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SCHENECTADY - Friday, December 2nd at 6 PM // $8 at the Schenectady County Historical Society, 32 Washington Ave, Schenectady, NY 12305. We’re lighting up Schenectady with the Night of Lights! Join us for the opening of our Festival of Trees as we illuminate our galleries with glittering trees and throw open our doors for behind-the-scenes collections tours through our historic house. Come celebrate this wintertide night of light and enchantment with radiant fir trees, live music from JECCO, great food from Wagon Train BBQ, Buzzard’s Bay Barbeque, La Strada Pizzeria & More, and Villa Italia Bakery, cash bar, raffle, and more! Advance registration is requested. To reserve your spot, and for information on parking, please visit schenectadyhistorical.org/festival-of-trees. Got kids? Join us the next day, Saturday, December 3rd for our family-friendly Festival of Trees opening!

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CAPITAL DISTRICT - Saturday, December 3, 2016. 11am-4pm. Curtis Lumber - Rt. 67 - Ballston Spa. Celebrate the holiday season with Curtis Lumber and our friends from Protect & Vest NYK9s Inc. Join us for Pet Photos with Santa and help raise funds for bullet/stab protective vests and necessary safety equipment for police K-9 officers in New York State! 100% of all proceeds benefit Protect & Vest NYK9s Inc. $15 per photo donation includes sitting fee, 4x6 take away photo and copyrights. Appointments are appreciated. Make your appointment online at 2016santapetphotos. eventbrite.com or Call 518490-1441. Photo Services Graciously Donated By: Santa Paws Photos: Ashely WilLEARN ABOUT: bur Photography. Lifestyle Photos: Jennifer Elizabeth Wills, Trusts & Advance Directives Photography. Protect & Vest NYK9s. We look forward to Protecting Your Home & Assets seeing you all on December 3rd! For more info on Protect Caring for Aging Loved Ones & Vest NYK9s Inc. please visit their FACEBOOK page.

CHARLTON - The Annual Cookie and Candy Sale at Charlton Freehold Presbyterian Church will be held Saturday, December 10, 10am - 1pm. Come choose from a lovely variety of cookies, home-made fudge and penuche. They make great gifts or a nice addition for holiday parties. The church is located at 768 Charlton Road, Charlton NY.

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SCOTIA/GLENVILLE - The Scotia-Glenville Seniors are planning a trip to The Mark Twain House & Museum, in Hartford, CT Tuesday, December 6th. It is where Twain lived when he wrote his most important works, including Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The Prince and The Pauper and A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court. A stunning example of Picturesque Gothic architecture, the 25-room home features a dramatic grand hall, a lush glass conservatory, a grand library and the handsome billiard room where Twain wrote his famous books. National Geographic named it “one of the ten best historic homes in the world,” and TIME magazine dubbed it “Downton Abbey’s American Cousin.” Our visit will include a 1.5 hour walking tour of this historic home. Please be advised that the tour will include 3 flights of stairs as only the first floor and Museum are handicapped accessible. After our tour we will be eating lunch on the grounds at the Nook Farm Nook Cafe. Lunch will be a deli sandwich with potato salad, chips, pickle and cookies. On the way home, we will be stopping at the Holyoke Mall in case anyone has been inspired to Christmas shop by all the beautiful decorations at the Mark Twain House. The bus will leave the Center located at 32 Worden Rd, Glenville at 7:30 am and will be returning at approximately 6:15 pm. Cost: $66 for member; $71 for non-member. For more information, call the Center at 374-0734.

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SARATOGA COUNTY - on Monday, December 5, at noon at Longfellows Restaurant, 500 Union Avenue (Rte. 9P), Saratoga Springs. Prospective members, please call 587-5356 for membership information and luncheon reservations. Retired educators who worked in Saratoga County or live in the County are eligible for membership.

ADVENT / CHRISTMAS AT OUR REDEEMER

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SCHENECTADY - Saturday, December 3rd - Sunday, December 18th. Weekdays: 12 PM - 5 PM. Weekends 10 AM - 4 PM. Adults $5 // Kids $2 // Under 5 free! at the Schenectady County Historical Society, 32 Washington Ave, Schenectady, NY and the YWCA NorthEastern NY, 44 Washington Ave, Schenectady, NY. Celebrate the season as we fill our galleries with lighted fir trees! Decorated from classic to kooky Christmas styles, the trees of the SCHS and the YWCA glow with the enchantment of the holiday season. Join us throughout December for a shimmering, festive season! Fun for all ages, and featuring a special program with crafts, treats, storytelling, Santa, musicians, and more on December 3rd! For more information on Festival of Trees events, please visit schenectadyhistorical. org/festival-of-trees, email curator@schenectadyhistorical.org or call us at 518374-0263. Want to sponsor a tree? Just send us an email, or download and fill out our Festival of Trees sponsorship form!

