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Golf tournament July 28 in Hampton The fourth annual Perry Moyer Memorial Golf Tournament to benefit the Poultney Rescue Squad is scheduled for Saturday, July 28, at the Milestone Golf Club on County Route 18 in Hampton, NY. Registration is at 9 a.m, and the shotgun start will be at 10 a.m. The event is a best-ball scramble for four-man teams. Registration is $50 and includes golf, cart and food. Please call 518 282-9030.

Public Notices  Hazardous waste collection in

Poultney;  Pawlet special election warning; Pawlet accepting bids on dump truck. See page 2

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Breakfast Saturday at Fair Haven church St. Luke’s Episcopal Church will host a community breakfast from 8 to 10 a.m. on Saturday, July 21, at the church, located at the corner of North Main and Allen Streets in Fair Haven. The cost of this family style meal is $1; free for anyone 14 and under. This breakfast is sponsored by the Slate Valley Episcopalians.



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Classic Car Show coming to Fair Haven The Vermont Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce 7th Annual Classic Auto Show will be held next Saturday in and around the Town Green in Fair Haven. The event will showcase a wide range of cars and trucks and also will feature music, raffle and more. See page 9.

Pawlet Fire Dept needs your help

Books, books books, books

By Bill Toscano

Pawlet Library book sale Wednesday

The Pawlet Volunteer Fire Department is looking for your help. “We’re look“We’re looking ing for any for any kind of kind of donations we can donations we get,” said can get” Chief Dale  Dale Decker, Decker. He the Pawlet Fire Chief said department’s annual auction is also its biggest fundraiser. The auction starts at 5:30 p.m.,

The Pawlet Public Library’s Big Book Move is Wednesday, July 25. The transport fleet will start loading and rolling at 5 p.m. sharp. The new pick-up location is The Circle of Healing which is located just south of Pawlet Village on Route 30. Pawlet Fire Chief Dale Decker is organizing traffic safety and control. Watch for caution signs on Route 30 between 5 and 7 p.m. Leading the transporters will be Tom Wilson, Decker and the Oxbow 4-H shooting sports team. Fleet drivers Eric

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See BOOKS, pg. 4

The final, crucial piece of the 18th annual SolarFest is falling into place this week. “We’re pretty excited, because t h e weather is going to be great – s o m e w h e r e between 75 and 80,” said managing director P a t t y Kenyon, SolarFest offers fun who is in her sev- for all ages. enth year of running the three-day festival. And no rain. “There are different challenges every year,” she said. This year we have a new vol-

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Castleton Community Guide coming in August The FreePress will publish the eighth annual Castleton Community Guide the week of Aug. 27. This keepsake edition will be brimming with important and useful information on all aspects of living in the town of Castleton. It will be mailed to every household in the Town of Castleton. Businesses wanting to be included should contact the FreePress today at 800-3544232.

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Battlefield tent missing

Officials at the Hubbardton Battlefield State Historic Site are looking for help in retrieving a large tent that disappeared from the site earlier this month. A 20 foot by 40 foot tent was taken by from the site sometime between 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 10, and 6 a.m. on Wednesday, July 11. It had been set up near the museum during the annual Hubbardton Battle weekend. It has an off white plastic canopy and the edges are slightly scalloped. All the poles, which have two or three lengths that fit together, and all the side stakes are also missing. The corner stakes were left behind.

Anyone who has tips as to the whereabouts of the tent is asked to call the battlefield at 273-2282.

Senior meals

The Castleton Community Center’s senior menu for the week of July 23 is as follows: Monday, July 23 — Stuffed chicken, mashed potatoes, carrots, dinner roll, tapioca pudding with cream; Tuesday, July 24 — Cream of broccoli soup, turkey salad with lettuce and tomato on a hamburger roll, chocolate brownie with white chips; Wednesday, July 25 — Sweet-nsour meatballs, medium shells, winter mixed vegetable medley, wheat bread, fruit. Please call 802468-3093 to make reservations.



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PossumHaw returns to Fair Haven

PossumHaw, the contemporary bluegrass band which features the beautiful voice of singer/songwriter Colby Crehan, will return to Fair Haven for a concert on Thursday, July 26, at 7 p.m. in the town park. PossumHaw is a dynamic, high-energy band that plays many songs written and sung by Crehan, including the haunting story song “Road to Mora” and “Tracing Paper”. The band also sings some familiar songs including the Johnny Rivers hit, “The Poor Side of Town,” and the Jimmy Rodgers song

“Daybreak Blues.” Crehan is a classically trained musician who discovered bluegrass music during her college days and has been in love with that sound ever since. She is considered a rising star in the world of bluegrass. She is backed by her talented husband, Ryan, who does vocals as well as playing the banjo and harmonica. Other band members who provide vocals for the band’s signature harmonies include Charlie Eiseman on lead guitar and piano, Pat Melvin on bass, and Stephen

Boreal Tordu play Castleton concert Castleton College Summer Concerts presents Boreal Tordu, Tuesday, July 24, at 7 p.m. on the Old Chapel Green. In the event of rain, this concert will be moved into the Glenbrook Gymnasium. Their music brings to life the many influences of Maine’s poignant past, and they are on a cultural mission to make French live again. There is humor and there is pathos in the music of their rediscovery of the Northeast region’s rich musical traditions, but above all, there is enthusiasm.

Boreal Tordu draws listeners into a preeminently New England French-inspired roots music, drawing on the energy of the north woods and also suggesting something out of the ordinary, even a little bit loony like the northern lights. It’s a music that orients us anew to the cultural heritage in the great coastal forest of the Northeast Atlantic. Concerts are free, and will be held every Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. through Aug. 14. For the full series line up and rain locations please visit:


Public Notices

For Special Meeting to be held Tuesday, August 21, 2012, from 6:30-7:00 P.M. at the Town Hall Conference Room, School Street, Pawlet and Tuesday, August 28, 2012, from 9:00 A.M to 7:00 P.M. in the Conference Room of the Town Hall, School Street, Pawlet.


