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Lake George Dinner Theatre Fundraiser LAKE GEORGE - Lake Theatre Productions celebrates its 2019 season with COMEDY TONIGHT, an evening of stand-up comedy on Friday evening, May 17th from 6-9PM at the Holiday Inn Resort in Lake George. The evening’s entertainment will be hosted by regional favorite stand-up funny man and celebrity impersonator, Steve Van Zandt, plus an added

special guest Comedian. The evening’s fundraising activities will also include great food, drinks, a fabulous silent auction, raffle, a chance to open our special Treasure Chest and more. The Lake George Dinner Theatre’s 2019 season will kick off with THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES, a hilarious send-up of the Arthur Conan Doyle classic and will run July 11 to August 31st. LUNCH WITH MRS. BASKIN, a delightful comedy by Sam Bobrick, will run Septem-

ber 12- October 19. Both productions will be presented at the Holiday Inn Resort in beautiful Lake George, located at 2223 Canada Street. For information on the Lake George Dinner Theatre fundraiser and the rib-tickling 2019 season, please visit LakeTheatreProductions.com. For tickets to COMEDY TONIGHT!, please call (518) 879-6218. Tickets are $75 in advance and $85 at the door. Be sure to ask about the theatre’s Early Bird

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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’

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Town of Greenfield Historical Society May Meeting GREENFIELD - The Town of Greenfield Historical Society will hold its May meeting on Tuesday the 21st at 7:00pm at the Greenfield Community Center, 25 Wilton Road. Our speaker will be Pete Murphy, a docent who leads tours of Congress Park in Saratoga Springs. He has many photos and will be highlighting the growth of Saratoga Springs from an Indian “secret” through the Las Vegas/ Disney World years of the 1870s through 1910. The public is invited to attend.

Horace D. Washburn American Legion Post 533 Memorial Day Parade CORINTH - Horace D. Washburn American Legion Post 533 will hold their Memorial Day Parade in Corinth on May 30th, at 6 PM. Since the American Legion is 100 years old this year,we want to have the best parade we’ve ever had. We are inviting all organizations (Fire Departments, Military Organizations, Boys and Girl Scouts. , EMS Squads, and anyone else who may want to participate). Please respond to Bill Deuval by email, wdeuval@yahoo.com or phone, (518) 222-9471. We will send you full information about the parade.

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Farmers energized by manure idea National Grid sees cows as way to make electricity and gas ByLINE: LARRY RULISON

NORTHUMBERLAND - Brothers Bill and Neil Peck operate the Welcome Stock Farm in this rural community on the east side of Saratoga County. Six generations of the Peck family have been farming the land here, dating back to 1836. And while dairy farming may seem like

a simple business to the average person, it’s anything but that -- especially since falling milk prices, rising labor costs and stringent regulation make earning a profit extremely difficult. “We have to make a product that is competitive on the international market,” Bill Peck said from his office at the farm on Thursday morning. As sophisticated as dairy farming Please see MANURE 15

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Dairy cows are fed at the Welcome Stock Farm in Schuylerville. Six generations of the Peck family have been farming here since 1836.

Lake George mansion has new owners Two New Jersey families paying $5 million to buy 13,000-square foot home ByLINE: LEIGH HORNBECK

LAKE GEORGE - A 13,000-square-foot mansion built for industrialist Royal C. Peabody in 1895 on the south shore of Lake George has sold for $5 million. The buyers, whose names have not been revealed, are two families from New Jersey. The seller was Kate Serlin, widow of the late obstetrician Stephen Serlin. The Serlins owned the 6.3-acre property for nearly 30 years. The house is 21/2 stories and has a massive footprint of rough-cut granite. The upper stories are half-timbered, a style often found in a Tudor revival style, and inlaid with yellow stucco. It has eight bedrooms, seven fireplaces, eight full bathrooms, two covered boat

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houses, an elevator, a 17-bay garage, a guest house, a wine cellar that holds 4,000 bottles and a commanding view of the lake. The Peabodys called it Wikiosco, “home on beautiful waters” in Algonquin. Kate Serlin’s real estate agent, Christine Marchesiello of Keller Williams Realty Capital District, said she showed the property many times. “At the end of the day it was not about getting the most money,” Marchesiello said. “She wanted to close this chapter of her life and move on. She is at peace.” Dan Davies, the owner of Davies-Davies & Associates Real Estate, was the buyers’ agent. A native of Lake George, Davies was familiar with the mansion. “It’s probably one of the top two most iconic properties I’ve sold in my 30 years of selling real estate,” Davies said. “My buyers are ecstatic and it was the right time for Kate. I’m glad it worked out for

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Saratoga Springs’ All-Teen Ad Astra Theatre Troupe Performing Original Adaption of “Trojan Women” SARATOGA SPRINGS at the Janet Kinghorn Bernard Theater, Skidmore College. Ad Astra Theatre Troupe Ltd. presents an original adaptation of Euripides’ Trojan Women, penned by teenage playwrights Padraig Bond and Catie LeCours. Padraig Bond will be directing the play. The play received a generous grant from the

Alfred Z. Solomon Charitable Trust for Ad Astra’s third season. Show times are Friday, May 17th at 7 PM, and Sunday, May 19th at 2 PM and 7pm at the Janet Kinghorn Bernard Theater at Skidmore College, 815 N Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY. Tickets are $15. Students and senior citizens 62 and older have a discounted ticket price of $8. Ad Astra Theatre Troupe is all about empowering local teenagers to make a meaningful contribution to their community through the arts. Ad Astra’s choice of Trojan

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Women is important because it highlights the impact of war on non-combatants, which is as timely a topic today as it was in ancient times. Ad Astra hopes that its production will inspire young people to consider current world events in a fresh light. Learn more at www.AdAstraTroupe.org.

