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“It’s so hard to find a good mechanic you can trust”, said a customer in the waiting area. The woman had been taken advantage of with a car repair she had the week before at another repair shop in Clifton Park. If you could see the cob job that had been done to her TH car and the price she paid, you would be appalled and 729-2263 • 56 Old Miller Rd, East Greenbush disheartened as she was. As consumers, we are at the mercy of whomever we bring our vehicles to for repair. I find this especially true as a woman. Nestled on Old Miller Rd. in East Greenbush you will find a family of mechanics that you can trust. Three generations of Reilly’s work together, Jay (referred to as Sr.), JJ (his son), who are both ASE Certified, and Paul Mahar (Jay’s grandson). In the front office/waiting room you will meet Pat Reilly (Jay’s wife) who has more knowledge of L to R: 3 Generations - Jay Reilly, JJ automobiles than most trained Reilly and Paul Mahar mechanics. J&J Reilly Automotive was founded in 2004. The business has grown and grown since then, as the word spread that the work performed there is of the highest quality, they never do unnecessary repairs and is a place you can bring your vehicle with confidence that you will not be ripped off. It’s worth shopping around for pricing when having work done on your vehicle. With more and more chain shops moving into the area, it’s easier to end up spending way more than you need to. J&J Reilly Automotive offers the best pricing in town for exhaust systems, tune-ups, suspension, brakes, oil changes, detailing, free diagnostics, replacement or rebuilt transmissions and engines. All their work is guaranteed and they will beat any competitor’s price. They also offer free coolant and battery testing. With summertime coming, keep in mind that J&J Reilly also offers free AC testing and are AC certified in repair not just recharging your system. As a family, you will find the Reilly’s to be very charitable. Before Thanksgiving, they collect frozen turkeys to donate to needy families. Before Christmas, they collect unwrapped new toys for needy children. Their generosity seems to be unending. It’s really very refreshing to see. Did you know that you can save having to replace your fuel pump if you make a practice of keeping your gas tank more than half full at all times? You can learn a lot of money saving tips sitting in their waiting room. Basically “good old common sense” is what you will find there. If you are in need of front brake pads you are “in luck”. The luck ‘o the Irish that is! On Friday, March 16th only, the Reilly’s are offering front brake pads (including labor and parts) for only $77.77!! If you take advantage of the brake special, you can also have a synthetic blend oil change and filter for only $7.77!! Please make an appointment by calling 729-2263.


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Anthony Wilding, owner of the villa, played by Steven Keller of Averill Park hears complaints from Lady Caroline Bramble, played by Katie Hayden, of Albany about the ancient plumbing in Circle Theatre Players upcoming production of Enchanted April directed by Val Kavanaugh and Sue Frost. Escape to Italy where love blossoms, friendship grows and unexpected love takes root. The play runs March 16, 17, 23, and 24 at 8pm and March 18 and 25 at 2:30pm. Tickets are $16 and under 18 $10. The Sand Lake Center for the Arts is located at 2880 NY 43, Averill Park, NY. There is plenty of free parking. As a special dinner/theater opportunity, enjoy a 3 course meal at the Arlington House, West Sand Lake, at 6pm with the play at 8pm for $35. To make reservations, call 518-674-2007 or visit

JONES STUDIES ABROAD THROUGH MARIST PROGRAMS Abigail Jones, of Troy, is spending the spring semester studying abroad in San Jose, Costa Rica, through a program run by the International Programs office at Marist College. Jones is a Junior Environmental Science & Policy/Science Emphasis major and graduate of Doane Stuart School.


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STUDENTS NAMED TO COLLEGE OF SAINT ROSE DEAN’S LIST for FALL 2011 The College of Saint Rose in Albany, N.Y., announced that the following local residents were among 848 students named to the Dean’s List for the fall 2011 semester: Kristin Bent of Wynantskill, Tiffany White of Rensselaer, Nourah Alsheweir of Rensselaer, Cassondra Chapko of Valley Falls, Malana Jojo of Melrose, Brianna Ryan of Valley Falls, Hannah Linden-Darrow of Sand Lake, Kaitlyn Tate of Eagle Bridge, Aerica Fredricks of Troy, Amanda Czech of East Greenbush, Devon Wade of Troy, Kristin Cobb of Rensselaer, Aye Myo of Rensselaer, Jocelyn Justiniano of Troy, Sarah Middleton of Hoosick Falls, Thomas Bennett of Troy, Kerrin Moon of Troy, Stefanie Green of Troy, Sydney Bashford of Troy, Leah Hyldelund of Troy, Krystie Beale of Rensselaer, Zhaleh LaLiberte-Lavasani of Troy, Katie O’Bryan of Wynantskill, John Gezzo of Troy, Lindsay Bonesteel of Troy, Adrianne Purtell of Troy, Danielle Varcasio of Troy, Justine Brathwaite of East Greenbush, Mackenzie Gibbons of Johnsonville, Kara Sheldon of Rensselaer, Daniel Cobbins of Troy, Margaret Allen of Rensselaer, Amanda Oligny of Stephentown, Marissa Kilkenny of Troy, Leanne Barscz of Troy, Janet Glaude of Troy, Raven Short of Troy, Annie Delano of Schaghticoke, Elizabeth Mullin of Rensselaer, Phillip Giarrusso of Stephentown, Stephanie Clowe of Wynantskill, Jessica Pipino of Schaghticoke, Jeffrey Williams of Rensselaer, Christine Baumeister of Wynantskill, Kristen Ernest of Sand Lake, MacKenzie Burke of Rensselaer, Daniella DeRose of Wynantskill, Alexandria Devine of Cherry Plain, Carina Mahar of East Greenbush, David Bowen of Rensselaer, Alexandra Kline of Castleton, Rachael Spica of East Schodack, Courtney Bigness of Rensselaer. Full-time students who complete a minimum of 12 credit hours and achieve a semester grade-point average of at least 3.5 with no grades of D, F, Incomplete or Pass/Fail are eligible for inclusion on the Dean’s List.



Monday, March 26th, from 7pm-8pm. Educational seminar about a home-based alternative to nursing home care. Held by telephone conference call - participate from home. Speaker: Barbara Cataldo, Lead Regional Resource Development Specialist, NHTD Waiver Program. Open to families caring for loved ones 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 694-3511.

The following area residents were named to the Dean’s List at SUNY Cortland for the Fall 2011 semester: Jeffrey DeLisle, a senior Kinesiology major from Castleton, Jessica Lee, a senior Health Education major from Castleton On Hudson, Brittany Celeste, a senior Early Childhood/Childhood Education major from East Greenbush, Matthew Curtin, a sophomore Sport Management major from East Greenbush, Emily Rowse, a junior Communication Studies major from East Greenbush, Amani Wynne, a sophomore Sport Management major from Rensselaer, Lauren Abbott, a freshman New Media Design major from Troy, Alyssa Casale, a senior Early Childhood/ Childhood Education major from Troy, Nicole Schafer, a senior Childhood Education major from Troy, Madelyn Weaver, a junior Physical Education major from Troy, Ryan Paris, a junior Sport Management major from Wynantskill. Honorees must earn a grade point average of 3.3 or higher on a 4.0 scale, while completing 12 or more credit hours of classes during the semester.







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SLCA PRESENTS KIM AND REGGIE HARRIS IN CONCERT Sand Lake Center for the Arts presents in concert Kim and Reggie Harris on March 10th at 8pm. Kim and Reggie Harris are dynamic and superbly talented traditional folk performers, whose captivating stage presence and unique harmonies has earned the respect and love of audiences throughout the US, Canada and Europe for over 30 years. They are unique in their ability to entertain audiences of any age and background as they blend their talents as singers, songwriters, educators, and interpreters of history and cultural advocates. Tickets are $16 and reservations can be made at 518-674-2007 or The Center is located at 2880 NY 43, Averill Park. There is plenty of free parking.

VAN RENSS. CHAPTER DAR MEETING The Van Rensselaer Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will meet at 10AM March 10th at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 146 First Street, Troy. A Program on Protocol and American Heritage: Candy Making in Colonial America will be presented. Bring a brown bag lunch. All are welcome. For more information about the DAR and eligibility, contact Regent Carol Haid at

SUNY CANTON STUDENTS RECOGNIZED FOR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT SUNY Canton students were recently recognized for their outstanding academic accomplishments for the Fall 2011 semester. To receive President’s List honors, full-time students must earn a semester grade point average (GPA) of 3.75 or higher on a 4.0 scale. For Dean’s List, full-time students must receive a GPA of 3.25. Part-Time Honors are awarded to students earning at least a 3.25 GPA on six to 11 credit hours. Among the students who earned honors for academics were: Brittany E. O’Connell of Hoosick Falls, a SUNY Canton Criminal Justice major made Dean’s List. Daniel W. Murdock of Rensselaer, SUNY Canton Emergency Management major made Dean’s List. David Alber of Troy, a SUNY Canton Management major made Part-Time Honors. Beth A. Donnelly of Troy, a SUNY Canton Bachelor of Science in Nursing major made Part-Time Honors. Donald C. Milos of Poestenkill, a SUNY Canton Criminal Investigation major made Dean’s List.

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HANDS ON SCIENCE ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN Fran Lasowski from the Let’s Talk Science Program will be at the Lansingburgh Branch of the Troy Public Library on Wednesday, March 14th, at 5:30PM. She will be assisting the children in creating silly putty and lava lamps as well as demonstrating how elephant toothpaste is made. This program is for children ages 7+. Please call the library at 235-5310 to reserve your spot. This program is free and open to the public. The Troy Public Library’s Lansingburgh Branch is located at 27 114th Street, Troy.

TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE TO SENIORS 60+ On Tuesdays, be picked up at your door by a pleasant professional driver. Arrive at the Rensselaer County Troy Senior Center and socialize with some of the nicest people you’ll ever meet, enjoy a homemade meal, nutritionally balanced and delicious. The suggested contribution for the meal is $2.50, no one is denied a meal due to inability to contribute. Why sit home and wait for the day to go by. Come to the Center and have some fun! For van transportation, call Michelle at 270-2734.

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BRUNSWICK HISTORICAL SOCIETY EXHIBIT Brunswick Historical Society exhibit, “Let’s go Somewhere and do Something” explores a segment of Brunswick Society in the 1950’s. It describes the Mr. and Mrs. Club of Sycaway and some of their activities. This was organized by the young post-war generation whose life style was very different from that of their parents. This exhibit also has many photographs, records from the Club and also several outfits which may have been worn by members. Please visit The Brunswick Historical Society at 605 Brunswick Road, Troy, NY 12180. Contact 279-4024 for hours of operation.

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TUTUNJIAN ASKS USPS TO RECONSIDER PLANNED CLOSING OF ‘BURGH POST OFFICE Rensselaer County Legislator Harry Tutunjian is asking the U.S. Postal Service to reconsider plans to close the Lansingburgh Post Office, saying the closure would unfairly inconvenience city residents. The postal service announced plans to close the post office, recently renamed the Martin G. Mahar Post Office after the former Troy mayor, later in 2012. The planned closure is part of a series of closures of post offices and postal facilities throughout upstate New York. Tutunjian said the closure of the ‘Burgh post office named after Mahar would be unfair because it would leave the city with only one post office, located on Broadway in the downtown. Closure of the post office would also hurt community identity in Lansingburgh and revitalization efforts in the area. “The closure of the Mahar post office in Lansingburgh would unfairly inconvenience city residents and take away an important part of the community’s identity,” said Tutunjian. “The post office on Broadway downtown does a solid job for customers. But a city like Troy, with a population of 50,000, deserves to have at least two post offices. Other neighboring communities have more post offices, and Troy residents deserve the same level of convenience,” added Tutunjian. “Forcing residents to travel greater distance for postal service is not going to help the post office in the long run and end up reducing their customer base at a time when they should working to keep and attract more business,” said Tutunjian. Tutunjian said he sponsored the resolution to help keep pressure on the USPS to reconsider the decision to close the Mahar post office in Lansingburgh. The resolution sponsored by Tutunjian requesting the USPS to reconsider closure of the Lansingburgh Post Office will be considered at the March 13 legislative meeting.

NRCS CONSERVATION PROGRAM SIGNUPS Now is the time for landowners, farmers, and forest land owners to apply for 2012 conservation program funding. EQIP - The Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) offers funding assistance in the form of engineered structures, such as manure handling facilities, and conservation practices such as grassed waterways. EQIP also includes several special initiatives such as organic production and high tunnels. Private forest land owners have opportunities to improve forest health and productivity under the woodland program focus area. HIGH TUNNEL New for FY 2012: Through the EQIIP Seasonal High Tunnel Initiative, NRCS will assist producers to extend the growing season for high value crops in an environmentally safe manner. NEW IN 2012 – MORE CAPS! CONSERVATION ACTIVITY PLANS CNMP – Comprehensive Nutrient Mgmt./ NMP – Nutrient Management/ Forest Management!/ IPM – Integrated Pest Mgmt./ Irrigation Water Mgmt./ Agricultural Energy/ Air Quality/ SPCC – Oils Spill Prevention/ and More! FOR FY2012 FUNDING ROUNDS – SIGN UP. CUTOFFS ARE SET IN FEB., MARCH, AND JUNE CALL FOR INFO. Applications for conservation programs are competitive and ranked based on national, state, and locally identified resource priorities, and their overall benefit to the environment. If you are interested in signing up for any of the above programs or would like additional information, please contact Eric Swanson, District Conservationist or Sheena Moore, Soil Conservationist at the Troy Field Office at (518)271-1740. Assistance can also be provided by the Rensselaer County Soil & Water Conservation District (518)271-1740, and in Albany County at the Soil & Water Conservation District (518)765-7923.