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CAPITAL DISTRICT - Brought to you by Upstate Train Associates and Hudson-Berkshire Division, North East Region, NMRA, Albany, NY, Sunday December 4th, 2016. 10 AM to 4 PM. The Update Train Associates and the HudsonBerkshire Division of the National Model Railroad Association (NMRA) are proud to bring you the annual “Great Train Extravaganza.” The event will be held at the Empire State Convention Center in downtown Albany, NY with easy access to I-787. 10 Am to 4 PM. Price is $7 for adults; children 12 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. There will be operating layouts in most if not all gauges. GTE 2016 will again feature a massive, operating model train layout made entirely of … Legos! This layout always delights guests young and old alike! Another big hit from recent years, the Roaming Railroad, will be returning with train rides for kids and grandkids. The ideal place to do your holiday shopping, there will be more than 300 tables of model trains, train sets, parts & accessories, scenery items, books, videos, DVDs, prints, railroad memorabilia and related items for sale. In addition there will be educational displays and free Seminars. Refreshments will also be available. Many other family activities are being held at the adjoining Empire State Plaza the same weekend so why not bring the entire family for a fun day out. These activities typically include food and craft show, Christmas tree lighting, meet Santa and special holiday activities at the New York State Museum. For more information please go to our web site: www.gtealbany.com or call (518) 668-9892 or send e-mail to trains@gtealbany. com. facebook:great train extravaganza.

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SCHENECTADY - December 10, 10 - 11:30 AM. Invite and entice winter birds to your yard with these lovely feeders. Under the direction of Extension Educator Angela Tompkins, each child will make three feeders in a decorative shape, that can be given as gifts or kept so they can watch birds enjoy the fruit (seed!) of their labor. The class is designed for children ages 4 and up, and an adult must be present to assist the child. Cost: $10 per person, with no charge for person assisting. Pre-registration and payment is required by December 5, 2016. Individuals with special needs requiring accommodation should contact the Cornell Cooperative Extension, Schenectady County office, 518- 372-1622, prior to the program or activity.

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SCHENECTADY - Santa Clause will magically signal the lighting of a 30 foot evergreen tree, decorated with 2000 multicolored LED lights with a wave of his hand on Sunday, December 4 at 4 PM. The ceremonial lighting, presented by the Upper Union Street BID and Trustco Bank will happen at Trustco Bank at 1620 Union Street, Schenectady (at the corner of Union Street and Woodlawn Avenue). The holiday tree, a virtual beacon for the neighborhood, can be seen from blocks away. The ceremony will feature a community carol sing by “Our Song”, directed by Delray Agnes, entertainment by the Dance Me Competition Team, free refreshments and a chance to meet Santa and whisper in his ear. The event is free. The public is cordially invited. It’s a great photo opportunity and family members are reminded not to forget the camera. The web site is www.upperunionstreet.com.

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CRAFT VENDORS WANTED FOR SGHS CRAFT FAIR

SCOTIA/GLENVILLE - The All-Sports Booster Club is hosting the annual craft fair on Sunday, December 4th, 2016 at the Scotia-Glenville High School. Crafters are needed. Please contact Jeri Carlstedt at jericarlstedt@gmail.com for more information.

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FRIENDS OF SCPL TRIP TO CANADIAN ROCKIES

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

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CAPITAL DISTRICT - This November, many families in the Albany Area are thankful for something special: the gift of their friendship with a New York City child. Each summer, close to 4,000 New York City children from low-income communities visit suburban, rural and small town communities along the East Coast and Southern Canada through The Fresh Air Fund’s Friendly Towns Program. By volunteering as a host family for summer 2017, the spirit of Thanksgiving can continue in your home throughout the year. Fresh Air children are boys and girls who live in New York City. Children who are reinvited by host families may continue with The Fresh Air Fund through age 18 and can enjoy extended trips. Volunteer host families frequently share how through the eyes of Fresh Air children they rediscover the beauty of their own communities. Since 1877, The Fresh Air Fund, an independent, not-for-profit agency, has provided free, enriching summer experiences and academic programs for more than 1.8 million children from low-income New York City communities. For more information on hosting a Fresh Air child next summer, please contact Tenniel Hansen at 518-441-4407 or visit The Fresh Air Fund online at www.freshair.org.

