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CHARLTON - The Charlton Seniors meetings are held in the Charlton Community Center, 784 Charlton Road (Main Street). The public is welcome to attend all meetings and special events. Come at 9:30 AM to these meetings and enjoy refreshments and socializing before the speakers start at 10 AM. Contact Marv at 399-4161 for questions or information about Charlton Seniors programs. The Charlton Seniors will meet on February 28 when the speakers will be Charlton Supervisor Alan Grattidge and Councilmen Joe Grasso and Doug Ranaletto. They will speak about how the Town government operates, including policies, how to resolve issues, who to contact, and other topics of interest to the Seniors. In addition, the Charlton Chatters Book Club will meet at the Charlton Tavern, starting at 12 Noon on Wednesday, February 21, for lunch and a discussion of the book The Last Days of Night. Since reservations are needed, please call Lynn at 518-399-9327 if you plan to attend.

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SCHENECTADY - OPEN HOUSE, Friday, Feb. 23rd 6-9pm; Saturday, Feb. 24th 9am-4pm. 1084 Balltown Rd., Schenectady. Wear warm layers that are easy to move in. Carry in your clean athletic shoes for on ice instruction to throw rocks. Questions? sccLearn2Curl@gmail.com www. schenectadycurlingclub.us


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After The Fire’s Monthly Meeting

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

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Cantus, A Cappella Vocal Ensemble To Perform

SCHENECTADY - Cantus, an eight-member men’s a cappella vocal ensemble, will perform on Sunday, March 11th, at 3:00 pm at Schenectady’s First United Methodist Church, 603 State Street. Cantus is known worldwide for its engaging performances of music ranging from the Renaissance to the 21st century, and it has been hailed as “the premier men’s vocal ensemble in the United States” (Fanfare). The program, called Discovery of Sight, explores light as an integral part of life and revels in the mystery, science and poetry of what it means to truly “see.” The music will include Richard Strauss’ Dream Light and Schubert’s The Night, as well as modern works by Eric Whitacre, Einojuhani Rautavaara and Gabriel Kahane. The concert, which is the second in the church’s 40th annual Concert Series, is free and the public is invited to attend. The ensemble performs more than 60 concerts each year in the United States and abroad as well as in its home of Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota. It has released 17 albums on its own label, and as a part of its extensive educational outreach will present on March 12th, while still in Schenectady, two workshops for selected student choral groups. For more information, call the church office at 518-374-4403.

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SCOTIA - The Animal Protective Foundation invites you to join us at our star-studded event, Tails by Twilight–Hollywood Nights on Friday, April 13, 2018 from 5:30pm-10pm at Glen Sanders Mansion in Scotia. The event will be emceed by Liz Bishop and Steve Caporizzo and includes a silent auction, live auction, dinner and dancing! Please contact Colleen Keating at 518-374-3944 Ext 122 for more information. We thank you in advance for your commitment to helping the thousands of animals that come through our shelter doors each year.

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SCHENECTADY - Everyone is invited to participate in this year’s Lenten Photo Show, sponsored by the First United Methodist Church in downtown Schenectady at 603 State Street! For each of the five weeks during Lent, a different theme has been chosen. During each of these weeks, FUMC will be accepting one to three photos that the participant has taken that reflect the weekly theme, which are: February 18-24: POWER February 25-March 3: LIGHT March 4-10: GRACE March 11-17: LIMITLESS March 18-24: WE Anyone can participate in any or all of three ways: 1. Submit photos that you have taken 2. Vote for the photos you think best reflect the themes 3. Visit the show on Easter Sunday, April 1 (8:30-10 AM and 11:00-12 noon)

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CLIFTON PARK - Come to support a great cause! “A Night Out For You” is a local charity that gives adults with cancer a special night to remember the good and forget about the bad. Thursday, March 15th from 6-8pm at the Courtyard Marriott, 627 Plank Road in Clifton Park. Tickets are limited and are first come first serve. Tickets are $25 and there will be wine, cheese, hor d’oeuvres, raffles, prizes and more! Call 518-357-3347 or email info@precisionchirony.com for ticket info!

