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FEBRUARY 13, 2020 • Volume 2 • No. 30




National Grid gets power back to tens of thousands. 3

Painting of a thoroughbred that was Marylou Whitney’s has sold. 3

Saratoga Builders taking scholarship applications ByLINE:  LEIGH HORNBECK

SARATOGA COUNTY - The Saratoga Builders Association is accepting applications for its two annual scholarships for students pursuing an education in the construction industry. Eash scholarship is worth $1,000 toward either tuition or to purchase tools or equipment necessary for a career in construction. One is the SBA Scholarship award and the second was named in memory of Bob Best, The awards are open to any high school senior or college undergraduate in Saratoga County. Students must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher and must demonstrate current or past involvement in the construction field, such as classes taken in high school or college. Applications must include a high school or college transcript or a list of construction classes taken plus a short essay describing why the applicant is interested in a construction industry career and what events led to this decision. Applications be postmarked on or before April 1.

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Saratoga Automobile Museum NYIAS Bus Trip CAPITAL DISTRICT - Please join us Monday, April 13 or Saturday, April 18 for our annual pilgrimage to the New York International Auto Show held at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. Trip includes: round trip motor coach transportation and admission to the New York International Auto Show. Depart Saratoga Automobile Museum promptly at 6:45 a.m. Depart New York City at 6:30 p.m. at 11th Avenue between 34th & 39th streets. There is plenty of time to explore the New York International Auto Show and enjoy some of the sights of New York City. Purchase Early Bird tickets before March 1, 2020. Member Price: $75 Non-Member: $90. After March 1: Member Price: $85 Non-Member: $100. To purchase tickets or additional information contact Megan Hennessey at 518.401.5185 or megan. hennessey@saratogaautomuseum.org

Adirondack Bluegrass League Show SARATOGA SPRINGS - Featuring Zink and Company (TN) and Al & Kathy Bain (NY). Sunday, February 23, 2020 at 1:00pm. The Parting Glass, 40-42 Lake Ave., Saratoga Springs. www.adirondackbluegrassleague. com - for more info. 518-221-6231.

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Storm passes, outages linger National Grid gets power back to tens of thousands ByLINE:  TIM BLYDENBURGH AND RICK KARLIN

As dusk and frigid temperatures descended on the region Saturday night, efforts to restore power to tens of thousands of people hit by a surprisingly powerful snow, wind and ice storm continued. National Grid, using a 1,200-worker force in eastern New York, hoped to have most customers back online overnight, though some places may not be back until later Sunday. The utility's map showed 21,000 without power at about 8 p.m. -- at one point 145,000 customers were affected. Saratoga and Warren counties were among the hardest hit. The utility said crews had removed downed trees, limbs, poles and other hazards since

early Friday morning. "This storm has been extremely damaging to our electricity system, especially in areas north of Saratoga," said Keith McAfee, National Grid's vice president of Electric Operations. "We continue to work closely with local officials to coordinate restoration efforts, and we're asking customers to remain aware of potential safety hazards such as damaged trees, particularly broken limbs that haven't yet fallen to the ground. We also ask that drivers use extreme caution as they approach work areas to ensure the safety of utility and other storm-response personnel." Temporary warming stations were set up Saturday in Warren County, among them the Townsend Elementary School, in Lake Luzerne. Forecasts call for lows down to zero into Sunday morning in some areas, though into


A tree downed a power line, seen here Saturday morning on Fish House Road near the FultonSaratoga County line.

