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AMS CELEBRATES 10th ANNUAL READ ALL DAY WITH AUTHORS!
Read All Day is a celebration of reading at Algonquin Middle School. Dr. James Hoffman, Superintendent, read to the school on the news. Teachers and special guest readers read to students to mark this special day. Authors Terry Trueman and Edward Averett were Algonquin’s guest authors for Read All Day! Trueman won a Printz Honor in 2001 for Stuck in Neutral. Averett has written four books, including Cameron and the Girls. They spoke about their books and the writing process with each grade. Reflecting on RAD, one student said, “Stuck in Neutral made me want to know more about cerebral palsy.” Students had an opportunity to meet both authors as they signed their books after school. They gave Algonquin students, faculty and staff a memorable day to remember! AMS is grateful to the Student Council for funding this event, to APO volunteers and for administrative support.
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Oasis Park Miniature Golf Course, located on Rte 4 in North Greenbush, was recently awarded “Best Of” by the readers of Metroland Magazine for the 9th time. In mid May, Oasis owner Tom Paone will be installing new miniature golf carpet and will be changing cup locations on his 18 hole miniature golf course. As a result, the 14 year old course will look and play like it is brand new. During this past winter, the course’s clubhouse was transformed into The Sweet Station, which will provide its customers with decadent desserts and an assortment of delicious baked goods, as well as hard and soft ice cream and frozen yogurt. Customers will have 28 toppings, including fresh fruit, to choose from at The Sweet Station’s new sundae bar. The interior of the clubhouse has been redecorated with a new train theme, as well as new seating areas and lighting. An electric train will be soon running along the periphery of the walls with bells, whistles and smoke and is sure to create an atmosphere of excitement, wonderment and comfort for The Sweet Station’s customers. “This reminds me of the exciting happenings of 1999 when we first built our course and ice cream stand,” said Tom Paone who is the owner of Oasis. “We are really looking forward to having our customers play our course, as the change in cup locations and new turf will transform it back to the course it was in 1999. At the same time, The Sweet Station will provide a new, year round, destination point for satisfying the sweet tooth needs of our customers for both freshly baked desserts and ice cream.” The Grand Re-Opening of Oasis Park and The Sweet Station will be on Saturday, May 18th, at 11 am. The first 75 customers can play miniature golf, as well as free samples of the ice cream and/or baked goods at The Sweet Station. Season passes will be discounted 50% for the first 50 customers through the door. Oasis Park Miniature Golf and The Sweet Station: Successfully setting the standard in the Capital Region for family fun, as well as great ice cream for the past 14 years.
WSL 4th GRADE STUDENTS SELECTED AS SEMIFINALISTS for INVENTION CONVENTION Four West Sand Lake Elementary School fourth grade students have been selected as semi-finalists from over 1,300 submissions for Invention Convention 2013: Michael Argo, Disc Fingerprint Eliminator; Kendall Dollard, Super Duper Pie Scooper; Collin Kelly, Boot Band; and Delaney Sutton, All in One Dance Shoe. From Glow in the Dark Twister to a Clear Glass Waffle Iron to a Saddle Warmer, 100 inventions created by elementary and middle school students chosen from over 1,300 submissions representing 42 schools and 2 home schools around the Capital Region will be on display at miSci (museum of innovation and science, formerly the Schenectady Museum) as part of Invention Convention 2013 from May 3 through May 19, 2013.
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14th ANNUAL HIDDEN GARDEN TOUR 14th Annual Hidden Garden Tour, sponsored by The Friends of Prospect Park will be held on Thursday, May 23, 2013, from 4 to 7 pm, rain or shine. This is a self-guided walking tour, featuring gardens in the Historic Sage, Washington Park, and adjoining neighborhoods in downtown Troy. $10 admission at the check-in table; all proceeds benefit ongoing projects in Prospect Park. Parking & Check-in is at the Russell Sage parking lot, at the corner of First and Division Streets, Troy. New for 2013! Present your map for free refreshments and artist’s reception, 4-7 pm, at Carmen’s Café (corner of Adams and First Streets). And come back for a buffet dinner benefit for the Friends of Prospect Park Hidden Garden Tour, 5:30 to 8:30 pm at Carmen’s. $25 with reservations; $30 walk-in. Reservations recommended, call 518326-2064. For more information on the Garden Tour, please contact: Nina Pattison: email@example.com or Marilyn Haliski: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD SOLDIER REENLISTMENTS Citizen Soldiers extend their service to state and nation Major General Patrick A. Murphy, the Adjutant General, announces the recent reenlistment of members of the New York Army National Guard in recognition of their continuing commitment to serve community, state and nation as part of the Army National Guard. Sergeant Nicholas Scialdone from Troy, has reenlisted to continue service with the 206th Military Police Company. Specialist Michael Ovitt from Cropseyville, has reenlisted to continue service with the Company C, 2-108th Infantry. Staff Sergeant Sean Markham from Schodack, has reenlisted to continue service with the Company C, 1-69th Infantry. Specialist Ryan Sams from Berlin, has reenlisted to continue service with the Headquarters and Support Company, 42nd Infantry Division. “The New York Army National Guard has sustained our force at or above 100 percent strength for the better part of five years now,” Murphy said. “Keeping those ready forces in our ranks means that New York is ready to provide forces for state missions here at home, as we saw during Hurricane Sandy or for the federal missions supporting our nation around the country and around the world.” For more information about the New York Army National Guard, visit www.dmna.ny.gov or www.1800goguard.com.
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LWVRC ANNUAL MEETING The League of Women Voters of Rensselaer County continues to celebrate “Women’s History Month” and the suffragette movement by inviting local author Terri Gay to speak at the annual meeting and dinner on May 23 at 6 p.m. at Carol’s Place, 536 Pawling Ave., Troy. Ms. Gay will discuss her recent book “Strength Without Compromise: Womanly Influence and Political Identity in Turn-of-the Century Rural Upstate New York”. Teri Gay is originally from Glens Falls, NY and graduated summa cum laude with a BA in Government and certification in social studies from St. Lawrence University. The setting of her book is the national women’s rights movement at the beginning of the 20th century and women’s vision for political equality and suffrage in our local rural counties. The book is based on thirty years of research on the women’s suffrage movement in the southern Adirondacks region and also features contributions of Susan B. Anthony. For more information about the May 23rd event please refer to the League website, email@example.com . ~ Submitted by Anne Burton, publicity director - League of Women Voters of Rensselaer County
SAMUEL BROWN GRADUATES from UNIVERSITY OF EVANSVILLE Samuel Brown of Nassau, has graduated from the University of Evansville with the degree of Bachelor of Science. Brown, majoring in Theatre, graduated during UE’s 155th Commencement, held Saturday, May 4th, at the Ford Center in downtown Evansville. During the ceremony, the University awarded 595 degrees to 579 graduates – the largest graduating class in over a decade.
Public officials and community members joined together on Earth Day as the Town of Nassau held a groundbreaking ceremony for the first-ever public trails project in the community. The start of this project begins after a study of the area and the donations of hours of community service by residents. ”We have looked for ways to open town property to our taxpayers and this is an exciting first step in this process. We are pleased that such a diverse habitat area will be able to be accessed for year-round recreation,” stated Supervisor David Fleming. The Mud Pond Preserve is a nearly 100 acre tract of diverse habitat. The pond itself is a rare acidic bog lake which contains its own unique flora and fauna. Once phase one of the project is completed, it is expected two miles of trails will be open for hiking, exploring and winter recreation. The Town anticipates adding several more trails. All development will be in keeping with the goal to protect sensitive habitat areas while providing recreational opportunities for residents. Representatives from community groups were present at the event and pledged their support for the project.
NASSAU LIBRARY FRIENDS COMMUNITY Friends of the Nassau Free Library announce that their third annual Community Bazaar will be held on May 18th from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., on the library grounds at 18 Church Street (Route 20), Nassau. A fun-filled family experience, the Bazaar will feature entertainment, children’s activities and booths where gently used books, games, cd’s, costume jewelry, plants (including potted vegetables, flowers and houseplants), baked goods, and refreshments. Donations of any of these items are requested. Raffled will be a Kindle Fire and a basket with useful spring garden items. The Friends will use all proceeds from the event to support the Library. For further information, contact: Patricia Bailey 518-766-0215.
WHAT DO YOU THINK? Is there more to life than this? Do you ever question the relevance of the Bible? Does God exist? Did humans really evolve? Do you know where the different people races came from? Did dinosaurs exist with people? Why is there death and suffering in the world? Was there really a Noah’s Ark and a worldwide flood? How old is the earth? Who determines what is right and wrong? What role does the devil play in my life? Do you ever ponder on questions like these and wish you had truthful answers? Look no further! We have your answers. After this study you will be able to answer all these questions, and many more, with absolute certainty. Join us every Wednesday night through July 31, 2013 at 7:00pm for a casual, relaxed, FREE study titled The Foundations at Connecting Point Church. We are located at 568 Columbia Turnpike in East Greenbush, next to Spare Time Bowling. Visit us on the web at www.myconnectingpoint.org or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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IT’S TIME FOR THE POESTENKILL BUSINESS ASSOCIATION AUCTION PBA members are continuing to collect “gently used” and new items for our auction. Please contact any PBA member, or call Roger Bubie at 283-4110 to donate items or services. We will also make arrangements to pick up any items that you may wish to donate (sorry, but we are not able to accept electronics). Proceeds from the auction will assist local residents in need, and fund community projects. All items to be sold may be previewed Saturday at 10:00 AM with the auction to begin at 11:00AM at the Poestenkill VFW Pavilion. Our concession stand will feature hot dogs, hamburgers, sausage and peppers, soda, beer, and coffee. Thanks to the generosity of Tremont Rentals, a very large tent will cover all of our treasures. So come hungry and be ready to bid on those bargains rain or shine.
LOCAL RESIDENTS INITIATED INTO THE HONOR SOCIETY OF PHI KAPPA PHI The following local residents recently were initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. Ryan Kelly of East Greenbush initiated at State University of New York at Oswego; Roslyn Brandes of Rensselaer initiated at State University of New York at Potsdam; Daniel Costello of Troy initiated at State University of New York at Potsdam
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CROOKED LAKE IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION LENDS A HAND
On May 4th, several members of the Crooked Lake Improvement Association spent Saturday morning picking up trash on all the roads that surround Crooked Lake. The goal of this annual effort is to help keep the Sand Lake community looking beautiful and the lake clean.
SPRINGTIME SUNDAY LUNCHEON Springtime Sunday Luncheon, sponsored by the City of Rensselaer, hosted by Rensselaer County, Rensselaer Senior Center, (located in the McManus bldg, corner of East and Herrick Streets, Rensselaer), Catered by Teagans. You are cordially invited to a lovely Sunday luncheon, the Sunday after Mother’s Day, May 19th. Lunch will be served at 1PM and consists of: appetizer of brochette on crostini, Teagan’s House salad, Roast PorK with apple sage dressing, chefs choice of potato, and vegetable, dessert, coffee and tea. Music will be supplied by Rensselaer County, Rensselaer Senior Center line dancers. All inclusive for a donation of $5. Reservations are necessary and can be made at the center Mon-Fri between 9 and 3. For more information, please call the center at 463-2166.
PROGRESSIVE WORSHIP SERVICE An evening worship service celebrating the progressive spiritual traditions is being held at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, located at 1583 Carney Road, Castleton, Sunday evenings, 7:00 – 7:45 pm. We will journey through the seasons of the year and the seasons of life, open to an evolving spirituallycreative culture. If you have a heart and mind to celebrate the progressive spirituality, and enjoy a creative path, this might just be the worship service for you. Come, experience guided meditation, acoustic guitar/ drum music and vocalist. Consider the wisdom of philosophers, the thoughts of theologians, and the Spirit of All Life engaging us anew for yet another generation. Phone: 518-931-4072.
SPRING CLEAN-OUT TRUNK SALE St. Timothy’s Lutheran Church announces the 3rd annual “Spring Clean Out Trunk Sale” on Saturday, June 1st, from 10AM to 4PM. Now is the time to make plans to be a seller at the trunk sale. The event will be held in the church parking lot. Bring you car and sell from your trunk, or bring your truck and sell from the back, or bring a car to sell! The fee for a guaranteed space is $20.00. Having a parking lot full of sellers causes people driving by to pull in and see what is for sale. It could be considered a multi-multi family garage sale. The Church will be sponsoring a White Elephant Sale, bake sale, hot dogs, popcorn, fried dough and beverages. Call now to reserve your spot, dial 326-5276 and leave a message, we will call you back. Now is the time to take action, start cleaning out your closets, basements, and yard furniture. Bring it all to St. Timothy’s parking lot at the intersection of Blooming Grove Drive, and Winter Street Extension. Sign up now for a fun and profitable day.
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SLCA PRESENTS FINAL WEEKEND OF “A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM”
“ELKS SCHOLARSHIPS” Applications are now available for the “2013 Jack Stewart/Ann Collins Memorial Scholarships.” This year the Rensselaer Elks Lodge B.P.O.E. will present the Jack Stewart/Ann Collins Scholarships to one male and one female high school senior from each of the following schools: Averill Park, Columbia, Maple Hill and Rensselaer High Schools. A total of eight $500 scholarships will be awarded. Students in these four high schools may obtain a scholarship application in the guidance-counseling centers of their schools. Completed applications must be returned to the counseling center by Tuesday, May 21, 2013. Judging will be performed during the last week of May. During the last week of May, each of the scholarship winners will be notified by mail of their success. Scholarship award winners will be presented with their awards at the Flag Day Ceremony to be held at the Rensselaer Elks Lodge B.P.O.E. 2073 in early June.
M IS FOR MAY MEMBERSHIP For FRIENDS of the RENSSELAER LIBRARY Just a reminder-membership dues are due in May and members will be receiving an Email or letter from our new membership chairwoman, Betty. Anyone who is interested in joining the Friends are invited to contact Betty at 286-2804 or attend our next meeting Thursday, May 16th, at 6:30 in the library at 676 East St., Rensselaer. We will be discussing the upcoming Summer Reading Program “Dig into Reading” for elementary and middle school students, which will kick off on Saturday, June 22nd, with hot dogs and a clown and our historic trolley tour September 14th at the Ft. Crailo Colonial Fair. If your are cleaning out your garage, or just downsizing, the Friends are in need of gardening tools and equipment, especially leaf rakes. If you would like to donate these items, they can be left at the library.