The legal voters of the Town of Pawlet are hereby warned and notified to meet at the Town Hall Conference Room, 122 School St., Pawlet, Tuesday, August 21, 2012 from 6:30 – 7:00 P.M. to act upon the following article not involving voting by Australian Ballot; said meeting to be adjourned and to reconvene in the Town Hall in said Town on Tuesday, August 28, 2012 to vote for Town Officers and to transact any business involving voting by Australian Ballot to begin at 9:00 A.M. and to close at 7:00 P.M. Article 1: To elect all Town Officials as required by law as follows: Pawlet Library Trustee balance of a 3-year term expiring March, 2013


The Town of Pawlet, Vermont is accepting bids for: 2001 IH 2574 Tandem Dump – 14’ Everest Side 8,395 hours and 106,935 miles on chassis 380 H.P. C-12 Cat Engine, 8 LL Transmission Comes With a Plow and Wing Can be seen at the Town Garage, 313 Danby-Pawlet Road, Pawlet, VT Bids are due July 24, 2012 Submit to the Town Clerk by 3:30 PM, July 24 or To the Selectboard by 7:00PM, July 24 At the Town Hall Opening of bids will begin at 7:15 PM The Pawlet Selectboard reserves the right to reject any or all bids! Please contact Town Clerk, Deb Hawkins at 802-325-3309

Waud on mandolin. The band plays extensively throughout New England and is a staple at local bluegrass festivals. They have recorded three albums including the excellent 2010 effort entitled “Fortune’s Name.” Colby and Ryan will be interviewed on WVNR, Lakes Region Radio, at 7:30 AM on July 26. Tune in for information about that evening’s Concert in The Park, and the interview with the Crehans. Also check out their website,

Falls prevention program in Aug. The Castleton Community Center will be offering an eightweek falls prevention program, called A Matter of Balance, starting Monday, Aug. 6, from 1 to 3 p.m. A Matter of Balance is designed to reduce the fear of falling and increase activity levels among older adults. Participants learn to set realistic goals to increase activity, change their environment to reduce fall risk factors, and learn simple exercises to increase strength and balance. Class size is limited. Registration deadline is Wednesday, Aug. 1. To register call the Castleton Community Center at 468-3093.

Martin Devlin 5K fun run winners Results from the Poultney July 4 race have been released: Overall winner, top female, 13-19 age group winner: Alicia Clark, 18 minutes, 42 seconds Top male, 13-19 age group winner: Jamie Cahill: 18:55 Female age group winners U-13, Caleigh Noonan, 33:25 20-29, Katie Duffy, 19:29 30-39, Carvianne Arquette, 24:09 40-49, Erika Eckrote, 23:31 50-59, Wendy Murphy, 25:44 60+ Kim Showalter, 26:26 Youngest girl finisher, Maura Nesbit, 6, 1 hour even. Male age group winners: U-13, Ethan sulik-Doty, 27:26 20-29, Seth Carpenter, 20:12 30-39, John Fleming, 22:25 40-49, Jami Whitney, 20:44 50-59, Dan Devlin, 21:27 60+, David Schiappa, 25:42 Youngest boy finisher, Ryan Simons, 6, 35:14.

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A day after the Fair Haven car show, the community’s agriculture and history will receive top billing on the Town Green. The fourth annual Super Sunday Farmers Market and Craft Show and Local History Day will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, July 29. During the event local farm-

ers and crafters be selling an assortment of fruits and vegetables, maple products, local meat, cheese, jams, pickles, baked goods, and more. There will also be an assortment of crafts from quilted and knitted items to jewelry, wood products, and more. The area’s history will also be celebrated. Regional his-

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Shoreham church hosts free dinner

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Books Continued from front page Hyatt, Ed Valerie, Ed Cleveland, Mike Bellemare and Jay Luebke will follow. To all the silent volunteers who just show up, they’ll be looking for you at the new pickup location. Over 25,000 books will make their way to Mettawee Community School in West Pawlet in preparation for the Pawlet Public Library’s 45th annual book sale, which takes place on July 28 and 29. Movers must be at Mettawee Community School by 5 p.m. and ready to unload when the fleet arrives.


Cyndi Legg will be the site expediter. The labeled, boxed books will be distributed to their assigned areas in the gym. PPL Youth Volunteers are challenged to make this happen in 1 to 1 ½ hours. When the last box hits the floor, it’s the Big Book Move pizza party. Do you want to have fun while doing your community service? You can move books at the Mettawee Community School gym, starting at 5 p.m., Wednesday, July 25. If you are an area youth and would like to volunteer, just show up ready to work. For more information, contact Dolores Luebke, the event chairwoman, at 802-645-0109.



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Help Continued from front page Thursday, July 26, at the Pawlet Firehouse, but now is the time for people to contact the department regarding donations. “People have been very generous in the past,” Decker said. “I know we have had cars and four-wheelers in the past. We have had so many different things. You name it, we have gotten it. I think we’re even


going to have a camper to auction this year.” Decker said donations have started slowly this year and that he hopes things will pick up as the auction gets closer. Decker points out there will be food and beverages available before and during the auction, so people can come early. Visitors should bring a chair. Fran Powers, who has been with the department for 35 years, said that the auction, like the fire department’s annual game dinner, has been going on


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for more than four decades. “We’ve sold all sorts of things over the years, from a hand-cranked wall telephone that still worked to boats, cars, firewood that is hand-split and delivered and baked goods. It’s all given to us.” Powers said that so many people come to the event, that food sales top $1,500. “We have hot and sweet sausage, marinated chicken sandwiches and all sorts of other things.” As far as the auction goes, Powers said it can bring in between $8,000 and $14,000. “Last year, I would say we got to $10,000,” said Powers, who spend much of Monday running several trailers loads of donated items from Wells to Pawlet. He said the year the auction hit $14,000, it was because of a donated all-terrain vehicle, which netted $3,600. To donate or to get further information, call the firehouse at 802-325-3222, Powers at 802325-3191 or Decker at 802-3253721.





