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Town of Colonie Announces 2019 Town Board Meetings NEWTONVILLE - The Colonie Town Board will meet twice each month during 2019 as listed below. All meetings begin at 7 p.m. The Organizational Meeting is a regular Town Board meeting conducted for the purpose of organizing the Town of Colonie’s activities for the year 2019. The 2019 Town Board meetings will be held on the following dates, each of which falls on a Thursday. July 11 and 25; August 8 and 22; September 12 and 26; October 10 and 24; November 7 and 21; December 5 and 19. Agendas for each regularly scheduled meeting will be available online at www.colonie.org the afternoon of the Wednesday preceding each meeting. (Click on the “Meetings/ Agendas” link at the top of the page.) Minutes are available online shortly after each meeting by clicking on “Town Board Minutes” at www.colonie. org/attorney. All Colonie Town Board meetings are open to the public. They are held in the Main Hearing Room on the first floor of Memorial Town Hall, 534 New Loudon Road, Latham, New York, 12110. The dates for the 2019 regular Town Board meetings were set forth in Resolution 528 for 2018, adopted unanimously by the full Town Board on December 20, 2018.
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Estate Attorney who admitted stealing over $2M is disbarred Court: Hessberg showed a clear disregard for fate By: STAFF REPORT
ALBANY - A Slingerlands estate attorney who admitted last month to stealing more than $2 million from his employer and at least 10 clients was disbarred Thursday. Albert Hessberg III was first admitted to practice
law in New York in 1982. But on Thursday, the same court that admitted him -- the state Supreme Court Appellate Division’s Third Judicial Department -- ordered him disbarred, citing his failure to cooperate with an investigation into misappropriated client funds. According to the disbarment order filed Thursday, the court noted that Hessberg had “demonstrated
a clear disregard for his fate as an attorney.” The 64-year-old was a third-generation attorney who had worked since 1981 for the regional law firm Barclay Damon, handling trusts and estate cases. He was fired from the job in the spring of 2018 and later charged with mail and wire fraud. Federal prosecutors said Hessberg for more than a decade stole money
from clients and his firm. In one instance, Hessberg was accused of stealing a $314,000 estate left by a former client’s widow -- depriving her children and grandchildren of the trust he was supposed to have set up in the event of her death. He pleaded guilty last month to the fraud counts, as well as to filing false tax returns, and is expected Please see DISBARRED 16
Interfaith Clergy gain recruits to fight hate Schenectady religious group offers counter narrative to bigots By: MALLORY MOENCH
Schenectady Rabbi Matthew Cutler grew up believing anti-Semitism was dead. But after the 2016 presidential election, swastikas began appearing around the Capital Region -- spray-painted on a Schenectady home, a Saratoga Springs culvert and an Esperance church. Cutler recounted stories of middle-schoolers greeting each other with Nazi salutes, a kid afraid to get on the bus because students played a game “kick the Jew,” and pennies were thrown at a Jewish child because others said, “you like money.” “The level of hate has changed radically,” Cutler said in his booklined office at the Gates of Heaven Synagogue in Schenectady. Not only against Jews, he added, but targeting Muslims, people of color, and LGBTQ folks. “Many different groups were finding a rise in level of anxiety, a rise in Mechanicville
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Your Home TJ Smith Memorial Fund 14th Annual Golf Fundraiser CAPITAL DISTRICT - The fund was started in the memory of TJ Smith,who died too young in a skiing accident. He was an avid skier who spent many winters teaching children and adults how to ski. He was an outstanding person, one who was always kind and generous and willing to go the extra mile to help others. His death was a tragic one and the Smith family will always remember him and want to keep his memory going by donating in his name. The proceeds of this tournament will be donated to the Multiple
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Your Home Vendors Sought For Carrot Festival CAPITAL DISTRICT Crafter and vendor table space is available for the 41st annual Carrot Festival scheduled for Sunday, September 8 from 10:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., rain or shine. It will be held at Congregation Agudat Achim, located at 2117 Union Street, Niskayuna. The Carrot Festival also includes: entertainment throughout the day including a special afternoon concert by The Refrigerators, an extensive children’s area, food and “famous” carrot cakes, a farmer’s market with locally grown produce (from Schoharie County) a community service tent, a “touch-a-truck” area and a pet adoption clinic. For more information, please visit the Carrot Festival’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook. com/CarrotFestival/, or visit http://www.agudatachim.com/carrot-festival. Please contact the Agudat Achim office at (518) 393-9211 for more information or send a message to carrotfestcrafters@ gmail.com.
