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KEITH LANGLEY SEEKING ELECTION AS EAST GREENBUSH SUPERVISOR Keith Langley is seeking election as East Greenbush Supervisor, saying he will use his decades of private business experience to bring new leadership and make town government more responsive and efficient for taxpayers. Langley has gained valuable business experience as a project superintendent and safety coordinator with Rifenburg Contracting Corporation, helping guide some of the biggest construction projects to successful completion. Langley said he has spoken to many taxpayers concerned about high town taxes and water rates and the record-high town debt that caused the town’s bond rating to be reduced to junk bond status. “All across town, residents and taxpayers are worried about the direction of town government. They are worried about the high town tax burden and quality of life in their neighborhoods,” said Langley. “As Supervisor, I will make sure taxpayers are not forgotten and that residents received the services they need in the most efficient, effective way possible,” said Langley. Langley is seeking election, along with other members of the Hometown Leadership Team, including Ed Gilbert for Town Council, Dan Fiacco for Town Council and Corine Sheldon for Receiver of Taxes. The team has been endorsed by the Republican, Conservative and Independence parties and announced an eight-point platform including: • Fiscally responsible policies that control taxes and protect taxpayers • Reduction of the town’s record-high debt • Restoration of the town’s credit rating • Compliance with the state tax cap • Independent audit of town finances • Plan to revitalize Routes 9 & 20 • More citizen involvement in town government • Honest, open and responsive government for all Keith gained new perspective after a 1990 accident left his wife Lois paralyzed. Keith devoted himself to caring for his wife, and following the accident, the couple became parents to a son and a daughter and are active members of the community. “My life experiences have prepared me to serve the town and lead East Greenbush in a competent and compassionate manner. I look forward to the chance to give back to a town I have been proud to call home my entire life,” said Langley.
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At my recent shopping stop at the Goff Farmer’s Market, I enjoyed an informative visit with several of the young volunteers and was impressed with their knowledge and dedication. Toni Lettrick told how she and her friends show up three days tending to the plots, planting, weeding, cultivating, and harvesting. Erin Levesque explained how not all tomatoes turn red when they are ripe, and named some different varieties. Nancy Scott who directs the Goff Organic Garden Program pointed out that even though the market is closing for the season, there is still plenty of fruit on the vine. She said the students will still put in time and that the harvest will be shared with local food pantries and programs for the needy. It’s obvious that there are strong roots being grown around that little red barn. One mother who was there happily pointed out the workers were more likely to try different vegetables, and tune in to good nutrition. Programs like this plant the seeds of good citizenship and promote positive growth for the future of our community. ~Submitted by Sue Mangold
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CASTLETON ELEM. SCHOOL ANN. COMMUNITY FAIR The Castleton Elementary School will hold its annual Community Fair on Saturday, September 24th, from 10:00am to 3:00 PM in the Village of Castleton. There will be games, food, face painting, jewelry making, pony rides, and several “Fun Rides”. Fun Rides include a bouncy bounce, a giant slide, and fantastic events from Games2U, including outdoor laser tag, giant human hamster balls, U-Launch water balloons, Wii air guitar and music stations, and several other electronic games. Bid on several silent auction items, including NY Giants tickets, a 4-pack to the indoor water park in Lake George, crafts, and more!
The Greenbush Reformed Church on Hays Rd and Columbia Turnpike will be holding an Autumn Craft Fair on October 22nd from 10AM3PM. There will be raffles, children’s activities, food and over 23 crafters/vendors that will be selling an assortment of items; including jewelry, candles, crocheted items, and seasonal crafts. There will be a bake sale that will have a variety of pies and breads and also a 50/50. Come enjoy this community event! For further information, please contact the church office at 477-6030.
TOTH NAMED PEER ADVISOR AT WNE UNIV. Katie Toth of West Sand Lake, has been named a Peer Advisor for the 2011-2012 academic year at Western New England University in Springfield, MA. Toth is a Senior majoring in Psychology at the University. Peer Advisors are a highly select and comprehensively trained team of students who seek to assist in the university transition. Each first year student is assigned to a peer mentor who serves as a source of information, point of first contact, and conduit to university programs and support services. Peer Advisors coach each student in the formation of the personal success plan and act as an advocate for student success. The personal success plan provides a framework for establishing specific, reasonable, measurable, attainable, realistic, and timely goals for the first semester.
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DISASTER RECOVERY CENTER OPEN IN RENSSELAER COUNTY The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has opened a Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) located at the Rensselaer County Department of Social Services Administration Building, 127 Bloomingrove Dr. in the Town of North Greenbush. The DRC is open 7 days a week from 8 am to 8 pm until further notice. Residents who have sustained damage to their home, apartment, or property are urged to seek assistance at the DRC. Agencies represented at the DRC include: FEMA State Emergency Management Office (SEMO) NYS Office of Family and Children’s Services NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance NYS DMV NYS Homes and Community Renewal NYS Insurance Department NYS Department of Health NYS Office of Mental Health U.S. Small Business Administration NYS Department of Labor Social Security Administration Salvation Army Rensselaer County Department for Aging Information for that location can be found by calling 518- 8336130. Once again, residents who sustained damage to their homes, apartments, or property are strongly encouraged to register with FEMA by calling 1-800-621-3362, online at www.fema.gov or by visiting the DRC where you can also register for FEMA assistance.
KINDERHOOK BANK - HURRICANE IRENE DISASTER RELIEF FUNDRAISER Kinderhook Bank announced it is launching fundraising efforts for Hurricane Irene disaster relief in partnership with the American Red Cross Northeastern NY. All Kinderhook Bank branches will be accepting donations beginning September 6th through September 16th to help families in the Capital Region receive much needed emergency services. “Kinderhook Bank is launching this fundraising initiative to directly help our neighbors, friends, and customers access basic human necessities like food, clothing and shelter as they try to recover from the devastating effects of Hurricane Irene,” said President and Chief Executive Officer, Robert A. Sherwood. The bank will be matching donations raised during the two week period. Employees, customers, and the community are encouraged to make any donation that they can to help this effort. Branch locations are also accepting uncounted or unrolled coin as donations as well. Established in 1853, Kinderhook Bank Corp. is the holding company of Kinderhook Bank, with five full-service branch offices in Kinderhook, Chatham, East Greenbush, Greenport, and Valatie and a new loan service office in Saratoga Springs.
Dan Fiacco has announced his candidacy for East Greenbush Town Board, one of a team of new leaders who will restore fiscal responsibility and make town government more responsive to residents. Fiacco said he plans on using his years of private sector experience to help protect town taxpayers and reduce the town’s record-high debt. Fiacco said he wants to ensure needed town services are protected and quality of life and neighborhoods safeguarded. “East Greenbush is a great town to live and raise a family. To ensure a great future for our town, and one that taxpayers can afford, we need new, responsible leadership and new ideas,” said Fiacco. “As a resident and taxpayer, I have become concerned over town finances and the amount of debt facing our town. With fiscally responsible policies, we can begin to relieve some of the burden on taxpayers,” said Fiacco. Fiacco is seeking election, along with other members of the Hometown Leadership Team, including Keith Langley for Supervisor, Ed Gilbert for Town Council and Corine Sheldon for Receiver of Taxes. The team has been endorsed by the Republican, Conservative and Independence parties and announced an eight-point platform including: • Fiscally responsible policies that control taxes and protect taxpayers • Reduction of the town’s record-high debt • Restoration of the town’s credit rating • Compliance with the state tax cap • Independent audit of town finances • Plan to revitalize Routes 9 & 20 • More citizen involvement in town government • Honest, open and responsive government for all Fiacco is owner of a successful building and contracting company, and has helped improve or build many homes and businesses throughout East Greenbush. Dan and his wife Jana are parents of two daughters who are being educated in the East Greenbush school system, and is part of a large family with members throughout town. “We have deep roots in East Greenbush, and have been proud to be part of the community. Now is my opportunity to give back to a town that my family and I love, and help ensure a better future for everyone,” said Fiacco.
GOD’S GRACIOUSNESS FOR ALL On Sunday, September 18, 2011, the Stuyvesant and Nassau Reformed Churches will study the Gospel of Matthew 10: 1-16 and Exodus 16:2-15 to further their understanding of God’s promise to be with us always. The Exodus story shares the wandering in the wilderness of the Israel people and how they came to more fully understand the presence of God, always as they became more and more comfortable with God hearing them, God answering them, and God remaining in their presence, always. Join us and come to appreciate your experiences with the living God that sometimes takes a form that is not recognized as God with us. The Stuyvesant Reformed Church worships at 9 a.m. in its sanctuary at the corner of Church Street and Route 9J, approximately one-half mile south of the only traffic light in the hamlet of Stuyvesant. Children are welcome in worship, and following the sermon designated for them, they are invited to engage in self-study activities related to the children’s message. The Nassau Reformed Church worships at 11AM in its chapel on the second level of its Church-School-Building, 43 Church Street (‘Route 20) one half mile east of the only traffic light in the village.
Live Birds of Prey descend on Glens Falls City Park on September 17 in conjunction with the Friends of the IBA Juried Art Show hosted by Crandall Public Library. Nearly thirty original and wonderful works of art in a variety of mediums feature “Birds in Nature.” Now on view in the Art Gallery on the second floor during regular library hours for the month of September. A must see! Raptor Awareness Day highlights include Live Bird of Prey presentations in the bandstand by Adirondack Wildlife Refuge & Rehab Center, The Wildlife Institute of Eastern NY and North Country Wild Care. Programs feature many of the owls, hawks and falcons native to the Washington County Grasslands Important Bird Area, or IBA. Visitors can see the raptors up close and ask questions at informational tables afterwards during this free event organized by Friends of the IBA and co-sponsored by the City of Glens Falls and Washington County Tourism Association. GlensFallsRegion.com is the presenting business sponsor. As long as you’re downtown check out the newly opened World Awareness Children’s Museum at 89 Warren Street is only a couple blocks away and offers many wonderful interactive exhibits for kids. L.A.R.A.C. art gallery next to the library is also open Saturday. Visit www.winterraptorfest.com for program schedule and to learn more about the birds, their habitat and other Friends of the IBA events. Event is also a prelude to Winter Raptor Fest 2012 hosted this year by Gallup Ridge Farm in Fort Edward. Contact Friends of the IBA at info.winterraptorfest.com or Washington County Tourism Association at 518-499-2435 for more information. Friends of the Washington County Grasslands IBA, Inc.
ELMWOOD CEMETERY RESTORATION DAY Come join a very special opportunity at Elmwood Cemetery, Shaver Road in WSL on Saturday, September 17th, at 9AM. Learn how to restore and maintain the monuments of your loved ones. Work together to uncover old names, dates and epitaphs lost to time and the elements. Restoration expert, Joe Feraninni, will teach us the best methods to clean mold, lichen, dirt, etc. from headstones damaged by the environment and reset or level stones that are uneven or have toppled. Joe will provide all the materials. We just need YOU. Gardening clothes, shoes, gloves, are recommended. THE ELMWOOD CEMETERY ASSOCIATION IS AN ALL-VOLUNTEER GROUP. AS WE CONTINUE TO IMPROVE, EXPAND AND BEAUTIFY ELMWOOD, WE NEED YOUR HELP. Questions? Call Sandra Billings 283-4618
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SCHODACK RESIDENTS NEED NOT APPLY Letter to the Editor: At its July meeting, the Schodack Town Board appointed James Church, formerly an operative for Joe Bruno, to our Planning Board. The vacancy on the Board arose because the previous month, Peter Goold, Planning Board Chairman of over twenty-five years, was appointed acting town assessor to replace Sharon Martin, elevated to the County Assessor ’s office. Goold’s appointment had been rumored since he lost his patronage job with the state. While Supervisor Dowds said the position was posted and several candidates were interviewed, I believe it was a foregone conclusion that Goold would get the job. I personally like Mr. Goold. It’s the process by which both he and Mr. Church got their positions that I find deeply troubling. Behind closed doors, in a political game of musical chairs, the powers that be decided who they wanted to fill the Planning Board vacancy - someone who would fall into perfect lock step with the ruling majority. There was no town-wide search for the most qualified candidate to fill the seat. So it was also with the newest Town Councilman, Mike Kenney, appointed in July, 2010 to the Board at a meeting that didn’t even include his appointment on its agenda. Mr. Kenney’s qualifications for the job? He’s County Legislator Alex Shannon’s nephew - actual nepotism at work. The way these appointments are made begs the question: Is it good for the people of Schodack? Can anyone be truly independent of those who gave them their positions in this uncontested manner? The tax burden on residents speaks for itself: decisions that directly affect our lives are made behind closed doors with virtually no public discussion. Yet somehow, when the vote comes up for one spending measure after another, or the appointment of friends and relatives to town positions, Town Board members unanimously rubber-stamp each and every item on the agenda. With no one to question any expenditure, residents see their taxes go ever-higher. With zero debate, poor decisions are made. It will only stop when more of us question what is going on and hold our elected officials accountable. ~Linda Underwood, Castleton 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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Sand Lake Center for the Arts will host a staged reading of The Triangle Factory Fire Project, written by Christopher Piehler in collaboration with Scott Alan Evans and directed by Deborah Dorman, of Delmar, NY on Sat., Sept. 17th, at 8pm; and Sun., Sept. 18th, at 2:30pm. Tickets are $10, under 18/$8. In 1911, in New York City, a tragic fire in a shirt waist factory killed more than a hundred people, most of them young women, and mostly due to a locked door. Many safety reforms were a result of this event, which gives it special significance. It is also hauntingly reminiscent, at times, of the events of 9/11. Please join us to commemorate the 100th anniversary of this moment in history. For reservations, call 518-674-2007 or visit www.slcactp.org. The SLCA is located at 2880 NY 43, Averill Park, NY, only 15 min. east of Albany with plenty of parking.
