us at sandlakekiwanis@ nycap.rr.com, or P.O. Box 535, West Sand Lake, NY 12196.
USAGE INCREASE FOR COUNTY DRUG TIP LINE Drug Investigators have seen an increase in the number of Rensselaer County residents using the county drug tip line. Anyone with information on illegal or suspicious activity is encouraged to call the Rensselaer County drug / crime tip line at 518-270-0128. All calls will be treated as confidential information. These are a few of the cases that were initiated by tipsters. ~Undersheriff Patrick A. Russo, Rensselaer Co. Sheriff’s Office
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NASSAU SYNAGOGUE AND JCC HOSTING ANNUAL PASSOVER FAMILY WORKSHOP The Nassau Synagogue and Jewish Community Center, located on Route 20 in Nassau, will be hosting their Annual Passover Family Workshop on Sunday, April 3rd, from 11:00-12:30 p.m. Families with children of all ages are invited to experience this exciting hands-on workshop which will prepare you for the upcoming Passover holiday. This year, Kate Lozier, local Judaic craftsman, will lead us in a Passover poster making project. Using a variety of artistic media, each participant will create his/her own individual poster containing important Passover symbols, traditions and mitzvot. This poster can be used yearly to remind families of the special significance of this major Jewish holiday. In addition, Pam Tatar, Nassau Synagogue Hebrew School teacher and Judaic artist, will be directing a matzah baking class which has become an annual tradition at the Nassau Synagogue. Matzah pizza will be served as a lunch snack following the class. The cost of the family workshop is $3 per person. If you are interested in attending, please call Lynn Gross at 732-4037 by March 29th.
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ANIMAL CRUELTY COALITION: THE FACTS Letter to the Editor: The Animal Cruelty Task Force was created in 2007 to “provide the police with a list of individuals who could be called upon to assist with investigations.” Regarding the concerns that coalition members were identifying themselves as “investigators,” the Legislature approved such designation in resolution G-287-09. The role and actions of the task force have never once exceeded the mission we were granted. The Legislature cannot point to any incident of harassment to the farming community. We have consistently operated professionally, with respect for our Charter, and New York law. The task force requested on several occasions a personal meeting with Mr. Ken Herrington, a legislator, who drafted the resolution rescinding our power, to ascertain and address his concerns. Co-founder and renowned retired New York State Trooper Susan McDonough wrote Mr. Herrington a letter reiterating our purpose and activities. We never received a response. With the exception of egregious cases, our first approach was always to educate rather than arrest. There have been several animal cruelty cases in Rensselaer County where we have been asked to comment on the application of the law, most recently the Bobby Clow case, where Clow shot a pet dog with a 44 magnum out of anger and revenge and was not prosecuted under Buster’s Law. Even the author of Buster’s Law, Assemblyman Jim Tedisco, was appalled at this misapplication of the law. Had we not met with the District Attorney’s office in the wake of the Skye Feathers case, where a pet horse was brutally stabbed to death, that case too would have been incorrectly prosecuted as a misdemeanor. Animal cruelty is a crime, and yes, an uncomfortable topic for many. But it is still a crime and needs to be addressed by individuals who thoroughly understand the law and how it should be applied consistent with legislative intent. It is located in the Agriculture and Markets Law rather than the Penal Code; consequently police are often not adequately trained in enforcing this law. The Department of Agriculture and Markets does not assist in animal cruelty investigations, and never has, contrary to the perception of at least one legislator who advised a concerned citizen that Ag. and Mkts. could assist police, now that the task force is defunct. Martin Luther King, Jr. once said “our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” We are proud of the ethical, above-board, hard work we have done. We will become incorporated and continue to work for the animals and the people who care about them, whether we have the backing of these elected officials or not. ~Valerie Lang, J.D., M.L.S. - Glass Lake
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A host of family members, friends and government officials joined Rensselaer County Executive Kathleen M. Jimino (standing, right of center) and members of the Honor-A-Deceased Veteran Committee in commemorating the life and service of Navy Veteran John Melvin Hall. The late John Melvin Hall, who served aboard the USS Constellation and the USS Pittsburgh during more than two years in the United States Navy during World War II, was recently recognized by Rensselaer County’s Honor-A-Deceased Veteran committee and County officials. Hall was involved in a pair of historical nautical and naval rescue missions during his service aboard the USS Pittsburgh. The first rescue took place shortly after March 14, 1945 when his ship dashed to rescue the carrier USS Franklin and her crew while fighting against air attacks from Japanese land-based aircraft and eventually towing the seriously-damaged ship to safety. Then, on June 5, 1945, the USS Pittsburgh weathered violent typhoons southeast of the Ryukyu Islands, and, while no lives were lost, Hall sustained the scars from rescuing fellow sailors in chemical-soaked, burning waters, following a time when his ship was hit with waves large enough to destroy the port catapult carrying the float plane. For his service, Hall was authorized to receive the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal with One Bronze Service Star, along with the World War II Victory Medal, Hall received his honorable discharge from the United States Navy on December 21, 1945. “Like so many of his generation John Hall took it upon himself to defend our nation and the rights we hold so dear by joining in the war effort as a member of the United States Navy where he bravely served,” said Rensselaer County Executive Kathleen M. Jimino.
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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WYNANTSKILL BOE TO HOLD BUDGET WORKSHOP The Wynantskill Union Free School District Board of Education will hold a Budget Workshop on Wednesday, March 30, 2011, at 7:00 p.m. in the School Library / Media Center. The purpose of this workshop is to discuss the 2011-2012 School Budget.
LOVE LUTHERAN CHURCH The Season of Lent is all about forgiveness and what God has done in Jesus Christ that we might be forgiven. Each Sunday during Lent, Vicar Henry will preach on this miracle of grace. His sermon on Sunday, March 27th, beginning at 10:00 a.m. is: “A Family Forgiven,” based on Luke 7: 40-48. Come join us as we continue our walk towards Easter and the empty tomb. Love Lutheran Church continues its mid-week Lenten worship with Part Four of the Miracles of Lent series: “The Miracle of the Splitting Rocks.” Join us in our new casual worship center on Wednesday, March 30th, beginning at 7:00 p.m. Love Lutheran church is located just off Route 20, Middlesex Rd., to Pheasant Lane, East Greenbush. Phone: (518) 4778685, E-mail: LLC50@Verizon.net.
NEW TIME FOR RENSSELAER COMMON COUNCIL MEETING On January 19, 2011, the Rensselaer Common Council passed a Local Law changing the time of the Common Council Meeting. The meeting time will be held at 7:00 p.m. with the public portion starting at 6:30 p.m. Public Hearings will be held directly following the public portion of the meeting. All public meeting are posted outside the City Clerk’s Office in Rensselaer City Hall or on the City’s Web page www.rensselaerny.gov If you have any questions regarding the above, please feel free to contact the City Clerk’s Office. ~Maureen G. Nardacci, City Clerk - City of Rensselaer
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“RACE TO NOWHERE” “Race to Nowhere” is a documentary film examining the pressures faced by young people, teachers and parents in our highstakes, high-pressure public and private education system and culture. Race to Nowhere is a call to mobilize families, educators, experts and policy makers to examine current assumptions on how to best prepare the youth of America to become healthy, bright, contributing and leading citizens of today and for the future. “Race to Nowhere” will be screened at Averill Park High School on Monday, April 4th, at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are available online at the http://www.rtnaverillparkhs.event brite.com/. Tickets are $10.00 online or $15.00 at the door. Anyone interested in children or the future of our country should see this film. More information on the film can be found at http://www.racetonowhere.com.
MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR JACK WILLIAMS ~Flea Mkt., Crafts, Bake Sale~ The V.F.W. Post 7338, Hays Road in East Greenbush will hold a Flea Market & Crafts on April 2nd, from 10AM to 4PM. There will also be a bake sale. Our condolences to the family & friends of Jack Williams. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. He will be missed. A Memorial Service for Jack will be held on April 3rd at 1PM at the V.F.W. Post 7338 on Hays Road in E. Greenbush.
EMPTY BOWLS EVENT-RETURNS! SPONSORED BY THE AVERILL PARK KEY CLUB Want a night off from cooking that benefits a great cause? Join the Averill Park Clubs on Tuesday, April 12th, in the high school cafeteria for Empty Bowls! Empty Bowls is a wonderful event in which you can purchase a bowl, made by the Averill Park ceramic students, for $10. Then from 4-6:30 join us for a feast of soup and bread, donated by local restaurants and the Food and Nutrition classes at APHS. During the event you will be entertained by the APHS Jazz Band, The AP Faculty Players and some area professionals. The best part is when you’re done, you can keep your one-ofa-kind bowl. Proceeds of the dinner go to the local Regional Food Bank. So buy your ticket for this event from a Key Club or AP Student Government member or by stopping in at Averill Park High School on April 12 from 4-6:30pm. Please contact the Averill Park clubs to reserve tickets by email or if you have questions at firstname.lastname@example.org, subject Empty Bowls.
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IMMACULATE CONCEPTION COMMUNITY GARDEN OPENING SOON The Parishioners of Immaculate Conception Church, New Lebanon, are offering garden plots again during this growing season for a very modest fee. Residents of New Lebanon and surrounding communities may use the basic 400 square foot plot for $15.00, or increase to 800 square feet for only $25.00. A meeting of all who wish to use the garden this year will take place on Sunday, March 27, at 10:15 am, in the main church. The plots, which are on US Route 20, adjacent to the church, are supplied with garden hoses and are fenced all around. Dream Builders of Lebanon Valley will till the soil after the ground has thawed. The acreage receives full sun, and is ideal for typical spring and summer crops, such as lettuce, carrots, beans, tomatoes, cucs, squash, a variety of herbs and sunloving flowers. Gardeners supply their own plants or seeds and are responsible for watering, weeding and general maintenance of their section. Save money, enjoy the outdoors, and savor the flavor of fresh-picked vegetables for your table. For more information, please call Pat, 518-794-9153.
