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GLENVILLE – The Church of the Immaculate Conception in Glenville will be hosting a talk to be given by Sister Anne Bryan Smollin on Wednesday, March 23, at 7pm in the Church. “Who is this God Who Loves us?” This is the first in a series of three talks planned by the Amazing God P.i.C.N.i.C. team (People in Christ, Neighbors in Community) at Immaculate Conception. For further information, contact Maryann Haskell at 399-6706 or icamazinggod@gmail.com. (P)

Volunteers Needed 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 (P)

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Lenten Luncheons REXFORD – Faith Baptist Church, 11 Glenridge Road in Rexford, is sponsoring Lenten Luncheons each Wednesday thru April 20. Lunch is served at noon with a special speaker each week. Suggested donation for the meal is $6. People with special dietary needs please feel free to bring your lunch and join others at the table for fellowship and the message; please reserve your table space, however. If you only have one hour for lunch, it is possible to attend, as the luncheon is finished by 12:45pm. Reservations are requested and may be made by calling the church office at 399-2220, reservation line #3 (or e-mail: darlene@faithcrossroads.org) by Sunday of the week you plan to attend. In case of the need to cancel the luncheon, check the School Closing Network. If Shenendehowa Central Schools are closed, the luncheon will be cancelled. (P)

Annual Basket Social SCHENECTADY - The Holy Name of Jesus Polish National Catholic Church will hold its annual Basket Social on Sunday, April 3, at the VFW Hall, 1309 Fifth Ave., Schenectady (Directions: Crane St. to 6th Ave., then right on Webster to 5th Ave.). Doors will open at noon. Raffle tickets will be available for more than 50 themed baskets. Door prizes and Polish food will be available. Admission: $2. Everyone is welcome to come enjoy the Polish food and have a good time. For more information call 372-1992 or go to www.holynamencc.org (P)

Drama Club Presents “Anything Goes” SCOTIA – Scotia-Glenville High School Drama Club is proud to present “Anything Goes” March 25th and 26th at 7:30pm and March 27th at 2pm in the High School Auditorium. The story takes place aboard the S.S. American. Passengers include the famous nightclub singer Reno Sweeny (Danielle Giammatteo), a New York Stock Broker Billy Crocker (Michael Bancroft), his lost love Hope Harcourt (Angela Winter) and her fiancé Sir Oakleigh (Jimmy Pierce). Filled with the music from Cole Porter and guided by direction from Deborah May. Tickets are available at the door: $8 for Students, $10 for Adults, Senior Citizens free. (P)

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Asiatic hybrids are the first of the lilies to flower in early summer. They are also the most cold tolerant of all lilium forms. Asiatics also mature and reproduce rapidly, making them a rewarding choice for those just starting to dabble in lily growing. They are available in reds, whites, pinks, oranges, and yellows of every shade. Some feature solid colored petals while others are ornately speckled. Asiatics are not strongly scented but come in a range of sizes from 2’ to 5’!

To find fragrance, we must sniff out the Oriental lily hybrids. Although not quite as winter hardy as their Asiatic cousins, many Oriental varieties are hardy in zones 4 and 5; hardy enough to thrive in our area. Oriental lilies will produce some of the largest, showiest flowers that you could expect this side of the tropics. A sub-group of the Oriental lilies are the Imperial hybrids. Imperial lilies produce large, sometimes huge flowers on sturdy stems. The Imperial Gold strain, for instance, produces 5” to 7” fragrant flowers on plants up to 7’ tall. That’s right, 7’! Those who travel the tropics and return whining that we can’t grow anything to compare should wake up and smell the lilies!

All lilium varieties grow from bulbs. You’ll start seeing them in garden centers in March. They’ll be offered bare-root in plastic bags. Shop for them early so you can pick out the fattest ones from the group offered. The fatter the bulb, the better the plant. Plant your lilies as soon as the ground has thawed. Choose a location in full sun and make sure it’s a spot that doesn’t puddle up after a heavy rain. Dig your holes about 3 times as deep as the bulb is tall. As usual, I’ll insist that you add bone meal to the planting hole. After enjoying your lilies for 3 or 4 years, you’ll notice that you’re getting more plants and flowers but they aren’t as tall as they used to be. This is a signal that they’re crowded and need to be dug and divided. This can be done in fall after frost or early spring when they’ve just started to sprout from the soil (adding more bone meal of course).

