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Annual Immaculate Conception Church Tag Sale And Bake Sale GLENVILLE - The Ladies of the Rosary Alter Society of Immaculate Conception Church, located at 400 Saratoga Road, Glenville, will hold their annual Spring Tag Sale and Bake Sale on Friday, May 18th and Saturday, May 19th. There is something for everyone: Large array of household items, small appliances, cookware, bakeware, glassware, gently worn men’s, women’s and children’s clothing, books, toys, jewelry, purses, sporting equipment and other treasures. Home Baked Sweet Treats, cookies, pie, cake, muffins, sweet breads and some gluten free options will be sold. Exciting Variety of Raffle Items including gift certificates donated by generous local merchants. Hours for the sale will be Friday, May 18th 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. and Saturday, May 19th 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. For further

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CAPITAL DISTRICT - The Ballston Spa House and Garden Club, a member of the Federated Garden Clubs of NYS & the National Garden Clubs, is pleased to announce its 8th Saratoga Springs $1.00 OFF ADMISSION WITH THIS AD annual spring plant sale. Available are pink, salmon, purple $1.00City OFF ADMISSION WITH THIS AD & red Geraniums; pink, white, purple, and red Wave PetuCenter Sat., & Sun., Sept. 24th nias, and green Sweet Potato Vine plants. All plants are in 4 522 BROADWAY Sat., Sept.Sept. 23rd 23rd & Saturday Sun., Sept. 24th 9-5 • Sunday 9-3 1/2 inch pots and the price is $4.25 each. Proceeds from the Sat. 9-5; Sun. 9-3 Days Admission $10.00; Sat. 9-5; Sun. 9-3 sale will supplement club efforts to provide funding for the Senior225 Citizen $9.00 Washington Ave. Ext., Albany NY 12205 LAST SHOW - SHOW YOUR SUPPORT! 225Under Washington 14 FREE Ave. Ext., Albany NY 12205 following club initiatives: a scholarship to send a Ballston with Adult. Spa middle school student to the NYS Department of En$1.00 OFF WITH THIS AD vironmental Conservation Camp Colby in Saranac Lake; a Guns, Knives & Accessories cash award for a Ballston Spa High School senior that has “No Facsimiles Accepted” Guns, Knives & Accessories Guns, Knives & Accessories All guns coming into the show been involved in horticulture or a related field; and other must be covered or cased. www.NEACA.com (518) 664-9743 www.NEACA.com (518) 664-9743 club projects such as the maintenance of the Pink Garden (518) 664-9743 Allwww.NEACA.com purchases of modern gunsgomust go through FBIcheck. NICS check. and the Garden of Learning at the Ballston Spa Public LiAll purchases of modern guns must through FBI NICS All modern Gun Sales are subject to an FBI background check. brary, and the Trail Garden at the Jim Tedisco Fitness Trail in Ballston Spa. The public and local businesses are encourBooks for Troops aged to place orders by calling 309-3208. The deadline for payments and orders is May 13th. Pick-up is on May 17th Clarification Needed CAPITAL DISTRICT - In several articles that the Penny- after 1pm. Join us for treats at that time! New club members saver has so diligently printed for us concerning the collec- are always welcome. Visit the club’s website:www.bshgc.org. tion of books, there seems to be a huge misunderstanding American Contract Bridge League of donating Hard-Covered books. The article clearly states Annual Norma Shelly that THE ONLY BOOKS THAT WE WILL ACCEPT IN HARD-COVER ARE BOOKS DEALING WITH HISSpring Regional Tournament TORY BECAUSE WE FIND HISTORY BOOKS ARE CAPITAL DISTRICT - Have fun, make new friends, and OFTEN HARD TO FIND IN SOFT-COVER. While we hone your skills playing the world’s greatest card game. Dishave received a great number of great history books in both trict 3 of the American Contract Bridge League, which ensoft and hard-covers, we have also been inundated with hun- compasses Upstate New York through Central New Jersey, dreds of hard-covered books and best-sellers that are not his- will hold its annual Norma Shelly Spring Regional Tournatory and that are readily available in paperback. We don’t ment at the Hilton Albany, 40 Lodge Street, Albany, NY, (518) want them, the troops don’t want them. If you do donate 462-6611, June 4-10, 2018. Pair and team games are available hard-covered history books, do not donate coffee-table size at all levels of play, including daily Golden Opportunity Pairs, books. They are a fortune to mail and the troops have limited which give beginning-intermediate players a chance to earn space. With all other book donations, as in the past, we only gold points against opponents at their own level. Super Duper accept soft-covered books in excellent condition. Please NO Xtra Gold Point games held every evening. For more informaromances at all. We appreciate your generosity, but please tion or pairing, contact Terry Bentley at (518) 668-2248 or terconsider the considerable extra energy and time these books rybentley77@gmail.com. Visit www.bridge-district3.org for a entail which instead could be spent sending books that the full schedule of events, hotel info, and driving directions. troops want. Please be thoughtful before you donate. Thank ATTN: Jr Golfers and Parents you for those who make our jobs so much easier by donating only what we ask for. You are truly offering a gift of “escape. CAPITAL DISTRICT - Capital District Elks Jr. “Fun” Golf Tournament / male and female ages 12 to 18. Entrance Fee Ellen Keegan, Director. $30. Golf, lunch, trophies, door prizes & four greens fees for Senior Citizens Bus Trip overall medalist to Saratoga Spa GC. Tourney will be held SCOTIA/GLENVILLE - The Scotia-Glenville Senior at Eagle Crest Course on Wednesday, July 25th. Qualifiers Citizens have planned a trip to the Mac Haydn Theatre, on eligible to participate in the 63rd Annual NYS Elks Jr. Golf Wednesday, May 30, to see “Damn Yankees”. Buffet lunch Tourney to be played at Bath Country Club on August 12 at noon at Yiannis. Show begins at 2:00. Sign up at the and 13th. Participants need not be affiliated with Elks. For front desk at the Senior Center, located at 32 Worden Road, an application go to www.eaglecrestgolf.com. You can call Glenville. Members $65.00; non-members $70.00. Payment Co-Chairman, Paul A. Ungerland at 518-384-0221 or Cois due at sign up. No credit cards accepted. Leave the Se- Chairman Michael Bloss, Past State President at the Clifton nior Center at 10:45 am, return home approximately 5:00 Park Elks, at 518-877-5200 or for any questions you may pm. For information call 518-374-0734. have.

