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Volume 67 • Number 49 • December 1, 2016

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ALBANY – Torina Reed of Broadalbin, New York was the big winner of the Albany Auto Show’s “Drive The Vote” drawing and won $4,500 towards the lease or purchase of a car from a dealer member of the Eastern New York Coalition of Automotive Retailers (ENYCAR), the show’s Producer. Torina recently picked out a beautiful Acura from Northeast Acura in Latham. The drawing was held after the show closed, that was held November 4th through the 6th at the Times Union Center. The “Drive The Vote” drawing was held in honor of electing our 45th President and attendees got some practice at the show’s voting booths, casting their vote for their favorite show vehicle. You can see Torina featured on the Auto Show’s website: www.AlbanyAutoShows.com! The “favorite car” of the show, will be featured at the show’s website at a later date, when all of the votes have been tallied. The Albany Auto Show is held in November once a year and features at least 30 different manufacturers, as well as other exhibitors and entertainment and is the largest vehicle display and consumer show between Montreal and New York City, between Syracuse and Hartford. Next year’s show will be held November 3-5, 2017.

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TROY - The Troy High School Junior/Senior Board is hosting a craft fair December 3 from 9-2 in the cafeteria. This fair is part of the fundraising efforts to support our proms and graduation.

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LATHAM - The Friends of Pruyn House will host a Holiday Open House weekend at 207 Old Niskayuna Road, Latham NY, on Friday December 2 and Saturday, December 3, 2016. The hours are 10am to 4pm, and the public is invited to this FREE event. On Saturday, music will be provided by members of the the American Recorder Society and refreshments will be served. The historic house, built between 1825 and 1830 will be open for touring. Members of the Blue Creek Garden Club have decorated the House with the theme, “Down Memory Lane”. In addition, they are offering a boutique in the house basement filled with holiday items for sale. The Fort Orange Garden Club will be hosting a Greens Sale in the Schoolhouse, showcasing their beautiful hand-made wreaths and much more. For further information, call the Pruyn House at (518) 783-1435.

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WATERVLIET - The City of Watervliet is offering City residents an opportunity to remember their loved ones this Holiday season. Memorial Christmas trees are available for purchase for $50.00 each (on a first come, first served basis). The trees will be displayed within the municipal pool grounds. Purchasers are responsible for decorating the trees, (only LED Lights are allowed). Please call Bob at 518 337 9115 or Chris at 518 270 3815 for further information.

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GUILDERLAND - 5148 Western ave., Guilderland, NY 12084. Saturday, December 2, 2016 from 9 am until 1 pm. Mingle, shop, buy in a relaxed holiday atmosphere with complimentary coffee, tea, and hot chocolate. Indulge in mouth-watering homemade deserts, baked good, and other speciality food items. Boutique bazaar includes offerings of Christmas crafts and decorations, knitted items, scarfs, exquisite jewelry, and a variety of other upscale items. Take a chance on two raffles: Basket of Cheer and Basket of Goodies. 10% of proceeds will be donated to the Guilderland Food Pantry.

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“LIGHT UP WATERVLIET” IS ON!

WATERVLIET - Christmas is coming! Join your neighbors in brightening up your street this year, “ Light up Watervliet” is on! Only one winner will be chosen, the prize is payment of the electric bill for the month of December. Spread the holiday cheer, challenge your neighbors and enjoy the season!

FORT ORANGE GARDEN CLUB HOLIDAY GREENS SALE AND BOUTIQUE

LATHAM - The Fort Orange Garden Club has scheduled its annual Holiday Greens Sale and Boutique for Friday and Saturday, December 2nd and 3rd from 10am 4pm. In addition, a pre-sale fundraiser will be held Thursday, Dec. 1 from 2-5 pm. The event will take place at the Pruyn House Schoolhouse, 207 Old Niskayuna Rd., Latham, NY. The Park Playhouse Singers will be featured holiday entertainment on Saturday, Dec. 3 at 11 am. The Greens Sale and Boutique will feature boxwood arrangements, wreaths, centerpieces, hostess gifts, candles, potted bulbs and more. The very popular Tag Sale of gently used holiday items will also return on Friday and Saturday of the event. There is no admission charge and parking is free.

