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Isolated fire house officially fades away Set up in 1940s for summer folks, Lake Desolation Fire Department “didn’t have much of anything” ByLINE: WENDY LIBERATORE

LAKE LUZERNE - Sunday, April 14th at 1pm at the Lake Luzerne Town Complex, 539 Lake Ave., Lake Luzerne. Bring something to share for pot luck, bring your instruments for jammin’ after the meeting. See ya’ll there. www.adirondackbluegrassleague. com 518-221-6231.

Gansevoort Vol. Fire Dept All You Can Eat Breakfast GANSEVOORT - The Gansevoort Vol. Fire Dept. will be holding it’s (All You Can Eat) Country Breakfast on Sunday, April 14, 2019 with the Easter Bunny during the hrs of 8 - 11am at the Gansevoort Firehouse. Donations Adults $9.00, Seniors 55+ $8.50, Children 6yrs to 12yrs $7.00 and children under 6yrs free.

GREENFIELD CENTER - The Lake Desolation Fire Department, which in recent years had been reduced to nothing more than a social club, is officially dissolving. Greenfield Fire District Chief Jay Ellsworth said the station in a remote corner of Saratoga County, originally established to extinguish fires for summer residents along the lake, has been inoperable for years.

“They never had their own fire district,” Ellsworth said. “They never had any gear, any air packs -- they didn’t have much of anything” beyond a pickup truck. Ellsworth said the volunteer department had folded for “lack of participation.” He said there was never a gap in coverage to the lake because his Middle Grove Fire Company, one of four all-volunteer stations that he oversees, has been responsible for covering the lake area for years. According to a Saratogian article published in 2008, the Lake Desolation Fire Company was formed in 1946 after a camp burned down because the fire company could not get to the

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scene in a timely manner. “Our purpose is to keep a truck on top of the hill,” said Mark Gauthier, Lake Desolation fire department president, told the newspaper then. “It takes about 20 minutes for the Middle Grove fire department to come up.” He also said that the unofficial station crew, which Gauthier said had a chainsaw, was to save lives and let Middle Grove Department save the building. Ellsworth, who said his all-volunteer stations field 1,500 calls a year, said the fire house is selling its property and liquidating its assets. “It’s in the hands of the lawyers,” Ellsworth said. “Where the money is goes, I’m not quite sure.” Supreme Court papers filed in Saratoga County in January show that attorney David Pentkowski is handling the matter. When the Times Union reached out to his firm, Pentkowski, Pastore and Freestone, the person who answered the phone said Pentkowski would not comment.

Tick season nears: Here’s what to expect Crawler is about the size of a poppy seed, carries plenty of peril ByLINE: BETHANY BUMP

CAPITAL DISTRICT - Warming weather, melting snow, the ability to walk outside without chattering your teeth -- all are welcome signs of spring. But unfortunately here in the Northeast, they’re also signs that tick season is nearly upon us. As snow cover disappears and temperatures warm, adult ticks that survived the winter will emerge from their cold-weather homes beneath the leaf litter and start looking for blood. Tick experts can’t say for sure whether this year will

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Broke polo club to be sold Owners say buyer vows season's events go on ByLINE: WENDY LIBERATORE

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volunteers, many of whom are also host families, who serve on committees, interview prospective host families, publicize the program and plan summer activities. Additionally, individuals and local businesses give generously of their time and resources to make The Fresh Air Fund’s Friendly Towns Program a great success throughout the Albany Area each summer. As we hear from alumni and connect with long standing host families, we continue to learn how Fresh Air Fund summers have impacted lives – and continue to transform lives many years later. We have learned that a summer can last a lifetime. The Fresh Air Fund, an independent, not-forprofit agency, has provided free summer experiences to more than 1.8 million New York City children from low-income communities since 1877. First time Fresh Air children are boys and girls, from seven to 12 years old, who live in

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Town of Greenfield Historical Society April Meeting GREENFIELD - The Town of Greenfield Historical Society will hold its April meeting on Tuesday the 16th at 7:00pm at the Greenfield Community Center, 25 Wilton Road. Our speaker will be Michael DeMasi. Mr. DeMasi was a capital region journalist for many years, and he has written a book based on many of the stories he covered. It is titled What They Said-25 Years of Telling Stories. The public is invited to attend.

Moreau Lake State Park Events Moreau Overlook Hike at Moreau Lake State Park

GANSEVOORT - April 12, 2019. 10:00a.m.12:30p.m. This hike is one of our most strenuous here at Moreau. We will be hiking 0.9 miles up to the beautiful view of Moreau Lake. This is a steep hike and towards the end it gets a bit rocky. Bring plenty of water and a snack or lunch to eat at the overlook. Registration is required with 24 hours advanced notice, please call 518-793-0511. Please meet and pay at the park office, $1 for 62+ and children, $2 for everyone else. Rating: Expert.