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BALLSTON SPA - Ballston Area Senior Citizens Are gearing up for their Annual Bazaar. October 20, 2018 At Milton Community Center, 310 Northline Rd. Ballston Spa. To receive an Exhibit Contract and Town of Milton agreement, and to reserve your space please contact Sue Heimburg with your Name & mailing address. E-mail—sheim381@aol. com or call Sue @ 518-885-8037 / text message

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SARATOGA COUNTY - SSAS presents “Spring Into Art” at the Center Gallery of the Clifton Park Senior Community Center (518-383-1343. Showing their works are artists Rita Helie, Maria Tsai, Sherry Walkup and Jack Morgan. The artists were classmates while studying oil painting with well-known Oil Painter and Teacher, the late Joan Lord of Niskayuna. The Show runs from May 2 to May 31.

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League Of Women Voters Sponsors Program On End Of Life Decisions

SARATOGA COUNTY - League of Women Voters of Saratoga County will hold a meeting about Getting the Medical Aid YOU Want at the End of Life at 7pm on Wednesday, May 23rd at the Clifton Park Halfmoon Library. The session is designed to provide answers to people’s questions about how they can control the way in which they die and the amount of suffering they are willing to endure. Hear a discussion of living wills, advanced directives, medical orders and proposed new legislation. The speaker will be Corinne Carey from Compassion and Choices, the nation’s oldest, largest and most active nonprofit organization committed to improving care and expanding choices at the end of life. The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues and to influence them through education and advocacy. All presentations are free and open to the public. For more information, visit www.lwvsaratoga.org

Open House At New Skete Monastery

CAPITAL DISTRICT/CAMBRIDGE - June 2, 2018, 10 am to 4 pm. Chapel Community bake sale and light lunch fare 10 am to 3 pm, Church Tours at 11 am and 1 pm, cheesecake bakery tour at 11:30 am to 1 pm (Nuns of New Skete, 343 Ashgrove Road,) 2 pm puppy socialization demonstration, 3 pm dog training demonstration, 5 pm Vespers - evening church service with vigil. All are welcome. www. newskete.org 518-677-3928 ext. 214, 273 New Skete Lane, Cambridge, New York.

Women’s Used Clothing Sale

SCOTIA - First Reformed Church of Scotia, 224 N. Ballston Ave, will be having a Women’s Used Clothing Sale on Saturday, June 2 from 10:00 to 2:00. You will find us at the big green shed at the end of the parking lot. All clothing will be sold for only $1.50 per pound, shoes at .50 a pair.

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Strawberry Fest At Our Redeemer

SCOTIA - Our Redeemer Lutheran Church on Glen Avenue & So. Reynolds Street in Scotia will hold its Annual Strawberry Festival on June 2nd. The festival will start at 9AM with coffee and berry muffins for the “Early Bird” Garage sale shoppers. Beginning at 11AM we will feature our traditional Strawberry Shortcake or Sundaes for a donation of $5.00. Our food tent will be up and serving at 10:30AM for those needing a snack while out and about checking out the garage sales in the neighborhood. Home Furnishings, Inc, will once again set up a sale on our front lawn and the Youth Group jewelry sale will be on the lawn as well. Anyone interested in renting a spot for your sale please call the church office at 518-393-5031. And new this year!!!! CHOCOLATE COVERED STRAWBERRIES!!! Be sure to try some. The proceeds from this fundraiser will be applied to the cost of attending the National Youth Gathering in Houston at the end of June.