A SECOND CHANCE AT LIFE Letter to the Editor: As a woman longing to become a first-time mother, I felt I had to address the concerns raised by Katherine Imbierowics in her recent Letter to the Editor. In her letter, Katherine says, if she became pregnant at a young age, she would “like to do anything to save my future, my career, and live a happy and easy life.” I would simply suggest that perhaps there are other ways to handle what is indeed a tragic and all too common problem, without necessarily resorting to an abortion. Perhaps a better way to give a young mother a chance at a good life is for the community and schools to develop programs to offer emotional and social support for the mother and baby, rather than leaving them to their own devices. Perhaps the solution is to focus more on the education of parents and young adults both in how to prevent such a tragedy from occurring and how to handle the situation if it does. But above all else, I think perhaps we have to get away from this prevalent idea that a child is a “mistake”, and nothing more than an intrusion on our own, personal lives. Prepared or not, unwanted things happen all the time; critical illnesses in ourselves or our families, economic crashes, loss of job, natural disasters, and yes, pregnancy. Few of us are lucky enough to live the lives we dream for ourselves in high school. While we should certainly strive for the best in our lives, even an unexpected baby just may prove the best, most meaningful “mistake” you ever make. But if nothing else, should you find yourself in such a situation, I hope you would also consider adoption, so a woman like myself, who would give anything to make your “mistake”, could have the chance to give your baby the life you fear you can not. That way, not only do you get a second chance at a life, your child does, too. ~Elizabeth Fowler, Sand Lake
Schodack Republicans Select Fiscally Conservative Slate for 2011 The Schodack Republican Committee has endorsed a slate of candidates who will continue with the fiscally conservative policies that produced an upgrade in the town’s bond rating and protected the town’s quality of life. Committee members endorsed Supervisor Dennis Dowds, Councilman Frank Curtis, Councilman Mike Kenney, Town Clerk Donna Conlin, Receiver of Taxes Kathy Lubbers and Town Justice Paul Peter. Under Republican leadership, Schodack recently saw an upgrade in the town’s bond rating from A1 to Aa3 by respected fiscal analysts Moody’s. The upgrade came about after an independent review of town finances and despite a prolonged recession, and puts the town in a better position to attract new business and jobs. The Schodack GOP team was supported by a strong showing on nominating petitions, with nearly 500 signatures collected on nominating petitions. Along with the Republican nomination, Dowds, Curtis, Kenney, Conlin, Lubbers and Peter also received the support of the Conservative and Independence parties. Along with endorsing the re-election of Dowds, Curtis, Kenney, Conlin, Lubbers and Peter, the town GOP also supported the nomination for re-election of Surrogate Court Judge Chris Hummel and Sheriff Jack Mahar, and the election of Joel Abelove for District Attorney. Schodack Republicans are looking to build on the successes of 2010 which saw the committee support the election of Congressman Chris Gibson and Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin, along with other Republican victories. Kenney was also elected to the Town Board in 2010 in a special election.
RENSSELAER REPUBLICAN MONTHLY CLUB MEETING City Republican Chair Lou Lourinia reviewed this summer’s approval by the City Planning Commission of the environmental quality for the hot ash/ asphalt plant being planned for the port of Rensselaer despite citizen protests before the Commission and in published newspaper reports and letters to the editor. According to Mr. Lournia, continued protest strategy is being studied by the Independent “Concerned Citizens of Rensselaer.” He urged committee members to attend and speak out at bi-monthly Planning Commission meetings (2nd and 4th Monday evenings) as well as City Council meetings (1st and 3rd Wednesday evenings) at City Hall at 6PM. “The public must attend these meetings if it wants to see open government in Rensselaer,” he said. Council workshops are also open to the public at the same time on the 1st and 3rd Mondays at City Hall. ~Bill Lithgow, Rensselaer City Republican Club Member
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E. G. KIWANIS CLUB ANNOUNCES NEW MEMBER The East Greenbush Kiwanis Club is proud to announce the membership of their newest member, Angela Cave. Angela is a staff writer and web coordinator at The Evangelist, the weekly newspaper of the Diocese of Albany. She serves as youth group’s newspaper advisor, web consultant and parish council member at St. Joan of Arc Church in Menands. A native of Long Island, Angela graduated from Syracuse Universities S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in newspaper journalism. She sought out Kiwanis because she believes in volunteerism and in helping others. If you would like to learn more about Kiwanis, go to 222.kiwanis.org or call 2831215.
Letter to the Editor: I would like to start out by saying that the contents of this letter are of my own opinion and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of all my fellow employees of the Averill park Transportation Department. It is now the first week of school and many parents have come to their bus drivers with great concern about the changes being made to the previous bus routes. I would like to state that the bus drivers have had nothing to do with reducing hours and changes to arrival and departure times. The overwhelming majority of the runs have been cut by any where from 15 minutes to 1 hour. We all know these are difficult times and belts have to be tightened by doing more with less. I can understand the parent’s frustrations with these major changes. These changes were made by administration only. It is my opinion that these changes were made to save the district money, and I believe there is room for improvement. But the drastic cuts the district has made to the majority of the runs is not an improvement, and in some cases, have created dangerous bus routes and unsafe situations for the children. The district has assured us that they will address our concerns and it is only the first week and things will get better. It is my personal belief that the runs were cut to reduce the salaries of the employees of the Transportation Department as retribution for not agreeing to the districts proposed contract. I think it is a shame that the people that make the least amount of money but have the highest responsibility for the safety of the children can be so easily targeted by the district. ~Keith Hammond, Averill Park Bus Driver 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.
AGRICULTURE COMMISSIONER COMMENDS USDA ACTION ON DUMPED MILK U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack’s decision to take action that will pay dairy farmers for milk they were forced to dump or which spoiled due to Hurricane Irene is welcome news for New York Farmers,” said New York Agriculture Commissioner Darrel J. Aubertine. “The damage from the storm made it impossible for some farmers to have their milk picked up. In other cases, power outages caused the milk to spoil. The Secretary’s decision to include this milk as part of the Federal milk marketing order pool for August and September means these farmers will not lose their income on this milk. I commend the Secretary’s action. ~Michael Moran, Press Officer - NYS Department of Ag & Markets
PRESENTATION ON EARLY U.S. POSTAL HISTORY The Historical Society of Esquatak invites the public to a presentation on Early U.S. Postal History. George McGowan will speak at The Nassau Reformed Church on September 23rd at 7PM. Refreshments will be served. The Church is located on Route 20 in The Village of Nassau.
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AVERILL PARK COMMUNITY ORCHESTRA Do you now play a musical instrument or have played one in the past? If so, you really should join our community orchestra. The group is comprised of adults and students from this area. We practice at the Algonquin Middle School on Wednesdays at 7:00 PM. We will be presenting a Christmas concert this year and also another one in the spring of 2012. Since we are an orchestra we always need more string instruments such as violin, viola, cello and bass. We can also use more percussion, as well as additional woodwind and brass players. Our first rehearsal will be on Wednesday, September 14. No audition is needed to join. Just come, and enjoy, even if it has been a long time since you played your instrument. We will have a folder ready with music for you. Should you need further information, please call Janine Budesheim at 674-5917 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to hearing from you, and hopefully, seeing you on Wednesday September 14th.
ROPE MAKING The Poestenkill Historical Society will be starting their fall schedule Tuesday, September 27th, 2011, with a program on the history of Rope Making. Ropesmiths, Dave and Mike, started making historically correct cordage in 1995, after noticing that Civil War Re-enactors were using nylon cordage in their portrayals. From the beginning of history, hemp has been the preferred fiber for rope making in Europe. The only shortcoming was that, since it came from the stalk of a plant, it was proned to rot if not treated with pine tar. Early 1900’s the production of hemp was outlawed in the U.S as a result from lobbying from oil companies who just came out with a new product — NYLON! Dave and Mike are the only suppliers of hand laid, “tarred” hemp cordage in the New World!! The public is welcome to this free program held in the Poestenkill Town Hall (RT 351) at 7:00PM on Tuesday, Sept. 27th. Refreshments will be provided by Alice Castagnier. For directions, call Pat at 518-283-5223.
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ED GILBERT SEEKS ELECTION TO EAST GREENBUSH TOWN BOARD Ed Gilbert is seeking to bring new leadership to East Greenbush, and if elected to the Town Board, will improve fiscal responsibility and resident involvement in town government. Ed is seeking election to the Town Board because of his interest in protecting taxpayers and improving town finances. Under the current administration, East Greenbush has amassed a record-high debt and because of that, the town’s bond rating was reduced to junk bond
VILLAGE of EAST NASSAU Come and see the new village offices at the Hoags Corners Ambulance Building on Town Garage Road at the New Office Open House on Sunday, September 25th, from 2PM to 4PM. Refreshments will be served. This event also will honor former trustee Linda Dellea for her 13 years on the Board of Trustees and her continuing service to the village.
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status. “Everywhere I go in East Greenbush, residents tell me they are concerned about rising taxes and the amount of debt taken on by the current administration. They are concerned about holding on to their homes and protecting their quality of life,” said Gilbert. “As your Councilman, I will be a voice for taxpayers on the Town Board and ensure that town government is open, honest and responsive to the people,” he added. Ed is seeking election, along with other members of the Hometown Leadership Team, including Keith Langley for Supervisor, Dan Fiacco for Town Council and Corine Sheldon for Receiver of Taxes. The team has been endorsed by the Republican, Conservative and Independence parties and announced an eight-point platform including: • Fiscally responsible policies that control taxes and protect taxpayers • Reduction of the town’s record-high debt • Restoration of the town’s credit rating • Compliance with the state tax cap • Independent audit of town finances • Plan to revitalize Routes 9 & 20 • More citizen involvement in town government • Honest, open and responsive government for all A manager with the New York State Higher Education Services Corporation, Ed has worked for years to help ensure student loans are available to those seeking a better life. Ed and his wife Sally are the parents of two college-age daughters, and his father and stepmother reside in town. His stepbrother, Chris Hummel, serves as Rensselaer County Surrogate Court Judge. “My family and I love East Greenbush and being active parts of our community. I want to make Town Hall work for the people, and help ensure a better future for the town we love,” said Gilbert.
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Serendipity Fair Saturday, September 17th ~ 10am-4pm Fun for the Entire Family! Kids Midway with Games, Prizes, Art & Bouncy Bounce • Crafts & Rummage Sale • Entertainment • Bake Sale & Chili Cook Off North Greenbush Police will photo ID your children for free!
470 Winter Street Extension 283-1372 POESTENKILL’S FALL MARKET DAY It’s time again for Fall Market Day at the Poestenkill Town Green. Here’s your chance to show off your baking skills by donating your special homemade recipes for others to enjoy. Donations can be dropped off during regular library hours or early on the 17th. Gather your gently used books, jewelry, scarves, purses and drop them off at the Poestenkill Library before September 15th so they can be sorted and priced. If you have jigsaw puzzles that you wish to donate, they can also be dropped off at the library, or they can be picked up by calling Marcia Hopple at 283-5353. Then gather your family and friends to participate in the super sales at the Town Green on Saturday 17th (rain date Sunday 18th) from 9 am to 1 pm. In addition to the great bargains, there will be delicious baked goods on the porch of the library. As always, hot dogs, chili, and beverages will be available for the really hungry. And don’t forget the great gift baskets and civil-war theme throw which will be raffled off. Don’t miss these 4 hours of socializing, shopping, snacking and supporting the library.
~Hurricane Relief~ MARKET DAY TO HELP FLOOD VICTIMS The Friends of the Poestenkill Library and Poestenkill Business Association are working together to assist the many homeowners in the town who were recently double-teamed by Hurricane Irene and then tropical storm Lee. Two homes in the town were totally destroyed and a dozen more were severely damaged. One immediate need is for bottled water. Donations of either gallons of water or individual servings can be dropped off at the town hall. At Market day, September 17, between 9 am and 1 p.m. at the Town Green a special raffle will be held to help the victims financially. Make a donation and then guess the number of pieces of candy in the jar. The winner takes home the jar of candy. Checks can be written to the Poestenkill Business Association with a notation “Flood Victim’s Fund.” This is a time to support our neighbors emotionally, physically, and financially in a time of need.
EMMANUEL REFORMED CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL Sunday school began Sept. 11th at Emmanuel Reformed Church for the 2011-2012 Sunday School Program. Emmanuel Reformed Church is located at 1150 Maple Hill Rd., Castleton, (next door to the Maple Hill High School Tennis Courts). Classes Pre-K through 12 begin at 8:45, as we join the congregation in worship. We are dismissed to our workshops after the children’s message. Emmanuel’ Sunday school uses a rotation style of study to meet the learning style of each child or young adult. This year’s theme is Making Worship Real. The purpose of this Study is to teach our children the meaning of worship. By the end of the Sunday School Year they will have learned many of the elements of Sunday Services. The students will have studied connected scriptures, written prayers, lead the congregation in parts of the service, and (1) come to the realization that worship is not about them, but totally focuses on God. Sunday school students will have the opportunity of develop their understanding of God as they participate in Sunday gathering activities as well as participating in the liturgy. Participants of this study will come to understand that worship continues to be the central act of Christians. For more information on our Sunday School or Sunday Services, please call at 732-7766. You may also find Emmanuel Reformed Church on the web and face book.
SENIORS GOING BACK TO BRANSON MISSOURI We are going back on October 15 - 23. This senior trip includes ALL new shows including: The Twelve Irish Tenors, The Jim Stafford show, The Osmond Brothers and the Baldknobbers Jamboree show. There is a show boat cruise aboard the Branson Belle this year. There are 8 nights of lodging, including 4 consecutive nights in Branson, 14 meals of incredible feasts, luxury transportation and trips to the Cleveland Art Museum and the Franklin Park conservatory, a glass enclosed botanical garden which features an exquisite collection of glass sculptures. This trip has unforgettable special effects and delightful music. This year the price is all inclusive $844 per person (double occupancy). A $75 deposit will hold your spot. Last year filled quickly and this year has an absolute deadline for registration. Traveling with Laura Stevans, 86 years old, is delightful as she enjoys the travel and the travelers, always smiling and the friendliest person you will ever meet. For information, call Laura Stevans at 674-0050.
BOBBY FISCHER AND THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP The East Greenbush Community Library will be hosting a talk titled, “Bobby Fischer and the History of the World Chess Championship” that will be presented by the East Greenbush Chess Club. This event will be held on September 17th from 11am until noon. It will explore the history and the politics of the championships, as well as the sometimes bizarre personalities of the champions and their contributions. Numerous personal anecdotes will be shared. Finally, the amazing story of Bobby Fischer and his tragic decline will be discussed. This presentation promises to be both entertaining and informative. For more information on the East Greenbush Chess Club, please visit their website at www.eastgreenbushchessclub.org.
DEEP STACK HOLD’EM TOUR. at AP/SL FIRE DEPT. The Averill Park/Sand Lake Fire Department will hold a Deep Stack Hold’em Tournament with Bounty on Saturday, September 24th, at 1PM; doors open at noon. $125 buy-in; limited to 100 players. ($25 donation w/ FREE Bounty Chip) Prize Pool for the last tournament: $5,000; !!!$20,000 in Chips!!! NO RE-BUYS and NO ADDONS. Doors open at noon at the Firehouse. Free Lunch and refreshments; Our Famous Firehouse Chili. Reservations preferred and walk-ins accommodated. Call Ron Berti at 674-8363 or email at email@example.com.