LOST RADIO ROUNDERS PRESENTS IN SONG, “POLITICS AND PATRIOTS”

NEW SALEM - Tuesday, December 6, 2016; 7:30-9:30 PM The Lost Radio Rounders presents in song, “Politics and Patriots” at the New Scotland Historical Association, Wyman Osterhout Community Center, off of Route 85, in New Salem, NY. The program is free and open to the public. This acoustical duo sing campaign songs from America’s founding to World War II. For further information, please call 518-765-4212.

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CAPITAL DISTRICT - Brought to you by Upstate Train Associates and Hudson-Berkshire Division, North East Region, NMRA, Albany, NY, Sunday December 4th, 2016. 10 AM to 4 PM. The Update Train Associates and the Hudson-Berkshire Division of the National Model Railroad Association (NMRA) are proud to bring you the annual “Great Train Extravaganza.” The event will be held at the Empire State Convention Center in downtown Albany, NY with easy access to I-787. 10 Am to 4 PM. Price is $7 for adults; children 12 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. There will be operating layouts in most if not all gauges. GTE 2016 will again feature a massive, operating model train layout made entirely of … Legos! This layout always delights guests young and old alike! Another big hit from recent years, the Roaming Railroad, will be returning with train rides for kids and grandkids. The ideal place to do your holiday shopping, there will be more than 300 tables of model trains, train sets, parts & accessories, scenery items, books, videos, DVDs, prints, railroad memorabilia and related items for sale. In addition there will be educational displays and free Seminars. Refreshments will also be available. Many other family activities are being held at the adjoining Empire State Plaza the same weekend so why not bring the entire family for a fun day out. These activities typically include food and craft show, Christmas tree lighting, meet Santa and special holiday activities at the New York State Museum. For more information please go to our web site: www.gtealbany.com or call (518) 668-9892 or send e-mail to trains@gtealbany.com. facebook:great train extravaganza.

ITALIAN CHRISTMAS MARKET

ALBANY - Friday & Saturday, December 2 & 3: 10 am - 5 pm; Sunday, December 4: 11 am - 3 pm. Italian Christmas Cards ~ Murano Glass Ornaments - Wood Ceppos ~ Italian Music CD’s ~ Cookbooks ~ Aprons - Italian Flags & Novelties ~ Befana Figures, Books, Crafts - Gift-Boxed Estate Jewelry - Italian Playing & Greeting Cards ~ Calendars - Framed Italian Sayings ~ Religious Articles - Assorted Hand-Knit & Crocheted Items ~ Candy - Books for All Ages ~ Homemade Baked Goods - Hand Packed Olio Mediterraneo and much, much more, too numerous to list! ***Free Ornament Personalization*** Relax, Sit & Enjoy Refreshments in our Market Café. This is a major fundraiser for our organization! AMERICAN ITALIAN HERITAGE ASSOCIATION & MUSEUM, 1227 Central Avenue, Albany, NY 12205. (518) 435-1979 www.americanitalianmuseum.org

WATERVLIET - On Saturday, December 3rd, 2016 from 5:00-6:30 PM, the City of Watervliet will host the annual Holiday Tree Lighting at Veteran’s Park, 2nd Avenue and 16th Street. Come! Enjoy horse drawn wagon rides, visit with Santa and have your photo taken, and bring home a free ornament! Free refreshments, including a wonderful soup prepared by the WHS Gourmet Foods Class.

ALBANY – We are looking for volunteers to give 3-4 hours per week to help out with general office duties, light maintenance, or program and event related projects. Training is provided. Make your own hours. Call Terry for more information at 4561203.

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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.

