Page 1

aratoga Weekly S

February 15, 2018 Volume 69 • Number 7

Capital Region Weekly Newspapers

Lenten Fish Fry At The Knights Of Columbus

SARATOGA SPRINGS - Don’t feel like cooking? Come to the Knights of Columbus Fish Fry from 5:00-8:00 every Friday during Lent (except March 16th). Enjoy a generous portion of Haddock (baked or fried) with fries and coleslaw 250 Washington Street (Rt. 29) (Across for only $11.00 ($12.00 for take-out). Also available are clam (Across from from Post Post Offi Office) ce) chowder, macaroni and cheese, and dessert. The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic organization that supports our local Catholic Schools, provides meals to both the men and womFULL QUEEN KING Simmons en’s veteran’s homes every week throughout the year, as well $ .00 $ .00 $ .00 FULL KING Beautyrest Classic CompareSimmons at 1,049 1,099 1,899 QUEEN $ .00 $ .00 .00 $ as cooking for Code Blue weekly during the cold months. Beautyrest Classic 800 Pocketed Coil Compare at 1,049 1,899 $ .00 1,099 $ .00 $ .00 Plush or Firm BAILOUT These dinners are open to the public and families are wel800 Pocketed Coil $ .00 $ .00 $ .00 Plush orFULL Firm BAILOUT QUEEN KING come! Come out and help support these dedicated men who Clarity $ .00 $ .00 $ 1,799.00 QUEEN 1,199 Pocketed Coil® springs – a Beautyrest® original – KING and Receive SETFULL UTOPIA give back to the community so unselfishly. Once you come 10” Memory Foam Compare atClarity1,099QUEEN .00 .00 of your body .00to the$unique shape $2 FREE.00 $ .00Memory .00 $1,1conform 00 $$ Compare at 1,099 1,799 $1,199 20 Year Warranty BAILOUT 99 Pocketed Coil® springs – a Beautyrest® original –fry, you’ll be “hooked”! They’re delicious… Friday to a fish 10” Memory Foam Memory for an undisturbed night’s sleep Foam conform to the uniqueNight shape of your bodyFish Fry Dates: February 16th and 23rd, March Foam 00$ $ .00 .00 $ .00 20 Year Warranty20$ BAILOUT Year Warranty Pillows for an undisturbed night’s sleep FREE Frame Plus Delivery & Setup 2nd, 9th, 23rd and 30th (No fish fry on the 16th) 50 Pine (Excludes cash & carry specials.) Road, Saratoga Springs. Frame Plus Delivery & Setup

Saratoga Springs 587-5310 BAILOUT SALE!! BAILOUT SALE!! SALE EXPIRES WHEN THE COWS COME HOME! SALE EXPIRES WHEN THE COWS COME HOME! CASH & CARRY CASH &SPECIALS! CARRY SPECIALS!

PRESIDENTS’ 549 599 899 549 599 899 WEEK 549 649 849 649 849 699 Futons, SUPER S549 Headboards ALE & Footboards

FREE Futons, Headboards & Footboards Queensbury(Excludes2cashConvenient Saratoga Springs & carry specials.)

LOWEST PRICES Locations Queensbury 2 Convenient Saratoga Springs FREE DELIVERY OnLocations All Sets GREAT QUALITY! FREE DELIVERY On All Sets 740 Upper Glen Street • 798-6878 (Next to Valvoline Oil Change)

740 Upper Glen Street • 798-6878 (Next to Valvoline Oil Change)

Learn To Skate USA Start Your Olympic Dreams Here 187 Ballston Ave., Rt. 50 • 587-5310

187 Ballston Ave., Rt. 50 • 587-5310 (Next to Bank of America

SARATOGA COUNTY - The Saratoga Springs Figure (Next to Bank of America

(Except Cash & Carry Items)

(Except Cash & Carry Items)

LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED

Saratoga Senior Center History To-Go Dinners Provided by Three Vines Bistro

SARATOGA SPRINGS - Tuesdays from 5-6:30pm. $12.50/Dinner. A portion of every dinner sold goes directly to support the Saratoga Senior Center. We’ve partnered with Three Vines Bistro to offer to-go dinners every Tuesday evening. Every dinner comes with a bistro salad. There is no limit on orders but all orders must be received by 10am on Tuesday. 2/20: Penne alla Vodka w/ Focaccia Bread

Skating Club is now accepting enrollment into our next learn to skate session starting February 18th and running thru March 25th. Our mission is to provide a fun positive experience that will instill a lifelong love of skating. Lessons are available to all ages 4 thru adult. We will teach the fundamentals of ice skating while building confidence and skills through each lesson. We provide a progressive curriculum that ensures success from the first steps on the ice to the mastery of advanced skills. We promote the health and fitness benefits of ice skating. We’ll equip each participant with the foundation necessary to reach their goal, be it recreational or competitive in nature. For questions contact rachel@saratogalearntoskate.com or Bart at (518) 4901231 For more details and to sign up now visit www.SaratogaLearnToSkate.com THE ONLY LOCAL PROGRAM SANCTIONED BY US FIGURE SKATING.

2/27: Three Vines Famous Meatball Night w/ Pasta

Area’s Fastest Growing Mitsubishi Store!

5 Williams St., Saratoga Springs, (518) 584-1621.

Saratoga Acoustic Blues Open Mic and Jam

SARATOGA SPRINGS - Café Lena & Saratoga Acoustic Blues Open Mic & Jam. Wednesday – February 28 – 7:00 PM - $5.00. Newly renovated Café Lena – 33 Phila Street, Saratoga Springs, NY www.Caffelena.org 518-587-6433. Sign-Up: 7:00 PM. Opening Set: 7:30PM . Acoustic Jam to follow - All levels of playing are welcome – Hosted by: NYS Blues Hall of Fame inductee Sonny Speed for SABS. Featured Artists: This months featured artists are The Parlor Dogs, a diverse repertoire of music, pre-war blues and country-bass and vocals. All dating from the Prohibition era of the 1920;s and 1930’s.. 4th Wednesday of the month. Come on down to listen and play the Blues! Admission: $5. - One of Saratoga best musical values!

Now In Latham!

MITSUBISHI

Mitsubishi E R O M Superstore! See Our Ad Inside!

You Get

SWK

At The

Mailed to 15,000 • Covering the12866 Zip Code 021518-1x2-Mits-SWK-Mitsubishi.indd 2/12/18 1 12:50 PM

Add That Extra Comfort To Your Home In 2018!

Schedule Early!

CAPITAL DISTRICT CONTRACTORS, INC.

SEE OUR AD INSIDE

W. David Bernacki Owner

LOOK INSIDE FOR OUR

Kitchen & Bath INSPIRATION Guide (May not appear in all papers.)


SARATOGA Weekly - SWK

Page 2

fort m o C a r t at Ex 018! Add Th 2 n I e Hom r u o Y o T Early! e l u d e Sch a Springs tog

/ Patio - Sara

nroom w 4 Season Su

m - Clifton

/Sunroo Family Room

February 15, 2018

CAPITAL DISTRICT CONTRACTORS, INC.

Professional, Honest Business Serving The Capital District for Over 30 Years!

Park

Family Room Addition Rexford

sement - La

a Finished B

tham

✔Fully Insured ✔References ✔30 Years Experience

W. David Bernacki Owner

Resident of Capital District for 56 Years

www.capitaldistrictcontractors.com Saratoga Senior Center Speed Friending

SARATOGA SPRINGS - Fri. Feb. 16th, 1-2:15pm. Come out and make some new friends over good conversation! 5 Williams St., Saratoga Springs, (518) 584-1621.

SDS

Tree & Stump Removal, Inc.

• Tree Removal / Trimming • Stump Grinding • Brush Hogging • Lot Clearing/Excavating • Logging / Grading 10% OFF • Log Length Firewood with this ad Any Size Job Welcome • Free Estimates • Fully Insured

BBB

www.SDSTree.com

852-3296

CAPITAL DISTRICT The monthly meeting of the YOPD Support Group is scheduled for Saturday, February 17, 2018, 2:004:00 p.m. at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 510 Albany-Shaker Road, Loudonville, New York. Program: Kathleen (Katie) McMiller will do a presentation on recent Parkinson’s updates and senate hearings. 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: 518-783-3492 or 518-3710448, after 3:00 p.m.

Turn Your Old Gold to

CASH Buying-Selling

• Gold, Platinum & Silver • Diamonds • Coin & Stamp Collections • Watches • Vintage Jewelry • Sports Cards • Anything Old

10 Caroline St. Saratoga Springs

583-3479

www.thevaultsaratoga.com www.TheVaultSaratogaSprings.com M-F 10:30-6, Sa. 10-5, Closed Sundays

Presentation: End-of-Life Issues

• 1ST & 2ND STORY ADDITIONS • 3 & 4 SEASON SUNROOMS/ SCREENROOMS • MASTER BEDROOM SUITES and IN-LAW APARTMENTS • FINISHED BASEMENTS

(518) 371-9950

Young Onset Parkinson’s Disease (YOPD) Support Group

Perry Road Baptist Church Presents FREE Family Movie Night!

SARATOGA SPRINGS - Showing: Big Hero 6. March 3, 2018. Doors Open at: 5:30pm. Movie Starts at: 6:00pm. Complementary Refreshments will be served. Not a dropoff program. All children under the age of 18, must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Perry Road Baptist Church, 150 Perry Road , Saratoga Springs.

Gansevoort Volunteer Fire Dept. Country Breakfast

GANSEVOORT - The Gansevoort Vol. Fire Dept. will be hosting it’s (ALL YOU CAN EAT) Country breakfast on February 18, 2018 during the hours of 8am to 11am at the Gansevoort Fire House RT32N Gansevoort Donations: Adults $9.00, Seniors 55+ $8.50, Kids 6-12yrs $7:00 Kids under 6 free.

SARATOGA SPRINGS - The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Saratoga Springs is hosting a presentation by Compassion and Choices New York: “Wishes & Values at Life’s End: Planning for the Care You Want and Deserve.” A broad range of topics will be covered from differences between health care proxies and living wills to what current end-of-life options are available in NYS. The program will be held on Sunday March 4, 2018 from 2-4 PM at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Saratoga Springs, 624 North Broadway, Saratoga Springs. Refreshments will be provided. RSVPs are requested at NY@CompassionAndChoices. org but are not required.

After The Fire’s Monthly Meeting

SARATOGA COUNTY - After The Fire’s monthly meeting will be Tuesday, February 27 at 7 PM at the Eagle Matt Lee Fire House on Washington St. in Ballston Spa. After The Fire is a non-profit organization that helps Saratoga County residents who have suffered a loss due to fire. Families are provided with gift cards, a night’s stay at a participating hotel/motel, Red Cross referral, informational material, emotional support. etc. Meeting are held on the 4th Friday at 7PM as follows: Feb., March, Oct., & Nov. at Eagle Matt Lee Firehouse on Washington St. in Ballston Spa; April, May, June & Sept. at Halfmoon Town Hall on Lower Newtown Rd. in Halfmoon. Anyone interested in learnnig more about After The Fire, or becoming a member, may attend a meeting, visit us on Facebook, visit www.afterthefire.org, or leave a message on voicemail at 518-435-4571.

DVD TRANSFERS Movie Film • Videotapes Slides • Photos Memory Card No Copyright Material

Adirondack Video Services ( 518) www.adirondackvideo.net

792-2864


IRE TIRE

w w w . s a r a t o g a w e e k l y. c o m

GUARANTEED LO

WAREGUARANTEED E ALLED TIREIN TOWN HOUSEWAREINC. TIREINSTPRICE PRIC E IN TOWN LOWEST INSTALLED OR YO

THE

EFREE! !

