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Volume 68 • Number 8 • February 16, 2017

Capital Region Weekly Newspapers • P.O. Box 1450 • Clifton Park, NY 12065 • 454-5501 • www.crwnewspapers.com

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DELMAR - All events are free and take place at Bethlehem Public Library, 451 Delaware Ave., Delmar. For more information, call 439-9314 or visit bethlehempubliclibrary.org

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Sunday, February 19 - Sing and Celebrate Around the World - Performer and educator Emily Ellison will share the variety of ways people sing and celebrate around the world in this interactive program featuring folk songs and percussion instruments from across the globe, 2-3 p.m. For all ages. Bethlehem Public Library, 451 Delaware Ave., Delmar. For more information, call 439-9314 or visit bethlehempubliclibrary.org

Sunday, February 19 - Knit One, Purl One - If you’re an experienced knitter, bring your current project. If you’re a beginner, bring size 8 knitting needles; we’ll provide yarn and get you started, 2-3 p.m. For adults, teens and kids age 9 and up. Bethlehem Public Library, 451 Delaware Ave., Delmar. 11:10 AM For more information, call 439-9314 or visit bethlehempubliclibrary.org

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Monday, February 20 - Friends of the Library meet Meetings are open to everyone, 6:30 p.m. Bethlehem Public Library, 451 Delaware Ave., Delmar. For more information, call 439-9314 or visit bethlehempubliclibrary.org

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Friday, February 17 - Qi Gong - Learn the gentle art that combines physical movement with breathing and intention to promote health and wellness, 10 a.m. Wear comfortable clothes and shoes. Qi Gong is suitable for all abilities. Bethlehem Public Library, 451 Delaware Ave., Delmar. For more information, call 439-9314 or visit bethlehempubliclibrary.org Friday, February 17 - Quilting: Striped Table Runner - Create a stunning yet simple table runner. Bring at least 1 yard of 100% cotton fabric with a lengthwise striped repeat and 1 yard coordinating fabric for the back, 2-4 p.m. Basic sewing machine knowledge recommended. Registration required. See events calendar for image. Questions? Call Natalie at 439-9314, ext. 3023. Bethlehem Public Library, 451 Delaware Ave., Delmar. For more information, call 439-9314 or visit bethlehempubliclibrary.org

DELMAR - on Thursday, February 16, at 2 PM at the Delmar Reformed Church, 386 Delaware Avenue, Delmar. Fort Orange was built by the Dutch at the same early date the English were landing at Plymouth Rock. Nothing remains in either location from those first houses built circa 1620, however both the Hudson and the Mohawk Valleys contain a number of fine examples of Dutch architecture from the early 17th and early 18th centuries. The focus of the lecture will be on the earliest houses that were built either as urban dwellings or rural homesteads. Several of the homes that have been fully restored from the inside out highlighting their unique Dutch features. The lecture will end with one of a kind examples of furniture these homes contained and illustrate how they differ in their designs and forms from their New England counterparts. Programs of the Bethlehem Historical Association are free and open to the public. Refreshments will be available following the talk. Please come and bring a friend!

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CAPITAL DISTRICT - The February meeting of the YOPD Support Group is scheduled Saturday, February 18, 2017, 2:004:00 p.m. at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 510 Albany-Shaker Road, Loudonville, New York. Program: Mary Piel, Occupational Therapist, is the guest speaker. There is networking and no admission charge. Patients and caregivers are welcome to attend to learn more about Parkinson’s disease. For further information regarding the YOPD, contact: 518-371-0448, after 3:00 p.m.

BELATED VALENTINE’S DAY CELEBRATION

WATERVLIET - Polka dancing at St. Basil’s Center, 23 Archibald St, Maplewood/ Watervliet, NY. Sunday, February 19, 1-5pm. Polkas and a variety of Music by Donnie “P” & Celebration Family. Food/cash bar available. Come celebrate this special dance! For more information call Donnie (518) 373-1413

SPAGHETTI SUPPER

FEURA BUSH - Jerusalem Reformed Church on RT 32 in Feura Bush is having a Spaghetti Supper on Saturday February 25th from 4-6:30. Free will donations. Spaghetti, homemade meatballs, fresh Italian bread, salad and dessert.

SCHUYLER MANSION PROGRAM DISCUSSES SLAVERY IN THE HUDSON RIVER VALLEY

ALBANY - On Thursday, February 23, 2017, Schuyler Mansion will present, To Be So Confin’d: Complexities of Slavery in 18th Century New York, a dramatic presentation and discussion panel that will examine the complexities of northern slavery, and the multiplex nature of that bondage within one household belonging to Major-General Philip Schuyler. The program will take place in the large meeting room at the John A. Howe branch of the Albany Public Library, located at 105 Schuyler Street in Albany’s historic South End, and will begin at 5:30 p.m. The program is free to the public. Light refreshments. Schuyler Mansion State Historic Site, located at 32 Catherine Street in Albany’s historic South End, was the 18th-century home of Revolutionary War Major-General Philip Schuyler (1733-1804) and his family. The mansion will open for general visitation, mid-May 2017. For further information about this or other programs, please visit www.parks. ny.gov, www.schuylerfriends.org or find us on Facebook.