Four young lovers Lysander (Daniel Light of Selkirk) and Demetrius (Todd Hamilton of North Adams) are rivals in love with the same woman. Helena (Kate Gray of Kinderhook) is caught between the two lovers. Hermia (Rachel Moore of Albany) tries to recapture Lysander’s love again all in the production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Sand Lake Center for the Arts-Circle Theatre Players presents Shakespeare’s classic comedy, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”. This is the most popular of Shakespeare’s plays. Perhaps because of the four stories, interweaving and colliding, each in its own palette, mode and original music. Each story has its own live musician. Playing musical instruments are CarolLynn Langley on mountain dulcimer and fanciful percussion for the Fairies, Janine Budesheim on violin fiddle for the Lovers and cello for the Mechanicals, Robyn Sheldon and Jane Minotti on trumpets. The production, directed by Barbara Leavell Smith, runs through this final weekend with performances on May 16, 17, 18 at 8 pm and Sunday, May 19 at 2:30 pm. Tickets are $16, under 18 $10, and reservations can be made at 518-6742007 or www.slca-ctp.org. The SLCA is located at 2880 NY 43, Averil l Park, NY. There is plenty of free parking.
CHURCH OF THE COVENANT WELCOMES THE COMMUNITY TO WORSHIP! • Sunday, May 19th, Choir Sunday - 8:30 am Communion and Worship - No Sunday School till September; 10:30 am Worship with choir and organ. The Choir will sing several anthems of their choosing. Professional child care provided. • Saturday, May 18th, 7:00 am Men’s Communion Breakfast. Call Ralph LaMontagna at 674-1563 for reservations. • Wednesday, May 22nd - Potluck 6:00 pm - bring your place setting and a dish to share. Program on disaster relief by Dick Tyrell at 7:00 pm in the social room. Church Office hours are 8:30 am - 1:30 pm, Monday through Friday. The Church of the Covenant, United Methodist, is the round church near the blinker in Averill Park. Pastor Merry Watters, phone 674-3664, E-mail: email@example.com
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CAPITAL CITY RESCUE MISSION SPEAKER AT SUPPER ON SUNDAY (SOS) On Sunday, May 19th, the First United Methodist Church, 1 Gilligan Road, East Greenbush will host Capital City Rescue Mission Speaker at our Supper on Sunday (SOS). The United Methodist Women are hosting the evening with guest Perry Jones, the Executive Director of the Rescue Mission. He’ll be speaking on the programs the mission provides for men, women and children. Many items left from our recent Thrift Sale were donated to the mission including clothing and toys. We will begin at 5:00PM with our pot-luck supper following at 6:00PM. Please bring a dish to share. Our monthly S.O.S. programs are always free and all ages are invited. Call 4779693 if you have any questions. www.gbgm-umc.org/egumc
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NORTH GREENBUSH MEMORIAL DAY PARADE Town Clerk Katie Connolly, the North Greenbush Memorial Day Parade Chairman is pleased to announce that the North Greenbush Annual Memorial Day Parade will be held on Monday, May 27, 2013, at 1:30 pm. The parade route will be: Step off at 1:30PM from Dana Ave along Brookside Avenue to Marion Ave., Down Marion Avenue to West Sand Lake Rd, down West Sand Lake Rd to Main Avenue, down Main Avenue to the Town Hall where the Memorial Day Ceremonies will take place. – Please note that for this year the parade route has been changed due to the work and weight limit on the Brookside Avenue Bridge. After the ceremonies, there will be refreshments served at the American Legion on Main Avenue and the Wynantskill Fire Department on Church Street, all are invited to attend. For any additional information, please call Katie Connolly at 283-4306.
VILLAGE OF CASTLETON-ONHUDSON/TOWN OF SCHODACK MEMORIAL DAY PARADE The Village of Castleton-on-Hudson/Town of Schodack Memorial Day Parade will take place on Monday, May 27, 2013, at 10AM. Memorial Day is a time of remembrance of those who gave their lives for our country. This year’s theme is “Honoring those who served our country to insure our freedom”. Chairperson Doe Warland announced that following the ceremonies to take place at the Mountain View Cemetery, awards will be given for floats, fire companies, youth groups, and decorated bikes. Seating will be provided for Veterans at the ceremonies. The parade will form on Boltwood Avenue and begin to march up Seaman Avenue. There are five divisions with the VFW Post 7337 leading the parade. This year, the Grand Marshalls posthumously are Bill Hotaling and George Beerle, and accepting for them are their wives Mrs. Eleanor Hotaling and Mrs. Gloria Beerle. The Guest Speaker will be Major Brian VanDeWal, U.S. Army, and the Community Appreciation Award will be given to
6th GREAT AMERICAN PET FESTIVAL at SCHAGHTICOKE FAIRGROUNDS A great day to spend with your loved ones, including both your family and your pet! On Sunday, May 19th, the Schaghticoke fairgrounds will be hosting their 6th Annual Great American Pet Festival, sponsored by PETCO, from 10:00am 3:00pm, rain or shine! This year’s event will be featuring demonstrations, pet photos, rescue groups, pet groomers, on-site pet adoptions and 4-H dog agility. Introducing new this year, The Mobile Pet Vet, presentations by the Adirondack Drill Team and the Rensselaer County Sheriff’s K-9 Program and Safe Child. Fun for the whole family, face painting, vendors, food, raffles and more. And don’t forget, the annual pet parade and costume contest. Prizes will be awarded for the best dressed (pet only), cutest couple and most original. Admission is $5.00 per car. For more information, call Mary at (518) 7534411, x13 or visit www.schaghticokefair.org. Vendors still welcome. The Schaghticoke fairgrounds are located at 69 Stillwater Bridge Road, Schaghticoke, NY 12154.
FRIENDS OF AVERILL PARK PERFORMING ARTS Friends of Averill Park Performing Arts is a volunteer organization dedicated to promoting, fostering and enhancing the education, performance ability and appreciation of music and all aspects of theatre for all students of the Averill Park Central School District. Join us at our next meeting on Wednesday, May 29, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. in the APHS orchestra room. All community members are welcome! For more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The annual East Greenbush Memorial Day Parade is set to step off at 10AM Saturday, May 25th. Line-up will take place at Spare Time Lanes from 8:00am. Our local emergency departments—fire, police, medical—will be participating, along with the Yankee Doodle Band, public officials and service organizations from throughout the Town. Melvin Roads Post 1231 American Legion is the host this year, so at 10AM, the parade will proceed west down Columbia Turnpike to the Post location led by the representatives of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7338. A brief pause in the parade will be held at the Greenbush Cemetery where thoughts and prayers for our deceased veterans will take place. Upon arriving at the Post (200 Columbia Turnpike), Rensselaer County Executive Kathy Jimino, and Town of East Greenbush Supervisor Keith Langley, as well as many of our local officials will offer their words of support for our veterans both living and deceased. The public is invited and encouraged to line the parade route and gather at Melvin Roads for ceremonies at the end of the Parade. Hot dogs and soft drinks will be available to all following the ceremonies at the Post. Any organizations that would like to join in the parade and have not been contacted are invited to email Commander Pat Vallee at email@example.com. Questions and further information may be obtained by calling the Post at 462-7006.
NEW LEBANON JR./SR. HS HOSTING ITS MEMORIAL DAY ASSEMBLY On Thursday, May 23rd, at 9:00 am, New Lebanon Jr./Sr. High School will be hosting its third annual Memorial Day Assembly to honor our servicemen and women and all who gave their lives in defense of our country. All veterans and current members of any branch of the military are invited to join the American Legion Post #1236 of New Lebanon and the Berkshire Chapter 65 Vietnam Veterans of America in the high school gymnasium as our honored guests. Family and community members are also welcomed and encouraged to attend the festivities in memory of our fallen heroes and in celebration of those who serve. Frank Ball. Father Thomas Krupa will be doing the Invocation and Benediction. Please note that only floats or vehicles marching in the parade will be permitted to drive into Benedict and Boltwood. Cars dropping off marchers will not be permitted to drive into the parade line up area. Anyone marching in the parade must walk to the designated line-up spot. For further information, please call 518-732-2211. We would also like to announce that if you are on the parade route, or if you are in the Village, that you support those that have served and tie yellow ribbons on trees or posts in front of your homes.
MEMORIAL DAY ECUMENICAL CEREMONY at OAKWOOD CEMETERY • Saturday, May 25, 9:00 A.M. ~ Free Ringing of the historic Meneely Bell in front of the Earl Chapel will mark the Call to Order for this memorial event. Join Oakwood Cemetery and the Veterans of Lansingburgh for their annual graveside wreath laying ceremony and placement of flags on the graves of veterans in the Soldiers’ Plot. Pastor Hon. Nina Nichols of the Christ Church United Methodist will give the Invocation. Local Boy Scouts and dignitaries will participate in this brief but significant ceremony in honor of those who made the ultimate sacrifice. Oakwood President Tom Maggs and fellow trustee Charles R. Johnson, Col. US Army Ret. will officiate. Featured speaker TBA. The service will be brought indoors in case of heavy rain only. Registration is not required, but indoor seating is limited. Line-up subject to change.
NASSAU MEMORIAL DAY CEREMONY/PARADE This Memorial Day, May 27th, there will be a parade to honor the occasion in the Village of Nassau. A ceremony will follow at the V.F.W. Post on Lyons’ Lake Road. This event will be hosted by the Town and Village of Nassau in conjunction with the Nassau V.F.W., American Legion and A.M.V.E.T.S. A special invitation goes out to any “Gold Star” and “Blue Star Mothers” (families) that would like to be included. If any other Veteran Service Organizations would like to participate, please call the V.F.W. at 766-3577, American Legion at 766-2633 or A.M.V.E.T.S. at 7881983. Local Fire Departments will be contacted by the Nassau Fire District to arrange scheduling. All other organizations or groups that would like to march are encouraged ton contact us at 766-3414. Any local officials interested in participating and/or speaking at the ceremony can call Chip Lynch at 7881983 to arrange a formal invitation. (Star families use this number also.) We could use an additional marching band. If any are interested, call 766-3414 and leave a message with details. Parade will form up on John Street at 1PM and kick-off at 2PM.
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Something new has been added to THE Poestenkill social event! In addition to the assortment of books and other goodies, there will be an opportunity to beautify your home with something really special. This beautiful stone water fountain will be offered at auction as part of the Poestenkill Library Market Day. It features two cherubs surrounding an urn while water spills softly over the sides. Thanks to a generous benefactor, someone will take this beautiful water feature home to enjoy in their own garden. It is valued at $100 and bids will start at $35. All proceeds are used to support the library. Be sure to circle the date on your calendar, Saturday, May 18th, from 9AM until 1PM.
The West Sand Lake Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary will hold a Craft Show & Flea Market on Saturday, May 18th, from 9AM to 2PM. Call Linda at 322-3610 for information and table space; or the Fire Hall at 674-3677 on the day of the event.
GREENBUSH GARDEN CLUB ANNUAL PLANT SALE The Greenbush Garden Club annual plant sale will be held on Saturday, May 18, 2013 at 9:00 am until sold out - Rain or Shine! Our members offer you a great selection of perennials, herbs & shrubs from their own gardens. Proceeds will help fund the Greenbush Garden Club Scholarship. Pick up something new for your garden at the Rensselaer Elks Pavilion, 683 Columbia Turnpike, East Greenbush.For further information, or if you have any plants to donate, please call Sharon at 2837252. Please note that we can’t answer the question of what plants will be at the sale until the sale since it’s always a surprise what our members will bring!
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The Sand Lake Town Library will be hosting a reception on Sunday, May 19th, from 1-4pm to introduce its newest collection, a compilation of reference materials relevant to the Rensselaer Plateau assembled by the Rensselaer Plateau Alliance (RPA). The works deal with the natural history of the area, the social history of the towns on the Plateau, and the conservation and protection of the Plateau’s natural features. At 2pm, Jim Bonesteel, President of the RPA, will speak about the history of the Plateau and the efforts of the Alliance to conserve it. Alice Howard, RPA’s Librarian, will be on hand throughout the afternoon to answer questions about the collection and to demonstrate its database. Refreshments will be served. The Sand Lake Town Library, located on route 66, just north of the intersection of routes 43 and 66, is handicapped-accessible. For further information, please contact any of the following: Melinda Fowler, Sand Lake Town Library Directordirector@sandlaketownlibrary.org Jim Bonesteel, RPA President - Jim@bonesteel.com Alice Howard, RPA Librarian – firstname.lastname@example.org
GARDENING IN THE CLASSROOM GRANTS The Garden Club of East Schodack announces the availability of grants for teachers in the East Greenbush, Schodack and Averill Park school districts who are interested in using gardening in the classroom. These funds are being awarded through the Dorothy S. Tolscer Memorial Fund in memory of a longstanding member of the garden club. Interested teachers from the elementary, middle school or high school level (both public and private schools are welcome) are invited to submit a letter of request by May 20 outlining their gardening plan and including an approximate budget of their needs. A total of $500 is available for these grants. Recipients of the grants may be asked to report on their completed projects. Letters of request should be sent to Marilyn Michaels, 2369 Payne Road, Castleton, NY 12033. If there are any questions regarding the process, please call Marilyn Michaels at 477-5037.
SENIOR FORUM IN SCHODACK FEATURES CONGRESSMAN GIBSON & CO. OFFICIALS Congressman Chris Gibson joined with other elected officials for a special senior forum at the Edward Swartz County Senior Center. Gibson spoke of his support for maintaining support for Medicaid and other senior services. Gibson and Legislator Alex Shannon spoke with seniors during the forum. County Executive Kathleen Jimino and Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin were also in attendance at the senior forum.
SUNDAY EVE. SERVICES at SL BAPTIST Come join us as we begin the series ‘Quieting a Noisy Soul’ Sunday, May 19th, at 7pm at Sand Lake Baptist Church. This powerful presentation takes us through the reasons why we struggle to find peace in our lives and gives us the tools to find that peace that passes all understanding through Christ.
