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Craft Vendors Wanted HALFMOON - American Legion Auxiliary1450 is gearing up for their Annual Craft Fair to be held on Saturday October 13th. We are now accepting applications for craft vendors to display their handiwork at this very popular event which will be held at the American Legion on Grooms Road in Halfmoon. Applications are now available at the Legion Hall on Grooms Road or you can go to our web site Alany1450.org for an application and more information on reserving your space. If you wish you may call or text Sheila at 518-937-0277, leave a message with your name and phone number and she will get back to you.
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Malta water debate on tap Public or private supply is question for Maltaville ByLINE: WENDY LIBERATORE
MALTA - The town's plan to bring water to the hamlet of Maltaville, something its residents have sought for years, is once again up for debate. Town Councilman Craig Warner, the chair of the town's Water and Sewer Committee, said he was heading for a referendum on a $1.5 million plan with the Saratoga County Water Authority and the town of Stillwater. But before that could happen, the private
water supplier, Saratoga Water Services, interrupted the plan with a one of its own. Its executive vice president, Marissa Mackay, said that she has a plan for Maltaville residents, who have suffered with foul-smelling and brown water, and wells that easily run dry. And it's one, she said, that will cost 40 percent less than the water authority proposal because she will bring Saratoga County Prosperity Partnership in to fund the deal. The two plans will be up for debate in a public workshop on Monday, Sept. 17, at Malta Town Hall. The workshop is tentatively set for 5 p.m. Mackay said she can service the roughly 82
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Professor brings Half Moon to life in book In Dutch, details of replica’s obscure fate is uncovered ByLINE: TIM BLYDENBURGH
COHOES - The fate of the replica of the Half Moon that took part in the 1909 festivities celebrating Henry Hudson’s voyage was a topic intriguing enough to cross the Atlantic and back again. That was in the form of Peter Mulder, a University of Leiden professor --- of science, actually -- who came upon a book’s historic photo caption that he just knew was wrong. It raised his eyebrows about a tiny wooden ship being loaded on a bigger vessel in the Netherlands more than 100 years ago for shipment to New York. It was a spark that turned into an intellectual challenge, and then a book: “De Halve Maen: Een Jacht van Lust tot Last.” (From joy to burden).
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Farm Fest Kick Off September 15 at 9 am - Kick-off Clifton Park’s Annual Farm Fest at the Library with a free continental breakfast of cider donuts, apples, juice, and coffee (while supplies last; generously sponsored by the Friends of the Library). Local performer and educator Diane Payette will entertain with farmthemed songs and stories in the “music barn.” Visit with the town’s emergency service vehicles in our parking lot. All ages welcome; no registration needed.
National Play-Doh Day September 16 at 1 pm - Let your imagination
run wild as you squish, roll, shape, and squeeze Play-Doh into your work of art. Drop-in program for families with children ages three and up.
Preschool Story Time Registration Monday, September 17 beginning at 10 am Online registration for the following programs begin: Parent/Child Library Time; Bouncing Babies; and Wonderful Walkers. This story time session begins September 24 and runs through November 12. Please visit www. cphlibrary.org or call 518371-8622 for more information.
Library Board of Trustees Meeting September 17 at 7:15 pm - A meeting of the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library Board of Trustees will be held on Monday, September 17 at 7:15 pm at the Library. The public is
welcome to attend. Please call the Library at 518-3718622 for more information.
Coloring & Conversation September 18 at 7 pm - Join us for an adults only coloring night and give yourself a chance to unplug and relax in a creative way. No artistic ability needed!
Pirate Day Preschool Movies September 19, 10:15 am-12:15 pm - Families with children ages 3 & up are welcome to stop in for this celebration of scallywags! Watch and learn from Elmo, Clifford, and more as they tell pirate tales that are sure to make you laugh. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
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LIBRARY EVENTS - Join us for a DIY afternoon. This month we’ll be making recycled paper bowls. Please register online, in-person, or by calling the Library at 518371-8622.
COHOES Visit “The Crossing Places” at the Mystery Book Club COHOES - Dr. Ruth Galloway is a forensic archeologist who is comfortable with her job and her two cats. Then, DCI Nelson calls upon her to help identify the bones of a missing child. Then, her world turns around. Elly Griffiths brings Dr. Ruth to life and transports you to a world of ritual sacrifice and more. Join the Mystery Book Club at the Cohoes Public Library on September 19 at 10:30 am to share your impressions of Ruth. More info ar www.CohoesPublicLibrary.org under Book
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Tuesdays at 11:30am Story Time & Craft – Join us for singing, stories, and art! Siblings welcome! Saturday, September 22nd at 1pm – Parent/ Child Activity: Simple Science. Presented by The Capital District Child Care Council. Give us a call to register!