Moreau. We will be hiking 0.9 miles up to the beautiful view of Moreau Lake. This is a steep hike and towards the end it gets a bit rocky. Bring plenty of water and a snack or lunch to eat at the overlook. Registration is required with 24 hours advanced notice, please call 518-793-0511. Please meet and pay at the park office, $1 for 62+ and children, $2 for everyone else. Rating: Expert.

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GANSEVOORT - April 18, 2019. 10:00a.m. AND 2:00p.m. This class is intended for children ages 1-6 and their parents/guardians along with any siblings. We will read a short story or two based on the outdoors and then go for a short hike hoping to see some cool wildlife. Registration is necessary with 24-hour advanced notice, please call 518-793-0511. Please stop at the office first to pay for the event. Each child costs $1.

Lake Bonita Hike at Moreau Lake State Park

GANSEVOORT - April 18, 2019. 1:00p.m.-3:00p.m. This moderate hike scales half-way up the Palmertown mountain range. Learn from the park educator how this trail got its name. Reservations are required with 24 hours advanced notice, 518-793-0511. Please meet and pay at the park office. Fees apply. Rating: Moderate.

GANSEVOORT - April 13, 2019. 10:00a.m.2:00p.m. Come to this spring event that is free for the whole family! There will be games, crafts and refreshments including a scavenger hunt and egg coloring. Reservations are required with 24-hour advanced notice, please call 793-0511.

GANSEVOORT - April 15, 2019. 10:00a.m.12:00p.m. This hike has a couple ups and downs that travel around Lake Bonita. This hike is about 2+ miles and has some beautiful views of the Lake. Keep your eyes peeled and you will see some lovely rock outcroppings and maybe some neat wildlife. Registration is required with 24 hours advanced notice, please call 518-793-0511. Please meet and pay at the park office. Rating: Beginner.

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Full Moon Hike at Moreau Lake State Park

GANSEVOORT - April 19, 2019. 7:00p.m.-9:00p.m. Our Park Naturalist will be leading this month’s Full Moon Hike. While walking around the lake, we will point out flora and fauna as the sun is setting and the moon is rising. Call for reservations with 24-hour advanced notice, 518-793-0511. Program fees apply. Rating: Beginner.

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ty, forecasts tick populations by surveilling the abundance of white-footed mice out and about each previous summer. “Mice, as cute as they are, are filthy little creatures whose blood streams are full of pathogens,” he said. “And they’re particularly excellent tick hosts.” With a moderate to low abundance of white-footed mice observed last summer, Ostfeld is predicting the region and others like it across the Northeast can expect a moderate to low number of infected ticks this year compared to last. But he, too, says that’s no reason to become lax about tick-bite prevention. While tick season extends from April through Thanksgiving, the period of heightened risk is considered May through July, when blacklegged ticks in the nymph stage venture out for blood meals, said Backenson. “That’s because they’re either infected or have a good chance of becoming infected, but most importantly it’s because they’re so damn small,” he said. The size of a poppy seed, in fact. The smaller the tick, the harder it is to detect. And the longer a tick goes undetected on your skin, the more chance it has to transmit whatever disease it’s carrying. Tickborne diseases are increasingly a cause for concern among public health officials, as they appear to be spreading in both number and geographic reach. In 2017, for example, state and local health departments reported a record 59,349 cases of tickborne disease to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, up from 48,610 cases a year earlier. From 2004 to 2016, the number of reported cases nationwide doubled, and seven new tickborne pathogens were discovered.

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Additionally, tick species appear to be making their way into new-to-them areas of the U.S., expanding their reach to the west, north and south. Researchers believe this is the result of warming temperatures, reforestation, development into previously wooded areas and, perhaps, simply people spending more time outside. In New York, ticks were mostly a Long Island and Westchester County problem until about 15 to 20 years ago, Ostfeld said, when they started making their way up the Hudson Valley. Now, he said they can be found in the Capital Region, North Country, Finger Lakes and Southern Tier. “It’s shockingly fast, to my mind, how much real estate has been gobbled up by this expanding tick population,” he said. “And they show no sign of slowing down.” Lyme remains the most common tickborne disease in New York with 9,803 cases reported in 2017, followed by anaplasmosis with 1,196 cases and babesiosis with 697 cases. Finalized data for 2018 are not yet available, Backenson said, though preliminary reports show a slight decline. Anaplasmosis appears to be particularly prolific in the Capital Region, he said, with the counties bordering Massachusetts and Vermont reporting cases in the triple digits compared to single or double-digit cases seen elsewhere. People with anaplasmosis will often experience fever, headache, chills and muscle aches. “A number of physicians in the Capital District have done a good job of trying to work with colleagues and explain, you know, this is what you should be on the lookout for,” he said. “Because it’s just not as common or as familiar as Lyme.” The CDC will also continue to investigate the spread and disease threat posed by the Asian longhorned tick, which was first discovered on U.S. soil in New Jersey in 2017. It has since spread to eight other states including

