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WORSHIP at LIFE IN CHRIST FELLOWSHIP Life In Christ Fellowship located at the corner of 5 North Nassau Rd & Renss. Co Route 18 would like to invite you to our Sunday morning service which starts at 10:30. We encourage one and all to come enjoy God’s word! For directions, call 392-3657, 248-5204 or 766-3026.
We would like to thank everyone that participated in the parade and ceremony, plus all of you that attended (especially God for giving us such a nice day!). It is very important to pay tribute on this solemn day to those that gave their ALL to keep America strong and free!! A special thanks goes out to the local businesses that helped make this event a success: The Advertiser, for getting the information out; Nassau Mercantile for float material; Nassau Country Value for supplies; Gettysburg Flag Works for donations; Mooney Funeral Home for “Grand Marshal” vehicle; Herrle Sign Co. for “Grand Marshal” signs; Neil Roberts our bagpiper; Hannaford Corp. for food & refreshments; and of course, the Town of Nassau for financing and the Nassau Community Band for marching music and taps (sorry it was so hot on that trailer - band members). Thank you from ChandlerYoung, VFW #1862, AmericanLegion #1268, and AMVETSJJ Yager Post #797. Remember- “Freedom is Not Free.”
AMVETS- J.J. Yager Post #797 will be sponsoring its 2nd annual “Flag Day” Ceremony on June 14th at 12:00 sharp. The event will take place at the Chandler-Young V.F.W. Post on Lyon’s Lake Rd. (1 mile east of the Village of Nassau on Rt. 20). All three local Veterans Service Organizations will be participating in this Flag Retirement Ceremony. Anyone that has a worn flag of our country that is in need of a proper retirement, please leave them at the V.F.W. Post in a marked container by the rear door, or the American Legion Post next to Cumberland Farm in the Village of Nassau, or the Nassau Post Office. The ceremony is free of charge and open to the public. Directly after the ceremony, there will be a Chicken barbecue at the V.F.W. pavilion. The dinner will be overseen by AmVets member “Ol’ Man Simpson, Jr.” (ask everyone- especially firemen about this famous family recipe). Donations for the barbecue are $10.00. Call Chip Lynch for tickets, 766-3414, leave message.
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PRIDE IN OUR FLAG Display of the United States Flag represents high regard for liberty and justice for all which is embodied in our Constitution. Respect by observing display etiquette includes: display from sunrise to sunset, however, when 24 hours proper illumination during darkness, hoist briskly and lower ceremoniously, during inclement weather an all weather flag is displayed, a flag should not be draped over a vehicle, display on a staff, should not be worn, our flag should not touch the ground, water or floor. A flag in poor condition, tattered is not respectful to display. Excerpts from United States Code, Title 36, Chapter 10, Patriotic Customs. The Flag Code is distributed by National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution and U.S. Flag Etiquette by Representative in the Rensselaer County Legislature Majority Office. More code available from above! ~ Submitted by Nancy W. Davis
ATTENTION VETERANS: AMERICAN LEGION LOOKING FOR MEMBERS Why should you belong? Are you looking for the camaraderie you had when you were in the service? Please give thought to joining our Sgt. Walter A. Adams American Legion Post 1021, Averill Park, NY 12018. We are looking for active members. Please call the post Commander, Robert Carpenter at 6742310 or Mark Bedell at 674-2183, if you might be interested. You can also visit our table on Sat., June 14th, at the Kiwanis Fun Fest. We are hoping to do some great things in the next few years!
The Chapter Members with Michael Barrett as he was presented with the NSDAR “National Historic Preservation Award” after his presentation “The Silicon Valley of the 19th Century” on April 12, 2014. Van Rensselaer Chapter, NSDAR will meet Saturday, June 14, 2014, at Trinity Church, Lansingburgh (585 4th Avenue Troy, NY 12182). The program will be a discussion of the history of Trinity Church and a tour of the cemetery located on Trinity Grounds. Interested parties are invited to attend. For additional information, please call Regent Beth Roy at 237-4733.
LOCAL STUDENTS GRADUATE FROM CHAMPLAIN COLLEGE The Champlain College 136th Commencement took place outdoors under a tent on Edmunds Field in Burlington, Vermont on Saturday, May 3, 2014. In all, 476 undergraduates earned their degrees. Local students who received their degrees from Champlain College include: Jeremy Vermilyea of Averill Park, received a bachelor’s degree in Psychology. Joshua Heier of Averill Park, received a bachelor’s degree in Computer Networking and Information Security. Patrick Jones of Sand Lake, received a bachelor’s degree in Computer Networking and Information Security. Olivia Pratt of Rensselaer, received a bachelor’s degree in Communication.
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NORTH GREENBUSH TOWN BOARD SHOULD WEIGH IN ON CASINO PROJECTS As a member of the North Greenbush Democratic Committee , I am calling on the Town Board to weigh in on the two proposed casino projects under consideration in the bordering communities of Rensselaer and East Greenbush. Clearly a decision to site a casino in either of these two proposed sites will have an impact on North Greenbush. The Town Board should hold a Public Hearing to gather community input and decide whether to support or oppose a casino in either of the two proposed sites. Smaller towns that will be impacted far less due to their proximity to either site have voted to support the East Greenbush proposal. North Greenbush shares a border with each of the two proposed communities and will likely feel the impact from traffic, and potential demands for back up police and volunteer emergency responder services should a situation arise. Neither site would produce direct tax revenue for the town. I would also note that the town’s Comprehensive Plan guiding development was completed long before casino development would become a possibility. Therefore, no public input was ever solicited or considered in the completed Comprehensive Plan. This makes the need for a public hearing before the Town Board makes a decision to support or oppose a casino in these neighboring communities, all the more important. C.B. Smith, NGDC Editors Note: The above article does not necessarily reflect the opinion or endorsement of the Editor or the Staff of THE ADVERTISER, and for all intents and purposes is impossible to verify the truth and veracity of its contents.
LOVE LUTHERAN CHURCH The old hymn begins: “We all believe in one true God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.” [LSB 953/954] Each Sunday we worship the living, triune God, but especially on this Sunday – The Feast of the Holy Trinity – do we marvel and concentrate on all that He has done for us… and the example he has set for us, even as missionaries. Pastor Henry will present a sermon entitled, “Our Co-mission” based on Matthew 28: 16-20, designed that the fearers might understand that the Church’s mission is rooted in the mission of the Triune God Himself, granting us a greater confidence and joy in our callings. And be sure to stay after worship today for a time of Fellowship celebrating Fathers’ Day, presented by the ladies of Love Lutheran Church. Join us at 10:00 AM as we worship and receive the gifts God has for us in His Word. Love Lutheran Church is located at Middlesex Road and Pheasant Lane in East Greenbush. Please go to our new website – http://www.lovelutheran.net/ – for more information and directions, or call 477-8685.
Air Force Airman Nicholas M. Mannion graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an inten-sive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Mannion is the son of Janet and Mark Mannion of Castleton. He is a 2014 graduate of Maple Hill High School, Castleton.
The much anticipated Village Wide Yard Sale in Nassau will take place Saturday, June 14th . Hours are 9 am – 3 pm. Many, many families join in to make it a community event. In recent years, as many as 100 different sales have taken place. In the event of inclement weather, front porches, garages and barns are pressed into service. As always, Elm Street is particularly busy and great bargains and forgotten treasures are to be found. For more information, please visit www.Nassau12123.com.
During the last week in May, a New York State championship team of eighth graders from Algonquin Middle School traveled to Ames, Iowa to compete in the Odyssey of the Mind 2014 World Finals. The Algonquin Middle School team finished in 11th place out of 53 teams. The top ten teams were from: 1) Chino, CA; 2) Flowery Branch, GA; 3) Toyota, Japan; 4) Marble Hill, GA; 5) Poquoson, VA; 6) Singapore, Singapore; 7) Shanghai, China; 8) Merritt Island, FL; 9) Wilmington, DE; and 10) Kill Devil Hills, NC. The Algonquin Middle School team was coached by Ross McClure and consisted of Zach Effman, Madison Hasbrouck, Adam Johnson, Lauren McClure, Leah Paulson, and Kevin Silver. The Algonquin Middle School team competed in Odyssey of the Mind Problem 4 called “The Stackable Structure”, where teams designed and built structures made of only balsa wood and glue. These structures were stacked on top of each other. Weights were placed on top of the stackable structure and teams received points corresponding to how much weight they could support. Before they were stacked, the separate components were integrated into an artistic representation of Earth. In addition to the Problem 4 competition, the Algonquin Middle School team participated in a problem solving exercise called “Spontaneous”. Appropriately named, Spontaneous tests creative problem solving skills and teams received points from a panel of judges.
GROW IN FAITH! HAVE FUN! CHANGE THE WORLD! Children ages 4-12 are welcome to join children from First Reformed Church of Wynantskill, Bloomingrove Reformed Church, and St. Timothy’s Lutheran Church for their second cooperative Vacation Bible School this summer. VBS will be held at St. Timothy’s, 470 Winter Street Ext., Defreestville, from August 4th – 8th, 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM. We will be reprising our very successful Re-New VBS with its emphasis on caring for creation. We have been given this wonderful world, now we must learn to be good stewards of it! This summer, our theme will be based on the elements of creation! Dark/light, water/land, sun/moon, animals/humans: each day the children will hear part of the story of how this great big world came to be. They will engage in themed songs, crafts, games, hands-on science experiments and planting fun to emphasize the theme of the day. Even our daily snacks are theme coordinated. On Friday evening, at 6:30 PM, it will all come together as campers, family, and friends gather for the Big Camp Extravaganza complete with songs, skits, and ice cream sundaes. Make plans now to register your children for five days of Christcentered fun. The fee per child is just $20.00 (scholarships available). Call Marilyn, our director, at 326-5276 and leave a message. Your call will be returned. Registration closes 7/15/ 14. Older children (11 and up) are welcome to come as counselors in training.
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Brunswick Christian Pre-School The North Chatham United Methodist Church will be holding their annual “Mission Possible” craft fair from 10AM to 4PM on June 14th. The church is located at 4274 Route 203 in the hamlet of North Chatham. All proceeds from this event go to support the church’s various mission projects, both locally and around the world. Please call 784-9335 if you would like to be a vendor; outside spots are still available. A partial list of products available from vendors is as follows: food prepared by a local 4-H group, plastic canvas items, jewelry & accessories made from buttons, crocheted ornaments, Tupperware, jewelry, handmade “themed” pillowcases, vintage/rustic home décor, photo greeting cards, matted photos, framed photos, soy based candle sprinkles, maple syrup, painted suncatchers, stanchion lamps, bags & totes, goods made from artisans in 3rd world countries, and novelty print pot holders & aprons. In addition to the above, we will have a silent auction of various items and a service auction, where you can bid for things like fresh fruit, flowers, and many other things. We will also have child fingerprinting and a K-9 demonstration by the Columbia County Sheriff’s office, and Tots the Clown to entertain kids of all ages! Starting at 3:00 we will have a chicken barbecue (takeout only). For more information on these events, worship services or other church activities, please call 766-3535 or visit our website (northchathammethodistchurch.org). Hope to see you in North Chatham on June 14th!
BINGO FOR ANIMALS FUNDRAISER FOR “CARING ABOUT THE STRAYS” Bingo for Animals Fundrasier for “Caring About the Strays” is held Every Saturday – thru June. Bingo starts at 7:00PM and is held at Bingo Green in Troy Atrium, 49 Fourth Street, Troy (Free parking in Atrium). Play Bingo at Bingo Green (also known as Atrium Bingo). Join other animal lovers for a fun night of bingo, and help raise funds to care for unwanted, neglected, abandoned, abused cats...and even some dogs too! This Bingo is to raise money for a Not for Profit - 501.c.3 Caring About the Strays (C.A.T.S). Proceeds go directly to “C.A.T.S.” to help provide for the daily care and veterinary care for these most God forsaken animals. The Founder/President of C.A.T.S, Jane DeMartino, is well known and respected throughout the animal rescue community and was the recipient of the 2007 American Red Cross Hometown Heroes Award for Animal Rescue & was one of several finalists for the 2009 Capital District Jefferson Community Service Award. For any questions or info, please feel free to contact Venture Inward at 518 477-6566.
APCSD FAMILIES URGENT SCHOOL INFORMATION There has been a change to school immunization rules and regulations so that New York State immunization requirements are consistent with the most current childhood and adolescent immunization recommendations. THIS CHANGE IS EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2014. Details are posted on the District website (and school websites) at www. averillpark.k12.ny.us. You can also contact your school nurse or your child’s physician for more information.
COME WISH JULIE ZELMAN A FOND FAREWELL The public is cordially invited to join us in wishing a fond farewell to Julie Zelman, Brunswick Community Library Director, as she embarks on a new library endeavor. An open house at the Library will be held on Friday, June 13th, from 12:00—2:00, light refreshments will be served. The Brunswick Community Library is located at 4118 State Highway 2, Troy, NY 12180.
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There will be a reunion picnic for everyone who attended Castleton High School during the 1950’s. The reunion will take place at the Schodack Town Park on July 9th, 2014 from 11AM to 4PM. Cost is $20 and will be catered by My Place & Co. Reservations with remittance are due by July 1st to Flo Ball, 1 Park Place, Castleton, NY 12033 (518) 732-2561.
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www.TheTireWarehouseInc.com ST. MARYâ€™S HOSPITAL OFFERS FREE PROGRAM ON MIND, BODY & SPIRIT St. Maryâ€™s Hospital of Troy, a member of St. Peterâ€™s Health Partners â€“ the regionâ€™s largest health system â€” will offer an educational program entitled â€œKeeping in Touch With Your Mind, Body & Spirit,â€? Tuesday, Jun. 17, 6 â€“ 7:30 p.m., at the hospital located at 1300 Massachusetts Ave., Troy. The program will explore simple techniques you can learn to help achieve balance in your life. There will be featured speakers on various health and wellness topics, including: Kathy Leonard and Caitlin St. George,Eddy Visiting Nurse Association; Angela Sheehan, Faith Community Nursing; Diane Keasbey, Cancer Care Center, St. Peterâ€™s Hospital; Kate Ryan, wellness educator; and Melissa Carter, Reiki practitioner. The program is a part of St. Maryâ€™s â€œFood for Thoughtâ€? series that is presented as a public service of Seton Health/St. Maryâ€™s Hospital. The program is free of charge and open to the public. A light meal will be served. Reservations are required by calling (518) 268-5727.
There will be a Rummage Sale on Friday, June 13th, (2-6 pm); and Saturday, June 14th, (10am4pm). The sale will be held in the fellowship hall of Broadway United Methodist Church at 1550 Broadway, Rensselaer (Tracy Street Entrance).
FLEA MARKET & BAKE/FOOD SALE Please join us for our Flea Market and Bake/Food Sale at the Rensselaer Countyâ€™s Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road, Grafton on Saturday, June 14th, from 9AM to 3PM. Tables available for rent inside $10.00; table provided outside $5.00, bring your own table. Donations accepted for bake sale, white elephant table, holiday items, household and children items, proceeds from sale will benefit Rensselaer Countyâ€™s Everett Wagar Senior Center. For more information, or to donate an item for our sale, contact Penny at the Senior Center (518) 279-3413.
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â€œFRIENDSâ€? OF RENSSELAER PUBLIC LIBRARY MEETING The â€œFriendsâ€? of Rensselaer Public Library will have their next meeting on Thursday evening, June 19th. We will meet in the large conference room at 6:30 PM. The eveningâ€™s agenda will be the summer reading kick-off, summer childrenâ€™s program and discussing fall events. Come see what weâ€™re all about!
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL at ST. JUDE THE APOSTLE CHURCH St. Jude the Apostle Church in Wynantskill will hold Vacation Bible School - JULY 7-11, 2014 (9:00A.M.-NOON); AGES 3-12 ($20.00 for 1 child, $10.00 for each additional child). Experiencing Godâ€™s Word - At Weird Animals Vacation Bible School, kids experience Godâ€™s Word in surprising and unforgettable ways! Each day, leaders reinforce one simple Bible truthâ€”which makes it easy for kids to remember and apply to real life! God filled the world with a lot of crazy creatures...including you! When kids feel weird, different, or even lost in a crowdâ€” nothing compares to the extraordinary love of Jesus. Each day, kids move through field-tested activity stations with their Zoo Crews. Every station is designed to reinforce the daily Bible point in a hands-on, interactive way that keeps everyone engaged. Kids experience the Bible in wild and wacky ways, and then they circle up with their Zoo crews for thought-provoking discussions. All the Crews comes together to eat snacks that connect with that dayâ€™s Bible verse. To join us for a wild adventure, please call St. Jude the Apostle Parish Office at 283-1162 for a registration form.
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Greetings and best wishes to everyone in the City of Rensselaer. As Rensselaer’s representative to the County Legislature, I am happy to report to you on the actions taken by the Rensselaer County Legislature at our May 13, 2014 legislative meeting. The Van Rensselaer Manor nursing home is one of the top nursing homes in the region. We are happy the county is now positioned to generate a savings for the Manor, with a refinancing of the facility’s loan. The refinancing was approved unanimously. The refinancing was made possible thanks to the county’s strong economic position, including an upgrade of the county’s bond rating. The bond rating upgrade puts the county in a solid position to attract more investment and job creation. The Legislature also approved a resolution approving distribution of revenues from the filing of mortgages in the county during the past six months. Rensselaer will receive $45,059 under the resolution to help provide local services and programs. I was honored to join the many veterans, residents and elected officials in participating in the annual Memorial Day parade. We were joined by Peter Goebel, the new county Veteran Service Agency director. The next Music in the Park event features Bobby Dick on June 18 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the North End Firehouse, 2 St. Francis Place at the intersection of I-90 and Washington Avenue. Congratulations to all the graduates in the class of 2014, particularly those from the city of Rensselaer schools. There will be a fundraiser in support of Debbie Ellis, a 1973 graduate of Rensselaer High dealing with breast cancer, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on June 14 at the North Albany American Legion Post. For more information, call 364-6285. The Legislature annually prepares an Officials and Services Directory including contact information for many of the people, places and things that make Rensselaer County a great place to live and work. The new 2014 edition of the Directory is now available. To obtain a print copy of the Directory, call 270-2880 or email at the legislative websites. Copies are also available for download via the legislative website. Residents are welcome to contact us at the legislative offices by writing to the Rensselaer County Legislature, 1600 7th Avenue, Troy, NY 12180 or by e-mailing us via the official legislative website at www.rensselaercounty.org.