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ALPLAUS - 1 Brookside Ave. Alplaus NY 12008. Dec. 18 - will be the Sunday School Christmas Pageant after our regular worship at 10:15am, followed by a potluck lunch. Dec. 21 7:30pm will be our longest night service - The Longest Night service is very similar to a “Blue Christmas”. The Longest Night refers the winter Solstice. In this service we recognize that during the actual darkness of the days, we yearn for light and warmth. This service also recognizes that there is a metaphorical darkness that we can feel when the light wanes. The service will be simple, with acoustic guitar. Dec. 24 - 7pm Christmas Eve Service will be filled with familiar Christmas Carols and the Biblical story of Christmas. Family- friendly and filled with the Joy of the Season! Dec. 25 - we will not have a service at Alplaus UMC - Scotia UMC will have a service at 10am and Burnt Hills UMC at 10:30. Jan. 1, 2017 - Ring in the new Year with us at our regular 10:15am service. We’ll start our year off with Communion! Call 518-399-6000 for information or go to www.alplausumc.org

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LOCAL WOMAN JUMP STARTS INTO A NEW CAR WITH WINNINGS FROM THE ALBANY AUTO SHOW!

ALBANY – Torina Reed of Broadalbin, New York was the big winner of the Albany Auto Show’s “Drive The Vote” drawing and won $4,500 towards the lease or purchase of a car from a dealer member of the Eastern New York Coalition of Automotive Retailers (ENYCAR), the show’s Producer. Torina recently picked out a beautiful Acura from Northeast Acura in Latham. The drawing was held after the show closed, that was held November 4th through the 6th at the Times Union Center. The “Drive The Vote” drawing was held in honor of electing our 45th President and attendees got some practice at the show’s voting booths, casting their vote for their favorite show vehicle. You can see Torina featured on the Auto Show’s website: www.AlbanyAutoShows.com! The “favorite car” of the show, will be featured at the show’s website at a later date, when all of the votes have been tallied. The Albany Auto Show is held in November once a year and features at least 30 different manufacturers, as well as other exhibitors and entertainment and is the largest vehicle display and consumer show between Montreal and New York City, between Syracuse and Hartford. Next year’s show will be held November 3-5, 2017.

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BOY SCOUT BOTTLE & CAN DRIVE GLENVILLE – Boy Scout Troop 65, chartered by the Church of the Immaculate Conception, conducts a returnable bottle and can collection drive and accepts used printer cartridges for recycling on the 1st Saturday of every month from 9:00am-12noon at the Church located at 400 Saratoga Road (Rte. 50) in Glenville. Follow the signs at the entrance of the parking lot of the Church to the Boy Scout Troop 65 garage. The Scouts will unload the returnables from your vehicle.

LOOKING FOR VETERANS GLENVILLE – Wanted: A lot of good men & women who have served our country in combat, hostile fire and imminent danger duty. All current members of the Armed Forces and Veterans of combat related military service are invited to join our Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4660 (Mayfair-Glenville). Qualifying dates of military service are stated in your DD214 (separation document). In the absence of the DD214, Hostile Fire or Imminent Danger Pay can be established through your pay records. If you choose to join us, the Post will pay for your first year’s dues! We meet at the East Glenville Firehouse at 7:00pm on the 2nd Tuesday of each month. For more information, please contact Larry Zeglen at 399-7559 or Bob Bishop 399-9249. Visit our website at www.vfwpost4660.org.

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CHARLTON - The Charlton Seniors hold the majority of their programs and events at the Charlton Community Center located at 784 Charlton Road. • The first Wednesday of each month, 1:00 to 3 pm, is “Wednesday Movie Date” at the Community Center. The movies are usually ones that have been nominated for awards. For more information about the movies and their scheduled dates, contact Marv at 399-4161. • Every second and fourth Wednesday 9:30 -10:00 coffee and refreshments, 10 to 12 for business meetings, programs and speakers; the programs usually featuring speakers or educational slides to inform seniors about things helpful to maintain their independence. • On the third Wednesday of each month, the Charlton Chatter Book Club meets from 1:00 to 3:00 to discuss books members read for that month. If interested in joining the Book Club or to find out what books are scheduled to be discussed call Lynne @ 399-9327 or Ann @ 399-7476. • YMCA exercise programs are held on Monday, Thursday and Friday Mornings.