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entries must be no longer than 500 words. Elementary School entries must include a minimum of 10 sentences and accompanying illustrations are also encouraged. The contest winner from each of the categories will receive a $50 cash prize. The deadline for entries is Monday, April 15, 2019. Winners will be announced in mid-May and prizes awarded at the Preserve & Park’s Annual Wildlife Festival on Sunday, June 2nd. Submissions may be mailed to

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FAST FACTS: Preventing tick bites Deer ticks live in shady, moist areas at ground level and cling to tall grass, brush and shrubs, usually no more than 18-24 inches off the ground. They also live in lawns and gardens, especially at the edges of woods and around old stone walls. Ways to protect yourself: n n n n n n n n n

Wear light-colored clothing with a tight weave to spot ticks easily. Wear enclosed shoes, long pants and a long-sleeved shirt. Tuck pant legs into socks or boots and shirt into pants. Check clothes and any exposed skin frequently for ticks while outdoors. Consider using insect repellent. Stay on cleared, well-traveled trails. Walk in the center of trails. Avoid dense woods and bushy areas. Avoid sitting directly on the ground or on stone walls. Keep long hair tied back, especially when gardening. Bathe or shower as soon as possible after going indoors (preferably within two hours) to wash off and more easily find ticks that may be on you. Do a final, full-body tick check at the end of the day (also check children and pets), and remove ticks promptly.

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CAPITAL DISTRICT - Saratoga Automobile Museum. 518-587-1935. www. - If you love automobiles, then be sure to join us on our yearly pilgrimage to the New York International Auto Show. This is our fifth year making the journey to the world’s most amazing automotive event. Spend a day at the NYIAS and in New York City! We have two buses planned this year, giving you two chances to see some of the newest and most exciting vehicles the industry has to offer! The first is on Monday, April 22 and the second is on Saturday, April 27. Time is running out, get your tickets now! $85 for Museum members and $100 non-members. The bus will depart from

the Museum’s parking lot promptly at 7 a.m. and will depart New York City at 6:30 p.m. to return to Saratoga Springs. Price includes: round trip motor coach transportation to and from New York City and your admission to the New York International Auto Show.

Call for Vendors to Maple in April Festival HADLEY - Looking for vendors offering crafts, food, art, local produce, non-profit organizations and commercial businesses. Well attended spring festival Saturday and Sunday, April 27 & 28 8am-4pm . Register for a 10’ x 12’ space for the twoday event $75. Well advertised and visible event along Rockwell St, County Rte 4, Hadley, NY. Contact Tyrone Nichols 518-6963693 or via email




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Free Lunches CORINTH - April – no Free Lunch at Holy Mother & Child but, as part of Good Friday, there will be a Free Lunch at the Presbyterian Church, Palmer Ave. at 12:00 noon. All are invited to attend.  Following there will be a Walk with the Cross if anyone wishes to participate and Stations of the Cross at Holy Mother and Child at 2:00 pm., again if anyone wishes to attend.  We encourage everyone in the community to attend the luncheon.

Armchair Destinations QUEENSBURY - The Queensbury Senior Center (QSC) is pleased to announce our Armchair Destinations series. This series will provide the community with the opportunity to explore, learn and discover foreign countries all from the comfort of QSC. We will “visit” a new country each month immersing ourselves in that country’s culture, history, cuisine, music, art and more! Attendees will receive an armchair passport and collect stamps from each country they “visit.” Our fourth destination for 2019 is Germany During this “visit” we will explore the people of the region and their beautiful culture, sample authentic cuisine, listen to traditional music, learn about the local flora and fauna, and view some artifacts from the country



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PLEASE SEND LETTER OF INTEREST TO: Supervisor Preston Allen Day Town Hall - 1650 North Shore Road, Hadley, NY 12835 by April 18th, 2019

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The Dept. of Public Works will be flushing fire hydrants Monday through Friday, APRIL 15TH through APRIL 19TH & APRIL 22ND through APRIL 26TH between 6:00AM and 2:30PM as follows: April 15-19: Flushing will occur on Main St. and all areas east of Main Street. April 22-26: Flushing will occur at all areas west of Main Street. Residents are urged not to wash clothes during flushing as water may be discolored, and also to flush hot water tanks. By Order of the Board of Trustees Arthur Lozier III - DPW Superintendent

AROUND YOUR CO of the month. Come collect your fourth stamp! The presentation will take place at the Queensbury Senior Center on Friday April 12 1-2pm. This series is open to the public, and all are welcome to attend. Members free ($1 suggested donation), Not Yet Members $3. RSVP to Sharon at (518) 761-8224.

