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This Week’s Community Events more inside… Super 2-Day Thrift Sale SCOTIA – First Baptist Church of Scotia, 132 Mohawk Ave., will hold a Super 2-Day Thrift Sale on Friday & Saturday, October 14 & 15, 9am-3pm. Bag Sale at 2pm on Saturday. Two rooms full of clothing (all sizes), jewelry, books, movies, toys, shoes, baked goods, pictures/frames, gadgets, linens, and much more! Halloween and Christmas items too! (P)

Festa Italiano Night GLENVILLE – The Glenville Senior Center located at 32 Worden Road in Glenville, will host Festa Italiano Night on Saturday, October 15, 4-7pm. Event will feature a full Italian Buffet catered by Roman Villa. Entertainment by DJ Brian Zapel. 50/50 Raffle (winner splits with Center). Cost: $11 in advance; $12 at the door. The public is invited. For additional information, please call the Center at 374-0734. (P)

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BURNT HILLS – Come and participate in thoughtful worship services and fellowship times at Burnt Hills United Methodist Church, 816 Route 50. Adult classes that cover a variety of religious subjects impacting our everyday lives are held at the 9am and 10:30am services. Sunday School classes for ages 2 yrs. thru senior high youth are held during the 10:30 service. Childcare for infants and children up to 2 yrs. is available during both the 9am and 10:30am services. Coffee and refreshments are provided following each service offering a chance to meet with your neighbors, friends, and church leaders. For more information, call our church office at 399-5144 or visit our website at (P)

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GLENVILLE – Wanted: A lot of good men & women who have served our country in combat, hostile fire and imminent danger duty. All current members of the Armed Forces and Veterans of combat related military service are invited to join our Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4660 (MayfairGlenville). Qualifying dates of military service are stated in your DD214 (separation document). In the absence of the DD214, Hostile Fire or Imminent Danger Pay can be established through your pay records. If you choose to join us, the Post will pay for your first year’s dues! We meet at the East Glenville Firehouse at 7pm on the 2nd Tuesday of each month. For more information, please contact Larry Zeglen at 399-7559 or Bob Bishop 399-9249. Visit our website at (A)

Help Your Neighbor in Need SO. SARATOGA COUNTY – Shirley has hardly been out of her home for 6 years because her husband has Parkinson’s and cannot be left alone. She is his sole caregiver and it is important to her that Jim remains in familiar surroundings. She needs someone from the Care Links program to come by and visit with him. Can you give a few hours a week to help her get to the store and the library? Please call the Care Links Program if you are willing to give a little of your time giving back to others who are needy, 399-3262. (A)

2012 Entertainment Books SCOTIA – The St. Vincent DePaul Society, a charitable organization who gives temporary help to people in need, are selling 2012 Entertainment Books. You can get yours by calling Joe at 399-5395, Carm at 399-8761 or Marion at 399-3043. A great value at only $30! We thank you for your support in helping us to help others!! (A)





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Pasta Dinner SCHENECTADY – St. Anthony’s Sacred Heart League will sponsor a Pasta Dinner at St. Anthony’s Church Hall, 331 Seward Place on Friday and Saturday, October 14 & 15, from 4-8pm both days. Adults: $10; Children under 12 years of age: $5. Take-outs will be available. For additional information, call 374-4592 x107. (A)

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•Hydro-Seeding •Irrigation Systems

and Perennial Farm

MONTESSORI SCHOOL OF SCHENECTADY now has openings in PM and kindergarten enrichment and also toddler programs available. 384-0074 NYSL DAYCARE Openings: Immediate openings for ages infant & up and 1 school placement available. Located in Burnt Hills, less than 5 min. from Charlton Heights School. We have a structured day, fun activities and lots of outside play. We accept public assistance. “Kindergarten readiness”. Please call 384-0060.



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Flood Relief Dinner Planned GLENVILLE – The membership of the Guan-Ho-Ha Fish and Game Club will be hosting a “Flood Relief Dinner” to be held at their banquet facility located at Rector Rd. in the Town of Glenville on Saturday, October 15 from 4-8pm. Donation per person is $10. All proceeds from this dinner will benefit area flood victims from Rotterdam Junction resulting from Hurricane Irene and Lee. Advance tickets may be purchased at the club; take-out orders and walk-ins are welcomed. For more information or to donate, contact the club at 382-1254. (A)

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Cole’s Collision to Sponsor Car Show

BALLSTON SPA – Cole’s Collision will be sponsoring the 9th Annual “The Way We Were Car Show” on Sunday, October 9, in downtown Ballston Spa. The annual event is expected to draw very large crowds to the community with all proceeds benefiting local community activities. Hosting the event, The Ballston Spa Business and Professional Association has been putting on the car show for the past nine years. Hundreds of classic cars will line Front Street and Low Street in historic Ballston Spa from 9am-4pm. Event will also feature food and promotional vendors, as well as musical performances. Cole’s Collision has registered two of their cars for enthusiasts to view and they will also be setting up two vendor tables giving away promotional prizes to spectators. Being involved with the community has always been a part of Coles Collision’s philosophy. Cole’s Collision owner John Cole and his employees take pride in being involved in many community events. John states, “Our customers are our lifeline and we appreciate each and every one of them”. A rain date for the Car Show has been planned for October 16. (M)

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Electric City Chorus Annual Show CAPITAL REGION - The Electric City Chorus 67th Annual Show of barbershop harmony, “FALLing In & Out Of Love” will be presented on Saturday, October 15th at Schenectady County Community College’s Taylor Auditorium, beginning at 4pm. Tickets are $15 General Seating and $20 Reserved Seating. Group Discounts and Special Needs Seating available. Call Richard at 518-608-5880 for information and ticket orders. (M)

Start Your Holiday Shopping BURNT HILLS – The O’Rourke Middle School PTA’s 33rd Annual Craft Fair will take place on Saturday, November 5, from 10am-4pm, at the Middle School located at 173 Lake Hill Rd., Burnt Hills. Over 70 crafters, artists, and vendors will be selling a wide variety of items including art work, photography, handbags, herbs & spices, knit and felted items, candles, jewelry, primitives, sweets, and much more! Admission is Free and extra parking is available at the BH-BL High School with free shuttle service to the Middle School. (P)

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PIANO LESSONS: Welcoming students of all abilities ages 4 and up. Private instruction in a professional setting by an experienced teacher with a background in performance and education. 928-1939


New & Gently Worn Ladies Consignment Clothing & Accessories Open T-W-Th-F 10-5, NEW Sat Hours 10-4, Sun & Mon Closed

Tracey Harris, Proprietor

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Co-Ed Volleyball GLENVILLE – Co-ed volleyball B/BB competitive; Sundays 7-9pm; Glenville area. For more information, call Ed at 257-6903.

Car Wash Fundraiser BURNT HILLS – Burnt Hills Bobcats Baseball are holding a $5 Car Wash fundraiser on Saturday, October 8, 11am-3pm at Pizza Works Restaurant on Route 50. Rain date: October 15.


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SENIOR CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR IN NYC Join us for 3 days Dec. 5-7. Travel by Luxury motorcoach. Just some of what we will experience: Guided tour, hotel, 4 meals including dinner at Carmine’s, Radio city Music hall, train tour, NY Botanical Gardens, Carriage Ride, the Gracie Mansion, Rockerfeller Center and Lincoln center Christmas tree displays. All inclusive $499 person, double occupancy. Single room add $140. Book well in advance. This trip filled quickly last year! SENIOR FUN TRAVEL CLUB Call Laura for details 674-0050 SENIOR FUN TRAVEL CLUB But not ONLY for seniors! Luxury motorcoach, train, boat.1 or 3 day and 2 week long trips. Great meals, shows. We go everywhere! Group allows us incredible rates! Join our club FREE. Laura 674-0050

Asthma & COPD Management GLENVILLE – Respiratory therapists from Ellis Health Center will discuss Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) at the Glenville Senior Center on Monday, October 17 at 1:30. Information will be provided about disease process, medications, and tips to improve respiratory health. Educational materials will be available. Refreshments will be served. The Center is located at 32 Worden Road in Glenville. For additional information, please call 374-0734. (A)

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Rental Property Owners Meeting LATHAM – CDARPO (Capital District Association of Rental Property Owners) will hold their monthly meeting on October 13, 7pm, at Ramada Inn, 946 New Loudon Road (Rt. 9), Latham. Membership includes Albany, Schenectady & Troy landlords. Guest Speakers on topics of interest to Landlords. For more information: 433-7377 or (P)

