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LEGO Club CLIFTON PARK - May 23 at 4:15 pm at Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library. LEGO builders are challenged to work as individuals or in groups to build projects based upon a theme using the Library’s blocks and materials. This week’s theme: Mazes and Puzzles. For children in grades K-5. Please register online, in-person or by calling the Library at 518371-8622.
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Reinisch has plans in place ByLINE: JAMES ALLEN HIGH SCHOOL SPOTLIGHT
CLIFTON PARK - Jake Reinisch is a junior third baseman on the Shenendehowa baseball team. In his second varsity season, Reinisch has established himself as one of the premier hitters in the Suburban Council. Prior to beginning his junior year, Reinisch made an oral commitment to play baseball at Wake Forest University of
the Atlantic Coast Conference -- the same school where his father, Paul Reinisch, played. The Plainsmen (10-4 overall, 9-4 league) begin a crucial week of games Monday when they travel to take on Christian Brothers Academy (9-5, 9-5). Q: The team got off to a hot start and it hasn’t gone quite as well lately. What needs to change over the next 10 days before sectionals begin? Please see REINISCH 6
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DA: Errors, not fraud, doomed Cohoes center Fiscal mishaps blamed for collapse that left 150 with no child care ByLINE: BRIAN NEARING
COHOES - Mistakes, not fraud, caused the financial collapse of the Cohoes Community Center last fall, according to an investigation by Albany County District Attorney David Soares. “Our investigation concluded that the Community Center was the victim of fiscal mismanagement ... not the result of criminal activity,” wrote Linda Griggs, chief of the district attorney’s Financial Crimes Bureau. Last month, Soares’ office delivered that finding in an April 16 letter to Cohoes Common Council President Christopher Briggs. On Friday, Briggs said the finding ought to “alleviate any community concerns” that the center was taken down by embezzlement or
other criminal acts. “This was a very unfortunate situation for many people, but there was no criminal liability in the closing of the center,” he said. For the district attorney’s office, Griggs wrote that center officials misapplied a grant for “School District Universal Pre-k” to 2017, rather than 2018. Mistakenly believing it had grant cash in 2018, the center then “increased staff and salaries” that it could not afford, forcing the facility to shut down in October 2018. Soares’ office had subpoenaed center financial records within days of its abrupt closure, which left about 150 local children without childcare services, and ended the jobs of 72 full- and part-time center workers. In March 2019, the board that ran the notfor-profit center announced it intended to sell the 28,000-square-foot building on Remsen Street, which was first opened as a community center in 1971
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I sometimes find it amusing how our attitudes toward things change over time. I know we all look back at those pictures of us from the 70s, 60s and earlier and are amazed at the hairstyles and clothes we wore then. I’m sure that a lot of this has to do with the fashion industry and its need to keep us moving along from one trend to the next to ensure that we’re all in a constant state of desire to be “trendy” and all caught up on the latest fashions. You might not realize it but the same thing happens with plants. Some plants are popular for awhile and then they are replaced with another. You can go on the internet and find the “Perennial of the Year” and “Annual of the Year” for this and past years. Sometimes it is the color that makes the plant popular and sometimes it’s because the plant is a newly bred variety. Sometimes, just as in the fashion world, plants that were popular in the past enjoy a revival as new gardeners rediscover plants that their grandparents loved. There’s one plant though, that has suffered a fall from grace so complete that few of us are even aware that it was once one of the most well thought of plants on the planet. The plant I’m referring to is the ubiquitous dandelion. Like most of you, I loathe them in my lawn. I want my lawn to be green… not green and yellow or green and white. I’ll mow off the flowers and mow off the seed pods and even threaten to kill them with weed killer. Like most of you, I’m not a big fan of dandelions. I have a vague recollection of tasting dandelion wine that some older relative used to make. I also recall not being too impressed. I know that they sell the leaves in the grocery stores now. That’s not something that I think we had back in the 70s. So, what’s up with these weeds? It might surprise you to know that, at one time, there was NOT ONE dandelion growing on the entire