Adirondack Folk School Schedule for Apr 12-18, 2019 LAKE LUZERNE - 51 Main Street Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2400. www. adirondackfolkschool. org - Note: See website for more info on each class. All classes are held at the Adirondack Folk School unless otherwise noted. Friday April 12 - Introduction to Pyrography with Bret Collier. #13200412. 1 day. 9am-4pm. Tuition $105. Member Tuition $85. Materials fee $30. Friday – Sunday, April 12-14 - Forge a Carving Knife, Make a Case and Whittle a Spoon with Lucian Avery. #1323-0412. 3 days. 9am-4pm. Tuition $365. Member Tuition $315. Materials fee $90. NOTE: Hard shoes and long pants are required for student’s safety. Saturday April 13 - Adirondack Berry Picking and Gathering Basket with Beverly Cornelius. #1335-0413. 1 day. 8:30am-5:30pm. Tuition $115. Member Tuition $95. Materials fee $40. NOTE: Student to bring to class: Basin for water, sheetrock knife, an old towel and washcloth, clip clothespins and a spray bottle. Saturday April 13 - Fly Fishing - Casting Basics with Paul Sinicki. #14050413. 1/2 day. 9am-12pm. Tuition $55. Member Tuition $45. Materials fee $10. NOTE: This is an active casting course. Students 16 or older who have a NYS fishing license can cast into the lake. Those without will cast on dry land. Students must bring a hat and glasses to wear for safety. Saturday April 13 - Hand and Power Tool Safety with Frank Lagace and Jim Schreiner. #14700413. 1 day. 9am-4pm. Tuition $105. Member Tuition

$85. Materials fee $15. Sunday April 14 Herbal Homemade House Cleaners with Amy Cason. #1393-0414. 1 day. 9am4pm. Tuition $105. Member Tuition $85. Materials fee $45. Sunday April 14 - Rugs from Rags with Caroline Dvorak. #1355-0414. 1/2 day. 12pm-4pm. Tuition $80. Member Tuition $60. Materials fee $10.

Adirondack Folk School 2019 Quilt Block Challenge Invitation LAKE LUZERNE 51 Main Street - Lake Luzerne.(518) 696-2400 Dear Quilters, This year’s Adirondack Folk School quilt block challenge theme is: “Adirondacks from A to Z.”! Each block will illustrate a letter of the alphabet representing a place, thing, animal, or activity found in our beautiful Adirondacks. Sign up quickly to get the letter you want! Challenge Rules: 1.   Your packet provides you with three fabrics which must be incorporated into your block, and one must be a major part of the block. The block should measure 12 x 12 inches. 2.  Packets and further information may be picked up at the Folk School Beginning March 30 on a first come first serve basis. You must declare your letter of the alphabet when you pick up the materials. Your completed block must be returned to the school by April 12. For further information contact the Folk School at 518-696-2400. 3.   Be sure to fill out the top part of the registration form and leave it in the office. 4. If you’re out of town, call the school at 518-6962400 so we can send your packet to you. We will have a reception at the Folk School on May 3 from 6:30 – 8:30 at which time the blocks will be judged, voted on, and ribbons awarded in the following categories: Use of challenge fabric, representation of theme, craftsmanship, originality,

novice quilter, viewer’s choice, member’s choice, Town Supervisor’s choice (Lake Luzerne and Hadley). The blocks will be exhibited through May 5 at the Folk School, then incorporated into a sampler quilt which will be raffled off with part of the proceeds going to the AFS Scholarship Fund. Sheri Ansel’s book, Adirondack Alphabet, might give you inspiration, and is available for viewing in the School office. Get started and have fun!

Woodcock Program at Wilton Wildlife Preserve & Park WILTON - On April 12 at 7:15 pm Wilton Wildlife Preserve & Park will be hosting a program on the amazing American woodcock, also known as the timberdoodle. Every year we have volunteers who go out as part of a citizen science program to document the presence of these birds in the meadows of the Saratoga Sandplains. In this program, participants will learn about and even go out and help with surveying the American woodcock. Following a presentation at the Park Office at 80 Scout Road, we will go on a short walk to listen for the sounds of the mating flight and courtship ritual of woodcocks that may be nearby. Space is limited and registration is required by April 10th. For more information or to register, please call the Preserve & Park office at 518-450-0321 or via email at info@wiltonpreserve. org.

