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Yaddo Garden Tours SARATOGA SPRINGS Garden tours only include sharing the history of the Trask family, the mansion and the history of Yaddo Gardens. The aura, spirituality and creative energy that permeates Yaddo is discussed. Docent-led Tours begin at 11a.m., Saturdays and Sundays through September 1, 2019 and on Tuesdays during the racing season. (No Tours on Travers Day) Meet at the main fountain near the entrance to the garden. Tours last about one hour/cost is $10
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The Racing City Chorus Entertains Summer Crowds in Downtown Saratoga Springs During Summer Season! SARATOGA SPRINGS - The Racing City Chorus returns to Broadway, Saratoga Springs for six consecutive Thursday evenings through August 29 during Racing Season to entertain summer crowds with their A Cappella “Barbershop-style” singing. Performances will begin at 7pm and continue at a variety of downtown venues until 9pm. After their weekly line-up of Broadway appearances, the group will visit the Olde Bryan Inn for an “After-Glow Party” that will include food and drink specials and an informal continuation of their A Cappella entertainment. For information on the Racing City Chorus or the upcoming Barbershop on Broadway schedule, call 518-504-7464 or visit www.racingcitychorus. org.
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.
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CAPITAL DISTRICT - Monday, September 9, 2019. Join this year’s Golf Tournament chairs Michele and Michael Downing. Check in and continental breakfast 7am; Shotgun start 8:30am; Awards luncheon 1:30pm. Take a swing and TEE OFF to help children with and without special needs! The Edison Club, 891 Riverview Road, Rexford, N.Y. 12148. Register online, www.crossroadcenter.org
St. Mary’s Waterford Giant Garage Sale Save the Date WATERFORD - St. Mary of the Assumption Church, Waterford is once again planning their Giant Garage Sale in conjunction with the Village of Waterford Sell-out, on Saturday, September 14. It will be held in St. Mary’s Hall, corner of Division and Sixth Streets. People are asked to save their treasures to donate to the sale. Mark your calendar for drop-dates which will be Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 11th and 12th from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm, and Friday, September 13th from 9:00 to noon. Sale hours on Saturday will be 9:00 to 5:00, with “Early Bird” admission at 8:00 am for a $5 fee. Any question, please call Gerry at 518237-8296.
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Spa City Dems tap new leader Selection comes after mass exodus from committee
AUGUST 15, 2019
committee members opted to resign instead of halfheartedly back Morrison in the general election. Sarah J. Burger, an attorney and longtime committee member, was elected the party's new chair on Wednesday. The committee also tapped county Board of Elections Democratic Deputy Commissioner Cassandra Bagramian to serve as treasurer. Burger said in a statement that the committee is excited to elect its slate of candidates in November. "While I was surprised by the abrupt recent resignations, I am encouraged by the outpouring of people that are eager and committed to serving," she said.
ByLINE: DAVID LOMBARDO
SARATOGA SPRINGS - A former aspiring City Council candidate will lead the Saratoga Springs Democrats following the resignation of the party's executive committee. A leadership crisis arose after the Democratic primary in June, when incumbent Commissioner of Finance Michele Madigan, who was backed by the city committee, lost a squeaker to Patricia Morrison. More than a dozen
Saratoga Springs Commissioner of Accounts John Franck, a Democrat, said in a statement that Burger will unite the party. The committee's leadership resigned in mid-July, saying the party should be led by people who will support Morrison's election bid. BURGER Madigan is still a viable candidate in November, as she appears on two minor-party lines and the Republicans didn't field a candidate. Eleven more members resigned a few weeks later, claiming they were choosing "the welfare of our city over party," as they now have the freedom to back "the candidates we are confident will best serve our city." After the second round of resignations, Please see DEMOCRATS 10
Champs tout Aurora Games at Spa Women who won fame for ice skating, tennis promote competition coming to Albany ByLINE: WENDY LIBERATORE
SARATOGA SPRINGS - In an effort to promote the inaugural Aurora Games in Albany, Olympic medalists Nancy Kerrigan and Donna de Varona as well as tennis champion and ESPN commentator Rennae Stubbs met with fans on Thursday at Saratoga Race Course. The trio signed autographs and posed for photographs as track patrons as well