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Greetings to residents of the City of Troy. As a new member of the Rensselaer County Legislature, I am happy to provide constituents with a report on actions taken at the February 14, 2012 legislative meeting. The February meeting was my second monthly meeting since being appointed to the Legislature following my service as mayor. I appreciate the support shown to me since being named as legislator and look forward to serving Troy as a representative in the Legislature. Recognizing the need to trim taxpayer expenses and do more with less, I sponsored a resolution to allow the Troy Housing Authority to utilize county bid lists. This shared services approach will hopefully help reduce expenses for the THA and continue to encourage efficiency throughout county government. We also approved a resolution supporting statewide expansion of DNA testing, and were supported by the father of Arica Lynn Schneider, a Troy girl who was murdered and whose case was solved thanks to DNA technology. One issue that many constituents spoke to me about since my appointment involved the blackout of televised broadcasts of Knicks and Rangers games. The blackout was due to a contractual dispute between Time Warner and Madison Square Garden and meant fans were unable to watch games for nearly two months. Many fans told me of their disappointment at missing so many games, including the first games of Jeremy Lin of the Knicks and the strong play of the Rangers. I was upset because of the high prices paid by cable subscribers who expected these games to be part of their service. At the February 14 meeting, I sponsored a resolution calling for the Attorney General and other state officials to help resolve the issue. I was happy that just several days later, a tentative agreement was reached and games again broadcast. I was disappointed to learn First Niagara will close several bank branches, including the historic former headquarters of Troy Savings Bank on Second Street. The building is home to the Troy Music Hall, which is slated to remain open. I look forward to helping protect this historic and important structure. The next meeting of the Rensselaer County Legislature is Tuesday, March 13, 2012. Residents are welcome to contact me at the legislative offices by writing to the Rensselaer County Legislature, 1600 7th Avenue, Troy, NY 12180 or by e-mailing us via the official legislative website at

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY LIBRARY Computing Classes: Are you new to computers? Are you interested in learning more about the Internet, and social media? Do you want to know how to edit photos, or send a link via email? On the second Tuesday of every month, from 1:30—2:30, come to the library and learn how you can get the most out of your laptop, notebook or tablet. If you can, bring your laptop/notebook/tablet with you; we will have some computers available if you are unable to bring your own. Class is limited to 15 participants, so sign up in advance. Every month will focus on a different topic. Tell us what you are interested in knowing more about! The Needle Arts: Come knit with us! Join us every Thursday from 12:30 until 2:00, and every Monday from 6:00 until 7:30, for knitting/crocheting, and conversation. Tatters, spinners, and other needle crafters welcome, all skill levels welcome, chocolate chip cookies welcome, too. We have lots of donated yarn for making charity projects, too. Brunswick Community Library is located on 4118 State Highway 2 in Troy.

“CALLING ALL VENDORS” Brunswick Historical Society Flea Market to be held on Saturday, June 2, from 9AM to 3PM at the Brunswick Community Center, Hoosick Road (Rt. 7), in Center Brunswick is “CALLING ALL VENDORS”. Please contact Sherry Perpetua at 279-3325. Spaces available outside as well as limited inside.

QUESTAR III’S REGIONAL ODYSSEY OF THE MIND TOURNAMENT Questar III’s Regional Odyssey of the Mind tournament is being held Saturday, March 10th, at Rensselaer City School District. The tournament consists of 80 school teams from Rensselaer, Columbia and Greene County. Registration for the daylong competition begins at 7:30 a.m. and performances are from 8:20 a.m.-3:50 p.m. The awards ceremony will begin at 5:30 p.m. The competition includes teams from Averill Park, Brunswick, Catskill, Coxsackie-Athens, East Greenbush, Hoosic Valley, Ichabod Crane, Lansingburgh, Rensselaer, Schodack, Troy, Tech Valley and Wynantskill. St. Mary’s Academy, Doane Stuart, LaSalle Institute, and Susan Odell Taylor School for Children will also compete. Due to limited parking, shuttle buses will be available every 20 minutes from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Shuttles will be running to the CDTA parking lot on Route 4 and Carmela’s Banquet House on Washington Avenue. After 1 p.m., shuttles will also be making stops at Doane Stuart on Washington Avenue. Odyssey of the Mind mascot, OMER, will be appearing at this year’s program. Remember to bring your camera to take a picture with OMER! In case of inclement weather, the tournament will be held March 11. Please check local radio and TV stations for an announcement.

COLLEGE FINANCIAL AID GRANT for JUNE 2012 TAMARAC HS GRADUATES The Finance Committee of the Center Brunswick United Methodist Church announced that it will award $1000 to a student to be selected from the Tamarac High School Class of 2012. The money may be used for any type of expenses related to further education. Students do not have to belong to this Church or any other church or religion to be eligible for this award. Interested students must apply for this award no later than April 1, 2012. Application forms can be obtained from the school’s guidance department or directly from the Church. This award is given in memory of Harold and Mabel Keyes, whose last will and testament created the trust that provides the funding for it. Harold and Mabel were prominent members of the Center Brunswick United Methodist Church for many years. Mabel taught in the Brunswick schools that preceded Tamarac, and continued teaching Sunday School for many years after she retired. Through this award, her love of helping young people learn and grow will continue to reach the youth of our community. The Center Brunswick United Methodist Church is located at the intersection of Routes 7 and 142, just 3 miles east of Troy. For more information about the Keyes Education Award or other Church activities, contact the Reverend Arthur Hagy at 2799705 (office) or 279-4778 (parsonage). Applications will also be available at the Church and on the Church’s web site (

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MADSEN NAMED TO DEAN’S LIST AT HOFSTRA UNIV. Casey Madsen of Averill Park has been named to the Dean’s List for the Fall 2011 semester at Hofstra University located on Long Island, NY. Casey is a 2011 graduate of Averill Park High School and is the daughter of Linda & Howard Madsen.

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Gentlemen; The Ladies Auxiliary is having our annual “Cabin Fever Dance� March 24th at the American Legion Post #1489 Main Ave, Wynantskill from 7PM till 11PM. Doors open at 6PM and you can purchase tickets at the Post or from any Auxiliary member. Advance tickets sales are $7/Person or at the Door $10/Person. Admission includes: Music by: Roger & Lill. Bring your own snacks & food.





Classie Lassie Heat is holding a Texas Hold’em Tournament Fundraiser on March 24th at the Mountain View Firehouse. Doors open at 3:30PM. Tournament starts at 4PM. The cost is $40. Come show your support for these girls and at the same time having a great time. Any questions, please call Shaun at 788-2148.


STRONG IN THE BROKEN PLACES “A Theological Reverie on the Ministry of George Everett Ross.� Reflection on the wounds of Christ will frame our five week Lenten devotional on Tuesday nights this year. These LENTEN SOUP SUPPERS begin with a light meal, follows with casual discussion, and end with a brief devotion. The time of our gathering will be 5:45-7:00 p.m. Discussion will focus on these topics, addressed in the book. Please Come And Join Us On: March 13th (at Trinity) Wounded Head: Broken Thoughts - PLEASE NOTE ON THIS DATE; Instead of a “Soup Supper,� discussion begins at 5:45 p.m. and Trinity’s monthly “Family Dinner� follows at 6:30 p.m.; March 20th (at Gilead) Wounded Back: Broken Promises; March 27th (at Trinity) Wounded Heart: Broken Faith. If you need transportation to either Trinity or Gilead, please let us know by calling 674-5501. So come and join us as we gather together during the Lenten Season and share our thoughts and prayers together and become closer to Christ! ~Pastor Jim Hulihan

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EMPIRE NIGHTHAWKS TRYOUTS FOR 11th GRADE GIRLS The Empire Nighthawks Girls Basketball Organization is announcing tryouts for the 2012 girl’s AAU basketball season, for Juniors (16U). We are an organization established to teach girls basketball in a structured AAU Basketball program. TRYOUT Schedule: March 14, Wednesday, at Gardner Dickinson School, 25 East Ave, Wynantskill; 11th Graders 7:00 – 8:00 PM. 10th graders wishing to play up from 15U to 16U may be considered. Each player must register prior to tryouts ($20) and be prepared to pay the player participation fee of $250 if chosen. You can visit our web site at to obtain tryout information and a registration form. Other questions can be directed to Bob Durivage at

The 2nd Annual Bowl-a-thon Fundraiser in remembrance of Jason R. Vandeputte “Bucky� will be held on Sunday, April 1st, at Uncle Sam Lanes in Troy. Cost is $20 and includes bowling, shoes & pizza after bowling. AM Registration is 10:45 11:30AM and the AM Session is from 11:30 - 1:30PM; PM Registration is from 1:30 to 2PM and the PM Session is from 2PM to 4PM. Raffles and 50/ 50; Raffles will be drawn after the 2nd shift and you need not be present to win. If you’re not up to bowling, feel free to stop by and help support the cause! All are welcome! Proceeds from the Bowl-a-thon will go to the Adirondack Woodsman and this funding helps them send children to one of the 3 NYS Conservation Camps/Fishing Tournaments. Your support last year enabled 15 children to attend camp! For more information, call Art Whitney at 283-5403 or 4233598. RSVP by March 24th.

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BRUNSWICK HISTORICAL SOCIETY STILL TAKING ORDERS FOR MEMORIAL BRICKS There are still plenty of opportunities to order Memorial Bricks to be installed at the Veterans Memorial Park. If you are looking for a special memorial gift for someone, a memorial brick is a perfect solution. Any bricks purchased at this time will be in place before Memorial Day of 2012. Applications for the purchase of bricks are available at the Society Headquarters, the Town Hall or the Brunswick Library. If you have questions about the purchase of a brick or the installation, you may contact Wallace Renfrew at 272-1371 or call the Society during our hours of operation, Wednesday from 1-3 p.m. or on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Our phone number is 279-4024. These bricks are a wonderful way to remember a loved one, living or dead.

“SO YOU WANT TO PLAY POOL!” Rensselaer County ’s Troy Senior Service Center, 19 Third Street, Troy has a great Billiard Room and maintains three tables to polish your skills on. All this is free to you if you are 60 years of age or older. The Center is open 8:30AM to 3PM, Monday through Friday. You can play pool any time during open hours. Stay for a nutritionally balanced meal at noon and enjoy some super company. Call 270-5348 for more information.

GILEAD LUTHERAN CHURCH INVITES YOU TO WORSHIP! Gilead Lutheran Church invites you to come worship on Sundays at 11AM Worship and Communion with choir and organ. 10:15AM Sunday School. Gilead is located in the Town of Brunswick at the intersection of State Rtes. 7 and 278 (Brick Church Road. Pastor Rev. James Hulihan.

ROSARY TO OUR LADY OF FATIMA The monthly Rosary to Our Lady of Fatima will be said on March 13th at St. Michael’s Church on Williams Road.

HVCC STUDENTS NAMED TO WHO’S WHO Local college students studying at Hudson Valley Community College were recently honored by acceptance in Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. Those honored by Who’s Who include: James Carroll of Troy, who is studying in the Criminal Justice academic program. Chad Coumbes of Troy, who is studying in the Fine Arts academic program. Robbin Dzembo of Rensselaer, who is studying in the Individual Studies academic program. Tara Film of Troy, who is studying in the Business Administration academic program. Michael Fitzpatrick of Troy, who is studying in the Human Services academic program. Rebecca Harris of Castleton-on-Hudson, who is studying in the Business Administration academic program. Melissa Hennessy of Rensselaer, who is studying in the Early Childhood academic program . Alyssa Jefferson of Troy, who is studying in the Chemical Dependency Counseling academic program. Themba Knowles of Troy, who is studying in the Broadcast Communications academic program. Kylie Lill of Rensselaer, who is studying in the Early Childhood academic program. Ian Lloyd of Troy, who is studying in the Criminal Justice academic program. Kaitlyn Lounsbury of Castleton-on-Hudson, who is studying in the Business Administration academic program. John Lyden of Rensselaer, who is studying in the Individual Studies academic program. Joseph Martterer of Troy, who is studying in the Theatre Arts academic program. Michael Montanino of Troy, who is studying in the Health Information Mangement & Technology academic. Alyxandra Norell of Troy, who is studying in the Individual Studies academic program. Chelsea Phillips of Rensselaer, who is studying in the Individual Studies academic program. Christopher Strom of East Greenbush, who is studying in the Engineering Science academic program. Alexandria Wachunas of Schaghticoke, who is studying in the Early Childhood academic program. Eileen Willie of Wynantskill, who is studying in the Business Administration academic program. Students were chosen by a campus nominating committee for this honor based upon academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities and continued potential for success.