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ers and nobles. reflect the emotional disturbance that is going on between the king and queen of the sprites. In essence they are caught up in all their turmoil.” “I have added a live orchestra that will add to the cacophony called the ‘Pit & Bog Band’ made up of multiple percussionists, keyboard, and flute, and I have no doubt that you, the audience, will have an extraordinary time!”

By Catherine M. Oliverio Shakespeare on Main Street is coming to town to shake things up. In its ninth year of performances, the company is presenting the senior company’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” in steampunk fashion, which is described as “Victorian dress with science fiction flair” and the junior company’s “Julius Caesar” in modern dress. Both productions will be held at the Ackley Theatre at Green Mountain College in Poultney, Vt. Intermission for both shows includes refreshments and food. The cost for adults is $12; $8 for students, seniors and military; under 13 for $5; and children younger than 5 are free. “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” performances will be Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 27 through July 29, Friday and Saturday Aug. 3 and 4 at 7 p.m. with a matinee Sunday, Aug 5 at 2 p.m. “Julius Caesar” productions will be Saturday and Sunday, July 28 through 29, Saturday, Aug. 4 at 2 p.m. with an evening performance at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 2. Artistic director Gary Meitrott’s insight to both summer

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‘Dream’ most popular “‘Midsummer’s Night Dream’ is perhaps one of Shakespeare’s most popular plays, and Jenna Carlson’s costume vision has given me carte blanche to be as whacky as I possibly can with this show,” said Meitrott. “I guarantee that you will witness some unique moments in how we perform.” “I use the term sprites as opposed to fairies and indeed many productions have the fairies being the sweet delicate and


Thanks from Wells library

The Wells Village Library Board of Trustees and librarian Joanne Van Meter would like to thank the many volunteers who helped us at the annual book sale which was held on July 14 at the Modern Woodsman Building in Wells. We want to express very special thanks to all spouses and family members  who transported over 250 boxes of books to the MWA building, helped with  the final clean-up, and the neighbors and friends of the library. The donations of books, delicious baked goods and items for the white  elephant table were certainly appreciated. We would

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For both productions, the audience will be on stage with all the action happening around them. “Julius Caesar” will be performed with the junior company in modern dress. “They are diligently preparing quite a mature production,” Meitrott said. “These young actors have gained insight beyond their years, teasing text out of the Bard. The infusion of the emotion with meaning with acting, as adults will amaze the audience. The level of sophistication and the nuances that

these young actors will express will keep the audience rapt with attention. The company is now in its third year and starting to grow roots that are nurturing an ensemble of great heart, compassion and willingness to risk.” Carlson explained that the steampunk fashion was heavily inspired by Jules Verne, a science fiction writer. “I’ve loved the Victorian Era and its novels since I was a kid,” she said. “I’ve always enjoyed the visual aesthetic of the time, how even everyday objects had some elegant flair. When I became aware of steampunk, I finally had a name to put to a style that I loved.” “The character Oberon, the king of the sprites, is my favorite creation. Mostly because of the wig, which is wool, hand rolled. Every single dread is silver dyed with rooster feathers and metal wire.” “I portray Cobweb, one of the sprites. I like her because she’s creepy. It’s always fun to play a creepy character.”


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Fri 7/20 ORWELL The Mount Independence State Historic Site in Orwell is accepting registrations for its annual History Day Camp for ages 6 to 11 that will run from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, July 25 to 27. The first inhabitants of the Mount thousands of years ago, and the American Revolution, will be highlighted. Cost: $50, including snacks each day. Pre-registration is required at 802-948-2000. Information: www.HistoricVermont. org/sites. WEST PAWLET The Mettowee Valley Church is accepting registrations for a SKY Backyard Bible Club that will run from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, July 23 to 27, at 82 Route 27, Parker Hill Road, in Granville. For children in kindergarten through grade 5 and transportation will be available. Information/registration: Kandy Southworth at 802-645-0905. t RUTLAND The Chaffee Art Center at 16 S. Main Street in Rutland is seeking entries in its Fifth Annual Amateur Photography Contest. “Portraits” is this year’s theme, and anyone of any age may submit up to three photos with an entry form that is available at the Chaffee, or at www. The entry deadline is Wednesday, Sept. 19. Information: 802-7750356. PAWLET AREA The Haystack Hustler Seniors group is accepting reservations for a trip to Salem to see “Adorable Me,” the Totie Fields story, on Saturday, Aug. 4. Information/reservations: Phyllis at 325-3196. ORWELL The Mount Independence State Historic Site in Orwell is accepting registrations for a Morning Day Camp for ages 6 to 11 that will run from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, July 25 to 27. Cost: $50. Pre-registration is required at 802948-2000. Information: www. H i s t o r i c Ve r m o n t . o r g / MountIndependence. TINMOUTH The 18th Annual SolarFest…Vermont’s longestrunning music, art, and sustainability festival…will be held Friday through Sunday, July 20 to 22, at the Forget-Me-Not Farm in Tinmouth. Words by keynote presenter Steven Strong, president of Solar Design Associates, will be delivered on Saturday, while author, teacher and community activist Bill McKibben will deliver the keynote address at 5 p.m. Sunday. Cost: $39; $15 single day pass; free age 14 and younger accompanied by an adult. Information/tickets: 802-235-1513, or WHITEHALL The Music in the Park Concert Series will present the Hartford Community Band from 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, July 20, at the 1892 bandstand in Whitehall’s Riverside Park. Free and open to all; bring a lawn chair or blanket.