ORSee YOUR sto*see re. forstore for details . details TIRES ARE See Seestor storeefor fordeta ils. A LOCAL 518 BUSINESS FOR OVER 33 YEARS! deta ils. AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR CENTER QUALITY SERVICE See store for details

*see *see store store for for details details

HELP QUALITY 5% OFF TIRE PURCHASES RTANT WANTED 1.1.2.5% OFF TIRESERVICE PURCHASES IN-STOCK Join The FREE $10.00 NY STATE INSPECTIONS R 1. 5% OFF TIRE PURCHASES IN-STOCK U GERS ASSISTANT O Join The FREE ASSISTANT E Y R $21.95 CHANGES 2.3.FREE TIREOILROTATIONS TI MANAGERS TIRE WAREHOUSE 6. FUTURE2.SAVINGS MANAGERS E IR FREE TIRE ROTATIONS T SENT TO YOUR EMAIL W TIRE WAREHOUSE 3.4.ALIGNMENTS $64.95 -$64.95 most -cars TERS! SNO APlate Holder Club ALIGNMENTS $64.95 ! 3. ALIGNMENTS most cars S R E T Plate Holder Club R

l 3-0400 Brian

pen s 9-4 Park

Call Call (518) (518) 383-0400 383-0400 Ask for Ask for Brian Brian

A These HEADQUEnjoy

1. 1. 5% 5% OFF OFF TIRE TIRE PURCHASES PURCHASES - most cars 2. INSPECTIONS 2. $10.00 $10.00 NY NY STATE STATE INSPECTIONS 3. 3. $21.95 $21.95 OIL OIL CHANGES CHANGES -- most most cars cars 6. SENT TO 6. FUTURE FUTURE SAVINGS SAVINGS SENTcars TO YOUR YOUR EMAIL EMAIL - most 4. - most cars 4. ALIGNMENTS ALIGNMENTS $64.95 GreatEnjoy Benefits! 5. FREE TIRE ROTATIONS$64.95 - most cars These Great Benefits! Enjoy These Great Benefits! 5. 5. FREE FREE TIRE TIRE ROTATIONS ROTATIONS

4. FUTURE SAVINGS SENT TOSENT YOUR EMAIL 4. FUTURE SAVINGS TO YOUR EMAIL

4. FUTURE SAVINGS SENT TO YOUR EMAIL Now Now Open Open www.TheTireWarehouseInc.com www.TheTireWarehouseInc.com www.TheTireWarehouseInc.com Sundays Sundays 9-4 9-4 Clifton Clifton Park Park

WAREHOUSE TIRE TIRE WAREHOUSE

CLIFTON - 1430 Rt. 9 • 383-0400 TROY - 649 St. • 271-0234 TON PARK - 1430 Rt. 9 PARK • 383-0400 TROY - 649 River St.River • 271-0234 QUEENSBURY - 274 Quaker Rd. • 798-1056 SCHENECTADY - 1717 Union St. • 377-6300 RY - 274 Quaker Rd. • 798-1056 SCHENECTADY - 1717 Union St. • Maintenance 377-6300 ✓Brake ✓Brake Service Service ✓Alignments ✓Alignments ✓Shocks ✓Shocks ✓Chassis ✓Chassis Parts Parts ✓Auto ✓Auto Maintenance

rvice ✓Alignments ✓Shocks ✓Chassis Parts ✓Auto Maintenance www.thetirewarehouseinc.com www.thetirewarehouseinc.com www.thetirewarehouseinc.com

Saratoga Senior Center 9 Miles East

SARATOGA SPRINGS - Wednesdays 10:55-11:20am. A convenient local weekly meal delivery service to the center to make it easy for you to enjoy healthy, delicious food including vegan and gluten-free options. Stop in to pickup lunch or dinner to go! 5 Williams St., Saratoga Springs, (518) 584-1621.

Genealogy And Local History

SCHUYLERVILLE - Heritage Hunters of Saratoga County will meet on Saturday, February 17th, at 1 pm at the Town of Saratoga Town Hall, corner of Rt. 4 and Rt. 29 in Schuylerville. “The World of Nineteenth Century Photography” will be the topic presented by Anne Clothier, Director of Education at the Saratoga County Historical Society. The topic will examine daguerreotypes, tintypes, ambrotypes and cartes de visite and demonstrate how to identify these early photographic methods. The program will be handson. Attendees are invited to bring early photographs or family albums. Public is welcome. For information call 518-587-2978.

Wanted: Garden Enthusiasts

CAPITAL DISTRICT - The Blue Creek Garden Club invites you to profit from the experience of experts. No experience is necessary. Programs include gardening tips, landscape design, environment and conservation, floral design and holiday decorating. All of this and more plus fellowship and fun are what garden club is all about! Come join us at our next meeting on Thursday, March 1, 2018 at 1 PM at the Pruyn House, 207 Niskayuna Road, Latham for a program on “Edible Weeds” presented by Capital Roots. To reserve your place and find out more about membership, please call 518 482-6606 or 518 783-7262.

Saratoga/Wilton Elks Lodge #161 Breakfast Buffet

SARATOGA/WILTON - Sunday, March 4 & 18, 2018. 8:30-11:00 am - Eggs to order, Fruit Cocktail, French Toast / Pancakes, Potatoes, Breakfast Sausage and Ham, Corned Beef Hash, Sausage Gravy and Biscuits, Scrambled Eggs, Eggs Benedict, Juice, Coffee and Tea. Donation Requested: Adults $9.00; Seniors and Military (Active/Retired with ID Card) $8.00; Children 5-12 $7.00, Under 5 Free; Takeouts $9.00. 1 Elks Lane, Rt. 9, Saratoga Springs. Call (518) 584-2585 for more information.

Saratoga Senior Center Heroes All Around Us: USS Slater Presentation

SARATOGA SPRINGS - Fri. Feb. 23rd, 1-2pm. Come join us for an insightful presentation on the USS Slater and why she was chosen to become the Destroyer Escort Historical Museum. Cost is $2 for members, $5 for non-members. 5 Williams St., Saratoga Springs, (518) 584-1621.

WEDNESDAY IS SENIOR DISCOUNT DAY - 10% OFF MOST ITEMS

518 BUSINESS FOR OVER 33 YEARS!

Every Friday During Lent FRESH FRIED HADDOCK

Delicatessen & Market

WHERE YOU DON’T HAVE TO BUY QUANTITY, TO GET THE FINEST QUALITY & LOWEST PRICES

Quality Meats • Fresh Produce • Catering • Subs • Groceries Sausages of the Week 241 Grooms Rd., Halfmoon • 371-3479 ~ 40 Main St., South Glens Falls • 798-0273 FRESH ROMA Open Mon-Sat 8:30-7; Sun 9-5 TOMATOES WITH FOOT LONG SUB MOZZARELLA & OF THE FRESH BASIL WEEK or PEPPERONI • BONELESS & SKINLESS ALL NATURAL CHICKEN BREAST .............. 1.79 LB. 10 LB. BAG 1.49 LB. PIZZA

AMERICAN HERO 5.50

MADE WITH EVERYTHING BUT THE CRUST!

$

4.29 lb. INDIANA

SLICED SLAB BACON

$

4.29 lb.

95% Fat Free

GROUND ROUND $

4.99

lb. 85% Fat Free

GROUND CHUCK $

3.99 lb.

10 LB. BAG $3.29 LB.

• • • • • •

USDA FILET MIGNON BUTT TENDER (3-4 Lb. Avg.) ...6.99 LB. BONE-IN PORK CHOPS (Thick or Thin) ................. 1.99 LB. CHICKEN LEG QUARTERS ..................................... 69¢ LB. USDA BONE-IN BEEF SHORT RIBS ...................5.29 LB. USDA TRI-TIP STEAKS ..........................................6.69 LB. BONE-IN COUNTRY STYLE PORK RIBS .......... 1.99 LB.

• • • • • • • • •

LAND O’LAKES AMERICAN CHEESE ............... 4.29 LB. ALPINE LACE SWISS CHEESE .............................6.99 LB. BOAR’S HEAD BOLOGNA.....................................4.29 LB. STATE NATIONAL PASTRAMI ............................. 5.99 LB. BOAR’S HEAD LIVERWURST ................................5.29 LB. CARANDO HARD SALAMI ................................... 5.99 LB. N.Y. STATE NATIONAL BLACK ANGUS ROAST BEEF .. 9.29 LB. GOLDEN LEGACY DELI TURKEY ....................... 3.99 LB. HORMEL COOKED HAM ...................................... 3.99 LB. FRESH CRISP CELERY...........................................89¢ STALK RED PEPPERS ................................................................99¢ LB. LARGE TOMATOES ................................................... 69¢ LB. GREEN SQUASH........................................................... 79¢ LB. YAMS .............................................................................. 59¢ LB. RED POTATOES (5 Lb. Bag) ..................................... 2.69 EA.

• • • • • •

WEDNESDAY IS SENIOR DISCOUNT DAY - 10% OFF MOST ITEMS

FRARE E E !! E E FREE! TIRES MOTIVE REPAIR CENTER AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR CENTER FREE

WE ACCEPT ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS & EBT CARDS

Page 3

We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities. WWW.SORRENTINOSDELIANDMARKET.COM

E PRICE IN TO OR YOUR TIRES AR WN E

UR TIR ARE OR YOUR MOTIVE REPAIR CENTER TIRE PRICEES IN TOWN HOUSE INC. FR

LP TED

SARATOGA Weekly - SWK

February 15, 2018

WEST GUARANTEED INSTA LLED TIRE PRIC E IN TOWN AR AN TE LOWEST INSTALLED ED UAR LO R ORINYST A N TE OGGU ED U LORW T WES IR ESTT ALLED TIRES A

PRICES EFFECTIVE SATURDAY, FEB. 17 thru FRIDAY, FEB. 23

Attention Capital District PGA Travelers Championship

CAPITAL DISTRICT - ATT: Capital District: PGA Travelers Championship Bus Trip to the Final Sunday Round is on June 24, 2018. Join the Rotterdam Elks for another memorable Sunday at the Travelers Championship golf tournament on June 24. Rory McIlroy has already committed and we hope Jordan Spieth will be returning to defend his 2017 title. Jordan’s hole-out from the bunker in a playoff last year was one of the most memorable shots of the year on the entire PGA TOUR! “Let Wade Tours Do The Driving.” Ride with us to Cromwell, CT via coach, stopping along the way at the Springfield Elks and Hartford Elks Lodges for breakfast and dinner respectively. Once at the tournament, enjoy great food, beverage and fun activities alongside the golf. The tournament welcomes children ages 15 and under for free with a ticketed adult. Complimentary admission is also offered to Active Military, Reserve and Retired Military as well as Military Veterans – and these guests are invited to visit the Patriots’ Outpost Hospitality Tent for free food and beverage. Trip pricing will be available closer to the event. All proceeds will go to Cerebral Palsy which is the NYS Elks Major Project. Call Chairman Paul Ungerland at (518) 384-0221 or email pungerland@msn.com to reserve your seat. Up to 2 buses can be taken if needed. Leaving at 8 AM from the Rotterdam Elks Lodge. Deadline is May 24, 2018. Capital District NYS Elks Junior Golf Qualifier for male and female age 12 to 18 will be in July 2018.

Jones & 50 Wine and Spirits 10% OFF

Stewart’s Plaza • Rt. 50 & Jones Road • Wilton Open: Mon.-Sat. 9am-9pm; Sun. Noon-6pm • 518-581-3181

Stop In & See Us!

Wine Tasting Every Friday 4-7pm

Any Wine Purchase

With This Ad Limit One Coupon Per Customer Expires 2/28/18 • SWK


Page 4

SARATOGA Weekly - SWK

February 15, 2018

Dr. Joshua Herzlinger, DDS, PLLC 518-654-9891 Accepting New Patients

We are proud providers of CSEA / Fidelis We also accept: Delta, Cigna, Metlife, Guardian, United Concordia, Aetna and Blue Cross/Blue Shield

Dental Emergencies Seen Within Same Or Next Business Day

www.smilesaratoga.com

Saratoga Senior Center Office For The Aging Presentation

SARATOGA SPRINGS - Fri. Feb. 16th, 11am-12pm. Office For the Aging will be here to present on all the various services they have to offer for seniors, including transportation, meals, exercise, and more. 5 Williams St., Saratoga Springs, (518) 584-1621.

Please join us!

For our upcoming events at The Meadows at Glenwyck. FEB WEDNESDAY

21

Resident Roundtable Noon

Learn about what The Meadows at Glenwyck offers from the folks who live at the community. Be sure to bring your questions! Complimentary lunch will be served. Please RSVP for this seminar since seating is limited.

FEB MONDAY

26

Downsizing for Seniors 1pm

Michelle Kavanaugh, Organize Senior Moves, will discuss downsizing strategies. Joe Mazzone, Mazzone’s Auction Service, will discuss house clean-outs, estate sales, auctions, appraisals, and moving/delivery services. Please RSVP to the seminar, seating is limited.

Now Accepting Reservations. Act Now for Best Selection! Please call to RSVP or just stop by! 150 Dutch Meadows Lane, Glenville, NY 12302 MeadowsAtGlenwyck.com

SARATOGA SPRINGS - Fri. Feb. 16th: 2:30-3:30pm. Free and Open to the Public. Exercise your mind with new and stimulating activities to keep your brain engaged. 5 Williams St., Saratoga Springs, (518) 584-1621.

Saratoga Springs Public Library, 7,000 Miles To A Wilderness Ethic

SARATOGA SPRINGS -Wednesday, February 21, 2018. “7,000 Miles to a Wilderness Ethic: A Transformation After One Year on the Pacific Crest Trail, Te Araroa, and the Appalachian Trail” Presented by Tyler Socash. Monthly program of Glens Falls-Saratoga Chapter of Adirondack Mountain Club. Free. 7:00 p.m. For more info: Sarah King at programs@adk-gfs.org

CAPITAL DISTRICT - STEP is now accepting registrations for its 2018 spring start up of Equine therapy programs with certified AHA and PATH instructors in Hippotherapy, STEP-up Therapeutic Riding, STEP from the Ground up and other programs both mounted and non mounted for those with special physical ,psychosocial, and emotional needs ages 2 and up. Special veteran, TBI and MS programs available.STEP participates in Medicaid Waiver and Consumer directed choices. Visit website www.stepup-nfec. org to download registration and forms call 518 374.5116, email stepatnfec@yahoo.com or PM us on Facebook for more information.