Corinth Community Churches to Honor Community Cupboard Food Pantry Volunteers CORINTH - In recognition of National Volunteer Week 2019 being celebrated all across our nation from April 7 - 13, the Corinth Community Churches wishes to take this opportunity to honor each and every one of our Community Cupboard food pantry volunteers for the outstanding work they

do to help serve people who are hungry. The Corinth Community Cupboard is run entirely by volunteers and serves an average of 300 people on a monthly basis. We could not do this important work without the approximately 40 dedicated volunteers who provide this critically necessary service. The Community Cupboard is located at 6 Fourth Street in Corinth and is available to residents of the Corinth School District Tuesdays and Fridays from 2-5 pm; Wednesdays from 6-8 pm; and Thursdays from 9 am - noon.

Middle Grove United Methodist Church Soup & Song MIDDLE GROVE - Join us at the Middle Grove United Methodist Church on Sat., April 13 for Soup & Song. 4pm - 6:30pm enjoy a bowl of homemade soup, bread, coffee, tea, milk.  Cost: donation.  At 7pm there will be a concert by The Remnants for all starting at 7pm.  Cost: Love offering. The church is located at 429 Middle Grove Rd (corner of Middle Grove and North Creek Rd).  

Monthly Program of Glens Falls-Saratoga Chapter of Adirondack Mountain Club SARATOGA SPRINGS - Wednesday, April 17, 2019. Saratoga Springs Public Library, “Adirondack Place Names: Why Is that Thing Over There Called That?” presented by Erik Schlimmer. Monthly program of Glens Falls-Saratoga Chapter of Adirondack Mountain Club. Co-Sponsored by Saratoga Springs Public Library. Free. 7 pm. For more info: Sarah King at

OMMUNITY Parks-Bentley Place Opening for the Season MOREAU/SO. GLENS FALLS - Parks-Bentley Place, the home of the Historical Society of Moreau and South Glens Falls, will open on April 13, 2019 for the season. The house is located at 53 Ferry Boulevard in South Glens Falls. Open hours for April , May and June will be Saturdays from 1 to 4 P.M. There will be volunteers available to guide you and to tell about this wonderful historic building. The original part of the home, which is the oldest in South Glens Falls, was built by Daniel Parks in 1766. Also in the house are Victorian areas, a summer kitchen, and purported Underground Railroad hiding places. On the grounds there is an 1812 schoolhouse and 1800’s technology exhibit. Plans for later in the summer include an exhibit of maps from the Society’s collection, plant sale on June 8 and the annual Flag Day Celebration on June 9 as well as children’s programs in July and August. For information check out our website at www. To contact the Society the email address is

History Night at Corinth Free Library CORINTH - On Monday, April 15 at 7pm, Rachel Clothier from the Corinth Museum will be at the Corinth Free Library to share memories of Corinth’s past. The recent Town of Corinth Bicentennial has renewed interest in Corinth’s past. We are hoping to start an informal local history group. Please join us if you are interested in local history and enjoy learning more about our past. If you have historical photos of Corinth that you would like to share, please bring them.

Village of Corinth Meetings for April CORINTH - The Village of Corinth has added the following meetings for April 2019: Village Board Meeting –

Wednesday, April 17th, 6PM, Corinth Firehouse Zoning Board meeting on Tuesday, April 30th, 5:30PM at the Village Hall.

Upstate Model Railroaders Open House SO. GLENS FALLS - In January, at one of the largest railway shows on the east coast, the Amherst Railway Society’s Winterfest 2019, in Springfield, Mass. Club member and former club president, Forest Bevins, took First Place with his N scale TTrak (Tabletop Track) module. His module was among 130 modules being judged at the show. He was set up with Northeast NTrak. The TTrak judges were from Kato, a worldwide model railroad manufacturer. To see this module and more, come visit the Upstate Model Railroaders at their open house Wednesday, April 17th from 7 - 9 pm. Club members will be on hand to answer questions and to show visitors around the scales. For more information, visit our website .The club is located at 22 Hudson Falls Rd., South Glens Falls.

Hadley-Lake Luzerne Historical Society Speakers Series Presents “The Saratogian Who Changed WWII History” HADLEY-LUZERNE Thursday, April 18, 2019. 7:00pm. Hadley-Luzerne Public Library. 19 Main St., Lake Luzerne. Author and Associated Press reporter Chris Carola tells the story of U.S. Army Lieutenant Jack Wilpers, a Saratogian who found himself making global headlines just days after WW II ended. Wilpers was part of an Army Intelligence Unit that captured Japanese Prime Minister Hikedi Tojo and brought him to justice. Carola will discuss the very human story of how he convinced Wilpers to talk about this significant turn of events for the first time, 65 years after it hap-


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Kids Day at Saratoga Automobile Museum SARATOGA SPRINGS - 518-587-1935. www. - Bring the whole family out for another day of fun at the Saratoga Automobile Museum! On Friday, April 19, we’ll be hosting another Kids Day at the museum from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with fun activities planned! For this Kids Day, we’ll be welcoming the Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, as well as, Mad Science, and local author, Vicki Addesso Dodd will be performing readings from her children’s book. Kids under 12 will get FREE admission and adults pay regular museum admission! We will also have our distracted driving simulators set up for teens (16 years and older) and adults. The simulators demonstrate the dangers and consequences of driving while distracted. Our Kids Day Series at the Saratoga Automobile Museum is a great way to introduce families to what the Museum has to offer.