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As legislative representatives of District 3, including the towns of Brunswick, Pittstown and Schaghticoke, we are happy to provide our constituents with a report on actions taken at the February 14, 2012 legislative meeting. We are proud the Legislature recorded a savings of more than $140,000 during 2011. The savings are due to many cost-cutting measures employed during the previous year, including reduction of positions, minimizing employee raises well below the cost of living, and avoiding costly equipment upgrades. The savings in 2011 follow savings of $129,000 in 2010 and a savings of $160,000 in 2009. Along with the savings in our legislative offices, we are proud to have achieved a savings of $900,000 over three years thanks to a comprehensive rebid of the county’s insurance policy. The Legislature joined to support a resolution calling for expansion of the statewide DNA database to ensure the latest technology is used for justice. The State Senate and Governor Cuomo are supportive of the expansion, and action is pending in the Assembly. The Legislature also heard from Paul Schneider, whose daughter Arica was murdered and case recently solved by DNA technology. Continuing efforts to reduce costs, we approved a resolution asking the state for counties to have the opportunity to optout of Medicaid services not required by the federal government. The opt-out, if granted by the state, would not affect the basic services provided to Medicaid recipients while creating an opportunity for savings. The Legislature adopted a resolution noting the retirement of Jerome K. Frost as Public Defender for the County. Jerry was a member of the Public Defender’s office for nearly two decades and represented defendants in some of the biggest criminal cases in the county. Legislators also approved use of state grants to help provide maintenance of snowmobile trails in areas of the county. The trails help increase tourism, and also help protect private property and farmland. Speaking of farmland, the Legislature also approved a resolution starting the review period for Agricultural District 6, which includes many properties in southern Rensselaer County. Tom Walsh was also appointed to the county Soil and Water Conservation Board. The next meeting of the Rensselaer County Legislature is Tuesday, March 13, 2012. Residents are welcome to contact us at our legislative offices by writing to the Rensselaer County Legislature, 1600 7th Avenue, Troy, NY 12180 or by e-mailing us via the official legislative website

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380 N .Gr eenb ush Rd • Tr o y ~ 283-1166 N.Gr .Greenb eenbush Empties for Animals" Campaign To Run All Year! Goldstein Auto Group Helping Mohawk Hudson Humane Society ALBANY, NY (02/29/2012)- What started out to be a Super bowl campaign to benefit The Mohawk Hudson Humane Society has snowballed into a year round program for The Goldstein Family Auto Group, Thanks to the hundreds of donations of cans and bottles The Goldstein Family Auto Group has received from the community, coupled with the MHHS 125th Anniversary, Goldstein Auto is committed to continuing their part of the campaign year round. Since coming on board, The Goldstein Family Auto Group has set up depositories in each of their four dealerships to help collect cans and bottles from patrons, staӽ, and families, wanting to help the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society in Menands, New York. The cans and bottles turn into dollars for the organization to help care for and place the animals they have at the shelter. "Our Goal for the 125 Anniversary is to encourage the community to help collect 1,562,500 which would translate into $125,000 to MHHS. " said Stefanie Goldstein, a principal in the Goldstein Family Auto Group and daughter of President Alan Goldstein. "This is only 637,500 more bottles and cans than last year. If everyone continues the momentum we have had already, we can do it!" Last year the Society's "Empties for Animals" program generated over $74,000 in revenue. Individual members of the community, school groups and other organizations dropped oӽ more than 925,000 cans and bottles. Volunteers sorted all those bottles and cans based upon the originating distributor, which in turn generated 8 cents per can/bottle instead of the regular 5-cent redemption fee paid at stores. Monies from the programs were used to benefit the more than 6,500 animals cared for by the Society in 2011. "As an added incentive The Goldstein Family has commissioned our trucks and drivers to make pick ups from around their area neighborhoods, restaurants, schools, event destinations, anywhere they need us to" added Stefanie. "If everyone who does not save their recyclables currently starts saving them, we can make a huge diӽerence." With Earth Day just a few months away, weekly totals received at all Goldstein Auto locations will increase as the group does plan to participate in "A Billion Acts of Green" one of the Earth Day organizations April programs. They are using the power of their advertising, website, facebook page and show rooms to spread the word to recycle and help save abandon, elderly and abused animals rescued and cared for by The Mohawk Hudson Humane Society.

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Now Offering... •Boarding •Grooming •Allergy Care •Laser Care •Agility Training ...and much more. Purrfect Companions is a non-profit, all volunteer rescue organization. We are always looking for good volunteers to help with the kitties or assist at our adoption clinics. If you’d like to donate a little time to these worthy animals, please give us a call at 463-8709. Our adoption clinics are held 12:30-4:00 most Saturdays and Sundays at Petco, Northway Mall, Albany NY. Stop by and see some of our other kitties! We may have one that is just “PURRFECT” for you!

High Honors – 90 and above: Grade 9 – Michael Ainsley, Alyssa Anthony, Rachael Apfel, Joseph Benevento, Macie Bentley, Lindsay Buell, McKenzie Bump, Mark Cardinoza, Shaun Carpenter, James Carpentier, Vincent Caruso, Victoreya Chenette, Alyssa Clairmont, Sara Craft, Andrew D’Alleva, Zara Davis, Andrea Debboli, Sarah DeGenero, Michaela Derderian, Leah Dorresteyn, Samantha Doscher, Abby Driscoll, Monica Dushensky, Tiffany Dwyer, Ryan Fahrenkopf, Hannah Filuta, John Finelli, Steven Fiske, Katelynn Flick, Lilia Flynn, Camaryn Franchi, Daniel Fratianni, Benjamin Fudge, Izabella Gelder, Wendy Glasser, Nicholas Hastings, Kortney Haupt, Kelsey Head, Jacob Henricks, Jessica Heritage, Allison Hillenbrandt, Samuel Holden, Elizabeth Howard, Bridgit Hrubecky, Jenna Hull, Sydney Hurley, Caitlin Jansson, Rachel Kearns, Elizabeth Kempter, Matthew Ketzer, Maia Klippert, Jacob Koch, Katherine Kowalczyk, Emily Kreuzer, Alexandria Lambright, Jena LaMontagna, Elizabeth Lannigan, Matthew Lanoue, Taylor LaPorta, Rebecca Lenseth, Morgan Lewis, Gina Lincoln, Alyssa Lindeman, Jarid Lucier, Lexy Lynch, Brittney Mack, Kathleen Mai, Sarah Malenfant, Collin Malone, Jenna Masters, Larkin McNamara, James McPartlin, Hannah Middleton, Olivia Mihalko, Jillian Morelli, Chelsea Morgia, William Murphy, Paulina Murray, Alicia O’Brien, Emily Oliver, Christie Olson, Kevin O’Neill, Andrew Pattenaude, Audrey Pitcher, Samuel Quinones, Stephanie Radley, Victoria Ranken, Tanner Reed, Alexis Reed, Emma Reinisch, Emma Reitano, Tristan Retzke, Patrick Rogers, Connor Rollins, Alexis Sanchez, Daniel Sanchez, Caroline Silver, William Simard, Phoenix Smith, Charli Spiegel, Samantha St Germain, Joshua Teal-Gamble, Samantha VanBuren, Lauren VanRoy, Patrick Wellington, Bailey Willis, Luke Willson, Caraline Wood, Lauren Wood, Kathryn Ziegler. Grade 10 – Matthew Ainsley, Christopher Arnold, Jarred Austin, Rebecca Beaudette, Emily Bond, Nina Bruzdzinski, Patrick Bryans, Elizabeth Bubie, Eric Bush, Madeline Carpenter, Halla Carpinello, Bryan Carr, Evan Carrier, Samantha Clark, Wesley Clayton, Darby Clobridge, Katelyn Coffey, Shay Collins, Hailee Criscione, Brittany Dearstyne, Emma Dickinson, Kelly Donnelly, David Engwer, Kyle Ernest, Logan Fahrenkopf, Anthony Ferritto, Jeremy Flint, Nathan Glanton, Noah Glanville, Asdis Griggs, Allison Hacker, Emily Halpin, Amanda Harrington, Stephen Hayes, Gregory Hayner, Emily Heier, Allyson Holland, Abbey Hollister, Christopher Hough Deane, Macauley Hoyt, Laura Hynes, Brent Jones, Elizabeth Karam, Ashley Kerwin, Thomas Kiely, Jacqueline Kindlon, Courtney King, Julianna Kolakowski, Emily Lawrence, Eric Leith, Sarah Lossi, Riley Ludwig, Lauren Lyons, Fiona Lyons, Lewis Masella, Lisa Mason, Abigail McClory, Alexander McIntyre, Jessica McMillen, Sarah McTague, Gregory Meyers, Isabella Morizio, Padraic Morrissey, Richard Mosall Jr, Chelsea Mullen, Mackenzie Nitz, Michaela Omecinsky, Margaret Pasanen, Alexandria Perry, Jessica Powers, David Pugliese, Corey Radzyminski, Matthew Reasor, Megan Regan, Matthew Regan, Chad Reid, Thane Reilly, Benjamin Reinisch, John Riegert, Anna Scherer, Eric Scott, Krista Seeberger, Eric Snyder, Alicia St Germain, Nicholas Teal, Maximillian Tessitore, Kyle Thibeault, Joseph Toth, Jordan Tymeson, Abbey VanAlstynePonce, Devin VanDervoort, Samara Vermilya, River Ward, Sean Willie, Holly Winkelhake, Samuel Winkley, Joanne Yeung. Grade 11 – Joshua Austin, Christine Beberwyk, Samantha Bedell, Matthew Bornhorst, Peter Brucato, Katielynn Canavan, Glenn Carreau, Megan Coleman, Frank Cone, Emilie Coutin, Aiden Coutin, Kevin Curtin, Olivia Day, Avery Dorresteyn, Marissa Doscher, Megan Driscoll, Claire Everett, Madeline Falco, Molly Falco, Emily Filuta, Benjamin Fisher, Kristi Fudge, Cassandra Garzione, Alana Gerus, Chandler Gibbons, Emily Gicewicz, Leah Gill, Joshua Glasser, Mark Goodall, Emily Gudewicz, Angela Halse, Conner Hasbrouck, Michael Hayes, Adam Heisig, Nathaniel Hellman, Mary Hitchcock, Emily Hollinger, Kristen Hook, Katherine Imbierowicz, Brandon Jensen, Peter Kowal, Emily Kronau, Julia Kruegler, Carrie Lang, Hannah Leffler, Jenna Lynch, Robert Madsen, Cody Martucci, Savannah Mason, Gregory McClellan, Alissa McGee, Paul McKee, Allan McNeil, Matthew Miller, Carlee Miller, Elaine Montes, Claire Morris, Aaron Mosher, Brittany Noland, Haley Oryell, Paige Raposa, Shawn Roberts, Amanda Rockefeller, Christine Roy, Nicolette Rudolph, Morgan Rush, Elaina Ryan, Lydia Sharp, Christopher Shaw, Jeremy Snyder, Jacqueline St Pierre, John Sweet, Andrew Tario, Rachel Van Vleck, Raisa VanAlstyne-Ponce, Daniel VanRoy, Emily Vicedomine, Nicholas Wait, Kaitlyn Walsh, Jennifer Waterbury, Christopher Whitman, Julia Wicks, Rudy Winkler, Samantha Ziegler. Grade 12 – Laura Allen, Elizabeth Angrisano, Megan Armlin, Cathrine Bell, Michele Benevento, Jennifer Blessing, Ashley Bloomfield, Andrea Bond, Evealise Boughton, Laura Buell, Joann Burridge, Ryan Carpenter, Jonathan Carroll, Caroline Casey, Tyler Chartrand, Michaela Childs, Margaret Collins, Christopher Conway, Kaitlyn Coon, Meghan Cronin, Dustin Dacier, Laura Daigle, Laura Debboli, Alexa Dragonetti, Randall Feldhusen, John Filuta, Krista Fitzgerald, Lindsay Fitzpatrick, Jessica Galipeau, Jessica Gallerie, Amie Gammel, McKenna George, Hannah Glanville,

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Dining & Entertainment


The Va lley Falls United Methodist Church, 16 State Street, will hold one of its Super Souper Suppers on Sunday, March 11th, from 4:30 to 6:00 pm. Featured will be a wide variety of soups, plus bread, muffins, drinks, and dessert for only six dollars – children under 6 free. Tickets are available at the door. The church is handicapped accessible. For tickets and information, call 753-6053 or 753-6028 or check our website at www.valleyfallsunited



Melrose United Methodist Church, located at 20 Church Street in Melrose, will host a Lasagna Dinner on Saturday, March 10th, at 5PM; take-out available at 4:30PM. Dinner includes: Salad, Bread, Dessert and Drink. Cost is $8/ Adults, $4/Children 4-10 and Children under 4 are free. For reservations, call Donna Stannard at 694-6229.


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“ST. PATRICK’S DAY” SPECIAL DINNER On Thursday, March 15th, the Nutrition Department will hold its monthly special dinner at noon at the Rensselaer County’s Troy Senior Service Center, 19 Third Street. Dinner will consist of Corned Beef & Cabbage. Be sure to join us at 11:00 am for a good time as we celebrate with entertainment by Steve Iacketta. Our wonderful complete lunch is available to all Rensselaer County Seniors age 60 and older every weekday for a suggested contribution of $2.50. Call 270-5349 to make your reservations.

HAM & TURKEY DINNER FAMILY STYLE CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE SUPPER The Brunswick Grange will hold a Family Style Corned Beef & Cabbage Supper on Thursday, March 15th, from 4PM to 6:30PM. Our Grange hall is located in Center Brunswick at the corners of RT 7 and RT 142. Cost is $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12. Takeouts are available. Reservations need to be made at 279-9113 by March 10th.