PENNYSAVER

P.O. Box 1450, Clifton Park, NY 12065 • 454-5501 • Fax: 454-5541

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE: Monday at 4:00pm CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT Dianna Gregory • 454-5502 / Margaret Bunkoff • 454-5503 Email: classifieds@crwnewspapers.com • Fax 454-5542 DISPLAY ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES Joanne Mack ....... 454-5517 Gene Renzi ........... 454-5512 Kathleen Riley ..... 454-5518 Kurt Kaiser ............ 454-5515 Valerie Courville .. 454-5519 Cheryl Wallace .... 454-5511

518-280-7340

GLEN-1801-EventsAd_Psave-6_5x7_5v-4.indd 1 Saratoga Senior Center Brain Gym Study Group (Sponsored

Open Registration For Step Equine Therapy

PUBLISHER Todd Peterson • 454-5703 2/12/18 1:50 PM Fish Creek Rod And Gun Club Fish Fry Fridays

VICTORY - Fish Creek Rod and Gun Club will continue FISH FRY FRIDAY, EVERY FRIDAY, for the month of FEBRUARY 2018, at 4:30-7:00PM . All are welcome, members and non-members. Menu: Fish Fry, Chicken Fry, Clam Fry, Popcorn Shrimp Fry, Chowder, ask about our extra’s and beverages. You are welcome to eat in at our club house, or call ahead for Take Out. 695-3917 .

Saratoga Senior Center Movie Day

SARATOGA SPRINGS - Thurs. Feb. 22nd: 10:00am12:30pm. Come join us for a viewing of “The Mountain Between Us,” starring Kate Winslet and Idris Elba. Cost is $3 for members, $5 for non-members, and popcorn is included! 5 Williams St., Saratoga Springs, (518) 584-1621.

BUSINESS DEPARTMENT John Walsh, Manager .... 454-5525 Mary Lou Bishop & Carol Coggins, Bookkeeping ART DEPARTMENT Laurie Phelps, Roberta Mullins, Rick Mullins Hours are: Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:00pm Published By:

Capital Region Weekly Newspapers

Publisher of • Pennysaver • Saratoga Weekly • The Advertiser • The Weekly Distributed Weekly To Over 187,000 Homes Corporate Headquarters: 645 Albany-Shaker Rd., Albany, NY 12211 • 454-5501; Fax 454-5541 Capital Region Weekly Newspaper Group Is A Division Of Hearst Communications, Inc.

Reproduction without permission is prohibited. The majority of the ads in this publication were created by and are the sole property of Capital Region Weekly Newspapers and cannot be reproduced without express permission from the publisher.


w w w . s a r a t o g a w e e k l y. c o m

RICHARD’S FUELS INC Serving The Capital District

DELIVERING OUR PRICES ARE

INSANE!

371-2382 Monthly Indoor Craft & Garage Sale

SARATOGA/WILTON - On Sunday, February 25th, from 11-3 pm the popular Elks Ladies Auxiliary Indoor Craft and Garage Sale will take place at the Saratoga-Wilton Elks Club off Maple Avenue on Elks Lane. Admission is free with over 40 vendors; parking is great, bargains galore, lunch, books, household items, sports equipment, handmade items, clothing, jewelry, party vendors, pet supplies and just about anything you can imagine may be found here. New vendors are signing up every month. Snow or rain, the sales go on and it is a fun activity the entire family enjoys. Come browse, visit, eat, or just get out of the house with a friend. All proceeds go to our local charities. All markets are held the fourth Sunday of each month: except December, May, June, July, and August. Next sales dates are March 25th and April 22nd tables are $15 for an 8 ft. table; call Linda at 289-5470 for information or to sign up for a table(s). Karen’s Cupboard is back with lots of homemade goodies.

Saratoga Senior Center Ceramics, Sculpture, & Soapstone Carving

SARATOGA SPRINGS - Tuesdays 5:30-6:00pm until 7:30pm. (Participants can arrive anytime between 5:306:00pm). No experience is necessary! Come join the fun and let your creativity flow during our new extended Tuesday night hours! 5 Williams St., Saratoga Springs, (518) 584-1621.

GUN SHOW Polish Community Center $1.00 OFF ADMISSION WITH THIS AD

Sat.,Sat., March & Sun., Sun.,Sept. March Sept.24th 23rd & 24th25th Sat. 9-5; Sun. 9-3

225 Washington Ave. Ext., Albany NY 12205

BUY - SELL - TRADE

CGM

Guns, Knives & Accessories

(518) 664-9743

A practice built on 40 years of affordable, quality dentistry

518-307-7370 League of Women Voters Of Saratoga County Meet-Up

All purchases of modern guns must go through FBI NICS check.

SARATOGA COUNTY - The League of Women Voters of Saratoga County will hold a Meet-Up on February 21 at 7 PM at the Adirondack Trust Bank Community Room, Saratoga Springs. The topic will be New York State Legislation on Early Vote. “Let NY Vote“will be discussed and meetings planned with our State Legislators. Meet-Ups are open to all; no membership required to attend. Join us at the Adirondack Trust Community Room at 31 Church Street Please enter from the top floor of the garage on Woodlawn and Church Street, Saratoga Springs NY.

Page 5

Fuschino Family Dentistry

INSURED & BONDED

• FUEL OIL • KEROSENE

www.NEACA.com

HONEST & DEPENDABLE

SARATOGA Weekly - SWK

Established 2001

10¢ OFF • DIESEL

PER GALLON WITH CASH

February 15, 2018

Now Accepting New Patients For An Appointment Please Call (518) 664-4903 or (518) 664-2411 172 South Central Ave., Mechanicville

Wellness Walk At Wilton Wildlife Preserve & Park

WILTON - On Monday, February 19 at 11:00am Wilton Wildlife Preserve & Park will be holding a Wellness Walk led by Linda Hovious, fitness instructor at the Saratoga Springs YMCA. This is a great opportunity to enjoy a winter walk on the trails at Wilton Wildlife Preserve and Park! The Wellness Walk is geared towards gentle exercise and the enjoyment of nature and will be accessible for participants at basic fitness levels. The walk will depart from the Camp Saratoga North Trailhead kiosk. Pre-registration is appreciated as the program could be cancelled if there is bad weather. Snowshoes will be available for rental 30 minutes before the program; free for members, $3 for non-members. If there is no snow, the program will take place without snowshoes. The Wellness Walks are a monthly activity with the March Walk scheduled on the 26th at the Fox Trail off of Route 50 north of King Road. For more information or to register for the program, please call the Preserve & Park office at 518-450-0321 or via email at info@wiltonpreserve.org. For up-to-date trail conditions or program information, please visit the Preserve & Park’s website at www.wiltonpreserve.org The Wilton Wildlife Preserve & Park is a non-profit organization that conserves ecological systems and natural settings while providing opportunities for environmental education and outdoor recreation.

PENNYSAVER • MONEYSAVER • SARATOGA WEEKLY • THE WEEKLY • THE ADVERTISER

The Rebellion Of 1837-1838 In Lower Canada

CLIFTON PARK Wednesday, February 28, 2018, 7pm, Clifton ParkHalfmoon Public Library, Clifton Park, NY. La Fédération Franco-Américaine du NY, will give a presentation on “The Rebellion of 1837-1838 in Lower Canada”. Bernard Ouimet, President of La Fédération Franco-Américaine du NY and a native of Quebec, will speak about Lower Canada against the British. Come and learn about the reasons for the rebellion, the taking of arms, the outcome, and the legal repercussions. The presentation is free and open to the public. Registration online, in person, or by calling 518-371-8622.

MARCH 8th & 15th DEADLINES - FRIDAY PRIOR TO PUBLICATION

FREE SPOT COLOR GREEN In Saratoga County P.O. Box 1450, Clifton Park, NY 12065 (518) 454-5501

In Corinth 7 Maple Street, Corinth, NY 12822 (518) 654-9331

In Rensselaer County 29 Sheer Rd., P.O. Box 70, Averill Park, NY 12018 (518) 674-2841


Page 6

SARATOGA Weekly - SWK

February 15, 2018

Eddie F’s: Where Everyone is Family by Emily Marcason-Tolmie

Nestled between Skidmore College and Broadway in Saratoga Springs is a neighborhood eatery serving New England seafood specialties: New England and Manhattan Chowder, Ipswich whole belly clams, lobster rolls, lobster mac & cheese, oysters, scallops, fish & chips, fish fry, shrimp and haddock. The eatery offers homemade salads, soups, pizzas, pastas, wings and sandwiches. Happy hour is every day from 3-6 p.m. Catering is available. Ed Fazzone and his wife, Lisa, have been running Eddie F’s since it opened in 2016. Ed is in the kitchen. Lisa is greeting the customers and running the restaurant’s social media accounts. The couple, originally from Schenectady, lived in Florida and were restaurant owners there for nearly 15 years when they decided to come home to the Capital District. They chose to settle a few exits north of Schenectady because they enjoy all that Saratoga Springs has to offer, especially the race track during the summer. “We knew it was time to come home,” Lisa said. The couple has poured their heart and soul into Eddie F’s. Lisa points at the memorabilia on the walls. There are pictures of the Saratoga Springs Race Track, pictures of Ed with various jockeys, and patches from first responders all belonging to Ed. “We didn’t just put random things on the walls,” Lisa said. “This is all Ed.” Lisa and Ed grew up about a block apart in Schenectady. Their families knew each other. Lisa learned how to run a restaurant from watching her grandfather. He owned an Italian restaurant on State Street in Schenectady. Lisa remembers watching her father, uncle and grandfather spend countless hours cooking in the restaurant’s kitchen. “We are third-generation restaurant owners,” Lisa said, “It is in our blood.” And now Ed and Lisa’s daughter and son-in-law have relocated from Florida to join the family restaurant. Their son-in-law has cooked with Ed since he was 15-years old. Lisa happily cares for her grandchildren while her daughter staffs the restaurant. “We really are a family affair,” Lisa said. She laughingly explains that she and Ed can’t convince their son to join the business. Despite working together most days, Ed and Lisa close the restaurant on Sundays for “family day.” On Sundays they will sometimes explore the other restaurants in Saratoga Springs. “We love to eat,” Lisa said. “And we love to eat at other restaurants in town.” Lisa said that she and Ed are happy to support other local restaurant owners because they’ve been so supportive of them. “Everyone, especially the customers, have been so supportive of our journey,” she said. The Saratoga Chamber of Commerce is also a fan of the restaurant. “Ed and I love the chamber. They have been so supportive,” Lisa said. Ed and Lisa take pride in knowing most of the people that come into the restaurant on a daily basis. “We know many of our customers by name,” Lisa said. “They have become an extension of our family.” Ed agrees with Lisa. “We really focus on the locals,” he said. Lisa said they appreciate their loyal patrons. “They are here with us all year – not just during the summer months. We really are cooking for the people that live in these neighborhoods,” she said. It is for the local patrons that Lisa and Ed try to keep the atmosphere at the restaurant fun. “We play the music a little bit louder. The TV is on with the game on or something light. They know the owners are here. We are bringing their food out and sometimes sitting at the table with them to catch up,” Lisa said. The eatery recently celebrated its first anniversary and the neighborhood came out to celebrate with them. “We had a packed house here for the celebration,” Ed said. “It was nice to see everyone, visit with them, everyone was smiling and enjoying the food. That’s why we do this. It’s all about good people and good food.” Any Wednesday is a great day for one of Eddie’s famous Lobster Rolls for just $16 (comes with fries or onion rings and slaw), including Valentine’s Day (reservations are still available)! For more information visit Eddie F’s Facebook page: www.facebook.com/eddiefseatery/ Emily Marcason-Tolmie, a Saratoga native, is a writer, researcher, wife and mother. Emily and her husband, Ryan, are the parents to two wonderful little boys, ages 4 and 1.

Saratoga Senior Center Multi-Day Bus Trips

SARATOGA SPRINGS - 5 Williams St., Saratoga Springs, (518) 584-1621. Open to the Public! •Virginia Beach, Colonial Williamsburg, & Historic Norfolk (7 days- 6 nights) $815 - October 14th-20th ($75 deposit due by June 16th, 2018). Trip highlights: 10 meals, 6 breakfasts, 4 dinners, the Virginia Beach Boardwalk, guided tour of Colonial Williamsburg, dinner cruise on the Spirit of Norfolk, admission to the Nauticus & Battleship Wisconsin, and more! •Niagara Falls (Canadian) & Toronto (5 days 4 nights) $539 - June 11-15th ($75 deposit due by February 11th, 2018). Trip Highlights: 8 meals: 4 breakfasts, 4 dinners, guided tours of Niagara Falls & Toronto, a visit to Casa Loma, Niagara on the Lake & Queen Victoria Park, a journey to the Falls on a Hornblower Niagara Cruise, and much more! 2018 Excursions (Presented by Collette) Pacific Northwest & California (Washington & Oregon). July 15th-22nd, 2018. $3,459. Imperial Cities (Prague, Vienna, & Budapest). September 3rd-13th, 2018. $3,859. Spotlight on Rome. October 4th-10th, 2018. $3,399 Colors of Morocco. October 31st-November 10th, 2018. $4,159 Tropical Costa Rica. December 1st-9th, 2018. $2,899. Informational Presentation: April 25th at 1pm America’s Music Cities (Nashville, Memphis, & New Orleans). December 7th-14th, 2018. $3,199 Iceland’s Magical Northern Lights: March13th-19th, 2019. $3,599

Rochmon Record Club Listening Party

SARATOGA SPRINGS - On Tuesday February 20 at 6:30 The Rochmon Record Club will converge to listen, learn about and discuss Eric Clapton’s tour de force, Derek and the Dominos “Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs” at Caffe’ Lena, 47 Phila Street in Saratoga Springs. The Listening Party begins at 7pm with a live audio & video presentation by Chuck Vosganian aka “Rochmon”. A Rochmon Record Club Listening Party is meant to inform and deepen our understanding of the history of the individual performers, the songs and the stories that went into the making this iconic album. The Caffe’ Lena kitchen will be open for light food and drinks. Alcohol will not be served during this event. $5 donation is suggested. Donations go to the restoration funds of Caffe’ Lena and Universal Preservation Hall. Rochmon Record Club is presented by Universal Preservation Hall and underwritten by LooKTV Online, Saratoga Guitar and Turning Point Chiropractic. The Rochmon Record Club is held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month. For questions please call or text 518-792-2711.