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as an occasional jockey recalled watching them during their glory days. Many also offered up stories involving daughters and granddaughters who play sports. The interactions clearly pleased the three who say involvement in athletics helps girls excel in life. "We live in a competitive world," said Kerrigan, a two-time Olympic medalist in figure skating. "If you can learn to compete, you will learn time management, setting goals, dealing with setbacks, working as a team; the more attractive you are to the next stage in life." Inspiring young women to enter the world of sports is one of the goals of the
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Two-time Olympic medalist and ﬁgure skater Nancy Kerrigan, right, speaks with the Times Union during her visit to Saratoga Race Course in Saratoga Springs on on Thursday. Kerrigan was promoting the inaugral Aurora Games set for Aug. 20-25 at the Times Union Center. Please see AURORA 10
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CAPITAL DISTRICT Current President Michael Glenn announces that the 14th Annual Swap and Formal Meet of the Chapter will be held again this year at the Historic Mabee Farm. The event is planned for August 17, 2017 and will be held on the grounds of the Mabee Farm on Route 5S in Rotterdam Junction, New York. Attendees come from throughout the Northeast as well as local members and the general public is welcome to attend at no cost. There is no admission fee and no fee to display/ buy/sell/trade. The day is planned to begin at 9:00 AM as a casual open air event that is expected to last until 2:00 pm. The event includes the buying, selling and trading of antique and classic outboard motors, boats and related items from attendees/vendors. Additional vendors are welcome at no cost. The general public is welcome. There will be food available for a dona-
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tion for morning coffee and donuts and lunch at noontime. The swap meet is held in an Antiques Roadshow type atmosphere and interested parties can get parts, advice and resources for their old outboard motors and boats, as well as an outlet to bring their motors to put them in the hands of a collector who can restore it. There will be judging of motors in several categories. For further news of the Mohawk Hudson Chapter of the AOMCI, please visit our website: http://mglen2. wix.com/mohawkhudsonchapter#. For information about the national organization, please visit their website at www.aomci.org.
Saratoga Chamber Players Swing for Music Golf Outing CAPITAL DISTRICT SAVE THE DATE - Friday September 13, 2019: Airway Meadows, 262 Brownville Road, Gansevoort, NY 12831 . Nine Hole Scramble Format. Registration at 2:30 followed by a 3:30 Shotgun Start. Entry fee $65 per person - Includes greens fee, cart, appetizers and soft drinks. Cash bar
available. Deadline for registration is August 26, 2019. Print registration form at www.saratogachamberplayers.org and mail to: Saratoga Chamber Players, c/o Barbara Calhoun, 54 Waterview Drive, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866 - Or you may pay online.
Café Lena & Saratoga Acoustic Blues Open Mic & Jam SARATOGA SPRINGS - Wednesday, August 28 - 7:00 PM Signups - 7:30 Show Starts. Café Lena 33 Phila Street, Saratoga Springs, NY www.Caffelena.org 518-587-6433. Acoustic Jam to follow - All levels of playing are welcome. Hosted by: NYS Blues Hall of Fame inductee, Sonny Speed for SABS. Featured Artists: Robin O’Herrin “Specializing in Delta and Piedmont blues and gospel. Robin has played with Andy Cohen, Paul Geremia and Roy Bookbinder. Admission: Only $5. – This is a monthly event on the 3rd Wednesday of the month. Come on down and play the blues. One of Saratoga best musical values!
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Living History Tour at Ulysses S. Grant Cottage
WILTON - Fridays, August 16th, 23rd & 30th, 2019. 3:00 PM4:00 PM. Tickets: $18 each. Step back in time to 1885 as a guide in period dress and character takes you through the rooms of the historic cottage lit by early Edison light bulbs. Experience the cottage and grounds (weather permitting) just as Victorian Era visitors would have as you are told the compelling story of the Grant family and the heroic efforts of their patriarch famed Civil War General and two-term U.S. President Ulysses S. Grant. Purchase tickets at www.grantcottage.org. 1000 Mt. McGregor Road, Wilton, NY 12831.
CAPITAL DISTRICT - La Fédération Franco-Américaine du NY will be offering a beginners French course. Dr. Janet L. Shideler, Professor of French at Siena College
will be the instructor. In addition to beginners, this class will also be for anyone who has taken a beginners course in the past, and wishes to improve their French. The cost of the course will be $70 for 8 sessions beginning September 5, 2019. The classes will be held on Thursday evenings from 6:30pm to 7:30pm at Siena College. There will be a limit of 15 students. For questions regarding the program, or to sign up for the course, call Tom Jacques, 518-541-3216. Send checks payable to FeFany, PO Box 354, Cohoes, NY 12047 by August 29, 2019.
