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Bulletin Board Simplifying Lives Needs Volunteers CAPITAL REGION – Simplifying Lives for a cause is the Capital District’s only non-profit organization dedicated to providing free house cleaning and organizational services for people undergoing cancer treatment. Simplifying Lives is looking for volunteers, business partners for the discounted referral service, corporate sponsors, and donations. For further information or to donate, please contact Simplifying Lives for a cause at (518) 935-5822, or visit their website at (P)

2nd Annual Holiday Art and Craft Show MALTA – The 2nd annual Holiday Art & Craft Show will be held at Malta Presbyterian Church, 118 Dunning Street, on Friday, November 23, 11am-6pm and Saturday, November 24, 10am-4pm. Shop local and find the perfect Holiday Gift created by local Artisans. Watercolors, Oils, Handmade Cards, Turned Wood Pens, Jewelry, Ornaments and much more! For additional information contact Carol Parker at 899-7311 or (P)

Raising Funds for Electronic Sign MECHANICVILLE – The Friends of the Mechanicville Library are hosting a Fundraiser, featuring Avon, to purchase an electronic sign for the Library. Event will be held on Saturday, November 17, from 11am-2pm at the Library. It’s Holiday shopping made easy! Items will be delivered in time for the holidays. Stop by for some personal “decorating” … free makeovers from 11am-2pm (appointment required; call the Library at 664-4646). Join the Friends and Avon representative Kim Gagnon for a “beautiful” afternoon featuring free samples, refreshments, and door prizes. Items from the Holiday Brochure will be on display. (P)

Veteran Strategies for College Success CAPITAL REGION – Excelsior College’s Center for Military Education will host a Free online webinar for veterans covering time management strategies, mentorship programs, and how to ease the transition back to school by helping you understand your own learning style on Wednesday, November 28, from 7-8pm. Excelsior’s Judy Reed, director of veteran services and adjunct faculty member, and Shawn George, president of Marist College’s student veterans organi-

zation will discuss their college mentorship programs and respective veterans’ centers. To Register: http:// (P)

Pre-Chanukah Menorah Workshop CLIFTON PARK – Clifton Park Chabad will be partnering with the Clifton Park Home Depot, 4 Halfmoon Crossing Blvd., to offer a Pre-Chanukah Menorah Workshop on Sunday, December 2 from 1-4pm. Children participating will receive a free workers apron, craft their own unique Menorah from wood, as well as other Chanukah crafts, and enjoy hot latkes & doughnuts. The workshop is free and open to all. RSVP to or 495-0772. (P)

Advent Auction and Dinner SARATOGA SPRINGS – Saratoga Springs United Methodist Church presents an Advent Auction and Dinner on Saturday, December 1. Doors open 4pm; dinner at 5pm. Suggested donation for tickets: $10 each; $5 students & seniors available at the door. Entertainment, silent & live auctions, fine cuisine and fellowship. Proceeds from this event will benefit mission projects. Please help us make advent burn bright for those in need. The Church is located at 175 Fifth Ave., corner of Fifth and Henning (off exit 14 of the Northway). For more information contact church office at 584-3720. (P)

Do You Have a Problem with Alcohol? SARATOGA SPRINGS – Do you have a problem with alcohol? Would you like to spend Thanksgiving with people who have found a way to stay sober and enjoy living? If so, then join us, members of Alcoholics Anonymous, on Thanksgiving Day, from 6am-6pm, at the United Methodist Church, Saratoga (on the corner of 5th Ave. and Henning) for food, fellowship, and AA meetings every even hour. This event is free and your attendance will be kept confidential. (P)

Elks Present Evening with Hair of the Dog Band MECHANICVILLE – In support of Elks Charities, the Mechanicville Stillwater Elks Lodge will host an evening of music, dancing, food/beverages, and fun with the band Hair of the Dog on Saturday, November 17 at

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Bulletin Board their Park Avenue, Mechanicville Lodge. Tickets are $15 in advance and $17 at the door. Food and Beverages available for purchase. The doors will open at 5:30pm and the band will start at 7:30pm. The Elks will also be accepting donations of canned or dry food items in support of local food pantries. For more info or tickets call 518-669-7329. (P)