$1,000 SCHOLARSHIPS TO BE AWARDED The Schaghticoke Fair announces that ten $1000.00 scholarships will be awarded to current New York State high school seniors and also students enrolled in college. The New York State Association of Agricultural Fairs and the New York State Show People’s Association sponsor the scholarships. The qualifying students must be active at the Schaghticoke Fair or with the New York State Show People’s Association. All applicants from Rensselaer County must submit their applications through the Schaghticoke Fair or the NYSSA no later than Friday, April 8th. Information is available at the Schaghticoke Fair Office, 69 Stillwater Bridge Road, Schaghticoke, NY 12154, through Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rensselaer County and from local high school offices. Applications must be printed and completed from the web at www.nyfairs.org. For more information, contact the Schaghticoke Fair office at 753-4411.
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Fred Hellmuth of East Greenbush receives a Commendation Certificate from Councilwoman Sue Mangold With a smile a mile wide, Fred Hellmuth of East Greenbush accepted a Certificate of Recognition at the East Greenbush Town B oard Meeting on March 16th. Council woman Sue Mangold introduced a resolution commending Mr. Hellmuth on “walking his Three Thousandth Mile” which met with unanimous approval from her associates. Since October 2002, Fred Hellmuth has walked a mile every day, and his unbroken pattern reached the impressive milestone on March 9th. “This is a significant personal achievement, said Ms. Mangold, but more than that it is a wonderful example for all of us.” There are so many programs now encouraging healthy physical activity for children as well as seniors, and here we have a neighbor who is showing us how. Who wouldn’t benefit from a little time out in the fresh air, to clear our heads and calm our souls?, she continued. Fred’s steady dedication to his daily trek shows that it is doable and effective. At the age of 83, Fred Hellmuth continues to be active in business as the owner of Higgins Forms and Systems.
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STORM WATER UPDATE (Introduction to Stormwater Pollution Prevention) Water pollution is generally thought of coming from spills, factories and catastrophic events. Unfortunately, a lot of water pollution, especially that is found in streams, lakes and rivers, comes from actions that we all do regularly. Much of the pollution now found in streams, lakes and rivers comes from runoff from rain and snowmelt. The rain flows along roofs, streets, sidewalks and yards until it runs into a catch basin or ditch and then flows through the stormwater system to the nearest downhill body of water. All that time, it is picking up dirt, bacteria and chemicals, which become water pollution. When the dirt and chemicals hit a stream, they don’t do anything dramatic like kill off the fish population – at least not right away. The stream can get silted in and cause flooding. The chemicals can cause algae to grow wild and turn the water or underlying rocks green. The bacteria can cause illness in people and animals drinking or swimming in the water. This is the first of a series that will help residents learn how they can help keep their waters clean, and explain programs that their local governments are doing to that end. ~The Rensselaer County MS4 Communities
INCREASE IN AWARDS ELMER E. STAHLMAN SCHOLARSHIP The 1955 class of Averill Park Central School District #1, founders of the fund honoring Elmer E. Stahlman, proudly announce an increase in awards. First award of $250 given in 1996 is our history. This year 2 awards of each $500 will aid two graduates of Averill Park High School who will continue their education in pursuit of teaching. From 1929-1959 The First 50 Years the following salary - Mr. Stahlman $2,000 per year; Teachers: Mrs. Dorothy England Business Education, Miss Lyda Herrington - English & Latin, Miss Mary Fitzpatrick - Mathematics and French, Elmer E. Stahlman - Science and History, Miss Marie Vining - 5th & 6th grades, Miss Florence McNulty - 3rd & 4th grades, Miss Jane Roberts - 1st & 2nd grades, and 1937 school nurse Miss Frances White earned $700 per year for 2 days a week. Well earned honor by “Prof” Stahlman for years of service, consideration for students and commitment to education inspires the Class of 1955 to increase support to graduates. Many good wishes to encourage you to attain your goal. Contributions to the fund can be sent to Averill Park High School, 146 Gettle Road, Averill Park, NY 12018 (noting E. E. Stahlman Scholarship Fund).
NASSAU SYNAGOGUE HEBREW SCHOOL 2nd FRIDAY NIGHT SERVICE The Nassau Synagogue Hebrew School, located at Route 20 in Nassau, will be conducting the second of their Friday night services this year on March 25th at 6:30 p.m. The Hebrew School students, grades 2-7, under the direction of teachers Fred Rheingold, Pam Tatar and Stacey Rattner, will be chanting and singing portions from the Friday night liturgy. An Oneg Shabbat will follow the service. For more information, call Lynn Gross, Administrative Coordinator at 732-4037.
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NEW LEBANON FOUNDATION TRIVIA NIGHT The New Lebanon Foundation will hold a Trivia Night on March 25th from 7pm-9pm at the Stephentown Fire Hall. Test your trivia knowledge while enjoying time with a team of up to six members. Glenn Kirsch will serve as Master of Ceremonies. Refreshments will be available for purchase. A Silent Auction and 50/50 Drawing will add to the entertainment. If you would like to donate to the Silent Auction, need information, or would like to register, call Barbara Ruhe at 794-9490. The cost is $10/person. All proceeds benefit the New Lebanon Arts and Humanities Fund.
GREENBUSH CEMETERY ASSN. ANNUAL MEETING The Greenbush Cemetery Association, Inc. will hold the Annual Meeting on March 31st, in the lounge of the Greenbush Reformed Church at the time of 7PM. All lot owners are welcome to attend this meeting. For further information, please call Bobbie Reno, President at 465-7938.
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“BELLE OF THE BALL” CLOTHING COLLECTION & SALE AT ST. HENRY’S Are you starting your spring cleaning? St. Henry’s Youth Ministry will gladly take any of your dresses, business attire and accessories (ex. shoes, jewelry or purses). The collection days will be March 26th, 10am-5pm; March 27th, 8am-1pm; April 2nd, 10am-5pm; April 3rd, 8am-1pm. The sale will be held on April 9th, from 10am-5pm, as well as April 10th, from 8am1pm. The collection and sale will take place at St. Henry’s Church located at 39 Old Route 66, Averill Park, NY 12018, directly across from Crystal Cove. Questions or concerns? Email email@example.com or call 518-944-6896.
DEACON QUINN TO LEAD STATIONS OF THE CROSS IN NEW LEBANON: On Friday, March 25th, the Seniors’ Ministry of Immaculate Conception/St. Joseph Parish, New Lebanon, will host their regular monthly get-together at 11:30AM, starting in the main church at 732 US Route 20, New Lebanon. Deacon Peter Quinn will lead the traditional Lenten prayer known as “Stations of the Cross,” and all in the community are invited to attend. Following the devotion, all will be welcomed at the parish hall for a hot lunch and a discussion about hair care. Because the weather caused a cancellation of the February program, stylist Deb McLaughlin returns this month to provide information about hair care as it is affected by the aging process. She will speak about cut, color and permanent wave techniques, as well as some of the effects of medication on the structure and growth of hair. Deb is the owner of Deb’s Shear Perfection salon in New Lebanon and has been a stylist for more than 20 years. Everyone from the community is invited for Stations of the Cross, lunch, and Deb’s presentation, at no charge. Please call Mary Linton, 518-733-0469, for more information.
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EGCSD ANNOUNCES COLUMBIA H.S. HONOR ROLLS The East Greenbush Central School’s Columbia High School announces their Honor Students for the 2010/2011 school year’s second quarter. The following students have earned the privilege to appear on the school’s Principal’s Honor Roll List. Based on non-weighted numerical average, these students are in the top five percent from each grade level: (FRESHMAN) John Bond III, Lindsay Collins, Joshua Cucueco, Erin Dickie, David Klee, Alyssandra Lang, Emily Lopez, Daniel Macke, Christina McDonald, Jordan McKosky, Mackenzie Nichols, Cali Palumbo, Grace Pazienza, Nicholas Sergay, Julia Smead, Kevin Smith, Julia Verdon, Tallis Warren, Connor Weeks, Brooke Wojeski, Chelsea Wojeski, Kristin Wood (SOPHOMORES) Eric Assaf, MaryKatherine Chester, Tanner Chester, Tammy Coffey, Caitlin Cooper, Kiersten Cosgrove, Megan Crock, Philip Danaher, Ali Gruett, Deanna Helm, Rachel Karwelat, Eva Kiehl, Lukas Kiehl, Nicole Kirby, Morgan Kolakowski, Mark Motler, Anthony Panetta, Emily White (JUNIORS) Katherine Amato, Annette Brocks, Christian Burek, Brian Cahill, Royce Duda, Ryan Hogan, Jacob Isenhart, Kristi Jones, Katherine Lindemann, Emily Manny, Sarah McHugh, Courtney Meddaugh, Jamie Mertz, James O’Hara, Erica Otterbeck, Laura Patrick, Lydia Pazienza, Mark Schaefer, Nicholas Whitney (SENIORS) Brittany Alescio, Sarah Ashback, Anna Boughtwood, Dimitri Dyatlov, Dylan Glebatis, Hannah Johnson, Ari Karo, Stephanie King, Kristin Kirby, Janet Mayor, Avani Patel, Eleah Peal, Matthew Peasley, Orianna Rubin, Danielle Signor, Bethany Sluus, Alan Vlieg, and Elise Weir. 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It was disturbing to learn that the Rensselaer County Animal Protection Coalition has been disbanded by the county legislature. This is of particular concern as we are working with others in Washington County, writing a plan for our own anticruelty task force. This plan is being modeled after the Rensselaer County Task Force. Having spent a great deal of time studying the design, procedures, and actions of this task force, we feel compelled to weigh in on recent events. The Legislature “became concerned about coalition members identifying themselves as ‘investigators’ when looking into animal cruelty cases.” We find this puzzling as the Legislature approved this designation (Resolution G-287-09). The members of the Coalition are intelligent and knowledgeable professionals, committed to following the law. They have operated within the framework granted to them by the Legislature. They have educated police officers in recognizing and responding to animal cruelty cases. They have assisted the police with animal cruelty investigations and in doing so they have helped reduce the burden placed on law enforcement. Above all they have educated the public in recognizing and reporting animal cruelty. The general public greatly supports anti-cruelty initiatives. Anyone who feels that cruelty toward animals does not deserve the attention it is receiving here, needs only to look at the documentation of animal cruelty as a “bridge crime” to cruelty toward human beings. Our government leaders need to act against cruelty to animals and stop this progression in its initial stages. The Coalition has been highly effective in doing just that. District Attorney McNally has said that an “advisory group” will be created to fill the role the coalition was initially created to serve. In our opinion, the Coalition has served in this role exactly as it was created. It appears that the Legislature is more interested in advice than action. Perhaps the citizens of Rensselaer County should begin the search for political candidates who value action. We are confident that the Coalition will endure, will be even more effective, and will remain a model for the rest of us. ~Linda J. Nadeau & Chris Boudreau, Director/Manager Quaintance House Animal Protective League/First Step to Harmony Hospital Ltd., Greenwich, NY Editors Note: The above article does not necessarily reflect the opinion or endorsement of the Editor or the Staff of THE ADVERTISER, and for all intents and purposes is impossible to verify the truth and veracity of its contents.