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Shalom Food Pantry Fundraising Event DELMAR - The Shalom Food Pantry is holding a family and community focused fundraising event, June 30, 2019 - the Battle of the BBQs. from 2:00 5:00 PM at 393 Delaware Avenue, Delmar, NY. Six teams will compete for the title of “Ultimate Kosher
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AROUND YOUR COMMUNITY Crafts and Antiques Vendors Wanted CAPITAL DISTRICT - The Saratoga County Historical Society at Brookside Museum in Ballston Spa is holding a craft and antique fair. Seeking vendors of handmade crafts, antique/historic collectibles and farm products. Saturday, July 13. 10am-4pm. Contact Beth Silvestri for more infor (518) 885-4000 or email@example.com
2019 Pruyn House Fairy House / Gnome Home / MiniWorld Competition Announced LATHAM - The Pruyn House is delighted to announce a Fairy House / Gnome Home / MiniWorld competition! Have you always wanted to build a Fairy House or a Gnome Home? How about your own Mini-World for your favorite toys? If you have, Pruyn House, 207 Old Niskayuna Road, Latham NY 12110 is having a Summer Contest!!! This contest is open to all – children, families, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, local artists – all are invited! Spend the summer designing your Fairy House, Gnome Home or Mini-World. The only requirement is that it be weather-proof as it will be outside. It can be vertical, horizontal, or hanging. Use your imagination! Bring your house to the Pruyn House on Wednesday, August 14th at 7:00 pm. Our panel of judges will vote for their favorites! There will be prizes and ice cream!!! We will then find just the right spot for your House to spend the summer here. For more details and photos to get your imag-
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Musicians of Ma’alwyck 20th Anniversary Celebratory Event Glimmerglass & Hyde Hall Bus Trip CAPITAL DISTRICT Sunday, August 18, 2019. Includes: Round trip to Cooperstown in luxury coach. Pre-show talk. Matinee ticket for opera The Ghosts of Versailles*. Catered dinner picnic at Hyde Hall. Private tour of historic Hyde Hall. Champagne toast. Musicians of Ma’alwyck Civil War concert. Tickets $195. Depart from SCCC parking lot at 10:30am. Arrive at opera around 11:45, eat on your own (bring a picnic or buy a variety of types of lunches or snacks there), attend opera pre-talk at 12:00; watch Ghosts of Ver-sailles, at end of opera board bus for 5 minute ride over to Hyde Hall. Group splits into two, one does tour of Hyde while the other eats a picnic dinner (provided by MofM), then flip around, champagne toast, then MofM Civil War concert, done by 8:15 en route by 8:30 home to SCCC parking lot by 9:30. http://musiciansofmaalwyck.org - 814-441-0852
“Become a Young Aviator” STEM Classes CAPITAL DISTRICT - Registration is now open for the annual Summer STEM Aviation Classes for kids from Monday August 19 to Friday August 23 from 8:30 am – 12 pm at the Empire State Aerosciences Museum, 250 Rudy Chase Drive in Glenville, NY. Classes are in con-
junction with Schenectady County Community College and the Empire State Aerosciences Museum. Students’ ages 8 – 10 will be offered “Becoming a Young Aviator”; students from 11-12 years old will be offered “Tween Aviators” and those students 14-17 years old will be offered “Aviation for Teens – Aviation Engineers in Training”. All classes will be hands-on with students learning about the history of aviation, the forces of flight, how airplanes fly (thrust, lift, drag and flight control), use a flight simulator and have an opportunity to interact with guest speakers such as a Naval Aviator, a member of the Civil Air Patrol and others. The older students will plan a “flight mission” alongside mentors. All students will have an opportunity to work with the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Chapter 602 to become Junior EAA members, which includes a half hour flight. For more information, please call (518) 377-2191.
Crafters & Vendors Wanted For Fall Fair GLENVILLE - Centre Glenville United Methodist Church. Corner of Sacandaga and Bolt Roads. 5th Annual Fall Craft/ Vendor Fair Sept. 28; 10-4pm. Fee $35.00; INSIDE SOLD OUT; outside room for 40 10x10. This is our fifth year and each year we have grown our vendor participation. Last year’s fair, in spite of some steep competition, was double the size from the previous year! Our local girl scouts have always sponsored a bake sale and we will set up a “Chuck Wagon” to serve a variety of hot and cold menu items throughout the day. We are looking into adding additional “attractions”
for 2019 to draw even more patrons. We hope to see some of the same vendors from years past and look forward to meeting new entrepreneurs as well. For more information please visit us our website: www. centreglenvilleUMC.org/ vendor-fair
Colonie Central High School Class of 1977 60th Birthday Party Celebration CAPITAL DISTRICT - Saturday, September 21, 2019 at Cook Park, Colonie. Food, beverages, dessert & DJ. $35.00 per person, reservations required. All are welcome to share memories and make new ones. Deadline Saturday, August 24, 2019. Contact 518-371-8849 for more information.