Milton Eagles Women’s Auxiliary Annual Spring Craft/Vendor Fair

BALLSTON SPA - Geyser Road Fire Station, 520 Geyser Road, Ballston Spa. Saturday June 2, 2018 10:00am -4:00pm. Come and enjoy hot dogs, hamburgers, chili and baked goods homemade by our auxiliary members. And of course all the goods made by our crafters. Hope to see you there.

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Capital District Chevrolet Club’s 36th Annual Car, Truck & Motorcycle Show CAPITAL DISTRICT/COLONIE - Sunday June 24, 2018 10 am-3 pm (Rain or Shine) - Capital District Chevrolet Club 36th Car, Truck & Motorcycle Show - New Location - Cook’s Park - Village of Colonie, Exit 2W off Norhway / I87, )0.5 Mile on Central Ave / NY Rte.5 ,left on Lincoln Ave. 0.5 miles to Cook’s Park on left side. May also come to show from Washington Ave Ext - turn onto Rapp Road 0.75 mile to Cook’s Park . All Makes, Models or Years vehicles (Car, Trucks, Hot Rods, Custom & Motorcycles from 1900 to 2018. Registration 9:00 am to 12:30 pm - $12, spectators: $3, Children and Seniors free. Free parking, vendors, DJ, and food and drink available. Dash plaques and goody bags to the first 250 registrants as well as door prizes and 50/50 drawing. 40 trophies given out with 2 Best of Show, a portion of proceeds will go to the NE Regional Food bank and the Leather Stocking Honor Flight for our veterans. Vendors: (518) 377-5168 (Bill), General info: (518) 429-0203 (Phil) No preregistration except for vendors.

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BURNT HILLS Volunteers are being sought for the 17th Annual Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Business and Professional Association’s Flag Day Parade set to step off on Route 50 on Thursday, June 7 at 7 PM. The event, which has a unique “Home Grown” appeal gets bigger each year. Last year it hosted 100 entries including 7 bands, 24 floats, and fire apparatus from 8 local volunteer fire departments. It lasts a little over an hour. The BH-BL BPA raises funds for the parade through sponsorships, program advertising, and the “Betsy Ross” raffle. Information is available on facebook.com/BHBLFlagDayParade/. To volunteer, contact rreynol7@nycap. rr.com 518 399-6778.

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EASY EDGING AND MULCHING Over the years I’ve shared my method of using cardboard under mulch for weed control. Every year people will come up and thank me for saving them so much time once they tried it. Here it is, easy edging and mulching; a quick way to conquer weeds for great looking beds. I have an area that is difficult to mow around so I decided to turn it into a mulched bed to make mowing easier. I used the hose to outline the edge I want. It will be a nice rounded bed that will be easy to mow around. Then I finish edging the new bed. I use a straight bladed shovel for Step 2 - Cutting the edge. a nice neat edge. Simply slice into the grass at the edge of the bed at a steep angle 4” deep. Grass can’t cross that barrier of air so it won’t make it into the bed on the other side of the trench. I just toss the clumps I dig out into the bed...why waste good soil I say. “But what about all the grass and weeds in the bed...and all the clumps of grass you tossed in?” you’re asking. I suppose that I could spend a couple of hours digging out all the grass and weeds, but I have a much quicker and easStep 3 - All ready to get covered. ier way to deal with that...cardboard! A layer of cardboard will smother the grass and it will die. All the clumps of sod that I tossed in will compost into the soil. I’m always on the prowl for large pieces of cardboard. Here’s the bed all covered with cardboard. I used a razor knife to slice the cardboard along the edge of the bed. Make sure that the cardboard overlaps heavily so the grass and weeds can’t get through...8” of overlap will stop them. I also used the razor knife to cut the cardboard so it fits around the trunks of the pines and hydrangea. Now all that’s left is putting mulch on the cardboard. Step 4 - Cardboard first to cover the weeds. This is the fun part, and it goes down quickly. I put a 4” to 5” layer of cedar mulch down. There are many types of mulch, but I like cedar because it’s cheap and smells nice too. Now the mulch is down, the area looks great and mowing will be simple. It looks a little sparse now but more plants can be added to the bed easily. Just brush the mulch aside, cut a hole in the cardboard and plant....easy peasy and it looks so much better now. In all, this took less than an hour, and I used 7 bags of cedar mulch. Step 5 - Add the mulch. In the vegetable garden, I use the same method except that I’ll use straw on top of the cardboard instead of cedar mulch. During a wet year like this one, I’ll wait until later in the season to cover the soil to give it a chance to dry out and warm up. Seed beds and other areas can’t get covered and still need to be weeded but at least the aisles remain weed free. By fall earthworms will have eaten most of the cardboard and any that is left can be turned into the soil along with the straw adding organic matter and feeding the Step 6 - Enjoy a weed free bed. soil. Thanks for the read. Step 1 - Outlining the new bed.