Ecumenical Service BALLSTON SPA – The Old Stone Church at 159 Stone Church Rd., Ballston Spa, will hold an Ecumenical Service on Sunday, November 18 at 4PM. Please bring a non-perishable food item for the Echo Food Pantry. Any questions regarding this please call 584-8550. (P)

DanceFlurry Saratoga Contradance SARATOGA SPRINGS – Contras, squares, and couples dances 8-11pm (lesson for beginners at 7:30pm), Saturday, November 24. Caller Ted Crane with music by Eric Buddington & Friends. All dances taught, newcomers welcome. No need to bring your own partner. (Wear sneakers or other soft-soled shoes only, please.) Adults $10, students $7, children under 15, $6. First Baptist Church, 45 Washington Street, Saratoga Springs. For additional information, call (518) 899-0105 or visit online at (P)

Free Babysitting REXFORD – Amity Reformed Church, 335 Riverview Road, Rexford, will be offering free Babysitting on Saturday, December 1 from 9am-4pm at the church. This is for children ages 6 weeks to 11 years of age. There will be scheduled Christmas activities and music, plus lunch and snacks will be provided. Hopefully, this will provide parents the opportunity to shop without children, catch up on chores or just get some alone time. Space is limited. Please call Kathie Ross at 518.424.1922 by November 17 to register. Only children that are pre-registered may attend. (P)

Friends of Library to Meet & Plan 2013 Events WATERFORD – The Friends of the Waterford Public Library will meet to discuss and plan 2013 events and fundraising activities on Saturday, November 17, 11am in the Community Room at Van Schoonhoven

Square, Waterford. Members of the community interested in participating and joining the Friends are invited to attend. The Friends of the Waterford Public Library work with the Library Director and Library Trustees to support and advance the services and goals of the Library. (P)

37th Annual Craft Marketplace SARATOGA SPRINGS – On Saturday, November 24 the Saratoga City Center will host over 115 artisans with an array of unique handmade products perfect for holiday gifts. A raffle and celebrity auction will enhance the festivities. Auction items include NYC Ballet autographed items, Beach Boys signatures, Saratoga Jockey Autograph Book, US Tennis Open Champions’ autographs and more. Tickets to the event are $4 and include special Saratoga downtown discounts. Shop from 10am-4:30pm. All proceeds from the show benefit The Saratoga Center for the Family’s mission to prevent and treat child abuse, neglect and trauma in our community. Enrich your holiday shopping with a visit to our marketplace while you strengthen families in Saratoga County. For more information on the show, please visit or call 518-587-7244. (P)

“Small Business Saturday” SARATOGA SPRINGS – “Small Business Saturday” will be hosted in Saratoga Springs by the 37th Annual Saratoga Craft Marketplace to be held at the Saratoga City Center on Sat., November 24. Admission tickets to the Craft Marketplace can be used to obtain specials from participating Downtown Saratoga Small Businesses. Discount coupons for admission to the show can be obtained at participating Downtown Saratoga Small Business merchants and on Attendance at the Craft Marketplace exceeds 3,000 and all profits benefit the Saratoga Center for the Family in its effort to prevent child abuse and neglect. The artisans are the epitome of small business at its best. Celebrate “Small Business Saturday” and support a worthy cause while you shop for that unique special Christmas gift in Saratoga Springs. (P)

Toastmasters Contest Winner SARATOGA – Thorobred Toastmasters of Saratoga is

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Bulletin Board pleased to congratulate its club’s Vice President of Membership, Richard Romano, for winning the Division G Humorous Speech Contest with his animated and entertaining speech Driven to Distraction. Richard will next represent Thorobred Toastmasters and Division G in the District 53 Humorous Speech Contest at the Toastmasters Fall Conference on Saturday, November 17, at the Albany Marriott, 189 Wolf Road in Colonie. For 20 years, Thorobred Toastmasters has been a community club open to anyone interested in practicing public speaking and developing leadership skills in a no-pressure, supportive environment. Members hail from Saratoga, Schuylerville, Ballston Spa, Gansevoort, Clifton Park, Schaghticoke, Greenwich, and Albany. For additional club information visit (P)