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PICTURING NATURE: A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY Dyken Pond Environmental Education Center is offering a nature photography workshop for all levels of photographers on June 14th from 10am12pm. This class will be instructed by two wellknown professional photographers; Denise HackertStoner and Scott Stoner. They will cover the basic concept of nature photography including light, composition and aspects of simple editing. So bring your questions and your camera – be it cell phone, point-and-shoot or digital SLR. This program will be $10 per person or $5 per member. Pre-registration is required and space is limited. If you have any questions, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 658-2055. A complete list of programs can also be found on our website at www.dykenpond.org.
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Hudson, our Canine Grand Marshal, wants you to join him at Paws in the Park, June 21 at Siena College. There will be lots of fun things to see and do while you raise funds to help homeless animals! Zumba warm-up with Star Renzi at 9:30am Blessing of the Animals before the walk steps off at 10:30am Yummy food from Home Style Caterers and Fried Dough at Its Best. Kids Zone: Balloon Gal Jenny, JoJo’s Fabulous Faces & Bounce Zee Bounce. Contests after the walk at 11:30am: Best Summer Costume; Best Trick; Musical Sit;Pet/Parent Look-alike. Visit the official event website to register and set up your fundraising page. The Empties for Animals bottle drive hosted by Goldstein Auto Group will be held in front of Siena Hall. How can you get involved? There are many Paws-ibilities: Walk with your pet; Become a sponsor or vendor; Start a team with co-workers, neighbors, family or friends; Challenge your neighbors or another department in your company to form a team. Make a pledge to one of the walkers or teams; Get ready for the pet costume contest; Volunteer. For more information, please call (518) 434-8128 ext. 206 or visit the official event website.
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Sacred Heart School in Troy, NY, is proud to announce the members of its graduating sixth grade. Many students were awarded various forms of awards including scholarships and monetary recognition. Congratulations to all: Caitland Baker, Madison Bianco, Abigail Burns, Tanner French, Emily Gibson, Rhiannon Gorman, Zay HarrisJohnson, Eric Paul Manny, Arica Miller, Nicholas Miller, Dylan Quintal, Hannah Rule, Patrick Sullivan and Charlie Testo.
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L-R: Merrill Wrenn, Allie Film, Danielle Wilkins, Adam Film, Christina Gladding, Ingrid Morton, Gabriella Renna, Grace Morton, Emma Fountain, Dan Wrenn and Kathleen Renna. 4-H Members from Columbia, Greene, Albany and Rensselaer Counties gathered in Valatie for the Annual 4-H Fashion Extravaganza. This day was dedicated to evaluating sewing and textiles fashion 4-H projects as well as teaching and assisting members on how to write commentaries and model their outfits. The day cumulated with a live Fashion Revue where 4-H members walked the runway modeling their sewing and textiles creations. The following 4-H members did an excellent job representing Rensselaer County and successfully completing projects â€“ Danielle Wilkins, Christina Gladding, Emma Fountain, Kathleen and Gabriella Renna, Allie and Adam Film, Grace and Ingrid Morton and Merrill Wrenn. All members did an outstanding job demonstrating their skills through the quality of their projects. Sewing requires math, an understanding of textile properties, engineering, hand coordination, an artistic eye, hard work and a great deal of patience. All of the garments that were constructed showed a high level of quality and reflected the memberâ€™s personalities. Congratulations to Kathleen, Grace and Emma who were selected to go on to State Fair to showcase their projects in the NYS Fair 4-H Fashion Revue. A special thanks to the leaders and parents who helped the members along the way with their sewing projects, as well as Stacy Film who assisted members at the commentary station, Melanie Donlon, Dan Wrenn and Danielle Hilt for helping with setup, Dan and Kathleen who also helped at the modeling station and served as commentary readers. The 4-H Youth Development Program is part of Cornell Cooperative Extension, an equal opportunity employer and programmer. For more information please contact your Cornell Coop. Extension office.
Troop 528 holds monthly bottle drives on the 2 nd Saturday of each month. Returnable bottles and cans can be dropped off next to the Troopâ€™s signs located at main intersections in the Town of Poestenkill on the morning of the bottle drive. Money raised from the bottle drives helps fund Troop activities. Please contact Deb at 2480225 or dharris2025@ hotmail.com with any questions.
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SNYDERâ€™S LAKE HISTORY NIGHT Do you remember Kingâ€™s Beachâ€Ś Lynd Coxâ€™s old dance pavilionâ€Ś the Excelsior Houseâ€Ś Paulâ€™s Grove? Snyderâ€™s Lake has a long and rich history, stretching back to the 1700â€™s! Please join the L.A.K.E. Association & North Greenbush Town Historian, Jim Greenfield, as they host a â€œSnyderâ€™s Lake History Nightâ€? on Thursday, June 12th, from 7-9 pm at the Camp Scully Dining Hall. Bring your old pictures, stories and other memorabilia, as they look to revive and preserve Snyderâ€™s Lakeâ€™s exciting past! For more information, please contact email@example.com. This is a free event!
Paintings by local artist Mike Hayes are on display at the Sand Lake Center for the Arts from May 17 - June 30. The paintings include recognizable scenes from Averill Park, West Sand Lake, Poestenkill and Brunswick. Mike grew up in Poestenkill and is a graduate of Averill Park High School (â€™82). He went to the Memphis College of Art and majored in Fine Art Painting. Returning to the area after graduation, Mike was re-inspired by this area and its beauty. He is an illustrator at Overit in Albany where he works in the Motion department. On weekends- you may see him painting along the roadsides or in the fields and woods.
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Hi Everyone! We are Feste and Ellie! We’re shy, grey, tiger kitties, about two years old, looking for homes. Feste is male and Ellie is female and we’re the best of friends! Of course it would be nice to stay together, as brother & sister, but we could easily go to different homes. What is most important for us is finding the right kind of person. We are working on coming out of our shells and need a patient person with love and understanding to help us get there. We’re really nice kitties; we enjoy petting - & certainly treats - but we’re “scaredy cats!” We get along fine with other kitties but we could also live solo. We’re very hopeful we’ll find our chance for a forever home soon. Why just last month another shy kitty from our group got her chance here, so we have all of our toes crossed that it is our turn! Please consider adopting one or both of us!! Give a scaredy-cat a chance! As with all Purrfect Companion kitties, Feste & Ellie are up-to-date on routine shots, house trained and neutered or spayed. For more information on Feste & Ellie, please contact the following Purrfect Companions’ representative: Maryann at 331-2221 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please use this phone number only for adoption purposes! Purrfect Companions is a non-profit, all volunteer rescue organization. We are always looking for good volunteers to help with the kitties or assist at our adoption clinics. If you’d like to donate a little time to these worthy animals, please give us a call at 4638709. Stop by and see some of our other kitties! We may have one that is just “PURRFECT” for you!
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The Town of Poestenkill is proud to announce the return of summer camp, now accepting campers from kindergarten to 8th grade. Summer Camp will be at the Poestenkill Firehouse, Monday through Friday, from 9:00am to 3:00pm, July 7th – August 1st. The cost for residents is $80 per week/per child, for nonresidents $95 per week/per child. Take 10% off your price if you are enrolling more than one child. For more information, visit the Youth Department website.
The Town of Nassau is pleased to announce the 2014 Summer Youth Day Camp Program for ages 5 through 14. The 5-year old children must have completed kindergarten. Camp starts on July 1 and goes to July 31 (closed on July 4). Camp is held Monday through Friday at Lyons Lake from 9:15 AM to 1:15 PM with limited bus service available. The cost is $70 per child with a maximum of $140 per family. To register your child(ren), we need proof of residency in the Town of Nassau and we must have an updated immunization record. Registration applications may be picked up at the Nassau Town Hall between the hours of 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM. All applications must be completed and either mailed to or dropped off at the Town Hall no later than June 26. Questions may be directed to Diane at 766-3559 ext. 2, then press 1 or Patricia Sherman, Camp Director at 766-7700 (leave message) or cell 421-7860.
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The American Lung Association of the Northeast is now accepting applications for its Champ Camp for Kids with Asthma (CCKA), which is being held this year at Camp Chingachgook, located on Lake George in Kattskill Bay, New York, from Sunday, August 17 through Friday, August 22. At CCKA, children ages 8-11 with moderate to severe asthma will experience the excitement and fun of a five-day, co-ed summer camp in a safe, medically-supervised environment. Having asthma inhibits a lot of kids from being able to attend camp,” said Michael Bissonette, RRT, respiratory therapist at Fletcher Allen Healthcare and lead CCKA respiratory therapist. “During the week, the kids are taught how to manage their asthma at home. Seeing what a great opportunity and success Champ Camp is for these campers, keeps me going back every year!” Thanks to generous donors and sponsors, each camper will receive a full scholarship to attend camp. For more information, or for an application packet, contact Ronald Douglass at (802) 8766860 or toll-free at 1-800LUNG-USA, Option 1, Ext. 6860. Information and the application materials are also available atwww.lungne.org/ programs.
“FRIENDS” of the RENSS. PUBLIC LIBRARY JUNE is KICK-OFF for SUMMER READING Friends of the Rensselaer Public Library have secured Jeff Boyer to do a program for the Rensselaer Public School children on June 18th. His theme “Fun with Energy” coincides with the summer program of, “Fizz, Boom, Bang” for younger children and “Spark a Reaction” for the older students. This is the third year Mr. Boyer has performed for our students. The “Friends” would like to thank Stewarts for their generous donation to help make this performance possible. Two days following the school program the “Friends” will host a summer reading kick-off for community school children. Fun starts at 11 AM on June 21st. There will be six interactive activities along with lunch and snacks. It takes many hands to make this event a success. If you’d like to be involved in the fun, come on down to your library. There will be Pre-K Story Time with stories, activities, music and more on Friday’s at 11 AM. The fun begins on June 20th thru Aug. 15th. Bring your 2-6 year old for a Dinosaur Pajama Party on July 16th at 6 PM, when you can wear your PJ’s, eat waffles and listen to stories about dinosaurs. For outdoor activities, the “Friends” will provide an area for the children to reap the benefits of a victory garden. This should be a lot of fun to plant and watch things grow. No matter what your talent or hobby is there is a place for you as a volunteer at the library. We usually meet the third Thursday of the month at 6:30 PM in the large meeting room at the Rensselaer Public Library. For more information, call Betty Franze, membership chair, at 286-2104. Our next meeting will be on June 19th.
2014 FOREST CONSERVATION CORPS Dyken Pond Environmental Education Center is offering our 2nd annual Forest Conservation Corps (FCC). This work-learning program is for teens between the ages of 14-16 and runs from July 21-25 or July 28- August 1 from 9am – 3:30pm. FCC works on valuable conservation projects while developing personal values and responsibilities that can enhance a teen’s education, leadership and future job opportunities. Students will clear trails, work on conservation projects, assist in citizen science projects, learn survival skills and boat on Dyken Pond. FCC is free and students who complete a session will receive a $50 award. The application can be found on our website at www.dykenpond.org. If you have any questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 658-2055. The FCC is co-sponsored by the Friends of Dyken Pond Center. A complete list of programs can also be found on our website.
SAND LAKE SUMMER DAY CAMP Come join us at the Summer Day Camp! The Town of Sand Lake offers a 6 week summer program located at the Sand Lake Elementary School from July 7th through August 15th. Children can be registered for as many weeks as wanted. Summer Camp is open to youngsters entering 1st grade through 7th grade. The Summer Day Camp offers weekly themes, sporting activities, arts & crafts and field trips. Regular camp hours are from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm and the cost is $110 per week. Extended hours are available from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm and the cost is $140 per week. There is a 10% discount to families with more than one child. Special activities include bowling, mini-golfing, roller skating, movies, exploring Secret Caverns, and a Family Day at Great Escape. Registration forms are available at The Town Hall or on the town website. Please contact Lindsy Marshall, Youth Program Supervisor, with any questions or concerns at email@example.com or 526-0938.
2014 MISS UNCLE SAM PAGEANT The 2014 Miss Uncle Sam Pageant will take place at St. Augustine Church Hall at 525 4th Ave. in Troy on Sat., Aug. 9th, at 10am; contestants should arrive by 9am. Rehearsal will be Friday, August 8th, at 6pm; please be prompt. Contestants must be a resident of Rensselaer County & must not have ever been married or have had a child. Age divisions; 2-3 yrs-Tiny Miss, 4-6 yrs-Little Miss, 7-9 yrs-Young Miss, 1012 yrs-Pre-Teen Miss, 13-15 yrs-Teen Miss, 16-18 yrs-Miss Uncle Sam. There is also an optional Photogenic Contest. Contestants must submit their own picture. The girls may wear long or short party dresses or gowns. All contestants will be asked to speak briefly about themselves, & tell why they wish to represent Troy as Miss Uncle Sam. The entry deadline is Aug. 1st. Entries later than Aug. 1st will be subject to a $5 late fee. There is a entry fee of $30 for each contestant. The photogenic entry is $10 & extra pictures are $5 each. Please submit money orders as no personal checks will be accepted. For entry forms or additional information, call Alta Reynolds at 274-7294. Forms & fees can be mailed to: Uncle Sam Parade Committee-Mr. John Rustin-PO Box 109-Troy, NY 12181.
SACRED HEART’S FAMILY FUN DAY
& Gifts Wrap up your Graduation and Father’s Day shopping at these local businesses The Sacred Heart School community moved its annual Family Fun Day off campus to the Grafton State Park and everyone enjoyed the change of venue and activities. Staff and students dressed in their red and white gym T-shirts could be seen participating in teacher-directed sand castle building, relay races, obstacle courses, dancing and a nature walk throughout the morning. Parents were then able to continue the rest of the afternoon as they would as a family, doing what they normally would while at the park.
LYNNE LENHARDT TO SPEAK AT TVHS® CLASS OF 2014 COMMENCEMENT Bethlehem Central School District Board of Education member Lynne Lenhardt will offer the closing remarks to the graduates during the ceremony, which begins at 2 p.m. at the University at Albany Campus Ball Room on the main campus, in Albany. Lenhardt is a 17-year member of the Capital Region BOCES Board of Education, where she has served as president and vice president, as well as a member of the Tech Valley High School Operating Board.
AGENCY D3 VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL AT WEST STEPHENTOWN BAPTIST CHURCH Grab your shades! Set your watches! Practice your stealthy moves! It’s time for VBS at Agency D3! We’re recruiting special agents for the week of July 7- 11, 2014, from 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Join us at Agency D3 for a week of investigating the exciting truths about Jesus. Kids will be briefed on their mission for the day at the Headquarters. From the Headquarters, kids will examine evidence in the Evidence Vault, create cool gadgets in the Lab, hone their skills on the Training Grounds, and enjoy snacks in the Break Room. For more information, call Pat @ (518) 674-0387 or Tina @ (518) 674-8691.
APPLICATIONS BEING ACCEPTED for DIANE HALE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP The Sand Lake Garden Club is now accepting applications for the Diane Hale Memorial Scholarship. Two scholarships of $500 each will be awarded. Scholarship Rules 1. Open to all 2014 graduating seniors. 2. Resident of the Averill Park School District. 3. Registered for full time studies at an accredited 2 or 4 year college 4. Submit a 500 word essay on: How can one person make a difference to the environment? Essays are to be double spaced with the applicant’s name on top. Applications may be found on the Sand Lake Garden Club website. http://sandlakegardenclub.com/ Submit application and 500 word essay by June 26, 2014 to: Sand Lake Garden Club, PO Box 660, Averill Park, NY 12018. For questions about the scholarship, please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org
“FATHER’S DAY” SPECIAL DINNER The Rensselaer Senior Center would like to invite you to Our Special Dinner celebrating “Father’s Day,” for June which will be held at noon on June 13th. Our menu for the day consists of: Baked Meatloaf, Mashed Potatoes, Italian Bread, California Blend Vegetable, and Chocolate Ice Cream. Entertainment with “Dusty” will follow dinner. Come and join us for this delicious meal and entertainment. Please call 463-2166 to make lunch reservations. Suggested contribution is $2.75, but no one will be denied a meal. The Center is located in the McManus Center, corner of East and Herrick Streets, Rensselaer. There is plenty of parking near the Center. Call the center at 463-2166 for reservations.
PANCAKE BREAKFAST FUNDRAISER Alex Bubie is raising money to build a shed for the VFW Post 7466. A Eagle Scout Fundraiser Pancake Breakfast will be held on Sunday, June 15th, from 8am - 11am at the Poestenkill VFW Post 7466. Cost is $8 for Adults, $4 for Children 5-11, and under 5 are free. Alex is on his way to becoming an Eagle Scout.
HOST A STUDENT FROM SPAIN July 1-25! STEP- a Non Profit Organization is seeking host families for 25 students from the Northern Region of Spain. Ages range from 15-17. Students have their own health insurance, and spending money. In an-ever shrinking world, this is a great opportunity to establish global friendships, many of which last a lifetime. It provides fun-filled opportunity to learn about another culture while on summer vacation. Please act quickly, as we expect many families to be excited about this opportunity. 518-365-1834 or email@example.com Share Your America, and make a new friend this summer!