Life Visioning Workshop

SARATOGA SPRINGS - Tuesday, February 20 at 6:30 p.m. Participants will learn the technique for accessing divine guidance developed by Rev. Dr. Michael Beckwith and participate in a guided visioning session. Suggested donation: $20.Hosted by Albany-Saratoga Spiritual Adventures at Woodlawn Commons, 156 Lawrence St., Saratoga Springs. For more information, visit www.newthoughtnewyork.org or call (518) 366-9918.

Saratoga/Wilton Elks Lodge #161 Presents a Baked Ham Chicken & Biscuits Dinner

SARATOGA/WILTON - Wednesday, February 28, 2018. 4:30-6:30 PM. Soup, Toss Salad, Baked Ham, Chicken & Biscuits, Mashed Potatoes, Seasonal Vegetables, Rolls and Butter, Dessert, Coffee and Tea. Donation: $12.00 Adults; $11.00 Seniors (62 years) & Military(Active or Retired) with ID Card; $8.00 Children 5-12; Children Under 5 Free $12.00 All Takeouts. Cash Bar Available. 1 Elk Lane, Saratoga Springs. Call (518) 584-2585 for more information.

Saratoga Senior Center Charitable Giving: Getting Organized for Peace of Mind

SARATOGA SPRINGS - Presented by Charlie Joseph from Janney Montgomery Scott, LLC. Tues. Feb. 20th: 4pm. Learn about important financial planning topics including beneficiary designations for wills, trusts, retirement plans and life insurance, locating and organizing your financial documents, life insurance reviews, investments, health care proxies, long-term care insurance, and more. Lite fare and wine will be served. 5 Williams St., Saratoga Springs, (518) 584-1621.


As O Se n e TV n !

FEBRUARY SPECIAL Take Take An An Additional Additional 10% 10% OFF OFF Siding Siding & & 518-464-0083 Windows! WWW.SIDINGWINDOWS.COM Windows!

BUY NOW, AND MAKE NO PAYMENTS ‘TIL SUMMER 2018! SIDING & WINDOWS

w w w . s a r a t o g a w e e k l y. c o m

SARATOGA Weekly - SWK

February 15, 2018

All New!

- Remote Start - Heated Seats - Heated Steering Wheel

CheRokee #L8CK2, MSRP $29,135 OFF $

$

2,000

Saturday, February 17 10am-2pm!

2017 J eep

2018 J eep

aLtitude 4x4 Renegade

Save 5,139 MSRP! Ask About Additional... Up To:

3 Volume Selling Saves You Money! 3 400 New Vehicles In 1 Location! 3 Express Lane Service 3 Indoor Service Drive

Pet Adoption Clinic

CHRYSLER JEEP DODGE RAM

2018 J eep

Page 7

everyone’S price:

23,996

**

$

Available Bonus

for FICO Score Under 620 **Retail purchase only, excludes lease vehicles. See us for all the details.

*

Save

5,926

$

OFF MSRP!

#L7R132, MSRP $23,915

2018 J eep

everyone’S price:

S port 4 x 4

17,989

$

Compass

*

L aredo 4 x 4

S port

OFF MSRP!

#L8CP1, MSRP $23,590

everyone’S price:

gRand CheRokee

#L8GC114, MSRP $33,990

Save

3,592

$

19,998 *

$

Save $4,197

OFF MSRP!

29,793

$

everyone’S price:

*

*Plus tax, title & dmv fees. Retail purchase only, excludes leased vehicles. Includes all rebates & incentives EVERYONE QUALIFIES FOR. You may also qualify for ADDITIONAL rebates & incentives!

2017 raM

IN STOCK!

OVER 100 NEW

2018 raM “QuadCab”

“QuadCab”expRess4x4

expRess4x4

hemi!

Everyone’s Cash Price: $34,830 You May Also Qualify For Additional Rebates/Incentives!

#L171R203, MSRP $42,470 Everyone’s Price: $32,470**

$

10,000

**

oFF msRp!

**Plus tax, title & dmv fees. Retail purchase only, excludes leased vehicles. Includes all rebates & incentives EVERYONE QUALIFIES FOR. You may also qualify for ADDITIONAL rebates & incentives! Price/ Savings may not be reflective any dealer added accessories.

80

oveR

2015 Ram 1500 QuadCabs in stoCk!

199

$

**

peR month 24 month Lease Includes All rebates/incentives EVERYONE Qualifies For.

#L181R121, MSRP $38,830. Plus tax, title, dmv fees, 1st payment, plus $999 cash down or trade equity. 24 **month closed end lease, 10,000 miles p/year, 25¢ per mile overage, purchase option at lease end. Sale price $34,830; residual value $22,133.10. 720 FICO Score to qualify for this payment, thru Chrysler Capital Financial. Payment may not be reflective of any dealer added accessories.

*Lifetime Car Washes: one exterior car wash per week for Lifetime of vehicle purchased, non-transferable. Lifetime Limited Powertrain Warranty: all maintenance and repairs must be performed by selling Goldstein dealership in order to receive benefits; $50 deductible per visit; see dealer for complete details. Excludes commercial, diesel and turbo vehicles.

Advertised offers expire 2/28/18 • Open Sundays 10am-4pm

CHRYSLER JEEP DODGE RAM 021518-9.75x10-Dodge-NEW-Penny.indd 1

New Location

968 New Loudon Road, Latham • (518) 785-4156

LIFETIME

Car Washes*

Plus -

-

-

-

-

-

LIFETIME* Warranty Limited Powertrain

GoldsteinCDJR.com INCLUDED AT NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE!

2/12/18 11:51 AM


A O s Se n e TV n !

FEBRUARY SPECIAL Take Take An An Additional Additional 10% 10% OFF OFF Siding Siding & & 518-464-0083 Windows! WWW.SIDINGWINDOWS.COM Windows!

BUY NOW, AND MAKE NO PAYMENTS ‘TIL SUMMER 2018! SIDING & WINDOWS

SARATOGA Weekly - SWK

Page 8

February 15, 2018

PENNYSAVER, MONEYSAVER, SARATOGA Weekly, THE WEEKLY &

THE ADVERTISER

Home Improvement SPRING 2018

CROSSWORD

Maarrcch h2 M 29 9tth h De adline: Friday, M arch 2 3r d

ATTENTION:

• Builders • Decorators • Home Furnishing • Kitchen, Bath, Cabinets & Siding Businesses • Plumbers • Electricians • Financing • And All Other Home Improvement Specialists

Bonus: Pick up exact same ad from March 29th & run it April 5th... Get FREE 4 Color Both Weeks! ALL ADS INCLUDE FREE SPOT COLOR ADD 4 COLOR TO YOUR AD FOR ONLY $75.00

Main Office P.O. Box 1450 Clifton Park, NY 12065 (518) 454-5501

W W W

.

In Corinth 7 Maple Street Corinth, NY 12822 (518) 654-9331

C R W N E W S P A P E R S

In Rensselaer County 29 Sheer Rd., P.O. Box 70, Averill Park, NY 12018 (518) 674-2841

.

C O M

Saratoga Christian Women’s Club Early Spring Luncheon

All women are invited to attend a luncheon Tuesday March 13, 2018 from 12:00-2:00 PM at Longfellows Restaurant, Rt. 9P Saratoga. Cost is $15.00 inclusive. Our Special Feature, John Gray from News Channel 10, will discuss his new book about his beloved dog. Our Speaker, Jackie Gordon from Amsterdam, NY will speak on “Is This All There Is to Life?”. Reservations are required by March. 8th. Please call Ellie at 584-3779 or Anita at 583-4043. No membership or dues required.

Spring 2018 Brown Bag Lunch Lecture Series

SARATOGA SPRINGS - This educational series is produced by the Saratoga Heritage Area Visitor Center in partnership with the Saratoga Springs Public Library. All Brown Bag Lunch Lecture programs are FREE and open to the public – no registration required. The programs take place from Noon – 1:00 pm and meet in the H. Dutcher Community Room, Saratoga Springs Public Library, 49 Henry Street, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866. Thursday, March 8, 2018 - Speaker: Richard Chait Program Title: “A Look Back at the Railroads of Saratoga Springs and Surrounding Area” Description: Railroads, especially the Delaware and Hudson (D&H), were a major player in the economic development of the Saratoga area. Starting in the mid to late 1800’s, people found it easy to take the train, get off at the beautiful station in Saratoga Springs and enjoy the races, the casino, or one of the elegant hotels on Broadway. Join Richard Chait as he presents images of Victorian era train travel in and around Saratoga. Enjoy a look back at the various railroads that played an important role in bringing visitors to the Spa City.

Saratoga/Wilton Elks Lodge #161 Saint Patrick’s Day Celebration Dinner

SARATOGA/WILTON - Wednesday, March 14, 2018. 4:30-6:30 PM. Corned Beef & Ham Dinner, Soup, Corned Beef, Baked Ham, Potatoes, Cabbage, Seasonal Vegetables, Rolls and Butter, Dessert, Coffee and Tea. Donation Requested: $12.00 Adults; $11.00 Seniors (62 years) & Military (Active or Retired) with ID Card; $8.00 Children 5-12 Children Under 5 Free; $12.00 All Takeouts. Cash Bar Available. 1 Elk Lane, Saratoga Springs, NY. Call (518) 584-2585 for more information.

CLUES ACROSS 1. Elaborate silk garment 5. Fleet 11. Egyptian deity 12. Hundredth anniversary 16. Chew the fat 17. Doctor of Medicine 18. Large, edible game fish 19. Revitalization 24. Personal computer 25. Unfettered 26. Clumsy persons 27. Japanese classical theater 28. Part of a ship 29. Rate of movement 30. How much 31. Image taken with a camera 33. Sharp mountain ridge 34. Czech capital 38. One who treats poorly 39. By right 40. Relating to odors 43. As soon as possible 44. Israeli Olympic swimmer 45. Scored perfectly 49. Financial ratio (abbr.) 50. Unpleasant emotion 51. Sign of the zodiac

53. Promotional material 54. Your parents’ parents 56. Monetary unit 58. Farm state 59. One of Hollywood’s Bridges brothers 60. Not the plaintiff 63. “Night Train” novelist 64. Martens valued for their fur 65. Discount CLUES DOWN 1. Bone in the lower back 2. Goddess of wisdom 3. Comedic honors 4. A way to grasp 5. Apex 6. British soldier 7. Manganese 8. Indicates position 9. Decompressions in scuba diving (abbr.) 10. Soon 13. Blood type 14. Clever reply 15. One who travels by luxurious boat 20. Once more 21. Rural delivery 22. Mexican dish

23. Nigerian City 27. Is not (Span.) 29. Italy’s longest river 30. Grand __, vintage 31. Monetary unit 32. The man 33. Basics 34. Poster 35. Small remains 36. Gelatinous substance 37. A narrow opening 38. Artificial intelligence 40. Algerian coastal city 41. Canned fish 42. Milligram 44. Carrot’s partner 45. Single-celled animals 46. Movie theater 47. Necessitate 48. A state of not being used 50. Small folds of tissue 51. Gallium 52. Trauma center 54. Commands to go faster 55. New England’s football team 57. Pianoforte 61. Unit of loudness 62. Atomic number 13 Answers in back of paper


As O Se n e TV n !

FEBRUARY SPECIAL Take Take An An Additional Additional 10% 10% OFF OFF Siding Siding & & 518-464-0083 Windows! WWW.SIDINGWINDOWS.COM Windows!

r e t in W

BUY NOW, AND MAKE NO PAYMENTS ‘TIL SUMMER 2018!

SIDING & WINDOWS

w w w . s a r a t o g a w e e k l y. c o m

PENNYSAVER • MONEYSAVER • S

Stay Safe! See Advisor For Details!

Buy 4 Select Tires & Get Rebates Up To

130

OIL CHANGE PACKAGE!

$

See advisor for details. Expires 2/28/18.