Roast Beef Dinner CHARLTON – Charlton Freehold Presbyterian Church, 786 Charlton Road, is having a Roast Beef Dinner on Saturday, October 8th from 4-6:30pm. We will be serving Roast Beef, gravy, potatoes, vegetable, coleslaw, rolls, beverages and a variety of pies for dessert. Cost: $10 for adults; $5 for children ages 5-12 (children under age 5, free). Takeouts will be available. (A)

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GARAGE SALE: October 14 & 15; 9am-3pm (Rain Date: 10/21 & 10/22); 20 Forest Road, Burnt Hills. LARGE GARAGE SALE: Sat. & Sun., Oct. 8 & 9; 63 Valleywood Dr., Glenville (off Maple Ave.). Electronics, gaming systems, kids toys, holiday decorations, sports cards. GARAGE SALE: Christmas; baby, women’s & men’s clothes; tools; freezer; lots & lots of stuff! Sat.-Sun.-Mon., 10/8, 10/9 & 10/10; 10am-4pm; 482 Sweetman Rd., Charlton. KIDS CONSIGNMENT SALE: 20,000 kid’s items. 10/7 9-7, 10/8 9-3. 4H bldg. 162 Prospect St., Ballston Spa Visa/MC accepted. GARAGE SALE: Fri. & Sat., 10/7 & 10/8, 9am-5pm; Sun., 10/9, 9am-2pm. 6 Harlau Drive, Scotia. Household items, new & used, clothing, curtains, sleeping bags & more. GARAGE SALE: Fri., 10/7 & Sun., 10/9; 10am-3pm both days; 27 Windsor Dr., T/O Glenville. Animated Christmas angels and bears, inflatable holiday snow globe, two outdoor holiday trees, other holiday items, crockpots, curtain rods and blinds, fish tank and stand, greenhouse, Keurig coffee maker, lamps, landscape lights, office supplies, more! P.S. If you bought the black outdoor fireplace on Sat., Oct. 1, the grate was left behind! ROOFING - Specializing in architectural, 3 tab, metal, cedar shakes & repairs. Free estimate. CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED. Call 378-6298 WRAP IT UP!! Gift baskets & wrapping for all occasions. No time, don’t like to wrap? I will do it for you! Reasonable rates. Call Kim at 669-0587. Rick Carbone Excavation: House demo, cellar excavation, poured concrete foundations installed & repaired, engineered septic systems, retaining walls, all types of driveways, water lines buried, tree cutting, land clearing, stump removal, top soil, sand & gravel, lawns installed (seed or sod), fuel tanks installed & removed. Fully ins. 40 yrs. exp. Job satisfaction & reasonable prices guaranteed. Free est. 696-3000



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Jazz Music Concert

ALBANY - Empire State Youth Jazz Ensemble and The College of Saint Rose Jazz Ensemble will perform on Friday, October 14, 7:30pm, at the Massry Center for the Arts, The College of Saint Rose. Free Admission. Concert is part of MoHu Fest ( For additional information, call ESYO at 382-7581 or visit (P) Senior Discount


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Caring for our Veterans

CAPITAL REGION – Wednesday, October 26, 7-8pm. Educational seminar held by telephone conference call; participate from home. Speaker: Marianne Hunter, LCSW; Caregiver Support Coordinator, Albany VA Medical Center. Open to families caring for loved ones throughout the Capital Region. Funded by Albany County Department for Aging and an investment from the United Way of the Greater Capital Region. Advance registration is required; call Senior Services of Albany’s Caregiver Connection program at 694-3511. (P)

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FOR SALE - FIREWOOD: Logs cut, unsplit; cut and split; locust; split rail fencing; lumber; hard and soft wood. Call Tom 518-883-8284; 518-369-5187 (cell). PIANO LESSONS given by Janice Mix, Organist/Pianist, at Alplaus United Methodist Church, 3 Brookside Ave., Alplaus. All ages welcome. Please call 393-9780 for additional information.

Annual James Stamper Memorial Concert

NISKAYUNA – The Interfaith Community of Schenectady is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year and will hold the annual James Stamper Memorial Concert on Sunday, October 23, 3pm, at Temple Gates of Heaven, Ashmore Avenue, Niskayuna. Dedicated to the memory of the late Robert Ludwig, one of the founders of IFC and former president, the free concert celebrates the diversity in religious music and dance. Refreshments will be served after the concert. For further information call 370-2150. (P) ANTIQUES WANTED: One piece or a house full. Cash paid. Your local established dealer. AFFORDABLE ANTIQUES, 725 Saratoga Road, Burnt Hills. 384-0702. Wed.-Sun., 10am-5pm.


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WANTED: Standing locust trees - groves, acres, wood lots. Not just 1 or 2 trees in the yard. Also, will take cut trees by the truckload, log length. Also interested in other hard and soft woods. Call Tom 518-883-8284; 518-369-5187(cell). WANTED VIOLINS, VIOLAS CELLOS. Pre WW ll, any condition Cash paid. 356-2549 AIDES/ NURSE AVAILABLE F/T/ P/T/ 24 hrs. Affordable. Cleaning service also available. 203-8723

Free Concert for Senior Citizens SCHENECTADY – Empire State Youth Orchestra will present a Free concert for Senior Citizens featuring classical music on Wednesday, October 12, 1pm, at Proctors Theatre, Schenectady. Free Admission. Groups of 10 or more or those requiring wheelchair seating should call ESYO for reservation. Concert is part of MoHu Fest ( For additional information, call ESYO at 382-7581 or visit (P)

Huge Garage Sale Fundraiser ALPLAUS – Burnt Hills and Shenendehowa Master Rowers will be having a Garage Sale to raise funds to repair the damage caused by the storms to our docks and equipment. Event will be held at the Rowing Club’s Boathouse at 801 Maritime Drive, Alplaus, on October 8, 9am-3pm. A huge variety of items donated by over thirty families! (A)

United Way Needs Volunteers

CAPITAL REGION – Do you want to learn about human nature, improve your communication skills & your interpersonal relationships, generally develop yourself and give back? Volunteering as a Telephone or Crisis Chat Specialist for United Way 2-1-1 Northeast Region will give you all of this. We offer extensive training, supervision and life changing experiences as well as the opportunity to become part of a larger community of volunteer across the nation, that provide essential information, resources and emotional support to people in need. For more details call 2-1-1; visit our website at to fill out the volunteer application. (A)

Emergency Food Pantry

SARATOGA COUNTY – Karyl’s Kupboard - Emergency Food Pantry is open Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 10am-3pm. Must be a Saratoga County Resident. Please bring ID and proof of address. Located at CAPTAIN Youth and Family Services, 5 Municipal Plaza, Suite 3, Clifton Park. (A)

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Your cooperation in following these guidelines is greatly appreciated and will help us to continue to publish as many announcements as possible for our communities!


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PLAYER PIANO: Kurtzmann manual or electric keyboard, $400 or best offer. 461-9760 WANTED: G.E. Elec-Traks Interested in buying General Electric Elec-Trak lawn tractors. Attachments, accessories, and parts. Call Steve (607) 272-1640 NORTHEAST HOME IMPROVEMENT: Kitchens, decks, additions, garages, porches, siding. High quality work. Professional, insured. Free estimates.Now accepting major credit cards. LARRY CUNNINGHAM, Glenville, NY 399-5896 or 421-1029.

Family Fun Day at To Benefit Local Flood Victims

126 Saratoga Road • Scotia, NY 12302 280-3167 Everyone is wondering how they can help people that lost so much. Come join us in raising money for our local Áood victims. 100% of proceeds will be donated.

Haircuts, Wash and Blow Dry (Men’s, Women’s and Kid’s)

SCHENECTADY – If you love singing and sharing the joys of Christmas, the River Valley Chorus Sweet Adelines invites women to join our 2nd Annual Christmas Chorus and perform with us in our concert in December. Attend (8) rehearsals beginning on Tuesday, October 11, from 7-8:30pm at the Trinity Reformed Church, 705 Curry Road, Schenectady. At the end of the 8-week program, you’ll perform with the chorus in our Christmas Concert. We’ll teach you several songs, all sung acappella, in the close harmony of the barbershop style. For more information email: s or visit us at Musical knowledge is not necessary to join. Any woman of average singing ability, with or without vocal training, will find a part that fits her voice range with the help of our Director and Music Team. (P)

Author to Speak at Library SCHENECTADY – Tom Ryan, author of “Following Atticus: Forty-eight High Peaks, One Little Dog, and an Extraordinary Friendship,” will talk about his book at Schenectady County Public Library, 99 Clinton St., on Saturday, October 15 at 2pm. Call 388-4511 to register. This event is free and open to the public. Atticus, Ryan’s miniature schnauzer and reliable hiking companion, will be there, too. The Open Door Bookstore will conduct a book sale and signing after the program. The store will be offering a 20 percent discount prior to the day of the program. Preorders can be made by calling 346-2719. Donations, including canned dog and cat food and pet supplies, will be taken at the program and given to the Animal Protective Foundation in Scotia. A complete list of acceptable donations is available at The Appalachian Mountain Club’s Mohawk-Hudson Chapter will have an information table at the program. (P)

