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On Sunday, June 10, five first- through third-grade students from Woodland Hill Montessori School participated in the annual School for Strings regional Suzuki festival at the Manhattan School of Music in New York City. The festival consisted of several violin solos from the Suzuki literature that the students played together in a group. Attending from WHMS were Amelia Ayers, Logan Blind, Liesl Geser-Reilly, Isabella Ledet, and Amandeep Singh, along with their teacher Marla Bracco. In attendance were 350 Suzuki violinists and 150 cellists from all over the tri-state area ranging from beginning students through masters. Marla Bracco noted that “It was clear when the festival started with all 500 performing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star , that these were very talented and dedicated students. Even without any rehearsals our students performed all their music with ease and confidence.”

LOCAL RESIDENTS RECEIVE DEGREES AT 144th WPI COMMENCEMENT The following local residents graduated May 12 from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI). Kathryne Kulzer of Troy, was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering with high distinction. Lauren Hannmann of East Greenbush, was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering with distinction.

COLGATE UNIVERSITY ANNOUNCES THE CLASS OF 2012 The following Colgate University students received their diplomas as the Class of 2012. Ms. Chloe Rhea Lanzara, from East Nassau, graduated recently with a B.A. in International Relations and Economics from Colgate University. Lanzara was one of 661 students to graduate with the Class of 2012, representing a graduation rate of 89.7%, which is among the highest in the nation. Mr. Bryan Patrick Bessette, from Schaghticoke, graduated recently with a B.A. in History and Theater from Colgate University. Bessette was one of 661 students to graduate with the Class of 2012, representing a graduation rate of 89.7%, which is among the highest in the nation. Mr. Bo Ryan Montanye, from Stephentown, graduated recently with a B.A. in Geology and Classical Studies from Colgate University. Montanye was one of 661 students to graduate with the Class of 2012, representing a graduation rate of 89.7%, which is among the highest in the nation.

HISTORIC CEMETERY RESTORATION — VOLUNTEER WORK DAY • Sunday, July 15, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm - Stephentown Join RLT in restoring a historic Baptist Cemetery in Stephentown with graves from the early 19th century. We will be excavating, resetting and cleaning tombstones. Bring lunch and drink. Contact Alice (917) 441-1333, Alicemleblanc@verizon.net, or Dan Lorber (914) 575-1965, denver@taconic.net.

NEARLY 3 MILLION SPENT ON E.G. ROUNDABOUT PROJECT Letter to the Editor: The “roundabout” on RT’s 4 and 151 is nearly complete and open to traffic. With great delay, a Freedom of Information Act request was answered finally by The Town of East Greenbush which revealed that nearly three million dollars has been spent on this project. I question whether this was absolutely necessary in this time of economic downturn. Recently, I approached the roundabout coming from the direction of RT 20 and witnessed two ambulances from the Bruen Rescue Squad as they slowly navigated around this newly installed obstacle course. If an 18 wheel truck had been in the roundabout, both ambulances would have had to wait as would a fire engine. In Florida when roundabouts were installed, the accident rate climbed immediately. It’s going to take time to get used to this traffic abomination, I just hope few are hurt or killed in the process. The only positive aspect of roundabouts is the creation of construction jobs which provide ample funds for contractors to make re-election campaign contributions to politicians. ~ Steve Sevits, East Greenbush Editors Note: The above article does not necessarily reflect the opinion or endorsement of the Editor or the Staff of THE ADVERTISER, and for all intents and purposes is impossible to verify the truth and veracity of its contents.

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OUR MANY THANKS to all who donated and participated in our 21st PBA Auction on June 2, 2012. Your help made such a difference in our success. We will look forward to continuing to serve the residents, groups, and community as needed for the next year. Again, many thanks to our members, donors, and everyone that came to enjoy the day with the PBA.

CHURCH OF THE COVENANT WELCOMES THE COMMUNITY TO WORSHIP! • Sunday, June 24th - Fourth Sunday of Pentecost and GRADUATE SUNDAY; 10:30 a.m. Worship Professional child care provided. Opportunity to donate to ministries of Peace with Justice; 11:30 a.m. Fellowship Hour. Church Office hours are 8:30 am - 1:30 pm, Monday through Friday. The Church of the Covenant, United Methodist, is the round church near the blinker in Averill Park. Pastor Merry Watters, phone 674-3664, E-mail: cocpastor@nycap.rr.com


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Highway projects are in full swing and we have seen a great deal of progress on a number of fronts. At our last meeting, we discussed the Loeffel Toxic Waste Site. The Board outlined a number of concerns that EPA, like DEC before them, has failed to address. Residents were advised that related documents are available on the Town’s website at www.townofnassau.org. I would encourage all residents to stay updated on this ongoing environmental concern. We also discussed the recently completed economic development study that has been completed thanks to a grant secured from the Hudson River Greenway. There is a great deal of material to review from this project. Thank you to all that contributed to this effort. The new handicap accessible porch entrance for Town Hall is now operational thanks to a state grant and some great work by Councilmen Carpentier and Sears. There is more work to be done, but this is a great addition that makes the town offices far more accessible and welcoming. The Board has been advised that the permissive referendum period has passed for the development of the Burden Lake Sewer District and no district vote is required. The project now goes to the Comptroller’s office for review in anticipation of construction. A very important public meeting has been scheduled for July 26 at 6:30 p.m. at the Nassau Highway Department. All residents are encouraged to attend to see our aging equipment up close and to participate in our discussion to deal with aging facilities and machines. We have also scheduled a June 25th meeting to review the completeness of the Troy Sand & Gravel Special Use Permit Application and a public hearing for July 12 to review a solar array Special Use permit. The Board has also concluded departmental audits and has appointed Barbara Sears as a member of the Youth Committee. Thank you to Barbara for volunteering so much of her time to our residents. I would also like to thank Councilman Carpentier for providing free cemetery restoration classes to town officials, including our historian. Their classroom was Nassau’s Larkin Cemetery and the results are a benefit for all residents. The stone of a Civil War veteran was wonderfully restored among others. There is so much going on with committees and advisory groups. Please consider joining us as we pursue progress in the community. Best wishes for a great summer.

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MAKE YOUR OWN MASK Make Your Own Mask at the Troy Public Library, located at 100 Second Street in Troy on Thursday, June 28th, at 6:30. For ages 8 and up. Call 2747071 to register for the free program.

The Sand Lake Center for the Arts will present a showing of ‘Brunswick’, a film about landscape change, told through the personal story of a farmer’s lifelong connection to his now-threatened land on Friday, June 22, at 7pm. The film weaves together the plight of Sanford Bonesteel, an aging farmer in his 90s, with the dynamics of small-town politics as a residential development is planned on Sanford’s former land. The film takes place in Brunswick, Rensselaer County, New York, a small country town facing the challenge of balancing economic growth with the preservation of its rural character. It is a story both specific to Brunswick and yet recognizable to rural communities all over the United States. Tickets are $5pp, reservations can be made at 518-674-2007 or www.slcactp.org. The SLCA is located at 2880 NY 43, Averill Park, NY.

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FAIR: It’s a fun, free fair for the whole family this Saturday, June 23, 11- 3pm. Enjoy the Bouncy Bounce, face painting, activities and games, plus an exciting wildlife show at 1:30pm. Sign up for summer reading programs, too! BOOK SALE: Saturday, June 23, 11-3pm during the fair. Get great deals on adult fiction and nonfiction, children’s books, DVDs and videos. SWIRL ‘n’ TWIRL PAPER CURLS: Wednesday, June 27, 6:307:30pm, learn how to curl strips of paper to create images of just about anything. For all ages. BOOK GROUP: Wednesday, July 4, is the summer picnic and a discussion of “The Hunger Games.” MAKE IT WITH DUCT TAPE: Thursday, July 5, at 2pm, children ages 9-13 can make a wallet or flip flops from duct tape. TUSCAN VILLA EXPERIENCE: Time is running out to join a librarysponsored trip November 7-14 to beautiful Tuscany, Italy during the harvest season. Pick up a flyer at the library or go to Noreenyost.com for more information. HOURS & LOCATION: Mon.-Thurs. 11am-8pm, Fri. 11am-6pm, Sat. 11am-4pm, Sun. 1-4pm. Closed Sundays June-Sept. Located behind Town Hall at the intersection of 66 and 43. Phone: 674-5050. Web: sandlaketownlibrary.org.

The Friends of the Rensselaer City Library will meet on Thursday, June 21st, at 6:30PM at the library. The trolley committee will meet a half hour before at 6:00 PM. If you would like to help the library, please join the Friends at our meeting. We will be discussing the upcoming registration kick off on Saturday, June 23rd, for the summer reading program “Dream Big! READ”. There will be food, crafts, face painting and a visit from Rowdy the Clown. Follow the trail around the library to different dream stations. Sign up for the reader’s club and get a special readers kit. Last year there were over 100 children ages preschool to 13 years old who participated in the program. • Summer Crafts—starting June 26th for school age crafts every Tuesday at 2PM (Ends 8/14) • Summer Story Time—starting June 28th the library will have preschool story time every Thursday at 11 AM (Ends 8/16) • Bats!—Saturday, June 30th, at 1PM. Lisa Hoyt from Dyken Pond will talk about Bats and their important role in our ecosystem. Ages 5 and up, please sign up for this event.

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CAPITAL DISTRICT GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY MEETING The Capital District Genealogical Society will meet at the Colonie Town Library located 629 Albany-Shaker Road, Loudonville, on Saturday, June 23, 2012, at 2:30 P.M. Finding Your Revolutionary Patriot - Lisa O’Brien Old Hellebergh Chapter, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, will provide an overview of how to begin tracing your lineage to a family member that served or aided the cause of the American Revolution. Participants will be shown how to use on-line resources, such as the DAR Library, Patriot Index, Ancestry.com, Family Search, and the National Archives. There will be a brief overview of what the NSDAR is and what they do, as well as time to answer any questions and assist participants with their research. The computer group (informal demonstration by one of our members of sites and tips to use on your computer) meets at 1:00; German group meets at 12:00, Irish group at 12:30. Please join us! www.capitaldistrictgenealogicalsociety.org

FRIENDS OF THE NASSAU FREE LIBRARY SAY “THANK YOU” The Friends of the Nassau Free Library would like to say “THANK YOU” to all who helped make this year’s Annual Spring Bazaar a great success. We had so many people help us with donations, set up and clean up … it is great to see the community come together. We are in the beginning stage in planning an event this fall and the bazaar will return, with some additions, in 2013. All proceeds go back to the library, to help support programs (like winter concerts and summer reading). The Friends are taking a short sabbatical, with our next meeting scheduled for 7pm, August 6, at the Library. If you are interested in becoming a “friend”, please join us in August.