MORRIS FORD

HOURS: MON, TUES, THURS, FRI • 8AM-5:30PM; WED • 8AM-8PM; SAT • 8AM-1PM

aratoga WEEKLY •

Page 9

The

WEEKLY

CAR CARE

SERVICE DEPT. OPEN SATURDAY 8AM-1PM

$

SARATOGA Weekly - SWK

February 15, 2018

39

95

872 Saratoga Rd. (Route 50) Burnt Hills, NY 12027

518-399-9188 www.terrymorris.com

TRUST AND VALUE ... ❄ ❄

Winter Special

❄ Oil Change ❄ & Tire Rotation ❄

49.95

$

plus tax

Free - 27 Multi-Point Inspection Full Synthetic - Most Cars (Trucks Slightly Higher) Expires 3/21/18

Pros And Cons Of Connected Cars While smart cars that can communicate and dial into command centers, provide directions or even blast off back to 1985 were mere concepts 30 to 40 years ago, today automakers have made tech-savvy cars a reality. Cars have become computers on wheels, and there’s seemingly no end to the features that many vehicles are sporting. However, are these connections truly a boon to drivers or a safety bust? Pros Proponents of connected cars say safety features embedded in the vehicles, such as GM’s On-Star platform and similar services for other brands, make a strong case for connected cars. These systems can immediately alert for emergency assistance if there is an accident or if a passenger is unresponsive. The future of other safety features includes vehicles that can sense obstacles in the environment and make modifications to GPS routes based on accidents or road blocks, passing that information on to other cars to create safer conditions. Service centers can use connected cars to digitally diagnose problems and possibly reduce more invasive mechanical measures. Insurance companies can use data pulled from driving habits to determine rates based on safe driving behaviors. Manufacturers can track data such as how optimally a person has driven to develop more efficient vehicles. Another benefit of smart cars is infotainment, which truly takes internet use mobile in every sense of the word. Apps learn drivers’ preferences and can fine tune music, news and other entertainment options to make trips even more enjoyable. Cons One of the biggests arguments against connected cars is the increased level of distraction. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says that, in 2015 alone, 3,477 people were killed and 391,000 were injured in motor vehicle crashes involving distracted drivers. During daylight hours, approximately 660,000 drivers are using cell phones while driving. A smart car is essentially a smartphone on wheels, which may prompt greater levels of distraction. Another area of concern is security. As cars become more connected to the internet, they can become greater targets for hackers. Researchers have already shown how hackers can take control of the vehicle, forcing them to brake or steer elsewhere. There’s also the opportunity for people to be digitally spied on or for criminals to gain other personal information through driving habits. It seems as though connected cars are here to stay, and drivers must weigh the pros and cons of having this technology at their fingertips when behind the wheel.

... PRICELESS! CERTIFIED SERVICE

BUICK - GMC

Route 50, Ballston Spa www.mangino.com

885-5301

Did You Know? Toyota has long dominated the North American automotive market. With more than 40 million sold across the globe, the Toyota Corolla, introduced in 1966, has been dubbed the best-selling car of all time, according to Autoblog. By 1974, the Corolla became the bestselling car in the world. Car and Driver says that other Toyota models, including the RAV4 and Camry, also are consumer favorites.

Did You Know? Cars and trucks can benefit greatly from clean air filters. Many drivers are aware of the need to change the oil in their vehicles according to the intervals designated in their owners’ manuals, but few may be aware of the many benefits of changing air filters. One such benefit pertains to fuel efficiency. The automotive website CarsDirect.com notes that studies have shown that changing clogged air filters can improve fuel efficiency by as much as 10 percent and save drivers as much as 15 cents per gallon of fuel. Clean air filters also can benefit the environment. When vehicle air filters are clogged, air flow to the engine is reduced, adversely affecting vehicle emissions. Clean filters increase air flow to the engine, reducing vehicle emissions as a result. Clean air filters also can help drivers get more out of their vehicle investments. Designed to trap dirt and debris, clean air filters prolong engine life by preventing such particles from damaging engine components. Drivers can check their owners’ manuals for air filter replacement guidelines, but manufacturers generally advise drivers change their air filters every 12,000 to 15,000 miles. Such a repair is inexpensive but can go a long way toward ensuring vehicles operate as efficiently as possible.


A O s Se n e TV n !

SIDING & WINDOWS

Page 10

FEBRUARY SPECIAL Take Take An An Additional Additional 10% 10% OFF OFF Siding Siding & & 518-464-0083 Windows! WWW.SIDINGWINDOWS.COM Windows!

BUY NOW, AND MAKE NO PAYMENTS ‘TIL SUMMER 2018!

SARATOGA Weekly - SWK

February 15, 2018

Saratoga Senior Center One-Day Bus Trips

SARATOGA SPRINGS - 5 Williams St., Saratoga Springs, (518) 584-1621. Open to the Public! •Culinary Institute of America (CIA): Thursday May 10th, 2018. A tour of the institute, followed by lunch, and ending with a tour and tasting at Brotherhood Winery. We will be leaving the train station at 7:30am.

TAMBORA

This winter has certainly brought plenty of crazy weather. As annoyingly frigid as recent weather has seemed, can you imagine if winter continued right on through summer? Well, that is exactly what happened in 1816; a year nearly two hundred years ago that produced snow and frost in June, frost in July and another killing frost in August. 1816 was known as “The Year There Was No Summer” and “Eighteen Hundred and Froze to Death”. A volcano called Tambora explosively erupted in Indonesia in April of 1815. This eruption is regarded by many as the largest eruption in recorded history. The size and violence of this eruption forced an estimated 100 CUBIC MILES of dust, ash and sulfuric acid into the stratosphere. Many scientists feel that this dust and ash was responsible for “The Year There Was No Summer”. Let’s take a look at what they endured. The winter of 1815-1816 was a cold one that started early and lingered late. This was not uncommon and these northern farmers had endured many long winters and late spring cold. April and May were cold but most managed to get their crops planted. By early June, the leaves were out on the trees, the corn was up and vegetable gardens were in and growing. It looked like the long winter was over at last. Then things began to go terribly wrong. On June 5th in Williamstown, Mass., the temperature was a balmy 83 degrees, warm for that early in the season. By the next morning, the temperature was 45 degrees and still falling. This cold arctic air wasn’t isolated to Williamstown. From Canada to Virginia cold arctic air caused killing frosts to occur June 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th. Thousands of birds that had recently migrated into the area from the south froze to death. Sheep, recently shorn, froze to death even though they were brought inside. Farmers built bonfires around their fields to try to save the crops but all to no avail. Even the leaves on all the trees froze, blackened and fell to the ground. There was snow in New York and New England and on the June 6th 7th and 8th as far south as the Catskills. In Danville, Vermont the newspaper reports: “On the night of the 7th and morning of the 8th a kind of sleet or exceedingly cold snow fell, attended by high wind, and measured in places where it drifted 18 to 20 inches in depth. Saturday morning (8th of June) the weather was more severe than it generally is in the winter.” Standing water froze as far south as Philadelphia and in northern Vermont the ice was an inch thick. Even the ground started to freeze! By the 12th of June, the outbreak of cold ended. The hard work of planting was repeated. Farmers knew that, in spite of the late start, they still had enough time to get a decent crop of corn and beans and such….if the weather cooperated for the rest of the season. For four weeks the weather held. The second planting Frost on a rose. sprouted and was growing well. Folks felt a bit foolish about their earlier fears and chalked it up to their renowned New England weather. Their good cheer was not to last. At the end of the first week in July another, although less severe, outbreak of arctic air spilled over New England and eastern New York. All the crops in the valleys (where most of the farms were) were again killed or badly damaged. Most felt that a widespread famine was inevitable. Those who could procure seed again replanted and everyone prayed. It seemed that God himself had turned against them. After the first week of July, things returned to normal for a few more weeks. In addition to the cold in 1816, it was a dry year as well. In spite of their earlier failures, the farmers were optimistic that, if they got a break in September, things would be all right. Alas, another killing frost on August 20th visited much of New England and New York as far south as East Windsor, Conn. From Albany to Boston most of the crops again succumbed. Whatever survived that frost was finished off by an even colder spell during the last week of the month. As if that weren’t enough, temperatures dipped below freezing again September 11th and 12th. A more widespread frost at the end of September dashed any hope for crops that had managed to escape until then. The winter of 1816-1817 was indeed a winter of despair. Many tried to survive on milk and bread but bread was in short supply. It was a blessing that the ocean off New England’s coast was so bountiful. The task of feeding New England fell to the fishermen. Many landlubbers who had never eaten fish became very familiar with the taste of mackerel during 1817. When the snow and the cold get you down remember, it could be a lot worse. We may be sick and tired of winter weather but it’s nothing when compared to the trials the weather of 1816 put our ancestors through. Thanks for the read.

•Burlington and Von Trapp House: Thursday July 12th, 2018. Spend the morning touring Burlington on your own and stopping to enjoy lunch. Then meet back up with the group for an exciting tour of the Von Trapp house, including a guided history, documentary viewing, and a Q&A with a Von Trapp family member. There will also be an option to do a brewery tour and tasting after the actual house tour. We will be leaving Burlington around 6:15pm and arriving home around 9:30pm. • New York City Trip: Wednesday December 5th, 2018. We’ll get you all down to the city and then you’re on your own to explore the big apple! We can assist with getting you tickets and reservations but the day will be yours to do as you please. We will be leaving the train station at 7am and arrive at Bryant Park around 10:30-11am. We will then leave Bryant Park in the evening at 7pm, arriving home around 10:30-11pm.

Gateway House Of Peace Tickets On Sale Now For A Murder Mystery Fundraiser At Saratoga Arms

BALLSTON SPA - Nonprofit charitable hospice home Gateway House of Peace invites community members to their murder mystery fundraising event on Friday March 16, 2018, at the historic Saratoga Arms in Saratoga Springs, 6:30 – 9:00PM. To purchase tickets, register online at www.gatewayhouseofpeace.org. or by calling 518-450-1273. The event features hors d’oeuvres, wine and beer, coffee, dessert and a sleuthing packet. A grand prize package will be awarded. Tickets are $75 per person. An overnight package is available for an additional charge.

Corned Beef Dinner

SARATOGA SPRINGS - The Saratoga Springs United Methodist Church on 175 5th Avenue will be hosting a Corned Beef Dinner complete with homemade pies on Saturday, March 17th from 4:00 - 6:00pm. Cost: Free will donation. Come join us!

Saratoga Chamber Players 31st Season

GLENS FALLS - The Saratoga Chamber Players continues its 31st season on Saturday March 31st in Glens Falls at The Hyde Collection, 161 Warren Street, at 3 PM. This allHaydn program is a birthday celebration of the composer’s birth in 1732 with the Trio BelleScarpe featuring violinist Jill Levy, cellist Judith Serkin and pianist Jeannette Koekkoek. These three friends have played together since 2003, and Jill has known Judith since they were teenagers at Curtis Institute. Haydn, too, was capable of long-lasting friendships. Aside from being one of the most prolific of composers, he befriended Mozart and later became a friend and tutor to Beethoven. Haydn’s trios introduced new harmonic relationships. Familiar with the complex baroque form, Haydn also adopted a gay and elegant style then popular in Austria and added to these elements the expressive and emotional style of German composers like Carl Emmanuel Bach. Haydn’s sense of humor can also be seen in many of his works. The concert will be followed by a Meet-the-Musicians reception. Tickets available online or at the door are $20 adults, $18 seniors, $15 students. For program details and ticketing see - http://www. saratogachamberplayers. org/events/category/20172018-concert-season/


SERVICES CLASSIFIEDS

w w w . s a r a t o g a w e e k l y. c o m

WANTED

February 15, 2018

FOR SALE

CARS/TRUCKS WANTED!!! We buy 2000-2015 Cars/ Trucks. Running or Not. Nationwide Free Pickup! Call 1-888-416-2208

Firewood: Seasoned log length firewood. Truckload 5-6 cords $750. Truck and trailer load 10-12 cords $1150. (518) 587-0248

Old political items: campaign and advertising buttons, presidential only. Older than 1940’s is better. Call 581-1654 or 275-1279

Mulch hay $2 / bale. Call (518) 587-0248 REPLACEMENT WINDOWS: Anderson, Pella & Alside starting at $199. White Vinyl Double Hung, Professional Installation, 40 years experience, BBB A+ rating, Authorized Home Advisor Contractor. Call Pat @ 1-866-272-7533

FOR SALE

B/R set, antique pine, dresser/ mirror, chest of drawers, night stand, H/B w/bed frame w/ 8 drawers. Good condition. (518) 832-0920 Firewood. Ash/ Cherry. $250 seasoned mixed; Seasoned hardwood $235 full cord, green hardwood $200. (518) 222-6199 or (518) 654-2800.

GARAGE SALES

Moving sale. 8 Lady Slipper Ln. Lake Luzerne. 10am-4pm, Fri. Feb. 16, Sat. Feb. 17 & Sun. Feb. 18. Bedroom set, vinyl records, cassettes, upright freezer, collectibles, Avon steins, Valentine, Easter, Christmas, Halloween, tools, plumbing and heating supplies and more. Everything must go. Moving: 141 South Third Ave, Mechanicville. Sat & Sun, 2/17-18, 10-4. Hshold items, antiques, old books, records, furn., stamps, coins, new grill, new patio set & toys, snow blower.

• Pennysaver • Moneysaver • The Weekly •

THE

Advertiser

CLASSIFIEDS

ZONE 1 (42,500 Circ.) • Averill Park • W. Sand Lake • Sand Lake • Poestenkill

ZONE 2 (51,000 Circ.)