Vendors Wanted BURNT HILLS – The Burnt Hills Farmers Market is now taking applications for the 2012 season. Anyone interested can pick up an application during market hours, Saturdays, 9am-1pm, at the corner of Route 50 and Lake Hill Road. Ask for Lynette or Gale. (A)


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TUTORING SERVICES Available: Former K-12 teacher, all subjects and HS math and SS teacher. SAT/ACT, Regents, GED. Individual or small group. Contact Carolyn 982-0173. T.L.C. REMODELING: One call does it all. Home inspections, plumbing, electrical, masonry, decks, kitchens, baths, replacement windows, roofing. Fully insured, over 30 yrs. experience. 374-1616 SNOW PLOWING: Taking customers now for this season’s snow plowing & sidewalk clearing. Limited openings. 701-3608 IS YOUR CAMP, BARN or garage leaning? We repair & replace walls, sills, beams, footings and other structural defects. Free estimates. 584-7422 CO-ED VOLLEYBALL B/BB Competitive, Sundays 7-9pm, Glenville area. Call Ed at 257-6903.

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Come Join The Fun! WEIDMAN CONSTRUCTION All phases of carpentry. Decks, kitchens, additions, hardwood flooring. Specializing in complete basement remodels and waterproofing. Fully insured, free estimates. 243-9099 or email: ROSA’S REMODELING: “When Quality Matters!” Specializing in all areas of home remodeling, ROSA’S REMODELING is the perfect blend of quality and creativity. With 30+ years’ experience, we are fully insured and have great references. Call us today at 377-5930 for all your home improvement needs. ROB RYAN D.J. / KARAOKE SERVICE: Over 50,000 titles. Book now and receive Free Karaoke with 4-hour event. 505-1480

Mass at Auriesville

AURIESVILLE/COHOES – La Fédération franco-américaine du New York is sponsoring a French Mass at Our Lady of Martyrs Shrine in Auriesville, NY. The Mass will be on Sunday, October 9, at 4pm. Anyone interested in information regarding Mass or the French cultural organization, may come to the monthly meeting the second Tuesday of the month at the Ragged Edge Studios in Cohoes, or may contact Bernie Ouimet at 692-2690 or (A)

Senior Center Offers Trips

CAPITAL REGION – Upcoming trips offered by the Glenville Senior Center: A Tribute to Our Veterans Show, Log Cabin at Holyoke, MA, on Wednesday, November 9 (sign up by October 29). Celebrate our veterans with a fabulous day of music and patriotism! Hors d’oeuvres, dinner and dessert. Depart Senior Center at 9am; return approx. 5:30pm. Cost: $65pp members/$70pp non-members. Christmas Spectacular at Hilton Inn in Troy, NY, on Monday, November 21 (sign up by November 4). The Christmas tradition continues with the Latshaw Pops Orchestra, singers, and dancers in a holiday variety show. Lunch will be served at 11:30am, followed by show at 1pm. Depart the Senior Center at 10am; return approx. 4:30pm. Cost: $64pp members/$70pp non-members. For additional information on these trips, please call the Glenville Senior Center at 374-0734. (A)








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Hearing Screening GLENVILLE – The audiology department of Sunnyview Hospital will be providing free hearing screening at the Glenville Senior Center on Monday, October 17 from 9am-1pm. This screening is not appropriate for those who already use a hearing aide. No products or services will be recommended or sold. This is just a screening service designed to give you a report of your hearing acuity. Appointments are required and can be made in person at the front desk or by phone. Screening is not limited to Senior Center members. The Center is located at 32 Worden Road in Glenville; phone: 374-0734. (A)

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HAVE YOUR OLD Home Movies, Slides, Photos and/or VHS tapes professionally transferred to DVD for easy viewing and storage. Call MARC 377-3501 or visit FRIDHOLM PAINTING: All interior projects large or small. Popcorn ceiling repairs; cathedrals; cabinets; wallpaper stripping and all phases of remodeling. Free estimates; abundance of references. Will show up. Neat. Clean up. Love what we do. Please call JOHN FRIDHOLM 330-9507. FALL IS HERE! Keep your yard in shape with yard clean ups, lawn fertilizing, grass cutting, garden preparation, mulch application, and rototilling. Call PAUL’S YARD & GARDEN SERVICE 399-7514. APPLE SALE: 1 Peck First Quality Rhode Island Greenings, $6. Excellent for pies, keeps well. Charlton Road Orchard, 140 Charlton Road, Glenville, 1 mile past Hewitt’s; 399-3427. GARAGE DOOR GARY: Garage doors, electric openers, service. Garage door openers make great gifts! Call for free estimate. 399-6102

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Why plant bulbs? Planting bulbs in fall gives us a chance to thumb our noses at winter. It is an act of faith. By planting these bulbs, we are saying, “I know that the next season will arrive a little brighter and better.” You may be planting flower bulbs, but you are really sowing Nature’s promise that the dark days of winter will eventually pass. These small bulbs are a miracle in themselves. Think of them as rechargeable batteries. They don’t store electricity but “growth energy”. When you buy bulbs, they’re all “charged up” for you by the producer in Holland. Bulbs produced in Holland are still the best available. The Dutch have been active in bulb culture since the 1500s so they’ve had a lot of practice. Read the packages Now let’s take a look at some of the information on the packages the bulbs come in. To plan out your bulb planting you’ll need to know some important details. When does it flower? On each package you’ll see flowering times as “early spring, mid spring, late spring and early summer”. That seems pretty general and it is. The bulb company doesn’t know whether you live in Virginia or Upstate New York so they have to be vague. It is up to us to know our season and interpret what “early spring” means for instance. Here’s how I interpret these flower times at my house. Early Spring – late March through mid April Mid Spring – mid April through mid May Late Spring – late April through late May Early Summer –late May through June In general the early flowering bulbs are shorter than the later flowering blooms. The larger size of the late bloomers means they’ll take longer to form than the smaller early bloomers. Bear in mind that I live at an elevation of 750’ and spring comes a little later there than down in ‘The Valley” as we call it. Most of the Capital District is a week or so ahead of my house. As you watch your bulbs’ progress in spring you’ll be able to refine you expectations. Of course a warm spring will cause your bulbs to flower earlier and a cool one will hold them back a bit so you’ll have to go with the flow. How tall does it get? The next bit of information you’ll need is the height of the flower. This will help you avoid putting taller plants in front of shorter ones that flower at the same time. Of course if you plant bulbs with shorter stems that bloom in early spring you could get away with taller ones that flower in late spring or early summer in front of or even among the early bloomers. By the time the late flowering varieties blossom, the early bloomers will have long since finished their flowering cycle. This information is also handy when mixing bulbs into established perennial flowerbeds. Are you getting the idea of how handy the information on bulb packaging can be? You’ll also find the light requirement on the package although most of them will do best in full sun (6 or more hours of direct sun a day) but some can tolerate partial shade. Most folks are overly optimistic when judging how sunny a location is so try to be realistic. Another bit of information included is whether the variety is deer resistant. For those of us in rural locations, this is the most important thing we need to know. Even suburban gardeners seem to be getting visits from hungry deer. Picking out your bulbs It is always best to seek out the highest quality bulbs. At Hewitt’s we sell top quality bulbs form the Netherland Bulb Company. They are large size bulbs grown in Holland. The Dutch have been producing flowerbulbs since the 1500s so they have a wealth of experience. Their soil is also rich and well drained so it is no wonder that the quality of their bulbs is unsurpassed by anyone, anywhere. I’d be very wary of ordering bulbs through the mail. You have a real advantage when you shop for bulbs in person. Inspect the bulbs you’re interested in to make sure they are plump and firm. In the rare event you find any bulbs that seem soft or, worse yet mushy, make sure to point that out to the store manager. It is alright if the dry, papery outer skin of the bulb is flaking off. That is perfectly normal and won’t affect the growth of the bulb. When given a choice, choose the larger bulbs from a group. A bigger bulb is closer to becoming two bulbs so there is an advantage to being picky. Preparing the planting area Make sure that the area you wish to plant is sunny and well drained. Well-drained means that the area dries rapidly enough after rain to avoid standing water. Build up the soil where you are planting your bulbs. In very sandy soil the addition of compost, peat humus or peat moss will help retain a bit of moisture. Don’t forget the Bone Meal! The most important soil additive for bulbs is bone meal. I use bone meal when I plant any shrub, tree, rose, perennial plant and especially flowerbulbs. The phosphorus in bone meal is vital in restoring and expanding the bulbs after the flowering period. You need to mix bone meal into the soil BELOW the bulb so the roots grow down through it. Bone meal doesn’t dissolve like chemical fertilizer so your only chance to use it is when you’re planting. The phosphorus in bone meal lasts 4 or 5 years. By then, with proper feeding and care, the bulbs will need to be divided and replanted with more bone meal. After you plant your bulbs, be sure to water them in right away. This initial soaking let’s them know that they are in the ground and it’s time to grow some roots. They start growing roots right away and they’ll gain a little extra energy for the spring flowering cycle. More important, those roots will help anchor the bulbs in the soil so frost over winter won’t heave them upward. To be continued next week…thanks for the read.