“Let’s get together for a great American quilting bee.” That’s what the women in the Town of Sand Lake set out to do in December 1975. The result was a handmade quilt depicting history and organizations within the Town for the Nation’s Bicentennial Celebration in 1976. Quilt Chairman Myra Wehnau related in February 1979 Rensselaer County Sun, “It started out as a raffle prize, but turned out so nice we didn’t want it to leave town.” People throughout the community joined in the project with each square depicting a part of the past. Four squares in the middle show the Sand Lake Town Hall which was formerly Sand Lake Presbyterian Church. Civic groups such as Girl and Boy Scouts, Kiwanis, Grange, Sand Lake Association for Mutual Protection of Horse Thieves and Rebekahs nestled in and around churches, hotels, schools, businesses and volunteer firemen and ambulance associations. The “mail square” shows a rural mailman leading a covered white wagon drawn by a horse. Myra’s son, Duane Wehnau, was a mail carrier for Averill Park and West Sand Lake so that was a special square for her albeit delivery service being updated. Industry is represented by a charcoal filled cart, the glass works and mills. The Troy and New England Railway shows a special era of transportation for the Town. One vivid square depicts rows of red ripe strawberries. Sand Lake used to be known for its strawberries and its farms. In the June 16, 1976 Times Record Myra stated, “When our strawberries went to market, they were gone in a wink.” The ten foot long by seven feet quilt was described by Myra as, “A quilt large enough to be used by Abe Lincoln on his extralong bed.” Each group painstakingly completed their square by hand in appliqué. The 57 squares were put together by the Girls’ Organization of Fun and Service (GOOFS) of Church of the Covenant, United Methodist. The Sand Lake ‘200’ Club had the picture of the quilt done as postcards. ~ Submitted by Mary French for Sand Lake Bicentennial Planning Committee monthly historical article project.

FALL SHOPPING TRIPS SPONSORED BY ST. HENRY’S CHUR0CH St. Henry’s Church is sponsoring (2) Fall shopping trips and they are “open to the public”. The first trip is a day of shopping at Yankee Candle in S. Deerfield, MA, the Holyoke Mall and Lee Outlets on Saturday, September 29th. Cost is $38 and includes bus driver gratuity. The second trip is an overnight trip to Reading, PA on Sunday, October 7th and 8th to shop at the American Candle, JCP Outlet and Vanity Fair Outlets. Bus fare and dinner (gratuities included), and hotel accommodations cost $121 or $123 (depending on meal choice). For reservations, please contact Theresa at 674-3931.

VOICE OF DEMOCRACY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM The members of Sullivan Jones Post 7466 congratulate this year’s winners of the Voice of Democracy contest. “ Berlin High School - Kelsey O’Dell • Tamarac High School - Audrey Downey • Averill Park High School - (No Submission) Sullivan Jones VFW Post, which is located in Poestenkill, sponsors the respective schools, awarding a $500.00 scholarship to each of the students who submit the winning essay to their school. The judging is done by members of the school’s faculty. The Judging criteria is based on originality, content, and delivery. The scholarships are presented at the school award ceremonies by the VFW representative. The contest consists of a 3 to 5 minute essay recorded on an audio cassette or CD, accompanied by a typed essay. The essay is based on a patriotic theme. This year’s theme was Is There Pride in Serving in the Military. VFW Post 7466 thanks the school’s faculty and staff for their assistance with the implementation of the program. ~ Respectfully submitted by Mark Downey – Voice of Democracy Chairman

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STAMMEL SAYS RENSSELAER ROAD RECONSTRUCTION SHOULD BE REVIEWED The amount of road reconstruction work in and around the City of Rensselaer should be reviewed and possibly changed to help small businesses and motorists, said Legislator Mike Stammel. Stammel said he has heard from a number of small business owners and motorists who have concerns about the road work and the delays, detours and disruptions caused by the work. Stammel said he would like a review of the work, and consideration given towards rescheduling the work from daytime to evening hours. “There is considerable concern about the fact all of this road is going on at the same time and really hurting small businesses in the city. Many motorists have also called me to voice their concerns about the amount of work now being done,” said Stammel, who represents Rensselaer in the County Legislature. “It would be helpful if the state came in and reviewed the work, the difficulties and the detours created, and made some recommendations to address the issue. There should be consideration given to changing from daytime construction to evening hours,” added Stammel. There are currently several road and public works projects taking place simultaneously in Rensselaer. There is work on the Dunn Memorial bridge over the Hudson River between Albany and Rensselaer, work on Broadway, a separate project on the viaduct bridge on Broadway and work on gas lines on Broadway. Stammel said some of the work will benefit economic development efforts which he supports, but that a balance should be struck to avoid hurting other areas of the community. “Economic development is good and needed, but we should work to avoid hurting other small businesses that for years have been the backbone of our city’s economy,” said Stammel. Stammel supported a resolution approved at Tuesday’s meeting of the Rensselaer County Legislature asking for state review of the road reconstruction work in Rensselaer.


VANDERHEYDEN HALL PRESENTED WITH STEWART’S HOLIDAY MATCH GRANT

LOCAL STUDENTS NAMED TO PRESIDENT’S LIST AT WNE UNIV. The following students have been named to the President’s List at Western New England for the spring semester of 2012. Students are named to the President’s List for achieving a semester grade point average of 3.80 or higher. Chad P. Woodrow of Poestenkill, a Sophomore majoring in Mechanical Engineering with Green Engineering Concentration. Sarah E. Hickey of Rensselaer, a Junior majoring in PrePharmacy.

ST. JUDE THE APOSTLE CHURCH VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL Be sure your kids have the greatest summer ever by attending SKY Vacation Bible School - JULY 9-13, 2012 (9:00A.M.-NOON): SKY Vacation Bible School is the coolest place for kids of all ages to hang out this summer. At Sky Vacation Bible School 2012, kids rotate through seven stations daily with their groups. Here’s what happens each day: Up & Away Sing & Play: Everyone opens their time together, as they sing a fun mix of favorite classic worship songs and brandnew praise songs, arranged to appeal to both older kids and younger kids. At least one song each day specifically ties to that day’s Bible Point. Wild Blue Bible Adventures: Kids experience the daily Bible story in a hands-on way and then join in interactive discussions with their “Flight Crews” that connect their unforgettable Bible discoveries to real life. All-Star Games: Kids play games that connect with the daily Bible Point plus give kids a deeper understanding of their Operation Kid-to-Kid mission project. Sky High Cinema (featuring all-new animated adventures with Chadder Chipmunk!): In each day’s exciting cliffhanger video segment, Chadder Chipmunk explores the daily Bible Point. Then kids dive into the Bible to explore the day’s Bible verse and do captivating activities to help them apply what they’ve learned to their daily lives. Imagination Station: Kids launch, fly, dip, and discover as they use “Sciency-Fun” gizmos to explore the Bible Point in crazy ways! Skydive Diner: All the crews come together at the Skydive Diner to eat yummy snacks that connect with that day’s Bible verse. During snack time, Crew Leaders guide their Crews in doing one of the iOpener activities. Fly Away Finale: Surprising experiences, high-energy Up & Away Sing & Play songs. Registration forms are available at the Parish Office, 42 Dana Avenue, Wynantskill, or by calling 283-1162.

Pet Adoption of the Week SIMON - 4 yrs old, neutered male, current with all vaccines and heartworm negative. Simon gets along with other dogs and is housetrained. Simon lives to be loved, he is a strong dog and will require a fenced in yard due to being a beagle! If you would like to meet Simon to possibly adopt him, Contact : S h e r r y 4 2 7 @ a o l . c o m or 518-393-0755

At left, Craig Cummings, Manager of Stewart’s Wynantskill store, presents the Stewart’s Holiday Match grant to Vanderheyden Hall for the agency’s expanded youth recreation and wellness programs. Vanderheyden students Rob, Alexis, and Melissa and President and CEO Karen Carpenter Palumbo express appreciation for the grant. “Our wellness initiative is a key program. The support of the Stewart’s Foundation will enable us to involve more youth in a wider range of activities and educational programs to promote health and well being,” said Ms. Carpenter Palumbo. “Vanderheyden appreciates the continued support of the Stewart’s Foundation.” Stewart’s has collected and matched donations in its shops from Thanksgiving to Christmas since 1986. This year, Stewart’s raised a record amount through customer generosity but received a record number of requests - 1,522 organizations applied for more than $3 million for the $1,400,100 available to donate.

SAND LAKE BICENTENNIAL 2012 PARADE DON’T MISS OUT!! WE WANT YOU IN OUR PARADE!! PARADE ROUTE IS 2.2 MILES IN LENGTH. Your Bicentennial Planning Committee invites all organizations and businesses to join us to celebrate our town’s 200th birthday. The parade will be held Saturday, August 25, 2012, stepping off at 10 AM sharp. Applications have been delivered in person or via U.S. mail and are also available on the town’s website...www.townofsandlake.us ... click on “Bicentennial”. We look forward to your participation in this wonderful celebration.

SUPPORT HAMMOND FOR ASSEMBLY Please join us in supporting Keith Hammond at the Hi-Way Recreation, located on Main Avenue in Wynantskill on June 30th from 7 to 9PM. Includes 3 games of bowling and pizza. Cost is $20 per person (children under 12 are free) - 50/50 and gift baskets to raffle. For more information, call 596-9203 or 674-4180.

LOCAL STUDENTS NAMED TO DEAN’S LIST AT WESTERN NEW ENGLAND UNIVERSITY The following students have been named to Dean’s List at Western New England for the spring semester of 2012. Students are named to the Dean’s List for achieving a semester grade point average of 3.30 or higher. Jillian L. Graham of East Greenbush, a Junior majoring in General Biology. Kevin M. Wilkes of Troy, a Junior majoring in Mechanical Engineering. Edward A. Pattison of Troy, a Senior majoring in Political Science. Sara M. Evans of Castleton, a Sophomore majoring in Pre-Pharmacy. Katie L. Schmidt of East Greenbush, a Sophomore majoring in Pre-Pharmacy. Angelia L. Kehl of Averill Park, a Graduating Senior majoring in Psychology. Alyx I. Raffo of Sand Lake, a Graduating Senior majoring in Psychology. Angela M. Ockenholt of W Sand Lake, a Senior majoring in Psychology. Katie A. Toth of West Sand Lake, a Graduating Senior majoring in Psychology.

TEXAS HOLD’EM Chandler Young VFW on RT 20 and Lyons Lake Road in Nassau wil l hold a Texas Hold’em on Saturday, June 30th. Doors open at 5PM and play begins at 6:15PM. For more information, call Claudia at 423-5957 or Charlotte 7663970.

PEOPLE PARADE KINDERHOOK VILLAGE We want you and your patriotic spirit too on Wednesday July 4th. Decorate your car, stroller, wagon, garden tractor, bike. Anything you can push, pull or ride, decorate it with good old American Pride! Wear your best red, white and blue. Not up for marching? Bring a chair to relax and watch from the sidelines. Patriots of all ages are welcome. Parade kicks off at 11AM at the park on Rothermel Lane and ends in the Village Square. Sponsored by the Kinderhook Business and Professional Association (KBPA). Visit us on the web at www.kinderhook business.com

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For Your Information From Sand Lake Supervisor Flora Fasoldt Highlights of the June 13, 2012 Sand Lake Town Board Meeting: Commendations – Girl Scout Gold Award Recipents – It was a pleasure for the Board to award special commendation to Alaina Yonkers, Rebecca Zaremba, Beverly Kemp and Ashley Bloomfield. These young ladies received the highest achievement in Girl Scouting by creating keepsake projects for our community related to our Town’s Bicentennial Anniversary. Appointments – Deputy and Assistant Deputy Attorneys Due to the retirement of Fred Schreyer, Esq., the Town Board unanimously approved the appointments of Lawrence Howard, Esq. and Scott Ely, Esq. - to serve as legal counsel for the Planning Board and the Zoning Board of Appeals. Thank you and best wishes to Fred for all of your years of dedicated service. The Town is fortunate to have found qualified replacements with legal expertise in both environmental and land use and planning law. In addition, the Town has saved almost $14,000 in attorney salaries for this year’s budget cycle. Appointments – Summer Day Camp and Beach Staff - The Board approved the appointments of the Town’s Summer Day Camp and Beach staff for Summer 2012. Summer Day Camp begins on July 2nd and ends of August 10th. This year, the Day Camp offers extended hours to accommodate working families – registration is still available and information is available on the Town’s website or in the Town Clerk’s Office. After some cleaning and housekeeping at the Town Beach, it is scheduled to open on Saturday, June 23rd at Reichards Lake. Purchase of a One-Ton Truck – The Town Board authorized the purchase of a One-Ton Truck – Dodge 4500 with components for our Highway Department. By taking advantage of a State Contract, the Town was able to save over $6,000 in purchase price for a total of $74,721.91. Road and Sewer Acceptance – The Board unanimously voted to accept the road and sewer system located on Averill Avenue in Westfall Village upon submission of a deed in proper form from EJP, Inc. Landfill Monitoring – The Board authorized the Supervisor to retain the services of Clark Patterson for the year 2012 to perform landfill environmental compliance monitoring for a cost not to exceed $6,900. The next Town Board Workshop is June 27, 2012 and the next regular Town Board Meeting is July 11, 2012 - 7:30 pm at the Town Hall.

