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Read All Day is a celebration of books, literacy and reading. Guest readers, (including substitute teachers, AP administrators and even a librarian from the Albany Public Library), volunteered their time to read to homerooms and large groups in the auditorium. Students enjoyed listening to poems, picture books, biographies, magazines, short stories and novels during Read All Day. Students in the auditorium even heard The Strange Case of Origami Yoda complete with an origami Yoda finger puppet! Author James Preller was Algonquin’s special guest for Read All Day. Mr. Preller lives in Delmar and is the author of forty books, including Bystander (which deals with bullying in a middle school), and Six Innings. Generous support for this author visit was provided by Student Council and the Algonquin Parent Organization. Before his arrival, Mr. Preller was already blogging about his visit to our school. Check out photos of our special cake and our library bulletin board on his blog: http:// www.jamespreller.com/ Mr. Preller presented to each grade and spoke about his books, including Bystander, which is about bullying. This author visit ties in with the many anti-bullying initiatives that have been undertaken at AMS, such as our Zip It! campaign where students pledged not to bully others. Mr. Preller also gave a special presentation called “The Life of an Author”. He spoke about how he gets his ideas, the writing process and the first book he ever wrote. Mr. Preller answered many questions from our curious students. Students had an opportunity to meet Mr. Preller and talk with him as he signed their books after school. He gave Algonquin students, faculty and staff a memorable day they won’t forget!
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AP/SL DEEP STACK HOLD’EM TOUR. The Averill Park/Sand Lake Fire Department will hold a Deep Stack Hold’em Tournament with Bounty on Saturday, April 14th, at 1PM; doors open at noon. $125 buy-in; ($25 donation w/ FREE Bounty Chip) Prize Pool for the last tournament: $5,000; !!!$20,000 in Chips!!! NO RE-BUYS and NO ADD-ONS. Doors open at noon at the Firehouse. Free Lunch and refreshments. Reservations preferred and walk-ins accommodated. Call Ron Berti at 674-8363 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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TAKE BACK THE NIGHT - STOP THE VIOLENCE RALLY Take Back The Night - Stop The Violence Rally on Thursday, April 26th, at 6PM, Onderdonk Park, Hampton Avenue in East Greenbush. Have you ever been a victim of violence? Has someone in your family been a victim of violence? Do you know someone that has been a victim of violence? Join us and take back the night to STOP THE VIOLENCE! The walk goes around Hampton Manor Lake. Hosted by: Family and Friends of Liza Ellen Warner
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The Rensselaer County Legislature remembered legislators who passed away during the past several months with a memorial ceremony Wednesday, April 4. Family members, legislators, friends and County Executive Jimino were on hand. The Rensselaer County Legislature remembered legislators who passed away during the past several months with a memorial ceremony Wednesday, April 4, Chairman of the Legislature Martin Reid announced. The ceremony recognized and noted the service of Legislators Dominic Denio, J. Willard Doran, Jane Doughney and Frank Wittman, who passed away during the past year. Family and friends of the four legislators were invited to participate in the ceremony. Pictures and plaques noting the service of the four lawmakers were added to the Memorial Wall, located at the rear of the legislative chambers. “We are privileged to be able to recognize four outstanding public servants and representatives of the community. The service of these four lawmakers stretches decades and includes work that improved our counties and strengthened our communities,” said Reid. Denio served as a representative of District 3 from 1974 to 1989. The patriarch of a large family, Denio was known for his decades of service to youth athletics as a coach and referee. Doran was a noted high school athlete and teacher in the Lansingburgh School District and principal of Knickerbacker Junior High School. Known as a gentleman representative, Doran represented Troy from 1982 to 1997. Doughney represented District 3 from 1986 to 1994, and was also a Brunswick councilwoman. She was known for her commitment to emergency services and dedication to other community organizations. Wittman served as a legislator from District 5, when that district included the Town of Poestenkill, from 1974 to 1985. A U.S. Navy veteran of World War II, he was active in veteran organizations, Poestenkill fire and ambulance and the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Poestenkill. “Dom, Will, Jane and Frank were very different individuals but they were united by their love of Rensselaer County and the
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LOVE LUTHERAN CHURCH HE IS RISEN! HE IS RISEN INDEED! Love Lutheran Church, located at Middlesex Road and Pheasant Lane in East Greenbush – just off Columbia Turnpike, continues to celebrate Easter at its 10AM worship, Sunday, April 15th. Pastor Henry’s sermon is entitled, “Christ is in the house,” based on the text – John 20: 19. The sermon will examine how all our doubts, all the times we question our faith, are taken care of because Christ is in the house. Phone: 477-8685 or E-mail: LLC50@verizon.net. idea of public service. They represented and served their neighbors, and today, we are proud to carry on that tradition,” said Majority Leader Ken Herrington, who served with or knew the four lawmakers remembered at the ceremony.
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INTRO TO WILD MUSHROOMS WORKSHOP • Tuesday, April 24, 7:00 – 9:00 pm at The SAGE Colleges Library Media Room in Troy. This year, the Rensselaer Land Trust is providing a series of opportunities to get to know wild mushrooms with local mycologist Sue Van Hook. First up is this indoor workshop. Learn to identify the different groups of fungi in preparation for Sue’s outdoor mushroom walks in May (morel season) and in August. Bring notebook and pen. Sue will have copies of How to Identify Mushrooms to Genus I: Macroscopic Features, by David L. Largent for sale ($20). Charge: $10/ person, $15/couple. Kids free. Register online at www.renstrust.org or contact Marcy at (518) 674-2171.
The College of Saint Rose presents the 2012 Senior Exhibition, an annual exhibition of outstanding works by the graduating seniors in the College’s art programs. The exhibition will be on view Tuesday, April 10 through Thursday, April 19, in the Esther Massry Gallery, Massry Center for the Arts, 1002 Madison Ave., Albany. Gallery hours are Monday through Thursday 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Friday 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Sunday noon-4 p.m., closed Saturday. In addition, a gallery reception will be held Saturday, April 14, from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. All gallery events are free and open to the public. Forty-nine seniors will participate from the College’s art education, graphic design and studio arts programs. All are candidates for bachelor of science and bachelor of fine arts degrees. For more information about the 2012 Senior Exhibition, visit www.strose.edu/gallery or contact Jeanne Flanagan, gallery director, at 518-4853902 or the Art Department office at 518-485-3900.
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Maple Hill Middle School will hold its annual Senior Citizen Reception on Thursday, April 19th, from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. at the Middle School. Senior Citizens in the Schodack Central School District are encouraged to come to this free event, which will feature home-baked desserts, coffee and tea. Middle School students will entertain our guests with music and storytelling. For additional information, please call Maple Hill Middle School at 732-7736, option 3. the student’s high school and a second letter from an adult such as a scout or other volunteer leader, employer, clergy, etc. - who has knowledge of the student’s work ethic, volunteerism or community involvement. Essay 500 – 750 words Choose one of these topics. 1. What does it mean to be a good citizen in a democracy? Use Schodack as an example. 2. How would you put into action what you have learned in school to be a better citizen of the United States? 3. What does the phrase ‘All politics are local’ mean to you? Use examples.Deadline: April 20, 2012 - Submit Application To: Schodack Democratic Club Scholarship, PO Box 145, East Schodack, NY 12063
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EVENTS AT THE CASTLETON LIBRARY • Tales By the River with Maple Hill Storytellers: Wednesday, April 18, 6:30 PM @ the Castleton Public Library • Story Hour: Join us every Thursday @ 11:30 AM for stories and crafts! All ages are welcome to attend! • Lego Club: Meets the first Monday of the month at 6:00 PM • Weight Loss Group: Meets every Thursday evening @ 6:00 PM in the library. Castleton Public Library is located at 85 South Main Street, Castleton, N.Y. 12033. Ph: 518-732-0879.
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KATIE TOTH INDUCTED INTO HONOR SOCIETY at WNE UNIVERSITY Katie Toth of West Sand Lake, has been inducted into the Omicron Delta Kappa honor society at Western New England University. Toth is a Senior majoring in Psychology at the University. Omicron Delta Kappa is a National Leadership Honor Society that stands for five major phases of campus life including scholarship; athletics; campus or community service, social, religious activities, and campus government; journalism, speech, and the mass media; and creative and performing arts. Members excel in at least two of these phases: Scholarship by being in the top 30% of their class, and through campus leadership in one of the other mentioned phases.
We are pleased to announce the opening of a new consignment shop beginning April 25th.
Please begin saving your nearly new merchandise and clothing for others to purchase and enjoy. Initially we will specialize in Family Spring/Summer Clothing, Shoes, Jewelry, Home Decor, Furniture, Antiques, and more. We are conveniently located on the corner of Rts. 43 & 66 in Averill Park (formally the Hidden Gardens location). Our neighborhood has a growing reputation for unique shops and restaurants and our high traffic location offers an excellent source of steady shoppers. We will be signing up consignors on April 10th. If you would like your consignment items ready for April 25th, please contact me at PARKPLACESHOP.COM or call 674-1444.
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Celebrating National Jazz Appreciation Month, The Gals Who Play Jazz will present the April 17 Tuesdays at Noon Concert at St. Paul’s Church, Third and State Streets, Downtown Troy. Pianist Peg Delaney, bassist Linda Ellen Brown and song stylist Patti Melita will include music by Peggy Lee, Fields and Kern, and Billie Holiday, among others, in their program. The Gals Who Play Jazz is a special project of professional jazz artists and friends who originally teamed up in March 2011 to create a retrospective program for Women’s History Month showcasing the contributions of women composers and musicians of the jazz era. They continue to perform together and can be heard in many venues throughout the Capital District performing timeless selections from the Great American Songbook and original compositions. Those attending are welcome to bring their lunch, and are given the opportunity to make a donation, if they so choose. The church is handicapped accessible. For additional information, go to www.stpaulstroy.org.
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There is a great deal going on in Nassau. I would like to encourage you to bookmark the Town’s website at www.townofnassau.org to keep up on the events, meetings and materials available to you. We are still looking for a chairman for the Zoning Board of Appeals. This is a position that requires one meeting a month and organizational ability. Interested? Please contact my office. The Farm and Agriculture Committee is hosting a poultry and small animal tailgate sale on April 28th at the Highway Department. Please bring your children along to see the animals and perhaps expand your farm operation or start a small farm of your own. Take it from me, there is nothing like fresh eggs. The Town Board has recently accepted amendments to the Map Plan and Report for the construction of the Burden Lake Sewer Project. This report as well as all related documents is available online. A public hearing will be held on April 26th at 7:00 pm at St. Mary’s Parish Hall to receive public input on moving forward with construction of this project at the new cost estimates. Residents of the Burden Lake Sewer District are encouraged to attend. The Town Board has recently accepted the resignation of the Tax Assessor and we have begun a search for a replacement. Please be sure to pass this information along to anyone you feel might be interested. The Board has approved a new form for driveway permits, which is now available online, approved review of a contract for a cell tower consultant for a pending application and set the Town audit date for May 10th. We have also set Town summer camp rates and look forward to a great month of July for our campers. Camp applications are online as well. Our New York State application for the restoration of Brainard Rural Cemetery is ongoing and we are currently collecting donations for a roadside historical marker. Please contact me for details if you are interested in assisting us in honoring the veterans buried in the cemetery. I also want to remind you that there is a fund-raising dinner for Nassau wounded warrior, Tech Sgt. Joseph Wilkinson, on May 4th at the Hoags Corners Fire Department. Please join your neighbors as we raise money for the construction of a home for the Wilkinson family in our community. Best wishes for a healthy spring.
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Q.U.I.L.T. MEETING Q.U.I.L.T. Inc. will meet on Friday, April 13, 2012, at the Delmar Reformed Church, 386 Delaware Ave, Delmar NY. The general meeting starts at 9:45 AM; doors open at 9:15. There is a $5 visitor donation. General Meeting, Show and Share, and Pat Cunningham will be lecturing and have a trunk show of breathtaking quilts. Pat is known as the Hand Applique Queen, so you are not going to want to miss this one! Stay for lunch, then a movie. “A Day of Threadplay with Libby Lehman” will be shown at 12:30. There is no charge. For information, call (3932284) or check our website (www.quiltinc.org).