Latham’s 16th Annual PolishFest

CAPITAL DISTRICT/ LATHAM - A Jam-Packed 3-day Celebration of Polish and Polish American Culture! For the 16th time, PolishFest returns to Latham, NY from Friday, June 1 through Sunday, June 3, 2018. Every year PolishFest brings an eclectic sampling of Polish and Polish-American food, music, art and history to the Capital District. While there will be plenty of hot Polka music, dancing and pierogi, PolishFest goes beyond expectations and offers a wide-ranging selection of Polish and other Eastern European culture. Where: PolishFest is hosted by the Blessed Virgin Mary of Czestochowa church, located at 250 Old Maxwell Road, Latham, NY. Admission: Admission is $5, with a $1 discount for Price Chopper Advantage Card holders. Children 12 and younger are admitted for free. Seniors 62 years old and up are admitted for free on Sunday, June 3. Food: For many people, PolishFest is all about the food! From our gourmet pierogi bar, to our Polish Platter, to our a la carte food offerings (kielbasa, golabki, kapusta, borsht, potato pancakes, haluski, and more!), PolishFest will give you many ways to enjoy Polish cuisine! Chester’s Smokehouse and the Euro Deli are supplying the items not made on site. You can even get a slice of the famous PolishFest Pizza (pagacz) at the bar, with an imported Polish beer. Authentic Polish dessert crepes, cheese cakes, and confections are the perfect way to finish a meal. For more information, go to www.polishfest-ny.org, or follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook. com/PolishFestNY. You can also follow us on Twitter @PolishFestNY.

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.

Free Swim And Open House

CHARLTON - Rediscover the carefree summers of the past at Little Troy Park located at 25 Old Stage Rd. in Charlton. Visit us for FREE on any ONE Saturday in June from 1:305pm. (no groups please!) Enjoy our large natural pond with sandy beach and gradual entrance for beginners as well as a large swim area with a raft for diving for advanced swimmers. Go to littletroypark.org or call Dina at 518 280-5700 for more information.

Adopt A Pet... Pets of the Week

Blizzard

Blizzard is a 4 year old 14 lb Jack Russell Chihuahua Mix who’s very loving and and just as sweet. She’ll need to be an only pet so she can be the Queen of her castle! For a meet & greet, call 518-307-1487

Roman

This handsome man is Roman! He’s a German Shepherd / Rottweiler mix and is turning 1 year old in July. He’s very friendly, loves to play and go for walks! He has lived with another dog his whole life, but is a little nervous meeting others. He’s crate/potty trained, up to date with vaccinations and neutered. He also knows how the commands “sit”, “shake”, “come” and “stay”. Roman is looking for an active family and would make such a wonderful best buddy! For more adoptable pets, adoption info and special events, visit www.hopeanimalrescue.org or call us @ 518.428.2994

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SARATOGA COUNTY/REXFORD - The Southern Saratoga Garden Club will host a workshop on “Perennials with CSS Attitude “ by Sue Ann Dubois, a.k.a. Garden Goddess Sense and Sustainability. Dubois is a Master Gardener, Designer Garden Coach and Co-owner of Chips Landscaping. For the 2018 garden season she is working with the Children’s Museum of Saratoga Springs to design outdoor learning gardens in their newly built raised bed areas. Sue writes a local garden blog on Saratoga.com and her experiences have been featured in both local and national publications. The workshop will be held on Monday, June 11 at 7:00 p.m. at the Grooms Tavern, 290 Sugar Hill Rd., Rexford. The workshop is free and open to the public, however seating is limited and registration is required. Please contact Peg McCanty at mmmcia@aol.com for more information and registration.

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GLENVILLE - Oak Hill School, 39 Charlton Road, Glenville, will be hosting its annual Family Festival Fundraiser Saturday, June 16, 2018 from Noon – 4:00pm. This event is an opportunity for community outreach for family and friends and to raise money for our school. This free festival is open to the public and includes bounce houses, dunk tank, food concessions, basket raffles and entertainment. Schenectady County Sheriff ’s Department will be on hand with their Operation Safe Child ID program. We are also excited to have the Kid’s Cooking Club hostess Jodie Fitz, The Dance Company and Pai’s Taekwondo will both perform.

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SCOTIA/GLENVILLE The Scotia-Glenville Senior Citizens have planned a trip to the Farmers’ Museum in Cooperstown, NY, on Thursday, May 31. Visitors to the museum experience 19th-century rural and village life firsthand through demonstrations and interpretive exhibits. Please be aware that while being mostly handicapped accessible, seeing all of the museum requires quite a bit of walking on uneven surfaces. Buffet lunch at the Otesaga, with a final stop at the Ommegang Brewery. Sign up at the front desk at the Senior Center located at 32 Worden Road, Glenville. Members $71.00; non-members $76.00. Payment is due at sign up. No credit cards accepted. Leave the Senior Center at 8:30 am, return home between 5:30 and 6:00 pm. For information call 518-374-0734.