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GLENDORA VEGETARIAN CLUB MEETING Enjoy free vegetarian hot dogs and hamburgers at the next Glendora Vegetarian Club meeting to be held at the Nassau Free Library on June 25th from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. (No condiments.). Glendora is hereby thanking all the people who have been so nice to her since she moved to Nassau two years ago. She wants folks to see that they can eliminate doctor visits, pills, reading old magazines in doctors’ offices, doctors being late, insurance bills and medication side effects by eating right and eliminating meat from their diet. Some of the delicious dishes that were enjoyed at the May meeting were: scalloped corn, Shish-kabobs, walnut fried chik, lettuce wraps, Caribbean Jack Burgers and six beans and rice.
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ST. JUDE KOC ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT FATHER’S DAY PANCAKE BREAKFAST Take your Dad to Breakfast for FATHER’S DAY. St Jude the Apostle Knights of Columbus All-You-Can-Eat Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, June 15th, in Dammann Hall at 24 Dana Ave., Wynantskill, NY. The Knights will be serving pancakes, eggs, hash browns, sausage, bacon, hot coffee, fruit, bagels, cereal, sweets, and more. We will have a box available to collect items for local vets who get service at the Albany VA hospital. Items that are needed for vets who are admitted as an emergency or are in need include: regular coffee; decaffeinated coffee; powdered creamer; 1 lb bags of sugar; boxes of “Sweet and Low”/Spender etc.; large and medium sweatshirts; underwear and tee shirts (all sizes, boxers and briefs); white tube socks’ Effervescent denture cleaning tablets; toiletry items, soap, toothpaste, deodorant, etc. Breakfast is served 8am to 11am. Cost is $8.00 for adults and $4.00 for children under 12 years old. Children under 6 are free. Contact parish office (518) 283-1162.
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Friday, June 20th ,4:00 to 6:00 P.M. The Sons of The American Legion Post 1489,111 Main Ave. will be hosting a Eat in or Take-Out, Giffy’s Chicken Bar-B-Q Dinner including, 1/2 Chicken, baked potato, coleslaw, roll, butter, cookie, beverage, and paper package. The cost is only $10.00 with proceeds to benefit area youth and veteran organizations. Although reservations are not required and drive up is encouraged, advanced tickets are available at the Legion to guarantee your dinner. Info, call Bill McGuirk @ 441-0013.
FATHER’S DAY SPECIAL DINNER On Friday, June 13th, The Edward C. Swartz Senior Center will have their “Father’s Day” Special Dinner. This Special Dinner, as is all of our meals at the senior center, open to all seniors. The meal is served at 12:00 noon with a menu of Baked Meatloaf W/ Onion Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, California Blend Vegetables, Italian Bread, and Chocolate Ice Cream for Dessert. “Tri County Banjo Band” will provide a variety of music for your enjoyment. Refreshments will be served by senior volunteers, and a Raffle Drawing will follow the entertainment. Please join us for a great day of good food, good people and good music. For reservations, or more info., please call 477-6581.
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GRACE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH On Thursday, Jun 19th, at 7:00 p.m., the Grace United Methodist Church of Nassau, NY will hold its 53rd Annual STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL. Fresh strawberries, homemade biscuits, real and whipped cream will be served! Music by the Nassau Community Band. Come join the fun! GREENBUSH REFORMED CHURCH Come join us for an evening of music, fun, fellowship and food at our annual Strawberry Festival, Thursday, June 19th, starting at 6:30 pm. If God blesses us with good weather, we will gather outside of our Christian Education Building at 14 Hays Road, East Greenbush. Rain won’t dampen our spirits as we will move our celebration to Chilton Hall, inside our Christian Education Building. For many years, this wonderful festival has been a tradition in our church as we celebrate God’s bounty of the local strawberry season in June. In addition to strawberry shortcake, with or without ice cream, and beverages, the local Yankee Doodle Band will perform for us starting at 7:00pm. The Yankee Doodle Band’s music is made up of talented musicians and their style of music is enjoyed by everyone from the very young children to the young-atheart. We look forward to seeing you there! SAND LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH Come join us for our Strawberry Festival at Sand Lake Baptist Church on Saturday, June 21st, from 1PM to 5PM. Selling strawberry shortcake, strawberry sundaes, freshpicked strawberries, as well as baked goods. We hope to see you there. STEPHENTOWN HISTORICAL SOCIETY Strawberry shortcake will star at the 33rd Annual Strawberry Festival on Sunday, June 22, under the tent at The Berry Patch on Route 22 in Stephentown. This fundraiser for the Stephentown Historical Society runs from 11AM to 4PM. Locally grown, freshly picked strawberries will be served on sponge cake or home-baked biscuits with whipped cream, or with ice cream for sundaes. Strawberry-rhubarb pie a-la-mode and whole strawberryrhubarb pies will also be sold. The Berry Patch is 1.7 miles south of the Stephentown traffic light. For additional information, call (518) 733-5170 or 794-8430, or find directions at www.theberrypatch.net.
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CUB SCOUT PACK 116 FATHER’S DAY BREAKFAST Cub Scout Pack 116 will serve breakfast on Father ’s Day, June 15, at the Tsatsawassa Protective Firehouse. The young members of this Pack will be excited to serve you while their parents and members of the Tsatsawassa Fire Company prepare your breakfast order in the kitchen. Breakfast will be served from 8 until 11:30AM and consist of your choice of french toast or pancakes, sausage or bacon, eggs prepared to your order plus beverages at a cost of Six Dollars ($6.00) for adults, students 5-12 at Three Dollars ($3.00) and under five free. The firehouse is handicap accessible and located on Firehouse Lane near the intersection of Route 20 and 66N behind the Brainard post office – parking is available in the rear. Enjoy breakfast with your friends and neighbors while supporting these young Scouts!
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FREE PICNIC AT TRINITY LUTH. CHURCH Come join us for a free Picnic at Trinity Lutheran Church, 68 Green Ave., Castleton-on-Hudson. Trinity and its partner church, St. Stephen’s, will be hosting a “FREE OPENING DAY OF SUMMER” picnic from 4-7 p.m. on Saturday, June 21st. There will be hamburgers, hot dogs and plenty of homemade salads and desserts. So, bring the family and enjoy a free dinner. Any questions, please contact Janice Avery at 7322748.
WSLF PARTICIPATING IN THE “COOKIN’ IN THE HOUSE: CHILI CHALLENGE” On Friday, June 13, the challenge will be held in Cypress Rooms at Turning Stone Resort, Verona, NY; in conjunction with the NYSAFC 108th Annual Conference & FIRE 2014 Expo. Tickets are $5 a person and will be available at the NYSAFC booth (#3163) during FIRE 2014 exhibit hours and at the door. All proceeds benefit the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. We hope to see some of our community members there, supporting the good cause, trying some chili and wishing us luck, thank you.
Dine-to-Donate for St. Anne Institute. On June 19th, from 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. 10% of your order at the BOATHOUSE GRILLE (80 Shady Harbor Drive, New Baltimore) will be donated to St. Anne Institute in Albany, NY. You and your guests enjoy a meal at the BOATHOUSE GRILLE – present your group’s coupon and St. Anne Institute will receive 10% back on your order. For information, and/or receive a coupon - contact the Development Office, 160 N. Main Ave., Albany, NY 12206 (phone: 518.437.6563) (firstname.lastname@example.org). St. Anne Institute is a private, voluntary, non-sectarian, notfor-profit residential and community-based treatment center with locations in Albany, Troy, and Hudson Falls.
PAWLING AVE. CHURCH CHICKEN BBQ The Pawling Avenue United Methodist Church is serving a chicken barbeque from 4:30 PM to 6 PM on Saturday, June 21, 2014. Cost for the barbeque is $10.00 for an adult meal, $5.00 for meals for children 5 to 12 years old and there is no charge for dinners for children 4 years of age and under. The barbeque menu is barbequed chicken, baked potato, baked beans, coleslaw, dinner roll and a brownie. Dinners will be available to eat in the church’s Fellowship Hall or for take out. Pawling Avenue United Methodist Church is located at 520 Pawling Avenue, Troy, NY. The church phone number is 273-6859.
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CHICKEN BBQ POST 1021 Sergeant Walter A. Adams American Legion Post 1021 located in Averill Park announces their 2014 Chicken BBQ Schedule: June 21st, July 19th, August 16th, September 20th, and October 18th. Please reserve by calling the Post at 674-2309 by 1pm. Chickens will be available for pick-up, 11AM until 4:30PM.
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RENSSELAER COUNTY GARDEN TOUR - JUNE 19th Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rensselaer County will hold its annual “Rensselaer County Garden Tour” on Thursday, June 19, from 4:00 to 8:00 P.M. Eight private gardens will be featured in the Town of Brunswick. This year’s gardens include attractive patio and terrace gardens, a garden with a view of the Poestenkill and many specimen trees, a hilltop garden with lovely views, ponds, pools, perennials and much more. This drive-it-yourself tour will provide any gardener with dozens of inspirational ideas. Maps will be on sale for $10.00 per person (maximum $30.00 per car) and can be purchased from 4:00 to 7:00 P.M. the day of the tour at Troy Masconic Community Center, 39 Brunswick Road (NY Route 2), Troy. The tour will be held rain or shine. Proceeds will benefit the Rensselaer County Master Gardener program. For more information, contact Cornell Cooperative Extension at 272-4210 or email@example.com.
NASSAU SUNSHINE FUND at NASSAU’S VILLAGE-WIDE YARD SALE On Saturday, June 14, while you’re at the Nassau village-wide yard sale, please make sure to stop by the Nassau Sunshine Fund’s table located at 18 Elm Street, two doors from Zia Pizza. In addition to a bunch of good stuff for sale, it will be an opportunity for you to find out more about our communityfocused, 5 year old organization. “Neighbors helping neighbors” is our motto. The Sunshine Fund makes no-interest loans to people who live in the Town and Villages of Nassau who are experiencing a financial crisis. Typically, loans do not exceed $500 and are paid directly to the vendor for services rendered to the borrower. So far we have made almost two dozen loans. If you have things to donate, please price mark the items and drop them off by 8:00 AM on the morning of the sale. We are a tax-exempt charitable organization, so donations to the Sunshine Fund are fully tax deductible. For information about applying for a loan or about our organization, please call (518) 256-6878. Donations can be mailed to: Nassau Sunshine Fund, P.O. Box 10, Nassau, New York 12123. The Sunshine Fund respects and maintains the confidentiality of all loan applicants and recipients.
PATTI DAHL TO PERFORM AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH First Baptist Church of East Poestenkill will be featuring the music of Patti Dahl on June 22 at 6:00 PM. Refreshments will follow. Patti has a unique style and humor that keeps you smiling through high intensity messages in her music. There is the element of exhortation through the music that changes the hearts of people everywhere. The church is located at 12 Legenbauer Road, just off Plank Road in East Poestenkill. For questions and directions, call Valerie or Pastor Waugh at 283-5186.
WEEDS I was standing in my front yard, With a digging tool in my right hand, A mess of dandelions in my left. “You will never get rid of those weeds that way” Commented a passing walker, up from the Mansion District. “You gotta poison them!” “Weeds?...These are not weeds,” I replied; “These are dandelions, and I’m collecting some for a supper salad...not trying to get rid of them!” “Their greens are delicious...their flowers incredibly beautiful,” I continued. “Nothing beats a bouquet of dandelions Clutched tightly in a child’s hand as a gift for Mom!” “Yeah, but they crowd out my lawn grass,” he persisted; That I have spent so much money on. I’m working with a Master Gardener to get rid of them.” “Do that,” I said, “And you will be poorer for it. Me, I’ll just thank the real Master Gardener For sharing dandelions with me!” ~ Lloyd Barnhart, West Sand Lake
EAST SCHODACK GARDEN CLUB MEETING The June Meeting of the East Schodack Garden Club will be held on Friday, June 13, at 7:00 p.m. at the East Schodack Firehouse on Route 150 in East Schodack. The Program will be Monet’s Garden at Giverny presented by Susan Pezzola. The public is welcome to come for the program and stay for refreshments and socializing. For more information, call 477-6542.
GRAFTON SUMMER FEST./FLEA MARKET Grafton Summer Festival and Flea Market will be held on Saturday, July 12th, from 8AM to 5PM at the Grafton Town Park, RT 2, just past the State Park. Chicken BBQ and homemade baked goods will be sold by Our Lady of the Snow St. John Francis Regis Church. Live entertainment, raffles, and games for kids. Vendors are wanted - $15 for a 10x10 space. For more info., call 271-8555.
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by Riley Ludwig Once again, Averill Park is home to Regional Champions! The baseball team shocked everyone following their sectionals win as the eighth seed a couple of weeks ago. Now, the Warriors are set to compete in the state semifinals. After defeating Burnt Hills for the Section II Class A title, the Averill Park baseball team had a week to prepare for their first game of the state tournament. They traveled to Syracuse to compete at Onondaga Community College against JamesvilleDeWitt of Section III on Friday, 6/6. It was an incredibly close game that was decided by a run scored by senior Ben Reinisch in the sixth inning. A sacrifice fly hit by senior Tyler Childrose drove in Reinisch from third. Childrose was also leading the Warriors defensively from the mound, pitching a complete game. He struck out six and only allowed one hit. The game ended in a 1-0 win for the Warriors, which meant advancing to the regional championship. The regional championship took place on Saturday, 6/7, at Bellizzi Field, home of the College of St. Rose’s baseball team. The Warriors faced Massena of Section X. If there was any doubt that the Warriors are looking to win it all, that doubt was squashed after this game. The Warriors broke the game open with eight runs scored in the bottom of the third. Senior Chris Amadon hit a pivotal three-run double that led the two out rally by the Warriors. Senior Ben Reinisch hit three singles in this game and accumulated three RBIs while doing so. The Warriors had twelve hits total against Massena. Defensively, the Warriors were led by senior pitcher Alex Tomlinson, who pitched a complete game for Averill Park. Senior Max Tessitore also threw out a runner at home from right field for the final out of an inning. The Warriors won by an astounding score of 16-1. The regional championship win is the first in the program’s history. The Warriors have had the week to practice and prepare for this upcoming weekend’s games. The state semifinal game will take place at 1:00 pm Saturday, 6/14, at Union-Endicott High in Binghamton. The Warriors face Rye of Section I. If the Warriors win, the state championship takes place immediately following the semifinal game, at 4:00 pm. This season has been full of firsts for the baseball program. If there is anything this year’s team has taught us, it’s to never doubt the eighth seed! I wish all of the players and coaches the best of luck going into this weekend. Feel free to contact me at email@example.com with any questions. As always, go Warriors!
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ADULT SWIM LESSONS AT SAND LAKE TOWN BEACH Learn to swim at the Town Beach on Reichards Lake. The cost is $10 per lesson. This is a great opportunity for all Adults. For further information and sign up, call the Town Clerk’s Office at 518674-2026 ext 22.
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APHS Senior Tyler Childrose first became interested in baseball when he was four years old, and he would play catch in the yard with his friends, eventually leading to his involvement in Twin Town Little League. Tyler’s dedication for the game was first discovered when he was watching a Yankees game and knew that he wanted to be just like that one day, on the big screen. Now, for Tyler’s final year of varsity high school ball, he is a pitcher and first baseman. Besides baseball, Tyler also snowboards in the winter, and used to play CYO basketball. In his spare time, Tyler enjoys playing football, Xbox, and hanging out with his friends and girlfriend. During the off season, Tyler and the team play all summer long and then shut it down for a couple of months to rest their arms. During those months, their goal is to get in the weight room and gain muscle and a little weight. Once those couple of months is over, they start to practice at the All Star Academy on fundamentals and mechanics to improve their skills as much as they can. The teams’ hard work has certainly paid off since winning a Section Two Champion’s Plaque as well as becoming Regional Champions! “My parents have inspired me to be the person I am today. They have pushed me as hard as I can to try and prepare me as much as possible for when I’m on my own. Without them, I wouldn’t be going to college, or have done as well as I did throughout high school,” Tyler says. For Tyler’s senior year, he is taking Men’s Literature, Economics, Forensics, and Trigonometry, with an 88 GPA. After high school, Tyler is going to Siena College on a baseball scholarship where he will be majoring in Business. When I asked what being a Most Dedicated Athlete means to him, he told me, “Being a Most Dedicated athlete means that not only are athletes focused on the field, but they put in just as much work off the field. School comes first then baseball.” Congratulations on a great season, Tyler, and the best of luck to you at Siena and all of your future plans. ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○
AVERILL PARK POP WARNER FOOTBALL & CHEER REGISTRATION Averill Park Pop Warner is seeking energetic youth to join the Warriors for the 2014 fall season. Participants will learn fundamentals of football/cheer from a supportive and trained coaching staff that promotes safety, sportsmanship, teamwork, inclusion and scholastic achievement. Highlights of our program include: safety awareness, no try-outs, minimum play guarantee per player for each game, cheer competitions and annual sports banquet. Registration sessions will be as follows: June 14th, 9:00 – 11:00 @ Butler Park July 22nd, 6:00 – 8:00 PM @ Butler Park Participants must be at least 5 years of age by 7/31/14. Additional information and online registration are available on APPW’s website: www.eteamz.com/averillparkpopwarner/ . Click on Registration. Payment is due by 7/21/14 and all other requirements are due by the first practice. Practices will begin on Monday, 8/4/14, 6:00 PM, @ Butler Park on Gettle Road, Averill Park. Please visit Capital District Pop Warner’s website for more information on program benefits and guidelines: www.cdpopwarner.com/.