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AVERILL PARK HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL STUDENTS FOR 3rd Qtr. 2011/2012 High Honors – 90 and above: Grade 9: Michael Ainsley, Rachael Apfel, Joseph Benevento, Macie Bentley, Ryan Bielawa, McKenzie Bump, Mark Cardinoza, Shaun Carpenter, James Carpentier, Vincent Caruso, Victoreya Chenette, Alyssa Clairmont, Sara Craft, Andrew D’Alleva, Zara Davis, Andrea Debboli, Sarah DeGenero, Michaela Derderian, Leah Dorresteyn, Samantha Doscher, Abby Driscoll, Monica Dushensky, Tiffany Dwyer, Ryan Fahrenkopf, Hannah Filuta, John Finelli, Steven Fiske, Katelynn Flick, Lilia Flynn, Joshua Foust, Camaryn Franchi, Daniel Fratianni, Benjamin Fudge, Izabella Gelder, Wendy Glasser, Samantha Hanson, Kortney Haupt, Kelsey Head, Jacob Henricks, Jessica Heritage, Allison Hillenbrandt, Samuel Holden, Elizabeth Howard, Bridgit Hrubecky, Jenna Hull, Sydney Hurley, Caitlin Jansson, Rachel Kearns, Elizabeth Kempter, Matthew Ketzer, Maia Klippert, Jacob Koch, Katherine Kowalczyk, Kyle Kozlowski, Emily Kreuzer, Alexandria Lambright, Jena LaMontagna, Elizabeth Lannigan, Matthew Lanoue, Taylor LaPorta, Rebecca Lenseth, Joseph Lettko, Morgan Lewis, Gina Lincoln, Alyssa Lindeman, Jarid Lucier, Lexy Lynch, Brittney Mack, Kathleen Mai, Sarah Malenfant, Collin Malone, Larkin McNamara, Hannah Middleton, Olivia Mihalko, Jesse Miner, Morgan Minkler, Emily Misnik, Jillian Morelli, Chelsea Morgia, William Murphy, James-Thomas Murray, Paulina Murray, Alicia O’Brien, Emily Oliver, Christie Olson, Kevin O’Neill, Caitlin O’Shea, Andrew Pattenaude, Audrey Pitcher, Samuel Quinones, Stephanie Radley, Victoria Ranken, Carly Rapello, Tanner Reed, Alexis Reed, Emma Reinisch, Emma Reitano, Tristan Retzke, Patrick Rogers, Connor Rollins, Alexis Sanchez, Daniel Sanchez, Nicholas Scanu, Alexander Semegin, Caroline Silver, William Simard, Phoenix Smith, Samantha St Germain, Michael Streeter, Joshua Teal-Gamble, Samantha VanBuren, Lauren VanRoy, Patrick Wellington, Bailey Willis, Luke Willson, Caraline Wood, Lauren Wood, Kathryn Ziegler. Grade 10: John Ainsley, Christopher Arnold, Jarred Austin, Rebecca Beaudette, Joshua Boatwright, Emily Bond, Nina Bruzdzinski, Patrick Bryans, Elizabeth Bubie, Eric Bush, Madeline Carpenter, Halla Carpinello, Evan Carrier, Wesley Clayton, Darby Clobridge, Shay Collins, Hailee Criscione, Jeremy Dagner, Randy Daley, Brittany Dearstyne, Katherine DeWolf, Emma Dickinson, Kelly Donnelly, David Engwer, Kyle Ernest, Logan Fahrenkopf, Kaylee Farr, Anthony Ferritto, Jeremy Flint, Nathan Glanton, Noah Glanville, Asdis Griggs, Allison Hacker, Emily Halpin, Amanda Harrington, Stephen Hayes, Gregory Hayner, Emily Heier, Allyson Holland, Abbey Hollister, Kayla Holmes, Christopher Hough Deane, Macauley Hoyt, Madison Huntley, Laura Hynes, Brent Jones, Elizabeth Karam, Ashley Kerwin, Thomas Kiely, Jacqueline Kindlon, Courtney King, Julianna Kolakowski, Emily Lawrence, Eric Leith, Sarah Lossi, Riley Ludwig, Fiona Lyons, Lauren Lyons, Patrick Mancino, Lewis Masella, Lisa Mason, Abigail McClory, Alexander McIntyre, Jessica McMillen, Sarah McTague, Gregory Meyers, Isabella Morizio, Padraic Morrissey, Richard Mosall Jr, Chelsea Mullen, Lily Nguyen, Mackenzie Nitz, Sadie Olson, Michaela Omecinsky, Margaret Pasanen, Micheline Pasinella, Alexandria Perry, Jenelle Pinke, Jessica Powers, David Pugliese, Corey Radzyminski, Matthew Reasor, Megan Regan, Matthew Regan, Thane Reilly, Benjamin Reinisch, John Riegert, Gage Ryan, Anna Scherer, Eric Scott, Taras Semegin, Eric Snyder, Serena Solomon, Alicia St Germain, Liam Swiatek, Nicholas Teal, Maximillian Tessitore, Kyle Thibeault, Joseph Toth, Jordan Tymeson, Abbey VanAlstyne-Ponce, Emelyn Vandenberg, Devin VanDervoort, Samara Vermilya, Shane Walsh, River Ward, Sean Willie, Holly Winkelhake, Samuel Winkley, Joanne Yeung. 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STRAWBERRIES • RASPBERRIES Fresh Baked Goods • Milk • Cheese • Flowers Saati, Kelsey Sheldon, Kevin Shepard, Alexandria Southard, Brittany St Pierre, Brigid Stegemoeller, John Suloman, Caleb Thompson, Alyssa Tozzi, Heather Vale, Katie Vogel, Tabitha Vooris, Kayleen Warner, Rachael Wells, Alaina Yonkers, Rebecca Zaremba. Honors – 85 and above: Grade 9: Alyssa Anthony, Allison Belcher, Alexis Bigelow, Lilly Brennan, Lindsay Buell, Colton Butterfield, Rebecca Condes, Jason Cretaro, Nathaniel Davis, Christian Dell, Skyler Elfeldt, Alexander Enderle, Nicholas Hastings, Andrew Jablonowski, Myles Joyce, Connor Kasuba, Morgan LaBelle, Brady Lindeman, Joshua Lionarons, Jenna Masters, James McPartlin, Kaitlin Meissner, Morgan Monaco, Jordan Mosher, Madeline Novak, Talia Pascucci, Nicholas Plumley, William Rooney, Nicole Shepard, Scott Shoemaker, Tyler Smith, Charli Spiegel, Andrew Tatar, Michael Vest, Sierra White, Stephanie Winchip. Grade 10: Christopher Amadon, Adrianna Arana-Gregory, Allison Arsenault, Samuel Beaulac, Joshua Bedell, Cassandra Booth, Meaghan Brennan, Erica Burton, Desiree Carnibucci, Bryan Carr, Alexis Caswell, Samantha Clark, Megan Couture, Savanah Crouch, Emily Rose Derepentigny, Connor DeSormeau, Alexander Dunn, Katelyn Easterling, Mia Eddy, Alexandra Edmans, Kristina Film, Haley Film, Kimberly Gibson, Benjamin Glasser, Shelby Glasser, Ashley Hausler, John-Marcel Hickey, Nicholas Horton, Min Kyung Kang, Kaylee Kannes, Katrina Kardelky, Patrick Krause, Kari Law, Courtney McDowell, Gage Moore, Kylee Mueller, Maxine Oryell, Michael Owens, Brady Palladino, Steliana Philip, Rianne Pinke, Brian Pohlmann, Sarinah Pond, Chad Reid, Krista Seeberger, Charles Sivaslian, Rocco Sorriento, Connor Strock, Emma Teal, Anthony Testo, Alex Tomlinson, Brandon Weaver, Nicholas Winckler, Timothy Yetto. Grade 11: Jenna Anthony, Alexander Bacher, Dominic Bendetti, Scott Booth, Matthew Bornhorst, Jessica Bowen, Victoria Cahill, Mary Cardinoza, Megan Cardish, Sarah Caruso, Adrian Caswell, John Chorwat, Frank Cone, Emilie Coutin, Lianna Crognale, Brian Curtin, Marissa Cylkoff, Brian Davis, Michael DeGenero, Alexa DeSormeau, Lauren DeVoe, Samantha DiLello, Megan Driscoll, Abigail Dutcher, Emily Filuta, Benjamin Fisher, Erin Gardner, Jeffrey Godbout, Tyler Gray, Angela Halse, Conner Hasbrouck, Nathaniel Hellman, Maria Holland, Emily Hollinger, Emily Horton, Taylor Hotaling, Katherine Imbierowicz, Jessica Kenyon, Seth Kittle, Gregory Kopache, Andrea Kronau, Matthew LaBounty, Nicholas Lewis, Matthew Lindeman, Morgan Lionarons, Alex Listing, Alexandra Madsen, Cody Martucci, Kayle McNeil, Allan McNeil, Kristina Melius, Samantha Miller, Matthew Miller, Zackary Miller, Devin Mitchell, Claire Morris, Aaron Mosher, Lauren Navratil, Alison Nunziato, Haley Oryell, Sierra Owens, Jacob Pogoda, Peter Quinones, Shawn Roberts, Jonathan Rogers, Travis Seeberger, Christopher Shaw, Karah Signorelli, Jeremy Snyder, Lyndsay Spallane, Samantha St Pierre, Zachariah Stevens, Meghan Sullivan, Nicholas Valenti, Rachel Van Vleck, Tyler VanderBogart, Daniel VanRoy, Katelyn Wait, Kaitlyn Walsh, Jennifer Waterbury, Ava Welling, Molly Wheeler, Julia Wicks, Zachary Winters, Daniel Woltmann, Deloris Woodson, Lucas Ziegler, Samantha Ziegler. Grade 12: Laura Allen, Elizabeth Angrisano, Britney Baumgartner, Lorraine Beaudin, Alex Blizinski, Morgan Campbell, Brittany Chapple, Nathan Chin, Krista Coddington, Kaitlyn Coon, Emily Coonradt, Branden Crosier, Dustin Dacier, Cara Danish, John Fasoldt, Angela Ferrara, D’Auray Fisher, Samuel Frankel, Jessica Galipeau, Gary Goyer, Meghan Hagerty, Benjamin Harper, Michael Heiser, Christopher Hotaling, Donald Hotaling III, Emily Joyce, Renee King, Paul LaMontagna, Aubree Lesson, Makayla McCarty, Joshua Mead, Ryan Milkiewicz, Tyler Morgia, Timothy Morin, Jamie Ockenholt, Brooke O’Shea, Kevin Otty, Nazmun Phillips, Austin Robinson, Maranda Rossi, Madeline Roy, Patrick Ryan, Nicholas Seifridsberger, Toni Slyer, Dylan Sprague, Lindsey Sterantino, Rebecca Stroud, Jessica Swint Pabst, Gwendolyn Temple, Brittany Timber, Jordan Towey, Joseph Trong, Spencer Wieland, Zachery Zipkin.