3rd Annual Nick’s Ride to be Healed
CAPITAL DISTRICT Registration is open for the 3rd Annual Nick’s Ride to be Healed 100 mile scenic motorcycle ride to the Adirondacks on Saturday, September 21st, at 4 Avis Drive in Latham. Registration is online at www. fighttobehealed.org or on the morning of the event at
8:30am (kickstands are up at 9:30). Following the ride will be a family friendly event with a pig roast, fun, raffle, games, music from the Back 40 Band and the Albany County Sherriff’s Child Safe Program. Prices are $30 per rider with passenger, $20 for single riders, and $20 for BBQ only (all children and Melodies Center Families are free for the BBQ - must register -). Register today! More information on Facebook page @NicksRideToBeHealed.
Saratoga Heritage Area Visitor Center Guided Trolley Tours SARATOGA SPRINGS - The Saratoga Heritage Area Visitor Center, in partnership with Upstate Transit of Saratoga, is pleased to announce that the two-hour Historic Saratoga driving tour has returned for 2019. This informative and entertaining tour will include historic sights and points of interest along Broadway, North Broadway,
the Skidmore campus, the High Rock area, the Saratoga Casino Hotel, Saratoga Race Course, beautiful Union Avenue, Saratoga Spa State Park, and more! Upstate Transit of Saratoga has captured the charm of yesteryear and the comfort of today by designing trolleys with authentic wooden seating, decorative etched glass windows and air-conditioning for your comfort. New in 2019: The Saratoga Dreams Bed & Breakfast has joined the tour, and trolley guests will experience a private main floor tour of their historic Victorian home followed by Saratoga refreshments on the veranda. Tours will be offered through August 28. Sunday and Wednesday tours will depart at 11:00 AM, Monday and Tuesday tours will depart at 1:00 PM. All tours run rain or shine and begin at the Saratoga Heritage Area Visitor Center, 297 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866. The cost is $22.00 per person and advanced
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Books for Troops Needs More Books CAPITAL DISTRICT - Books for Troops would once again like to thank all those who supported our “Adopt-A-Box” fundraiser. Even after the deadline, we continued to receive donations. The total donations were enough to send over 400 boxes of 40-50 books to our deployed troops and to those in the VA hospitals. It, also, enabled us put aside funds for special requests from the troops. However, in order to fill those boxes, we are in huge need for many more books. The donation of books has fallen drastically in the past few months. We have a special need soft-covered: mysteries, fantasy, history and biography, military non-fiction and fiction, mind body & horror. All other genres are always appreciated and used and needed. We also need Books on CD, puzzle books, CDs, magazines (especially car and health, or news magazines), and comics. Snacks are also welcome. Harlequin romances or books stored for a long time in attics or basements will not be sent to our troops, so please don’t donate them. Older, musty books cannot stand up to the rigors of living in a warzone or to the sterile conditions of hospitals. Harlequin romances are
requested by the troops to NOT be sent. Because of this shortage of books, we have once again added Clifton Park Town Hall as a drop site. Its hours are 9-5 weekdays. However, if you have a huge donation to make (over 100 books) please contact ekeegan3@nycap. rr.com to set up a time to drop them at our office in Latham. The drop boxes are not meant for huge donations. Thank you as always for making Books for Troops possible with your generous donations. Ellen Keegan.
Capital District Chapter of the Embroider’s Guild of America CAPITAL DISTRICT Do you enjoy needlework? Would you like to stitch with others that have similar interests? Whether you are a beginner or have experience, come join us. The NY Capital District Chapter of the Embroiderer’s Guild of America meets in various locations and at various times. The Day Group meets every 3rd Wednesday of the month at Blooming Grove Reformed Church in Defreetsville. Evening meetings are offered in two locations: the Community Room at The Terrace at Beverwyck in Slingerlands from 7p-9p on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday
AROUND YOUR CO of the month and from 6:30p-9p in the Fellowship Hall of St. George’s Episcopal Church in Clifton Park on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month. In addition, there are specialty interest groups that also meet. For more information, check out our website at http://www.nycapega. org or on facebook.com/ nydcega. Come Join Us!