Sat 7/21 FAIR HAVEN A Community Breakfast will be served from 8 to 10 a.m. on Saturday, July 21, at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, corner of N. Main and Allen streets in Fair Haven. Cost: $1; free age 14 and younger. This breakfast will be

served on the third Saturday each month by the Episcopalians of the Slate Valley Region and everyone will be welcome. RUTLAND BROC-Community Action in Southwestern Vermont will conclude its Fourth Annual Flea Market and Craft Fair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, July 21 and 22, in the President’s Building at the Vermont State Fairgrounds in Rutland. Inside and outside vendor space, to donate items for the sale: Donna Stearns at 802-773-9480, or 802353-5204. EAST DORSET The Bennington Area Habitat for Humanity will hold an Auction and Tag Sale on Saturday, July 21, at A Safe Place Self Storage in East Dorset. There’ll be a preview and tag sale at 9 a.m. and the auction will start at 10 a.m. Auction items include Adirondack chairs and tables for various uses, bedroom furniture, lamps, bicycles, recreation and exercise equipment, and much more. All funds raised will be used locally. Information: 802-367-1000, or email GRANVILLE The Section Eight Ryders will host a Blind Run Fundraiser for the Granville PBA Youth Center on Saturday, July 21, from the Price Chopper parking lot in Granville. Sign in from 11 a.m. to noon at $15 per bike, $5 per rider. Find the party at the end of the run where there’ll be prizes, music, food and a raffle. Information: Janice Paddock at 518-345-5078. WHITEHALL The Bridge Theater Cabaret Series will present Laura Roth with a “1960s Grand Ol’ Opry” show at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 21, at the Whitehall Armory, corner of Williams Street and Route 4. All seats are reserved at $19, $17 senior citizens, and $15 students at 518-874-0800. DORSET The Dorset Theatre Festival will present The Whiskey Sessions with The Wood Brothers and Gold Town bands on Saturday, July 21, at the Dorset Playhouse. In addition to music by these popular local bands, there’ll be hors d’oeuvres, “prohibition period” cocktails, “single-barrel” bourbon (cash bar), a honky-tonk bar, and more. Cost: $75. Tickets/ time: 802-867-2223, or www. BENNINGTON Guitarist Gabriel Ayala will perform in concert at 8 p.m. on Saturday, July 21, at the Bennington Center for the Arts. Gabriel has appeared at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and has received a number of prestigious awards. Cost: $20 in advance, $25 at the door. Information/tickets:

Sun 7/22 RUTLAND The Green Mountain Club will offer a difficult, six-mile climb to the summit of Mount Ascutney in Windsor on Sunday, July 22. Meet at 8 a.m. at Main Street Park, near the east end of the fire station off Center Street in Rutland City. Information: Sue Thomas at 773-2185. RUTLAND The Southwest Freedom Riders will host the Silver Towers Run on Sunday, July 22. Sign in from 9 to 10 a.m. at Outdoors in Motion on Route 4 in Rutland. Cost: $10 per person, with proceeds benefiting the Silver Towers Camp for Exceptional

People. A barbecue will follow the run. Information: 1-888-299-7937. GRANVILLE A basket party is scheduled for Sunday, July 22, in the basement of St. Mary’s Church on Bulkley Ave. Doors open at 11 a.m., and drawing begin at 1 p.m. Tickets are $5 for the first set and $2 for each additional set. The group is seeking baskets, which may be dropped off at the church rectory or foyer. ORWELL Historian Paul Andriscin will present a program titled, “An Investigation into the Revolutionary Mind: What Were You Thinking Col. John Brown,” at 2 p.m. on Sunday, July 22, at the Mount Independence State Historic Site, 497 Mount Independence Road in Orwell. The American attempt to retake Mount Independence in 1777 will be the focus of this program. Cost: $5 adults; free age 14 and younger. Information: 802-948-2000, or w w w. H i s t o p r i c Ve r m o n t . o r g / MountIndependence. RUPERT A Spaghetti Dinner to benefit the families of Steven L. Susee and Shirley Waite will be held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, July 22, at the Rupert Firehouse on Route 153. Takeouts will be available. Cost: $10. Tickets are available in the Salem area at the Main Street Diner, Salem Hardware, Fred’s Sub Shop, A&J Agway, and from Steven Saunders at 518-3219430. In the Bennington area, call Pamela Saunders at 802-6886612. There also will be a silent auction, raffle, and a 50/50 raffle. To donate items, call Jen Wever at 518-854-7692, or Steven Saunders at 518-321-9430. POULTNEY The PoultneyGranville Band will perform in concert from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Sunday, July 22 and 29, at the green in East Poultney. Waltzes, marches, show tunes, blues and more will be featured. Free and open to all; bring a lawn chair or blanket.

Tues 7/24 LAKE ST. CATHERINE Duane and Louella Park will host a Picnic for the Haystack Hustler Seniors group on Tuesday, July 24, at their camp on Lake St. Catherine (rain or shine). Attendees should bring a picnic lunch item, lawn chair and beverage. Supplies and meat for grilling will be provided. Food will be collected for the Pawlet Food Shelf, too. Time/address: Phyllis at 325-3196. CASTLETON The Castleton Summer Concert Series will present Boreal Tordu at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 24, at the Old Chapel Green on the Castleton State College campus off Route 4A (rain site, college’s Glenbrook Gymnasium). Folk songs, ballads, Cajun swing and French fiddle tunes will be featured. Free and open to all.

Wed 7/25 RUTLAND AREA The Rutland Area Visiting Nurse Association and Hospice will offer Blood Pressure and Foot Care Clinics as follows: 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 25, Godnick Adult Center, Rutland, and 12:30 p.m. Thursday, July 26, Community Center, North Clarendon. Cost: $2 blood pressure; $5 foot care. Information: 802-775-0568.