A COMMUNITY CONVERSATION ON IMMIGRATION IN THE CAPITAL DISTRICT

ALBANY - Sunday, February 26, 2017. St. Sophia Church, 440 Whitehall Road, Albany, NY 12208. 2:00-4:00 PM. A panel will feature guest speakers from the Capital Region Refugee Roundtable, the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants, the Refugee and Immigrant Support Services (RISSE) at Emmaus Church, the Center for Women in Government and Civil Society, and the New Sanctuary for Immigrants. The panelists will share some “human interest stories” and discuss the services they offer and ways that individuals can be involved and supportive of immigrants. All League meetings are open to the public.

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SLINGERLANDS - On Feb. 26th, 2017 from 2-4pm. The Bethlehem Alliance for Historic and Community Preservation will host a public gathering in the community room of the Bethlehem Public Library. The Town of Bethlehem will provide a proclamation to mark the 5th anniversary of the Slingerlands Historic District official recognition in the National Register of Historic Places. There will be displays, literature, slide presentation and light refreshment available.

WATERVLIET PUBLIC LIBRARY LOCAL HISTORY TALK

WATERVLIET - Local History Talk: “Harriet Tubman’s Watervliet Rescue” by Rosemary Nichols. Monday, February 27 at 6:30 PM. Harriet Tubman rescued many enslaved people in the decades before the Civil War. One of her most dramatic rescues involved Charles Nalle, a man who escaped the Maryland ownership of his brother and was betrayed by a Sand Lake lawyer. The most dangerous part of the rescue took place in what was then West Troy, now Watervliet. Celebrate Black History Month with a little known Watervliet adventure story, guns and all. Watervliet Public Library, 1501 Broadway Watervliet.

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LATHAM - The Friends of Pruyn House will welcome Rosemary Armao on Wednesday, MARCH 8, 2017 at 7pm. Rosemary is an associate professor and director of the Journalism Program at the State University of New York at Albany and a regular panelist on two programs for the National Public Radio affiliate in Albany, WAMC. In her career, which has spanned 46 years, she has written and edited for six US newspapers and a wire service, taught journalism and writing at five universities and worked on reporting and media development projects in Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe. Rosemary is a former head of the Journalism and Women’s Symposium and of Investigative Reporters & Editors. Closer to home, she is currently the president of the Board of Trustees of the William K. Sanford Public Library. Her talk is titled, “After 2016 – Should Women Be Allowed to Vote?” Admission is free!! Reservations

are required. Call 783-1435 to reserve today!

CAPITAL DISTRICT CHAPTER COLUMBIETTES MEETING RESCHEDULED

ALBANY - The Capital District Chapter Columbiettes Meeting has been rescheduled from February 12th, 2017 to February 26th, 2017 @ 12:30 P.M. at the Albany Knights of Columbus Council, 375 Ontario Street, Albany, N.Y. 12208. Capital District Chapter President, Linda Cotch, will preside.

ONESQUETHAW UNION CEMETERY ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING

FEURA BUSH - Monday, March 6, 2017; 7 PM - Onesquethaw Union Cemetery Association annual meeting at the Onesquethaw Reformed Church, 11 Groesbeck Road, Feura Bush, NY, at 7 PM. Any and all lot owners are encouraged to attend.


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ALBANY - Texas Roadhouse, 105 Wolf Rd., Albany. Thursday, February 23rd. 11:30am3:00pm. Give Blood. Every 2 seconds someone in the U.S. needs blood. Complimentary soft drinks and hot rolls & butter will be available after donation. All presenting donors will receive a Free Appetizer Coupon. For an appointment, please visit redcrossblood.org and use sponsor code TexasRoadhouseAlb or Call 1-800-REDCROSS (1-800-733-2767). redcrossblood.org | download the Blood Donor App.

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VOCAL SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

CAPITAL DISTRICT- Burnt Hills Oratorio Society (BHOS), Music Director William Jon Gray, will hold its annual vocal scholarship competition for current High School seniors in the Capital Region. A scholarship and an opportunity to sing in a BHOS concert will be awarded to the top two competitors. Applicants need not plan a career in music, but the cash prize is intended to facilitate the continued study of singing. This year auditions will be held on Saturday, March 4 at the Saratoga Springs Public Library. Details and applications can be found at www. bhos.us/award

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CAPITAL DISTRICT - This 9-day tour from Sept. 24 to Oct. 2 includes San Francisco, Tuolumne & Yosemite National Park, Sacramento, Lake Tahoe, Santa Rosa & Sonoma, the Napa Valley Wine Train, and more. Price per person includes round-trip airfare and air taxes, hotel accommodations, airport-to-hotel transfers, motor coach, wine train, and 12 meals. Rates vary by number of people per room. Capital Region residents are encouraged to reserve before March 17; after that, this tour will be advertised nationwide. It sold out fast last year. For details, call Lisa at Plaza Travel (518) 785-3338 or email lisa@plazatravel.net. Sponsored by La Fédération franco-américaine du New York.