There are many more lilies than the two mentioned here. They’re showy and very easy to grow making them a great choice for the novice or experienced gardener who wants to impress friends and neighbors.

Another of my favorite bulbs available in packages this time of year are the irises. Irises generally flower early in the season so they really stand out as a harbinger of the warm days of summer to come. Like the lilies, irises are easy to grow and multiply quickly; attributes that make them welcome in my flowerbeds.

The thousands of modern iris varieties are descendants of the approximately 150 species that are found growing naturally around the world. They grow from tuberous rootstock called rhizomes. In early spring (any day now) you’ll find them for sale in the garden center bare-root in plastic bags. When you’re shopping for iris rhizomes, don’t just look at the pretty picture on the package. Inspect the rhizomes through the bag. Feel them. They should be firm to the touch and show no signs of mold. Pick out the biggest and fattest of the bunch (a good argument for shopping early). The bigger the rhizome the better the flowers. If you can’t plant them right away, just store them in a cool spot until the ground thaws. Bearded and Dwarf Bearded Irises are most commonly found in bare root offerings.

The popular Bearded Irises come in almost any color combination imaginable. They’ll range in height from about 15” to 36”. Mature Bearded Irises will have 3 to 5 flowers on each stem that opens in early spring.

Dwarf Bearded Iris varieties grow to heights of no more than 8” or so. Bearded and Dwarf Bearded Irises prefer to be planted in full sun in soil that’s been enriched with plenty of organic matter. The area should be well drained to avoid rotting rhizomes.

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Later in spring, Japanese and Siberian irises will appear in the garden center as potted perennial plants rather than bareroot rhizomes. Japanese Irises are some of the tallest Iris groups with some cultivars getting as tall as 4’. Japanese irises can tolerate some light shade and perform best when planted in an area with damp acidic soil. Along a stream or a boggy pond bank would be a great spot for Japanese Irises.

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Another iris will appear at the garden center late in spring in the display of plants for water gardening. Yellow Flag or Water Flag Irises grows to a height of about 3’. The flowers of this moisture loving iris are bright yellow sometimes highlighted with purple veins. The bluish green leaves contrast nicely with the bright yellow flowers. Variegated cultivars are available that have yellow striped leaves in spring that gradually turn green as summer progresses. Yellow Flag Irises should be planted in organic-rich, damp areas. It is a bog plant that will do poorly if planted where it dries out at all.

Irises mature quickly so, be ready to divide them every few years. An overgrown group of irises will form a ring as the original plants die out in the center. Dig these clumps up in early spring and divide by chopping into several smaller clumps and replanting. Make sure to freshen up the soil with more organic matter before replanting.

Irises as a group are one of my favorites. They’re easy and prolific and, since they flower early in the season, they’ll chase those winter blues away long before we see signs of life from most of our garden plants. Give them a try; you’ll be glad you did. Thanks for the read.


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To assure that your eyes are working at their maximum potential, you should consume the following foods and vitamins: VITAMIN A (RETINOL): Found in plants with carotenes, such as carrots, cabbage and lettuce; also found in butter, eggs, Âżsh oil and liver. If you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t consume enough Vitamin A, you can develop nyctalopia (night blindness) and / or dry eyes. VITAMIN B2 (RIBOFLAVIN): Necessary for development of healthy skin and eye tissue. This vitamin is found in green vegetables, Âżsh, liver, cheese and milk. NIACIN (NICOTINIC ACID): Without niacin, Vitamin B2 cannot function properly. Niacin is found in whole grains, enriched bread and cereals, yeast and lean meat. For further information, call our ofÂżce at 399-6368


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Healthy Connection A Special Page Dedicated to Informative Health News

Szymczak and Evans Family General Dentistry “A True Family Practice”

Szymczak and Evans Family General Dentistry focuses on making sure that each patient understands what, if any, treatment is necessary and why. Drs. Evans take time to explain to you what your options are, while listening to Dr. Don Patton Evans your concerns so that we are able to customize Dr. Rebecca Szymczak Evans your treatment plan. We have made a commitment to preventative dentistry to minimize your overall costs and protect your oral health. Let our family take care of yours.

461 Saratoga Road • Glenville, NY 12302 • (518) 399-6939 www.SandEfamilydental.com DINING ROOM SET w/ leaf, 4 chairs $150. 4 piece resin wicker set, outdoor/ indoor. Like new $500. 580-9390

LEGOS WANTED! MY boys love Legos! If you have sets or bins, Please call 885-0999 $

TRI-TOWN SENIORS MARCH meeting Wed. March 23. May trip money will be due that night of $30.

