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BALLSTON LAKE – Emmanuel Baptist Church would like to invite you to attend their Missions Conference on April 17-20. Come hear national pastors from all over the world. Services at 9:30am and 10:30am Sunday, lunch following, with an afternoon service immediately after lunch. Supper Monday through Wednesday at 6pm, services at 7pm. 184 Eastline Road. Contact Pastor Rob Newcome at 522-6134. (P)

A Day of Fundraising for Japan CLIFTON PARK – Pai’s Academy of Tae Kwon Do presents “A Day of Fundraising for Japan” on Saturday, April 16, at the Gowana Middle School gym, 970 Route 146 in Clifton Park. Doors will open at 3pm. From 3:304pm: Zakuro-Daiko – The Union College Japanese Drumming Ensemble; from 4-5pm: Pai’s Tae Kwon Do Demonstration team. Tickets: $5 per person; under age 3, free. All money collected will be donated directly to the Red Cross relief fund for earthquake and tsunami victims in Japan. Call 3718285 for more information. (P)

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The Divine Mercy GLENVILLE – The Church of the Immaculate Conception is sponsoring a bus trip to the National Shrine of Divine Mercy in Stockbridge, MA on May 1. Schedule: Bus leaves the Church at 9:30am, bring your lunch; arrive at Shrine late morning. 10am-1pm: Mother of Mercy Outdoor Service. Confessions until 5pm; food court until 6pm; craft shop until 5pm. Lourdes Grotto: all day. 1pm: Divine Mercy Solemn Liturgy. 3pm: Solemn Celebration of the “Hour of Great Mercy”—Novena and Chaplet of the Divine Mercy—Exposition and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament—Blessing of Religious Articles. 6pm: Return to Immaculate Conception Church. Mail check for $29 to George Fountain, 23 Country Fair Lane, Scotia, NY 12302 or Carmel Lavergne, 14 Maybrook Drive, Scotia, NY 12302. Limited seats available. (P)

Program at New Growth Fellowship SCOTIA – Local psychic, minister and former music teacher, Karl Kolsbun, will present a program entitled “ET’s and the Truth About Reality and Dimensions Beyond Time and Space” at 7:30pm at Beukendaal Hall, Schonowee Ave., on Thursday, April 14. Program is sponsored by New Growth Fellowship (NGF), is open to the public and an $8 donation is requested. Fee includes complimentary refreshments and the opportunity to purchase gift packs (valued at $25+) for only $2.50. Further information available by calling NGF Director Dr. Henry Mosteller, 399-9347 or Program Director Karen Kennedy, 399-0644. (P)

“Critical Decisions” GLENVILLE – Seton Health’s Faith Community Nursing and the Parish Nurse Program at Immaculate Conception Church is sponsoring a series of presentations called “Critical Decisions”. The focus of these seminars will be on making pre-planned decisions for end of life issues. The next seminar will be held on Tuesday, April 12 at 7pm at Immaculate Conception Church in the Flicker Room, 400 Saratoga Road (Rt. 50), Glenville. The discussion will be “Critical Medical Decisions/Advanced Directives”. Michael W. Dailey, MD, from Albany Medical Center’s Emergency Medicine Group, will address healthcare proxy, DNR, MOLST, organ donation, Family Health Care Decisions Act 2010 and how to make your wishes known and honored if you can no longer speak for yourself. This event is free and all are welcome. For more information, call Faith Community Nurse, Betty Parks, RN, at 346-3418. (P)





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Hopefully by the time you’re reading this we’ll have gotten a break for the lingering cold and wind. At least most of the snow has melted except for the more tenacious parking lot “bergs”. Hopefully April’s showers can melt them and May’s flowers after all. In spite of the lingering coldt is nice to have put winter behind us even though we could see another flake or two. Spring will not be denied much longer.! During last few years perennials have become very popular. I suppose that this is due to the theory that, since perennials come up every year, folks can avoid “all that work” involved with planting annuals that need to be planted every year. I would prefer to think that our gardening tastes have become more sophisticated as the years go by. Perhaps we’ve learned to appreciate perennials during all stages of their development rather than demanding the “instant gratification” that annuals provide. I myself would never exclude either from my garden. “Variety is the spice of life” as they say. While it’s true that perennials are a more permanent addition to the flowerbed, annuals, with their unending show of flowers will always have a place in my flowerbeds. How could I resist the feathery foliage and cheerful flowers of cosmos or the durable height of cleome? How can you top the color impatiens or coleus bring to the shady corners of your yard? The little effort involved in planting annuals is amply rewarded by the show annuls provide. Anyway…with the planting season starting up, I am compelled to mention a product that I won’t plant a perennial, shrub, tree, or hardy flowerbulb without. What if you could buy a product that was high in phosphorus, lasted in the soil long enough to feed your plants for 4 or 5 years and was 100% organic? Sounds great doesn’t it? What is this amazing new product? Just something that you greatgrandmother or great grandfather probably used…BONE MEAL!