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Self-Therapy for the Stutterer CAPITAL REGION – Self-Therapy for the Stutterer is the classic self-help guide by the founder of The Stuttering Foundation, Malcolm Fraser. It is written to and for the many adults and teens who stutter. The 192-page book is available at most public libraries including those in Delmar, Cohoes, Guilderland, Loudonville, and Ravena. This book outlines a self-therapy program, which describes what the person who stutters can do to work towards better communication. The book is available free to all public libraries. If your library doesn’t have it, ask them to contact the Stuttering Foundation toll-free at 800-992-9392 for a copy. (A)



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Women Singers Wanted CAPITAL DISTRICT – River Valley Chorus is searching for women singers in the Capital District area. Women of all ages who enjoy singing are invited to attend weekly rehearsals any Tuesday, at 7pm at Trinity Reformed Church, 705 Curry Road, Rotterdam. The River Valley Chorus is one of the hundreds of Sweet Adelines International choruses that make up this worldwide organization of women who sing four-part barbershop harmony. Musical knowledge is not necessary to join; voice training and music education are valuable components of member’s benefits. More information on membership benefits is available at and visit the River Valley Chorus website at (A)

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SCOTIA – Compassionate and caring individuals needed to assist in providing care for the dying. The Joan Nicole Prince Home, a community home for the terminally ill, is looking for individuals wanting to “make a difference” by caring for terminally ill residents who lack the support and options to remain at home during their final days. Volunteers are needed to provide personal care, support, meal preparation, laundry and light housekeeping. Training and ongoing support is provided. If interested, please call 346-5471 or e-mail (A)

Troy HS Class of 1962 CAPITAL REGION – The Class of 1962 Troy High School, Troy, NY, is beginning plans for the 50th Reunion, to be held June 8-10, 2012. We are in need of addresses and/or email addresses. If you are a member of this class, please send your name/address to sannay03@aol or call 235-1362 & leave a phone message.

Al-Anon Family Group Meetings SCOTIA – If you are affected by a loved ones’ addictive behavior (alcohol, substances, gambling), Al-Anon can help restore your sanity. We, as a group, come together to share our experience, strength and hope, and discover ways to live a happier life. Every Friday from 6:30-7:30pm, we meet upstairs at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, So. Reynolds St. (corner of Glen Ave.) in Scotia. Questions? Call 377-9765 or email with Meeting in the subject. (A) Mechanicville

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WEST GLENVILLE – West Glenville Volunteer Fire Company is looking for basic help. We need folks for computer input, grant writing, shopping, gardening, event planning, photo album organizing and as basic helpers in the ‘social’ end of the fire service. If you are a district resident that can commit a few hours a week, this call for help is for you. This is an opportunity for couples to get out and for community service for teens! Firefighters are always needed. Mondays at 7pm, 2024 West Glenville Road; 399-0567. (A)

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CAPITAL REGION – The Upstate NY Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT) Support & Action Group was started in April 2010 to offer support, resources and information for those living with CMT. We are action-oriented (community awareness, education, fundraising). We generally meet every other month on a Saturday. For additional information, contact Melinda at 783-7313 or email: (A)

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SCHENECTADY – Free 4-week Career Readiness Program at SCAP’s Main Office, 913 Albany Street, Schenectady, is designed to assist individuals in gaining the technical and soft skills needed to land gainful employment and succeed in the workplace. The classes are comprehensive and offer workshops/training in the following areas: Computer Training (20 hrs.), Resume Writing and Cover Letter Preparation; Assertiveness, self-esteem and stress management; Job search strategies and interviewing techniques (Makeover Day!); Self/skills assessments and goal setting. If interested, please call SCAP at 374-9181 and ask if you are eligible for the Displaced Homemaker Program. (A)

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Haunted History Ghost Walks SARATOGA SPRINGS – Saratoga Arts in partnership with author, researcher and supernatural historian, Mason Winfield, presents haunted History Ghost Walks of Saratoga Springs. The 90-minute, one-mile walking tour will combine information on the history and architecture of Saratoga Springs with background on the mysterious, para psychological aspects of our city. In October the tours leave from Saratoga Arts at 320 Broadway on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. The cost is $10 for adults, $5 for kids age 7-11, payment in cash at the door. Info at Saratoga Arts 584-4132 and (P)

Annual Harvest Fest & Art Show Haunted Halloween Evening at the Wilburton Inn CAPITAL REGION – North East Paranormal Society is very excited to be hosting the first paranormal Halloween event, at the Historic mansion, the Wilburton Inn, Manchester, VT, Saturday, October 29. The evening will begin about 6pm with a meet and greet, fantastic buffet dinner, haunted history of the Manchester/VT area, raffles, evidence review from previous haunted locations along with our findings obtained during the first two paranormal investigations of the Wilburton Inn. You will get a chance to see actual footage of some of our past cases and the equipment used. Photos, video clips and class A, EVP’s (electronic voice phenomena). The evening will end with a live paranormal investigation with the NEPS team and attendees. Please join NEPS for an event you will not want to miss. For details and admission tickets go to or call 268-9603. Limited seating. See you there!

Fall Festival BROADALBIN – Sacandaga Bible Conference will hold a Fall Festival on Saturday, October 15 from 5-9pm. Bring the whole Family! The Festival is free and all are welcome to enjoy the evening. Live bluegrass gospel music will be featured along with indoor rock climbing, horse drawn hay rides, face-painting, paintball shoot, archery, indoor hay maze and much more! Food - hamburgers, hotdogs, apple cider, popcorn, cider doughnuts and more will be available for purchase. The Fall Festival Events will be located at Sacandaga Bible Conference, Ray Mills Youth Center at 191 Lakeview Road, Broadalbin. (P)

SCHENECTADY – The Upper Union Street Schenectady Business Improvement District (BID) has announced the date for its 6th Annual Harvest Fest & Art Show on Saturday, October 15 from 10am-5pm. The event will celebrate both the 10th anniversary of the founding of the BID and the completion of a major three-year streetscape project designed to complement Upper Union Street’s reputation as a pedestrian friendly, main street shopping district. Artists and gourmet vendors, as well as a limited number of community not for profit organizations, are invited to participate in the Harvest Fest by contacting BID Executive Director, Nell Burrows at 370-0662. Registration forms are available on line at The Upper Union Street Harvest Fest & Art Show is a participant in the annual Schenectady County Farm & Foliage Festival and MOHU, a weeklong (October 8-16) celebration of the arts throughout four counties (Albany, Saratoga, Schenectady and Rensselaer) of the Capital Region. The event will include an art show, gourmet marketplace, pony rides and other activities for children, music, retail specials. (P)

Fall Festival GLENVILLE – Fall Festival at Pashley Elementary School, Saturday, October 22, 12-4pm, rain or shine. Crafts, face & pumpkin painting, DJ, food concessions, clown, raffles, free games & prizes and much more! Admission $1 per person ($5 max per family) and one canned good, to be donated to a local food pantry. All are welcome! (P)


ine Rain or Sh ase le P No Pets

Sat & Sun. Oct. 8 & 9, 9am-5pm. Admission $8.00 • Children 12 & under FREE • Live Music & Dancing • Crafters • Haywagon Rides • Wine Tent • Kids ID Booth • Haunted House • Saturday Golden Ticket Contest • Sunday Live w/ Kevin Richards 732-7317 • • Schodack Rt. 9 & 20 or Rt. 150 South/West, Watch For Signs.

29th Annual Fall Craft Fair BURNT HILLS – Community Human Services will be hosting the 29th Annual Fall Craft Fair on Sunday, October 16, 10am-4pm, at the Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Sr. High School, Lakehill Rd., Burnt Hills. We’ll have over 95 crafters/artisans, food, free admission and parking. Join us!