Canine Training Classes Offered in Saratoga County SARATOGA COUNTY - On Monday evenings beginning May 6th, canine training classes will be held at the 4-H Training Center, 556 Middle Line Road, Ballston Spa. The 8-week program is open to youth ages 8-18, as well as adults. Over 80 local dogs enjoy these annual classes, which is run by and benefits the Saratoga County 4-H program. Beginner, Graduate Beginner, Novice, Advanced Novice, Agility, and Rally classes will be offered. Classes are taught by volunteer instructors. Agility is offered for youth only. Class size is limitedfirst come, first served, and youth will be given priority. Mixed breeds and purebred dogs are welcome. The cost for all eight

sessions is $10-$15 for youth ages 8-18, depending on the class, and $60 for adults. Please call the 4-H Office at 518-885-8995 for more information or a registration form. We are asking registrations be submitted by April 19th.

Genealogy and Local History SCHUYLERVILLE - Heritage Hunters of Saratoga County will meet on Saturday, April 20th, at 1 pm at the Town of Saratoga Town Hall, corner of Rt. 4 and Rt. 29 in Schuylerville. Clifton Park Historian and HH member, John Scherer, will present the program: “Remembering the Dearly Departed: Tombstones, Hair Wreaths and Mourning Customs.” John served as Curator of Decorative Arts at the NYS Museum in Albany from 1967 to 2009 and has authored several local history books and contributed many articles to periodicals and area newspapers. Public is welcome. For information call Ginny at 518-8859309.

HMT Presents “Barefoot In The Park” SARATOGA SPRINGS - Weekends April 20th through May 5th: HMT presents BAREFOOT IN THE PARK, underwritten by Stewart’s/Dake Family. HMT will conclude its 34TH season with the classic Neil Simon romantic comedy. Friday and Saturday shows start at 7:30pm, and Sunday shows start at 2:00pm. There is no performance on April 21 (Easter Sunday). Tickets are $27 and $24, with discounts available for seniors, students, military, and groups. An optional dinner package is available with Pennell’s Restaurant for $25 per person plus tax and gratuity. For tickets, call the HMT office at 518587-4427 or visit www.

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Upstate Model Railroaders Club will be at Crandall library for Children’s Storytime GLENS FALLS - Monday, April 22nd, from 1 pm -2:30 pm, the Upstate Model Railroaders Club will be at Crandall library for Children’s Storytime on the second floor in the children’s activity area. There will be train stories and railroad related things. The club will have their TTRAK layout set up to let the children run trains and members from the club will be there to answer any questions. Bring the family and discover the joy of trains.

South Glens Falls United Methodist Church Meatloaf and Macaroni & Cheese Dinner SO. GLENS FALLS - 15 Maplewood Parkway. 518-7931152. Saturday, April 27, 2019. 4:30–6:00 PM. Adults $10.00. Children (5-12) $5.00. Complete dinner, soup and homemade desserts.

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“American Pickers” to Film in New York! CAPITAL DISTRICT Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz, and their team are excited to return to New York! They plan to film episodes of the hit series AMERICAN PICKERS throughout the region in May 2019! AMERICAN PICKERS is a documentary series that explores the fascinating world of antique

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Feathers Along the Mohawk

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The Porter Corner’s United Methodist Church Collecting Bottles and Cans PORTER CORNERS - The Porter Corner’s United Methodist Church is collecting bottles/cans

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as a fundraiser for repairs to our Church. Please bring your bags and/or boxes of cans and bottles to the back door of the Church at 512 Allen Road, Porter’s Corners. If you have a large quantity and need them to be picked up please call Jane at 518-

Law Office of

TODD W. MORROW Admitted in New York and Florida


518-654-6540 • Fax: 691-8786 Please join us for the

Priscilla Shirer Bible Study: Discerning the Voice of God (revised & updated version)

St Mary’s Episcopal Church 220 Lake Avenue, Lake Luzerne

7 week sessions:

April 30th to June 11th

Tuesdays from 4:00-5:30pm in the Parish Hall

Cost: The workbook is $15.00 (please order by April 20th and is not required to attend the Bible Study)

For more information, call Karen Love at (518) 260-2391

893-2289 or Carrie Howe at 518-893-6214. Your support is appreciated. This collection will go on until further notice.