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SCOTIA – On Wednesday, April 13, Our Redeemer Lutheran Church on Glen Avenue in Scotia will hold the fourth and final Lenten service in a series that explores the faith of Old and New Testament people and how they encourage our faith in God. There will be a soup and bread supper at 6pm. Service begins in the sanctuary at 7pm. For more information, please go to or call 393-5031. (P)



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To appreciate bone meal, you have to understand the importance of phosphorus to your plants. Phosphorus is the middle of the three numbers on any fertilizer product (remember?). It stimulates root growth and flower and fruit production. There are many sources of phosphorus. Some are rapidly available as in soluble plant foods like Miracle-Gro. Others are slower as in 5-10-5, a popular vegetable food. The steamed, sterilized phosphorus in bone meal is not a chemical fertilizer and is not soluble at all. Bone meal MUST be mixed into the soil at planting time so the roots of the plant will grow into and through the bone meal. This provides the plant with a source of phosphorus that the plant can use as it needs. New gardeners become aware of the importance of bone meal when they plant their first fall bulbs like daffodils and tulips. More experienced gardeners realize the value of adding bone meal to the soil whenever they are planting ANYTHING that they expect to return every year. I always add bone meal when I’m planting trees, rose bushes, evergreens, flowering shrubs, evergreens, fruit trees, and, especially, perennial plants. The only time I DON’T add bone meal is when I’m planting annuals or vegetables that will only grow for one season. Adding bone meal to you peat moss/soil blend in the bottom of your planting hole below shrubs trees, bulbs and perennials insures that the root system will establish itself in the shortest possible time. If the root system is strong and vigorous, the rest of the plant will follow suit. During the active part of the season I still use my other plant foods to provide nitrogen and potassium but, early and late in the season when substantial root growth is occurring, I know my bone meal is down there helping the plant take advantage of the cool weather. Remember that bone meal can’t burn like a chemical fertilizer, so it’s very safe when placed near the roots. Anyone who’s had the experience of planting fall bulbs without bone meal only to watch them get smaller and smaller each year can appreciate the value of adding bone meal. As I’ve been known to say, “You’d be crazy to overlook the benefit of adding bone meal in all permanent planting situations.” Once again, thanks for the read.


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1940’S-50’S LADIES HATS 1950’s-80’s long and short prom gowns, gloves, lingerie, mens clothing, tux’s, suits, western, uniforms, kids/adults dance and other costumes. 762-5529 2005 JOHN DEERE 4310 w/ Loader&Mower,4wd, $4800, details at 347-657-9531. QUEEN SIZE Stearns & Foster mattress/bed frame $100, large oak dresser (no mirror), chest of drawers & wardrobe that match $225 OBO. Home office desk $40, writing desk $30, Mission coffee table $25, natural 36’’ dining table and 2 chairs $70, asst. small tables. 580-9456 (Saratoga Springs) EASY CASH! OLD WAR letters & items, old coins & money, old jewelry, president & famous autographs. Private collector. (518)321-1896 MASON FOR HIRE. All foundation repairs. Guar. porch & step repair. All concrete work/ repair, free est, Ins. 892-1476 ATTENTION: AUTHORS AND WRITERS. We are holding a free informational meeting on publishing at the Saratoga Holiday Inn, April 21st, 7pm. We will be accepting manuscripts for consideration. To register or submit manuscripts visit: or call 899-2097. Eileen’s Cleaning Service If it isn’t clean, it hasn’t been cleaned by Eileen. 15 yrs exp. All cities. Free est. Eileen cell (518)858-9411 LAKESIDE Painting & More Int/ ext., pressure washing, deck staining also doing Spring clean-ups & haul away’s & other various jobs. Free est. & ins. Book now & save. 518-486-0843

w w w. c r w n e w s p a p e r s . c o m “GARAGE DOOR GARY” Garage door electric openers. and service. Call for free estimate. 399-6102 PLUMBER 25+ YRS EXP. All Repairs and Installations. Heating, radiant. Insured. Free estimates 584-7719 Hire a veteran. BILL’S AUTOBODY Specializing in classic & antique restoration, rust work, metal fabrication, painting, spot painting. $200 enamel paint jobs, $500 urethane basecoat, clear coat for cars plus cost of paint, bodywork, materials. Call on trucks. Free estimates. 30 yrs exp. Call Bill (518) 322-1611 FRIDHOLM PAINTING Let us help you with all your interior/ ext. projects. Popcorn and cathedral ceilings, wall paper removal, staining, decks,, wall repair, carpentry, remodel work, too. Free estimate, lots of refs. Will show up. Neat, clean up Love what we do! Please call John Fridholm 330-9507or 1-877-REMODEL or visit

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Five Star General Masonry Foundation Repair • Basement Waterproofing Chimney Repair / Rebuild Sidewalks / Patio • Retaining Walls Custom Paver Installation Locally Owned and Operated No Interest Payment Plans Available