STEPHENTOWN VOL. FIRE DEPT. TEXAS HOLD’EM The Stephentown Volunteer Fire Department will hold a Texas Hold’em Tournament on Saturday, May 18th, in the Stephentown Fire Hall, 35 Grange Road in Stephentown. The doors will open at 5:30PM and close at 6PM. Play begins at 6:15 sharp. A Free Buffet will be served at the first break and refreshments will be available. No advance registration is required, and a donation of $35.00 per player will be accepted. Players can make an additional $10.00 donation at the door for 1,000 extra chips. This tournament will pay one place for every 10 players with a minimum of four places and a maximum of 9 places. The next Texas Hold’em Tournament will be held on Saturday, June 8th, 2013. For further information, please call John Linton at 518733-0469.
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BURMESE DINNER Come to an authentic Burmese Dinner at St. David’s Episcopal Church at 2647 Brookview Road, Castleton, on Sunday, May 19th, between noon and 1:30PM. Being served will be Burmese Chicken Soup, Beef Curry, Fried Rice, Samosa’s, and Dessert. The cost is $8.00 for Adults and $5.00 for Children under 12. We also prepare for the gluten intolerant. For reservations, call Gail at 7664029.
EGCSD & ALL SPORTS CLUB TO HOST CHICKEN BBQ The EGCSD Education Foundation and the All Sports Club will host a Chicken BBQ on Tuesday, May 21st, from 4 to 7 p.m. at Goff Middle School. The menu includes BBQ Chicken Quarter, Cole Slaw, Baked Potato, Roll and Brownie. Cost is $8 for a PREPAID Dinner. There will be a limited number of additional dinners available at the door for $10.00. For information, visit www.egcsd.org or call 207-2531.
PANCAKE BREAKFAST BUFFET The VFW Post 7338 located on Hays Road in East Greenbush will host a Pancake Breakfast Buffet on Sunday, May 19th, from 9AM to 12noon. Menu: Buttermilk Pancakes, Scrambled Eggs, French Toast, Homefries, Bacon, Sausage, Toast, Fruit Cocktail, Coffee, Tea, Water and Juice.Cost: Adults $8.00; Children 6 to 12 $5.00; Children under 5 are free.
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CHICKEN BBQ Sergeant Walter A. Adams American Legion Post 1021 located in Averill Park will hold their Chicken BBQ on Sat., May 18, 2013. 1/2 BBQ Chicken only $6. Please reserve your chicken by calling the Post at 674-2309 by 1pm. Chickens will be available for pick-up from 11AM until 4:30PM.
Members of the Tsatsawassa Protective Fire Company, serving Brainard and East Nassau and surrounding areas, will hold their final monthly breakfast until Autumn on Sunday, May 19th, from 8 to 11:30 at the firehouse located on Firehouse Lane behind the post office near the intersection of Routes 20 and 66N in Brainard. There will, however, be a breakfast at the firehouse for the benefit of the Cub Scouts on Sunday, June 16th, during the same hours and with the same menu, so mark your calendars and support the Cub Scouts who are sponsored by the Fire Company. Breakfast offers your choice of pancakes or French toast served with bacon or sausage, eggs cooked to your order, applesauce and an assortment of breakfast beverages at a cost of $6 over the age of 12, children 5 to 12 for $3 and under five are served free.
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SCHODACK VALLEY PIZZA NIGHT Last chance before fall to come and join us for our Pizza Night on Saturday, May 18th, at the Schodack Valley Fire House, 1553 Schodack Valley Road in Castleton from 5PM to 9PM. Bring the family for Pizza, Antipasto, Wings and more. Additional seating is available. Our featured Pizza this month will be Chicken Parmesan. As always, you can eat-in or take-out. For takeout, call us at 477-4215. H \
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The Friends of the Stephentown Memorial Library are cooking up a scrumptious Spaghetti Dinner on Saturday, May 18th, to benefit the library. The dinner will be served from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the Stephentown Federated Church on Garfield Road. The pasta will be served with slowly simmered homemade vegetarian sauce with (or without) sweet Italian sausage on the side, accompanied by tossed salad, bread and butter, homemade cake, and a choice of beverages. The price of the All-You-Can-Eat Dinner for those aged thirteen and over is $12, from age six to twelve is $6, and age five and under is free. You may dine there or take out your dinners. The church building is handicapped accessible. For more information, call 518-733-5923.
TURKEY SUPPER at ZION’S UCC Zion’s United Church of Christ, 741 Taborton Road, Sand Lake, NY will be serving a Roast Turkey Dinner on Saturday, June 8th, in the church hall. Servings will be at 4:30, 5:30 & 6:30. Come and enjoy a “Family Style” all-you-care-to-eat turkey with gravy, mashed potatoes, dressing, green beans, corn, cranberry sauce, coleslaw, rolls and butter and a slice of pie for dessert. There will be a choice of lemonade, iced tea, milk or coffee for beverage. The cost is $12.00 for adults, $5.00 for children (ages 5-12) and under 5 yrs free. For reservations, call Barbara Boughton cell phone 518-9560096, or you can email Barbboughton@nycap.rr.com, or call Diane Hoffman at 674-2746. If no answer, please leave your name & number on answering machine and you’ll be called back. All reservations need to be confirmed if left on answering machine.
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W.S.L. FIRE DEPT. ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT BREAKFAST The West Sand Lake Fire Department Ladies Aux. will hold their monthly fundraising All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast on Sunday, May 19th, from 8AM to 11:30AM. Menu: Eggs, Bacon, Sausage, French Toast, Cinnamon French Toast Sticks, Pancakes (Regular & Blueberry), Homefries, Toast, Jelly, Peanut Butter, Apple Sauce, Fruit Cocktail, Coffee, Tea, Hot Cocoa, Orange and Apple Juice. Cost: $7/Adults, $4/Children 5-12 and Under 5 are free. Eat-in or Take-out. Call the Fire Hall at 674-3677.
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athlete OF THE WEEK MEGAN COLEMAN ~SCHOLAR ATHLETE
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by Claire Everett Averill Park spring sports are finishing off their regular seasons with a bang, and going into the post-season as prepared as possible. Girl’s lacrosse, softball, and boy’s baseball and tennis all came through with some great wins this week. Averill Park girl’s lacrosse began to wrap up their season this past week with games against Bethlehem and Colonie. On Wednesday, the girls traveled to Bethlehem and represented their home school well, though Bethlehem was too much for the Warriors. AP lost 13-6. Top scorers for Averill Park were Caitlin O’Shea, with 2 goals, and Sofi Sorriento, with 2 as well. Then on Friday, the Warriors hosted Colonie. The ladies were not ready to surrender to another large school team; Averill Park played with precision and teamwork as they took the win over Colonie, 14-6. The main goal scorers were: Morgan Lionarons (5), and Sofi Sorriento (2). The ladies have their last game next week on Tuesday. I will let you know more about Track and Field recent competitions in next week’s article. The Softball team played against Bethlehem on Tuesday 5/7. The match went for extra innings, and finally ended with a great win from Averill Park, 2-1. Following the exhausting Tuesday afternoon game, Averill Park hosted Colonie on Thursday. In the highly anticipated game, both teams fought hard and the game came down to the wire, but unfortunately, AP fell short this time, 9-8. Finally, on Saturday, Averill Park played Troy, and sadly lost again, 8-2. AP’s baseball started their week of sports on Tuesday against Bethlehem. The boy’s unfortunately, lost, but the boys earned back some redemption by beating Colonie on Thursday, 13-7. On Saturday, AP took on Catholic High, and unfortunately, fell short, 5-4. Both baseball and softball have their last games of the regular season next week; good luck to both teams, and finish the season off strong! Also, congratulations to the boy’s tennis team. Last week, AP tennis entered sectionals and brought away a win against CBA 4-3 in the opening round. The team was aided in their win by Matt Reasor and Eric Bush, who both won their matches in straight sets. Brian Scherer also won in straight sets over his opponent. The match was clinched when Nate Glanton came back to win a tie-break in the second set, and then won a long battle in the 3rd set. The team will face Burnt Hills, the defending Section A Champs, in the second round of Sectionals. Next week will wrap up the regular season, so make sure to come and support the seniors and their teams as they play some of their last high school games. As a heads up, on Monday, May 20th, modified sports will be holding a “Game Day.” All three modified spring teams will play on the Algonquin fields @ 4:15 in active support of modified sports, which are in danger of being cut next year. If you have any questions, or comments, feel free to contact me at email@example.com.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for Natl. TRAILS DAY National Trails Day is the perfect opportunity to help clean up local parks. On Saturday, June 1st, the Friends of Grafton Lakes State Park and Dyken Pond Environmental Education Center will be hosting the 20th Annual National Trails Day - the nation’s annual celebration of trails. Both parks invite volunteers of all ages to help clean up and improve trails on Saturday morning and indulge in the trail activities they enjoy most in the afternoon. Registration will begin at 9:00 a.m. at both parks; refreshments and snacks will be available. Cleanup and improvement of both trail systems will take place between 9:30 a.m. and 12:00 p.m., and will be followed by a complimentary barbecue picnic for all volunteers. After the barbecue, participants are encouraged to enjoy the trails and parks. Reservations must be made in advance for the barbecue by calling the Grafton Lakes State Park Office or Dyken Pond Office no later than May 30th, 2013. Please join park staff on June 1st to enjoy and celebrate public trails. For more information about this event, please contact Grafton Lakes State Park at (518) 279-1155 or Dyken Pond Center at (518) 658-2055.
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It can be rare to find an athlete with the dedication to their team and the academic achievement that senior Megan Coleman has. Megan has been playing lacrosse since seventh grade. She chose lacrosse because it wasn’t a very popular sport, so she wanted to see what it was like. Turns out, she absolutely loved it and it has been a major part of her life ever since. Coleman is currently an attack player, but she has played defense in the past. Her favorite part of playing is just being part of the team. She has played with the same girls for many years now, and they have all become really close; so they really look forward to seeing each other every day. During the off season, Coleman spends about three of four days a week conditioning and practicing her skills. She has played for outside leagues and also participated in before/after school gettogethers for anyone who wants to play lacrosse. During the season, she practices hard every day after school with the team in preparation for the intense games to come. Megan takes games very seriously, because it’s her chance to show off all her hard work and compete for a win. Coleman also takes her time at school very seriously. She has always had an outstanding academic record and works hard every day to keep it that way. This year she is taking Advanced Placement Government and Advanced Placement Biology. Both classes are a lot of work, but Megan really likes to challenge herself. She is also taking statistics, which is fun because she enjoys math. In the future, she plans to major in Biology and eventually become a Veterinarian because of her love for animals. With all the time Megan spends preparing for her next lacrosse game or studying for her Biology exam, it’s hard to imagine that she has much free time on her hands. When she does, however, Coleman likes to get involved with the community. She has volunteered at Albany Medical Center numerous times, and she is also very involved with her church, St. Henry’s. Megan’s family has been her main source of inspiration over the years. “I have always been taught to be myself, help others, and be friends with everyone,” says Coleman. Her family has taught her these important lessons, and have always been there to support her. She would like to thank her parents for her success, because they have always pushed her to try harder. She would also like to take time to thank her coaches who have helped her understand the game and improve her skills over the years. “Being given the honor to be a scholar athlete is really important to me, because I have always tried hard in school and I have always been athletic,” says the athlete. Coleman has absolutely loved her time playing lacrosse over the years. “It has taught me how to be part of a team, how to be a leader, and much more than just playing the sport.” We wish Megan the best of luck in the future!
KIWANIS CLUB of SAND LAKE SUMMERFEST SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT Kiwanis Club of Sand Lake will once again sponsor a softball tournament at Summerfest. We invite anyone to form a team and join the fun. Get your friends, neighbors, coworkers together and play ball! Date: Sunday, June 16th 2013 (Sunday morning if needed); Time: 8AM to 4PM; Location: Softball Fields at Butler Park; Contact: Stuart Nippes at 518-858-6534 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
11th ANNUAL SCHODACK VALLEY GOLF TOURNAMENT Schodack Valley Volunteer Fire Company will host their 11th Annual Schodack Valley Golf Tournament on June 20th at the Winding Brook Country Club, Route 23 in Valatie. Best Ball Scramble, 18 holes of golf with cart, lunch, beer and soda on the course, buffet dinner. Chance to win a new car compliments of the Goldstein Auto Group. Cost is $95 per golfer. Call Gary Schultz at 424-2446 for details. Hole sponsorships are still available; starting at $100. Call Jim Adams at 466-4008 for details.
“AP Junior Matt Reasor returns a forehand shot to his CBA Varsity opponent last Thursday at CBA. Matt and his teammates went on to win the overall match”.
PUBLIC INVITED FOR A WALK IN THE WOODS Join the Capital District Chapter of the New York Forest Owners Association (NYFOA) and the Rensselaer Plateau Alliance for a free walk on Sunday, May 19th, starting at 9:00 am at 1463 Plank Road, Petersburgh, NY 12138. Master Forest Owner Walter Kersch will lead us on the walk through his managed woodlot to see a diverse forest mix with openings created for wildlife habitat improvement. The forest understory exhibits severe deer browse damage of many desirable tree species, but some nice black cherry seedlings are regenerating in recently harvested areas. Beech control measures have been employed in previously high graded stands, lessening competition for seedlings of desirable species. Walter has promised to demonstrate how logs are scaled (measured) for sawing, and a portable band sawmill will be on hand to make lumber. Let’s see how close Walter comes to estimating the board feet volume in the log! Families are welcome. Please allow about 3 hours for this informative stroll. Wear sturdy shoes, dress for the weather, and apply your preferred insect repellent. Contact Walter at (518) 283-5509 or Phil at 895-5346 by May 18th to help plan parking, handouts, etc. Find good directions at www.pineridgexc.com. For other events, visit http:// www.nyfoa.org/education/rnyw_sites.php
B.L.C.C. IRENE BIELAWA MEMORIAL LADIES GOLF LEAGUE The following is a list of results from the BLCC Monday Night Ladies Golf League on Monday, April 29, 2013: 1st Low Score: 31 - Heather Morrison, Deb Jewell, Jen DiIorio and Sandy Morley; 2nd Low Score: 36 - Debbie Myers, Karen Lorette, Chris Cooney and Joanne Guynup; 3rd Low Score: 36 - Cathie Becker, Margaret Surpitski, Chris Roder and Sue O’Connor. 1st Low Putts: 10 - Mary Beth Casey, Chris Helwig and Debbie McMahon; 2nd Low Putts: 10 - Angie Fleming, Margie Biggins, Darcy Houser and Arlene Lashway; 3rd Low Putts: 11 - Ronnie Ciccarelli, Carol Ciccarelli, Babe Scully and Theresa Jones. A total of 41 ladies participated on 11 teams. The following is a list of results from the BLCC Monday Night Ladies Golf League on Monday, May 6, 2013: 1st Low Score: 32 - Jen DiIorio, Betty Cushing and Joan Pettrone; 2nd Low Score: 35 - Heather Morrison, Deb Jewell, Mary Smith and Debbie Bryce; 3rd Low Score: 39 - Joanne Guynup, Chris Cooney, Patti McArdle and Marybeth Steinburg. 1st Low Putts: 8 - Nancy Dunn, Linda Hastings, Kelly Hammond and Betty Ann Whitbeck; 2nd Low Putts: 9 - Betty Heller, Chris Kronau, Beth Bloodgood and Carol Ciccarelli; 3rd Low Putts: 10 - Mary Beth Casey, Mary Fabian and Vicki Dunson. A total of 44 women on 11 teams participated in this 3rd outing of the season.