Memories On Wheels CORINTH - Due to unforseen circumstances our Annual Car Show WILL NOT BE HELD THIS YEAR. We want to thank all participants, vendors, sponsors and spectators for your support for the past 29 years. Thank you to After FX for the music and Corinth Central School for use of the facility. Thank you to Trophies by George and your donations. Thanks for the memories!

Books for Troops Needs Volunteers CAPITAL DISTRICT Books for Troops is in need of 1-2 volunteers who can work on Mondays from 1-4 in our Latham office which is both heated and air-con-

ditioned. We need people who believe strongly in our mission to send books to the troops to give them a source of escape and entertainment and to remind them that we remember them with pride, gratitude and concern. The work involves sorting, shelving and boxing the books to be sent, as well as labeling them. You must be able to do a lot of bending, as well as carrying the filled boxes weighing about 20-25lbs. a few feet. You will not be asked to mail the boxes. If you are interested in doing this very rewarding work, please contact Ellen Keegan, the director at ekeegan3@nycap.rr.com.

Artistry in Stitches: An Exhibit of Needle Art CAPITAL DISTRICT - Come experience the needle art of the NY Capital District Chapter Embroiderer’s Guild. Over 300 works from over 60 members will be displayed. Needlework demonstrations will be presented periodically throughout each day. Docents will be available to answer questions and more. New and

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gently used needlework supplies will be available for sale at our Needlework Closet and baskets from needlework stores will be raffled off. The exhibit is being held at The Carondelet Hospitality Center, 385 Watervliet-Shaker Road, in Latham on May 16-19, 2019: Thursday 10a-6p/ Friday-Sunday 10a-4p. The facility is handicap accessible. Suggested donation $5.00. Come experience and see for yourself what we are all about. We look forward to seeing you there! http:// www.nycapega.org

Free Lunch CORINTH - Holy Mother & Child Catholic Church, 405 Palmer Ave., Corinth, Friday, May 17th from 11:3012:30pm. All are welcomed to attend.

Saratoga County Sundae on the Farm Agricultural Scholarship SARATOGA COUNTY - The Saratoga County Agricultural Promotion Committee will award scholarship(s) of up to $2,000 to Saratoga County two-year, four-year or graduate students pursuing an agricultural degree and career.The award is presented at the Sundae on the Farm celebration on June 16, 2019. Applicant must be: ∙ A resident of Saratoga County, New York ∙ Successfully attending and pursuing an agricultural degree at a college or university ∙ Pursuing an agricultural

career to seek employment in the agricultural industry. Applicant information should include: ∙ Name ∙ Address ∙ Phone ∙ Email address ∙ Name of Parent(s)/ Guardian ∙ Date of Birth ∙ College attending Years completed Major Expected degree and Year to graduate ∙ College advisor name and contact information ∙ Copy of college transcripts ∙ A written essay (500 words or less) describing: Your interest and experience in agriculture ∙ How your educational and career goals relate to the field of agriculture ∙ Your agricultural volunteer experiences. Have you ever volunteered for Sundae on the Farm? Application must be postmarked by May 17, 2019 and mailed to: CCE Saratoga – Ag Promotion Committee, 50 West High St, Ballston Spa, NY 12020 . Recipient will be notified of date and location of Sundae on the Farm; recipient or a family member must attend to accept the scholarship . This scholarship is made possible by all those who volunteer, support and contribute each year to Saratoga County’s Sundae on the Farm

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TO THE QUALIFIED VOTERS OF THE HADLEY‑LUZERNE CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING, BUDGET VOTE AND ELECTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a Public Hearing of the qualified voters of the Hadley-Luzerne Central School District will be held at the Large Group Instructional Room of the Stuart M. Townsend Elementary School, 27 Hyland Drive Lake Luzerne, New York, on Monday, May 13, 2019 at 6:30 p.m., prevailing time for the presentation of the proposed 2019-2020 HLCSD Budget. The budget will be available for review beginning May 7, 2019 at the Hadley-Luzerne Central School District Offices, 27 Hyland Drive Lake Luzerne, New York. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the annual meeting of the qualified voters of the Hadley-Luzerne Central School District, will be held on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 between the hours of 12:00 noon and 8:00 p.m., prevailing time, at the Stuart M. Townsend Elementary School, LGI Room, 27 Hyland Drive, Lake Luzerne, New York, at which time the polls will be opened to voting by machine and/or ballot on the following items: 1. To elect two (2) members to the Board of Education each to a three (3) year term, commencing on July 1, 2019 and expiring on June 30, 2022. The incumbent Board members Susan Hoffman and Gregory Novotarski, whose terms expire on June 30, 2019. 2. To adopt the annual budget of the Hadley Luzerne Central School District for the fiscal year 2019-2020 and to authorize the requisite portion therefore to be raised by taxation on the taxable property of the District. 3.