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CAPITAL DISTRICT - Do you enjoy being in the outdoors, in various types of weather, working beside other volunteers to help those in need? Join our team. Please visit our website at www. HuMSAR.org for more information and to fill out an application.

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COLONIE - On Tuesday, December 6th from 6 to 8 pm, please join the International Center as they host Chef Kurt Vincent for a seasonal cooking class entitled “Christkindlesmarkt.” Brought back by popular demand, participants will join former NYS Executive Mansion Chief Vincent for an entertaining evening of sampling and instruction on the wonderful foods available at the fabulous Christmas Markets of the quaint city of Nuremberg, Germany. The enticing smells of mulled wine and gingerbread will fill the air. The class will be taught in the commercial kitchen at the Celtic Hall located at 430 New Karner Road in Colonie. The cost to attend is $20 for International Center members and $25 for notyet-members. Registration is required, (518) 708-7608.

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CAPITAL DISTRICT - You’re invited to enjoy delicious food, lively music, and holiday camaraderie at the annual Christmas Brunch presented by La Fédération franco-américaine du New York (FeFANY) on Sunday, December 11, from 11 am to 2 pm. Buffet by Joe Forget. Music by John Guay, hammered dulcimer; Vonnie Estes, piano; Nancy Bakemeier, fiddle; and Maurice Mercier, accordion, pieds, spoons, Cajun tie, guitar, chansons. 50/50 raffle at the door. Location: The Venue (former St. Joseph’s Church), 65 Congress St., Cohoes, NY. Cost: $28 per adult; $14 for children 6-12. Reservations and checks required by Saturday, December 3, 2016. Mail checks to FeFANY, PO Box 345, Cohoes, NY, 12047. Call Yvette with questions (518) 272-5061.

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The local group of The Society of American Magicians, Assembly #24, meets at 7:30 PM on the second Tuesday of the month at the S. W. Pitts Hose Co. of Latham on Old Loudon Road in Latham, NY. We welcome all adults over the age of 18 with any interest in the art of magic whether it be: performance, history, collecting or purely entertainment to join us for a fun evening. For more information, visit our web site: WWW.SAM24.org.

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SELKIRK - Decorating the Cedar Hill Schoolhouse for the holidays has been a tradition at the Bethlehem Historical Association for at least 20 years. “Walking in a Winter Wonderland” is the theme for this year’s celebration. All are invited to visit the schoolhouse on Sunday afternoon December 4 from 1 to 4 p.m. for our annual Silver Tea. Sinterklaas will join the festivities between 1 and 3. On Monday evening December 5, stop by for a Holiday Open House between 4 to 8 p.m. On either day, enjoy the lovely decorations and bountiful refreshments. Free and open to the public. The Cedar Hill Schoolhouse is located at 1003 River Road, Selkirk, NY. Visit BethlehemHistorical.org

ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS PATRIOT FLIGHT ESSAY CONTEST FOR A TRIP WITH VETERANS

CAPITAL DISTRICT - PATRIOT FLIGHT, the organization that carries our Veterans on a one day flight to Washington, D.C., would be honored to award two High School Students an all expense paid trip as an Escort/Guest with a Veteran who served in the Korean War or the Vietnam War. The key to winning this amazing trip is an essay of no less than 300 and no more than 500 words entitled, ‘FREEDOM AND WHAT IT MEANS TO ME.’ Spend one whole day with your special Veteran and about 50 others and their Escorts as they share memories of their history. Five specially selected Veterans will judge the essays. To receive an application, please email your Name and Address to: lwilson315@nycap.rr.com and in the subject line ‘Freedom Essay.’ In order to enter this competition, an application needs to be completed and returned in according to the rules on the application. Deadline for requesting application is December 12, 2016

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Christmas celebrants participate in many different traditions year after year, but some may not fully understand the meaning behind such activities. A Christian holiday, Christmas did not originate with all activities centralized to the church. In fact, many of the traditions people hold dear have pagan roots, which were adapted as Christmas celebrations evolved.

Wassail is an ancient spirited beverage that was brought house-tohouse with the goal of spreading Christmas cheer.