AARP TAXAIDE SERVICES

CAPITAL DISTRICT - The AARP TaxAide program will be providing free tax preparation services for low and moderate income residents in Saratoga, Washington and Warren Counties. The AARP TaxAide program is sponsored by the AARP Foundation in cooperation with the Internal Revenue Service-IRS. AARP TaxAide counselors are volunteers who are trained in state and federal tax regulations, and are certified by the IRS to provide tax preparation services. Tax preparation services will be available through April 15. To find the location nearest you, go to www.aarp.org/findtaxhelp. Then call the listed phone number to schedule an appointment. If you do not have access to the internet, call 1-888-227-7669 for assistance.

CAPITAL DISTRICT - Fresh Air summers are filled with children running barefoot through the grass, gazing at star-filled skies and swimming for the first time. This summer, join volunteer host families in the Albany area, and open your heart and home to a Fresh Air child. Each summer, thousands of children from New York City’s low-income communities visit suburban, rural and small town communities along the East Coast and Southern Canada through The Fresh Air Fund’s Friendly Towns Program. The Fresh Air Fund, an independent, not-for-profit agency, has provided free summer experiences to more than 1.8 million New York City children from low-income communities since 1877. Fresh Air children are boys and girls, from seven to 18 years old, who live in New York City. Children who are reinvited by host families may continue with The Fresh Air Fund through age 18 and can enjoy extended trips. For more information about hosting a Fresh Air child this summer, please contact Tenniel Hansen at 518-441-4407 or visit www.freshair.org.

ST. PATRICK’S DAY 5K RUN AND WALK COOK PARK, COLONIE

COLONIE - Looking for a goal to help you stick to those New Year’s resolutions? Will’s Lucky Charm 5K is the perfect event for you. This run/walk will be held in the beautiful Cook Park located in the Village of Colonie. Runners will be chip timed by ARE Event Productions, Inc. All proceeds will go to a little boy from the Village of Colonie who has been fighting a congenital heart defect in Boston Children’s Hospital since July 2016. The run and walk will begin at 10 AM. There will be a free kids 100 yard dash starting at 9:30 AM. To register and find a link to our Facebook page, please visit: www.zippyreg.com?event=867. Please send questions to luckycharm5kinfo@gmail.com. See you on race day, and don’t forget to wear green!

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LATHAM - Sunday, March 12, 2017. 2 pm. Kitchen Jazz features vocals and instrumentals from Cole Porter, to jazz standards, to Joni Mitchell. Vocalists Richard Genest and Sylvie Briber are backed by Dave Kitchen on guitar, Jim Connelly on bass and Norm Ainslie on drums. Dave Kitchen, who gave the band its name, has been playing for many years in the Capital District, often with Jim Connelly. Norm Ainslie rounds out the instrumental trio. A wide variety of vocals are handled by Richard Genest, founding member of the group and Sylvie Briber, well-known Schenectady singer. Kitchen Jazz cooks up a tasty offering of familiar tunes around the Stockade District and greater Schenectady. ADMISSION IS FREE!! RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED Call 783-1435 to reserve today.

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DANCE FOR PAWS!

CAPITAL DISTRICT - Music Revolution DJ Service Presents: Dance For Paws! An evening of awesome dance music and fun to benefit HAPPY CAT RESCUE (located in Altamont, NY) being held on March 11th, 2017 at Guan Ho Ha Gun Club, 1451 Rector Rd, Scotia 6:00-11:00pm. DOOR PRIZES ANNOUNCED EVERY HALF HOUR. RAFFLE PRIZES AND SILENT AUCTION TOO! Only a $5 donation at the door. A cash bar right next to the dance floor. So put on your boogie shoes and help raise money for Happy Cat Rescue! For more information check out our Happy Cat Rescue Facebook page.

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CAPITAL DISTRICT - For the fourth year in a row, the International Center will be hosting a “local” Academic WorldQuest Competition in late March in which the winning team will be sent to Washington DC to represent our region in the National Academic WorldQuest on Saturday, April 29, 2017. One of the greatest challenges facing our nation and our schools across the country is preparing our youth for the globally interconnected world of the 21st Century. America’s ability to face the economic and security challenges of the 21st Century and seize new opportunities is dependent on an informed citizenry and a well-educated workforce. Academic WorldQuest is a unique opportunity to expose youth to the world outside our borders and prepare them for the challenges and the opportunities of the 21st Century. The ten (10) categories for this year’s AWQ National Competition are: Current Events, Great Decisions, Peace and Conflict in Today’s World, Combating Infectious Disease, European Union, Countering Violent Extremism, Turkey, Global Megacities, China, Women in Technology. Study guides are available and there are NO fees/costs to participate. Founded in 2003 by the World Affairs Councils