Many Varieties of APPLES & PEARS Honeycrisp Bosc Bartlett Galas & Many More

• Freshly Made Cider • Homemade Pies & Tea Breads • Honey • Maple Syrup 325 Goode St. • Burnt Hills


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LET GEORGE DO IT! Light Trucking; Clean-out: Garages, Attics, Cellars. Reasonable. Free estimates. 399-5937 PIANO LESSONS. Play songs in your very first lessons. All ages welcome. 406-6930 RECONDITIONED CHAIN SAWS. Many available. Stihl & Husky. 376-7080

Let Our Family Handle Your

• FALL CLEAN-UP • SNOW PLOWING • SNOW BLOWING and SNOW REMOVAL!! Call Neal Baker (518) 461-6080 or Andrew Newlove (518) 275-2725 for your FREE Estimate Visit: for a list of our additional services

“Angelversary” Benefit Dinner

Save Now on the Quality of STIHL!



SCOTIA – Joseph Michael Kolarcik Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) organization spreading awareness regarding stillborn children. JMKF is raising money to provide financial assistance to parents of stillborn children and first year unexpected infant deaths in order to provide a proper resting place in accordance with their beliefs. JMKF is a vital means of keeping our dear son Joseph’s memory alive. Join us for our 3rd Annual Angelversary Benefit Dinner, on October 22 from 6-10pm at Glen Sanders Mansion in Scotia. Enjoy good food, drinks, music, dancing, fun auctions, 50/50 raffle, and new friends! Tickets Only $55 per Person Contact Cynthia at 878-9000. (A)

Scotia-Glenville Food Pantry

SCOTIA – The S-G Food Pantry, located at the First Baptist Church of Scotia, 132 Mohawk Ave., Scotia, provides a 3-day supply of food to residents of Scotia-Glenville. Pantry is open Tuesdays 5:30-7pm and Thursdays 9-11am. Information: 399-9426, ask for Janice Cooper; or call Eileen Quick at 377-2196. (A)

STEP Open Registration

60 Freeman’s Bridge Road, Scotia (518) 372-5611

Mon, Tues, Wed & Fri 8-6; Thurs 8-8; Sat 8-4

WANTED: 12 ga. dbl. barrel, Iver Johnson shotgun for parts; also old snowblowers for parts. Ariens, Toro, etc. 466-4598

Parent Network: News & Action Center

OIL BURNER SERVICE Starting at $65. Compare that price. Certified technician. Book your cleaning now. 955-8675 George.

Moneysaver Pennysaver

The Weekly The Advertiser

GLENIVLLE – Saratoga Therapeutic Equestrian Program (STEP) is open and accepting registrations for its 2011 season at its home stable in Glenville. STEP provides Hippotherapy, STEP-up therapeutic riding, and Equine Experiential Learning for children and adults with special needs, ages 2 and up, using the horse as a therapeutic partner. STEP offers volunteer opportunities and equine education. For registration information, please call 374-5116 or email stepatnfec@yahoo. com or web (A)

MR. FIX IT HOME REPAIRS. Most residential repairs. If it needs fixing call me!. Plumbing, lighting indoor & out. Carpentry. 210-1144

CAPITAL REGION – The Early Care & Learning Council invites you to join Parent Network: News & Action Center. Parents: you are your child’s first and best advocate! Sign up to receive valuable information on early care and get involved, help raise the bar on high quality early care and education and get connected with your government officials. If you would like to become informed about the need for better child care policies and would like to make your voice heard, join today! Go to and click on Parent Network. (A)

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Adirondack Dental Assisting School, Inc. was established in 2005 in the dental ofÀce of Dr. Fred Dreher. The school is New York State licensed, as well as being Access VR (vocational rehabilitation for adults), WIA (Work Force Investment Act) and MyCAA (military dependent program) approved. Adirondack Dental Assisting School provides a certiÀcate program which prepares students for entry level jobs in the dental Àeld. The director, Karen Ostrander, has over 23 years in the dental Àeld as a Registered Dental Hygienist. Karen also holds a degree in Psychology from Russell Sage College. The program allows students to learn in a non-stressful environment, in an actual, high tech dental ofÀce. The course covers a wide range of subjects including instrumentation, sterilization and OSHA regulations regarding infection control, radiography, and numerous dental procedures. The class size is limited so students have an opportunity for individual attention and hands-on training, without the stress of learning on actual patients. Classes are offered on Fridays or Saturdays, which allows currently employed people who are looking for a career change to attend without leaving their current position. Students can obtain more information regarding the Adirondack Dental Assisting School at the website

410 Rowland Street • Ballston Spa, NY 12020 • Call Karen at 363-0008

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25 Years Experience Discounted All Phases Of Masonry Work Rates Expert Tile Installations Fully Insured

Steps, Sidewalks, Masonry Hardscaping, Retaining Walls, KEVIN (518) 399-3618 Pool Decks, Brick Pavers, Stone (518) 598-6465


Support Charlton Heights Cub Scouts BURNT HILLS – Support the Charlton Heights Cub Scouts by donating bottles and cans at 250 Lake Hill Road, Burnt Hills. Bottle drop in barn driveway available 24/7. (A)

Arthritis Foundation Seeks Volunteers

ALBANY – We are looking for volunteers to give 3-4 hours per week to help out with general office duties, light maintenance, or program and event related projects. Training is provided. Make your own hours. Call Terry for more information at 456-1203. (A)

Faith Formation Program ROTTERDAM JCT. – St. Margaret of Cortona Church in Rotterdam Jct. has an ongoing Faith Formation program featuring topics of interest to all. You are welcome to join our discussions or be an interested bystander. Discussions are held at 10am after the Sunday Mass in the Church Hall and feature food for thought and food for the body! Currently our Youth Group is undertaking a “Toasty Toes” project, collecting new socks (infant to adult) to donate to worthy recipients. Your help is requested. Bring some socks to warm some toes. For more information, call Kay at 399-1888 or Maureen at 384-0668. (A)

Homes That Don’t Receive The Weekly In The Mail Can Pick It Up At These Locations BURNT HILLS Sam’s Chinese Terry’s Rte. 50 Super Lot Morris Ford Mercury Basic Foods Burnt Hills Hardware Focastle Farms Burnt Hills Wine & Spirits Burnt Hills Music Peking Wok Sunshine Dry Cleaners Subway Personal Image SCOTIA O’Leary’s Pub Gabriel’s Market

AMSTERDAM Price Chopper Burger King Charlie’s Restaurant Olympic Diner Restaurant Coffee Beanery

HAGAMAN Cronie’s Restaurant C.P.’s Family Restaurant

SCHENECTADY Blue Ribbon Diner Dave’s Tire Warehouse Union Beverage Corp.

GLENVILLE Cunningham’s Laundry Fogg’s Automotive Marcella’s Hewitt’s Garden Centers Getty Tasty Wok Fantastic Sam’s 3 Brothers Pizza Aubuchon Hardware Mayfair Glass (Hardware) Town Clerk Freeman’s Bridge Wine & Liquor Elmo’s Auto Body Culligan Glenville Beverage All Season’s Equip. Mail & More Glenville Queen Family Restaurant Salvation Army Thrift Store Manhatten Bagel

CLEANUPS. Clifton Park & surrounding areas. Leaves, branches, hedge trimming, tree removal, junk removal, gutter cleaning. Pressure washing 210-1144 Unseasoned Firewood 7 (+/-) cord load, cut, split & delivered. $1050.Call for area discount. Smaller loads available. 692-2109 WANTED VIOLINS, VIOLAS CELLOS. Pre WW ll, any condition Cash paid. 356-2549 LEGOS WANTED! MY boys love them! Bins or sets, no megablocks. Please call 885-0999 $ SENIOR FUN TRAVEL CLUB But not ONLY for seniors! Luxury motorcoach, train, boat.1 or 3 day and 2 week long trips. Great meals, shows. We go everywhere! Group allows us incredible rates! Join our club FREE. Laura 674-0050 DINETTE TABLE WITH self storing leaf, 4 side chairs $225. Merillat dark oak kitchen cabinets. 885-4762 FRIDHOLM REMODELING Let us help you with your various interior/ext. home projects. Baths, kitchens, tile, carpentry, decks molding & handyman repairs. Free estimate. Will show up. Neat. Cleanup. Love what we do! Please call John Fridholm 330-9507 or visit



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883 Route 50 Burnt Hills, NY

Angels Needed!

CAPITAL REGION – Soldiers’ Angels is a non-profit organization with the sole mission of aiding and supporting the brave men and women of the military, wherever we raise the flag of the United States of America. Many different levels of volunteering are needed. If you can help, please e-mail Bertha at or Amy at (A)

Love to Sing?