Columbia High School 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.
Crescendo Classic – Burnt Hills Oratorio Society CAPITAL DISTRICT –The Burnt Hills Oratorio Society (BHOS) is pleased to announce its first annual golf fund raiser, “The Crescendo Classic.” The tournament will be held Friday, June 28, 2019 at the Van Patten Golf Club in Clifton Park. Registration fee of $125 (per player) includes green fees, cart, morning coffee, and a 3:00 pm buffet. Games and raffle throughout the day, ending with an Awards
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Columbia High School Class of ‘69 50th Reunion CAPITAL DISTRICT - Columbia High School, East Greenbush. Class of 1969 is celebrating their 50th year class reunion at Nassau Sportsman Club - outdoor pavilion at 370 Boyce Road,Nassau, NY 12123. The date is September 14, 2019 at 4pm. Food will be served at 5pm. Please RSVP by August 14th with a check payable for $35.00 pp to Colleen Thompson. 15 Thompson Court, Rensselaer NY 12144.
Sip, Shop and Connect COLONIE - Sunday, July 14th, 2019. 12:00pm-4:00pm. JB Enterprises and the Capital Region Women In Business are proud to announce our Fourth in a Series of twelve. Sip, Shop & Connect events, which will offer women in business a wonderful opportunity to showcase their products, services and employment opportunities as well as vendors with selling the Top Trends. You are cordially invited to shop top trends, specials, win gift baskets & more at this FREE event!! Colonie Center, Wolf Road, Albany. Hosted by: JB Enterprises. Enjoy refreshments + special offers. 50/50 raffles with proceeds going to a
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Stillwater Class of 1969 50 Year Reunion CAPITAL DISTRICT - Stillwater Class of 1969 is hosting a 50 year reunion, September 14, 2019 at Embassy Suites, Saratoga,NY. All are welcome. Dinner, music,drinks,memories. For more information contact: Joanne Ford 24 Dick Lynch Rd. Stillwater, NY 12170 or Beverly Dunn, 37 Yachtmans Way, Malta, NY 12020.
PD SELF – Parkinson’s SelfEfﬁcacy Learning Forum SLINGERLANDS - A national program, now being offered in Albany for the second time, that provides people newly diagnosed with Parkinson’s with an in-depth understanding of the disease and the tools to manage it with confidence. There is no cost to attend. Registration is required. Space is limited. Care partners are encouraged to attend. The first session will be held on Wednesday, September 18, 2019 from 4:00 – 7:00. There will be a total of eight monthly sessions. Each subsequent session will be from 4:00 – 7:00 on the third Wednesday of the month. We will meet at the Terrace Community Room at Beverwyck in Slingerlands. – 41 Beverwyck Lane, Slingerlands, NY. Find out more at www.cdparkinsons.org/ pd-self/
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All spring long we’ve had to mow our lawns at least once a week to keep up with its rapid growth. Like most of you, I’ve been mowing it low to try and gain some time between mowing. When the heat and dryness of summer arrive, we need to adjust our attitude and our mowing height. To help your lawn survive dry summer weather let it get taller…as tall as your lawn mower will adjust…4” Stop the low mow during the hot summer weather. to 5”. If you continue with the low mow, the sun will heat the soil to temperatures that will kill the roots of your grass. A lawn left long shades the soil. You may like the look of a shorter lawn, but if the soil temperature goes above 85° to 90° for three consecutive days, the root system dies. Once that happens, you’re looking at a lot of grass seed and a lot of watering in late summer and early fall to repair the lawn Raise your mower blade to its There comes a time when you just must water. highest setting. Traditional wisdom tells us that, for a lawn to remain healthy, it needs an inch of water a week. What you need to know, though, is that the lawn needs that inch of water all at once to get any real benefit from it. Water your lawn heavily then not at all for a week. With a limited amount of water available to most of us, we try and move the An inch of water once a week. sprinkler around the yard to make sure that we get the whole lawn watered at one time without any regard to whether it is getting enough water for more than temporary relief. If you have watering restrictions that only allow you to water every other day for two hours, let your lawn sprinkler soak one area for the full two hours. When your next watering opportunity arrives, move the lawn sprinkler to the next section and soak it with at least an inch of water. Folks with underground sprinkling systems need to follow the same advice. Set them up to soak one zone each day with an inch of water then do a different zone the next day. By putting an inch of water on the lawn, you’ll be soaking the soil to a depth of 6”. Water at this depth in the soil will not evaporate quickly, and it’s where the roots of the grass are located so it can be absorbed. Quickly spraying the lawn might perk it up briefly but most of that moisture is lost to evaporation and can never penetrate deep into the soil to get to the roots. At this point folks will ask, “How long do I need to leave the sprinkler on to put on an inch of water?” Since we all have different lawn sprinklers and water pressure, I can’t answer that question. This is something we must all determine on our own. You simply need to take a small, empty tuna fish can and place it in the area you’re watering. Don’t shut it off until it is full. Make a mental note of how long it took, and you’ll always know how long your setup takes to put out an inch of water. That’s it. Water deeply then take a break for a week. Thanks for the read.