COHOES - The Mastodon is a beloved symbol in Cohoes. Many people look at this shaggy, elephantine animal and wonder how he came to call Cohoes his home. On Wednesday, September 26 at 6:30 pm, learn about this remarkable animal - about the Ice Age in which he lived, about the discovery of his bones, and so much more - as Dr. Robert Feranec, Curator of Pleistocene Paleontology and Curator of Mammalogy at the NYS Museum shares his extensive knowledge about this incredible find. As always, the talk is free and open to the public. For more information, contact the Library at 518-2352570.
Teen Programs: Stop in anytime! All supplies provided. Monday, September 17th at 6:30pm – Teen Advisory Group Meet –
New members welcome! Monday, September 24th at 6:30pm – Teen Game Night - Unplugged
Adult Programs: Please Register! Thursdays at 9am – Chair Yoga in our Reading Room (Eastern wing) $5 fee. Wednesday, September 19th & 26th- 6:30pm – 9:30pm: Small Business Seminar. Two – Part Series Startup info, financing, tax law & protecting your investment. Registration Required.
Tuesday, September 25th, 11am – 5pm – Voter Registration Drive – Presented By The League Of Women Voters Wednesday, September 26th at 6:30pm – UFO Presentation with Electronic Technician and Author Tom Conwell.
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Chabad offers free services for the Jewish High Holidays CLIFTON PARK/ SARATOGA SPRINGS Chabad Offers Services Geared for Jews of All Backgrounds. All are welcome to attend Yom Kippur Services at Clifton Park Chabad, 495 Moe Rd, 6:45 pm on Tuesday, Sept. 18, 10:00 am on Wednesday, September 19, with a break-fast
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at 7:40 pm. “According to Jewish tradition, on the Jewish New Year, the doors of Heaven are open. G-d accepts prayers from everyone,” said Rabbi Yossi Rubin, “The least we can do is open our doors as well to all.” For more information contact Rabbi Yossi Rubin at 518-495-0772 or info@cliftonparkchabad. com
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Southern Saratoga Art Society Annual Art Show CLIFTON PARK SSAS will hold it’s annual art show, Autumn Jewels, from October 1 to November 1, 2018 at the Clifton Park Senior Community Center. The show is open to the public
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on Tuesday, September 18, 2018 from 1:00 – 2:30 pm, in the Main Church located at 2001 Route 9, Round Lake, New York. Another session will also be offered from 6:00 pm-7:30 pm on the same dates for those who are unable to meet during the day. These groups will offer emotional and spiritual support for anyone who has suffered the loss of a loved one through death. The sessions will continue every other week with the final session being held in December. We hope these meetings will help to support the bereaved as they journey through the Christmas season. If you are interested in taking part in this group, please contact either Sharon (518-441-5138, email- jcrsar1949@gmail. com ) or Meg (518-3836649, email- mnbm37@ gmail.com ) to secure your spot in the group. If you have any questions, please contact one of us and we will be happy to assist!
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Burgoyne’s Bridge 5K Fun Run at Hudson Crossing Park SCHUYLERVILLE Runners, walkers, and joggers are invited to participate in the Burgoyne’s Bridge 5K Fun Run on Sunday, October 7, 2018. The event will begin at 10a.m. at Hudson Crossing Park, located just north of Schuylerville and will be primarily on trails. A great activity for all ages and levels, registrants will be randomly assigned to the “British Red Coats” or the “Blue American Forces” in recognition of the area’s historical importance in the Revolutionary War. Local products will be offered as prizes for unique award categories. Young and old are encouraged to participate together. Cost is $20/person through September 19 ($25 after September 19) or $60 for families registering three or more participants. There is no day of registration. For more information
on this event, please go to www.hudsoncrossingpark. org, call (518) 350-PARK (7275), or email kmorse@ hudsoncrossingpark.org. After the race, everyone is encouraged to enjoy the many activities taking place during the Schuylerville Small Business Association’s Fall Festival, which runs from noon to 4p.m. in the Village of Schuylerville.
