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SCOTIA - Please join us for a presentation on the subject of Downsizing which will be held on January 15, 2017 at: Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, 103 South Reynolds Street, Scotia, NY 12302. Our presenter will be Antoinette Wallace, OT/L, MBA, LNHA. The program is free, including a light lunch, please call the church at (518) 393-5031 to register in advance. Lunch is served at 12:15PM and the discussion begins at 12:45PM.

TOGETHER UNTIL THE END: SCHENECTADY IN WORLD WAR I

SCHENECTADY - Exhibition opening reception featuring a talk with Professor Richard Fogarty, UAlbany, January 21st at 2 PM at the Schenectady County Historical Society. Devastating, morbid, and totally unprecedented, World War I changed our world entirely, and redefined modernity. Now, 100 years later, we’re exploring the Great War’s effect on Schenectady and the people who lived here. The soldiers who fought, the nurses who cared, and everyone at home whose world was reshaped, completely. Join us throughout 2017 for programs, films, and exhibition exploring Schenectady in the World War I. Kicking things off is the opening reception for the exhibition, Together Until the End: Schenectady in World War I, featuring a talk by Dr. Richard Fogarty -- UAlbany associate professor and expert in 20th century war and society. Light refreshments served. 32 Washington Ave, Schenectady, NY 12305. (518) 374-0263.

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CAPITAL DISTRICT - Don’t miss this opportunity to hear the timeless music of George Gershwin performed by the Burnt Hills Oratorio Society. Scheduled for Saturday, February 4, 2017, experience the fun of a cabaret dinner theatre. Set in the elegant Vista Ballroom, Van Patten Golf Club, Clifton Park, this great night-out begins with a sumptuous dinner (6:00pm) and cash bar (5:30pm). The performance starts at 7:00pm. The chorus will be accompanied by a four-piece jazz combo. Seating is limited. The last day to purchase tickets is January 27. For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit our website at www.BHOS.us or call (518) 416-4060.

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SCHENECTADY COUNTY 4-H DOG CARE AND TRAINING CLASS SCHENECTADY - Schenectady County 4-H will be holding a Dog Care and Training Course for youth starting this winter. The organizational meeting will take place on Sunday, January 15, 2017 at 2:00pm at Central Park Greenhouse, 180 Ptl. Arthur Chaires Lane, Schenectady. The course is open to youth ages 8-18 as of Jan. 1, 2017. The program will consist of at least 8 sessions and may

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YOUNG ONSET PARKINSON’S DISEASE (YOPD) SUPPORT GROUP

CAPITAL DISTRICT - The monthly meeting of the YOPD Support Group is scheduled Saturday, January 21, 2017, 2:00-4:00 p.m. at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 510 Albany-Shaker Road, Loudonville, New York. Program: Dr. Julie Lynch, a clinical neuropsychologist, is the speaker. As a neuropsychologist, Dr. Lynch has specialty training in understanding the relationship of the brain to specific abilities. She works with Parkinson’s patients in areas such as attention, memory, problem solving, and emotional adjustment. In addition, Dr. Lynch has a general clinical practice. 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 518-371-0448, after 3:00 p.m.

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By the time you’ll be reading this, we’ll be in the middle of what is normally the coldest week of winter although it looks like this year’s first cold snap has relented. When I think of cold, I always think of the 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 also known as “The Year There Was No Summer” and “Eighteen Hundred and Froze To Death”. It seems that 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. On the Indonesian archipelago the impact was, of course, devastating with estimates of up to thousands of deaths. 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”. Other theories involve sunspot activity and still other theories revolve around larger cycles of warm and cool climate conditions that occur every 210 years or so. Regardless of the reason or reasons, the tribulations of the summer of 1816 are legend and had a hand in, among other things, the migration of many New Englanders and New Yorkers out of those areas, and a wave of migration out of central Europe and England to the United States. 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 in. 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. The important corn crop was virtually wiped out along with most other crops. Even the leaves on all the trees froze, blackened and fell to the ground. There was light snow on June 6th in New York and New England and on the 7th and 8th; more snow was reported 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! Remember that this is 1816. No one knew about a huge volcano thousands of miles away. Even if they did they had no reason to believe that it should have any effect on them. All they knew was that their crops were dead and, if they couldn’t get more in right away, starvation the following winter was a real possibility. Talk of famine and the wrath of God were widespread. 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 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. There was no snow in July of 1816 but 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. Many wondered what they had done to incur His wrath. 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 (which, at that time, were just about everybody) were optimistic that, if they got a break in September, things would be all right. You’ve got to remember that the only food they’d have the following winter would be what they could grow that summer. 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; especially for the poor and sustenance farmers who were isolated and depended on their crops to survive. 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. Beginning in 1817, there was a mass migration out of New England to the newly tamed (Indians finally killed or driven out) Ohio valley. The temptations of level ground and an easier climate were too much for many who managed to survive that terrible summer of ’16 and winter of ’17. “The Year There Was No Summer” wasn’t strictly a Northeastern North American event. England, France, Germany and most of Eastern Europe endured a similarly disastrous season. It wasn’t as cold as New England in Europe but they had flooding and wet weather that resulted in crop failures of similar proportions. Food riots erupted in England, France, Switzerland, and Scotland as famished people broke into warehouses and took whatever they found edible. For many of these starving Europeans, the lure of the bountiful life in the United States was irresistible at that point. Unaware that conditions were the same on the western side of the Atlantic, they arrived in the New World only to suffer more privations. Many continued their exodus into the interior to begin settling the mid-west alongside recently displaced New Englanders. Our modern transportation system would prevent famine if another “Year There Was No Summer” occurred now. When the rain and the cold get you down remember, it could be a lot worse. We have seen some crazy weather lately but it’s nothing when compared to the trials that 1816 put our forefathers through. Thanks for the read.