People who hang mistletoe in doorways may be surprised to learn that this tradition dates back to the ancient Druids. The Druids believed mistletoe possessed mystical powers that brought good luck to the household and warded off evil spirits.

Wassailing is a custom that has ancient origins and is not as popular today as it once was. “Wassail” comes from the AngoSaxon phrase “waes hael,” which means, “good health.” Wassail is a drink made of mulled ale, spices and other ingredients. To go wassailing meant to travel door-to-door singing and offering a drink from a wassail bowl in exchange for gifts. Wassailing has been mentioned in certain Christmas carols, including “We Wish You a Merry Christmas.” Largely an English tradition, wassailing was brought to America by British settlers. January 17th, the old Twelfth Night, is the traditional date for wassailing. Although wassailing has largely fallen by the wayside, increased interest in ales and craft brewing may help revitalize this Christmas tradition, which can inspire community spirit. Gifting with fruit cake is another tradition that has been much maligned and does not enjoy the same popularity that it once did. Fruit cake is a cake made with chopped candied fruit, nuts and spices and is occasionally soaked in spirits. Fruit cakes have been enjoyed all over the world, but Americans may never have embraced the Christmas fruit cake tradition as much as those from other countries. However, with the right recipe and an open mind, it may be possible to resurrect the fruit cake tradition once again.

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Reindeer are symbols of the holiday season. Legend states these antlered animals have a busy evening come December 24 — helping Santa Claus pull a sleigh weighed down by toys for the world’s children. Why does Santa choose reindeer when caribou may be equally qualified for the job? It may be due to their greater history of domestication. Although the terms “reindeer” and “caribou” are frequently used interchangeably, leading many people to assume they are the same creature, recent genetic mapping published in the journal Nature Climate Change shows caribou and reindeer are actually different animals. The journal determined that these mammals are quite similar and actually share the

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day shopping. USPS expects to deliver roughly 15 billion letters, cards and packages during the holiday season. While the postal service and the major pack-and-ship companies are incredibly reliable, shoppers can take the following steps to further ensure their gifts arrive on time. • Shop in-store. Choose off-peak hours, such as early morning and late evening, to visit brick-and-mortar stores. The crowds will not be too large, and you will have the added peace of mind knowing that you don’t need to wait for gifts to arrive via the mail. If you like the convenience of online shopping, shop online but take advantage of in-store pick-up when available. If items are in stock, this can save you the hassle of making your way through crowded stores. • Follow cut-off dates. Many online retailers will post “purchase by” dates to ensure specific delivery times. Be sure to familiarize yourself with these dates so your items will arrive on time. If time is ticking away, you may have to pay more for expedited shipping.

• Both male and female reindeer and caribou grow antlers. However, female reindeer antlers grow larger than those of female caribou. • Reindeer calves are born at the end of April and caribou calves at the end of May. • Both animals have hooves that can be used as snowshoes for walking on the snow and for digging. • Only in North America are wild Rangifer referred to as caribou.

• Avoid backordered items. Popular gifts may sell out quickly, and retailers could put you on backorder lists. Research similar products as potential backups should your primary choice be on backorder.

• Reindeer have been herded for years throughout Alaska and some parts of Canada for their meat. However, caribou are largely wild animals that roam freely. As a result, caribou are hunted in the wild.

• Shop well in advance. Shopping early is the best way to ensure gifts arrive on time. Shopping early also gives shoppers time to make exchanges in the event an item is not up to par or is damaged.

Reindeer may get all the glory come the holiday season, but caribou are equally impressive animals. These large mammals provide food and other materials for survival to those who live in cold climates across the world.

Thanks to the popularity and prevalence of online shopping, it has become very important for shoppers to take shipping concerns into consideration before making purchases.