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Continued from front page unteer coordinator and a new education coordinator. It’s always a challenge to establish new relationships. It is going well so far.” The event, which combines music, solar energy and a “green” philosophy, opens its gates at 11 a.m., Friday, July 20, and runs through the early evening of Sunday, July 22, at Forget-Me-Not Far m, 12 McNamara Road in Tinmouth, Vt. Solarfest includes include music from top artists from Vermont and other states, many family-oriented activities, a wide variety of classes and a focus on sustainability that strives for zero waste for the weekend. Kenyon pointed out the event lowered its prices this year. A pass for the full weekend, beginning at 11 a.m., Friday June 20, is $39, and an all-day pass is $15. Children 14 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. Vehicle camping is $20, but non-vehicle camping is free.

SolarFest offers a variety of opportunities for artistic expression. Above, a visitor decorates an community art project near the music venue at the 2011 event. a community of artists.”

Musical lineup This year’s bands include popular local favorites such as Split Tongue Crow, Gold Town, and Banjo Dan and the

Mid-nite Plowboys. Others include the Wood Brothers, the Adam Ezra group, The Grift, Patience, Katrin Rousch, Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion and Soul Monde.

The annual singer/songwriter showcase is scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday. Last year’s winner, Laura Herscovitch, will be on stage as well. There will be family-orient-

There are two major keynote speakers planned for the weekend, one at 5 p.m. each Saturday and Sunday. Steven Strong, who will speak Saturday, is president of Solar Design Associates, a group of engineers and architects dedicated to the design of environmentally responsive buildings, and the engineering and integration of renewable energy systems. Bill McKibben, an internationally known author, will speak Sunday. He has written a dozen books about the environment, beginning with “The End of Nature” in 1989, which is regarded as the first book for a general audience on climate change. He is a founder of the grassroots climate campaign, which has coordinated 15,000 rallies in 189 countries since 2009. Time Magazine called him “the planet’s best green journalist” and he won recognition for his efforts in Washington to block the Keystone XL pipeline. Further information is available by calling 802-2351513 or at

Workshops galore Dozens of workshops are scheduled for the festival. Among the focus areas are renewable energy, sustainable agriculture, “The Solar Generation,” and thriving locally. There will also be vendors covering all those areas, as well as food vendors with a focus on sustainability. The musical lineup is in the hands of one of the event’s co-founders, Jim Gilmour of Middletown Springs, and when he looks from the past to the present and the future, his focus is on the volunteers and the music. “It’s always stunning to look back at one’s life and see how many people’s lives have come together to impact one another. We have 200 volunteers every year, so it’s an amazing number who have made this work,” he said. “Then there are the artists. I am proud to have worked with so many top-flight acts who have come through,” Gilmour added, “That’s really what drives me now, creating

Fair Haven car show just a week away By Derek Liebig

The Fair Haven Town Green will be aglitter next weekend with the sheen of freshly waxed chrome and candy-colored paint jobs as the Vermont Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce hosts its annual car show. The Classic Auto and Bike Show will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, July 28. Spectators will have the opportunity to view a variety of cars, trucks, and motorcycles spanning the past 80 years of automotive history. Old race cars, muscle cars, coupes, Jeeps, trucks and HarleyDavidsons are some of the vehicles that will be on display. “We’ve had cars from the

’20s and ’30s right on through to some that are only a few years old,” said Kerry Fowler, president of the chamber. Unlike many car shows that are split into different classes, the Lakes Region event is an open class show, meaning every vehicle competes for awards against every other vehicle entered in the show. Organizers will hand out 25 different plaques, including several reserved strictly for motorcycles. Fowler said the number of vehicles entered in this year’s show will be largely dependent on the weather. He said last year’s show attracted about 130 different cars and if there are clear skies, they may see more than


Admission to the car show is free and the street on the backside of the park will be blocked off for the automobiles on display. A 50/50 raffle and more than 30 door prizes, provided by chamber members, will be given away during the course of the day. Registration begins at 9 a.m. and judging of vehicles will begin at 1 p.m. For more information, call Fowler at 468-3152, or email


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High school to host quilt show next week By Derek Liebig

something beautiful, of course. To make a warm loving and meaningful bed cover, or a whimsical wall hanging, or a most useful and unique tote bag or even an article of clothing that says ‘I am who I am.’” Organizers have invited quilters and rug hookers from throughout the region to show their work. They have also invited several special guests. Eleanor Levie, a needlework and crafts editor, author and “book producer” from Philadelphia, Pa., will attend the show on Saturday and show quilts that were included in some of her books. She will also demonstrate tote bag designs from her newest book, “Unforgettable Tote Bags,” and at 1 p.m. will conduct a fashion show she has dubbed “Quilted Wearabouts — Strut Your Stuff.” Also on Saturday, Kathryn Greenwold, a quilter, appraiser, and instructor from Niskayuna will be available to appraise quilts. Greenwold is an American Quilt Society appraiser with more than 12 years of experience. Besides appraising quilts, she will provide instruction on the proper care

A kaleidoscope of color and stitches will be on display next weekend as the gymnasium of the Whitehall High School is transformed into a sea of quilts, rugs and wall hangings by members of Landmark Stitches. The Whitehall Quilt Show will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, July 28 and 29, at the school. Besides quilts, wall hangings, and hand-hooked rugs of every imaginable color and size, the show will include vendors, awards, appraisals, presentations and refreshments. The show, which is held every few years, is organized by members of Landmark Stitches, who Carol Greenough describes as a group of quilters, and more. “They’re all friends, have known each other for years and have been quilting for many years,” she said. The purpose of the show is to celebrate and share in the joy of the craft and art of quilting and rug hooking. As Mary Ward wrote, “Why would a person take perfectly good fabric, cut it up into little pieces, only to sew it all back together again? For the sheer pleasure and joy of creating

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Skene Manor to host dinner The Skene Manor’s special monthly dinner will have a Hawaiian theme. Diners will have the choice between tilapia or ham with rice and vegetables, salad, rolls, and Hawaiian wedding cake for dessert. A social hour will begin at 5:30 p.m. and dinner will be served at 6 p.m. on July 25. The price of the meal is $30 per person and reservations are encouraged. Call 499-1906, 4992053, or 747-3735 for more information. Skene Manor is a nonprofit organization.