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CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE DINNER Eagle Mills Christian Church (Disciples Of Christ) 1 MAPLE AVE., Corner of Route 2 & Maple Avenue in Troy/Eagle Mills, will host a Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner on March 3rd from 4PM to 6:30PM. Cost is only $9.00 - $5.00 kids under 11. Menu includes: Corned Beef, Cabbage, Potatoes, Vegetables, Rolls, Dessert and Beverage. Presenting...The Lawson Group playing traditional music from Ireland. Dine-In or Take-Out. For information, please call 518279-1588.

The Pleasantdale Volunteer Fire Department will be holding our Sunday, All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast from 8AM to 11AM on the following dates: 3/18, 3/25, 4/15, 4/22, 5/20 and 5/ 27. Cost is $6/Adults, $3/Children 6 to 12 years and Free for children under 6 years. Please come join us.


Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, North Troy at 3rd Ave. and 111th Street will sponsor an All-You-Can-Eat Ham and Turkey Dinner with Potatoes and Vegetables, Garden Coleslaw, Dessert and Beverage for a cost of $7 on Saturday, March 10th, from 4:30PM to 6:30PM. The proceeds will benefit the church ministries and outreach programs. For more information, call 2373050.

CHICKEN & BISCUIT SUPPER Pittstown United Methodist Church will hold a Chicken & Biscuit Supper in the Church Hall, just off Route 7 in the village of Pittstown, on Saturday, March 24th, from 4PM to 6PM. Eat-In or Take-Out. Menu: Chicken & Biscuit with gravy, peas and carrots, coleslaw, cranberry relish, dessert & beverages. Price: Adults/$10; Children 5-12/$5; Under 5 are Free. Reservations Suggested, call Bev at 518-663-5607.

ANNUAL BLIZZARD CHICKEN BBQ The First Reformed Church will be holding their Annual Blizzard Chicken BBQ on Saturday, March 24th, with continuous servings from 4:00 – 6:30 p.m. The menu includes ½ BBQ chicken (with Clements’ Old-Fashioned BBQ Sauce), baked potato, vegetable, homemade coleslaw, rolls and dessert. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5.00 for children (5-12) under 5 are free and can be reserved by calling the church office at 283-4420. Takeouts will be available. The church is located on the corner of Church St. & Main Ave. in Wynantskill. Proceeds will benefit the Scholarship Fund for our youth to attend summer camp.


Holiday Shopping Guide ST. PATRICK’S DAY CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE DINNER The Grafton Volunteer Fire Department, along with the Grafton Ladies Auxiliary will be holding a buffet style Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner on Sat., March 17th, from 4pm to 8pm at the Grafton VFW/Fire Hall on South Rd. Cost: Adults/$9.00, Kids 12 & under/$4.00, Kids 5 & under/Free. We look forward to serving the community and hope you can join us!


On Thursday, March 15th, at 6pm enjoy the annual St. Patrick’s Day benefit dinner for the Sand Lake Center for the Arts at the historic home of Ron and Barb ‘Mc’Berti, 42 Schumann Rd, Averill Park, NY. Our chefs Ron McBerti and Gene O’Langley will again prepare a meal of the best corned beef and cabbage this side of Ireland. Last year, the brownies disappeared so fast that we’re expanding our dessert offerings, so be sure to come and enjoy them along with some great company and live music provided by George Wilson and Bill Spence. Enjoy traditional fare, sing classic Irish tunes and mingle with friends. Reservations needed, $25 pp and BYOB. Call 518674-8363 or

“POT OF GOLD” RAFFLE & CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE DINNER American Legion, 111 Main Ave in Wynantskill will hold a “Pot of Gold” Raffle* and Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner on Sunday, March 11th, from 4PM to 7PM. Tickets are $7.50/Adults, $4.50/Children 5-12 and under 5 are free. (Alternate kid’s meal - Mac & Cheese with Hot Dog) Cash Bar available. Pre-order tickets by calling 285-0065 or Local delivery available within 2 miles of American Legion, pre-order only. Sponsored by North Greenbush Kiwanis Club *(NYS Scratch –offs, face value 50.00 & other “St Patrick’s” day goodies).

SAINT PATRICK’S DAY DINNER The Pawling Avenue United Methodist Church invites you to a Saint Patrick’s Day Dinner on Saturday, March 17th. Dinner will be served from 5PM to 6:30PM. The menu will be corned beef and cabbage, potatoes, vegetable, Irish soda bread, dessert and beverage. Adult meals are $10, meals for children 6 to 12 years old are $5 and meals for children 5 and under are free. For tickets and reservations, please call the church office at (518)273-6859. The Pawling Avenue United Methodist Church is located at 520 Pawling Avenue, Troy. Plan now to attend on March 17.

ST. PATRICK’S DAY DINNER The VFW Post 1938 in Valley Falls will be hosting an All-YouCan-Eat St. Patrick’s Day Dinner on March 17th from 4PM to 7PM. All are welcome.

The Troy Public Library is pleased to offer for a second time the popular program, “How to Trace Your Irish Ancestors Using Records in the United States,” at 11:00 am on Saturday, March 24th, 2012 at the Main Library. Are you trying to narrow down your ancestor’s origins beyond just “Ireland?” Lisa Dougherty, a volunteer at the National Archives and Records Administration and a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, explains where to look. Lisa will be available after the program, by appointment only, to offer genealogy advice and tips on your personal research. The program is free and open to the public, but please call the library at 274-7071 to register and/or to make your personal genealogy appointment. The library is located at 100 2ndStreet, Troy.

ST. PATRICK’S SPECIAL DINNER On Thursday, March 15th, the Nutrition Department at the Rensselaer County’s Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road, Grafton will hold its monthly special dinner at noon. This month’s theme will be “St. Patrick’s Day”. Menu will be: Corned Beef w/Mustard, Red Skin Potato, Cabbage, Whole Baby Carrot Garnish, Pineapple Juice, Rye Bread, Lime Gelatin w/Pears & Topping for dessert. Entertainment with Brian Zepal will begin at 11:00 a.m. Our wonderful complete lunch is available to all Rensselaer County Seniors age 60 and older every weekday for a suggested contribution of $2.50. Stop in for a complete monthly menu and activities calendar. Please call 279-3485 to make your reservations for lunch.

IRISH NIGHT at ST. HENRY’S St. Henry’s Church in Averill Park will be holding an Irish Night from 7:00 to 10:30PM on Saturday, March 10th, in the parish Community Room. For a price of only $10, you will get soda, snacks, an evening of entertainment by Frank Jacklitsch and friends and a chance to win door prizes. Beer, wine and food will also be available at reasonable prices. Due to state regulations, no outside alcoholic beverages can be brought into the event. Tickets can be purchased after all Masses at St. Henry’s, or by calling the Rectory at 674-3818.

SEE YOU AT THE BOOK NOOK! The Book Nook at Transfiguration Parish in Speigletown is open on Saturday, March 17th, from 9AM - noon with “buy one/get one free” specials on books authored by Andrew Greeley. Maeve Benchley, and all of the great selections of cookbooks and self-help books. Children’s books are also 6/$1 this month. We will be open again before and after the weekend Masses. Please drop off any donations at Transfiguration Parish any day between 9:00 and 3:00 pm (no textbooks or encyclopedias, please). Thank you for your continued support.

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CHANGES IMPACTING YOUR TAX RETURN THIS YEAR (NAPSA)-Three out of four taxpayers received a refund from Uncle Sam last year, averaging $2,805. This year’s amount should be about the same, thanks to a few major tax law changes expiring or added during 2011. Although your bottom line may change little, there are changes you should be aware of for this year’s tax return. “Unless lawmakers extend them, this will be the last year to claim several wellknown tax breaks,” according to TaxACT spokesperson Jessi Dolmage. “Take advantage of them while you still can. With 2012 being an election year, it’s anyone’s guess as to what changes could be in store for next year’s return.” Before you do your taxes, read this summary of the more notable changes that may affect your federal return this year.*The filing deadline is Tuesday, April 17, 2012, because April 15 is a Sunday and Washington, D.C., is recognizing Emancipation Day on April 16. Don’t use the later deadline as an excuse to procrastinate, though. When you rush, you’re more likely to make mistakes that could cost you money and time. Furthermore, filing, paying or providing information late will result in IRS penalties that have increased this year.*Your 2011 tax return could be your last chance to claim one of the credits for energy-efficient home improvements as well as deductions for tuition and fees, educator expenses, mortgage insurance premiums, and the option to include your state and local sales taxes paid as an itemized deduction (in lieu of state and local income taxes paid).*The Making Work Pay Tax Credit and Alternative Motor Vehicle Credit (unless it was a new fuel-cell vehicle) that you could claim last year have expired. The Making Work Pay Tax Credit was essentially replaced by the payroll tax holiday for 2011, which employees and the self-employed already received in 2011 paychecks through a reduction in FICA-OASDI Social Security taxes. Unlike the Making Work Pay Tax Credit, employees who benefited from the payroll tax holiday don’t need to claim it on this year’s tax return. *The amount of the Health Coverage Tax Credit decreased to 72.5 percent for qualified health insurance coverage received be-

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TALK ABOUT INVESTMENTS TO HELP PARENTS AVOID FRAUD (NAPSA)-Most children turn to their parents for financial guidance. Sometimes, however, it’s the parent who needs help. Older people are regularly targeted by fraud criminals because they have money, whether it’s retirement savings, home equity or steady forms of income. Experienced investors may also believe they’re too smart to be scammed. Research funded by the FINRA Investor Education Foundation shows, surprisingly, that financially savvy, self-reliant investors are more likely to be victims of fraud than those who are less knowledgeable.”Investors who are overconfident about their ability to spot a ‘great opportunity’ are less likely to ask for help and advice from others,” said Gerri Walsh of the FINRA Foundation. “And that’s exactly what fraud criminals want.” Adult children should talk to their parents about investment fraud and be sure they are familiar with the tactics that fraud criminals use, Walsh said.”Trick$ of the Trade: Outsmarting Investment Fraud,” a documentary produced by the Foundation and airing on public television stations, explains these tactics and the steps that investors can take to protect themselves. Free copies of the movie can be ordered on the Foundation’s fraud-fighting website, The website also offers information on how to check the background of a financial professional and the legitimacy of securities. “It may be hard for some people to talk about money,” Walsh said, “but getting your parents to come to you or someone else they trust for a second opinion before making an investment decision is a good way to avoid trouble.” It is a discussion Robert Kalinowski, a 25-year veteran of the Vermont State Police, wishes he had had with his father.The older Kalinowski was befriended by a financial advisor. The two would go to high school sporting events together-but the friendship was a ruse to steal $100,000 in an investment scheme.”I did not see this happening,” Kalinowski said. “I felt rotten. I was supposed to protect everybody...but I did not see this coming.”Checking the advisor’s registration to sell securities would have revealed that he was no longer licensed. The advisor was eventually charged with embezzlement and grand larceny but died before the trial.”No matter what, it can happen to anybody,” Kalinowski said. “They have to check before they invest their money, ask questions, ask the experts, do research. If it could happen to our family, it could happen to you.” tween March and December 2011. *If you converted a traditional IRA to a designated Roth IRA in 2010 or rolled over a qualified retirement plan to a Roth IRA, but did not report the taxable amount on your 2010 tax return (due April 2011), you must report half the amount on this year’s return and the other half on your 2012 return. Details are available in IRS Publication 575 at*Amounts for standard mileage, standard deductions, personal exemptions and the Alternative Minimum Tax have increased. Note that there are different standard mileage rates for miles driven before July 1 and after June 30. Details about all increases and other tax law changes can be found in IRS Publication 17.Online and downloadable tax preparation programs make navigating tax law changes easy. When choosing your software, Dolmage reminds you to carefully weigh your options, especially if you’re using a free solution. “Make sure it covers your tax situation. Many free federal products only cover simple returns, like Form 1040EZ returns. Most taxpayers need forms and schedules that are only included in overpriced solutions.” Dolmage says TaxACT Free Federal Edition is for simple and complex returns, including those with itemized deductions and income from self-employment, investments, rental properties and farms. TaxACT also includes free federal e-filing, guarantees for maximum refund and accuracy, and unlimited free tax help via e-mail.For more information about tax law changes, visit and taxinfo. Learn more about TaxACT Free Federal Edition at

TAKING CHARGE OF YOUR CREDIT CARDS by John A. Addison(NAPSA)-If you’re not careful, it can be easy to let credit card spending become the force that drives your finances. Fortunately, there are a few practical steps you can take to get back in control. Here are some tips from the financial experts at Primerica on when to put your credit cards away:After midnight. Your judgment may be off at this time of day, so it’s best to turn off the computer, put your card away and wait until morning.When you’re near your credit limit. Credit counselors advise staying away from even a couple of hundred dollars of your credit limit to avoid any negative impact on your credit score.When you get a notice that your rate will go up. You may be able to negotiate with your credit card company for the old rate, switch to a new company with a lower rate or avoid using credit altogether.You’re paying one card with another, habitually. If you’re bouncing your balance around from one card to the next, you should be aware that moving it around every six months or so may show up on your credit report. Also note that transfer fees have gone up to about 4 percent of your debt.If you don’t have a plan for paying it off. If you’re still charging more than you can pay off each monthwhich is another way of saying too much revolving debt-and don’t have a plan for paying it off, it may be time to get some help.Mr. Addison is Primerica’s Co-Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Primerica Distribution.