Rochmon Record Club Listening Party – Billy Joel – “The Stranger” SARATOGA SPRINGS On Tuesday August 20 at 6:30 The Rochmon Record Club will converge to listen and learn about Billy Joel’s 5thth album 1977’s “The Stranger” at Caffe’ Lena, 47 Phila Street in Saratoga Springs. The Billy Joel Listening Party begins at 7pm 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, songs and the stories that went into the making of this classic album. By listening together, we get to hear the music again for the first time. We’ll listen to “Night Moves” on Caffe’ Lena’s state of the art sound system. Tickets are available at caffelena.org. For our schedule of events please check rochmon.com or text 518-792-2711.
Residents For A Better Town of Milton Meetings MILTON/BALLSTON SPA - Residents For A Better Town Of Milton Meets The First Monday Of Each Month At The Geyser Road Fire Station At 7pm. All Are Welcome, Come Join Us.
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GANSEVOORT - August 16, 2019. 8:00p.m.10:00p.m. Our Park Naturalist will be leading this month’s Full Moon Hike. While walking around the lake, we will point out flora and fauna as the sun is setting and the moon is rising. Call for reservations with 24-hour advanced notice, 518-7930511. Program fees apply. Rating: Beginner.
GANSEVOORT - August 20, 2019. 10:00a.m.- 12:30p.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, 518-793-0511. We will meet and pay at the park office. Rating: Moderate.
Moreau Kayak Trip GANSEVOORT - August 17, 2019 . 10:00a.m.- 12:00p.m. Summer is here, come learn kayaking with us! This wonderful summer 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, $2 for adults, $1 for children and seniors. If you need to rent it will be $15.
Fly Fishing Demo GANSEVOORT - August 18, 2019 . 10:00a.m.-12:00p.m. Come to the beach at Moreau and learn how to fly fish! Learn about fly casting and possibly try casting yourself. No reservations required!
Turtle Time GANSEVOORT - August 20, 2019. 1:00p.m.2:00p.m. Harrelson and Daryl are our two resident terrestrial turtles that we care for here at the park. Come and spend some time learning about their habits, habitat, diet and what life would look like in the wild. Afterwards we will take a little walk with them on the beach. Reservations are required with 24 hours advanced notice, 518-793-0511. Please stop at the office first to pay for the event. Children and seniors are $1, everyone else is $2.
Mud Pond Hike GANSEVOORT - August 21, 2019 . 10:00a.m.-12:00p.m. This hike is a relatively flat hike. We will start off on the nature trail and head out to Mud Pond. There we will see some beaver lodges and maybe some other fun wildlife. This hike is fairly
easy, at about 2.5 miles round trip. Reservations are necessary with 24 hours advanced notice, call 518-793-0511. Please stop at the park office to pay for the event. Rating: Beginner.
Fishing Trip GANSEVOORT - August 22, 2019. 9:00a.m.12:00p.m. Learn from the best and sign up to fish with Gary. Gary has been fishing his whole life and wants to pass on some special knowledge. He knows every inch of Moreau Lake and if you are lucky, he’ll share some fishing hot spots! Only 2 seats are available in his boat for these special adventures. Please call to reserve one, 518-793-0511.
Beginner Spring Overlook Hike GANSEVOORT - August 22, 2019. 10:00a.m.12:00p.m. A park educator will lead as we hike along this steep but short hike up to the Spring Overlook. This almost mile long trek one way is one of the favorites at the park. Once at the top you will see a beautiful view of the Hudson River. This will be a beginner hike that we will traverse slowly will lots of water breaks. Reservations are required with 24-hour advanced notice, please call 518-793-0511. This hike is about 2 miles round trip, so not very long, but a little on the steeper side.