continent of North America. Even knowing that, you’d probably assume that it was just an unfortunate accident that they’re here…they must have gotten here along with another plant or as a seed stuck to someone’s shoe. Actually, the dandelion, that scourge of our lawns that we detest so much, was brought here by European colonists intentionally. In fact, more than one group of colonists brought it with them to their new homes in America. Germans are known to have brought it with them and Spanish colonists introduced dandelions into Mexico including what is now the American southwest. The reason they made a point of bringing dandelion seed to the New World is because they depended on it to keep them healthy. The dandelion, which is actually a plant native to Asia, has a long history as a beneficial and medicinal plant. In China, it is mentioned in herbal texts as early as the 7th century. We can assume that it was used medicinally in China even earlier. In Wales, it is mentioned in the writing of physicians during the 1200s. A French physician gave us the name dandelion when he called them ‘dent de lion’ or ’teeth of the lion’ describing the ragged shape of the leaf. Other common names for the dandelion have been: Blowball, Cankerwort, Swine Snout, Wild Endive, Sin in the Grass and another French name, pis-en-lit which translates as “wets the bed”. This last name describes the dandelion’s ability as a diuretic. The Latin name for the dandelion is Taraxacum officinale which can be translated as ‘disorder remedy’. Dandelion leaves are a wonderful source of vitamin A as well as potassium, calcium, phosphorus and iron. Common knowledge of our ancestors was that the various parts of the dandelion can be used to treat urinary tract infections, abscesses, eczema, gout, boils, stomach aches and even snakebite. It has also been used to treat high blood pressure and as a liver purifier. The white sap in the flower’s stem has even been suggested as a cure for warts. The list goes on and on. I’m certainly not suggesting that you use dandelions medicinally but it makes for interesting reading. One would think that, since there are references to the benefit of dandelions about as far back in history as history goes, there might be something to all this. One thing is for sure, our ancestors were not going to the New World without the seeds of their favorite cure. It is no wonder that they are everywhere. We may have completely lost sight of the virtues of the lowly dandelion but they are still with us nonetheless. I’ll have to admit that tender young dandelion greens sometimes make it into the salads at my house. They are a little bitter but, when mixed with all the other greens, they’re pretty good. For some, it is an acquired taste. We once served some dinner guests salad with dandelion greens in it without their knowledge. They enjoyed the salad but called the next day to ask us, “What was in that salad anyway?” I won’t go into detail. Suffice it to say, THEY noticed the effect dandelions can have on the digestive system! Thanks for the read.
A: When we were winning, our confidence was high. We lost some games to some good teams and did not play badly. I think after we lost a few, we lost confidence and were looking for something to change. What we needed to realize is you can’t expect to win every game. We lost close games to Niskayuna, Ballston and Kingston. Those games happen. Q: You had a walk-off hit in the ninth inning in a 5-4 win against Columbia last week. I imagine that one had to feel pretty good, correct? A: Yeah, definitely. We lost to three really good teams in a row, so getting a win was big for us. It felt good to get a win like that. We came back and got big win under our belt against Colonie. Coach (Greg Christodulu) said he doesn’t think we had won at their field in 10 years, so to go in there and get one at their place definitely felt good. We played Shaker and lost (6-0). That was really the first time we lost where we played terrible. Games like Niskayuna and Ballston Spa weren’t great, but we did not play bad. In the Shaker game, we did not play well at all. Q: How valuable was it for you to be brought up to varsity as a sophomore? A: It was extremely valuable. There is a big difference being a first-year varsity player as a junior and a second-year varsity player as a junior. I know the pitchers and know what to expect. I am comfortable. Going through last year and being with the guys definitely helped me in a lot of ways. Q: Last summer, you attended a few showcase camps where college coaches are able to watch and recruit. One of them was at Wake Forest. Is there a level of irony for you that the school you ended up selecting is the same one your father attended? A: Yeah, I would say it is pretty ironic. I didn’t go in there thinking this is where I wanted to go. I was keeping everything open with all divisions, levels and schools.