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CAPITAL DISTRICT/ LATHAM - If you are looking for something new and exciting to do in your life, try square dancing! We are having 2 free nights of instruction on Tuesday, September 18th and Tuesday, September 25th, 2018. Come both nights and see that it is great exercise and provides a venue for meeting new people and forming lasting friendships. All ages are welcome with or without a partner. Join us at the Newtonville United Methodist Church, 568 Loudon Rd, Latham, at the corner of Maxwell Rd and Route 9 (just north of Siena College) from 7:00 PM
CLIFTON PARK - Professor Holly Ahern, Assoc. Professor of Microbiology, SUNY Adirondack, will present “What You NEED to Know About Lyme and Tick-borne Diseases” on September 18, 2018, at the Christ Community Reformed Church, 1010 Rt. 146, Clifton Park, NY at 7:00pm. The presentation will draw from peer-reviewed, published research to explain the complex nature of the pathogens that are carried by ticks, strategies to avoid tick bites, the problems with diagnostic tests,
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AROUND YOUR CO Waterford Historical Museum and Cultural Center end of Summer/ Fall 2018 events WATERFORD - The Waterford Historical Museum and Cultural Center will continue to present “Water & War: Waterford’s Routes And Canals Through Conflict” until October 28th. This exhibit explores the military history of the area, with a special focus on marking the centennial of the end of World War I and the centennial of the opening of the Barge Canal. We also have some fun events planned for the end of the summer and beginning of fall for this year: • Golf Tournament & Clambake. Sept. 17th Starts 2pm. Van Schaick Island Country Club. RSVP Required—Limit 36 golfers. $75 golf/clambake. $35 clambake only • Cemetery At Night Historic Tour. Oct. 20 6:30pm-9p. Required RSVP. Waterford Rural Cemetery. $5 per person / $15 per family • Ghost Hunt. Oct. 20 9pm—11pm. Required RSVP—Limit 20 people. Waterford Rural Cemetery. $20 per person . Waterford Historical Museum & Cultural Center, 2 Museum Lane, Waterford 518-238-0809. www.waterfordmuseum. com
September Events at the CohoesWaterford Elks COHOES - 45 No. Mohawk St., Cohoes. September 13th-15th - Fall Festival. Games, Food, Carnival Rides, Games of Chance, Raffles. Live entertainment on Friday by Jade Band and Saturday by Hands of Time,
from 7-10PM. Join us for this Family Fun Event! September 26th – Stars for Troops on the last Wednesday of every month. Join this patriotic group of volunteers who take old, tattered and faded US Flags that are retired from service and pass the legacy of embroidered Starts to those that defended them. Show support to those that have Served and those that are Serving – our Military, our Veterans and our First Responders. Open to anyone interested in assembling Stars packets starting at 5 PM. September 27th Chicken BBQ with all the Fix-Ins (Corn on the Cobb, Potato, Bread, Baked Beans). Eat-In or TakeOut call 235-3222. $10 from 3-7 PM. Mark Your Calendar for The Annual Basket Party November 18th.
51st Season continues at The Lake Theatre Professional Dinner Theater -- in Residence at the Lake George Holiday Inn Resort LAKE GEORGE - “THE LONG WEEKEND” - September 14 thru October 13th. Lake Theatre Productions is excited to announce the opening of the second show of our 2018 dinner theater season in Lake George, NY on September 14th. Featuring seasoned, professional Equity actors, “THE LONG WEEKEND”, by Norm Foster (Canada’s ‘Neil Simon”!) is an hilarious comedy about four socalled ‘best friends’ who slowly discover how they really feel about each other. Critics have hailed it as “non-stop mischievous fun, filled with scrumptious plot twists.” Tues-Wed-Thurs Matinees: 11:30a Luncheon
Seating, 1p Curtain. Fri-Sat Evening Shows: 6:30p Dinner Seating, 8p Curtain. Choice of 4 Entrees. (Show-Only Tickets are available.) Tickets may be purchased directly online: LakeTheatreProductions. com - For Information & Box Office, call 518-6685762 x411. Lake Theatre Productions, Inc. is 501(c) (3) non-profit organization.