OMMUNITY Need Craft Artists and Vendors CAPITAL DISTRICT Friday, Sept. 6 & Saturday, Sept. 7, for the annual Lord’s Acre Fair. Burnt Hills United Methodist Church, Rt. 50. Outdoor show, a variety of crafts
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SARATOGA SPRINGS RECREATION DEPT. Saratoga Springs Recreation Department Programs SARATOGA SPRINGS - 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. Skate On at the Saratoga Springs Ice Rinks. Visit SaratogaRec.com and click on the ice skate for the schedule. Hustle with the Saratoga Springs Recreation Department Field Hockey League. Early Bird Registration is Aug 5-Sept 3. Everyone age 8-14 is welcome. Skill development for team play is taught through practice and scrimmages. It’s Batter Up with the Saratoga Springs Recreation Department Tiny T-Ball Program. Early Bird Registration is Aug 5-Sept 3. Everyone age 3-5 is welcome. Participants learn basic hitting, throwing, and base running. Serve Up Your Best with the Saratoga Springs Recreation Department Volleyball League.arly Bird Registra-
tion is Aug 5-Sept 3. Everyone age 8-14 is welcome. Develop your skills and learn rules and strategy to be a successful volleyball player. Get in the Ring with the Saratoga Springs Recreation Department Boxing Program. Early Bird Registration is Aug 5-Sept 3. Everyone age 8-15 is welcome. Learn proper boxing technique and receive conditioning tips. Swing for the Fences with the Saratoga Springs Recreation Department Jr Sluggers Baseball Program. Early Bird Registration is Aug 5-Sept 3. Everyone in grades K-4 is welcome. Learn baseball fundamentals and build your skills for the spring season. Fly Your Disc with the Saratoga Springs Recreation Department Ultimate Disc Program. Early Bird Registration is Aug 5-Sept 3. Everyone age 11-14 is welcome. Learn tips and tricks to become a better ultimate disc player. 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.
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BALLSTON SPA - The Ballston Spa Business & Professional Association (BSBPA) is pleased to announce plans for the 17th Annual “The Way We Were” Car Show to be held Sunday, October 13, 2019 from 9 am-4 pm on Front Street in Ballston Spa. The rain date will be October 20. We invite the public to come stroll our historic village, check out the hundreds of cars and trucks on display, and enjoy the live music, vendors and downtown businesses. It’s a great day for the whole family. The car show is a judged show and several trophies will be awarded, including Best of Show, Mayor’s Choice, Best Engine, Best Paint, Best Stock, Oldest Vehicle plus the top 3 in specified categories. Judging begins at 9 am with trophies awarded at 3:30 pm. The event is free to spectators. Exhibitors can pre-register by September 30, 2019 for $15 per car or $20 the day of show. All proceeds will benefit BSBPA community activities. Dash plaques will be given to the first 400 cars registered and the first 200 cars registered will receive car show souvenirs. Pre-registration can be completed online at www.ballston.org. A printable, mail in registration form will also be available on the website. Sponsorship and vendor opportunities for the event are also available at ballston.org. For more information, contact the Car Show com-
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Debtor’s Anonymous Meetings SARATOGA SPRINGS – Debtor’s Anonymous is a 12 step program that offers hope for people whose use of debting and other financial dysfunction is causing problems and suffering in their lives and the lives of others. This is not Gambler’s Anonymous. We as a group can help restore your sanity and solvency. We share the program along with our experience, strength and hope to discover ways to live without debting and have a happier prosperous life. Meetings are held weekly
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The Great Debate – Ballston vs Saratoga SARATOGA COUNTY - The Saratoga County History Roundtable will present a debate between representatives of the villages of Ballston Spa and Saratoga Springs on Thursday, August 15th at 7 PM at Brookside Museum. It’s 1836 and two of the most prominent citizens of Ballston Spa and Saratoga Springs will discuss the relative merits of their villages at Aldridge’s, the hotel now known as Brookside Museum, 6 Charlton Street, Ballston Spa. Among the topics to be addressed by Joshua B. Aldridge (Jim Richmond) and Henry Walton (Charlie Kuenzel) are their opinion of the springs, their accommodations for visitors, their views on some of their villages most important founders, as well as the future prospects of their towns. Attendees will be encouraged to offer their own opinions at the conclusion of the program.
Yoga at the Overlook at Ulysses S. Grant Cottage WILTON - Saturday, August 17th, 2019. 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM. Tickets: $10 for members, $12 for non-members. Join us for a peaceful morning of yoga at the Grant Cottage overlook. Instructor Katherine Patterson will lead the one-hour class while participants take in “Grant’s Last View” of three local mountain ranges and the surrounding forest. Tickets can be purchased at www.grantcottage.org. 1000 Mt. McGregor Road, Wilton, NY 12831.