To adopt the following proposition: PROPOSITION 1 – PURCHASE OF TWO (2) SCHOOL BUSES AND TWO (2) SCHOOL MINI-VANS RESOLVED, that the Board of Education of the Hadley Luzerne Central School District is hereby authorized to purchase two (2) 65 passenger school buses and two (2) school mini-vans at a total cost not to exceed $322,000, and that the sum of $322,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, shall be raised by the levy of a tax upon the taxable property of said School District and collected in annual installments as provided by the Education Law and the Local Finance Law, and in anticipation of such tax, obligations of said School District may be issued. 4.

To transact such other business as may properly come before the meeting pursuant to the Education Law of the State of New York.

The election and budget vote shall be by machine and/or ballot. The hours during which the polls shall be kept open shall be from 12:00 noon to 8:00 p.m. prevailing time or for as long thereafter as necessary to enable qualified voters who are in the polling place at 8:00 p.m. to cast their ballots. AND FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a copy of the statement of the amount of money which will be required to fund the School District’s budget for the 2019-2020 school year, exclusive of public monies, may be obtained by any resident of the District during business hours beginning Tuesday, May 7, 2019 at the School Business Office and the Main Office of each school building between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., prevailing. Copies shall also be available at the Annual District Meeting. AND FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that petitions nominating a candidate for the office of member of the Board of Education to fill two (2) expired terms each for three (3) years, must be filed with the Hadley Luzerne District Clerk at the Superintendent’s office, not later than April 22, 2019 between 11:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Each petition must be directed to the District Clerk, must be signed by at least 25 qualified voters of the District or 2% of the registered voters of the District who voted in the previous annual election, whichever is greater and must state the name and residence of the candidate that shall fill the vacancy “At Large”. Nominating petitions may be obtained at the Office of District Clerk, Stuart M. Townsend Elementary School, 27 Hyland Drive, Lake Luzerne, during regular school hours. AND FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, applications for absentee ballots for election of Board Members and voting on the budget and propositions may be applied for at the Office of the District Clerk between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays. Completed applications must be received by the District Clerk by May 13, 2019 if the ballot is to be mailed to the voter, or May 20, 2019, if the ballot is to be delivered personally to the voter. Absentee ballots must be received by the District Clerk not later than 5:00 p.m. on May 21, 2019. A list of all persons to whom absentee ballots have been issued will be available in the office of the District Clerk at the Stuart M. Townsend Elementary School, on each of the five days prior to the day of the election, except Sunday, May 19, 2019, and only by appointment on Saturday, May 18, 2019. Any qualified voter may challenge the acceptance of the ballot of any person on such list, by making his/her challenge and reasons therefore known to the Chief Inspector of Election before the close of the polls. AND FURTHER NOTICE IS GIVEN, that personal registration of voters is required pursuant to Section 2014 of the Education Law. If a voter has already registered pursuant to Section 2014 of the Education Law, and has voted at an annual or special district meeting within the last four (4) calendar years, he or she is eligible to vote at this election; if a voter is registered and eligible to vote under Article 5 of the Election Law, he or she is also eligible to vote at this election. All other persons who wish to vote must register. The Board of Registration will meet for the purpose of registering all qualified voters of the District pursuant to Education Law at the District Office, Stuart M. Townsend Elementary School, 27 Hyland Drive on May 13, 2019 between the hours of 12:00 pm and 3:30 pm to add any additional names to the Register to be used at the aforesaid election, at which time any person will be entitled to have his or her name placed on the Register, provided that at such meeting of the Board of Registration, the prospective voter is known or proven to the satisfaction of the Board of Registration to be then or thereafter entitled to vote at such election for which the register is prepared. The Register so prepared pursuant to Section 2014 of the Education Law shall be filed in the Office of the District Clerk and will be open for inspection by any qualified voter of the District, on each of five days prior to the day of the election, except Sunday, May 19, 2019, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., prevailing time and by appointment on Saturday, May 18, 2019, and at the polling place on the day of the vote. AND FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to Section 2014 of the Education Law of the State of New York, the Board of Registration will meet May 13, 2019, 12:00 pm -3:30 pm, prevailing time, at the Stuart M. Townsend Elementary School in the Town of Lake Luzerne, Warren County, New York, to prepare the Register of the School District to be used at any special district meetings that may be held after the preparation of said Register, or placed on such Register provided that at such meeting of said Board of Registration he/she is known or proven to the satisfaction of such Board of Registration to be then or thereafter entitled to vote at the school election for which said Register is prepared, or any special district meeting held after May 21, 2019. AND FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that pursuant to a rule adopted by the Board of Education in accordance with Sections 2035 and 2008 of the Education law, any referenda or propositions to amend the budget, or otherwise to be submitted for voting at said vote and election, must be filed with the Board of Education at the Hadley-Luzerne Central School District on or before April 22, 2019 at 5:00 p.m., prevailing time; must be typed or printed in the English language; must be directed to the Clerk of the School District; must be signed by twenty-five (25) qualified voters, or 5% of the registered voters of the District who voted in the previous annual election of Board members, whichever is greater; and must state the name and residence of each signer. 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Adirondack Folk School Schedule for May 17-23, 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 May 17 - Glycerin Soap with Christine Eberhardt. #1366-0517. 1 day. 9:00am-4:30pm. Tuition $105. Member Tuition $85. Materials fee $35. NOTE: Please bring a 4-6 gallon ceramic crock pot and an apron. Friday May 17 - Introduction to Cold Process Soap Making with Roberta Devers-Scott. #1382-0517. 1 evening. 6pm-9pm. Tuition $55. Member Tuition $45. Materials fee $15. NOTE: Please wear a long-sleeve shirt and bring a washed out and clean 1/2-gallon paper milk carton. Saturday May 18 - Paddle Making with Caleb Davis. #1333-0518. 1 day.