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REINDEER AND CARIBOU ARE SIMILAR, BUT NOT THE SAME Reindeer are symbols of the holiday season. Legend states these antlered animals have a busy evening come December 24 — helping Santa Claus pull a sleigh weighed down by toys for the world’s children. Why does Santa choose reindeer when caribou may be equally qualified for the job? It may be due to their greater history of domestication. Although the terms “reindeer” and “caribou” are frequently used interchangeably, leading many people to assume they are the same creature, recent genetic mapping published in the journal Nature Climate Change shows caribou and reindeer are actually different animals. The journal determined that these mammals are quite similar and actually share the same scientific name, Rangifer tarandus, but they are only closely related cousins. Reindeer may be slightly smaller and are generally more domesticated than caribou. Some people of the Nenet group in Russia keep reindeer for pets. The following are some other similarities and differences, courtesy of the University of Alaska Fairbanks. • Reindeer are shorter, stouter and more sedentary than the long-legged caribou. • Caribou migrate longer distances than reindeer between wintering grounds and calving areas. • Reindeer have thicker, denser fur than caribou. Both have unique hair in

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• Only in North America are wild Rangifer referred to as caribou.

• Reindeer have been herded for years throughout Alaska and some parts of Canada for their meat. However, caribou are largely wild animals that roam freely. As a result, caribou are hunted in the wild.

Reindeer may get all the glory come the holiday season, but caribou are equally impressive animals. These large mammals provide food and other materials for survival to those who live in cold climates across the world.


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THE HISTORY OF HOLIDAY LIGHTS Holiday celebrants employ holiday lights in various ways. Certain individuals may be content to hang lights on their Christmas trees and call their decorating complete. Others may get their holiday jollies by making sure each square inch of their home is covered in twinkling lights. Still, other people

prefer the more subdued effect of lights framing one picture window of the

house. The tradition of Christmas lights stretches back to early modern Germany when people used candles to decorate Christmas trees in Christian homes. Those candles were harbingers of what would come when electric lights replaced gas and other open flame illumi-

Thomas Edison, the inventor of the first successful practical light bulb, also created the first strand of electric lights that would be used in holiday decorating. By 1880, Edison had standard incandescent light bulbs well sorted out and desired a way to better advertise his invention, so he decided to make the most of the holiday season and put his light bulbs on display. According to a 2003 article in American Heritage magazine titled “The Wizard of Your Christmas Tree,” Edison strung incandescent bulbs all around the compound of his Menlo Park, NJ, laboratory. Edison constructed an eight-mile underground wiring system in order to power this grand light display. Because the laboratory was situated along the railroad that passed between Manhattan and Philadelphia, thousands of people were able to see the display. The concept of electric holiday lights took a bit of time to catch on. Edison’s friend and associate Edward Johnson was tasked with stringing together colored lights in 1882 and placing them on an evergreen tree. Johnson hand-wired 80 red, white and blue light bulbs. In 1895, President Grover Cleveland requested the White House family Christmas tree be illuminated by multi-colored electric light bulbs. In 1903, when General Electric began to offer preassembled kits of holiday lights, stringed lights were reserved for the wealthy and electrically savvy. For example, in 1903 a single string of electric lights cost $12, or

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SPECIALS BEHIND THE SCENES OF TWO BELOVED HOLIDAY FILMS Holiday movies have a way of making audiences laugh and cry while inspiring those warm and fuzzy feelings that perfectly complement the season of family and giving. Depending on the individual, favorite movies may include old classics or new releases. A lot of work goes into making movies, and holiday films are no exception. Fans may be surprised by some of the events that went on behind the scenes of their favorite holiday films, as well as background information about the actors and settings of the movies. Get into the festive spirit by learning about the following beloved holiday films. Learn To Ski Programs & Discounts On Season Passes ALL NOVEMBER!