Office: 399-8373 • Cell: 577-1591

TREE SERVICE /LANDSCAPING/Pruning/Stump Grinding. Tree transplants, trees installed, tree removal. Waterproofing, wet basements. 495-9129/542-9033 Reed’s Tree Service & GC: Tree removal, pruning, trimming, stump removal, tree climber, more. Ins. 937-1400 ED’S Outdoor Enterprises Spring clean-ups, mowing, mulching available. Irrigation start ups. All stone and paver projects, plant installation and removal. Fully ins.955-6051 ALASKA CRUISE /TOUR 2012 NIGHT. A representative from Holland American Cruise Line will be presenting information and answering any questions you might have regarding an Alaska Cruise/Tour. Anyone interested please join us at McGeary’s Travel, 1141B Central Ave. Albany, NY on Wed. April 27th, 6:30. RSVP by calling Carolyn Graham at 858-4913 or email: PSYCHIC, MEDIUM, Clairvoyant. Linda, by phone/ person. Accurate, Experienced. Past radio work. 464-1412 STALL AVAILABLE. Large stalls, all day turnout. Grass pastures, miles of trails. 885-6072 Paul White Home Carpentry Framing • Additions Windows • Remodeling • Kitchens • Baths • Decks • Roofing • General Repairs • Free Est. Over 25 years exp. 885-4502

SPRING CLEAN-UP SPECIAL WINTER Take Advantage of Clean-Up Low Seasonal Rates!! SALE

Roll-Off Containers Are Great For Cleaning Out That Basement Or Garage As Well As For Remodeling And Construction Debris. Convenient Rear Door For Easy Loading!


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QUEEN MATTRESS SET, brand new in bag w/warranty, must move, $260 can deliver, call 526-2333 Mike’s Home Improvements No job too big or small! If you can think it, we can do it. 480-5841 WEAVER’S HOUSE CLEANING 654-9794. $17 hourly,. Corinth, Wilton, Saratoga and Glens Falls. Insured & refs. 3 E’S LANDSCAPING We’re back! Better & cheaper with tremendous results! Mowing, dethatching, planting, hedges, power washing. Free est. Call John 210-0179

Animal Rescue Seminar CAPITAL DISTRICT – Learn how to safely rescue animals that are abandoned in your community, Saturday, April 9 beginning at 9am at Diamond Rock Terrace, Pet Care Community Hall, Bldg. 13, Gurley Avenue, Troy. For additional information: 334-0348 or (P)

MOW MASTERS Lawn Care Spring clean up. Weekly mowing. Dethatching, hedge trimming, mulching, planting. Free estimates/ fully insured. Please call 858-6229 SEASONED FIREWOOD $250/CORD Green Firewood $170/cord. Cut, split & delivered. Discount on 2 or more. Dependable & honest service. Call Harvey 338-5898 or 391-5363 B&D PRESSURE WASHING $125 1 story. $199- 2 story & mobile homes., decks, walks, gutters. Repairs too. 275-5288 or 369-1341

Palm Sunday Bake Sale SCHENECTADY – St. Anthony’s Church will host a Bake Sale on Saturday, April 16, 9am-6pm; and Sunday, April 17, 8am-1:30pm. The Church is located at 331 Seward Place in Schenectady. (P)



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PEDICURES & MANICURES at Cabello in Saratoga. Try a CND Shellac manicure. Goes on like polish, wears like gel, off in minutes. $25. Off Street parking. 226-0363


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DRAIN PRO RES. / COMM. Drain cleaning , sewage & sump pumps. Flat rate services. Sink, tub, & main line clearing. Call 320-6957 LAWN COMM/RES., 45 yrs exp., fully ins., mow, mulch, planting, treework, minor excav. Big Dave’s Yardcare. Dave Raylinsky 424-3667 COMPUTER, NETWORK & PHONE. Technology and service solution provider for business and home office. Free consultation service LLC. (518) 621-0401. Email STALL AVAILABLE. Large stalls, all day turnout. Grass pastures, miles of trails. 885-6072

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Glenville Dental has been in business since 1993 and at their current location on the corner of Rt. 50 and Gleason since 1996. Dr. Sandmann and Dr. Nevard use state of the art equipment including digital x-rays, intraoral cameras, electric handpieces, and have televisions in each operatory for patient comfort. Glenville Dental and the staff take great pride in being of service outside the office. Their sponsorships include shows at Freedom Park, water ski shows, Little Leagues, the Apple Run, Hockey and Volleyball. The staff participates in dental clinics for the National Guard and the Army, dental mission trips to Jamaica through Great Shape Inc, and dental education at the Burnt Hills Ballston Lake Elementary Schools as well as several daycares. Dr. Sandmann is the current Vice President of the 4th District Dental Society and the past president of the Schenectady County Dental Society. Combined, the doctors have attended in excess of 750 hours of continuing education. For more information, visit, or call 399-4031.

Douglas A. Sandmann D.D.S. Shelly Nevard D.D.S.