HOPING THE PRESIDENT WILL CHANGE Letter to the Editor: Back when our President had just been elected, Rush Limbaugh was vilified for saying he hoped Obama would fail. I knew what he meant and agreed that his policy of big spending government was doomed to failure but I stated it differently. I’ve always wished the President success, but success hinges on the ability to learn and change as conditions warrant. No one can succeed by adhering to plans once it’s obvious they aren’t working. America’s success is inexorably linked to the President’s success. If he fails, we fail. But this President doesn’t seem to be listening or learning. Like many Americans, I’ve had to work harder just to keep up with President Obama’s spending largess. I’ve had to sacrifice vacations with my family and borrow money to pay taxes so that our government doesn’t have to borrow more from China. But the demands for more sacrifice keep coming. Is sacrifice the key to success? Conservatives like Rush Limbaugh know that it’s not. He doesn’t hate the President or Liberals. Like me, he probably just hates bad policy. We hate bad policies because bad policies hurt absolutely everyone, even those who implement them. Government’s taxing and spending is hampering the ability of Conservatives to pull the wagon of dependency that Liberals are riding in. We are getting weak from all this sacrifice. Pretty soon we’ll all be in the wagon. At that point we’ll only be able to go downhill. We want more people pulling the wagon for everyone’s sake because independence is a better life. As a taxpayer who is drowning under new tax obligations, I’m going to reflect President Obama’s mantra of “Hope and Change” back at him with this quote from one of the most famous Liberals of our time: “I’m Starting With The Man In The Mirror ~ I’m Asking Him To Change His Ways ~ And No Message Could Have Been Any Clearer ~ If You Wanna Make The World A Better Place ~ Take A Look At Yourself, And Then Make A Change.” –Michael Jackson. ~ David Crawmer, www.republicamerica.us Editor s 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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ASSESSMENT GRIEVANCE WORKSHOP The Town of East Greenbush Department of Assessment will be holding an Assessment Grievance Workshop at the East Greenbush Town Hall on Tuesday, April 17, 2012 at 6:00 p.m. This workshop will explain the basics of grieving your assessment. We will go over the application, what information is needed, the meeting with the Board of Assessment Review, Small Claims Hearings, and how to navigate the Assessment Information System. 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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The following students received scholarships at Clarkson University during the 2011-2012 academic year: Jane E. Casey of Troy, a senior majoring in biology, received the Earl L. LaPointe ’22 Memorial Endowed Scholarship. Jeffrey K. Hemmes of Rensselaer, a senior majoring in mechanical engineering, received the David Scaringe ’01 Memorial Endowed Scholarship. Samantha L. Illenberg of Castleton, a freshman majoring in mechanical engineering, received the David Scaringe ’01 Memorial Endowed Scholarship. Mark C. Julian of Wynantskill, a senior honors student majoring in chemical engineering, received the Azote, Inc Endowed Scholarship. Alexander R. Kelly of East Greenbush, a junior majoring in computer science and mechanical engineering, received the David Scaringe ’01 Memorial Endowed Scholarship. Maegan R. Lipinski of Johnsonville, a sophomore majoring in mechanical engineering, received the Deneka Family Endowed Scholarship. Cahill D. Wilson of Troy, a junior majoring in mechanical engineering, received the A. Douglas Burrow ’31 Endowed Scholarship and Jolyn Foundation Class of 2013 Share Clarkson Scholarship.
In conjunction with the planned gala on June 16th celebrating the ten year anniversary of the New York State Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation facility at Schodack Island The Friends of Schodack Island State Park Inc. is initiating the First Annual Schodack Island Photography Contest. This contest is open to all ages and skill levels and may be either film or digital capture. • The photo must be taken on Schodack Island between March 16, 2012 and June 2, 2012 • No more than two photos will be accepted from each person registered • Photos must be sizes 8 x 10 or 8 x 12 neatly cropped • Computer enhanced images will be accepted • Photos must be submitted to the office at Schodack Island no later than June 7, 2012 • Name, address and phone number must be on the back of each photo • Winners will be announced at the event on June 16, 2012 FIRST ANNUAL SCHDACK ISLAND PHOTO CONTEST REGISTRATION Name ____________________________________________
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Anime Club- Thursday, April 12, from 4-6. Love Anime? Come to the first meeting of the Anime club, which is for teens ages 14 and up. Resume Workshop- Wednesday, April 18, at 6:30PM in the computer area. Know what to put in and what to leave out of your resume to get a job. Please sign up. College Options- Wednesday, April 18, 6-7PM Representatives from Excelsior College will talk about your options in getting a degree, whether you are going on from high school or are an adult student. Community Night- Wednesday, April 25, from 5-8. Learn about the local services and organizations that serve the city of Rensselaer. Crafts for the kids! Snacks served. One-on-one Computer tutoring– sign up for an appointment to have individual attention learning to use the computer. Please let us know if you have a particular subject you want to cover when you sign up. Limited number of appointments available. The Friends of the Rensselaer Library are always looking for more members. Their next meeting is Thursday, April 19th, at 6:30 PM in the Library. The Friends Annual Book Sale will be held May 17-19. Thank you everyone for your generous donations! The Rensselaer Public Library is looking for donations of Lego blocks (not duplos) for use in future programs. The Library is located across from the Amtrak parking lot on East Street in Rensselaer. For more information, log on to www.rensselaerlibrary.org or call 462-1193.
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THANK YOU to everyone who voted for the Sand Lake Town Library in KeyBank’s “You Choose!” program. Thanks to you and KeyBank, the library will be receiving a $1000 grant. ART CART: Thursday, April 12, at 1pm, kids ages 10 and up can stop in for some quick and easy arts and crafts. READ WITH CRINGLE: Cringle, a friendly trained Therapy Dog, loves to help young readers in grades 1-5 build fluency and confidence. Call 674-5050 for an appointment to read Wednesdays between 3 and 4 pm. VOLUNTEER/STAFF RECEPTION: Saturday, April 21, 1-3pm. WILLIAM KENNEDY joins the Sand Lake Town Library Book Group on Wednesday, May 2, at 7pm to discuss his latest book, “Chango’s Beads and Two-Tone Shoes.” Refreshments will be provided. HOURS & LOCATION: Mon.-Thurs. 11am-8pm, Fri. 11am-6pm, Sat. 11am-4pm, Sun. 1-4pm. Located behind Town Hall at the intersection of 66 and 43. Phone: 674-5050. Web: sandlaketownlibrary.org
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Saturday, April 14th, will mark the second annual Open Mike and Coffee House at St. Timothy’s, 470 Winter Street Extension, North Greenbush. The fun will get underway at 6:30 pm. We are inviting all local performers to join in this special evening. A snack table and beverages will be provided. Important: pre-register now to perform at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also register that night up to 6:15pm. “We are looking for singers, dancers, dramatic readers, impersonators, and comics!” stated Chairman Jim Macris. We have a baby grand piano for use by anyone wanting to play. We have a modest sound system. Each entertainer will be allotted a minimum of 20-minutes, longer if time permits. Admission is $3.00 per person, 12-years and under are free. All proceeds will go to the ELCA Malaria campaign. This is an effort of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America to help stamp out Malaria in African countries. The initiative is to provide special mosquito nets for covering family dwellings. Jessica Nipp from the ELCA Malaria Campaign states, “Malaria is a leading cause of death in Africa. 9 out of 10 of the 800,000 people who die from malaria each year live in Africa, most are young children.” Mosquito nets will be available for purchase at $10.00 each. As an entertainer, this is your chance to be in the spotlight, and as a guest, you will have a fun evening supporting the event.
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APRIL HAPPENINGS AT THE RENSSELAER LAND TRUST On Saturday, April 14, at 2:00 p.m., James Bell, hydraulic energy consultant, will lead a free tour and talk about waterfalls and hydroelectric plants. The driving and walking tour will include the 1908 hydroelectric plant in Schaghticoke, another plant in Middle Falls and two plants in Greenwich. After the tour, participants will adjourn to the Gallery Space, 111 Main Street in Greenwich for a discussion on the history of water power in Rensselaer County. Meet at the Stewarts Shop, 62 Main Street in Schaghticoke at 1:45 p.m. Register by contacting Christine with the Rensselaer Land Trust at Christine@renstrust.org or (518) 659-5263. In observance of Earth Day, the Rensselaer Land Trust and the City of Troy are sponsoring the fifth annual clean-up of the shores of Tomhannock Reservoir, the source of drinking water for 125,000 residents of Troy and other communities. Volunteers are needed on Saturday, April 21, from 9:00 a.m. to noon. Meet at NYS DEC public access parking lot on NYS Route 7 in Raymertown, just before the causeway over the reservoir. Groups will collect trash along the shore. Garbage bags will be provided. Bring gloves. We will work regardless of weather, so dress appropriately. To register, contact Paul Schroeder at (518) 674-2480 or email@example.com.
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FOX MANSION, ONE of FINEST GREEK REVIVAL STYLE RESIDENCES in RENSS. CO. On April 25, 2001 the Fox Mansion was accepted by the National Register of Historical Places. Peter Shaver of the NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation compiled the nomination. The Fox house in Sand Lake, built in 1840 for the Albert R. Fox family, is one of the finest Greek Revival style residences in Rensselaer County. The two-story frame house has all the hallmarks of the Greek Revival style, including two-story pilasters framing all five bays on the façade and a stylish onestory porch with ionic columns supporting a heavy entablature extending across the front onto symmetrical one-story flanking wings. Window panes in the mansion came from the Rensselaer Glass Works, which Albert and his brother Samuel ran from 1837 to 1853. Albert graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institutes’ Class of 1830 and was a NYS Senator from 18481849. The surrounding grounds are in excellent condition and contain a large fountain on the south side. It is remembered that the Sand Lake Baptist Church of which Mr. Fox was a member, held their baptisms at the fountain in the 1800s. The Fox House is the first property in the Town of Sand Lake to be accepted by the National Register. For years, stories about the Fox House being part of the Underground Railroad were told. A tunnel was supposed to be their hiding place. Both the house and the barn were used to shelter the runaways. Judy Rowe has the closest story about the tunnel. In 1979, a very elderly woman was brought into Rowe’s IGA store and asked for Judy. She related that as a child she had played in the Fox House and also mentioned they played hide and seek in the old tunnel. What old tunnel? The tunnel in the cellar was her answer. However, prior and subsequent searches have never found any tunnel. The Fox Mansion’s other claim to fame was when it housed Yesteryears Antique Doll Museum and gained international recognition for its fine collection with Lillian Eauclaire Sproule as curator. ~ Submitted by Mary French, Sand Lake Historical Society
Town Council Members Ginny O’Brien (left) and Sue Mangold (rt.) join Trustee Lynne Fiore, Library Director Evelyn Butrico , and Volunteer Betty Berlino Giugno at the Open House in the East Greenbush Community Library. An Open House held at the East Greenbush Community Library on Saturday, March 31st, was well received by residents. The event was put on by the Friends of the Library to let people know what they do, and how to get involved. Volunteers set up information stations covering various committee assignments, and spoke with visitors about the general mission of the organization. A tempting assortment of homemade refreshments was laid out in the conference room to promote casual chat and mingling. Lynne Fiore has volunteered with the Friends for several years, and is now serving her first term as a Library Trustee. Ms. Fiore felt the day was most worthwhile and helped to promote the organization. She reports that a good number of new members signed up, with people indicating interest in the work of each committee. This influx of new energy, and ideas for the organization, forecasts prospects of an encouraging future for the Library, as a vital, productive, and well used resource in the Community.
NAVIGATING THE HOLISTIC TERRAIN: FREE Day Retreat for Women Vets of All Eras on Saturday, April 14, 2012 from 11AM-4PM, (Registration at 10:30AM) at the Stratton VA Medical Center, 113 Holland Ave., Albany, NY 12208 - Refreshments served. In a user friendly setting with other women vets, experience a variety of holistic treatment methods, learn about the different types available and what questions to ask when seeking a practitioner. The nationally renowned film, “Service: When Women Come Marching Home” will springboard our day of discussion, doing, and receiving. Finding our way back home from military to civilian life can be challenging enough. Come as your are and treat yourself to a day of conversation, Reiki, and more. Pre-Registration encouraged (space limited). Contact: Suzanne Rancourt, USMC, USA <kataahdin@gmail. com) 518.470.3078
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The Averill Park Education Foundation is hosting ‘Taste and Toast’ a spring social event to be held on Friday, April 27, 2012, 6:00 – 8:30 PM at The Old Daley Inn on Crooked Lake. Come join us for a fun night out with friends and neighbors in the Oak Room and Sun Porch, complete with Bistro Stations, and Wine Tasting featuring Joseph Carr Wines. The evening will feature a wine pull and entertainment will be provided by April Marie and Neil Brown. This event requires reservations at $35.00 per person. Please visit our website www.averillparkef.org to register by April 23, 2012. We hope you will support our efforts, have some fun, and enjoy bistro, wine tasting and music by the lake. Most recently The Foundation was proud to fund the purchase of twelve netbook computers for Algonquin Middle School to provide increased resources for project based learning experiences, twenty four laptops for the High School mobile computer lab, expanded the Robotics Program to include the High School as well as Algonquin, and we participated in our tenth year with the Albany Symphony Orchestra Adopt-ASchool Program. For more information please call 674-3682. ~ The Averill Park Education Foundation
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A wedding is a joyous event that couples want to share with as many people as possible. Couples commonly ask family and friends to take part in the ceremony as ushers, bridesmaids or readers. Before enlisting the help of a child to fill such roles, couples should carefully consider whether a youngster is capable of participating in the wedding ceremony or if he or she may not be up to the task. Millions of people tuned into the British Royal wedding in April. Among the participants were six young children. The Hon. Margarita Armstrong-Jones, Miss Eliza Lopes, Miss Grace van Cutsem, Lady Louise Windsor, Master Tom Pettifer, and Master William Lowther-Pinkerton were bridesmaids and pages in attendance. The children were as young as three years old and as old as 10. Although the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were confident enough in the kids’ maturity to include them, reportedly some measures were taken to keep the tots in line. For instance, Prince Henry reportedly delighted little Eliza Lopes with a pink “wiggly worm” so she wouldn’t be frightened by the crowds. Said wiggly worm actually made it into the official group bridal photo, being clutched by Miss Lopes. Couples worrying about all the little details of their own weddings may not want to fret about kiddie meltdowns or the bloopers that can occur when kids act like kids. Each child’s personal maturity level should be considered before enlisting their help. There are some other strategies to use as well. * Young children serving as flower girls or ring bearers should be able to walk down the aisle without coaxing. If they cannot handle this task, then they should not be asked to take part in the wedding. * Should children prove competent to walk down the aisle unattended, couples can have them then make their way to the seats next to their parents, rather than awkwardly standing with the rest of the bridal party for the ceremony. * An minimum age requirement for wedding participants might be a good idea. A child age 5 or up may be able to appreciate the importance of the event. * Consult with the pastor or officiate of the ceremony. The ceremony location may have rules governing children in the ceremony. * All people who have participated in the ceremony will be invited to the reception. If couples decide to have a kids-free party, then reconsider children in the ceremony. * Think about another role for a young child that will not disrupt the proceedings. Perhaps he or she can help hand out birdseed or small bottles of bubbles to use when the couple has finished their vows. Or give children disposable cameras and allow them to capture a kids’-eye view of the wedding.