Congregate Meals Available Through Saratoga County Office For The Aging SARATOGA COUNTY - Saratoga County Office for the Aging sponsors the Senior Nutrition Program in Saratoga County. Part of our program is Congregate Dining where meals are served at 12 noon at several meal sites throughout Saratoga County. Meal sites are located in: Ballston Spa, Charlton, Clifton Park, Corinth, Edinburg, Galway, Greenfield, Hadley, Halfmoon, Malta, Mechanicville, Moreau, Saratoga, Schuylerville, and Waterford. This nutritious lunch is served Mondays-Fridays. Reservations are required at least one day in advance by 12 noon. A registration form must be completed by each participant annually. NO food/drink items can be taken to go. Participants will receive a monthly contribution letter; the suggested donation is $2.00 per meal for those age 60 and over. There is a $6.00 fee for those under 60, payable at the meal site. All are welcome, so join in and make new friendships! For more information and contact phone numbers of locations, Please contact the Home Delivered Meals Program at The Office for the Aging, 518-363-4020.

Scotia-Glenville Senior Citizens Bus Trip S COTIA /GLENVILLE - The Scotia-Glenville Senior Citizens have planned a trip to the Mac-Haydn Theatre on Thursday, June 28, to see “Cabaret”. Buffet lunch at noon at Jackson’s Old Chatham House. Show begins at 2:00. Sign up at the front desk at the Senior Center, located at 32 Worden Road, Glenville. Members $65.00; non-members $70.00. Payment is due at sign up. No credit cards accepted. Leave the Senior Center at 10:45 am, return home approximately 5:00 pm. For information call 518-374-0734.

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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.

Spring Into Action And Volunteer! SARATOGA COUNTY - Are you looking for a rewarding volunteer opportunity? Let us help - Call RSVP! RSVP- Retired Senior Volunteer Program, helps recruit volunteers age 55 and older for many community organizations throughout Saratoga County. We have a variety of options on how you could spend your voluteer time. We will educate you on what is available and help with you with your placement process. You will be given an orientation and training with your placement. Some ways you could spend your time helping are: Home Improvement Projects, Researching, Leading Activities, Thrift/Gift Shop Attendants, Mentoring Children, Lunch Program Servers, Exercise Instructors, Museum Attendants, Delivering Meals to Seniors, Transportation Drivers, Literacy Classroom Helpers for Children, Health Education Instructors, Office Clerical Assistants and many more. If you are interested in learning more about any of these rewarding opportunities, please call at the RSVP Program at 518-884-4110.

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The Capital District’s Best Kept Secret: Opera Saratoga by Emily Marcason-Tolmie

Opera Saratoga delights audiences every summer with beautiful music and dazzling sets. An internationally recognized opera festival, Opera Saratoga has been delighting audiences since July 5, 1962 when it first performed at the Diamond Point Theater in Lake George as the Lake George Opera. Larry Edelson, the artistic and general director of Opera Saratoga since July 2014, hopes Capital District residents know there is world class opera in their backyard. “Opera Saratoga is a real treasure,” he says. Opera Saratoga kicks off its summer festival opera performances on June 29, 2018 at the intimate Spa Little Theater nestled within the Saratoga Spa State Park. Edelson promises that each of the festival’s shows will be exciting for audiences. “Each performance is an up close and personal experience with opera,” he said. This season, each opera is sung in English – the productions will have something for everyone. “The Merry Widow” is one of the most popular operettas in the world. Despite its popularity, Opera Saratoga hasn’t performed it in more than 30 years. The operetta is a beautiful marriage of comedy and dancing. “This is a really fun show and is perfect for families and first time opera-goers,” Edelson said. “Rocking Horse Winner” and “Vinkensport” (The Finch Opera) is advertised as being a double bill. “Rocking Horse Winner” will have its American premiere at the summer festival. It is also Opera Saratoga’s first horseracing themed opera. “Opera Saratoga calls Saratoga home and having an opera with horseracing theme makes perfect sense,” Edelson said. “The opera is all about luck and chance.” The second half of the performance will be the world premiere of “Vinkensport.” According to Edelson, “Vinkesport” combats the elitist connotation of opera, especially for first-time audience members. The opera explores the nature of competition and the need to win through the frame of an obscure Flemish folk sport, Finch-Sitting. “How far will someone go to win a competition? This is a piece that will really resonate with audiences,” he said. “It will also entertain them!” Almost 70 years ago, “The Consul” premiered on Broadway to rave reviews and won both the Pulitzer Prize and New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award. It is a riveting opera that still delivers a punch as powerful and timely as its subject matter: the struggle for freedom against oppression, and the maddening nature of unrelenting bureaucracy. “It is a very topical performance that speak to our humanity,” Edelson said. “It shines light on the people who are suffering, including immigrants and refugees, and their challenges.” Edelson believes audiences will be moved by this opera not only because of its beautiful music but because the story is so haunting. In addition to the opera productions, Opera Saratoga also offers a robust local concert series during the Summer Festival. “It is important for us to be connected to the community we serve,” Edelson said. The Stars of Tomorrow, hosted by Skidmore College on May 26 at 7:30 p.m., is a free show kicking off the summer season. The concert will feature 24 singers from around the country who have been selected from almost 1,000 applicants to be members of Opera Saratoga’s prestigious Young Artist Program.  Presented in partnership with the Mansion Inn in Rock City Falls, on June 10 Opera Saratoga will celebrate Leonard Bernstein’s centennial birthday in two concerts, at 2pm and 7:30pm. Members of Opera Saratoga’s Young Artist Program will celebrate the legacy of one of America’s most beloved composers, who brought us masterpieces including “West Side Story,” “Candide,” and “Wonderful Town.” General admission is $60 per ticket. Seating is cabaret style tables, and is strictly limited for these two concerts. Tapas and drinks, inspired by Leonard Bernstein’s theatrical works and specially concocted by The Mansion Inn’s Cordon Bleu trained Executive Chef Rick Bieber, will be available for purchase.  On June 17 at 7 p.m., join Opera Saratoga at the Massry Center for the Arts at College of St. Rose in Albany for a free concert titled Refugee Voices. Building on themes explored in this summer’s production of “The Consul,” Opera Saratoga presents a special concert featuring music by refugee composers - artists who had to flee from their home countries due to religious or political persecution. Opera and song by Gaetano Donizetti, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Darius Milhaud, Paul Hindemith, Erich Koorngold, Irving Berlin, Béla Bartók, and Kurt Weill will be highlighted during this free event. The finale of the summer concert series, Vienna, City of My Dreams, happens on July 12 at 7:30 p.m. at The Spa Little Theater. Tickets range from $40 to $80 as members of Opera Saratoga’s acclaimed Young Artist Program will be featured in this evening of Viennese operetta favorites, including arias and ensembles by Oscar Strauss, Franz Lehár, Emmerich Kálmán, Franz von Suppé, Leo Fall and more. Edelson hopes Capital District residents will give opera a try, and experience one of the many Opera Saratoga events happening this summer. “There are as many different kinds of opera as there are movies – and we have something for everyone this summer,” Edelson said. He encourages newcomers to opera to choose the show with the story that sounds the most interesting to them. “Operas are really just stories told through song – great stories told through music, theater, dance and the wonderful visuals. It’s all encompassing! We have performers coming to Saratoga from around the world. The result is magical - and everyone can find a story in opera that will appeal to them!” For more information about the upcoming Opera Saratoga events please visit its website: http://www.operasaratoga.org/ 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.