Capital District Bridge Association Sectional Bridge Tournament CAPITAL DISTRICT The Capital District Bridge Association will sponsor their Sectional Bridge Tournament Friday, September 14 thru Sunday September 16. All games will be held at the Shenendehowa Adult Community Center located at 6 Clifton Common Court, Clifton Park, New York. Friday’s session will start with an open pair game and a 0-750 game at 1:00 PM and then again at 6:30 PM. Saturday’s session include the open pair game and a 0-750 game at 10am and again at 3pm, two one-session games. Sunday’s 2-session 42 board play-thru Swiss Teams starts at 11AM. All duplicate bridge players are welcome. It is not necessary to be affiliated with any bridge group. For partners, please contact Bernie Neuhart at (518) 372-3936. For more information please call Terry Bentley at 518 6682248.
Genealogy and Local History SCHUYLERVILLE - Heritage Hunters of Saratoga County will meet on Saturday, September 15th, at 1 pm at the Town of Saratoga Town Hall, corner of Rt. 4 and Rt. 29 in
Schuylerville. Kim McCartney, Town of Milton historian, and Jim Richmond coordinator of the Ballston Area History Roundtable, will be the speakers. They will talk about their new book Milton, New York: A New Town in a New Nation. The book focuses on the authentic history of the town of Milton from a genealogical perspective. It traces the ancestry of early settlers and seeks out local connections to the larger story of the growth of the “new nation.” Public is welcome. For information call 518-587-2978.
Friends of the Waterford Public Library Meeting WATERFORD - The Friends of the Waterford Public Library will meet to vote for officers, discuss and plan 2018-2019 events and fundraising activities on Saturday, September 15, 2018 at 10:30 AM in the Community Room at Van Schoonhoven Square, Waterford, NY. Members of the community interested in participating and joining the Friends are invited to attend. The Friends of the Waterford Public Library work with the Library Director and Library trustees to support and advance the services and goals of the Library.
Cohoes Knights of Columbus Breakfast Buffet COHOES - The Cohoes Knights of Columbus will have their All you can eat Breakfast Buffet. Sunday September 16th at 255 Remsom St., Cohoes from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM .We have an omelet station and hash, eggs, pancakes, french toast, bacon, toast and juice Adults are $8.00 and children under five are free.
OMMUNITY Sewing Guild Clifton Park monthly announcement CLIFTON PARK - Sept. has arrived and we are preparing for another year. We have been a chapter for 20 years so we are celebrating. Sat. Sept 15th the community sew will be held at K-C’s on 67 Davidson Dr. Saratoga Springs. They are allowing us to use their wonderful upstairs facility, a lift is available to help us get our sewing machines upstairs. We would love to have you join us so you can find out what we are all about. Lots of learning and fun will be in store. Many other events are in the works - in Oct. there will be a fabric sale. Watch for further information. The majority of our projects are donated to charity. American Sewing Guild can be obtained by e-mailing kathylamannafriedman@gmail.
Bacon Hill Reformed Church Chicken BBQ SCHUYLERVILLE - Bacon Hill Reformed Church will have a Chicken BBQ Saturday September 15 servings are at 4:15 and 5:30 P.M. Price is adults $12.00 children 12 & under $6.00 Takeouts available. For reservations call Jennifer Thomas (518) 6956116Menu: ½ chicken, baked potato, bake beans, col slaw, rolls, homemade pies, and beverage. Church is handicap accessible.
Mont Pleasant High School Class of 1968 50th Reunion CAPITAL DISTRICT - A 50th class reunion is scheduled for the weekend of October 12-13, 2018 for the Mont Pleasant High class of 1968. There will be a tour of the former Mont Pleasant High School on Friday, October 12, 2018
at 4:30pm followed by an informal gathering at Mad Jack Brewing at the Van Dyke, 237 Union Street at 5:30pm and a buffet dinner and dancing on Saturday, October 13, 2018 at Mallozzi’s Banquet and Ballrooms, 1930 Curry Road from 6:00-10:00pm. Please contact Patty Montone at (518) 377-5995 for any questions and to get a reservation form. The reservation deadline is September 15, 2018.
safeTALK Suicide Alertness Training WATERFORD - Most people with thoughts of suicide invite help to stay safe. Alert helpers learn how to support that desire to stay safe by moving beyond common tendencies to miss, dismiss and avoid suicide, identifying people with thoughts of suicide, and applying the safeTALK steps to connect people with suicidal thoughts to suicide intervention caregivers. Living Hope United Methodist Church, 126 Middletown Rd, Waterford, NY, 12188, Saturday, September 15, 2018, 9am-noon. Must be 15 years or older to attend. Pre-registration required, free. To register, call or text 518-222-8650 or email safetalk776@ gmail.com OASAS CEU’s available.