Back to the Basics Consistent • Individualized Care For The Whole Family

399-0200 (Fax) 399-4517 Jane Nugent, FNP, C.S. Board Certified Nurse Practitioner

30-60% DISCOUNT to spay & alter cats & dogs. Friends of Animals. 1-800 321-PETS or 203 866-5223

123 Saratoga Road Scotia, NY 12302

Wade’s Tree Serv. & Landscape Co. 10% disc. w/ad. Tree care, landscaping, mowing. Ins. Free. est. 384-7285

SERVICES / HAULING. Basement and Attic Cleaning Call today to clean and haul away 729-6365

March is National Nutrition Month®

Angels Needed!

GLENVILLE – National Nutrition Month® is a nutrition education and information campaign created annually in March by the American Dietetic Association. The campaign focuses attention on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits. Need nutrition information? The Glenville YMCA has a registered dietitian on staff! Call 399-8118 for more information. (A)

CAPITAL REGION – Soldiers’ Angels is a non-profit organization with the sole mission of aiding and supporting the brave men and women of the military, wherever we raise the flag of the United States of America. Many different levels of volunteering are needed. If you can help, please e-mail Bertha at ctlny24@gmail.com or Amy at clozline@aol.com (A)

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Where Can You Find Designer Brands Such As Chanel, Hermes, Gucci and Louis Vuitton For Up To A Third Off The Retail Price? Worth Repeating, Of Course. What’s That? Worth Repeating, an upscale women’s clothing consignment shop, opened for business on January 6, 2001. Tracey Harris felt that there was a need for a very nice consignment shop in our area. When space became available in Socha Plaza, Tracey jumped at the opportunity to open her own shop. Ann Marie Chamberlain joined Worth Repeating 7 years ago, with 18 years of consignment shop experience. Worth Repeating is different from most other ladies consignment shops. They only take in “up-todate” items. Every item a consignor brings in is entered into the computer, so they know immediately if an item has sold and how much is owed to the consignor. You never have to worry when you leave consignments at Worth Repeating. Tracey and Ann Marie are proud that they run a very friendly shop, where customer service is their #1 priority. Stop in at Worth Repeating to say “hi” and see the latest in Spring and Summer Fashions! Open: Tuesday - Friday 10am - 5pm; Saturday 10am - 4pm; Closed Sunday and Monday

Left: Tracey Harris (Owner); Right: Ann Marie Chamberlain

123 SARATOGA ROAD, ROUTE 50 - (SOCHA PLAZA) • GLENVILLE, NEW YORK • 384-0986


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Business & Service Guide APPLIANCE SALES & SERVICE

FENCING

TOP HAT PROPERTY SERVICES 518-577-6833 or 518-577-0976

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

A Name You Trust! Best Prices. Insured. 518-231-0054

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FIREWOOD

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES

Cut - Split - Delivered $225 882-9646

$$$ Top Dollar Paid $$$ No Title…No Problem! Insured. 925-0211

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CHIMNEYS

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

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

CLEANING INT./EXT. Cleaning in your home, Cleaning in our plant. We Pickup & Deliver. 3M Scotchguard - Deodorize. We Carry a Complete Line of Flooring Products.

This Space 4 Weeks Available $40 FOR ONLY FO

D & L TREE SERVICE 399-1006

EDWARD K. KNIGHT CONSTRUCTION

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

TAYLOR’D CONSTRUCTION Additions, Dormers, Kitchens, Baths, Railings, Painting, Stairs (spiral-circular),

Experienced. References. Glenville, Rexford, Niskayuna & Rotterdam 356-7903, leave message if necessary. (0331)

DEMOLITION & EXCAVATION

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 (C) 399-7443

Wade’s Tree Service & Landscape Co.

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)

10% Discount w/ad. Complete tree care, landscaping & mowing services. Fully ins. Free est. 384-7285

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

This Space 4 Weeks Available $40 FOR ONLY FO

Free Estimates – 23 years exp. (C)

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JULIE’S HOUSECLEANING

Light Trucking, Clean-out: Garages, Attics, Cellars, Old Tires - Reasonable. Free Estimate. 399-5937 (C)

346-6784 or 330-2316 (cell)

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Siding, Doors & Windows.