• Wynantskill • East Greenbush • Troy (N. Greenbush) • Troy/Brunswick (Selected Routes)

• Cropseyville

• Rensselaer • Nassau • E. Nassau • E. Schodack • Castleton

- SERVICE - BUSINESS - REAL ESTATE

$11.00

$9.00

- SERVICE - BUSINESS - REAL ESTATE

PERSONAL ADS

FOR 4 LINES Each Additional Line $2.00

• Ballston Spa • Round Lake • Wilton/Gansevoort • Saratoga Springs

• Corinth • Hadley • Porters Corners • Greenfield Center • Rock City Falls

• Lake Luzerne • Middle Grove • Stony Creek

ZONE 3 (52,000 Circ.)

• Loudonville

• Watervliet

• Waterford

• Stillwater

• Clifton Park • Halfmoon • Mechanicville • Latham

ZONE 4 (36,800 Circ.)

(Selected Addresses) (Selected Routes)

• Cohoes

• Scotia • Glenville • Ballston Lake • Ballston Spa

• Rexford • Burnt Hills • Round Lake • Charlton • Alplaus

ZONE 5 (36,200 Circ.)

• Watervliet

• Colonie (12205) • Delmar • Slingerlands • Latham

- SERVICE - BUSINESS - REAL ESTATE

PERSONAL ADS

$15.00

• Rock City Falls - SERVICE - BUSINESS

(Selected Routes)

• Loudonville

(Selected Addresses)

- REAL ESTATE

PERSONAL ADS

$24.00 $16.00 FOR 4 LINES • Each Additional Line $2.50

FOR 4 LINES Each Additional Line $2.00

$9.00 FOR 4 LINES Each Additional Line $2.00

PERSONAL ADS

$11.00

$9.00

- SERVICE - BUSINESS - REAL ESTATE

PERSONAL ADS

FOR 4 LINES Each Additional Line $2.00

$11.00 FOR 4 LINES Each Additional Line $2.00

BUY ANY 2 ZONES SERVICE / BUSINESS / REAL ESTATE ADS

$9.00

FOR 4 LINES Each Additional Line $2.00

(Selected Routes)

FOR 4 LINES Each Additional Line $2.00

$15.00 FOR 4 LINES Each Additional Line $2.00

(Selected Routes)

PERSONAL ADS

FOR 4 LINES Each Additional Line $2.00

$9.00 FOR 4 LINES Each Additional Line $2.00

BUY ALL 5 ZONES SERVICE / BUSINESS / REAL ESTATE ADS

PERSONAL ADS

$39.00 $28.00 FOR 4 LINES • Each Additional Line $3.00

EMAIL: classifieds@crwnewspapers.com ONLINE: www.crwnewspapers.com CALL: (518) 454-5502 or (518) 454-5503 FAX: (518) 454-5542 MAIL: Classified Dept., PO Box 1450, Clifton Park, NY 12065 ZONE 5 ADS - DEADLINE FRIDAY 3PM • ALL OTHER ZONES - DEADLINE MONDAY 4PM All ads are prepaid with no refund for cancellations, however a credit will be given to use for future ads

Reach Over 187,000 Homes In Saratoga, Rensselaer, Schenectady & Albany Co. ALL ADS APPEAR ON OUR WEBSITE WWW.CRWNEWSPAPERS.COM

SARATOGA Weekly - SWK

CARS/TRUCKS WANTED!!! All Makes/Models 2000-2015! Any Condition. Running or Not. Competitive Offer! Free Towing! We’re Nationwide! Call Now: 1-888-416-2330 AIRLINES ARE HIRING - Get FAA approved hands on Aviation training. Financial Aid for qualified students - Career placement assistance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance 888-686-1704 TRUCK DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW! Earn $1000 per week! Paid CDL Training! STEVENS TRANSPORT COVERS ALL COSTS! 1-877-209-1309 drive4stevens.com Over $10K in debt? Be debt free in 24-28 months. Pay nothing to enroll. Call National Debt Relief at 866-243-0510 DENTAL INSURANCE. Call Physicians Mutual Insurance Company for details. NOT just a discount plan. REAL coverage for 350 procedures. 888-623-3036 or http:// www.dental50plus.com/58 Ad#6118

OXYGEN - Anytime. Anywhere. No tanks to refill. No deliveries. The All-New Inogen One G4 is only 2.8 pounds! FAA approved! FREE info kit: 844-558-7482

NEW AUTHORS WANTED! Page Publishing will help you self-publish your own book. FREE author submission kit! Limited offer! Why wait? Call now: 866-951-7214

Were you an INDUSTRIAL or CONSTRUCTION TRADESMAN INVENTORS - FREE INFORMATION and recently diagnosed with LUNG PACKAGE Have your product idea CANCER? You and your family may developed affordably by the Research be entitled to a SIGNIFICANT CASH AWARD. Call 877-648-6308 for your & Development pros and presented to manufacturers. Call 1-888-501-0236 risk free consultation. for a Free Idea Starter Guide. Submit LIVING WITH KNEE OR BACK your idea for a free consultation. PAIN? Medicare recipients that suffer with pain may qualify for a low or no SAVE YOUR HOME! Are you behind cost knee or back brace. paying your MORTGAGE? Denied Call 844-308-4307 a Loan Modification? Is the bank CASH FOR CARS: threatening foreclosure? CALL We Buy Any Condition Vehicle, Homeowner’s Relief Line now for 2000 and Newer. Nation’s Top Car Help! 855-794-7358 Buyer! Free Towing From Anywhere! Call Now: 1-800-864-5960 SUPPORT our service members, DISH TV $59.99 For 190 Channels veterans and their families in their + $14.95 High Speed Internet. time of need. For more information Free Installation, Smart HD DVR visit the Fisher House website at Included, Free Voice Remote. Some www.fisherhouse.org restrictions apply 1-800-718-1593

MISCELLANEOUS

MISCELLANEOUS

IF ADVERTISING IN ONE PAPER IS SMART, then advertising in hundreds of them is pure genius! Fo it with just one phone call! Reach nearly 3 million consumers statewide in print -- plus more online -- quickly and inexpensively! Zoned ads start at $229 for a 25-word ad. Visit us at AdNetworkNY.com or call 1-877-275-2726

Arctic Blast Party! Sat. Feb. 17. Pig roast and full buffet $16. Tavern 16 in Stony Creek. Arctic bar and bonfire. More info call (518)696-5949.

FDA-Registered Hearing Aids. 100% Risk-Free! 45-Day Home Trial. Comfort Fit. Crisp Clear Sound. If you decide to keep it, PAY ONLY $299 per aid. FREE Shipping. Call Hearing Help Express 1-844-730-5923

Page 11

BEGINNER Poultry Class: Learn about caring for backyard chickens in small flocks on Thurs. 3/1 6-9 pm. Hosted by Cornell Coop Ext-Saratoga Cnty., 50 West High St. B Spa. Featuring Richard Kennedy from Nutrena. To register, call (518) 885-8995. Cost $5.

MISCELLANEOUS

AIRLINES ARE HIRING Get FAA approved hands on Aviation training. Financial aid for qualified students Career placement assistance. CALL Aviation Institute ofMaintenance 1-866-296-7094 Over $10K debt? Be debt free in 24-48 months. Pay a fraction of what you owe. A+ BBB rated. Call National Debt Relief 1-855-403-3654 HERO MILES- to find out more about how you can help our service members, veterans, and their families in their time of need, visit the Fisher House website at www.fisherhouse.org

Saratoga Springs Recreation Dept. 2018 Intro To Ice Skating Registration

SARATOGA SPRINGS - Discover the exciting world of ice skating with us! A strong foundation in skating can produce a lifetime of pleasure on the ice. Sign up at the Saratoga Springs Recreation Center at 15 Vanderbilt Avenue Monday–Friday 9am-8pm, Saturday 9am-7pm, or Sunday 12-6pm. For additional information or to download forms go to SaratogaRec.com. Contact the Recreation Department at (518) 587-3550 x2300 or email recreservations@saratoga-springs.org with questions.

Saratoga Automobile Museum Bus Trip NY International Auto Show

CAPITAL DISTRICT - Monday, April 2, 2018. Please join us on our yearly pilgrimage to the NY International Auto Show. This is our 4th year making the journey to the worlds most amazing automotive event. The bus will depart the Museum parking lot promptly at 7AM and will return around 10PM depending on traffic. THIS EVENT SELLS OUT SO GET YOUR TICKETS EARLY! Members $75; Non-Members $85. Not a member yet but would like to become one? Contact Melissa at melissa.murphy@saratogaautomuseum.org 110 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs. 518-587-1935.


Page 12

AIR CONDITION AND HEATING SERVICE or new installations. Best prices. Best efficiencies. Gas fire-rebates. Call Mike O’Brien (518) 365-6624 anytime.

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES CLASSIFIEDS

SARATOGA Weekly - SWK

FIREWOOD- CHERRY Seas. face cord del. $145. Call for more info. Wide delivery area. (518) 664-6720.

BRADS FINISHING TOUCH Painting & papering, awesome interiors w/ 30 yrs experience. Call (518) 364-6091. Text (518) 879-2885.

FIREWOODFREE DELIVERY Hardwood, prof. serv. We have custom sizes to fit your needs. Inc. boiler wood. We also sell log lengths & camp firewood. (518) 530-2628

CASH FOR ANTIQUES Old Paintings, Jewelry, Hunting & Fishing Equip & Glassware. (518) 424-4626

FIREWOOD/ CAMP WOOD Exit 15N.com Lou “The Wood Guy” Rt. 50, Wilton. 24/7

CASH FOR JUNK CARS $100-$500. Free pick-up. (518) 365-3368 CHEAPER than Dumpsters Old Appliances And Furniture REMOVED FROM YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS. Small or Large jobs. CLEANOUTS. Call Bill the Junkman at (518) 664-7488. Credit Cards Accepted.

FLOORS SIGNATURE HARWOOD FLOORS CORP. Install, repair, stain & sanding. Call for free est. 1-888-544-7262

CLEANING In need of cleaning? I do it all, big or small! (518) 708-5837.

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

CONSTRUCTION Kyle’s Konstruction. Design, build, and deliver high quality, cost effective construction projects. (518)847-5844.

GARAGE DOOR GARY Garage doors, electric openers, service. Garage door openers make great gifts! Call for free estimate. 399-6102.

DIVORCE Uncontested Divorce papers prepared $349 274-0380

GENERAL CONTRACTING Additions, interior remodeling, kitchens, baths; flooring, siding. Flipping houses. Free estimates. (518) 378-6298

ELECTRICIAN Lammon Electric. Fully lic. & ins. 30yrs exp., res./comm. Panel upgrades. 274-5100 ELECTRICIAN DavesElectricService.com All Phase Electric. Free estimate. Fully insured. (518) 583-0441 EVICTION SQUAD OF NY No rent, Undesirables, Squatters. “Let us handle it.” (518) 701-1543 24/7.

FERRARO HOME Improvements & Additions Remodeling, carpentry, basements, kit., baths, decks. No job too small. Don Ferraro (518) 882-9521 FIREWOOD Cut, split, and delivered. $150/ full cord. Call (518) 696-6029. FIREWOOD TOM has 200 full cord seas. wood. Stored inside. Also locust posts, poles, authentic split rail , locust lumber, any dimension. (518) 883-8284.

HEATING SYSTEMS AND AIR CONDITIONING Highest quality work. Competitive prices, high efficiency. North Country (518) 369-4960 NEED HOME IMPROVEMENT? Services from facelifts to remodels, also custom design cabinets, built-ins, and storage solutions to fit your exact space and needs. Handyman services, painting, tile work, flooring, moldings, drywall repair. Insured. BK’s Custom Services (518) 581-5900 HOUSE CLEANING 50% off first cleaning. Great service! Honest & Trustworthy! Great ref’s! 20 yrs. exp.! Contact Victoria (518) 590-3135 In foreclosure?walking away? Get cash for your house now! Abandoned House Preservation Network. (518) 226-9874

February 15, 2018

INTERIOR PAINTING Wallpaper removal, snow plowing. Quality work. Free est’s. 20 yrs. exp. We accept all major credit cards. J & L Services. (518) 899-2097. JOBS TOO SMALL? Can’t get the right price? We do siding, painting, kitchen, baths, basements, roofing, & more! Call Bob @ 275-7731. 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. 518-944-3672 Mike’s Home Improvements Interior/ exterior, all phases of home maint. & repair. Yes, we do that! (518) 480-5841. PIANO TUNING Winter Special! All models $99. Free est. on repairs. 25 yrs. experience. References. (518) 207-6779 lve. mssg. PROFESSIONAL PAINTER Interior/ exterior. 25 years experience. Insured, references. Free est’s. (518) 373-7982. SANDING OF DRIVEWAYS Salted sand, will come to your house and sand your driveway. (518) 696-2708 SARATOGA HYBRID TAXI Now serving Corinth, Lake Luzerne, etc. Local cash and medical rides, 24 hrs. Low rates. (518) 926-9370. SEAMLESS GUTTERS The Gutter Guy. Cleaning and repair also avail. Fully ins. 25 yrs. exp. (518) 339-3231 TEARNO PAINTING Int/Ext Painting, decks, wallpaper removal. Quality work affordable price! Ins., free est’s. Call Bill (518) 560-9806 TOM MULLAN TREE & STUMP REMOVAL We specialize in large tree removal. Ins. Free estimates. (518) 584-7259 or 598-3791 tommullantreeservice.com TREE, SHRUB, STUMP SRV Bucket, crane, chipper, stump removal, small jobs to mega. (518) 944-3672 Unseasoned Firewood 7 (+/-) cord load, cut, split & delivered. $1190. Call for area discount. Smaller loads available. 692-2109

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 (518) 365-6624 any time!