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Christmas carols and festive songs help make the holidays complete by setting the mood for the festivities to come. Songs resonate differently with people during the holiday season. For example, some celebrants find certain holiday tunes or lyrics especially poignant. Those who might be missing home or planning on visiting friends and relatives who live far away during the holiday season often find the words to “(There’s No Place Like) Home for the Holidays,” are an accurate portrayal of the sentiments of holiday traveling. Composed by Robert Allen, with lyrics by Al Stillman, “(There’s No Place Like) Home for the Holidays” was published in 1954. The best-known recordings of the song are by Perry Como, who recorded it twice — once in 1954 and then again in 1959 with a different musical arrangement. The first version reached #8 on the Billboard magazine chart in the United States. The Carpenters recorded another popular version of the song for their 1984 album, “An Old-Fashioned Christmas.” Nora Jones and Cyndi Lauper also recorded a duet version of the song in 2011.

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Some interesting facts and history surround many popular Christmas songs. “White Christmas,” for example, is the best-selling Christmas song of all time. However, “Silent Night” is the most recorded Christmas song in history, says TIME. “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town” is considered a jolly song, but songwriter James Gillespie was unemployed and had just lost his brother prior to writing the song. Still, he was able to look past his grief to pen the classic. Many are unaware that “Jingle Bells” originally was supposed to be a Thanksgiving song.

“It’s a Wonderful Life”

Anyone who has ever wondered what life would be like if they took a different path or made different decisions can relate to this classic Christmas film. It’s difficult to make it through the holiday season without seeing “It’s a Wonderful Life,” and many people make it a point of to view it every year. The following are some interesting tidbits about George Bailey and the film that put savingsand-loan managers on the map.

• The movie began as a short story titled “The Greatest Gift.” Writer Philip Van Dornen Stern was unsuccessful at shopping the story and turned it into a Christmas card for 200 friends and family. A producer at RKO pictures got a copy and purchased the movie rights for $10,000. • Many now agree that Jimmy Stewart was the perfect choice to play lead character George Bailey, but studio heads originally had Carey Grant in mind for the lead. The role went to Stewart when Frank Capra signed on to the film and named Stewart his leading man. • Although Donna Reed was a seasoned actress prior to the movie, “It’s a Wonderful Life” marked her first starring role.

• Bedford Falls, the fictional town in the movie, is reportedly based on upstate New York towns Bedford Hills and Seneca Falls. Nearby cities like Rochester and Buffalo are referenced in the movie. However, the movie was not filmed on location. It was filmed in the summertime on a back lot in the San Fernando Valley section of Los Angeles. • The movie received a technical Academy Award for the snow effects, which were created by using a “snow” mixture of water, soap and a fire-fighting chemical called Foamite. • The movie was not well received upon its release in 1946. The film received mixed reviews, which might surprise those who consider it a cinematic classic. “A Christmas Story”

An equally beloved holiday film and a cult favorite, “A Christmas Story” follows a 1940’s Indiana family anchored by Ralphie, the cynical but lovable schoolboy played by actor Peter Billingsley. The movie was based on autobiographical tales penned by author and radio personality Jean Shepherd, who narrates the film. • The movie was a low-budget film that used virtually no special effects. It also used tracking shots instead of Steadicam.

• The setting for the movie is based on Shepherd’s hometown of Hammond, Indiana. Shepherd grew up on Cleveland Street and went to Warren G. Harding Elementary School. However, the movie was filmed in Cleveland, Ohio, and Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The house from the movie still stands in Cleveland. Part of the decision to film in Cleveland stems from the willingness of Higbee’s department store to allow crews to film inside the store.

• Darren McGavin played Ralphie’s father, a role he won over Jack Nicholson. McGavin might have won the role because of Nicholson’s typically large salary demands.

• For the scene in which “Flick’s” tongue sticks to the flagpole, a hidden suction tube was used to safely create the illusion that his tongue had frozen to the metal.


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Business & Service Guide Antiques

ANTIQUES WANTED

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

Chimneys PREVENT CHIIMNEY FIRES

Call Blue Goose Chimney Sweep! Sweeping, repairs, chimney caps, dryer vent cleaning & more. Discount for seniors. 372-1664 (1201)

Demolition & Excavation

214-4082

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

Electrical

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

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

Flooring TERRY’S FLOORS

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

Garden, Landscaping & Tree Services

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

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

D & L Tree Service

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

Wade’s Tree Service & Landscape Co.