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1777 Civilian Weekend at Saratoga National Historical Park
STILLWATER - Engage with over 100 living historians from across North America on Saturday and Sunday, September 15-16, 2018 as they bring history to life at Saratoga National Historical Park’s 1777 Civilian Weekend. Thousands of soldiers fought in the 1777 Battles of Saratoga, but hundreds of “followers” were also here in 1777. Followers were soldier’s wives and children, sutlers, and Royalist refugees. Most participants will portray various people who lived here in 1777, performing laundering, nursing, foraging, sutling, tasks, and more. Activities throughout the day and numerous presentations will be presented at Tour Road Stops 2 and 6 both days. A performance of the play “Women Belonging to the Army: Tag, Rag, and Bobtail” will take place in the American camp at at 4 pm on Saturday; a Congregationalist service by Chaplain Enos Hitchcock, a Continental Army Chaplain from 1777, will officiate to the Army (and visitors) at Neilson House at 9 am on Sunday in the American Camp. There will be soldiers too: Colonel Thomas Marshall’s (10th) Massachusetts Regiment, and his Majesty’s 62nd Regiment of Foot, will be in their respective camps throughout the weekend, discussing the lifeways of being a soldier. Join us Saturday 10 am-4 pm and Sunday 9 am-3 pm. This event is free; rain may limit some activities. For more information
about this or other events, please call the Visitor Center at 518-670-2985 or check our website at www.nps.gov/sara or on Facebook and Twitter: @ SaratogaNHP
Free Youth Fishing Derby VICTORY - Free Youth Fishing Derby the Fish Creek Rod and Gun Club will have a youth fishing derby ages 15 and under. You do not have to be a member, all are welcome. The location is: 123 Route 32, Schuylerville South of the village of Victory (look for our sign) . Sunday, September 16, 2018, 9AM - 12NOON . Prize’s will be awarded. We will have a limited amount of youth fishing gear available for use. The kitchen at the club house will be open. For information call 518-695-3917.
Albany Pancreatic Cancer research walk CAPITAL DISTRICT Albany Pancreatic Cancer Research Walk benefiting the Lustgarten Foundation. Sunday, September 16, 2018. Elm Avenue Town Park, Delmar. Registration opens at 8:00 am. Walk starts at 10:15 am. For more information or to register, visit or call: www. Lustgarten.org 1-866-7891000.
Saratoga veterans chorus seeks singers CAPITAL DISTRICT - Are you a veteran who likes to sing? Do you join in whenever the National Anthem is performed? If you are not a “singer” would you like to learn how or improve? The newly-formed Saratoga Veterans Chorus welcomes male and female veterans,
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town would own and maintain the lines, but Malta would handle the billing. In Saratoga Water Services plan, Prosperity Partnership would own the lines, but the private water service would maintain and bill for them. Warner is uncertain if the county's Prosperity Partnership would get involved as it is tasked to boost economic growth in the county, not pay for water lines. Marty Vanags, president of Prosperity Partnership, said the county's authority would only get involved if Malta requested it. He also said he has no paperwork or applications from Saratoga Water Services. "I met with Marissa Mackay, but no one has asked me to do anything," Vanags said. He also said that applying for low-interest bonds for a private water company does not necessarily contradict the authority's mission. "If it leads to more economic development along the areas of the water lines, it could fit the mission," said Vanags, who said his Board of Directors would decide. "But I don't think it sets a precedent." Warner is not so sure. He believes if Malta gets water lines through Prosperity Partnership funding, more towns will demand the same. "I don't think it's the intent of the Partnership," Warner said. "I also am not sure how it would be profitable for Saratoga Water Services. The math doesn't add up and that's a problem." Saratoga Water Services already serves a portion of Malta. Mackay said her costs would be less because her lines are closer to Maltaville than Stillwater's are. She also said she could pay lower wages to the construction workers installing the lines. "We don't have to pay prevailing wages likes towns and municipalities do," Mackay said. Warner said that claim is dubious because public funds are paying for the lines. Warner is also skeptical of Mackay's plan because she has not presented any figures, data
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or other information to the town board. He said he can't commit to Saratoga Water Services until he has that. Yet she said she won't provide such information to the town until it commits to her. "Why would I bother putting in the effort before I know?" Mackay said. Warner said it's illegal to not provide solid figures to the town and has asked the state Comptroller's VANAGS office to review any proposed plan that may come from Saratoga Water Services. "Most lawyers I talk to agree with my position," Warner said. "I need to protect the town and keep the cost as reasonable as possible. It's an uncomfortable situation. We don't want it to go into litigation for the first big water system we put in." Warner said all agree that Maltaville needs water and has for at least three decades. While residents have said they want the lines, they are concerned with costs. Knapp Road residents, in particular, do not want the water line, so the town may eliminate it from the water district, Warner said. The $1.5 million plan that the committee was to bring to a public vote would cost homeowners an estimated $928 per year. Mackay estimates a homeowner would pay $799 per year. In addition, home owners would pay between $8.95 to $8.56 per 1,000 gallons of water with the Stillwater plan, but $5.34 per 1,000 gallons with Saratoga Water Services. If the Comptroller's office were to find that Saratoga Water Services' plan is legitimate, Warner said he would go with it. "I am absolutely determined to get them water," Warner said. "We can't kick the can down the road. We want to do the right thing."