SOUTHERN SARATOGA COUNTY WOMAN’S CLUB MEETING

REXFORD - The Southern Saratoga County Woman’s Club will hold its January 2017 Club Meeting on Thursday, January 12, at 7 pm at the Rexford Fire House, 1601 NY Route 146, Rexford, NY. Speaker will be Isabel Prescott, local farmer, and owner of Riverview Orchards, who will speak about bees, their importance and their ongoing hive health issues. She will also display and talk about her bee keeping protective gear. The meeting is open to the public and refreshments will be served. Interested prospective members are encouraged to attend. The Club is preparing for its 41st Annual Antique Show and Sale to be held at Shenendehowas High School East on Sunday, February 5 from 10 to 4. For information call 877-5514.

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SCHENECTADY - During the month of January the Whitney Book Corner, 600 Union Street, Schenectady will hold a storewide clearance sale through January 14. Also, all media (DVDs, CDs, audio books) will be half price the entire month. Regular store hours are Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. (Thursday until 7 p.m.), and Sunday 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. On the first Thursday of each month from 4-7 pm books are half price. The Whitney Book Corner sells quality used books at reasonable prices as well as used audio books, CDs and DVDs. It is operated by the Friends of Schenectady County Public Library. All proceeds benefit the library system.

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

CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION 2017 EVENTS

CAPITAL DISTRICT - • CF Climb, Saturday, February 25, 2017 at the Corning Tower in Albany. Climb 42 floors, 809 steps as an individual, first responder or part of a four-person relay team. For more information visit: fightcf.cff.org/albanyclimb • CF Cycle for Life, Sunday, September 10, 2017 in Saratoga Springs. Enjoy a 17, 32 or 62 mile ride through some of the most scenic terrain in Saratoga County. http://fightcf.cff.org/saratogasprings • Albany Great Strides, Saturday, May 20, 2017 at the Crossings Park of Colonie – South Pavilion. Great Strides is a fun-filled event where you can walk with family, friends, neighbors and co-workers to support the search for a cure for cystic fibrosis. For more information visit: www.cff.org/greatstrides • Fonda Great Strides, Sunday, May 7, 2017 at FondaFultonville Central School. Great Strides is a fun-filled event where you can walk with family, friends, neighbors and coworkers to support the search for a cure for cystic fibrosis. For more information visit: www.cff.org/greatstrides • Glens Falls Great Strides, Saturday, May 20, 2017 at Crandall Park. Great Strides is a fun-filled event where you can walk with family, friends, neighbors and co-workers to support the search for a cure for cystic fibrosis. For more information visit: www. cff.org/greatstrides • Grafton Great Strides, Sunday, May 21, 2017 at Grafton Lake State Park. Great Strides is a fun-filled event where you can walk with family, friends, neighbors and co-workers to support the search for a cure for cystic fibrosis. For more information visit: www.cff.org/greatstrides

ELIJAH – CALL FOR SINGERS BURNT HILLS ORATORIO SOCIETY

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

FRIENDS OF SCPL TRIP TO CANADIAN ROCKIES

SCHENECTADY - The Friends of the Schenectady County Public Library, along with Collette Travel, are sponsoring a 9 day trip to the Canadian Rockies in July 2017. Highlights of the tour include travel from Vancouver via dome car, stays at Jasper, Lake Louise and Banff and tickets to the famed Calgary Stampede. For more information contact Sue Crawford at 518 372-1198 or visit the Friends website at www.friendsofscpl.org.

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RICHARD’S FUELS INC Serving The Capital District DELIVERING

• DIESEL 10¢ OFF • FUEL OIL - $2.409 PER GALLON WITH CASH • KEROSENE - $2.919 Prices Subject To Change On Market Fluctuation

OUR PRICES ARE

INSANE!

371-2382 STEP VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

SARATOGA COUNTY - STEP Saratoga Therapeutic Equestrian Program is looking for paper jockeys, poop pickers ,sidewalkers and Lesson leaders to care for our horses and participate in Equine Assisted Therapy programs at its home stable in Glenville NY. Please email stepatnfec@yahoo.com,web: www.stepup-nfec.org; FACEBOOK or call (518) 374.5116 STEP: “SUCCESS THROUGH EQUINES & PEOPLE!”

HELPFUL HANDYMAN, LLC

RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE • REMODELING • CARPENTRY • PLUMBING • PAINTING • ELECTRICAL

FULLY INSURED FREE ESTIMATES CALL PETER FIORINO

237-6657 or 470-5995

“TOPS” TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSIBLY

GLENVILLE – TOPS meets every Thursday evening at 6:30pm at Immaculate Conception Church, 400 Saratoga Rd., Glenville. Please check us out if you would like a fresh start and looking to change your weight loss routine. For more information, please call 374-9659.

Painters Plus NY LLC

For all your painting and building needs.

Chris Nace • Owner Serving all of Upstate New York

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Coverage Countdown to January 31, 2017! You must apply for enrollment through www.nystateofhealth.ny.gov by January 31 to have health insurance in 2017. • Do you need health insurance? • Are you shopping for coverage but haven’t made a decision yet? • Have you already chosen a plan, but want to reconsider? • Do you know about the Essential Plan, with monthly premiums that are either FREE or $20 based on your income? Fidelis Care can answer all your health insurance questions and help you apply for enrollment through www.nystateofhealth.ny.gov.

Fidelis Care is committed to providing you with excellent customer service. We are here to help! Call 1-888-FIDELIS for more information or to make an appointment with a Health Benefit Representative. You can also visit fideliscare.org/offices to find a community office close to you. Get a free estimate in 60 seconds or less by visiting our Affordable Care Advisor at fideliscare.org/enroll. To learn more about applying for health insurance including Child Health Plus and Medicaid through NY State of Health, the Official Health Plan Marketplace, visit www.nystateofhealth.ny.gov or call 1-855-355-5777.