CHAMPION TEAM & 10-YR PLAYERS RECOGNIZED at OPENING DAY Rensselaer County Legislator Kelly Hoffman was among those in attendance at Opening Day for the Classie Lassies Girls Softball in North Greenbush on April 27. North Greenbush Deputy Supervisor Louis J. Desso joined Hoffman in wishing the league well on the coming season. Kelly’s daughter Hannah received a plaque recognizing her for 10 years of competition in Classie Lassies during the Opening Day ceremonies for the 2013 season. Hannah now plays for the Averill Park High School team. The Opening Day ceremony also recognized a team from Classie Lassies that captured a state championship.
MINK-CLAXTON FIRE & STAMMEL SUPPORT RENSSELAER UPSTATE REBELS BASEBALL Rensselaer has produced some excellent baseball players, and Legislator Mike Stammel has decades of service to youth sports teams in the city. Mike recently presented a sponsorship check for $500 from the Mink-Claxton Fire House to support the Upstate Rebels 14 and under travel team. The team helps bridge the gap between Little League and scholastic teams, as Rensselaer does not have its own Babe Ruth league. Mike presented the check to Kevin Billetts, manager of the Upstate Rebels.
SL KIWANIS SUMMERFEST BENEFIT TENNIS TOURNAMENT REGISTRATION If top spin, back hand, drop shot and volley are part of your sport, then the Kiwanis Club of Sand Lake has a racket for you. The Kiwanis Benefit Tennis Tournament will begin at center court as part of Sand Lake SummerFest 2012. • Saturday, June 15th, at the Averill Park High School tennis courts. Registration fees: $20.00 for singles; $30 per team for doubles for each category entered. DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION IS MONDAY, JUNE 10th. For additional information, call Joe Behson at 674-8407. ————————————————————————————— KIWANIS TENNIS TOURNAMENT REGISTRATION FORM (Please Print Carefully) Please indicate in which category(s) you wish to compete. $20 for Singles. $30 for Doubles Teams. Women’s Singles __________ Women’s Doubles __________ Men’s Singles __________ Men’s Doubles __________ Mixed Doubles __________ Women’s Century Doubles* ______________ Men’s Century Doubles* _________________ *Both players must be 50 years of age or older. NAME(S):_______________________________PHONE:_______________ EMAIL _______________________ ADDRESS___________________________________________ CITY_______________ STATE__________ZIP__________ AMOUNT ENCLOSED $__________ WAIVER: In consideration of my entry being accepted, I do hereby for myself, heirs, executors, or assigns waive and release any and all rights and claims for damages I may have against the Kiwanis Club of Sand Lake, and any and all sponsors and their representatives, and assigns or any official or participant for any and all injuries I may suffer in connection with the Kiwanis Benefit Tennis Tournament. Further, I stipulate that I am physically fit and capable to participate in this event. And I hereby grant full permission to any and all the foregoing to use any photographs, videotapes, motion pictures, recordings or any other record of this event for any legitimate purpose. SIGNATURE:_________________________DATE:__________ INCOMPLETE OR UNSIGNED ENTRIES CANNOT BE ACCEPTED Please make checks payable to: Kiwanis Club of Sand Lake Mail entries to: Joe Behson, 1 Pond Hollow Road, Averill Park, NY 12018
NATIONAL LEARN TO ROW DAY Saturday, June 1, is National Learn to Row Day. This is a free event. It includes the NYS Modified Championships for middle school rowers, hosted by Niskayuna Rowing at Aqueduct Park, which is at Balltown and Aqueduct Roads near the Rexford Bridge in Niskayuna. Come and be part of a day of rowing events. Enjoy seeing rowers racing a 1000 meter sprint course, have a bite to eat, stay for the dedication of a tree and new “racing 4” in memory of long-time member and leader Karen Kast and participate in the open house. Plan to come for all or part of the day. The schedule is: 9am – 11:30am, Modified Championships: 12:30pm, the Karen Kast Boat Dedication and Tree Planting and 1pm-3pm Aqueduct Rowing Club Open House. Aqueduct Rowing and Niskayuna Rowing will answer questions about the sport of rowing and sign up interested adults and youth for their summer Learn-to-Row sessions. If you want to try Crew, wear stretchy, not baggy clothes. Check both websites for more information: www.aqueductrowingclub.com and http://www.nisk.k12.ny.us/nhs/clubs/crew/ .
FREE BOATER INSTRUCTION US Power/Sail Squadron (Sacandaga & Mohawk-Hudson) offers FREE BOATER INSTRUCTION on the use of emergency Flares and Fire Extinguishers on May 19th, 2-6PM, Dutchman’s Landing in Catskill. Contact LT/C Philip Roeber at 518-378-5437 or at email@example.com. The public is invited.
THE RUN FOR HELP RACE/WALK AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE The Family and Friends of Liza Ellen Warner Association, Inc., along with the Nikki Hart Children’s Memorial Fund have scheduled the sixth annual “Run For Help”. The Walk/Race, held to bring attention to the crime of domestic violence, will take place at the Goff Middle School, Gilligan Road, East Greenbush on Sunday morning, June 9th 2013. This is a 5K event which will benefit The Nikki Hart Children’s Memorial Fund and the Unity House Domestic Violence Programs. Liza Ellen Warner and Nikki Hart, both of whom grew up in East Greenbush were murder victims in their own homes. At 9:30AM, the youth mile will be held free of charge. Each child will receive a medal. The 5K race/walk will begin at 10AM. On line-sign up/ applications may be found at www.active.com or at rememberingliza.org (by clicking on the fundraiser link) and cost $17.00 in advance. After June 4th, or on the day of the race, applications are $20.00. T-shirts will be given to the first 250 entries. Registration on June 9th begins at 8AM. Secure babysitting for moms who want to run will be available. Auctions, raffles and other fun activities will be taking place. All runners and the public in general is encouraged to attend not only to enjoy the day but make a statement against domestic violence in our neighborhoods and homes.
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EAST GREENBUSH SUMMER CAMP The Community & Recreation Services Department is pleased to announce the return of Summer Day Camp for 2013. Day Camp runs from July 8th-August 16th, Monday-Friday, 9am3pm, and is broken up into two (2) Three-week sessions. Camp is limited to 200 children per session, so sign up today to secure your spot! Call The Department of Community & Recreation Services with any questions at 477-4194 or visit www.eastgreenbush.org.
IT’S TIME TO REGISTER FOR SUMMER CAMP! The Town of Poestenkill is proud to announce the return of summer camp, accepting campers from entering kindergarten to 8th grade. We are offering new and fun field trips and weekly trips to Grafton beach. For more information, please contact Tara Houser or visit the Youth Department website.
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LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to Section 272-a of the Town Law, the Town Board of the Town of Brunswick will conduct a public hearing on the 30th day of May, 2013, at 6:30 P.M., at the Brunswick Town Hall, 336 Town Office Road, Town of Brunswick, to obtain input and comment from the public in connection with the preparation and adoption of an updated Comprehensive Plan of the Town of Brunswick. PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that a copy of the Draft Comprehensive Plan of the Town of Brunswick, bearing date April, 2013, is available for review in the Office of the Town Clerk, 336 Town Office Road, Town of Brunswick, at the Brunswick Community Library, 4118 NYS Route 2, Town of Brunswick, during regular busIness hours, and on the Town’s official website, www.townofbrunswick.org. All persons wishing to speak will be heard at the time and place as aforesaid. Dated: Brunswick, New York May 10 , 2013 BY ORDER OF THE TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF BRUNSWICK ~Town Clerk
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PUBLIC NOTICE INVITATION FOR PROPOSALS PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Town of Nassau is seeking proposals for a roof replacement for a town building located at 3130 US Route 20, Town of Nassau, NY. Detailed specifications are available at the Town Clerk's Office or the Supervisor's Office during business hours or on the Town's website www.townofnassau.org. Prevailing wage applies to all employees of those submitting proposals. Such proposals are due in the Town Clerk's Office P.O. Box 587 - 29 Church Street, Nassau N.Y. 12123 by 11:30 A.M. on Wednesday, May 29, 2013. The Town Board reserves the right to reject any and all proposals. Non-collusive bidding certificates must accompany each submittal. BY ORDER OF THE NASSAU TOWN BOARD Dated: May 9, 2013 Sandra L. Rings, Town Clerk
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BUDGET HEARING AND ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION NORTH GREENBUSH COMMON SCHOOL DISTRICT 2013-14 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Education of the North Greenbush Common School District will hold a Budget Hearing at the Little Red School House, 49 North Greenbush Rd, Troy, New York, 12180 on Wednesday, May 8, 2013 at 6:30 pm (prevailing time) for the purpose of discussion of the expenditure of funds and the budgeting thereof proposed by the Board of Education for the school year July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2014. NOTICE IS GIVEN that a copy of the statement of the amount of money, which may be required for the following year for school purposes, exclusive of public money, may be obtained by any resident in the District at the District Office, 476 North Greenbush Road, Suite 10, Rensselaer, New York, 12144, and at the Little Red Schoolhouse, 49 North Greenbush Road, Troy, New York, 12180 during the 14 days immediately preceding the annual budget vote and election, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. prevailing time, other than a Saturday, Sunday, or a holiday, together with the text of any resolution to be presented to the voters. A copy of the detailed statement of estimated expenditures will also be made available at the Budget Hearing to be held May 8, 2013. NOTICE IS GIVEN that the Annual Vote upon the appropriation of the necessary funds to meet the estimated expenditures for school purposes for the 2013-14 school year and the election of members of the Board of Education and any other business that may legally come before this meeting will take place on May 21, 2013, between the hours of 2:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. prevailing time, at the Little Red Schoolhouse, 49 North Greenbush Road, Troy, New York, 12180. NOTICE IS GIVEN that petitions nominating candidates for the office of member of the Board of Education must be filed with the Clerk of the District at 476 North Greenbush Road, Suite 10, Rensselaer, New York, 12144 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., prevailing time, and no later than Monday, April 22, 2013, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The following vacancy is to be filled by the Board of Education: Three-year term (2013-2016) last incumbent: David Hunter Candidates for office of member of the Board of Education shall be nominated by petition and each petition must be filed with the Clerk of the District, and shall be signed by at least twenty-five (25) qualified voters of the District. The petition shall state the residence of each signer and shall state the name and residence of the candidate. NOTICE IS GIVEN that applications for Absentee Ballots may be applied for at the Office of the District Clerk. If the ballot is to be mailed to the voter, the completed application must be received by the District Clerk no later than Monday, May 13, 2013 at 3:00 p.m., prevailing time. If the ballot is to be delivered personally to the voter, the completed application must be received by
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Zumba with Aimee and Nicole at the Troy Elks. 134 North Greenbush Rd. across from Moscatiellos. Tues. nights 7-8 pm. $6.00 walk in. Call 9296836 or 857-4456 with questions.
5/18, 9-3. Tollgate Rd. AP. Multi family. Household, tools, antiques
Huge Lawn Sale: 8 Clara Ct., Snyders Lk. May 18 & 19, 9am3pm
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POESTENKILL HISTORICAL SOCIETY “Come one, come all...TROY’S GREAT FIRE OF 1862" On May 28th, at 7:00PM at the Poestenkill Town Hall, Kathy Sheehan, Rensselaer County Historian, will present this program. “The air was full of smoke and cinders”...A major portion of Troy was destroyed when a spark from a locomotive started the fire on the wooden covered Green Island Bridge, with ashes cast as far as Poestenkill and Sand Lake. Troy was one of the first communities in this area to buy steam controlled fire trucks, so the firefighters were able to contain the fire laterally. The fire was finally stopped at what is now 8th Street to the east, Federal Street to the north and Congress Street to the south. There are many more facts to learn about this historical event, so we hope you will be able to attend. The program is free, refreshments to follow. Any questions, please call Pat @283-5223. the District Clerk no later than Monday, May 20, 2013 at 3:00 p.m., prevailing time. Absentee Ballots must be received in the office of the District Clerk no later than 3:00 p.m., prevailing time, on May 21, 2013. Qualified voters, who meet the criteria for “permanently disabled” and are so certified by the Rensselaer County Board of Elections, will receive paper ballots by mail. A list of all persons to whom Absentee Ballots shall have been issued will be available for public inspection in the office of the District Clerk on each of the five (5) days prior to the date of the Annual Meeting and Election between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., prevailing time, weekdays, and such list will also be posted at the polling place at the Annual Meeting and Election of members of the Board of Education. Dated: March 13, 2013 Wendy Driscoll, District Clerk
5/18, 9-5. Large sale. 11 Shannon Ct. off Wildwood. WSL. Garage/ tailgate sale. May 17-18, 9-2. Evan. Luth. Church, Rt. 351 Poestenkill. $10/space. 283-2510
Huge perennial/plants/shrubs & veg. sale, over 75 varieties, also beautiful garden sun catching glass totems, homemade preserves & craft items, 5/17-18, 8-5, Rt. 150 to Wildwood Hghts., WSL May 17-18, 9-5. 24 Petalas Dr. East Greenbush. W/D, motorcycle, kitchen table, alot of kids toys, household and kitchen items. Moving sale. 5/17-18, 9-3. 2695 NY 43, AP. (Glass Lake). Multi-family May 17 & 18 5 Reichards Ln., Wynantskill. Hsld., kids/baby, linens, tools, Xmas, etc Sat. 5/18, 8-2, 732 Plank Rd., Poestenkil. Antiques, furn., baby items, kit. things, bedding & more! Sunset Hills in Schodack Center multi-fam. furn. hshld items, games, books. 5/18, 9a-4p Troy, 105 Delaware. 5/18, 10-1. Anime, games, costumes, crafts, more. Yard sale. 24 Rexham Nassau. 5/18-19 , 10-4.