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Sunday May 19 - Rugs from Rags...and More! with Caroline Dvorak. #13560519. 1 day. 9am-4pm. Tuition $130. Member Tuition $110. Materials fee $20. Sunday May 19 - Beginning Bluegrass Banjo with Mac Petrequin. #13220519. 1/2 day. 1pm-4pm. Tuition $55. Member Tuition $45. Materials fee $0. Thursday May 23 Warm Weather Healthy Living with Herbs with Amy Cason. #1394-0523. 1 day. 9am-4pm. Tuition $105. Member Tuition $85. Materials fee $45.

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

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Saratoga/Wilton Elks Lodge Presents a BBQ Picnic Dinner SARATOGA/WILTON BBQ Chicken, Pulled Pork, Macaroni Salad, Potato Salad, Cole Slaw, Baked Beans, Rolls and Butter, Dessert, Coffee and Tea. Wednesday May 22, 2019. 4:30-6:30 pm. Donation Requested: $12.00 Adults; $11.00 Seniors (62 years) and Military (Active/Retired with ID Card); $8.00 Children 5-12 ; Children Under 5 Free. $12.00 All Takeouts. Cash Bar Available. 1 Elks Lane, Rt. 9, Saratoga Springs.


Moreau Lake State Park Events Moreau Kayak Trip GANSEVOORT - May 18, 2019 & May 24, 2019. 1:00p.m.-3:00p.m. Spring is here, come learn kayaking with us! This wonderful spring time paddle is a wonderful way to learn a new fun way to spend time outside. The Park Naturalist will lead this beginner’s paddle around the lake pointing out signs of spring and other wonderful sights that are more enjoyable from an up-close perspective given by a kayak. Reservations are required with 24 hours advanced notice, please call 518-793-0511. Please meet and pay at the park office.

Lake Bonita Hike GANSEVOORT - May 21, 2019 & May 25, 2019. 2:00p.m.-4:00p.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 518793-0511. Please meet and pay at the park office. Rating: Beginner.

Lake Bonita to Lake Ann GANSEVOORT - May 28, 2019. 10:00a.m.-1:00p.m. A Park Educator will lead this hike through part of the woods over at Lake Bonita to Lake Ann. This is a bit of a longer hike but on rather flat land with some ups and downs. This hike will take us about 2.5 miles one way to a beautiful bog. There is a lean to at Lake Ann that we can stop and have lunch at. Make sure to bring some water. Please call for reservations with 24 hours advanced notice, 518-7930511. We will meet and pay at the park office. Rating: Moderate.

Monthly Program of Glens Falls-Saratoga Chapter of Adirondack Mountain Club GLENS FALLS Wednesday, May 22, 2019. Crandall Public Library, “Tanzania: Land of beauty, magnificent safari & conservation parks, spectacular scenery & friendly people”. Presented by Betsy & Bob Birchenough. Free. 7 pm. For more info: Sarah King at programs@adk-gfs.org

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Atkinson Family Band at Little Theater on the Farm FORT EDWARD Sunday, May 19th, 2 pm Little Theater on the Farm presents the awesome Atkinson Family Band. Hailing from Harrisville, NY, on the Tug Hill Plateau, the Atkinson Family Band are a bluegrass band with a refreshing sound from the Adirondack Mountains. Band members are Dick Atkinson - banjo, vocals, guitar, songwriter, chief recording engineer; Shelene Atkinson - guitar, vocals, songwriter;

Liza Atkinson - lead and harmony vocals, mandolin, guitar, songwriter; Sara Atkinson - stand up bass, vocals; Dave Bevins - dobro, composer. Little Theater on the Farm is located at 27 Plum Rd. Fort Edward, NY. Recommended donation, adults $10, students and seniors (60+) ,$7 Refreshments and 50/50, baked goods raffle available. Check out the Atkinson Family here: http://www.atkinsonfamilymusic.com/ For details and links to musicians visit our website: www. littletheater27.org or call 518-747-3421

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AROUND YOUR COMMUNITY 10th Charity Golf Tournament CORINTH - Sponsored by Knights of Columbus To Honor: Joseph V. Grono and Benefit: “Community Crisis Fund” Date Change: Saturday, July 27th at Brookhaven Golf Course, South Corinth, NY (18 holes), Tee off: 9am; Shotgun start - Four person scramble. Teams should register by July 17, 2019. Entry fee per golfer: $90; Brookhaven Members $80. Make checks payable to “Community Crisis Fund”. Tournament includes:

Hole In One - $10,000 prize, skins (no surcharge), Team Prizes, Longest Drive Prize, Closet to Line & Pins Prizes, Refreshments on the Turn, Banquet in the The Full Course Restaurant, Door Prizes, 50/50 Drawing. For more details & info call Tim Murphy 518-6542083.