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Prom attire consists of wearing gowns and tuxedos in the style of the season. One tradition of prom that continues today is the presentation of a corsage to the female attendant. Corsages have been part of formal wear for centuries. Originally, a corsage was considered to be a small grouping of flowers worn on the center bodice of a dress. It is derived from the French term “bouquet de corsage,” which translates to bouquet of the bodice. In the 20th century, corsages evolved into something that served as a gift for women attending special social dances, like their high school proms. The corsage worn in this manner was part of the courting process. The gentleman would show respect to his date’s parents, including bringing flowers or a gift. The gentleman would then take a flower out of the bouquet and present it to his date and attach it to her dress. As prom dresses evolved to feature spaghetti straps or no straps at all, pinning the corsage to the dress bodice was no longer practical. Therefore, corsages soon morphed into small bouquets that were attached to an elastic band. The result was something that could be worn around the wrist. Nowadays, there are various styles of corsages that can be worn at the waist and even in the hair.A gentleman should ask his date what color gown she is wearing to coordinate the corsage with the gown. However, neutral-colored blooms of peach, white and pink can complement a number of differed hued dresses. Many different flowers can be used in corsages. While roses are typical
flowers to show affection and love, chrysanthemums, carnations, birds of paradise, orchids, and lilies can all be used depending on budget and style. Because florists are typically busy come the spring it is best to order corsages well in advance to ensure the order is filled on time.
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TROY LODGE OF ELKS FUNDRAISER DINNER The Troy Lodge of Elks will be offering a Roast Turkey Dinner on April 18, 2012 from 4PM to 7PM. Dinner will include: Roast Turkey with dressing, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes with gravy, veggies and rolls, coffee and dessert. All for only: $9/Adults, $5/ Children under 10. As always, we are open to the public!!!
ST. JUDE’S ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT BREAKFAST The next St Jude’s Knights of Columbus All-You-Can-Eat Pancake Breakfast will be on April 15th in Dammann Hall at 24 Dana Ave., Wynantskill, NY. All the Pancakes, Sausage, Bacon, eggs, hash browns, fruit, and bagels that you can eat! All served with hot coffee and a smile by our Knights! We will have a box available to collect items for local vets who get service at the Albany VA hospital. Items that are needed for vets who are admitted as an emergency or are in need include: regular coffee; decaffeinated coffee; powdered creamer; 1 lb bags of sugar; boxes of “Sweet and Low”/Spender etc.; large and medium sweatshirts; under wear and tee shirts (all sizes, boxers and briefs); white tube socks’ Effervescent denture cleaning tablets; toiletry items, soap, toothpaste, deodorant, etc. Breakfast is served 8am to 11am. Cost is $6.00 for adults and $3.00 for children under 12 years old. Children under 6 are free. Contact parish office (518) 283-1162. H \
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ST. DAVID’S BEEF TIPS DINNER On Sunday, April 15th, St. David’s Episcopal Church will be serving a Beef Tips Dinner, between Noon and 1:30PM. Included will be Salad, Beef Tips over Noodles, Green Beans, Dessert and all the accompaniments. The cost is $8/Adults and $5/Children Under 10. We also prepare for the gluten intolerant. For reservations, please call Gail at 766-4029.
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TAKE-OUT ONLY CHICKEN BBQ The North Greenbush Kiwanis will host a Take-Out Only Chicken BBQ in the parking lot of Town Hall on Saturday, April 21st, from 4PM to 7PM for a cost of $10. Proceeds to support local projects within the town. For more information, or to pre-order: firstname.lastname@example.org
FREE SUNDAY SPAGHETTI DINNER The Blooming Grove Reformed Church on Rte 4 in Defreestville will again be hosting a Free Spaghetti Dinner on Sunday, April 22nd, from 2-4PM. Open to the public. Come and enjoy some good food with the company of your neighbors.
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The Tsatsawassa Protective Fire Company will hold their monthly breakfast on Sunday, April 15th, with servings from 8AM until 11AM at a cost of $6. Breakfast consists of your choice of French toast or pancakes, as well as bacon or sausage, toast, orange juice, applesauce, beverages and eggs prepared to your specifications. Support your local fire company while visiting with friends and neighbors and enjoying a hearty breakfast to start your day. The firehouse is located behind the post office near the intersection of Routes 20 and 66 North in the hamlet of Brainard. For more information, call 518-766-3815.
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FREE PASTA DINNERS The First Reformed Church in Wynantskill continues to serve its free pasta dinners each Tuesday evening at 5:30 PM. The dinners consist of pasta, with plain or meat sauce, tossed salad, bread, beverage and homemade desserts. Please feel free to join the community as we meet for good food and fellowship. The church is located on the corner of Main Avenue and Church Street in the village of Wynantskill. The remaining dates for the month of April are the 10th, 17th and 24th. We hope to see you there.
OAKWOOD ENLARGES MENU FOR BRUNCH IN LANDMARK Think about it. How many times have you had the opportunity to dine inside a National Historic Landmark? The Friends of Oakwood Cemetery will host their annual Daffodil Brunch at the historic Gardner Earl Chapel on Sunday, April 15th, with two seatings, 10:00am and 12:00. This year, in addition to our delicious custom omelets, stuffed French toast, home-made baked goods and fresh fruit, we are offering a baked ham carving station and delectable quiches. We have also increased the number of omelet chefs in the interest of expediting your dining experience. Tickets are still just $15pp. Reservations are required and are limited to 100 per seating. Call 1-800-556-6273 with your name, choice of seating time and number of people. The Earl Chapel is just inside the Oakwood Ave. entrance to the Troy cemetery. Enjoy spectacular Tiffany windows, intricate mosaics, rich oak furnishings and pleasant company at this popular event. Stroll through the cemetery to enjoy thousands of daffodils. Take a ride in one of Jack Byrne’s famous antique cars. The Daffodil Brunch is a major annual fundraiser held by the Friends of Oakwood in support of the historic not-for-profit, non-sectarian cemetery.
WHAT IS THE HEART AND CENTER OF LUTHERAN WORSHIP? BABYSITTING COURSE American Red Cross Babysitting Course will be held on April 28th, from 9AM - 4PM at the Algonquin Middle School. Cost is $70pp, for grades 6 & up. Call Brenda Vermilya to register at 701-4290.
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HAM DINNER TO SUPPORT OUR VETERANS The Castleton Fire Company will sponsor a Ham Dinner to Benefit the VFW Post 7337 on Saturday, April 28th, at the Castleton Firehouse, 11 Green Avenue, Castleton. Seatings are at 4PM and 6:30PM. Cost is $10 for adults, $5 for kids ages 5-10 and kids under 5 are free. For reservations, call Frances Carner at 732-4694.
CHICKEN BBQ AMERICAN LEGION POST 1021 Sergeant Walter A. Adams American Legion Post 1021 in Averill Park announces the 2012 Chicken BBQ Schedule: April 21st, May 19th, June 16th, July 21st, July 28th, August 18th, September 15th and October 20th. For reservations, call 674-2309.
EASTER’S SPECIAL DINNER On Friday, April 13th, The Edward C. Swartz Senior Center is offering the “April Special Dinner” to all seniors, with a menu of Fresh Roasted Ham W/ Gravy, Cinnamon Applesauce, Fluffy Potatoes, Sage Dressing, Peas & Carrots, Italian Bread, and Strawberry-Pineapple Cup for Dessert. The Tri-County Banjo Band will provide a variety of music for listening as well as dancing. Refreshments will be served by senior volunteers following the music. Please join us for a pleasant day of good food and music. For reservations, or more information, please call 4776581.
ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT BREAKFAST BUFFET The VFW Post 7338 of East Greenbush will hold an All-YouCan-Eat Breakfast Buffet on Sunday, April 15th, from 8AM to 12Noon. Menu: Buttermilk Pancakes, Scrambled eggs, Bacon, Sausage links, Toast, Fruit, Juice, Coffee and Tea. Cost: Adult/$8, Children/$5 and Children under 5 are free. VFW Post 7338 is a Non-Profit Organization serving the needs of fellow Veterans and the Local Community. 477-7770.
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SCHODACK VALLEY FIRE CO PIZZA NIGHT Come and join the Schodack Valley Volunteer Fire Company for Pizza Night on April 21st at the Schodack Valley Fire House from 5PM to 9PM. Bring the family for Pizza, Antipasto, Wings and more. Additional seating is available. Our featured Pizza’s this month will be Hawaiian and Meatlovers. As always, you can eat-in or take-out. For take-out, call us at 477-4215.
EASTER SPECIAL DINNER AND SMART SENIOR PROGRAM The Rensselaer Senior Center, located at East and Herrick St., Rensselaer will host “Understanding & Living with Vision Loss: What You Can Do! On April 13th, at 11:30 - Presenter: Cheryl F. Lawyer, Outreach Coordinator, Northeastern Association of the Blind at Albany. Lunch will immediately follow the presentation and will be Roast Fresh Ham with Gravy, Cinnamon Applesauce, Mashed potatoes, Stuffing, Peas & Carrots, and strawberry pineapple cup for dessert. There is a Suggested Contribution for Lunch of $2.50. Please contact 463-2166 for more information. The afternoon will continue with dancing from 12:30-2:30, music provided by: Nick Coluccio
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The Birchkill Arts and Crafts Guild will hold its Annual Membership Tea at 12 noon on Monday, April 16th, at St Michael’s Church Hall, 175 Williams Rd., Troy. Our Program will be: The Victorian Lady, presented by Sue McLane. Ms. McLane will share a topic from her Traveling Victorian Cultural Education Program: “The OldFashioned Secret Language of Flowers”. A lovely Tea is planned with a varied selection of finger sandwiches and desserts provided by the members. We look forward to seeing all of you.
JESUS AMONG US! On April 15, 2012, the Second Sunday of Easter, the Stuyvesant and Nassau Reformed Churches will continue their celebration in worship of Easter by looking at the Gospel of John 20:1931. In those verses, we find the risen Christ involved in many acts which are recorded by the Gospel writer to help people believe in Jesus and share in his life and ministry. In order to reach more of those destined to be his followers, Jesus commissioned the disciples to continue his ministry. In the sermon titled “Jesus Among us,” the Reverend Edward L. Van Kampen will help us to see how Jesus moves into the fellowship of our lives in the same ways in which he moved into the fellowship of his firstcentury disciples. Join and come to more fully understand that we are never alone; God is always with us; and the closer we are to God, the closer we are drawn to each other. The Stuyvesant Reformed Church worships at 9 a.m. in its sanctuary at 9 Church Street, one half mile south of the traffic (caution) light, at intersection of Routes 26A and 9J,in the hamlet of Stuyvesant. The Nassau Reformed Church worships at 11 a.m. in its Chapel on the second level of its Church School Building at 43 Church Street, approximately one half mile east of the only traffic light in the village.
What does being a ‘’Lutheran’’ mean? How do we worship??? The most precious gifts and treasures our Lord gives us are his forgiveness, life and salvation. Through his innocent life and bitter sufferings and death Christ has purchased and won us from sin and death. Through Jesus Christ, all the sins of the world were paid for and the wrath of God was appeased. Christ has reconciled the whole world to God. What is the heart and center of Lutheran Worship?? Lutheran worship puts the focus squarely on Jesus Christ, who is present for us and with us through his word and sacraments. ‘’Divine service means it is a ‘’Holy’’ time, meaning a time ‘’set apart.’’ It is a time to be set apart from the workaday world...a time to spend with our Lord. We are gathered together in the presence of Holy, Almighty, Ever-Living God, and thus we are part of a time of ‘’Heaven On Earth’’ as our Lord forgives our sins and gives us new life today, and eternal salvation with him forever. This understanding of the divine service explains why many who experience Lutheran Worship for the first time describe it as dignified, reverent, and sacred. In Lutheran services, pastors and congregation sing or speak the liturgy back and forth or together. Congregational singing of hymns has always been a hallmark of Lutheran Worship. We invite you to come and worship with us at Trinity Lutheran Church, RT 150, West Sand Lake, at 9:00 a.m., or Gilead Lutheran Church of Center Brunswick at 11:00 a.m., with pastor Jim Hulihan. Please call 674-5501 or 279-9270.