Complete Tree Care • Stump Removal 37 Yrs. exp. • Free Estimate • Fully Insured

PKN WINDOWS & DOORS Professional Installation. Fully Insured. Windows-Doors-Siding. Free Estimates. Phil Nowak 393-6969 or 887-2253 (0317)

LET GEORGE DO IT!

NIP THE HANDYMAN

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

399-7656

899-6151 (H); 368-3352 (cell) Husband/Wife Team, Painting, Plumbing, Electrical, Carpentry. No job too small. (0317)

FOR ONLY FO

CARPENTRY PLUS 339-5484

Frank Fogg

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Mantles, Custom Cabinetry, Decks,

372-0332

214-4082

Tree removal, pruning, trimming, stump removal, tree climber & more. No job too big or too small! Here for your everyday needs! Fully Insured. (0331)

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GARDEN, LANDSCAPING SCAP G SCAPING & TREE SERVICES

CARBONE’S CARPETS

937-1400

All carpentry, mouldings, windows, decks, doors, etc. Jobs of all sizes. (0512)

JOHNSON FLOORING INSTALLATIONS

Blue Goose Chimney Sweep

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HOME REPAIR

SEASONED FIREWOOD

AA All Junk Cars & Trucks

REED’S TREE SERVICE & GC

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M&R Home Improvement Renovations

Get Your Lawn Ready for Spring! Call us and we’ll get you started!!

AMERICAN FENCE

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North Country Home Improvement Decks, Windows, Doors, Siding Kitchens, Baths, Additions. Give us a call, we do it all. 703-0839

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RENT-A-SPOUSE Repairs, remodeling, painting, Replacement windows, doors. etc. Fully insured. 248-3739 (0331)

THP CUSTOM BUILDERS Kitchen, Bathroom Renovations, Stairs, Sta Stair a Railing, Trim Work, Finished Basements Fully insured. Free estimates. 365-1143 F (0317)

OVERHEAD DOORS AMSTERDAM OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY, Inc.

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

PAINTING & WALLPAPER PROFESSIONAL PAINTING BY TORRES CONTRACTING Int./Ext. Painting & Staining; Pressure Washing. Fully Ins. Free Est. 631-0572 • 229-4720 (C)

AWESOME COLORS Quality Painting & Wallpapering Free est. Fully ins. Professional results. Call Perry at 381-1809. (0324)


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THP CUSTOM BUILDERS

214-4082

PAINTING SOLUTIONS Int./Ext. painting & staining, wallpaper removal, wall repairs, taping. Res./Com. Free est. Fully ins. 986-1154 (0317)

PLUMBING/HEATING ELECTRICAL

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

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

Providing electrical upgrades & repairs. P Over 30 years’ experience. Professional. Dependable. Quality work. P (C)

HOME IMPROVEMENTS / UPGRADES Int./Ext. Electrical, Plumbing & Remodeling. Generac Authorized Sales & Service. 20+ yrs. exp. Fully ins. Bill 399-2991 (0324)

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

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

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

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

Veterans’ Discount Program SARATOGA COUNTY – In an effort to acknowledge the sacrifices of our veterans who have given so much for home and country‚ the Offices of the Board of Supervisors‚ the County Clerk and the Veteran’s Services Agency have created the “Return the FAVOR” Saratoga County Veterans’ Discount Program. This Return the FAVOR (Find & Assist Veterans of Record) discount program will enable Saratoga County Veterans to receive a discount from Saratoga County business owners. Information about this program is now available on the County web site, www.saratogacountyny. gov. Information can be accessed through the “County Initiatives” link on the left side of the home page. The direct link to the program page is http://www.saratogacountyny. gov/initiatives.asp?iid=8. For more information: Saratoga County Clerk’s Office, 8852213; Saratoga County Veterans Service Agency, 884-4115; Saratoga County Board of Supervisors, 885-2240. (A)

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SEPTIC SERVICES CHARLTON SEPTIC SERVICE 399-1323

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TORRES ROOFING & CHIMNEY REPAIR All Types of Roofing, New Roofs & Repair, Siding, Free Estimates, Fully Insured.