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Whitney-owned painting sells for $3.1 Million ByLINE:  WENDY LIBERATORE

SARATOGA SPRINGS - The painting of a thoroughbred that hung for decades in Marylou Whitney's Kentucky living room has sold for $3.1 million. The large oil-on-canvas work was sold Jan. 31 as part of a Sotheby's auction of 19th-century European art. It was considered one of the finest examples of English artist Sir Alfred J. Munnings' output. Still, the sale price for "Mahmoud Being Saddled for the Derby," 1936 -- purchased in 1940 by Whitney's second

husband, Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney -- fell short of the $3.5 million the auction house hoped it would fetch. "All proceeds from Sotheby's sales will go to my greedy relative, Uncle Sam," Whitney's widower, John Hendrickson, said Monday. "I didn't want to sell anything, but I have to make business decisions." The painting is one of several items Hendrickson is selling to pay off the taxes on the estate of the late philanthropist and socialite, who died in July at age 93. The collection also includes another Munnings work, "My Horse

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Hudson Crossing Park is Now Accepting Submissions for the 2020 Seedling Award for Graduating Seniors CAPITAL DISTRICT Have you been striving to preserve the environment around you? Have you been working to promote and support your community? Do you serve as a role model and leader to your peers? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then you are invited to apply for the 2020 Hudson Crossing Park (HCP) Seeding Award. The HCP Seedling Award is given to a single recipient who has demonstrated excellence and outstanding dedication to their community and/ or the environment, serving as a role model to their peers and showing others that individuals are important and can make a

difference. Applicants are asked to submit an essay of approximately 1,000 words or a 3-5 minute video describing how their leadership and service has made a positive difference in the environment and/or community, and how they will continue to have an impact through college and beyond. Applicants should be a graduating high school senior, including those who are homeschooled, in Saratoga, Washington, or Warren County, New York. The HCP Seedling Award includes $150 cash and three (3) tickets to Hudson Crossing Park’s Banquet by the Bridge on Thursday, June 25, 2020 for the winner and two parents/guardians/guests. Submissions should be received no later than 5pm on Friday, April 3, 2020. They may be submitted via postal or electronic mail. Visit www. hudsoncrossingpark.org/ seedling-award for more information.

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Beatles Concert Cabaret, Burnt Hills Oratorio Society CAPITAL DISTRICT - Treat yourself to a great all-in-one experience as the Burnt Hills Oratorio Society Chorus entertains you with the iconic songs of the Beatles. Set in the elegant Vista Ballroom at the Van Patten Golf Club in Clifton Park, 924 Main Street, Clifton Park, this grand affair begins with a delectable Chef’s Buffet and cash bar, followed by a choral cabaret featuring solo voices from the BHOS family. Tickets sold only in advance. Due to popular demand, BHOS is now offering three performances, Fri. Feb. 28, 2020 and Sat. Feb. 29, 2020 at 5:00pm, and Sun. March 1, 2020 at 1:00pm. This

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Albany-Tula Alliance seeks entries for Annual Essay Contest CAPITAL DISTRICT The Albany-Tula Alliance is seeking Capital Region students from high school to first-year college to research and write an essay expanding on what young adults, specifically in Russia and the U.S., are doing to help mitigate climate change. Essays must contain at least 1500 words and include a bibliography. The deadline for registration and essay submission is March 1, 2020. The writer of the winning essay will win $1,000; second prize is $500, and third prize is $250. For the past quarter-century, the Albany-Tula Alliance has been


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Call For Artists with Chronic Illnesses, Disabilities, and Caregivers

Nonprofit Seeks Capital Region Creatives to Feature Artwork at Second Annual “Art with Heart and Hope” Show at Universal Preservation Hall SARATOGA SPRINGS - If you are an artist living with or caring for someone living with a rare disease, serious illness, or disability, this is a great opportunity to share your art. Saratoga-based nonprofit, Beyond My Battle, is holding their second an-

nual “Art with Heart and Hope” show on May 21st showcasing the ways art can help manage the many stressors of living with, or caring for someone living with, physical illness and disability. The deadline to submit artwork is March 30th, 2020. All art must be able to be hung on a wall. Artist must either have, or care for someone living with, a physical illness, disease, or disability; be at least 18 years old; and live in the Capital Region of NY. Artists should submit a photo of their artwork, along with a title, dimensions, medium, and a description (approximately 100 words) of how they use art to move beyond their personal battle to art@beyondmybattle.org no later than March 30th.