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IT COULD HAVE BEEN US Letter to the Editor: DEAR FELLOW Averill Park, West Sand Lake, Sand Lake and surrounding Residents: My husband and I traveled to Schoharie Village Sunday, 09/11/11, 2 weeks after the storm Irene, and those poor people are still in need of so much help. I realize so much is happening everywhere. So much need, so much cost, so much lost. But think about it. Most, if not all of us still have our homes. We still have electricity and fresh water. We could have lost so much more, BUT were spared. Schoharie Village STILL has No Power, No Water Source, some are living on generators, some lost their homes, and some homes are going to be lost to demolition. YET, they are so grateful for any bit of help that comes in. I am aware that there are other communities, BUT so much MAN POWER is still needed! Please get the word out. There is so much that is needed there...HANDS! Clean up is now. Rebuilding is yet to come. To all of you contractors who are looking for work or if work is slow -KINDLY DONATE WHAT YOU HAVE TO HELP for A DAY OR SO. Dump trucks to carry away household remains, livelihoods, building debris, Excavators, Skid-steers, small loaders even Yard hand tools with the hands to fill it. So much to do and winter will be coming soon. Just show up in the village!!!!! Go to the schoharie reformed church to sign in and they will give you directions on whom to help. If you are limited on your abilities to help, the church helps serve the workers and villagers with food, etc. Everyone can be used. Time is growing short and there is so much to do before the winter. Check out this website for additional info.http:// www.schohariereformedchurch.org/index.cfm ~Colleen Shepard, Averill Park
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NORTH GREENBUSH REPUBLICANS SEEK TO CONTINUE PROGRESS FOR TOWN The North Greenbush Republican Committee has endorsed a slate of candidates for the 2011 elections, including elected officials who restored town finances and revitalized important services while holding the line on town property taxes. Republicans also pledged continued support for elected officials who have placed town residents before politics, and avoided the controversies and negativity that have held the town back in the past Town Republicans supported current Councilman Al Spain Jr. for Town Council, Councilman Lou Desso for re-election, Stephanie Piel for Town Council, Amy Clinton for Receiver of Taxes and Town Clerk Kathryn S. Connolly for re-election. Both Spain and Desso joined with Councilmembers Joe Bott and Kelly Hoffman, who have also been endorsed by the Republican Committee, in reducing a $450,000 deficit inherited from the previous Democratic Town Board. The GOP-endorsed team plan on continuing fiscally conservative policies, and reasonable growth to expand the tax base and provide relief to taxpayers. The team will also work to provide needed services, protect quality of life and govern in a cooperative and productive manner. Along with nominating Spain, Desso, Piel, Clinton and Connolly, the town Republican Committee also supported the re-election of Sheriff Jack Mahar and Surrogate Court Judge Chris Hummel, and the election of Joel Abelove as District Attorney.
FOOD COMPACT HIATUS The Nassau Cooperative Community Food Compact will take a four week hiatus starting after the September 21st market. Ordering will resume on October 22nd and 23rd for the October 26th market. The all-volunteer staff will not be available to run the market during those weeks. We will miss our many walk-in shoppers and will look forward to seeing them again when we reopen. For over a year, Compact members have been picking up their food orders and selling extra produce to walk-in visitors on Wednesday nights at Grace United Methodist Church in Nassau. The public is welcome to stop in and shop from 4-7 pm. The Compact membership has more than tripled in size in its first year and is currently a finalist for the Locavore Grant to be awarded at the Chatham Fair. Members will be happy to explain the program and answer any questions.
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Starting September 19th thru September 30th the Town Highway Dept. will be picking up ALL debris that is left at the end of driveways. If you have any questions, please contact the Highway Dept. at 283-4144.
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GARDENING PROGRAM Master Gardener Judith Brown from the Rensselaer County Division of the Cornell Cooperative Extension will be presenting a gardening workshop at the Lansingburgh Branch of the Troy Public Library. Bulbs, Corms, and Tubers for All Seasons will be held on Saturday, September 24th at 10:30AM at the Lansingburgh Branch of the Troy Public Library. Topics covered will include; planting hardy bulbs in the fall and caring for them, planting, lifting, dividing, and storing summer bulbs and potting and forcing bulbs indoors. This program is free and open to the public. Please make reservations by calling the library at 2355310. The Troy Public Library’s Lansingburgh Branch is located at 27 114th Street, Troy.
TIES TO THE LAND: PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE OF YOUR WOODLANDS September 17th and October 22nd, 9am-12:30pm. Cornell Cooperative Extension, Agricultural Stewardship Association, Rensselaer Land Trust, and Rensselaer Plateau Alliance present a two-part Succession Planning workshop for forest landowners. Succession Planning — the human side of Estate Planning — focuses on the key challenges facing family forest owners and the communication and legal planning tools needed to maintain family ties to the land. Includes discussion and Q&A with local experts (tax attorney, accountant, etc.). For registration and workshop details, please check http://SuccessionPlanning. ning.com, or email/call Maureen Mullen: firstname.lastname@example.org, 607-254-6556.
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Best Herbal Treasures garden club meets the third Tuesday of each month. Membership is open to anyone interested in exploring the world of growing, using, and enjoying herbs and flowers. Visitors are always welcome. Our September 20 meeting will be an informative hands-on program on how to make your own potpourri. It is easy to make and is a treasure that lasts a long time. Potpourri is one way to capture the essence of your summer garden and bring it inside. Using all natural herbs and fragrances will increase the ecological value of your garden as well as being better for your health. Make creative gifts that appeal to the eye, as well as the nose, and make wonderful house warming or holiday gifts. Small bags of the potpourri will be available to take home. Plan to join Best Herbal Treasures on Tuesday, September 20, at 7 PM. Meeting location is St. Timothy’s Lutheran Church in North Greenbush. The church is located on the corner of Winter St. Extension and Bloomingrove Dr. For more info, call Michele at 674-8994.
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FREE LYME DISEASE AWARENESS EVENT Free Lyme Disease Awareness Event on Thurs., Oct. 13th, 7PM to 9PM. Being held at Trinity Lutheran Church, 4363 NY 150,West Sand Lake, next to Rite Aid. Parents, come learn about this disease, signs, symptoms, especially in children. Hosted by a local pediatrician, Dr. Kari Bovenzi, who treats many Lyme affected children. Lyme affects every system of the body, causing fatigue, learning and behavioral issues and more. Contact Heidi Buono at 674-5501 for event questions.
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WHEN LOVED ONES HAVE DEMENTIA “Validation, Fibbing & Humor, when loved ones have dementia”, telephone seminar to be held on Wednesday, September 21st, from 7pm8pm. Educational seminar held by telephone conference call; participate from home. Open to families throughout the Capital Region. Funded by Albany County Department for Aging and an investment from the United Way of the Greater Capital Region. Advance registration is required; call Senior Services of Albany’s Caregiver Connection program at 6943511.
West Sand Lake, NY • 674-5369 BOTTLES FOR BREAST CANCER Help us fill our truck! Drop off your returnables at The Rensselaer Eagles #4446, 851 Broadway in Rensselaer on Saturdays until October 8th. All proceeds go to Breast Cancer. If you can’t come to us, we will come to you. Call 436-4446.
No Insurance – No Problem; Cancer Screenings at NO CHARGE for Men 50+ and Women 40+ without Health Insurance. September & October Comprehensive Screening Events: Seton Women’s Imaging – 4pm – 6pm - Mammograms, Cervical Screenings, at home Colorectal Kits, Blood Pressure, Glucose and Cholesterol screenings October Comprehensive Screening Events: 8:30am – 2pm Northeast Health sites in East Greenbush & Troy Mammograms, Cervical Screenings and at home Colorectal Kits. Call Jennifer at 454-4013 to schedule an appointment.
Greenbush Eye Center 4 Springhurst Drive, East Greenbush, NY 12061 The Rensselaer Senior Center located at 50 East and Herrick Streets in Rensselaer will host a Health Fair on October 4th from 10-12. We will have information available on; Homecare, Insurance, Daybreak programs, Nutrition, Senior Center Programs and so much more…. This is a free event, no registration required. If you are interested in being a vendor at this event, or need more information, please call the Rensselaer Senior Center at 463-2166. Join us for a delicious and nutritious noon- time meal immediately following the health fair; suggested contribution $2.50.
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TROY PUBLIC LIBRARY PRESENTS “Living Well with Hearing Loss” The Troy Public Library is pleased to announce the program “Living Well with Hearing Loss,” presented by the Hearing Loss Association of America, Albany Chapter, at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, October 18th, at the Main Library. Join us for an informative presentation including discussion about coping strategies, communication techniques, social issues and assistive devices. The program is free and open to the public, but please call the library at 274-7071 to register. The library is located at 100 2nd Street, Troy, NY.
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Eddy Alzheimerâ€™s Services, a service of The Eddy not-for-profit network of senior services, will offer the â€œSavvy Caregiver Program,â€? a six-week educational training course designed to help individuals caring for a loved one with Alzheimerâ€™s disease or other memory loss, Wednesdays, beginning Sept. 7 - Oct. 12, 6 - 8 p.m., at Eddy Alzheimerâ€™s Services at Marjorie Doyle Rockwell Center, 421 W. Columbia St., Cohoes, NY. The program helps prepare non-professional caregivers who, by crisis or situation, are providing care for a family member or loved one with memory loss. The program will explore strategies and support for becoming a savvy caregiver, exploring dementia, caregiver self-care, managing behaviors, and resources available in the community. The program is open to the public, free of charge. Class size is limited. Early registration is required. For more information, please contact Eddy Alzheimerâ€™s Services, (518) 238-4164. â€œContributions are accepted but not required for eligible Albany County seniors or their caregivers as this program is supported, in part, by the Albany County Department for Aging, New York State Office for the Aging and the U.S. Administration on Aging.â€?
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Chandler Young VFW on RT 20 and Lyons Lake Road in Nassau will hold a Pig Roast, Chinese Auction and ZumbaQ on Saturday, September 24th from 12noon to 3PM. Cost is $30 for the day and includes: Hamburgers, Hot Dogs and Clams - Dinner at 5PM - Pig Roast, Salads, Baked Potatoes, Clams, Desserts and Beverages. 50/ 50, Music, Volleyball, Horseshoes, Mini Zumba Dance and much, much more! For more information or tickets, call Claudia at 4235957 or Charlotte 766-3970.
MEATLOAF DINNER On Sunday, September 18th, St. David’s Episcopal Church will be serving a Meatloaf Dinner between noon and 1:30PM. Included will be Split Pea Soup, Mashed Potatoes, Vegetable and Dessert. We also prepare for the gluten intolerant. St. David’s is located at 2647 Brookview Dr., Castleton. For reservations, please call Gail at 766-4029.
W.S.L. FIRE CO. MONTHLY BREAKFAST IS BACK The West Sand Lake Fire Co. #1 Ladies Aux is again starting their monthly breakfast on September 18th. Cost is $7 for Adults and $4 for Kids 5 to 12. Menu includes: Eggs, homefries, sausage, bacon, pancakes, French toast, coffee and juice. Breakfast is held the 3rd Sunday of every month.
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Sgt. Walter A. Adams American legion Post 1021 will be holding a Chicken BBq on the third Saturday of each month: September 17th and October 15th. Please reserve your chicken by calling 674-2309 by 1PM. The cost remains at $5. Chickens will available for pick-up from 11AM until 4:30PM.
ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT PANCAKE BREAKFAST The next St. Jude’s Knights AllYo u - C a n - E a t Pancake Breakfast will be on September 18th in Dammann Hall at 24 Dana Ave. in Wynantskill. All the Pancakes, Sausage, Bacon, eggs, hash browns, fruit, and bagels that you can eat! All served with hot coffee and a smile by our Knights! Breakfast is served 8am to 11am. We will have a box available to collect items for local vets who get service at the Albany VA hospital. See bulletin insert for details. Items that are needed for vets include coffee, disposable razors, denture cups, juice drink boxes, PB or cheese snack packs, creamora, suspenders, Walmart or supermarket gift cards.
TURKEY SUPPER Zion’s United Church of Christ, 741 Taborton Road, Sand Lake, NY will be serving a Roast Turkey Dinner on Saturday, September 24th, 2011, in the church hall. Servings will be at 4:30, 5:30 & 6:30. Come and enjoy a “Family Style” all you care to eat turkey with gravy, mashed potatoes, dressing, green beans, corn, cranberry sauce, cole slaw, rolls and butter and a dessert; there will be a choice of lemonade, iced tea, milk or coffee for beverage. The cost is $12 for adults, $5 for children (ages 512) and under 5 yrs free. For reservations, call Barbara Boughton at cell phone 956-0096 or email Barbboughton@nycap.rr.com or Diane Hoffman at 6742746. If no answer, please leave your name & number on answering machine and you’ll be called back. All reservations need to be confirmed if left on answering machine.
INTERNATIONAL FOOD FESTIVAL AND CRAFT FAIR St. Jude the Apostle Church is holding their 6th Annual Fall Family International Food Festival and Craft Fair on Saturday, September 24, 2011, from 11:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. at 43 Brookside Avenue, Wynantskill, New York (phone number – 518283-1162). Come sample food from around the world; Super Raffle (for a chance to win $10,000); a Chinese auction; children’s games and activities; a craft fair; and live entertainment.
FISH FRY, CHICKEN WINGS AND MORE The Stephentown Valley Rod and Gun Club on RT 43 in West Stephentown will hold Fish Fry & More on the 2nd and 4th Fridays of the month and Chicken Wings & More on the 3rd Friday of the month; from 5:30 to 8PM. Call 766-5350 for “TO-GO” orders.
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Troy Lodge Of Elks #141 • 134 No. Greenbush Rd Troy • 283-1193 MORE EATERIES ENTER “WINGS WAR” TO BENEFIT LITERACY PROGRAMS Bomba’s Pizza, Waterford, Valenti’s Pub, Troy and Carol’s Place, Troy, have joined the battle to determine the area’s favorite chicken wings. Vote for your favorite on Saturday, September 17th, from 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. when Literacy Volunteers of Rensselaer County presents a feast of wings at the American Legion Banquet Hall, 200 Columbia Turnpike (Rt. 20), Rensselaer. Admission is $15, and all proceeds will benefit literacy programs and services for adults and children in greater Rensselaer County. Other vendors for the event include Uncle Marty’s Adirondack Grill, Averill Park; Java Beanery, West Sand Lane; The Terminal, Wynantskill; Goomba’s Wood Fired Pizza, Schodack; and Moscatiello’s, Troy. Sponsored by CAP COM Federal Credit Union and Aflac Incorporated. There will be music by Kylie & The Sympathetic Strangers, door prizes, and fun for all. Literacy Volunteers of Rensselaer County recruits and trains volunteers to provide individual and small group tutoring. We are an affiliate of Literacy New York and accredited by ProLiteracy America. Contact Literacy Volunteers at 274-8526 or visit www.lvorc.org for more information.
SCHODACK VALLEY PIZZA NIGHT IS BACK! Schodack Valley Pizza Night is back on September 17th. We are looking forward to seeing you all. Bring the family for Pizza, Antipasto, Wings and more from 5 to 9PM. Additional seating will be available. Our featured Pizza’s this month will be: Chicken Parm & Bacon Tomato. As always, you can eat-in or take-out. For takeout, call us at 477-4215.