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If you step back and try to be objective, the practice of installing a tree inside our home at this time of year seems a bit bizarre. How did all this get started; and when? The symbolism and use of trees as decorations at this time of year are far older than many of us suspect. It is known, for instance, that pre-Christian Romans displayed decorated evergreens (oak trees which are evergreen in that part of the world). They lit the tree with candles and often topped the tree with a sun symbol. The ancient Celts of the British Isles also ornamented oak trees with apples and candles to offer thanks to the sun during the solstice period. Many of us can still remember when the Christmas tree wasn’t put up until Christmas Eve. This tradition likely had its roots (no pun intended, well...maybe) in the English tradition of bringing home the Yule log on Christmas Eve. The Yule log was generally a large stump, often including the roots, and was decorated with mistletoe, holly and other greenery. The log was lighted with a bit of the previous year’s log (thus protecting the house from fire for the upcoming year) and needed to be kept burning for at least twelve hours to insure continued good fortune. With the advent of central heating, the appeal of the Yule log has been all but forgotten. The evergreen tree as the tree of choice for solstice celebrating appears to have its origins in the Christianizing of the Germanic tribes of Eastern Europe. Some of the earliest accounts tell of St. Boniface dedicating the fir tree to the Christ Child with the oath “You are the light of the world, a tree ever green” to counter the sacred oak of Odin in the eighth century. Other accounts credit Martin Luther as the first to bring home a cut evergreen tree and decorate it with candles that symbolize the stars in the sky over Bethlehem the night Christ was born. Hundreds of years passed until the tradition of decorating evergreen trees at Christmas became common. It wasn’t until 1841 when King Albert displayed a decorated evergreen tree in his palace that the tradition took hold in English speaking countries. Like the American people, American Holiday celebrations have become a melting pot of customs and traditions brought to our shores from the older cultures of our forefathers. The evergreen, ancient symbol of life ever lasting is still included as the bright focal point of a celebration of rebirth, light and life. Whatever the origins of the practice, I love the smell of a fresh Balsam Fir when I bring it inside. The trick is to keep the tree hydrated so the needles stay on and the tree stay fresh and fragrant. The first step is to get a fresh tree. When you’re out in the tree lot picking out your tree, bent the little branch tips to make sure they are supple, not brittle. With Thanksgiving as late as it is this year, all the firs should be in fine shape. Beware of spruce trees which are notorious for falling apart quickly once they’re cut and brought inside. Next, make sure to make a fresh cut on the base of the tree right before you bring it inside. The reason this is so important is because the tree has sucked air into the bottommost cells of the trunk. Even if the tree is placed in water, it can’t absorb it because the first cells at the base are clogged with air. A fresh cut exposes fresh cells that can absorb water and sent it along to the cells above right out to the branches and needles. Most tree lots will offer to make this fresh cut for you. This is fine if you’re going to rush home and get the tree into water within and hour. If it will be longer than that, you might as well wait and make your own fresh cut on the tree at home. Make sure that your tree stand is clean before you put your tree into it. If your tree stand is like mine, it spends most of its time in the shed gathering dust. If you don’t clean this dust out, it will mix with the water the tree is absorbing and clog up those all important cells that you just exposed at the base of the truck when you made your fresh cut. When you place the tree into the stand, fill the stand up with very hot water. Hot water is absorbed more quickly than cold water so the tree will re-hydrate as quickly as possible. You don’t need to use hot water every time you add water to the stand; just the first time. Make sure that the tree stand always has water in it. If you let it run dry, the tree will suck air into the bottom cells again and it won’t be able to absorb water until another fresh cut is made. This isn’t likely to happen once the tree is decorated. Remember: Fresh Tree, Fresh Cut and Fresh Water. Thanks for the read.