FRIDAY NIGHT STORY DINNERS Yet another successful Story-Dinner was held at Gilead Lutheran Church. On Friday, March 16th, an abundance of Corned beef, ham, cabbage, potatoes, sides and desserts, served. Welcoming all from the community, we had 26 in attendance. We kicked off with an excerpt from the last story dinner in February, as told by Gilead’s Glenn Hayner. His quote was made into a lovely poster, supplied by Mariruth Brown. Our scheduled storyteller had a family matter and had to cancel at the last minute, but our speaker (scheduled for April) Eleanor Bode of Brunswick, stepped right up to the plate. Eleanor delivered a very heartfelt story about her family growing up in a large family n the post depression era, her faith journey and it was smattered with Trojan history. No one was disappointed! Her Sister and Brother-in-law, Evah and Bill Beck were in attendance from our sister church, Trinity Lutheran in West Sand Lake. Both Bill and Evah stood and added great personal accounts to Eleanor’s story! With great food cooked by Gilead’s Lisa Kreiger, Marion Daus, Carol Gibbs, and Eleanor Bode, hall set up and decorated by Keith Kreiger, Flowers and shamrocks supplied by John and Darlene Shanahan, many attendees’ bringing desserts and the cooperation of the weather, it was another successful evening in Brunswick, NY! The next dinner is scheduled for Friday, April 20th, at 6PM. We will be serving baked chicken and summer salads. Everyone is welcome.
CHURCH OF THE COVENANT WELCOMES THE COMMUNITY TO WORSHIP! • Sunday, April 15th - 8:30AM worship and Communion; No Sunday School; 10:30AM Worship with choir and organ. Professional child care provided. 11:30AM Fellowship Hour. • Saturday, April 21st - 7AM Men’s Communion Breakfast in the Social Hall. Reserve your place by calling Ralph LaMontagna at 674-1563. • Saturday, April 21st - 5:30PM Youth Unit will present a “Mystery Dinner Theater” at Salem United Methodist Church. $18/adult, $9/children under 10. Reservations required, call 674-3106. Proceeds to Relay for Life Team. • Wednesday, April 25th - Potluck Supper at 6PM in the Social Hall. At 7PM, the Randalls will present slides and commentary on their trip through the American West. Bring your place setting and a dish to share. The Church Office hours are 8:30AM - 1:30PM, Monday through Friday. Office will be closed April 26th and 27th. The Church of the Covenant, United Methodist, is the round church located near the blinker in Averill Park. Pastor Merry Watters, phone 674-3664, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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RENSSELAER COUNTY OFFERS PET VACCINATION CLINICS Rensselaer County Executive Kathleen M. Jimino has announced the 2012 schedule of the County’s Rabies Vaccination Clinics. The clinics aim to prevent human exposure to the potentially deadly disease by immunizing domestic animals and pets that could potentially carry the disease. During the upcoming clinics, Rensselaer County Department of Health staff will provide the appropriate rabies vaccination and booster shots to cats, ferrets and dogs as mandated by the New York State Department of Health. Owners are asked to present their pets’ most recent immunization certificate, and all pets must be secured either in a carrier or on a leash. The first hour of each clinic is dedicated to cats and ferrets with the second hour dedicated to dogs. The dates, locations & times, are as follows: • Thursday, 5/3/12 - Schodack Highway Garage, 3776 US Rte, 20, Nassau from 5 - 7PM. • Tuesday, 5/8/12 Brunswick Community Center, 18 Keyes Lane, Troy from 5 - 7 PM. • Thursday, 6/7/12 - Poestenkill
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CAPP DOG & CAT PET ADOPTION CLINIC The Healthy Pet Center, Rt. 4, N. Greenbush will host a CAPP Dog and Cat Pet Adoption Clinic on Saturday, April 14th, from 11AM to 12:30PM. Meet Thursday’s Pet Connection dog for adoption! CAPP dogs available (some will be at the clinic): Young Shih/Tzu; young Basset; Chih/French Bulldog; Chih/ Pug; Shih-Tzu; Cock-a-Poo; Boxer/English Bulldog; Cattle Dog/ AmStaff. Young and adult cats also available! For pictures of some of our pets: www.capp-petplacement.org
ALBANY, NY (02/29/2012)- What started out to be a Super bowl campaign to benefit The Mohawk Hudson Humane Society has snowballed into a year round program for The Goldstein Family Auto Group, Thanks to the hundreds of donations of cans and bottles The Goldstein Family Auto Group has received from the community, coupled with the MHHS 125th Anniversary, Goldstein Auto is committed to continuing their part of the campaign year round. Since coming on board, The Goldstein Family Auto Group has set up depositories in each of their four dealerships to help collect cans and bottles from patrons, staӽ, and families, wanting to help the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society in Menands, New York. The cans and bottles turn into dollars for the organization to help care for and place the animals they have at the shelter. "Our Goal for the 125 Anniversary is to encourage the community to help collect 1,562,500 which would translate into $125,000 to MHHS. " said Stefanie Goldstein, a principal in the Goldstein Family Auto Group and daughter of President Alan Goldstein. "This is only 637,500 more bottles and cans than last year. If everyone continues the momentum we have had already, we can do it!" Last year the Society's "Empties for Animals" program generated over $74,000 in revenue. Individual members of the community, school groups and other organizations dropped oӽ more than 925,000 cans and bottles. Volunteers sorted all those bottles and cans based upon the originating distributor, which in turn generated 8 cents per can/bottle instead of the regular 5-cent redemption fee paid at stores. Monies from the programs were used to benefit the more than 6,500 animals cared for by the Society in 2011. "As an added incentive The Goldstein Family has commissioned our trucks and drivers to make pick ups from around their area neighborhoods, restaurants, schools, event destinations, anywhere they need us to" added Stefanie. "If everyone who does not save their recyclables currently starts saving them, we can make a huge diӽerence." With Earth Day just a few months away, weekly totals received at all Goldstein Auto locations will increase as the group does plan to participate in "A Billion Acts of Green" one of the Earth Day organizations April programs. They are using the power of their advertising, website, facebook page and show rooms to spread the word to recycle and help save abandon, elderly and abused animals rescued and cared for by The Mohawk Hudson Humane Society.
People can drop oӽ their cans and bottles to any of the four Goldstein locations: ~ Goldstein Buick/GMC, 1671 Central Avenue, Albany ~ ~ Goldstein Chrysler Jeep Dodge, 613 Loudon Rd, Latham ~ (across from Hoӽman's Playland) ~ Goldstein Subaru, 1754 Central Avenue, Albany ~ ~ Goldstein Mitsubishi, 1673 Central Avenue, Albany ~
What’s bugging your pet? If you own a dog or cat, you’ve likely already seen ticks and possibly even fleas this spring. The average temperature this year during the month of March was approximately 10 degrees higher than in past years which, among other factors, lead to an increasing number of ticks. Experts believe that the warmer temperatures will also lead to an increase in the numbers of fleas and mosquitoes. Ticks, fleas, and mosquitoes are more than a mere nuisance. These pests can carry serious disease. Mosquitoes spread heartworm disease; fleas can Dr. Lisa M. carry Bartonella (a bacterial infection known as cat scratch disease); ticks Wiggins transmit more than 15 diseases. Due to the high number of ticks seen this year, they are a serious concern for many pet owners because of the diseases ticks spread to pets and to people. In our area, Lyme disease has been of interest for many years but recently Anaplasmosis has emerged as a tick-borne disease that proves to be as debilitating as Lyme for dogs and people. The clinical signs in dogs for Anaplasmosis and Lyme disease often appear very similar. The signs in dogs CAN include but are not limited to limping/painful joints, lethargy (lack of energy), loss of appetite and often fever. The good news is that improvement in your dog is seen quickly when treated with an antibiotic called Doxycycline. In addition to a single tick-borne infection, some dogs acquire a co-infection of more than one tick disease. When stricken with more than one infection, dogs are much more likely to show signs of serious disease. Currently the only tick borne disease which we can vaccinate against in dogs is Lyme disease. The vaccine is less than 100% effective but does provide significant protection especially compared to not vaccinating against the disease. Use of veterinary approved topical tick prevention is important in decreasing the chance of tick-borne diseases in your pets and in decreasing human exposure to live ticks that our pets bring into the home. Although there are many products available for pet owners to use for tick and other parasite prevention, it is recommended that you discuss with your veterinarian the most effective and safest choices. Your veterinarian has the experience and training to give you the most current and accurate information regarding parasites, disease prevention, and pet-product safety.
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PET FOOD DONATIONS The Rensselaer County Humane Society, Inc. has developed a partnership with the Commission on Economic Opportunity (CEO) to provide donated pet food at the CEO Food Pantry located at 2328 Fifth Avenue in Troy. Laurie Smith, President of the all-volunteer Humane Society, said the decision to assist local families through a partnership with CEO was an easy choice. Far too many Rensselaer County residents are struggling with the difficulty of acquiring food for themselves and for their beloved pets, with many choosing to go without in order to care for their pets. “We are thrilled to be able to provide pet food to our customers along with supplies for their own families’ needs,” states CEO Executive Director Karen Gordon. “So often when a family is going through a difficult time, pets can be neglected. CEO is here to help prevent families in Rensselaer County from needing to make this difficult decision.” Pet food donations can be dropped off at the CEO food pantry in the Joseph L. Bruno Family Resource Center, 2328 Fifth Avenue, Troy. Hours are Monday/Wednesday/Friday 9:00-4:30, Tuesdays 9-12:30, and Thursdays 9-7.
EAST NASSAU AREA PETS GO ONLINE Rensselaer County Humane Society, Inc., East Nassau, has joined other animal welfare organizations in the area that list their homeless pets on Petfinder.com, the oldest and largest database of adoptable animals on the Internet. The site currently has over 359,000 homeless pets listed, and it is updated continuously. More than 13,500 animal welfare organizations in the U.S., Canada, and other countries post their pets on the site. Rensselaer County Humane Society, Inc. pets may be viewed at http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/NY1066.html. A potential adopter enters search criteria for the kind of pet he or she wants, and a list is returned that ranks the pets in proximity to the Zip code entered. Adoptions are handled by the animal placement group where the pet is housed, and each group has its own policies. Petfinder.com was created in early 1996 as a grassroots project by Jared and Betsy Saul to end the euthanasia of adoptable pets. Since its inception, the site has facilitated approximately 20 million adoptions, making it the most life-saving initiative in animal welfare.
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TRI-VILLAGE BOWHUNTERS YOUTH ARCHERY
ATHLETES CAMPUS WATCH by Andy Flanagan
by Claire Everett During our shortened week before the well needed Spring Break, our Averill Park athletes didn’t sell anyone short as they played their hearts out in numerous competitions! To start, the Girl’s Lacrosse team played two opponents, Bethlehem and Colonie. They first took on Bethlehem on Tuesday. The girls had a hard fought game, but fell short 183. Goals were scored by Krista Fitzerald with one, and Sofi Sorriento had two. On Thursday, the girls played a season changer as they took on the Colonie powerhouse. This time, the girls came out with an amazing victory 8-7. Great game winning performances by Sarah Laranjo and Morgan Lionarons each with 3 goals. Also, great job to Molly O’ Bryan and Marionna Valente who ended the game with 1 goal each. Amazing job ladies, keep it up! The Softball team also played in a number of games this week. The Warriors took on the Bethlehem Eagles on Monday. The ladies fought hard but fell short 7-2. Great highlight by Kelly Donelly, who started the game by hitting a bloop double. Good luck next time ladies. The Boy’s Baseball team took on a couple opponents this week, including Bethlehem, Colonie and Tamarac. The boys took on Bethlehem on Monday, and unfortunately couldn’t pull out a victory, and lost 6-5 in extra innings. On the 4th, the Warriors hosted Colonie. The boys started out strong, but fell short 184. Runs were scored by Joe Marino, Tyler Childrose, Sam Beaulac, and Josh Austin. AP then took on Tamarac high school on Friday and beat them easily 8-1. Great end to a challenging week! Last week was a jam packed week, but the games don’t stop now. Next week the Warriors will be taking on, and hopefully beating several opponents, so come and support our AP Warriors! If you have any questions or comments, feel free to contact me at email@example.com.
AP RECYCLING DAY TO BENEFIT AP TRACK & FIELD AP Recycling Day to Benefit the Averill Park Track & Field program will be held on Saturday, April 21st, from 10AM - 2PM in the High School Parking Lot. Recycle your old microwaves, air conditioners, computers and other electronic devices for far less than you would pay at recycling centers. Price is .35 cents per pound paid that day which would constitute your donation. Also accepting - Televisions, VCR’s, DVD’s, Stereos and other entertainment equipment with a monetary donation. Thank You for your support!!!