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452-8412 CHURCH OF THE COVENANT WELCOMES THE COMMUNITY The Church of the Covenant welcomes the community to a stimulating time of worship! We are fully accessible and follow a Safe Sanctuaries policy to insure safety for children and adults. Sunday Morning Schedule for March 27, 2011, Third Sunday in Lent. Mission Focus: Joseph’s House, family shelter in Troy. Paul Dellio speaking. Pastor Merry preaching. 8:30 am Informal Worship with Communion; 9:15 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. Sunday School for children and adults; 10:30 Worship with choir and organ. Professional child care provided. 11:30 am Fellowship Hour • Friday, March 25th, 12:00 noon worship - The Rev. Jim Hulihan of Trinity and Gilead Lutheran churches preaching, Church of the Covenant providing soup/sandwich lunch at 12:30. Lunch is $5, proceeds beyond expenses go to REACH. • Sunday, April 3, joint service at Church of the Covenant with Salem UM Church. Empty Bowls luncheon, 12:00 noon to 2:00 pm, in the Social Hall to benefit the Heifer Project. Free will offering for soup and bread; bring your own bowl or you may use the church bowls. Soup provided by area restaurants and members of the congregation. Church Office hours 8:30 am - 1:30 pm, Monday through Friday. The Church of the Covenant, United Methodist, the round church near the blinker in Averill Park. Pastor Merry Watters, phone 674-3664, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
NORTH GREENBUSH KIWANIS SPEAKER “SCHOOL BULLYING” The North Greenbush Kiwanis lecture series continues in April. On April 6, 2011 at 6:45 p.m., we will be presenting an informative and timely speaker. Please join us as Trooper George Murphy presents a look at “School Bullying” and the issues and concerns surrounding this growing epidemic. This lecture is open to all the community free of charge. We ask that you do RSVP by March 31, 2011 to email@example.com or (518) 285-0065 in order to reserve a seat. The program will be held in the banquet room at Nichi’s Restaurant, Main Avenue, Wynantskill, NY.
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NEW DATE for “GASLAND” IN NASSAU The date for showing the film “Gasland” at the Nassau Free Library has been changed to April 1st at 6 p.m. The movie will be followed by Q&A session led by a representative from the area geological society. Space is limited, so please call the library at 766-2715 to register.
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HOW DID THIS HAPPEN? Letter to the Editor: On March 10, 2011, The Advertiser published one of the most disgusting letters that I ever read! Not the words used but what they expressed. The letter was from one of our county legislators assailing one of our county Judges. The charge of how could he think for himself when the Democratic Party had already told him how to think. Mr. Hammond, are we to believe that it is only the democrats committee that can think and that we should all step in line as we are told? It did not work for Hitler and for sure it will not work in America! How dare you, too think that it is un-American to think for ones self! The Judge was elected by the people, he was not appointed by a committee to serve an elite group! But for all person before his court! Does not the hypocrite oath mean anything to you? You should stop and reflect on the trend of the Nov 2010 election. The vote went against the democrats only because they held more seats. The vote was against men like you. The people are fed up with this scenario. Men holding positions in both town and county, School board members with spouses employed in that district. Getting their benefits and salary package from the people they sleep with. But that’s ok because the parties know best what the people need, so don’t worry about what they think their needs are. Keith Hammond said it was ok and he is a democrat! I have asked the question... How many employees of the Town/county know their job descriptions? It appears that you did not nor do not know! As one county legislator said, it took him eight years to learn the job! Yet he was quick to say he was the best person for the job? Judge Jacon is best for the job. He even knew the job before he took it! ~Paul T. Miller – Defreestville, AKA: The Old Deacon Editors Note: The above article does not necessarily reflect the opinion or endorsement of the Editor or the Staff of THE ADVERTISER, and for all intents and purposes is impossible to verify the truth and veracity of its contents.
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The Sand Lake Center for the Arts gallery will exhibit the monotype abstractions of Yvonne Welch from April 1 May 15. The images are pure abstractions, but are alive with the interplay of planes of pure color. The color planes abut, overlap, and penetrate each other producing a vital energy. An occasional brushstroke will reinforce the dynamism, but it is mostly the play of gorgeous tones that provides the sheer dance of the images. The gallery is located at 2880 NY 43, one half mile east of the blinking light in Averill Park, NY. Gallery hours are free and open Wed. & Fri. from 10am-12pm and Sundays from 1-3pm and by appt. A free, and open to the public artist reception will be held on Sunday, April 10th, from 13pm. Call 518-674-2007 or visit www.slca-ctp.org for more information.
THE STATIONS OF THE CROSS St. Henry’s Catholic Church invites all to pray the Stations of the Cross - an ancient meditation of Jesus’ journey the last hours of his life. Teencreated 16"x 20" artistic interpretations of each station hang on the interior walls of St. Henry’s church this Lent hoping to guide you on a journey you won’t soon forget. Stop in St. Henry’s to pray the stations independently anytime the church is open or on community Fridays at 7PM during Lent. Daily morning mass is at 8AM. Individual Reconciliation is Saturdays from 3:00-3:30PM. Community Reconciliation is April 12th at 7PM. St. Henry’s is a welcoming community.
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FRIENDS OF OAKWOOD CEMETERY’S 10th ANNUAL DAFFODIL BRUNCH 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 not-forprofit, 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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The East Greenbush Fire Company is hosting a series of Fish & Chips Fundraiser Dinners beginning on Friday, March 25th. We will also hold the event on Friday, April 1st and 8th. The event will feature a Fish Fry Dinner with Fries and Cole Slaw for $8.50, Clam Roll Dinner with Fries and Cole Slaw for $7.50 and a Dog Dinner with 2 Hot Dogs, Fries and Cole Slaw for $6.50. We will also be serving New England and Manhattan Clam Chowder for $3.50 per bowl, Sweet Potato Fries $4 and Cheddar Fries for $3. The East Greenbush Fire Company, will be hosting the benefit fish fry dinner at our Fire Station at 68 Phillips Road from 5PM to 8PM starting on Friday, March 25th. Come and enjoy a good meal with a great atmosphere! Supporters may eat-in or takeout, beverages will also be available. The proceeds of the events will benefit community projects such as youth sports team sponsorships and our scholarship program.
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!
FRIDAY FISH FRY APOLOGY Dear Neighbors and Friends, We wish to apologize to those of you who were turned away or experienced a long delay waiting for your meal at last week’s Friday Fish Fry(March 18). We sincerely appreciate your support and believe you deserve an explanation of what happened. The week before (March 11) we were very close to selling out, so we ordered 50% more fish for last week (March 18). Over the years, we have figured out what size the fish portions should be in order to allow us to deliver a reasonably priced meal in a timely fashion. We informed our supplier of the portion size, and up until last week, they had followed our instructions. Unfortunately, many of the fillets we received on the 18th were larger than they should be, but not large enough for us to cut and still provide a fair portion. Early in the evening, we decided to use them as they were delivered and hope that we had enough to serve all our customers. These larger fillets required longer cooking time and allowed for fewer fish per batch thus causing longer delays for those waiting for their meals. Because there were fewer servings per pound, we also ran out of fish. This resulted in many of our customers being told we would not be able to serve them. We deeply regret this. As you may be aware, we serve only fresh haddock that we bread ourselves. We cut all of our french fries and our coleslaw is freshly made. Our members make the chowder from scratch and the chicken breasts are prepared in our own kitchen. We work very hard to provide you with an enjoyable meal while you spend an evening with friends. We are working with our supplier to assure that this doesn’t happen again. We regret any inconvenience this incident may have caused you and hope that you will continue to join us in the future. ~The members of the South Schodack Fire Company
ROAST BEEF DINNER The East Schodack Fire Company will hold a Roast Beef Dinner on Saturday, March 26th, at the East Schodack Firehouse located at 3071 RT 150. The dinner will be served family style from 4:30 to 6:30pm. Menu includes: Roast Beef and Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Vegetables, Coleslaw and Dessert. Price: Adults/$10, Kids/$5, under 5 are free. Reservations are not required. To order take-out, call 479-3366.