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Home Improvement Guide FRUSTR ATED? FRUSTRA Got Remodeling? OTTERBECK BUILDERS INC. Remodeling & Renovations UPSTATE NEW YORK’S PREMIER GARDEN AND FLOWER SHOW CELEBRATES 25 YRS. The Capital District Garden and Flower Show will celebrate its 25th anniversary by giving 14,000 visitors a preview of spring on March 23 - 25, 2012. The show will be held at Hudson Valley Community College in Troy, N.Y., just nine miles north of New York State’s capital city of Albany. Experts will give advice on a wide variety of gardening techniques during more than 50 featured lectures and workshops. The show will also feature a garden marketplace with 150 retail and craft vendors and will showcase more than 60,000 square feet of beautifully designed master gardens, educational exhibits and floral design competitions. The Capital District Garden and Flower Show’, a three-day event, will focus on landscaping and floral design for at-home horticulturists. The show will run Friday, March 23, from 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.; Saturday, March 24, from 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.; and Sunday, March 25, from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Admission is $10 for adults, and children under 15 are free. Group and two day rates are available. Partial proceeds from the show benefit Wildwood Programs. Wildwood enables and empowers children and adults with learning disabilities, autism and other neurologically based developmental disabilities to lead independent, productive and fulfilling lives. Wildwood serves individuals and families throughout the greater Capital Region. For more information, please call (518) 786-1529 or visit our web site at

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*WE RETURN CALLS!! EXTENSION OFFERS EVENING GARDENING CLASSES Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rensselaer County is pleased to offer the Gardening Through The Seasons Classes again this year. Each program will be held at the Extension Office at 61 State Street in Troy, starting at 7 PM. The classes include: “How To Make Tufa Stone Planters And Cast Leaves” on March 22; “Sorting Out The Scales And Needles – Plant Identification” on April 5; “Roses: You Can Grow Them” on April 12; “Terrariums: Miniature Worlds Under Glass” on April 26; and “Pest Management With The Environment In Mind” on May 9. For registration information, please call Marcie at (518) 272-4210 or email

Tamarac High School recently announced the Honor Roll for the second quarter. Students on the Honor Roll earned at least a 90% average of all courses with no course grade lower than 75% and no incompletes. Congratulations to all our students! 9th Grade: Thomas Becker, Sophia Bisceglia, Noah Blair, Hannah Bornt, Ryan Brantigan, Hunter Bricetti, Shanaya Bulmer, Kristin Connolly, Benjamin D’Aloia, Robert Delamater, Catlyn Donovan, Courtney Dreher, Eion Falance, Keltin Frederick, Emma Galvin, Hannah Gilchrist, Brittany Glogowski, William Heatley, Kerry Judge, Isaac Kautz, Brent Legenbauer, Jenna Long, Abbey McGrath, Donald Mckay, Madeline Montero, Taylor Muckle, Michaela O’Keefe, LeeAnn Owens, Anne Paone, Maya Sheffer, Jacob Spencer, Zachary Watkins and Deanna Wetmore. 10th Grade: Breana Caccioti, Maria Clemente, Anne Degeorge, Rebecca Derubertis, Elizabeth Dickinson, Ariana DiLorenzo, Andrew Eldred, Samantha Fontaine, Jillian Gavin, Megan Grimmick, Jacob Houser, Chelsea Kreiger, Christopher Lawrence, Zachary Lewis, Amber Masterson, Brianna Matazinsky, Brady McMurtry, Katelyn Milos, Alexandria Mitchell, Jessica Molesky, Matthew Murray, David Newell, Daphne Soleil Paz, Ashlea Raemer, Devon Rooney, Taylor Schneider, Jacob Schrom, Zachary Scott, Linda Sheeley, Kathryn Shufon, Danielle Stackrow, Taylor Sweet, Lee Vartigan, Edward Venditti and Colin Wilson. 11th Grade: Paige Bala, Sarah Becker, Alyssa Bonesteel, Alyssa D’Aloia, Kylie Farrell, Sean Griffin, Daniel Hart, Dylan Jones, Heather Kneeland, Taylor Lockrow, Rosemary Matala, Nicole Matthews, Rachael Murray, Evania Osepa, Arianna Schneider, Cierra Sweet, Brittany Teal and Kayla VanAlstyne. 12th Grade: Dayna Anderson, Dakota Bissell-Evans, Amber Bornt, Patrick Brearton, Mary Colaneri, David Connor, Christopher Costello, Audrey Downey, Victor Esposito, Tegan Fox, Cynthia Garcia, Robert Gilchrist, Derek Gould, Robert Hamm, Adriane Inman, Scott Lonergan, Kayla Mulqueen, Sean Ryan, Kelly Smith, Kelly Vest, Brandi Warner, Corina Waters and Veronica Weeks. Career Technology: Raychal Bariteau, Dillon Brust, Jessica Hubbard, Bruce Pelton, Josh Savaria, Gary Thrane and Cassandra West.

UALBANY ANNOUNCES DEAN’S LIST The following students were named to the University at Albany’s fall 2011 Dean’s List for outstanding academic achievement: Averill Park: Jordan Doyle, Ashley Haggerty, Alex Keefe, Paul Lachar, Andrew Nasman, Heather Rosch, Alex Sheldon. Castleton On Hudson: Samantha Allen, William Blendell, Paul Chipman, Scott Dunham. Castleton: Nicholas Barranca, Anthony Komaromi, Stephanie Racz. Cropseyville: Chelsea Baker. East Greenbush: Tyler Mowll, Steven Petrick, Sarah Sardella, Kevin Todd, Kelly Todd, Albert Yasus. East Nassau: Helen Noeth. Melrose: Caleb Barton, Allyssa Curley. Nassau: Patrick Brennan, Daniel Eick, Samantha Vandeusen. Poestenkill: Catherine Cooley. Rensselaer: Rochelle Bourque, Alexandra Briggs, Christina Chiusano, Gregory Cross, Brandi Foerster, Kara Gagliardo, Ryan Hall, Alexander House, Amy Kraus, Alexandra Merges, Lisa Reilly, Tiara Riebeling, Julia Tedesco. Schaghticoke: Justin Blasi, Christopher Longo, Kyle Pallozzi, Mark Smith. Troy: Kyle Abinales, Victoria Bass, Viktoriia Borsuk, Jamie Brinkman, John Chase, Amanda Clowe, Eric Conklin, Gabriella Degeneffe, Joseph Derubertis, Stephen DeRubertis, Chelsea Donnelly, Scott Fitzpatrick, Alexander Gallagher, Christina Kosier, Nicole Mackey, Derek Morrison, Joseph Pennisi, Erin N Pihlaja, Igor Pozdniakov, Edward Pratt, Melissa Pulcher, Priscilla Roel, Jessica Sage, Michael Scesny, Peter Schrom, Brittany Stark, Lauren Teal, Samantha Toews, Molly Worden, Elizabeth Young, Robert Browne, Laura Colaneri, Kaitlyn Curtin, Alyssa Hardy, Patrick Matolka, Patrick Roden. Valley Falls: Sheila Smith. West Sand Lake: Kyle Rogers. Wynantskill: Carlucio Sorriento, Luuk Visser, William Wade.



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Autos Wanted: Cash paid. Junk cars/trucks/vans. Free towing. No title needed. Fast, same day serv. John (518) 370-6166 or 768-3009

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SITUATIONS WANTED Aides/ nurse available F/T/ P/T/ 24 hrs. Affordable. Cleaning service also available. 203-8723

CHILD CARE Babysitting avail. Days your home or mine. Schodack. 336-4368 Childcare in my WSL home. 1 P/T, 1 F/T opening. Before/after school available. 674-3933 Lic’d, childcare Ress. Christian mom/nurse. 6 wks-12yrs. FT/PT. bef/aft. sch. Even/night care On bus route. Affordable. 227-1497

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BANKUPTCY Christian H. Dribusch 518-4361662 755 Columbia Tpke. E. Greenbush 12061 Free Consultations We are a Debt Relief Agency which helps people file for bankruptcy under the Bankruptcy Code Blue Goose Chimney Sweep Cert. Sweeping-Insp.-Repairs New FP dampers. Senior disc. Free est. 372-1664 BOOKKEEPING & PAYROLL Travel to your location, Siena Graduate, 20 yrs exp. 441-2210 BUILDING & REMODELING Call a professional, all phases of home improvement & remodeling int. & ext. Call Hawkeye 944-4997 BUILDING REPAIR Joe’s ceiling and walls repair, replace. Stucco, plaster, paint. Int/ext. Refs. (518) 390-9690 BURNETT CONSTRUCTION Brick, block, concrete, & chimneys Free estimates, 518-253-9563 or CHIMNEY CLEANING Chimney cleaning & repairs, wood stoves installed. Insured, experienced. Don Bradley 6742444 CLEAN-OUTS Specializing in residential and commercial clean-ups, attics, bs’mts, garages, estates, insured. Simple Solutions - Mark 283-6527 COMPUTER EXPERT Affordable computer repairs. I’ll come to you. Over 20 yrs exp. Tom 469-7029 DEBRIS REMOVAL Attics/ B’ment / Garage, Cons. cleanup. We take it all! 727-4068 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

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

JUNK CARS Fast cash. we buy junk cars/scrap Same day service. 285-1146 Dan

SEPTIC CLEANING Sand Lake Septic. Tanks cleaned, repair, new installation 674-3000

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

JUNK CARS WANTED $200- $500 for cars, trucks. Cash. Free pick-up. 365-3368

SEPTIC SERVICE Tanks cleaned, group rates avail. Call a neighbor! Gene 674-5223

FIREWOOD FULL CORD mixed hdwd, nicely dried,del. $225/cord. 488-1467

LANDSCAPING Lawn care, prop. maintenance, mulch, stone patios, 10% off spring cleanups. 817-8246

SEWING MACHINE REPAIR Household/industrial, all makes, tune-ups,parts, supplies 674-8491

FIREWOOD Mix hardwd $180/cd. Dry ash ready to burn $200/cd 279-1401

FIREWOOD Seasoned firewood, any quanity. $200 cord. 477-5823 461-2163

FLOORS Floating, hardwood, tile, refinishing. Ins. Free est. 3683716

FURNITURE REPAIR All types of wooden furniture repairs and new furniture. Cabinet door and drawer repair. 279-wood (9663)

GENERAL CONTRACTING Affordable kitchens, baths, remodels, HVAC, flooring, roofing, siding, finished basements, addditions. Free est. 378-6298

HANDYMAN , REMODELING and Carpentry services. Experienced. Careful attention to detail. Insured. Guaranteed int/ext. work. Call Ernie Mumford 669-4530

HANDYMAN Carpentry,masonry,flooring, rock, paint, repairs. Free est. 764-2679

LAWN CARE Offering reliable and affordable lawn care. New clients get 1/2 off their 3rd service. (518) 795-5388

LAWN CARE Spring cleanup,mow,trim,lawn rep free est, ins. 766-4824, 322-3296

LAWNMOWER REPAIR Most brands, used machines also, pickup & delivered. Mike Horowitz (518) 477-8378

MASONRY All phases, new and old. Fully insured. Call Shawn 577-0962

PAINT 1 All phases, wallpaper removed. Insured. Free est. 368-3716

PAINT 4 Seasons Painting & Contracting Lowest $$ Prices 727-4003

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

PAINT AA HAWKEYE. Call a professional. Int/Ext. painting 944-4997

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

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

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

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

HOME CARE SERVICES Seniors, children, disabled, hospice experience, excellent references, Amy 518-533-3818

PAINTING- INT. / EXTERIOR Reasonable, affordable rates. Exp. Fully ins. Free est. 491-8090

HOUSE CLEANING Reas. rates, senior discount. Organizing expert. Marie 4412960

HOUSE CLEANING Using Green cleaners. Call for price. Bonded. Jill 727-1342 HOUSECLEANING Free est., senior discount. No job too small. Valerie (518) 235-3294

HOUSECLEANING GLEAM TEAM. Res./Office. Over 34 yrs local exper. FULLYINSURED Gift certificates (518)477-7566 HOUSECLEANING Unique cleaning, 20yrs exp. prompt, depend. Eva 326-8712 HOUSECLEANING Will clean your home, reas. rates, exp., refs. Call Ken 915-1980

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

JOEYJUNK.COM Cleanouts, hauling, attics, basements, garages, dumpsters available, Fully ins. 892-6354

DRYWALL Best Drywall, Insul., hanging, taping, painting, ref., ins. 7664203

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

LAWN CARE Bob’s Lawn Service. Mow, spring clean-up, aerate, dethatch, overseeding. Professional and insured. Call for quote. 852-3436 “You grow it, we mow it”

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

SNOWPLOWING Poest./ AP/ SandLakes/ Greenbushes. 283-2331 STONE & DIRT DRIVEWAYS Repairs, Excavation, Ditching, Drainage. Stone & Gravel & Topsoil deliveries. Free est. insured. 258-4092/712-5332 STONE DELIVERED Small loads for driveways and muddy areas. (518) 479-4817 SURVEYING William Darling Land Surveyor. 279-9726 TELEVISION REPAIR Flat panel TV service. Exchange TV. 400 Columbia Tunrpike. 4821255 or 477-7123 TREE & LANDSCAPE SERVICE AMERICAN TREE New trees planted or replaced Hedge trimming & removal Scott @ 487-4944 or 202-6114 TREE SERVICE DJ Tree Service, 23 yrs. exp. Free est. Stump removal, ins. 427-1590 TREE SERVICE Brush, tree, shrub removal & trimming. Also small building demolition. Insured and experienced. Don Bradley Jr. (518) 674-2444 WE BUY HOUSES We are not realtors. 689-6400 WELL PUMP SERVICE Repairs and service. Call Jeff 461-5902 WELL PUMP SERVICE Residential/commercial, service & repairs (518) 283-2331 WINDOW CLEANING Ken’s Window Cleaning. Fully insured, commercial/ residential 40 year family exp. 766-4975

POOL RENOVATIONS Liner changes, repairs, concrete work, pumps & filters. Plumbing work 268-9764

Rainbow Vacuum Cleaners Sales/ service. New and reconditioned, free pickup. 877265-8367 Toll free.