POESTENKILL ANNUAL RABIES CLINIC The Rensselaer Co. Health Dept. in connection with the Town of Poestenkill will be holding their annual RABIES CLINIC on Thursday, June 6, 2013, at the Sullivan Jones Post Pavilion located on Veterans Street. Cats will be vaccinated from 5 p.m. thru 6 p.m. and they must be in carriers. Dogs will be vaccinated from 6 p.m. thru 7 p.m. and must be leashed. A record of rabies inoculation is requested in order to obtain a 3 yr. booster. A donation is requested to help defray the cost of the clinic. If you have any questions, please contact Sue Horton, Town Clerk at 283-5119.
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East Greenbush. $295K, 1+ acres, 3,166 sq. ft. 4 BR Colonial, built 1973. 45 Albany Place. Open house May 18th, 10-12. 441-1338 Grafton $130k 3 acres 2BR cottage, office, open concept: kit. DR LR 1152sq.ft. Open House 5/19/13 Pruett Enterprises 4778339 or 489-7091 Open Sunday 1-3. Cohoes condo! Maintainence FREE! 2 master suites! $200’s. Dir: 606 Avalon Pl.Bryce. 937-5120 Open Sunday 1-3. Rent w/option $1000/ month or buy for $110 K! Avail. immed! 3 BR Brookview Schl. Dir: 70 Seaman Ave. Castleton. Bryce 271-7630 Open Sunday 1-4. Outstanding custom home! 4 + BR, HW flrs, FP, grmt. kitchen, large mature lot. Dir: Brunswick Rd. or Pawling to Pinewoods( #557) Al @ Bryce 441-4353 Open House: 54 Oriole Ave. WSL, Sun. 5/19 1-3. Sprawling 3br 2ba ranch. 1/2 acre lot. $265,220
Snowbirds-Camp on Small Lake. Taborton Rd. Full season rental only. No pets. 658-2085
Open Sunday 12-2. Lake views & dock rights! Open floor plan w/ gleaming Red Oak flrs! $150’s. Dir: 93 Second Dyke Rd. Harvey @ Bryce 466-1303. Open Sunday 12-3. HUGE esstate home on dead end st. Room to grow. 4 BR, 1.5 ba. Den, garage & more. $130’s. Dir: 344 Taylor Ct. Bryce 271-7630 Open Thursday 4-6. Solid brick home in Brittonkill Schls! 3 + BR, mature lot, 3 season porch. Dir: 33 Grange Rd. Bryce 271-7630
LEGAL NOTICE Crystal's Performance Horses, LLC Notice of Formation of Limited Liability Company. Articles of Organization filed with the Department of State of New York on 4/23/13. Office location, Rensselaer County. Secretary of State of New York State is designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY may mail a copy of any process to Crystal's Performance Horses, LLC, 320 Burden Lake Rd East Greenbush, NY 12061. No reported agent. Latest date of dissolution of LLC; None. Purpose; any lawful activities.
$825/mo. util. incl. sunny 2nd flr country apt. W/D, new carpet. NS/NP. Single/couple. 766-2344 $875+ Av.Pk., quiet, 2br, duplex, h/w flrs., w/d hkup, patio, 2 ba., d/w, no pets/smoke 674-2463 $875+ util. Nassau. Large 2 BR. No pets, no smoking. Security deposit. Broker/owner. 428-5968
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HOMES FOR SALE 1991 Skyline mobile home in Bon Acre Park, AP. 3 BR, 2 bath, central air. $29,000. 674-1629 5 BR, 2 ba. 6 year old double wide. $105K, 5+ acres. Bryce 588-6755 Schodack mobile hm 2br, $1200, new windows, stove/ref. Need credit for lot rent ($399). 210-6499 Taxes too high? Certified appraisal. Bryce 271-7630 West Sand Lake, just listed. 3 BR, 1 bath. $187,000. Built ‘92 with many updates. 275-1744
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ROOMMATE WANTED Roommate wanted: Mature adult to share condo in East Greenbush. $650. 209-3919
$960 Schod. Lovely country 2br. heat/water 1-2 people. N/P N/S Sec, lease. Avail now. 469-3685 1BR, West Sand Lake $625 with heat. Lease, security deposit. NS, NP. Refs. 674-1111 3BR, West Sand Lake $935 with heat. Lease, security deposit. NS, NP. Refs. 674-1111 Averill Park. 2nd flr 1 BR + den. $750 util incl. Private parking, attic storage. 674-8729. Averill PK. school dist. Unique country setting. 1 BR.,1 bath. Back deck with awning. Util. and heat included. Use of pool. 1 1/2 months security. $900. 857-4602 Castleton 2 BR, 2 ba. w/d, a/c, totally renovated, mah wood flrs, oriental rugs, yd, deck, prkng. $950 (518) 392-4267 or (914)592-8886 Country life! 2BR w/1,024sq. ft. of living space AP sch. (12062), NP. $925+ util. 265-5984 E.G. 5 min. to Albany. $700+sec. +util. 1 lrg. BR, dbl closets, updated, priv. prkg, laundry, very quiet. Perfect for 1. NS. NP. 3657896 EG 1BR $650, 2 BR $800. h/w incl. Well maint., renovated. Exc. cond., complex. NP. Sec, refs, 449-2122
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CALLING ALL VENDORS The Cambridge Parent Teacher Partnership is looking for all Fine Arts, Crafters and Vendors to participate in This year’s 13th Annual Craft Fair and Carnival to run alongside The Cambridge Chamber of Commerce’s 13th Annual Balloon Festival to be held on June 7th & 8th. Contact Dawn Case at (518) 677-3959 for more information or email her at email@example.com
STUDENTS NAMED TO PRESIDENT’S LIST at CHAMPLAIN COLL. The following area residents have been named to the Spring 2013 President’s List at Champlain College, a private baccalaureate institution, located in Burlington, Vt. It is a national leader in educating students through its unique program that prepares students for life beyond college with a mix of professional training, academic enrichment and cultural immersion. The honored students are: Joshua Heier of Averill Park, majoring in Computer Networking and Information Security. Patrick Jones of Sand Lake, majoring in Computer Networking and Information Security.
GRAFTON LIBRARY PLANT/BOOK SALE The Grafton Community Library, located at 2455 NY Route 2, will be the site of a multi-sale event on Saturday, May 18th. Doors open at 8 a.m. for the Plant and Book Sale, which will run until 1 p.m. Stop by the library to pick up some fresh reading material, as well as plants to enhance your garden. You never know what you will find!
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On April 13th, 2013 the Rensselaer County Dairy Princess Program hosted its 50th banquet in Pittstown, New York. This year’s candidates were Lindsey McMahon for Princess and Casey Greene for Alternate. The 2012-2013 Court included Dairy Princess Courtney Luskin, who is the current NYS Dairy Princess, Alternate Dairy Princess, Olivia Logue, Ambassadors Lindsey McMahon, Casey Greene, Lexi Hoag, Abbie Tarbox, Isabella Wiley, Amber Bruso, Courtney B ruso, Caroline Cipperly, Delilah Hoag, Bailey Hoag, Alexa Herrington, Jaidy Hernandez, Rebecca Bruso, Renee Galusha, and Terrie Anne Cottrell. After dinner, the NYS Dairy Princess Courtney Luskin gave an ADADC update and reminded those in attendance about the importance of Breakfast in the Classroom and the bone building calcium and other nutrients children need for their growing bodies they can find in milk. Then, each candidate gave a speech and answered an impromptu question. This year’s dairy princess scholarship winner was Alex Marbot who will be attending Hudson Valley next fall. The night also honored past dairy princess, past dairy princess court members and committee members as it was the 50th Dairy Princess Banquet. The night ended with the crowning of the 20132014 Alternate Dairy Princess Casey Greene and 2013-2014 Rensselaer County Dairy Princess Lindsey McMahon. Congratulations to the 20132014 Rensselaer County Dairy Princess Court. ~Courtney Luskin
ATT. POESTENKILL RESIDENTS! RE: SUMMER CLEAN/FREE MULCH Starting Monday, June 3rd thru Saturday, June 15th, for your convenience, there will be a dumpster placed at the TOWN HIGHWAY garage (108 Plank Rd.) where residents can place unwanted debris. The Town Highway will be open Monday thru Friday from 7:00 a.m.–3:00p.m. and Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 Noon. The following items are NOT accepted: tires, microwaves, paint, computers and appliances. Also, once again, the Town Highway is offering FREE mulch to Poestenkill residents. Please call Sue Horton, Town Clerk at 283-5119 for details.
Geraci Twins Electric, LLC Notice of Formation of Limited Liability Company Articles of Organization filed with the Department of State of New York on 02/11/2013. Office location, Rennselaer County. Secretary of State of New York State is designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. Secretary of State may mail a copy of any process to Geraci Twins Electric, LLC, 26 Dobert Court, Wynantskill, New York 12198. No reported agent. Latest date of dissolution of LLC: None. Purpose: All legal purposes.
Notice of Formation of Limited Liability Company. Name: Dunn Materials Group, LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 04/02/2013. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNYshall mail a copy of process to the LLC, 209 Partition Street Extension,Rensselaer, New York, 12144. Purpose: any lawful activity.
Keener Coaching, LLC Notice of Formation of Limited Liability Company Articles of Organization filed with the Department of State of New York on 01/25/2013. Office location, Rensselaer County. Secretary of State of New York State is designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. Secretary of State may mail a copy of any process to Keener Coaching, LLC, 31 Centerview Drive, Troy, New York 12180. No reported agent. Latest date of dissolution of LLC: None. Purpose: All legal purposes. LIMM, LLC Notice of Formation of Limited Liability Company Articles of Organization filed with the Department of State of New York on September 10, 2012. Office location, Rensselaer County. Secretary of State of New York State is designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. Secretary of State may mail a copy of any process to LIMM, LLC, 7 Lindsay Drive, Troy, New York 12180. No reported agent. Latest date of dissolution of LLC: None. Purpose: All legal purposes. R. Borrero Rentals, LLC Notice of Formation of Limited Liability Company Articles of Organization filed with the Department of State of New York on 02/14/2013. Office location, Rensselaer County. Secretary of State of New York State is designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. Secretary of State may mail a copy of any process to R. Borrero Rentals, LLC, 827 River Road, Troy New York 12180. No reported agent. Latest date of dissolution of LLC: None. Purpose: All legal purposes. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC) Name: EG Window Coverings LLC. Articles of Organization filed with Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on February 25, 2013. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to c/o The LLC, 145 Old Red Mill Road, Rensselaer, New York 12144. Purpose: Any lawful business purpose.
Notice of Formation of Vanderbilt Beach, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with NY Dept. of State on 4/29/13. Office location: Rensselaer County. Sec. of State designated agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served and shall mail process to: Vanderbilt Beach, LLC, 300 Jordan Rd., Troy, NY 12180, principal business address. Purpose: any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of DAYBREAK II CHARTERS LLC, Arts of Org. filed with NY Secy of State (SSNY) on 03/15/13. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY is designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to 1078 NY 43, Stephentown, NY 12168. Purpose: any lawful activity. MEPPEN NICHOLS LLC, a domestic LLC, Arts. of Org. filed with the SSNY on 3/13/13. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC, 97 Lord Hill Rd., E. Nassau, NY 12062. General Purposes.
LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC). Name: 146 Columbia Turnpike LLC. Articles of Organization filed with Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 03/28/2013. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to: 146 Columbia Turnpike, East Greenbush, New York 12144. Purpose: to engage in any lawful act or activity for which a limited liability company may be formed under section 201 of the Limited Liability Company Law.
KIWANIS SUMMERFEST VENDORS WANTED Sand Lake Kiwanis SUMMERFEST 2013 is June 14, 15 & 16. This 3-day family carnival event has rides, parade, booths, games, crafts, tennis tournament, firematics competition, bands, food, fireworks and more! Vendors: Booth space is available to sell products or distribute information. Rental fees apply for 1-3 days of the event. CONTACT: Janet at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Formation of 332 First Street, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 4/16/13. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC, 124 Abbey Rd., Poestenkill, NY 12140. Purpose: any lawful activities. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. Name: 4 Onderdonk, LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 01/07/2013. Office Location: Rensselaer County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLC, 2 Cooper Ave., Rensselaer, New York 12144. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. Name: 580 Columbia Turnpike, LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 01/15/2013. Office Location: Rensselaer County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLC, 2 Cooper Ave., Rensselaer, New York 12144. Purpose: For any lawful purpose. Happy Lunch Restaurant and Bar, LLC Notice of Formation of Limited Liability Company Articles of Organization filed with the Department of State of New York on 02/14/2013. Office location, Rensselaer County. Secretary of State of New York State is designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. Secretary of State may mail a copy of any process to Happy Lunch Restaurant and Bar, LLC, 827 River Street, Troy, New York 12180. No reported agent. Latest date of dissolution of LLC: None. Purpose: All legal purposes. VALLEY VIEW FARM NORTH PROPERTIES, LLC Notice of Formation of Limited Liability Company Articles of Organization filed with the Department of State of New York on February 11, 2013. Office location, Rensselaer County. Secretary of State of New York State is designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. Secretary of State may mail a copy of any process to Valley View Farm North Properties, LLC, 296 Casey Road, Schaghticoke, NY 12154. No reported agent. Latest date of dissolution of LLC: None. Purpose: All legal purposes. Notice Of Formation Of LLC. Name: Expert System Services LLC. Articles were filed with Secretary of State of New York on 4/2/2013. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY is designated as agent of LLC whom process against it mat be served. SSNY shall mail any process against it to: Expert System Services 139 Main Ave. Wynantskill NY 12198. Purpose: Any lawful activity.