SENIORS 35th ANNIVERSARY DINNER DANCE The Edward C. Swartz Southern Tier Seniors 35th Anniversary Dinner Dance will be held Sunday, September 18, 2011, from 1 pm to 5 pm at the Senior Center. We will enjoy a Roast Turkey Dinner with Potato, Dressing, Salad and Dessert prepared by Jimmy Casey’s Restaurant. Music for the afternoon will be provided by Joe Cybulski. Along with our celebration, we will crown our newly elected “Senior of the Year” Betty Cerrone. Betty is a long-time resident in our community and has been a gracious volunteer at our senior center for a few years. Betty greets our seniors and guests at the reception desk, along with sewing heart pillows for the heart unit at Albany Medical Center and crocheting lap rugs for the Veterans Hospital. Everyone enjoys her delicious chocolate cakes she makes for all. Her Kindness and volunteering to help others has earned her the title of “Senior of the Year” for 2011. Please join us for a delicious meal, music and celebration. For more information, call 4776581.
SOS (SUPPER ON SUNDAY) First United Methodist Church, Gilligan Road, E. Greenbush will hold a SOS (Supper on Sunday) on September 18th, from 5:00-7:00PM in the Fellowship Hall. Bring the kids! Bring the Grandparents! Bring your relatives and friends! Enjoy an evening of Family Fun, playing games, conversation and food. Do not forget about the supper - pot luck at 6:00 please bring something to share. Each month the SOS will have special programs of interest to adults and children. Call 477-9693 if you have any questions or ideas for these intergenerational get togethers.
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BRUNSWICK ELKS CHICKEN PARM DINNER The Ladies Auxiliary of the Brunswick Elks will hold a Chicken Parm Dinner on Friday, September 16, from 5 - 7:30 PM. Proceeds from this event will support our Holiday Charity Drive. Dinner is $12 for Adults, $6 for children 5 yrs. to 7 yrs. and under 4 are free. Meal includes: salad, bread, chicken parm w/ spaghetti, beverage and dessert. The lodge is located at 665 Brunswick Road (RT 2), Troy.
Burden Lake Country Club 2012 Membership Drive Rates are out for the 2012 Season. The best discounts are if you join anytime from now until October 15th. New Members get to play the rest of 2011 free!
Burden Lake Open House Saturday, October 15, 2011 Free Appetizers & Drink Specials. Membership Raffle with 50 Prizes ($4000)
12 noon till 4 pm As a Member of Burden Lake Country Club: 1. Tee times are available 7 days in advance. 2. We offer Member Leagues and Tournaments. 3. Discounts on Merchandise in the Pro Shop 4. Restaurant savings in each newsletter. 5. No hidden expenses, no extra fees.
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1st Annual Townwide Garage Sale, in Sand Lake is being held on Sept 17 & 18, at 8AM. Area Map provided in town, Vendors and Crafts at Sand Lake School Flea Market. Charity Auction, Sunday the 18th, 2:30pm. Proceeds benefit Sand Lake Charities. Free admission, Info: www.sandlakegaragesale.com Call 674-4080.
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COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE Third Presbyterian Church (115 Winter Street, Troy) will be hosting a Community Garage Sale on September 17th from 9AM - 2PM. As you do your fall cleaning, begin saving the treasures you no longer need and plan on joining us on the 17th. There is no cost to participate. Just bring a table and your treasures to sell. Food and beverages will also be available throughout the day. There will not be a charge for the food, but donations will be accepted and will go to the Missing Link Street Ministry’s outreach to children in North-Central Troy. To reserve a space, or for more information, please call the church office at 283-2420.
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athlete of the week Heather Vale Scholar Athlete by Megan Keeler
B.L.C.C. HUTCHINS’ GOLF LEAGUE After twenty-one weeks of play in the Alan Hutchins’ Memorial Golf league at Burden Lake C. C., Dan Irelands’ team becomes the league regular season champions. Team members are: Tom Connor, Jason Cooper, Geoff Horine, Jack Huerter, Jay Zalucky, Rob Zalucky, Bob Carl, Mike Pendergast, Sr., Ron Quattrini, Paul Devane and Frank Fleming. The final standings are as follows: Team, Captain, Points: 1 - Dan Ireland 295.5; 6 - John Buono 287.5; 8 - Tom Choquette 279.5; 7 - Tom Murphy 252.5; 5 - Chuck Bennison 244.5; 4 - John Cooney 239.5; 2 - Brian Hampson 229; 3 Dave DeGenero 229. Low scores by flights: 1 - Dan Ireland 36; 2 - Jack Rodzwell 38; 3 - Jason Cooper 36; 4 - Bob Pecker 40; 5 - Mike Bottillo 42; 6 - Ray Schmitz 40; 7 - Steve Engel 40; 8 - Bill Kirtsos 43; 9 - Mike Ciccarelli 43; 10 - Geoff Gamache 47; 11 - Dick Mahlstedt 47; 12 - Larry Herzog 51. Other low scores: 37 - John Buono & Ron Choquette; 38 - Scott Delisle & Dave Halloran; 39 - Steve Quillinan; 40 - John Keeler, Ross Edwards & Rich Simon; 41 - Tom Murphy, Archie Robinson, Russ Singleton, Chuck Bennison & Brian Hampson; 42 - Steve Whitbeck, Dave DeGenero, Mike Bottillo, Tom Connor, Tom Choquette & Mark Quinn; 43 - Cutter Warner, Phil Laya, Jay Zalucky, Mark Lyones, Rob Zalucky, Carl Morrison, Mark Miller and Mike Pendergast, Jr.; 44 - John Cooney, Jim Moloney, Hal Smith, Steve Langan, Jack Rogers & Jess Carey; 45 - Joe Bradley, Sal Mamone, Geoff Horine & Jack Huerter; 46 - Carl Ricci, Nick Valenze, Bill Madsen & Bob Carl. Playoff Schedule: Team 4 (Cooney) vs. Team 6 (Buono) and Team 1 (Ireland) vs. Team 8 (T. Choquette) on the Front 9. Team 7 (Murphy) vs Team 2 (Hampson) and Team 5 (Bennison) vs Team 3 (DeGenero) on the Back 9.
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The School year is just beginning, but many of our fall athletes here at Averill Park High have been working hard for a little less than a month to get ready for their 2011 fall seasons. One athlete in particular is a senior with a 91 GPA and a love for the game of soccer, that senior is Heather Vale. Heather is our very first scholar athlete of this school year, but she won’t be our last. Heather is the Girl’s Varsity Soccer Goalie; she has been playing soccer since 3rd grade and loves the rush of the game. Being named a scholar athlete is seen as an honor to Vale, because she feels that it is nice to be recognized on the field as well as in the classroom for all her hard work and dedication. This year she is taking Advanced Placement Biology, Senior Art Portfolio, Psychology, Participation in Government, Economics, Chic Lit, Military History, and Heath. “Advanced Placement Biology,” says Vale, “is going to be my biggest challenge this year. Senior Portfolio is my favorite course so far, because I find it interesting and relieving with such a busy schedule. I use that time during the day to relax and enjoy my friends company while doing something that I really like.” In addition to playing soccer, Heather played Lacrosse and participated in Indoor Track. This season will be Vale’s third season on the varsity soccer team, and she is a two year starter in the goal. In her spare time, Heather works at a retirement community and spends time with her friends. She finds working at the retirement community rewarding. “I would love to continue playing soccer in college whether for the school or on an intramural or club team,” Vale told me when interviewed. Her love for the game is fuelled by the rush of the game and her love for her teammates and playing with them. Vale is interested in several different majors for her college career. She is interested in Marine Biology, Physical Therapy or owning her own business; but for now, her major is undeclared. She is looking to attend Syracuse University, the College of St. Rose, or a couple other SUNY schools. Heather would like to thank her father for her success on the field and in the classroom because he goes to all of her games and encourages her to do her best at everything she does. Even though Heather is a goal keeper, she is definitely an athlete to watch; you never know when she will just dive into the air and snag a ball to prevent the other team from scoring a goal. Heather is a very dedicated athlete who has put in countless hours and seasons of work into improving her skills on the field. Best of luck to you Heather in the rest of your season, and we hope to hear great things about you in the future!
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“AP Junior Taylor Hotaling breaks free for a huge gain against Green Tech High last Friday night.” The game played at Union College saw AP go on to win this game 39-14!
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Spare Time Senior Bowlers is accepting new members. It is a fun, non-competitive league for men and women, aged 55 and older. Beginners and snowbirds are welcome. The league meets at the Spare Time lanes in East Greenbush, on Wednesdays at noon, starting September 7th. For information, call 674-0013.
ZUMBA FITNESS PROGRAM The Troy Public Library’s Lansingburgh Branch in conjunction with the Troy YMCA, will offer Zumba Fitness classes on Mondays, September 19th – October 24th at 6PM. Come for one hour of fun, aerobic dancing. Burn calories and sculpt your body to exciting international rhythms. This class will be taught by a certified Zumba instructor. This program is free and open to the public. You may register for one class or all six. Please make reservations by calling the library at 235-5310. The Troy Public Library’s Lansingburgh Branch is located at 27 114th Street, Troy.
BLCC WOMEN’S FINAL WEDNESDAY RESULTS August 31, 2011 - Final Team standings through 19 weeks of play are: Team Morrison is in first place with 127.5 points; team members include: Kathy Bottillo, Angela Lisi, Heather Morrison (Captain), Joan Pettrone, Jayne Piche and Betty Ann Whitbeck. Team Surpitski is in second place with 105 points; team members include Laurie Furlong, Donna Heskett, Cindi Keeler, Arlene Lashway, Cathie Olf and Margaret Surpitski (Captain). Team Delong is in third place with 104 points; team members include Annie Choquette, Elaine Cronin, Leona Delong (Captain), Barb Hansen, Betty Heller and Carol Mullen. Team Squazzo is in fourth place with 96.5 points; team members include Val Chakedis, Elizabeth Cushing, Nicole Dutch, Katie George, Jean Prockup and Peg Squazzo (Captain). Team Burke is in fifth place with 89 points; team members include Carol Burke (Captain), Angie Fleming, Kelly Hammond, Darcy Houser, Chrissy Keeler and Mary Ellen Trumbull. Team DiIorio is in sixth place with 88 points; team members include Lisa Bissaillon, Debbie Bryce, Jen DiIorio (Captain), Carol Fasoldt, Barb O’Donnell and Jari Whitehead Highlights from Week 19 - Closest to the Pin on Hole 3: Donna Heskett 23’ 2", Betty Cushing 36’ 10" and Carol Fasoldt 23’7". Low Net Scores on the Front 9: Annie Choquette 32, Heather Morrison 33 and Joan Pettrone 34. Congratulations to Team Morrison!!
BURDEN LAKE LADIES IRENE BIELAWA MEMORIAL GOLF OUTING The following is a list of the results from the Burden Lake Ladies Irene Bielawa Memorial golf outing held on Saturday, September 10, 2011. 1st Low Gross: 70 - Jen DiIorio, Nancy Koskowski, Linda Hastings and Linda Matlock; 2nd Low Gross: 72 - Betty Cushing, Peg Squazzo, Patty McArdle and Mary Beth Steinberg; 3rd Low Gross: 73 - Heather Morrison, Deb Jewell, Chris Roder and Katie Baldwin; 4th Low Gross: 77 - Joanne Lantiegne, Deb McMahon, Cathie Olf and Sandy Morley; 5th Low Gross: 78 Theresa Jones, Joanne Guynup, Katie Dermott and Chris Cooney. 1st Low Putts: 19 - Deb Bryce, Mary Smith, Arlene Lashway; 2nd Low Putts: 21 - Barb Hansen, Laurie Furlong, Carol Ciccarelli and Ronnie Ciccarelli; 3rd Low Putts: 23 - Shelly Levings, Mary Ellen Trumbull, Andrea Dockrell and Angie Fleming; 4th Low Putts: 24 - Margie Biggins, Jayne Piche, Shelly Reid and Val Chakedis; 5th Low Putts: 26 - Betty Heller, Chris Kronau, Chris Helwig and Mary Beth Casey. A total of 10 teams played in the tournament where 39 women participated in the league’s final outing of the year. Ladies, we’re all WINNERS! See you next spring!
AVERILL PARK YOUTH BASKETBALL TRAVEL TEAM TRYOUTS Averill Park Youth Basketball travel team tryouts are scheduled. Tryouts are for 5th - 8th grade boys and girls trying out for the APYB Capital District and CYO teams. All tryouts will be in the Averill Park school gyms. Informational meeting and sign-ups for the 3rd and 4th grade boys and girls travel teams is scheduled for October 5th in the AMS Auditorium. Averill Park Youth Basketball Travel Team Tryout Schedule:
Please direct any questions on travel teams to Eric McCart at 330-5488 or Rachel Bornn at 3122325. Visit apyouthbasketball.org for updated information and registration forms.
CAPITAL DISTRICT YMCA BOWLING TO BENEFIT KIDS EVENT IN E. GREENBUSH
PAPSCANEE ISLAND NATURE PRESERVE IN HUDSON VALLEY RIVER RAMBLE
The Greenbush Area branch of the Capital District YMCA is teaming up with the Spare Time Family Fun Center of East Greenbush for a fun night of family bowling. Set for Friday, September 16, 2011, from 6-8p.m., this event take places at the Spare Time bowling center, located at 570 Columbia Turnpike in East Greenbush. All proceeds benefit the Greenbush YMCA’s Reach Out For Youth scholarship program. This program provides access to Y services and programs, from after-school care to swimming lessons, to families and individuals who might not otherwise be able to afford these services. The cost for this event is $15 per person and includes two hours of bowling, shoes, pizza, and a beverage. You may register for this program at the Greenbush Area YMCA located at 20 Community Way in East Greenbush, or online at: www.cdymca.org. For more information, please call Christian Rieseberg at 518.477.2570.
The Papscanee Island Nature Preserve will again be among the areas in and around the Hudson River that will be included in the Hudson River Valley Ramble. The Ramble will be held on Saturday, September 17, at 9:30 a.m. at nature preserves, historic sites and recreational areas along the Hudson River in several counties. The 2010 Ramble marks the twelth year the event is being held at the Preserve. In recognition of the Ramble, there will be a special guided one-hour walk through the Papscanee Island Nature Preserve. Members of the public are invited to attend the walk through the Preserve, which is free of charge. “The Papscanee Island Nature Preserve is one of the most beautiful areas along the Hudson River and we are excited about showing off the Preserve during the Ramble,” said Legislator Alex Shannon, chairman of the Legislature’s Environmental Committee. The Preserve is located on Staats Island Road, just off State Route 9J. Take a right onto Staats Island Road and proceed over the railroad tracks to the parking area at the entrance of the Preserve. Pre-registration is appreciated, but not required, and can be done by calling the Environmental Management Council at 2702888. Please call 270-2888 for more information.