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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 CHARLTON MINI EXCAVATOR SERVICE Drainage – Grading – Small Loads of Driveway Stone, Topsoil Delivered/Placed. Landscape Stones Delivered & Set. Brush Hogging. Reasonable Rates. Call Dan (518) 313-9267 (0524)

Dumpsters TRI-LINE ROLL-OFF

10-20 yards starting at $250. Fully insured. P/F/M Discounts! Call Mark (518) 466-7070 or Matt (518) 421-7844 (0607)

Electrical

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

A1 ELECTRIC

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

SPACE AVAILABLE Call 454-5503 For Details

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.

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

REED’S TREE SERVICE & GC, LLC

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. (0517)

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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)

NOAH’S LAWN CARE

Spring cleanups, brush removal, mowing, trimming & mulching. Reasonable & reliable. Call Jim 847-9345. (0618)

KEVIN’S YARD CARE

Spring clean up time, and for all your yard care needs. Quality work. Free estimates. Call us first. 20+ years experience. (518) 346-5297 (0517)

KEVIN & SONS TREE STUMP REMOVAL

Formally Ed’s Tree Stump Removal. Lawn care, landscape, rototilling. Free est. (518) 229-8886 (0524)


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Cert. NYS Nursery and landscape professional. Proper pruning of landscape, shrubs and small trees. Design, planting, gardening, clean ups and lawns. 925-2655. Schdyseed@aol.com (0607)

PAJAK’S LAWN & LANDSCAPE SERVICES Spring Cleanups, Dethatching, Lawn Mowing, Mulching, Light Backhoe/Loader Work. (518) 399-9176 (0510)

D & L Tree Service

Complete Tree Care • Stump Removal 37 Yrs. exp. • Free Estimate • Fully Insured 518-399-1006 (C)

Home Repair CARPENTRY PLUS

518-339-5484 All carpentry, mouldings, windows, decks, doors, etc. Jobs of all sizes. (0726)

FRIDHOLM PAINTING & REMODELING

Small Renovations, finish carpentry, tile work, plaster/drywall, and painting. We love what we do! (518) 330-9507 or fridholmpainting.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)

TAYLOR’D CONSTRUCTION

Additions, Dormers, Kitchens, Baths, Railings, Painting, Stairs (spiral-circular), Mantles, Custom Cabinetry, Decks, Siding, Doors & Windows. Free Estimates – 30 years exp. 518-346-6784 or 518-330-2316 (cell) (C)

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)

DECKS

Pressure treated/ vinyl. Installed, replaced, repaired. Don’t wait, season starts soon. Bill McGrath Remodeling and Home Repair Billmcgrathremodeling@gmail.com (518) 365-4287 (0607)

SCOTIA RENOVATIONS To love the home you have, have the home you love.