February Heart Month At Our Redeemer

SCOTIA - If you’re tired of staying indoors and not getting out for fun this winter come to the February Heart Month Pillow Stuffing at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church on the corner of Glen Avenue and So. Reynolds Street in Scotia on Sunday February 25, 2018 from 12-2PM. The Pillow Project is designed to provide heart shaped pillows to people who have had heart procedures at Ellis Hospital. After heart surgery the pillows are held close to the patient’s body to protect their sternum when they need to cough or sneeze. Last year we made 30 pillows, this year, with your help we are hoping to make at least 40 pillows. The sewn pillows and stuffing will be provided, as well as a light lunch and drinks. All are welcome. For further information please contact Janice Walz at 518 346-8081 or jmdwalz@nycap.rr.com

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

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Saratoga Automobile Museum Bus Trip NY International Auto Show

CAPITAL DISTRICT Monday, April 2, 2018. Please join us on our yearly pilgrimage to the NY International Auto Show. This is our 4th year making the journey to the worlds most amazing automotive event. The bus will depart the Museum parking lot promptly at 7AM and will return around 10PM depending on traffic. THIS EVENT SELLS OUT SO GET YOUR TICKETS EARLY! Members $75; Non-Members $85. Not a member yet but would like to become one? Contact Melissa at melissa.murphy@ saratogaautomuseum.org 110 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Springs. 518-5871935.

Alplaus United Methodist Church Good Friday Service

ALPLAUS - The Alplaus United Methodist Church, 1 Brookside Ave. 12008, invites you to join them on Friday, March 30, at 7:30pm for a “Tenebrae” Service. All are welcome! The Tenebrae, meaning “darkness” or “shadows,” dates from medieval times. Tenebrae was originally a series of sung services in monastic communities constituting morning and evening prayer, held daily Wednesday through Saturday of Holy Week. In our Good Friday observance in Alplaus, scripture, song, and silence lead us in a prolonged meditation on the events of salvation following the Last Supper through the entombment of Christ. With each progressive step of the Passion, the candles are extinguished until only the one Christ candle remains. It, too, will be removed. What will happen next?

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Books For Troops Asks You To “Adopt-A-Box”

CAPITAL DISTRICT - Books for Troops has just completed its most successful year. In 2017, BFT was able to send over 1100 boxes of books (40 books/box) to the American military deployed all over world and to 25 VA hospitals within the states. While we were thrilled to provide this source of escape to our very appreciative troops, it has been very costly and only your generous support made it happen. Now we wish to repeat out record year, but our funds are low and we need your support again. Books for Troops is now presenting a challenge to those who wish to show their gratitude to our troops. We are asking you to “Adopt-ABox,” or in other words, pay its postage of $15.00 to send it overseas or to the VA hospitals. The challenge is to see if 100 boxes can be adopted by April 30th. If so, $1500 will be raised and 100 boxes of books can be sent. To “Adopt-a-Box” you simply send $15.00 for each box you would like to adopt to: Books for Troops, 152 Oak Brook Commons, Clifton Park, NY 12065. A tax receipt will be sent upon request.

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

Please call to RSVP or just stop by! 150 Dutch Meadows Lane, Glenville, NY 12302 MeadowsAtGlenwyck.com

SARATOGA SPRINGS - The Community Hospice serving Saratoga and Washington Counties are in need of volunteers who are available to make friendly visits and to provide emotional support to Hospice patients and their families. Information sessions will be held on Monday, April 2, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. at 179 Lawrence St. Saratoga Springs, NY AND on April 2, 2018 at 1:30 p.m. at the Greenwich Library, 148 Main St., Greenwich, NY. A required 25hour volunteer training will be provided at the end of April. Please call 581-0800 to register.

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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.

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

February 15, 2018

The Rebellion Of 1837-1838 In Lower Canada

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

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Glenville Seniors Plan Irish Outing GLENVILLE - On March 14, the Scotia-Glenville Seniors will visit the Log Cabin in Holyoke, MA for a performance by Gerry Malone and the Lads, masters of Irish mirth. You will sing along to such tunes as “Galway Bay” and “MacNamara’s Band”, do the “Hokey Pokey”, and laugh when you hear why “Patty’s not at work today.” Lunch will include Irish stew, soda bread, corned beef & cabbage, Bailey’s Irish Cream cake, coffee, tea and a complimentary glass of wine or Guinness stout. Our bus leaves at 9:30 AM, and returns back by around 5 PM. Cost: Members, $72; nonmembers, $77. Make your reservations in person at the Glenville Senior Center, 32 Worden Road. For further information, call 374-0734.