Kelsey’s Korner Receives $2,000 Grant SO. GLENS FALLS – The South Glens Falls Education Foundation is proud to announce that it recently received a $2,000 grant from Target Corporation to help fund the Kelsey’s Korner initiative. This annual project provides a book for each preschooler attending kindergarten screening along with an application for a library card from the Crandall Library. It is our hope that each child will have the opportunity to read this book with their parent or caregiver. Every kindergarten classroom in the school district also receives a copy of the book creating a familiar bridge between home and the child’s classroom experience. The project is named in memory of South High student, Kelsey Eckert whose love of the arts and passion for reading was evident in her daily life. (P)

ber. For further information please contact the library at 371-8622. (P)

Eve Wenger Named New Executive Director LAKE LUZERNE – Jim Mandle, founder of the Adirondack Folk School in Lake Luzerne recently announced that the Board of Directors unanimously confirmed the appointment of Eve Wenger as the new Executive Director. Eve has lived in Stony Creek for the past seven years where she has managed her own business consulting with non-profit clients in management training, including board and fund development work, as well as providing significant grant writing assistance. A native New Yorker, Eve makes her home in the Adirondacks for the love of its beauty. Eve received her Masters of Business Administration from Lehigh University. She currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the Stony Creek Free Library. The mission of the Adirondack Folk School is to inspire the hands, heart and mind by teaching the traditional arts, crafts and culture of the Adirondacks in a hands-on, noncompetitive learning environment. (P)

Donations Needed for Kidz-In-Need Program SO. SARATOGA – Kidz-In-Need, a program of Running Start is seeking donations. Now thru Friday, December 14, Southern Saratoga YMCA will be collecting Health and Beauty items: i.e. facial tissues, toilet paper, shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, toothbrushes, lip balm, laundry soap, first aid kits, batteries, flashlights, band-aids, deodorant, etc. (P)

Juried Art Show Winners Announced

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CLIFTON PARK – The winners for the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library’s 17th Annual Juried Show of Art & Photography are: Nancy Glover, Newton Highlands, First Place, Fine Arts; Joan Van Alphen, Convergence, Second Place, Fine Arts; Cindi Handy, Early Autumn, Third Place, Fine Arts ; Rachel Nafis, Lost, Honorable Mention, Fine Arts. Katherine Wardle, Carnivale, First Place, Photography; Ronald Winters, Olana, Second Place, Photography; Tina Baxter, Autumn Path, Third Place, Photography. The Art Show will be available for viewing during regular library hours in the Gallery, located on the second floor, for the month of Novem-

ROUND LAKE – William M. Champine will conduct Healing Services on Sunday, November 18, 3pm; and Sunday, November 25, 3pm, at Corpus Christi Catholic Church, 2001 Rt. 9 (at Ushers Rd.), Round Lake. Take Northway Exit 10. William has had the gift of healing since 8-9-91. For additional information, see or call (518) 237-6378. Free admission; free will donation. All are welcome in the hope that those in need of the healing power of Jesus will receive it. (P)

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Bulletin Board Change in Location of November Meeting BALLSTON SPA/GREENFIELD CENTER – The Saratoga County Agricultural Society is changing the location of its monthly Board of Directors meeting. The November meeting of the Saratoga County Agricultural Society will be held on November 15, 7:30pm, at the Greenfield Community Room, next to Greenfield Town Hall Office, 7 Wilton Rd., Greenfield Center. (P)

November Networking Breakfast BALLSTON SPA – The Ballston Spa Business & Professional Association is sponsoring a Networking Breakfast on Tuesday, November 20 from 7:30-8:30am, at the Ballston Journal/Our Towne Media Center, 83 Milton Avenue in Ballston Spa. Cost is $5 with advance reservation or $10 that morning. Business and community members are welcome; you do not need to be a BSBPA member to attend this event. Membership information will be available. The BSBPA sponsors networking breakfasts every month throughout the year at different locations in Ballston Spa. For more information or to RSVP, contact Ellen at 885-2772 or (P)