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Covered Bridge? Shares on still available for $25. What a wonderful way to commemorate the loss of a loved one or wish someone a happy birthday or just to honor them. Send your request to the Edinburg Historical Society, PO Box 801, Northville, NY 12134. Historic Edinburg Day will be held on Saturday, July 13. The Society will be selling potato and macaroni salads and baked beans along with their annual bake sale. If you would like to contribute baked goods, salads or baked beans call Claudette at 518 863-4844. Crafters are needed for the Edinburg Fall Festival being held on Saturday, September 28. Applications are available on the web site or call George and Andrea Blackwood at 518 863-6772.

League of Women Voters of Saratoga County Online Guide for School District Elections SARATOGA COUNTY - The League of Women Voters of Saratoga County has produced an online guide for voters for the School District Elections. Voters can access it by going to the League website, www.lwvsaratoga.org and selecting from the list of School District elections. In addition, information is provided for each district such as hours the polls are open, whether absentee ballots are available, and if registration is required to vote. Voters may also go to www.vote411.org, enter their address, and see which races and referenda are also on their ballots. Most of the candidates in the county who are seeking election positions agreed to participate in the On-line Guide this year, providing voters with biographical information,

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and answers to questions posed by LWV Saratoga County. However, there were a few school districts which would not provide contact information for their candidates so we were unable to reach the candidates. Any school board candidates who were not contacted and who wish to participate may contact the League of Women Voters at lwvsaratoga@aol.com for assistance in completing the guide. All of this information is part of the League of Women Voters of the US voter information website, www.vote411.org which is a valuable resource for all voters for all elections. Information can be found here on absentee voting, information about voting machines, military and overseas voting, assistance for voters with disabilities, voting hours, and ID needed for voting, as well as links to the NY State Board of Elections. Information will be posted in June for the Primary Elections .

Wild Edibles Program WARRENSBURG - Cornell Cooperative Extension of Warren County will be presenting a program on Wild Edibles on Saturday, May 18th from 9am-4pm at the CCE Education Center in Warrensburg. Cost will be $20 per person. What wild plants are able to be safely eaten? Are certain parts of plants safer than others? What about the timing of harvesting? This interactive class, open to the general public, will cover identification, harvest, and preparation techniques of a number of safely edible wild plants. Please note that this class will be held, rain or shine, so make sure to dress accordingly!

Participants should plan to pack a lunch. Registration is required and can be done by calling the CCE office at: 518-668-4881 or via email: mem467@ cornell.edu.

2019 Spring Auto Show at Saratoga Automobile Museum SARATOGA SPRINGS - 518-587-1935. www. saratogaautomuseum. org - Join the Saratoga Automobile Museum for our Annual Spring Auto Show in the historic Saratoga Spa State Park on Saturday, May 18 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m (rain date is Sunday, May 19). While all cars, motorcycles and trucks are welcome we will be featuring “Cars of the 1960’s!” We will also be debuting the fully restored Hoffman Car Wash/Jiffy Lube Model T! Hope to see you there - preregistration is only $10 per car!

Attention: Jr Golfers, Parents & Guardians CAPITAL DISTRICT - C2019 Capital District Area N.Y.S. “FUN”. Elks Junior Golf Qualifier for Boys and Girls ages 12 to 18 * July 16, 2019 – www. eaglecrestgolf.com/events. Look for details and download an application. Possibly play 3 rounds of golf for qualifiers for $30. Go to the Summer Jr Golf PGA Schedule at http:// nenypgajr.bluegolf.com

Columbia High Class of 1964 55th Class Reunion Save The Date CAPITAL DISTRICT - Friday, September 6, 2019 at Quigleys Restaurant, East Greenbush. 6 to 11pm. Call Valerie Figel Femia 518-477-7839 or Sharon DeJong Romer 518-477-6619.


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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.

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Brothers Neil, left, and Bill Peck talk with Laurie Poltynski, director of customer community management at National Grid, at their dairy farm on Thursday in Schuylerville. National Grid has suggested investing in equipment that could help ease the cost for the Pecks if they agree to turn their cows’ manure into natural gas.

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has become in the global economy, it’s surprising to learn that the Pecks are also considering entering into a new venture that involves their farm: natural gas production. The Pecks won’t be fracking or digging for natural gas on their farm. In fact, they can find a natural gas source right under their feet: in the manure that the 1,000 cows they own produce every day. Every one of the farm’s dairy cows eats 115 pounds of feed and 30 gallons of water a day and in turn produces roughly 10 gallons of milk daily. So where does the rest of that food and water go? Each cow also produces about 15 gallons of manure per day, all of which is collected into the farm’s manure lagoon before it is spread out on the farm’s fields by truck. The cost of spreading the manure out on the fields and ensuring that the farm complies with its environmental permits is costly -- about $350,000 a year. So when National Grid officials came to the Peck brothers and suggested they could make extra money turning their manure into natural gas, they listened. The process isn’t cheap or easy, and requires construction of an on-site “digester” that helps turn the manure into methane, which can be used to make electricity. If it is cleaned further, it can be sold as natural gas to utilities like National Grid. “You’re making another product that has value,” Bill Peck said. The Peck brothers haven’t decided yet if they will get into the biogas business. But National Grid recently completed a $4 million, compressed natural gas station in the town of Moreau where the utility can