Laura Roth to perform solo country show this weekend A whole group of famous female country singers will appear in the person of Laura Roth this weekend at the Whitehall Armory. The Bridge Theatre will present Roth in “The 1960’s Grand Ol’ Opry” at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 21. A veteran cabaret singer and comedian, Roth will perform as Brenda Lee, Dolly Parton, Tammy Wynette and Patsy Cline in this one-person show. Roth has appeared on television, radio, and the stage in a variety of singing and acting roles. She has studied the mannerisms and styles of some of the most iconic female performers from the 20th and 21st centuries and has 125 costumes and dozens of characters whom she portrays on stage, including Cher, Barbra Streisand, Betty

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Steve Jones is all for any contest that’s going to let him take a walk in the woods on his 100-acre property in Pawlet. “This time of year, it’s so busy here, I’ll take any excuse to go for a walk in the woods,” said Jones, whose Mettowee Mill Nursery is sponsoring the “Biggest Hardwood Tree in Pawlet” contest and will give a $25 gift certificate to the winner. “I’m pretty familiar with my acreage, and I know there are three or four trees up there I want to look for.” Jones figures he’ll start with trees of about three feet in girth, but he thinks the winning tree may be four feet around or bigger. “That’s what I would expect it will take,” he said. “There are some pretty big maples and oaks out there.” The contest is the idea of local farmer Charlie Mason, who saw an ad for a similar contest in Londonderry and liked the idea. “I said to myself, ‘Gee, we ought to do that.’ I thought it was be a great activity to get Pawlet’s attention. I was thinking we could do hardwoods this year and softwoods next year. I am hoping there


Grade 12: Bethany Alger, Austin Amery, Kirsten Capron, Dakota Folmsbee, Charlene Metcalf, Shannon Moriarity, Eva Orr, Katherine Pouliot, Hayley Savage, Jacob Silver, Brittney Sisk. Grade 11: Cassidy Auger, Patrick Bowen, Sydney Breslen, Cassie Ciejko, Marrisa Euber, Cassandra Fyles, Kevin Hurd, Courtney Larson, Abigail Rampone, Shanna Rinaldo, Emily Ringquist, Amanda Tucker. Grade 10: Ashley Adams, Dillon Bergantino, Emily Billado, Olivia Cacciatore, Lukas Harvey, Alex Hernandez, Grady McIntyre, Brittany Savage, Dana Wiktorski. Grade 9: Jenna Alexander, Cody Bonvouloir, Kylie Eagan, Ian Knapp, Lindsey Marcey, Colleen Pouliot, Autumn Wood.

will be a lot of people out in their woods looking for trees. It will be fun. “I know that now that I’m conscious of it, I’m looking at my trees and my neighbors’ trees.” Jones and Mason said they expect the largest trees will likely be maples or oaks, though there are other hardwoods out there, such as cherry, ash and birch.

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Waterfowl season meetings in NY and VT slated for Aug. Duck and goose hunters from New York and Vermont are encouraged to attend meetings next month on Lake Champlain’s waterfowl hunting season. Under federal regulations, waterfowl seasons, bag limits and shooting hours in the Lake Champlain Zone must be uniform throughout the entire zone. Therefore, waterfowl seasons in New York’s portion of the Lake Champlain Zone must be identical to the waterfowl season in Vermont’s portion of the Zone. Comments received at the August meetings, as well as input and recommendations from the

Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department and the New York Department of Environmental Conservation will be reviewed by the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Board. The New York meeting will be on Aug. 7 at the Skenesborough Rescue Squad Building. The Vermont meeting will be on Aug 8 at the University of Vermont’s Billings Lecture Hall. Both meetings will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. The meetings are organized by the New York Department of Environmental Conservation and the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department.

Armory to host pro boxing Women’s title fight to headline first card

Professional boxing is coming to Whitehall. “The Battle of Whitehall” will be held on Friday, Aug. 24, at the Whitehall Athletic Club. The main title event will feature a female world title bout between pound-forpound champion Chevelle “Fists of Steel” Hallback against Victoria Cisneros. The two will vie for the WIBA world junior welterweight


title. It is a rematch of an eight-round split decision win by Hallback in Albuquerque, N.M., in December 2010. “We wanted to give the members of our club top entertainment as part of their membership and pro boxing was one of my priorities,” said Greg Gross, promoter and owner of the Whitehall Athletic Club, in a release. “We decided to put on a world title fight as part of the first boxing card to show all potential Whitehall Athletic Club members and

boxing fans, both locally and around the world, that we are serious about the club and the quality of all our events. I think the Hallback-Cisneros match-up is proof of that.” The rest of the card is expected to be announced later this summer. The Aug. 24 card will be available on www., LDLTV and UStream. Bill Calogero will call the action ringside. For more information, including tickets, visit www. or call 832-3662.


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Registration open for Trail Crew for Teens

Photo exhibit opens at Pawlet Library

The Pawlet Library’s annual summer photo exhibit will feature photographer James Link downstairs in the Matt Waite Gallery. Link’s photography has been called “dream-like … unique and quite frankly awesome.” He has traveled the world and has captured breathtaking moments. Many of his prints capture the essence of everyday life both locally and globally. They will also be available for purchase, with 20 percent of the proceeds going towards Pawlet Library programs. July 24 is the Teddy Bear Sleep Over at the library, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Join

Heidi Hammell for an evening of bedtime stories and chose an animal you can part with temporarily, to spend the night in the library! All night long! What will they do? What antics or mischief might they find? Bring your teddy or stuffed one and find out. The next morning stop in and pick up your little friend, and he/she will share what adventures they had found. Errol Pomerance will not be able to make his previously announced Starry Night show on Wednesday, July 25. It will be rescheduled. Call 802-325-3123 for more information.