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SCOTIA - The Scotia Rotary Club is a community service organization that meets every Tuesday at noon at the Turf Tavern on Mohawk Avenue in Scotia. As part of a worldwide network of Rotary Clubs, we tackle challenging local, regional and international problems facing our communities, placing “Service Above Self.” For further information on Club membership and project initiatives, please email us at ScotiaRotaryClub@gmail.com or visit our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/scotiarotary.

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Glenville Local Development Corporation Meetings GLENVILLE - The Board of Directors of the Glenville Local Development Corporation has announced a change in the scheduling of the monthly board meetings in order to avoid several scheduling conflicts that have arisen for the year 2018. Revised meeting dates are as follows: Feb.27; Mar.27; Apr.24; May 29; Jun.26; July 31; Aug. 28.; Sept.25; Oct. 30; Nov.27; Dec. 18. Meetings are held at the Glenville Town Hall, 18 Glenridge Road at 7:30 AM. The public is invited to attend. Periodic announcements and programs are also published on the GLDC website at www.glenvilleldc. org.

Adopt A Pet... Pets of the Week

The 6 Minis

A couple of weeks ago we got a call that the Regional Humane Society in Alabama was overflowing with puppies and they were about to euthanize to clear the shelter. We immediately sent one of our rescue partners to the shelter to pick up as many as she could fit in her transport van. We rescued over 32 dogs that day. These pups are the ones that are ready for transport this week! We believe that they are Lab mixes that are around 7-9 weeks old and are very sweet. These good looking puppies are very thankful to have rescue!

The Onnie Pups

so glad that they were saved from the streets and can’t wait to come up North to find their forever homes!

These three puppies were picked up by Animal Control as strays on the streets of South Carolina. They are littermates who all stuck together for safety and warmth! They are Lab mixes who we believe are about 10 weeks old, and we just love their adorable matching names! They are very happy, active puppies who are

This pretty Lady was found as a stray, roaming the street in Alabama and looking for safe haven. She was brought into a shelter and she had been sitting for a long time, waiting for someone to come and get her. Her time was running out and we couldn’t bear to see poor Lady not find a loving home! She is a Doxi mix who we believe is around 8 years old, and she weighs about 13 pounds. We think she would make an absolutely perfect companion for an older couple who is looking for a sweet, loving, and quiet little dog who likes to cuddle!

Lady

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Saratoga National Historical Park Announces Winter 100 Mile Challenge CAPITAL DISTRICT - With the inaugural 100 Mile Challenge now over, Saratoga National Historical Park encourages you to continue to “Find Your Park” and rack up those miles! Get to know your local national park by joining the Winter 100 Mile Challenge – brush off your snowshoes or skis, or hike the trails and see if you can accumulate 100 miles at the battlefield between now and April 30, 2018. Through this challenge people can enjoy the rich natural and cultural heritage of this local site as they explore their national park, plus get some exercise too! Anyone can take part in this challenge, from beginners to advanced hikers and skiers, young and old, human and canine. Pets are great companions for enjoying the outdoors - to complete this challenge, each participating pet must hike 100 miles in the park with their human companion, following park pet policies. Each participant must register for the challenge. To register, email the names of all participants (dogs included) to: SARA_info@nps.gov – rules for participation and a log to track your mileage will be sent in response to your registration. The park will periodically send email messages with updates about the challenge, including news about the upcoming Summer 100 Mile Challenge, future hiking and biking events in the park, cold weather recreation tips, and motivational thoughts. Your email address will not be shared with others. Each participant that completes 100 miles between now and April 30, 2018 will receive an award for their achievement, but the real awards you’ll get for completing this challenge are the new experiences and memories you’ll gain while on these adventures in your local national park. Hopefully this challenge will inspire you to get out and explore more national parks; after all there are more than 400 throughout the country! For more information about this challenge, please call Ranger Megan at 518-670-2982, send an e-mail to SARA_info@ nps.gov, check our website at www.nps.gov/sara, or follow us on Facebook and Twitter: @SaratogaNHP.