FRIDAY Melvin Roads American Legion, 200 Columbia Tpk., East Greenbush will hold Friday Fish Fries for only $7.50. Includes French Fries, Slaw & Roll, Tarter / Cocktail Sauce, Hamburgers & Hot Dogs will also be available. To Go Orders Available. Serving March 11th thru April 15th from 5:30PM to 7:30PM. Sponsored by Sons of The American Legion
SIMPLE SUPPER IN SUPPORT OF THE NASSAU RESOURCE CENTER During this time of recession and job losses, the Nassau Resource Center Food Pantry has found it difficult to keep their shelves supplied. The food pantry at the Resource Center has found that more of our neighbors need to call on it, as other neighbors, who once were able to give, have found that they are unable to do as much as they once could. The Nassau Reformed Church will be holding a SIMPLE SUPPER, on Saturday, March 26th, from 4:30PM to 6:30PM in support of the Nassau Resource Center. A variety of soups, chili’s, stews and breads will be offered. For a minimum donation of $7, the Simple Supper patrons will be able to refill their bowls and sample as many as they’d like. Children six years of age and younger eat free. No reservations necessary. Come, enjoy the simple fare. The Reformed Church is located at 43 Church Street (RT 20), about a quarter-mile east of the only traffic light in Nassau; 518-766-2095.
AVERILL PARK CLASS OF 1989 REUNION MEETING The Averill Park Class of 1989 is planning a reunion and we need your help. If you are interested in helping to plan our next reunion, please join our group on Facebook for information or call Diane Doine-Hladik at 581-1644 or Jeannine Krause-Wendell at 326-2103. Everyone is welcome to attend! Our next planning meeting will take place on Tuesday, April 5th, 6:30 at the “Recovery Room” located in The Hilton Garden Hotel on Hoosick Street in Troy. If you are not available via FB or email, and would like to attend our upcoming reunion, please contact Diane or Jeannine in order to be added to our master list of classmates.
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RENSS. HIGH ALUMNI ASSN. DINNER AND DANCE BENEFIT ROAST BEEF DINNER at SALEM UMC Salem United Methodist Church of West Sand Lake will be holding a Roast Beef dinner on April 2nd from 4:30pm till 6:00pm, for the small price of $10 for adults, and a lower cost for children. The all-you-can-eat dinner will also include mashed potatoes, green beans, butternut squash, coleslaw, rolls, and a slice of one of our large selection of pies for dessert. The church is located just off Shaver Road. Reservations are appreciated (walk-ins on an available basis) by calling the church office at 674-3106. We look forward to providing the community with a wonderful dinner at a fantastic price.
SPAGHETTI & MEATBALLS DINNER First United Methodist Church located at 1 Gilligan Road, East Greenbush (off RT’s 9 & 20) will host a Spaghetti and Meatball Dinner to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society on Saturday, March 26th. Take-out begins at 4:30PM with a 1st seating at 5PM and 2nd seating at 6PM. Tickets are $10/Adults, $5/Children 6-12 and Children under 5 are free. For reservations by March 24th, please call 477-9693. Help us support a good cause. Sponsored by the United Methodist Women.
WSL FIRE CO. GIFFY’S CHICKEN BBQ The West Sand Lake Fire Company is hosting a Giffy’s Chicken BBQ on Saturday, March 26th, from 3:30 - 6PM at the West Sand Lake Fire Hall. The ½ Chicken Dinner is $10 and the ½ Chicken separate is $5. The dinner includes ½ chicken, baked potato, coleslaw, roll, butter, cookie and drink. Dinners are take-out only. For more information or reservations, please call Kris Hogle at 479-0108 or the day of the BBQ at 674-3677.
BRUNSWICK HISTORICAL SOC. SILENT AUCTION and DINNER The Brunswick Historical Society will host a Silent Auction and Dinner on Sat., April 9th, at the Brunswick Elks Lodge, 665 Brunswick Road (Rt. 2) Eagle Mills. Preview of auction items and bidding begins at 6PM. Dinner will be served at 7PM - Cash bar. Cost $25. per person. Call Betsy at 283-5915 for information and reservations. Reservations close March 28th.
ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT BREAKFAST The Black River Raiders Snowmobile Club, Inc. will be holding an All-You-Can-Eat Buffet Breakfast on Saturday, March 26th, from 8AM-11AM at the Zion’s Church (747 Taborton Rd., Sand Lake). Cost is $7/Adults, $3.00/Children 5-12 and Children under 5 are FREE. Menu includes Pancakes, Eggs, Toast, Bacon, Sausage, Homefries, Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate, Apple and Orange juice.
Rensselaer High Alumni Association invites Graduates and Friends to Dinner and Dance at beautiful Birch Hill on May 6th, from 6PM to 11PM. Proceeds to benefit the Annual Alumni Graduation Awards. Tickets are only $45 (Only 700 seats available-mail reservation fast). Mail checks and reservations to: Brad Endres at Van Rensselaer Elementary, 25 Van Rensselaer Drive, Rensselaer, N.Y. 12144. This will be the biggest and best get-together ever for Rensselaer Graduates and Friends. For questions or information, please contact: Bob Eckert at 518-326-4580, Bob Pasciullo at 518581-1744, Jim Burns at 518-463-0025 or Tessa Sedlar at Tsedlar@rcsd.k12.ny.us. Invite your friends! (Menu on facebook@ Search “Rensselaer Centennial Award”)
COLUMBIA HS 1970-1979 ALUMNI PARTY 2011 – SAVE THE DATE! Plans are being made for the annual CHS Classes of the ‘70s Alumni Party; date is set for Saturday, August 13, 2011, at the E.G. Town Park. If you are willing to assist in reaching alumni from your respective class, or can provide info about classmates, please contact me at email@example.com, via our Facebook page, or by cell 518-928-3223. This year’s party will include the 35th reunion of Class of 1976 so spread the word! Watch for more information on Classmates.com as well as the Facebook page set up for this purpose: Columbia-hs East-Greenbushny. Be sure to send us a friend request!
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Call 674-1770 for more information 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.
BBQ CHICKEN DINNER FUNDRAISER The Classie Lassie Heat 16 & Under Girls Travel Softball Team will host a BBQ Chicken Dinner Fundraiser on April 4th at Uncle Marty’s Adirondack Grill, 2930 Route 43 in Averill Park from 5-8pm. Dinner costs $10 for adults and $8 children under 10. Dinner includes Chicken, Baked Beans, and Potato Salad, Coffee or soda. Cash bar available. Pre-sale tickets and take-out are available; contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 788-1143. All proceeds to benefit the Classie Lassie Heat Girls Softball team.
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SCHOLAR ATHLETE andrew fasoldt by Kelley Haggerty
By Morgan McEvilly Hello all Averill Park Warrior fans! It has been a beautiful start to spring with great weather and clear skies. Friday, March 18th, your Lady Warriors Basketball team took on Garden City in the semi-finals and had the fans on the edge of their seats the entire game. Bridget Carney made the gamewinning basket as time ran out to give the final seed to Averill Park over Garden City. The end score being 43-41; your Warriors worked very hard. The next day the Lady Warriors played in the finals at HVCC against Peekskill. Although we fell short, the final score 58-35, our girls did a fantastic job. Claire Everett with 10 points was the lead scorer for the final game of the season. Nice work girls! The spring season is starting and the first scrimmage for the girl’s lacrosse team is tomorrow at Schenectady High School. The draw will be at 4:15, so make sure you are there to cheer on the girls. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact me via email email@example.com
“BOWLING OVER POLIO” FUNDRAISER The Southern Rensselaer County Rotary will sponsor a “Bowling Over Polio” family and community fun day at SpareTime Bowling Center, Columbia Tpke., in East Greenbush on Saturday, March 26th. Session 1 will be from 1PM - 3PM and Session 2 will be from 3PM to 5PM. Cost is $12 per person for shoes and a full 2 hours of fun-filled bowling. All money raised to support Rotary’s fight to rid the World of Polio. Raffles and Prizes during each bowling session.
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APYSL SPRING REC LEAGUE REGISTRATION APYSL Spring Recreational League registration is now open. This all-play recreational league is open to players in grades K-6. Play will start the week of May 1st and run for 6 weeks. Players will have one practice followed by a game each week on the same weeknight. Grades 2 and 3 will play Tuesdays, Grades K and 1 Wednesdays, and Grades 4, 5 and 6 on Thursdays. To register, please go to www.apysl.org and follow the link provided for Spring Recreational Registration. Registration fee is $60. Please consider volunteering to coach when you register your child — No experience is necessary! Interested student referees should register as well. Think Spring!! Questions should be directed firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Senior Andrew Fasoldt is this week’s Scholar Athlete. Andrew has been playing second base for Averill Park’s varsity baseball team since he has been a sophomore. This fall Andrew played his 3rd year on varsity golf. Andrew’s favorite part of playing baseball is “the team camaraderie which is a nice change from the individual game of golf.” Throughout his high school career, Andrew has been able to maintain a 94 grade point average. Currently Andrew is taking calculus, physics, economics, participation in government, writer’s workshop, and engineering design and development. In his free time, Andrew enjoys hanging out with his friends, snowmobiling, and playing basketball. Next year Andrew is planning on going to Siena for business. After he gets his bachelor’s degree, Fasoldt wishes to continue on to law school. Andrew would like to thank his parents, siblings, grandparents, and girlfriend for helping him become the person he is today.