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When the time comes to upgrade to a new car or truck, buyers may ponder which offers more benefits: trading the vehicle in at the dealership or selling their vehicle privately. Each option has its share of pros and cons. After reviewing their options, shoppers can make an informed decision regarding which path to follow. Selling it yourself Selling a vehicle privately takes more effort than simply bringing it to the dealership and trading the vehicle in. However, the extra legwork and research can be worth it financially. The work involved may deter some people, but if money the is end game, it’s worth the effort. The first step is pinpointing an asking price. Automotive websites and even local newspaper classified sections can give would-be sellers an idea with regard to how much their vehicles might be worth on the open market. Kelley Blue Book (kbb.com) enables sellers to plug in details such as options on the car and mileage to determine the value of their vehicles. Prospective sellers also can describe the condition of their vehicles to get the most accurate estimate possible with regard to the value of the vehicle. Private sales also require devoting some time to getting the vehicle a tune-up and washing and detailing it. Plus, a seller will have to sort through the possible buyers and confirm their legitimacy and ability to pay.

Trading in Trading in an old car has many benefits, including the simplicity of such transactions. Dealerships will assess the value of the vehicle and offer a trade-in price. That money is then applied to the purchase price of the new car. Trading in may not prove as lucrative as selling the vehicle. That’s because dealers have to leave room for mark-up so they can make a few dollars on the trade-in. Yet, a number of people feel the convenience of driving into the dealership with one car and then leaving in a new one exceeds the financial benefit of selling the car privately. Drivers must also recognize that there can be tax advantages to trading in compared to selling their vehicles. Sales tax is only applied to the difference between the trade-in and the new-car price. So, if one were to get $10,000 for the trade-in and is spending $20,000 on the new vehicle, he or she only pays sales tax on $10,000. Deciding whether to trade in a preowned vehicle or sell it can be a difficult choice. Drivers must decide how much work they are willing to do if they want to sell privately or if they prefer the convenience of trading in.

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Learning to drive and receiving a driver’s license makes for some exciting times for young drivers. Those first moments of freedom on the road open up many new possibilities for teenagers accustomed to relying on their parents to get them around town. Although being a new driver is exciting, it also carries with it very real risk. Car crashes are the leading cause of death for teens in the United States, taking the lives of six teens a day, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Harvard Health Publications states that lack of experience behind the wheel is one factor behind high crash rates among teens, but other factors also may be in play. The prefrontal cortex, which contains the neural mechanisms of self-control, is one of the last parts of the brain to mature. As a result, teenagers are prone to taking risks, behaving impulsively and seeking sensation. These traits can be dangerous behind the wheel of a car. Preventing teenage driving accidents requires some measure of dedication, awareness and education. • Improve driving skills. A driver’s license does not mean drivers have learned all there is to know about driving. In fact, newly licensed drivers still have a lot to learn. Experience only comes with time and practice, and every day presents teen drivers with a new opportunity to expand their skills. • Watch the speed limit. Speeding makes it more difficult to control a vehicle. Obey the speed limit, and recognize speed limits are suggestions during ideal driving conditions. When driving in inclement weather, reduce speed, even if that means driving below the speed limit. • Reduce distractions. When driving, reduce distractions inside of the car. This includes eating or talking on the phone while driving. It also means fiddling with the radio or checking social media. The CDC’s Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance —United States, 2015 states that 42 percent of high school students who drive report texting or emailing while driving. Texting while driving creates conditions similar to drinking or using drugs while behind the wheel. • Avoid peer passengers. Teens should avoid having other teens or younger children as passengers in their first year as licensed drivers. Other kids can be an added source of distraction inside of the vehicle and may goad drivers into behaviors they would otherwise avoid. Wait until you gain more experience behind the wheel before you start to hone your chauffeur skills. • Stick to daytime driving. Driving at night can make it much more difficult for drivers to see their surroundings and recognize potential hazards. Within the first few months of earning their licenses, teenagers should drive only during the daytime and log plenty of practice hours driving at night accompanied by an adult until they feel more confident. Teen drivers are at a higher risk of accidents than more experienced motorists. But certain strategies can help reduce that risk.


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While filling up, customers can select music on Pandora, record a video e-card to share on social media or play music trivia. The pump responds in real time through a touchscreen tablet-like device and provides drivers with a variety of entertainment options. Developed through a partnership with The Onion and Pandora, Miles has a clever personality. According to Donna Sanker, chief marketing officer for BP Fuels North America, “We believe this technology could change the way people think about the typical fill-up and give consumers another reason to visit our stations.” After pumping gas, drivers can send themselves a text message with content created at the pump, a link to the Pandora station they chose and a special return offer. Although these interactive pumps are still being tested, they may soon be noticed across the country. They’re particularly targeted to millennials, who consistently immerse themselves in technology and rely heavily on digital content. BP has not yet revealed plans to expand Miles to pumps in other high-profile markets. Only time will tell if the company expands its interactive fuel pump efforts and whether competitors like Exxon Mobil, Shell, Chevron, and Valero develop their own interactive technology.

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• Improve visibility. Turn on windshield wipers and lights when it is raining. This makes it easier to see the road and makes your vehicle more visible to other motorists.

• Stick to daytime driving. If possible, when it is raining, drive only during the day. Glare from wet roadways and headlights at night can further compromise poor visibility.