Saratoga County Students Who Are Active With Saratoga County Fair May Apply For $1,000 Scholarships

BALLSTON SPA - The Saratoga County Fair announces today that the 2018 New York State Association of Agricultural Fairs and New York State Showpeople’s Association college scholarships are open for applications. This year the NYSAAF and NYSSA will be awarding up to seven $1,000 scholarships to current New York State high school seniors and also students enrolled in college. To qualify, a student must be active currently or have been active in the past at the Saratoga County Fair or with the New York State Showpeople’s Association. All applicants from Saratoga County must submit their applications through the Saratoga County Fair no later than Friday, April 2, 2018. Application is open to all students regardless of their field of study. However, additional consideration may be given to those applicants pursuing a degree in a field related to agriculture, fair management or the outdoor amusement business. The seven 2017 scholarship recipients included students pursuing studies in animal science, nursing, fashion and textiles, agricultural business development and other areas. None were from Saratoga County last year. Information is available at the Saratoga County Fair office, 162 Prospect Street, Ballston Spa, NY 12020, as well as through Cornell Cooperative Extension of Saratoga County and from local high school guidance offices. Applications must be printed and completed from the web at www.nyfairs.org. For more information, contact the Saratoga County Fair office at 518.885.9701.

STEP: Poop Pickers, Paper Jockeys & Horse Wranglers Needed!

SARATOGA COUNTY - STEP is looking for volunteers for its various equines therapy programs, barn staff, administrative duties and horse handling.Horse experience a plus but not required. The love of horses , people and children a must.Volunteer training ongoing. Please contact us at 518 374. 5116,visit our website www.stepup-nfec.org or email stepatnfec@yahoo.com.

Alplaus United Methodist Church Easter Sunday Services ALPLAUS - The Alplaus United Methodist Church, 1 Brookside Ave. 12008, invites you to join them on Sunday, April 1st for Easter Morning Servies. All are Welcome! A Sunrise service is offered at 7:30am. This short, simple, indoor service will include Holy Communion (gluten free available) and will focus on the earliest account of Easter found in the Gospel of Mark. We will pray, ponder and proclaim the new thing God has done as discovered by Mary and the women who first went to the tomb. Easter Breakfast is at 8am. This is a “free will” breakfast with pancakes, scrambled egg, breakfast sausages and bacon. Gluten Free pancakes will be available. Easter Service after Breakfast is at 10:15am. This is a traditional Easter Morning service complete with the joyous Alleluias and Holy Communion (gluten free available). We will read from the Gospel of John and, like Mary, find new ways of recognizing and praising the risen Lord.

Albany, NY (June, 2017) – Do you have a love for animals and want to support a great local cause? Goldstein Auto Group partners with Mohawk Hudson Humane Society for “Empties For Animals” Campaign. Help support the mission of the organization, including sheltering, adoption, education, advocacy and the prevention of cruelty to animals.

THE BOTTLES CAN BE DROPPED OFF AT ANY OF THE FOUR GOLDSTEIN AUTO LOCATIONS: Empty Your AllGROUP Donate

the to Cans & Central Bottles •Goldstein Buick GMC, 1671 Avenue, Albany Hudson Mohawk •Goldstein Subaru, 1754 Central Avenue, Albany Society! Humane NEW LOCATIONS •Goldstein Chrysler Jeep Dodge, 968 New Loudon Rd, Latham •Goldstein Mitsubishi, 613 New Loudon Rd, Latham If You Have a Large Amount of Cans or Bottles to Donate Please Call Stefanie Goldstein At (518) 869-1250 or Email: srgt@goldsteinauto.com to Arrange a Pick Up


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Cars and trucks may be modes of transportation, but many people see their vehicles as extensions of their personalities. The color of a vehicle can say a lot about its driver. In fact, automotive experts say color affects drivers’ decisions when they’re buying new vehicles. In 2015, a survey from PPG Automotive Coatings found the color palette of black, silver, gray, and white makes up 75 percent of new cars on the road. White has been the most popular car color for years, perhaps because neutral tones tend to look new for years, improving resale value as a result. The Pantone Color Institute periodically highlights popular trends in colors for home decorating, graphic design, fashion, and much more. Their experts know a thing about what color can say about a person. Here’s a look at how drivers may perceive themselves (and how others view them) based on their color choices in vehicles, courtesy of Pantone, NerdWallet, Thrillist, and Today.com. • White: This color — perhaps thanks to the popularity of Apple products — can often project a persona of a diligent, hardworking person. White is a dependable color that also is sleek and modern. Many people who prefer white also like the purity of the color and its perceived cleanliness. • Black: Black vehicles have stood the test of time as status symbols. Those who purchase black cars may view them as classic and powerful. Black also conveys elegance. That’s why limousines and hired cars are often black.