ATTENTION AVERILL PARK RESIDENTS! Area Road Delays Expected from 1-2pm on June 15 Father’s Day Super Sprint Triathlon Join us for the 2nd Annual SummerFest Super Sprint Triathlon on Sunday, June 15th, at 1:00pm! Hosted by SKYHIGH Adventures, the race begins with a 1/4 mile swim at Crystal Cove. Athletes will then bike 7 miles along routes 43, 351, and 66 back to the Cove. The 2 mile run finishes at Butler Park, home of the Sand Lake Kiwanis SummerFest! Registration is only $30 for adults and $15 for those under 18, and includes a shirt and post-race refreshments. Visit www.SkyHighAdventures.com to register! Please be cautious entering and exiting your driveways and driving along the roads during the event.
AVERILL PARK SAND LAKE FIRE DEPT. GOLF SCRAMBLE APFD is hosting a Golf Scramble on 6/22/14 at Burden Lake Country Club. The fee is $100 per golfer. Registration deadline is 6/13/14. Golfer Check In begins at 11 am with a shotgun start at 1pm. Golfers are invited to form their own foursome or may elect to be partnered by the Golf Committee Chairperson. Entry includes Greens Fees, Golf Cart, Water & Soda, Course Beverage Tickets, Gifts and Multiple Hole in One Competitions. Lunch provided at check in and a BBQ dinner to follow the prize ceremony at 5:30 pm. All proceeds benefit the Fire Department. Further information and forms are available at averillparkfire.org or by contacting Rich Neaton, Chairperson at email@example.com. Sponsorship opportunities are still available.
AP YOUTH SOCCER FALL RECREATIONAL PROGRAM Averill Park Youth Soccer League invites you to join our local soccer league for our Fall Recreational Program. This is an all-play, non-competitive league that focuses on learning the skills and fundamentals of soccer and having fun! Teams are formed for the following age groups: Kindergarten; Grade 1/Grade 2; Grade 3/Grade 4; Grade 5/Grade 6; and Grade 7/Grade 8. All games are played on Sunday afternoons with one practice during the week. The season runs from September 7th through October 26th. Registration is on-line at www.averillparkyouthsoccer.com. Registration is June 1st through July 18th at $75.00 and July 19th through July 31st at $100.00. (Scholarships are available to those qualifying for the school lunch program.) Questions? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
SCHEDULE CHANGE FOR MURPHY GOLF EVENT The popular opening party for the Tim Murphy Charity Golf Celebration has been moved to Saturday this year. This two day celebration raises funds to provide scholarship support to the children and grandchildren of Public Safety Officers. Saturday afternoon, July 12th, will be the date for the festive party at McGeary’s in Albany that is open to all from 3PM to 7PM. Great live music by local artists will still be featured under the tent and another wide array of raffle prizes is being assembled. Beer, Wine, Soda, and light fare are included for the donation of $25. Golfers take to the links at the Capital Hills Course on Monday, July 14th, with a shotgun start after lunch, and an awards banquet at the end of the day. Registration is open to singles and foursomes, for this premier charity event. Tickets to Saratoga Race Track and sporting events will again be among the prizes available, along with Restaurant and Merchandise Certificates. To register for these events, or get more information on sponsorship opportunities, please Call (518) 928-3999, or visit the website at www.timothyjmurphyfoundation.com.
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BLCC IRENE BIELAWA MEMORIAL LADIES GOLF LEAGUE The following is a list of results from the BLCC Monday Night Ladies Golf League on Monday, June 2, 2014: 1st Low Score: 36 - Joanne Guynup, Chris Cooney, Darcy Houser and Arlene Lashway; 2nd Low Score: 37 - Heather Morrison, Deb Jewell, Donna Butterfield and Nikki Dagastino; 3rd Low Score: 37 - Jen Dilorio, Karen Ratigan, Theresa Jones and Babe Scully. 1st Low Putts: 10 - Laurie Furlong, Liz Gaudet, Sue O’Connor and Chris Roder; 2nd Low Putts: 10 - Barb Hansen, Judy Goodyer, Mary Fabian and Vicki Dunson; 3rd Low Putts: 12 Debbie Myers, Karen Lorette, Nancy Kosakowski and Penny Semeiks. A total of 48 women competed on 12 teams.
TOWN OF EAST GREENBUSH SENIOR ACTIVITIES: Mondays: 11a.m. Walking Club - meet in Onderdonk Park and walk around Hampton Manor Lake BEGINS JUNE 2nd. Tuesdays: 1 p.m. Mahjong - Town Hall Community Room year round. Wednesdays: 1 p.m. Dominoes - Town Hall Community Room year round. Thursdays: 11 a.m. Pinochle Town Hall Community Room year round. Thursdays: 5:30 p.m. Bocci - Onderdonk Park ongoing through the fall. Watch for our Music in the Park Series in August for the whole community! Want to start a new club? Have an idea? Contact the Community and Recreational Services Department at 4774194.
BURDEN LAKE JUNIOR GOLF LEAGUE Burden Lake Country Club is the location of the Junior Golf Clinic. PGA Professional, Brian Hampson, will be holding six summer sessions, starting July 8th and finishing August 14th. Each session will be made up of 3 days Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. All boys and girls are welcome between the ages of 8 and 14. Brian will teach the basics to your child and add some entertaining features to make it more enjoyable. The sessions are filled on a first come, first served basis and sessions are limited to 16 kids. For an application or more information, email email@example.com or call 674-1770, ext. 2. There will also be a junior league for 7th-12th graders on Mondays during the summer. Archie Robinson and Bob Ormond will run the league and can be reached thru the BLCC email. Golf is a great environment for your children to grow up in, BLCC is a member of the PGA First Tee Program.
Plan Ahead Events of Albany & Saratoga is organizing the First Annual Flag Day 5K & 10K to be held on Saturday, June 14, 2014, at the Saratoga Spa State Park. This event will raise money to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. The morning begins at 8 am with Day-of Registration and a Trade Show of local businesses supporting the Wounded Warrior Project. The race begins at 9 am. There will be raffles to enter to win, food vendors and music to enjoy. Runner Awards will start at approximately 10:30. Raffles and Exhibitor Booths will be open until 11:30 am, and the prizes will be given out at that time. Registration is now open for the event at www.etouches.com/ FlagDay. Register soon as fees go up closer to the race date. About the Wounded Warrior Project: Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) serves veterans and service members who incurred a physical or mental injury, illness, or wound, co-incident to their military service on or after September 11, 2001 and their families. On that date, America watched in horror as approximately 3,000 people died including hundreds of firefighters and rescue workers. Many warriors note a sense of duty to volunteer for the military following these tragic events.
12th ANNUAL SCHODACK VALLEY GOLF TOURNAMENT The 12th Annual Schodack Valley Golf Tournament will be held on Thursday, June 19th, at Winding Brook CC in Valatie, NY ~ 9:15 registration ~ 10AM Shotgun start. Best Ball Scramble - Lunch, Beverages, Buffet Dinner. Chance to win a new car, compliments of Goldstein Auto Group. Great Prizes like a new gas grill compliments of Amanda’s Fireplace. Cost is $95 per golfer. Call Jim Adams at 466-4008 for info. **Hole and prize sponsors needed**
4-H MEMBERS PARTICIPATE IN DEMO’S AND HORSE COMMUNICATIONS Sixty 4-H members participated in County Demonstrations and Horse Communications this spring as either Teen Evaluators and/or presenters. Members selected a wide range of topics to research and develop a presentation to deliver and be evaluated. A huge thank you to our adult evaluators that volunteered their time to share their expertise and judge our members – Janice Fox, Elise Guyon, Kate Tubbs, Brandon DeShane, Jeannette Dietrich, Val Lavigne, Jane Luskin, Eileen and Glenn Van Oort. Additionally, thank you to our Teen Evaluators that worked alongside our adult evaluators, Tanner Reed, Dani Hilt, Maddie Hoyt, Kathleen Renna, Melanie Donlon, Dan Wrenn, Rebecca and Jennifer Rem, Riley Dunn, Rebecca Bradbury, Julia Henderson, Kerry Judge, Michaila O’Brien, Jessica and Sarah Malenfant. The variety of topics for presentations ranged from making a TShirt Bag to Roping Horse Mania. The enthusiasm and the hard work that went into these presentations was very impressive and inspiring. The skills participating youth demonstrated from verbal to organizational are all skills that members will be able to utlizie in school and other areas of their life. Demonstrations has long been the foundation to all of our 4-H projects. The following members were deemed Exceptional 4-H Presenters; Dan Wrenn, Maddie Hoyt, Emma Woolley, Kathleen Renna, Madelynne Hurd, Pierce Hurd, Kerry Judge, Molly Czub, Taylor Hansen, Brigham Logue, Elyse Scott, Ella Mary Yonkers, Michaila O’Brien and Sierra Parker. Exceptional Presenters are nominated based on organization, confidence, understanding of their subject matter, command of the overall demonstration process and the delivery of the presentation. The following members have been asked to represent Rensselaer County at the District Demonstration Contest: Dan Wrenn, Maddie Hoyt, Emma Woolley, Kathleen Renna, Sarah Malenfant, Madelynne and Pierce Hurd. The following members have been invited to represent Rensselaer County at the Regional Horse Communications Contest: Kerry Judge, Brittany Whitford, Taylor Hansen, Brigham Logue, Abby Reeves, Jessica Brown, Elyse Scott and Ella Yonkers. Congratulations to all as they move on to the next level of evaluation! Cornell Cooperative Extension is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Programmer. For more information about this and other 4-H Programs please contact your respective Cornell Cooperative Extension office.
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LEARN TO SWIM The Sand Lake Town Beach will open on Wednesday, June 21, 2014. The Town of Sand Lake will be sponsoring swimming lessons at the Town Beach on Reichards Lake. This is a 6 week Saturday program, $10.00 per lesson. Lessons will start on Saturday, June 28, 2014 at 10:00 AM. Space is limited and nonresidents will be considered if space available. Beach passes areavailable. For more information, please contact the Town Clerk’s Office at 518-674-2026 ext. 22.
NETTER’S FUND MEMORIAL GOLF OUTING Netter’s Fund Memorial Golf Outing will be held on Sunday, July 13th, at Frear Park Golf Course. Lunch at 11:30AM ~ Shotgun Start at 12:30PM ~ Pig Roast following tournament. 4 Person Scramble ~ $100 per person includes: Greens Fees, Cart, Beer/ Soda, Picnic Lunch, Pig Roast & 50/50 Raffle ~ $40 for Nongolfers Pig Roast Only. Hole In One For A Car ~ 50/50 ~ Other Prizes. Reservations/Full Payment required by June 20th. For further information or reservations, contact: Mark J. Balistreri at 281-6788 or email MarkE911@aol.com. REGISTRATION Detach and fill out the bottom portion with a check made out to Netter’s Fund, Inc. and mail to Mark J. Balistreri, 1007 Cloverlawn Road, Troy, NY 12180 —————————————————————————————— Team Captain: ______________________________________ Phone: __________________ Email: ____________________ 2nd golfer: _________________________________________ 3rd golfer:__________________________________________ 4th golfer:__________________________________________ Go to www.saferideprogram.com or www.netters.us to download this form.
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SAVE THESE DATES! Enjoy Music & Food with Family & Friends! The Schodack Town Park presents
“Music In The Park” Summer Series June 17th: Winchester & YoungClassic Rock from the 60’s and 70’s with lots of Blended Harmonies – Easy listening June 24th: Triskele- All female Celtic group July 1st: American Legion “Yankee Doodle Band” July 8th: Tri-County Banjo BandA favorite from years past with the best toe-tapping banjo and minstrel sing-along tunes from the 20’s and 30’s FREE CONCERTS Tuesdays from 6-8pm 477-7918 ELMWOOD CEMETERY IMPORTANT NOTICE The Elmwood Cemetery Association is in the process of converting manual records to an automated system designed for cemetery records management. If you hold a deed to burial rights at Elmwood, we need your help. We want our records to be as accurate as possible with up-to-date ownership and contact information. In many cases, our records still show old P.O. Box numbers rather than converted street addresses. In other cases, we have not been notified when deeds transferred by inheritance or other circumstances. As soon as possible, please send the following information to: Elmwood Cemetery of WSL, P.O. Box 415, West Sand Lake, NY, 12196: #1 the name (s) of the original deed purchaser. #2 your name as the current deed holder and, #3 your current address and phone number. If you prefer, we can record your e-mail address. In time, we will expand the information management capabilities to include genealogical information, obituary records and pictures at your request. The Association is a volunteer, notfor-profit organization and we would welcome any contribution to defray the costs of this important project. You may send your check payable to the Elmwood Cemetery of West Sand Lake Association at the address noted above.
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Ms. Karen T. Urbanski, Principal of Rensselaer Junior Senior High School, 25 Van Rensselaer Drive, Rensselaer, New York 12144; Telephone Number 436-8561; has announced the following students for the Principal’s List (89.38 - 98.00 average) and the Honor Roll (84.62 – 89.37 average) for the third quarter marking period. Principal’s List - Grade 12: Aye Aye Aung, Michelle Cirillo, Zachary French, Mia Gil, Rowan Goca, Steven Harwood III, Tieara Karlquist, Gabriella Kirker, Emily Kopaskie, Cheyenne MacGilfrey, Selena Medina, Naceir Melton-Jones, Nordic Mercedes, Win Myint, Tyler Oliver, Jared Radley, Raynika Wilcox. Grade 11: Abhishek Anil Nair, William Brooking III, Joshua Cirillo, Gabrielle D’Alessandro, Barry Dennis, Jr., Kurt Donner, Jonathan Hall, Shane Hamilton, Pwint Hnin, Krsna Jevons, Emily Kretzschmar, Sabrina Medina, Ezra Neal, Kortnee Phillips, Gabrielle Pike, Cody Rifenberick, Autumn Shambeau, Brian Sousis, Jr., Min Yar Zar, Kyaw Zwa. Grade 10: Htat Aung, Phil Balabala, Jolene Bell, Donovan Burrows, Christopher Gil, Tyler Harwood, Anthony Moore, Jr., Kya Lu Nee, Keondre’ Nixon, Alexander Prusky, Crystal Rafferty, Sirawit Ratchatacharoenpong, Christopher Spath, Gabriel Stephan. Grade 9: Dean Biancaniello, Jr., Jordan Caywood, Moo Law Eh, Mae Endres, K Thari Han, Sudarat Hormhuan, Joshua Kenna, Ciara Squre, Imanda Silver, Valerie Stephan, Mia Stewart, Madison Tyndell, Zin Zin Wai, Jalen Wilcox, Hein Zaw, Hiluan Zi. Grade 8: Madison Berhaupt, Autumn Brown, Angelene Eriole, Rebecca Gier, May Hlaing, Kenneth Kenyon, Zo Ko, Bryanna Mangual, Angelo Marrero, Alexandra Maxian, Xavier Nixon, Tyrese Smith, Nicholas Soler, Alaysia Thomas, Stephanie Williams. Grade 7: Motasam Alshami, Purevsuren Batdorj, Isabelle Bollman, Max Brady, Izaek Bulibek, Michael Burdek, Navia Bynum, John Dodson, Chazden Ford, Matthew French, Omar Garcia, Sean Gillan, Blaine Goodell, Thiri Htun, Gianna Johnson, Matthew Kahler, Justine Katras, Allison Knapp, Catherine LaPorta, Olivia Mangione, Prscilla Marrero, Monica Par, Olaposi Peters, Karina Pirani, Tino Rodriguez, Hsar Roe, Kaitlynn Salvinski, Aaliyah Stanley, Joseph Sweet, Jr., Kieran Teator, Joshua Touzin, Kira Weston. Honor Roll - Grade 12: Brandon Butler, Aajahle Edmunds, Jasmin Edmunds, Jacob Forgea, Alison Gladfelter, Tyisha Hector, Thomas Ingoldsby, Erica Murray, James Stevens, Ian Steward. Grade 11: Brandon Clancy, Emily Hemming, Christian Hulett, Sydney Jerome, Olivia Knapp, Aliyah Linnen, Curtis Rodriguez. Grade 10: Danielle Eriole, Law Lay Htoo, Thanat Jusomboon, Edward Karlquist, Jazmine Sousis. Grade 9: Christina Bellamy, Thomas Burgess III, Emma Cicchinelli, Joshua DuLong, Bailee Dykeman, Allison Giannantonio, Halana Hayner, Lay K’Pru Htoo, Alexis Leonard, Natalie Mercedes, Ka Paw, Ethan Radley, Shawn Schmick, Sha Toh. Grade 8: Marcus Allert, Angelina Avery, Devynn Derenzo, Michelle Dymond, Giovita Johnson, Htat Lwin, Zachary Mackey, Bryan Mangual, Britteny Pagan, Nisani Parker, Brianna Rowe, Zarka Tahir. Grade 7: Jayleigh Bellefeuille, Nathaniel Breedon, Tyler Cinnamon, Tianna Dewer, Jenna Downey, Sherraz Elshiekh, Elijah Foust, Henry Goca, Julius Johnson, Ruslan Kourin, Brezney Lyon, Zarash Tahir, Alani Thomas, Aminah Wingfield.