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WWW.SORRENTINOSDELIANDMARKET.COM Kevin C. Loukes, Owner

Specializing in Weddings and Graduations

Free Estimated – Fully Insured Family Owned and Operated Over 35 Years Experience

399-1323 SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE SEEKING CANDIDATES

BURNT HILLS/BALLSTON LAKE - The Scholarship Committee of the Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Womens Club is seeking candidates for several GFWC New York State Scholarships. The Olive B. O’Connor Music Award for High School Seniors planning on a career in Music; the Francis Bailey Scholarship also for High School Seniors and the Sandy Zirlin Award for a College Junior or Senior majoring in Art. The local Club also awards its Scholarship to a BH-BL Senior; the Jane Coffey Music Award open to candidates from BH-BL, Scotia Glenville, Galway and Ballston Spa and the Olga Stryjski Conservation Award. Applications may be obtained at the High School Guidance Office or by calling 882-9476.

FREE EXERCISE PROGRAM FOR SENIORS

SARATOGA COUNTY - Would you like to increase your strength, flexibility, and balance while decreasing your risk of falls and broken bones? The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) of Saratoga County’s Office for the Aging sponsors Osteoporosis Prevention Exercise Classes throughout Saratoga County for people over 50. This low impact program can help improve your health and well being and you can have fun while you’re at it! Classes meet at least twice a week and weights are provided. Locations include Ballston Spa, Malta, Saratoga Springs, Clifton Park, Halfmoon, Wilton, Schuylerville, Greenfield Center, South Glens Falls, Hadley and Corinth. For information about how to jump start your New Year call Jen Buscema at 884-4110.

IF YOU CAN STAND THE HEAT ...

SARATOGA COUNTY - Then become a Kitchen Helper for The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of Saratoga County’s Office for the Aging! If you are over the age of 55, love working with seniors, and enjoy prepping and serving food, then this unique volunteer opportunity is for you! Kitchen Helpers assist with meal preparation and serving for the Senior Nutrition Program in locations throughout Saratoga County. Training is provided, hours are flexible, and volunteers can assist Monday through Friday between the hours of 9:30 am and 1:30 pm. Please contact Jen Buscema at 884-4110 if you are interested in lending a helping hand!

SCOTIA-GLENVILLE FOOD PANTRY

SCOTIA – The S-G Food Pantry, located at the City View Church, 132 Mohawk Ave., Scotia, provides a 3-day supply of food to residents of Scotia-Glenville. Pantry is open Tuesdays 5:30-7:00pm and Fridays 9:00-11:00am. Information: 3999426, ask for Janice Cooper; or call Tim Horn at 377-0372.

Delicatessen & Market

Quality Meats • Fresh Produce • Catering • Subs • Groceries

Sausage of the Week

241 Grooms Rd., Halfmoon • 371-3479 40 Main St., South Glens Falls • 798-0273

ROASTED RED PEPPER

Open Mon-Sat 8:30-7; Sun 9-5

Start Off The Year With Our Super Specials!

WITH FRESH BASIL & PORTOBELLO MUSHROOMS

$

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• • • • • • 95% Fat Free • • • $ lb. • • 85% Fat Free • GROUND • CHUCK • $ • lb. • 10 LB. BAG $3.29 LB.

CHICKEN BREAST $ 1.69 lb. 10 LB. BAG $ 1.39 lb.

GROUND ROUND

4.29

3.99

5.50

OVERSTUFFED FOOT LONG SUB OF THE WEEK • USDA NY STRIP STEAKS .................................... 6.99 LB. • FRESH CUT CHICKEN WINGS............................. 2.99 LB. • BONELESS CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS ......... 2.99 LB. • HEREFORD CHOICE BEEF BRISKET ................. 3.69 LB. • FRESH PORK TENDERLOIN ................................ 3.69 LB. • LEAN & TENDER STEW BEEF ............................ 3.99 LB. • BONELESS PORK BUTT (GREAT FOR PULLED PORK) ..... 2.29 LB.

HAM & CHEESE

LAND O’LAKES AMERICAN CHEESE........... 4.29 LB. SORRENTO PROVOLONE ................................... 4.29 LB. BOAR’S HEAD HAM CAPPY ........................... 8.29 LB. CARANDO GENOA SALAMI ............................5.29 LB. EXECUTIVE CHEF TURKEY BREAST .............5.29 LB. CARANDO SLICING PEPPERONI ................... 6.29 LB. N.Y. STATE NATIONAL BLACK ANGUS ROAST BEEF .. 9.29 LB. CAROLINA DELI TURKEY ................................. 3.99 LB. HORMEL “EXTRA LEAN” COOKED HAM ... 3.99 LB. BANANAS .................................................................... 33¢ LB. ICEBERG LETTUCE ............................................ 99¢ HD. BROCCOLI CROWNS .............................................. 89¢ LB. EGGPLANT ................................................................. 79¢ LB. GREEN CABBAGE ................................................... 39¢ LB. LARGE TOMATOES ................................................. 69¢ LB. COOKING ONIONS .......................... 3 LB. BAG 1.29 EA.

WEDNESDAY IS SENIOR DISCOUNT DAY - 10% OFF MOST ITEMS

Pumping Installation & Repairs Mortgage Inspections

RENT

Your Fully Equipped Flushable Portable Restrooms

WEDNESDAY IS SENIOR DISCOUNT DAY - 10% OFF MOST ITEMS

COMPLETE SEPTIC SERVICE

PRICES EFFECTIVE SATURDAY, JAN. 14 thru FRIDAY, JAN. 20

CARE LINKS OF SOUTHERN SARATOGA CO. YOUR NEIGHBOR CAN HELP YOU STAY IN YOUR HOME

SARATOGA COUNTY - Are you finding that it is harder to see other people during the winter? Would it help to have someone pay a friendly visit to make these days go by faster? Is it difficult to do your own shopping? Care Links’ volunteers welcome the opportunity to visit, help with grocery shopping, or do simple chores. Everyone in the program enjoys making a contribution by helping others out. Call 399-3262 to find out how the free services of this program can make your life easier with many different services.