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Capital District Parkinson’s Support Group Monthly Meeting SLINGERLANDS - We meet the second Thursday of most months at 7 PM at the Beverwyck Senior Center in Sling-
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8th Annual Northeast Postal History & Ephemera Show CAPITAL DISTRICT Attention Stamp, Postcard, Cover, Postal History and Ephemera Collectors! The 8th Annual Northeast Postal History and Ephemera Show also featuring stamps and postcards will be held July 20 and 21, 2019. Saturday 10am-6pm and Sunday 10am-4pm at the Polish Community Center (www. albanypcc.com). 225 Washington Ave. Ext., Albany, NY 12205. Featuring ... •Free Hourly Door Prizes •Silent Auction • Stamp, Cover, Postcard, Postal
History and Ephemera Exhibits •Free Stamp Packet for kids •Free appraisals of your Paper Collectibles •Excellent Food and Beverages available on premises •35 Dealers from throughout the Northeast •Free Parking and Admission. Did you inherit a stamp collection? Do you need to know the value of any paper ephemera that you might have around the house, including stamps, covers, postcards, postal history, comic books, sports cards, etc.? Dealers will be available to give actual market values for these items at no charge. Information: George McGowan - geolotus2003@ nycap.rr.com - Show site: www.nphes.com
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to serve about eight years in prison, according to federal sentencing guidelines. According to the disbarment order, Hessberg failed to cooperate with an investigation by the Attorney Grievance Committee for the Third Judicial Department -- the body that governs attorney conduct in New York. As a result, the court suspended him from practicing law. The committee sought his disbarment, the order said, due to his continued failure to cooperate with both the investigation and disciplinary proceedings.
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upon Charlottesville, Va. marching and chanting “Jews will not replace us.” Violence killed a counter-protester. Trump afterwards said there were some “very fine people on both sides.” “What happened there scared us to our core,” Cutler said. “There are not good people who are Nazis. We need to come together and say we stand united and we will not tolerate this in our community.” Violence has only escalated. A shooting at a Pittsburgh
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synagogue killed 11 last October. Bombings ravaged churches in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday. Massacres devastated New Zealand mosques. Another shooting killed worshipers at a San Diego synagogue. After each tragedy, Schenectady Clergy Against Hate organizes community vigils in as little as 12 hours, drawing as many as 1,000 people. But faith leaders don’t want to just respond to events, but be proactive in preventing them. “Unfortunately I don’t think the need has changed: to model that we are our whole in our humanity when we are with people similar to and different from us. It’s just as much needed today as it was two and a half years ago. We have not concluded our work,” Baron said. Group members insist they aren’t political, but they do agree in monthly meetings to take action on social issues that can be controversial. “If anything, we were trying to stem political rancor around us in the community in Niskayuna and Schenectady. We don’t want to be political,” said Dr. Paul Uppal, on the board of trustees for the Guru Nanak Darbar Sikh temple in Niskayuna. “Having said that, a lot of policies and social inequities are about politics, if you don’t become political, you are ignoring the process that creates those inequities, or you’re not able very effectively to combat those dilemma.” “We definitely do not want to be rabble-rousers,” Uppal added, “but we want to challenge.” The coalition marches in local LGBTQ Pride parades. They participated in vigils protesting family separation at the border and migrant children held in government custody. When Sikh Indian asylum-seekers who crossed the border illegally were in Albany’s county jail, Uppal counseled them. The group has also volunteered at a regional food bank, organizes a yearly school supply drive, and got involved in diversity issues in the Niskayuna school district. They host an interfaith Thanksgiving event and an annual “Soup Sabbath” that brings together the community to share worship, a meal and an educational program. But they’re always grappling with how to transform perspectives and bring about real systemic change. “It’s a huge issue and a work in process,” Cutler said. “The first step of this is healthy conversations. Healthy conversations means the ability to really listen and not be defensive, but hear another person’s narrative and understand what they’ve been through and how they see a situation.” The group’s goal is not to become national: they believe change starts small, like the adage “think globally, act locally.” “I can’t change policy in Washington but I can change the day-to-day lives in my community,” Cutler said. Uppal agreed. “If we can improve the climate in Niskayuna and Schenectady based on our efforts based on faith representatives, I think we will have done good in the eyes of God and in the eyes of any decent perspective in life.” mallory.moench@ timesunion.com - 518-454-5092 - @mallorymoench