MECHANICVILLE – The Dorothy Welch Choral Society is seeking men and women who love to sing. Reading music is not a requirement and there are no auditions…you must love to sing, that’s all! Rehearsals are held Tuesdays from 7-9pm at the Mechanicville United Methodist Church. For additional information, call Wendy Diaco at 664-3387, Lee Sponable at 664-7958, or Vern Hillijas at 399-7208. (A) ROOFING ROOFING Prepare for winter. Free est. Insured . Refs. Great workmanship. Rob 209-8008 ANTIQUES - CASH Gold, silver, scrap, jewelry, diamonds, coins, watches, knives furn. collectibles, military, advertising, etc. Specializing in auction management, estate sales & complete cleanouts. Prompt, pleasant service Call Joe first! 893-0235 / 669- 2274

EXCAVATING & EXCAVATING +New Construction +Resurface +Seal Coating +Foundations +Septic Systems +Lot Clearing +Demolition +Stamped Concrete +Additions +Remodeling

518-584-8806 FREE ESTIMATES




Drivers Needed – Home Delivered Meals

SCOTIA – Home Delivered Meals Program needs drivers for weekdays &weekends, $8.50 / hr. and 45 cents per mile. Must have car and clean license. Call 384-3682 between 9am-3pm. EOE

Moms Club of Clifton Park

CLIFTON PARK – MOMS Club of Clifton Park, a social and support group for stay-at-home moms, has activities during the day with monthly meetings on the 2nd Wednesday of each month. Call Andi at 275-7184 for more information. (A)

IN-HOME PETSITTING: Going away? Don’t want to board your pet? I’ll play, exercise, feed your pets and give them lots of love & personal attention! Pet Care by Debbie Skoda 399-5758. 12+ yrs. in Scotia-Glenville/ BH/Charlton areas. LAMBS AND ROASTER PIGS available at all times. Forever Hopeful Farm (518) 369-6874 GREAT HOLIDAY GIFT: Horseback Riding Lessons! All ages and levels. Indoor riding facilities. Certificates available. Instructor has 30+ years’ experience. Call 952-7121. PET CARE IN YOUR HOME: All areas. Best rates. Best service. Your pet is treated like a VIP-Very Important Pet!! Overnights $40-45. Free in-home consultation. Contact Debbie at 399-3148 or

OLD APPLIANCES and FURNITURE REMOVED FROM YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS. Small or Large jobs. CLEAN OUTS. Call Bill the Junkman at 664-7488 Credit Cards Accepted. c HAY FOR SALE. 1st and 2nd cutting. Also mulch. 882-1156 Galway. WINDOW CLEANING $5.50 per window exterior only. $8.50 inside / out. Professional,respectful, reliable, insured. Clean & Clear Window Cleaning. 763-1808 Free Est. Experienced Handyman Remodeling and Carpentry Srvcs. Careful attention to detail. Ins. Guar. int/ext. work. Call Ernie Mumford 669-4530 SCRAP METAL WANTED Buying heavy iron and machinery, appliances and light metal taken away free. 928-5631

Looking to adopt a pet? Hope Animal Rescue


Taz is a very friendly senior Pomeranian. He is neutered, vaccinated and very sweet. He would be a free adotion to a qualified senior citizen and would make a wonderful companion. For more information, please call H.O.P.E. at 518.428.2994 and visit us online at Volunteers and Foster Families needed.


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Business & Service Guide FLOORING



APPLIANCE SALES & SERVICE **APPLIANCES FOR LESS** We service all major appliances! NORTHWIND SERVICE, 374-7102 29 N. College St., Schenectady; 8am-5pm daily (C)


Armstrong Certified Installer Hardwood, Laminate, Ceramic Tile, Vinyl, Carpet. Fully Insured. 399-3041



Tile & hardwood flooring installed. Custom backsplash & shower surrounds. Other phases of construction. Free estimates. Insured. 378-1739 (1027)



Hydro-seeding Patio Installation, Walkways & Retaining Walls Irrigation Systems Installed and Serviced Grass Cutting • Seasonal Clean-Ups Thatching • Landscaping • Plantings Lawns Installed • Bark Mulching (C) 399-7443

Wade’s Tree Service & Landscape Co. 10% Discount w/ad. Complete tree care, landscaping & mowing services. Fully ins. Free est. 384-7285

Siding, Doors & Windows. Free Estimates – 23 years exp.

346-6784 or 330-2316 (cell) (C)

Skilled Pruning Garden Design - Lawn Service Lawns Installed - Overseeding.


Repairs, remodeling, painting, Replacement windows, doors. etc. 248-3739 (1013)

Fall Is Approaching… Call Us For Your Cleanups!! Topsoil & Mulch Delivered. TOP HAT PROPERTY SERVICES 518-577-6833 or 518-577-0976 (1006)

TORRES CONTRACTING Int. remodeling, additions, kit./baths, decks, windows, doors, painting, press. washing, masonry, roofing. Free est. Fully ins. 631-0572 or 229-4720 (C)

GOT LEAVES? Fall Cleanups - Leaf Pile Removal Complete Lawn & Yard Care Services Free Estimates. Res./Comm. Fully Insured

HANDYMAN SERVICES 25 Yrs. Exp. No job too small! Appliance installation/repair; plumbing/electrical; measure/install window treatments & repair. Refs. Jim Fazio 393-7045 (1006)


Nardini Building & Remodeling REED’S TREE SERVICE & GC


YARD CLEANUP, mowing, mulching, landscaping, snowplowing & all other yard & property care services. Res./Comm. Insured J&F Lawn & Yard Care LLC 399-5865 (C)


Trenchless Underground Technology Waterlines, Sewer Lines, Foundations Concrete, Site Work and Repairs Full Time Plumber on Staff Family Business... Since 1975 (C)



Tree removal, pruning, trimming, stump removal, tree climber & more. No job too big or too small! Here for your everyday needs! Fully Insured. (1013)



Mantles, Custom Cabinetry, Decks,




Cleaning in your home. Cleaning in our plant. We Pick Up & Deliver. 3M Scotchguard – Deodorize Karastan Carpets & Orientals Mannington Linoleum Laminate Flooring


Railings, Painting, Stairs (spiral-circular),


Certified, Sweeping – Insp. – Repairs New FP dampers. Senior disc. Free est. 372-1664 (C)



TAYLOR’D CONSTRUCTION Additions, Dormers, Kitchens, Baths,

Decks, Windows, Doors, Siding Kitchens, Baths, Additions. Give us a call, we do it all. 881-7697

Blue Goose Chimney Sweep


CD LANDSCAPE & MAINTENANCE L.L.C. Specializing in Retaining Walls and Patios – All styles and design – Raised Patios. Walkways, Paver Stone Driveways. - Plantings and Sod Installed - Lawns Installed - Irrigation Systems Installed & Serviced - Bark Mulching – Installed or Delivered - Top Soil Installed or Delivered - Wood Chipper Service Available Commercial / Residential. Fully Insured.

Decks & kitchen renovations; Built-in cabinets & all trim work specialties; Finished basements; suspended ceilings. Cell/days: 518-506-9051 (C) Home/nights: 399-1655

North Country Home Improvement


Chimneys cleaned, repaired/replaced. Masonry, Foundations, Power washing Siding, Roofing. No money down!! Free est. Ins. 875-9386 or 928-0258 (cell)(C)


GARDEN, LANDSCAPING & TREE SERVICES Complete Tree Care • Stump Removal 37 Yrs. exp. • Free Estimate • Fully Insured



AUTOMOTIVE Buying Unwanted Cars & Trucks, Equipment…Junks, Rusted Out, Broken… I Want Them!! Paying $175 & up. Call Jeff 366-5016. (C)


All Types of Yard Cleanups & Mowing Haul-a-ways. 15 yrs. exp. Call 346-5297 (1006)

This Space 4 Weeks Available $40 FOR ONLY FO

J.R.’s Property Maintenance 557-2389 Mowing, Mulching, Edging, Seasonal Cleanups Planting, Trimming, Weed Control, and more… Sensible Rates – Full Service – Free Estimates (1027)



All carpentry, mouldings, windows, decks, doors, etc. Jobs of all sizes. (1027)


G General Interior Repairs. Specializing in Remodeling Kitchens & Baths. Fully Ins. R


MASONRY Foundation repair, basement waterproofing; sidewalks & patios; chimney repair / rebuild. Senior & veteran disc. 399-8373 577-1591 (C)


Frank Fogg

Site work, demo, insurance work, storm damage, additions. Snowplowing. 858-9831 (1013)




Stairlifts available for your every need! Factory certified technician. Please call to schedule Free in-home consultation! (1027)

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HONEST AND RELIABLE PLUMBING Top Quality Installations & Repairs Evening and Weekend Appointments Avail. Fully Insured. ARKservices (518) 374-2542 (C)

Sales – Installation – Service Residential/Commercial Showroom: 403 West Main St., Amsterdam (C) 842-7370 / 800-842-7370


Full Time Plumber on Staff Remodeling Custom Home Building Excavation Trenchless Underground Technology Family Business... Since 1975


CUSTOM PAINTING 40 yrs. service. Comm./Res. Fully Ins. Paper removal, pressure washing, staining. Free est. Neat & reliable. 885-7009 (1013)

PAINTING SOLUTIONS Int./Ext. painting & staining, wallpaper removal, wall repairs, taping. Res./Comm. Free estimates. Fully insured. 986-1154 (1013)


SUBURBAN SERVICES GROUP Plumbing – Heating – Cooling Licensed, Professional



Flood Damage? Make your house shine like new again with a Prusky Pressure Wash! Call 378-7136 for a Free Estimate or visit online at PruskyServices.Com Schenectady County Chamber Member (1006)



This Space 4 Weeks Available $40

Complete Septic Service; Portable Toilet Rentals



All Types of Roofing, New Roofs & Repair, Siding, Seamless Gutters, Free Estimates, Fully Insured. 631-0572 • 229-4720 (C)


399-3482 Kory Loukes


This Space 4 Weeks Available $40


Licensed and Insured Master Plumber Water Heaters. Faucet and Toilet Repairs. Call 368-0788 & Get $25 off any Service Call! (C)

All Roofing & Repairs. Roofing – Slate

FREE Magic Salt Safety Melt


ACE Plumbing of NY, Inc.