DEVIL CATS BASEBALL 14 RED TEAM TO SPONSOR PANCAKE BREAKFAST On Saturday, April 21, 2012 from 8:00 to 10:00 a.m., the 14-Year Old Devil Cats Red Baseball Team will host a Pancake Breakfast at the Sport’s Grill located at 4 Middle Mannix Road in Rensselaer. Breakfast includes pancakes, bacon and unlimited coffee and juice. Tickets are $5.00 each and can be purchased in advance by contacting Maria Vooris at 283-9106. Tickets can also be bought at the door the morning of the breakfast. There will also be a 50/50 raffle. Money raised will go toward tournament fees for our upcoming season. Come on out and enjoy a great breakfast! We appreciate your support for our team!
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Siena Junior defender Morgan Will ( AP ’09) clears the ball against a Bryant University opponent.Siena won this recent contest with a 9-8 OT victory. The Tri-Village Bowhunters Club just finished their youth archery program. Over fifty young archers completed the 10 week program which included instruction, indoor target shooting, an outdoor 3-D Shoot and a fun shoot w/balloon popping and lots of good food to eat. We would like to thank the parents who encouraged, supported and transported their children. Also, the club members who helped so this program could be such a success.
AVERILL PARK POP WARNER FOOTBALL/CHEER REGISTRATION Averill Park Pop Warner is accepting registration for the 2012 season. Registration is open to Averill Park School District and Wynantskill Union Free School District. The fee for Tackle and Cheer (ages 7-15) is $125.00/ participant. Flag and Cub Cheer (ages 5-7) is $75.00/ participant. Family discounts are available. Forms are available online at www.ezteamz.com/averillparkpopwarner and can be mailed to APPW, P.O. Box 561, Averill Park, NY 12018. Please include copy of birth certificate (new participants only) and wallet sized photo with the registration forms. Date: April 19th at the Algonquin Middle School Lobby, 6-8PM.
AVERILL PARK WALK AGAINST HUNGER Algonquin Middle School’s service learning organization, SL@AMS, is planning a walk-a-thon on April 21, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. We are walking to help Doors of Hope and the Hope 7 Food Pantry raise funds for the Feinstein Challenge. Area food pantries can earn matching funds for all donations during March and April. This is a community-wide event and we would like to invite families from all of our schools, as well as community members to join us as we fight hunger in our Community. For additional information, please contact Carol Winkley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EAST GREENBUSH DAY CAMP & SPORTS CAMP! The Town of East Greenbush is accepting Summer Day Camp Registrations for children who have completed Kindergarten – 15 years of age. Camp has two sessions, July 9-27 and July 30-August 17 from 9am-3pm M-F. There is also a Sports Camp provided by the US Sports Institute for children ages 5-14, which is conducted August 20-24 and August 27-31 with a Sports Squirts Program from August 20-24 and a Beginners Golf Clinic offered August 27-31 as well. Both camps are held at the East Greenbush Town Park. For more specific information, and forms pertaining to Summer Camp and the Sports Camp, please visit the town’s website at www.eastgreenbush.org. Email DLanni@eastgreenbush.org or feel free to contact the Community and Recreational Services Department at 477-4194.
TWIN TOWN LITTLE LEAGUE OPENING DAY CELEBRATION Twin Town Little League will be holding a Giffy’s Bar-B-Q opening day celebration on Saturday, April 21st, at the Williams Rd Complex from 4:00 pm- 6:00 pm. Your Choice of 1/2 Giffy’s BBQ chicken or Pulled Pork Sandwich. Dinners include, baked potato, cole slaw, roll with butter, cookie and a beverage. Dinners purchased in advance: $11.00 per dinner; $44.00 for 4 dinners. Dinners purchased day of barbecue: $12.00 per dinner; $44.00 for 4 dinners Order Early Dinners are limited the day of BBQ. Deadline for advance orders is April 14, 2012. Order Forms at www.TTLL.com, under handout/forms
LADY ROYALS 16U APPLEBEE’S FUNDRAISER BREAKFAST AND GAME Please join the Lady Royals 16U for breakfast and a game. The Lady Royals 16U Softball Team is a community-based team; many are from the Averill Park area. We are hosting a Flapjack Fundraiser Breakfast for $6 at Applebee’s, 594 N. Troy Road in Rensselaer on April 21st from 8AM to 10AM. After breakfast the Averill Park Varsity girls are playing Hoosick Valley at home at 11AM. Please come out to support the girls and our local sports in general. Tickets can be purchased at the door, or for advanced tickets, please contact Matt Johnson at 283-5984.
TROY-ALBANY TITANS TRYOUTS The Titans, the only Tier 1 NYS Tournament Bound Youth Hockey Association in the Capital District Area are holding tryouts for their 2012-2013 AAA Titans teams. Our AAA program provides superior player growth and development that will give your player the skills to compete at the next level. The Titans participate in the prestigious New England Hockey League. Tryouts for the Titans will be held at the RPI Field House Arena in Troy, NY. AAA Major/Minor Level Birth Year Time (all PM) Squirt Minor 2003 April 16th 6:30-8:00 Squirt Major 2002 April 18th 6:30-8:00 Peewee Minor 2001 April 17th 6:00-7:30 Peewee Major 2000 April 19th 6:00-7:30 Bantam Minor 1999 April 17th 7:45-9:15 Bantam Major 1998 April 19th 7:45-9:00 Tryout fee is $50. Check out our AAA Titans program at http:/ /www.troyalbanytitans.com. Any player who was not registered with Troy-Albany Hockey last season will need to present a signed NYSAHA player release to attend tryouts.
BRUNSWICK BULLDOGS FOOTBALL & CHEERLEADING (2012 SEASON)
RENSSELAER COUNTY 4-H DAIRY BOWL CONTEST RESULTS
Registrations are being accepted for the 2012 Brunswick Bulldogs Football & Cheerleading Programs. When: Thursday, April 19, 2012, 5:00pm – 8:00pm Where: Brunswick Community Center, Keyes Lane FLAG - The flag football & cheerleading season begins on Wednesday, August 1st, and runs through to the end of September. Practice is from 6:00 – 7:30 pm twice a week through August and once a week when school begins in September. Games are on Saturday mornings. This program is for children who will be in kindergarten – 2nd grade during the 2012 school year. The child must be 5 years old by August 1, 2012. TACKLE AND CHEER - The tackle football & cheerleading season begins on Wednesday, August 1st, and runs through the end of October. Practice is from 6:00 – 8:00, three times a week. Games are on Sundays. This program is for children who will be in 3rd and 4th grade for the Junior Division program, and 5th and 6th grade for the Senior Division program. If you would like to request a registration form, you may visit our website at: http://www.brunswickbulldogsnyfl.com or for additional information, please call Sandy at 301-9450 or email email@example.com.
4-H members from across the Capital District travelled to Ballston Spa High School to participate in the Capital District 4-H Dairy Bowl Contest hosted by Saratoga County Cornell Cooperative Rensselaer Novice left to right – Carolyn Extension. Stannard-Carlo-coach, Caroline County fielded a Novice, Cipperly, Sydney Helou, Natalie Junior and Senior Team. Many Shudt, Travis Michel, Isaac Carlo thanks to our team coaches; and Tyler Helou Carolyn Stannard-Carlo of Schaghticoke - Novice, Lisa Coluccio of Hoosick Falls - Junior, and Tara Cottrell of Johnsonville - Senior. The Novice team placed 4th lead by Captain Natalie Shudt and members Isaac Carlo, Travis Michel, Caroline Cipperly, Sydney and Tyler Helou. Individually, Natalie placed 8th and Isaac 10th among the Novice players. The Junior Team placed 4th and was led by Captain Abbie Tarbox and members Patrick Michel, Wyatt Coluccio and Bella Wiley. Individually Patrick placed 10th among the Junior players and Rensselaer County Junior Team member Junior Team left to right – Lisa – Brigham Logue played as a Coluccio-coach, Abbie Tarbox, team member on the Wyatt Coluccio, Bella Wiley, Saratoga Junior Team which Brigham Logue and Patrick Michel placed 2nd. Our Senior Team which was led by Captain Olivia Logue and members Courtney Luskin, Marilyn Lamb and Lindsey McMahon placed 4th. Individually, Olivia placed 5th and Courtney 10th among the senior players. The Capital District Dairy Bowl event encompasses 14 different counties that makeup the greater Capital District Region of New York State. The event always allows a great venue for challenging youth Senior Team left to right – Olivia to sharpen their teamwork Logue, Marilyn Lamb, Courtney skills as well as their Dairy Luskin and Lindsey McMahon – Industry knowledge. not pictured is coach- Tara Another benefit to the event Cottrell is providing an environment where youth from different counties can get to know each other and start developing life-long networks. A huge thank you to all the parents and volunteers who made Dairy Bowl possible. For information about this or other 4-H Youth Development Programs, please call Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rensselaer County at 272-4210 or your respective County Cornell Cooperative Extension office.
EG GIRLS SOFTBALL LEAGUE 50TH ANNIVERSARY (1962-2012) If you played for EGGSL and would like to be a part of our “50th Anniversary Celebration” on Saturday, April 21st, 2012, please e-mail PublicRelations@egsoftball.org for more info.
2012 BRUNSWICK BASEBALL REGISTRATION - SENIOR HOUSE LEAGUE Brunswick Baseball is currently registering players age 17-22 for the 2012 Senior House League season. Players must register on-line by visiting our website @ www.eteamz.com/brunswickbaseball and clicking on the Links Tab on our Home-page menu. The “New” Senior House League will consist of a 12 game regular season schedule with play-offs planned at the end of the season. The senior league will be a wood bat league with games played at the Brunswick Sports Complex on Rte 2 in the Town of Brunswick. The registration fee will be $135 per player. The Brunswick Baseball League is an independent League with no boundaries, and registration is open to all interested players. Registration for the Senior League will remain open until the end of April – Teams will be drafted in early May. For questions, please contact Mark Phillips at 279-3471 or Guy Changa at 326-5236.
LEGION VOLLEYBALL CLUB GOLF TOURNAMENT FUNDRAISER The Legion Volleyball Club is a Capital Region based not-forprofit organization that promotes the furtherance of team spirit and education in the sport of Volleyball throughout East Greenbush and surrounding communities. Our organization is just three years old and exists primarily to assist young athletes expand their skills and abilities in the sport of volleyball. This year, we will host our first Golf Tournament / fundraiser at the Burden Lake Country Club on Saturday, May 5th. This exciting day will feature an 18 hole, best ball format and BBQ dinner to follow. Raffles and other prizes will greet our guests that day. Register early - we are limiting this event to the 1st 128 paid golfers! Flag sponsors welcome! Checks can be made out directly to: Legion Volleyball Club-Golf and mailed directly to: Legion Golf - 164 Waters Road, East Greenbush, NY 12061. Questions: e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
HUNTER ED. TRAINING Hunter Education Training scheduled at Bailey Mt. Fish & Game Club, Inc. on Friday, May 4th, from 7 to 11PM; and Sunday, May 6th, from 7:30AM to 4:30PM. Hunter Education course is held at Bailey Mt. Fish & Game Club, Inc, 531 Snyders Lake Road, Wynantskill (Town of North Greenbush). Pre-registration is required!! Pre-registration will be held at the Bailey Mt. Fish & Game Club, Inc every Wednesday from 7 to 8:30PM starting on Wednesday, March 28th, until the class is full. Class size is limited and based on first-come, firstserved basis, pre-register early to be sure of a class slot. 286-9620.
LOOKING FOR A GOLF PARTNER? Rensselaer Senior Center in conjunction with Evergreen Country Club is forming a co-ed golf league for the 2012 season. You must be at least 60 years old to join. We will start Thursday, April 26th, and golf
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FOR SALE 2005 Sundowner Sunlite 727 horse trailer. 3 horse - Slant with ramp. B&W Hitch, B & W Hitch extender. 102” wide. Hardly used, in very good condition. Bought NEW $28,920 asking $15,499. obo. Call 884-9775 2012 new unopened 6 person hot tub. LED lighting, waterfall, 50 jets Retail $7000.Sell $3,200 470-3536 34 foot Class A RV. large slide, 2 AC, 2 heat zones, full bath, Perfect for set up on seasonal lot. $17,000. Call (518) 283-4464 Commode. Never been used. $25. 674-3207 Entertainment ctr., med. oak, 57x55x20, $150. Denim blue 66” loveseat $100. VGC 366-7061 Ford F-150 1998 8 ft. truck bed with tailgate and lights. Good cond. $400. Firm 426-9192 Hay clearance sale 461-4461
FOR SALE Estate Sale, 9-4, April 14&15. Household itmes, old toys,vintage glassware, furn. records, books & much more. Pawling Ave to Pinewoods Ave to 5 Patton Rd. Troy
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RUMMAGE SALE Red Mill School will hold a Rummage Sale on Saturday, April 28, from 8am – 2pm at Red Mill Elementary School, 225 McCullough Place, East Greenbush, in the cafeteria and upper gym area. Something for everyone, and a bake sale. CASH ONLY please.