Did You Know? Latest Updates on Alzheimer’s

SARATOGA SPRINGS - (Sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association). Mon. Feb. 26th: 1:00pm. “Healthy Habits for a Healthier You” Shannon Lawler, of the Alzheimer’s Association, will be discussing the health of the brain and how to use current research on diet, nutrition, exercise, and cognitive activity and social engagement as hands-on tools for healthy aging. 5 Williams St., Saratoga Springs, (518) 584-1621.

REAL ESTATE EMPLOYMENT AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES CLASSIFIEDS

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE

JUST REPO’D 10 acres $19,900 Fields, woods, stream! Country setting in upstate NY. Call 888-650-8166 LAND INVESTMENT 20 acres - $39,900 60% below market! Huge pond site, stream, woods, twn rd, beautiful bldg sites! 888-701-1864 NewYorkLandandLakes.com

VACATION HOME, CAMP OR LAND FOR SALE OR RENT? Advertise with us! We connect you with nearly 3-million consumers (plus more on-line!) with a statewide classified ad. Advertise you property for just $489 for a 25-word ad, zoned ads start at $229. Visit AdNetworkNY.com or call 1-877-275-2726.

HOMES FOR SALE

Best acre on Mohawk River, 3 BR/2 BR duplex, extra bldg lot, nice views, private & quiet, granite kit, oak floors, solarium, wood stove, gazebo, boat, docks. Like new cond. $539,950. Available 6/30/18. (518) 764-9453. Senior community, 2 BR, 2 bath remodeled condo in Sunrise Florida. Beautiful lake view, many amenities including golf, pools, clubhouse; under $500/ month. Asking $85,500. (518) 265-3057.

REAL ESTATE WANTED

I Buy Houses! CASH!!! Any Price, Area or Condition. FAST FAIR OFFERS! (518) 441-6376

APARTMENTS FOR RENT

APARTMENTS FOR RENT

ADULT COMMUNITY Minimum 55 years old. Mohican Hill Apts. Ballston Spa. Spacious 1 BR walk-in closets, storage, $735.Washer, dryer, hookups. Low heat costs. No pets 885-4232

For rent: Corinth. 1 BR, spacious, utilities included. No pets, no smoking. $775/mo. Call (518) 742-0469.

Clifton Pk. Apt. Complex: 2 BR $1050. 2 bath, marble FP, central air, gas heat, W/D hook-ups, many extras. Great location Call (518) 280-1572. Corinth upstairs 2 BR apt. $925/ mo. Heat and lights included. No pets/ smokers. Call (518) 742-0469.

Corinth Vllg: Lrg., Sunny 2 BR,Renovated kitchen & bath, porch, yard. $875/mo., incl. heat & hot water, Sect. 8 OK. NS/NP (518) 654-2048

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, Nassua 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 Luzerne mobile home, 2 BR, 1 ba. $750/ mo. + security. No pets. (518) 466-7474. Luzerne: One room. All included. $600/mo. No security. HUD friendly (518) 696-3300

LET US HELP YOU SELL YOUR HOME!

11 Papers • Reach Over 187,000 Homes

Place Your

Real Estate

Classified Ads With Us! CALL 454-5502 or 454-5503 (Fax 454-5542)

Email: classifieds@crwnewspapers.com • Deadline Monday 4pm


w w w . s a r a t o g a w e e k l y. c o m

REAL ESTATE EMPLOYMENT AUTOMOTIVEJOB FAIR SERVICES CLASSIFIEDS

Excellent Healthcare Benefits (CDPHP) & Work Close to Home in your own Community! Pay rates from $10.65 - $15/hour! Direct Support Professional & Management Positions in community & group home settings Full-Time, Part-Time & Staff Relief Shifts (daytime, evening, awake-overnight, weekend)

HHA/PCA Opportunities in our Home Care agency. APPLY ONLINE @ www.LivingResourcesJobs.org Valid NYS Driver’s license preferred

RN NURSING JOBS available in your vicinity. Hospitals, psych, dtox, correction centers & more. Great Pay and Benefits. 1-866-387-8100 #202. White Glove Placement email: recruit@whiteglovecare.net DCA# 1068435 F/T & P/T Service Technician positions available. current clean drivers license. Individual must have tools, and exp. with plumbing and electrical connections as well as proficient with a volt meter. Compensation includes hourly pay and comm. Includes. installation work that may require lifting. Resume and references. Call for appointment. (518) 283-8302.

February 15, 2018

Caregivers needed: CNA, HHA, LPN, PCA’s. Paid training & cert’s for PCA. Jobs caring for people in their homes. Call Home Helpers at 584-5885. $100 sign on bonus for persons already having PCA or HHA ceritificate. Live in Caregiver needed for partially disabled elderly woman in her home. (518) 598-8875.

www.conceptsofhealthcare.com

Seamstress/ Tailor. F/T P/T Flexible hours. Looking for qualified person for busy upscale store. Base pay, plus commission. Paid vacation and holidays. Money making opportunity, pleasant working conditions. Contact John or Mike at (518) 587-3047. Saratoga Cleaners.

Housekeeping/ kitchen help. P/T weekends. Lamplight Inn B & B, Lake Luzerne. (518) 696-5294.

Full time workers in the construction field needed. No experience necessary, benefits package, competitive wages and NYS approved apprenticeship program. Valid drivers license and vehicle a must. Drug free workplace. Equal opportunity employer. We strongly encourage woman, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans to apply. Call (518) 766-9360 between 12-4 pm.

Home Health Care Aides: Would you like to earn in excess of $250-$800/wk working 2-5days? Then contact Concepts of Health care at 518-885-2020 for immediate certified live-in aide position.

SARATOGA Weekly - SWK

ON SITE

AT ACE HARDWARE

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2018 10:00AM - 4:00PM

Do you want to work at a place that offers you a great benefits package at 90 days rather than a seasonal job with an unknown future? We offer an excellent benefits package that includes a 401k with company match, paid time off, medical, dental and vision after 90 days and many other great perks including Employee Discount Program. We are currently offering 1st and 3rd shift positions for the Full Case Order Fill Department with a “pay-for-performance” incentive plan on top of wages of $13.50/hour for 1st shift and $14.50/hour for 3rd shift. Full Case Order Fill entails filling full case orders into storage bins for delivery to our retailers. ACE HARDWARE WILTON RSC 55 NORTHERN PINES RD. • GANSEVOORT, NY 12831 518-580-9870

Place Your Employment Classified Ads With Us! Get Good Local Candidates To Respond Immediately! Albany Marriott, 189 Wolf Rd., Albany NY

2PM - 6PM

For exhibitor information contact your Times Union representative or Marcy Rollis at mrollis@timesunion.com or 518-454-5550

Reach Over 187,000 Homes with 11 Papers

CALL 454-5502 or 454-5503 (Fax 454-5542)

Email: classifieds@crwnewspapers.com • Deadline Monday 4pm

C R W N E W S PA P E R S . C O M

You’re just one brief moment away …

FEBRUARY 20, 2018

Page 13


EMPLOYMENT AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES CLASSIFIEDS

SARATOGA Weekly - SWK

Page 14

57 Years In Business

February 15, 2018

Full Service Repair Shop

FEBRUARY SPECIALS

2015 TOYOTA TACOMA SR5* 2015 HONDA ACCORD SPORT* 4 DR, CREW CAB, V6, AUTO, AIR, LOADED, ALLOY WHEELS, LONG BOX, 4WD, 28K MI.

2015 JEEP WRANGLER*

UNLIMITED, SPORT, 4 DR, V6, AUTO, AIR, LOADED, ALLOYS, HARD & SOFT TOPS, 4WD, 31K MI.

2014 CHEVY CRUZE LS* 4 DR, 4 CYL, AUTO, AIR, LOADED, 30K MI.

2015 HONDA CIVIC SE

4 DR, 4 CYL, AUTO, AIR, LOADED, ALLOYS, 31K MI.

2015 HYUNDAI ELANTRA SPORT* 4 DR, 4 CYL, AUTO, AIR, LOADED, LEATHER, P ROOF, ALLOYS, NAV, 18K MI.

4 DR, 4 CYL AUTO, AIR, LOADED, ALLOYS, 29K MI.

2015 JEEP CHEROKEE LATTITUDE*

4 CYL, AUTO, AIR, LOADED, ALLOYS, 4WD, 33K MI.

2005 TOYOTA MATRIX XR 4 CYL, AUTO, AIR, LOADED, P ROOF, ALLOYS, 4WD, 53K

Still, even with the wealth of information available, some people still may be unsure about what owning an EV entails and how to make informed decisions when shopping for such vehicles. Going electric means thinking beyond the gas station. Here’s how to navigate the ins and outs of EVs.

• Affordability: Consumers can expect to pay more for electric and hybrid vehicles than gas-powered vehicles. But as demand increases, costs may drop. According to a report from USA Today, estimates point to EVs as being as affordable as gas vehicles by 2021. Another consideration is there may be tax incentives for purchasing an EV. Speak with a tax professional to see if this is applicable.

518-584-7131

Thankfully, engine troubles are often noticeable long before cars break down. Drivers who learn to recognize the signs that suggest engines might be in need of work can avoid being stranded on the road or at home. • Vehicle shaking: One telltale sign of engine trouble is when a vehicle shakes while it’s moving. Drivers of old cars and trucks may not expect the smoothest of rides, but cars that shake, sometimes violently, could be experiencing problems. Sometimes a car might shake if its spark plugs need replacing. That’s an easy, inexpensive fix that drivers can do on their own in a matter of minutes. A more serious cause of the vehicle shaking could be problems with its timing belt or fuel intake system. Drivers who inspect and/or replace their spark plugs but notice their vehicles are still shaking should take their cars into their mechanics immediately. • Sudden gas mileage reduction: Drivers who notice they’re not getting as much bang for their gas bucks as they used to might have engine troubles to blame. According to Pep Boys, a dropoff in gas mileage might be indicative of an issue in the compression stroke of the engine. Such an issue can typically be fixed by having the fuel system serviced, which will clean the fuel system and can help restore the vehicle’s performance and reduce emissions. • Noises: If driving has become as noisy as a rock concert, drivers should take heed that this could be indicative of engine trouble. Pep Boys notes CASH FOR CARS that noises typically indicate abnormalities in the combusAND TRUCKS tion flow. Such noises may include knocking, hissing and We buy junk/unwanted popping. Vehicles making these noises should be taken to a cars and trucks. mechanic immediately. 00 Up to $500. Plus.

Please call R.C.’s 518-683-9285 Free Towing • Open 24/7

Electric or hybrid vehicles HIGHEST $ CASH $ PAID can be smart additions to FOR YOUR JUNK VEHICLE Professional • Reliable • Insured eco-friendly lifestyles. Aljalopyjoes@twc.com (518) 221-9157 though such cars were once Joe Bodner, Prop. • Hemstreet Park • Mechanicville, NY 12118 science fiction, EVs are now increasingly more common and traversing roadways around the world. Thanks to several mainstream brands offering EVs and hybrid models, consumers are more informed than ever before about the benefits of a plugged-in ride.

We Buy Used Cars & Trucks

Engine troubles are many drivers’ worst nightmares. Whether they occur out on the road or they prevent drivers from leaving their driveways in the morning, engine troubles can quickly derail plans and cost drivers substantial amounts of money.

*(Market Price)

• Type of vehicle: First consider that not all EVs are the same. Hybrid vehicles use a mix of gasoline and electricity and tend to have long fuel ranges. All-electric cars will only use electricity that is gained through charging the vehicle for a certain period of time.

4 CYL, AUTO, AIR, LOADED, P ROOF, ALLOYS, AWD, 82K MI.

Some Telltale Signs Of Engine Troubles

No title. No problem. Prompt, Courteous and Professional for a change of pace.

RECYCLING

2009 SUBARU FORESTER XT

BANK FINANCING • LOW RATES *1 Owner 590 Maple Ave. (Rt. 9) • Saratoga www.LantsAutoSales.com

A Beginner’s Guide To Electric Cars

• Stalling: Vehicles that jerk or stall also may be experiencing engine troubles. While old spark plugs might be the culprit, stalling or jerking may indicate clogged fuel lines or fuel filters. Such issues may also be traced to issues with the vehicle’s computer system. Bring such issues to the attention of a mechanic, and reduce their frequency with regular oil changes.