NIGHTINGALE’S MAPLE FARM

100% PURE Makes A Great Gift!

MAPLE SYRUP & Confections

Shipping Available OPEN ALL YEAR

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FREE PRESCHOOL Saratoga County EOC Head Start Free Preschool Programs For Children 6 Weeks - 5 Years

Head Start Is For Limited Income Families • NYS Day Care Licensed Classrooms • NYS Certified Pre-Kindergarten Teachers • Breakfast and Lunch Daily • Programs for Children with Disabilities • Parents Provide Transportation • Home-Base Programs for Pregnant Women, Infants, Toddlers, Pre-Schoolers Head Start locations: Ballston Spa, Burnt Hills/Ballston Lake, Clifton Park, Halfmoon, Corinth, South Glens Falls, Galway, Saratoga, Greenfield, Mechanicville, Stillwater, Schuylerville, Waterford

Call 288-3206 for information GIVE A NEIGHBOR A LIFT!

SARATOGA COUNTY - If you are over 55 and enjoy driving, then this is the volunteer opportunity for you! The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of Saratoga County’s Office for the Aging provides rides to seniors in our community to medical appointments inside and outside of Saratoga County. There is no minimum requirement for hours volunteered, so if you have some extra time and would like to lend a helping hand, please reach out and call Jen Buscema at 884-4110.

GLENVILLE LOCAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION MEETINGS

GLENVILLE - The Glenville Local Development Corporation has published its Board of Directors meeting schedule for 2017. Dates are as follows: January 10; February 7; March 7; April 11; May 9; June 13; July 11; August 8; September 12; October 10; November 14; December 12. The dates will also be published on the GLDC website at www.glenvilleldc.org.Meetings are held at 7:30 AM at the Glenville Municipal Building, 18 Glenridge Road. The public is invited.

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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 volcoorjnp@nycap.rr.com.

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 EKL@ nycap.rr.com

ARE YOU A FAMILY MEMBER IN CRISIS?

GLENVILLE – Families Anonymous is a free support group for family and friends of a loved one who is suffering from alcohol, drugs, or other addictive behavior. You are not alone and there is help. Meetings are every Monday at 7:15pm at Conifer Park (not associated), 79 Glenridge Road, Glenville, off main lobby in room 117. Come listen to other FA members, become stronger, and learn new ways to improve the situation. For more information, contact Sharon at 518-488-0995, or e-mail saphelps055@gmail.com

Adopt A Pet... Pets of the Week Rusty

is a Pug/Chihuahua that was surrendered to the shelter by his owner because he was constantly digging out of the fence and getting loose. He is up to date on shots.

Kirby 5

TRANSPORTATION

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., 9:00am3:00pm. For additional information, call 374-0734. Donations gladly accepted.

Their Mother is Shitzu and Pomeranian... Dad is Chihuahua mix. They are owner surrenders. Vet checked, up to date on shots and adorable.

For further information on adopting please call

ADIRONDACK SAVE A STRAY 518-654-6220

For our full pet listing please visit our petfinder page at www.petfinder.com/shelters/ny61.html


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WINTER FUN Don’t miss out on this special offer that gives you extended exposure to a wide audience of readers.

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Sales Effective: January 12th thru January 18th

1473 ROUTE 9 IN HALFMOON • 371-5333 CERTIFIED ANGUS BEEF PRIME WEDNESDAY SPECIAL! • JAN. 18th

CERTIFIED ANGUS BEEF PRIME

KANSAS CITY STRIP STEAK ..9.99 lb CERTIFIED ANGUS BEEF PRIME

BNLS. STRIP STEAKS ...... 10.99 lb

Chairmans Reserve Whole Bone-In

PORK LOINS .......

BOTTOM ROUND RUMP ROAST..3.99 lb

FOR SPACE RESERVATIONS CALL: Pennysaver, Moneysaver & The Weekly (518) 454-5501 (Fax 454-5541) • P.O. BOX 1450, CLIFTON PARK, NY 12065 In Corinth (518) 654-9331 (Fax 654-2935) • 229 MAIN ST., CORINTH, NY 12822

PEER CONNECTION PROGRAM

A O s Se n e TV n !

SARATOGA COUNTY - The Saratoga County Veterans Peer Connection falls under the New York State PFC Joseph Dwyer Program. The aim is to assist Veterans by pairing them with another Veteran who has had similar life experiences, in order to provide for a meaningful relationship. The program pairs established Veterans with returning Veterans who are experiencing posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or other re-acclimation challenges. Personalized and informal, these pairings yield understanding and rapport intended to ease the transition from combat to civilian life. The trained mentors have access to local and county resources as well as a clear understanding of state and national opportunities. While the main goal is to provide each Veteran with a meaningful and dependable relationship, other types of assistance may include: job hunting, academic pursuits, life skills, guidance, peer support, encouragement, and understanding. We also have an active mentoring program to Veterans currently in the Saratoga County Jail; have a Vets and Pets program aimed at connecting Veterans with companion animals in conjunction with the Saratoga County Animal Shelter. Currently, Veterans are meeting casually at Saratoga Coffee Traders on Broadway in Saratoga Springs, Tuesday evenings from 6-8 pm for coffee and conversation. All Veterans are welcome. If you would like more information, please contact the program coordinator at (518) 884-4999. You can also check out the program at www.veteranspeerconnection.org, or the Facebook page: Saratoga County Veterans Peer Connection.

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FINANCING FOR 1 FULL YEAR!

10 LB. BAG SAVINGS

1.69 lb

CERTIFIED ANGUS BEEF PRIME

CHICKEN BREAST 10 Lb. Bag

CERTIFIED ANGUS BEEF PRIME EXTRA LEAN

10 Lb. Bag .............................................

CERTIFIED ANGUS BEEF PRIME EXTRA LEAN

With Purchase of $25 or More of any other Meat or Products. Per Bag. FRED’S OWN - HOT OR SWEET, LINK OR LOOSE

BOTTOM ROUND POT ROAST .3.99 lb

OFFER GOOD DECEMBER 1, 2016 THROUGH FEBRUARY 23, 2017

1.99 lb

Roast, Chops, Country Style Ribs - Custom Cut To Your Specifications

CERTIFIED ANGUS BEEF PRIME

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CUBE STEAK .....................................5.99 lb

With Purchase of $25 or More of any other Meat or Products. Per Bag.