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

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

ROOFING Specializing in architectural, 3 tab, metal, cedar shakes & repairs. Free estimate. Call 378-6298. ROOFING A&J Roofing, shingles, slate, rubber. Fully insured. Free est. (518)283-9094 ROOFING Roofing, siding, carpentry. Jim Nichols (518) 733-9022

LEGAL NOTICE Mindsnacks LLC. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY ("LLC") Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York ("SSNY") on 2nd day of September, 2009. Office location: Rensselaer County. Street Address: 428 Hays Road, Rensselaer, New York 12144. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY may mail a copy of any process to the LLC c/o Herzog Law Firm P.C., 7 Southwoods Boulevard, Albany, New York 12211. Latest date to dissolve: None. Purpose: to engage in any act or activity permissible under the LLC law.

LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF FORMATION OF UNCLE TAM ENTERTAINMENT, LLC, Office in Rensselaer Co. Articles of Org. filed with Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 2.22.2012. SSNY design. agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to: 38 Barrows Street #2, Albany, New York 12209. Purpose: any lawful act or activity for which limited liability companies may be organized under the LLCL.

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TWO CRUISES FOR CAUSES Two cruises with the Norwegian Cruise Line will sail out of NY in September 2013 on one of their newest ships, The Breakaway. The two cruises are to benefit the American Diabetes Association and The Wounded Warrior Project. Transportation can be arranged to NY and back... A deposit holds your cabin and the best cabins are chosen early. You have up to 75 days before sailing to cancel and receive your deposit back. If you would like more information on this fundraiser, email

BIRCHKILL ARTS AND CRAFTS GUILD MEETING The Birchkill Arts and Crafts Guild will hold its March 12th meeting at 10AM at St. Michael’s Church Hall, 175 Williams Rd. in Troy. Our guest craft instructor this month is Sue Somerscales. The program is Paper Creations, a flower and a greeting card. President, Joyce Forner (518-274-1196) will be accepting class reservation until March 8th. Group refreshments and socialization will follow. Bring your lunch and a cup, desserts and coffee/tea will be provided by this month’s hostesses: Linda Adams, Mary Genevive and Carole MacGregor. Guests and new members are always welcome.

ROSEY THE IRISH READING DOG Children ages five and up are invited to meet Rosey the Irish reading dog on Thursday, March 15th, from 3:30 to 4:30PM at the Main Library. Rosey loves to have children read to her. Please call 2747071 to schedule a 15 minute reading session with her.

High Honors – 90 and above: Grade 12 continued Amber Goodall, Darian Goyer, Alexandra Gustafson, Karli Guynup, E Charles Hacker, Meghan Hagerty, Elias Hayati, Ashley Hayes, Thomas Heritage, Nicholas Hess, Nicole Hoffay, Elizabeth Holland, Sarah Katz, Megan Keeler, Beverly Kemp, Connor Kopcho, Kristi Lachar, Paul LaMontagna, Sarah Laranjo, Brianna LaRegina, Bri-Annah Lashway, Benjamin Leffler, Emily Long, Kathleen Macari, Noah Madden, Julia Mai, Chelsey Marto, Nathan McCarthy, Joshua Mead, Bria Middleton, Victoria Moreau, Benjamin Nasman, Sarah Nuss, Kylie Ring, Elizabeth Robert, Maranda Rossi, Sivan Saati, Nicholas Seifridsberger, Kelsey Sheldon, Kevin Shepard, Alexandria Southard, Brigid Stegemoeller, Lindsey Sterantino, Rebecca Stroud, John Suloman, Gwendolyn Temple, Caleb Thompson, Jordan Towey, Alyssa Tozzi, Heather Vale, Colin Van Oort, Katie Vogel, Tabitha Vooris, Kayleen Warner, Rachael Wells, Alaina Yonkers, Rebecca Zaremba. Honors – 85 and above: Grade 9 - Jordan Bates, Allison Belcher, Ryan Bielawa, Lindsay Bryce, Jeremy Burns, Colton Butterfield, Rebecca Condes, Samantha Coonrad, Samantha Cooper, Jason Cretaro, Christian Dell, Skyler Elfeldt, Cody Ferra, Joshua Foust, Derrick Gardner, Justin Garzione, Louisa Germinerio, Ryan Hansen, Samantha Hanson, Myles Joyce, Connor Kasuba, Victoria King, Kyle Kozlowski, Autumn LaMora, Joseph Lettko, Brady Lindeman, Joshua Lionarons, Maria Malatesta, Kaitlin Meissner, Jesse Miner, Morgan Minkler, Emily Misnik, Morgan Monaco, Jordan Mosher, James-Thomas Murray, Donald Nalley, Madeline Novak, Caitlin O’Shea, Talia Pascucci, Dominick Pasquariello, Nicholas Plumley, Carly Rapello, William Rooney, Nicholas Scanu, Brian Scherer, Alexander Semegin, Nicole Shepard, Scott Shoemaker, Tyler Smith, Michael Streeter, Andrew Tatar, Elisha Thompson, Daniel Valentine, Michael Vest, Alyssa Weingartner, Sierra White, Stephanie Winchip. Grade 10 - John Ainsley, Allison Arsenault, Jacob Bates, Samuel Beaulac, Joshua Bedell, Desiree Carnibucci, Alexis Caswell, Jeremy Dagner, Randy Daley, Katherine DeWolf, Katelyn Easterling, Mia Eddy, Alexandra Edmans, Kaylee Farr, Kristina Film, Haley Film, Benjamin Glasser, Shelby Glasser, Samantha Golden, Connor Gray, Kayla Holmes, Nicholas Horton, Tyler Houser, Madison Huntley, Jonathon Jackson, Shannon Johnson, Kari Law, Patrick Mancino, Courtney McDowell, Jacob Mosher, Lily Nguyen, Sadie Olson, Maxine Oryell, Michael Owens, Micheline Pasinella, Steliana Philip, Jenelle Pinke, Brian Pohlmann, Sarinah Pond, Sean Ryan, Christopher Schlueter, Taras Semegin, Charles Sivaslian, Serena Solomon, Rocco Sorriento, Connor Strock, Liam Swiatek, Emelyn Vandenberg, Shane Walsh, Brandon Weaver, Timothy Yetto, Justin Zaremba. Grade 11 - Jenna Anthony, Enrique Arana-Gregory, Dillon Beddow, Ashleigh Beer, Jessica Bowen, Victoria Cahill, Mary Cardinoza, Megan Cardish, Sarah Caruso, John Chorwat, Lianna Crognale, Marissa Cylkoff, Brian Davis, Michael DeGenero, Alexa DeSormeau, Lauren DeVoe, Christy Dunn, Karyn Feener, Courtney Fennelly, Cierra Fernandez, Erin Gardner, Joseph Gilday, Tyler Gray, Michaela Hewitt, Maria Holland, Jenna Horton, Emily Horton, Seth Kittle, Gregory Kopache, Andrea Kronau, Matthew LaBounty, Nicholas Lewis, Morgan Lionarons, Alexandra Madsen, Amanda Mahoney, Gabrielle Mamone, Trevor Melius, Samantha Miller, Zackary Miller, Devin Mitchell, Tyler Moses, Alison Nunziato, Aileen O’Brien, Peter Quinones, Brian Reardon, Anna Rosenberg, Elizabeth Ryan, Samantha Scanu, Francesca Scattareggia, Travis Seeberger, Lyndsay Spallane, Zachariah Stevens, GianCarlo Toma, Nicholas Valenti, Tyler VanderBogart, Ava Welling, Jeffrey Winters, Daniel Woltmann, Amanda Zaremba, Lucas Ziegler. Grade 12 - Sierra Archer, Lorraine Beaudin, Paige Bennedum, Myranda Berner, Bridget Carney, Olivia Caron-Noble, Brittany Chapple, Ashley Craft, Branden Crosier, Michaela Crowe, Cara Danish, D’Auray Fisher, Samuel Frankel, Molly Fryer, Katelin Gagnon, William Haupt, Hector Hernandez-M, Christopher Hotaling, Alexander Ketzer, Charles Kimberling, Renee King, Nicole Kittel, Dylan Larkin, Joseph Marino, Makayla McCarty, Jenna Meissner, Aundrea Meka, Ryan Milkiewicz, Tyler Morgia, Molly O’Bryan, Jamie Ockenholt, Kiersten Ockenholt, Casidhe O’Connell, Philip Orsini, Brooke O’Shea, Brandon Pinho, Brooke Ryan, Dylan Sprague, Paul Streb, Jessica Swint Pabst, Spencer Wieland, Daniel Zipkin, Zachery Zipkin.

TWO FUNDRAISER BUS TRIPS Two Fundraisers, Two Bus Trips! *Call 271-8983 to Reserve!* • First Trip - Historic Boston - All money raised will go to Date: Saturday, March 31st; Price: $45pp (will also have $5- 50/50 on bus). Bus leaves Brunswick Wal-Mart at 7AM and leaves East Greenbush Wal-Mart at 7:20AM. Dropoff and pick-up at 6:30PM will be at New England Aquarium. *Discounted Aquarium tickets upon request (must order by 03/12). • Second Trip - NYC Central Park Zoo ( shopping) - All money raised will go directly to the buying of much needed items for the children of St. Catherines Center for Children , Copson House, Albany. Date: Saturday, April 28th; Price: $45pp (will also have $5- 50/50 on bus). Bus leaves Brunswick Wal-Mart at 7AM and leaves East Greenbush Wal-Mart at 7:20AM. Dropoff will be at the Zoo. *Discounted tickets upon request (must be ordered by 4/12). Choose to shop or to visit the Zoo. **Pick-up for home is 6:30PM at Bryant Park** For more information or questions, email

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SPRING RUMMAGE SALE Spring Rummage Sale at the Pittstown United Methodist Church Hall (located just off Route 7 in the village of Pittstown). Clothing, jewelry, books, toys & household goods on Friday, April 13th, from 9:30AM to 4PM. Bag Sale on Saturday, $2.00 a bag (fill 2 bags and get the 3rd bag free) on Saturday, April 14th, from 9:30AM to 11:30AM. Baked and food items for sale both days. Call Viv at 518-663-5522 for more information and to donate items.

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LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE: Articles of Organization for BONANNO MANAGEMENT LLC, were filed with the New York Secretary of State (”SOS”) on January 26, 2012. The LLC’s office is located in Rensselaer County. SOS is designated as agent of the LLC for service of process. SOS shall mail a copy of any process against LLC to Richard J. Miller, Jr., Esq., MORRIS & MCVEIGH LLP, 540 Broadway, Albany, NY 12207. Purpose: any lawful act or activity for which limited liability companies may be organized. PLANET FITNESS TROY LLC Articles of Org. filed NY Sec. of State (SSNY) 1/30/12. Office in Rensselaer Co. SSNY desig. agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to 1259 Gordon Rd., Schenectady, NY 12306. Purpose: Any lawful purpose. Principal business location: 660 Hoosick St., Troy, NY 12180. SCOTT NOEL LLC Art. of Org. Filed Sec. of State of NY 02/21/2012. Off. Loc.: Rensselaer Co. SSNY designated as agent upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY to mail copy of process to THE LLC, 2 Gordon Court, Rensselaer, NY 12144. Purpose: Any lawful act or activity.



88 THIRD AVE. RENSSELAER LLC Articles of Org. filed NY Sec. of State (SSNY) 2/6/12. Office in Rensselaer Co. SSNY desig. agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to c/o J. Michael Stewart, 9 Washington St., Rensselaer, NY 12144. Purpose: Any lawful purpose.

Notice of Formation of a Limited Liability Company (LLC): Name: Ditmire Solutions LLC, Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of NY on 1/4/2012. Location: Rensselaer County. The Secretary of State (NY) has been designated as the agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. The Secretary of State shall mail a copy of process to: C/O Ditmire Solutions LLC, 15 Wynantskill Way, Troy, NY 12180. Purpose: Any Lawful purpose.