HOME IMPROVEMENTS/UPGRADES Int./Ext. Electrical, Plumbing & Remodeling Generac Authorized Sales & Service 20+ Yrs. exp. Fully ins. Bill 399-2991 (C)

This Space 4 Weeks Available $40







PLUMBING/HEATING ELECTRICAL Licensed Master Electrician Fully Insured • 399-8563 Free Estimates



AWESOME COLORS Quality Painting & Wallpapering Free est. Fully ins. Professional results. Call Perry at 381-1809. (1013)

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Flat Roofs – Painting – Porches – Decks Chimney Repair & Rebuild. Insured. Free est. Ron Bellrose Contracting 346-6140 (1027)

MIKE’S REMODELING Roofing - Slate Repair - Siding - Windows Doors - Porches - Kitchens & Baths. Lead certified. 378-2859 (C)


Karl Yerman Fully Insured – Free Estimates Please call 370-2417.


UNCONTESTED DIVORCE $895 includes filing fees. All documents prepared and filed. No court appearance. Susan Civic, Attorney 376 Broadway, Suite #21, Saratoga Springs. 587-4400 ENTERTAINMENT CENTER. Cherry laminate, 60x21x64”, 32-35” TV. glass door storage, shelves. $50. 899-2883 HOUSE WASHING. Gutter clean outs. Power clean pressure washing. Affordable pricing. 879-2293 All Season Fence Co. Inc Home Depot’s leading fence installers Chain link, Wood, Vinyl, etc. Rock bottom end of season pricing. Free estimates. Insured. 243-9752 or 346-6902

SEALCOATING C. W. SEALCOATING “Serving the Capital District since 2000!” Comm. & Res. Sealcoating. Hot crack filling. Fully ins. Free est. 381-9661 (1013)

Rick Carbone Excavation: House demo, cellar excavation, poured concrete foundations installed & repaired, engineered septic systems, retaining walls, all types of driveways, water lines buried, tree cutting, land cleariing, stump removal, top soil, sand & gravel, lawns installed (seed or sod), fuel tanks installed & removed. Fully ins. 40 yrs. exp. Job satisfaction & reasonable prices guaranteed. Free est. 696-3000 NEW QUEEN MATTRESS set, still in plastics. $150. (518) 260-6653 ARCHIVE IT TO DVD 8 mm / Super 8 mm film. Tapes, editing, and picture tributes. Convert before it’s too late. Call 587-6407


application when you hire us for snow removal, plowing, sidewalk snowblowing. 701-3608 (1027)

This Space 4 Weeks Available $40 FOR ONLY FO

WATER TREATMENT ATMENT TMENT HEY CULLIGAN MAN! Culligan Water Conditioning 374-1805 Call for your free water check-up!


Celebrate Recovery

GLENVILLE – If you’re struggling to find peace, join us at Celebrate Recovery every Tuesday evening at 7pm at Living Hope Christian Church, 126 Saratoga Road (Rt. 50) in Glenville. Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered recovery program that is for anyone who wants to recover from life’s hurts, hang-ups, habits and addictions. It is a safe place to listen and share. For more information visit or call 399-8844. (A)

Little People of America

CAPITAL REGION – A newly formed chapter of Little People of America is now in your area. Little People of America, Inc., is a national non-profit organization that provides support and information to people of short stature and their families. We are the only dwarfism support organization that includes all 200+ forms of dwarfism. Call Nicole at 209-8833 for more information. You can also check out our national website at (A)


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• Walkways • Patios • Pool Decks • Driveways Etc.


Personally Involved In Over 5 Million Sq. Ft. Of Stamped Concrete





Supervisor Saturdays

GLENVILLE – Glenville Town Supervisor Chris Koetzle announces that “Supervisor Saturdays” will continue on the first Saturday of each month from 8:30-11am for town residents who may wish to access town hall and their chief elected official. Residents may also contact the Supervisor at any time at (A)

Transportation for Seniors SCOTIA/GLENVILLE: The Glenville Senior Center offers transportation to seniors who live in the Town of Glenville or Village of Scotia. We’ll take you to the hairdresser, grocery store, Walmart, to visit a friend, the bank, etc. We are not able to transport folks to medical appointments. Available pick up at your home Mon.-Fri., 9am-3pm. For additional information, call 374-0734. Donations gladly accepted. (A)

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DRYWALL REPAIR. Projects any size. Fix, repair, replace sheetrock or plaster. Water damage issues. also install new sheetrock, tape, mud, also painting, remodeling. Professional, will show up. Love what we do. Please call John Fridholm 330-9507 or visit: FIREWOOD FOR SALE: $170/ cord green, $200/ cord seasoned. 409-1923 FALL CLEANUPS. Garden cleanups. Dethatching. Call Dave at Big Dave’s Yard Care LLC. 424-3667 Delivery/Currier Service Prescriptions, shopping, papers. (518) 615-6778 k&

CONTRACTORS & HOME owners dump your clean fill for free on my property Malta Ave. near RT 9 421-4020 DIVORCE UNCONTESTED papers prepared $299. (Includes poor person app.) Separation agreements available. Call 274-0380

WANTED: G.E. Elec-Traks Interested in buying General Electric Elec-Trak lawn tractors. Attachments, accessories, and parts. Call Steve (607) 272-1640

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Last Week’s Answers

GOT SPEEDING TICKETS? Caught speeding on Route 9, the Northway, Thruway or just about anywhere upstate? Don’t plead quilty! AVOID trips to Court, SAVE MONEY on fines and insurance, REDUCE points on your license! Call me first, the farthest you’ll have to go is your mail box! George P. Kansas, Attorney. 14 Forest Rd. Delmar. (518) 365-5756

WE INSULATE. INSULATE sidewall & attics. Cellulose insulation. Free estimate. Call (518)522-9574

Volunteers Needed

CAPITAL REGION – STEP the Saratoga Therapeutic Equestrian Program, a 501 (c)3 not-forprofit organization is seeking volunteers to provide assistance with lessons for special needs children and adults, fix and repair the facility, and promote fundraising. Horse experience is not needed; a caring heart and a love of children and others a necessity! Call 374-5116, email or visit our web at (A)

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MIDDLE GROVE: A “must see” 3+BR log home w/att. 2C gar. on 5 acres. Features a huge LR w/FP, new hickory kit. w/stainless & granite, IG pool, private & tranquil. Reduced to $439,900. Call Eileen MacIntosh, Purdy Realty LLS 448-6257 or 384-1117.