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SARATOGA COUNTY - Join us for a FREE Saratoga County Horse Farm tour on Sunday, August 18, 2019. The community is invited for a drive-it-yourself tour of select horse farms around the county; several local farms have graciously agreed to open their doors to the public from 12:004:00PM. This tour is a wonderful opportunity to personally meet some of the farm owners and horses that make the Saratoga area so unique. This farm tour will be fun and educational for the whole family and a perfect way to spend a summer Sunday afternoon. Horse lovers and families will
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then he started emailing and sending out his ideas to people.” The Aurora Games will come around every two years. Kerrigan said she is not sure how it will evolve, if more sports will be added or if it will remain in Albany. All acknowledged that now is the time for women to be in the sports spotlight. De Varona, who attended the Women’s Soccer World Cup where fans in the stands chanted “USA, equal pay,” said women’s voices are vital and should not be ignored. “We need many voices,” de Varona said. “Many voices will bring about change. We’ve seen it happen in tennis. We’ve seen it happen with the World Cup soccer team. The Aurora Games will be a great platform for us. It’s not just about competition, it’s about a dialogue. We need open dialogue about the future of women’s sports, fitness and the values of sports that can lead you forward in life.” Stubbs agreed. “There is nothing more important than giving a young girl an opportunity to play a sport,” she said “Because it is truly the best thing you will do in your life.” email@example.com - 518-454-5445 - @wendyliberatore
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include conversations with athletes, open practices, demonstrations and chalk talks. “It’s really important to see the athletes up front,” said Stubbs, who will do tennis commentary during the games. “Until girls see it, they don’t think they can be it. Once you give them exposure, they see how fun it is, then they want to do it. It’s very important for parents to bring their kids.” Despite Title IX, which banned discrimination on the basis of sex at schools receiving federal funding, all three admit said that women’s sports have a long way to go and that change is slow. “Just because a federal law is passed it doesn’t mean you don’t have to fight for those opportunities that are mandated,” said de Varona, a two-time Olympian gold medalist in swimming. “Only about 20 years ago, we had a third of the opportunities men had. Most schools are still not in compliance, but we still outperform men on the Olympic level.” The lack of opportunities for the female athletes was the reason for establishing the Aurora Games. Kerrigan said the idea was conceived by her husband, Jerry Solomon, a sports marketing executive. She said they were watching the opening ceremonies of the 2016 Olympics and Solomon noted that there were more women athletes than men. He then lamented at only seeing these athletes every four years. “He said, ‘This is crazy. We should do something,’” Kerrigan recalled. “Right
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PAINTING SOLUTIONS Interior painting & staining. Wallpaper removal, wall repairs, taping. Res./Comm. Free est. Fully ins. (518) 986-1154. www.dps518.com PROFESSIONAL PAINTER Interior/ exterior. 25 years experience. Insured, references. Free Estimates. (518) 373-7982 RON’S TREE SERVICE Fully insured, free est. Firewood & logging, tree removal, stump grinding, lot clearing, chipping and hauling. It’s not all about the money, we do more for less. (518) 538-2270 STUMP ’N GRIND Stump grinding. Got stumps? Call Stump’N Grind. (518) 301-5712 TOM MULLEN TREE & STUMP REMOVAL We specialize in large tree removal. Ins. Free estimates. (518) 584-7259 or (518) 598-3791. tommullantreeservice.com
SARATOGA COUNTY Adult Community. Minumum 55 years old. Mohican Hill Apts. Ballston Spa. Spacious 1 BR, walkin closets, storage $775. Washer, dryer hkups. Low heat costs. No pets. (518) 885-4232
RESIDENTIAL WANTED I BUY HOUSES! CASH!! Any price, area or condition. FAST FAIR OFFERS! (518) 441-6376
Crafters & Vendors Wanted For Fall Fair
BEST Looking for Donations
Search and Rescue Volunteers Needed
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
SARATOGA SPRINGS - BEST a non-profit at the Saratoga Race Track is looking for donations. Items needed are work boots,light jackets,hoodies and weather appropriate clothing.The workers are very appreciative for the many past donations.Also needed are bedding for twin beds. Thank You for what you do. Contact Roger at 518-587-3720 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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
Join us for Greek Fest 2019! PITTSFIELD, MA. - Saturday, August 17th, 11:00am – 8:00pm; Sunday, August 18th, 12:00pm – 6:00pm. St. George Greek Orthodox Church. 73 Bradford St., Pittsfield, MA. Great Greek food, pastries, music, dancing and gifts. Rain or Shine under the tent Free admission . A taste of Greece without the travel.
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