“inject” natural gas into its gas transmission network during periods of peak demand. The Moreau CNG station is part of a larger, $70 million gas pipeline project that has been proposed by the utility. Called the “Albany Loop,” the project is designed to add reliability and redundancy to the utility’s natural gas network. David Zielinski, National Grid’s director of gas instrumentation and regulation for New York state, said the Moreau station was built in part in Saratoga County with the thought that one day it could be used as a convenient place for methane gas produced by local farmers to be injected into National Grid’s transmission network, a move that would help reduce the utility’s reliance on fossil fuels. “It’s easily conceivable that we could use it for renewable natural gas as well,” Zielinski said. Of course, the Pecks aren’t sure yet if they can afford all the equipment that would be needed to make natural gas from manure, including a “scrubber” that would clean the methane gas before it could be used in National Grid’s system. The entire cost would be in the range of millions of dollars. The Pecks say they have been approached by some energy investors who have suggested that their farm could team up with other local farms to share the equipment, but nothing is concrete. National Grid has suggested that it could perhaps buy a scrubber and locate it at the Moreau CGN station. “We’re contemplating should we be investing in the scrubbers,” said Laurie Poltynski, National Grid’s eastern New York regional executive, “so we can take that burden off the farmers.” lrulison@timesunion­.com - 518-4545504 - @larryrulison


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Regional Folk Legend Dan Berggren to Play Free Concert at the Adirondack Folk School

LAKE LUZERNE Adirondack Folk School. 51 Main Street Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-2400 www. adirondackfolkschool.org The Touba Family Foundation has given a grant to the Adirondack Folk School to provide live performances at the school during the year. These cultural events are free, and all are welcome! We’ll start the ball rolling with a concert by the beloved, amazing Dan Berggren, musician, educator, Adirondack folk singer and songwriter, on Thursday evening, May 23 at 6:00PM! Dan has been featured nationally on public radio and television. He is Adirondack born and raised but has entertained all over the country and abroad with his unique style that captures the spirit of our mountain home. We hope you will join us for a wonderful evening!

National Poppy Day CAPITAL DISTRICT - National Poppy Day is Friday, May 24, 2019. In 2017, The American Legion brought National Poppy Day to the United States by asking Congress to designate the Friday before Memorial Day, as National Poppy Day®. The American Legion Auxiliary asks that everyone wear a red poppy to honor the fallen and support the living who have worn our nation’s uniform. We ask that Memorial Day weekend not be the unofficial beginning of summer, but time to remember those who have given their lives in the cause of justice, freedom, and democracy. The Poppy is a nationally recognized symbol of sacrifice worn by Americans since World War I to honor those who served

and died for our country in all wars. It reminds us of the sacrifices made by our veterans while protecting our freedoms. National Poppy Day is a strong renewal of our nation’s commitment to a powerful reminder of the cost of our freedom. The red poppy became the symbol of the blood shed during battle following the publication of “In Flanders Fields” written by Lt. Col. John McCrae, M.D. while serving on the front lines during WWI. In 1918, Moina (mo-eena) Michael, who became known as the “Poppy Lady”, wrote on the back of an envelope: And now the Torch and Poppy Red We wear in honor of our dead. Fear not that ye have died for naught; We’ll teach the lesson that ye wrought In Flanders Fields. The American Legion Auxiliary distributes handmade poppies annually for a donation, to assist our programs for veteran outreach programs. Students may participate in learning about the memorial poppy and what it stands for through our Poppy Poster Contests and our Miss Poppy Contests.

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GLENS FALLS - The Southern Adirondack Audubon Society will present “Night Moves: Natural History of Adirondack Flying Squirrels” on Wednesday, May 29, at 7 p.m. in the Crandall Library, Glens Falls, N.Y. Naturalist educator Charlotte Demers will discuss the two species of flying squirrels that inhabit the Adirondack Park and the important role they play in our ecosystem. Demers has worked as a biologist at the Newcomb Campus of the College of Environmental Science and

Concert at The Studio GREENFIELD - May 25th at The Studio, 147 Wilton Rd Greenfield, a concert of local musicians featuring; TnT Acoustic Duo, AC 4:8, Plan-T and Friends with a set by special guest Angelina Valenti. The event 4:00-8:00+, food and refreshments will be available. The cost is $10 for studio seats, $5 for lawn, 12 and under are free. This is a community event to promote local music and the Studio. Hope to see you there!

2019 Memorial Day Ceremony at GBHS Saratoga National Cemetery CAPITAL DISTRICT 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.

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 Books for Troops, now in its 10th year. - Ellen Keegan and Books for Troops Volunteers

Rochmon Record Club Listening Party: Eagles “Hotel California” CAPITAL DISTRICT - On Thursday May 30 at 6:30 The Rochmon Record Club will converge to listen, learn about and discuss the classic 1976 album “Hotel California” by the Eagles at The Linda, WAMC’s Performing Arts Studio 339 Central Ave., Albany. Tickets are available online at www. thelinda.org The Listening Party begins at 7:30 pm with a live audio & video presentation by Chuck Vosganian aka “Rochmon”. A Rochmon Record Club Listening

Party is meant to inform and deepen our understanding of the history of the individual performers, the songs and the stories that made this iconic album. By listening together we get to hear the album again for the first time. The Linda’s kitchen will be open for light food and drinks. Tickets are available online at www. thelinda.org The Rochmon Record Club is presented by Universal Preservation Hall. The Rochmon Record Club is held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at Caffe’ Lena (caffelena. org) in Saratoga Springs and the last Thursday of the month at The Linda (thelinda.org) in Albany, programming varies by location, please check websites for tickets and show information or go to Rochmon.com for more information.