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

REED’S TREE SERVICE & GC, LLC

937-1400 Tree removal, pruning, trimming, stump removal, tree climber & more. Snowplowing. General Contractor. No job too big or too small! Serving the local community. Here for your everyday needs! Fully ins. (1222)

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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. 399-3814 (1222)

Home Repair Carpentry Plus

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


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Int. remodeling, additions, kit./baths, decks, windows, doors, painting, press. washing, masonry, roofing. Free est. Fully ins. 631-0572 or 229-4720 (C)

FRIDHOLM PAINTING & REMODELING

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

TMT CONTRACTING

Remodeling, Kitchens, Baths, Decks Painting, Basements, Windows, etc. Fully ins. Free est. Tod 518-292-8743 TMT Contracting at Facebook 10% Discount w/this ad. (1229)

TAYLOR’D CONSTRUCTION

Additions, Dormers, Kitchens, Baths, Railings, Painting, Stairs (spiral-circular), Mantles, Custom Cabinetry, Decks, Siding, Doors & Windows. Free Estimates – 23 years exp. 346-6784 or 330-2316 (cell) (1215)

Junk Removal All Junk Removal. Professional cleanout services. Attics, apts., basements, garages, or yards. Lowest prices, quick service. Call Marc 763-3117. 10% senior/ military disc. (1208)

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FRIDHOLM PAINTING & REMODELING

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

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Interior Painting & Staining, Wallpaper Removal, Wall Repairs, Taping. Res./ Comm. Free est. Fully ins. 986-1154 www.dps518.com (1222)

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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HOME IMPROVEMENTS/ UPGRADES

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

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TORRES CONTRACTING & CHIMNEY REPAIR

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

MIKE’S REMODELING

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

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

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

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

available for Scotia/Glenville areas. Contracts being accepted. 518-365-4287 Bill McGrath Remodeling and Home Repair Billmcgrathremodeling@gmail.com (1201)

BURNT HILLS – Visit the Town of Ballston Community Library website, http://salon.sals.edu, install the free software, browse the collection, and add titles to your cart. Check out with a valid library card and download titles to a personal computer or laptop. When the download process is complete, you can enjoy titles on your Windows or Mac computer or transfer to supported devices, like an MP3 player or Apple iPod. Many audio titles can be burned to CD to listen in the car. For more information and help resources, visit http://salon.sals.edu.

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GLENVILLE SENIOR CITIZENS GROUP TRIPS

GLENVILLE- • The Glenville Senior Citizens group is planning a trip to the Mark Twain House and Museum in Hartford, CN on December 6. This site, which is a National Historic Landmark, is where Twain lived with his family and wrote many of his famous books.The visit includes a 1.5 hour walking tour which includes 3 flights of stairs - the first floor and Museum are handicapped accessible. Lunch (deli sandwich, potato salad, chips, pickle and cookie) will be on the grounds at the Nook Farm Nook Cafe. On the way home there will be a stop at the Holyoke Mall . The cost is $66. for members and $71. for non-members. The bus will leave the Senior Center at 7:30 and be returning around 6:00 p.m. Please call 374-0734 for more information or stop by the Senior Center, 32 Worden Road to register between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. • The Glenville Senior Citizens group is planning a trip to the Hall of Springs in Saratoga (Mazzone Hospitality House) on Tuesday, December 20th. There will be musical entertainment including classic to contemporary tunes from artists including Sinatra, Dean Martin, Neil Diamond Michael Buble and more as performed by Jimmy Mazz. Lunch will be Chicken Parmigiana with capellini nests, roasted vegetables, Holiday dessert and coffee or tea. The cost is $59. for members and $64. for non members. The bus will leave the Senior Center at 11:00 a.m. and return at approximately 4:30 p.m. Please call 374-0734 for information or stop by the Center at 32 Worden Road between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.

BOOK SALE AT WHITNEY BOOK CORNER

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

SPACE AVAILABLE Call 454-5503 For Details GLENVILLE TOWN BOARD MEETINGS

GLENVILLE – Glenville Town Clerk Linda Neals has announced that all regular Town Board meetings and work sessions will now convene at 7:00pm. Glenville Town Board meetings are held at the Municipal Center, 18 Glenridge Road, on the 1st & 3rd Wednesday of each month, except June, July, & August, when meetings are held the 3rd Wednesday only. Town Board work sessions are scheduled for the 2nd Wednesday of each month, at 7:30pm.