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allow for that chance where your vote can be suppressed or tampered with,” said Albany County District Attorney David Soares, less than a week away from Tuesday’s primary election. Amid increased concerns of another election season in Albany County seeing a spike in absentee ballots, Soares cautioned voters to be vigilant and report any malfeasance or possible illegal activity at the polls or at any time in the election process. Soares said he’s recently received several calls from local campaigns expressing concerns about absentee ballot fraud. He stressed that those applying to vote absentee must have a valid reason to do so. Those reasons include not being in the county on Election Day, being temporarily or permanently sick or disabled, caring for sick or disabled relatives or being incarcerated for a crime that isn’t a felony. The Times Union first reported about the renewed concerns June 15 where people feared applications could be filled out by the candidate, or voters could be persuaded to vote a certain way. This time around, a 2017 court ruling has prompted the county Board of Elections to do away with a previously imposed limit on the number of absentee ballots a third-party designee can pick up, opening the doors for candidates for office to collect dozens of ballots from voters. The board previously limited ballot pick-up per person to eight as part of an agreement met in federal court over a lawsuit over absentee ballots. Those who have brought absentee ballot applications to voters say they’re trying to increase voter turnout and making sure people exercise their right to vote. Similar allegations surfaced during the 2017 elections in the city of Albany as well as the town of Colonie, with fears that voters may have been misled on valid reasons for absentee ballot voting. At the time, at least half of the 15 Albany wards saw increases in absentee ballot applications in the September primary compared to the 2008 and 2013, with some wards seeing double or quadruple the number from previous years, based on a Times Union analysis of absentee ballot figures. Soares said State Police were sent to “a number of different addresses” throughout the county but found that many who had voted absentee no longer lived at the recorded address. “We strictly found that there was no evidence to support the allegation of crimes having been committed,” he said of fraud allegations from the 2017 elections. Investigators combed through applications and searched and interviewed voters to determine if any malfeasance had occurred, Soares said. The district attorney said they’ve prosecuted people in the past for violating election law, and with allegations of misuse in absentee ballots, Soares’ office is reiterating the seriousness of the issue. Those who sign an absentee ballot application attesting to being out of the county or disabled -- for example -- would be the ones held responsible for filing a false instrument should it turn out not to be accurate, Soares said. “You’re not oftentimes seeing people behaving in the best ways when you’re talking about campaigns, especially here in Albany,” he said. “Albany County, as you may know, is one of the counties where minor league baseball didn’t survive because our sport here is politics. We use brick bats.” Because the district attorney’s office has received complaints of violations of election law after the fact, they’ve launched a quick response team of investigators and prosecutors who will be on hand Tuesday to handle any reports of election law violations. The hotline number for reports is 518-275-4755. People can also email complaints to the office at email@example.com.
LIBRARY EVENTS Bethlehem Public Library Events DELMAR - Bethlehem Public Library, 451 Delaware Ave., Delmar. For more information, call (518) 439-9314 or visit bethlehempubliclibrary. org. Monday, July 1 Monday Cinema - Film series with titles suitable for adult audiences. See www.bethlehempubliclibrary.org for a list of titles. Shown with Subtitling for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing when possible, 2:30 p.m. Monday, July 1 - Fun and Games for Grownups - An adults-only gathering where you can play games, including chess, color and socialize, 6 p.m. Snacks served!