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

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

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

Calling All Volunteers Share Your Talents With Saratoga Automobile Museum

SARATOGA COUNTY - As a non-profit organization, volunteers are an integral part of the Saratoga Automobile Museum (SAM). Volunteers of all ages and experiences bring a broad spectrum of talents and skill sets. Whether you can volunteer on a regular schedule, seasonally, or exclusively at special events such as the Spring Auto Show and Auto Auction, the Museum appreciates all that you have to offer. Do you have a love of cars? Expertise is not required. Plus, not all volunteer opportunities focus on cars. Do you have time to give? Whether you can work several times a week or only once a year, we welcome your skills and talents as often as your schedule allows. Do you have a special skill set or knowledge to share? SAM offers volunteer opportunities inside and outside the museum, in a variety of fields including educational programming, maintenance, building and grounds, and special events just to name a few. Do you want to forge new friendships? SAM is a great place to connect with wonderful people who share common interests. Experience has shown that an interest in automobiles might bring volunteers to the Museum, but it is the activities and friendships they forge with the other volunteers and staff that keep them coming back for years. To join our team of volunteers come in and meet with Melissa, our volunteer coordinator. Or email her at melissa.murphy@saratogaautomuseum.org.

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SCHENECTADY - The Schenectady Shriners conduct Bingo at the Schenectady Bingo Palace every Thursday and Friday at 6:30 PM. The address is 1866 State St Schenectady, NY. There are 18 bingo games with regular prizes Thursday from $3000 to $6000 and Friday from $4500 to $9000. Payout depends on attendance. Doors open at 4:00 PM and food is available. There is a bell jar counter featuring cash boards and the Queen of Hearts raffle. Computers are also available.

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Rebuilding Together Saratoga County SARATOGA COUNTY - Rebuilding Together Saratoga County has opened a store at 132 Milton Ave., Ballston Spa. All proceeds from the sale of donated furniture, home décor, and construction materials will be used to provide repairs to the homes of low-income veterans, seniors, and those living with disabilities. Services are provided at no cost, helping these Saratoga County homeowners to live independently in safe and healthy homes. Store hours are Wed.-Fri. 12-6pm, and Sat. 10am-2pm. Donations of clean items in excellent condition may be brought to the store when it is open, or at other times by appointment. Accepted items: Art work, mirrors, non-upholstered furniture, collectibles, decorative items, lamps, small kitchen appliances, cabinets, countertops, hard flooring, doors, windows, lighting, molding, plumbing supplies, tools. We cannot accept: Large appliances, furnaces, hot water heaters, paint, bedding, children’s toys, clothing, electronics, exercise equipment, mattresses, fully upholstered furniture, live plants – anything that is not clean and in excellent condition. Please call 518-587-3315 or email michelle@rtsaratoga.org orStore@RTSaratoga.org for more information.


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Business & Service Guide Antiques

Entertainment

One piece or a house full. Cash paid. Your local established dealer. AFFORDABLE ANTIQUES, 725 Saratoga Road, Burnt Hills Wed.-Sun.,10am-5pm 518-384-0702 (C)

VILLAGE FLORAL AND GIFTS

ANTIQUES WANTED

Demolition & Excavation

518-214-4082

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)

Electrical JOE CARACCIOLO ELECTRIC

37 Mohawk Ave. Scotia (518) 579-0416 (C)

SINA MOON ASTROLOGIST, Card Readings and more. 37 Mohawk Ave., Scotia. (518) 847-3499 (C)

Flooring TERRY’S FLOORS

Carpet - Hardwood - LVT Where the owner is the installer! Visit our showroom in Burnt Hills. terrysfloors.com 518-399-0307 (0614)

Garden, Landscaping & Tree Services Wade’s Tree Service & Landscape Co.