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Trout Unlimited Clearwater Chapter Banquet CAPITAL DISTRICT Banquet Chair Scott Parker announced that The Century House, Latham, NY, will be the site of the Clearwater Chapter’s 48th annual Conservation Banquet on Saturday, March 7, 2020. The Trout Unlimited Conservation Banquet is open to everyone. Tickets for the Conservation Banquet are on sale now on the Clearwater Chapter’s website www.clearwatertu.org . Reservations can be made up to March 1st by contacting TU members Chris and Erika Cook, 565 Grand Ave., Saratoga Springs, NY 12866, or emailing Chris at communications@clearwatertu. org Dinner, cash bar, hors d’oeuvres and award recognition are planned for the Conservation Banquet, along with a live auction, silent auction, bucket raffles, card raffles and door prizes. A Grand Prize Drawing of a 12 ft. Kevlar Hybrid Canoe by Hornbeck Boats will be drawn at the Conservation Banquet. All proceeds from this event benefit local “on the ground” conservation projects that support coldwater fisheries resources. TU is actively seeking donations of goods and services, as well as fishing gear and fly tying materials from their members and the public for their Conservation Banquet. If you are interested in donating, please contact Chair Scott Parker at 518894-4661 or sgparker149@ gmail.com

18th Annual Maple in April Festival

HADLEY - On April 25 & 26 the 18th Annual Maple in April Festival will be held along Rockwell Street in Hadley, which is just west of Lake George and north of Albany. This

is an activity-packed, family-friendly, free spring festival hosted by the Hadley Business Association in collaboration with other area organizations. You can look forward to maple demonstrations and tasting everything maple, a scholarship breakfast, horse-drawn wagon rides, a car show, street vendors, art auction, kids activities, farm and family pet activities, and more. While some of the scheduled activities are weather dependent, the event will take place whether there’s rain, sunshine, or both. Hadley is a little known town located about 15 minutes from Saratoga Springs, and has a fantastic view from atop the Hadley Mountain Fire Tower. On a clear day you can see the Sacandaga valley and over into Vermont. There are so many ways to welcome home the snowbirds and your neighbors this spring at the Maple in April Festival. It’s a chance to get out for a fun event after the endless winter. All are welcome to attend! For more information go to www.HadleyNYbusiness.org or email us at: info@HadleyNYbusiness. org

Get a Heads-Up on This Year’s Trout Season! Fly Fishing 101, A Fly Fishing Mini-Course

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will be held on the water at one of our local streams or ponds. (probably Cobleskill Holding Pond) Here’s your chance to catch your first fish on a fly. Saturday, April 25, 2020 (classroom) and Sunday, April 26, 2020 (optional). Saturday 9:00am — 5:00pm (lunch provided); Sunday 12 noon. Cost: $15 members, $35 non-members (includes a 1 year tu membership). For more information or to register for the class contact: john morrette jmorette@nycap. rr.com - home 518-3936443 cell 518-275-9288 or Mike Walchko - mwalchko@nycap.rr.com - home 518-234-4192 cell 518-231-3276.

The Memorial Duathlon & 5K A Saratoga Springs Lions Club Event

SARATOGA SPRINGS - The Saratoga Springs Lions Club will host their 16th annual Memorial Duathlon & 5K, on Sunday, May 24, 2020. The event consists of two separate races, a duathlon that draws top performers from around the country and a 5k that attracts experienced runners, but also includes participants of all abilities that want to start their day with a meaningful run or walk. This year’s event will once again start at the Saratoga Casino Hotel. The start times are: 8:00AM for the duathlon and 8:20AM for the 5k. Registration for both events is now open at www.thememorialduathlon5k.com and discounts are available for those who sign up online and in advance. For more information on participating please visit: www.thememorialduathlon5k.com For information on becoming a sponsor please contact: tcatalano@saratogaspringslions.com