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CROSSWORD So, what can the gardener do in February to get ready for the season ahead? This is the time for planning and buying seeds, but it’s too early to start growing them. Well, there is one garden plant that wants to get started now for spring planting; tuberous begonias. Tuberous begonias are a wonderful flowering plant for folks with shady areas that could benefit from some flowering color that will last right up until first frost. As the name implies, these begonias grow from tubers rather than seeds or cuttings like other begonias. They sport showy flowers that come in a wide range of sizes and colors. There are even hanging varieties. Besides being a great choice for planting directly in soil, many varieties of tuberous begonias are happy to grow in containers that you can place about your shady patio or balcony. Since tuberous begonias are slow to start, it’s best to start them indoors during February through mid-March. It’s also a great winter activity for the desperate northeastern gardener who’s yearning for the feel and smell of soil and the sight of something…anything that’s growing. To make a good show in the garden, you’ll want to start several begonia tubers. The best way to do this is to start them in a shallow 11” by 22” seed tray. First, fill the tray with a good STERILE potting mix that’s high in peat content. You should be able to start ten or so tubers in a single tray. When you’re picking out your tubers at the garden center, pick out the largest ones. You’ll notice that the lumpy round tubers are domed on one side and slightly dished on the other. The dished side of the tuber is the top. Starting them is a snap. Simply nestle each tuber, dished side up, into your soil-filled tray just level with the surface of the soil. You can just cover the top of the tuber but not with more than a quarter of an inch of soil. Moisten the soil with room temperature water. If the tray you’re using has no holes for drainage, be careful. Begonias will rot easily if kept too moist so take it easy. The soil wants to be just lightly moist, not soggy wet. It’s best to use a tray with holes so that excess water will drain away. Nesting a tray without holes below the tray with drainage holes prevents damage to wood surfaces and allows you to remove excess water in case you overdo it. After the initial watering, you shouldn’t water again until you see signs of growth or the soil is actually dry. You can cover your tuber-filled tray with newspaper or a plastic sheet to hold in humidity to speed up sprouting, but remove it immediately at the first sign of growth. Depending on the variety you’ve chosen, sprouts will appear from one to five week after planting and watering. Once the first shoots appear, make sure that you keep the soil from drying out; still avoiding sogginess since begonia tubers can rot easily if kept too moist. After five or six leaves have developed, it’s time to transplant them into larger pots. If you plan on growing them in containers all summer, this would be the time to plant them into their “display pots”. They’ll need lots of bright light but no direct sunlight. You can speed them along with HALF strength balanced (20-20-20) liquid or soluble plant food every two weeks (no, more isn’t better). Once ALL danger of frost has passed in spring (late May to you), you can transplant them into their summer bed. I like to cover mine for a few days with horticultural fabric to allow them to get used to outdoor light after growing indoors. Remember, they prefer shade so make sure they don’t get direct sunlight. An hour of the day’s first rays won’t hurt them but avoid any afternoon sun completely. Now all they need is a little liquid plant food every couple of weeks and regular removal of spent flowers and they’ll just go and go. Since begonia tubers are quite tender, you’ll want to lift them from the soil immediately after the first frost nips them in fall. There’s no sin in taking them out a bit before frost gets them. Better safe than sorry. Snip off all the stems and place the tubers on a sheet of newspaper to dry. Brush off any loose soil and dust them with a good bulb dust to help prevent mold. Place them into a shoebox of sterile potting soil for winter storage. Store them in a cool place that won’t freeze. Get them out next February and start all over again. If you never have, give tuberous begonias a try. They’re easy to start and you’ll have fun playing in the dirt as we wait for the frozen world outside to thaw. Thanks for the read.

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SARATOGA AUTOMOBILE MUSEUM NY INTERNATIONAL AUTO SHOW BUS TRIP

CAPITAL DISTRICT - Monday, April 17, 2017. Please join us for our 4th annual bus trip to NYC for the NY International Auto Show, held at the Jacob Javits Convention Center. Transportation will be provided by Upstate Transportation of Saratoga. Reserve your tickets today MEMBER TICKET $75; NON MEMBER TICKET $85. Contact: lindsey.collins@saratogaautomuseum. org for more information. 518.587.1935.

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CAPITAL DISTRICT - April 17-21. Ages 7-15. Register online at Sagegators.com. Please contact Brian Barnes at 518-292-1969 or by email barneb@sage.edu for more information. Free early drop off and late pick up available.

CAPITAL DISTRICT PATRIOT FLIGHT INC FLIGHT TO THE WAR MEMORIALS IN DC

CAPITAL DISTRICT - Capital District Patriot Flight Inc. WW II, Korean, Vietnam Cold War Veterans. Flight to the War Memorials in DC. April 29, 2017. Any Active Served Veterans up through Vietnam War. Veterans & Guardians Send in Your Application Patriotflight.org PO Box 190, Delmar, NY 12054 518-439-9265, fomservice@aol.com Help Us Honor the Veterans.