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CLIFTON PARK - Colonie football coach Eric Rouleau and his coaching staff carried a clear and distinctive offensive mindset heading into Friday's Class AA contest at Shenendehowa. The essence of the game plan for the Garnet Raiders involved scoring quickly and putting pressure on the Plainsmen. The only thing Colonie's offense did quickly for the first quarter was retreat to the sidelines after three unsuccessful plays, and that development quickly dissipated plans for springing an upset. Shenendehowa scored points on its first six possessions of the first half and cruised to an easy 51-8 victory over Colonie before more than 5,100 fans at Steuerwald Stadium. Colonie's first series resulted in just three plays and the Plainsmen confidently marched down the field on their opening possession and settled for a 27-yard field goal from Mitch Carley. That would be the last time Shen settled for anything in the opening half. Shenendehowa senior running back Kiernan Shanahan started the scoring barrage for the Plainsmen (2-0) with a 1-yard touchdown run with 3:00 left in the opening quarter. "It was just the perfect way for us to start," Shenendehowa two-way starting lineman and captain Dylan Blowers said. "We wanted to stop them early, keep their offense on the sidelines. We got rolling on offense and built the lead quickly." Colonie (0-2) had a chance for points on its third possession, but a high snap on a field-goal attempt resulted in junior Christian Hubbard picking up the ball and being stopped short of the first down. The Plainsmen used a scramble for a first down by senior quarterback Brendan Belott -- and two subsequent penalties on that play against the Garnet Raiders -- to set up deep in Colonie territory. On the next play, receiver Brendan Disonell took a reverse pitch and tossed a 24-yard touchdown pass to senior receiver Josh Szwarcberg to help establish a 17-0 advantage. Shanahan and Szwarcberg each added another TD in the second quarter and sophomore defensive back Dyvante Terrelonge added a 75-yard interception return for a score to extend the lead to 38-0. "That was the never-ending quarter for us," Rouleau said. The Garnet Raiders closed the scoring
in the first half when Hubbard turned a toss sweep left into an 80-yard touchdown run with 1:24 remaining in the second quarter. Shenendehowa only outgained Colonie 355-300 (JOHN CARL D’ANNIBALE/TIMES UNION) overall, and 243Shenendehowa's #8 Josh Szwarcberg, right, breaks away 225 in the first half. The Garnet from Colonie defenders during Friday night's game Sept. 7, Raiders amassed 2018 in Clifton Park, NY. 200 yards over five plays in the first half -- including a played well against us long run after a high snap on a punt from last week (in a 28-14 Shen Hubbard. win). We had a good week The Plainsmen, behind the work of practice. Other than up front from Blowers, senior guard the big run they had for Andy Weyrauch, senior center Noah the touchdown, I thought Stachewicz, junior guard Sebastian Unwe pursued pretty well on derwood, junior tackle Kevin Fobare and defense and tackled better senior tight end James Altenburger, rolled than last week." up 266 yards rushing on 33 attempts from jallen@timesunion. 10 different runners. com - 518-454-5062 - @ Leading the way was junior running TUSidelines back Billy Beach with five carries for 100 yards and Shanahan, who is headed to North Carolina State to wrestle, who contributed 83 yards and three touchdowns. "They do all the work," Shanahan said of the offensive line. "They push people back. They did it." "Colonie has some really good players and they are dangerous," Blowers said. "We wanted to take control early and we accomplished that." "We played really well," Shenendehowa coach Brian Clawson said. "Guilderland
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I hate to bring this up but, we can expect our ﬁrst fall frost within the next month. Although we may be in denial about it, it will soon it will be time to move any houseplants that spent the summer outside back inside for the winter. We’ll want to take some precautions to make sure they haven’t picked up any pests during their summer vacation. If we bring a plant indoors with only a couple of aphids on it, it can become a big problem in a small amount of time. Once inside with plenty of heat and no natural predators to keep them under control, these insect pests will reproduce quickly and infest your other houseplants. The last warm