Lake Luzerne Senior Center “Meals On Wheels” Program Needs Your Help LAKE LUZERNE - Do you have a few hours a week to help deliver meals to those folks who so appreciate and need this service? For more information, please call Pauline at the Lake Luzerne Senior Center Meal Site at 518696-2200. Drop off a warm meal and help a senior neighbor! Meals on Wheels has been guided by a single goal since the first known U.S. delivery by a small group of Philadelphia citizens in 1954 – to support our senior neighbors to extend their independence and health as they age.

Community Bible Study GLENS FALLS - Better Living Radio, 104.9 FM is sponsoring a Community Bible Study each Thursday at 6:30 pm at the Open Arms Pregnancy Center, 471 Glen Street, Glens Falls. According to Gary Bombard, station manager and study leader, the study will use both Topical as well as Verse by Verse approaches. “This Bible study is suitable for both beginners as well as those familiar with the Bible,” said Bombard. Light refreshments will be served. For more information call Gary at 518-7985235 or visit wblnradio. com.

Mole damage.

James Williams 1882 patented mole killing device.

Mole skewer.

Gas bombs.

Mole Max repellent.

Moles are fascinating creatures but it really is hard to love them. They seem to have caused more damage than usual this spring. Now that our lawns have thawed out they are building new tunnels in their never-ending search for grubs and earthworms to eat. Ever since there have been lawns, men have tried to figure out how to rid them of moles. An illustration from a patent application filed in 1882 by James Williams for a mole killing device using a handgun. In his application Williams wrote “This invention may also be used in connection with a door or window, so as to kill any person or thing opening the door or window to which it is attached.” I can just see DEC and ATF trying to figure out how to classify this device. Not only would it kill the mole or intruder but the gunshot would alert you that it had been triggered. I hope Mr. Williams kept his day job. A few years after the mole gun was invented a medieval-looking mole skewering device came along and is still sold today. There’s something about moles that really incites the killing instinct. As time marched on poison gas bombs were developed to rid our lawns of burrowing rodents. They are still around. They are exciting to use but rarely effective since the moles have an undiscovered escape hatch that they use to avoid the gas. There are poisons that can be placed in the mole’s tunnels that, if they happen to find and eat, will kill them. Of course moles prefer earthworms and grubs to poison so these are of limited effectiveness. I also worry about pets and wildlife that may be killed if they find the dead mole and eat it so I avoid poison in my lawn. Modern times have brought us the sonic Mole chaser that runs on batteries. The idea is that “penetrating sonic pulses radiate through the soil causing nearby rodents to run for cover”. They might work a bit in sandy soil but I’m skeptical of the “up to 9,000 sq ft of coverage”. Finally we have a truly effective mole repellent. MoleMax is a granular product that you put on your lawn and water in. The active ingredient is made from castor beans and mole and other rodents can’t stand it. It works fast too. Moles generally vacate the area within a few days. MoleMax can be used in lawns and flowerbeds. It can even be used in the planting holes of bulbs to keep chipmunks from digging them up. Remember moles are solitary creatures and young moles are kicked out of their mother’s burrow in late summer and they have to find someplace to set up their own territory before winter. If you apply MoleMax in early fall the young moles won’t set up house in your yard and you won’t have mole damage again next spring. Thanks for the read.

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FOR SALE: Foosball table, washer, lg. dining room hutch, (5) Bar high chairs. (518) 796-5831. Mulch Hay. $2 / bale. Call (518) 587-0248


“God isn’t dead, he’s not even sick. First Baptist Church, 30 Antone Rd, Corinth (518) 654-9363 at least that is what Neil preaches!!!) The Corinth Senior Center, 22 Hamilton Ave., Corinth will sponsor an AARP Safe Driving Class on Sat., April 27th from 9-5pm. Please call 518-654-2040 to sign up or more information.


A & S LANDSCAPING Spring cleaning, mulching, top soil/seeding, pressure washing. Fall Cleanup & much more. Zachary Allen (518) 301-4880 / 893-6423. ATTENTION! SPRING DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE Pressure & soft washing, window cleaning, gutter cleaning. Fully ins. Call, text or email 518-450-9357

BOVEE’S JUST MOWING Looking for steady customers! Reasonable rates. (518) 696-2628 or (518) 796-5831. C & A LANDSCAPING Mulch, mowing, pruning, hauling, trees cut, spring cleanup, firewood, pressure washing. Guaranteed lowest prices. Give us a call. We do it all. Cell (518) 223-5773.