90% GROUND SIRLOIN

3.99 lb 80% GROUND CHUCK 10 Lb. Bag ............................................. 2.59 lb

STEWING BEEF ...............................5.99 lb ITALIAN SAUSAGE 10 Lb. Bag 3.29 lb SUB PRIMAL SALE CERTIFIED ANGUS BEEF PRIME 15-17 LB. AVG.

FROM OUR DELICATESSEN

FRED’S OWN - HICKORY SMOKED

BAKED HAM......................... 8.99 lb

WHOLE BONE-IN STRIPS ........7.99 lb BLACK FOREST BAKED HAM 8.99 lb FRED’S OWN

CERTIFIED ANGUS BEEF PRIME 12-15 LB. AVG.

FRED’S OWN

CERTIFIED ANGUS BEEF PRIME 18-20 LB. AVG.

N.Y. STATE - SMOKED

HONEY BAKED HAM ........... 8.99 lb

OWN - ALL BEEF WHOLE TOP SIRLOINS ......3.99 lb FRED’S BOLOGNA ............................. 4.99 lb CERTIFIED ANGUS BEEF - 15-17 LB. AVG. FRED’S OWN - HICKORY SMOKED WHOLE BRISKETS ..................3.99 lb CANADIAN BACON .............. 6.99 lb

WHOLE PRIME RIBS ........... 8.99 lb

FRESH FISH

GLOUCESTER TO FRED’S FRESH, NEW ENGLAND

HADDOCK FILLETS .. 10.99 LB. OCEAN FRESH

MOZZARELLA SLICING CHEESE CABOT (VERMONT)

5.99 lb

SHARP WHITE SLICING CHEDDAR CHEESE ................ 5.99 lb GENOA OR HARD SALAMI 5.99 lb

ITALIAN SPECIALTIES TOMATOES D.O.P. ........... 2.99 28 OZ. NAPOLI SAN MARZANO

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SWORDFISH STEAKS . 12.99 LB. EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL. 9.99 16 OZ.

WINDOW SALE

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SIDING & WINDOWS

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1-800-464-2208

WE WILL BEAT ALL THE OTHER GUYS’ PRICING ... 1st 50 Callers Take An Additional 10% OFF! CALL THE REST, THEN CALL THE BEST!


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Business & Service Guide Antiques

ANTIQUES WANTED

One piece or a house full. Cash paid. Your local established dealer. AFFORDABLE ANTIQUES, 725 Saratoga Road, Burnt Hills Wed.-Sun., 10am-5pm 384-0702 (C)

Chimneys PREVENT CHIIMNEY FIRES

Call Blue Goose Chimney Sweep! Sweeping, repairs, chimney caps, dryer vent cleaning & more. Discount for seniors. 372-1664 (0126)

Demolition & Excavation

214-4082

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

COPPOLA & SONS

399-1255 or 365-8412

Concrete, water lines, sewer lines, foundations and drainage. Fully insured. Free estimates. (0126)

Call 454-5503 For Details

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JOE CARACCIOLO ELECTRIC Licensed Master Electricians 38 Yrs. Experience / Family Business Father & Son Licensed Fully Insured / Free Estimates 399-8563 or 441-2277 (C)

A1 ELECTRIC

Generator & Full Service Electrical Contractor Auto Standby Generator Dealer & Installer Licensed. Fully insured. (518) 399-2991 A1ElectricGenerators.com (C)

Flooring TERRY’S FLOORS

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

J & F LAWN & YARD CARE, LLC Mowing, clean-ups, mulch, landscaping & all other yard care services. Comm./Res. Fully ins. 399-5865 (C)

Carpet - Hardwood - LVT Where the owner is the installer! Visit our showroom in Burnt Hills. terrysfloors.com 399-0307 (0302)

Home Repair

Garden, Landscaping & Tree Services

339-5484 All carpentry, mouldings, windows, decks, doors, etc. Jobs of all sizes. (0309)

D & L Tree Service

Complete Tree Care • Stump Removal 37 Yrs. exp. • Free Estimate • Fully Insured 399-1006 (C)

Wade’s Tree Service & Landscape Co.

Complete Tree Care Service. 10% discount with ad. Light Landscaping Service. Fully ins. Free est. 35 yrs. experience. Certified Arborist. 384-7285 (C)

REED’S TREE SERVICE & GC, LLC

SPACE AVAILABLE

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937-1400 Tree removal, pruning, trimming, stump removal, tree climber & more. Snowplowing. General Contractor. No job too big or too small! Serving the local community. Here for your everyday needs! Fully ins. (0119)

Carpentry Plus

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)

FRIDHOLM PAINTING & REMODELING

Bathrooms, basements, finish carpentry, tile work, plaster/drywall, plumbing, painting. We love what we do! 330-9507 or jfridholm.com (C)


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Additions, Dormers, Kitchens, Baths, Railings, Painting, Stairs (spiral-circular), Mantles, Custom Cabinetry, Decks, Siding, Doors & Windows. Free Estimates – 23 years exp. 346-6784 or 330-2316 (cell) (0112)

COPPOLA & SONS

399-1255 or 365-8412 Complete exterior home beautification. Roofing, siding, windows, paving, concrete work. “Winter garage package specials” Fully insured. Free estimates. (0126)

Bill McGrath Remodeling & Home Repair

Decks, Dormers, Sidewalks, Patios, Electrical, Plumbing, Kit., Baths, Painting, Landscaping. We do it all. 25 yrs. exp. Fully ins. Scotia, NY 518.365.4287 Billmcgrathremodeling@gmail.com (0126)