MEL 887-5870

Along With The 17,225 Papers We Mail To These Areas Every Week You Can Pick Up The At The Following Locations BURNT HILLS Sam’s Chinese Terry’s Rte. 50 Super Lot Morris Ford Mercury Basic Foods Burnt Hills Hardware Focastle Farms Burnt Hills Wine & Spirits Burnt Hills Music Peking Wok Sunshine Dry Cleaners Subway Personal Image Pizza Works SCOTIA O’Leary’s Pub Roy Matthews Precision Auto Gabriel’s Market

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“We solve your mystery for less!” Drain Cleaning & Plumbing Services 24-hr. Emergency Service Fully Ins. (0324)

ROOFING

Plumbing – Heating – Cooling Licensed, Professional

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Complete Septic Service; Portable Toilet Rentals

MYSTERY ROOTER 379-7953

SUBURBAN SERVICES GROUP

JOE CARACCIOLO ELECTRIC Licensed Master Electrician Fully Insured • 399-8563 Free Estimates

Standby Generators, Fully Automatic 24/7 On Sale! $3,500 Installed Fully insured. 365-1143 (0317)

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SCOTIA HOME SERVICE ROOFING Since 1941 New Roofs Fully Insured – Free Estimates JOHN E. CLANCY, OWNER 346-7243 214 Craigie Ave. Scotia, NY 12302

ODORLESS SANITARY CLEANERS Complete Septic Service

399-3482 Kory Loukes

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WATER TREATMENT HEY CULLIGAN MAN!

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Montessori Open House SCHENECTADY – RiverRun Community Montessori Open House: Join us for an introduction to Montessori for the elementary student (grades 1-8). Tour the facilities, meet students and their families, and speak with our teachers. See for yourself why children thrive in our multi-grade classroom where there are no tests, homework, or report cards. Sunday, March 27, 1-2:30pm. 1840 Van Vranken Ave. (Bianco DeFranco Center), Schenectady. Call Jennifer Hanson at 334-3099 for more information. Open to the public. RiverRun Community Montessori does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender, or gender presentation as to students or staff. (P)

Flick n’ Float BURNT HILLS – Flick n’ Float, Friday, March 18, 6-8pm at Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School pool. Bring your own float and come see Finding Nemo! There will be freeze pops available! Certified lifeguards on duty at the pool at all times. Parents are welcomed and encouraged to stay with their children. Cost: $5 per child. All proceeds will benefit the Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Boys and Girls Swimming and Diving Booster Club. (A)

Foster/Adoptive Parent Information Meeting SARATOGA COUNTY – A Foster/Adoptive Parent Information Meeting will be held on March 21, 4pm, at the Services Building, 152 West High Street, Ballston Spa. Saratoga County is in need of foster homes for children of all ages, especially for teenagers. The next certification class will begin in April/May, 2011. Please contact Jennifer Otten or Stacey McVaigh at 884-4157 for more information. (A)

Whitney Book Corner Book Sale SCHENECTADY – The Whitney Book Corner, located at 600 Union Street, Schenectady, will hold a sale on paperback books thru March 20.The books will be 3/$1. The store is open seven days a week, Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm (Thursday until 7pm); Saturday 11am-3pm and Sunday 1:30-3:30pm. The Whitney sells quality used books at reasonable prices as well as used audio books, records, videos, CDs and DVDs. Gift certificates are available. It is operated by the Friends of Schenectady County Public Library and all proceeds benefit the library system. (A)

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Food Service Worker’s Certification Course

Sign Replacement Grant Applications

SCHENECTADY – Schenectady County Environmental Health Unit announces a Food Worker’s Certification Course open to food workers and managers. The course is essential training for professionals involved in the food service industry. The 10-hour course will be held in room S101 of the Stockade Building, Schenectady County Community College. The course is presented in four sessions: March 28, April 4, April 11 & April 18. Course fee: $50. For more information or to register, call 386-2818. (A)

GLENVILLE – The Town of Glenville has announced that applications will now be accepted for its 2011 Sign Replacement Grant Program, with the initial application period ending April 29, 2011. This sign grant program, funded through a $35,000 REDI (Revitalization and Economic Development Investment) line item in the 2011 Town of Glenville budget, is designed to enhance the attractiveness of Glenville’s major commercial corridors and help businesses improve their “curb appeal” through replacement of existing signs. Applications and program details are available on the town’s website, www.townofglenville.org, and at the Glenville Municipal Center’s Economic Development and Planning Department, 688-1200 x407. (A)