AUTISM SOCIETY WILL SPONSOR 8th ANNUAL AUTISM WALK & 5K RUN
EGGSL BOARD OF DIRECTOR OPENINGS Nominations for OFFICERS of the LEAGUE and for Members of the BOARD OF DIRECTORS should be made in writing or e-mail to the NOMINATING COMMITTEE of the EGGSL prior to September 24, 2011. Please submit your nomination in writing to EGGSL, P.O. Box 52, East Greenbush, NY 12061 or an email may be sent toNominations@egsoftball.org. You can find a list of positions by going to the www.egsoftball.org website. Please provide name, address, phone, e-mail and the position you are interested in. The Annual Election Meeting will be held on October 15, 2011 at 7:00 in the EGGSL clubhouse. You will need to be present at that time.
GUN HUNTER ED. TRAINING Gun Hunter Education course held at Bailey Mt. Fish & Game Club, Inc, 531 Synders Lake Road in Wynantskill on Friday, September 30th, from 7 to 11PM; and on Sunday, October 2nd, from 7:30AM to 4:30PM. Pre-registration is required! Pre-registration will be held at the BMFGC every Wednesday from 7 to 8:30PM starting on Wed., August 17th, until the class is full. Class size is limited and based on first-come, first-served basis. Pre-register early to be sure of a class slot. (518) 286-9620.
EAST GREENBUSH FIRE COMPANY 17th ANNUAL GOLF SCRAMBLE Each year for the last 16 years the East Greenbush Fire Company has looked forward to sponsoring our very enjoyable golf outing. This year, our 17th year, will be no exception with a great day planned. The date of the event is Sunday, September 25th, at the Winding Brook Country Club for golf with Checkin beginning at 9AM and tee off at 10PM, lunch will be served at the turn. After a great day of golf at 6PM at the East Greenbush Fire Co. Pavilion, located at 68 Phillips Road in East Greenbush, we will be conducting our annual steak bake for all golfers and open to guests. The cost for Golf and Bake is $85 per person; Bake only is $35 per person. WE hope you can join us for a great day once again! As in the past, the event has filled FAST, and is reserved for the first 128 golfers. Unfortunately, last year we turned away over 60 golfers, please get your applications in ASAP. There is no limit for those who wish to attend the Steak Bake only. Also, anyone who would like to sponsor a hole, we still have open holes. Those who wish to attend or have questions should contact Tim Boel at 858-2332 or Mike Benson at 477-7496; also you can contact us at: email@example.com.
The Autism Society of the Greater Capital Region (ASGCR) will sponsor its Eighth Annual Walk & 5K Run on Saturday, September 17, 2011, at Central Park in Schenectady, rain or shine. Registration begins at 7 & 9 am, for the run and walk, respectively. The day will be filled with fun events, vendors, and information tables. All are welcome to come out and show support for the Autism Community. Additional information is available on-line at www.albanyautism.org or by calling the office at (518) 355-2191.
RENEGADES TRAVEL SPRING YOUTH BASEBALL TRYOUTS On October 1st and 8th, Spring Youth Baseball will be holding tryouts for our 2012 Renegades Travel Season. This includes all age groups from 8-12 year old teams. All players must tryout. Players will be evaluated by independent coaches. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions or concerns. The Schedule for tryouts is as follows (this is for both days): 8 Year Old Team: 2PM to 4PM 9 Year Old Team: 2PM to 4PM 10 Year Old Team: 4PM to 6PM 11 Year Old Team: 4PM to 6PM 12 Year Old Team: 6PM to 8PM
TAI CHI FITNESS PROGRAM The Troy Public Library will offer a Tai Chi Fitness Program on Mondays, September 19th – October 24th at 1:15PM at the Lansingburgh Branch. Join us each week for a series of flowing exercises that allows muscles, ligaments and joints to stretch and be utilized in a gentle manner. Tai Chi can improve balance, reduce stress and even improve one’s immunity.This class will be taught by Suzanne Vining, a certified Tai Chi instructor. This program is free and open to the public. Please make reservations by calling the library at 235-5310. The Troy Public Library is located at 27 114th Street, Troy, New York.
SACRED HEART OF CASTLETON CYO BASKETBALL REGISTRATION Sacred Heart of Castleton CYO Basketball is now accepting registrations for Basketball and Cheerleading ONLINE! You can log into our web site at :http://www.sacredheart cyobasketball.org/ and go to the Sports sign up link. You must create an account, and you can then register and pay for your child’s registration fees. You can also purchase season passes to all home games on this site. We only accept credit cards for online registration fees - No checks will be accepted. Online registrations will only be accepted until September 30, so don’t wait until the last minute. We will also hold a one time in person registration at the Maple Hill Middle School in the hallway on Wednesday, September 21st, from 3:30 PM to 6 PM. This is for people who do not have access to the internet, or who wish to pay with cash or check. Forms will be available at the site. This will be the only in person registration session. If your child is not registered by Sept 30, he or she will be put on a waiting list, and may not be guaranteed a spot on a team, so make sure you register early. Any questions can be directed to Seth Hendrick at 732-2943.
HI-WAY REC LOOKING FOR BOWLERS Hi-Way Recreation Classic; the Every Other Saturday Bowling League is looking for new teams or individual bowlers for the 2011-12 bowling season. This fun league starts Saturday, September 17th, and bowls every other Saturday at 9PM. Teams consist of four players and we bowl 3 games. We are a fun league with a Christmas Party and an end of season party. Team or individual averages are of no consequence. For more information, please call 528-0630.
3rd ANNUAL CONROY CLASSIC GOLF TOURNAMENT Join us for the 3rd Annual Conroy Classic Golf Tournament on Sunday, September 25, 2011 - 12:30 pm Shotgun Start at Frear Park Golf Course in Troy. Four Person Scramble - Lunch, Pig Roast Dinner, Prizes, Raffles and more. For further information, contact Jim Roarke at: email@example.com, 7857555 ext 12 or visit Frear Park Conservancy website: www.frearparkconservancy.org. Hosted by the Frear Park Conservancy, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving Frear Park and preserving its historical integrity, to revive and maintain the park’s history, beauty and recreational value.
RENSS. POP WARNER FOOTBALL GOLF OUTING FUNDRAISER On Monday, October 10, 2011 (Columbus Day Holiday), Rensselaer Pop Warner Football will hold its 23rd Annual Golf Outing Fundraiser. This is the major fundraiser for Rensselaer Pop Warner Football! The outing will be held at the Sycamore Country Club, located on Route 143, Ravena, NY. We will start the day at 8:00 AM with registration, Breakfast, and driving range warm ups. A “shotgun” start will commence at 9:00 AM, and the format will be a four person Scramble. There will be 2 long drive prizes and 2 closest to the pin prizes. There will be raffles for other prizes throughout the day, including “A very special Grand Prize.” After Golf; we will be treated to a Seafood Linguine AND Prime Rib dinner with all the trimmings. The total price for this great package is only $90!!!!!!!! If you would like to sign up, or would like some more information, please contact Seth Hendrick at 732-2943, or E-mail Seth at firstname.lastname@example.org or Bryan Leahey at 434-6160 or Email at Bryan.Leahey@yahoo.com. We are also selling Tee box advertising and Corporate Sponsors for the fundraiser and are accepting any gift as a prize for the raffles. Please support the Rensselaer Pop Warner Football program by playing golf, or by a donation. The Rensselaer Pop Warner Football Program is also celebrating 38 years of service to the City of Rensselaer’s Youth. We would like to thank you all for your continued support for the last 38 years and hopefully for 30 more! ~Seth Hendrick, Golf Chairperson
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RENSSELAER PUBLIC LIBRARY EVENTS
NEW YORK STUDENTS GAIN RIGHT TO KNOW FOR DISSECTION CHOICE POLICY
• Frugal Living with Trudy Thursday, September 22 at 6:30 PM at the Rensselaer Public Library. Learn tips and tricks for stretching a dollar with Trudy Ellis. Please sign up for this free program for adults and teens. • Music of India - Saturday, September 24, at 1 PM. Come to this free family music concert at the Rensselaer Public Library. Veena Chandra will perform classical Indian music on the sitar and tabla. Please call to sign up. The Library is located across from the Amtrak parking lot on East Street in Rensselaer. For more information, log on to www.rensselaerlibrary.org or call 462-1193.
The Humane Society of the United States and the Humane Society of New York call on schools to abide by new provision in state’s humane education law This school year, middle- and high-school students throughout New York will be reminded of their legal right to choose when it comes to animal dissection. An amendment to the Education law, signed in August 2010 by former Gov. Paterson and which takes effect this year, requires schools to notify students and parents of the right of students to abstain from animal dissection and to abstain from witnessing the dissection of animals without being penalized. The legislation, A.3467-B, was proposed by the Humane Society of New York and was introduced by Assemblymember Linda Rosenthal, D/WF-Manhattan, and Senator Suzi Oppenheimer, D/WFMamaroneck. It charges the board of education or trustees of a school district to develop a policy to give reasonable notice to students and parents about their right to opt out of animal dissection as students with moral or religious objections may do under the existing law. “Over the years, we have been contacted by many students who expressed moral objections to dissection but who were not informed by their teachers of their right to do an alternate project,” said Elinor Molbegott, legal counsel/animal issues, Humane Society of New York. “The new notice requirement should not only help to effectuate the dissection opt-out provision in the humane education law, but should also encourage a dialogue about respect, kindness, and compassion.” The Humane Society of the United States urged passage of the bill in August 2010 on behalf of its more than 800,000 New York supporters. “Adopting this measure has brought New York into line with best practice,” said Patrick Kwan, New York state director for The HSUS. “The mandate greatly improves the existing law which many students and parents do not know about and makes life-science education more fair and democratic.” Students and teachers interested in accessing alternatives to dissection may find resources through the HSUS’ Humane Education Loan Program at: www.humanesociety.org/help.
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The East Greenbush Kiwanis is holding a membership information night on Wed., Sept. 28th, from 6:30 8:30PM. Do you care about your community, want to impact the lives of children, looking for volunteer opportunities? Then come to learn about the group that wants to “change the world, one child, one community at a time.” Join us for “Just the Facts & Dessert” in the community room of Spare Time Bowling Center, 570 Columbia Turnpike, East Greenbush. Can’t make it, but still curious? Contact Lynne at 479-2665 or 479-3959.
DEC ANNOUNCES NEW YORK’S FORESTS PHOTO CONTEST
OLD CHATHAM UNION CEMETERY MEETING
In recognition of the importance of forests to the health and well being of society, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) announced a contest to Celebrate New York’s Forests. The contest is designed to increase awareness of and appreciation for all types of forests, urban and rural, large and small, public and privately owned, across the state. “The value of our forests cannot be underestimated,” said Commissioner Joe Martens. “In addition to providing clean air, clean water and places for wildlife to live, thousands of people are employed in the forest products, outdoor recreation and tourism industries, thanks to New York’s wealth of forest.” Submitted photos should capture all aspects of forests and trees in five different categories: • Nature (wildlife, plants, natural landscapes, etc.) • Enjoying the forest (hunting, fishing, trails, camping, hiking, etc.) • Trees where we live (parks, streets, yards, etc.) • Forest products (maple syrup, lumber, baseball bats, furniture, etc.) • State-owned Forests (State Forests, Forest Preserve lands, forested Wildlife Management Areas, Campgrounds) Contest details, rules and necessary forms can be found on DEC’s website at: www.dec.ny.gov/lands/75396.html. Photos must be taken in New York State. Photos will be accepted through November 1, 2011. A maximum of three photos may be submitted by a photographer, each with a submission form found on the DEC website, via e-mail or on a CD via regular mail. DEC has non-exclusive rights to use submitted photos on DEC’s website, in the Conservationist magazine, in brochures and in other publications promoting forests and DEC. The photographer will retain ownership of the photo. The winner in each category will receive a framed print of their photo. Winning photos will be distributed to the media when the winners are announced on or about December 1, 2011.
The annual meeting of the Old Chatham Union Cemetery Corporation will be held on Saturday, September 17, at 2pm in the Vedder Hall of the Malden Bridge Community Center, located at 1087 Albany Turnpike, in Malden Bridge. All lot owners, or their designated representatives, of the cemetery located on Shaker Museum Road are encouraged to attend. Agenda for the meeting will include a report of the Treasurer, general upkeep of the cemetery, election of officers and directors as well as any other business that may come before the Corporation. The input of all lot owners will help make this truly your community cemetery and is much needed in the decision making process. If you have any questions, feel free to contact President Elizabeth M. Hurley at 518-766-3815.
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NEW YORK ARMY NATIONAL GUARD PROMOTIONS Major General Patrick A. Murphy, The Adjutant General for the State of New York, announces the promotion of members of the New York Army National Guard in recognition of their capabilities for additional responsibility and leadership. Andrew Vroman from Troy, N.Y. and serving with the 1427th Transportation Company is promoted to the rank of Private 2nd Class. Robert Harris from Troy, N.Y. and serving with the C Company (Signal) Brigade Special Troops Battalion 27th Infantry Brigade (Brigade Combat Team) is promoted to the rank of Specialist. Francisco Vazquez from Troy, N.Y. and serving with the Joint Force Headquarters is promoted to the rank of Sergeant First Class. Wendy Wolfmariani from East Greenbush, N.Y. and serving with the Joint Force Headquarters is promoted to the rank of Master Sergeant. Army National Guard promotions are based on overall performance, attitude, leadership ability, and development potential. These promotions additionally recognize the best qualified Soldiers and attract and retain the highest caliber Citizen Soldiers for a career in the New York Army National Guard. For more information about the New York Army National Guard, visit www.dmna.state.ny.us or www.1800goguard.com.
LAST CALL FOR VENDORS TO PARTICIPATE IN GIFT FAIR The Albany Institute has issued a last call for local crafts vendors interested in participating in the 2011 Gift Fair & Family Festival taking place November 25, 26, 27. Those wishing to partake in the event should submit an application (available at www.albanyinstitute.org/2011gfff.htm) by September 15, 2011. The three-day Gift Fair coincides with the museum’s annual Free Thanksgiving Weekend, which offers visitors free admission to the museum throughout the day, supported by M&T Bank. This year’s Family Festival will include a LEGO® building competition and LEGO® building demonstrations throughout the day. For more information, please contact Elizabeth Bechand, Museum Shop Manager, by phone at (518) 463-4478, ext. 455 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
FREE TRAINING FOR BEGIN. FACILITATORS Partners in Public Conversation, Inc., seeks volunteers to lead small group discussions as part of large public conversations. Free training is offered to adults and teens who bring a parent, and does not require previous experience. A beginning session will be held Sunday, September 18, from 2:30 to 4:30 pm at the Colonie Library. Skills taught model respectful, productive conversation, not debate; help others consider many perspectives; and clarify group agreement while practicing neutrality as facilitators. Partners in Public Conversation is a 501(c)(3) organization eligible for school and community credit. For more information, go online to www.publicconversation.org. Twelve training slots are available for this session. To register, text 526-0051 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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FALL THRIFT SALE The United Methodist Women of the First United Methodist Church of East Greenbush will be having their Fall Thrift Sale on Friday, September 30th, from 5PM - 8PM; and Saturday, October 1st, from 9AM - 1PM. Saturday is “bag day”. Along with a snack bar, there will be a variety of items from household, tools to clothing. The First United Methodist Church is located on Gilligan Road, off of 9 & 20 in East Greenbush.