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SORENSCO BASEBALL SORENSCO baseball is now accepting registrations for the 2011 season. SORENSCO offers both recreational and travel baseball programs for all interested players between the ages of 13 and 18 years old. We serve players from the East Greenbush, Schodack, Rensselaer, Averill Park, Wynantskill, and Ichabod Crane School Districts. We offer a 13 year old prep league that specifically caters to the 13 year old player’s transition to the full size regulation field. We offer in house, as well as travel and all star programs at every age level. We are affiliated with the Babe Ruth, AABC, ESBL, Mickey Mantle, and Connie Mack baseball organizations. Further information can be obtained at our website: sorensco.baberuthonline.com. Registrations will also be accepted via mail per the instructions located on the web site. Further questions can be answered by emailing us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
AVERILL PARK Youth Wrestling The Averill Park youth wrestlers participated in the Dawg Duels in Cobleskill on Saturday, 3/12/ 11: Chance LaScala, Peter Flick, Sean Malenfant, Andrew Panzanaro, Spencer Butterfield, Max Tempel, Ruthann Flick, Dalton Maxfield, Jon Mainville, Nick George, Donnie Nalley, Dominick Pasquariello, Aaron Lindeman, Alyssa Lindeman, Brett LaScala, Colton Butterfield and Gavin Ackner. A dual meet is run with the wrestlers competing as a team rather then as an individual. The wrestlers did a great job for their first dual meet competition, placing 3rd and brought home a nice big trophy. Their final team scores were as follows: AP 64 to Ravena 13—AP 38 to Barn Brawlers 39—AP 36 to Cobleskill 48—AP 60 to Burnt Hills 24.
Sports Photo by Andy of the Week Flanagan Averill Park Junior Brooke O’Shea drives to the hoop against a Peekskill HS player. The Averill Park Lady Warriors faced Peekskill in the NYS Class A Girls Basketball final game at HVCC Saturday night. Peekskill came out on top 58-35. Congratulations to the Girls and Coaches for making to the final game two years in a row!
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. Pre-Registration is required! Pre-registration 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 first-come, firstserved basis. Pre-register early to be sure of a class slot. 518286-9620.
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AVERILL PARK YOUTH SOCCER LEAGUE SPRING 2011 TRAVEL SOCCER Limited space is still available on some of our teams for the 2011 spring competitive soccer season. Our competitive teams play against other youth leagues in the Capital District Youth Soccer League from late April through the end of June. APYSL has teams in the U8 through U19 divisions for players from age 7 to 17. The player registration fee is $150. If interested in this program, please contact Julia Bielawski at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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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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.
MAT AND CHAIR YOGA Yoga is a stress reliever. It improves balance, flexibility and strength. When combined with light weights, where appropriate, it can be even more beneficial. It’s free, it’s fun and there is no obligation. Wear loose clothing and let’s stretch and relax! You can join at any time. Mondays and Wednesdays (excluding holidays), from 9:00 10:30 at the Rensselaer County’s Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road in Grafton. We will start with gentle floor yoga for those who find themselves able (please bring a mat) 9:00 – 9:30, followed by an hour of chair stretching and strengthening 9:30 – 10:30 (please bring two cans of soup). Start at either 9:00 or 9:30 depending on your comfort. It’s a mind and body rejuvenation. Yoga is something people of all ages and abilities can come together and do. If you have any questions, or would like to join us for lunch following exercise, please contact the center at 279-3413.
E.G. POLICE BENEVOLENT ASSN. ANNUAL BEST BALL GOLF SCRAMBLE FUNDRAISER The East Greenbush Police Benevolent Association will be hosting its 7th Annual Best Ball Golf Scramble Fundraiser on Friday, June 3, 2011, at Burden Lake Country Club. Checkin for golfers will start at 8:30AM with breakfast being served at 9AM. The shotgun start will be at 10AM followed by a Bake at approximately 4PM. All are welcome to attend the Bake even if you haven’t participated in the golfing. Price for the golf outing, including greens fees, golf cart, goody bags, gifts, refreshments, the Bake and chances to win a NASCAR driving experience for two, a BOSE stereo system, a trip for two to Hawaii, a $500 VISA gift card and chances to win cash on money holes is $85 per person. Tickets for the Bake only are $30 per person. ALL proceeds are being donated back to many worthy organizations, events, community groups and many juvenile and senior programs, so as to continue to assist in ensuring the safety and health of our youth, seniors and community members. If you’re interested in playing or making a donation, please contact Elaine Rudzinski at 479-2525. We look forward to seeing you there!
Josh Cummings, of Schodack, recently competed at the US Speedskating Shorttrack Nationals in Wausau, Wisconsin. The three day event started with the 1500 meter race, followed by the 500 meter, 1000 meter and the 3000 meter. Josh brought home gold in the 1500, 500 and a silver medal in the 3000, giving him enough points to win the overall championship and the national title. Josh is a member of the Saratoga Winter Club, Capital District Speedskating Club and the Northern New York Skating Association. Josh is coached by Paul Marchese. Josh is a senior at Columbia High School, where he is a high honors student and a member of the National Honor Society. After graduation in June, Josh will be moving to Salt Lake City, Utah, where he will be training full time and attending the University of Utah. Josh is the son of Dan and Mary Ann Cummings.
EGCSD ALL SPORTS CLUB 9th ANNUAL ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME CELEBRATION East Greenbush Central School Districts Columbia All Sports Club will sponsor their 9th Annual Athletic Hall of Fame Celebration on Saturday, May 7th, 2011, at Carmela’s Banquet House. 2011 Induction Ceremony - Alumni Athlete Category; Coach/ Staff Category; Community Category; 3:30PM Dedication; 5PM Cocktails and the Program begins at 6PM. Athletic Hall of Fame Walkway @ Columbia High School Donation of $40.00 to include: Hors d’oeuvres, Salad Station, Carving Station, Pasta Station, Dessert and Coffee Station. To request tickets, contact Columbia High School Athletic Department, Michael Leonard, Athletic Director, 962 Luther Road, East Greenbush, (518) 207-2080 ext. 3.
BRUNSWICK BASEBALL TRAVEL LEAGUE – LOOKING FOR 13-14-15YR. OLD PLAYERS The Brunswick Baseball Travel League is currently registering players for our 2011 Travel League. Brunswick is associated with the Eastern, NY Travel Baseball League and we are looking for players, ages 13–14 or 15, interested in playing summer Travel baseball. Interested players should contact Guy Changa 326-5236 or Mark Phillips 279-3471.
GREENBUSH SOCCER ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS East Greenbush Recreational Youth Soccer is accepting registrations for the spring recreational league. The league is open to participants ages 4 to 12. It is a non-competitive, fun soccer experience for local youth. Spring season will run from April 30 through June 18. We are proud to now offer a 4 year-old program. This program will consist of a 25 minute skills sessions and then a 25-minute game. All teams are coached by volunteers and parents are encouraged to coach. Head coaches are currently offered the opportunity for ONE child to play at no cost. The fees for this season are $95 for first child and $65 for each additional child. There is a $2 processing fee for each family, please register all family members at the same time so as not to incur more than one processing fee. Players are provided with a team shirt and are required to have shin guards and appropriate footwear depending on age level. Players aged 4-8 must wear sneakers and all others can wear soccer cleats. Fees include a $20 fundraising fee. Each family will have the opportunity to sell a set of tickets to recoup their $20. Deadline for registration is March 25, 2011. NO LATE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED
MOSES WINS EAST ZONE ATHLETE of the YEAR IN SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING Kayla Moses, a senior at Columbia High School, won the East Zone Athlete of the Year award this past weekend at the East Zone Senior Championships in Synchronized Swimming, held March 11, 12, and 13th at Union College. Kayla has been swimming with the Capital District YMCA Sculpins synchronized swim team for over a decade. She has earned numerous medals at Association, Regional, Zone, and National level swim meets. At the East Zone Championships, attended by over 160 competitors from 7 states, Kayla placed fifth in figures, fourth in her solo routine, fourth in duets, and fourth in team. She also placed on the East Zone All Star Team, which allows her to swim on a combo team at the U.S. Opens in Synchronized Swimming, to be held this summer in Honolulu, Hawaii. This month she flies to Clermont, FL, for U.S. Junior Nationals, where she has qualified to swim her solo. In December of 2010 she attended the Junior Nationals training camp in Indianapolis, IN, to prepare her for Phase Two of the Junior National team trials to be held this May. Kayla intends to swim at the collegiate level after she graduates from high school.
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A GOD WHO SHARES OUR PAIN On Sunday, March 27, 2011, the Stuyvesant and Nassau Reformed Churches will engage in thought about our God, “A God Who Shares Our Pain.” The Reverend Edward L. Van Kampen, in the sermon based on John 9:1-15, will discuss the reality that Gospel writer shares regarding how Christ used the blind man’s suffering to teach about faith and to glorify God. We live in a fallen world where acceptable and outstanding behavior is not always rewarded and bad behavior not always punished. In consequence, innocent people often suffer. The worldwide, human response to the devastation caused by the earthquake and resulting incredibly devastating tsunamis in Japan, witness how Jesus has empowered us with what we need in dealing with suffering in the world. The Stuyvesant Reformed Church will begin worship at 9 a.m. in its sanctuary, where Church Street meets Route 9J, one half mile south of the only traffic (caution) light in the hamlet of Stuyvesant. Everyone is invited to worship at Stuyvesant Reformed church. The Nassau Reformed Church begins worship at 11 a.m. in its chapel on the second level of its Church-School-Building at 43 Church Street (Route 20,) one half mile east of the only traffic light in the village. Sunday school meets at 11 a.m. Everyone is welcome to worship at Nassau Reformed.
“SHOWER OF STOLES” “Shower of Stoles” on Display at First United Methodist Church, 1 Gilligan Road, E. Greenbush on Sunday, March 27th, from 11:003:00. This sample of 75 liturgical stoles, of over 1,000 stoles, is representative of the lives of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people of faith. These religious leaders have served in almost 40 denominations and faith traditions. They come from six countries and three continents. This collection of stoles celebrates the gifts of LGBT persons who serve God, while lifting up those who have been excluded from service because of their sexual orientation. The collection tours around the country and we are proud to be able to display part of it to the community. They are here to help tell what it means to be a Reconciling Congregation. This “Shower of Stoles” is available for the public to view. For more information, call 4779693.