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EXCAVATION, STONE & TOPSOIL Water diversion, driveways, brush hog, land clearing, septics. 944-3672 FALL CLEAN-UP Leaf clean-up, landscaping, hauling. Reliable. Mike (518) 810-4522 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. FERRARO HOME Improvements & Additions Remodeling, carpentry, basements, kit., baths, decks. No job too small. Don Ferraro (518) 882-9513 FIREWOOD $110 per facecord. $270 per cord. please call 368-5650 FIREWOOD Cut, split, and delivered. $160 per cord. 769-3108. 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. 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 Masonry and carpentry repairs, painting, yard work, housecleaning. LGBT friendly. Robert 518-567-7765

HEATING SERVICE AND AIR CONDITION Or new installations. Best prices. Best efficiencies. Gas fire, rebates. Call Mike O’Brien 365-6624 anytime. HOME HEATING OIL FOWLER FUELS Kerosene, Home Heating Oil, Fuel Oil (518) 279-9400. 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. INDOOR SEASONAL STORAGE Boat, RV, Auto. $4 per foot. Security system. JMS Warehouse, Colonie. 456-6021. JOEYJUNK.COM Cleanouts, cleanups, demo, dumpster rentals. Residential and comm. Attics, basements, garages, estates. We do it all. 237-JUNK “5865” JUNK REMOVAL & DEMO Oil tanks, hot tubs, pools, sheds, barns, houses, yard cleanup, res./comm. clean out & organize. Fully equipped to handle any job. 944-3672 LICENSED ELECTRICIAN Everything from new services to upgrades to switch or receptacle repair. All types of lighting installed. 782-1473 No Job too big or small MARK’S TREE REMOVAL Tree trimming, tree removal. Lot clearing, landscaping. We will beat or match any other prices, quality work. 403-4126

PAINTING Interior and Exterior. Decks, Pressure Washing, Drywall Repair. Handyman and odd jobs. Fully Ins. Doing things you don’t want to. Call Bill (518) 256-5430

PAINTING SOLUTIONS Interior Painting & Staining, Wallpaper Removal, Wall Repairs, Taping. Res./ Comm. Free est. Fully ins. 986-1154 www.dps518.com PIANO TUNING FALL Special! All models $99. Free est. on repairs. 25 yrs exp. Refs. 207-6779 lv.ms PREMIUM PROPERTY Srvs. Fall cleanups, commercial or residential curbside leaf removal, lawn & bed cleaning. Free est. Call Matt for an immediate response 330-6208.

SNOWPLOWING Commerical or residential. Parking lots and driveways. 24 hour service. Call Matt for an immeditate response. 330-6208. RICK CARBONE EXCAVATION CO. 40 yrs. of exp. House demolition, cellar excavation, septic systems, tree cutting, stump removal. Driveways, water lines buried. Retaining walls, fuel tanks installed & removed. Concrete broken up and removed, all types of foundations repaired. Fully ins. Best rates & job satisfaction guaranteed! 696-3000. SEASONED FIREWOOD Oak • Cherry • Maple. In business for 25+ yrs. Delivery. Please call ( 518) 858-6229.

STONE / TOPSOIL / MULCH Sand, Gravel, Manure, Free Delivery, Decorative Stone, Shale, Installation avail. 944-3672 TEDDY’S TREE SERVICE Firewood, cut, split and delivered. 696-4695. TREE SERVICE Stump Busters of Wynantskill. Tree & stump removal. 24 hour service. 286-1865 or 573-7464 TREE, SHRUB, STUMP SRV Bucket, crane, chipper, stump removal, small jobs to mega. 944-3672 UNCONTESTED DIVORCE $895 includes filing fees. All documents prepared and filed. No court appearance. Susan Civic, Attorney, 77 Van Dam St. Suite #6, Saratoga Springs. 587-4400 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!

THANKSGIVING IS A WORD OF ACTION CELEBRATE THE FRESH AIR FUND’S 141ST SUMMER

CAPITAL DISTRICT - This November, many families in the Albany Area are thankful for something special: the gift of their friendship with a New York City child. Each summer, close to 4,000 New York City children from 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. By volunteering as a host family for summer 2017, the spirit of Thanksgiving can continue in your home throughout the year. Fresh Air children are boys and girls 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. Volunteer host families frequently share how through the eyes of Fresh Air children they rediscover the beauty of their own communities. Since 1877, The Fresh Air Fund, an independent, not-for-profit agency, has provided free, enriching summer experiences and academic programs for more than 1.8 million children from low-income New York City communities. For more information on hosting a Fresh Air child next summer, please contact Tenniel Hansen at 518-441-4407 or visit The Fresh Air Fund online at www.freshair.org.