HOME REPAIR AND REMODELING Handy man services to full room remodeling. Reliable and affordable. Brandon 225-1758 (0126)

Junk Removal All Junk Removal. Professional cleanout services. Attics, apts., basements, garages, or yards. Lowest prices, quick service. Call Marc 763-3117. 10% senior/ military disc. (0202)

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Mattress Cleaning

In-Home or Business. Mattress sanitizing; effectively reducing mold spores, dander, dust mites, pollen, body odors, bugs, mildew, viruses, fungi & more. Call us for a FREE In-Home or Business Evaluation & Estimate. 518-879-4420 Advanced Purification. (0119)

Painting & Wallpapering

FRIDHOLM PAINTING & REMODELING

Int./ext. painting & staining, popcorn & cathedral ceilings, wallpaper stripping. Plaster/ drywall repair. We love what we do! 330-9507 jfridholm.com (C)

PAINTING SOLUTIONS

Interior Painting & Staining, Wallpaper Removal, Wall Repairs, Taping. Res./ Comm. Free est. Fully ins. 986-1154 www.dps518.com (0119)

Pet Services

PET CARE By DEBBIE SKODA

Professional In-Home Pet Sitting Service 17 yrs. exp. Specializing in Cats & Dogs Vacations—Weekends—Mid Day Dog Walks www.petcarebydebbie.com 518-399-5758 (C)

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

214-4082

Full Time Plumber on Staff Remodeling Custom Home Building Excavation Trenchless Underground Technology Family Business... Since 1975 www.bellamys.com (C)

SUBURBAN SERVICES GROUP

Plumbing – Heating – Cooling Never go powerless! Largest automatic standby generator dealer & installer in the area! Licensed. Professional. 399-6808 (C)

HOME IMPROVEMENTS/ UPGRADES

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

Roofing

TORRES CONTRACTING & CHIMNEY REPAIR

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

MIKE’S REMODELING

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

RON BELLROSE Roofing & Contracting Get the Job Done Right! Roofing, Painting, Porches, Decks, Chimney Repair/Rebuild. Specializing in Slate Roof Repair. Free Est. Insured. 346-6140 10% off with this ad! (C)


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Septic Services

I buy coins, sterling silver, gold & gold filled / jewelry, diamonds, Silver plated items, Costume Jewelry collections, Watches old & new, old currency., small antiques, militaria. Buying all gift cards 50 cents on the dollar. I also purchase complete estates & I do estate sales as well. Please don’t hesitate to call! Will travel for large amounts of goods. Fair & honest get your money now! Call Ray 20 years of experience or come to our store at 53 Milton Avenue Ballston Spa NY . 518-309-3810.

MISCELLANEOUS

Are you a caretaker for things collecting dust? Would you like to lift that responsibility? Could you make better use of your time & money? Looking to have an estate sale and need guidance? Roadshow sponsor Mark Lawson Antiques has been the region’s trusted resource for over 20 years helping clients sell their Antiques & Fine Art, Jewelry & Diamonds, Coins & Collections. Scrap Gold, Old Toys, Costume Jewelry, & Silver. By appointment at convenient locations in Saratoga and Albany, Housecalls Available, Call for Brochure 5 1 8 - 5 8 7 - 8 7 8 7 marklawson.com

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399-1255 or 365-8412 Camera diagnosis of septic issues New septic systems, repair of old systems. Fully insured, free estimates. (0126)

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ODORLESS SANITARY CLEANERS Complete Septic Service 399-3482 Kory Loukes (C)

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A - Z PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Get ready for the New Year! Handyman, roofing, painting, flooring. Call (518) 522-0630 C. L. HOME IMPROVEMENTS Taking care of all your window and remodeling needs. Neat and dependable. Fully insured. Free estimates. Call Rich (518) 528-7173.

• Pennysaver • Moneysaver • The Weekly • DIVORCE Uncontested Divorce papers prepared $349 274-0380 EVICTION SQUAD OF NY No rent, Undesirables, Squatters. “Let us handle it.” (518) 701-1543 24/7. EXCAVATION, STONE & TOPSOIL Water diversion, driveways, brush hog, land clearing, septics. 944-3672

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

FIREWOOD FREE Delivery Fresh cut, semi seasoned. Seasoned 1 yr. or 2 yr. Boiler wood sizes available. Also log length. 313-9769.

CASH FOR ANTIQUES Used furniture, silver and gold jewelry, designer clothing. 424-4626

FIREWOOD Seas., cut, split,& delivered. $250/ cord, Green $180/cord. For some of the best service & wood in the Northeast, call Kalme Logging 222-9631.

CASH FOR JUNK CARS $200 - $2000. Free pick-up. 365-3368 CLEANOUTS & DEMO Oil tanks, hot tubs, pools, sheds, barns, houses, yard cleanup, res./comm. clean out & organize. Fully equipped to handle any job. 944-3672 ELECTRICIAN Lammon Electric. Fully lic. & ins. 30yrs exp., res./comm. Panel upgrades. 274-5100

GARAGE DOOR GARY Garage doors, electric openers, service. Garage door openers make great gifts! Call for free estimate. 399-6102. HOME CARE NURSING HEALTH CARE SERVICES 20 yrs. experience. Excellent references. (518) 542-0443 HOUSE CLEANING Exp. prof individual. Wk, biwk, monthly. Dependable, competitive estimates. 935-0955.

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SERVICES

HOUSE CLEANING Call today for an estimate on a one-time deep cleaning or regularly scheduled cleanings. Excellent references. Linda 222-9734.

RKL CONSTRUCTION Kitchens, Baths, Painting, Doors, Siding, and Windows. 810-1397 No job too small!