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Softball Travel Team Openings CAPITAL REGION – Miss Scotties Softball is seeking a couple of players to fill openings on their 12U travel teams. We are looking for girls who love the game of softball, wish to develop their skills, and be part of a competitive team. Any girls interested should send an email to or call 522-3449 for more information. (A)


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ROB RYAN D.J. / KARAOKE SERVICE: Over 50,000 titles. Book now and receive Free Karaoke with 4-hour event. 505-1480 JUNK CARS WANTED º $100- $500 for cars, trucks. Cash. Free pick-up. 365-3368 WINDOW CLEANING $5.50 per window exterior only. $8.50 inside / out. Professional,respectful, reliable, insured. Clean & Clear Window Cleaning. 763-1808 Free Est. HAVE YOUR OLD Home Movies, Slides, Photos and/or VHS tapes professionally transferred to DVD for easy viewing and storage. Call MARC 377-3501 or visit OLD APPLIANCES and FURNITURE REMOVED from your HOME or BUSINESS. Small or Large jobs. CLEAN OUTS. Call BILL THE JUNKMAN at 664-7488. Credit cards accepted. SALE! ENTIRE STORE!! Up to 50% the month of April. OLDE SOUTH ST. SHOPPE ANTIQUES, 200 Kingsley Rd., Burnt Hills. 12-5pm, M-W-F-Sat. 399-5180 Get the Job Done Right! All Roofing & Repairs. Roofing, Painting, Porches, Decks, Chimney Repair/Rebuild. Specializing in Slate Roof Repair. Free Est. Ins. Ron Bellrose Roofing & Contracting 346-6140 10% off with this ad! FRIDHOLM REMODELING Let us help you with your various interior/exterior home projects. Baths, kitchens, tile, carpentry, decks, molding & handyman repairs. Free estimate. Will show up. Neat. Cleanup. Love what we do! Please call John Fridholm 330-9507 or 1-877-REMODEL or visit

LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE: Scotia Storage Inc. will sell at Public Auction all of the personal property stored by: Cory Carr, EC-03: Household items, luggage; Rex Oliver (United Business Service), ELD-05: Office supplies, equipment; David Kirk, EC-029: Personal household, bike; Mary Rose Kress, EC-038: Personal; Richard Ormin, EC-106: Personal, toys; Eric Launder, EC-112: Tools, furniture; Jason Kristel, EC-183: Household, furniture, tools, musical; Guy Simmons, EC-191: Personal, household; Keith Williams, EC-201: Household, electronic. Auction to start at 11am on Thursday, April 14th at the premises of Scotia Storage Inc., located at 109 Freeman’s Bridge Road, Scotia, NY 12302. Gokey’s Auction will conduct sale for Scotia Storage Inc.

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

History of Medicine in Schenectady County

SCHENECTADY – Dr. James Strosberg, a retired rheumatologist, will speak about the history of medicine in Schenectady County on Wednesday, April 13, 7pm, at Schenectady County Public Library, 99 Clinton St. He is the principal author of “Two Centuries: Caring for a Community: The Medical Society of the County of Schenectady Bicentennial, 1810-2010.” A book sale and signing will follow the program. Call 388-4511 to register.

Robert S. Szymczak, D.D.S.

STUMP & GRIND Fast reliable stump grinding service. Insured. Serving Capital District 877-8033/ 301-5712 SEAMSTRESS--HEMMING (ALL TYPES) Pants, jeans, skirts, dresses, tops, coats. Sleeves shortened. Valances, decorative pillows. Some alterations, etc. Glenville 384-0343. 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.

LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF FORMATION of a Domestic Limited Liability Company (LLC) The name of the LLC is 1293 Route 9/Schodack, LLC. The Articles of Organization were filed with the NY Secretary of State on March 4, 2011. The purpose of the LLC is to engage in any lawful act or activity. The office of the LLC is to be located in Schenectady County. The Secretary of State is designated as the agent of the LLC upon whom process against the LLC may be served. The address of which the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC is 600 Consaulus Avenue, Schenectady, NY 12306. 461 Saratoga Road • Scotia, NY 12302

(518) 399-1169 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

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

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Hair Loss Control Clinic Respected Global Leader In Laser & Hair Loss Treatments Approaching 25 years of successfully treating hair loss in men and women, the Hair Loss Control Clinic is the global leader in professional Laser Hair Treatment therapies. Providing doctor-directed medically-based solutions for hair loss, HLCC offers the highest quality laser technology with patented hair loss products, to work synergistically to yield the best possible results. The study from the latest FDA cleared laser showed 97% of women had an increased hair count of •20%, William Blatter while 77% of all women showed a dramatic inPresident crease of •50%! Using a multi-therapeutic ap™ ™ proach, HLCC sees far better results. HLCC now has over 130 affiliated locations in 27 countries around the world.