Capital District Jazz Presents Jazz Concert with Trifecta: Wayne Hawkins, Dave Gleason & Rob Lindquist SARATOGA SPRINGS - Thursday, May 30 at 7:30 PM. Spring St Gallery, 110 Spring St., Saratoga Springs. Tickets: $15.00 https://www. brownpapertickets.com/ event/4077033 Jazz at the Spring is continuing its mission to introduce new groups and music to the Capital District by presenting the new piano trio Trifecta on Thursday May 30th. What is a jazz piano trio?

Piano bass and drums, right? Well think again. . .how about three pianos? When Capital Region pianists Rob Lindquist and Dave Gleason, who have known each other from their student days at the Crane School of Music, met Wayne Hawkins, a recent transplant from Kansas City, they realized they were kindred musical spirits, and Trifecta was the result. These three seasoned piano players take the stage simultaneously to navigate the complexities of the piano as they delve into the Jazz repertoire. Jazz at the Spring is held the last Thursday of each month at the Spring Street Gallery, Saratoga Springs, and is sponsored by Capital District Jazz, Ltd. (CDJ) a 501(c)3 not-forprofit organization formed by practitioners and fans who love jazz music. CDJ is offering a number of free tickets for youth age 17 and under. If you are interested in obtaining a free ticket please inquire via email info@cdjazz.org. Tickets are available in advance at: brown paper tickets: https://www. brownpapertickets.com/ event/4077033

Saratoga Retired Teachers Meeting CAPITAL DISTRICT - Saratoga Retired Teachers will meet on Monday, June 3, at noon at Longfellows Restaurant, 500 Union Avenue (Rte. 9P), Saratoga Springs. For membership information and luncheon reservations, call 518-587-5356.

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Southern Saratoga Garden Club Plant and Bake Sale SARATOGA COUNTY - The Southern Saratoga Garden Club will hold its annual Plant and Bake Sale on Fri. May 31 from 9AM till 3PM at 8 Berkshire Dr., Sherwood Forest, Clifton Park, NY. The sale will feature a wide variety of shade and sun perennials, named specimen hostas (mini, small, medium and large), handcrafted garden ornaments as well as planters, tools and garden deco. An array of homemade baked goods will also be sold. The sale provides a scholarship for a Shenendehowa graduate continuing their education in any area of horticulture or environmental studies and also a gift to Wiawaka Women’s Retreat at Lake George. A $5 picnic lunch will be served on the lawn starting at 11:30.

Attention Capital District: PGA Travelers Championship Bus Trip to the Final Sunday Round is on June 23, 2019 CAPITAL DISTRICT Join the Rotterdam Elks for another memorable Sunday at the Travelers Championship PGA golf tournament on June 23rd. Bubba Watson will not only will defend his title win from last year but will be looking for his 4th career win at River Highlands in Cromwell, CT. Last year, Bubba

expressed his affection for the tournament with a $200K donation to the major charity, the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp. The overall amount of money raised from this one tournament in 2018 was $2M. “Let Wade Tours Do The Driving.” Ride with us to Cromwell, CT via coach, stopping along the way at the Springfield Elks and Hartford Elks Lodges for breakfast and dinner respectively. Once at the tournament, enjoy great food, beverage and fun activities alongside the golf. The tournament welcomes children ages 15 and under for free with a ticketed adult. Complimentary admission is also offered to Active Military, Reserve and Retired Military as well as Military Veterans – and these guests are invited to visit the Patriots’ Outpost Hospitality Tent for free food and beverage. A computer link must be filled out for our special military guests. Trip pricing for nonmilitary is $115 but for Vet related families will be $85 each for them since they are awarded a free ticket. 15 or younger will also be $80. All proceeds will go to Cerebral Palsy at the “Center for Disability” which is the NYS Elks Major Project. Call Chairman Paul Ungerland at (518) 3840221 to reserve your seat with payment. We will board the bus at 7:30 AM leaving at 8:00 AM from the Rotterdam Elks Lodge. Deadline is May 23, 2019. Tickets will go fast. Early commitments

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to this year’s Travelers Championship already include five players currently ranked in the top 15 in the world: Brooks Koepka, Justin Thomas, Bryson DeChambeau, Francesco Molinari and Tony Finau. Please email me with your intentions at pungerland@msn.com. I’ll send you a form to fill out with payment for your spot on the bus. There is limited seating.

Vendors Needed for Spring Into Summer Malta Marketplace CAPITAL DISTRICT - The Malta Department of Parks and Recreation is announcing the date for their Spring Into Summer Malta Marketplace as Saturday, June 1, 2019 from 9:00am3:00pm. Vendors selling art, handcrafts, seasonal products and more are being sought for this lovely indoor/ outdoor market at the Malta Community Center, 1 Bayberry Drive in Malta. Outdoor space fee is $40 each and indoor space fee is $50 each . Call 518-899-4411 or visit www. MaltaParksRec.com for a show application.