LT. COL. ANDREW PINCKNEY TO HEAD SPECIALIZED NATIONAL GUARD UNIT New York Army National Guard Lt. Col. Andrew Pinckney, a Rensselaer resident and veteran of two combat deployments to Afghanistan, took command of the New York National Guard’s 2nd Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support Team (CST) on Monday, June 9.The 2nd CST is a joint Army and Air National Guard unit whose members are trained to identify chemical, biological or radiological agents employed in a terrorist attack or released in an accident. The unit, headquartered at Stratton Air National Guard Base in Scotia, is equipped with high-tech detection equipment and the members are trained to operate in a hazardous environment. The unit deploys teams on a regular basis in support of high-visibility events like the Super Bowl or the opening session of the United Nations General Assembly. Pinckney, a full-time member of the Army National Guard, took over from Lt. Col. Thomas Benton in a ceremony on June 9. Pinckney entered the Army as an enlisted Soldier in 1995 after graduating from SUNY Brockport in 1995. In 1998 he attended Officer Candidate School and was commissioned as Field Artillery Officer. He served in the 101st Air Assault Division, the 3rd Infantry Division and the 10th Mountain Division until he left active duty in 2004. He served as a fire support officer in Kosovo in 2000 and 2001 with the 2nd Infantry Division and in Afghanistan with the 10th Mountain Division in 2003. Pinckney joined the New York Army National Guard in 2004, serving as the commander of Company C 1st Battalion 101st Cavalry in Hoosick Falls. He went on to serve as a personnel officer of the 27th Infantry Brigade Combat Team in Syracuse and the Executive Officer of the 2nd Squadron 101st Cavalry in Buffalo. He deployed to Afghanistan in 2012 as a Security Force Advisory Team Commander. He and his wife have three children.
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(518) 629-6630 AREA STUDENTS NAMED TO CHAMPLAIN COLLEGE PRESIDENT’S LIST The following area residents have been named to the Spring 2014 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: Jeremy Vermilyea a resident of Averill Park, majoring in Psychology. Joshua Heier a resident of Averill Park, majoring in Computer Networking and Information Security. Patrick Jones a resident of Sand Lake, majoring in Computer Networking and Information Security.
FREE SUMMER CONCERT TO BE HELD AT OAKWOOD On Monday, June 23, from 7:00 to 8:00 pm, there will be a free Summer Concert on the chapel lawn at Oakwood Cemetery. What better way to enjoy the first days of summer? Bring your own lawn chair or blanket and enjoy a lively program of popular and classical music, marches and show tunes, all performed by the Colonie Town Band. The 60 piece band has the delightful tradition of offering children in the audience the exciting opportunity to come up and help conduct the final tune, usually a Sousa march. Parents, bring your cameras! Bottled water and snacks will be available for purchase from the Friends of Oakwood. Proceeds will benefit the Oakwood Restoration Fund. In case of rain, the concert will be cancelled. Check our Facebook page for updates: o a k w o o d c e m e t e r y t r o y n y. Please use the Oakwood Avenue entrance (Route 40). GPS: 186 Oakwood Avenue Troy, NY 12180. We hope you will join us as we celebrate all things musical and the start of summer.
CALLING ALL PATSY CLINE FANS! For all you Patsy Cline fans out there, come to the Rensselaer County, Rensselaer Senior Center for our concert, featuring Courtney Shane on June 24th. This concert will follow our noon lunch (sign up required, suggested contribution of $2.75) You must have lunch with us to enjoy this show. Sign up in the Center office, early, as this show is sure to fill up fast. Call the center at 463-2166 for more information. The Center is located in the McManus Center (Old St. Johnâ€™s school building) at the corner of East and Herrick Streets, in the city of Rensselaer.
TRINITY CEMETERY ASSOC. MEETING The Trinity Cemetery Association will hold a meeting, June 18, 2014 at 7 pm, at Trinity Lutheran Church, Route 150 in West Sand Lake. We are looking for interested parties to come to the meeting with ideas, suggestions and assistance, physically and /or monetarily. The cemetery and the gravestones are in dire need of work and any help we can get is greatly appreciated. If you have a deed to any of the cemetery plots, please bring it with you so we can check our records. Thank you and hope to see you at the meeting.
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E.G. COMMUNITY and REC. DEPT. SEEKING VOLUNTEERS for COMMITTEE The Town of East Greenbush Community and Recreational Services Department is seeking volunteers for a newly forming committee to plan our annual Saturday In The Park event in September. Meetings will begin in June. We are seeking 5 to 6 town residents with some event planning experience. Ideally we would like to have a representative from each area of town. If you are interested please contact Jessica Lansing at 4774194. Summer Camp Registrations are still going! Our Brand New Summer Camp program still has some openings. Sign up soon to reserve your spot! Registration forms are available online at eastgreenbush.org. You only need a $50 deposit to register and hold your spot!
ST. MARYâ€™S TO OFFER FREE MAMMOGRAMS St. Maryâ€™s Hospital, in collaboration with the Cancer Services Programs of Albany and Rensselaer counties, will offer free mammography screenings for women age 40 or older who have no health insurance, Wednesday, June 18, 4â€“6 p.m., at the Seton Massry Center, 147 Hoosick St., Troy. The event will feature free mammograms, clinical breast exams and Pap tests, as well as blood pressure, glucose and cholesterol screenings for those who qualify. To schedule an appointment, or for more information, please call (518) 525-8680.
ALBANY INSTITUTE HONORS E. STEWART & KIMBERLY JONES The Albany Institute of History & Art hosted the 2014 Museum Gala, Friday, June 6, 2014. The Board of Trustees of the Albany Institute dedicated this yearâ€™s gala to Kimberly and E. Stewart Jones, Jr. for their philanthropic support of our community. â€œKimberly and Stewartâ€™s philanthropic commitment to the Capital Region has created a lasting legacy for future generations,â€? says George R. Hearst, III, the Chair of the Board of Directors at the Albany Institute. â€œWe wish to thank them for their hospitality, generosity, enthusiasm, and vision.â€? Kimberly is the administrator of and responsible for the operation and management of her husbandâ€™s Troy-based law firm. Kimberly came to Albany from New Hartford to attend the University at Albany and has never left this region. She sits on many boards of the Capital Region, including those of the University at Albany Foundation, Capital District Community Gardens, Double H Ranch, and Unity House. In addition to the Albany Institute of History & Art, she also supports the Albany Symphony Orchestra, Capital Repertory Theatre, Families in Need of Assistance, and the Troy Music Hall. Stewart, a Troy native, is the third generation lawyer at the namesake firm founded by his grandfather almost 120 years ago. Mr. Jonesâ€™ firm is litigation-based, focused on personal injury and criminal defense litigation. He has been listed in the Best Lawyers of America for over 30 years. Stewartâ€™s commitment to philanthropy has been heralded by many. He has twice been chair of the board of Albany Law School, is the current chairman of the board at the Albany Academies, and Vice-Chair of the board at Saratoga Performing Arts Center, among many other philanthropic commitments.
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AP OFF-BROADWAY PLAYERS CONGRATULATE SENIORS The Averill Park Off-Broadway Players would like to congratulate the seniors who won awards at the annual Senior Arts Gala last Friday. These awards were given to seniors who showed exemplary dedication to the theater arts program at Averill Park. The Robert J. Kelly Theatre Arts Award for outstanding work in all areas of theater was awarded to Abbey Hollister. The T. Michael Costello Theatre Award for acting was given to Anthony Raus. The Off Broadway Playersâ€™ G.L.O.S.-C. Awards for exemplary dedication to technical theater were given to Madeline Carpenter, Halla Carpinello, and Joanne Yeung. The Bertram C. McNary Memorial Award exceptional dedication and enthusiasm for theater arts was given to Anna Scherer. The Sound Award went to Sadie Olson and the Lights Award went to Padraic Morrissey. Lauren and Fiona Lyons both received awards for costumes. The Jack Smead Theater Arts Award for significant contributions to the theater program was awarded to all the seniors listed above in addition to Katherine DeWolf, Chris Hough Deane, Elizabeth Karam, Sarah Lossi, Andrew Murphy, William Murphy, Chad Reid, Sabrina Squires, and Alex Wojtasek. The Averill Park High School Theatre Arts Awards, which recognizes all seniors involved in OBP, was received by all the students listed above, as well as Brena Bonesteel, Gina Capece, Katrina Kardelkey, Aiden Rockwell, and Eric Snyder. The OBP would like to congratulate all the seniors and thank them for their contribution to the theater program at APHS.
GARAGE SALE FUNDRAISER FOR APHS STUDENTS TRAVELING THIS SUMMER Averill Park has 4 students traveling to Australia this summer with People to People. They will spend 20 days in the Land Down Under, experiencing the local fauna and flora. They will visit Sydney and Cairns. They will snorkel in the Great Barrier Reef and cavort with dolphins and their research scientists at a dolphin sanctuary. They will experience a home stay with local families and do service projects for kids. That is just the tip of the iceberg. Their parents are hosting a garage sale at 193 Edgewood Drive, Averill Park to help defray the costs of their travel. It is off Rt. 43, directly across from the high school. The garage sale will be open from 8 to 4 each day. There are other fundraiser events. Contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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It is a pleasure to list the 494 students who qualified for the Algonquin Honor Roll by attaining one of the following standards of scholastic achievement. Merit Roll - Average of 88-91, with no grade below 70 and no incompletes Honor Roll - Average of 92-95, with no grade below 70 and no incompletes High Honor Roll - Average of 96 to 100, with no grade below 70 and no incompletes Grade 6: High Honor Roll: Bryanna Agan, Adam Balogh, Brandon Bipat, Jared Bull, Alfred Burgazoli, Delaney Burton, Lorenzo Elliott, John Ely, Kayla Gutheil, Lauren Harland, Jessica Haskin, Sydney Haskin, Gabriel Hildebrandt, Sally Howard, Nilah Johnson, Abigayle Jorden, Mackenzie Julien, Ryan Kasuba, Emma Kehn, Lena Kiehl, Lillian Kronau, Matthew Lettko, Adam Limoges, Triston Lincoln, Alyssa Lindheimer, Dani Martuscello, Alexandra Mau, Lauren Meyers, Alexander Michaels, Joseph Milanese, Robert Nero, Jack Nichols, Audrey Oliver, Helen Pond, Michael Re, Hannah Ryan, Carley Salerno, Joseph Schlossberg, Eric Schuman, Whitney Shelhamer, Sukhbir Sohal, Haley Surprenant, Joseph Svensson, Emily Sweet, Bryanna Swinson, Alexis Thompson, Lydia Ware and Ian Zieske. Grade 6: Honor Roll: Guiliana Adamo, Jane Adams, Nabeel Ansari, Madeleine Balga, Riley Bennett, Abigail Bergerson, Ethan Bowen, Morgan Bowerman, Joseph Buckley, Dean Buttaci, DeLana Castle, Hayden Chenette, Tatiana Damiano, Dominick Denue, Lindsey Despart, Quinn Dzembo, Sarah Faragon, Adam Film, Claire Flynn, Ryan Garrett, Samuel Ghent, Mark Goca, Andrew Gorman, Marisa Hale, Madelyn Harris, Abby Heier, Keston Holohan, Sophia Jaworski, Erik Jeschke, Ashley Kerwin, Adam Kiely, Isabella LaFreniere, Kaiya Leveroni, Hailey Logan, Delaney Long, Jack Long, Emily Lubas, Ty Mazzeo, Isabella McClave, Thomas McCormack, Jason Meyer, Aidan Millington, Matthew Minich, Matthew Morin, Ozia Morris, Delaney Munyan, Faith Murray, Meara Oâ€™Brien, Anna Olson, Kelly Oâ€™NeillKnasick, Alessandro Pascarella, Daniel Pauley, Luke Pelcher, Kaiser Popal, Joseph Ragosta, Colin Rescott, Ainsley Rogers, Gabriella Romano, Kaylee Romano, Dominic Scattareggia, Emma Scheeren, Ciera Sherman, Robert Sherman, Cameron Shoemaker, Matthew Shoemaker, Austin Sicko, Ethan Simard, Gabrielle Skiba, Alexandria VanDerKar, Kevin Wendell, Max Willson, Kelsey Wood and Melanie Zusy. Grade 6: Merit Roll: Lucas Angrisano, Cheyenne Bailey, Brice Bonesteel, Cameron Brown, Logan Bruce, Helena Burzesi, Anthony Childrose, Jr., Brigid Clark, Kathleen Cone, Alex Cooper, Robert DeGroff, Jonathan DeWolf, Giovanna Dooley, Charles Dunigan, Logan Escobar, Christopher Evans, Arianna Foley, Jessica Gavitt, Lillian Gorman, Conner Hansen, Jacob Herter, Lindsey Hitchcock, Harold Hoffman, Samantha Hubbard, Spencer Johnson, Christopher Kalinowski, Caitlin Kerwin, Nikolas Koch, Caleb Kronau, Logan Lamphere, Isabelle Malatesta, Keegan Mallory, Joseph Manfred, Cassandra Marsceill, Zachary McClave, Alexander Mills, Michael Minehan, Viktor Montes, Julia Mooradian, Jenna-Marie Morin, Marie Parascandola, Marie Patanian, Logan Peaslee, Anya Philistin, Kristian Powell, Seth Smith, Julianna Sorriento, Cylie VanDeWal, Keagen Vrsalovic, Justin Weaver and Forest Wright. Grade 7: High Honor Roll: Noora Ahmed, Emily Armlin, Samuel Bendett, Jessica Beskid, Michael Beskid, Matthew Bielawa, Logan Bielawski, Olivia Bonesteel, Jacqueline Borland, Brian Bourne, Iris Bursey, Anthony Carucci, Taya Catlin, Hadley Chan, Allena Coombs, Shauna Corry, Emma Crawley, Kara Dodge, Nicholas DonVito, Jenna Farley, Angelina Ferritto, Konnor Fink, Eamon Finnerty, Ruthann Flick, Jake Franchi, Matthew Gaston, Jeremy Gregware, Thomas Hacker, Julia Haworth, Nathaniel Jamison, Emily Jaworski, Emily Jorden, Matthew Kenneally, Kelsey Kittleson, Jadyn Lee, Isabella Maddalone, Zachary McGrath, Jenna Miller, EmmaLee Morgan, Sophia Morone, Marissa Nagel, Katherine Oâ€™Neill-Knasick, Lauren Pelletier, Grace Powers, Joan Quinones, Kyle Reasor, Jason Reed, Anita Reitano, Victoria Simkulet, Micayla Slattery, Elli Sol Strich, Kristen Thomas, Petra Valenti, Abigail Vandenberg, Jack Wendell, Aidan Westfall, Laura Wing,
Merrill Wrenn, Julia Zaremba, Keating Zelenke and Rebekah Zimmerman. Grade 7: Honor Roll: Alexis Anton, Ryan Baker, Allaura Barrett, Martin Bond, Austin Bradway, Victoria Bubie, Emily Bulmer, Hanna Buono, Caterina Burns, Kyarra Callum, Emma Card, Molly Cardamone, Morgan Catlin, Kaylee Clairmont, James Cocca, Trevor Collins, Jesse Crawford-Harris, Christina DeGroff, Karisa Dell, Bradley Fink, William Fleming, Nicholas Gelder, Sydney Gile, Megan Glanton, Cole Gorleski, Christian Gorman, Zoe Gras, Margaret Gray, Darren Griffin, Marissa Guilbault, Megan Hale, Michaela Hanczaryk, Jack Hennessy, Mario Hepp, Abigail Hillenbrandt, Aiden Jones, Andrew Kardelky, Olivia Kelley, Nixon Kwok, Michael LaChance, Taylor Liberty, Gabrielle Mainville, Morgan Mason, James McDade, Morgan McIntyre, John McKenna, Olivia Meemken, Kelsey Mohl, Zachary Moskov, Carl Nitz, Avery Pascucci, Nicholas Pastizzo, Stephanie Paul, Kelsey Perala, Zachary Purdy, Cuyler Reynolds, Nicholas Spink, Mariah St. Onge, Stephanie St. Pierre, Ethan Steven, Celina Tomlinson, Madelyn Van Aken, Morgan VanDervoort, Andrew VanRoy, Brendan Waldorf, Alexander Williams-Mitchell, Isabella With and Nikolas Yash. Grade 7: Merit Roll: Matthew Atherholt, Jake Bornt, Lillian Bushey, Rebekah Chambers, Shawn Cornelius, Wesley Doscher, Anna Doyle, Anthony Dutcher, Abigail Filli, Mark Finelli, Declan Flynn, Emma Gardner, Rachel Gates, Avery Gauthier, Sean Graf, Dylan Hansen, Kyle Hart, Lauren Hogle, Zachary Hotaling, Christopher Hutnick, Alyssa Jacon, Dylan LaPorta, Genna LaRose, Jacob Lucier, Nicholas Maggio, Tiffany Maroncelli, Colin Miller, Kyle Moak, Josephine Morelli, Morgan Morizio, Alexis Moskov, Anthony Otazo, Gianna Polaro, Zachary Price, Audrey Rafferty, Ryan Ranken, Logan Southard, Collin St. Pierre, Aaron Styczynski, Angela Thomas, Jacob Unser, Alex Verardi, MeiLin Wachtel, Kennedi Wilkinson, Amanda Winckler and Nicholas Zalucky. Grade 8: High Honor Roll: Hannah Brisee, Alana Carroll, Lauren Combs, Emily Conway, Mark Dearstyne, Thea Dimin, Heath Glasgow, Ryan Gutheil, Madison Hasbrouck, Emily Henricks, Arlyss Herzig, Madelyne Holmes, Adam Johnson, Emma Limoges, Lauren McClure, Lydia Murphy, Morgan Nichols, Caitlin Oâ€™Neill, Farrell Pelcher, Jade Rodriguez, Katherine Rollins, Matthew Romano, Heidi Schuman, Ryan Stewart, Mara Strich and Raymond Yeung. Grade 8: Honor Roll: Lilyanna Ainsley, Connor Balter, Taylor-Rae Brundige, Elizabeth Burridge, Shannon Carney, Abigail Chenette, Leah Debboli, Ryan Deo, Olivia DuBois, Erik Dunn, Zachary Effman, Jessica Farley, Nicholas Ferra, Emma Flint, Lydia Flynn, Andrew Fountain, Andrew Garrow, Kylie Gavitt, John Giannone, Christina Gladding, Michael Hansen, Margaret Hayes, Samantha Herrington, Alexander Holcomb, Connor Hosley, Jessie Hubbard, Julia Huntley, William Hynes, Amanda Hyson, Stephanie Jankovic, Danielle, Kiely, Nathan Lapinski, Jessica Liberty, Ariel Loucks, Madison Mau, Mary Beth McDade, Paul McGreevy, Derek McMahon, Sierra Miner, Ian Moore, Isabel Morris, Zachary Nichols, Diana Nunes Costa, Jack Paris, Luciano Pascarella, Isabella Pastore, Sonia Popal, Emily Popp, Noah Prashaw, Rachel Quell, Sierra Rooney, Kristina Sanchez, Kristen Schaefer, Melissa Schupp, Gabrielle Signorelli, Kevin Silver, Jacob Snyder, Noah Snyder, Manvir Sohal, Jacob Stewart, Cooper Willis and Mallory Wood. Grade 8: Merit Roll: Joseph Adamo, Morgan Angrisano, Bianca Bagramian, Kaitlyn Bates, Alexis Beardsley, Airianna Bourdages, Alana Brennan, Julia Corellis, Lucas Coutin, Alaina Dâ€™Alleva, Kaitlin DeFlumer, Serena DeJulio, Samantha Dunham, Brady DuPont, James Ely, Eden Faliveno, Nicholas Ferlito, Alexandra Film, Amanda Finelli, Cheyanne Fink, Sarah Flagg, Anthony Germinerio, Courtney Gorleski, Lucas Harland, Loren Heck, Connor Hicks, Sally Holden, Kyle Hunter, Sydney Jones, Jacqueline Jurs, Jeremy Jurs, Michaela Kalendek-Mosley, Evan Kortz, Ryan Kronau, Justin Lettko, James Madsen, Grace Marrochello, Anna-Leah Martin, Caelan McPherson, Jacob Miller, Nathaniel Moss, Katherine Munyan, Jack Nash, Richard Pascucci, Leah Paulson, Jade Qua, Gavin Quinn, Victoria Radley, Phoebe Reuther, Courtney Ries, Alyssia Sanchez, Shea Slocum, Claudia Stay, Luke Switzer, Claire Teal, Jenna VanderBogart, Garrett Wagner, Sean Wheeler, Zachary Whitmore, Amelia Wilson and Colin Zieske.