CLASSIFIEDS MOHAWK Landscaping & Tree Service Fall cleanups, firewood for sale, snowplowing. 399-3109 JOEYJUNK.COM Cleanouts, cleanups, demo, dumpster rentals. Residential and comm. Attics, basements, garages, estates. We do it all. 237-JUNK “5865” JUNK REMOVAL & DEMO Oil tanks, hot tubs, pools, sheds, barns, houses, yard cleanup, res./comm. clean out & organize. Fully equipped to handle any job. 944-3672

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.

REAL ESTATE WANTED

We buy houses! Cash. (518) 441-6376

Rye straw. small squares. 573-6164

REAL ESTATE

SEAMLESS GUTTERS The Gutter Guy. Cleaning & repair also available. Fully ins. 25 years exp. 339-3231

OLD APPLIANCES And Furniture REMOVED FROM YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS. Small or Large jobs. CLEANOUTS. Call Bill the Junkman at 664-7488. Credit Cards Accepted.

SEASONED FIREWOOD Dry 14 & 26 months. Birch, oak, maple & beech. Oversize cord $270 del. 366-4493.

PET Care by Debbie Skoda Your in-home pet sitter for 17 years, fully insured 399-5758. www.petcarebydebbie.com

PIANO TUNING Winter Special! All models $99. Free est. on repairs. 25 yrs exp. Refs. 207-6779 lv.ms

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TREE, SHRUB, STUMP SRV Bucket, crane, chipper, stump removal, small jobs to mega. 944-3672

EMPLOYMENT IMMEDIATE SHIFT AND LIVE IN WORK available for certified aides. Reliable transportation is a requirement. Call Concepts at 885-2020.

Growing Non-Profit Human Services Agency dedicated to providing services to people with disabilities for over 40 years! We have Excellent Healthcare Benefits and Rewarding Employment Opportunities throughout the Capital Region. Apply for employment today at www.livingresources.org

Full-time medical secretary. Computer knowledge a must. Looking for an energentic person with pleasant personality and enjoy working with the public. Must be able to multi-task. Salary commensurate with experience. Resumes can be faxed to 272-5085.

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HHA/PCA – Homecare work in the Capital Region. Great pay, Paid travel, bonuses and more! Must be certified (HHA or PCA), reliable. Spanish speaking a plus! Stop in and fill out an application at 87 Washington St, Rensselaer, NY 12144. Call us at 449-1142. www.accucarehomehealthservices.com

Help Seniors Maintain Their Homes Are you Mr. Fix it? Do you have a green thumb? Are you a great housekeeper? If you’re handy around the house why not use your skills to help a local senior citizen maintain their home. You can be paid $12/hr or you can volunteer. You decide the kind of work you do and when and where you work. Interested? Contact Umbrella of the Capital District at 346-5249 or email service@theumbrella.org

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OPEN INTERVIEWS

Tuesday, Jan. 17th, 9am-3pm

300 Washington Ave. Extension, Albany, NY 12203 Open Positions: Direct Support Professionals, assisting people with disabilities in Group Homes, Day Programs & After School Programs. RN Opportunities in our group homes. RN, OT, PT, HHA & PCA Opportunities in our Home Care Agency. Maintenance Assistants Paid Training, Great Benefits & Opportunities to Advance! Valid NYS Driver's license and car required. SAVE TIME, APPLY ONLINE @ www.livingresources.org Inquiries: 218-0000 ext. 4389


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Assisting adults with developmental disabilities in group homes in Saratoga County with direct personal care, social activities and supervision. 20-40 hours a week, a variety of set schedules available, shift differentials for overnights and weekends. High School Diploma or GED and valid NYS driver’s license required. Starting Pay: $11.75 to $12.95/hr. up to $13.92/hr. with shift and weekend differentials.

DAY SERVICES DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL

Helping adults with developmental disabilities in Day Habilitation Facilities in Wilton, Ballston Spa and Clifton Park with direct personal care, social activities, and supervision. (35 hours a week, M-F). Requires a High School Diploma or GED and valid NYS driver’s license. Starting Pay: $10.70/hr.

REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL NURSE

Full-time Position Available! 40 hrs/wk (4 or 5 day work week) with on-call, Saratoga County, serving adults with developmental disabilities in our Residences. Requirements: Graduation from accredited nursing program and current NYS nursing license. One year nursing exp. preferred. Rate $47,944

RN/LPN - We have FT & PT hours available for skilled nurses in homecare throughout the Capital District. Enhanced pay, flexible hours available. 1 year exp required. Stop in and fill out an application at 87 Washington St, Rensselaer, NY 12144. Call us at 449-1142. www. accucarehomehealthservices.com

Help Seniors Maintain Their Homes Are you Mr. Fix it? Do you have a green thumb? Are you a great housekeeper? If you’re handy around the house why not use your skills to help a local senior citizen maintain their home. You can be paid $12/hr or you can volunteer. You decide the kind of work you do and when and where you work. Interested? Contact Umbrella of the Capital District at 346-5249 or email service@theumbrella.org

DRIVER and FT AND PT PREP COOKS Retirement Community in Rexford is seeking friendly and dependable individuals to join our Team. PT DRIVER: transportation to predetermined destinations, special events during days, evenings, every other weekend. 12-18 hrs/week. Must have valid NYS Driver’s License. Pay: $10.20/hr. PREP COOKS FT and PT. Hours 11:00am -7:30pm with some flexibility and alternate weekends and holidays off.  Requirements: well rounded and wide variety of food preparation skills to assist with the planning and production of our dinner menu.   Pay rate: $11.22 - $12.78/hr. Exceptional working environment and great benefit package for full time employees. Interested candidates please apply to Coburg Village HR Dept.: 1 Coburg Village Way, Rexford NY 12148, fax#: (518)371-5097, or email: hr-cv@tlcn.org

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If you're ready to join a highly competitive and sophisticated fabricator with a family feel, then Stone Bridge Iron & Steel is for you. We offer a competitive wage and excellent benefit package. Apply in person to complete an application. Stone Bridge Iron & Steel, Inc. Attn: Human Resources 426 Purinton Road Gansevoort, NY 12831 EOE/AA/W/M/Vet/Disability

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We offer a secure work environment and EXCELLENT benefits, health insurance ($27.22 per pay), paid time off, retirement plan, and more! Interested applicants should apply online at www.saratogabridges.org click on “Join Our Team” or call 518-587-0723 ext. 1205.