• Environmental savings: Electric cars produce no emissions from the tailpipe and reduce dependency on oil-based fuels. Furthermore, EVs will not need oil changes or emissions checks that traditional cars require, further saving resources. The resource Plug in Cars says that EVs can also save on fuel costs, ranging at 2 cents per mile traveled, compared to 12 cents for gas-fueled vehicles. • Fill-ups: EVs can be charged at home using personal charging kits or at charging stations in the neighborhood. Charge times will depend on the size of the vehicle and its battery. According to TheChargingPoint.com, an EV resource, the typical time for an all-electric car using a standard UK home wall socket is between 6 and 8 hours. Some new EVs can be charged in 30 minutes to an hour at rapid charging points. • Solar + EVs = savings: Consumer Reports advises that, when EVs are combined with home solar systems, “fuel” costs can be completely eliminated. That financial gain can be a big motivator for some consumers. • Short trips: Individuals who travel 80 miles or less per day may find pure electric vehicles advantageous. Those who have to go further should consider hybrids that offer greater range. However, Tesla, Chevy and Nissan EVs have recently moved beyond the 200-mile range before requiring a charge. • Charging stations: A report from University of Michigan researchers using data from the Department of Energy suggests that there are now roughly 16,000 public electric vehicle charging stations with about 43,000 connectors in the United States. ChargeHub, with information from the Canadian Automobile Association, states there are a total of 6,473 EV chargers across Canada. Electric and hybrid vehicles could be the wave of the future as more peoembrace the convenience these cars offer.

CARS & TRUCKS WANTED FOR ple CRUSHER Also Buying Tin, Steel & Non-Ferrous

(We Pay NET Ton 2000# NOT GROSS Ton 2240#) Mon.-Fri. 8am-3:30pm

JOHNSON’S AUTO CRUSHERS 81 Ballard Road • Wilton

518-584-8110

HIGHEST CASH PAID for

Junk Cars No Title-No Problem Call Jerry

518-321-5457


w w w . s a r a t o g a w e e k l y. c o m

SARATOGA Weekly - SWK

February 15, 2018

Goldstein Mitsubishi

Now In Latham!

You Get

Brand New 2018 Mitsubishi

MORE

Mitsubishi Superstore

At The

#M8O9, MSRP $26,425

Outlander PHEV Mirage ES Partial Hybrid Electric Vehicle!

Just Arrived! - All Wheel Control (4x4) - 7 Passenger Seating

- Backup Camera - Keyless Entry

4,000 EVERYONE’S PRICE: $22,425

$

Brand New 2018 Mitsubishi

All New 2018 Mitsubishi

Outlander ES

*

Off MSRP!

Page 15

$

Everyone’s

12,395 *

0 169

This Is NOT a LEASE! You Own It!!!

Twin Electric Motor!

4 In Stock!

$

*

$

- Plug In Hybrid! - Charges In 25 Minutes! - Instant Torque! - All Wheel Control (4x4)

#M8M6, MSRP $14,385

CASH DOWN PAYMENT!

*

*

Per Month 84 Month Purchase

Plus tax, title & dmv fees. Retail purchase only, financing thru Ally Financial, minimum FICO Score of 720 to qualify.

HOT DEALS ON ALL NEW 2017’S!

2017 Mitsubishi

Outlander Sport ES’

11

Outlander Sports In Stock! All Models!

Or Choose To... Save Up To:

**

0

%

Outlanders

Special APR Financing!

10

Outlanders In Stock! All Models!

Up To 84 Months **

0 00 ,00 50 5

$

2017 Mitsubishi

*

Off MSRP on select 2017 Mitsubishi’s In Stock!

MSRP $24,490, Everyone’s Price $19,490. Plus tax, title * #M7O80, & dmv fees. Retail purchase only, excludes leased vehicles.

2017 Outlander Sport ES’ & 2017 Outlander ES’. Special APR Financing in lieu of rebates & incentives; financing thru Ally Bank. Must qualify for “S” Tier Level with 720 FICO Score or greater. Offers expire 2/28/18

No One Beats Our Warranty!

LIFETIME

LIFETIME* s u l P Warranty And Car Washes *

Limited Powertrain

INCLUDED AT NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE!

*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 2/28/18

GoldsteinMitsubishi.com

021518-9.75x10-Mitsubishi-NEW-Penny.indd 1

613 New Loudon Rd., Latham (518) 690-2500 Nosotros hablamos español Open Sundays 10am-4pm 2/12/18 7:55 AM


SARATOGA Weekly - SWK

Page 16

February 15, 2018

5YEAR/60,000 MILES

P O W E R T R A I N WA R R A N T Y

YOUR #1

COME SEE WHY Come see why EVERYONE IS everyone is TALKING ABOUT HOW talking about how

Dealer in Customer Satisfaction

“EASY IT IS TO "easy it isDO to BUSINESS HERE.” do business NEW 2018 FIAT here."

NEW 2018 GRAND CARAVAN SE

SPIDER LUSSO New

$

29,999

0%

w/ V6 Engine, New 2016 Loaded CHrySLer Park View Back-Up Camera, 200 S Awd

NOW ONLY

$

21,999

60 Command w/Bluetooth, mos.

Sirius Radio and Much More!

OR

Stk#16038, Loaded w/leather, Display, Keyless AWD sport suspension, Entry/Immobilizer 18” Carbon wheels, andsatin Much More! Power seat, NOW MSRP $27 ,090 5.0 Uconnect Voice command 36 w/bluetooth, sirius mos. radio and much more! MSRP $30,755

0%

$

MSRP $28,380 NEW 2018 NEW NOW 2018 JEEP COMPASS ONLY NOWDODGE ONLY DURANGO SXT PLUS AWD SPORT 4X4 $ $ Stk#18183, Stk#18040, Or Loaded w/ Loaded w/ 3rd Row Remote Keyless Entry,

NOW ONLY

33,999

259

$

$

19,899

0%

17,999

28,899

OR LEASE FOR

$

33,999

24,999

OR LEASE FOR

NOW ONLY

$

much more!

38,999

Ventilated and Heated Front Seats, Back-up 36Park Camera w/Rear mos. Assist, Performance Tires, Dual Exhaust and much more! MSRP $37,575

0%

OR

30,999

219

Stk#18111, FOr

229

Stk#18142, Loaded w/Aluminum Wheels, Park View New 2017 dodge Back-Up Camera, RemoteAwd Keyless Entry, durANgo SXt Sirius Radio, Tilt, Cruise Stk#17041, Loaded w/3rd Row 7 Passenger Seating, Second Row More! and Much Automatic, Hard Top, 60/40 Fold and Tumble Seat, MSRP $38,485 17” aluminum Wheels, NOW ONLY Power Seat, Remote

289

$

Power Windows, Locks, 48 Mirrors, Remote mos.Keyless Entry, Sirius Radio, Connectivity Group and much more! MSRP $34,355

31,999

279

$

29,999

42

FOr

OR LEASE FOR

159

$

Keyless N Go, 245.0 Uconnect mos. touchscreen Display, 3 Zone A/C and Much More! MSRP $36,585

NEW 2018 DODGE

NOW JOURNEY ONLY SE Or

32,999

$

279

$

36

$

32,999

169

$

$

19,990

0%

much more! and Much More! MSRP $27,335 *Prices include all available rebates. You may qualifyMSRP for additional rebates & incentives. Must finance through Chrysler Capital. **Leases MSRP $30,285 $29,590

Rts. 9 & 28,NOW Warrensburg, NY 12885 ONLY Just 4 miles off$Exit 23 where Rt. 9 and Rt.Or 28 Connect $

25,499

0%

Lease w/ mos. mos. FOr Stk#18246, Loaded FOr Loaded w/Perforated Third Row Seat, Remote Heated Leather Seats, Keyless Entry, Dual Zone New 2017 Jeep pArtirot 4X4 ALL New 2017 Back-Up CHrySLer Camera, A/C, Speed Control, Premium Auto w/8.4” Sunscreen Glass and 75tH ANNiverSAry editioN pACiFiCA LX Display, Remote Start, Much Morel Stk#17057, Loaded w/17” Stk#17111, loaded Power Passenger Seat Aluminum Wheels, Sunscreen MSRP $23,590 w/ Power Sunroof, More!Power Glass, and StowMuch N Go Seats, 17” Bronze Aluminum Driver$37 Seat, Back Up MSRP ,680 NOW ONLY NOW ONLY Keyless Entry, Aluminum Wheels, Remote Start, Camera, Uconnect 5.0 OR Wheels,5.0 Touchscreen Automatic, Keyless36 Entry, 36 Touchscreen 27Display, LEASE ORPower windows and Display, lntegrated Voice much mos. mos. Voicemos. Command FOR Command w/Biuetooth and more! w/Bluetooth

239

$

32 Gallon Tank, 36 Remote Keyless Entry, Sirius mos. Radio and much more! MSRP $43,135

Loaded w/ 6.4 Heavy Duty Hemi, Back-up New 2016 Camera dodge w/ Rear Park Assist, Snow Chief Pkg., CHArger SXt Awd pLuS Uconnect w/5” Display, Chrome Appearance Stk#16542, Loaded w/ Group and Much More! Uconnect 8.4 Navigation, MSRP $45,315 Leather, Sunroof,

Loaded w/Automatic, 3 Pc Hardtop, 24 S Pkg., 2016 Jeep wrANgLer Connectivity Group Power Convenience Sport 4X4Group, wAgoN 4wd Sirius Radio and Much More!Loaded Stk#16521, w/24 S Package, MSRP $33,590

31,735

Loaded w/V6 Engine, Parkview Rear BackUp Camera, Uconnect New 2017 CHerokee w/8.4” Display, Navigation4X4 Capable, LAtitude Power Seat, 17” Aluminum Wheels and Stk#17122, loaded w/ V6 Much More! Engine, Back up Camera, MSRP $30,635

$

mos. Aluminum Wheels and

NEW 2018 CHRYSLER PACIFICA TOURING L Or $ Lease $ Stk#18063,

NEW 2018 JEEP CHEROKEE NOW ONLY 4X4 LATITUDE PLUS Stk#18130, $

NOW ONLY

22,999

NOW ONLY Liftgate, 18” Bronze Low OR Gloss Wheels, Heated 36 LEASE seats & mos. Steering Wheel, FOR Remote Start, Back up Camera, Navigation Capable and much more!l MSRP $39,860 NOW ONLY

249

$

0%

Sunroof, Remote Start, 60

279

$

NEW 2018 RAM NEW 2018 WRANGLER MSRP $28,260 NOW CAB ONLY EXPRESS 4X4 NOW ONLY QUAD SPORT 4X4 Or Or $ 84 36 $ 48 Lease $ Lease $ mos. mos. mos.

Loaded w/Parkview Rear Back-Up Camera, Parksense Rear Park NewAssist, Jeep grANd Keyless Enter n Go, 17” Aluminum Wheels,tH CHerokee 4X4 75 Apple Car Play & Google Android Auto Play Capable ANNiverSAry editioN and Much More! Stk#16249, Loaded MSRP $33,990 w/ Pwr. Sunroof & Seat &

NOW ONLY

OR

and Much More! MSRP $21,580

NEW 2018 JEEP GRAND NOW ONLY CHEROKEE LAREDO 4X4 $ Stk#18307, Or

$

& Steering Wheel, Power

OR LEASE FOR

31 999

84 mos.

A/C, Tilt, Cruise andLoaded Stk#16549, Much Morel w/ Automatic, Heated Seats MSRP $23,590

ONLY

Blind Spot and Cross Path Detection, Sirius Stk#16108, Loaded w/ Radio5.7 w/Travel Link and Hemi, 20” Chrome More Wheels, Much Dual Exhaust, Anti Spin, Hitch, MSRP $37,270

NEW NOW ONLY2018 RAM 2500 CREW CAB 4X4 36 $ mos. , Or Stk#18085,

Camera, Uconnect 3 New 2016 Jeep w/5” Display, Bluetooth reNegAde LAtitude 4X4 Streaming Audio,

Entry, Apple Car Play Stk#16532, Loaded w/17” & Google Android Auto Polished Aluminum Wheels, Capable and Much More! Touring Suspension, NOW MSRP $37,185 Automatic, Sirius OR 36 Radio, Full Power, LEASE mos. A/C, Cruise Control FOR

ONLY

32,999

Park View Back-Up

Radio, New 2016 Sirius dodge Rear Park Assist w/ Stop, 18” Painted Aluminum dArt Sport Wheels, Remote Keyless

$

0%

22,999

23,999

Seating, Power Seat,

Navigation, 8.4” Screen, New 2016 rAm 1500 Sunroof, Heated Seats, 19” Wheels,4X4 300 HP, Crew CAb eXpreSS

6.5” Touchscreen

Remote Start, Uconnect Voice

OR

Stk#18015, Loaded w/

Stk #18250,

Stk #18116, Loaded w/ Heated Leather Seats, 2016 CompASS Navigation & SoundHigH Group, Visibility Group, ALtitude 4X4 Comfort & Convenience Group, Touring Suspension Stk#16561, Loaded w/ Sunroof, and Much Leather,More! Heated Seats, Power MSRPSeat, $32,970 17”Aluminum Wheels,

NOW ONLY

NEW 2018 DODGE CHARGER GT AWD

269

(518) 623-3405 Lease FOr

NOW ONLY through Chrysler CapitalONLY include all available rebates and are based on 10,000NOW miles a year with $2999 cash down; 1st payment, taxes and Or Or DMV fees due at inception; security depositLease waived for well-qualified42 buyers; disposition fee $395; 25¢ a mileLease overage. $ $ 36 $ $Lessee is responsible 36 mos. formos. Maintenance and repairs. Pictures for illustration purposes only.mos. Pacifica lease is for 5,000 miles a year. Offer ends 2/16/18. FOr FOr

26,999

299

21,999

199

www.krystalchryslerjeepdodge.net 1/13/2017.

Saratoga Weekly 021518  
Saratoga Weekly 021518  
Advertisement