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 on how you can get involved.


December 1, 2016

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Feel at home without the woes of home ownership with attached garages, front & back porches, private driveways, emergency maintenance & landscaping included. Included In Rent: TW Cable, Internet, Water/Sewer, Trash Removal, Snow Removal, Attached Garage w/Remote, Washer/Dryer, 24hr. Emergency Services

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MANUFACTURED HOMES

REAL ESTATE EMPLOYMENT ‘89 Redmond, 4 BR, 1.5 bath, new roof, furnace, central air, windows, stove and frige. Large shed. $18,500 negotiable. 709-8396 For sale or lease. 2 & 3 BR manufactured homes. Clifton Park, (3 locations) 371-7480, 373-0194, 383-0211. Selkirk (2 locations) 767-9134 or 635-4165, Nassau 931-0022, East Schodack 479-0607 Brunswick 326-8069. Colonie 373-0194, Latham 469-8195. Ravena 756-7473. Saratoga Springs 893-6253. Scotia 377-4519. South Glens Falls. 798-5071

APARTMENTS FOR RENT

Waterford-2 BR upstairs. Remodeled, w/d hkup,newly remodeled bathroom. $850+util. Sec. dep, 1st mo.. 953-3447. No smoking, no pets.

Halfmoon Gardens $1200+. 3BR, 1.5 BA, duplex. Hayner Heights Dr., Halfmoon. Central air, gas hot air heat, new w/w carpeting. 1 car garage and patio, w/d hkup. 24 hr. emergency maintenance. Exit 8A of Northway. No pets, no smoking. For addt info (518) 233-1030x10.

LAKEFRONT LAND SALE! 5 Acres - 343 feet water front an amazing $99,900. Unspoiled lake, woods, views, perfect for getaway cabin! 3.5 hrs NY City! Wine Country! EZ terms! 1-888-650-8166 NewYorkLandandLakes.com

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Full time handyman/ Troy. Painting & repair. Must have own car. (347) 703-6529 HHA/ PCA. Compensation: Competitive salary. Employment type: Full-time and Part-time. Unlimited Care, Inc., a licensed homecare agency seeking Home Health Aides. Looking for male and female PCA’s for the Capital District area. Apply within. Unlimited Care Inc. 19 Aviation Road, Ste 1 Albany, NY 12205.

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WE HAVE EXCELLENT HEALTHCARE BENEFITS AND REWARDING EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES THROUGHOUT THE CAPITAL REGION. Apply for employment today at www.livingresources.org

APARTMENTS FOR RENT

Halfmoon Garden Apts. $815, includes heat, 2 BR, 1 bath, fully applianced kitchen, w/d hookups .No pets. No smoking. Exit 8A. 233-1030 x10

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ABANDONED CATSKILL MTN FARM! LENDER OREDERED SALE! 39 acres - assessed value $95,700. Available now for $89,900! Valley views, woods, fields, apple trees, great hunting! 3hrs NY City! Owner terms! 1-888-775-8114

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Local Area Locations

ALBANY 206 Central Avenue ...................................518-426-7679 ALBANY 935 Central Avenue ................................... 518-489-5586 COBLESKILL 767 East Main St. ...............................518-823-1293 E. GREENBUSH 270 Troy Rd, Rensselaer, NY .........518-279-5154 HUDSON 300 Fairview Ave. .....................................518-822-0044 JOHNSTOWN 207 North Comrie Ave. .....................518-770-6350 KINDERHOOK 3405 Route 9, Valatie, NY ................518-784-7447 LATHAM 745 New Loudon Rd ..................................518-783-1595

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