Music Sundae CLIFTON PARK - On Sunday, May 19 at 6:30 PM, Shenendehowa United Methodist Church, 971 Rt 146 in Clifton Park, will offer “Music Sundae”, a concert featuring all of our church musicians. We will have vocal choirs of all ages, handbell and chime choirs, soloists and our worship band. Music will be a mix of sacred and secular. There will be a
I really liked the setup of the school. I liked the baseball program and the coaches. I wanted to play at the highest level I could and you can’t go wrong with the ACC. Everything there checked all the boxes for me. Q: I know it is still early yet, but have you thought about or selected a major? A: I want to work at a school because I want to be a coach some day. I have been thinking counseling and psychology. I believe psychology is one of the biggest majors at Wake Forest. Q: I know your dad was pushing you to go to Wake Forest, but I can’t imagine he was upset when you informed him of where you wanted to go? A: He was pretty happy. I have heard stories about when he played there and how good of an experience he had. It is cool to be able to do something your dad did. I know Ken Griffey Jr. was able to play games with his dad. I am going to get to play where my dad played. Q: The Class AA ranks have proven to be wide-open this season. How much are you looking forward to these playoffs when they start? A: It is going to be fun. Coach says we need to have a home game, whether we are seeded No. 1 or 4, that is important to have that first sectional game be a home game. We need to do what we can about that. We have got three big games this week with CBA, Bethlehem and Niskayuna. We have to take each game one game at a time. CBA, Bethlehem and Nisky are all playing for a high seed as well, so it is going to be a gut check. We’ve got to be ready to go. Q: In addition to baseball, you play varsity basketball. You are going to continue to do that, right? A: Absolutely. I love playing basketball. I have been playing basketball since I was in the second grade. I love the game and it is good to get away from baseball for a few months, shooting some 3s and having fun with my friends on the court. I really enjoy playing. email@example.com - 518-454-5062 - @TUSidelines
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28th Annual Saratoga Horse Symposium CAPITAL DISTRICT CCE Equine invites you to the 28th Annual Saratoga Horse Symposium! On Saturday May 18, 2019 the area’s foremost horse enthusiasts will gather for a day of fun, education, and mingling. Beginning at 8:30 AM, participants will arrive at the Saratoga County 4-H Training Center, 556 Middleline Road, Ballston Spa, NY 12020. Classes will begin at 9:00 AM. Sponsored by New York Thoroughbred Breeding and Development Fund with The Agriculture and New York State Horse Breeding Development Fund, the symposium is proud to announce ten different presentations and demonstrations by the following experts: Patricia Baker- Saddle Fitting, Sarah CollierEquine Liability: Navigating the Safety in the Agriculture Tourism Act, Liz Deluca- Enhancing
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Genealogy and Local History SCHUYLERVILLE - Heritage Hunters of Saratoga County will meet on Saturday, May 18th, at 1 pm at the Town of Saratoga Town Hall, corner of Rt. 4 and Rt. 29 in Schuylerville. Lauren Roberts, Saratoga County Historian, will talk about a special collection of 600 original documents gifted to the Historian’s office. The documents, from the late 1700s and early 1800s, were found beneath the attic floorboards in the historic LaRue family farmhouse in Charlton. Joseph LaRue, an early settler, was one of the county’s first Justices of the Peace. Public is welcome. For information call Ginny at 518-885-9309.
Men’s Garden Club Meeting CAPITAL DISTRICT The Men’s Garden Club of Albany will meet on May
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Rochmon Record Club Listening Party – Paul & Linda McCartney – “Ram” CAPITAL DISTRICT - On Tuesday, May 21 at 6:30 The Rochmon Record Club will converge to listen and learn about Paul McCartney’s 2nd album after leaving The Beatles, “Ram” at Caffe’ Lena, 47 Phila Street in Saratoga Springs. org.The
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Cat Adoption Clinic at Clifton Park Senior Community Center CLIFTON PARK - 6 Clifton Common Court, Clifton Park. 518-3831343. Friday, May 24th 11:15am – 2:15pm.
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Come join us for the 2019 Memorial Day Ceremony. Saturday, May 25, 2019 at 11:00am. GBHS Saratoga National Cemetery at the Main Flagpole Assembly Area. 200 Duell Rd., Schuylerville, NY 12871. There will be limited seating available or bring a comfortable lawn chair. VIP - Handicap- General Parking.