Carpentry, Plumbing, Electric and More (518) 605-4121 (C)

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. (0531)

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518-419-8710 Serving Saratoga and Schenectady counties. Foundation work, chimneys, steps, porches, sidewalks. Senior discount, free est. Insured. (0726)

40 YEAR TRADESMAN

Remove/ Replace concrete walkways, patios. Point/ Rebuild chimneys. Foundation Pointing/ Resurfacing. Fully ins. Free estimates. No Job too Small (518)384-1491 albee315@aol.co (0524)

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 fridholmpainting.com (c)

Pet Services

PET CARE By DEBBIE SKODA

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

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


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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)

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ODORLESS SANITARY CLEANERS

Pressure Washing

Roofing

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

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

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SUBURBAN SERVICES GROUP

Plumbing – Heating – Cooling Never go powerless! Largest automatic standby generator dealer & installer in the area! Licensed. Professional. 518-399-6808 (C)

PRUSKY PAINTING & PRESSURE WASHING

Get the Job Done Right! Roofing, Painting, Porches, Decks, Chimney Repair/Rebuild. Specializing in Slate Roof Repair. Free Est. Insured. 518-346-6140 10% off with this ad! (0719)

Septic Services

Rototilling

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

GARAGE SALES

WANTED

SAVE THE DATE! ANNUAL SPRING TAG SALE AND BAKE SALE Glenville - The Ladies of the Rosary Alter Society of Immaculate Conception Church, located at 400 Saratoga Road, Glenville, will hold their annual Spring Tag Sale and Bake Sale on Friday, May 18th, 8am-6pm and Saturday, May 19th, 8am-2pm. Large array of household items and men’s, women’s and children’s clothing; books; toys; jewelry; purses; sporting equipment and other treasures. Home Baked Sweet Treats of all kinds and Raffles Galore. For further information call Valerie at (518) 399-3746 or vkerker@kerkergleeson.com

All Antiques: signs, records, music instruments, toys & books, paintings, household, other items. (518) 783-7139.

5/25-26, 8-3. 64 Riverview Rd. Clifton Park. Art, glassware, kitchen items, costume jewelry, cds, and vinyl.

MOTORCYCLES WANTED! Before 1985. All makes and models, any condition, running or not. $TOP CASH PAID$ Call 1-(315)-569-8094 or Email: Cyclerestoration@aol.com Wanted to buy: Radio tubes old stereo & hifi, guitar amps & gear, ham radio, military & test gear, western electric, parts, etc. Call Chris (518) 234-1627 or (518) 505-1751.

FOR SALE 1969 Chevy Nova-SS,39.6 C. I., 4sp., minimum rust, traction bars, (5) S.S. wheels w/ rings & centers. Ready for restore, $4900. (518) 229-1849. Leave message if necessary

RON BELLROSE Roofing & Contracting

PruskyServices.com We have the experience, quality & resources to handle any Residential/Commercial pressure washing needs.We’ll even bring the water! (518) 378-7136 (0531)

PET CARE

Fuzzy Wuzzy Pet Care. (518) 495-8332. In your home dog and cat sitting. Dog walks.

SERVICES

A - Z SERVICES Siding, roofing, decking. All interior and exterior needs. Call Jake (518) 522-0630.

A-1 SLATE ROOF REPAIRS Guaranteed to beat almost any written est. 44 yrs. exp. in slate repair. Family business. Call Mike anytime (518) 588-7007 A.R. LAWN AND SNOW Spring cleaning, lawn mowing, shrub trimming, low tree trimming, mulching, edging, and fall cleanup. (518) 522-4916. AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING SYSTEMS Highest quality work. Competitive prices, high efficiency. North Country (518) 369-4960

BUYING GOLD & SILVER Highest cash prices paid. Jewelry, vintage costume and turquoise, coins, watches, knives, military, toys, antiques etc. 40+ yrs. exp. Save time call Joe first! (518) 669- 2274 C. L. HOME IMPROVEMENTS Taking care of all your window and remodeling needs. Neat and dependable. Fully insured. Free estimates. Call Rich (518) 528-7173.

CASH FOR ANTIQUES Old Paintings, Jewelry, Hunting & Fishing Equip & Glassware. (518) 424-4626 CHEAPER than Dumpsters Old Appliances And Furniture REMOVED FROM YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS. Small or Large jobs. CLEANOUTS. Call Bill the Junkman at (518) 664-7488. Credit Cards Accepted.

ROTOTILLING

Planting season is finally here! Prepare your gardens for growing. Jeff Bower 399-3783 (0517)

CLEANOUTS & DEMO Oil tanks, hot tubs, pools, sheds, barns, houses, yard cleanup, res/comm clean out & organize. Equipped to handle any job. (518) 944-3672

HOUSE CLEANING Call today for an estimate on a one-time deep cleaning or regularly scheduled cleanings. Excellent references. Linda (518) 222-9734


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CASH FOR JUNK CARS $100-$500. Free pick-up. (518) 365-3368 DIVORCE MAKE DIVORCE EASY! Papers prepared $349. One signature req’d. Includes poor person app. (518) 274-0380

FIREWOODFREE DELIVERY Cut, Split, Delivered. Seasoned, semi seasoned & fresh cut. Boiler wood, camp wood and log length avail. Fresh cut 4X4X8 $175. (518) 369-8656