90 THIRD AVE. LLC Articles of Org. filed NY Sec. of State (SSNY) 2/6/12. Office in Rensselaer Co. SSNY desig. agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to c/o J. Michael Stewart, 9 Washington St., Rensselaer, NY 12144. Purpose: Any lawful purpose. Examination of Assessment Inventory and Valuation Data In accordance with Section 501 of the New York State Real Property Tax Law, notice is hereby given that the assessor for the Town of Sand Lake has available for review assessment inventory and valuation data. An appointment to review this information can be made by calling Judith Goodyer, Assessor for the Town of Sand Lake at 674-2026 Extension 24 between hours of 9 AM and 4 PM. KNEERS TOWING AND AUTO PARTS LLC a domestic LLC, Arts. of Org. filed with the SSNY on 12/14/11. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: Marylee Kneer, 1390 NY 7, Troy, NY 12180. General Purposes. Notice of Formation Burdett Optical, LLP Arts. of Org. filed with SSNY on 1/10/2012 Off. Loc.: Rensselaer Cnty. SSNY designated as agent of LLC whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: c/o The LLP, 2200 Burdett Avenue, Troy, NY 12180. Purpose: all lawful activities. Notice of Formation of 59 PHILLIPS ROAD EG, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with NY Secretary of State on 1/11/2012. Office Location, Rensselaer County. The Secretary of State has been designated as agent upon whom process may be served and shall mail a copy of any process served on him or her to the LLC c/o Elizabeth Cicero, 23 Oakwood St., E. Greenbush, NY 12061. Street address of principal business location, 59 Phillips Rd., E. Greenbush, NY 12061. Purpose: any lawful activity. Notice of formation of a Limited Liability Company(“LLC”). Name: Knowlson Ct., LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of NY (“SSNY”) on February 21, 2012 . Office Location, County of Rensselaer. The SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon which process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of such process served to P.O. Box 969, Averill Park, NY 12018. Purpose: any lawful purpose.

Notice of Formation of BICKFORD LANDSCAPING, LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 12/05/11. Office location: Rensselaer. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to United States Corporation Agents, Inc., 7014 13th Ave., Suite 202, Brooklyn, NY 11228. Purpose: Any lawful activity. Notice of Formation of Lettrick Family Medicine PLLC, Art. of org filed with Sec. of State of NY on 1/4/2012. Off Loc. Rensselaer Cnty. SSNY designated as agent of PLLC whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail process to : Lettrick Family Medicine PLLC, 1528 Columbia Tpk, Castleton, NY 12033 Purpose: All lawful purpose. Notice of formation of Limited Liability Company (LLC) Name: Kickin Wing Company Articles of Organization were filed on June 6th, 2011 with the NYS Department of State. 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 LLC at 59 Main Avenue, Wynantskill, NY 12198 Purpose: Any lawful purpose. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: REMINGTON BLACKTOP LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 01/06/12. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLC, 19 John Street, Rensselaer, New York 12144. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of Limited Liability Company. Name: Trillium IV LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with United States Corporation Agents on 12/19/11. Office location: Rensselaer County. United States Corporation Agents has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. United States Corporation Agents shall mail a copy of process to the LLC, c/o United States Corporation Agents, Inc. 7014 13th Avenue, Suite 202, Brooklyn, NY 11228. Purpose: For any lawful purpose.

LEGAL NOTICE 35 RING ST. LLC Articles of Org. filed NY Sec. of State (SSNY) 2/6/12. Office in Rensselaer Co. SSNY desig. agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process / S

to c/o J. Michael Stewart, 9 Washington St., Rensselaer, NY 12144. Purpose: Any lawful purpose.

ROSARY TO OUR LADY OF FATIMA The monthly Rosary to Our Lady of Fatima will be said on March 13th at St. Michael’s Church on Williams Road.

LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: CHAMPAGNE DEVELOPMENT, LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State (SSNY) on February 14, 2012. 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, 2398 Route 150, East Schodack, New York 12063. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. Name: Absolute Potential LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 01/24/12. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLC, 875 Avenue of the Americas Suite 501, New York, New York 10001. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of Nancy Brennan-Jordan NP In Family Health, PLLC. Arts. of Org. filed with NY Dept. of State on 1/13/12. Office location: Rensselaer County. Sec. of State designated as agent of PLLC upon whom process against it may be served and shall mail process to the principal business address: 44 Highland Dr., East Greenbush, NY 12061. Purpose: practice the profession of nurse practitioner in family health. NOTICE OF FORMATION of THE COLLECTOR'S FRIEND, LLC Articles of Org. filed with Secy. of State of N.Y. (SSNY) on 2/14/2012. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: Joshua Sabo, Esq., 287 N Greenbush Rd., Troy, NY 12180. Principal business location: 470 N. Greenbush Rd., Rensselaer, NY 12144. Purpose: Any lawful activity. NOTICE OF FORMATION OFLIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC) The name of the LLC is T & P RENTALS LLC. The Articles of Organization of the LLC were filed with the NY Secretary of State on January 25, 2012. The purpose of the LLC is to engage in any lawful act or activity. The office of the LLC is to be located in Rensselaer County. The Secretary of State is designated as the agent of the LLC upon whom process against the LLC may be served. The address to which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC is 723 Marietta Drive, Ambler, PA 19002. Notice of Formation Park Resources LLC art. of org. filed Secy. of State NY (SSNY) 10/31/11. Off. loc. in Rensselaer Co. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to: 159 Glass Lake Rd,


RN • Part-Time Low stress, very rewarding & day hours! Weekends & holidays off, great benefits + excellent pay! 20 hrs/wk. Join Living Resources’ team of dedicated nursing professionals serving individuals with developmental disabilities in a group home setting in Schodack. Valid RN license, registered by NYS Dept. of Ed., min. 1 yr hospital exp. & 1 yr. exp. working with developmentally disabled, required. Familiarity with OPWDD nursing regulations is a plus. Apply online: or send/fax resume: HR Dept., Living Resources, 300 Washington Ave. Ext., Albany, NY 12203. Fax 867-8706

Applications for employment w/the Town of Schodack Summer Recreation Program are now available online @ (Youth & Recreation), or at Schodack Town Clerk’s Office, 265 Schuurman Rd., Castleton, 12033. All applicants must be 16 yrs of age by start of camp on July 9, 2012, & must be available to work the duration of camp which runs through August 3, 2012. Completed applications must be returned to the Schodack Town Clerk’s Office no later than April 30, 2012. Late applicants will not be considered. Please direct further questions to Recreation Director Sheila Golden at



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Wed., Mar 4th • 2-6pm Marcc h 114th Calling RN’s, LPN’s and CNA’s Evergreen Commons is hiring and we want YOU! ~CNA’s: FT and PT positions avail. for all shifts ~CNA’s: Weekend Doubles 7am-7pm; Sat & Sun We take pride in our team and our family friendly facility!! WE OFFER: • FREE INDIVIDUAL HEALTH & DENTAL INSURANCE • IST TIME HOME BUYER’S ASSISTANCE • TUITION REIMBURSEMENT• COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS • SUMMER CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS FOR CHILDREN • $1500 REFERRAL BONUS (REFER A FRIEND)

We hope to see you on Wed., March 14th. If you can’t attend our job fair please apply online and tell your friends in the nursing/healthcare industry. EOE

We invite you to volunteer at Crailo State Historic Site! Join us Saturday, March 31st, from 10:00am to 1:00pm for an exciting new opportunity at Crailo, the Museum of the Colonial Dutch in the Hudson Valley. We are looking for volunteers of all ages to assist in many different areas of our educational mission. Participants will get an overview of the history of Crailo, learn about the different opportunities available to volunteers, and follow a tour of the museum.If you are interested in learning more about the rich history of the region, and are willing to share that interest with others, sign up! For more information, contact Crailo at (518) 463-8738. For more information, please visit or CrailoStateHistoricSite or call (518) 463-8738.

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

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

Log On to or call 454-5689

HELP WANTED ATTENTION: Water Tech. & Customer Service positions: Training provided. Must be a HS Grad Starting $535 wk. Benefits & bonuses. 899-5555 H2o Solutions Avon -Easy to sell! Great extra income. Only $10. Marci 209-3998 Experienced Hair Stylist: FT guaranteed wages, generous comm., retirement plan, paid vacation/holidays. Busy walk-in only salon. East Greenbush 4794504, ask for Beth; Brunswick 271-8526, ask for Sabrina. F/T delivery drivers. Schodack area. Drive box truck local for major firm. Good customer service skills, early start, 2-4 am. Mid $30’sK. Free insurance/ dental premiums, 401K, never a lay off 110 years. Call Dutton 888-7860791. Field Tech, concrete & soil testing, exp. pref. density gauge safety training pref. PT & FT. Please send resume Soil & Material Testing, 57 South Main St. Castleton, NY. 12033 Framing crew seeking help. Some experience necessary. 669-5265 Massage Therapist wanted. Busy office. Call 727-4563 P/T flexible hours. Child care workers. 227-1497

Small Engine/Outdoor Power Equipment Mechanic Full time position in busy Outdoor Power Equipment shop. Must have a solid work ethic. 40 hour work week required. Own tools a must. Start date 4/1/2012. Salary commensurate with experience and efficiency. Will train the right person. Benefits package. Must apply in person.

Tinkers Premium Power Rt. 20, Schodack

F.W. Webb, New England’s largest wholesale distributor of plumbing, heating, HVAC and industrial supplies with over 70 locations, is now expanding its offerings to include Water Systems. We are currently seeking candidates for the following positions at our Albany, NY location.

Outside Sales Representative, Water Systems The position will be responsible for generating and identifying sales opportunities in the New York territory. The successful candidate(s) must be self-directed and willing to take initiative in completing goals. Strong interpersonal and communication skills are a must. A high regard for customer service is also critical to the position.

Counter Representative, Refrigeration In this role we are seeking an individual to help grow our refrigeration business as well as assisting customers at a fast paced counter environment. The successful candidate must be dedicated to ensuring a high level of customer service at all times. The ability to work in a multi-tasked, busy team environment is also required. We are looking for a candidate who is self-directed, willing to take initiative in completing goals, and dedicated to ensuring a high level of customer service at all times. A minimum five years of experience in refrigeration field is required.


Please forward resumes to: General Manager F.W. Webb Company 17 Erie Boulevard Albany, NY 12204

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REAL ESTATE Why rent when you can own for Builder less than $1500 a month est. to offering up including taxes & HOA? $10,000 in incentives


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CALL MARIA MARTIN 857-6966 Starting in the $190’s! Hurry! Only a few units left! OPEN Every Sunday 12:30-3:00 •



$685+, 2 br mobile home, W. Stephentown, quiet, w/d hookup. 892-6846

Sunday 1-3 E Greenbush. 22 Petalas Dr *1st Time Open* Extraordinary 4br, 2.5ba Custom Colonial w/Several Recent Updates, $289,900. Call Melissa Petalas (518) 466-4792, Associate Broker, Miranda Real Estate Group, Inc

APARTMENTS FOR RENT $795- large 2 BR, NG/ Troy area. HT/HW inc, laundry, o/s pkng, on bus line. 477-9100 pin# 307. $800, Nassau, 1 br + home office, 2nd flr, incl. utils + garbage removal, mature adults pref. ns/np, sec. On bus line. 766-2266 $895.- Large 4 BR, hdwd flrs, w/d hookups, on bus-line, yard. South Troy 477-9100 pin #202 1 br, $650/month, heat, hot water, cable, trash removal, ground level, no smoker/no pets, suitable for 1, Poestenkill area. (518) 283-5266 2 BR duplex, APCSD, np pets/ smoking, 2 car garage, wash/ dry hookup, dishwasher, deck, cath. ceiling, w/ open floor plan, storage, quiet, country setting, $950. + sec. 766-5799 or 4702301 Averill Park - 2 bdrm. Across form Lakeview. Heat & hotwater included. $800. 867-9129 Brunswick $725 w/Heat, 1BR, Newer, Off St Parking. Bryce 271-7630 Lg 2 br $795, laundry, dishwasher, new construction, with heat $860, Glass Lake, Rt 66 & 43. Call 947-6288, cell 5055860

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Crystal Lake Lots Build to Suit! Broker 928-1231 Grafton, 5.56 acres, 855 Babcock Lake Rd. Drilled well, driveway, foundation dug, leach fields, $40,000. 518-766-9085 Snyder’s Lake Wyanantskill area. New manufactured home for sale, Lake Access. Small pets considered, quiet park, kit appliance package, 28 ft pressure treated front deck, storage shed, landscaped lot, paved driveway & walkway. $45,900. Call 283-0528

REAL ESTATE FOR RENT 2 bay garage, 30’x60’. Office, storage loft, large parking area. Located Rt. 20 and Shufelt Rd. $1600/mo. 518-788-0783

Poestenkill, heat and hot water included. 1 BR + den. $700 + sec. No pets. 674-7301.

Highly visible East Greenbush commercial space. 750sf. Also includes private Mtg Rm/Office, small Kitchen, shared Bthrm. Large windows. $850/mo. Great for retail or office. Call 518-6692766. Avail now.

Troy: 1BR, apt. $650 + sec. util. incl., No smoking/no pets. 518-527-1600

Lansingburgh. 2 Bedroom. No pets. $625 + security deposit. Available immediately. 371-6965

Wynantskill 2br, part. furnished. Near market, bus line. N/P N/S $650+util Avail 4/1. Ref 283-4361

Store/ office for rent, 15x25/ 18x43, next to KMart East Greenbush. 449-2543.