NOTICE OF FORMATION OF CAPITAL VIEW CASINO AND RESORT, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with Department of State of NY on 5/19/14. Office location: Rensselaer County. Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) is the designated agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to: The LLC, 342 Jefferson Street, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866. Purpose: any lawful activity.
HOMESTEAD FARMS CSA, LLC Notice of Formation of Limited Liability Company Articles of Organization filed with the Department of State of New York on December 20, 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 Homestead Farms CSA, LLC, 3842 NY 2, Cropseyville, New York 12052. No reported agent. Latest date of dissolution of LLC: None. Purpose: All legal purposes.
NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: 18 INDUSTRIAL ROAD PROPERTIES LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 05/22/14. 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, 18 Industrial Road, Troy, New York 12180. Purpose: For any lawful purpose.
NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC) Name : CK Healthcare Connections, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on April 1, 2014. 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 The LLC, 136 Meadows Drive, Melrose, New York 12121. Purpose:Any lawful business purpose. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC). Articles of Organization for a New York LLC, to wit, FINISH LINE STABLES, LLC whose principal business location is in Rensselaer County, were filed with the New York State Department of State on May 27, 2014. The Secretary of State is designated agent for service of process. The P.O. address to which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against it served upon him or her is c/o The LLC, 70 Kardas Road, Valley Falls, New York 12185. The purpose of the LLC is to engage in any lawful activity to which a LLC may be organized under the LLCL of New York State. Notice of Formation of GABELRY Development, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with NY Dept. of State on 5/1/14. Office location: Rensselaer County. Sec. of State designated agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served and shall mail process to: c/o Michael J. Uccellini, 300 Jordan Rd., Troy, NY 12180, principal business address. Purpose: any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of GARDNER FARM, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with NY Secy. of State on 05/21/2014. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: 15879 State Route 22, Stephentown, NY 12168. No registered agent. Purpose: Any lawful purpose. Flint Law Firm LLC, 75 Main Street, P. O. Box 363, Chatham, NY 12037, (518) 392-2555 NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: RICE BUILDING 1871, LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 05/01/14. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLC, c/o Rice Building, 216 River Street, Troy, New York 12180. Purpose: For any lawful purpose.
NOTICE OF FORMATION OF AN LLC: HYDE LANDSCAPE and CONSTRUCTION LLC Notice of formation of an LLC: Hyde Landscape and Construction LLC. Articles of Incorporation were filed with the Secretary of State of NY (SSNY) on April 9, 2014. Office location: Rensselaer County. The SSNY is designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process it may be served. The address within or outside this state to which the SSNY shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC served upon him or her is: Philip D. Hyde, 70 South Road, Averill Park, New York 12018. JAY M. SPEANBURG WATER WELLS, LLC Art. Of Org. Filed Sec. of State of NY 05/23/2014. Off. Loc.: Rensselaer Co. SSNY designated as agent upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY to mail copy of process to The LLC, P.O. Box 136, Valley Falls, NY 12185. Purpose: Any lawful act or activity. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF JDK Acquisitions, LLC, a domestic Limited Liability Company (LLC). Articles of Organization filed with the secretary of State on 5/22/2014. Office Location: Rensselaer County. Secretary of State is designated as agent upon whom process against LLC may be served. Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC served upon him/her to John D. Keller, Sr., 2465 Kraft Road, Castleton, NY 12033. Purpose: all lawful activities. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC) Name: Menno Interstate LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on May 8, 2014. 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 7 Madison Street, Troy, New York 12180. 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. Redburn Infrastructure, LLC Notice of Formation of Redburn Infrastructure, LLC Arts. Of Org. filed with NY Secy. Of State (SSNY) on 3/3/14. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY is designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to 172 River Street, Suite D, Troy, NY 12180. Purpose: any lawful activity.
Notice of Formation of an LLC: 3074 6th Ave LLC Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 5/8/14. Office location: Rensselaer County. The Secretary of State is designated as agent of the limited liability company upon whom process against it may be served. The address within or without this state to which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against the limited liability company served upon him or her is: Shareef Jandali, 597 Westport Ave, Unit C448, Norwalk, CT 06851. Notice of Formation of Aegle Health Network, LLC. Articles of Organization filed with NY Secretary of State (SSNY) 4/25/14. Office location: County of Rensselaer. SSNY is designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of any process to the LLC at 82 East Road, Troy, NY 12180. Purpose: any lawful activity. Notice of Formation of Amy Peters LLC. Arts Of Org. filed with Secy. Of State of NY (SSNY) on 4/25/14. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: 2600 State Hwy., 30A, Fonda, NY 12068. Purpose: any lawful activity.
NOTICE OF ORGANIZATION OF ERT PARTNERS, LLC On June 2, 2014, ERT Partners, LLC (the “LLC”) filed Articles of Organization with the NYS Department of State. The principal business location of the LLC is 77 Troy Road, Rensselaer County, East Greenbush, New York. The New York Secretary of State is designated as the agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. The post office address to which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC is 77 Troy Road, East Greenbush, NY 12061. The LLC is organized for the purpose of any and all lawful business. Notice of Formation of an LLC: Haughney Trucking LLC. Articles of Incorporation were filed with the Secretary of State of NY (SSNY) on 6/02/14. Office location : Rensselaer County. The SSNY is designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process it may be served. The address within or outside this state to which the SSNY shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC served upon him or her is: Christopher J. Haughney, 145 Haughney Road, Troy, NY 12182
EMPLOYMENT HELP WANTED Caregiver needed. Overnights and weekend days available. Caring for the elderly in a small residential home. 674-6087 days; 674-5369 eves.; 292-8423 cell Childcare provider for the nursery at the First United Methodist Chuch. 1 Gilligan Rd. EGB., for approx. 1-1/2 hrs. each Sunday and special occasions. For futher details please call the church office at 477-9693. Drivers: $2,000 sign-on bonus! Home nightly! Albany, NY flatbed! CDL-A, 1 yr. exp. req. Estenson Logistics. Apply: www.goelc.com 1-866-336-9642 PT summer help wanted. Potential FT. wkend necessary. 283-0482 or apply within. Rt.66 Meats, 195 Main Ave. Wynantskill
Drivers: $2,000.00 Sign-On Bonus! 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 Framing crew seeking help. Some experience necessary. 669-5265 Needed conscientious workers with strong work ethic. Property maintenance East Greenbush Tech Park, Mannix Rd. East Greenbush. Full time & seasonal positions Mon-Fri. 7am-3:30pm. Outside/inside. Varied duties such as mowing, minor repairs, building upkeep, snow removal, etc. Call 518-452-0095. Send resume to: email@example.com
ST. PETER’S HEALTH PARTNERS HONOR NURSES & PHYSICIANS FOR EXCELLENCE Medical Staffs of three St. Peter’s Health Partners facilities – Samaritan Hospital and St. Mary’s Hospital in Troy, and Albany Memorial Hospital in Albany – have announced the recipients of the “2014 Awards for Caring, Collaboration and Communication” and “2014 Nurses of Distinction Awards” presented at the Annual Nurse/Physician cocktail party held at the Hilton Garden Inn, Troy. The Nursing Staffs of the three hospitals selected the following physicians as recipients of the “2014 Awards for Caring, Collaboration and Communication”: Edwin Cowen, MD, and Amy Gorman, RPA, of Albany Memorial Hospital; Katrina Kardos, MD, and Cynthia Duncan-Bornt, NP, of Samaritan Hospital; Rameen Hashemiyoon, MD, and Michael Bibighaus, MD, of St. Mary’s Hospital. The Physician Staffs of the three hospitals selected the following awardees for the “2014 Nurses of Distinction Awards”: Anne Marie Brignoni, RN, emergency department, and Lorraine Hughes, RN, endoscopy unit, of Albany Memorial Hospital; Brittney DiScanio, RN, surgical services, and Kathleen Miranda, RN, intensive care unit, of Samaritan Hospital; Theresa Manduca, RN, and Stephanie Walsh, RN, both of the progressive care unit of St. Mary’s Hospital.
FT. CRAILO CHAPTER DAR TO MEET The Ft. Crailo Chapter of NSDAR will meet on Saturday, June 14th, at the East Greenbush Library at 10:30 AM. The ladies will be discussing the upcoming September 26-28th 118th New York State Conference to be held at the Desmond Hotel, 660 Albany Shaker Road in Albany. We will also be voting to fill the post of Vice Regent and to review the past year and to plan for next year. Ladies who are interested in joining DAR are welcome to attend.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING SAND LAKE PLANNING BOARD. Please take notice that the Sand Lake Planning Board will hold the following Public Hearing at the Sand Lake Town Hall, located 8428 Miller Hill Rd, (NY66), Sand Lake, NY 12153 where all interested parties will be heard 618-14 at 7:45 P.M. Pursuant to the application of Olga S. Dobush Family Trust 3555 NY 43 West Sand Lk. NY 12196, shown on a map entitled Map of Survey and 2Lot Minor Subdivision Lands of Olga S. Dobush Family Trust Liber 4540 Page 136 prepared by R. Scott Land Surveying Dated 514-14 and further identified as tax map no. 147.-3-5.1 By order of the Sand Lk. Planning Brd. Patrice Sweet, Secretary.
NYS Lic’d. home childcare, openings in September. Ages 2 & up. Preschool curriculum. Outdoor play. Meals, snacks incl. 477-1462
NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. NAME: OLDE COUNTRY GATHERING, LLC. Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 05/07/14. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail a copy of process to the LLC, c/o Deborah Yando, 200 Gutbrodt Road, Melrose, NY 12121. Purpose: For any lawful purpose.
RIVER STREET BEAT SHOP, LLC Notice of Formation of Limited Liability Company. Articles of Organization filed with the Department of State of New York on May 23, 2014. 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 River Street Beat Shop, LLC, 197 River Street, Troy, New York 12180. No reported agent.Latest date of dissolution of LLC: None. Purpose: All legal purposes.
TEEN ANIME CONVENTION
NOTICE TO BIDDER The Lebanon Valley Protective Association (LVPA), is accepting bids for the mowing of the Legion Property located at 7 Mill Road New Lebanon NY, for the rest of
the 2014 season. Bids must be received by the COB on Tuesday June 17th. Send Bids to LVPA, Attn: VP Gregg Gilliland, PO Box 162, New Lebanon, NY 12125.
BINGO every Friday at 7:30PM at the Boys & Girls Club, 544 B roadway, Rensselaer. Doors open at 5:45PM. $1500 in prizes ~ Bell jar tickets. Help spread the word to support your Boys & Girls club. 465-3403.
A Teen Anime Convention will be held on Saturday, June 21st, at 10 a.m. at the Lansingburgh Branch of the Troy Public Library, at 27 114th St, Troy. The event will include video game tournaments, an Anime viewing room, J-Pop Karaoke, Cosplay, Voice Acting Demonstration, and Refreshments. Teens ages 13 and up are encouraged to attend. To register, call 2747071 or visit our website at www.thetroylibrary.org.
AREA SUNY POTSDAM STUDENTS NAMED TO PRESIDENT’S LIST The State University of New York at Potsdam recently named 861 students to the President’s List, in recognition of their academic excellence in the Spring 2014 semester. The SUNY Potsdam students were honored for earning top marks by Interim President Dr. Dennis L. Hefner. The students included: Carlene Benson of Averill Park, NY, whose major is Childhood/ Early Childhood Education. Molly Bonnier of Melrose, NY, whose major is Dance. Emily Chevrette of Troy, NY, whose major is Music Performance. Katherine Danforth of Hoosick Falls, NY, whose major is Theatre. Jillian Dolder of Castleton On Hudson, NY, whose major is Physics. Andrew Doody of Troy, NY, whose major is Politics. Molly Falco of Averill Park, NY, whose major is Speech Communication. Jarod Grieco of Johnsonville, NY, whose major is Music Education. Emily Gudewicz of Averill Park, NY, whose major is Psychology. Amy Lynch of Schaghticoke, NY, whose major is Psychology. Madeline Morizio of Troy, NY, whose major is Music Education. Brianna Penk of Troy, NY, whose major is Business Administration (Bachelor of Science). Adriana Rizzo of Cropseyville, NY, whose major is Childhood/Early Childhood Education. Sara Seney of East Nassau, NY, whose major is Psychology. Nicholas Tarricone of Troy, NY, whose major is History. Alexander Terry of Wynantskill, NY, whose major is Business Administration (Bachelor of Science). To achieve the honor of being on the President’s List, each student must have satisfactorily completed 12 numerically-graded semester hours, with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.
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WANTED Wanted-diabetic testing strips. Any type. Will pay up to $25 per box. Will pick-up. 620-6217
FOR SALE Vermont Casting Vigilant wood burning stove. Incl’s access. Removal by buyer. $800. 2732093
GARAGE SALES 22 Forest Rd., A.P., Fri. & Sat., 6/13 & 6/14. Huge sale! Something for everyone. Don’t miss out!! Dolls, games, toys, books galore!! High quality. Plan for Christmas!! Cash & carry. Sat- Sun. June 14-15, 8am-4pm. 220 Boght Rd. Watervliet. Fri. 6/13 8-3; Sat. 6/14 9-1; 60 Cherokee Ln. Household, bikes, futon bunk bed, antiques, misc., bed frame, dresser No early birds! June 14, 9-4. Crestwood Ln. off Winter St. Ext. Troy. Clothing, jewelry, stationary stuff, knick knacks, something for everyone. Major sale, boys teen clothes. Designer labels, Holister, etc. New condition . Sat-Sun, June 14-15, 8-4. 220 Boght Rd. Watervliet. Perennial/ Shrub Sale, 6/20 & 6/21, 8-5p, Rte. 150 to Wildwood Heights, W. Sand Lake. Relocating!! Major sale. Everything goes. Small appl’s, furniture, baby items, exercise equipt. crystal, coats, etc. All high end. No junk. Too much to list. Don’t miss. Sat-Sun June 14-15, 5, 8-4. 220 Boght Rd. Watervliet. The Hamlet of Hampton Manor (located behind East Greenbush Town Hall) is having a neighborhood wide garage sale. Sat. -Sun, June 21-22, 9am-3pm.
SUMMER READING CLUB The Summer Reading Club will be held at the Troy Public Library starting June 29th through August 21st. Children ages 3 through 18 may sign up at the library or register online to win prizes just for reading. For more information, please call 274-7071, or go online at www.thetroylibrary.org.
NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC) Name: Paddock Proud LLC. Articles of Organization filed with Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on March 19, 2014. 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 The LLC, 269 Geiser Road, Wynantskill, New York 12198. Purpose: Any lawful business purpose. NOTICE OF ORGANIZATION OF TOCO PARTNERS, LLC On March 26, 2014, TOCO Partners, LLC (the “LLC”) filed Articles of Organization with the NYS Department of State. The principal business location of the LLC is 77 Troy Road, Rensselaer County, East Greenbush, New York. The New York Secretary of State is designated as the agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. The post office address to which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC is 77 Troy Road, East Greenbush, NY 12061. The LLC is organized for the purpose of any and all lawful business. Notice of Formation of US ASSET RECOVERY SOLUTIONS LLC. Articles of Org. filed with the Secretary of State of N.Y. (SSNY) on 02/27/2014. Office location: Rensselaer County. SSNY designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: PO Box 121, Cropseyville, NY, 12052. Purpose: Any Lawful Purpose.
PUBLIC NOTICE Trinity Lutheran Cemetery Association announces there will be a board meeting on June 18, 2014 at the Trinity Lutheran Church Library starting at 7:00pm. All that are interested are welcomed.