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URI AWARDS DEGREES to LOCAL RESIDENTS AT COMMENCEMENT At the University of Rhode Island’s 126th Commencement on Saturday and Sunday, May 19-20, 2012, almost 3,000 undergraduate and 738 graduate students became the University’s newest alumni. The following local residents were among the students who received their undergraduate or graduate degrees: Kathryn L. Hines, a resident of East Greenbush, received a PMD degree in Pharm D, magna cum laude. Patrick J. Lyons, a resident of Troy, received a MS degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering. Students who received the honor summa cum laude graduated with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 3.7; students who received the honor of magna cum laude graduated with a GPA of at least 3.50; and students who received the honor of cum laude graduated with a GPA of at least 3.3.

TABORTON FD SEEKS DONATIONS FOR ANNUAL RUMMAGE SALE Got good stuff hanging around the house or shop that you no longer need? Your surplus just might be the end to another’s search. And we know just the place to help gently-used items find new homes. How about donating your items to the Taborton Volunteer Fire Department’s annual rummage sale? Proceeds from the rummage sale help support your volunteer fire department community activities, especially our efforts raise funds needed to rehab, update, upgrade our half-century old community center. Please call Bill Coons at cell 518-378-2808 before July 10 to arrange delivery of your donations to the fire department. Our very popular annual rummage sale is set for July 20 to 22 (Friday through Sunday), 2012, in the fire department’s community center. Check us out at TabortonFire on Facebook and at our web site TabortonFire.org.

CELEBRATE THE CIVIL WAR SESQUICENTENNIAL • Sunday, Jun 24, 2012 - 9:00am to 12:00pm - $12.00pp Take a Sunday walk with famed military historian, Michael Barrett and discover Oakwood’s Civil War history. Hear about Rice Bull, who published a book of his Civil War soldiering experiences. Visit the grave of the ‘Rock of Chickamauga’ where 10,000 mourners attended his funeral. See if Michael can really introduce you to 9 1/2 Civil War Generals (1/2 ???) Learn of their private lives and the battles they fought. Michael’s fascinating tours are not to be missed! Call 1-800-556-6273 to register. Meet at the Bell. A Friends of Oakwood Cemetery event. New members are always welcome: 272-7520 or oakwoodcemeterytroyny@gmail.com

The Church of the Redeemer Thrift Shop (1249 Third Street, Rensselaer, at the corner of Third and Catherine Streets) will be open on Thursdays from 3 to 6PM; and on Saturday, June 23rd, from 9AM to 2PM. The shop features household items, clothing for all sizes and ages (many name brands, very reasonable prices), books and toys. The Thrift Shop is handicapped-accessible and can be entered from the parking lot in the rear of the building.

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AWARDED SAINT MICHAEL’S COLL. BOOK AWARD For Leadership in Volunteer Service & Academic Achievement The following local high school students were awarded the 2012 Saint Michael’s College Book Award for Academic Achievement with a Social Conscience: Courtney Avery of Wynantskill, a student at Troy High School; Jonathan Berkun of East Greenbush, a student at White Mountain School; Jesse Bonin of Schodack Landing, a student at Maple Hill High School; Emily Chittenden of Schodack Landing, a student at Maple Hill High School; Megan Coleman of Stephentown; Zane Coonrad of Troy, a student at Troy High School; Kevin Curtin of Wynantskill, a student at Averill Park High School; Tyler Hogan of Wynantskill, a student at Catholic Central High School; Kathryn Keary of Troy, a student at Lansingburgh High School; Daniel Malsch of Troy, a student at Tamarac High School; James Merrill of Rensselaer, a student at Columbia High School; Mary Peters of Hoosick Falls, a student at Hoosick Falls Central School; Evan Phillips of Hoosick Falls, a student at Hoosick Falls Central School; Jordan Smith of Troy, a student at Lansingburgh High School; Kayla VanAlstyne of Melrose, a student at Tamarac High School; Marissa Wade of Troy, a student at Columbia High School. The award recognizes students who demonstrate a commitment to leadership in volunteer service and academic achievement. Saint Michael’s, located in Burlington, Vermont, one of America’s top 10 college towns, was founded on the belief that serving others is part of its Catholic tradition, and through the award seeks to honor those who demonstrate the true spirit of volunteerism. Award recipients, named at schools throughout the country, are high school juniors who are inductees of the National Honor Society or an equivalent school-sponsored honors organization. They must demonstrate a commitment to service activities in high school or community organizations, taking leadership roles in these activities.

RYAN FARNAN EARNS MBA FROM NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY Ryan Farnan, son of John and Kathy Farnan of East Greenbush and a 2002 graduate of Columbia HS, graduated with highest honors from Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management on June 15, 2012 with a Masters in Business Administration. Ryan recently accepted a position with Google, Inc. and is currently employed in their Chicago, Illinois office. Ryan wishes to extend his appreciation to the teachers and staff at Columbia HS who played a huge role in his personal/ educational successes.

AREA STUDENTS NAMED to DEAN’S LIST at UNIV. of MARY WASHINGTON The University of Mary Washington has announced its Dean’s List for the spring semester of the 2011-12 academic year. The Dean’s List recognizes outstanding academic achievement by full-time students who attain a minimum grade-point average of 3.5 out of a possible 4.0. The following area students are among the 796 students who have been named to the Dean’s List: Katherine H. McCarty, a sophomore, from Cropseyville. Dakota C. K. Ziegler, a freshman, from Wynantskill.

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BACK TO SCHOOL SUPPLIES PROGRAM NEEDS YOUR HELP CoNSERN S-U will be holding our free school supply program again this August. This program allows students to get the school supplies that they need and at no charge to them. The program has been extremely successful in the past, due largely to the wonderful support we have gotten from area churches and organizations. So, once again, we are appealing to you for help. We will be setting up our “store” in August and need the following items: 3 subject notebooks, 3 ring binders (1 ½ inch, 2 inch, and 3 inch), scientific calculators (price around $10), pocket folders, glue sticks, colored pencils, markers, highlighters, subject dividers, zippered pencil cases, loose leaf paper (wide rule only), scissors, flash drives, protractors, pens, pencils… and especially new backpacks. The cost of school supplies can make it very difficult for low income families to purchase what is needed. Our free supply program not only allows the students to be prepared for the first day of school but it also helps those students to start the school year in a positive way. Last year we served 286 students and we are hoping to serve even more this year. Any help you can give us will be greatly appreciated! Our store will be held on August 28. Please have supplies to CoNSERNS-U by August 22. Thank you. For more information, please call CoNSERNS-U at 463-8571 or Sandy Barnhart at 674-2747.


SUNY GENESEO ANNOUNCES DEAN’S LIST FOR SPRING 2012

GEORGIA TECH GRADUATES ANNOUNCED The Georgia Institute of Technology presented degrees to approximately 2,500 undergraduate and graduate students during the Institute’s 242nd commencement exercises. Ryan Lewis of Averill Park, received a MS in Mechanical Engineering. Jason Roberts of Averill Park, received a MS in Mechanical Engineering.

The State University of New York at Geneseo has announced its Dean’s List for the spring semester 2012. To be on the list, a student must have achieved a 3.5 grade point average while taking at least 12 credit hours. Students on the list from this area are: Jeffrey Hollinger from Averill Park, Rena Pazienza from Castleton, Ethan Estabrooks from Cropseyville, Sandra Bender from East Greenbush, Alexander Timmis from Nassau, Patrick Stegemoeller from Poestenkill, Jennifer Larosa from Rensselaer, Eliza O’Connor from Rensselaer, Lauren Scheibly from Rensselaer, Matthew Morse from Stephentown, Liam Collins from Troy, James Kruegler from Troy, Erik Talbot from Troy, Grace Trompeter from West Sand Lake, Patrick Orecki from Wynantskill.

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RENEE N. DIAZ GRADUATES FROM MARIA COLLEGE Renee N. Diaz of Rensselaer received her Associates Degree in General Studies from Maria College at the commencement ceremony on May 20, 2012 held in the Empire State Plaza Convention Center. She also made the deans list for this semester and is pursuing her studies in the field of nursing.

UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND STUDENTS NAMED TO DEAN’S LIST The University of Rhode Island is pleased to announce that 4,042 undergraduates have qualified for the Spring 2012 Dean’s List. To be included on the Dean’s List, students must have completed 12 or more credits during a semester for letter grades with at least a 3.30 quality point average. Parttime students qualify with the accumulation of 12 credits with a 3.30 quality point average. The following local students have been named to URI’s Spring 2012 Dean’s List: Kathryn L Hines of East Greenbush, Ashley King of East Greenbush, Katherine Elizabeth Ryan of East Greenbush, Sean P Haggerty of Troy, Michael A Halse of Wynantskill.

GRAFTON LIBRARY EVENTS • Wednesday, June 27th, at 10:30 am – Story Time: Join us for stories, crafts and more! For little ones and their parents/caregivers. • Wednesday, June 27th, at 12:30 am – Book Discussion Group: “The Dovekeepers” by Alice Hoffman: Based on the First Jewish-Roman war in Masada. Alice Hoffman’s tale is about four brave and strong women, who all have come to Masada by “a different path”.

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Hudson Valley-Berkshires Interfaith Network invites friends and neighbors from throughout the area to gather for a pot luck dinner and community-building meeting. • Thursday, June 28th, 6:00 set up, 6:15 Dinner, 7:00 meeting. Grace United Methodist Church. 42 Church Street (Route 20) Nassau. Tamara Brantley, MPH, CPH, Public Health Preparedness Educator, of the Rensselaer County Department of Health will motivate, empower and get ideas flowing with her presentation: Preparing your family, community group or faith organization for disasters and disaster response. Please RSVP with numbers attending and questions to: Diane 518-931-4072 or Sheila 518-766-2047 or email: hbvinterfaith@gmail.com

BBQ/BAKE SALE Rensselaer Eagles 4446 located at 851 Broadway in Rensselaer will hold a Chicken BBQ and Bake Sale on June 23rd. Donations are $10. First cook starts at 12noon and will be ready at 2PM. Flea Market vendors needed. Please call 436-4446 for more information. Starts at 10AM and ends at 6PM. Hope to see everyone there!

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UNCLE DON’S Barnyard OPEN THIS WEEKEND 10AM-3PM!

Friendly Farm Animals to pet & feed with many farm toys and activities for the whole family to enjoy! As part of our Customer Appreciation Celebration admission to Uncle Don’s Barnyard will be FREE this weekend only!