Vocal Award Scholarships CAPITAL DISTRICT – Burnt Hills Oratorio Society announces that they are accepting applications for their fourteenth annual Vocal Award Scholarships. Each year two current High School juniors or seniors are awarded a cash prize and invited to sing at a future concert. This year the auditions will be held on two different dates: the Preliminaries will be held on Sunday, May 22 at the Saratoga Springs United Methodist Church. The four top contestants will then appear in a concert at Skidmore’s Arthur Zankel Music Center on Saturday, June 11 to compete for the two awards. Details and applications may be found at www. bhos.us or by calling Rand Reeves at 885-5472. (A)

Free Public Lectures MENANDS – The Apostle Paul said, “Prove all things” which we do by presenting facts about our Creator and the creation. No Theories, Concepts, or Opinions – only facts. Come and find out for yourself. The Institute of Divine Metaphysical Research, Inc. Lectures are held every Wednesday and Friday from 7:30-9:30pm and Sundays from 11am-1pm at: 100 Broadway, Mid City Plaza, Menands. For further information e-mail us at idmralbany@yahoo.com (A)

Boy Scout Troop 56 Benefit GLENVILLE – On Tuesday, March 22, from 5-8pm, Boy Scout Troop 56 is hosting dinner at Friendly’s Restaurant, Route 50 in Glenville. Friendly’s will donate a portion of all sales to support the many activities the boys are involved in. Come beat the winter blues and have dinner and/or ice cream with Troop 56. Door prizes awarded to lucky participants. Just mention at the door you are there to support Troop 56. All ages welcome. (A)

Amelia Earhart Luncheon

Catholic Central HS 50th Reunion

GLENVILLE – Amelia Earhart Luncheon hosted by the Zonta Club of Schenectady will be held on Saturday, March 26, 11am-2pm at the Empire State Aerosciences Museum, Ruby Chase Blvd., off Route 150, Glenville. Special Guests, Delicious Lunch, Fabulous Exhibits, Exciting Raffle Baskets. Cost: $30 per person. Proceeds benefit the Zonta Scholarship Program. Please visit our website for more information and to confirm your reservation www.zontadistrict2.org - choose the club’s dropdown menu and select area 1, Schenectady. (A)

CAPITAL DISTRICT – The class of 1961 at Catholic Central High School in Troy is planning its 50th reunion to be held the weekend of September 30 - October 2. If you are a member of the class, and have not been contacted, please send an email to Mary Curran Folsom mfolsom@aol.com (A)

Defensive Driving Class LATHAM – Defensive Driving Class Saturday, March 26, 9am-3pm at the Latham Stay Inn (formerly Hampton Inn) on Route 9. This class will provide 10% off both liability and collision insurance as well as 4 points off your license. No tests involved. Call Dave at 605-4021 for details or registration. (A)

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Spring Craft Fair & Chicken Dinner SCOTIA – The Scotia United Methodist Church, located at 201 N. Ten Broeck St. is holding its annual Spring Craft Fair and Baked Chicken Dinner on Saturday, March 26. Craft Fair hours are 10am-4pm and we have a few spaces left to fill with handcrafted items. Lunch will be served during the day; dinner will be served from 4:30-6:30pm with continuous seating. Take-out available. We also have an elevator for our dinner guests who are unable to use stairs. Call 399-3534 for an application or for more information. Please leave your name, phone number and craft and we’ll return your call. (A)

Safe Boating Certification Class SCOTIA – Personal Water Craft (PWC) Safe Boating Certification Class will be offered on Saturday, April 9, 9am4pm at Guan-Ho-Ha Banquet Hall. In partnership with the United States Power Squadron the Guan-Ho-Ha Fish and Game Club will host a PWC and Boating certification course. Learn the fundamentals of safe boat handling and operation in one comprehensive classroom course. This course meets state specific and National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) requirements for operator certification. The class, which is offered in a single day, satisfies the NYS certification requirement for operators of Personal Water Craft and young boaters between the ages of 10 and 16. The class is open to everyone. Cost: $30 per person, $50 for couples sharing the course textbook. The course fee includes an extensive course textbook. For more information and to register contact Armand Canestraro at 372-7220. (A)

Massage to Support Local Charity CLIFTON PARK – Marotta Health and Wellness will be offering 1-hour massage for $70 and donating $20 from each massage to local charity - Marisa4Haiti (http://marisa4haiti. com/) from now until the end of March. Please help us support this great cause by getting a massage for yourself or a loved one! For more information or to schedule an appt. please call 357-3347. The office is located at 939 Route 146, Building 200 in Clifton Park. (A)