Puppet Dinner Theater WATERFORD – A “Sharing the Joy” musical for all ages will begin at 6pm on Friday, November 30 with Community Puppet Dinner Theater, Grace Church Hall, 34 Third St. Twenty puppets, under the direction of Rick Hacker of Cobleskill, organist and music director, will perform the comedy written by Karen Coffrin of Brunswick. Dorthea Bisceglia donated the puppets to the church’s Puppet Ministry. Dinner will be served during intermission. The menu will include baked ziti, tossed salad, bread and butter, dessert, coffee and tea. Reservations are required-- call Rita at 237-3397, Rose at 237-5738 or Diane at 237-4945. A free will offering will be collected. For information, call the Episcopal parish at 237-7370, or visit (P)

Annual Roast Beef Dinner BALLSTON SPA – Ballston Spa United Methodist Church, 101 Milton Avenue, will hold their annual Roast Beef Dinner on Saturday, December 8 in the Fellowship Room from 4-6:30pm. The family-style dinner consists

of roast beef, mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans with almond slivers, butternut squash, rolls, pie and a beverage. Adults: $10, Children (5-12): $5, Children under 5 years: Free. Take-outs available. There will also be a bake sale of homemade goodies. (P)

Services at Grace Church WATERFORD – The Rev. Kathy Alonge-Coons celebrates the Holy Eucharist at 7:30am and 9:30am on Sundays at Grace Church, 34 Third Street in Waterford. The Rev. Robert Haskell assists. Richard Hacker is organist. An Adult Christian Education program begins at 8:30am. The 9:30am service includes a children’s sermon. The King’s Kids Nursery and Sunday School begins after the children’s sermon. A coffee hour follows each service. For more information, call the Episcopal parish at 237-7370 or visit (P)

Holidays Schedule for Crafters ROCK CITY FALLS – The Wednesday Crafters at Simpson UMC, 1089 Rock City Road, Rock City Falls (.4 mi south of Rt. 29), follows the Ballston Spa School District schedule. The group will not meet on November 21, December 26, or on school closing days. We will skip a week and resume meeting on Wednesday, January 9, from 10am-3pm. All crafters and hobbyists are invited to bring their latest project and drop in any time. No ability level, attendance, or church affiliation required. Bring a bag lunch or partake our light refreshments. Stay an hour or the day, whatever works for your schedule. Any questions, please contact Laura at 885-5286 or (P)

Revival SARATOGA SPRINGS – God is bringing His Church back to life! Come to Living Waters Church of God Wednesday Prayer from noon-6pm & 6:30pm. 4330 Route 50, Saratoga Springs. For additional information, call 518.587.0484 or visit online at www.LW-COG. com (P)

Advent Season Events at Immaculate Conception GLENVILE – The Amazing God Team for the Church of the Immaculate Conception will be hosting the

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Bulletin Board following events during the Advent season at the Church, where “All Are Welcome”-- Thursday, November 29: “Welcoming The Spirit and Opening the Door to Faith” with Brother Mickey McGrath, 7pm, Church Hall. Friday, November 30: “Welcoming The Spirit and Opening the Door to Faith” with Brother Mickey McGrath, 9am, Church Hall. Wednesday, December 5: “Opening The Doors To Our Church” presented by Fr Jerry Gingras, 7pm, Church. The Church is located at 400 Saratoga Road in Glenville. For additional information, please call 399-9168. (P)

Annual Holiday Bazaar MOREAU – The Moreau Community Center, 144 Main St., South Glens Falls will be having their annual Holiday Bazaar on Fri., November 16 from 4-8pm and Sat., November 17 from 9am-3pm. This is always a fun event with over 25 tables displaying nice crafts and other items for sale; a Chinese Auction and a Jewelry table with new & used items. The “Cookie Walk” will offer numerous varieties of cookies to choose from. They will also be selling raffle tickets for a quilt and a beautiful nativity set. Start shopping for Christmas! The Snack Bar will also be open, offering Hot Dogs with sauce, Chili, Desserts and much more … eat there or take-out. (P)

Holiday Treasures Art Exhibit CHESTERTOWN – North Country Arts Center presents its Holiday Treasures art exhibit at its Art in Chestertown Gallery. The show will run through January 5, 2013. Opening reception will be on Friday, November 16 from 6-8pm. The Art in Chestertown Gallery is located at 6378 State Route 9, Chestertown. The gallery is open Thursday through Sunday from 11am5pm. The exhibit will feature many different types of artwork such as jewelry, gifts, books, fiber art, cards, scarves, paintings, sculpture, drawings, photographs, and woodworking by both members and non-members from around the area. North Country Arts Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the arts and emerging local artists. Info: or (518) 803-4034. (P)