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BARBECUE FUNDRAISER Community Gospel Church, 487 Third Ave. Ext., Rensselaer, will hold a Barbecue Fundraiser on Saturday, June 30th, from 11AM ‘til 5PM. Eat it here or take it to go. It will include 1 meat, 2 sides and dessert. We will have chicken, jerk chicken, hot dogs, hamburgers, corn on the cob, macaroni & cheese, several salads & more. The cost is $10 for adults, $3 for children 10 years and younger. The proceeds will go toward repaving our church parking lot.


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Blooming Grove Reformed Church’s monthly 4th Sunday Community Dinner will be held on Sunday, June 24th, from 2PM to 4PM. Come and enjoy!

STEPHENTOWN HISTORICAL SOCIETY STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL

~Sand Lake Baptist Church~ A Strawberry Festival will be held on Saturday, June 23, from 1PM to 5PM at Sand Lake Baptist Church on Route 43 in Averill Park. Sundaes and Homemade Shortcake will be served throughout the day for a donation of $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for children under 12 years. Berries by the quart, hot dogs and soda, and face painting will also be featured. Sand Lake Ambulance will do blood pressure checks. ~Troy Senior Service Center~ Rensselaer County’s Troy Senior Service Center, 19 Third Street, Troy, will hold its Annual Strawberry Festival, sponsored by WellCare Health Plan, on Tuesday, June 26th, from noon to 1:00 p.m. Lunch will consist of a cold plate of sliced lite salt ham with a deli roll, potato salad, and 3 bean salad, followed by a scrumptious strawberry shortcake. The suggested contribution for lunch is $2.50 for seniors 60 years and older. For more information or to make a reservation for lunch, please contact the Center at 270-5348.

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Strawberry shortcake will star at the Thirty-first Annual Strawberry Festival on Sunday, June 24, under the tent at The Berry Patch on Route 22 in Stephentown, New York. This fundraiser for the Stephentown Historical Society runs from 11 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or until supplies run out. Locally grown, freshly picked strawberries will be served on biscuits or sponge cake with whipped cream, or with ice cream for sundaes. Strawberry-rhubarb pie a la mode and whole strawberryrhubarb pies will also be sold. The Berry Patch offers jams, jellies, strawberries and a wide array of marvelous fruits and vegetables to take home. The Berry Patch is 1.7 miles south of the Stephentown traffic light. For additional information, call 518-733-0010, 518-733-1234, or go to www.theberrypatch.net.

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pages 12-14 AvaDentTM Digital Dentures Offer Revolutionary, High-Tech Advantages To Denture Patients Averill Park, NY, May 2012, Dr.’s Hill, Gamache & Sundstrom are pleased to announce the incorporation of AvaDentTM Digital Dentures into their practice. As one of a select number of dental practices to offer this breakthrough, digital, CAD/CAM technology, Dr.’s Hill, Gamache & Sundstrom, can now create an AvaDent Digital Denture with a precise, computer fit, in just two appointments. Traditional dentures can take as many as five or more appointments and still not have the patient advantages found with AvaDent. The AvaDent process starts with one convenient record taking appointment to capture the patient’s exact features. The information is then sent to AvaDent’s Scottsdale, AZ facility where it is imputed into a computer, digitally designed and precision milled from a compressed, pre-shrunk disk of acrylic. In addition to the precision fit and two appointment convenience, AvaDents are more bacteria resistant than traditional fabricated dentures to help elimintate sore spots and “denture breath”. And because AvaDents are digital, each one has a permanent digital record so if they are ever lost or broken they can be replaced quickly and easily without the patient even coming into the practice. “With AvaDent our patients can regain their youthful smile with the natural look and feel they may have thought they had lost forever,” said Dr. Hill. “We tell our patients that with AvaDent you can have a smile that is virtually you!”

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COPING WITH MULTIPLE LOSSES: PART 2 On Friday, June 22, the Seniors’ Ministry of Immaculate Conception/St. Joseph Parish will host their regular monthly meeting at the church and hall in New Lebanon. This month’s program, which is a continuation of an earlier presentation by Rev. Susan Schultz, will begin at 11:30 am in the parish hall. Rev. Schultz, Pastor of the Stephentown Federated Church and a hospice chaplain, will speak about the difficulties encountered by those who have suffered from multiple losses, which tend to occur more often as people age. Not only the loss of family and friends, but also a decline in health, finances and other resources may combine to lessen a person’s ability to sustain a sense of self-worth and hope. Rev. Schultz will help participants to identify the effects of these significant life events and will offer her thoughts about ways in which people can address the issues. A light lunch will follow the presentation and everyone from the community is welcome to attend the program; there is no charge for the program or for lunch. The church and hall are located at 732 U.S. Route 20, in New Lebanon. For more information, please contact Georgette Tefoe at 518-7940156.

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Elizabeth Held graduated from Bryn Mawr College with a degree in History, Magna Cum laude. Elizabeth is the daughter of John and Mary Held of Niskayuna and the granddaughter of James and Ann Held of North Greenbush. She has begun her employment at the newspaper USA TODAY.

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LOOKING FOR SOME SPIRITUAL DIRECTION Community Congregational Church of Clinton Heights, United Church of Christ, 221 Columbia Turnpike next to the E. Greenbush Town Hall. We are affiliated with the United Church of Christ. Learn more about the UCC at www. ucc.org. Are you looking for some spiritual direction, a sense of self or a community? If so, Community Congregational Church of Clinton Heights can provide you with the friendship, fellowship and guidance you may be looking for. Here you will find a Community that is full of love and acceptance. We believe in getting involved. When you help others, you help yourself lead a Christ-like life. That’s why our congregation remains active in the community through several community service initiatives geared toward improving the quality of life for others. Head out on your new path by joining Community Congregational Church of Clinton Heights today! Call us at 518-477-4675 or visit www.clintonheightsucc.org.

Brooklyn Darling, Jenna Farley, Molly Cardamone, Christina Parrottino, Emily Jaworski, Rachel Kane and Gracie Driscoll of Troop 1611 have recently earned their Bronze Award. For their Bronze award, the girls demonstrated their dedication to our community by volunteering at the Doors of Hope and collecting over 250 canned goods for “Hands For New York”. For the past three months, every other Thursday, the girls have volunteered at the Doors of Hope doing whatever was asked of them; cleaning, folding and organizing donated goods, sorting food donations and even taking out the trash! With some of the money the Troop earned from this year’s cookie sales, the girls bought enough flowers to fill the eight flower boxes at the entrance of the Doors of Hope. The Troop visited the local Hannaford to learn about the Star Program and the importance of good nutrition and a healthy diet. The girls also volunteered at the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern NY. On behalf of Troop 1611, we would like to thank the Doors of Hope and their volunteers for their tireless efforts in providing such a valuable service to our community and for teaching our Girl Scouts the joys of volunteering.

QUESTION: How does meditation actually reduce stress? J. Stewart, Wynantskill, NY ANSWER: The benefits of meditation have now been documented by hard science through the analysis of brain scans conducted on meditators. Recent clinical studies conducted by both Jon Kabat-Zinn, Ph.D., of the University of Massachusetts Medical School and Richard Davidson, professor of Psychology and Psychiatry at the University of WisconsinMadison, have found that a daily meditation practice actually shifts brain activity from the stress-prone right frontal cortex to the calmer, more detached left frontal cortex. This mental shift, brought about by meditation, decreases the negative effects of stress, mild depression and anxiety while lessening activity in the amygdala, the portion of the brain that processes fear and initiates the fight, flight or freeze response. Even though the fight, flight or freeze response is automatic, it isn’t always appropriate. In fact most of the time it turns out to be a false alarm––there is no actual threat at all to survival. That happens because the amygdala, which initiates the automatic part of the fight, flight or freeze response, cannot distinguish between a real threat and a perceived threat. Whenever the mind perceives a real or imagined threat to the organism’s selfpreservation, the fight, flight or freeze response will initiate actions that are often inappropriate because our lives are not really being threatened. Daniel Goleman in his book Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ, coined the term “amygdala hijack.” The phrase describes any emotional response which is immediate, overwhelming and out of proportion to the actual stimulus because the amygdala has perceived a much more significant emotional threat than that which really exists. Without a daily meditation practice to decrease the fight, flight or freeze response, the amygdala will continue to cause unskillful lifestyle choices that compromise our health. However, we can choose to live life from a different perspective. When we meditate for just five minutes in the morning and emotional storms start to arise in the day, we can reduce the negative health effects of stress by literally changing the structure of our brain. Then, instead of feeling threatened or stressed by adverse circumstances, we can remain calm, and even contribute something positive to those formidable situations. The meditation and easy-gentle yoga curriculum at the American Meditation Institute is accredited by the American Medical Association, Albany Medical College and the N.Y.S. Nurses Association. It is also endorsed by nationally recognized physicians Mehmet Oz MD, Dean Ornish MD and Bernie Siegel MD.


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~North Greenbush~ The North Greenbush Public Library is delighted to welcome the Tri-City Valley Cats to help us kick-off our 2012 Summer Reading Program. Bring the kids to the library on Tuesday, June 26th, at 11:00am to meet 2 members of our hometown team and Southpaw. The players will read some wonderful children’s stories and answer questions from the audience. The library is located in the North Greenbush Municipal Building on Main Avenue in Wynantskill. Please call the library for more information, 283-0303. ~TROY~ Southpaw and Valley Cats players will read stories and answer questions about playing professional baseball on Saturday, June 23rd, at 11am at the Troy Public Library, located at 100 Second Street in Troy. For children ages 4 and up. For more information, call 274-7071 or visit us at www.TheTroyLibrary.org.

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The Rensselaer County Historical Society (RCHS) presents a new program for children ages 7 – 10. Fun Fridays for Curious Kids features hands-on activities, games and much more. Each Fun Friday has a different theme. Each day runs from 9am – 4pm with before and after-care area available. All programs take place at RCHS located at 57 Second Street, Troy. • Smoke & Cinders – Troy’s Great Fire - Friday, July 13 150 years ago, Troy experiences a massive fire that burned over 600 buildings. How did the fire start and how did people respond? What tools were used to fight the fire? Help us with a bucket brigade and more! • Where Am I On My Family Tree? - Friday, July 20 Ever wonder where your family came from or who your ancestors are? We’ll create a family tree, look at old documents and photos and learn how to discover more about your family’s past. • Museum Sneak Peak - Friday, August 3 What goes on at a museum? Where do they keep all the artifacts? How does an exhibit get made? Why can’t we go behind the door? All these questions and more will be answered. Registration deadline is one week prior to program. To register or for more information, call 518-272-7232 x12 or email Ilene Frank at ilenefrank@rchsonline.org

• Literacy Challenge Kickoff on June 21st - • Preschool Summer Literacy Challenge Kickoff! • Kickoff the summer during Thursday Morning Story Hour @ 11:30 • Enjoy snacks, story hour and learn about the Literacy Challenge! • Summer Reading Kickoff on June 22nd - • Decorate your own “book bag” • Signup for the Summer Reading Program • Face painting at 5 PM • Family Movie Night at 6 PM: The Secret World of Arrietty (Rated G) • Wednesday Activity Night - Dream Big! With Mrs. Miller

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Citizen Soldiers extend their service to state and nation Major General Patrick A. Murphy, the Adjutant General, announces the recent reenlistment of members of the New York Army National Guard in recognition of their continuing commitment to serve community, state and nation as part of the Army National Guard. Sergeant First Class David Arroyo from Troy, has reenlisted to continue service with the Joint Force Headquarters. Specialist John Pember from Wynantskill, has reenlisted to continue service with the 1156th Engineer Company. Specialist Catherine Arcuri from Castleton, has reenlisted to continue service with the Intelligence and Sustainment Company, 42nd Infantry Division. “Over the past 3 years the New York Army National Guard has come from far below authorized strength to 100 percent strength,” Murphy said in remarks to the force. “Our priority is to provide ready forces for both state and federal missions and readiness starts with maintaining our strength.” For more information about the New York Army National Guard, visit www.dmna.ny.gov or www.1800goguard.com.