CHARLTON CUB SCOUT BOTTLE DROP LOCATION

BURNT HILLS – Please support Charlton Cub Scout Pack 4 Bottle Drop at its new location at Purdy Realty, 123 Lake Hill Road in Burnt Hills.

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

SERVICES A - Z PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Get ready for the Holidays! Handyman, roofing, painting, flooring. Call (518) 522-0630 BLUE GOOSE CHIMNEY SWEEP Sweeping, repairs, chimney caps, dryer vent cleaning & more. Disc. for sen. 372-1664 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. CAMP WOOD/ FIREWOOD Exit 15N.com Lou “The Wood Guy” Rt. 50, Wilton. 24/7 CASH FOR JUNK CARS $200 - $2000. Free pick-up. 365-3368 CLEANOUTS & DEMO Oil tanks, hot tubs, pools, sheds, barns, houses, yard cleanup, res./comm. clean out & organize. Fully equipped to handle any job. 944-3672

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Ride needed from Scotia to Albany State Campus, Building 8. Call 346-6654 after 5:30pm.

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Used Concept 2 indoor rowing machine in exc. cond. Model D # 400157006. Purchased in 2014. Asking $575. Call Jane or Nick 495-1733. Pick up only in Saratoga. No shipping or delivery.

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Coins, Watches, Gold and Silver. I buy all coins, sterling silver, gold jewelry, diamonds, silver plated items, costume jewelry collections, gold filled items, watches, old and new, old currency, small antiques, militaria. Also interested in purchasing complete estates and I do estate sales as well. Please don’t hesitate to call! Will travel for large amounts of goods. Fair and honest get your money now. Call Ray, 20 yrs. of exp or come to our store at 53 Milton Ave. Ballston Spa, NY (518) 309-3810

CLIFTON PARK - Sisters of Preceptor Beta Psi, a Clifton Park Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi International Sisterhood recently volunteered, along with their families, at the Jonesville Food Pantry, located in the United Methodist Church, Main Street, Jonesville. Area Boy Scouts collect non-perishable foods from local neighborhoods, then deliver the food to the pantry, where the chapter members sort the items for storage. In addition, the chapter provides a turkey dinner ~ Thanksgiving food basket ~ to Wellspring of Saratoga (a Women’s Domestic Violence & Crisis services). During the Christmas holiday, the chapter participates in the Empty Stocking Project through the Saratoga County Children’s Committee by providing a gift certificate to an area girl in need. Interested women are welcome to visit a chapter meeting by calling P. Wyman at 371-1691. Meetings are held bi-monthly in members’ homes where a business meeting is conducted, a cultural program is presented and a social hour concludes the evening. For additional information on Beta Sigma Phi, go to http://www.betasigmaphi.org/ . BSP is world-wide with over 200,000 members.

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DONT PAY TAXES ON structures that are not usable or wanted! Complete demolition; houses, barns, buildings, trailers. Land clearing. Trees cut and stumps removed. Concrete broken up & removed. RICK CARBONE Prompt service, fully insured. 696-3000. Best rates! CLEANOUTS Any size, any where, thing! From one item & Fully ins. Doing things don’t want to. Call 256-5430.

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CUSTOM STONEWORK Patios, firepits, retaining walls, new sidewalks, sidewalk repair. Any kind of masonry/ concrete work. 423-0946 DIVORCE Uncontested Divorce papers prepared $349 274-0380 ELECTRICIAN Lammon Electric. Fully lic. & ins. 30yrs exp., res./comm. Panel upgrades. 274-5100 EVICTION SQUAD OF NY No rent, Undesirables, Squatters. “Let us handle it”. (518) 701-1543 24/7 EXCAVATION, STONE & TOPSOIL Water diversion, driveways, brush hog, land clearing, septics. 944-3672 FIREWOOD Cut, split, and delivered. $160 per cord. 769-3108.

FIREWOOD $250 per cord (seasoned). $180 per cord, (green). Discount on 2 or more. Cut, split & del. Dependable and honest service. Harvey 338-5898 or 391-5363

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MARK’S TREE REMOVAL Tree trimming, tree removal. Lot clearing, landscaping. We will beat or match any other prices, quality work. 403-4126

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

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LOG SPLITTERS for RENT Delivery avail. + discounts. Dick Collins, 55 Van Dam St., Saratoga. (518) 584-8081

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