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Books For Troops Asks You To “Adopt-A-Box” CAPITAL DISTRICT - Books for Troops is holding a fundraiser called “Adopt-a-Box.” Held between our two most patriotic holidays, Memorial Day, (held this year on May 27th) and the 4th of July. In 2017 “Adopt a Box” was able to raise within a month’s time enough money to mail 165 boxes, although our goal had been only 100 within that 30 day period. To those unfamiliar with the term, coined by one of our original volunteers, “Adopt-a- Box” means to pay the postage of $15 to mail a box filled with books and other reading material to the deployed troops anywhere in the world or to 31 VA hospitals in the states or the one in Landstuhl Germany. Our goal this year is to have 150 boxes “adopted” within a 42 day period. In order to Adopt-Box, you simply make out a check to Books for Troops and mail it to: Books for Troops, 152 Oak Brook Commons, Clifton Park, NY 12065. We ask you to write on the memo of your check the words adopt-a-box so that your donation will we recorded as part of our fundraiser. If you want to adopt more than one box at $15 a box, they, too, will be counted in the numbers. On July 5th we will record on Facebook the number of boxes that were adopted. What a patriotic way to celebrate our nation’s independence than to remember those who are sacrificing so much to preserve it? As always, thank you for supporting our troops and
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Southern Saratoga Art Society CLIFTON PARK - The monthly meeting of SSAS will be held on Tuesday, May 28 at the Clifton Park Senior Community Center, 6 Clifton Common Blvd., at 6:30 p.m. Date change due to Memorial Day. Artist Tom Ryan will demonstrate in watercolor. Tom will be discussing the composition of Winslow Homer’s watercolor “Blue Boat” along with another piece. He will demonstrate Homer’s us of palette colors and history. Don’t miss this exciting demonstration. Meeting is open to the public.
Family Favorites Story Time: Sing It! CLIFTON PARK - May 18 at 11 am at Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library. Listen to popular stories and rhymes with a musical twist. For children ages 2-5 with an adult. No registration required.
Loose Teeth CLIFTON PARK - May 21 at 4:15 pm at Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library. Time to give those baby teeth some wiggle room? Celebrate with stories, riddles and crafts. For children in grades K-2. Registration required; please register online, in-person or by calling the Library at 518-371-8622.
St. Luke’s Recovery Resource Center 4th Annual Wiffle Ball Tournament The St. Luke’s Recovery Resource Center (SLRRC) is proud to announce the 4th Annual Wiffle Ball Tournament will take
place at McBride Fields off Pruyn Hill Road on Friday, June 21st from 5:30 to 8:30 pm. There will be food, music during the games supplied by Dave McClements, sports memorabilia raffle prizes, vendors, good-natured competition, dignitaries, and much more. Again, the Saratoga County Sheriffs will play the Albany County Sheriffs for bragging rights. Last year, the Albany Sheriffs won. Will they be able to keep their title? Come to the WB Tournament and find out! The SLRRC engages with local and state resources in addressing the core causes and effects of the disease of addiction on the individual, their friends, family, and the larger community. It offers the parish facilities to recovery groups, who provide self-help and support for a life free from addiction. The growing numbers of people attending have become so large, the church has built an addition to accommodate everyone. Last year, the WB Tournament raised over $30,000. The hope is to beat that record this year. All proceeds will go to the SLRRC and will be used to support the mission and the work of SLRRC, as well as the building addition and programs of prevention. Any support would be deeply appreciated. St. Luke’s on the Hill and the SLRRC, 40 McBride Road, Town of Halfmoon, Mechanicville (mailing) 12118. McBride Fields, 22 McBride Road. www.stlukesonthehill.org, Church Office: 518-6644834 (Nancy Demary) email: officeadmin@ stlukesonthehill.org.