Whitney Book Corner Book Sale SCHENECTADY – The Whitney Book Corner, located at 600 Union Street, Schenectady, will hold a sale on paperback books thru March 20. All paperbacks are 3/$1. The store is open seven days a week, Mon.-Fri., 10am-4pm (Thurs. until 7pm); Sat. 11am-3pm; and Sun. 1:30-3:30pm. The Whitney sells quality used books at reasonable prices as well as used audio books, records, videos, CDs and DVDs. Gift certificates are available. It is operated by the Friends of Schenectady County Public Library and all proceeds benefit the library system. (A)

VFW #358 Meetings BALLSTON SPA – The VFW Post 358, 68 E. North St, Ballston Spa has announced their meetings schedule: Men - Every 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7pm; Ladies Auxiliary Every 3rd Monday of the month at 7pm; and Men’s Auxiliary - Every 3rd Thursday of the month at 7pm. Call 885-8580 for more information. (A)


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48. Candidate’s concern 50. Monthly bill 54. Head of the police force (British, pl.) 59. Bisect 60. “Beetle Bailey” dog 61. Golden Triangle country 62. Basket material 63. Hogwash 64. Coastal raptor 65. Scorches 66. A nestling hawk or falcon 67. Caught in the act Down 1. Master 2. Cab (pl.) 3. Litmus reddeners 4. Hunting dog with a long, silky coat 5. “___ From Muskogee” 6. Annul 7. Acting in an assured manner 8. Choppers, so to speak 9. Form into a chain 10. Where a patient lies during surgery (pl.) 11. “My ___!” 12. Boat in “Jaws” 13. Checked out

VACATION PROPERTY PORT ST. LUCIE, FL: 55+ Community, 2br, 2ba., Spanish Lakes, Florida rm. 1 mo. min., $1,050 Apr. & May. 421-0880

21. Deception 22. ___ Master’s Voice 26. Mail place: Abbr. 27. Heads up 29. Ancient Andean 30. Casting need 31. “___ quam videri” (North Carolina’s motto) 32. Check 33. Monetary unit of Ghana 34. Came down 36. Abominable Snowman 39. A furrow or groove, as in a column (pl.) 40. Gun, as an engine 45. Anita Brookner’s “Hotel du ___” 47. Mozart’s “L’___ del Cairo” 49. Stir up, in a way 51. Roar 52. Freetown currency unit 53. Big Bertha’s birthplace 54. A type of candy (British, abbrev.) 55. Chop finely 56. Hip bones 57. Ancient colonnade 58. First-rate

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BURNT HILLS - 2 BR Townhouse: Newly renovated, granite counters, walk-in closets. Energy Star A/C. $825 +. 1-877-267-6468

SCOTIA 2-FAMILY: 3+ bedrooms each flat, detached garage. New furnaces, roof, chimney, windows throughout. Near Collins park. Scotia-Glenville schools. Needs little TLC. $158,000, offers. 372-0557, 847-3103(cell)

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GREAT COUNTRY HOME in the south. Lexington S.C. 2.69 acres, 3 BR, 2 ba. f/p, 2 sheds, big porch $49,900. For questions (518) 955-8991 For pictures assetrealtyinc.com listing # 252188

cohoes/ latham, new condo. 1 lg. BR. Victorian style, storage rm, C/A, gas heat, priv. pkng, billiard rm & laundry room, pets ok. $700+ 389-5253

HALFMOON Mohawk River $850 mo. w/dock. 2 BR, private & quiet, new carpet, washe,dryer. No pets no smokers.. Ideal for senior or couple. 371-1285 GLENS FALLS 2 BR 39 Cherry. Remodeled upper. o/s prkg, w/d hkup, lrg backyd Sec + util. $675. 792-4664 ONE OF A KIND-COLONIAL on Lake Desolation. Rent with option to buy. A must see. 584-0766/867-5913

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HOME FOR RENT. Town of Day- large 2BR. Recently remodeled. Lots of sun. Garage & basement & large deck. Security, references. $700. 863-7090 MECH’VILLE $750 Lrg. 1 BR with den, o/s parking, W/D included. Avail now. No smokers/pets. 522-8191 FOR RENT. MOBILE HOME suitable for 2. 15 minutes to Saratoga or Glens Falls in Corinth. Rt. 9N area. 893-6414 CLIFTON PARK DUPLEX I 87, exit 8A. 3 BR,1.5 ba, basement, gas ht.garage, yard. No pets, NS. $1100+ 372-7054 or 877-5936 CORINTH SUNNY 2 BR. Modern kitch/ full bath/ fam room Cable ready, w/d,off-st. pk’g. $695 heat, water, garbage incl. No dogs. 337-9116 CORINTH 1BR W/D hook-up, parking, porch. $600/mo+. Call 577-6558 COHOES/ LATHAM, NEW condo. 1 lg. BR. Victorian style, storage rm, C/A, gas heat, priv. pkng, billiard rm & laundry room, pets ok. $700+ 389-5253