A Free Friends and Family Community Fun Day and Flea market sponsored by Agape Apostolic Church of Deliverance will be held on Saturday, July 7th, from 12PM to 8PM at the Knickerbacker Arena located at 8th Avenue and 103rd Street in North Troy. Bouncy Bounce, Pony Rides, Great Food, Free Giveaways all while you enjoy shopping at the Flea Market. There will be Hot Air Balloon rides from 6 to 8PM. All rides are free. Vendors wanted $35 per space. For info, call 813-8840.

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RESIDENTS NAMED TO DEAN’S LIST AT SAINT MICHAEL’S The following local residents were named to the Spring 2012 Dean’s List at Saint Michael’s College, a liberal arts, residential Catholic college located in Burlington, Vermont. Michaela Burns, daughter of Joanne and Michael Burns of Troy, a S ophomore Mathematics major, who graduated from Troy High School before coming to Saint Michael’s. Kelsie Harris, daughter of Gregory and Marianne Harris of East Greenbush, a Junior English major, who graduated from Columbia High School before coming to Saint Michael’s. Students who complete a minimum of 12 credits and achieve a grade point average of at least 3.4 at the end of a semester are recognized for their scholarship by inclusion on the Dean’s List.

Letter to the Editor: After my last article about bears in our area, I received a couple requests for information about encountering a bear while hiking. Obviously, if there is a car or building within reach, it is best to move into that shelter. If we are in the woods, we should have another plan. The black bear species is an opportunistic feeder and is likely looking for picnic food or bird feeders. The polar bear which, thankfully, we don’t have to deal with here recognizes humans as a prey item and the protocol on encounters is very different! The Grizzly bear also requires specialized consideration. Since it is the black bear we are seeing in this area, being familiar with a few common sense procedures should keep us safe. People in groups appear more formidable and make more noise giving any bear in the area an opportunity to move away. A black bear with young is ready to protect them, but even with cubs, she is more likely to try to move away. Avoid any area which has food sources such as a dump or an area in the woods containing food a bear might have claimed. Make sure that you do not make sudden moves. Don’t act in a threatening way. Don’t make eye contact with the bear or stare at it. Don’t block off what may be perceived as an escape route. If you are with a group, move closer together rather than spread out. Back away slowly. Do not run, scream or yell at the bear. If you find yourself close to a bear, do not startle it. Act in a non-threatening manner. If the black bear appears aggressive, climb a tree if possible. Lying down and playing dead, or climbing a tree, are all signs of submission to the bear demonstrating that you are not a threat. If you are carrying a pack or food items, you should quietly move those to the ground before backing away. This may attract the bear’s attention while you exit. Educate your children on what to do when wildlife appears. ~ Catherine Crawmer, Animal Control Officer 477-8230

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by Claire Everett Unfortunately, all AP sports are over. With the end of the season comes both bad and good news. The bad news is that this is the last article of the season; the good news is that AP Sports will be back in the fall. I will wrap up the last article by saying thank you for all the feedback and see you next year. And to all the athletes out there, remember: Champions are made when no one is watching. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to contact me at claireeverett11@gmail.com.

B.L.C.C. IRENE BIELAWA MEMORIAL LADIES GOLF LEAGUE The following is a list of results from the BLCC Monday Night Ladies Golf League on Monday, June 4, 2012 : 1st Low Score: 34 - Heather Morrison, Deb Jewell, Jen DiIorio and Sandy Morley; 2nd Low Score: 35 - Peg Squazzo, Mary Smith, Patti McArdle and Mary Beth Steinburg; 3rd Low Score: 38 - Joanne Guynup, Chris Cooney, Julie Irish and Kris Roder. 1st Low Putts: 10 - Angie Fleming, Margie Biggins, Elaine Cronin and Nikki Dagostino; 2nd Low Putts: 11 - Mary Beth Casey and Chris Helwig; 3rd Low Putts: 11 - Mary Fabian, Vicki Dunson, Nancy Dunn and Linda Hastings. A total of 26 women competed on 7 teams. The following is a list of results from the BLCC Monday Night Ladies Golf League on Monday, June 11, 2012: 1st Low Score: 34 - Joanne Lantiegne, Deb McMahon, Chris Cooney and Joanne Guynup; 2nd Low Score: 37 - Cindy Keeler, Angie Fleming, Margie Biggins; 3rd Low Score: 37 - Cathie Olf, Margaret Surpitski, Patti McArdle and Mary Beth Steinburg. 1st Low Putts: 9 - Ronnie Ciccarelli, Carol Ciccarelli, Deb Bryce and Mary Smith; 2nd Low Putts: 9 - Donna Butterfield, Nikki Dagostino, Barb Hansen and Judy Goodyer; 3rd Low Putts: 11 - Linda Hastings, Betty Turner, Kelly Hammond and Betty Ann Whitbeck. A total of 39 women competed on 10 teams in tonight’s league play.

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June 2012 - Sat. 6/23 – Family Fishing Day– Learn How To Fish On Long Pond from 12pm-2pm. As part of Free Fishing Weekend, the park and DEC’s I Fish NY program are offering a free introduction to fishing for families. Meets along Long Pond Dam near the boathouse. Fishing poles provided. To hear the I Fish NY talk, please show up at 12pm, and fishing will be ongoing until 2pm after that. Sat. 6/23 – Family Fishing Derby from 7:30am-12pm — A Benefit for the Park’s Natural Heritage Trust fund to support our environmental education programming, hosted by the Friends of GLSP. Register at the Pole Barn via the Winter Entrance. Prizes and fun for the family with fishing on all the park’s ponds. Please call the park for more information at 2791155. Sat. and Sun. 6/23-6/24 – Free Fishing Weekend- Fish throughout NY State without a license. Enjoy the water at Grafton Lakes as well as Cherry Plain State Parks. Happy Fishing! Schedule of events is tentative. To confirm events, call the Grafton Lakes State Park office at 279-1155 or visit www.nysparks.com for updates and event additions. You can also join our Facebook page for updates and to share your stories or pictures of park adventures.

Thank you all for reading my weekly column about Averill Park’s talented student athletes. I really enjoyed myself and I hope you enjoyed learning about these amazing people. I will be attending Roger Williams University in the fall and will be playing soccer for the school. Even though I will be a Hawk in the fall, I will forever be a Warrior at heart. But that is enough about me; I have the pleasure of introducing to you, next year’s columnist, Lauren Navratil. Lauren is a fantastic athlete that has a work ethic like nonother. She is the kind of player that coaches beg to have on their teams. Lauren has been playing soccer since she was five years old and plays all year with the Averill Park Youth Soccer League. You can find her in the Defensive Midfield position on the soccer field. Her favorite part about the game is the rush of winning the ball, beating her defender, and contributing to a great play. She is truly a team player and one of the most positive people to be around. Lauren has received many awards, along the lines of Most Aggressive and has recently won a Coach’s MVP award which she fully deserved; but Lauren isn’t only an all-star on the field, she is also an all-star in the classroom. Navratil has a 90 GPA with a love for English class. Next year she will be taking Philosophy, Writer’s Workshop, Economics, Participation in Government, Forensics, and BioGene. In the future, Lauren hopes to become a Clinical Psychologist, but first she would like to study psychology at SUNY Oneonta, Buffalo, Oswego, or Binghamton and play soccer wherever she ends up. In her spare time, Lauren enjoys hanging out with her friends, hiking, fishing, kayaking, and being outside. “Being a scholar athlete means the world to me. With the recognition of my success and dedication to sports, along with that of my academic success is such a huge honor,” stated your new Athlete of the Week columnist. She would like to thank her Grandparents for inspiring her to always work hard and teaching her that the key to a good life is simple generosity. She would also like to thank all of her teachers, family, friends, and coaches for their support over the past couple years. Thank you to all of my readers and best of luck to Lauren as she embarks on her final year at APHS. Best Wishes to all in the 2012-2013 school year.

B.L.C.C. WOMEN’S WED. GOLF LEAGUE Results – June 6, 2012: Team Prockup defeated Team Pettrone 8 points to 4, Team Lisi defeated Team Surpitski 7 points to 5 and Team DeLong tied Team Morrison 6 points each in the BLCC Women’s League’s seventh week of play. Current Team standings are: Team Prockup is in first place with 44 points; Team Surpitski is in second place with 37 points; Team Lisi is in third place with 43.5 points; Team DeLong is in fourth place with 42.5 points; Team Pettrone and Team Morrison are tied in fifth place with 36.5 points. Low Net Scores on the BACK nine are: 1st Low Net – Carol Burke and Darcy Houser 30; 2nd Low Net – Heather Morrison 33. Results – June 13, 2012: Team Pettrone defeated Team Surpitski 8.5 points to 3.5, Team DeLong defeated Team Lisi 8 points to 4 and Team Prockup tied Team Morrison 6 points a piece in the BLCC Women’s League’s eighth week of play. Current Team standings are: Team Prockup is in first place with 51 points; Team DeLong is in second place with 50.5 points; Team Surpitski and Team Lisi are tied for third place with 47.5 points; Team Pettrone is in fifth place with 45 points; and Team Morrison is in sixth place with 42.5 points. Low Net Scores on the FRONT nine are: 1st Low Net – 32 - Jen DiIorio, Carol Mullen and Betty Cushing; 2nd Low Net – 33 - Mary Ellen Trumbull, Lisa Bissailon, and Angela Lisi.

3rd ANNUAL “STRIDE 4 STRIDE” 5K RUN & 2.5K WALK AND WHEELCHAIR ROLL On Saturday, June 23, 2012, the Capital Region is invited to join hundreds of participants in an awareness demonstration for healthy, active lifestyles, regardless of disability, at Albany’s familiar venue site for STRIDE Adaptive Sports’ 3rd Annual ‘Stride 4 STRIDE’ 5K Run/ 2.5K Community Walk and Wheelchair Roll. The 5K race, with chip timing provided by ARE Event Productions, kicks-off at 9am in front of the Ampitheatre and leads racers down a fast, flat course through Albany’s Corning Preserve. Participants can cross the finish line as a solo runner in the 5K, as a team in the family-friendly 2.5K Community Walk, or for those who need an added “push”, as a team partner with athletes who have special needs, rolling in wheelchairs. Sparky the Clown, a clown with special needs, will be on hand; and additional activities include bouncy house, free Chobani yogurt, free IceCream, and free chair massages. 100% of the money raised will help STRIDE Adaptive Sports continue to offer thousands of adaptive program lessons FREE OF CHARGE to hundreds of special needs/disabled athletes, Wounded Warriors and their families. Registration is $25 @ www.stride.org.