Insecticidal soap kills on contact. days we have left gives us the chance to take preventative measures to make sure this doesn’t happen. The ﬁrst step is to thoroughly spray your inbound plants with an insecticide to kill any insects they might have picked up. My favorite for this job is insecticidal soap, something most organic gardeners are familiar with. It kills just about any insect commonly found on houseplants and it kills on contact. It also kills mites which often go undetected since they are so small. Left unchecked, mites will reproduce quickly but unnoticed inside. Eventually the leaves begin to fall off…this is when most folks realize they have a mite problem. Spray thoroughly. Spraying them outside while the weather is still warm gives us a chance to be very thorough without making a mess inside and smelling up the house. Choose a day when the wind is calm to spray your houseplants. Spray every inch of the plants until the insecticidal soap is dripping off the leaves. Pay special attention to the undersides of the leaves since this is where insects like to hide. Spray again a week to ten days after the ﬁrst spraying. In addition to the spraying, put some systemic insecticide into the soil of inbound houseplants especially those like hibiscus that seems to attract pests. Systemic insecticides are drawn up into the plant through the roots and are Systemic insecticide protects for weeks. pumped out through the stems and leaves until it permeates the entire plant. Systemic insecticide lasts for several weeks so it kills any insects that hatch from eggs after the plant was brought inside. It takes a couple of weeks to get absorbed by the plant so it is a good idea to use it a week or so before the plant comes inside. Naturally, you shouldn’t use systemic granules on any edible plants you plan to rescue from outdoors like herbs. After spending the longest days of the year outside, our houseplants have become spoiled. Long, warm sunny days with breezes allows them to drink plenty of water. Some of these plants need to be watered every day or two as they enjoy their sunny summer home on the patio. Once they move inside, their demand for water will drop off considerably. Even the sunniest windows on the south side of our homes can’t begin to equal the amount of sun they enjoyed outside. A plant that needs water every two days outside will only need to be watered once every couple of weeks inside. This is what kills most houseplants…overwatering. Don’t try to water on a timetable. Check the soil before you water. If you even think it feels moist, don’t water, and check it again a couple of days later. NEVER let the plants stand in water for more than a few minutes. There is no quicker way to drown a plant than to leave it standing in water. You can expect your plants to lose some leaves as they adapt to the lower light indoors. In some cases, they may lose a lot of foliage. Be calm and don’t give them extra water. This leaf drop is normal, and added water will only make things worse. Even though our houseplants live all year, they do slow way down as the days get shorter. You should stop feeding them until March or so when they start to show signs of new growth. We love our houseplants for the greenery they provide during the grey days of winter, so let’s help them make the transition as gently as possible. Thanks for the read.
Cohoes Columbietts monthly meeting COHOES - The Cohoes Columbietts will have their monthly meeting, Thursday night September 20th at 255 Remsem St. Cohoes. The meeting was changed because of Election day. We will have refreshments at 7 PM, and a the meeting will be at 8PM.
Capital District Patriot Flight Inc. Raffle for Cash 2018 CAPITAL DISTRICT Support the Veterans . A FlightTo the War Memorials in DC. Raffle for Cash 2018. Capital District Patriot Flight Inc. WW II, Korean & Vietnam Veterans. Prizes: 1st $2,000; 2nd $1,000; 3rd $300; 4th $200; 5th-9th $100. Only 200 tickets will be sold. $50 donation per ticket. Drawing will be October 13, 2018 at Westgate Diner. Mail a check or send by Pay Pal via Patriot Flight. org for $50 payable to Patriot Flight Inc. We will
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Book Sale at Books For Troops office CAPITAL DISTRICT - Thanks to your generous donations, Books for Troops now has an overflow of books. To turn lemons into lemonade. we have decided to hold a book sale on Saturday, Nov. 3rd, from 12-4:30 pm and exchange our bounty of books into much needed postage money.