2019 Pruyn House Concerts In The Barn LATHAM - The Concerts in the Barn will take place at the Pruyn House Complex, 207 Old Niskayuna Road, Latham, NY 12110. They are held rain or shine on consecutive Wednesday evenings July 10th – August 7th. Music is from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. $5.00 for adults; children 12 and under are free. Come early and enjoy the historic buildings and
Wednesday, July 3 Evenings on the Green: Tanager - Traditional jazz from the 1920s and ’30s, 7 p.m. Bring a blanket or lawn chair, pick a spot on the Green, then sit back, relax and enjoy. Concerts will move indoors if it rains. For all ages. Sponsored by the Friends of Bethlehem Public Library. Thursday, July 4 - Library Closed for Independence Day - Bethlehem Public Library, 451 Delaware Ave., Delmar. For more information, call (518) 439-9314 or visit bethlehempubliclibrary. org. Saturday, July 6 Introduction to Facebook Find out what Facebook is all about and how to use it, 11 a.m. For beginners. Sign up online or call. gardens on the grounds. Vendors are available for dinner, dessert, beverages and ice cream. Lawn chairs and dancing shoes are recommended. Please no pets. Information: Pruyn House (518) 7831435. July 10th - JADE —They are back this year to kick off our season in a BIG way! Bring your dancing shoes & move to music of the 50’s & 60’s! Food: Wagon Train BBQ, Schenectady July 17th - Todd Mer-
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edith and The Rave-Ons. We just love this Buddy Holly Tribute Band! Food: Wagon Train BBQ, Schenectady July 24th - THE MOUNTAIN BRAUHAUS BAND—German Night. Enjoy a night out with German music & food! Food: Rolf’s Pork Store, Albany July 31st - GET UP JACK – Irish Night. Combining Irish/Celtic music with an American twist! Food: Swifty’s Restaurant & Pub, Albany August 7th - STUDIO TWO – the final show is a must with this great early Beatles tribute band. Food: Wagon Train BBQ, Schenectady
NY Capital Region Men to Men Cancer Support Group CAPITAL DISTRICT NY Capital Region Men to Men Cancer support group meets the third Wednesday of every month, except August, from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Hope Club, 1 Penny Lane in Latham, NY. It’s an informal, social setting where men and their loved ones discuss their diagnoses, treatments and recoveries/ recurrences. Formerly consisting of men with prostate cancer, we have expanded to all types of cancer that impact men. Please join us for an evening of conversation, in-
formation, and caring. For More Information, Please Contact the ACS Hope Club at (518) 220-6960.
Events at South Bethlehem United Methodist Church SOUTH BETHLEHEM – Please join us for good food and warm hospitality: July 13 – Breakfast Buffet – 8:30 –11:00 (Self Serve, Dine-in Only). **All You Can Eat** $10.00 Adults; $5.00 children 6-12; children up to 5 Free. Scrambled eggs, French toast sticks, sausage, bacon, home fries, Canadian bacon, fruit, toast. August 3 – Chicken B-B-Q - 11:30 – 3:00 (takeouts available) $10.00 Adults; $5.00 children 6-12; children up to 5 Free. Chicken, baked potato, corn-on-the-cob, coleslaw. Contact Emily Shutter at 518: 813-0661 for further information
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PERSONALS NOVENA/PRAYERS PRAYER TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN (Never known to fail). Oh, most beautiful flower of Mt. Carmel, fruitful vine splendor of Heaven, Blessed Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity. Oh, Star of the Sea, help me and show me, herein you are my mother. Oh, Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to answer me in this necessity. There are none that can withstand your power. Oh, show me herein you are my mother. Oh, Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee (3x). Holy Mother, I place this cause in your hands (3x). Sweet mother, I place this cause in your hands (3x). Holy Spirit, you who solve all problems, light all roads so that I can attain my goal, you who gave me the divine gift to forgive and forget all evil against me and that in all instances in my life you are with me, I want in this short prayer to thank you for all things as you confirm once again that I never want to be separated from you in eternal glory. Thank you for your mercy towards me and mine. The person must say this prayer 3 consecutive days, after 3 days the request will be granted. This prayer must be published after the favor is granted. Favor granted. J.M.H.