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GRAFTON LAKES STATE PARK INVITES ARTISTS TO THE PARK THIS FALL Grafton Lakes State Park invites artists to portray the park’s fall scenery on Sundays from September 18th through October 9th (Columbus Day weekend). Registered participants in the Art in the Park program will receive free Sunday admission to the park to paint, draw, or photograph in exchange for submitting a piece in the Silent Art Auction at the Winter Festival on January 21, 2012. The Park’s forests, wildlife, and lakes make for spectacular autumn scenery and an ample supply of inspiration. The pieces will be displayed and auctioned at the Winter Festival, which was attended by nearly 2000 people last year. Artists will split the proceeds of the auction with the Friends of Grafton Lakes State Park, a group that supports the park’s environmental education programs. Any works that do not sell at the auction will remain on display in the lobby of the park office for the coming year or be returned to the artist. To sign up, participants can register at the ticket booth on weekends or at the Park office Monday-Friday to receive an Art in the Park pass. You can also call the Park naturalists to register for Art in the Park at 279-1155 and have a pass mailed to you. Space is limited, so call soon to reserve your pass. For more information about other events at Grafton Lakes State Park this fall, you may also visit www.nysparks.com.
RENSS. NORTHEND NEIGHBORHOOD MEETING The City of Rensselaer Northend Neighborhood meeting for September is cancelled. Our next meeting will be held on October 13 at 7:00pm at the Northend Firehouse Community Room.
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LEGAL NOTICE CityStation South, LLC Art. of Org. was filed with SSNY on 07/28/11. Office location: Rensselaer County, SSNY designated as agent of LLC whom process against may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC, c/o The United Group of Companies, 300 Jordan Road, Troy NY 12180. Purpose: all lawful activities. KDMM CONSULTING LLC. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY NAME: KDMM Consulting LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 04/21/2011 Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of any process to the LLC, 23 Edinburgh Drive East Schodack, NY 12063 Purpose: Any lawful purpose M.U.U.D.S. LLC Location: East Greenbush, NY. Description: M.U.U.D.S. LLC Articles of Organization filed with Secretary of State of N.Y.(SSNY) on 6/23/2011. Office Location: Rensselaer County. SSNY designated as agent LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC, 204 Springhurst Dr.S., East Greenbush, NY 12061 Purpose: any lawful activity.
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NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING AVERILL PARK CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to a resolution adopted by the Board of Education of the Averill Park Central School District on August 23, 2011, that a special meeting of the qualified voters of said District be and the same is hereby called to be held in the Auxiliary Gym of the Averill Park High School Building, Averill Park, New York on October 12, 2011 from 7:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m., prevailing time, for the purpose of voting on the following proposition: RESOLVED, that the Board of Education of the Averill Park Central School District, is hereby authorized (1) to purchase two (2) sixty five (65) passenger school buses, one (1) sixty (60) passenger school bus and five (5) twenty eight (28) passenger school buses during the 20112012 school year at a cost not to exceed $531,245, (2) expend such sums for such purpose, (3) levy the tax necessary therefor, and (4) in anticipation of the collection of such tax, to issue bonds and notes of the District at one time or from time to time in the principal amount not to exceed $531,245, and to levy a tax to pay the interest on such obligations when due. The vote upon such proposition shall be by machine or absentee ballot. The hours during which the polls shall be kept open shall be from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. prevailing time or for as long thereafter as necessary to enable qualified voters who are in the polling place at 9:00 p.m. to cast their ballots. FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the qualified voters of the School District shall be entitled to vote in said annual vote and election. A qualified voter is one who is (1) a citizen of the United States of America, (2) eighteen (18) years of age or older, and (3) resident within the School District for a period of thirty (30) days next preceding the annual vote and election. The School District may require all persons offering to vote at the budget vote and election to provide one form of proof of residency pursuant to Education Law section 2018-c. Such form may include a driver’s license, a non-driver identification card, a utility bill, or a voter registration card. Upon offer of proof of residency, the School District may also require all persons offering to vote to provide their signature, printed name and address. AND FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that applications for absentee ballots will be obtainable between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays, from the District Clerk. Completed applications must be received by the District Clerk at least seven (7) days before the election if the ballot is to be mailed to the voter, or the day before the election, if the ballot is to be delivered personally to the voter. Absentee ballots must be received by the District clerk not later than 5:00 p.m., prevailing time, on, October 12, 2011. A list of all persons to whom absentee ballots shall have been issued will be available in the office of the School District Clerk from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. prevailing time on weekdays
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NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. Name: Steven Baldwin Associates, LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 05/19/11. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY has been designated as agent to the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLC at 12 Heather Ridge Road, Troy, NY 12180. Purpose: Any lawful activity
Notice of Formation of Limited Liability Company Pursuant to Section 203 of the New York Limited Liability Law. 1. The name of the limited liability company is DELITEFULL CREATIONS, LLC. 2. The Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State on July 14, 2011. 3. The office of the Limited Liability company will be located in Rensselaer County. 4. The Secretary of State is designated as agent of the Limited Liability Company upon whom process against it may be served. The address to which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against the Limited Liability Company served upon him or her is: DELITEFULL CREATIONS, LLC c/o Salvatore D. Ferlazzo, Esq. Girvin & Ferlazzo, P.C. 20 Corporate Woods Blvd. Albany, New York 12211 5. The Limited Liability Company is formed for any lawful business purpose or purposes.
NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: HORIZON MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATES, LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 08/03/11. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLC, c/o Robert Feathers, 831 Hoosick Road, Troy, New York 12180. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. The Nassau Town Board will conduct a Special Meeting on Tuesday, October 4, 2011 at 6:30 P.M. at the Nassau Town Hall 29 Church Street, Nassau, N.Y. for the purpose of presentation and review of the 2012 Tentative Budget as well as any other business that may come before the Board. By Order of the Nassau Town Board. Rita M. Labrum, Nassau Town Clerk
through October 12, 2011. Any qualified voter may challenge the acceptance of the ballot of any person on such list, by making his challenge and reasons therefor known to the Inspector of Election before the close of the polls. Dated: Averill Park, New York August 23, 2011 Susan Radley, District Clerk Averill Park Central School District
NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: White Knight Enterprises, LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on July 15, 2011. Office Location: Rensselaer County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLC: 2 Third Street, Troy, New York 12180. Purpose: For any lawful purpose
PUBLIC NOTICE The Nassau Town Board will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, October 4, 2011 at 6:45 P.M. at the Nassau Town Hall 29 Church Street, Nassau N.Y. on the proposed Special Permit Application of Qadiri Rifai Tariqa (Q.R.T). By Order of the Nassau Town Board Rita M. Labrum, Nassau Town Clerk
Notice of Formation of a Limited Liability Company (LLC): Name: HAAKE ENERGY CONSULTING LLC, Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 08/04/2011. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to: C/O HAAKE ENERGYCONSULTING LLC, 2215 Hunt Club Drive, Castletonon-Hudson, NY 12033. Purpose: Any lawful purpose. Latest date upon which LLC is to dissolve: No specific date.
Notice of Formation Limited Liability Company Name: Pellegrino Wine Cellars, LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York on August 25, 2011. Office location: Rensselaer County. Secretary of State has been designated as agent of the Limited Liability Company upon whom process against it may be served. The Secretary of State shall mail a copy of the process to the Limited Liability Company at 33 Rockery Terrace, West Sand Lake, New York, 12196. Purpose: for any lawful purpose.
Notice of Formation of a Limited Liability Company (LLC): The Hungry Fish Cafe, LLC, Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York on 7/7/11. Office location: 461 Main Ave., Wynantskill, 12198, Rensselaer County. Sarah Fish has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy to: C/O The Hungry Fish Cafe, LLC, 12 Sharpe Ave., Wynantskill, NY 12198. Purpose: Any Lawful Purpose. Latest date upon which LLC is to dissolve: None specific. Notice of Formation of JJMH Consulting LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 8/5/11. Office location: Rensselaer Co. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: Steven Sanders, 18 Hyland Dr., Troy, NY 12182. Purpose: any lawful activities. NOTICE OF FORMATION of Limited Liability Company (LLC) The name of the LLC is FINKS Subway LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York on August 30, 2011. The purpose for which the LLC has been formed is to engage in any lawful act or activity. The County within the State of New York in which the principal office of the LLC is to be located is Rensselaer. The Secretary of State is designated as agent of the LLC upon whom service of process against the LLC may be served. The Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process to the LLC, 50 Archer Drive, Clifton Park, New York 12065.
ST. TIMOTHY’S SERENDIPITY FAIR St. Timothy’s Annual Serendipity Fair will be held on Saturday, September 17th, from 10AM to 4PM at the church located at 470 Winter Street Extension. A community fair for the whole family. Activities include: Kid’s Midway with games, prizes, face painting, spin art, and Bouncy Bounce. Food booth featuring chili cook off and fried dough. Bake sale featuring all homemade treats including pies, cakes and cookies. Big Rummage Sale and Crafters. North Greenbush Police will register and photo ID your children for free. Crafters wanted, call Rebecca at 283-1372.
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NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC) The name of the limited liability company is CTNR ASSOCIATES, LLC. The Articles of Organization were filed on August 24, 2011 with the NYS Department of State. The County within the State in which the office of the LLC is to be located is Rensselaer County. The Secretary of State is designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. The post office address within or without this State to which the Secretary of State will mail a copy of any process against the LLC served upon him or her is c/o Gleason, Dunn, Walsh & O'Shea, 40 Beaver Street, Albany, NY 12207. There is no specific date upon which the LLC is to dissolve. The purpose of the business of the LLC is any lawful purpose permitted of a limited liability company in the State of New York NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: Automated & Management Solutions, LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on July 11, 2011. Office Location: Rensselaer County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLC: 165 Jordan Road, Troy, New York 12180. Purpose: For any lawful purpose
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ATTENTION: Water Tech. & Customer Service positions: Training provided. Must be a HS Grad Starting $535 wk. Benefits & bonuses. 899-5555 H2o Solutions Brite Beginnings looking for Preschool head teacher, toddler head teacher. Minimum 2 years experience. Also looking for floater/ fill-in. Call 383-3933 Driver- Class B with HazMat & Tanker endorsement. Great pay & benefits. John Ray & Sons. 2724432 or www.johnray.com
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Movie extras to stand in the background.Exper. not required Earn up to $200/day 877-4325229 Now hiring assistant preschool teachers at Jack and Jill Preschool. Call 283-5158 PART TIME, The Town of Nassau Transfer Station is seeking an individual to work 5 hours on Saturdays and to fill in as needed during the week. Applicant should be able to lift at least 50 lbs. Apply in person to the town Supervisor's Office at the Town Hall at 29 Church Street, Nassau.
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Resident Service Coordinator (part time - 9 hours per week) Eddy Visiting Nurse Association is looking for a Bachelor’s in Social Work. Candidate will be working in a Senior Community Residence in the Rensselaer area. Responsibilities will include support of the residents by the use of coordination and education of available health and community resources. Qualified candidate should have experience working with elderly, computer skills, and strong customer service background. Please send resume to: Human Resources - RSC 433 River Street, Suite 3000, Troy, NY 12180 or fax to (518) 270-1358 via e-mail email@example.com
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TEXAS HOLD’EM at STEPHENTOWN FIRE VOL. FIRE DEPT. The Stephentown Volunteer Fire Department will hold a Texas Hold’em Tournament on Saturday, September 24th, in the Stephentown Fire Hall, located on Grange Road in Stephentown. The doors will open at 5PM and close at 6PM. Play begins at 6:15 sharp. A Free Buffet will be served at the first break and refreshments will be available. No advance registration is required, and a donation of $35.00 per player will be accepted. Players can make an additional $10.00 donation at the door for 1,000 extra chips. This tournament will pay one place for every 10 players with a minimum of four places. The next Texas Hold’em tournament will be held on Saturday, October 8th, 2011. For further information, please call John Linton at 518-733-0469.