Registration is still open for Merck Forest and Farmland Center’s week-long overnight Trail Crew for Teens program. Trail Crew for Teens, created for youth ages 14-18, takes place: July 22-27 and Aug. 5-10. The program provides youth an educational outdoor experience, working as a member of a trail crew at Merck Forest & Farmland Center. Students are able to earn up to 40 community service hours for participating in this hands-on program, which includes annual trail maintenance and technical trail projects. Participants should expect an emphasis on team-building, fun activities,

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and exploration of Merck’s vast forest and farmland resources. Led by Crew Leader, Christopher Wall, an experienced leader in summer educational programming, the weeklong Trail Crew for Teens program is being offered at $195 per week which is a donation to cover food costs and other incidental equipment expenses. Students can also apply for scholarships. For more information visit www.merckforest. org/teen. To register for Trail Crew for Teens contact Chris Wall at or (802) 394-7836. Merck Forest and Farmland

Center (MFFC) is an educational non-profit organization whose goal is to teach, demonstrate and sustain a working landscape. MFFC’s 3,160-acre property located in the Taconic Mountains of southwestern Vermont is open to the public daily. With no admission fee, the public is invited to spend time on the farm and enjoy 36 miles of trails for hiking, crosscountry skiing, snowshoeing, and horseback riding. Cabin rentals are also available yearround. Merck Forest and Farmland Center is located at 3270 Route 315, Rupert, VT 05768, (802)3947836,


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Chuck Laramie has always enjoyed cemeteries. During high school Laramie spent his summers working in one. He mowed the lawns and clipped around the stones before there were weed whackers and helped out during burials Laramie, who teaches history courses at Proctor Junior/ Senior High School, is also attracted to cemeteries for the stories they tell. So it’s not so strange that while cleaning family headstones in a local cemetery he decided it might be a service he could offer to other families, so he started Laramie’s Monument and Headstone Care. “There are so many headstones in family plots that are covered by moss, pine needles, dirt, and other debris, they are no longer readable,” he said. “Cemeteries are not places that most people think about except on Memorial Day or perhaps on the anniversary of a loved one’s death.” Laramie said many family plots are neglected because family members have relocated. In today’s world families are wildly dispersed. “The most neglected headstones are those of relatives who passed away in the late 1800s or early 1900s. The only living relatives who even vaguely remember them are now in their 80s and 90s, and are too old to maintain the headstones.” This is where Laramie comes in. For a small fee, $75 per year,

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Poultney man’s new business offers cemetery plot care services

The photo above shows a family plot after cleaning and restoration of the headstones, with the names and dates visible. Inset is the same plot in the early stages of service, with only the foreground stone having been worked on. including six routine maintenance calls plus checking in after major storms, he maintains a family’s monuments and

Deadline extended at Carving Studio The Carving Studio and Sculpture Center has extended the deadline for submissions to SculptFest2012 until Friday, Aug.3. The annual event has featured site-specific sculptural installations from regional, national and international sculptors since 1998. Diverse artistic responses to the post-industrial location provide insight and inspiration to the creators and audience alike. Guest curator Adam Frelin (SUNY Albany) has announced the theme “Keep On Keepin’ On”

old when Davey Crockett was killed at the Alamo. “It’s just the way my mind works,” Laramie said. “It gets me thinking of what it must have been like back then.” Laramie has also done volunteer work in area cemeteries and knows how hard it is for those working there just to keep up with the mowing and funeral services, let alone really maintain the individual family plots. “There are literally thousands of family plots where the monuments and headstones are so covered with moss and other debris they’re no longer discernable to the human eye,” Laramie said. It’s easy to see that Laramie takes pleasure in what he’s doing by the care he takes around the family plot he’s working on. “I love cemeteries,” Laramie said. “There’s a sense of peace you find when you are walking in them.” There are plenty of plots to maintain in the cemeteries located around Rutland County but Laramie said he is willing to travel most anywhere if someone really wants that family plot brought back to life. He said he also has customers from as far away as Florida, California and Washington, D.C. “People that relocated have been looking for something like this and it’s really right up my alley,” he said. Laramie can be reached at home at 802-265-3538 on his cell phone at 802-353-7184 or you can email him at chucklaram@aol. com. He can also be found on Facebook at Laramie’s Monument and Headstone Care.

for SculptFest2012. Proposals should include a project description on one or two pages, sketches or other visual representations, resume, optional statement and up to ten digital images portraying previous work. Address submissions to “SculptFest2012,” The Carving Studio and Sculpture Center, P.O. Box 495, West Rutland, VT 05777. For more information, please contact us at 802-438-2097, or visit http://www.

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headstones for them. “I really enjoy this. I like going to a family’s plot; seeing stones that have been neglected for years or even decades and uncovering the story on the headstones,” he said. “Before I leave I feel liked I’ve developed a kind of kinship with that person


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BED FRAME two piece high rise, trundle bed, no mat-­ tress. Great condition, $50. 802-645-0016

BOOKSHELF ANTIQUE BROWN wicker 4 shelves, 1 drawer, 36LX10WX59”H, $75. 518-854-7806

COFFEE TABLE 38” square X 16” h, med oak, 4 glass in-­ serts, solid. $75. 802-4682215

ELECTRIC TURKEY FRY-­ ER stainless steel, $30. 802645-0811

BISSELL LITTLE green ma-­ chine, compact deep clean-­ er, $45. 518-692-9092

BOWLING SET kids, arcade alley w/ electronic score and ball return. Great condition, $50. 802-645-0016

COLLECTION OF 20 books, both hc & pb, on Princess Di-­ ana and Prince Charles, vg cond, $65. 518-531-4113