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$A-1 CASH FOR JUNK CARS $100-$500. Free pick-up. (518) 365-3368 BETTY’S CLEANING Quality work with attention to detail. Apts., homes. (518) 270-5024 or (518) 421-3823. BUYING GOLD & SILVER Highest cash prices paid. Jewelry, vintage costume and turquoise, coins, watches, knives, military, toys, antiques, etc. 40+ yrs. exp. Call Joe first. (518) 669-2274 CARDAMONE PAINTING and Remodeling. Drywall and taping. Interior/ ext & wall restoration. Flooring, paper & popcorn ceilig removal. Bathroom/ ceramic. Basements. 15 yrs. exp. Ins. Tom (518) 506-5284 CASH FOR METAL/CARS We buy farm equip., metal, cars. We have the equip. to take care of big jobs. Highest prices paid. (518) 339-3369 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. CLEANOUTS & DEMO Oil tanks, hot tubs, pools, sheds, barns, houses, yard cleanup, res/ comm clean out & organize. Equipped to handle any job. (518) 339-3369 C.L. HOME IMPROVEMENTS Taking care of all your window and remodeling needs. Neat &dependable. Fully ins. Free est. Rich (518)528-7173 DECK SPECIALS Pressure wash and finish. $3/sq. ft. Carpentry, paint. 33 years. (518) 912-9904
CUSTOM STONEWORK Patios, firepits, retaining walls, new sidewalks, sidewalk repair. Any kind of masonry/concrete work. (518) 423-0946 DISCIPIO PAINTING Professional - Quality work. Interior and Exterior. Free estimates. Call (518) 209-4036 DIVORCE MAKE DIVORCE EASY! Papers prepared $349. One signature req’d. Includes poor person app. (518) 274-0380 ELECTRICIAN Lammon Electric. Fully lic. & ins. 30 yrs. exp. Res/Comm. Panel upgrades. (518) 274-5100 EXCAVATION, STONE & TOPSOIL Water diversion, driveways, brush hog, land clearing, septics. (518) 339-3369 FENCE REPAIR All types of fences repaired. Free estimates. Fencerepairsnewyork@ outlook.com. Call/Text (518) 9482655 FIREWOOD $200/cord, creen. Cut, split and delivered. Buy while supplies last. Honest and dependable servie. Call Harvey 518-338-5898 JUNK REMOVAL & DEMO Oil tanks, hot tubs, pools, sheds, barns, houses, yard cleanup, res./ comm. clean out & organize. Fully equipped to handle any job. 518-339-3369 Landscaper looking for area to dispose of grass clippings and clean fill only. Latham area. Payment negotiable. (518) 366-0442 LANDSCAPING TREE/HEDGE TRIMMING propertysicko518.com. Hard/Softscapes. Pressure washing & gutter cleaning. Affordable, fully insured and free estimates! (518) 306-1321 MACK’S POWER WASHING Insured and free estimates. Housing and trucking.( 518)888-6990 MG REMODELING & HOME REPAIR No job too small! Int/Ext. Serving Capital District. Questions? Give me a call! Free ests. Fully insured. (518) 383-2546 PJ’S CONSTRUCTION Windows, doors, remodeling, roof repair, small jobs. Small landscaping. Insured. (518) 527-3067 ROOF Free estimates, fully insured. Quality work. Call anytime. (518) 368-3716
ROTO-TILLING Gardens, flower beds, etc. Available 24/7. Call (518) 283-0197 for information. SEAMLESS GUTTERS Gutter Guy. Cleaning and repair also avail. Fully ins. 30+ yrs. exp. (518) 339-3231 SHADES OF GREEN Specializes in hosta & perennials for shade. Tues-Fri. 10a-4p. 2036 Cook Rd. Charlton. (518) 882-5433. lotsahosta.com STUMP ’N GRIND Stump grinding. Got stumps? Call Stump’N Grind. (518) 301-5712 TREE SERVICE Stump Busters of Wynantskill. Tree & stump removal. 24 hour service. (518) 286-1865 or (518) 573-7464 TREE, SHRUB, STUMP SRVC Bucket, crane, chipper, stump removal, small jobs to mega. (518) 339-3369 YARD CLEANUP Low cost. High quality. Raking, mowing, trimming. Call Jesse (518) 506-5479 or jessesample@yahoocom
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VACATION RENTALS Schroon Lake Efficiencies: 1 or 3 BR, private sandy beach, walk to town. (518)) 532-7649 www.theschroonlakeplace.com
Latham-Colonie Knights of Columbus Clothing Shed Donations LATHAM Latham-Colonie Council #3394 Knights of Columbus, Columbiettes and the Columbian Corporation, located at 328 Troy Schenectady Road, Latham, are partnering with St Pauly Textile, a Western New York textile collection company, to raise needed funds for our Council home and the charitable programs we support; Boy Scouts, Center for Disability Services, local sports teams and Community Maternity Services to name a few This is an ongoing fundraiser with an environmentally friendly component, we are colleting textile products that will be sold all over the world instead of having them go to the landfill. Latham-Colonie K of C Organization earns a percentage per pound of the donated items. Our Council welcomes this win-win opportunity to provide a needed service to our surrounding community by recycling used serviceable items, we have the ability to raise funds without impacting the already stretched to the limit charitable dollar. W hat to drop off: Used Clothing, shoes, sneakers, belts, purses, linens,
pillowcases, blankets, curtains, and stuffed animals **What Not to Drop-off: Furniture, electronics, household items, books, toys, garbage, pillows, rags, and fabric scraps. www.lathamcoloniekofc.com, 518 783 0572
Search and Rescue Volunteers Needed CAPITAL DISTRICT the Tri-State Emergency Team is recruiting volunteers to provide wildland and underwater searches within a 100 mile radius of Waterrford, NY. This includes all aspects of field and underwater search. The Tri-State Emergency Team responds when requested by NYS Forest Rangers and other police agencies throughout New York State, Western Vermont and Massachesettes. We are looking for certified scuba divers, experienced boat handlers, and people who enjoy hiking and the outdoors in general who wish to help people in need. The team will provide training and complete support as needed. Our headquarters is located in Waterford. Applicants need not live in Waterford to volunteer. If interested, please call 518-237-6744 or visit our website at www.tri-stateemergencyteam.org