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Boston University is pleased to announce that Sarah Goodyear, 2009 graduate of Columbia High School, daughter of Steve Goodyear and Anne Smith has achieved a 4.0 grade point average and was named to the Dean’s List for the Fall 2011 semester. To achieve the Dean’s List a student must earn a semester grade point average of 3.2 with a minimum of four academic courses.
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.
BOOK BINGO The Poestenkill Library will be holding a Book Bingo game that runs from February 1st to April 29th for grades 3-12. Stop by the library desk to pick up your bingo card. Game rules, a printable card, and more details can be found on our website: www. p o e s t e n k i l l l i b r a r y. o r g . Drawings for prizes will be held April 30th at the Library’s Market Day!
WILD ANIMALS AND SNAKES NOTICE Schodack Town Clerk, Donna L. Conlin, wishes to remind residents that General Municipal Law §209-cc, requires each person owning, possessing or harboring a wild animal must report its presence to their local municipal clerk before April 1st of each year. This information is then provided to emergency services personnel so that they may protect themselves, other people and the animals when responding to an emergency. “Wild animals” includes non human primates, members of the wild cat, dog and bear families, all venomous snakes, all constrictors and pythons 10 feet or greater in length and members of the crocodile and alligator families 5 feet or greater in length. For more information, a complete list of animals and/or required forms, contact Donna Conlin, Schodack Town Clerk at 265 Schuurman Rd., Castleton, NY 12033,donna.conlin@ schodack.org or 477-7590.
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ILIUM LITERARY CLUB MEETING The Ilium Literary Club will hold its 88th Annual Meeting & Luncheon at the Troy Country Club on Friday, April 1st. The annual Executive Board Meeting will be held at 11:30 am, preceding the luncheon at 12:30 pm. The Averill Park High School Jazz Quartet will provide entertainment at 2PM.
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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 One Ashburton Place, Room 1717 Boston, MA 02108-1512 The character or purpose of the business is: Sale and Service of Equipment.
NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: T&S Landscaping Services, LLC. Articles of 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 LLC, 1050 Western Road, Castleton, New York 12033. Purpose: For any lawful purpose.
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RICHARD E. BABIAR CONSULTING SERVICES, LLC Notice of formation of Richard E. Babiar Consulting Services, LLC, a limited liability company ( the “LLC”). Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of NY (the “SSNY”) on 3/7/11. Office location: Rensselaer County. The SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC, upon whom process against it may be served. The SSNY shall mail a copy of any process to the LLC, 1441 Thickett Road, Castleton-onHudson, New York 12033. The purposes of the LLC are to engage in the business of consulting and home inspections.
NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: EASTSIDE MANAGEMENT GROUP, LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 02/22/11. 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, 11 Donegal Ave, Troy, New York 12180. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: Technology Express, LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on January 26, 2011. 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: 25 River Chase, Rensselaer, New York 12144. Purpose: For any lawful purpose Notice of Formation of 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. Notice of Formation of Paul Fitzsimmons LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the Department of State of New York on 2/7/11. Office location, Rensselaer County. Secretary of State of New York State is designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. Secretary of State may mail a copy of any process to the LLC at 2308 River Rd. Melrose, NY 12121. Purpose: All legal purposes. Notice of Formation: UGOC EB-5, LLC Art. of Org. was filed with SSNY on 3/9/11. Office location: Rennselaer County, SSNY designated as agent of LLC whom process against may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC, 300 Jordan Road, Troy NY 12180. Purpose: all 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.
SPRING SPECIAL MATCH & BEAT Any Written Competitor’s Price
376-0491 LEGAL NOTICE BOLTON LANDING COTTAGE, LLC. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: BOLTON LANDING COTTAGE, LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 03/26/10. 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, 70 Troy Road, East Greenbush, New York 12061. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. Century Visual Home Inspections, LLC, a limited liability company filed Articles of Organization with the New York State Department of State on January 18, 2011. The principal 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 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 12205. The purpose of the Company is for the management, renting/leasing of residential apartments and for any other lawful act or activity for which limited liability companies may be formed under the Limited Liability Company Law. 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 against the limited liability company served upon him or her is: Tim Mullins, 99 McGill Road, East Nassau, NY 12062.
NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: NORTHEAST CONSTRUCTION MONITORING SERVICES, LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 01/13/11. 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 Charles Casale, 551 Main Street, Wynantskill, New York 12198. Purpose: For any lawful purpose.
Childcare; day, evening, or night. FT, PT, or as needed. Renss. Loving, positve environment. Christian mom & nurse. 227-1497
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.
Drug store fixture liquidation: Gondola display shelving, commerical refrigeraton, more! Visit now: 323 E. Albany St. Herkimer NY 13350. Call cell# (609) 870-7038. Sale hours: 9-7 Mon- Sat., 11-4 Sunday. www.StoreFixtureBid.com (800)823-2433. Open to the public! 10% buyers premium.
SUPERMODEL APP, LLC. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: SUPERMODEL APP, LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 03/17/11. 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, 227 E. 56th Street, 3rd Floor, New York, New York 10023. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. Jonestree1000 LLC Notice of Formation of Jonestree1000 LLC. Arts Of Org. filed with Secy. Of State of NY (SSNY) on 11/05/08. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to PO Box 6505 Albany, NY 12206. Purpose: any lawful activity. Jonestree2000 LLC Notice of Formation of Jonestree2000 LLC. Arts Of Org. filed with Secy. Of State of NY (SSNY) on 11/12/08. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to PO Box 6505 Albany, NY 12206. Purpose: any lawful activity.
Mother of 2 looking to care for your children in my Sand Lake home 674-5129
TRAVEL Trip- Branson, Mo. May 14-22. $866. Call 383-4549
WANTED Wanted-diabetic testing strips. Any type. Will pay up to $25 per box. 423-0342º
Mantis electric tiller w/border, edger used 3times $150 283-0267 Mulholland Enterprises, LLC.. Stove Shop. 2084 Route 9N, Greenfield Center, NY. Office: 518-893-2165. Timberwolf Wood Stoves Starting at only $599. Timberwolf Pellet Stoves starting at only $1299. Timberwolf stoves are made by Wolf Steel, the largest privately owned stove manufacturer in North America. These stoves have a quality which is superior to anything you will find at “The Big Box Stores” and are priced lower. They come with the standard manufacturer’s warranty and we stock all replacement parts. .
GARAGE SALES Huge indoor Garage Sale: Sat. March 26, 9-2pm. Trinity Lutheran
FIRST RESPONDERS NEEDED East Greenbush Fire Company/East Greenbush Fire District #3 is seeking volunteers for the Fire Police Unit. If you are interested in serving with the East Greenbush Fire Police, contact East Greenbush Fire District #3. at 518- 479-4168 x5 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
LOCAL STUDENTS GRADUATE FROM WNE COLLEGE The following students received degrees from Western New England College on February 15, 2011. Theresa A. Hobbs of Troy, graduated with a Juris Doctor degree. Alice A. Callahan of Rensselaer, graduated with a Master of Laws in Estate Planning and Elder Law degree. Carolyn A. D’Agostino of Melrose, graduated with a Master of Laws in Estate Planning and Elder Law degree.
SPRING TEA PARTY & FASHION SHOW You are cordially invited to attend an afternoon tea & fashion show at Faith & Love Fellowship, 85 Washington Street in Rensselaer on Saturday, April 2nd, from 12PM to 3PM. Fancy hats & lacy gloves will be available for wearing (but by all means wear your own if you like). A light lunch will be served including tea sandwiches & fabulous desserts. Then we will present our fashion show featuring our line of “looking good for less” selections from our newest thrift store. We will also have a few skits & a message of love & hope. This afternoon of fun & friendship is our gift to you, that’s right, no cost to you, it’s all free, however, we do require a reservation. Seats are limited, so please call Karen 518-3301509 by March 29th & plan on an afternoon of tasty foods, soothing tea, fun clothes, & new friendships.
SOLAR HOUSE TOUR Join Rensselaer Land Trust for a Solar House tour led by the owner on Saturday, April 2nd, in Brunswick, NY. The tour is scheduled from 10:30AM to 12Noon. Learn about solar energy residential systems, including equipment, benefits, costs, and the relationship with the power company. Ask an energy expert your questions. Tour is limited to 12 people. Please register in advance by calling Christine Young at 859-4363 or via email at email@example.com. Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Rensselaer Land Trust is the only not-forprofit land trust primarily dedicated to the preservation of natural spaces throughout Rensselaer County especially land that protects sources of drinking water, areas that serve as natural habitats for wildlife, and land that maintains the scenic rural character of the community.
EMPLOYMENT HELP WANTED
Construction help with reliable transportation , smoke free work environment. 2 years min. exp. in residentail home construction. .Fax resume w/ exp. 674-0499
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!
Dental Administration ~ Business Assistant Position available for a caring, dependable person with excellent communication skills. Computer knowledge, patient contact experience & knowledge of dental terminology a plus for our professional team. Applicant must be dedicated to detail. Fax resume to 674-3001 or call Krystal at 674-2247
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
Driver wanted. Exp. P/T, F/T. Roll off container hook lift. 674-8430 Experienced bartender, Stephentown area. Call (518) 2108259 Manufacturing. Mechanical Assemblers, CNC mill and Lathe operators, CNC programmers. OpeningsNiskayuna/Scotia/ Coxsackie. Call 371-4343. firstname.lastname@example.org New salon opening in Troy’s east Side. Stylist & retail salesperson wanted. 225-7276 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
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
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
ATTENTION: Water Tech. & Customer Service positions: Training provided. Must be a HS Grad Starting $535 wk. Benefits & bonuses. 899-5555 H2o Solutions
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. Yard clean up. 25-30 hours. $15/hr. Call 674-3349 evenings.