ELIJAH – CALL FOR SINGERS BURNT HILLS ORATORIO SOCIETY

CAPITAL DISTRICT - Burnt Hills Oratorio Society is recruiting singers for a performance of Mendelssohn’s choral masterpiece “Elijah”. The performance is Friday, May 19, 2017, 7:30pm at Zankel Music Center, Skidmore College. Rehearsals are Tuesdays, 7:00pm at Burnt Hills Ballston Lake High School Choral Room. Go online, www.BHOS.us to print out a registration form, or arrive early (6:30) to register. Great music, outstanding leadership, talented non-auditioned community chorus. Join us for an inspiring experience of music-making, learning, and fun. Go to www.BHOS.us or call (518) 416-4060 to learn more. Walk ins welcome.

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ALBANY – Introducing Safe Care Mobility Services: Reliable, High Quality Medical Transportation in the Capital Region. Safe Care Mobility Services, a new provider of non-emergency medical transportation, recently opened its doors to provide service in Albany’s Capital Region. Focused on providing high-end customer service and dedicated to transporting patients safely and comfortably, Safe Care Mobility Services has already established itself as one of the Capital Region’s premier providers of ambulette and medical transportation. Serving Albany, Troy, Rensselaer, Schenectady, and Saratoga, Safe Care is the ideal option for those who require wheelchair, stretcher or ambulatory transport. Fully certified by the NYS Department of Transportation and NYS Health Department, Safe Care provides private door-to-door service for patients traveling for day programs, medical appointments, special events and more.

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COLONIE – The Town of Colonie Senior Resources Department provides individual support, assistance and counseling to family caregivers caring for an aging loved one or friend. For information and assistance please contact the Senior Resources Dept. at 459-5051. Caregiver support services are partially funded by Albany County Department for Aging.

MEN WHO HAVE CANCER

CAPITAL DISTRICT - For men recently diagnosed and those already living with cancer, there is a compassionate group for support for you and your loved ones. Held at the American Cancer Society’s Hope Club, 1 Penny Lane, Latham the third Wednesday of each month from 6 to 8 pm, Men to Men Support Group shares sources for education about your disease, information on treatment selections, coping techniques to get in and stay in control as well as emotional support. Spouses, family or significant others are welcome. For more information, please call: (518) 220-6960.


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TROY - A Flea Market Including Antiques, Vintage, & Collectable Items Will Be Held Friday, Saturday & Sunday - May 26, 27 & 28th Rain or Shine From 9am to 4pm at 7 Grange Road, Troy NY 12180 (At Routes 142 & 7). Jewelry, Furniture, Toys Etc. and Great Gifts. Something For Everyone! The Sale Is Sponsored By The Brunswick Grange. Proceeds Will Benefit The Grange Community Activities. VENDORS ARE WANTED. $15 A Space Per Day. For Reservations or Info Call 279-9113.

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DELMAR - When it comes to the free WiFi access at the library – you CAN take it with you. Bethlehem Public Library has started loaning out Pocket WiFi hotspots that allow users WiFi access within the Sprint network anywhere in the United States. There is no denying that Internet access opens up new possibilities in education, entertainment and commerce. By providing “Internet to Go,” the library is making sure that access is available to everyone in the community. As WiFi usage at the library and the library-sponsored signal at the town pool continues to grow, adding portable hotspots to the catalog was the logical next step. Patrons can use the device to stream music or their favorite shows or do some online research on their own time and in their own space -- there are no restrictions as long as Sprint service is available. The devices can be found on the library’s Special Collections shelf near

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BETHLEHEM - The Bethlehem Industrial Development Agency (IDA) generally meets on the fourth Friday of each month. The meetings are broadcast live on the web; the video, agenda and minutes are also available online. 8:00 AM at Town Hall Auditorium, 445 Delaware Avenue, First Floor, Delmar, NY 12054

KITTEN ANGELS VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

CAPITAL DISTRICT - Kitten Angels is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization in the Capital District dedicated to the rescue and placement of cats and kittens into great homes. We spay/ neuter, vaccinate, and provide any necessary veterinary care prior to adoption. We are funded 100% from adoption fees, donations, and fundraising events. Kitten Angels is in desperate need of volunteers who can foster cats and kittens in their homes. Can’t foster? You can still help! We run many adoption events each week and we need volunteers to help set up and take down. We need lots of administrative help as well, including developing new fundraising events, making follow-up calls to new pet parents after our felines are adopted, grant writing, maintaining our website (WordPress), and media relations. If you can spare just a few hours a month you can make a huge difference in the lives of homeless felines. Please call Judie Janco at 518-573-9906 for more information

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DELMAR – This is a program for young men and woman ages 11-17 who are interested in developing skills in Leadership, Seamanship and Military Discipline. Monthly drilling. For Info: LCDR METCHICK at 518-322-0318.