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HELP WANTED MEDICAL HOME HEALTH AIDE wanted for Saturdays for elderly Glenville woman. Send resume/letter of interest to Home Health Aide Ad, c/o The Weekly Pennysaver, 411 Ballston Rd., Scotia, NY 12302

MANUFACTURING. Mechanical Assemblers, CNC mill and Lathe operators, CNC programmers. Openings- Niskayuna/Scotia/ Coxsackie. Call 371-4343. jobs@corepay.com AVON-EARN EXTRA $$. General info line: 1-800-796-2622 or email avondetails@aol.com (ISR) P/T F/T FOSTER PARENTS NEEDED for children ages 0-21 yrs. Share your heart and your home. Thousands of children in New York State are in need of loving adults to care for them. Many canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t live with their parents and they long for someone who will care for them, love them, keep them safe...How about you? Contact Berkshire Farm Center and Services for Youth today! 456-1969 HOUSECLEANER: Route 147, 7 mi. north of Scotia. 4 hours bi-weekly, flexible. $10/hr. 399-5896 MOVIE EXTRAS TO stand in the background.Experienced not required. Earn up to $200/ day. 877-432-5229

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LIVE IN PERSONAL CARE AIDES. Are you interested in working 3 days a week & having the other 4 off? Call Concepts of Health Care @ (518) 885-2020 AUTO AUCTION DRIVERS needed for Thursdays. May add additional day if desired in the future. Must be able to drive a standard. Ideal for retirees. $7.50 hr. to start. Apply in person Monday through Wednesday between 9 am & 3:30 pm at Manheim Albany, 459 Route 146, Clifton Park EEO Employer. OUT OF WORK, unemployed downsized or just need extra money. Call C-Mart 487-9118 ATTENTION: Water Tech. & Customer Service positions: Training provided. Must be a HS Grad Starting $535 per wk. Benefits & bonuses. 899-5555 H2o Solutions OUT OF WORK, unemployed downsized or just need extra money. Call C-Mart 487-9118


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BROADWAY USED TIRES 1471 Broadway • Schenectady

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

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AUTOS WANTED: Cars & Trucks Buying unwanted cars and trucks, equipment...junks, busted out, broken...I want them!! Paying $175 and up. Call Jeff 366-5016. $ CARS WANTED $ We buy cars and trucks. Looking to sell a car or truck? Give us a call. Best prices paid. 347-2277 DONATE YOUR CAR. “Food on Wheels” program. Family relief services, tax deduction. Receipt given on the spot. Any condition, free tow within 3 hours. 1-800-364-5849, 1-877-44 MEALS DONATE YOUR VEHICLE United Breast Cancer Foundation. Free Mammogram www.ubcf.info Receive $1000 grocery coupon 1-888-468-5964 2001 NISSAN PATHFINDER XE 4x4 SUV. 79K, AT, sunroof, $8950 neg. 885-6600. www.shopbrodys.com

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WANTED All Junk Vehicles $200 And Up Complete

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798-8902

DONATE A CAR- save a child’s life! Timothy Hill Children’s Ranch: Helping abused and neglected children in NY for over 30 years. Please call 1-800-252-0561

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

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Ballston Lake

399-9229

Scotia

346-1124

Time For An Upgrade?

DONATE YOU CAR. FREE TOWING “Cars for Kids” Any condition. Tax deductible. Outreach Center 1-800-521-7566 2008 JEEP WRANGLER Sahara, 4X4, asking $4,899. 4 doors, Automatic, Hard top, send your questions to jame64rb@msn.com 518-620-6983 1996 MERCURY MARQUIS 61K. Excellent cond. Tan w/ maroon landau roof. Sharp car. Asking $1500. 526-5665

Last Week’s Answers MOTORCYCLES MOTORCYCLE WANTED Road bike, 750 cc or larger. Up to $2500. 439-0293

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NOTICE: AS REQUESTED … Due To The “Non-Spring-Like” Weather, Our Spring Home Improvement Was

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