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SARATOGA SPRINGS — City police are asking the community to beware of scammers posing as Saratoga Springs police. Police Lt. Robert Jillson said a scammer is calling people, identifying himself as a member of the department and telling the unsuspecting person that he or she has an outstanding arrest warrant. The scammer then tells the potential victim that they can make the warrant go away if he or she sends money. Complicating matters, Jillson said, is that the scammer has rigged its caller ID to match that of the Saratoga Springs Police Department. “It’s makes our job harder,” Jillson said. Jillson also said he believes this is the first time a scammer has used the department’s phone number. “We ask that when you may be in doubt with a call from SSPD, just ask to call the officer back at the police station,” an official warning from police states. “In cases where you receive a voicemail, the callback number for the officer should be our police department main number. If you are unsure of our number, search us on the internet and confirm our number.” Jillson said scammers often threaten to turn off power or suspend social security. Scammers also look to have victims pay them in gift cards. “Gift cards are not a method used by SSPD to take bail on a warrant or pay outstanding tickets and fines,” the public warning states. “But

it is a common way for scammers to make you a victim.” Jillson recommends that anyone who receives such acall should contact the police. The police also recommend that those searching for legitimate information on scams should look for websites that end in .org or .gov. — Wendy Liberatore

State IG: Two area contractors charged SARATOGA SPRINGS — Two Capital Region contractors are facing felony charges after allegedly failing to obtain workers’ compensation coverage for their construction workers. State Inspector General Letizia Tagliafierro said Thursday that Segundo Loja and Robert A. Lutz were arraigned in Saratoga Springs City Court on charges related to their failure to obtain coverage. Loga, an Albany resident and owner of NY Power Construction Corporation, allegedly submitted a certificate of insurance indicating his company had obtained both commercial general liability and workers’ compensation insurance coverage, as required by all entities with employees, she said. The inspector general confirmed with the carrier that his business, which had several workers, did not in fact carry insurance, she said. He was charged with falsifying business records, failure to secure compensation and fraudulent practices, all felonies. Lutz, a Ballston Spa man who owns Robert’s Roofing & Remodeling, was charged after he allegedly submitted a building permit application for a residential roofing job to the Saratoga Springs Building Department last July that claimed he had no employees. According to the IG’s office, multiple witnesses however

said they observed three people working on the job throughout the project, all of whom lacked coverage. He was charged with offering a false instrument for filing and fraudulent practices, both felonies, as well as failure to secure compensation, a misdemeanor.

Two charged in January burglary HOOSICK FALLS —Village police Thursday said they arrested Peters-burgh residents Zachary Deltoro, 26, and Natasha Michaels, 24, after an investigation into a Jan. 25 burglary. Michaels was charged with burglary, a felony, and petit larceny, a misdemeanor. Deltoro was charged with burglary, petit larceny and grand larceny, a felony. Chief Robert Ashe said the grand larceny charge was the result of a motor vehicle Deltoro took and sold without the owner’s permission, Ashe said. Both were arraigned and released pending their next date in Village Court. — Staff reports

Vocal Scholarship Competition CAPITAL DISTRICT The Burnt Hills Oratorio Society (BHOS) under the direction of Dr. William Jon Gray, will hold its 23nd annual vocal scholarship competition for high school seniors. Two scholarships will be awarded to the top two competitors along with an opportunity to sing in a BHOS concert. Applicants need not plan a career in music, but the scholarships are intended to facilitate the continued study of singing in college. This year’s audition will be held on Sunday, April 5 at the Calvary Episcopal Church in Burnt Hills. Details and applications can be found a www.bhos.us/ award/. The deadline for applicants is March 7.


AROUND YOUR COMMUNITY SARATOGA SPRINGS RECREATION DEPT. Saratoga Springs Recreation Department Programs SARATOGA SPRINGS - The Saratoga Springs Recreation Department is excited to announce it will now be offering online program registration. “Online registration has been a long time coming, and we cannot be more excited to offer it to our community” said John Hirliman, Administrative Director. Instructions for creating an account and registering for programs can be found by visiting SaratogaRec.com. Questions can be directed to 518-587-3550 x2300 or recreservations@saratoga-springs.org. Spend your Summer at Camp Saradac! The Saratoga Springs Recreation Department will begin registration for Saratoga Springs city residents February 24th. Everyone age 5-12 is welcome. For over 75 years Camp Saradac has offered exciting and creative recreational and educational activities for its campers. Build Your Skills with Saratoga Springs Recreation Department Intro to Ice Skating Program. Learn ice skating basics or improve your skills with the Saratoga Springs Recreation Department. Everyone age 3-Adult is welcome. Saratoga Springs Ice Rinks Offer Year Round Skating Fun. Visit SaratogaRec.com and click on the ice skate for the schedule. Contact the ice rink at (518)-583-3462, or the Recreation Department at (518) 587-3550 x2300