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Attention All Veterans CAPITAL DISTRICT - If you served in the armed forces and have an honorable discharge you are eligleable to become a member of the Saratoga National Cemetery Honor Guard Association. All branches of service are welcome (Officer – Enlisted), male or female. The objective of this organization will be to provide ceremonial burial services for honorably discharged veterans at the Saratoga National Cemetery, if requested by the Cemetery Director, next-of-kin or the funeral home. Services at private cemeteries may only be provided for deceased members of this organization. Saratoga National Cemetery Honor Guard Association, 200 Duell Road, Schuylerville, New York, 12871. We will provide training and our distinctive uniform at no cost. We have five squads one for each day of the week Monday – Friday you will be able to pick the day you want to serve on. For an application or additional information please contact : Mark Brockway by phone: 518 260 9933 or by email: reconplt260@ gmail.com.
Tell Your Story with the Studio Makerspace DELMAR - Bethlehem Public Library continues to take the lead in putting new technology within everyone’s reach with our Studio Makerspace and One Button recording system. The studio, which celebrated its grand opening in March, has recently been enhanced with sound-dampening drop ceilings and LED lighting to provide an even better user experience. The Studio Makerspace makes it easy to share stories and ideas with a greater audience through self-produced videos, TV
shows, podcasting and more. It’s also a great way to record and preserve personal histories or create presentations for distance-learning. The only limit is one’s imagination. This self-service model and its user-friendly A/V equipment is right in line with the library’s mission of providing the tools and training to help people reach their goals – instead of doing the work for them. It also means studio availability is not limited by staffing and is accessible seven days a week. Anyone with an active Upper Hudson library card can book studio time in 3-hour increments through the library’s online calendar. Public access to these cutting edge tools helps bridge the digital divide in our community and creates opportunities that were once limited to those with professional experience. The hallmark of the Studio Makerspace is the One Button system, which records and saves an mp4 file directly to a USB flash drive in one step. Laptops with Adobe Premiere Elements are available to use in the library for video editing, and the library also loans out handheld
digital video cameras, so anyone is free to take their show on the road. Content created in the studio can be made for personal use, distributed online or, if the producer is a non-profit organization, for broadcast on BCN-TV, the library’s public access channel. For more information about the Studio Makerspace, call (518) 439-9314 or visit www.bethlehempubliclibrary.org. Located in Delmar, Bethlehem Public Library serves a community of more than 26,000 in the Bethlehem Central School District. It provides access to the collections of all of the libraries in the Upper Hudson Library System, as well as meeting room space, Internet access, technology and a variety of programs and services for all ages.
Thrift Store CAPITAL DISTRICT - $1.00 each for quality clothes & shoes for all ages & sizes. Other household items also affordable for any budget. Visit our unique thrift store, The Community Closet, at 146 Remsen St., Cohoes, NY 12047. Open Tuesday
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Delmar Progress Club Seeks New Members
We are currently accepting new members. Additional information is available by visiting our web site at www.delmarprogressclub.org and by going to our Facebook page. Membership applications are available online and at the Bethlehem Public Library. Our membership chair is Karen Winters email@example.com..
DELMAR - The Delmar Progress Club is a women’s organization that performs community service and social activities. The Delmar Progress Club was Care The organized in 1901 and has Way It been a member of the General Federation of WomShould Be! en’s Clubs (GFWC) since 1916. GFWC is the world’s Summer Grounds largest women’s volunteer Maintenance organization. The Delmar Progress FT opportunity Temporary position for General Club includes activities upkeep of outside areas, June through August. Tasks such as antiques study; include mowing, raking, planting etc. Must have creative arts; environclean, valid driver’s license. ment, conservation & YOUR WEEKLY GUIDE TO NEWS AND SHOPPING gardening; literature; perInterested? forming arts; and travel. Please call 518-461-1811 We do community service Applications available at: and have numerous social gatherings during the year. The Daughters of Charity Our monthly meetings 96 Menand Road, Albany, NY 12204 • 518-462-5357 are held at the Bethlehem Applications may be completed at St. Louise House EOE
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