For a free consultation, visit Hair Loss Control Clinic at 4 Avis Drive in Latham, NY 12110-2650. For more information, call 518-220-1500 877-HLCC-123 or visit

Volunteers Needed SCOTIA – Compassionate and caring individuals needed to assist with resident caregiving in a beautiful homelike environment. Joan Nicole Prince Home, a community home for the terminally ill, is looking for volunteers to help provide care to two residents in their last months of life. Training and ongoing support is provided. If interested, attend a 1-hour informational meeting on Thursday, April 21, 6:30pm, at 22 Glenview Drive in Scotia. An 8-hour training will be offered in May. For more information email or call 346-5471. (P)

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Scotia-Glenville Food Pantry SCOTIA – The S-G Food Pantry, located at the First Baptist Church of Scotia, 132 Mohawk Ave., Scotia, provides a 3-day supply of food to residents of Scotia-Glenville. Pantry is open Tuesdays 5:30-7pm and Thursdays 9-11am. Information: 3999426, ask for Janice Cooper; or call Eileen Quick at 377-2196.

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April 7, 2011 T.L.C. REMODELING: One call does it all. Home inspections, plumbing, electrical, masonry, decks, kitchens, baths, replacement windows, roofing. Fully insured, over 30 yrs. experience. 374-1616

LOCAL ARTISANS SPRING SALE--Saturday, April 9, 9am-4pm, 250 Lake Hill Rd., Burnt Hills, Barn at the Bridge. Shop Easter, Mother’s Day, jewelry, baskets, pottery, more!

CHARLTON--Barn Dance, Sat., April 9, 7-9pm. Dance away the winter blues! Harmony Hall, 1401 Peaceable St. (corner Rte. 67), Charlton. All ages welcome. No experience necessary. All dances taught. Music by TuneFolk & Friends, caller Paul Rosenberg. Admission: $3; Couple $5; Child (6-12) $1. Refreshments available. Information: 384-3275

GUIDING THE HEALING JOURNEY OF WOMEN: SANDRA NAGLE-GERMAIN, MA, a Pastoral Psychotherapist committed to those women whose bodies, minds and spirits carry wounds of abuse and trauma. Specializing in relationship conflict, grief, depression, anxiety and resistance to growth. 377-5899

NORTHEAST HOME IMPROVEMENT: Kitchens, decks, additions, garages, porches, siding. High quality work. Professional, insured. Free estimates. LARRY CUNNINGHAM, Glenville, NY 399-5896 or 421-1029.

GRASS IS GROWING, lawns need mowing! Let us help you with your yard. Call 393-0215 for a free estimate.

LET GEORGE DO IT! Light Trucking; Clean-out: Garages, Attics, Cellars. Reasonable. Free estimates. 399-5937

DIVORCE UNCONTESTED papers prepared $299. (Includes poor person app.) Separation agreements available. Call 274-0380 º

JUST HOMEWORK: What a deal!! $1 a day. Whatever is needed--help with assignments, get organized. Village of Scotia. 374-7006 for more information. Tutoring also available.

Experienced Handyman Remodeling and Carpentry Srvcs. Careful attention to detail. Ins. Guar. int/ext. work. Call Ernie Mumford 669-4530

Store closing: Triple floor mirror, security mirrors, wig heads, hat boxes, hangers, lrg.sign”costume” 762-5529 GARAGE DOOR GARY: Garage doors, electric openers, service. Garage door openers make great gifts! Call for free estimate. 399-6102 ROOFING - Specializing in architectural, 3 tab, metal, cedar shakes & repairs. Free estimate. Call 378-6298 SPRING INTO ACTION: Get your yard in shape with yard clean ups, lawn fertilizing, grass cutting, garden preparation, mulch application, and rototilling. Call PAUL’S YARD & GARDEN SERVICE 399-7514. INTERIOR PAINTING and SHEETROCK & TAPING. Fully insured. Reasonable rates. Please call Carl at 366-9113 days; or 377-9233 evenings. FRIDHOLM PAINTING: All interior projects large or small. Popcorn ceiling repairs; cathedrals; cabinets; wallpaper stripping and all phases of remodeling. Free estimates; abundance of references. Will show up. Neat. Clean up. Love what we do. Please call JOHN FRIDHOLM 330-9507.

LANDSCAPING-Halfmoon Evergreen LLC offers Spring clean-ups, mulching, lawncare. Call Dave 376-0348

ATTENTION: AUTHORS AND WRITERS. We are holding a free informational meeting on publishing at the Saratoga Holiday Inn, April 21st, 7pm. We will be accepting manuscripts for consideration. To register or submit manuscripts visit: or call 899-2097. D&L TAX SOLUTIONS. 160 Broad St. Schuylerville, NY 12871. 518-507-6130 Denise Murphy, Lorraine A. Ruddy. All phases tax prep/ accounting . Creating all new and exisiting business’.. Let us set up your bookkeeping/payroll/billing. We’ll keep your paperwork in order so you can keep your business running. Prompt and courteous service. Year round service. Walk- ins welcome, appointments appreciated. Open 7 days. REVERSE MORTGAGES For Seniors 62 & Older. Free info kit & quote. Call (518) 708-6547. Equal housing lender. iReverse Home Loans. Your Local Reverse Mortgage Source Michael’s Remodeling Vinyl siding, windows and doors. Also, power washing. New decks, or repair decks, roofing, tree removal. Lowest prices. Free est. 383-5493 or 878-2805