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EAST SIDE QUILTERS BUS TRIP TO THE XXXIII QUILT SHOW Join East Side Quilters for a bus trip to the XXXIII Quilt Show of the Northern Start Quilt Guild in Somers, NY, on Saturday, May 5, 2012. Many of the guild’s members have had their work juried into nationally- and Internationally-known shows. See past shows at: www.northernstarquilters.com. Bonnie Hunter’s free lecture is at 11:30 am. Over 30 vendors. The cost of $35 includes bus ride, show admission and tip for the Driver. Bus cut-off is April 16th or sooner when full. Bus will make one stop on the way down and brief dinner stop on return trip. Get on the bus at Yankee Trails, 569 Third Ave. Ext., Rensselaer (7:30 am), or Crossgates Commons (behind PetSmart) at 7:50AM; depart Somers at 4:45PM. Make checks payable to: East Side Quilters. Contact Pat Piniazek at: email@example.com; 518 577-0491
Saturday, April 21st, at the Nassau American Legion Post #1268. We will be opening at 9:00 am with Bag Sale 1:00 to 3:00 pm. All items are at bargain prices. Like a giant garage sale inside. We will also of course have some yummy homemade baked goods. The Post is located on Chatham St. next to Cumberland Farms, right off Route 20 at four corners in Nassau. Please save the date, and plan to stop by and check out our bargains.
HOMES FOR SALE 2002, 14 X68 Champion manufactured hm in park, 3 br, 2 ba, w/d, refrig., stove & dw, shed, wood deck entry, great cond., extras, on Nassau Lk, $24,000. 766-0144 2120 sq. ft. home, built 1880 cor. lot, behind Castleton library. 5 BR, 2.5 ba., a/g pool. $190,000. Pruett Enterprises. Appt. only. 477-8339 3 BR brick ranch. 1 ba, hw flrs. 1/4 acre, garage, new stove, ref. & hot water tank. Great starter. Ellen @ Bryce 495-0099 Argyle/ Think summer $149,900. Year round 3 BR home with water/ dock rights to Cossayuna Lake. Al @ Bryce 441-4353 New listing. Brunswick $399,000. Farmhouse, barn, stocked pond on 55+/ -acres. Al Konleczny at Bryce RE 441-4353
Huge 1800 sq ft. 4BR manufactured home. 2002 like new, 2 full bath, LR, FR w/ fireplace, appliances, central air, deck, large yard, lots of storage, great Clifton Park location, $59,500. (518) 221-0151 New listing. Pittstown $339,900. Huge 7 BR executive ranch on 6+ acres. Brill. school. Al Konieczny at Bryce RE 441-4353. New listing. Troy $127,500. Brick home. Excellent investment. Walk to RPI / hospitals. Al Konieczny at Bryce RE. 441-4353 Pittstown. $119.900. Rare 3 family moneymaker Al @Bryce 441-4353 RPI 2 family, fully rented! Bonus income pays taxes! Steph@Bryce 428-5183
DROP OFF YOUR RETURNABLES Drop off your returnables at the Rensselaer Eagles #4446, 851 Broadway, Rensselaer, NY 12144. All proceeds go to cancer. If you can’t come to us, we will come to you. Call 436-4446.
REAL ESTATE EAST GREENBUSH SCHOOLS / TOWN OF SCHODACK New Homes Available For Quick Occupancy All 4 BDR + Study! Awesome Views @ The Highlands... $479,500 2,950 sf on 2.05 Acres- Walkway Over Foyer! $489,900 2,800 sf on 1.69 Acres- New Design- 1st Time Built! $499,995 3,131 sf on 1.78 Acres- 3 Car Garage
Call to make appointment to Preview all 3 of these home! Visit: www.johnpaige.com Nunziato & Paige Realty, Inc. 428-5968
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
$650. Beautiful new huge 1 BR. Lawn, quiet! No pets. Bryce 2717630.
Victorian style apt. 12 ft. high ceiling. 1 lg. BR. C/A, gas heat, priv. pkng, billiard room, laundry room, storage room. Pets ok, $750+. Cohoes/ Latham. 389-5253
$750-$800, large 1 br, first floor; 1 br all utils. included, no smoke, no pets, EG. (518) 477-8453 2 br, $750 + heat & hot water, refrig.&stove, no pets, 1st mo rent, last month rent & security, nr Villa Valenti, Florence Way 892-3199 2BR+ Nassau Village area. Newly painted. Refurb, storage shed, use of yd, no dogs, trash incl. 5 min walk to bus to Albany. Financially stable mature individuals wanted $775. 917733-7119 Averill Park - 1BR, apt. updated & very clean. Easy parking, NO pets. $525+ util. G. Doyle, Broker 273-8828 www.garrydoyle.com/rte43 Averill Pk. 2nd flr 2 BR, suitable for 1 $750, utilities incl. Priv. prk’g attic storage. Avail 5/1 674-8729 East of Averill Park 2 BR, upstairs duplex, $665+ utilities. No pets. 766-5511 EG 1BR $675. heat, h/w incl. Well maint., quiet complex. No pets, sec, refs, lease 542-3475
HOMES FOR SALE Pittstown. $119.900. Rare 3 family moneymaker Al @Bryce 441-4353 RPI 2 family, fully rented! Bonus income pays taxes! Steph@Bryce 428-5183
APARTMENTS FOR RENT $1295+ 2-3 BR, 2 ba. Newly constructed duplex, HW flrs, cer. tile, garage.Burden Lake. No pets, no smoking. Ellen@ Bryce 4950099
APARTMENTS FOR RENT $435, East Nassau. Includes heat. Efficiency. Non smoking. Security. 766-0613 $515 Schodack 1st flr studio apt. Suitable for 1. All util’s incl, N/S N/P Ref’s required. 1st & last month required. 766-3305 $535. utils. incl., studio, security, NS, NP, Aver. Prk/Sand Lake area (518) 674-5074 $625. N. Greenbush. Quiet, 1 BR. Kitchen with pantry, large LR, new carpet. 371-2450
Why rent when you can own for Builder less than $1500 a month est. to e off ring up including taxes & HOA? $10,000 in incentives
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CALL MARIA MARTIN 857-6966 Starting in the $190’s! Hurry! Only a few units left! OPEN Every Sunday 12:30-3:00 • www.alani-realty.com
Glass Lake executive apt. New construction, dishwasher, w/d, very private, 2 tile baths, tile kitchen. $850. With heat $915. Call 947-6288 Lansingburgh. 3 BR apt. available now. $800+ utilities. No pets, 1st & last month Call 235-3547
Mountain view Brunswick 2nd flr, kitchen, DR, LR, 2 medium BR’s, incl. new carpets throughout, appl’s, & washer hookup. No pets. $650. 283-6223
Wynantskill country, lg 2 BR, 1 bath, includes heat. Lease. No dogs, no smokng. $960. 813-6795
REAL ESTATE WANTED "I Will Sell Your Home For ONLY A 3% Comm. Full Service RE! Dream Street 788-6381 Cash 4 your home! Fair price! No fees! Broker 928-8440 Homes wanted. AVPK & Brunswick! Quiet area! Bryce 6748440
REAL ESTATE WANTED "I Will Sell Your Home For ONLY A 3% Comm. Full Service RE! Dream Street 788-6381 Cash 4 your home! Fair price! No fees! Broker 928-8440 Homes wanted. AVPK & Brunswick! Quiet area! Bryce 6748440 Waterfront home in AVPK. Up to $400k, must be on water! Prefer Crystal or Crooked Lake. Bryce 674-8440
OPEN HOUSE Open Sunday 1-4. Pittstown $214,900. Well maintained executive ranch, 4+ acres. HW flrs, FP, huge deck w/scenic views. Man cave like oversize garage. Dir. 929 Johnsonville Rd. Al@Bryce 441-4353
Open Sunday 1-4. Pittstown $214,900. Well maintained executive ranch, 4+ acres. HW flrs, FP, huge deck w/scenic views. Man cave like oversize garage. Dir. 929 Johnsonville Rd. Al@Bryce 441-4353 Open Thursday 4-6. Reduced! $120’s. 4 BR, 2 ba. cape. Gar, fncd yard. 25 Mellon Ave. Bryce 271-7630
12-2pm. 4/15. 3570 River Rd./ 9J, Renss. 3BR, 1.5BA, historic home. East Greenbush Schools. 8.39 acres. Realty USA 421-1273 Open House, 04/14 10-3, 4/15 noon-4pm. Wynantskill, 28 Rhodes Ave. 2 BR with room to grow. 3/4 acre lot, inground pool, updated home with large kitchen. 283-2559/ 272-6950
HOUSE FOR RENT Rensselaer 3br apt. dead end st., large yard, completely renovated, w/d hookup, spacious open floor plan. $975+ sec. NS/NP 928-8597
North Greenbush, quiet 2 BR $725 heat included. no pets, no smoking. Yard. 479-7039 Room for rent. $115 week. Very nice, kitcchen & extra living area avail. Busline, Renss. 427-5065. Troy/ Sycawat Area, lrg. 2 BR., very nice & bright, no pets, no smok, $700+utils.+ sec. 274-7703
OPEN HOUSE Open House, 04/14 10-3, 4/15 noon-4pm. Wynantskill, 28 Rhodes Ave. 2 BR with room to grow. 3/4 acre lot, inground pool, updated home with large kitchen. 283-2559/ 272-6950
12-2pm. 4/15. 3570 River Rd./ 9J, Renss. 3BR, 1.5BA, historic home. East Greenbush Schools. 8.39 acres. Realty USA 421-1273
Open Thursday 4-6. Reduced! $120’s. 4 BR, 2 ba. cape. Gar, fncd yard. 25 Mellon Ave. Bryce 271-7630
VACATION RENTAL Cape Cod rental Dennisport. 3 BR, 1 bath on private road. Short walk to beaches. Visit our web site www.cottageoncape.com for more info includes pictures and avail.or call 518-885-9039 Crooked Lake 2 BR on water. Fish boat and swim! $1000 wkly. 6748440
RENTAL East Greenbush Gov. Square townhome. 3 level, 2 BR, $1100+ util. Avail May 1st. 432-4779
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Trimming & Removal Stump Grinding Lot Clearing * Bucket Truck
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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766-0995 • 610-0969 LEGAL NOTICE 1487-1491 FIFTH AVENUE LLC, a domestic LLC, Arts. of Org. filed with the SSNY on 1/19/12. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: c/o Ryan M. O’Hagan, 865 United Nations Plaza, #3B, NY, NY 10017. General Purposes.
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Notice of Formation of a Limited Liability Company (LLC): Name: Transcend Lighting, LLC, Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State (SSNY) on 12/07/2011. 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: C/O TRANSCEND LIGHTING, LLC 14 Calkins Farm Road, Averill Park, NY 12018. Purpose: Any Lawful Purpose. Latest date upon which LLC is to dissolve: No specific date.
BRINK’S TRUCKING & EXCAVATING • Drainage • Ponds • Driveways ALL TYPES OF EXCAVATING Land Clearing Free Estimates
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East Nassau Rural Cemetery Association NOTICE OF MEETING A meeting of the East Nassau Rural Cemetery Association will be held on Sunday, April 22, 2012 at 2:00 pm at the Brainard Firehouse, Brainard, NY. All lot owners and anyone else interested are welcome and encouraged to attend. Lenore Laier Secretary & Treasurer 794-8434
APPLIANCE REPAIR Most brands incl. Sears. Prompt service. Mike Horowitz 477-8378 AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR MILLER’S AUTOMOTIVE, Averill Park (518)674-5222 Autos Wanted: Cash paid. Junk cars/trucks/vans. Free towing. No title needed. Fast, same day serv. John (518) 370-6166 or 768-3009 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 CHIMNEY CLEANING Chimney cleaning & repairs, wood stoves installed. Insured, experienced. Don Bradley 6742444 CLEAN-OUTS Specializing in residential and commercial clean-ups, attics, bs’mts, garages, estates, insured. Simple Solutions - Mark 283-6527 CLEANOUTS & REMOVALS House, garage, barn, yard. Lot clearing, lt. demolition. 283-2331 CONCRETE Sidewalks & driveways, chimney repairs, retaining walls, drainage systems & basement waterproofing, free ests., insured. Poestenkill Mountain Farms 6058392
ELECTRICIAN J N Electric, service upgrade, swimming pools, new construction, basements. Fully insured, refs, free est. Jim 9295886 ELECTRICIAN Lammon Electric. Full lic. & ins. 25yrs exp., res./comm. 274-5100 ERRANDS Mowing, shopping, cleaning, Dr. appts. etc. Rebecca 428-7778 EXCAVATING Small jobs, light excavating water lines, foundations & drainage. Poestenkill Mountain Farms 6058392 EXCAVATION Drainage, grading, septic work, Fully insured. 283-6181 FIREWOOD Order now. Cut, split & delivered. all hardwood $170/cord. 658-2303 FIREWOOD- SEASONED Cut, split & deliv. $175/ full cd, $250 cord & 1/2. 658-2089. Local FLOORS Floating, hardwood, tile, refinishing. Ins. Free est. 3683716 FURNITURE REPAIR All types of wooden furniture repairs and new furniture. Cabinet door and drawer repair. 279-wood (9663)
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
Hardwood Flooring & Assoc. Sanding, refinishing, install. Refs., free est., fully ins. Electrical, plumbing, remodeling. 253-1691 HOME IMPROVEMENTS. Low, affordable kitchen/bath remodeling, decks, HVAC, flooring, roofing, 461-5380 HOUSE CLEANING Using Green cleaners. Call for price. Bonded. Jill 727-1342 House Pressure Washing Safe, no harsh chemicals. Carpet Cleaning Deep steam cleaning, pet odor, stain removal ... you’ll love your carpets! Free estimates. Insured. Senior Discount. 372-1664 or www.bluegoosecleaning.com HOUSECLEANING Free est., senior discount. No job too small. Valerie (518) 235-3294 HOUSECLEANING GLEAM TEAM. Res./Office. Over 34 yrs local exper. FULLYINSURED Gift certificates (518)477-7566
GARDENING We till it, seed it, feed it, weed it. 674-5521
JUNK CAR REMOVAL We pay cash for your junk cars, trucks, trailers. Todd 925-1071
DECKS/PRESSURE WASHING keep your home and your deck clean. town or country. local cell. 618-8051
GENERAL CONTRACTING Affordable kitc, baths, remodels, HVAC, flooring, roofing, siding, finished basements, decks, additions. Free est 378-6298
JOEYJUNK.COM Cleanouts, hauling, attics, basements, garages, dumpsters available, Fully ins. 892-6354
DIVORCE Uncontested papers prepared $299(Incl. poor person app) Separation agreements avai. 2740380
GROUNDS MAINTENANCE seasonal cleanups, mulching, shrub trimming, fertilizing & lawn mowing. Free est. 428-2786.