Call (518) 766-9360 between 12-4 pm. Greenbush Child Caring, Inc. is seeking energetic individuals who have experience working with children to work as Activity Leaders in before and/or afterschool programs in the East Greenbush and Averill Park CSD. Hours are 7:00-9:00 a.m. and/or 3:00-6:00 p.m. Job duties include supervising children while leading recreational activities. Interested applicants can download an emp. app. @ www.greenbushchildcaring.org
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Liberty Supply 20 Hemlock St. Latham, NY 12110 The Nassau Town Board is seeking to fill two positions on the Town Planning Board, including the position of Chairman of the Board. Resumes should be submitted to Supervisor David Fleming, P.O. Box 587, Nassau, N.Y. 12123 by September 30, 2011. By Order of the Board. Rita M. Labrum Nassau Town Clerk
SITUATIONS WANTED Aide companion is avail. for home care, exp., exc. refs. 858-8139 Lic.LPN over 30 yrs. exper., seeks PT eve. employment, caring for your loved ones at your home. Wound care, diabetes, meds, Alzheimer’s, post surgery. Refs. Liz , 209-2657 firstname.lastname@example.org Position wanted, day laborer, 2011 APHS grad., yard work & clean up, cut & split wood, mix cement, general labor, int paint. Frank Salvatore 674-2129
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CHILD CARE Jack McCarty, 279-4205 References available Lic, childcare Christian mom/ nurse. 6 wks-12yrs. FT/PT. all day, bef/aft. sch . Even/night care On bus rte. Affordable. 227-1497 NYS Licensed, family daycare 1FT toddler opening. Reasonable rates, exc. refs. RPI/Troy, CPR/ First Aid Cert. Cathie 271-2236
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DEMO AND JUNK REMOVAL Yard debris, fences, sheds, pools, barns, buildings, anything. Just call 495-9129 or 322-2664 DIVORCE Uncontested papers prepared $299(Incl. poor person app) Separation agreements avai. 2740380 DOG TRAINING In-Home. Day & evening appts. Avail. 7 days per week. 326-0553 DRAIN CLEANING Full service drain cleaning & repairs, incl. camera/video inspections. Emergency serv. 674-0908 DRIVEWAY SEALING Hand brush applied by the owner. Great price. Call Irving 248-2974 DRYWALL Best Drywall, Insul., hanging, taping, painting, ref., ins. 7664203 DUMPSTER RENTALS 6, 12, & 16 yard avail. Clean outs attics, b’ments, etc. Ray Mason 573-1133 Steve Mason 573-7464 ELECTRICAL WORK Installations & repairs. Quality work, reas. rates. Steve 364-7231 ELECTRICIAN Lammon Electric. Full lic. & ins. 25yrs exp., res./comm. 274-5100 EXCAVATING Small jobs, light excavating water lines, foundations & drainage. Poestenkill Mountain Farms 6058392 EXCAVATION/STONE/SEPTIC Septic tanks cleaned & repaired. Drainage, driveways. Stone, topsoil, gravel & mulch. 495-9129 FENCEWORKS Dog runs, inground pool packages, yard enclosures & repairs. Free est., fully insured. 283-7811 FIREWOOD $230 cord. Seasoned hardwood, cut, split, delivered custom lengths. Peter Howard 279-1367 FIREWOOD Dry. Made in America. Cord, face cord, container - Delivered or pickup. Call for pricing 368-2545 FIREWOOD Log length. Cut, split, free deliv. Camp firewd, log length. Seasoned, green. We buy standing timber. 495-9129 FIREWOOD Seasoned $225, semi $180, both cut, split, del. 265-4915, 658-3871
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IMMEDIATE CASH for jewelry. Market prices paid immediately for precious metals in any form or condition. All gold, platinim, silver, diamonds , coins and high end swiss watches. Metal Refining-Recycling Industry.For appointment. 8479575 www.pmgoldandjewelry.com JCB ROOFING & Construction Professional, experienced and insured. 470-6525 JOEYJUNK.COM Cleanouts, hauling, attics, basements, garages, dumpsters available, Fully ins. 892-6354 JUNK CARS We pay top dollars for all junk cars, trucks, vans, etc. Call (518) 322-0654 JUNK CARS WANTED $100- $500 for cars, trucks. Cash. Free pick-up. 365-3368 LAWN CARE Bob’s Lawn Service. Mow, fall property clean-up, aerate, dethatch, overseeding. Prof. & insured. Call for quote 852-3436 LAWN MOWER REPAIR Prompt, reliable service, pickup & del. avail.Mike Horowitz 477-8378 LAWN SERVICE Full lawn service. Free estimates. Call Zach 669-5734 MASONRY & EXCAVATING All types, new or repairs. Brick, block, concrete. Ponds, driveways, foundations. Free estimates, fully ins. (518) 3765426 MASONRY Concrete * Brick * Tile * Stone TobiaConstruction.com 477-8453 MULCH/ STONE/ TOPSOIL Free delivery spreading available. 495-9129 or 322-2664 PAINT 4 Seasons Painting & Contracting Lowest $$ Prices 727-4003 PAINT AA HAWKEYE PAINTING. Int/Ext pressure wash Fully ins.944-4997
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SERVICES PAINTER - PAPER HANGER 30 yrs exp. free est, fully ins. Economical prices Nancy 2484044 PAINTING AA Season’s Best Painting Svc. 18yrs exp.Member of BBB. Insurance & refs. 424-0078
PAINTING Interior/Exterior, 20 years experience. Senior discounts. 237-0352
SIDING Straight Line Siding, gutters, roofing, free est., ins. (518) 3783124 STONE & DIRT DRIVEWAYS Repairs, Excavation, Ditching, Drainage. Stone & Gravel & Topsoil deliveries. Free est. insured. 258-4092/712-5332 STONE & SOIL 4-5 yds del., driveways, site work Mark 320-2593,674-8639
PAINTING Meticulous int/ext. The best for less, free est, refs. Mark 477-1069
STUMP ‘N GRIND Prof. stump grinding srvc. Insured. Best choice. 877-8033/ 301-5712
PAINTING- INT. / EXTERIOR Fall deal, Affordable, $65/rm. Exp. Fully ins. Free est. 229-1090
TELEVISION REPAIR Flat panel TV service. Exchange TV. 400 Columbia Tunrpike. 4821255 or 477-7123
PAINTING/PAPER HANGING Interior / exterior painting. Wall papering, taping, drywall hanging. Over 30 yrs. experience. Call Leonard 733-9786 PLUMBING & HEATING Repair, installs, service, licensed experienced, insured. Cert., 24 hr. service 518 283-2331 Pressure Pros. Multi- Surface powerwashing. Fully insured. Discounts avail Free est. 4249288 PRESSURE WASHING House, decks, etc. Fully insured. Kingsway Contracting. 674-0591
Riding Lessons: Trail rides, birthday parties, school vacation camps, pony rides & more. Schauber Stables www.schauberstables.com or call Karen at 281-0088 ROOF REPAIR No job too small. Fully ins., free est. Holland Roofing 451-9325 ROOFING Specializing in architectural, 3 tab, metal, cedar shakes & repairs. Free estimate. Call 378-6298. ROOFING A&J Roofing, shingles, slate, rubber. Fully insured. Free est. (518)283-9094 SEALCOATING Hand applied. Crack sealing. Commerical/ residential 669-9336 SEPTIC CLEANING Sand Lake Septic. Tanks cleaned, repair, new installation 674-3000
TOPSOIL, DRIVEWAY STONE Crusher run, stone, mulch. 4-5yd delivery. Spreading avail. Free est. POESTENKILL MOUNTAIN FARMS. Steve 605-8392 TOPSOIL, MULCH & STONE All types of stone, crusher run, drainage, round stone, screened topsoil, spreading available. Free est. Call Zach 518-669-5734 TREE SERVICE Brush, tree, shrub removal & trimming. Also small building demolition. Insured and experienced. Don Bradley Jr. (518) 674-2444
TREE & LANDSCAPE SERVICE AMERICAN TREE New trees planted or replaced Hedge trimming & removal Call Scott @ 202-6114 (c) TREE SERVICE / LANDSCAPING/PRUNING/ STUMP GRINDING Tree transplants, trees installed, tree removal. Crane & bucket truck. Chipping 495-9129 TREE SERVICE DJ Tree Service, 20 yrs. exp. free est. stump removal,ins. 427-1590. TREE SERVICE Removal & trimming. Exp., Free est.& insured 766-9346/ 275-3061 TREE SERVICE Stump Busters of Wynantskill. Tree & stump removal. 24 hour service. 286-1865 or 573-7464
SEPTIC SERVICE Tanks cleaned, group rates avail. Call a neighbor! Gene 674-5223
WATER LINES Attn:Poestenkill Residents get water lines in house before winter. Also:Well, pump,tank serv. Wayne Horton Well Drilling 283-0149
SEWING MACHINE REPAIR Household/industrial, all makes, tune-ups,parts, supplies 674-8491
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WINDOW CLEANING Ken’s Window Cleaning. Fully insured, commercial/ residential 40 year family exp. 766-4975
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GARAGE SALES 9/17, 9-2. Furn. TV, electronics, desk, kitchen items, 2 Valentine Dr. off Rt. 151. 9/23-9/24, 9-4. 355 Weatherwax Rd, Averill Pk HUGE CHILDRENS SALE! Infant-preschool, maternity, infant care, learning toys, girls designer clothing (preemie-4T), costumes & dress up, dolls, doll clothing, collectibles, holiday, scrapbooking, Corelle, Kathe Kruse, Disney, Boyds, Barbie, Pottery Barn. Le Top, Hartstrings& more! No early birds. Annual Community wide, Commons Dr. EG, off Rt 4. 9/24, 9-3.
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Sat.&Sun, Sept. 17 & 18 Sat & Sun, Sept. & 43 18 Intersection of Rts. 17 66 & Intersection Rts. 66 & 43 (Across fromof Towne Tavern) (Across Townefurniture, Tavern) Antiquefrom & vintage Antique & vintage furniture, early toys, old comics & early toys, oldglass comics & books, antique ware, books, antique glassware, pottery & crocks, tools, oldephemera, pottery, crocks & tools, art, jewelry, ephemera, jewelry, silver, smalls,art, appliances, silver, smalls, appliances, household, MUCH MORE!! household, MUCH MORE! Tons of antiques and Tons of Antiques collectibles! 100sand of Collectibles! items priced100s at $1.oforItems less! Priced at $1 or Less! Flint Drive, Poestenkill. Something for everyone! 9/16-9/18, 9am-5pm Giant Tag Sale, Sept. 16, 11:30-5; 9/17, 9-5 at Faith & Love Fellowship, 85 Washington St., Renss. Furn.,clothes, hshold.,& many other items. Free refreshments. Moving sale. All must go. Couch, chair, Amish fireplace guitars, access, more. 30 Vandenburgh Ave. Troy, near HVCC. Sun. 9/18, 9-1. Moving Sale: 9/16-17, 9a-3p, 10 Saddle Club Hill Dr., East Schodack, off Rt. 150. Many hshld. items, furniture, gardening & more Sand Lake Townwide Sale. Sat & Sun., Sept 17th & 18th. Visit: www.saleday.org for more info. & MAP Sat. 9/17, 9-2 Multi family Hydor Dr. E Greenbush. 9 & 20 to Hays Rd. to Brookview to Hydor. Furniture. kids stuff, hshld, & more. Sat., 9/17, 9-4, 2373 Rt. 150, East Schodack. Lots of stuff. Tag sale. Sept. 16-17-18, Fri-9-6 Sat. 9-5, Sun. 12-4. Duncan’s, 481 McChesney Ave. Ext. Troy. Multi-family indoors. Clothes, infants-sz. 4t, misc.
APPLEBEE’S FLAPJACK FUNDRAISER BREAKFAST Hudson Mohawk Figure Skating Club will host a pancake breakfast fundraiser at Applebee’s on Route 4 in East Greenbush, on Saturday, September 24th, starting at 8AM till 10AM. Profits from this fundraiser will benefit the skating club’s exhibition synchronized teams, The Houstonettes. Tickets will be on sale at the door for $6.00 per person. Come enjoy a delicious breakfast served by one of our team members. Hope to see you there!
CIVIL WAR ENCAMPMENT Civil War Encampment on October 1st and 2nd, 2011 at NY RT 43 near the Veteran’s Memorial and Averill Park High School from 10AM to 4PM. Civil War re-enactors recognize the 150th Anniversary of the U.S. Civil War. The Civil War Horse named “Moscow”, a blacksmith, vendors and food, all hosted by the Sand lake Bicentennial Planning Committee. Bring your Civil War artifacts for review by area experts in the field of local New York regiments. The dedication of Veteran’s Memorial Park is 11AM on the first of October. Honoring Revolutionary War and Civil War Veterans, names appear on the memorial. Join and/or participate! Contact Sand Lake Bicentennial Planning Committee, PO Box 273, Sand Lake, NY 12153. ~Nancy W. Davis, Co-Chair S.L.B.P.C.
CHRISTIAN ED CLASS HEARS ABOUT BEING FORGIVEN & FORGIVING OTHERS On September 11, 2011, Christian Education at the Nassau Reformed Church began its 2011 - 2012 Christian Education Program year. The Season had its beginning at 11 a.m. in the sanctuary where Rev. Edward L. Van Kampen welcomed the new Director of the C E Program, Carol Sanford, and assistant, Donna Ortgies, both of Nassau, and the young boys and girls as they prepared for their first session of studying the Gospels and the traditions of the Reformed Church. Before leaving for class, the group listened to Mrs. Sanford speak about the importance of young people joining the Christian journey early in life so as to develop the attitude of love and service which Jesus intends for all who follow him. Before leaving for class, Rev. Van Kampen presented a sermon for young people in which the importance of continual forgiveness and forgiving being a part of the Christian journey. The following boys and girls were welcomed and became part of the 2011- 2012 Christian Ed Class at Nassau Reformed: Alexis Bulan, Madison Bulan, Josh and Justin Cardenelle, Rebecca Forster, Jack Kelley, McKenna Kelley, Megan and Matthew Murdock, Morgan and Kelsey Pelletier, Morgan and Zachary Sanford, and Christian Zownir. The class begins each week in the sanctuary at 11 a.m. and adjourns following an activity involving young people as the young fold moves to the fellowship hall in a class room setting. Boys and girls of all ages are invited to join four Christian Education program.
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MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER Marriage Encounter Weekend for couples who desire to put the spark and romance back into their marriage, improve their communication, revitalize their relationship and get away for a weekend. Held at a local motel. Next weekend is September 17 18. Reservations required. Call 279-3243 for information.
Karen and Dan Morine of Averill Park proudly announce the engagement of their son, Eric Dobert Ryan to Abbie Elizabeth Smith, daughter of Cindy Cross of Urbandale, IA. Eric is also the son of Terry and Lynn Ryan of Charlotte, NC. Eric and Abbie both earned their PhDs at the University of Oklahoma and are currently Assistant Professors at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. A wedding date of June 16, 2012 is planned in Wrightsville Beach, NC.
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RENSS. HIGH ALUMNI ASSOCIATION TO HOLD DINNER DANCE IN FALL
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The Alumni Association has scheduled its first membership drive and fundraiser event for graduates, spouses, singles, family members and their friends are welcome. It will also be a 50th reunion for the class of ’61 and the 55th for the class of ’56. A sit-down dinner/dance at Birch Hill in Schodack from 6:00 – 11:00 PM on Saturday, October 22, 2011, is scheduled. The cost: $45 per person/ $10 of which benefits the Alumni Association. In the past 12 years, nineteen $500 awards have been presented to outstanding graduating seniors. Menu: Includes a one hour open bar, selections from beef, chicken, seafood and vegetarian dinner, dessert, and dancing. Checks should be make payable to “Rensselaer High Alumni Association” with your class year in the memo. Send checks no later than Sept. 23, 2011 to Brad Endres at Rensselaer School District, 25 Van Rensselaer Drive, Rensselaer, N.Y. 12144. —————————————————————————————— Name: ____________________________________________
7th ANNUAL ART SAVES ANIMALS BENEFIT The Mohawk Hudson Humane Society seeks artists to participate in its 7th annual Art For Animals, which will be held at The Arts Center of the Capital Region in Troy from 5:30pm to 8:30pm on Thursday, October 6th. The benefit event is very popular, heavily promoted and well attended. The deadline for art work submission and delivery to The Society in Menands is Thursday, September 22nd, at the latest. For information and/or entry forms, call Nancy Laribee at 434-8128 ext 206, or email: email@example.com or mohawkhumame.org. All art must be original, signed and of appropriate quality, either framed or able to be exhibited with ease and simplicity, and with little potential for damage to the piece. Also, all art should be accompanied by an artist identification card or “visual bio” in a format decided by the artist. In addition, all art must be accompanied by a signed Art Saves Animals submission form indicating the size of the piece, art medium and display instructions/requests. No work will be accepted on consignment; each art donation becomes the property of MHHS.