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FIREWOOD SEASONED CHERRY Ready to burn! Face cord $125. Deliveries available. 664-6720. FAST FIX HEATING AND PLUMBING LLC 24 hr service, fully ins. 26 yrs. exp. Installs/ replacements, tuneups, touble shooting. Fixing all your heating & plumbing needs. (518) 256-1346. No job too big or small. FIREWOOD $250 per cord (seasoned). $180 per cord, (green). Discount on 2 or more. Cut, split & del. Dependable and honest service. Harvey 338-5898 or 391-5363 FIREWOOD Seas., cut, split,& delivered. $250/ cord, Green $180/cord. For some of the best service & wood in the Northeast, call Kalme Logging 222-9631. FIREWOOD/ CAMP WOOD Exit 15N.com Lou “The Wood Guy” Rt. 50, Wilton. 24/7 FRIDHOLM PAINTING All int./ext. painting & staining projects. Popcorn & cathedral ceilings, wallpaper stripping, faux/decorative painting. Free est. Insured. A+ BBB rating. Will show up. Neat. Clean up. We love what we do! contact John Fridholm, 330-9507 www.jfridholm.com GARAGE DOOR GARY Garage doors, electric openers, service. Garage door openers make great gifts! Call for free estimate. 399-6102. HANDYMAN Framing, sheetrock, floors, finish work, painting, odd jobs. Free est. Great prices. Carmine 496-0968 HEATING SERVICE AND AIR CONDITION Or new installations. Best prices. Best efficiencies. Gas fire, rebates. Call Mike O’Brien 365-6624 anytime.

HOME IMPROVEMENT/ UPGRADES Indoor & outdoor. 20+ yrs. experience. Carpentry, electrical & plumbing. Ins. Bill 399-2991 HOUSE CLEANING Call today for an estimate on a one-time deep cleaning or regularly scheduled cleanings. Excellent references. Linda 222-9734.

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SEAMLESS GUTTERS The Gutter Guy. Cleaning & repair also available. Fully ins. 25 years exp. 339-3231 SEASONED FIREWOOD Dry 14 & 26 months. Birch, oak, maple & beech. Oversize cord $270 del. 366-4493. SMALL ENGINE REPAIR AND SERVICE Lawnmowers, snowblowers. John (518) 698-9522. SSR TRANSPORT Automobile and power sport transport. Motorcycle shipping to Daytona and other bike rallies. RV and boat transport. Call Matt for an immediate response, 330-6208 T&C FIREWOOD EXPRESS CO. Guaranteed money back in writing, 100% no rain or snow, seasoned hard wood $85 face cord, 16, 12 & 6” split wood. P/U at Watervliet off 19th St, Sat 1-4pm Sun 1:30-4pm wkly 383-6111, wkend 859-2485 Call ahead. TREE, SHRUB, STUMP SRV Bucket, crane, chipper, stump removal, small jobs to mega. 944-3672 TORRES CONTRACTING Home repairs, additions, int. remodeling, kit./baths, decks, painting, pressure washing, masonry, roofing, seamless gutters, siding. Free est. Fully ins. 631-0572 or 229-4720 TREE SERVICE Stump Busters of Wynantskill. Tree & stump removal. 24 hour service. 286-1865 or 573-7464 WADE’S TREE SERVICE & LANDSCAPE CO. Complete tree service. Light landscaping service. 35 yrs. exp. 3rd generation arborist. 10% disc. with ad. Fully ins. Free estimates 384-7285 WATER HEATERS REPLACED NOW! Rebates! Gas fired. Tankless or tank type. Call Mike O’Brien 365-6624 any time!

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COLONIE - Board of Assessment Review -- Annually 4th Tuesday in May; Community Development Citizen Advisory Committee -- as needed; Conservation Advisory Council -- 1st and 3rd Thursday of month; Friends of Pruyn House -- 2nd Monday of each month; Highway Safety Committee -- 3rd Wednesday of each month; Industrial Development Agency -- as needed; Justice Court -- Every Monday and Wednesday night and Thursday morning; Library Board -- 3rd Wednesday of the month & special meetings as announced; Planning Board -- Every other Tuesday (Subject to change, please see Planning Board Agenda webpage to verify).; Senior Citizen Advisory Committee -- 3rd Thursday of month, 9:30 AM; Sign Review Board -- 1st & 3rd Tuesday of month, 7:00 PM; Significant Environmental Areas Management Appeals Board -- Meets monthly on Wednesdays at 7:00 PM at Public Operations Center, 347 Old Niskayuna Road. For exact meeting dates, please contact the Plannning and Economic Development Department at 783-2741.; Solid Waste Alternative Planning Committee (SWAP) -- Normally meets monthly on Fridays at 7:00 AM at the Public Operations Center, 347 Old Niskayuna Road. For exact meeting dates, please contact the Division of Environmental Services at 783-2827.; Town Board -- Usually the 2nd & 4th Thursday of month, special meetings as announced (Subject to change, please call ahead, 783-2700 to verify).; Youth Advisory Board -- 1st Thursday of month, 12:00 PM; no meetings in June, July or August.; Zoning Board of Appeals -- Every other Thursday, 7:00 PM (Subject to change, please see Zoning Board of Appeals webpage to verify)