Licensed Master Electricians 38 Yrs. Experience / Family Business Father & Son Licensed Fully Insured / Free Estimates 518-399-8563 or 518-441-2277 (C)

Complete Tree Care Service. 10% discount with ad. Light Landscaping Service. Fully ins. Free est. 35 yrs. experience. Certified Arborist. 518-384-7285 (C)

A1 ELECTRIC

518-937-1400 Tree removal, pruning, trimming, stump removal, tree climber & more. Snowplowing. General Contractor. Firewood for sale. Serving the local community. Here for your everyday needs! Fully ins. (0222)

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

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J & F LAWN & YARD CARE, LLC

Snow Removal, Mowing, clean-ups, mulch, landscaping & all other yard care services. Comm./Res. Fully ins. 518-399-5865 (C)

HOMETOWN TURF LAWN CARE

Complete lawn care services. Spring and fall cleanups. Lawn mowing, shrub trimming, mulch installed. Plantings, etc. Full ins. Free est. 518-399-4210 518-338-7486 (0614)

Home Repair Carpentry Plus

518-339-5484 All carpentry, mouldings, windows, decks, doors, etc. Jobs of all sizes. (0503)

FRIDHOLM PAINTING & REMODELING

Bathrooms, basements, finish carpentry, tile work, plaster/drywall, plumbing, painting. We love what we do! 518-330-9507 or jfridholm.com (C)

TMT CONTRACTING

Remodeling, Kitchens, Baths, Decks, Painting, Basements, Windows, etc. Fully ins. Free est. Tod 518-292-8743 TMT Contracting at Facebook (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. 518-346-6784 or 518-330-2316 (cell) (C)

Painting & Wallpapering

FRIDHOLM PAINTING & REMODELING

Int./ext. painting & staining, popcorn & cathedral ceilings, wallpaper stripping. Plaster/ drywall repair. We love what we do! 518-330-9507 jfridholm.com (C)

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Int./Ext. Electrical, Plumbing & Remodeling Generac Authorized Sales & Service 20+ Yrs. exp. Fully ins. Bill 518-399-2991 (C)

Roofing

Pet Services

PET CARE By DEBBIE SKODA

MIKE’S REMODELING

Roofing - Slate Repair - Siding - Windows Doors - Porches - Kitchens & Baths. Lead certified. 518-378-2859 (C)

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 (C)

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)

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Windows - Siding - Doors “Work done with integrity, is always worth it” -TJ Farnan, owner RKL Construction

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Junk Removal All Junk Removal. Professional cleanout services. Attics, apts., basements, garages, or yards. Lowest prices, quick service. Call Marc 518-763-3117. Senior/ military disc. (0301)

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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. 518-399-6808 (C)

Frame to finish builds, additions, porches, full rehabs/ remodels, repairs and more. Fully Insured – Free Estimates (0222)

Septic Services CHARLTON SEPTIC SERVICE Complete Septic Service; Portable Toilet Rentals 518-399-1323 (C)

ODORLESS SANITARY CLEANERS Complete Septic Service 518-399-3482 Kory Loukes (C)

Snow Plowing SNOW PLOWING

available for Scotia/Glenville areas. Contracts being accepted. 518-365-4287 Bill McGrath Remodeling and Home Repair Billmcgrathremodeling@gmail.com (C)


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Ballston Area Senior Citizens Weekly Activities BALLSTON SPA - Milton Community Center, 310 Northline Road, Ballston Spa, NY 12020 phone—518-885-6740 www.ballstonareaseniors.com Facebook Ballston Area Seniors Mondays----10:30 am to 11:30 Chorus, --- 11:30 am to 12:30 pm Stretch & fit, exercise 1:00 pm Movie Matinee Tuesdays----9:00 am to Noon—Billiards, Crafts & Woodcarving. 10:00 am to 11:00 am Quilting, 12:30 pm Wifi Bowling --- 1:00 pm Mahjong, Board Games & Cards 2:15 pm to 3:00 pm OsteoBusters Thursdays----9:30 am to 11:45---Craft, Cards, Billiard---9:30 am to 11:30 am 11:45 am to 2:00 pm---Lunch/bring a dish to share, meeting 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm---Bingo Fridays----2:15 pm to 3:00 pm—OsteoBusters 6:30 pm---Cards & Games We also have a monthly Dance and Pickin’s Session. Mark your calendar come and join us, for a night of fun. For more info Check out our web page: www.ballstonareaseniors.com

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Walk About Program Offered In Ballston Spa

BALLSTON SPA - The Ballston Spa Central School District’s popular Walk About program provides a safe, indoor walking course for those interested in a low impact fitness activity. The program continues throughout the year when school is in session. A $15 registration fee is required for this program and nonresidents are charged $18 to participate. Walkers may join the program at any time throughout the session. Preregistration is required and fees are due before starting the program. An ID badge will be issued and must be visible when in the buildings. Those interested may register by mail or in-person at the District Office, 70 Malta Avenue. Additional information regarding any of the courses offered is available online via www. bscsd.org or by calling 8847195 x1329.