Rotary Club Dictionary Project CLIFTON PARK – 2012 marks the tenth year that the Shenendehowa Rotary Club has participated in the

Dictionary Project. Since 2002, the Rotary Club of Shenendehowa has distributed over 8,000 dictionaries to third grade students in the Shenendehowa School District. As part of its commitment to improve literacy, Shenendehowa Rotary adopted the Dictionary Project as an ongoing service project. Each fall, members of the Shenendehowa Rotary visit area classrooms to hand out the dictionaries and talk to the children about using their new dictionary. The goal of the Dictionary Project is to assist all students in becoming good writers, active readers, creative thinkers and resourceful learners by providing them with their own personal dictionary. Mary French founded the Dictionary Project in 1995 in South Carolina and since that time over 18 million children have received dictionaries in the United States. Shenendehowa Rotary meets every Thursday morning at 7:15am for breakfast at Coburg Village at the intersection of Grooms and Vischer Ferry Roads in Clifton Park. (P)

Pickleball at Gavin Park WILTON – Pickleball season is in full swing. Come on down to Gavin Park and join the fun playing this net court game. This game is played by 2 or 4 people on a badminton-sized court using wood, or composite paddle racquets and a plastic, poly baseball with or without holes. No commitment required. Drop-in registration takes place in the park office, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, now through April. Session fee is $3 per person, per visit, 9-11am. Any questions, please contact the park office at (518) 584-9455. (P)

Mark E. Bulmer, CPA, Named Executive VP GLENS FALLS – Glens Falls National Bank and Trust Company has announced the appointment of Mark E. Bulmer, CPA, to Executive Vice President and Group Head for Financial Services. Mr. Bulmer will have administrative responsibility for the Trust and Investment Division, Insurance Agencies and Financial Services through Glens Falls National Investment Services. He will continue to serve as Corporate Secretary for Glens Falls National Bank and its parent company, Arrow Financial Corporation. Mr. Bulmer joined Glens Falls National Bank in August 2011 as Vice President of Administrative Services and Project Management, following more than 20 years of management and accounting experience at Capital Region manufac-

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Bulletin Board turing companies. In March 2012, he was named Corporate Secretary. Mr. Bulmer resides in Glens Falls with his wife, Clare, and their four sons. (P)

Round Lake Festival of Trees ROUND LAKE – Come celebrate a Victorian Christmas in this Historic Village to be held on Friday, November 30 (5-8pm); Saturday, December 1 (noon-8pm); and Sunday, December 2 (1-5pm) in the Round Lake Municipal Building located at 49 Burlington Avenue. Admission: $5; Groups of ten or more: $3. For more information call 885-3627. (P)

Street Outreach Program CLIFTON PARK – CAPTAIN Youth and Family Services and Shelters of Saratoga have joined forces on a on a recently awarded government grant to help reduce teen and youth homelessness in our community. As we partner for the next 3 years will reach out to teens on the streets of Saratoga County and communities throughout the Capital Region to implement the Street Outreach Program. “The Street Outreach Grant allows us to actively look for youth and teens who are runaway, discarded, homeless and/or street involved and offer them a safe and positive alternative to the streets,” said Andy Gilpin, Director of Program Services at CAPTAIN. CAPTAIN Youth and Family Services is a social service agency located in Clifton Park. CAPTAIN operates a runaway and homeless youth shelter, street outreach services, Teen Talk Helpline, emergency food pantry, family assistance program, and various youth leadership programs. For those with questions about CAPTAIN, please visit our website at Those wishing to speak to a CAPTAIN Representative may also call 518-371-1185. (P)

Talk & Book Signing at Saratoga Battlefield STILLWATER – In this first collection of rare personal narratives left by British common soldiers from the Revolutionary War ever published, author Don Hagist will discuss the lives of these men, many of whom served at Saratoga in 1777, on Sunday, November 18, 1:30pm, in the visitor center at Saratoga National Historical Park, located on Routes 4 and 32 in Stillwater. British Soldiers, American War: Voices of the American