North Greenbush, quiet 2 BR $725 heat included. no pets, no smoking. Yard. 479-7039

$1295+ Burden Lake Area 3BR Brand New! W & D Hookups, Garage. Ellen@ Bryce 495-0099

Store/office, 900 sq. ft, Columbia Turnpike, E. Greenbush, heat included. (518) 477-8453


$465. Incl. heat. Small 1 BR, laundry, Pineview Apts. Rte 66, Poestenkill. 1 yr. lease + sec. 6741111

Attention ALL Husbands! 4 Bay Garage! 4 br N Colonie sch!ONLY $125k Exclusive. Bryce 330-7299

$550- $750 Schodack- studio & 2 BR heat included, yard, lease, no pets. Ex. cond. 477-1438 ext. 15

Brick 3 BR Ranch Averill Park Schools! Bryce 495-0099

$590+ 1 BR loft stye apt. in conveted church, Main Street, Castleton. 477-9100 ext. 103. $650 + utils. W. Stephentown, 2 br, 2nd flr, new kitch., wash/dry, refs., sec. (518) 858-5776

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

PARENT/CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP! • This education/support group is for parents and caregivers residing in Rensselaer County who have a young adult (age 15-23) with a mental health and/or substance abuse issue. • This is an opportunity to meet other parents/caregivers who understand what you are going through and to learn about community resources/supports. • Please join us. We will be meeting the following Wednesdays from 6:30PM to 8PM on March 14th, March 28th, April 11th and April 25th at the Italian Community Center located at 1450 5th Avenue in Troy (use door on right side of bldg and go to the second floor). Any questions? Contact Debbie at 270-2841 or email at

TRANSPORTATION REQUESTS for LANSINGBURGH CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT The Lansingburgh Central School District requests for transportation are due no later than April 1. All requests for transportation to private, parochial or charter schools must be submitted to the Board of Education by those residents of the district who live more than 1.5 miles, and not more than 15 miles, from the school their children will be attending during the 2012-2013 school year. Application forms are available at the school children will be attending, at district offices, and on our website. Additional information may be obtained from the business office located at 576 Fifth Ave., Troy, or by calling 233-6850.

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BELLA VITA COMMUNITY FRESCO PROJECT In Honor of Troy’s Historic Little Italy Create a Fresco – Help Revitalize a Great Neighborhood! • Submit your entry today - 50 artists will be chosen through Juried Selection • Selected artists will be trained in classic Boun fresco painting techniques • Original depictions of Italian scenery and local history will be displayed on building exteriors and in area shops and eateries – Summer 2012 • Prizes will be awarded based on votes by the community and a Panel of Judges • Grand Prize winner will receive a trip for two to Italy! • Select frescoes will be available by auction this fall Call for Entries – Artists apply online or by mail by March 31, 2012 Become a Project Sponsor - Have a fresco painted for your home or business! Donations of any size are welcome. For more information, visit us at: or call 518-779-2927. Bella Vita is a community project originated by DIY Restore It, in conjunction with Troy’s Little Italy Neighborhood Association and Troy’s Italian Community Center.



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VAN RENSS. MANOR RECIEVES TOP RANKING of NURSING HOMES NATIONWIDE Rensselaer County Executive Kathleen M. Jimino praised the staff of the Van Rensselaer Manor for their contribution toward the County owned and operated home once again receiving nationwide recognition for the quality of care and operation of the 362 bed facility. Again this year, the Manor received the highest ranking possible, a 5 star facility, by US News and World Report. According to the publication, the ranking “relies on data from Nursing Home Compare, a consumer web site run by the federal centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. CMS sets and enforces standards for all nursing homes…The data for Nursing Home Compare come from regular health inspections carried out by state agencies and from the homes themselves.” “Maintaining this 5 Star ranking is proof positive of the outstanding effort put forth by the leadership and staff of the Van Rensselaer Manor. I want to commend them on a job well done that ensures the well being of our most frail elderly who deserve that high level of care,” said Rensselaer County Executive Kathleen M. Jimino.

EDDY MEMORIAL GERIATRIC CENTER RECOGNIZED AS AMONG BEST Eddy Memorial Geriatric Center in Troy, an affiliate of Troybased not-for-profit network, The Eddy, has been awarded five-star ratings — the highest overall ranking from the federal government’s Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), as reported by U.S. News’ Best Nursing Homes 2012. This is the second year the center has received such ranking. The U.S. News & World Report profiled the near-16,000 nursing facilities in the nation rating each based on data and quality measures from Nursing Home Compare — a consumer web site run by CMS, the agency which sets and enforces the standards for all nursing homes enrolled in Medicare or Medicaid. CMS assigns an overall ratings of one to five stars to the homes taking into account key areas: performance in health inspections, nurse staffing, and medical care. Only facilities that ranked the highest earned overall five-star ratings.

WOMAN’S CLUB OF VALLEY FALLS MEETING The Woman’s Club of Valley Falls and Vicinity will be meeting at the Schaghticoke Masonic Temple on March 14th at 12 noon for the annual winter picnic. All are asked to bring a covered dish and place setting. The speaker will be Faith McWhorter who will be discussing “Osteobusters”. Refreshments are under the direction of Barbara Schroder, Shirley Ratoon, Chris Tobin and Mary Hurd. Items for the Ronald McDonald House, the Food Pantry and Military Moms will be greatly appreciated. Guests are welcomed.


STORYTIME at the TROY LIBRARY Storytime at the Troy Public Library is offered for children up to the age of five, accompanied by parents or caregivers. Come enjoy stories, music and simple crafts every Wednesday at the Main Library, 100 Second Street at 10:30AM. On Friday, March 16th, Ellen Sinopoli will be our guest and share stories about dance and conduct simple movement and dance activities. The Lansingburgh Branch has also scheduled Saturday Story time’s on March 24th, April 7th and April 21st at 10:30AM.

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

MOTORCYCLE WANTED. Wish to purchase a 750 cc or more or older 2 stroke 250 cc or more , up to $2000. Glen 439-0293

AARP DRIVER SAFETY PROGRAM Rensselaer County ’s Troy Senior Center, 19 Third Street, Troy, will hold an AARP Driver Safety Program Class for senior citizens. The date is Tuesday, March 27, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. This will reduce your car insurance by 10%. The cost is $17.00 per person for all AARP members and $19.00 for all others. To register for course, call the Troy Senior Center’s office at 270-5539 or stop in to sign up.

AARP DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE Rensselaer County’s Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road, Grafton will be holding an AARP Safe Driving Course, Tuesday April 17th, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., with a break at noon for lunch, available at center. Save up to 10% on your car insurance! The cost will be $17.00 for AARP members and $19.00 for non-members. Please call Penny or Missy at 279-3413 for reservations – SPACES ARE LIMITED!

CRUISING SOLO A group is forming for people who like to cruise, but may not have anyone to travel with. If you would like more information, please e-mail or call 2737861.

CAPITAL AREA RODS - 2nd ANNUAL WISHING FOR SPRING SWAP MEET Capital Area Rods will be holding their 2nd Annual Wishing for Spring Swap Meet on Sunday, March 18th, at the Brunswick Elks, 665 Brunswick Road (RT 2) in Troy. The Swap Meet will be held from 9AM to 3PM and admission is $3! Indoor Vendor space is $20 per table and Outdoor Vendor space is $10 per space. Set-up for Vendors is 7AM to 9AM. Food and Drink will be available. For more information, please contact Joe Motzer at 518-272-5474.

The AdverTiser’s Summer Fun for Kids Guide

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SYCAWAY LIBRARY BRANCH CLOSING & BOOK SALE The Troy Public Library will be holding a GIANT Book Sale at their Sycaway Branch on Saturday, March 10th, from 10AM - 4PM; and Sunday, March 11th, from 12Noon 4PM (Bag Sale). All books from this library’s collection are being sold. The Sycaway Branch closed as of January 6, 2012. For more information, call the library at 274-7071. The Sycaway Branch of the Troy Public Library is located in the School 18 Building on the corner of Lee Avenue and Hoosick Street, Troy.

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TROY-ALBANY TITANS TRYOUTS The Titans, the only Tier 1 NYS Tournament Bound Youth Hockey Association in the Capital District Area are holding tryouts for their 2012-2013 AAA Titans teams. Our AAA program provides superior player growth and development that will give your player the skills to compete at the next level. The Titans participate in the prestigious New England Hockey League. Tryouts for the Titans will be held at the RPI Field House Arena in Troy, NY. AAA Major/Minor Level Birth Year Time (all PM) Squirt Minor 2003 April 16th 6:30-8:00 Squirt Major 2002 April 18th 6:30-8:00 Peewee Minor 2001 April 17th 6:00-7:30 Peewee Major 2000 April 19th 6:00-7:30 Bantam Minor 1999 April 17th 7:45-9:15 Bantam Major 1998 April 19th 7:45-9:00 Tryout fee is $50. Check out our AAA Titans program at http:/ / Any player who was not registered with Troy-Albany Hockey last season will need to present a signed NYSAHA player release to attend tryouts.

Pet Adoption of the Week ROSEY

- Want a snuggly dog? Possible Hound Mix. approx. 1 yr. old, spayed, current with all vaccines and heartworm negative. Rosey has a sibling Sissy. They are both happy gals who love to play together and snuggle together. Rosey weighs only 31 lbs. and is as sweet as they come. She is crate trained and loves to snuggle with Sissy in the crate also. She gets along great with everyone and other dogs. She is a playmate to cats also. Rosey & Sissy both get along with adults and children. They are active and have a lot of energy. Rosey would love to go to agility training with you!

If you would like to meet Rosey to possibly adopt her, Contact : o r 518-393-0755

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Kiersten Lyn Heffner and Derek Joseph Reilly were united in marriage at 6:30 p.m. on June 17, 2011, at the Franklin Plaza Ballroom in Troy. Reverend Garth Allen presided over a memorable candlelight ceremony. The bride, escorted by her father, wore a silk and lace Paloma Blanca gown, accented with a Lazaro belt embellished with Swarovski crystals and freshwater pearls, and carried a cascading bouquet of red roses and orchids. Following an intimate and elegant wedding ceremony, a reception immediately followed in the ballroom where family and friends joined the couple in an evening of dinner and dancing to music provided by the New York Players. The bride is the daughter of Aaron and Jacquelyn Heffner, the granddaughter of June Heffner, all of Averill Park, and John and Carolyn Callary of Florida. The groom is the son of Timothy and Doreen Reilly and the grandson of Mafalda Reilly, all of Rotterdam. Kiersten is a 2008 graduate of Averill Park High School, as well as a graduate from Hudson Valley Community College, The New School of Radio and Television, and a 2011 graduate of SUNY at Albany with a bachelor's degree in Rhetoric Communication. Kiersten is presently attending the Aesthetic Science Institute. Derek is a 2004 graduate of Mohonasen High School and a graduate of Schenectady Community College with degrees in Criminal Justice/Humanities and Social Science. Derek is employed with the Town of Rotterdam. Following a honeymoon to the Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island in the Bahamas, the couple resides in their new home in Rotterdam living happily ever after.

BINGO Troy Area Senior Service Center, 19 Third Street, will now be having Bingo every Wednesday and Friday following lunch. Our delicious hot meals are served Monday through Friday at noon and they just can’t be beat for a suggested donation of $2.50. Call our dining room at 270-5349 a day prior to make your reservation.

LASHMET/ROBERSON Michael & Lori Lashmet of North Greenbush, proudly announce the engagement of their daughter, Kimberly Elise, to John E. Roberson, son of Nolen & Barbara Roberson of Kansas City, Missouri. The future bride is a 2005 graduate of Columbia High School, received a bachelor's degree in History from SUNY Albany, and is presently employed by the North Colonie Central School District. The future groom is a 2003 graduate of Lee's Summit High School, MO, received a bachelor's degree in Marine Engineering from SUNY Maritime, and is presently employed at Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory. The couple is planning a September 29, 2012 wedding in Saratoga Springs.

LANSINGBURGH HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEETING The Lansingburgh Historical Society meeting will be held on Thursday, March 29th, at 7:30PM at the Melville House, located on the corner of 114th Street and First Avenue in Lansingburgh. Our speaker will be Stacy Draper, Curator of the Rensselaer County Historical Society. Stacy, a Lansingburgh resident, will give a slide presentation on the great fire of 1862 which devastated downtown Troy. The meeting is open to the public and refreshments will be served. For further information, call the Society at 235-4041 or 235-3501 (recorded message), or consult the Society’s website at http://www.lansingburgh

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Cady MacDonald HAPPY SWEET 16TH BIRTHDAY!! When you entered this world March 14, 1996, you blessed many of us with your presence. It's been a great pleasure raising you. I would still have 20 of you. There are too many people to list, but We All Love You!!

Our little boy is turning 1, we can't believe how fast this year has gone by. You are an amazing little man, we can't imagine life without you. Happy 1st Birthday Easton! Love, Mom and Dad

BRUNSWICK BULLDOGS 2012 FOOTBALL & CHEERLEADING Registrations are being accepted for the 2012 Brunswick Bulldogs Football & Cheerleading Programs. When: Saturday, March 10, 2012, 12pm-3pm Where: Tamarac Elementary School Cafeteria FLAG The flag football & cheerleading season begins on Wednesday, August 1st, and runs through to the end of September. Practice is from 6:00 – 7:30 pm twice a week through August and once a week when school begins in September. Games are on Saturday mornings. This program is for children who will be in kindergarten – 2nd grade during the 2012 school year. The child must be 5 years old by August 1, 2012. TACKLE AND CHEER The tackle football & cheerleading season begins on Wednesday, August 1st, and runs through the end of October. Practice is from 6:00 – 8:00, three times a week. Games are on Sundays. This program is for children who will be in 3rd and 4th grade for the Junior Division program, and 5th and 6th grade for the Senior Division program. If you would like to request a registration form, you may visit our website at:; or for additional information, please call Sandy at 301-9450 or email




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