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Your Home The Friends of the Clifton ParkHalfmoon Public Library Plant Swap and Sale CLIFTON PARK - The Friends of the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library are having their Plant Swap and Sale on Sat., June 8 under the portico of the Library. New This Year: Only â€œBare Rootâ€? Plants Accepted (bring them in water, not soil!). We will only accept plants that are bare root because of concerns about the Asian earthworm and other invasive in Saratoga County. Donors Will Receive A $5 Vouch-
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Your Home Are backyard chickens right for you? Raising backyard chickens has been a growing phenomenon for several years. Many cities have passed laws legalizing backyard chickens, encouraging many to raise chickens as a rewarding hobby. One of the biggest benefits to raising backyard chickens is that their eggs are fresher and often tastier than store-bought varieties. Hens can lay one egg per day. Multiply that egg per hen, and breakfast is always available. Another benefit to chickens is they produce a natural fertilizer that can be used in gardens. “The Old Farmer’s Almanac” says chicken manure can be composted, aged and eventually added to the garden. In about six months, a person will accumulate about one cubic foot of manure per chicken. Egg shells and other compostable material can be added to create an even richer formula. Chickens also can help control bugs around the yard, offers the experts at Tractor Supply Company. Before investing in backyard chickens, people should
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NEW 2019 DODGE Stk#17041, Loaded w/3rd Row 7 Passenger Seating, Second Row GRAND CARAVAN SE 60/40 Fold and Tumble Seat, Stk#19238, Loaded w/ Power Seat, Remote KeylessKeyless Entry, Park N Go, Uconnect 5.0 View Back Up Camera, touchscreen 6/5” Display, Touchscreen 3 Zone Power A/C Display, and Much More! MSRP $36,585 Windows & Locks,
Speed Control and
Or $ Much More! $ 36 42 $ OFF!Lease Lease $ mos. mos. FOr , FOr , MSRP $28,045 NOW ONLY NOW ONLY NOW ONLY New 2017 Jeep pArtirot 4X4 New 2017 CHerokee ALL New 2017 CHrySLer 36 $ $ $ OR OFF!LX mos. OFF! 75tH ANNiverSAry editioN LAtitude 4X4 pACiFiCA
33 999 $10,000
Stk#17122, loaded w/ V6 NEW 2019 FIAT NEW 2018 JEEP Engine, Back up Camera, Entry, Aluminum 124 SPIDER CONVERTIBLE RENEGADE LATITUDE Keyless 4X4 Wheels,5.0 Touchscreen
Stk#18737, Loaded Display, w/ lntegrated Voice Automatic, Air Conditioning, Command w/Biuetooth and Aluminum Wheels, much more! MSRP $30,285 Back-Up Camera, Power NOW ONLY Windows & Locks Or More! $ and Lease Much 36 $ mos. FOr MSRP $26,620
Rts. 9 & 28, Warrensburg, NY 12885 Just 4 miles off Exit 23 where Rt. 9 and Rt. 28 Connect
Remote Keyless Entry, Or
$ Capable, 26$2,331 ,999 Navigation 299 Rally White Stripe
and Much More! MSRP $28,330
Stk#17057, Loaded w/17” Aluminum Wheels, Sunscreen Glass, Stow N Go Seats, Power Driver Seat, Back Up Camera, Uconnect 5.0 Stk#19199,Touchscreen Loaded w/Display, Voice Command Automatic, Technology w/Bluetooth Group, Pushand Button Much More! Start, Sirius Radio, MSRP $29,590
w/ Power Sunroof, NEW 2019 JEEP CHEROKEE 17” Bronze Aluminum LIMITED 4X4 Wheels, Remote Start,
$4,851 21,999 OFF!
NOW ONLY 1/13/2017.
Automatic, Keyless Entry, Stk#19065, Loaded w/ Power windows and much Sunroof, Navigation, Heated more! & Ventilated Premium MSRP $27,335 Leather Seats, Foot Activated Power Lifegate, Or 36 $ Traffic & Travel Lease Sirius mos. FOr Plus and Much More! MSRP $38,850 OR 42 LEASE mos. FOR
*Prices include all available rebates. You may qualify for additional rebates & incentives. Must finance through Chrysler Capital. **Leases through Chrysler Capital include all available rebates and are based on 10,000 miles a year with $2999 cash down; 1st payment, taxes and DMV fees due at inception; security deposit waived for well-qualified buyers; disposition fee $395; 25¢ a mile overage. Lessee is responsible for maintenance and repairs. Chrysler Pacifica lease is for 5,000 miles a year. Pictures for illustration purposes only. Offer ends 5/23/19.