Revolution is the first collection of personal narratives by British common soldiers ever assembled and published. Author Don N. Hagist has located first-hand accounts of nine soldiers who served in America in the 1770s and 1780s. For more information about this or other events, please call the Visitor Center at 518664-9821 x1777 or check our website at www.nps. gov/sara or our Facebook page at www.facebook. com/saratoganhp (P)

Consignment Shop Helps Local NonProfit CLIFTON PARK – Looking for quality junior and woman’s clothing? Chris’ Consignment Thrift Shop has many items that are for sale from the I Am I Can local non-profit mentoring organization. The proceeds of these items sales will go to the organization, which provides mentoring to young women in local high schools, providing them with the guidance and assistance they need to develop and move on to postgraduate schooling. Stop in today at 1471 Route 9 in Clifton Park to get the best selection of quality and name brand clothing from this organization. Several items still have the tags on them! These items were donated to the organization from people in the local community that support this cause. You can find Chris’ Consignment Thrift Shop on Facebook, or for more information about the I Am I Can organization call 688-3010 or go their website (P)

Local Tae Kwon Do Students Win Top Award CAPITAL REGION – Nine students from Pai’s Academy of Tae Kwon Do won the Grand Champion Award at the Pai’s Intramural Championship. To accomplish this, these students had to win first place in three different events, including sparring and board breaking. The championship had over 300 competitors and the competition was intense. The following students took home the top honors: Garrison Schaller, Tim Maglosky, Jake Allen, Meilin Whalen, Caitlyn Tymula, Logan Greco, Tatiana Doninguez, Gabriella Puglisi, Makalya Greenwood. (P)

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Bulletin Board 15th ANNUAL FIRST NIGHT SARATOGA 5K RUN The 15th annual First Night Saratoga 5K Run, presented by theSaratoga Arts, will be held on Monday, December 31, 2012 at5:30 PM. The run is limited to the first 1,500 registrants. Thereis no day of race registration. The race has sold out for the pasteleven years. A Chip computerized scoring system will be used.The USA Track and Field certified course starts and finishes onthe Skidmore College Campus. Awards will be given to the topthree overall male and female finishers as well as the top threemale and female finishers in five-year age categories. All finisherswill receive a FIRST NIGHT COMMEMORATIVE MEDAL.Register by November 23th for the early registration fee of $22and a guaranteed moisture wicking long-sleeved shirt. AfterNovember 23rd, registration is $30. Refreshments following therace. Showers and restrooms available in the athletic complex.Save time by registering online, or download an application andmap at There is no additional fee for registeringon-line. For further information contact First NightSaratoga at 584-4132.

The Saratoga County Office for the Aging is in NEED of volunteersto help deliver meals to homebound seniors in theHADLEY area. Hot nutritious meals are prepared, packed andready to go out of the Hadley meal site ( HadleySenior/Community Center) Monday- Fridays at about 10:30.Delivery takes about an hour and a half. Please call Billie Jo orDenise at The Office for the Aging- 884-4100 or 363-4020- forDetailsFree Home Bible Study- Great way to study through the Bibleat your convenience. Exciting and informative study that couldchange your life. Compliments of Free Spirit Fellowship. 885-3149

COURTHOUSE GALLERY: Sang Wook Lee November 10 - December 14, 2012Opening Reception: Saturday, November 10, 4 - 6 PMSang Wook Lee will create a site specific installation in theCourthouse Gallery using ramen noodles. These instant noodles(which he has loved to eat since childhood) are a symbol ofhis cultural background and Korean popular culture. San Wooksays: “Conceptually, the idea of using ramen noodles as a materialwas appealing due to their cultural unambiguity. For