DJ Prof/ affordable. 4 hour events start at $150. Call Cazz 542-6599
GUTTERS Empire Seamless Gutters (518) 732-2761, 577-8311
DOG TRAINING In-Home. Day & evening appts. Avail. 7 days per week. 326-0553
HANDYMAN , REMODELING and Carpentry services. Experienced. Careful attention to detail. Insured. Guaranteed int/ext. work. Call Ernie Mumford 669-4530
DRAIN CLEANING Full service drain cleaning & repairs, incl. camera/video inspections. Emergency serv. 674-0908
WELL DRILLING & PUMP CO.
$100 OFF Any 6” Drilled Well $25 OFF Any Service Call Coupon must be presented at time of work • 1 coupon per service • expires 7/31/12
Water Wells • Water Pumps
ELECTRICAL WORK Installations & repairs. Quality work, reas. rates. Steve 364-7231
HANDYMAN Carpentry, masonry, constr., landscaping, sheetrock, paint, press. wash, window wash, cleanups, repairs, free est. Pls call 764-2679
DEBRIS REMOVAL Attics/ B’ment / Garage, Cons. cleanup. We take it all! 727-4068
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ALL ABOVE SERVICES Bucket truck services. Tree trimming, painting. 202-6114
DRYWALL Best Drywall, Insul., hanging, taping, painting, ref., ins. 7664203
GEOTHERMAL SYSTEMS & HYDRO FRACTURING
JUNK CARS We pay top dollars for all junk cars, trucks, vans, etc. Call (518) 322-0654 JUNK CARS Fast cash. we buy junk cars/scrap Same day service. 285-1146 Dan JUNK CARS WANTED $400 to $1,000 cash for Junk cars vans,trucks,motorcycles.365-3368 Landscaping D.J.M. Comm/Res. Lic., & Ins. clean-ups,mowing, fert. 858-6514 LANDSCAPING JRD3 Professional landscaping, and contractor’s services. 528-5113 Avail 24 hrs. jrd3landscaping.com
Muddy Driveway? Muddy Driveway? Drainage Problems? Wet Basement? We offer solutions for all your excavation needs from simple repairs to site development
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SERVICES LANDSCAPING Lawn & Order. Spring cleanup, mowing, etc. comm./ res. Fully insured. Mike Miller 858-8580 LANDSCAPING Lawn care, prop. maintenance, mulch, stone patios, 10% off spring cleanups. 817-8246 LANDSCAPING Property maintenance. All phases installation & grounds maintenance. Free est. Dan 4282786. LANDSCAPING Spring cleanups, mulch, lawn care, installation, fully insured.. victory-landscaping.com 366-9094 LAWN CARE Lawn care. Most lawns $32. Senior discount. Call Harry 4794263 or 423-1060 LAWN CARE Affordable, lawn mowing, hedge trimming, clean-up, mulching. Call Jeff at (518)461-5902 LAWN CARE Affordable, mowing, trimming, cleanups, ins., free est. 322-3296 LAWN CARE Bob’s Lawn Service. Locally owned. Mow, spring cleanup aerate, dethatch, overseeding. Professional and insured. Call for quote. 852-3436 Commerical and residential. LAWN CARE Lawn mowing, Spring cleanup, 937-1068 LAWN CARE Mow, mulch, fertilize. Spring cleanup. Stump grinding, brush hogging, dethatching. Free est. fully ins. Shawn Swartz, Schodack 857-7443 LAWN CARE Mowing, dethatching, mulching, cleanups.Fully insured. 283-6181 LAWN CARE Mowing, mulch, dethatching. bigdavesyard.com Dave 424-3667 LAWN CARE Nothing fancy, just “mow and go”. Call Rick 487-9517 LAWN CARE Offering reliable and affordable lawn care. New clients get 1/2 off their 3rd service. (518) 429-7743 LAWN CARE PLUS, LLC Weekly maintenance, clean ups, mulch, stone driveways, blade sharping. Fully insured, plus much more. 598-9418, 852-6517 email@example.com LAWN CARE Spring cleanup, residential lawns $25. weekly mowing. 766-9500
Phone (518) 438-8900 Fax (518) 438-9193
LAWN CARE Spring cleanups, dethatch, weekly cuts, hedge trimming 449-4050 LAWN CARE Spring cleanups, weekly mows, mulching & more. Free estimates. Call Zack 518-669-5734 LAWN CARE&JUNK REMOVAL Mow, trim, yard cleanups- attic, basement, garage cleanouts. Ray Mason (518) 573-1133
Rexford Engineering, PLLC 3990153 New & replacement septic system design. Bldg. design: additions/renov.
ROOF All types, quality work, free est., fully insured. (518) 368-3716
ROOF REPAIR No job too small. Fully ins., free est. Holland Roofing 451-9325
TREE & LANDSCAPE SERVICE AMERICAN TREE New trees planted or replaced Hedge trimming & removal Scott @ 487-4944 or 202-6114
LAWNMOWER REPAIR Most brands, used machines also, pickup & delivered. Mike Horowitz (518) 477-8378
ROOFING A&J Roofing, shingles, slate, rubber. Fully insured. Free est. (518)283-9094
TREE CARE Pruning, trimming, removal, stump grinding. Also a full landscape service. Chris @ 6743343
MASONRY All phases, new and old. Fully insured. Call Shawn 577-0962 firstname.lastname@example.org
ROOFING Roofing, siding, carpentry. Jim Nichols (518) 733-9022
TREE REMOVAL Free estimates. Insured. Stump removal & pruning 491-4206
ROOFING Pro Tech Roofing & Repairs. Comm/res rubber, TPO shingle, standing seam metal. Free est, fully ins. 257-0411
TREE SERVICE DJ Tree Service, 23 yrs. exp. Free est. Stump removal, ins. 427-1590
LAWN AND YARD SERVICE Clean-ups, mowing, aerating, dethatching, rolling, weeding, tree trimming. 641-8391 PAINT 1 All phases, wallpaper removed. Insured. Free est. 368-3716 PAINTER - PAPER HANGER 30 yrs exp. free est, fully ins. Economical prices Nancy 2484044 PAINTING AA Season’s Best Painting Svc. 18yrs exp.Member of BBB. Insurance & refs. 424-0078 PAINTING/PAPER HANGING Interior / exterior painting. Drywall hanging and taping. Over 30 yrs. experience. Leonard 733-9786 PLUMBING & HEATING Repair, installs, service, licensed experienced, insured. Cert., 24 hr. service 518 283-2331 PLUMBING, HEATING & A/C Licensed & fully ins. 283-7121, cell 221-7703 kaczalaplumbingandheating.com POOL RENOVATIONS Liner changes, repairs, concrete work, pumps & filters. Plumbing work 268-9764 PRESSURE WASH/PAINTING Custom painting, deck refinish, cedar & alum. siding. Keep your home clean. Town or country, local cell 618-8051. Free estimates. Rainbow Vacuum Cleaners Sales/ service. New and reconditioned, free pickup. 877265-8367 Toll free.
ROTO-TILLING All types and sizes. Prompt. 8 HP Troy Bilt. Fred (518)479-4330
ROTO -TILLING Will till gardens, flower beds, etc. 283-0197 SEPTIC CLEANING Sand Lake Septic. Tanks cleaned, repair, new installation 674-3000 SEPTIC SERVICE Tanks cleaned, group rates avail. Call a neighbor! Gene 674-5223 SEWING MACHINE REPAIR Household/industrial, all makes, tune-ups,parts, supplies 674-8491 STONE & DIRT DRIVEWAYS Repairs, Excavation, Ditching, Drainage. Stone & Gravel & Topsoil deliveries. Free est. insured. 258-4092/712-5332 STUMP ‘N GRIND Prof. stump grinding srvc. Insured. Best choice. 877-8033/ 301-5712 SURVEYING William Darling Land Surveyor. 279-9726 www.darlingsurvey.com TOP SOIL Topsoil, stone, mulch. Lawns installed, spreading avail. Free delivery. 339-3369
INTERIOR/EXTERIOR PAINTING AND STAINING
TREE SERVICE Brush, tree, shrub removal & trimming. Also small building demolition. Insured and experienced. Don Bradley Jr. (518) 674-2444
Lawn Mowing Very reasonable rates. 674-1115 or 258-6213 Rich Sager.
ROOFING/SIDING Roofin,g all types. Vinyl siding (518) 465-7492
r Discounts fo ts Ve Seniors &
Free Estimates • Fully Insured • 25 Years Experience
ROOFING Specializing in architectural, 3 tab, metal, cedar shakes and repairs. Free est. Call 378-6298
MASONRY Concrete*Brick*Tile*Stone Foundation to Chimney Ponds*Patios*Retaining Walls TobiaConstruction.com 477-8453
TREE SERVICE Removal & trimming. Exp., Free est.& insured 766-9346/ 275-3061 WE BUY HOUSES We are not realtors. 689-6400 www.fourseasonsholdingsllc.com WELL PUMP SERVICE Repairs and service. Call Jeff 461-5902 WELL PUMP SERVICE Residential/commercial, service & repairs (518) 283-2331 WINDOW CLEANING Ken’s Window Cleaning. Fully insured, commercial/ residential 40 year family exp. 766-4975
GOODYEAR NAMED TO DEAN’S LIST AT BOSTON UNIV. 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 3.9 grade point average and was named to the Dean’s List for the Fall semester of the 2011/2012 academic year.
STUDENTS NAMED TO COLLEGE OF SAINT ROSE DEAN’S LIST for FALL 2011 The College of Saint Rose in Albany, N.Y., announced that the following local residents were among 848 students named to the Dean’s List for the fall 2011 semester: Kristin Bent of Wynantskill, Tiffany White of Rensselaer, Nourah Alsheweir of Rensselaer, Cassondra Chapko of Valley Falls, Malana Jojo of Melrose, Brianna Ryan of Valley Falls, Hannah LindenDarrow of Sand Lake, Kaitlyn Tate of Eagle Bridge, Aerica Fredricks of Troy, Amanda Czech of East Greenbush, Devon Wade of Troy, Kristin Cobb of Rensselaer, Aye Myo of Rensselaer, Jocelyn Justiniano of Troy, Sarah Middleton of Hoosick Falls, Thomas Bennett of Troy, Kerrin Moon of Troy, Stefanie Green of Troy, Sydney Bashford of Troy, Leah Hyldelund of Troy, Krystie Beale of Rensselaer, Zhaleh LaLiberte-Lavasani of Troy, Katie O’Bryan of Wynantskill, John Gezzo of Troy, Lindsay Bonesteel of Troy, Adrianne Purtell of Troy, Danielle Varcasio of Troy, Justine Brathwaite of East Greenbush, Mackenzie Gibbons of Johnsonville, Kara Sheldon of Rensselaer, Daniel Cobbins of Troy, Margaret Allen of Rensselaer, Amanda Oligny of Stephentown, Marissa Kilkenny of Troy, Leanne Barscz of Troy, Janet Glaude of Troy, Raven Short of Troy, Annie Delano of Schaghticoke, Elizabeth Mullin of Rensselaer, Phillip Giarrusso of Stephentown, Stephanie Clowe of Wynantskill, Jessica Pipino of Schaghticoke, Jeffrey Williams of Rensselaer, Christine Baumeister of Wynantskill, Kristen Ernest of Sand Lake, MacKenzie Burke of Rensselaer, Daniella DeRose of Wynantskill, Alexandria Devine of Cherry Plain, Carina Mahar of East Greenbush, David Bowen of Rensselaer, Alexandra Kline of Castleton, Rachael Spica of East Schodack, Courtney Bigness of Rensselaer. Full-time students who complete a minimum of 12 credit hours and achieve a semester grade-point average of at least 3.5 with no grades of D, F, Incomplete or Pass/Fail are eligible for inclusion on the Dean’s List.