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Seeking Gourmet Food Vendors

SCHENECTADY – The Upper Union Street, Schenectady, BID is seeking gourmet food purveyors for the Gourmet Marketplace at the 5th Annual Strawberry Fest & Art Show on Saturday, June 18 from 10am-3pm. Locally originated baked goods, sauces, jams & jellies, herbs, soaps, wines and other specialized agricultural products and high quality kitchen implements are appropriate for the Gourmet Marketplace. Registration forms are available on line at or by contacting Nell Burrows at 772-9373 or (P)


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JOBS TOO SMALL? Can’t get the right price. We do siding, painting, kitchen, baths, basements roofing, & more! Call Bob @ 275-7731

DIVORCE UNCONTESTED papers prepared $299. (Includes poor person app.) Separation agreements available. Call 274-0380

SAM’S CHINESE Owners of Sam’s Chinese, Sam and Ling have owned this fine restaurant for 14 years. They specialize in Cantonese, Szechuan, Hong Kong and Hunan style cuisine. They offer a large facility for parties and banquets. Exotic cocktails, wine and beer.

Open 7 Days A Week For Dine In and Take Out Lunch and Dinner We Are Located At 824 Saratoga Road (Rt. 50 In Burnt Hills, NY) See Our Ad For Coupons and Hours Of Operation.


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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


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


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


Buying Unwanted Cars & Trucks, Equipment…Junks, Rusted Out, Broken… I Want Them!! Paying $175 & up. Call Jeff 366-5016 (0428)

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

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


TOP HAT PROPERTY SERVICES 518-577-6833 or 518-577-0976 (0414)




Tree removal, pruning, trimming, stump removal, tree climber & more. No job too big or too small! Here for your everyday needs! Fully Insured. (0428)

J. W. FENCE Fence – Gates – Posts Installed – Repaired – Replaced Scotia 393-1252


LAWN CARE & CLEANOUTS Spring cleanups, mowing, shrubs— p planting & removal, trimming. Senior disc. Free est. No job too small! 243-9731 (0414)

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

Think Spring & Summer! Yard cleanups, T


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


CHIMNEY’S by MIKE Repair. New & Used. Pointing. Fully Ins. 20 yrs. exp. Free est. Offering 10% Discount. Free Rain Caps! 384-1828 or 399-3236 (0421)


Cut - Split - Delivered $225 882-9646


BURT’S LAWN & PLOWING 346-2276 Spring Cleanups! Landscaping, raking, lawn prep, mulching, shrub trimming, mowing, sealcoating, painting. Senior discount. Ins. Free est (0421)

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



Mulch – Sand – Stone Clean-up C&D 370-2788 346-2276


Mike’s TLC - TOTAL LAWN CARE Lawn Care & Landscape Specialists Seasonal cleanups, Mowing, Light Excavation Driveway Sealcoating. Free est. 883-4064 (0428)

RAMSEY LAWNCARE Mowing – Edging – Trimming Spring & Fall Cleanups


Spring cleanups, brush removal, mowing, trimming & mulching. Reasonable & reliable. Call 384-1401 or cell 847-9345 (0526)



Thh Space 4 Weeks TThis Available $40



Wade’s Tree Service & Landscape Co.

Get Your Lawn Ready for Spring! Call us and we’ll get you started!! Topsoil & Mulch Delivered.




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


Spring Cleanup Time is Here! All Types of Yard Cleanups & Mowing. Haul-a-ways. 15 yrs. exp. Call 346-5297 (0414)

Call Today for our Spring Specials! First 20 callers get 20% off Spring Cleanup!!

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

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

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D & L TREE SERVICE C Complete Tree Care • Stump Removal 3 Yrs. exp. • Free Estimate • Fully Insured 37


Professional Affordable Responsible Lawn Service Landscape Design Jeffrey Luke 925-2655


Spring Clean-ups. Dethatching. Mulching. Mowing. Res./Comm. Insured. Senior Discounts. 10% off w/Ad. 396-7507 (0414)

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


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

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

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M&R Home Improvement Renovations 899-6151 (H); 368-3352 (cell) Husband/Wife Team, Painting, Plumbing, Electrical, Carpentry. No job too small. (0414)

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BALLSTON LAKE - Burnt Hills Girls Softball and Shane’s Ribshack fundraiser: April 30th at Charlton Heights Elementary School from 12-2pm. Cost: $10 per ticket. Meal includes chicken, baked beans, corn bread, cookie and a beverage. Tickets available at Mail ‘N’ More on Route 50 or e-mail This fundraiser is to help us build our own fields. Please purchase your ticket before April 21. (A)