REAL ESTATE APARTMENTS FOR RENT A “55 & Better” Active Adult Rental Community
Join the PARADE of HOMES and visit The Spinney at Pond View on Wednesday, June 18th Call Melonie Pratt, Senior Housing Adviser at 894-2443 Included In Rent: TW Cable, Internet, Water/Sewer, Trash Removal, Mowing, Attached Garage w/Remote, Washer/Dryer, 24 hr. Emer. Service Visit Our Model Rental Cottage: M-F 9-5; Sat 11-4; Sun 11-3
2500 Pond View, Schodack (Off Miller Rd) 479-0800 • www.thespinneyatpondview.com
Brunswick, $695 w/ all utilities, 1BR, 2nd floor. BRYCE 937-5120. Castleton 1 or 2 BRs. w/d, a/c, totally renovated, wood flrs, oriental rugs, yd, deck, prkng. $700/ $995 (518) 392-4267 or (914)592-8886 Castleton, $650 1 BR upstairs. Heat & hot water incl. 732-7670 Crnr.of Pershing Ave. & Rt. 150, Wynantskill 2 br. ht & elec. incl.1st fl. NS NP. Totally reno. sec. dep. $875 674-5997 6-9pm Rte. 43 East of AP 1br $670+ util. NP/NS, laundry on premises. Sec. req. 518-766-5511 Sm. studio, one person. Non smoker, no pets. 5 mins. I 90. All inclusive. $650. 732-2810
REAL ESTATE WANTED
West Sand Lake, 2 BR, no smoking, $635. 674-1111
Call Cash Buyer! Wants horse farm 40+ acres, 40 mins. to Saratoga! 1/2 million +. BRYCE 488-0434.
Wynantskill, 1 and 2 BR’s, $790$1100. Well maintained country property, AP school, private, includes heat. 813-6795
Cash for your Home! No Fees! Fair Price! Brk. 928-1231
HOUSE FOR RENT 2 BR house Schodack. East Greenbush Sch. Yard, quiet area, sec. dep. refs. $950 429-1143 Lake front house for rent. Beautiful new remodeled 2 BR, 2 bath. 669-2766.
(MY) SECRET BRUNSWICK ART EXHIBIT
Crooked Lake, 2 weeks left in June! Beautiful waterfront. Furnished. No pets. Bryce 9281231
The Brunswick Historical Society is hosting its 2014 exhibition, (My) Secret Brunswick. The exhibit showcases the work of local artists, many who have drawn inspiration from the physical landscape of Brunswick and Rensselaer County. Visitors are invited to view different works by the artists and may also have an opportunity to purchase. The Brunswick Historical Society has its headquarters in the 1881 Garfield School, which is on the National Register of Historic Places. The school is located at 605 Brunswick Road (Route 2) in the hamlet of Eagle Mills. The Society is open for visitation Wednesday, 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., Saturday, 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. and by appointment. Wheelchair ramp accessible. For further information about this or other Society programs, please visit www.bhs-ny.org, call (518) 279-4024, or find us on Facebook.
GIANT FLEA MARKET 1st time open! East side charmer, 3 BR, 2 ba. Nice yard. Many new amenities. $110k. 3 Billings Ave. BRYCE 271-7630 Father’s Day Special! Open Sunday 12-3. Make Mom & Dad happy! One-of-a-kind home tucked away w/ 5+ acres, 4BR, 2.5ba., great rm., private custom built patio. $300’s. 200 Snake Hill Rd. BRYCE 928-1231.
The Missing Link Street Ministry will sponsor a Giant Flea Market on Saturday, June 14th, from 9AM to 4PM at Powers Park, 3rd Avenue and 111th Street, North Troy. Luncheon foods will be served. Proceeds will benefit the Missing Link AME Zion Church. Vendors wanted $20 per space. Food vendors please call Pastor Willie at 421-5222.
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Principal’s Honor Roll - GPA - 93 and above - 3rd Grade - Liliana Albarelli, Abigale Dunlavey, Joaquin Godoy, Tajae’ Johnson, Tanmayi Kapalli, Mia Lucey, Elizabeth Matthews, Mya T. Ni, Helena Rodriguez, Siara Rosenberger, Jillian Sargent, Angelica Slingerland, Hannah Sousa, Siena Stansfield, Ayla Stuto, Niyah Ventrice. 4th Grade - Aliza Adil, Alana Burden, Jamieson Caywood, Matthew Hall, Reagan Teator. 5th Grade - Emma Endres, Elaine Gillan, Vaida Hempstead, Taylor Hess, Zay Hlaing, Allie Johnsen, Devin Krause, Landon Mangione, Makayla Maxian, Amani Nixon, Olakunsi Peters, Emma RiehlRobinson, Vita Spence, Arieonna Thomas, Annabelle Tornquist, Francesca VanBergen, Arianna Vogel, Song Win. 6th Grade Sahil Adil, Rafa Alshami, Abigail Biancaniello, Eh Doh Kyi, Aiden Sanders, Jordan VanWie. Merit Honor Roll - GPA - 85-92.99 - 3rd Grade- Emily Camburn, Eric Carter, Felina DeThomasis, Alexandra Dunlavey, Connor Hanks, Zulet Htwe, Lal Rem John, Mark Kamauff, Hser K. La, Kyaw Lin, Karleigh Matthews, Nicholas Maxian, Char’Keyah McCormick, Eh Doh Moo, Adrianna Nickarz, Nicholas Pershyn, Hailey Rogers, Jessica Slingerland, Ryan Slingerland, Ariel Soler, Cheyenne Solomon, Najira Stratton, Madison Thomas, Miriam Zeigler. 4th Grade - Jasmine Allert, Costa Bachandouris, Gregg Barton, Hunter Breedon, Stephen Bruno, Colin Cukrovany, Courtney Dugan, Qua-Vaughn Eason, Jaylee Gier, Erin Gillan, Caleb Goodell, Chelsey Gregory, Jada Karlquist, Rileigh Kelty, Taylor Leonard, Bella Lieberman, Karashawn Melton, Zachary Metellus, Dominick Nemier, Orlarun Nixon, Myo S. Pine, Ednmy Rodriguez-Climen, Eisander Soe, Hsar Soe, Moo Soe, Johnathan Ulrich, Chelli Van Bergen. 5th Grade - Autumn Bulibek, Kassie Burgess, Evan Cicchinelli, Leigha Clancy, Caitlynn Cook, Giana Fordley, Alexionna Gibson, Alissa Girgenti, Connor Hanks, Aaron Hornberger, Nelson Htoo, Zwy Lay, Bionhka Martin, Zakaiyah Nobels, Aidan Ojeda, Zay Oo, Kailey Secor, Emily Swartout, Evan Weaver. 6th Grade - Megan Carter, Quentin Eriole, Annastasia Felt, Angel Garcia, Ba Soet Gay, Gianna Harwood, Zoey Hildebrandt, Yatanar Htain, Alexis Jensen, ReiAnna Johnson, Andrew Kretzschmar, Rachel Magram, Jordan Monroe, San Naing, Richard Oo, Hannah Schmick, Jordan Schmick, Allette Smith, Mariah Stanley. Most Improved - 3rd Grade - Eric Carter, Anaysha’ly Gibson Burrell, Kaiden Gibson-Perez, Zulet Htwe, Karleigh Matthews. 4th Grade - Anthony Farmer, Haliey Kindlon, Floyd O’Brien Jr., Michaela Villegas, Victoria Win. 5th Grade -Will Fiacco, Jo’Lon Griffin, Shaleena Hardy, Khin Kyaw, Nathan Schmick. 6th Grade - Iyaad Anderson, Hay Say, Mariah Stanley. Perfect Attendance - 3rd Grade - Abigale Dunlavey, Alexandra Dunlavey, Tanmayi Kapalli, Natalie Kurtz, Kyaw Lin, Helena Rodriguez, Ariel Soler, Laurel Storm, Kyiara Trower, Hser Yo. 4th Grade – Caleb Goodell, Ah’Mani Jones, Jada Karlquist, Myo Pine, Hsar Soe, Moo Soe, Kevin Taylor, Aung Thu, Michaela Villegas, Victor Win, Victoria Win. 5th Grade - Elaine Gillan, Taylor Hess, Jeremy Hover, Klay Klay, Amani Nixon, Jordon Richardson, Sean Shutter-Quinlivan, Elijah Trower, Alexandrea Vadney, Lin Wai. 6th Grade - Sahil Adil, Ohnya Graham, ReiAnna Johnson, Andrew Kretzschmar, San Naing, Hay Say, Mariah Stanley.
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Brunswick Elks #2556 presents the 1st Annual Summer Solstice Party on June 21st at the Elks on Route 2, Brunswick. Get Up Jack!!! Featuring former members of “Hair of the Dog”, come watch the band, already booked widely since starting their journey earlier this year. This event will feature the band, along with an excellent Chicken BBQ. Tickets to the concert are only $10 in advance/ $15 at the door. They will play from 4-7PM. Chicken BBQ tickets are $10 and WILL sell out. BBQ starts at 2 PM. Get yours reserved in advance. Also available will be summer foods, beverages, (beer/wine/soda), and family fun! Raffles, prizes, and 50/50. Something for everyone! Come help us kick off summer with an excellent band, good time, and profits which support Elks Charities! Sign up with Michele at 279-1344, option 1 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CALLED (EMPOWERED) BY GOD Sunday, June 15, 2014, is TRINITY SUNDAY and FATHER’S DAY. The Nassau Reformed Church will honor and praise our God in Three Persons and share our love and gratitude for our Dads with focus on Matthew’s Great Commission ( Matt 28: 1620). It is here where Jesus speaks to his disciples, with authority, and summons them (us) to make disciples of all nations. Further, he tells us to go out to baptize and teach in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and to be obedient to what he has taught us. In the sermon titled, “Called (Empowered) by God,” the Reverend Edward L. Van Kampen will proclaim God as a God of action in this world and for all nations; and that through Christ Jesus and the Holy Spirit, God remains in the world to baptize, teach, and save humankind which He created in His image. Worship at Nassau Reformed begins at 11 a.m. in the chapel located on the second level of its Church-School-Building, 43 Church Street, Nassau.
Q.U.I.L.T. MEETING Q.U.I.L.T. Inc. will meet on Friday, June 13, 2014, at the Delmar Reformed Church, 386 Delaware Ave, Delmar, NY. The general meeting starts at 9:45 AM; doors open at 9:15. There will be a General Meeting, Show and Share and Potluck Luncheon. Guild Challenge voting will be held, so please come early with your piece for hanging. Also, Fund Raising will be holding their annual Lucky Raffle! Free prizes! Over 50 outstanding raffle items! You choose the item you want to win! Potluck luncheon follows the meeting. Please bring item based on your last name (A-F) main dish, G-N salad, O-Z dessert). For information, call (3932284) or check our website (www.quiltinc.org).
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ELECTRICIAN Lammon Electric. Full lic. & ins. 25yrs exp., res./comm. Stand by Generac generator. 274-5100
EXCAVATION/ LOGGING Land clearing and stumping. Sm. jobs to big development. 3393369 FIREWOOD Cut, split & del. $180/cord. All hardwood. Rod’s Firewood 2654915 FIREWOOD Hardwood-- cut, split & del. $185 per cord. 658-0394
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BANKRUPTCY Christian H. Dribusch (518)7294331. 1001 Glaz St. E. Greenbush 12061. Free Consultationswww.chdlaw.net We are a Debt Relief Agency which helps people file for bankruptcy under the Bankruptcy Code
FLOORS Floating, hardwood, tile, refinishing. Ins. Free est. 3683716
CHIMNEY CLEANING Chimney cleaning & repairs, wood stoves installed. Insured, experienced. Don Bradley 6742444 CASH FOR JUNK CARS $200-$500. Free pick-up 3653368
GUTTERS Empire Seamless Gutters (518) 732-2761, 577-8311 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
CLEAN-OUTS Specializing in residential and commercial clean-ups, attics, bs’mts, garages, estates, insured. Simple Solutions - Mark 283-6527
HANDYMAN 30 years experience. Kitchens, baths, carpentry, plumbing, electrical, etc. 526-1604
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HANDYMAN HSR Contracting, LLC. Plumbing, tiling, carpentry, painting. Res/ apts. Insured /refs. 518-610-1975
CLEANOUTS Any size - wkly. garbage svce. Small demo - metal & appliance removal. Doing things you don’t want to do! Bill 256-5430. CONCRETE RESURFACING No mess, no tearouts, bonds to existing concrete. Garage flrs., foundations. Colors and patterns. 268-9764 DEBRIS REMOVAL Attics/ B’ment / Garage, Cons. cleanup. We take it all! 727-4068 DECK/ PORCH BUILDER Professional quality at a great price. Call (518)590-4279. upstateNYconstruction.com DECKS Pressure wash, clean and seal; or build new. Free est. 368-3716 DIVORCE Uncontested papers prepared $349(incl. poor person app) incl. gov. fees if poor person app. is appr. 274-0380 DRAIN CLEANING Full service drain cleaning & repairs, incl. camera/video inspections. Emergency service APS Sewer & Drain Cleaning 6740908 DRIVEWAY REPAIR Stone, gravel, grade. Install drainpipe, culverts. 755-1134 ELECTRICAL WORK Installations & repairs. Quality work, reas. rates. Steve 364-7231
HANDYMAN/ REPAIR 20 years experience. Carpentry, electrical, plumbing, etc. 766-9346 HOME CARE SERVICES Seniors, children, disabled, hospice experience, excellent references, Amy 518-533-3818 HORSEBACK RIDING LESSONS Communicate with a horse taught by a CHA instructor. Contact Laura 207-5367 HOUSE CLEANING Serving Capital District. 25 yrs. Excellent Refs. Jill 727-1342 HOUSECLEANING Free estimates, senior discount. No job too small. (518) 235-3294 HOUSECLEANING GLEAM TEAM. Res./Office. Over 37 yrs local exper. FULLYINSURED Gift certificates (518)477-7566 HOUSECLEANING Residential / reliable, trustworthy, exp. Call Terri 279-1404, lv. msg. HOUSECLEANING Residential/ Commercial Cleaning Call Nicole 410-0753. JD PAINTERS 15 yrs exp. Int/ ext Fully ins. Free est. Quality work guar. 929-6186 JOEYJUNK.COM Cleanouts, hauling, attics, b’ment garages. Get it done fast for less cash. Fully ins. 237-JUNK “5865 “
LAWN CARE Delair Lawn Care. Cleanups, mulch, stone driveways, new lawns, topsoil, seed, sod, etc., plantings, walls. Comm./Res. Fully ins. Free est. 466-3624 email@example.com
ROOFING A&J Roofing, shingles, slate, rubber. Fully insured. Free est. (518)283-9094
LAWN CARE Mowing, weeding, brush removal, mulching, shrub trimming, odd jobs & more. Fully ins. Call Bill 256-5430. “Doing things you don’t want to!”
ROTO-TILLING All types and sizes. Prompt. 8 HP Troy Bilt. Fred (518)935-0167
LAWN EXPERTS Mowing, weeding, seasonal cleanups and landscaping. 518729-6495 LAWN SERVICE Res./Comm. Schodack, Castleton, EG. Insured. 322-3296
ROOF All types, quality work, free est., fully insured. (518) 368-3716
ROTO-TILLING All your roto-tilling needs. I till you chill! 283-0197 ROTOTILLING No garden too big or small. Reas. rates for all. Mark (518) 275-6065 SEPTIC CLEANING Sand Lake Septic. Tanks cleaned, repair, new installation 674-3000
LAWNCARE Spring cleanup. Debris removal. Leckonby’s. Call 674-1111
SEPTIC SERVICE Tanks cleaned, group rates avail. Call a neighbor! Gene 674-5223
LAWNMOWER REPAIR Prompt, guaranteed repairs on most brands incl. Sears. Pkup/del. Mike Horowitz 477-8378
SEWING MACHINE REPAIR Household/industrial, all makes, tune-ups,parts, supplies 674-8491
LINER CHANGE SPECIALS Repairs, safety covers, openings, concrete work. 2689764 MASONRY All phases, new and old. Fully insured. Call Shawn 577-0962 ODD JOBS Mowing, shopping, cleaning, Dr. appts. etc. Rebecca 428-7778 PAINT 1 room or all. Int./ Ext. Insured. Free est. 368-3716 PAINTING - AFFORDABLE Int./Ext. Best rates. Exp., fully ins. Free est. 590-6375 PAINTING - INT./EXT. AA Season’s Best Painting & Contracting Svc. 20 yrs. exp. Member of BBB. Ins. & refs. Major credit cards accepted. 424-0078 PAINTING BCT Painting. Smaller jobs specialty, senior & veterans discount. Over 25 yrs exp. John 235-3294 PLUMBING & HEATING Repair, installs, service, licensed experienced, insured. Cert., 24 hr. service 518 283-2331
SIDING Windows, doors, repairs, 25 yrs, deal direct. Insured., references. 258-3020 or 732-4557 STONE & DIRT DRIVEWAYS Repairs, Excavation, Ditching, Drainage. Stone & Gravel & Topsoil deliveries. Free est. insured. 258-4092/712-5332 TOP SOIL, STONE, MULCH Free del. Installation avail. Wide variety of products. 339-3369 TREE SERVICE Brush, tree, shrub removal & trimming. Also small building demolition. Insured and experienced. Don Bradley Jr. (518) 674-2444 TREE SERVICE DJ Tree Service, 23 yrs. exp. Free est. Stump removal, ins. 427-1590 TREE SERVICE Allmark tree and crane service. Tree pruning and removal 127 ft. crane service. Fully ins. 25+ yrs. 674-5677. Cert. aborist on staff.