HOAGS CORNERS VOL. FIRE CO. 5th ANNUAL GOLF SCRAMBLE Hoags Corners Volunteer Fire Company, Inc will host their 5th Annual Golf Scramble at Burden Lake Country Club on Sunday, June 24th - 11AM check-in, lunch; shot gun start at 1PM sharp; dinner at 5:30PM. Min. $10,000 1st Hole-in-One Prize. Other types of 1st hole-inone contests: cruise, airline tickets, electronic package. Prizes for: Longest Drive ~ Closest to the Pin and MORE! Emergency Services Team Award (challenge other Fire, EMS or Police foursomes). Cost in only $100 per golfer for reservations received by 5/15/12 and includes: golf fees, golf cart, golf shirt, gifts, refreshments, lunch and dinner. Golfing limited to the 1st 32 foursomes or 128 golfers. Awards dinner guest are encouraged to join us to $30 each. Register Now! Don’t wait and miss this! Proceeds go towards the planned construction of the new HCVFC substation to be located near Burden Lake. For information and registration form, contact Ken Bornhorst at 331-1294 or email kbornhorst@aol.com or go to www.hcvfc.org.

TOWN OF NORTH GREENBUSH OFFERING FREE FISHING CLINIC The Town of North Greenbush is offering a FREE fishing clinic on Saturday, June 23rd, 9 -11 a.m. for children ages 6 – 12, parents/guardian should accompany their child. Call Stan for required reservations at 283-2790 or Town Office at 283-2574 ext. 15. The clinic will be assisted by The Adirondack Woodsmen & Bailey Mountain Fish and Game Club.

NASSAU YOUTH GOLF CLASS Boys and Girls between the ages of 13-17 years, living in The Town of Nassau, are invited to participate in an “Introduction to Golf” program at Burden Lake C. C. The program is sponsored by the Nassau Youth Committee and will take place on Saturday, June 23 and 30th. Ron Choquette, a Class “A”, PGA golf professional will coordinate the program. For registration, contact Ron at 674-2236. Class size is limited.

MULTI-SPORT LIFE TRIATHLON CLUB - YOUTH MULTI-SPORT CAMP – LIFEGUARD TRAINING The MSL Tri Club trains youth and adult athletes ages 8 to 98 on Wednesdays at Crystal Lake. The affordable, family-friendly training is conducted by USA Triathlon Certified Coaches working with separate youth and adult groups. Sessions work on beginner, intermediate, and advance swim, bike and running skills in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. Youngsters can also join in on the SHAPE Multi-Sport Camp and EPIC Adventures M-F, 9am-5pm in Averill Park, Colonie Town Park and Grafton State Park. Lifeguard training camp will be held the last week of June in Averill Park with limited registration. Go to www.MultiSportLife.org or call 518-281-6480 for registration and further information.

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LEGAL NOTICE BROWN FAMILY FARM, LLC, a domestic LLC, Arts. of Org. filed with the SSNY on 5/3/12. Office County. Rensselaer location: SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: Thomas V. Kennedy Jr., 65 Second St., Troy, NY 12180. General Purposes. GAME & GROG, LLC, a domestic LLC, Arts. of Org. filed with the SSNY on 4/4/12. Office location: SSNY is Rensselaer County. designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC, 342 2nd St., Troy, NY 12180. General Purposes. GREENE FIELDS, LLC. Notice of Formation of Limited Liability Company. Articles of Organization filed with the Department of State of New York on June 30, 2011. Rensselaer location, Office County. Secretary of State of New York State is designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. Secretary of State may mail a copy of any process to Greene Fields, LLC, 103 Greenes Brook No Road, Berlin, NY 12022. reported agent. Latest date of None. LLC: of dissolution Purpose: All legal purposes.

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Notice of Formation of RELIABLE REHAB SOLUTIONS, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with SSNY on 4/20/2012. Off. Loc. Rensselaer SSNY designated as County. agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to: The LLC, 14 Empire Drive, Poestenkill, NY 12140. Purpose to engage in any lawful activity.

Notice of Formation of Battu Properties, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) Office location: on 6/12/12. SSNY Rensselaer County. designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC, 16 Ledgestone Rd., Troy, NY 12180. Purpose: any lawful activities. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF BRADLEY PARK BUILDERS, L.L.C. Arts of Org. filed with the Secy of State of NY, (SSNY) on April 17, 2012. Office location: County of Rensselaer. SSNY is designated as agent of the L.L.C. upon whom process on it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to 3475 NY 43, Averill Park, NY 12018. Purpose: To engage in any act or activity permissable under the law.

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Notice of formation of Highland Two LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 4/25/12. Off. loc. Rensselaer Co. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: Highland Two LLC, 37 Brookview Ave, Apt. 2, Troy NY Purpose: any lawful 12180. activities. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. Name: MCCABE MOTOR CAR of Articles LLC. TOWING, Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York Office 4/26/12. on (SSNY) 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, 1 Herrington Ave., East Greenbush, New York 12061. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. Name: M & K MOWING, LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 4/26/12. 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, 5 Pineview Lane, East Greenbush, New York 12061. Purpose: For any lawful purpose.

NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC). The name of the LLC is 183 6th AVE, LLC. The Articles of Organization of the LLC were filed with the NY Secretary of Sate on May 17, 2012. The purpose of the LLC is to engage in any lawful act or activity. The office of the LLC is to be located in Rensselaer County. The Secretary of State is designated as the agent of the LLC upon whom process against the LLC may be served. The address to which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC is 620 Pulaski Road, E. Northport, NY 11731. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: 2nd Coat Painting, LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 03/14/2012. Location of LLC: Rensselaer been has SSNY County. designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLC, 2nd Coat Painting, LLC, P.O. Box 24, Castleton, NY 12033. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: Charlie Mac's Ice Cream and Desserts, LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 05/09/12. Office location: 3991 State RT 2 12052 NY Cropseyville, Rensselaer County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLC, c/o Charles McCauley 5 Evergreen Lane Wynantskill, New York 12198. Notice of Formation of Limited Liability Company. Articles of the with filed Organization Department of State of New York on April 24, 2012. Office location, Rensselaer County. Secretary of State of New York State is designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. Secretary of State may mail a copy of any process to 56 Center Street, LLC, 2704 State Route 7, Valley Falls, NY 12185. No reported agent. Latest date of dissolution of LLC: None. Purpose: All legal puposes. of Formation of Notice NETSOURCE 1 LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 5/10/12. Office SSNY location: Rensselaer. designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC, 47 Indian Pipe Dr., Wynantskill, NY 12198. Purpose: any lawful activities.

NOTICE OF FORMATION OF PROPERTY SHEPARD’S SERVICES, L.L.C. Formation and Articles of Incorporation filed with the Secretary of State on 5/25/12. Rensselaer Location: Office been has SSNY County. designated as agent of the limited liability company upon whom process against it may be served. The address office address within this state to which SSNY shall mail a copy of any process against it served is 159 Taborton Road, Averill Park, New York, 12018. The Purpose of the LLC is to engage in any lawful act or activity. NOTICE OF FORMATION of Troy Apartments, LLC. Articles of the with filed Organization Secretary of State on April 16, 2012. Office location, Rensselaer County. Secretary of State designated as agent of Limited Liability Company upon whom process against it may be served. Secretary of State shall mail copy of process to the Company at 367 First Street, Troy, New York 12180. Purpose: any lawful purposes. Notice of Qualification of WGS Eastern Housing Associates, LLC. Authority filed with NY Dept. of State on 5/17/12. Office location: Rensselaer County. LLC formed in DE on 5/11/12. NY Sec. of State designated agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served and shall mail process to the principal business address: 300 Jordan Rd., Troy, NY 12180, Attn: Walter F. Uccellini. DE address of LLC: The Corporation Trust Co., 1209 Orange St., Wilmington, DE 19801. Cert. of Form. filed with DE Sec. of State, 401 Federal St., Dover, DE 19901. Purpose: all lawful purposes. Notice of Qualification of WGS Arsenal Housing Associates, LLC. Authority filed with NY Dept. of State on 5/17/12. Office location: Rensselaer County. LLC formed in DE on 5/11/12. NY Sec. of State designated agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served and shall mail process to the principal business address: 300 Jordan Rd., Troy, NY 12180, Attn: Walter F. Uccellini. DE address of LLC: The Corporation Trust Co., 1209 Orange St., Wilmington, DE 19801. Cert. of Form. filed with DE Sec. of State, 401 Federal St., Dover, DE 19901. Purpose: all lawful purposes. SNO-A-WAY LLC, a domestic LLC, Arts. of Org. filed with the SSNY on 12/7/11. Office location: SSNY is Rensselaer County. designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC, 440 6th Ave., Troy, NY 12182. General Purposes.


LIFE-GUARD: GOD WATCHES OVER YOU! ST. TIMOTHY’S VBS 2012 St. Timothy’s is celebrating its 32nd year of community Vacation Bible School this year and we have another great week planned for all who will attend. There will be great music, valuable Bible lessons, fun crafts, cool science, and outdoor games. Each day there is special color for you to wear, wonderful decorations, yummy snacks and a craft project that all reflect the day’s lesson. Monday—Creation—Green; Tuesday—The Wise Man Built His House Upon the Rock—Yellow; Wednesday—God Keeps His Promises—Rainbow; Thursday—Trust and Obey—Blue: Jonah and the Whale; Friday—Jesus Provides—Red: Jesus Feeds the 5,000. Children ages 4 and up are welcome to attend. Children grades 6-8 are eligible to be Junior Counselors if they would rather participate that way. The cost for the week is $20 per child. Children may wear/bring a bathing suit for water fun. Please put names on towels and suits. Friday evening, from 6:30—8 PM, there is the Big Camp Celebration! Families are invited to share songs and stories from our week together and have cake and ice cream too! St. Timothy’s is at the corner of Winter St Ext and Bloomingrove Drive in Defreestville. Please call me at 326-5276 for a registration form. Deadline is July 20th! Hope to see you at VBS! ~ Marilyn Dyer, Registrar

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Weekend Warriors for North Greenbush is seeking seniors in our area who need help with their home and lawns. We are looking for those who have no one else they can depend on to help them with the things they can’t do themselves. At this time, the requirement is that you live in North Greenbush and are 65 or over. You can email Matthew Martoccio at matt@martoccio.com for information or visit Martoccio.com (Also seeking volunteers). The goal of this program is to help NG seniors with common home maintenance, repairs and lawn work and help bring our community together.

LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Qualification of WGS Clayton Housing Associates, LLC. Authority filed with NY Dept. of State on 5/17/12. Office location: Rensselaer County. LLC formed in DE on 5/11/12. NY Sec. of State designated agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served and shall mail process to the principal business address: 300 Jordan Rd., Troy, NY 12180, Attn: Walter F. Uccellini. DE address of LLC: The Corporation Trust Co., 1209 Orange St., Wilmington, DE 19801. Cert. of Form. filed with DE Sec. of State, 401 Federal St., Dover, DE 19901. Purpose: all lawful purposes. NOTICE OF REGISTRATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERSHIP. NAME: Adler, Vermillion & Skocilich LLP. Certificate of Registration was filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 06/30/2011. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLP upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLP, 7 Delehunt Dr., East Greenbush, NY 12061. Purpose: Law.

LEGAL NOTICE HANDCRAFTED ADIRONDACK FURNITURE LLC, a domestic LLC, Arts. of Org. filed with the SSNY on 4/4/12. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC, 35 Tanners Ln., Rensselaer, NY 12144. General Purposes.