manyKoreans they trigger memories of family, gatherings, ceremonies,and place. Reflections on their formal, transformative,and innate ability to conjure up visions of my homeland inspiredme to implement them as a narrative device in a new series ofworks. Formally, the noodles are contained chaos. Within eachsquare block lies a seemingly controlled universe composed ofa matrix of edible, soft, organic lines. Once cooked however,they are unbound and transform into a whirling composition ofsoft, lyrical lines.”Sang Wook Lee grew up and was educated in South Koreawhere he received both a BFA and an MFA from Dong-AUniversity in Busan. Subsequently, he came to the US andearned an MFA from University of Georgia in textiles. His recentexhibitions include “The Mass Killing of Pigs, 2012”, Kyoto,Japan; “Ramen noodle 2012”, Korean Culture Center, NewYork, NY; “VI International World Textile Art Biennial ofContemporary Textile Art, Mexico City, Mexico; “Noodle Noodle”at Emory University, Atlanta, GA; “Ramen Noodle 2008” atMOCA, Jacksonville, FL and “Pojagi-2007 CheongjuInternational Craft Biennale” at Cheongju Craft Museum,Cheongju City, South Korea. He currently teaches Textile andFiber Arts in the Art Department at Skidmore College, SaratogaSprings, NY.This exhibition is funded in part by Price Chopper’s GolubFoundation, Hacker Boat Company, Inc., and the New YorkState Council on the Arts, a state agency. The CourthouseGallery hours during exhibitions are Tuesday through Friday 12– 5 pm, Saturday 12 – 4 pm, and all other times by appointment.The Courthouse Gallery is located at the side entrance of theOld County Courthouse, corner of Canada and Lower AmherstStreets, Lake George, NY

Genealogy and Local History Heritage Hunters of Saratoga County will meet on Saturday,November 17, at 1pm at the Town of Saratoga Town Hall, cornerof Rt. 4 and Rt. 29 in Schuylerville. Lynn Calvin, genealogyresearcher, will present “Searching Through Probate Records”. His talk will include the history and structure of New Yorkʼs probatecourts; the process of probate; why probate records areuseful in genealogical research; and where to find records in NYand other states. Public is welcome. For information call 587-2978.

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Bulletin Board The Annual “Coats for Corinth” campaign is underway. Youcan donate any usuable winter coats, jackets, snow pants, the needy by bringing items to the Town Hall on PalmerAvenue. Unfortunately, donations have been down this season.Please take a look in your closets and see if you can help someoneless fortunate this winter.

The Town of Greenfield Historical Society will hold itsNovember meeting on Tuesday the 20th at 7:00pm at theGreenfield Community Center on Wilton Road. Our speaker willbe Will Martin, who recently wrote a historical fiction book aboutBenedict Arnold entitled “Benedict Arnold: Legacy Lost (AGhost’s Story)”. Come and learn more about this historical figure,so important to our history and this area. What were his reasonsand motives? All are welcome.Holidays Schedule for CraftersThe Wednesday Crafters at Simpson UMC, 1089 Rock CityRoad, Rock City Falls (.4 mi south of Rt. 29), follows the BallstonSpa School District schedule and so wonʼt meet on Nov. 21 orDec. 26, or on school closing days. We will skip a week andresume meeting Wednesday, January 9, from 10 am – 3 pm. Allcrafters and hobbyists are invited to bring their latest project anddrop in any time. No ability level, attendance, or church affiliationrequired. Bring a bag lunch or partake our light refreshments.Stay an hour or the day, whatever works for your schedule.Any questions, please contact Laura at 885-5286

Benefit Bazaar Has Holiday Handiwork Nov. 24 ATHOL - The Thurman Country Christmas Bazaar will open forseasonal shopping from 9 3 p.m., Saturday, November24 at Thurman Town Hall, 311 Athol Road, Athol, 7 miles fromNorthway exit 23. Find an amazing array of handiwork by localcraftsmen, who offer wares such as knitted mittens, socks andother items; fleece blankets; baked goods; hand paintedAdirondack items; paintings from nature, as well as miniatureAdirondack rustic furniture. One booth will offer Avon, andanother photos taken by the late Stan Cranker, along with oddsand ends of glassware and decorative items. Gift shoppers willfind jewelry made from handmade and dyed paper beads,stained glass stepping stones, and pure

Thurman maple products.The bazaar booth fees provide funds for ThurmanʼsChristmas Basket Fund, an annual project to share holidaycheer with those living alone. Donations to support the basketproject and help baking for them would be welcomed. For moreinformation, call Cheryl Kenyon at 623-9718 or visit the website,

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