IRON & STEEL, INC.

Stone Bridge Iron & Steel is an AWS & AISC Quality Certified Fabricator of structural steel and miscellaneous metals located in Gansevoort, NY. With over 45,000 square feet under roof and hook, we specialize in fast-track commercial and industrial projects.

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High School graduate with 2 years’ experience in a related field or 2 years’ experience in warehousing or commercial operations. A valid NYS driver’s CDL A license acceptable to the Agency’s insurance standards. This position is classified as a safety sensitive position and staff working in this title are subject to random drug and alcohol testing. Must obtain a NYS driver’s CDL A license acceptable to the Agency’s insurance standards and become a certified forklift & Bob Cat skid steer operator within 3 months of employment. Must obtain certification to administer medications within six months of employment. $12.95/hr

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AUTOMOTIVE

THIS IS JUST A FRACTION OF OUR AWD AND 4X4 INVENTORY!!!!

EMPLOYMENT

PLEASE VISIT WWW.MANGINOBUICKGMC.COM TO SEE ALL UP TO DATE INVENTORY!!

SAFELY AVOID POTENTIAL WINTER HAZARDS

Winter can be a beautiful time of year, particularly when freshly fallen snow blankets the landscape. However, winter is also a time fraught with potential peril. The same winter weather that makes landscapes so pristine can make roads and walkways — and even being outside — dangerous. The U.S. Department of Transportation says weather-related vehicle crashes killed 6,253 people last year and injure more than 480,000 per year. These accidents most often occur when roadways are wet, snowy or icy. Yet, winter driving is not the only seasonal hazard. Here are some common winter activities and how to avoid getting hurt when engaging in them. Driving Exercise extra caution when driving on roadways during the winter, as they may contain ice or snow. All it takes is a small coating of precipitation on roadways to make driving treacherous. Wet-looking roadways may be wet, or they may be covered by ice, and it’s difficult to tell the difference with the naked eye. Always slow down and assume you are driving on ice. Make every effort to improve visibility. This includes checking windshield washer fluid lev-

2016 CHEVY 1500 CREW CAB HIGH COUNTRY 4X4

2016 BUICK ENCLAVE AWD

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2014 GMC YUKON DENALI

41,995

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2014 GMC ACADIA SLT

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2014 BUICK ENCORE AWD

PREMIUM PKG, roof, heated cooled seats, heads up display, back up camera, 19” wheels, nav, everything, GM certified 39k miles

Convenience group, Nav, back up camera remote starter, blind spot alert and much more. Bout and serviced here! 31k miles

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2015 GMC TERRAIN SLT-2

Heated cooled seats, nav, dvd system, bought and serviced here. GM certified 33k miles

AWD, roof heated leather, starter, back up camera, chrome package om;u 24k miles GM certified

2014 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 DBL CAB 4X4 LT

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2014 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 DBL CAB 4X4 LT

AWD, Heated leather, remote starter, roof, back up camera power liftgate and more. GM certified 23k miles

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2015 GMC DENALI AWD

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$

2016 GMC ACADIA AWD SLT

DBL CAB 4X4 SLT

Heated leather, starter back up camera tow package and much more 22k miles GM certified

34,495

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2013 GMC SIERRA 2500

2012 GMC SIERRA 1500

4x4 power lock windows mirrors, tow package HD. 72k miles

Line x power seat, remote starter bought and serviced here only 46k miles

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els and ensuring windshield blades are in good working order. Snow removal Shoveling or removing snow by various methods can be strenuous work, taking even those who feel they are in good shape by surprise. A 2011 study conducted by researchers at the Center for Injury Research and Policy of The Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital found that an average

of 11,500 snow-shovelingrelated injuries and medical emergencies were treated in U.S. emergency departments each year from 1990 to 2006. Lower back injuries, falls, injuries to the arms and hands and cardiac-related injuries account for many of the incidents sustained while removing snow. There’s also the risk of injury from collisions with pedestrians and snow plows. Plows and bobcat-type devices can cause serious injury. Exer-

cise caution when operating such machines. Roof snow removal Removing snow from a roof can be a dangerous prospect. Always use the appropriate equipment, which includes telescoping poles, rather than climbing on slippery roofs. This may be a job best left for a professional, who will have fallarrest systems and nonslip safety boots. Dressing for conditions

Venturing outdoors for winter fun may be enticing, but never put your health at risk for the sake of fun. The Mayo Clinic says hypothermia is a medical emergency that occurs when the body loses heat faster than it can produce heat, causing a dangerously low body temperature. Wear appropriate clothing to prevent hypothermia, which may not produce any initial symptoms. If shivering stops or confusion and slurred speech set in, severe hypothermia is in

effect and a person should be moved indoors and gently warmed. Mild hypothermia is also possible indoors, typically when the elderly spend several hours in poorly heated homes. Winter may be beautiful, but it also can be hazardous.

Taking

precautions

and using common sense help avoid dangerous situations.


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Local Area Locations

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

MILTON 23 Trieble Ave, Ballston Spa, NY ...............518-490-1284 NISKAYUNA 3434 State St, Schenectady, NY ........518-831-9696 QUEENSBURY 649 Upper Glen Street ...................518-792-3189 ROTTERDAM 1705 Chrysler Ave. ............................518-280-8642 SARATOGA 145 S. Broadway ..................................518-871-9118 SCHENECTADY 1598 State Street ..........................518-382-7651 TROY 1540 Fifth Avenue ...........................................518-274-3646 OPEN 7 DAYS! Mon - Fri 8aM-6pM, Thurs 8aM-8:30pM, saT 8aM-5pM, sun 9aM-5pM

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