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the Village of Nassau is seeking an experienced prefessional to work PT as Deputy Clerk. This position performs a wide variety of clerical functions and responsibilities. Please see: www.villageofnassau.org for complete job description and employment application. Please contact Village Clerk/Treasurer at 518-766-3044 or by email to nvilclerk@nycap.rr.com

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CHILD CARE Jack and Jill Preschool Open House. Thurs. June 26, 6pm. Come meet our teachers, see our classrooms and register for the fall. Spots are limited. 401 Main Ave. Wynantskill.

RN SUPERVISOR Excellent Per Diem Rate 7am-7pm (Every Other Weekend) This key management position is not for everyone, but it may be just right for you! If you would like to supplement your income, or if it’s time to leave the weekly grind behind, this could be the opportunity you’ve been waiting for. Long term care & supervisory experience preferred.

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The Town of Schodack is seeking a part-time accountant for the Comptroller’s office. This is a provisional position pending passing the next available Civil Service examination. Requirements include” A Bachelor’s Degree including or supplemented by 24 semester credit hours in accounting and two yeats of full-time paid experience in mainting and /or auditing financial accounts and records. Proficiency in Microsoft Excvel and Word a must. Experience with accounting software packages required. Governmental experience preferred. Schodack residency is required. Please send resume, no later than 7/3/12 to: Town of Schodack. Attn: Human Resources, EOE. 265 Schuurmann Rd Castletim nY 12033

MAPLEDALE FARM PARTNERS, LLC. Notice of Formation of Limited Liability Company. Articles of Organization filed with the Department of State of New York on July 12, 2011. Office location, Rensselaer County. Secretary of State of New York State is designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. Secretary of State may mail a copy of any process to Mapledale Farm Partners, LLC 103 Greenes Brook Road, Berlin, NY 12022. No reported agent. Latest date of dissolution of LLC: None. Purpose: All legal purposes.

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TREE SERVICE Brush, tree, shrub removal & trimming. Also small building demolition. Insured and experienced. Don Bradley Jr. (518) 674-2444

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Samantha Illenberg of Castleton, a junior at Clarkson University majoring in Engineering & Management, received the following award(s) at the University Recognition Day ceremony during the spring semester: The Emerging Leaders Program Award: These awards are presented to students who have completed the Clarkson University Emerging Leadership Program. In order to participate, students identified as having leadership potential were nominated by Clarkson faculty and staff and selected from a competitive candidate pool. Award recipients successfully completed interactive sessions that covered topics such as: leadership theories, parliamentary procedure, program planning, public speaking, values and ethics, communication, motivation, goal setting and strategic planning.

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B. DOCHERTY MAKES DEAN’S LIST AT CAZENOVIA Cazenovia College recently released names of students honored for academic achievement during the spring semester of 2012. The College is home to about 1,000 degree-seeking students; those named to the Dean’s List have achieved a 3.5 or better grade point average for all courses attempted, and have earned 12 or more academic credits during the semester. B righid A. Docherty, of Castleton on Hudson, was named to the 2012 Spring Semester Dean’s List at Cazenovia College. Docherty is a junior majoring in visual communications. Docherty is a graduate of Maple Hill High School, Castleton-OnHudson, N.Y.

Steven Hunt from Wynantskill, NY, at Sage College of Albany, has been placed on the Dean’s Honor List for the Spring 2012 Semester. Steven is the son of Charles and Anna Hunt also of Wynantskill, NY. Dean’s Honor List students obtain a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.30 after completing a course load of 12 credit hours or more, and receiving no letter grade below a C.

NOTICE TO SHERWOOD PARK RESIDENTS Town Of East Greenbush Sewer Clean out/Sherwood Park Area (from Phillips Rd to Corliss) This notice is to inform you that Reynolds Inliner will be beginning sanitary sewer rehabilitation work in your neighborhood. This work involves using high pressure water to clean the sewer lines of grease debris and obstructions. The lines will be televised following the cleaning process. Make sure there is water in your traps before and after the cleaning process. The cleaning process can create a vacuum, which will drain the water from your traps, if this occurs, and the smell of sewer gas is present in your home, flush all your toilets, run water in all your sinks and showers and dump water in any floor drains you may have. Occasionally air can get pushed up the lines causing a surge out of a drain or toilet bowl. Please close your toilet lids and drape a heavy towel over them. The work in your area will be performed the week of JUNE 14, THROUGH JULY 1, 2012. If you have any questions, please contact: George Lovely at 518-465-0172 treatment plant or 518-269-6770 cell.

CAFÉ THEO SPIRIT CIRCLE: DISCUSSION ABOUT AND EXPERIENCE OF THE HOLY Café Theo Spirit Circle - Starting June 27th at 7PM at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, 1583 Carney Road, Castleton, NY. For those who want to be part of a spiritual gathering, but don’t necessarily feel comfortable ascribing to the religious options available. Also, for those of a progressive interfaith nature in their current spiritual/religious practice. We value peace-loving freedom of conscience and questioning. Help grow this circle of peace with interfaith discussion, spiritual music, prayer and meditation, and time for fellowship. Open to adults and older teens. RSVP and questions: 518-931-4072.

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2nd floor apt. for rent. (East of Troy) Brunswick close to HVCC and RPI. Carpeted, appl, window coverings, w washer hookup, suitable for professional. 1 BR + office, no pets. $650 + utilities. Credit check. 518-283-6223

$975+, EG Schools. 3 BR plus bonus room. 1 yr. lease. Sec. NS, NP. 2nd. flr. apt. Credit check req. July 1st availability. 466-3291

3 BR. Brookview Apts. WSL, $895 heat incl. 1 yr. lease, sec. dep. NS, No pets, laundry on site, Avail 6/1/12. 674-1111

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Averill Park - small 2 bdrm. Across form Lakeview. Heat & hotwater included. $850. 867-9129

1 BR Castleton. 2nd floor, quiet Big, bright 1 BR. Lrg, living/ dining dead end street. Heat/ hot water rm, kit. w/ pantry, laundry hkup, included. $700/mo. 732-7670 2nd flr. w/ deck, West Stephentown, $550+ electric. 4872 BR. Brookview Apts. WSL, $695 1022 heat incl. 1 yr. lease, sec. dep. NS, No pets, laundry on site, Avail Cherry Plain, $700 2 BR, mobile 6/1/12. 674-1111 home, like new, set-up in park, no pets, lease. 477-6222


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New Lebanon, single family ranch with large 2 car garage. Private country setting. 2 BR, 3 acres, view, no dogs. $1200 477-6222

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(Today-----NO!) LOCAL RESIDENTS ON SUNY OSWEGO PRESIDENT’S LIST POESTENKILL HISTORICAL SOCIETY’S ANNUAL CONCERT-ON-THE-GREEN Poestenkill Historical Society’s ANNUAL CONCERT-on-theGREEN will be held on the Poestenkill library lawn at 6:45 Tuesday, June 26th, (rain location will be in the Poestenkill Town Hall]. This year we will feature Martha VonSchilgen of Berlin. Martha plays with a fiddler’s club. The club will present a program of French Canadian Fiddle tunes that the whole family will enjoy. Our Annual Concert -on -the Green has been a great time for all and this year’s concert will be enjoyed by the whole family. Bring your lawn chairs, sit back and enjoy the music. Refreshments will be served after the concert. For directions, call Pat at 283-5223.

FIRST BAPTIST EAST POESTENKILL SUMMER CHRISTIAN CONCERTS The First Baptist of East Poestenkill announces its Summer Christian Concerts! All concerts are in the First Baptist Sanctuary located at 12 Legenbauer Road in East Poestenkill. Tell friends, Tell family, Tell neighbors! Please bring a love donation - refreshments to follow. • Sunday, June 24th at 6PM - Robin O’Herin! • Sunday, July 15th at 6PM - Lance Gallup! • Sunday, Aug. 12th at 6PM - Heartsong Singers for Christ! • Sunday, Aug. 19th at 3PM - West Stephentown Baptist Church Choir! - Picnic dinner following the concert. To be an outdoor event at the Pavilion; if rain, we will move indoors. Bring lawn chairs, blankets, sweater. • Sunday, Aug. 26th at 6PM - John Osborne. Questions? Call Lisa at 283-5303.

THE TOWN OF BRUNSWICK CONCERT SCHEDULE All concerts are from 6:30 to 8PM and are held at the Brunswick Community Center on Keyes Lane. June 26th - The Refrigerators; July 3rd - Four on the Floor Band; July 10th - the All Paul Band; July 17th - Crying Out Loud; July 24th - Flame The Band; July 31st - Back 40 Band; August 7th - Cabin Fever; August 14th - The Tichy Boys; August 21st - Hair of the Dog; August 28th - Lustre Kings.

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Several area residents have been named to the President’s List for the spring semester at SUNY Oswego. Showing academic achievement, with their major in parentheses, are: Catherine Scott of Powers Road in Averill Park, a sophomore (biology). Heather McGovern of Stony Point Road in Castleton, a junior (biology). Samantha Dimascio of Oakwood Drive in East Greenbush, a senior (broadcasting and mass communication). Kristofer Brandow of U. S. Route 20 in Nassau, a senior (creative writing). Sean McNamara of Grandview Drive in Poestenkill, a senior (philosophy). Abbigael Hicks of Muitzeskill Road in Schodack Landing, a sophomore (chemistry). Isabelle Cantanucci of Shepherd Lane in Troy, a senior (psychology). Dylan Fredette of Country Garden Apartments in Troy, a junior (cinema and screen studies). Lindsay King of Carrolls Grove Road in Troy, a junior (global and international studies). Ryan Laughlin of Snyders Corner Road in Wynantskill, a senior (zoology). The President’s and Deans’ lists represent the academic top 28.8 percent of the Oswego student body. Students who achieve grade averages of 3.80 and above on the 4.00 scale are named to the President’s List, the top 7.3 percent of Oswego students.

“WHY ARE YOU AFRAID?” On Sunday, June 24, 2012, the Nassau and Stuyvesant Reformed Churches will focus on Jesus, the great comforter that he was, as he consoled his disciples one evening as they came upon a great storm while crossing the sea of Galilee. The waves were treacherous and the disciples were afraid. They panicked and they called Jesus, “Teacher, do you not care that we are perishing?” Jesus responded quite calmly as he rebuked the wind and ordered the sea to be calm. The storm which came upon the disciples in that day was a physical storm, but storms come in our lives in other ways. In the sermon based upon Mark 4:34-41, the Reverend Edward L. Van Kampen will bring his listeners to assess the many storms in their lives and more fully understand how we can resist fear by putting trust in God to care for them. The Nassau Reformed Church worships at 11 a.m. in its chapel, 43 Church St., one half mile east of the only traffic light in the village. The Stuyvesant Reformed Church worships at 9 a.m. in its sanctuary at the corner of Church Street and Route 9J, in the hamlet of Stuyvesant. Sunday School has ended for the season, and “A Message for Young Folk” in worship will resume in September.

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BRUNSWICK CHURCH VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL SKY! – Join us July 9-13, 9am-noon, for Vacation Bible School at Brunswick Church. We are transforming our campus into the boundless blue sky. We’re praying this awesome VBS program will touch children’s hearts and lives with God’s love. We serve children 3yrs – 5th grade. They will enjoy stories, snacks, lessons and game time. For more information, go to www.brunswickchurch.org and look for the SKY! link or call 279-3792 and ask for Erin. Brunswick Church is located at 42 White Church Lane, just off of Rt. 351 in Troy, NY. We can’t wait to take to the SKY! this summer and enjoy the adventure God has planned for us!

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