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: email@example.com Build a better future with AVON. Only $10. Call Marci 209-3998. Carpenter, w/ window & door experience. Brake experience, and helpers (518) 712-5039 lv. msg
SITUATIONS WANTED Need a home for Mom or Dad? Elder care. Bedroom avail. in a private home setting.1/2 cost of nursing home.Compassionate 24 hr care. Exc. refs. Call 674-5369
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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â€˘ Gravel, Stone, Topsoil, etc. delivered â€˘ Stone Driveways Repaired â€˘ Septic Systems, Drywells â€˘ Percolation Test
766-2128 CARPENTER/ Remodeling New rooms, kitchens, baths, ceramic, drywall, painting & decks. 24 + yrs. 779-4542
FIREWOOD any quantity
CARPENTRY Kitchen & baths,ceramic/hw/ laminated flr, laser flr leveling, basement/attics, ins. & refs. 4240078
$225/cord (pick-up) $250/cord (delivered) HUZ\
CARPENTRY/REMODELING/ MASONRY Licâ€™d & Ins. Home & property specialists. Tree removal, excavation & landscaping. 4959129 / 542-9033
Tremont Lumber 674-3836
CHIMNEY CLEANING Chimney cleaning & repairs, wood stoves installed. Insured, experienced. Don Bradley 6742444
DUMPSTERS 10 -1 Ya 5-30 rd
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CHIMNEY REPAIR & MASONRY Chimney repairs, concrete foundations. Free estimates. 2572935
283-3919 â€˘Kitchens â€˘Baths â€˘Interior Painting â€˘Basement Remodeling FOR ALL YOUR HOMEâ€™S NEEDS
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NOLANDâ€™S PAINTING, LLC
INTERIOR/EXTERIOR PAINTING AND STAINING Free Estimates â€˘ Fully Insured DIVORCE Uncontested papers prepared $299(Incl. poor person app) Separation agreements avai. 2740380 DOG TRAINING In-Home. Day & evening appts. Avail. 7 days per week. 326-0553 DRAIN CLEANING Full service drain cleaning & repairs, incl. camera/video inspections. Emergency serv. 674-0908 DRIVEWAY STONE/TOPSOIL Spreading available. 4 yard loads, delivered. Poestenkill Mountain Farms 605-8392
CLEAN-OUTS Specializing in residential and commercial clean-ups, attics, bsâ€™mts, garages, estates, insured. Simple Solutions - Mark 283-6527
DRYWALL All phases, hang, tape, prime, paint. Ins. Free est. 368-3716
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ALTERATIONS & DESIGNS 479-3182 Weddings,special occasions,Christening gowns,costums
CLEANOUTS/DEMOLITION/ DUMPSTER RENTALS We do it all. Cheap & friendly. We pay for metal. 495-9129/542-9033
DRYWALL Best Drywall, Insul., hanging, taping, painting, ref., ins. 7664203
â€˘ Septic Tank Pumping â€˘ Septic Systems Installed & Repaired
APPLIANCE REPAIR Most brands incl. Sears. Prompt service. Mike Horowitz 477-8378
Computer and Network Service All service, repairs, installs, upgrades, & more. We make house calls. Call the Computerologist. 283-2331
DUMPSTER RENTALS 6, 12, & 16 yard avail. Clean outs attics, bâ€™ments, etc. Ray Mason 573-1133 Steve Mason 573-7464
Ken Sherman 766-7700
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All Types of Roofing Our Specialty!
TREE & LANDSCAPE SERVICE Trimming & Removal Stump Grinding Lot Clearing * Bucket Truck Tractor/Backhoe Service *Snowplowing
ATV - MOTORCYCLE LAWN TRACTOR REPAIR ATVs, motorcycles, lawn tractor. Only $45/hr. Free oil change on any repair over $200. CycleCarPartsRus.com 766-6621 AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR MILLERâ€™S AUTOMOTIVE, Averill Park (518)674-5222 BANKRUPTCY Affordable rates. Chapter 7 & 13. Michael Scaptura Esq. 462-5965 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 BOOKKEEPING & PAYROLL Travel to your location, Siena Graduate, 20 yrs exp. 441-2210 BUILDING & REMODELING Add space, decks,basements, etc. All phases of construction, quality, guaranteed work, refs. 674-1969
COMPUTER EXPERT Affordable computer repairs. Iâ€™ll come to you. Over 20 yrs exp. Tom 469-7029
CONCRETE Sidewalks & driveways, chimney repairs, retaining walls, drainage systems & basement waterproofing, free ests., insured. Poestenkill Mountain Farms 6058392 CONSTRUCTION NEEDS Change or add space to your home. New kitchen or deck. Finish a basement or painting. Call Bob. 674-1814 DEBRIS REMOVAL Attics/ Bâ€™ment / Garage, Cons. cleanup. We take it all! 479-7243 DEHYDRATED FOODS Build your food supply NOW! High quality, low cost foods & free ship! Contest to win dehydrator, oxy abs, books+. Visit EfoodDehydrator.com or 6184442.
Licensed / Insured â€˘ Charles Nagel
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rates possible 6, 8, 10, 12, 15, 20, 25, 30 yard sizes Ed LaPlaca - W.S.L. cell phone 378-1080
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IMITED L N U CONTRACTING SERVICES, LLC â€˘ADDITIONS â€˘ REMODELING â€˘ KITCHENS â€˘ BATHS â€˘ MASONRY â€˘ EXCAVATIONS â€˘ BASEMENT RENOVATIONS
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Pat Bradley 283-9972
ELECTRIC Installations & repairs. Quality work, reas. rates. Steve 364-7231 ELECTRICIAN Lammon Electric. Full lic. & ins. 25yrs exp., res./comm. 274-5100 EXCAVATION/STONE/SEPTIC Septic tanks cleaned & repaired. Drainage, driveways. Stone, topsoil, gravel & mulch. 4959129/542-9033 FENCES, DECKS, PRESSURE WASHING. In ground electric dog fences. Pressure washing & deck repairs. 495-9129 or 542-9033 FENCEWORKS Dog runs, inground pool packages, yard enclosures & repairs. Free est., fully insured. 283-7811 FENCING Reliable, courteous 30 yrs. Experience. Install & repair all fences. Price are competitive with todayâ€™s economy. Get our estimates then call us 283-0487/
FIREWOOD Order now. Cut, split & delivered. All hardwood $170/cord. Quanity discount on local deliv. 658-2303 FIREWOOD Green $175, dry $225. Home 279-9259, cell 225-1569 FIREWOOD Hardwood, cut, split & delivered. Downed tree removal. Peter Howard (518) 279-1367
FIREWOOD Hardwood, cut, split, delivered $150 /cord. 658-0394 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 Carpentry, masonry, doors, paint, repairs. Free est. 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 HANDYMAN Remodel,carpentry,masonry,deck s porches, int/ext. paint, fences, door/window, gutter, all repairs, free est. c 669-0814, 271-9161 Handyman/ REPAIR 20 years experience. Carpentry, electrical, plumbing, etc. 766-9346
SERVICES 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 HANDYMAN , REMODELING and Carpentry services. Experienced. Careful attention to detail. Insured. Guaranteed int/ext. work. Call Ernie Mumford 669-4530
KITCHENS Start to finish, one call does it all. Ins. Free est. 368-3716
HOME & OFFICE CLEANING Competitive prices, refs. avail., insured. www.jnservicesonline.com
LAWN CARE Affordable, lawn mowing, hedge trimming, clean-up, mulching. Call Jeff at 518-286-2813 or 518461-5902
HOME HEALTH AIDES Available 24 hrs., 7 days. Live in available. 331-2142 Home Improvement/ Repairs Free est, fully insured. Kingsway Contracting 674-0591/ 488-4294 HOUSE CLEANING Using Green cleaners. Call for price. Bonded. Jill 727-1342 HOUSECLEANING GLEAM TEAM. Res./Office. Over 34 yrs local exper. FULLYINSURED Gift certificates (518)477-7566 HOUSECLEANING “My Aim is Clean” “Super Spring Special” Reas. rates, weekly or biwkly, w/refs. Lv msg. 766-5714 JCB ROOFING & Construction Professional, experienced and insured. 470-6525 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 JUNK CARS/ JUNK REMOVAL $1,000’s to spend on anything. Metal, big or small. We pay the most guaranteed. 495-9129 or 542-9033
LANDSCAPING Spring/fall cleanup, maintenance/ installation, fully ins. 366-9094
LAWN CARE All clean-ups, mowing, pruning, mulching. Serving N/E Greenbush, WSL, Poes. Don 588-6123 LAWN CARE Bob’s Lawn Service. Landscape, mow, property clean-up, aerate, dethatch, professional & insured. Call for quote (518) 852-3436
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 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 POOLS Installs, liner changes, cleanings, repairs & water. 479-2837
LAWN CARE Comm/Res. Ins. Spring clean-up, mowing. Aerating, fert. 858-6514
ROOF All types, quality work, free est., fully insured. (518) 368-3716
LAWN CARE Mow, mulch, fertilize. Spring cleanup. Stump grinding, brush hogging, dethatching. Free est. fully ins. Shawn Swartz, Schodack 857-7443
ROOF REPAIR No job too small. Fully ins., free est. Holland Roofing 451-9325
Lawn Care/ Spring Clean-ups Raking, Mowing, Mulching, etc. Fully insured, free est. Kingsway Contracting 674-10591/ 488-4294 MASONRY All phases, new and old. Fully insured. Call Shawn 577-0962 MASONRY SPECIALIST Chimneys, foundations, waterproofing. All work guaranteed. Fully insured. 8128033/462-3924 PAINT AA HAWKEYE PAINTING. Int/Ext pressure wash. Fully ins.944-4997 PAINT All phases, wallpaper removed. Insured. Free est. 368-3716
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 ROOFING All phases. Shingles and rubber. Repairs. Poestenkill Mountain Farms 605-8392 SEAMLESS GUTTERS Deck Em Enterprises. New install. & repairs,free estimates 788-0609
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 STALL AVAILABLE Large stalls, all day turnout. Grass pastures, miles of trails. 885-6072 STONE & DIRT DRIVEWAYS Repairs, Excavation, Ditching, Drainage. Stone & Gravel & Topsoil deliveries. Free est. insured. 258-4092/712-5332 STONE, TOPSOIL, SAND Crusher run, Driveway stone. Very inexpensive. 1-5 tons. Call Flynn’s 272-4417 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 SERVICE Brush, tree, shrub removal & trimming. Also small building demolition. Insured and experienced. Don Bradley Jr. (518) 674-2444
the roofing specialist Fully Insured • Free Estimates
(518) 528-8398 firstname.lastname@example.org TREE SERVICE Removal & trimming. Exp., Free estimates, insured, 766-9346 TREE SERVICE Stump Busters of Wynantskill. Tree & stump removal. 24 hour service. 286-1865 or 573-7464
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
WATER LINES Complete public water line hookups. Well & pump service. Wayne Horton Well Drilling. 2830149 WATERPROOFING Foundations to roofing. tobiaconstruction.com 477-8453 WELL PUMP SERVICE Residential/commercial, service & repairs (518) 283-2331
TREE & LANDSCAPE SERVICE AMERICAN TREE Backhoe /loader/drainage work. Topsoil, mulch, delivery. Call 283-1380 (hm), 202-6114 (c)
SEPTIC CLEANING Sand Lake Septic. Tanks cleaned, repair, new installation 674-3000
TREE SERVICE /LANDSCAPING/PRUNING/STU MP GRINDING Tree transplants, trees installed, tree removal. Waterproofing, wet basements. 495-9129/542-9033
SEPTIC SERVICE Tanks cleaned, group rates avail. Call a neighbor! Gene 674-5223
TREE SERVICE DJ Tree Service, 20 yrs. exp. free est. stump removal,ins. 427-1590.