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2019 Hearts for the Arts Dinner and Silent Auction

LAKE GEORGE - We are delighted to announce that the Adirondack Folk School will be hosting its Tenth Annual Hearts for the Arts Dinner and Silent Auction!! The school hasn’t reached its tenth anniversary yet, but the event has!! Hearts for the Arts was the fund-raising kick-off before the school opened, and it is still going strong! We sincerely hope you will join us this year for a trip down memory lane, some good fun, “oldies and goldies” from Jukebox Jim, the BEST silent auction in the Adirondacks (we have already received some fabulous contributions!!!) and of course a delicious dinner. This year we are delighted to be honoring Mr. Gene Merlino, Town Supervisor of Lake Luzerne, as our Mandle Family Patron of the Arts recipient. Gene has been a steadfast supporter of the Folk School, and we hope all who know him and the good work he does will join us in honoring him on this night. Please call the school at (518) 696-2400 to reserve your seat and to choose your dinner entrée: Beef Medallions, Chicken Piccata, Glazed Broiled Salmon or Cheese Tortellini Primavera. The party will be at the Lake George Holiday Inn Resort and we hear that the new chef will delight, from the cocktail hour (cash bar) to the sitdown dinner. All dinners include house salad, rolls,

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coffee, tea and cheesecake with a strawberry drizzle for dessert! Entrees are served with a selection of vegetables, roasted potatoes or rice pilaf. The Silent Auction will remain open all evening. Attire is business casual. If you have an item crafted by your talent or representative of your business that you would like to donate to the auction, please let us know!! We would be delighted and grateful!! Saturday June 1, 2019. 5:30 – 9:30 pm. Lake George Holiday Inn Resort - 2223 Canada Street Route 9, Lake George, NY 12845. Cost $65 for members and $75 for not-yet members. Reservations Required by May 26, 2019 (518) 696-2400.

First Presbyterian Church of Ballston Spa Offering Vendor Spaces BALLSTON SPA - First Presbyterian Church of Ballston Spa (22 West High St.) is offering vendor spaces for the Ballston Spa Village Wide Garage Sale on Saturday, June 8. Indoors! No need to worry about weather. Located right in the center of town with the most garage sale traffic. $25 without table. $40 with 8’ table. Applications available on the church website https:// ballstonpresby.org/ or from the church. Deadline is May 31.

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Theatre Productions has announced the Lake George Dinner Theater’s 2019 season. The first production of THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES is a hilarious send-up of the Arthur Conan Doyle classic and will run July 11 to August 31st. The second production, LUNCH WITH MRS. BASKIN, is a delightful comedy by Sam Bobrick and will run September 12- October 19. The productions’ venue is at the Holiday Inn Resort in beautiful Lake George, located at 2223 Canada Street Lake George, New York. Lake Theatre Productions, a new not-for-profit since 2016, is celebrating its 52nd year. Lake George Dinner Theater boasts being one of only 10 professional dinner theaters in the country. There are four entrées to choose from, with vegetarian and gluten-free options available – all served with salad, rolls, vegetables, roasted red potatoes, dessert, and coffee or hot tea. With a capacity of 115, this intimate setting guarantees everyone has a great view of the stage. Early Bird discount tickets are available through June 1, 2019 at LakeTheatreProductions. com. or by calling the Administrative Office at (518) 668-5762 ext. 411. Discounts are available for seniors, groups, tours or military service veterans. With lunch shows Tuesday through Thursdays, and dinner shows Wednesday through Saturday, there is a preferred performance time for everyone to enjoy some comedic relief! by Jeff Scherer

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If you’re ready to join a highly competitive and sophisticated fabricator with a family feel, then Stone Bridge Iron & Steel is for you. We offer a competitive wage and excellent benefit package including; paid time off, health and dental coverage, 401k and pension plan. Apply in person to complete an application or send resume to: Stone Bridge Iron & Steel, Inc. Attn: Human Resources, 426 Purinton Road, Gansevoort, NY 12831 personnel@stonebridgeiron.com • www.stonebridgeiron.com

THE VILLAGE OF CORINTH

Mason Laborer, must have transportation, not afraid to work, pay based on exp. Call Willie (518) 696-3914. SHIPPING PLATFORM COMPANY has PT opening. Pay starts at $11.10/hour with piece rate opportunity to earn up to $17/hour. 518-654-9884

is accepting applications for full time Motor Equipment Operators (MEO). Duties include the safe and efficient operation of various equipment and the performance of other manual tasks relating to the Dept. of Public Works. Applicant must possess a CDL license or be eligible to acquire one within 6 months of hire. Full job description is available at www.villageofcorinthny.com Starting pay rate is $ 16.60 per hour with a June 1 hire date. The Village offers a comprehensive benefits package including membership in the NYS Retirement System. Interested parties may fill out an application or submit a resume to the Village Clerk/Treasurer, 244 Main Street, Corinth, NY 12822 ; by email: clerk@ villageofcorinthny.com or by fax (518) 654-6202.

NOW HIRING Warehouse Specialists ON SITE

JOB FAIR

EVERY THURSDAY 1:00PM - 4:00PM

Hiring for full time; part time & seasonal positions earn an additional $1 per hour. Work while your kids are in school, nights, weekends-flexible part time schedules. We are also hiring for full-time Class A CDL Drivers! High reach truck experience? Receive $1 premium pay! We offer 1st, 2nd and 3rd shift positions with opportunity to earn extra cash with our incentive programs on top of wages of $14.75/hour for 1st shift; $15.50/hour for 2nd shift & $15.75/hour for 3rd shift. Full benefits after 90 days! Tuition Assistance after 6 months! 401K options with company match

Apply online at: acehardware.com ACE HARDWARE WILTON RSC 55 NORTHERN PINES RD. • GANSEVOORT, NY 12831 518-580-9870


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