BALLSTON LAKE – The Catholic Community of Our Lady of Grace, 73 Midline Road, Ballston Lake, will conduct an ongoing series, Inviting Catholics Home, on six consecutive Wednesday evenings at 7pm beginning April 27. These sessions are for non-practicing Catholics who are seeking answers to questions about returning to the Church. There will be informal sharing and an update of the Catholic faith. For more details, call Dorothy Sokol at 399-5713. (A)


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Easter Sunday Sunrise Service

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Shenendehowa Class of 1961

CHARLTON – The Charlton Freehold Presbyterian Church in Charlton, invites its neighbors to attend an “Ecumenical Easter Sunday Sunrise Service” at 7am, on the church’s west lawn. Rev. Cheryl Colt will be officiating. Following the service everyone is invited to a complementary continental indoor breakfast. In case of inclement weather, the service will be held indoors. A limited number of outdoor seats will be available for people with disabilities, and attendees are encouraged to bring their own chairs. An Easter Sunday worship service will commence at 10am, and all are invited to attend. (P)

SCOTIA – First Baptist Church will hold a Thrift Sale on Tuesday, April 12 from 9am-12:30pm; Bag Sale: 1-2pm. Adult & kids clothing, drapes, linens, blankets, quilts, appliances, pictures, jewelry, books, tapes, CD’s, shoes, dishes and baked goods! First Baptist Church is located at 132 Mohawk Avenue in Scotia. For more information, call 372-3128. (A)

CAPITAL REGION – SCS class of 1961 will be holding their 50th reunion August 19-21, 2011. A Meet & Mingle party will be held on Friday evening from 7-10pm at the Fairways of Halfmoon. On Saturday a dinner cruise on Lake George from 6-8:30pm. Other optional venues are being planned. Come and reminisce, relax and rejuvenate with your fellow classmates during this “once in a lifetime” reunion. Lots of fun, prizes and surprises have been planned. Attend one or all events - your choice. For more detailed information or to make reservations, contact Gary Miller at 729-5119 or by e-mail: (A)

Community Announcement Guidelines In an effort to print as many announcements as possible for our communities, please note the following guidelines. Announcements will ONLY be accepted via email to: DEADLINE for announcements is Friday at noon. There is a 100 WORD LIMIT. Please do not send the same announcement more than once. Your cooperation in following these guidelines is greatly appreciated and will help us to continue to publish as many announcements as possible for our community! Announcements are included into the paper AS SPACE ALLOWS. Thank you! (P)

Deceased Veterans Ceremony SARATOGA COUNTY – The Saratoga County Board of Supervisors and the Saratoga County Veterans Service Agency will be holding their monthly Deceased Veterans Ceremony at 2:30pm on Tuesday, April 19, at the County Building in Ballston Spa. This month’s honorees are Gerald Morris and Fredrick Chase, WWII Veterans from the Town of Halfmoon. The Saratoga County Office Building is located at 40 McMaster Street in Ballston Spa. For more information on this event contact Andrew Davis, Director-Saratoga County Veterans Service Agency, at 884-4115 or (P)

12-Week Tune-up Class for Caregivers CAPITAL REGION – Advance registration is required for this telephone class for caregivers who are providing assistance to older adult relatives, partners or friends. Participate from home! All meetings are held by phone on Wednesdays at 7pm. Meetings begin May 4. This award-winning program reduces stress and strain, teaches effective problem-solving and introduces community resources. To register or for additional information, call The Caregiver Connection program at 465-1398. (P)

Spring Pet Photos AMSTERDAM – The Montgomery County SPCA will offer Spring Pet Photos on Saturday and Sunday, April 9 & 10, from 11am-3pm at the Amsterdam Riverfront Center in downtown Amsterdam. For a $10 per photo donation, a spring photo of your pet will be taken by itself, with its owner or with the whole family. On Saturday, April 9, the 11am-1pm time slot will be reserved for cats and small animals only. The event will also feature shopping, a cat adoption clinic, a Home Again® microchip clinic, and much more! All proceeds from this spring event directly benefit the homeless animals at the Montgomery County SPCA Animal Shelter. Visit or Facebook, or email, for more information about this and other programs of the Montgomery County SPCA. (P)

Care Links Fundraiser at Outback CLIFTON PARK – The Outback Restaurant will host the 7th Annual Luncheon to support Care Links of Southern Saratoga County, on Wednesday, April 27th at noon at its Clifton Park location. Ticket price is $15 and the menu is Chicken and Steak Combo, Mashed Potatoes, Garden Salad, Cheesecake with Raspberry Topping and Coffee, Tea or Soda. Tickets may be purchased at Community Human Services (543 Saratoga Road Glenville), The Beebe Law Firm (514 Vischer Ferry Rd, Clifton Park), The Clifton Park Town Hall, The Halfmoon Senior Center, Healthplex Fitness (1673 Route 9, Halfmoon), My Hair Affair (Northway Nine Plaza, Clifton Park) and Mocha Lisa’s Café (Clifton Park Center). In addition take out orders are available by calling 399-4624. (A)