or recreservations@ saratoga-springs.org with questions. Get in the Ring with the Saratoga Springs Recreation Department Boxing Program. Everyone age 8-15 is welcome. Learn proper boxing technique and receive conditioning tips. Meet at the Net with the Saratoga Springs Recreation Department Volleyball Program. Everyone age 8-14 is welcome. Develop your skills and learn the rules and strategy of the game. It’s Batter Up with the Saratoga Springs Recreation Department’s Tiny T-Ball Program. Everyone age 3-5 is welcome. Participants learn basic hitting, throwing, and base running. Online registration begins January 13th. Play Ball with the Saratoga Springs Recreation Department’s Jr Sluggers Baseball Program. Everyone in grades K-7 is welcome. Learn baseball fundamentals and build your skills for the spring season. Online registration begins January 13th. Spend your Spring on the Pitch with the Saratoga Springs Recreation Department’s Soccer Program. Everyone age 3-Adult is welcome.. Learn soccer fundamentals and progress to game play. Online registration begins January 13th. Leave no Pin Standing with the Saratoga Springs Recreation Department’s Bowling Program. Everyone age 5-14 is welcome. This co-sponsored program with Saratoga Strike Zone will introduce participants

to bowling fundamentals and techniques through discussion, demonstration, and practice. Rental ball and shoes will be provided. Online registration begins January 13th. Visit SaratogaRec.com and click Programs for additional information and to download forms. Contact the Recreation Department at (518) 587-3550 x2300 or email recreservations@saratoga-springs. org with questions.

MOREAU LAKE STATE PARK EVENTS GANSEVOORT Programs are weather permitting and are subject to change. Please call the park office to confirm event date, time and location. Participants should be prepared to spend time outside and are encouraged to wear appropriate clothing and footwear and to bring plenty of water. There are program fees with all classes, please ask for the price when registering for each class. Moreau Lake State Park is located off of exit 17 S of I-87, the Adirondack Northway. For additional information or to register for programs, please call the park office at (518) 793-0511. Eagle Watch - February 14, 2020. 9:30a.m.12:00p.m. - Grab a pair of binoculars and a join park educator on her Bald Eagle survey. Moreau Lake State Park’s section of the Hudson is home to wintering bald eagles. It is important for us to monitor their population and health,

please come and help us! Registration is necessary, please call 518-793-0511. $1 for 62+ and children, $2 for everyone else. Eagle Watch - February 15, 2020. 9:30a.m.12:00p.m. - Grab a pair of binoculars and a join park educator on her weekly Bald Eagle survey. Moreau Lake State Park’s section of the Hudson is home to wintering bald eagles. It is important for us to monitor their population and health, please come and help us! Registration is necessary, please call 518793-0511. $1 for 62+ and children, $2 for everyone else. Easy Nature Hike - February 17, 2020. 1:00p.m.- 3:00p.m. - It’s winter break! Bring your kids out to this easy nature hike around the back pond led by our wonderful friends’ member. Please call to reserve your spot, 518-793-0511. Cost is $1 per child. Kid’s Craft - February 18, 2020. 1:00p.m.2:00p.m. - Come join us for a free snake and turtle craft led by our friend’s group. Call the park office to register for this event, 518-793-0511. Slithering Snakes February 18, 2020. 2:00p.m.- 3:00p.m. After you are done making your snake and turtle craft stay for our snake program. Don’t fear these wonderful misunderstood creatures. Come learn about the three different snakes that we take care of in our nature center and how they better our environment. Please call the park office to register for this event, 518-793-0511. Cost is $1 per child. Nature Center Open - February 19, 2020. 10:00a.m.- 2:00p.m. - Our nature center is typically closed during the