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NOTICE OF FORMATION OF UNCLE TAM ENTERTAINMENT, LLC, Office in Rensselaer Co. Articles of Org. filed with Secretary of State of New York SSNY (SSNY) on 2.22.2012. design. agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to: 38 Barrows Street #2, Albany, New York 12209. Purpose: any lawful act or activity for which limited liability companies may be organized under the LLCL. Park Formation of Notice Resources LLC art. of org. filed Secy. of State NY (SSNY) 10/31/11. Off. loc. in Rensselaer Co. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to: 159 Glass Lake Rd, Averill Park, NY 12018. Purpose: Any lawful purpose. Notice of formation: TROY 1813 LLC. Articles of Organization filed by NYS Secretary of State on Office February 27, 2012. location: Rensselaer County. NYS Secretary of State designated as agent of the limited liability company upon whom process against it may be served and the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against it to Troy 1813 LLC, c/o Arlene Nock, 191 2nd Street, Troy, NY 12180. The limited liability company is to be managed by one or more of its members. Purpose: Hold real estate and any other lawful purpose.
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477-5555 HELP WANTED ATTENTION: Water Tech. & Customer Service positions: Training provided. Must be a HS Grad Starting $535 wk. Benefits & bonuses. 899-5555 H2o Solutions Booth for rent. Small family owned friendly neighborhood shop. We are looking for hair stylist who enjoys her work. We are just 3 blocks from RPI campus. FT/ & P/T needed. 1st mo. Rent FREE. Call June @ 274-4573 All replies kept confidential. Booth rental for stylist. Great location for barber In Poestenkill salon. 225-7276. for Rep Service Customer textbook warehouse. Schodack. Position avail. June 1. until Sept. 30. 336-2103 Executive Woods Childcare off Everett Rd . Albany. P/T cook, 9:00 am to 12:30 pm Mon.-Fri., w/ possibility of extra hrs. 459-7156 Experienced Hair Stylist: FT guaranteed wages, generous comm., retirement plan, paid vacation/holidays. Busy walk-in only salon. East Greenbush 4794504, ask for Beth; Brunswick 271-8526, ask for Sabrina. Aveda tech. Hairstylist/Nail Concept Spa. Looking to rent space. 477-1007. Learn more about us: www.sharleedayspa.com Laborer for framing crew. Transp. a must. Exp. preferred. 366-2176 Landscape/construction. Looking for reliable, hardworking person, clean driving record a must, experience pref. but will train 6742444 Live in PCA or HHA positions avail. 2-5 days per week Call Concepts of Health Care 518885-2020 Town of Sand Lake is now accepting applications for Beach Aides and Life Guards. Must have New York State Certification. Applications are available and must be received by April 20, 2012 at the Town Clerks Office. Any questions call 518-674-2026 Ext 22.
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HELP WANTED LPN. Location: Hawthorne Ridge (East Greenbush). Job Specifics: Part-time night position 11:00pm7:30am (32 hrs. per pay period) including every other weekend. Job duties: Assisting residents who are functionally, physically, and /or socially impaired and need 24 hours oversight. Minimum Licensed NYS requirements: Practical Nurse with one to two years of experience, preferably with the experience working elderly. Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Vacation, Holiday, Sick Pay, Retirement. Contact: email@example.com or Fax: 279-5307
HELP WANTED Now Hiring: Easy work, excellent pay assemble products at home. No selling, any hrs. $500 weekly potential. Info. Call 1-985-646 1700 DEPT. NY-968. Fee req’d. P/T light housekeeping. $15/hr. Wynantskill. 283-8317 PT, textbook warehouse help, June to Sept. Duties include inventory, maintaining filling/shipping orders. 336-2108
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NOTICE OF FORMATION of a [Domestic] Limited Liability Corporation. The name is Willowine, LLC. A NY LLC filed with the SS on 3/5/12. The LLC is located in Rensselaer Co. The SS is designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. The address the SS shall mail a copy of any process is c/o James L. Matzdorf, 129 Mountain View Terrace, Rensselaer, NY 12144. The LLC was formed for any legal purpose.
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LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Public Hearing. Sand Lake Zoning Board of Appeals will hold the following Public Hearing at the Sand Lake Town Hall, located at 8428 Miller Hill Rd., (NY66) Sand Lake, NY 12153, where all interested parties will be heard, April19, 2012 at 7:00 PM. Pursuant to the application of Noah Bond for an Interpretation of Zoning Officer for Portable Solar Panels (accessory structure) in front of physical building, according to Article XVIII 250-95C located at 1520-1530 Burden Lake Road, Averill Park NY. Zone M-1, Acres 4.3+-, 515 ft.+- Road Frontage, Tax Map ID #188.8.131.52, and Art Herman, for an Area Variance to construct a single family home according to ARTCLE XVIII 250-79 Schedule A (deficient of front yard set back), located at Rt. 43 Glass Lake NY (vacant lot). Zone R-2, Acres 0.38+- Road Frontage 113.15+This is a continuation from the last ZBA meeting March 22, 2012, by order of Monica Hardy, Secretary ZBA.
CCE BOARD OF DIRECTORâ€™S MEETING Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rensselaer County will hold a Board of Directorâ€™s Meeting on Wednesday, April 18th, at 7PM in the Education Room of their offices located at 61 State Street in Troy, NY 12180. Phone 272-4210.
EXTENSION OFFERS GARDENING CLASSES Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rensselaer County is pleased to offer the Gardening Through The Seasons Classes again this year. Each program will be held at the Extension Office at 61 State Street in Troy, starting at 7 PM. The classes include: â€œRoses: You Can Grow Themâ€? on April 12; â€œTerrariums: Miniature Worlds Under Glassâ€? on April 26; and â€œPest Management With The Environment In Mindâ€? on May 9. For registration information, please call Marcie at (518) 272-4210 or email mmp74@ cornell.edu.
Mindsnacks LLC. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY ("LLC") Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York ("SSNY") on 2nd day of September, 2009. Office location: Rensselaer County. Street Address: 428 Hays Road, Rensselaer, New York 12144. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY may mail a copy of any process to the LLC c/o Herzog Law Firm P.C., 7 Southwoods Boulevard, Albany, New York 12211. Latest date to dissolve: None. Purpose: to engage in any act or activity permissible under the LLC law. MINGALAR HOME SOLUTIONS LLC, a domestic LLC, Arts. of Org. filed with the SSNY on 2/28/12. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: Thant Zin, PO Box 666, Rensselaer, NY 12144. General Purposes. Notice of Formation of 59 PHILLIPS ROAD EG, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with NY Secretary of State on 1/11/2012. Office Location, Rensselaer County. The Secretary of State has been designated as agent upon whom process may be served and shall mail a copy of any process served on him or her to the LLC c/o Elizabeth Cicero, 23 Oakwood St., E. Greenbush, NY 12061. Street address of principal business location, 59 Phillips Rd., E. Greenbush, NY 12061. Purpose: any lawful activity. Notice of formation of a Limited Liability Company(â€œLLCâ€?). Name: Knowlson Ct., LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of NY (â€œSSNYâ€?) on February 21, 2012 . Office Location, County of Rensselaer. The SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon which process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of such process served to P.O. Box 969, Averill Park, NY 12018. Purpose: any lawful purpose. Notice of formation of a Limited Liability Company("LLC"). Name: AFFORDABLE RESTORATION. Articles of organization filed with the Secretary of State of NY (SSNY) on 3/13/12. Office location, County of Rensselaer. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to 7024 23th Ave Suite 202, Brooklyn, NY 11228. Purpose: any lawful purpose. Notice of formation of a Limited Liability Company(â€œLLCâ€?). Name: Athens Acres LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of NY (â€œSSNYâ€?) on March 2, 2012. Office Location, County of Rensselaer. The SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon which process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of such process served to P.O. Box 969, Averill Park, NY 12018. Purpose: any lawful purpose.
Notice of Formation of Flash Point Watch, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 3/6/12. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC, 8 Longhill Rd., Troy, NY 12180. Purpose: any lawful activities.
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NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. Name: Trojan Lofts, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of NY (SSNY) on 3/30/12. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY has been designated as agent upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process against the LLC to: 137 Church Street, Troy, NY 12180. Purpose: any lawful act or activity.
NOTICE OF FORMATION OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICE LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: JAMES WILSON, M.D., PLLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 03/16/12. The latest date of dissolution is 12/31/2112. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the PLLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the PLLC, c/o James Wilson, 500 Pond View, Suite 204, Castleton-On-Hudson, New York 12033. Purpose: For the practice of the profession of Veterinary Medicine.
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NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. Name: 418 Grand, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of NY (SSNY) on 3/30/12. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY has been designated as agent upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process against the LLC to: 137 Church Street, Troy, NY 12180. Purpose: any lawful act or activity. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: 207 BROADWAY ASSOCIATES LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 03/12/12. The latest date of dissolution is 12/31/2061. 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, 220-46 73rd Avenue, Bayside, New York 11364. Purpose: For any lawful purpose.
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Chandler Young VFW on RT 20 and Lyons Lake Road in Nassau wil l hold a Texas Hold’em on Sunday, April 15th. Doors open at 1PM and play begins at 2PM. For more information, call Claudia at 423-5957 or Charlotte 7663970.
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NY YANKEES VS SEATTLE MARINERS FUNDRAISER TRIP Parish of St. John the Evangelist & St. Joseph, Rensselaer presents NY Yankees vs Seattle Mariners on Saturday, May 12th - 4:00PM Game Time - bus departs for game at 10AM from Yankee Trails at 569 Third Avenue Extension, Rensselaer $100 per person. Proceeds benefit World Youth Day Conference Fund Price includes game ticket, bus & all-you-can-eat picnic lunch, Nathan’s hot dogs, beef sliders, chicken fajitas with peppers & onions, baked beans, green salad, watermelon, Pepsi products & Turkey Hill ice cream. For information and reservations, please call Linda Remington 465-0932 x17 or email@example.com
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Sustainable Stephentown will hold its next meeting on Thursday, April 19th, from 7PM to 9PM at the Stephentown Memorial Library to continue the discussion about creating a revitalized future Stephentown. The group has begun to identify key areas/ projects on which to focus. This is an ongoing conversation and all are welcome to join the discussion. For more information, visit and/or join our web presence at http://stephentowncommunity.wiki spaces.com/
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477-6555 WHITNEY S. PERKINS EARNS BACHELORS DEGREE IN CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS Whitney S. Perkins, a 2006 graduate of Columbia High School, earned her Bachelors Degree in Criminal Investigations and Associates Degree in Criminal Justice from SUNY Canton. Her grades earned induction into the Alpha Phi sigma National Honor Society as a Junior in college She was the Point Guard for the Division II Women’s Basketball Team at SUNY Canton where she traveled throughout the northeast. She graduated with Honors from SUNY Canton in May, 2010. Whitney has completed a grueling six months in the Atlanta, Georgia Police Academy and was proudly sworn in as an Atlanta Police Officer on March 9, 2012. She is now on active duty in Atlanta. Her goal is to continue on and become a Criminal Investigator. She plans to pursue her Masters Degree in the Criminal Investigation field. She has an older brother, Nathan, and a younger brother, Taylor.
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BUS TRIP TO NYC - MAY 19, 2012
The East Greenbush Central School District’s Continuing Education program announces its next available Six-Hour Insurance/ Point Reduction and Five-Hour Pre-Licensing classes. The Six-Hour Driver Training Associates Insurance/Point Reduction course reduces car liability, collision, and no-fault insurance premiums by 10% for 3 years and may remove up to 4 points off your license, as determined by the Department of Motor Vehicles. It will be held in two evening sessions, Tuesday, April 17th and Thursday, April 19th, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. both evenings. The Five-Hour Pre-Licensing course is required before an appointment for a road test may be scheduled. It will be held on two consecutive Tuesday evening sessions, April 17th and April 24th, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. both evenings. Course registration for all classes must be made in advance, as no walk-ins will be accepted. Additional class information will be given at time of registration. For the public’s convenience, registration will be accepted by phone 24 hours a day. Please call: 207-2150 and follow the prompts.
Join us for a day trip to NYC through the Averill Park Adult Education Program. Cost is $45.00 per person. Open to the public. Bus will pick up at the Averill Park High School parking lot at 6:45 a.m. leaving promptly at 7:00 a.m. We will arrive approx. 10:30 a.m. at Bryant Park. This trip is not tour-escorted, so individuals are on their own to enjoy all that the city has to offer. Bus will board at Bryant Park for the return home-leaving promptly at 7:00 p.m. We will be traveling with Yankee Trails Charter Bus Company and anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. NO smoking is allowed on the bus. All registrations and payments must be received by May 1st. Make checks payable to: Averill Park Adult Education and mail to: Averill Park Adult Education, 146 Gettle Rd. Averill Park, NY 12018. Payments may be drop off in the main office of the high school in a seal enveloped address to Bonnie Lilly, Adult Ed. Please list all names of persons you are registering and include a phone number. Any question, contact Bonnie Lilly at 674-7191 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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