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CAPITAL DISTRICT - Capital District Humane Association, Inc. (CDHA.NET) is an all-volunteer, no-kill animal rescue group that has been saving animals of all kinds throughout the capital region and beyond since 1988. Our goal is to place each animal in our program in a wonderful home where it will be treated like a valued member of the family. We rehome dogs with no charge for surrender. Since CDHA is a rescue group and doesn’t have a facility of its own, all it’s dogs are in foster homes and dogs are showcased at pet adoption clinics held three times each month. Searching for that special dog? Come join us at an adoption clinic at Latham Farms PETSMART the first and second Saturday of each month and at Clifton Park PETSMART the fourth Saturday of each month. Questions? Contact Jennifer 664-3450. Our adoptable dogs include: Adult Chihuahua Mixes, Basenji Mix, Beagles, Cockapoo, Corgi Mix, Dachshund Mix, Hound Mix, Jack Russell Terrier (Broken Coated), Long Haired Chihuahua Mix, Manchester Terrier, Miniature Cattle Dog Mix, Miniature Pinscher, Pekingese, Pomeranian, Shih Poo, Shih Tzu, Spaniel Mix, Spitz Mix, Toy Manchester Terrier, Toy Poodle, and many other small dogs. New dogs join our rescue weekly.


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Because spring is such a popular time to sell a home, homeowners who want to put their homes on the market should use winter as an opportunity to prepare their homes for the prying eyes of prospective buyers. The following tips can help homeowners during the pre-selling preparation process. 1. Address the exterior of the home.

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Winter can be harsh on a home’s exterior, so as winter winds down, homeowners who want to sell their homes should make an effort to address anything that might negatively affect their homes’ curb appeal. A study of homes in Greenville, S.C., from researchers at Clemson University found that the value of homes with landscapes that were upgraded from “good” to “excellent” increased by 6 to 7 percent. If it’s in the budget, hire professional landscapers to fix any problematic landscaping or address any issues that arose during the winter. Homeowners with green thumbs can tackle such projects on their own, but hiring professionals is akin to staging inside the home. 2. Conquer interior clutter. Clutter has a way of accumulating over the winter, when people tend to spend more time indoors than they do through-

out the rest of the year. Homeowners who want to put their homes on the market in spring won’t have the luxury of waiting until spring to do their “spring” cleaning, so start clearing any clutter out in winter, even resolving to make an effort to prevent its accumulation throughout winter. Just like buyers are impressed by curb appeal, they are turned off by clutter. The Appraisal Institute suggests homeowners clear clutter out of their homes before appraisers visit, and the same approach can be applied to open houses. Buyers, like appraisers, see cluttered homes as less valuable. In addition, a home full of clutter might give buyers the impression, true or not, that the home was not well maintained. 3. Eliminate odors.

A home’s inhabitants grow accustomed to odors that might be circulating throughout the house. Pet odor, for instance, might not be as strong to a home’s residents as it is to guests and prospective buyers. Because windows tend to stay closed throughout the winter, interior odors can be even stronger come late-winter than they are during the rest of the year. A thorough cleaning of the house, including vacuuming and removal of any pet hair that accumulated over the winter, can help to remove odor. In the weeks leading up to the open house, bathe pets more frequently, using a shampoo that promotes healthy skin so pet dander is not as prevalent. Open windows when the weather allows so more fresh air comes into the home. Spring is a popular and potentially lucrative time to sell a home, and homeowners who spend winter preparing their homes for the market may reap even greater rewards.

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Per Month 36 Month Lease

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LEASE OFFERS: CASH DOWN OR TRADE EQUITY PLUS TAX, TITLE, DMV FEES, 1ST PAYMENT AND SECURITY DEPOSIT DUE AT LEASE SIGNING... OUTLANDER ES $999 cash down: 36 month closed end lease, 10,000 miles p/year, 15¢ per mile overage. PURCHASE OPTION AT LEASE END. 720 FICO score or higher to qualify for this payment. Previous sales excluded. Offer expires 2/28/17 at 8pm

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*Lifetime Car Washes: exterior only, one per week, as long as you own the purchased vehicle, non-transferable. Lifetime Limited Powertrain Warranty: all vehicle maintenance and repairs must be performed by selling Goldstein dealership in order to receive benefits. $50 deductible per visit. Offers expire 2/28/17 at 8pm.

2014 KIA

SOUL #M6O51A, 56,565mi. Value Vehicle. 72 months @ 2.99%apr, $1,055 cash down or trade equity, Tier 1 credit. Financing thru primary lending source.

CASH PRICE:

OWN IT FOR:

10,556 $161

$

PER MONTH 72 MONTH BUY

90 DAYS Plus tax, title & dmv fees.

NO PAYMENTS! 730 FICO Score to qualify, thru NBT Bank. See us for complete details.

2010

HONDA CIVIC EX

#MX706A, 59,260mi. 72 months @ 2.99%apr, $1,099 cash down or trade equity, Tier 1 credit. Financing thru primary lending source. VALUE VEHICLE

CASH PRICE:

OWN IT FOR:

10,990 $167

$

Plus tax, title & dmv fees.

PER MONTH 72 MONTH BUY

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