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AARP/Taxaide Services CAPITAL DISTRICT - The AARP TaxAide program will begin providing FREE tax preparation services for low and moderate income residents in Saratoga, Washington and Warren Counties. The TaxAide program is sponsored by the AARP Foundation in cooperation with the IRS. TaxAide preparers are trained in federal and state tax regu-

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Calling ALL Artists to be Inspired … Create … Come… HADLEY - Calling ALL artists to capture the essence of “April Spring on the rivers at Hadley” where the Mighty Hudson and the Great Sacandaga Rivers meet. The Plein-air artist will create a piece of art Saturday, April 25 from conception to completion for the Sunday, April 26 Silent Art Auction. Artist receive 70% of bid sales 30% is donated to the Hadley Business Association Scholarship Fund. There is no entry fee. To reserve your spot and learn more about the event visit: www.HadleyNYbusiness.org - Hadley Business Association Maple in April Festival ~ April 25 & 26, 2020 www.HadleyNYbusiness.org



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Winterfest Brings Winter Fun to Hudson Crossing Park

23, 2020 from 11am – 3pm. This year’s theme is “The Rise of Snowwalker,” and the public is invited to join Rebel Forces for lots of free, family-friendly winter activities. Winterfest 2020 will offer visitors to the park the chance to watch a cold water rescue demonstration by the Schuylerville Fire Department on the

SCHUYLERVILLE Winter is no reason to stay indoors – in fact, it’s the perfect opportunity to go outside and have some fun during Hudson Crossing Park’s 4th Annual Winterfest on Sunday, February

Roots in Saratoga Springs' Fresh Market plaza said their Friday afternoon shutdown forced by the storm has done untold damage. "In our second year of business, we obviously can't afford to be closed right now and into the next two to three days," said Brandon Acres, Urban Roots owner, in a statement. "Everything we serve is fresh and we've lost all of our product. We are devastated by this loss of business and are now tasked with assessing the impact of lost sales, discarded products and lost wages for our employees."

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Backcountry downhill skiers, snowboarders and others who may use slides and other steep open terrain in the Adirondacks High Peaks should be aware of avalanche risks, state Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Basil Seggos said. The DEC cautions anyone planning to ski, board or traverse backcountry slides and other avalanche-prone terrain to use care. Champlain Canal, enjoy “Return of the Sled-I” sledding, try their hand at “Empire STRIKES Back” snow bowling, and enter the Crazy Hat Head contest. There will be a snow sculpture contest and community art-making project with the creation of a bird seed mandala designed by Schuylerville Central School Senior


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mated, Seth Armitage, co-head of the 19th-century European art department at Sotheby's, said the auction house was pleased with the price. "(It's) the highest price achieved for PHOTOS COURTESY OF SOTHEBY'S the artist in the past decade, and the sixth top price for the artist ever at auc- "This necklace is tion," Armitage said. "It was a pleasure expected to fetch to have been entrusted with this mas- between $300,000 terwork from such a legendary figure and $500,000. as Marylou Whitney, whose passion left an indelible mark on the horse-racing world." The paintings were just two of Whitney's valuables expected to be sold by the high-end auction house. Next up will be four pieces of her jewelry, which are expected to go for a combined $1 million. The jewelry includes a 21.26-carat diamond ring, expected to attract between $250,000 and $350,000, and a necklace of natural pearls and diamonds that is expected to sell for between $300,000 and $500,000. Hendrickson will also sell a turquoise and diamond necklace, created around 1960, for between $15,000 and $20,000, and a 50-year-old necklace with emeralds, rubies, sapphires, and diamonds, which is expected to bring in between $75,000 and $100,000. Both necklaces were designed by David Webb, a New York jeweler to the stars who also made pieces for Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Elizabeth Taylor and Barbra Streisand. In addition to the jewelry, a Thomas Hart Benton painting owned by Whitney is headed to auction, though Sotheby's has yet to set a date. Hendrickson said a famous necklace that lost an emerald at Whitney's 1994 Canfield Casino gala will not be sold. The high-profile hunt for the jewel ended with its discovery the next day. Whitney rewarded the man who found it with a check for $5,000 and a day with her at the Saratoga Race Course. While some of her most precious gems will be sold at Sotheby's, the bulk of her jewelry, as well as her Jaguar sedan, are being sold this summer as a benefit for Saratoga Hospital, which will build a clinic at the race course's backstretch. The cost of the project is estimated to be around $1 million; Hendrickson has promised to pay the balance if the auction does not bring in enough to cover the price tag. Hendrickson said that he's building the clinic because improving the lives of backstretch workers was one of his wife's passions. For decades, Whitney hosted meals and activities for the workers who came into town for the summer's racing season. "In keeping with her philosophy, most of her belongings will go to a greater good," Hendrickson said.