Saratoga County Veterans Peer Connection Program 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.

TOPS, Taking Pounds Of Sensibly Weight Loss Group

SCOTIA - TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) offers tools and programs for healthy living and weight management, with exceptional group fellowship and recognition. Our membership fees are very affordable, with discounts for spouses and children from 7 to 17. We meet at Immaculate Conception Church, 400 Saratoga Road, Scotia at 6:30 on Thursday nights. Please feel free to drop by and check us out, or call 382-0677 for more information.

Weekday Meals At Glenville Senior Center

GLENVILLE - The Glenville Friendship Café, operated by Catholic Charities Senior & Caregiver Support Services offers hot, nutritious noon meals Monday through Friday at the Glenville Senior Center. The program is open to all seniors. Senior Center membership not required. In addition to lunch, a variety of activities and programs--Bingo, sing-alongs, guest speakers and more--are offered each day. Every Tuesday, transportation is available for grocery shopping at 12:30 p.m. ($1.25 each way to Hannaford or Market 32). Reservations are required. please call 393-1946, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., a day in advance. Suggested meal contribution: ages 60 and over: $3.50; under age 60: $6.00.

Provide Your Child Opportunity And Adventure

SCHENECTADY – Boy Scout Troop 3357 is open to new members year round. Come visit! 6:30 to 8:00PM on Thursdays at our regular meeting location: VFW#357, 1309 5th Avenue, Schenectady, NY 12303. CHECK US OUT ON FACEBOOK @357SCOUTSNY Questions? Contact Alicia Sherman at LISHSHERM@LIVE.COM or call 518527-5537. Boy Scouting offers year-round programs for boys, ages 11-17: Take part in career exploration activities\ Participate in resume building opportunities (YES, even as a kid!)\ Learn life skills\ Discover new hobbies\ Gain confidence\ Develop leadership skills\ Explore the outdoors\ Form lifelong friends\ Have FUN! Join Troop 3357 today!

Members Needed! Shenendehowa Senior Chorus

CLIFTON PARK - Shenendehowa Senior Chorus is seeking new members for the fall semester. All voices are welcome, but we especially need tenors and basses. Rehearsals are Thursdays 10-11:30 AM . Contact Lorraine at 518-885-1570.


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NOVENA PRAYER TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN (Never known to fail). Oh, most beautiful flower of Mt. Carmel, fruitful vine splendor of Heaven, Blessed Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity. Oh, Star of the Sea, help me and show me, herein you are my mother. Oh, Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to answer me in this necessity. There are none that can withstand your power. Oh, show me herein you are my mother. Oh, Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee (3x). Holy Mother, I place this cause in your hands (3x). Sweet mother, I place this cause in your hands (3x). Holy Spirit, you who solve all problems, light all roads so that I can attain my goal, you who gave me the divine gift to forgive and forget all evil against me and that in all instances in my life you are with me, I want in this short prayer to thank you for all things as you confirm once again that I never want to be separated from you in eternal glory. Thank you for your mercy towards me and mine. The person must say this prayer 3 consecutive days, after 3 days the request will be granted. This prayer must be published after the favor is granted. Favor granted. L.C.

ANNOUNCEMENT

Mission Team Soup & Bakery Sale: at the Scotia United Methodist Church, 201 North Ten Broeck St, Scotia on Sat 02/10 10am-1pm. 17 different kinds of soups & chilis and a wide variety of baked goods. $4.00 for pint of soup & $7.00 for a quart. Yes winter is here, but soup will help warm the heart. For further info contact Jill at (518) 423-3546

WANTED All antiques, old signs, records, music instruments, old toys & books, paintings, many old items. (518) 783-7139. Old political items: campaign and advertising buttons, presidential only. Older than 1940’s is better. Call 581-1654 or 275-1279

SERVICES BLUE GOOSE CHIMNEY SWEEP Sweeping, repairs, chimney caps, dryer vent cleaning & more. Discount for seniors (518) 372-1664

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

Handyman/ Home Repair 35 yrs exp., small job specialist. Repairs and installations, Free est. (518) 399-9040.

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

In foreclosure?walking away? Get cash for your house now! Abandoned House Preservation Network. (518) 226-9874

CASH FOR JUNK CARS $100-$500. Free pick-up. (518) 365-3368

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