La Fédération Franco-Américaine du New York invites everyone to join us in honoring the heritage and contributions to New York of hundreds of thousands of Frenchspeaking Canadian immigrants. On Monday, June 16, at 10 am, Mayor George Primeau of Cohoes will host a public ceremony to proclaim June 24 as Franco-American Day (event location: Cohoes City Hall, 97 Mohawk Street). The Quebec flag will be flown alongside the U.S. flag in Cohoes on June 24, which is a public holiday in Québec. In addition, on Sunday, June 22, at 3 pm, we will be celebrating the feast day of Saint-Jean-Baptiste with a mass in French at St. Mary of the Assumption Church, 119 Broad Street, Waterford, followed by a reception (free of charge). All are welcome!
PLANT, BOOK and TAG SALE The Grafton Community Library, located at 2455 NY Route 2, will be the site of a multi-sale event on Saturday, June 14. Doors open at 8 a.m. for the Plant and Book Sale, which will run until 1 p.m. Tag Sale benefiting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation will be open until 3 p.m. Proceeds from the plant sale benefit the Lillis Bunce Memorial Award for Grafton high school seniors. The library will gladly welcome donations of labeled plants during the week of June 9. Plants may be dropped off at the rear of the library. Call 658-3422 with any questions about plant donations. Book sale will be in the basement. There are still VHS tapes available free. Stop by the library to pick up some fresh reading materials, plants to enhance your garden, and some bargain treasures. You never know what you will find! Visit the Grafton Community Library on Facebook or www.graftoncommunitylibrary.org for more news about programs and events, or call 279-0580.
TREE SERVICE Scheffler’s Tree Service. Removal, pruning, trimming. Insured, free estimates. Bill 4799749
Plumbing- Wells Electrical Pipes, wires, pumps my forte. 25+ exper. 24/7 response 674-8480
TREE, SHRUB, STUMP SVR Bucket, crane, chopper, stump removal, small jobs to mega. 3393369
PRESSURE WASH Houses, decks, etc. Fully ins. Kingsway Contracting 488-4294
WELL PUMP SERVICE Residential/commercial, service & repairs (518) 283-2331
PRESSURE WASHING / DECKS Keep your home and your deck clean. Town or country. Free est. Local cell 618-8051.
WINDOW CLEANING Ken’s Window Cleaning. Fully insured, commercial/ residential 40 year family exp. 766-4975
Rainbow Vacuum Cleaners Authorized service. New & used units, free pickup. Call for holiday specials 1- 877-265-8367 Toll free
ZUMBA CLASS Join “Double Trouble” Aimee and Nicole for some exercize in disquise! For all levels. Tues. Troy Elks Club- Rt. 4, near HVCC. 6:30 pm. $6 . 929-6836 or 857-4456
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ROOFING Specializing in architectural, 3 tab, metal, cedar shakes & repairs. Free est. A+ BBB. Call 378-6298. ROOFING & SIDING Jim Kelly Roofing & Siding, slate, shingles, metal. Over 25 yrs. exp. Free estimates. 892-5798
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NAMI RENSSELAER PRESENTS “VOICES” BY JANE HARTENSTEIN “In 1100AD a monk named Henri hears voices telling him he is Saint Martin of Tours. Today we would recognize it as an illness called schizophrenia. Knowing his behavior will be a Costly embarrassment to church and King, a unique solution is found. Thus begins a journey through the inland waterways on a ship of fools at the dawn of medicine and psychiatry.” This is a blurb about the book “Voices” written by Jane Hartenstein. Jane has worked with people who hear voices and their families for over thirty years. She often wondered what life would have been like for them in other times, perhaps the time of the Crusades, 1100AD. Voices is the result of extensive historical research and a lifetime of experience. NAMI Rensselaer County is excited to announce that Jane Hartenstein will be speaking at the SUNYA School of Public Health, 1 University Place, Rensselaer, on Thursday, June 26th, at 6:30pm. This presentation is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 588-6949 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
RENSSELAER PUBLIC LIBRARY KICKS OFF SUMMER Science Fair: On Saturday, June 21, from 11-2, Rensselaer Public Library is kicking off the summer with a Science Fair! This open house includes live science demos for kids and teens, science displays, food, balloon twisting, music from students of V.R. Elementary School, and a special reader’s kit for all children who pledge to read 15 minutes a day this summer. Fizz, Boom, Read at Rensselaer Public Library! This summer we have free weekly programs for preschoolers, kids and teens, and every Saturday we will have a special program. Our weekly events do not require sign-up, but our Saturday programs do. Our Saturday programs include a magic show, robotics demonstration, “alien autopsy”, and live science shows about chemistry, magnetism and ice cream. Fizz, Boom, Read will run from June 21 to August 16th. Craft Time (ages 5-12)- Tuesdays at 2 Teen Time- Thursdays 4-6 Preschool Story-time- Fridays at 11 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.rensselaerlibrary.org for more information.
SUNY POTSDAM NAMES AREA STUDENTS TO DEAN’S LIST The State University of New York at Potsdam recently named 355 students who excelled academically in the Spring 2014 semester to the SUNY Potsdam Dean’s List. The students included: Sarah Becker of Troy, NY, whose major is Music Education. Angelina Doherty of East Nassau, NY, whose major is Visual Arts. Meghan Driscoll of Troy, NY, whose major is Mathematics. Kaila Harrienger of East Greenbush, NY, whose major is Music Business. Cory Moon of Schaghticoke, NY, whose major is Music Education. Jack Moulton of Castleton On Hudson, NY, whose major is Politics. Jeffrey Wager of East Greenbush, NY, who’s major, is Business Administration (Bachelor of Science). To achieve the honor of being on the Dean’s List, each student must have satisfactorily completed 12 numericallygraded semester hours, with a grade point average of between 3.25 and 3.49 in the given semester.
Adopt A Pet... LOCAL STUDENTS GRADUATE FROM CLARKSON UNIVERSITY The following students graduated from Clarkson University on May 10, 2014: Alexander R. Kelly of East Greenbush, N.Y., received a Bachelor of Science degree with great distinction in mechanical engineering, mathematics minor and a bachelor of science with great distinction in computer science. Alexander Jeffery Whitaker of Schaghticoke, N.Y., received a Bachelor of Science degree in aeronautical engineering. Nicholas J. Mamone of Troy, N.Y., received a Bachelor of Science degree in aeronautical engineering, mechanical engineering. Ryan M. Custer of Mechanicville, N.Y., received a Bachelor of Science degree with great distinction in electrical engineering, mathematics minor, business minor. Alexander P. Cooley of Poestenkill, N.Y., received a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering and management. Taylor Finnen McGowan of Troy, N.Y., received a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering and management. Cody M. Sargood of Valley Falls, N.Y., received a bachelor of science degree in environmental engineering, sustainable solutions minor .Kyle Matthew Monahan of Troy, N.Y., received a master of science degree in environmental science and engineering. Dylan Ronald Stufflebeam of Poestenkill, N.Y., received a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering, aeronautical engineering. Maegan Rae Lipinski of Johnsonville, N.Y., received a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering minor. Alyssa Nicole Moore of Mechanicville, N.Y., received a master of science degree in physician assistant studies. Sierra E. Noles of Averill Park, N.Y., received a doctor of physical therapy degree.
QUILTS FOR KIDS The next Quilts for Kids sewing and cutting bee will be held September 13, 2014. You can still contact Karen Casey at email@example.com or 518-766-3776 for any kits you may need or drop off. Thank you for your continued support. If you have any stash (100% cotton or cotton flannel) you would like to donate, please bring it with you, or contact me to pick it up. ~ Karen Casey, Quilts for Kids Albany, NY Chapter
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Pets of the Week Abe Australian Shepherd/Retriever Mix, 1-1/2 Year Old Male, Tan/Black
Arnold Terrier, Pit Bull Mix 2 Year Old Female, Brindle/White Hey everybody, my name is Arnold! I’m the most fun and energetic guy around this place right now! If you’re looking for a new best friend to follow you everywhere, snuggle, play, eat all your food crumbs, and maybe even go camping this summer, then I think we have made a match! I can do ALL of those things! I’m a happy, social dude that is easy to please. I make friends left and right, and can show off a few tricks too. Come on down and take me home today!
Fantasia Domestic Short Hair Mix, 4 Year Old Female, Brown/Black Fantasia is a perky little girl who was found fending for herself in a big city park. She purrs constantly and loves to follow you around looking for your lap so she can cuddle. She seems very interested in other cats and may do well with your current feline crew. Looking for a loving and affectionate friend?
Molly Domestic Short Hair Mix, 10 Year Old Female, Grey/White
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ARE YOU CARING FOR SOMEONE AGE 60 OR OLDER? You’re invited to attend a discussion about Elder Caregiving Catholic Charities Caregivers Support Services on the 3rd Wednesday of the month from 12:00-1:00 pm, St. John’sSt. Joseph’s Parish House (Co-facilitated with Parish Nurse), 50 Herrick Street, Rensselaer, NY 12144 and 4th Wednesday of the month, 6:00 – 7:15 pm, East Greenbush Community Library, 10 Community Way, East Greenbush, NY 12061. To RSVP - Call Eldercare Respite Coordinator 346-1852 ext. 1 or 6. Refreshments always provided. This program is provided by Catholic Charities Caregivers Support Services and is sponsored by the Albany County Department for Aging, Rensselaer County Unified Family Services, The New York State Office for Aging, and The Administration on Aging.
It’s the final countdown for members of the Tech Valley High School® Class of 2014. Graduation for the seniors will take place June 21st, starting at 2 p.m. at the University at Albany main campus in Albany. Below is a list of local graduation candidates and their home districts: Josey Bartholomew, New Lebanon; Elizabeth Cass, Berlin; Alexander Cooper, Wynantskill; Layla Faulkner, Berlin; Casey Gordon, Averill Park; Totia Harris, Troy; Nigel Krumdieck, Averill Park; Stefan Pedersen, Averill Park; Benjamin Rice, Averill Park; Mackenzie Stone, New Lebanon; Cullen Utermark, Schodack; Luke Van De Wal, Averill Park; Gabriel Vince, Hoosick Falls.
SCHODACK ISLAND FALL FESTIVAL SAVE THE DATE Schodack Island State Park announces its annual Fall Festival which will be held on Saturday, October 4th, 2014. Mark your calendars whether you are attending or you are a vendor. For more information, contact the Schodack Island State Park Office at (518) 732-0187 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about New York State Parks, please visit us at our website at www.nysparks.com, Schodack Island and also click on face book.
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ATTENTION BINGO LOVERS Bingo lovers 60 years old and older: The Rensselaer County, Senior Center located at East and Herrick Street in the City of Rensselaer will start hosting BINGO every Tuesday. Join us for a delicious, nutritious hot hunch at 12:00noon and stay for a great afternoon of BINGO. Please call 463-2166 for lunch reservations, or any information. There is plenty of free parking.
729-2263 • 56 Old Miller Rd, East Greenbush DEFENSIVE DRIVING CLASS On Saturday, June 21st, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. there will be a New York State approved Defensive Driving Class to Benefit the Boys and 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 Boys and Girls Club of Southern Rensselaer County, 544 Broadway, Rensselaer, New York, 12144. Fee is only $39. Bring a friend, $34. each. Registration is required and can be made by calling the Club at (518)4653403, or Raymond Frankowski at 283-3788. Class size is limited. Additional informaition available by calling Ray Frankowski.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH of EAST POESTENKILL CELEBRATING 200th YEAR
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First Baptist Church of East Poestenkill to celebrate its 200th year. Reserve Saturday, August 2nd, for our celebration service at 11:00 AM followed by a free picnic. There will be free face painting and games for children. This week’s question: What is the name of the 6 acre park donated in 1994? Email your answer to email@example.com Information about the church’s history may be found on our web site; www.epbaptist.com. Take our 20 question web site quiz about the church and get your name in our church quiz honor roll. If you have any memories or pictures relating to the church, please send them to 12 Legenbauer Road, Averill Park, NY 12018 or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org We are looking for anyone who has had any connection with the church. The church is located at 12 Legenbauer Road, just off Plank Road in East Poestenkill. For questions and directions, call Valerie or Pastor Waugh at 283- 5186.
Hoosic River Paddle, Saturday, June 21 • 9:00 a.m. Kayak or canoe, eight miles on the Hoosic River. We’ll put in at the NYS DEC public boat launch on RLT’s Hoosic River property in Eagle Bridge and take out downstream just before the Johnsonville Dam. Charge $5, RLT members free. Pre-register with Paul Schroeder, (518) 674-2480, email@example.com Stream Animals of Rensselaer County: Workshop and Volunteer Opportunity, Saturday, June 21 • 9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. Find out what lives in our local streams and assist a science research project on stream quality at the same time. Volunteers are needed to help sample the aquatic insects that indicate the degree of human impact on a stream. In this workshop, we will train you to sample streams in Rensselaer County as part of the research project. No charge. Register with Nick Conrad firstname.lastname@example.org, (518) 279-1963.
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Pet Adoption of the Week SWEETHEART (SWEETIE) - Great spayed female, approx. 10 - 12 mths old, current with vaccines, heartworm negative and worm/flea free. She is a hound mix and has been vetted locally and deemed very healthy & in excellent condition. She is very playful and active and loves the company of other dogs. Sweetheart is very socialable and loves to be in the company with just about anyone (2 or 4 legged). She is crate trained and trustworthy in her crate while workers are at work. If you would like to meet her to possibly adopt her, Contact: Marge at email@example.com or call Sherry @ 393-0755
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TRI-CITY VALLEY CATS TO PRESENT PROGRAM at NG LIBRARY
Yankee Doodle Taxi RYAN MICHAEL PATTON June 7, 1984-Nov. 20, 2012 Happy 30th to our loving son, brother, and uncle. We carry you in our hearts every day and we will continue to celebrate the day you came to us. Love Mom, Dad, Eric, & Kaiden.
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The North Greenbush Public Library is delighted to welcome the TriCity Valley Cats to help us kickoff our 2014 Summer Reading Program “Fizz, Boom, Read!” Bring the kids to the library on Tuesday, June 24th, at 11:00am to meet several members of our hometown team and Southpaw. The players will read some wonderful children’s stories and answer questions from the audience. The library is located in the North Greenbush Municipal Building on Main Avenue in Wynantskill. Please call the library for more information, 283-0303.
CAN YOU HELP A CHILD THIS SUMMER? This year, even more so than last year, there are so many working families, especially single parent households, in need of financial help for essential childcare in order to maintain their employment and ensure their children are safe this summer. Most of them were previously eligible for some aid from Social Services, but, though they remain in the low income range set by Federal guidelines, their assistance has been eliminated and they have nowhere to turn. Many will have to quit their jobs and/or leave their children in the care of young siblings or in “undesirable” situations- like 10-12 year olds on their own. Hope 7 has always decreased fees, and sometimes charged nothing, but this year the need is still far greater than we can handle on our own. We are hopeful of receiving some help again from “The Times Union Hope Fund”, but we can only stretch that funding just so far. Boundaries do exist as when free or reduced rate enrollment increases so does the need for additional counselors, supplies, etc. Plus, we have the constant major expense of a $9-10,000 bus bill as we are the only camp that travels everyday to park venues, so the children can be outside enjoying summer’s great offerings rather than being cooped up inside with tvs and video games. Your help would be greatly appreciated. Our fee of $165 per week is less expensive than comparable programs and includes free lunch and snack for 5 days a week, 10.5 hours per day, for the entire summer. It would help us to know by June 15th if you would like to help and what we will have to work with in order to let families know if we can help them or not before school is out and do the additional hiring and planning. Any donation amounts will be gratefully accepted-every dollar helps a child! ~ Phyllis Sandow, Staff, and Those We Serve Hope 7 Community Center, 596 Pawling Avenue, Troy, NY 12180. firstname.lastname@example.org, www.hopeseven.com - (518) 272-8029
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244 Broadway, Rensselaer • fax 518 465-4171 CHURCH of the COVENANT WELCOMES THE COMMUNITY to WORSHIP! • Sunday, June 15th, Trinity Sunday, Fathers’ Day, Celebrating Tools of Hope - 8:30 a.m. Communion and Worship; 10:30 a.m. Worship in the sanctuary with choir and organ. Professional child care provided. Matthew 28: 16 - 20 and 2 Corinthians 13: 11- 13 “Remember, I am with you always.” 11:30 Fellowship hour in the social hall. • Men’s Communion Breakfast - Sat., June 21st, at 7:30 a.m. For reservations, call Ralph LaMontagna at 674-1563. • We will change to summer hours in July; one service at 9:30 a.m. No Sunday School classes until September. Church Office hours are 8:30 am - 2:00 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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DAR BRONZE ROTC MEDAL AWARDED TO GREENWOOD Cadet Lieutenant Colonel William Greenwood and Regent Beth Roy, of the Van Rensselaer Chapter, NSDAR The Van Rensselaer Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution recently had the honor of awarding the Bronze ROTC Medal to Cadet Lieutenant Colonel William Greenwood of Watervliet at LaSalle Institute in Troy on May 13th, 2014. The Bronze medal is given to a senior member who has demonstrated patriotism, has earned a record of military and scholastic achievement; and shows qualities of leadership ability, dependability, and good character. For more information regarding Troy’s Van Rensselaer Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, feel free to contact Regent Beth Roy at 237-4733. If anyone is interested and you are eligible to become a member of the DAR, we would love to see you at our meetings. We meet the 2nd Saturday of every month at 10:30 at Trinity Episcopal Church, located at 585 4th Ave., North Troy.
MICHAEL W. DOYLE ON DEAN’S LIST Mark W. Cronin, Interim Dean of the College, announced that Michael W. Doyle, a Psychology major, was named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2014 semester at Saint Anselm College, Manchester, NH. Doyle, a resident of Troy, is a member of the class of 2015. To be eligible for this honor, a student must compile a grade point average of 3.0 or better.