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477-5555 ATTENTION RESIDENTS OF EAST GREENBUSH! The Town is seeking a volunteer resident to sit on a Capital District Transportation Committee Study Advisory Committee (SAC). The SAC will be studying ways to create links for the 9&20/4-40 corridors. The volunteer should be opened minded and a great listener. Please submit a brief description of why you would be the best candidate to volunteer for the committee. Mail your entries to: Meghan Webster, 225 Columbia Turnpike, Rensselaer, NY 12144 OR Email them to – email@example.com. Entries due no later than Friday, May 17th.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Highway Dept. for the Town of Nassau is seeking to hire two fulltime CDL truck drivers. Please call the Town Highway Garage at (518) 766-9417 or stop in to pick up an application and set up an interview. The address is 599 Central Nassau Rd. and the current hours at the Highway Garage are Mon.-Thurs. from 7am-5pm.
Earn extra money with AVON only $10. Call Marci (518)209-3998. youravon.com/mbeaucoux
Route sales Albany area. Career opportunity, position entails delivery of bakery products by box truck, no special license. Early morning start, excellent customer service skills. This may be your chance to be associated with one of the regions finest, Lepage, distributors of Country Kitchen, Barowsky Organic, and Natures Own, deliver, display and sell company product lines on your assigned sales route. Lepage is looking for self motivated individuals to operate routes which may lead to the purchase of your own. Forward resume to: Dutton@mainestaff.com For more information call Dutton at 1-888786-0791 Summer Ice Cream counter help. Interview session Sat. May 18th @ 9:30 at Moxie’s 1344 Spring Ave. Wynantskill WAITSTAFF. Casual and fine dining. Must be available days, evenings, weekends. Apply at Paolo Lombardis, 104 West Sand Lake Rd. 283-0202. www.paololombardis.com
Barbers wanted. Experience. Will train hair dresser. 269-7702 . Construction laborer (residential) with min. 2 yrs. exp. Clean drivers license and appearance with reliable vehicle required. Smoke free work environment. Starting pay comm. with exp. email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Maintenance/Full Time 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. - EOW Building maintenance experience preferred. We offer paid sick, vacation, personal & holiday time as well as health insurance and a 401K plan. EOE.
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DISHWASHERS Must be reliable. Please apply in person at 104 West Sand Lake Rd. Wynantskill 283-0202 or online at: paololombardis.com Drivers: Home Nightly! Albany, NY Flatbed! CDL-A, 1yr. exp. req. Estenson Logistics. Apply: www.goelc.com 1-866-336-9642 Employee owned construction company seeks insulators. No exp. necessary. F/T permanent employment with benefit package, competitive wages, & opportunities for advancement into NYS approved apprenticeship programs. Requires travel, vechicle a must. Drug free workplace and EOE. Call (518)766-9360 betw. 12-4 pm Infant room teacher, AAS in Early Childhood, send resume to TLC@brunswickchurch.org Part-time Machinist: M-F days. Pay based on skill. 274-5091 Sitter needed in my Nassau home 3-6 pm. M-W-F. 931-4029.
SCHODACK’S DEM. COMM. SEEKS CANDIDATES FOR NOV. ELECTION
Supervisor and two Town Board seats are up. Interviews will be held during May and June. “We need diversity on the board to ensure elected officials are acting in the best interests of residents. Years of single party rule have led to high taxes and runaway spending,” said Chairwoman Elizabeth Gable. The Committee’s platform includes fiscal responsibility, open government, and encourages public participation. “We support economic development in compliance with our laws that doesn’t damage the quality of life for residents,” Gable said. “Our record of supporting local business demonstrates this.” “We want long term planning, Whether you’d like to supplement your income the conservative use of town or just get away from the 40+ hour grind. resources and input from citizens and business owners,” Gable said. 2 Days/Week incl. EOW • 11pm-7am “Elected representatives must balance the interests of all residents, while considering the cost of proposals, and 2 Days/Week incl. EOW • 7am-3pm & 3pm-11pm impact on the welfare of the whole town. Building a strong tax base shouldn’t destroy 2 Days/Week incl. EOW • 3pm-11pm neighborhoods or our natural resources.” Call the Assistant Director of Nursing Services For information about the Schodack Democratic at 518-758-6222, ext. 3099, Committee, visit www. Email: email@example.com schodackdemocrats.com or Fax 518-758-1909 call Gable at 477-2630.
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ANTIQUES DEALER TO SPEAK IN NEW LEBANON On Friday, May 24th, the Seniors’ Ministry of Immaculate Conception/St. Joseph Parish, New Lebanon, will host Tom Carpentier, an antiques dealer in New Lebanon, Columbia County. Tom will offer free evaluations of old jewelry, dishes, glassware, silver, pottery and other artifacts that participants are invited to bring to the meeting. He will also answer questions from the audience about the history of their family heirloom pieces. The presentation will begin at 11:30 am in the parish hall, located at 732 U.S. Route 20, New Lebanon. A light lunch will be served after the program. All who are interested are invited to attend at no charge. For information, please call Mary Linton, 518-733-0469.
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The Poestenkill Evangelical Lutheran church, 772 NY Route 351, will hold a Spring Garage Sale on Friday, May 17th; and Saturday, May 18th, at the church from 9AM to 2PM on both days. The Church of the Redeemer Thrift Shop (1249 Third Street, Rensselaer, at the corner of Third and Catherine Streets) will be open on Thursdays from 3 to 6PM; and on Saturday, May 18th, from 9AM to 2PM. The shop features household items, clothing for all sizes and ages (many name brands, very reasonable prices), books, toys, luggage and many one-of-a-kind items. The Thrift Shop is on a CDTA busline, is handicappedaccessible, and can be entered from the parking lot behind the building. Learn more at Facebook.com/ Redeemerthriftshop.
Top Soil, Etc. OF WYNANTSKILL
The Olde Kinderhook Fair will be held on Saturday, June 1st, from 10AM to 4PM, rain or shine, and admission is free. The fair is held in the Kinderhook Village Square. The day includes: Craft Vendors, Ichabod Crane Art Department exhibit, Kinderhook Reformed Church pancake breakfast & plant swap/sale, Tours of the Vanderpoel House of History, Civil War Exhibit in the Columbia county Museum, Farmers Market, Live Music, Fyfe & Drum Munster behind the House of History & Parade at noon, Food Vendors and a Bouncy Ride for the kids. Join us for activities, food and fun for the whole family! An annual event sponsored by the Kinderhook Business and Professional Association (KBPA). Visit us on the web at www.kinderhookbusiness.com
St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church, 751 County Route 7 (directly off Route 150), East Schodack, is now accepting donations for its Spring Tag Sale, Saturday, May 18th. The sale will run from 9 am - 4 pm. Homemade baked goods will also be available for purchase. For info. or to make a donation, please call: 477-6950 or 438-1109. Clean, unbroken, gently used items only please. No large appliances or clothing. Sale Proceeds will go to steeple repairs at the church.
BOY SCOUT TROOP 525 OF WSL COLLECTING HISTORICAL TROOP INFO. Boy Scout Troop 525 of West Sand Lake is collecting information about the history of the troop to help celebrate its upcoming 75th Anniversary. The troop was first chartered on June 1, 1939 and has a rich history as an organization in the local community. We would love to hear from any former scouts or scoutmasters from the troop. If you can add historical facts, anecdotes, personal experiences or any information regarding Troop 525, please contact Eden at 283-4566.
PVT. TOMASINO GRADUATES FROM RECRUIT TRAINING Marine Corps Pvt. Mark A. Tomasino, son of Jennifer L. Tomasino of Cramerton, N. C. and James A. Fay, Jr of Rensselaer, N. Y., earned the title of United States Marine after graduating from recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S. C. For 13 weeks, Tomasino stayed committed during some of the world’s most demanding entry-level military training in order to be transformed from civilian to Marine instilled with pride, discipline and the core values of honor, courage and commitment. One week prior to graduation, Tomasino endured The Crucible, a 54-hour final test of recruits’ minds and bodies. Upon completion, recruits are presented the Marine Corps emblem and called Marines for the first time. Tomasino is a 2009 graduate of Paul V. Moore High School of Central Square, N. Y.
VERMILYEA NAMED to DEAN’S LIST at CHAMPLAIN COLLEGE Jeremy Vermilyea, a resident of Averill Park, has been named to the Spring 2013 Champlain College Dean’s List for academic achievements and achieving a semester grade point average of 3.5 or higher. Vermilyea, son of Gerald and Grace Vermilyea of Averill Park, is majoring in Psychology.
GARDEN CLUB OF EAST SCHODACK’S 53rd ANNUAL PLANT SALE The Garden Club of East Schodack will conduct its Annual Plant Sale on Saturday, May 18, 2013, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The Sale will be held at the East Schodack Fire Company, Route 150 in East Schodack. There will be a large variety of planting material from our members’ gardens. There will be perennials, annuals, wild flowers, herbs, ground cover, and vegetables. Members will be on hand to answer questions and advise on planting. Again this year, FREE soil testing by Master Gardeners from Rensselaer County Cooperative Extension will be offered. DIRECTIONS: Bring 3-4 DRY samples from each site. Dig approximately 2" deep and place samples in a plastic bag or container. For best selection: COME EARLY!
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SERVICES ABANDONED AUTOS Cash paid for junk and unwanted vehicles. Call Dennis 542-7629
ADAM’S LANDSCAPING Mow, rake, prune, fertilize, yardwork, brush mowing, general clean-up +rem. free est 283-5753
ADDITIONS/ GARAGES Free estimates. Fully insured. Quality work. 368-3716
AERUS ELECTROLUX VAC. And all brands. Free service checks. Brenda 272-6317
ANIMAL BEDDING Quality pine wood shavings; sold in bulk by the yard. Del. 817-7161.
APPLIANCE REPAIR Most brands incl. Sears. Prompt service. Mike Horowitz 477-8378
ATV - MOTORCYCLE - SNOW MOBILE & BLOWER REPAIR ATVs, motorcycles, snowmobiles. Only $45/hr. Free oil change on any repair over $200. CycleCarPartsRus.com 766-6621
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR MILLER’S AUTOMOTIVE, Averill Park (518)674-5222
AUTOS WANTED Cash Paid. Junk cars/trucks/vans. Free towing. No title needed. Fast, same day serv. John 370-6166
BOOKKEEPING & PAYROLL Travel to your location, Siena Graduate, 20 yrs exp. 441-2210
CHIMNEY CLEANING Chimney cleaning & repairs, wood stoves installed. Insured, experienced. Don Bradley 6742444
CLEAN-OUTS Specializing in residential and commercial clean-ups, attics, bs’mts, garages, estates, insured. Simple Solutions - Mark 283-6527
CLEANOUTS / JUNK REMOVAL Attics, basements, garages, demo, barn, sheds, pools, etc. Yard cleanups. 339-3369
COMPUTER REPAIR Reboot Computers. We fix PC & Macs. Low rates. (518) 326-0140
CONCRETE RESURFACING No mess, no tearouts, bonds to existing concrete. Colors and patterns. 268-9764
CONCRETE Sidewalks, patios, floors, pools. Delivery of mulch, topsoil, stone. Averill Park 518-605-4111
CONTRACTING - BILL PETTIS Roofing / siding / shingles, rubber. Chimney & slate repair. Free est. Fully insured. 518-590-8089
DEBRIS REMOVAL Attics/ B’ment / Garage, Cons. cleanup. We take it all! 727-4068
DECKS Clean and seal; or build new. Free estimates. 368-3716
DECKS/PRESSURE WASHING keep your home and your deck clean. town or country. local cell. 618-8051
DIVORCE Uncontested papers prepared $349(incl. poor person app) incl. gov. fees if poor person app. is appr. 274-0380
DRYWALL Best Drywall, Insul., hanging, taping, painting, ref., ins. 4287568 DRAIN CLEANING Full service drain cleaning & repairs, incl. camera/video inspections. Emergency service APS Sewer & Drain Cleaning 6740908
ELECTRICAL S & J Electric. Service upgrades, generator hookups and repairs. Lic’d. and ins. Free est. 376-0731
ELECTRICAL WORK Installations & repairs. Quality work, reas. rates. Steve 364-7231
ELECTRICIAN Lammon Electric. Full lic. & ins. 25yrs exp., res./comm. Stand by Generac generator. 274-5100
ELECTRICIAN Specializing in emergency stand by generators. Portable generator hook-ups, fuse and breaker panel upgrades and trenching. Quality work and insured. Dave 221-0231
HOME CARE SERVICES Seniors, children, disabled, hospice experience, excellent references, Amy 518-533-3818 HOME MAINTENANCE and REPAIR Power washing, painting, etc. home maint. inside/out. 269-0936 HOME REPAIR AND MORE Painting, masonry, elec. plumbing 25 years. Refs. Ken 857-7689. HOME REPAIRS Fences, carpentry, painting, masonry, doors. 669-0814 2719161 HOUSE CLEANING Using Green cleaners. Call for price. 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
ODD JOBS Mowing, shopping, cleaning, Dr. appts. etc. Rebecca 428-7778 PAINT 1 room or all. Int/ ext., wallpaper removed. Ins. Free est. 368-3716 PAINTER - PAPER HANGER 30 yrs exp. free est, fully ins. Economical prices Nancy 2484044 PAINTING - INT./EXT. AA Season’s Best Painting Svc. 20 yrs exp. Member of BBB. Insurance & refs. Major credit cards accepted. 424-0078 PAINTING/PAPER HANGING Interior / exterior painting. Drywall hanging and taping. Over 35 yrs. experience. Leonard 733-9786 PAINTING BCT Painting. Smaller jobs specialty, senior & veterans discount. Over 25 yrs exp. John 235-3294
KITCHEN/ BATH REMODELING Quality work, free estimates. Call anytime 368-3716
FIREWOOD Cut, split, delivered. Mixed hardwoods. $200/cord. John 2793660
LANDSCAPING Comm./res. cleanups mulch mowing deliveries 852-7544/8525329
PLUMBING & HEATING Repair, installs, service, licensed experienced, insured. Cert., 24 hr. service 518 283-2331
FIREWOOD Log length firewood. $100 cord. 832-0849 or 639-4469
LANDSCAPING Comm./res. spring cleanups, mulch, lawn care/mowing. Fully ins. 518-813-5787 Superior Landscaping.
Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Gross Mechanical. 28 years serving the Capital Dist. Lowest rates around! 698-8556
GUTTERS/ SEAMLESS The Gutter Guy. Cleaning & repair also avail. Fully ins. 24 yrs. exp. 339-3231
HANDYMAN , REMODELING and Carpentry services. Experienced. Careful attention to detail. Insured. Guaranteed int/ext. work. Call Ernie Mumford 669-4530
HANDYMAN All repairs, painting, windows & doors. Brian (518) 732-7345
HANDYMAN Framing, sheetrock, floors, finish work, painting, odd jobs. Free est. Great prices. Carmine 496-0968
HANDYMAN REPAIR 30 yrs. exp. Kit., baths, carpentry, roofing, plumbing, elect. 526-1604
HANDYMAN/ REPAIR 20 years experience. Carpentry, electrical, plumbing, etc. 766-9346
HOME & YARD RENEWAL All phases. Standard & custom. Lic. Ins. Free est. Phillips Renovations 279-1904
LAWN CARE Mowing, cleanups, weeding, odd jobs, handyman serv., trash out, doing the things you don’t want to. Call B & B Services at 894-8191 or 423-0897. LAWN CARE Spring clean up, mowing, hedge trimming, mulching, brush & small tree removal.Call Jeff 488-2821 LAWN CARE Spring cleanup, residential lawns $25. weekly mowing. 766-9500
Perennials: Shades of Green Specializes in hosta & perennials for shade. Open Tues.-Fri. 10a6p; Sat 10a-4p (Sun. 10a-4p thru June) 2036 Cook Rd., Charlton lotsahosta.com 882-5433
Plumbing- Wells Electrical Pipes, wires, pumps my forte. 25+ exper. 24/7 response 674-8480 POOL OPENINGS Liner changes. Repairs. Renovations, installations. Concrete work. 268-9764 POOL TABLE RECOVERING/ Moving. Many years experience. A. Falato 383-5551 PRESSURE WASH/PAINTING Custom painting, deck refinish, cedar & alum. siding. Keep your home clean. Town or country, local cell 618-8051. Free estimates. PRESSURE WASHING Exterior house washing, soft roof wash.( 518) 785-0096
LAWNMOWER REPAIR Prompt, guaranteed repairs on most brands incl. Sears. Pkup/del. Mike Horowitz 477-8378
Rainbow Vacuum Cleaners Authorized service. New & used units, free pickup. Serving area over 35 years. 1- 877-265-8367 Toll free.
MASONRY All phases, new and old. Fully insured. Call Shawn 577-0962
ROOF All types, quality work, free est., fully insured. (518) 368-3716
MASONRY All types, concrete, foundation repairs, basement waterproofing. New installs or repairs. 376-5426
ROOFING Specializing in architectural, 3 tab, metal, cedar shakes and repairs. Free estimate. Call 378-6298
MOWING - MULCHING Garden design. bigdavesyard.com 518-424-3667
ROOFING A&J Roofing, shingles, slate, rubber. Fully insured. Free est. (518)283-9094
MULCH, STONE, TOPSOIL Spreading available Free delivery Property improvements. 339-3369
ROTO -TILLING Will till your garden, flower bed, etc. 283-0197
TREE SERVICE Scheffler’s Tree Service. Removal, pruning, trimming. Insured, free estimates. Bill 4799749
ROTO-TILLING All types and sizes. Prompt. 8 HP Troy Bilt. Fred (518)935-0167 ROTOTILLING / LAWN CARE S.L.S. Services Fair Prices 286-2062 ROTOTILLING No garden too big or small. Reas. rates for all. Mark (518)283-7020 SEPTIC CLEANING Sand Lake Septic. Tanks cleaned, repair, new installation 674-3000 SEPTIC SERVICE Tanks cleaned, group rates avail. Call a neighbor! Gene 674-5223
TREE, STUMP, SHRUB Stump removal, crane and bucket truck. Chipping, pruning. 3393369
FENCING Backyard fencing, all types of fencing. Install/repair. 451-0531
GUTTERS Empire Seamless Gutters (518) 732-2761, 577-8311
TREE SERVICE DJ Tree Service, 23 yrs. exp. Free est. Stump removal, ins. 427-1590
PAINTING- INT. / EXTERIOR Spring spruceup! $75/room. Exp., fully ins. Free est. 410-4902
JOEYJUNK.COM Cleanouts, hauling, attics, b’ment garages. Get it done fast for less cash. Fully ins. 237-JUNK “5865 “
LAWN CARE Reliable & affordable. Weekly & bi-weekly. Call Jeremy 429-7743
ROOFING No job too small. Fully ins., free est. Holland Roofing 451-9325
SEWING MACHINE REPAIR Household/industrial, all makes, tune-ups,parts, supplies 674-8491
EXCAVATION No job too big or small.Small machines to big machines. Drainage, driveways. 339-3369
LANDSCAPING D.J.M. Comm/Res. Lic. & Ins. cleanups, mowing, fert. 858-6514
Free Estimates • Fully Insured • 25 Years Experience
PAINTING Int./Ext. painting, free est. Steve Hill 732-2026
HOUSECLEANING Res/comm. Extreme. reas. rates, 25+yrs exp free est. ref 894-2049
FLOORS Floating, hardwood, tile, refinishing. Ins. Free est. 3683716
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ESTATE PROBATE From $1000 plus court fees. 283-7496
FIREWOOD/ GREEN Cut, split & deliv. $175/ full cd, $250 cord & 1/2. 658-2089. Local
SPRING-INTO-SUMMER!!! Total yard cleanup; removal of yard debris; mulching, clean outs and junk removal. Free estimates with an honest handshake. Call Chuck (518) 308-7842. STONE & DIRT DRIVEWAYS Repairs, Excavation, Ditching, Drainage. Stone & Gravel & Topsoil deliveries. Free est. insured. 258-4092/712-5332 STUMP ‘N GRIND Prof. stump grinding srvc. Insured. Best choice. 877-8033/ 301-5712 TILE Floors, walls, showers. Quality work, free estimates. 368-3716 TOPSOIL, GRAVEL, MULCH Delivery. Free estimates. 4510531 TREE SERVICE Brush, tree, shrub removal & trimming. Also small building demolition. Insured and experienced. Don Bradley Jr. (518) 674-2444 TREE & LANDSCAPE CARE Pruning, trimming, removal, stump grinding. Also full landscape service. Fully ins. Call Chris at 674-3343 TREE REMOVAL Cleanups. Free estimates. Call 451-0531.
WELL PUMP SERVICE Residential/commercial, service & repairs (518) 283-2331 WET BASEMENT/ MASONRY Any masonry work/ chimney. Wet basement and water diversion, foundations. 339-3369 WINDOW CLEANING Ken’s Window Cleaning. Fully insured, commercial/ residential 40 year family exp. 766-4975
SITUATIONS WANTED Companionship, aides and light housekeeping, doctor appts. 24/7 Reasonable. Exc. refs. 712-5049
CHILD CARE 2 FT daycare openings in Wynant. CPR, First Aid trained. Meals, activities, 28 yrs. exp. 366-0279 Childcare West Sand Lake area. FT/PT, flex. hrs., refs. 858-7030 East Greenbush mom. F/T. or P/T Infants +. Exp. Refs. 479-3601 Mature teen avail. for eve., wknd. & summer child care. 283-5401 NYS Lic’d home childcare. F/T P/T. flex hrs. to meet your needs. Christian mom/nurse exit 7 or 8 off I 90. 6 wks. old & up. 227-1497 Openings at A Sunshine Palace Daycare. Call 237-0556
FLEA MARKET ~Vendors Needed~ Chandler Young VFW on RT 20 and Lyons Lake Road in Nassau are seeking vendors for our Flea Market to be held on June 8th, which includes Chinese Auction, Bake Sale and 50/50. Tables are $15, inside and outside. Everyone Welcome. For more information, call Claudia at 423-5957 or Charlotte 7663970.
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“LIFE OF PI”
TEXAS HOLD’EM Chandler Young VFW on RT 20 and Lyons Lake Road in Nassau will hold a Texas Hold’em on Sunday, May 19th. Doors open at 12PM and play begins at 1PM. For more information, call Claudia at 423-5957 or Charlotte 766-3970.
A CITIZEN’S FRAME
In God We Trust
It’s now up to you! by Ronald Berti Two weeks ago, the Committee to Create a Community Center From the Old School Building published a position paper. Everywhere I go in Town the reaction has been very positive. Residents come up to me with quiet praise for our work and a sincere desire that we can convince our elected representatives to work together to make this dream a reality. They not only have identified themselves as Town residents, but as members of potential user groups for the Community Center. But herein lies the problem. While as individuals they have vocalized their support for the project; it has not yet coalesced into a sustained and unified movement representing their organizations. I have urged these people to become more vocal within their clubs to formalize their support. This endeavor on the part of the Committee not only seeks to create, centralize and expand a venue for Community Activities, but also seeks to preserve for the future a building that has great historical significance for thousands of former students who have passed through its hallowed halls. Furthermore, this building is an architectural beauty set upon a plain of green splendor. It would be a shame if this building went the way of St. Patrick’s Church in Watervliet and succumbed to the wrecker’s ball, to a heap of rubble. We are losing too many of our Landmarks in this country. There are now gaps in our history as told in the progression of our buildings. The terminal for the Troy & New England Railway is no longer recognizable. The Glass Factory is gone. The mills that brought fame and prosperity to Sand Lake are crumbling. Is the School going to go the same way and fade into the mists of time and the memories of its graduates? Let us give the School a re-birth of usefulness, value, convenience and practicality. Let it be many things for many people: Child Care Center; Youth Group Center; Library; Town Hall; Elder Care Center; a place for Social Groups such as the Garden Club, Kiwanis, Historical Society, Scouts, Athletic Leagues and others to gather and enjoy. The Committee has taken us to a hilltop from which we can see into the future. But for that insight and for that knowledge, our elected officials must commit to working for the benefit of all residents as part of the vision of the future. However, we can only do so much. It is now up to you , my fellow residents, to express your opinion to your elected officials. This is a Public Building and it will be a political decision, hopefully non-partisan, to either save or abandon the School. Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm and the willingness to confront great challenges. Remember, if St. George had killed a dragonfly instead of a dragon, who would remember him? Ronald can be reached at: RBerti@nycap.rr.com BY
In God We Trust
APHS MUSIC DEPT. INVITES COMMUNITY The Averill Park High School Music Department would like to invite the community to their concerts this year! As always, concerts begin at 7pm unless otherwise indicated, and take place in the High School auditorium. As in years past, the music program has an active year planned. Some of the highlights include: May 17/18 – NYSSMA Solo/Ensemble Festival @ Columbia HS. Students “audition” on a solo or small ensemble work of their choice, performing for an adjudicator who gives them unbiased feedback. Scores are used for acceptance into various other programs (such as Area All-State), and the process helps prepare students for auditions. May 21 – APHS Music Department Concert and Reception, Annual Chicken BBQ. This coincides with the budget vote. May 24/25 – NYSSMA Instrumental Majors hosted at APHS. Various school ensembles (bands and orchestras) will travel to APHS to perform for adjudication. May 31 – APHS Arts Gala - 6pm. A final event featuring all of the senior (grade 12) artists (visual and performing) at Averill Park High School.We hope to see you at one of our events! Thank you in advance for your continued support!
This month’s movie at St. Timothy’s Church, 470 Winter Street Extension is Academy Award Winner “The Life Of Pi”. The one showing will begin at 6:30 on May 17th. A young man who survives a disaster at sea is hurtled into an epic journey of adventure and discovery. While a cast away, he forms an unexpected connection with another survivor: a fearsome B engal tiger. The movie created from the original book is a breathtaking visual experience. The Bengal tiger will also take your breath away. Admission is free, as is our Popcorn and Soda.
32nd CAPITAL REGION BOCES’ SPRING PROM
MAY PROGRAMS AT THE NASSAU FREE LIBRARY
The 32nd Capital Region BOCES’ Spring Prom—the muchanticipated annual event started at the request of students in BOCES’ special education classes hoping for a celebration they could call their own—will be held on May 17, 2013 from 6:30 10:30 p.m. at the Albany Ramada Plaza, 3 Watervliet Avenue Ext., Albany, NY. The Spring Prom is a true example of BOCES organization-wide collaboration. A cache of gowns, suits and shoes — donated by staff and parents — are available to prom-goers at the Real World Fashion Store, run by students in the Career & Technical School’s (CTE) Vocational Training & Transition program. Corsages and boutonnieres are crafted by students in CTE’s Floral Design program. Dessert is baked by Culinary Arts students and up-dos and manicures are courtesy of Cosmetology students. A dedicated group of current and former Special Education and CTE staff ensure that the party comes off without a hitch. In addition, cash and in-kind donations from BOCES staff, students and local businesses make the event one that is accessible and affordable to all. Michelle Rosenberger, a BOCES Special Education alumna and one of the students whose suggestion helped start the prom tradition, said the prom is a way to mingle with current students, and reconnect with friends and teachers. “There’s really nothing else like it for these kids,” said Rosenberger, who is looking forward to attending this year’s prom—her thirty-second!—on May 17.
• Story-time - Wednesdays @ 10:30am. Join Kristine for simple stories and a craft. • May story-time themes: 5/22 – Bath time; 5/29 – Camping • Everyone is invited to our International Potluck - French May 16th - 6-8pm. Come taste flavors from around the world...the next stop will be France. Bring a French potluck dish to share. Please feel free to bring any items you have or stories you would like to share with the group. We will provide beverages and paper products. All ages welcome. Please call or email to register, and let us know what dish you will be bringing. • Family Movie Night - May 17th @ 6:00pm. Popcorn and beverages served while showing “A Monster in Paris”. Rated PG. • Battle of the Books! - May 20th @ 6:30pm. Join us for a night of fun competition. We will read a short story out loud and then divide participants into groups to see who wins the battle! All ages kids and adults welcome. Prize will be awarded to the winning team. • Movie Discussion Club - May 20th @ 7pm. This month the group will be discussing the movie “Laura”. A classic that was first released in 1944, starring Gene Tierney and Dana Andrews. You can request a copy through the library system. • Family Bingo - May 31st @ 6:30pm. Bring a candy bar and play bingo to win the candy bars. All ages kids and adults welcome. Please call the library at 766-2715 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to register for any of our programs.