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Books for Troops Looking for Deployed Addresses to Send it Books! CAPITAL DISTRICT - Books for Troops sends paperback books of most genre, puzzle books, DVDs and Books on Cd to the deployed all over the world and within the states. We are a registered not-forprofit organization with the NYS Dept of Charities. All names and addresses sent to us are confidential and not shared with others than our volunteers. We have now been in business for ten years and have sent more than 100,000 boxes of books. We would like to remind anyone who has a family and friend currently deployed with at least 6 more months of deployment left can be sent, free of charge, any of the items listed above, at no cost to them. It is our way of giving back to the troops for all their sacrifices. If you know anyone deployed who would like to receive our care packages of books, etc. please send their complete name and mailing address to: ekeeegan3@nycap.rr.com or if you prefer, you can send them our e-mail address and ask them to e-mail their requests to us and suggestions on what they would like. Make sure they send their complete mailing address including APO, AE or FPO AE. Any questions, just e-mail me at the above. We would like to reach as many of our deployed with our gift of books and escape. Ellen Keegan, Director.

Disabled Veterans Who Want Books CAPITAL DISTRICT - Books for Troops just recently received in e-mail from a disabled veteran who thanked us for the box of books we sent him, telling us that they were so appreciated because “It is difficult to get around

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Game Night at Simpson UMC ROCK CITY FALLS Simpson United Methodist Church, 1089 Rock City Road, Rock City Falls (.4 mi s of Rte. 29), is hosting another Game Night on Saturday, February 15, from 5 pm- 7:30 pm. All in the community are welcome to attend. Bring your favorite game and a dish to pass, or just bring a dish to pass and join in the fun and fellowship. Any questions call Kevin at 518-309-3306.

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Adirondack Bluegrass League Meeting/Jam/Pot Luck LAKE LUZERNE - Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 1:00pm. Lake Luzerne Town Complex, 539 Lake Ave., Lake Luzerne. Bring your instruments for jammin’ after the meeting. Bring something to share for pot luck at 3:00pm. More jammin’ after pot luck. Bring your friends, everyone welcome. www. adiron at dackbluegrassleague.com - for more info 518-221-6231.

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La Fédération Franco-Américaine du NY Travel Presentation

Iao Valley, Lahaina, and Polynesian Luau. A free travel presentation will take place on Tuesday, February 25, 2020 at 6pm at Plaza Travel Center, 623 New Loudon Road, Latham, New York. RSVP to Lisa, 518-785-3338 or lisa@plazatravel.net

CAPITAL DISTRICT - La Fédération Franco-Américaine du NY presents their 2021 trip, “Hawaiian Adventure”, April 22-May 1, 2021, with an optional 2 night Big Island Post Tour extension, May 1-May 3, 2021. Trip includes three islands, Oahu, Kauai, and Maui. Highlights include Waikiki Beach, Pearl Harbor, Oahu’s North Shore, Waimea Canyon, Kauai Coffee Estate, Fern Grotto,



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