CARDAMONE PAINTING and remodeling. Drywall and taping. Interior / Exterior & wall restoration. Staining, paper & popcorn ceiling removal. Bathroom / ceramic. Basements 15 Yrs. experence. Insured. Tom 506-5284 CHEAPER than Dumpsters Old Appliances And Furniture REMOVED FROM YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS. Small or Large jobs. CLEANOUTS. Call Bill the Junkman at (518) 664-7488. Credit Cards Accepted. DIVORCE MAKE DIVORCE EASY! Papers prepared $349. One signature req’d. Includes poor person app. (518) 274-0380 DON FERRARO HOME Improvements & Additions Remodeling, basements, kit., baths, decks. (518) 882-9521 ELECTRICIAN Lammon Electric. Fully lic. & ins. 30yrs exp. Res./Comm. Panel upgrades 274-5100 ELECTRICIAN Dave’s Electric Service Free estimates. Fully insured. (518) 583-0441 EVICTION SQUAD NY *STATEWIDE* No rent, Squatters, Undesirables, Marriage or Couple Breakups, Domestic Violence? “Let us handle it.” (518) 701-1543 24/7 Firewood / Cooking Wood Exit Lou “The Wood Guy” Rt. 50, Wilton. 24/7



Mikayla is a lovable, talkative, two year old, with a spunky disposition. She has a beautiful tabby patterned coat and a completely adorable face-just look at that smile! Mikayla is full of energy and would do best in a home with older children and another calm cat to mellow her out. She is so deserving of a safe loving home where she will be spoiled rotten for the rest of her life. Come meet her and see if she is a match for you! If you are interested in learning more about this handsome Beau, please contact the Adoption Center at 518-409-8105 or

SERVICES FIREWOOD- FREE Delivery Cut, split hardwood. 4X4X8 $175. We have boiler wood, camp wood & log length. Custom sizes. Seasoned, fresh, semi-seasoned 518-560-0482 H & C LAND MANAGEMENT LLC General Excavation & land clearing, new construction, additions, driveways road building. (518) 361-1729/ (518) 696-3654. MASONRY SERVICES All foundation repairs/sealing. All concrete work & repair. Porch & step refurbishing. (518) 892-1476 MURRAY LANDSCAPING & PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Light masonry, painting, pressure washing. (518)898-7513 RON’S TREE SERVICE Fully insured, free est. Firewood & logging, tree removal, stump grinding, lot clearing, chipping and hauling. It’s not all about the money, we do more for less! (518) 538-2270 ROOFING BY J. ROBERTS CONTRACTING. (518) 654-3210. 20 years experience. SCHEFF’S Landscaping Spring cleanups, mowing, mulching, patios & walkways. Call (518) 742-9085. Stump ‘N Grind Stump grinding. Got stumps? Call Stump ‘ N Grind. (518) 301-5712 TEARNO PAINTING Int/Ext Painting, wallpaper removal. Quality work affordable price! Ins., free est’s. Call Bill (518) 560-9806 WELL & PUMP SERVICE Well water and pump service and installation plus repair of all related tanks, piping, electrical and systems. Water treatment consulting, equipment and repair. Serving entire Capital District 24/7/365. Call (518) 545-8085 for fast, friendly and affordable help.

A person of excellence is needed to Make America Clean Again. Part-time window washing and residential housecleaning. Help us grow! text/call Stephen at (518) 681-2575 Front desk staff, Alpine Lake is seeking F/T and P/T front desk staff. Call Susan at (518) 654-6260 or stop in for an application at 78 Heath Rd. Corinth NY. HHA/PCA – Homecare work in the Capital Region. Great pay, Paid travel, bonuses and more! Must be certified (HHA or PCA), reliable. Spanish speaking a plus! Stop in and fill out an application at 87 Washington St, Rensselaer, NY, 12144. (518) 449-1142 Landscaping Maintenance Full time positions available in Saratoga area. Call (518) 583-8080. Part time office assistant needed. 20 hours per week. (Flexible). Strong organizational skills. Computer skills/ knowledge of Excel a MUST. Attention to details. Good communication skills. Please call (518) 766-9360 for more information. RN/LPN - We have FT & PT hours available for skilled nurses in homecare throughout the Capital District. Enhanced pay, flexible hours avail. 1 year experience required. Stop in and fill out an application at 87 Washington St, Rensselaer, NY, 12144. Call us at (518) 449-1142.


CORINTH: 1 BR 1st floor renovated apt. Sec & ref required. Includes heat & electric, refrigerator, stove & w/d hook ups. References required. No pets. No smoking. $850/mo. Call (518) 796-3400 Luzerne Rental MH: 2 BR., 1BA, $800/month +utilities & sec. No pets. HUD accepted. (518) 466-7474. Luzerne: One room. All included. $600/mo. No security. HUD friendly (518) 696-3300

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