$100 OFF Any 6’ Drilled Well $25 OFF Any Service Call this coupon must be presented at time of work 1 coupon per well or service • exp. 5/31/11
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CRAFT AND VENDOR FAIR The WSL Fire Co. #1 Ladies Aux. is looking for Vendors and Crafters for their event on April 16th from 9AM to 2PM. Tables are $25 for an 8' table. Contact Dawn Roberts at 674-8726 for more information.
BLOOMING GROVE CEMETERY ANNUAL MEETING The Annual Meeting of the Blooming Grove Cemetery Assn. will be held on April 5th, 2011, at 7PM at the Blooming Grove Reformed Church. All lot owners are welcomed to attend.
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CLERK CONNOLLY PROTECTS DESSO FROM ETHICS COMPLAINT Letter to the Editor: Recently I detailed an ethics complaint filed against Councilman Desso for leaking confidential documents to the news media obtained as a result of his official position. The leak damaged my professional standing while “justifying” Desso’s firing of me and appointment of a politically connected Comptroller. On March 14th, Town Clerk Connolly used her official position to circumvent the duly appointed Ethics Board from exercising their responsibility to review that complaint. Incredibly, she returned it to me without recording it as an official public document, informing me that I had to send it to the home address of an Ethics Board member. Her action violated official responsibilities as the custodian of all public records in town, preventing the Ethics Board from receiving official communication sent Certified Mail, so they may perform their duties via the Town Ethics Law. Clerk Connolly’s abuse of her official position obstructed lawful governmental administration imposed on the Ethics Board. She acted to protect Councilman Desso from any action this Board might take. Imagine if Clerk Connolly were to take similar actions with official mail sent to the Planning, or Zoning Boards, IDA or any Board, Commission or Agency of Town government? No citizen should be expected to send official town correspondence to the home address of any town official. Not only is it improper and intrusive, but circumvents the creation of public records in connection with official business transmitted to town government. Her action would prevent access to public records under the Public Officers Law, Freedom of Information Act. I returned the complaint to the Clerk demanding she immediately notify the Ethics Board of the complaint which by law must be filed as a Public Record in the Town Clerk’s Office. I also asked the Town Board act to ensure Ms. Connolly does not pull a stunt like this again and that any complaints previously filed in her office have been provided to the Ethics Board. This may explain why this Board has never met once in its 15 months of existence. The Board incidentally and incredibly, includes the Town Clerk’s mother as a member. ~ Michael Strenka, Former NG Comptroller Editors Note: The above article does not necessarily reflect the opinion or endorsement of the Editor or the Staff of THE ADVERTISER, and for all intents and purposes is impossible to verify the truth and veracity of its contents.
The Stephentown Volunteer Fire Department will hold a Texas Hold’em Tournament on Saturday, March 26th, in the Stephentown Fire Hall, located on Grange Road in Stephentown. The doors will open at 5PM and close at 6PM. Play begins at 6:15 sharp. A Free Buffet will be served at the first break and refreshments will be available. No advance registration is required, and a donation of $35.00 per player will be accepted. Players can make an additional $10.00 donation at the door for 1,000 extra chips. This tournament will pay one place for every 10 players with a minimum of four places. The next Texas Hold’em tournament will be held on April 9th, 2011. For further information, please call John Linton at 518733-0469.
EG APPLIANCE AMNESTY WEEK Appliance Amnesty is a program where residents of East Greenbush may participate in having unwanted metal appliances removed from the curbside, free of charge. Monday, March 28th to Friday, April 1st has been set aside for this purpose. Please schedule your appointment by calling the Public Works Office at 477-6103. The following guidelines have been set. 1. Residents must make an appointment to have their appliances picked-up. 2. Appliances should be placed at curbside the night before the scheduled pick-up. 3. Refrigerator doors must be removed. 4. Metal appliances only Microwaves, toaster ovens, etc. will not be accepted. 5. If for any reason you are unable to keep your appointment, please call the Department of Public Works to cancel or reschedule.
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!!
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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.
AARP DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE 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 non-members. Please call Penny at 279-3413 for reservations – SPACES ARE LIMITED.
RIVERWAY STORYTELLING FESTIVAL The Annual Riverway Storytelling Festival kicks off in the Capital District with various storytelling programs being presented at various libraries in the Upper Hudson Library System. The East Greenbush Community Library will host a free family storytelling event on Thursday evening, April 7, at 6:30 pm. The program entitled “Our Favorite Stories” will feature both international and national storytellers Joe & Jesse Bruchac, Bill Harley and Lyn Ford who will present an entertaining evening of tales for listeners both young and old. Free tickets for this event are available at the Library for pickup at the youth services desk. To learn more about this festival, check out the website: www.riverwaystorytelling festival.org. The library is located at 10 Community Way in East Greenbush.
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AARP DRIVING CLASS OFFERED AT EAST GREENBUSH LIBRARY The East Greenbush Library will be offering an AARP Mature Driving Class on Wednesday, March 30th, from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm. This 6-hour classroom course explains how aging and medications can affect your driving abilities as you age. Many insurance companies give discounts to graduates of this class. Please register early as classes are limited to the first 30 paid adults. AARP Must Charge $12.00 per person for materials if you are an AARP member. Please bring your card with registering. Non-members will be charged $14.00 for the class. Please pay in person at the Librarian Reference Desk with a check made payable to AARP. Please call 477-7476 for more information and directions to the library if needed.
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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 enrol l, call Michele at 225-0462 or e-mai l us at email@example.com. Please drive safely!
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH of EAST POEST. WELCOMES the COMMUNITY The month of April is a great time to come and join our 11AM Sunday Morning Services. Pastor Jay Bucci will bring messages entitled, “Christ’s Journey Leading Up To Resurrection Day”. Christian Friends come, refresh your memory of the true meaning of the Easter Season. 1st, 3rd, and 4th Sunday Evenings at 6PM, join us for a video series entitled “The Truth Project” in the Social Hall. Learn how to keep the world from deceiving us into believing God is not a part of our reality. Refreshments and visiting will follow. Easter is a great time to get your family together to worship the Lord. Our doors are wide open. We are waiting to welcome you. Find us at 12 Legenbauer Road in East Poestenkill, just 4 miles from the four corners in Poestenkill on Plank Road, RT 40. Questions? Phone 518-283-5186.
Christian Arts International, Inc. located in Loudonville, NY, is a Christian performing and educational institution, dedicated to the presentation of the Arts for God’s glory with excellence of skill and spirit. Over the past 20 years, it has won high acclaim in the Northeast and Vermont regions for 30 of their annual free “Messiah” concerts and benefit concerts, along with several faith/cultural events at The Egg, the Governor’s Mansion, in parks and churches. In addition, their summer training sessions have attracted some renowned teachers, as well as many students from across the country, getting involved in classes offering dance, drama, mime and music. On April 10, 6 PM, this year’s “Gloryfest 2011” held at Loudonville Community Church, 374 Loudon Rd., Loudonville, will feature an extraordinary array of liturgical and Israeli dancers coming from Kingston NY, and Glens Falls, NY, along with an outstanding antiphonal choir and band. This truly is an event not to be missed! Admission is free and donations will be accepted. For info., call 518-459-3152.
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ASSESSMENT GRIEVANCE WORKSHOP The Town of East Greenbush Department of Assessment will be holding an Assessment Grievance Workshop at the East Greenbush Community Library. We have three workshops planned; April 4, 2011 at 6 p.m., April 5, 2011 at 2 p.m., and April 11, 2011 at 6 p.m. This workshop will explain the basics of grieving your assessment. We will go over the application, what information is needed, and the meeting with the Board of Review. Now Reservations are required as space is limited. Call the Department of Assessment at 477-9710 for information or to sign up for this workshop.
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