Donations Needed for Easter Baskets CAPITAL REGION – Needs Your Help to make Easter Baskets for Capital Region families coping with cancer treatments. With the mission of ‘Dinner is Done, Dishes are Clean and the Kids are OK!’ was started by Lisa Morahan while undergoing chemotherapy herself. While too weak to make one basket for her son two years ago, she hopes with your help this year, the Capital District can make over 100 for other families debilitated by chemotherapy and radiation. Now thru April 15, the following locations will be collecting goodies appropriate for Easter Baskets: The HopeClub & American Cancer Society (formerly Gilda’s Club) in Latham, Tiny Tots Tea Room in Clifton Park, The CR Wood Center at Glens Falls Hospital, The Paddocks of Saratoga and DiDonna’s Restaurant at the South Shore Marina on Saratoga Lake. This year, the Saratoga Regional YMCA on West Ave. will also be taking donations of small toys and ‘Healthy Treats!’ – please no donations of candy. For further information log onto: or call Lisa Morahan at 584-3935. (A)

“Pinwheels for Prevention” CAPITAL REGION – Price Chopper Supermarkets and Prevent Child Abuse New York have teamed up for the “Pinwheels for Prevention” pin-up campaign to raise money for child abuse prevention. The campaign features pinwheels, the symbol of the growing movement to stop child abuse before it starts. During the month of April at Price Chopper stores throughout New York, Customers can purchase a $1 pin-up at the register. Every dollar raised goes to the prevention programs of Prevent Child Abuse New York. (A)

Host an Exchange Student CAPITAL REGION – World Heritage Student Exchange program, a public benefit organization, is seeking local host families for high school boys and girls from Spain, Germany, Thailand, Norway, China, Russia, France, The former Soviet Union Countries, Denmark, Italy, Sweden and more! Share your corner of America by helping a foreign exchange student experience life in your area! For more information call us at 1-800-888-9040 or email us at (A)

Rental Property Owners Monthly Meeting LATHAM – CDARPO (Capital District Association of Rental Property Owners) monthly meeting will be held on April 14, 7pm at Ramada Inn, 946 New Loudon Road (Rt. 9), Latham. Membership includes Albany, Schenectady & Troy landlords. Guest Speakers on topics of interest to Landlords. For additional information: 433-7377 or cdarpo@yahoo. com Upcoming 2011 meetings: May 12. (A)

Call for Vendors CAPITAL REGION – The Schenectady, Schoharie and Saratoga County SPCA is looking for animal loving musicians, artists and craftspeople to exhibit at its 2nd Annual Wags and Whiskers Family Fun Fair. This year’s event is being held along the banks of the Mohawk River on the beautiful grounds of the Mabee Farm Historic Site on Route 5S in Rotterdam Junction on July 9th from 11am-4pm. The SPCA is also seeking corporate sponsors, contributors and committee members. Over 500 people attended last year’s event, which featured incredible vendors, fabulous food, animal interaction, games, competitions, live entertainment and more! To apply please call the SPCA at (518) 640-3537 or email (A)

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Motorcycle Safety Prevents Accidents Motorcycles have been around for decades and so have riding enthusiasts. Through all of the innovations and motorcycle design changes, safety while riding remains of the utmost importance. Very often motorcycle accidents are attributed to lack of rider skill. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says that there are roughly 4 million registered motorcycle riders on American roadways. There may be many others who are unlicensed who still hop on a motorcycle as a preferred mode of transportation. There are several advantages to motorcycles. With some models, motorcycles offer a ride with good fuel economy. Cycles take up less space than cars, and they can be easier to park and maintain in an urban setting. NHTSA statistics indicate that motorcycle fatalities make up around 5 percent of all traffic fatalities. Eighty percent of motorcycle accidents result in injury or death, compared to the roughly 20 percent of other vehicles. That’s due to the minimal protection the vehicle provides. This further emphasizes the necessity to properly and safely operate a motorcycle to avoid accidents in the first place. Riding safely first involves purchasing a bike that is the right size and power for the rider. Larger bikes can be heavy and riders who are small in stature may not be able to maneuver or lift the motorcycle should it fall over. Also, riders should choose bikes that fit their lifestyles. For instance, atrail bike will not be safe on a highway.

niques and other tips specific to motorcycles. For example, intersections are one place on a roadway where many accidents take place. Bike riders should try to enter an intersection with a larger vehicle on the right of the motorcycle or at least in the left-most lane to provide a space cushion from oncoming traffic. Of course, protective clothing and equipment are essential to minimize injuries if an accident should occur. Helmets, goggles, boots, long pants, jackets, and the like should be worn at all times. Injuries can often be prevented with protective gear, but many riders still don’t embrace such gear. Another important safety tip is to recognize that traveling with another passenger is much more difficult to do than riding alone. A passenger can throw off the balance of the bike and add weight, two factors that may be different from what the rider is used to. Before taking another passenger out for a spin, riders should be extremely experienced in handling the bike and proficient in all controls and safety maneuvers. Here are some other safety tips motorcycle riders can heed.

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