NEW PRICE Hyspot Park, Greenfield Center. 2 BR, 2 BA, 1999 SW, $25,900. Pinnacle Realy 728-8457

Deadline Monday 4pm 11. Computer’s interval between request and delivery (2 wds) 12. Mariner’s aid 13. Clothing 21. Claim 23. Lower surface 25. Forgive 27. Final notice 28. Lover of Aeneas 29. Vertebrate’s brain 31. Iroquoian language 35. Aces, sometimes 36. Chipper 38. Bags with shoulder straps Down 1. City on the Yamuna River 2. Commuter line 3. Above 4. Residential suburb of Washington, D.C. 5. His “4” was retired 6. Frock wearer 7. Imaginary 8. Type of guitar 9. Carpenter’s groove 10. Blue book filler

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2002 LIKE NEW. 4 BR, 2 BA. LR, FR, fireplace, W/D, air, carpet, deck, shed, yard, quiet neighborhood. Exit 8. Shen Schools. 371-9383

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EAST SCHODACK- FOR rent. 2 BR manufactured home. No pets. Long deck, convenient to major highways. $675 to $700/mo. plus security. Call 479-0607

RENTALS NEW VICTORIAN STYLE condo. Pets ok, 1 lg. BR. C/A, gas heat, priv. pkng, billiard room, laundry room, storage room. $850+, short term lease accepted. Cohoes/ Latham. 389-5253 SCOTIA-GLENVILLE For rent. 3 BR manufactured home, large deck, no pets, off street parking, storage shed. $675 to $750/mo. + sec. 377-4519 BURNT HILLS - 2 BR Townhouse: Newly renovated, granite counters, walk-in closets. Energy Star A/C. $850 + utilities. Available now; 11/1/11. 1-877-267-6468 HALFMOON TOWNHOUSE EX. 8, $1,300/ $1,500. 2 BR & loft, 3 BA., high ceilings, 2 car garage, large deck, hardwood flrs, fireplace, 1/4 acre land, 1500 sq. ft plus maintenance package. Pets OK. 389-5253 4 STALL BARN. Close to Harness and Flat Tracks, paddocks available. 518-584-7422

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COMMERCIAL LEASE AVAILABLE. 800 sq. ft. Malta. $800/mo. Pinnacle Realty. 331-9611 DON’T RENT. New 3BR double wide. Own for $639/mo. lot rent incl. Ballston Spa. Hoffman Homes. 884-8383 MALTA/ BALLSTON LAKE apt 1 min from exit 11. 2BR 1 full bath, private patio, Shen SD. $780/mo 505-5068 1 BR UPSTAIRS apt. for rent with heat. $600. Oak St. Corinth. Call 791-5489 Garden Homes Communities FOR SALE OR RENT. 1 BR, 2 BR & 3 BR MANUFACTURED HOMES, FINANCING AVAILABLE. Ravena 756-7473/756-3629 Troy 279-9572 So. Glens Falls 798-5071 Colonie 373-0194 Halfmoon 373-0194 Clifton Park 383-0211 Latham 383-0211 Scotia 377-4519 Selkirk 767-9134/ 767-2367 Saratoga Springs 383-0211

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October 6, 2011

Out of Work? Retired? Stay at Home Mom? Looking to Supplement Your Income? Independent Contractors Needed to deliver the Times Union and related products.

We currently have routes everywhere!Great part-time work.

Earn up to $1,300 per month. Be Your Own Boss! If you are a reliable adult with a good running auto and willing to work from 3-6 am you could make EXTRA CASH delivering the Times Union and other publications close to your neighborhood.

Log On to or call 454-5689

What is most important to you... • Spending time with your family? • Having the ability to set your own schedule? With a lia sophia business, you don’t have to choose. You can have it all! Have your own home-based business and represent a fantastic collection of fashion jewelry. Find out how today! Please Call 518-583-0814 or email

CLERKS NEEDED Work with Auctioneer on Auction Block, Thursdays only. Work in Arbitration, assist with paperwork and data entry. Basic computer skills, customer service and written and verbal communication skills required. AUTOMOTIVE DETAILERS needed. Responsible for cleaning Auction vehicles, Part time, Tues & Wed 8-10 hrs per day, starting at 7AM & Thurs. 7-11 AM. Apply in person Mon through Wed or Friday @ Manheim Albany, PO Box 440, 459 Route 146, Clifton Park, NY. 12065. EEO Employer. YRC IS HIRING drivers! This is a great opportunity for a full-time driving career with a first rate cmpany! Excellent wages, benefits, pension! Albany location. CDL-A w/ Combo and Hazmat. 1 yr. T/T exp. 21 yoa req. EOE-M/F/D/V. APPLY:

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126 Saratoga Road • Scotia, NY 12302 280-3167 ***APPLY WITHIN*** HELP WANTED: Full-time Landscape Laborers / Equipment Operators. Immediate openings. Call Jim at 423-3417.

BRITE BEGINNINGS looking for toddler head teacher. Minimum 2 years exp. Also looking for floater/ asst. teacher. Call 383-3933



BENEFITS, JOB SECURITY, GREAT PAY! Readers Digest called Dental Assisting one of the “RECESSION PROOF” CAREERS in the March 2009 issue!

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Call Karen Today at 363-0008 and secure your place in our next class before it fills up! ACCESS VR, WIA & MYCAA APPROVED! NYS LICENSED!

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• Paying down debt or saving for the future?

ATTENTION: Water Tech. & Customer Service positions: Training provided. Must be a HS Grad Starting $535 per wk. Benefits & bonuses. 899-5555 H2o Solutions

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PART-TIME HELP WANTED for small eco-friendly cleaning company, Mon.-Fri., 8:30am-2:30pm; hours & days are flexible. Please call 817-2948 TELEPHONE TALKERS: Part-time days 10am-2pm or eves. 5-9pm; Mon.-Fri. and/or Sat. Choose hours. Very flexible. Fundraising campaigns. Guar. $9.50/hr. + bonuses to start. Must be mature, dependable & have good communication skills. Casual, friendly atmosphere! Perfect for homemakers or retirees. Call 372-3645, leave message.


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BROADWAY USED TIRES 1471 Broadway • Schenectady

SAVE UP TO 70% OVER NEW TIRES Thousands of High Quality Used Tires Starting at $ 00 *

20 – 13 inch $ 25 00 – 14 inch * $ 30 00 & up – 15 inch *

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$ CARS WANTED $ We buy cars and trucks. Looking to sell a car or truck? Give us a call. Best prices paid. 347-2277

Wanted: Cars/Trucks. Buying unwanted cars, trucks,equip. junks, rusted out, broken. Paying $175 & up. 366-5016

Autos Wanted: Cash paid. Junk cars/trucks/vans. Free towing. No title needed. Fast, same day serv. John (518) 370-6166

JUNK CARS WANTED $100- $500 for cars, trucks. Cash. Free pick-up. 365-3368

2003 VW PASSAT. ALL WD Wagon. Manual transmission. Runs great, good condition. 137,000 mi. $4900. 423-3540 CARAVAN YR. 2000 7 pass,enger, duel sliders. $1295. First reasonable offer, will go quickly. 409-5750

1998 JEEP CHEROKEE classic 4x4, 4.0 liter, auto, power, everything, cruise, Alpine radio/CD, excellent winter vehicle. $2,500, 654-7927 DONATE YOU CAR. FREE TOWING “Cars for Kids” Any condition. Tax deductible. Outreach Center 1-800-521-7566

Stuff Their Stockings with Solutions for Their Sleigh (MS) -- Whether the person on your gift list loves anything with wheels, has a new car under the tree or just needs a few holiday tips to make their “lump of coal” car shine like a holiday ornament, here are some easy ideas for stuffing their stockings.

tered, closely resembles the North Pole, the elves in the research labs there have been developing creative new solutions to help car owners maintain and improve their vehicles, just in time for winter weather and holiday giving.

While some might say St. Paul, Minn., where 3M is headquar-

This year, the 3M automotive elves recommend:

* Paint Restoration System from 3M: Winter salt and sludge can leave your car’s finish as dull as a burned out holiday bulb. You can restore that showroom shine with the Paint Restoration System from 3M, a three-step process that removes swirl marks, minor scratches and oxidized paint. Add a buffer/polisher to the gift list, and

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it’s the perfect present for your paint. * Lens Renewal Kit from 3M: Dashing through the snow on a winter’s night isn’t smart with headlights that aren’t bright. But with the Lens Renewal Kit from 3M, car owners can make their headlights shine brighter than Rudolph’s nose and improve their safety on their holiday travels. It’s a gift that keeps on giving. * Scratch Removal System from 3M: Hauling all those holiday packages out of the sleigh can leave scratches on the rear bumper. No need to worry. The Scratch Removal System from 3M provides an easy step by step solution for removing these small scratches faster than holiday wrapping paper, and leave the car looking like brand new. Custom Image Kit from 3M: Give your vehicle its very own present this holiday season by personalizing it with a custom matte image. The Custom Image Kit from 3M utilizes abrasive and film technology to apply your desired “decal” by hand. Plus, you can remove the graphic if desired and restore the finish.

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2 Locations to Serve You Better Elmo's Autobody & Collision is the 1st Autobody Shop in Saratoga & Schenectady County to " Go Green" ! 1143 Ballston Lake Rd., Celebrating 20 Years Of Service! Ballston Lake, NY 12019 22 Freeman’s Bridge Rd., Scotia, NY 12302 (Formerly D&D Automotive)


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PINK FEATHERS $15.00 Donation Your $10 donation will be given to Making Strides Against Breast Cancer (Local Chapter). Your donation includes the application of one Pink SO.CAP.USA Hair Extension!

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