Pet Adoption of the Week Louie Shepherd mix, approx. 1 yr old, needs yard with other dogs to play with, totally housebroken, up-to-date on vaccinations, neutered, no small children, or cats, can stay in crate while working. If you would like to meet Louie to possibly adopt him, Contact Sherry 393-0755 or email@example.com
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HEIER NAMED TRUSTEE SCHOLAR at CHAMPLAIN COLL. Joshua Heier, a resident of Averill Park, has been named a Champlain College Trustee Scholar: a designation awarded to students who attend Champlain College fulltime and maintain a 4.0 average for two consecutive semesters. Heier, son of Elizabeth and Eric Heier of Averill Park, NY is majoring in Computer Networking and Information Security, and earned a 4.0 GPA in the fall of 2012 and the spring of 2013.
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QUESTION: Sometimes I just can’t control all the stressful thoughts in my mind. Can meditation help? N. Nyman, Stephentown, NY ANSWER: The quick answer is yes. But first, imagine you are living two thousand years ago. You’ve just traveled a great distance to visit a friend who lives in the walled city of Jerusalem. As you approach the main Damascus Gate, you are met by a sentry who requires you to present your identity papers, announce the purpose and length of your stay, identify the individual you intend to visit, and prove that you have sufficient money for the return trip home. If you fail to fulfill any one of these requirements, you will not be allowed entry into the city and your journey will have been a painful waste. Every day a similar scenario takes place––at the main gate that leads into your mind. Did you know that your mind processes about 60,000 entry requests from thoughts every day? With 86,400 seconds in a 24 hour period, your mind will grant entry to a visiting thought every 1.2 seconds––and 95 percent of those thoughts will be the same ones you gave a free pass to yesterday. For most people, virtually any thought that seeks entry into the mind is instantly granted admission. First come stray observations about our immediate surroundings, then old memories and an expectation for the future, a melody from a favorite song, worries about money, physical sensations, petty jealousies, resentments and a craving for something to eat--– –all in less than a minute! Most of our thoughts don’t appear terribly harmful on the surface, but because many represent unconscious fears, anger and desires that conflict with our own inner wisdom, they eventually make it impossible for us to experience health, happiness and security. Without control over the mind, our habitual thoughts can sap our will, vitality and optimism, cause insomnia and even bring about serious physical ailments. But meditation changes our stress into strength by training the mind to skillfully deal with this enormous volume of mental traffic. With the tools of detachment, discrimination and will power learned in meditation, we can direct our thoughts as effectively as a New York City policeman directs automobile traffic through Times Square. Our health, happiness and security can be positively influenced by how skillfully we direct our thoughts. And once you practice meditation every day for just 5 minutes, this skill can become as easy and enjoyable as driving your car in the country on a beautiful Sunday afternoon. The meditation curriculum at the American Meditation Institute is accredited by the American Medical Association, Albany Medical College and the N.Y.S. Nurses Association. It is also endorsed by nationally recognized physicians Dr. Oz, Dean Ornish MD and Bernie Siegel MD.
• Game Nights - every Wednesday night in May! For ages 10 and up. • Computer Class: Apple computers for beginners. Friday, May 17th, at 1PM. Have a new Apple computer, Iphone or Ipad? Learn the basics of using it. Please sign up. • Star Trek party - Saturday, May 18th, from 1-3. Celebrate the release of Into Darkness and discuss the books, comics, shows and movies of the Star Trek universe. Refreshments served. Adults are welcome. • Vegetable Gardening: Thursday, May 23rd, at 6:30, Get advice from the master gardeners from Cornell Cooperative Extension! Please sign up. The Rensselaer Public Library is located at 676 East Street, across from the long-term parking lot for the train station. Please call 462-1193 or log on to www.rensselaer library.org for more info.
TIRE RECYCLING DAYS Tire Recycling Days will be held at the Town of Nassau Transfer Station on Friday, May 17th (11am to 7pm); & Saturday, May 18th (8am To 4pm). The cost for disposals is: $2 ea. for car & light truck tires: $12 ea. for large tires up to 24-5 ply. Sizes over 245 ply are $5 extra per ply ea. A Transfer Station permit will NOT be needed for tire disposal! Tires with rims WILL BE accepted. Check or Cash payment only!
AUTOMOTIVE Cars on consignment, call for details. We buy cars. 286-3350
DEFENSIVE DRIVING CLASSES OFFERED
BUS TRIPS FOR CHARITY! • August 18th - Boston • September 8th - New York City • October 20th - Salem, MA • November 10th - New York City (Veteran’s Day weekend) ALL Buses leave from the Brunswick Walmart at 7:45AM and East Greenbush Walmart at 8:15AM. ALL Buses return home at 7:30PM. Price for each is $40pp, $35 for Children 17 and under. Contact denise1ryan@ yahoo.com or 518-271-8983 to reserve. ALL Proceeds go to the Hope 7 Community Center.
LADIES’ BUS TRIP TO BOLDT CASTLE AND SENECA LAKE On September 28, Forever Young Hair Designs will sponsor a Ladies’ Bus Trip to Alexandria Bay that will visit the Boldt Castle and continue to Seneca Lake for wine tasting. The cost is $400 per person, all inclusive (based on double occupancy). It includes transportation, two nights lodging, meals, boat ride, castle admission, wine tasting, taxes and gratuities. Return is on September 30. $50 deposit is required to make a reservation. For information, please contact Vincenza Zucaro, (518) 2747845, firstname.lastname@example.org. com. Proceeds benefit the Food Pantry at Hope 7 Community Center.
Don’s Drivers Training and Eagle Mills Driver Safety Education are proud to offer NTSI’s 6-hour Defensive Driving Course, Traffic Survival Workshop. This class is NYS-DMV approved and will reduce your auto insurance by 10% off collision, liability and no-fault for 3 years and subtract up to 4 points from your driver’s license. Learn the fun way in presentation format with NTSI Master Instructors Don Roy and Michele Krill. We will be holding the following classes at the Brunswick Grange Hall, Corner of Routes 7 & 142 (behind Stewarts) in Troy as follows: June 8, July 13, August 10, September 14, October 12, and November 9. Class is on Saturday from 93:30, and costs $40 per person. Doors open at 8:45 AM for registration. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Brunswick Grange Hall. To enroll, call Michele at 2250462 or e-mail driver email@example.com. Please drive safely!!
NYS DEFENSIVE DRIVING CLASS On Saturday, May 18th, 2013, from 9AM to 3PM there will be a New York State approved Defensive Driving Class to Benefit the Boy’s & Girls Club of Southern Rensselaer County. Save 10% on your base auto insurance for the next three years & be eligible to receive up to 4 points off your driving record according to New York State Department of Motor Vehicle guidelines. The class will be held at the Boy’s & Girls Club of Southern Rensselaer County, 544 Broadway, Rensselaer, NY. Fee is only $39 - bring a friend, $34 each. Registration is required and can be made by calling the Club at 465-3403 or Raymond Frankoski at 286-3788. Class size is limited. Additional information is available by calling Ray Frankoski.
ATTENTION MOTORCYCLE ENTHUSIASTS A DAY AT ORANGE COUNTY CHOPPERS Join the Rensselaer County, Rensselaer Senior Center, as we enjoy a day at OCC and the Motorcyclepedia Museum on Tuesday, May 21st. Our day starts as we board our deluxe motor coach at Yankee Trails. When we arrive at OCC, the retail store will welcome us to view award winning bikes on display and to shop for much needed biker accessories. We will enter the viewing room where you can see into the shop where new creations are in the making. At 11:30, we will dine in the Chopper Café, where we will enjoy great food and motorcycle memorabilia. After lunch, we’re off to the Motorcyclepedia Museum, as sparkling jewel of the East Coast. Enjoy 85,000 square feet and 470 motorcycles of history and interest. We thank the city of Rensselaer for subsidizing this all inclusive trip for only $42. All proceeds will benefit the Rensselaer County, Rensselaer Senior Center. Call the Center at (518) 463-2166 for more information.
FLAG RAISING Another summer season will begin when the American Flag is raised on the “Island” at Glass Lake. Holly Flynn, president of the Glass Lake Association, has invited the members to come out to the island at 12Noon on Saturday, May 25th, for the event. There will be a party immediately after at the home of Peter and Pat Burkart at 176 Glass Lake Road near the bridge. Please bring a lawn chair, beverage, and finger food to share. Betty Lang, treasurer, will gladly accept your $10 dues. This is a wonderful time to catch up on winter news and meet new and old neighbors.
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It’s time to graduate Replacement Windows ~ Entry Door Systems Decks ~ Interior/Exterior Remodeling ~ Siding/Trim
to Emeralds (It’s May’s birthstone,
Fully Insured • Free Estimates Contact Marty Tubbs: 210-5448 or 326-0216 FIFTH GRADE PARENTS’ NIGHT AT ALGONQUIN MIDDLE SCHOOL
after all) PHI BETA KAPPA AT SUNY GENESEO
Algonquin’s Fifth Grade Parents’ Night is Tuesday, May 28, at 7:00pm. This night is one of the key components of the orientation program to Algonquin Middle School. The evening will give parents/guardians an opportunity to learn about the Algonquin Middle School program. The program will begin in the auditorium and will include a video about Algonquin and a tour of the building. During the tour, there will be time for parents/guardians to have their questions answered by Algonquin students, faculty and administration. As your son or daughter will have visited Algonquin before the event, it is not necessary for him/her to attend Parents’ Night.
Faculty members at the State University of New York at Geneseo have elected 75 students to the college’s chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest and most widely known academic honor society. Students from the junior and senior classes are selected each spring for membership into the organization. New inductees from this area are: Sandra Bender, a Senior from East Greenbush and Grace Trompeter, a Senior from West Sand Lake. About 10 percent of the nation’s institutions of higher learning have a Phi B eta Kappa chapter. Geneseo is the only undergraduate SUNY college with a chapter, which was created in 2004.
LOCAL STUDENTS ACHIEVE ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AT BUFFALO STATE The following students were recognized for outstanding academic achievement at Buffalo State’s 56th annual Honors Convocation held April 2013. Margaret Black, a Sociology major from Troy. Erica Derby, a Childhood Education and Mathematics major from Troy. Tricia Lewis, a Social Work major from Rensselaer. To qualify, students must earn a cumulative grade point average of 3.50 or higher and have accumulated a minimum of 45 credit hours. Buffalo State’s Honors Convocation is held each spring to celebrate students who have achieved this level of academic excellence.
LOCAL PARTICIPATES in ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE CONF. at KEENE ST. COLL. Keene State College’s 13th Annual Academic Excellence Conference took place on April 6, 2013. This student professional conference is designed to showcase the academic work of Keene State students and the collaborative work between students and faculty. It allows students to share excellent work with a broad audience, and prepares them for submitting proposals to professional conferences. 180 students presented 189 oral and poster projects, exhibits, panel discussions, and workshops this year. Among the participating students was Helena Peters of Castleton, who presented on Social Marketing & Behavior Change: Student Research Targets Peers to Encourage Healthy Decisions at College.
FRIENDS OF AVERILL PARK PERFORMING ARTS to HOLD CHICKEN BBQ BENEFIT
JEWELRY a nd REPAIR CENTER 4 Bench Jewelers on Premises Open Tues-Fri 10-6; Sat 9-3; (Never on Sunday)
1629 Columbia Turnpike, Schodack
477-6555 Averill Park Education Foundation 2013 “Taste and Toast” at BLCC On Friday, April 19th, the Burden Lake Country Club was gracious host to our second “Taste and Toast” fundraising event. Tom Choquette transformed the club into an atmosphere of elegant cocktail tables with several surrounding and delicious food stations featuring pasta, appetizers and a carving station. We would like to sincerely thank all the local friends and neighbors who attended this event and again made it such a success. Entertainment provided by local singing talent April Marie and Michael Lamkin resulted in dancing from start to finish. Notably in attendance were, Kathleen Jimino, Rensselaer County Executive, Steve McLaughlin, New York State Assemblyman in addition to Dr. James Hoffman, Superintendent of the Averill Park School District, Chris Foster, School Board President and Board Members Peter Schaefer and Dori Salisbury. The event included a successful wine pull. Special thanks to Scott Bendett from Habana Premium Cigar Shoppe who organized the tasting portion of our event. This year the tasting featured a variety of wines and spirits from guest bartender Brian Gwynn, Specialty Wines and More’s the “The Wine Guy,” and bourbon tasting from Bill Blake of Empire Merchants. All proceeds will assist The Foundation in supporting programs that enhance the cultural and educational opportunities for all students in the Averill Park School District. Reminder: Educate yourself regarding school budget issues and vote, the School Budget vote is Tuesday, May 21st. Ralph LaMontagna, President, The Averill Park Education Foundation Support the Averill Park Education
On Tuesday, May 21, 2013, 3:00-6:00PM, same Foundation in its efforts to enhance day and location as the school district budget vote, cultural & educational opportunities Friends of Averill Park Performing Arts will host a for Averill Park Students! benefit Chicken BBQ. Support the APHS Music programs and enjoy a delicious chicken dinner. Dinners will be www.averillparkef.org available to eat on site or take home. Dinners include: Half BBQ chicken, baked potato, corn, coleslaw, and dessert, all for HUNTERS LITTLE NECK CLAMS only $10 per dinner. Limited 200 CT. $60.00 Watch for Our 2nd Annual walk-ups will be available but 400 CT. $115.00 not guaranteed, so purchase Rifle Give Away Drawing At your tickets in advance or All Flavors The End of May 2013! make a reservation. Don’t miss Smokehouse GOURMET BURGERS GET MORE BANG FOR YOUR BUCK! out; we sold out quickly last Your Hometown $4.49 lb. Still processing! Bring meat in year! Reservations for Butcher for your favorite processed item. dinners will be accepted until HOT & MILD May 20th, by contacting Dori ITALIAN SAUSAGE BEEF SHORT RIB BUCKLEY BEEF Fresh Every Salisbury by phone 518-527Saturday $3.49 lb. Grass Fed- Grass Finished! $4.99 lb. 4988 and leave a message or POESTENKILL “ALL NATURAL” by email firstname.lastname@example.org. 10lb. Bag BURGER BAKING Our Famous com. $3.39 lb. PORKCHOPS COMPANY Rt. 66 SMOKED The APHS music students will ASSORTED BONE-IN $2.99 lb. Look For Our Summertime BREADS RIBS Are Back! also be holding a Bake Sale, Salad Selections BONELESS $3.49 lb. so plan to get some goodies Sales Valid 5/17-5/23 195 Main Ave., Wynantskill Smoked & Fresh Meats & Poultry when you pick up your dinner! Hrs: Mon-Friday 10-6, Saturday, 9-5, Sunday, 10-3
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