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down on the heavy lugging of books from other sites. The books can be left in one of the two collection bins in front of the office. Please make sure that the bins’ covers are put on tightly to prevent damage from the weather. If you have a very large donation of hard-covers, please e-mail ekeegan3@nycap. com to set a time and day when we can arrange to be in the office. Normally the office is only open on Mondays from 1-4:30. All other times are by appointment only. DIRECTIONS: Take exit 5 of the Northway. From the South, turn right onto
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rt. 155; from the North, turn left onto rt.155. Go about a mile to the major intersection of 9 & 155. (Bella Napoli Bakery is at that intersection.) Turn left onto rt. 9. Almost immediately there will be a mini-mall with a pizza place and Dunyea deli.
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Vendors Wanted SCOTIA - Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, 103 So. Reynolds Street, Scotia is looking for vendors for their annual German Fest to be held on Sunday, October 21st from 11:30AM to 3:30PM. Contact the Church office at orlc@ nycap.rr,com or call 518393-5031 for a contract. If you have questions call Janice Walz Chairperson at 518-346-8081.
Vendors Sought for Carrot Festival NISKAYUNA - Crafter and vendor table space is available for the 40th annual Carrot Festival scheduled for Sunday, October 7 from 10:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., rain or shine. It will be held at Congregation Agudat Achim, located at 2117 Union Street, Niskayuna. The Carrot Festival also includes: entertainment throughout the day, an extensive children’s area, food and
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TREE SERVICE Stump Busters of Wynantskill. Tree & stump removal. 24 hour service. (518) 286-1865 or (518) 573-7464 Unseasoned Firewood 7 (+/-) cord load, cut, split & delivered. $1190. Call for area discount. Smaller loads available. 692-2109 WADE’S TREE SERVICE & LANDSCAPE CO. Complete tree service. Light landscaping service. 35 yrs. exp. 3rd generation arborist. 10% disc. with ad. Fully ins. Free est’s. (518) 384-7285 WATER HEATERS REPLACED NOW! Rebates! Gas fired. Tankless or tank type, call Mike O’Brien (518) 365-6624 any time!
“famous” carrot cakes, a farmer’s market with locally grown produce (from Schoharie County) a community service tent, a “touch-a-truck” area and a pet adoption clinic. For more information, please visit the Carrot Festival’s Facebook page at https:// www.facebook.com/CarrotFestival/, or visit http:// www.agudatachim.com/ carrot-festival.
Vendors needed for St. Basil’s fall harvest fest
WATERVLIET - St Basils RO Church in Watervliet (Maplewood) will be holding its Fall Harvest Fest Saturday October 27 from 10-3 in its Church center. We are looking for vendors. It’s $20 for an 8 foot table with 2 chairs. Come for pirogies and stuffed cabbage, a bake sale, venders and much more. For more information visit our website www.stbasilscenter@ gmail.com
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Food Allergy Heroes Walk CAPITAL DISTRICT - 15 Million Americans, including 1 in 13 children, live with food allergies – which can be life-threatening. You can help keep all those with food allergies safe. Join us at FARE’s Food Allergy Heroes Walk on Saturday, September 22, 2018. Check in/Activities start at 9:00am a the Crossings of Colonie – South Pavilion. For more
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Knickerbocker Mansion’s Harvest Festival SCHAGHTICOKE Knickerbocker Mansion’s Harvest Festival will be September 22 & 23 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Historical presentation at 11:00am, 1:00 and 3:00 pm. A pancake breakfast ($8.00) from 8:00-11:00
AM and a Chicken and Biscuit Dinner ($11.00) from Noon-4:00 PM. For more info email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 518-664-1700 and leave a message with name and phone number.
EMPLOYMENT ABC Nursery School is looking for a teacher, for the after school Enrichment Program. Mon-Fri, 2-6 pm. Must be 18 yrs & have exp. working with kids. If interested please call ABC at (518) 373-8222 Immediate Certified Aides needed for live-in and shift work. Starting at $12.70/hr. Contact Concepts of Health Care at (518) 885-2020. www.conceptsofhealthcare.com
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