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Come casually to celebrate with your classmates at The Lakeview Restaurant in Averill Park on October 8th, between the hours of 6:30-10:30pm. Hors d’oeuvres will be served and there will be a cash bar. The cost is $15 per person. Checks may be made payable to: AP Class of 1989-c/o Jeannine Wendell, and mailed to; AP Class of 1989 - PO Box 302, Averill Park, NY 12018. PLEASE RSVP by Sept. 27th. You may also visit us at “Averill Park Class of 1989” on Face Book or contact Jeannine Krause Wendell with any questions or concerns at 378-5318 or Jkrausewendell@yahoo.com.
TROY HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1962 The Class of ’62 THS, Troy, NY is beginning plans for the 50th Reunion, to be held June 8-10, 2012. We are in need of addresses and/or email addresses. If you are a member of this class, please send your name/address to sannay03@aol or call 518-235-1362 & leave a phone message.
TROY HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS OF 1951 Classmates: We are trying to organize a 60th Reunion dinner for the Class of 1951 for this Fall. If you are interested in joining us, and spending time reminiscing among old friends, please let us know and pass the word. We know that we are late, so contact us as soon as possible. Please contact Tom Shippey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 559-908-8950. We will forward the details as soon as the plans firm up.
HOLY SPIRIT SCHOOL ALUMNI Holy Spirit School in East Greenbush is celebrating 50 years of faith and excellence. We are seeking alumni to share their memories with us. Alumni please email email@example.com your contact information. More information on our celebration activities will be announced soon!
COLUMBIA HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2001 REUNION The Columbia High School Class of 2001 10-year Reunion is scheduled for Saturday, November 26, 2011 at Wolfert’s Roost Country Club, located at 120 Van Rensselaer Boulevard in Albany, New York, from 6:30 pm until 11:00 pm. There will be an open bar from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm for draft beer, wine, and soda, and a cash bar thereafter. There will be food and dancing all night as well! The cost of the reunion is $55.00 a person, or $110.00 a couple. Checks may be made out to “Columbia High School Class of 2001”. Please send your checks to: Columbia High School Reunion Committee, 22 Van Buren Avenue, East Greenbush, New York 12061. Reservations and full payment is due by October 15, 2011! If you have any questions, please e-mail the Reunion Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 518-8522191. We hope to see you on November 26th!
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EGCSD INSURANCE/POINT REDUCTION AND PRE-LICENSING CLASSES The East Greenbush Central School Districtâ€™s Continuing Education program announces its next available Six-Hour Insurance/Point Reduction and Five-Hour Pre-Licensing classes. The Six-Hour Driver Training Associates Insurance/Point Reduction course reduces car liability, collision, and no-fault insurance premiums by 10% for 3 years and may remove up to 4 points off your license, as determined by the Department of Motor Vehicles. It will be held in two evening sessions: Tuesday, September 20th; and Thursday, September 22nd, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. both evenings. The Five-Hour Pre-Licensing course is required before an appointment for a road test may be scheduled. It will be held in two consecutive Tuesday evening sessions: October 11th and Tuesday, October 18th, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. both evenings. Course registration for all classes must be made in advance, as no walk-ins will be accepted. Additional class information will be given at time of registration. For the publicâ€™s convenience, registration will be accepted by phone 24 hours a day. Please call: 207-2150 and follow the prompts.
INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL IN TROY â€“ SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24th Join your neighbors on Saturday, September 24th, from 11am to 7pm for great ethnic food, dancing, music, childrenâ€™s activities, crafts, historical presentations, and cultural displays. â€˘ Taste Armenian, Caribbean, French, German, Greek, Irish, Italian, Mexican, and Soul Food specialties, among others in our food court. â€˘ Entertainment includes Gospel singers, the Lydia Kulbida Dancers, Karaoke, and a Jazz Tribute to Nick Brignola. Everyone welcome for a fun day outdoors celebrating Troyâ€™s rich diversity. Location: Troy Little Italy Marketplace on Hill Street between Washington St. and Liberty St. Contact: email@example.com; Marion Field at 266-1406
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JOSEPH STEVENS, JR. #33 MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP MOTORCYCLE RUN The Joseph Stevens, Jr. #33 Memorial Scholarship Motorcycle Run will be held on Sunday, September 18, 2011, at 11:30AM; RAIN or SHINE. Begins at Sand Lake Town Hall, 8428 Miller Hill Road in Averill Park and ends at The Brunswick Lodge of Elks #2556, 665 Brunswick Road in Troy at 3:30PM. You donâ€™t need a motorcycle to be a part of this event; you can join everyone where the Run Ends. Donation of $20/Adult, $7/ Children 5-12 and Free for Children under 5, includes Run, Food & Live Music by DIEGO. The Memorial Scholarship Award is given annually to an Averill Park High School Sr. Football Player
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WANTED MJK MOTORCYCLE TOY RUN In honor of our Departed Brother, Michael J. Kehn the MJK Motorcycle Toy Run will be held on September 18th, 2011. We will be meeting BEHIND the Averill Park Firehouse between 9:30 & 10 am. Our scenic three state ride will include a covered bridge tour in the Bennington, Vermont area. There is no fee for the run, only the donation of either a toy or $10. Any questions, call Peter 6743104 or Jon 674-3515.
Books wanted. Old and new. Top prices paid for good quality books. Ashworth Books. 1-800-509-5370 Now hiring: Companies desperately need employees to assemble products at home No selling, any hours. $500 weekly potential. Info.(985)646-1700 DEPT NY-968 Wanted-diabetic testing strips. Any type. Will pay up to $25 per box. 423-0342Âş
FOR SALE Cedar trees for beautiful privacy hedges. 5â€™ $39.99, 8â€™ $79.99, 10â€™ $129.99. Installation included. Call while supplies last. (518)570-0121 Hay for sale. Quality horse grade and mulch hay avail. from local farm 45 lb. bails. Delivery possible. 663-5257
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‘11 Chevy Silverado LT/Ext Cab, 4x4, 5.3L, V8, Tow Pkg., Bluetooth, alloys,11k..............................................................................................$29,980 ‘08 Chevy HD 2500 Reg Cab, 4x4, 6.0 Pwr Pkg, CD, Tow, 70K.........$18,980 ‘06 Chevy MonteCarlo SS, 5.3L V8, Htd Lther, Moonrf, 18” Alloys, 52K..$13,980 ‘07 Chevy Suburban 1LT, 5.3 V8, 4x4, 8 Pass, Rear DVD, 1 Owner, 36K...$27,980 ‘08 Chrysler Town & Country Touring, Htd Leather, Rear DVD Loaded, 51k....$17,980 ‘07 Dodge Charger R/T, Daytona pkg, 5.7 Hemi, Lther, Moon, 56K........$19,980 ‘04 Dodge Ram 1500 Reg. Cab 2WD, 5.7 Hemi, SLT, Full Pwr, 44K.......$11,980 ‘10 Ford Fusion SE 4 cyl., auto, moonroof, sync, spoiler pkg., CD,16k....$18,580 ‘08 Ford F150 Super Crew, 4x4, 5.4, auto, XLT, Tow pkg., 48k...........$23,980 ‘11 Ford Taurus SEL, 6 cyl., htd leather, SYNC, alloys, 7k......$26,980 ‘08 Ford Escape XLT, 6 cyl., sunroof, AWD, Lthr, rear DVD, alloys,19k......$21,980 ‘06 Ford Explorer E.Bauer Edt., 6 cyl 4X4, Htd Leather, Sun Roof,1 Owner! 53K......................................................................$15,980 ‘05 Ford F350 Reg Cab, 2WD XL 5.4L, Auto, AC, Stake Body, 56K...$11,980 ‘08 Ford Fusion SEL 4 cyl Auto, Leather, Htd Seats, 6 CD, Sync, 75K.........$12,980 ‘06 Ford Taurus SE, 3.0L 6 cyls, Pwr Seat, Loaded! 61K.........................$9,980 ‘07 GMC Sierra HD 2500, Reg. Cab, 2 WD, 6.0 , AC, Cruise, PL Tow, 50K..$14,980 ‘07 Haul Mark 40’ Stacker 2 Car Transporter w/work area. Clean!....$24,980 ‘11 Honda Accord SE, 4 cyl Auto, Htd Lthr, Alloys, Almost New! 600miles!....................................................................$21,980 ‘04 Jeep Wrangler X, 4X4 6cyl, Auto AC Hard Top CD 59k............$14,980 ‘08 Jeep Liberty Sport, 6 cyl, 4X4, Skyscape Roof, Alloys. 32K.........$17,980 ‘08 Jeep Liberty Sport, 6 cyl, 4X4 SunRoof , Alloys, 37K....................$16,980 ‘06 Keystone Cambridge, 5th Wheel Camper, 39’, 4 Slide Outs, Loaded, 1 Owner...........................................................................$25,980 ‘09 Lincoln MKS Premium, AWD, Dual MoonRoofs, Htd & Cooled Seats, 19” Wheels, 29K.....................................................................$29,980 ‘09 Mercury Milan, 4 cyl Auto, Moon Roof, Sync, Pwr Seat, 30K........$17,580 ‘08 Mazda CX7 AWD, 4 cyl., auto, sport pkg., moon, CD, pwr., 39k...............$17,980 ‘08 Nissan Pathfinder LE, 4x4, moon, lthr., DVD, navi, 45k............. $25,980 ‘08 Nissan Rogue S pkg., AWD, 4cyl., auto, full pwr., CD, 39k...........$16,980 11’ Nissan Roque SV AWD, SL Pkg, Htd Lthr, Moon, Navi., Pwr 12k.....$26,980 ‘10 Nissan Altima Hybrid, 4cyl., auto, 4dr., full pwr., 1 owner, 9k.........$19,980 ‘06 Nissan Pathfinder S, 6 cyl., 4x4, loaded, PW/PL/AC, 45k............$16,980 ‘09 Nissan Quest, S Pkg, 3rd Row, Loaded! , rear DVD 37K,............$19,980 ‘09 Pontiac G6 GT, 6 cyl auto, Monsoon Audio, alloys, spoiler, 46k......$13,980 ‘05 Subaru Forester XT AWD, 4 cyl., 5 sp., Full Pwr., CD, 60k............$12,980 ‘08 Toyota Highlander Sport,AWD, 3rd Row, Rear DVD, Pwr Seat. 26K.........$28,980 ‘09 Toyota Tacoma SR5, double Cab, 4x4, 6 cyl., loaded!, 25k..........$27,980 ‘11 VW GTI Hatchback, 2.0T, 6 sp., htd seats, full power, CD, 12k.....$22,980 ‘07 Volvo V50 Wgn., 4 cyl, auto, moon, htd leather, CD, 77k..............$12,980
1333 Van Hoesen Rd., Castleton (1½ miles off Rt. 9, South of 9 & 20 Jct.)
~HANNIGAN~ James and Kasey Hannigan III proudly announce the birth of their daughter ALLISON MARIE. Allie was born July 25, 2011 at Albany Medical Center weighing 7 lbs. and 3 ozs. and 20” long. Allie is the first grandchild for James and Debra Hannigan, Jr. and eighth grandchild for Vincent and Johanna Flanigan.
The following local residents began their first year at Saint Michael’s College this semester: Lauren Osterhoudt, daughter of Reginald Osterhoudt of Rensselaer, graduate of Taconic Hills High School and Michaela Burns, daughter of Joanne & Michael Burns of Troy, graduate of Troy High School.
Kudos to the Averill Park Fire Dept. for their quick response to my home and the neighbors on Glass Lake during Hurricane Irene. We are so thankful to have welltrained dedicated volunteers. God bless you and your families. Jeanne Stinson
NOW THAT SUMMER’S OVER, WATCH FOR OUR DELICIOUS HOMEMADE SOUPS & HEARTY MEALS” READY TO EAT! THIS
Meats & WEEK! • Split Pea with Smoked Ham • Corn Smokehouse
Chowder • Baked Lasagna with meat Your Hometown Butcher STUFFED BOTTOM ROUND DELI OR EYE ROUND GREEN PEPPERS SPECIALS STEAK $2.99 LB. $3.99 LB. CENTER CUT BONE-IN
STEW CHICKEN CAPRI OR CHICKEN BEEF $3.99 CORDON BLEU $3.99 LB. LB.
LOCAL RESIDENTS ENTER SAINT MICHAEL’S COLLEGE
PORK CHOPS/ BONE-IN COUNTRY STYLE RIBS/BONE-IN PORK ROAST $2.79 LB.
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4 Bench Jewelers on Premises 1629 Columbia Turnpike, Schodack Open Tues-Fri 10-6; Sat 9-3; (Never on Sunday)
FRESH INVENTORY ARRIVING DAILY!!
If yyou’re ou’re or looking ffor a cloud with a silv er silver lining, You’re out of luc k luck (It just got scrapped)
LOL Amer. Cheese.......$3.99/lb. Wunderbar Bologna..$2.99/lb. Boiled Ham.................$2.99/lb. Rt. 66 Roast Beef..........$6.99/lb.
VENISON PROCESSING CENTER 195 Main Ave., Wynantskill Smoked & Fresh Meats & Poultry Hours: Monday-Friday 10-6, Saturday, 9-5, Sunday, 10-3
Sales Valid Thru 9/22/11
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NO. GREENBUSH KIWANIS INDUCTS NEW MEMBER
The North Greenbush Kiwanis Club has another new member, Barbara McKinley. She was inducted by President, Jude Ethier. The Kiwanis Club would like to thank North Greenbush I.D.A. and Hewitt’s Garden Center for their donations which made the flower planters around town possible.
GARAGE & BOOK SALE TO BENEFIT PETS Pet Care Community Volunteers will hold a Garage & Book Sale to Benefit Pets on September 24th at Karens Kreations, 381 Saratoga Street, Cohoes. Donations to sell welcome.
TEXAS HOLD’EM Chandler Young VFW on RT 20 and Lyons Lake Road in Nassau will hold a Texas Hold’em on Saturday, September 17th. Doors open at 5PM and play begins at 6PM. For more information, call Claudia at 423-5957 or Charlotte 766-3970.
Health yP et Center Healthy Pet “The Place for Pets & Their People”
INSTANT OCEAN ! WOW SEA SALT 50 gal. bag Sale $14.99
CADET DOG TREATS
Our Low Price
PRE BAGGED, 1 LB ASST. Bully Sticks & Tracheas 1lb...
Stop in and buy a “Hot Ticket” Item and receive raffle tickets for our drawing!! 00 $ 100 ficate Gift Certi
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** Sales Valid Sept. 15- Sept. 21, 2011 283-4027 • Mon-Fri 9-7; Sat 9-5; Sun 10-5 237 North Greenbush Rd. (Rt. 4)
Published on Sep 14, 2011