ELECTRICIAN Lammon Electric. Fully lic. & ins. 30yrs exp, res./comm. Panel upgrades. 274-5100

GARAGE DOOR GARY Garage doors, electric openers, service. Garage door openers make great gifts! Call for free est. (518) 399-6102

EVICTION SQUAD OF NY No rent, Squatters, Undesirables, Marriage or Couple Breakups, Domestic Violence? “Let us handle it.” (518) 701-1543 24/7

GENERAL CONTRACTING Additions, Kitchens, Decks, Excavating, Septic Systems, Basement Drainage, Lot Clearing. (518) 858-9831

EXCAVATION, STONE & TOPSOIL Water diversion, driveways, brush hog, land clearing, septics. (518) 944-3672 FIREWOOD Green $200/cord. For the best service and wood in the Northeast, call Kalme Logging (518) 222-9631.

HOME IMPROVEMENT/ UPGRADES Indoor & outdoor. 20+ yrs. experience. Carpentry, electrical & plumbing. Ins. Bill 399-2991 JOEYJUNK.COM Cleanouts, cleanups, demo, dumpster rentals. Residential and comm. Attics, basements, garages, estates. We do it all. 237-JUNK “5865”

JUNK REMOVAL & DEMO Oil tanks, hot tubs, pools, sheds, barns, houses, yard cleanup, res./comm. clean out & organize. Fully equipped to handle any job. 518-944-3672 MARK’S TREE REMOVAL Tree trimming, tree removal. Lot clearing, landscaping. We will beat or match any other prices, quality work. (518) 502-3886. MASSAGE THERAPY Affordable rates. Conv. location, license & ins. Call Paul (518) 817-2524 for appt. MOHAWK Landscaping & Tree Service Spring cleanups and broken branches. (518) 399-3109 . NORTHEAST HOME IMPROVEMENT Kitchens, decks, additions, garages, porches, siding. High quality work. Professional, ins. Free est’s. Larry Cunningham, Glenville, NY (518) 399-5896 or 421-1029

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MULCH Black, brown & red. $30/yard. 5 yards min. Honest and dependable service. Call Harvey (518) 338-5898

SEAMLESS GUTTERS The Gutter Guy. Cleaning and repair also avail. Fully ins. 25 yrs. exp. (518) 339-3231

PIANO TUNING Spring Special! All models $99. Free est. on repairs. 25 yrs. experience. References. (518) 207-6779 lve. mssg.

STONE / TOPSOIL / MULCH Sand, Gravel, Manure, Free Delivery, Decorative Stone, Shale, Installation available. (518) 944-3672

POOL FILLING Will fill your pool with clean water. Delivery 7 days/wk. Jack 279-9451/ 256-3778 Lve msg. 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. SCRAP METAL WANTED I buy & pick up scrap metal, home or business. One half ton or more. (518) 928-5631

Stump ‘N Grind Stump grinding season is here. Call Stump ‘N Grind. Professional, Ins. Backyard accessible. (518) 301-5712

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SWIM! LITTLE TROY PARK 25 Old Stage Rd. Charlton. Swim lessons, room for laps, playground, picnic and beach area, fresh water, gradual entry. www.littletroypark.org (518) 399-9968 TREE STUMP REMOVAL Kevin & Sons. Formally Ed’s Tree Stump Removal. Lawn care, landscape, rototilling. Free est. (518) 229-8886 TREE, SHRUB, STUMP SRV Bucket, crane, chipper, stump removal, small jobs to mega. (518) 944-3672

Turkey And Ham Dinner BURNT HILLS - A Turkey and Ham Dinner will be held at the Burnt Hills United Methodist Church at 816 Route 50 in Burnt Hills. The dinner will be held on Saturday, June 2nd from 4:30 to 7:00 pm. Tickets are $11.00 for adults and $5.00 for children five and over. Children under 5 are free. All profits from the dinner will be used for Church programs and projects and community outreach. Tickets may be purchased in advance at Mail N More and the Church Office. For more information please call the church at 399-5144.

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Saturday 5/19, 10am-2pm. For sale by owner. Beautiful & secluded ranch home. 3 BR, 1.5 ba. office, lg LR, hardwood flrs, full basement, detached 2 car garage, sits on 13.76 park like ac. 2870 US 20, Nassau 12123. $279,999

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Stk# P3408. Quicksilver metallic, remote start and entry, heated seats, 14,976 miles.

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34,995

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19,995

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26,495

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20,995

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21,995

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Stk# 171918A. Black metallic, 7 passenger, power liftgate. 72,921 miles.

16,995

$

6,995!

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#P3474. AWD. Hands-free power liftgate, roof rack, remote start. 20,160 miles.

26,495

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#P3476. FWD. Black onyx, air, cruise, remote start, 22,317 miles.

25,995

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Stk# P3479. 7 passenger, dual skyscape moonroof. 13,852 miles.

29,495

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MSRP $38,450 Sale Price $33,400 Rebate Total $2,000 YOUR PRICE

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