C Y L I N D E R F O R L O G -­ SPLITTER or dump truck about 4’ stored outside but new, never used, $99. 518499-2637

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COMFORTER FULL SIZE reversible, very pretty, $45. 802-768-8120

B ROW N M OTO R C Y C L E JACKET woman’s small, $99. 518-638-8096

COMFORTER FULL SIZE reversible, like new, w/ light green dust ruffle, $45. 802768-8120

ADULT BICYCLE I-3 speed, Huffy make, $75. 518-6644202 AIR CONDITIONER white westinghouse, 5200 BTU, works good, $25. 518-6861715

1990-2000S FORD explorer running boards, maybe pick-­ up. OEM black, nice tubular ones, $85. 518-854-9533

ANTIQUE COW WATER-­ ING bowls. Simplex auto-­ matic, $40. 518-638-9000

27” PANASONIC ANALOG color TV. 5 yrs old, exc cond, $25. 518-642-2938

ARCHED TRANSOM EYE-­ BROW window, never used, very nice, $99. 518-854-9533

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ARK WELDER exc cond, asking $65. 802-558-0433

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DAY BED COVER w/ 2 pil-­ lows (1930-1940). Gold col-­ or, good cond, $50. 518-6423456 DESK STURDY COLONIAL 2 drawers, 36LX18X29”H, $50. 518-854-7806 DOG CAGE 18X24X20 w/ tray. $35. 518-499-0169 DOG CAGE 28X42X28, $50. 518-499-0169 DOUBLE PLANT HANGER post, ready to set in ground, $47. 802-468-5015

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FIVE EXOTIC AND erotic art books, excellent condition, $99 OBO. 518-252-1042

M OV I E C A M E R A 8 M M Sears w/ screen and light, $75. 518-642-3456

FIVE PIECE BLACK drum set shells w/ hardware. Great cond, $99. 518-729-6568

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PAINTBALL GUN Spyder Victor, complete w/ carr y case, tank, cleaner, paint-­ balls, extra hopper, etc, $80. 518-686-1715 PAIR CASUAL STRAIGHT chairs spindle back, natural cane seats, very nice condi-­ tion, $40. 518-632-5494 PAIR FIELD FARM hillers, “rare” to form raised planting beds, $99. 518-638-9000 PARELLI DVDS loading, jumping, catching, spooky horses, horsenality, $40. 802-325-2297

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RUG LIGHT BLUE area rug, good condition approx 8X10’, $45. 518-929-3090

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SCALE ANTIQUE HANG-­ ING brass face, “Chatillon” Walter Kidde & Co, Belleville NJ, $65. 802-468-2215 SHARP ELECTRONIC cash register XE-A106, excellent condition, $75. 802-325-2297 SHOVEL FOR COAL saw-­ dust hay chaff, nice condi-­ tion, $12. 518-632-5494 S N O W S H O E S Yu k o n Charlies MT horn. 8X21 up to 150lbs. Brand new, $40. 802-558-1159

LADIES BLACK LEATHER jacket, tags on it, $99. 802645-0811

SONY DCR-SX63 handy-­ cam camera, video recorder. Excellent like new. Retails, $250+, $99. 802-325-2297

LARGE COLLECTION of dresses, sleepwear, shoes & accessories plus chair for the American Girl Doll, $50. 518692-2100

STAINLESS STEEL shop sink, 4X2, w/ extension fau-­ cet, Like new, $50. 518-5969946

LAWN MOWER DELUXE push rotary 21 inch 4HP ex-­ cellent, $75. 518-854-3214 LAWN MOWER B&S 4 1/2 HP all tuned, starts excel-­ lent, $85. 518-642-1628 MAHOGANY CHEST 44X22X35, three drawers. Excellent condition, $99. 802-287-9992 MAKITA RECHARGEABLE battery, new in package. 18V 30Ah LXT lithium- ion, $25. 518-499-2637 MEGA BLOCKS large as-­ sortment, over 185 pieces. Six Mega people, wheeled blocks included, $20. 802287-9116

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SYLVANIA 27” COLOR TV (tube) w/ remote, $30 OBO. 802-265-4755 TAILGATE CHEVY fullsize 1988 and newer, good con-­ dition, $75. 518-677-5031 TOYOTA CAMRY FRAME trailer hitch. Includes draw bar. Like new, fits 06 & prior, $75. 518-632-5494 TRUCK TOOL BOX Ultima aluminum, narrow bed w/ keys, $60. 518-686-1715

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202 Old Lake Road Poultney, Vermont 14” KITCHEN CABINETS, tops and bottoms w/counter tops, sink and faucet, GC, $250. 518-642-2470 275 GALLON FUEL tank, no r ust, under cover, never empty, $125. 518-638-8248

5 NEW ALUMINUM COM-­ BINATION Storm windows, ( 3 6 x 6 8 ? ) 1 0 - 1 5 Wo o d e n storms and screens (different sizes). 5 house windows, small. BEST OFFER. 518642-1672 NEW QUEEN MATTRESS Sets still in plastic $150, can deliver. 518-290-0298. PA S S L O D E C O R D L E S S angle trim nailer. $200. Hita-­ chi coil framing nailer w/ nails, $150. 802-375-2405 SLATE VALLEY LIQUIDA-­ TORS Brand New Designer Clothing, Handbags, Cos-­ tume Jewelry, Electronics at fraction of the price! Now Open 7 Days A Week 10am6pm Route 4A Next to Big Bob’s Food Shack, Hyde-­ ville, VT 802-345-6342 T WO P E R S O N H OT t u b with back massage, $1650. 518-499-0347

Bridal B R A N D N E W M AG G I E SOTTERO wedding gown. Allison Marie, diamond white, size 12 with tags on it. Never worn, $500. 518-2602392

Business Opportunities


LIFE CHANGING INCOME! Home business - get paid to help people save on their en-­ ergy bills. Call 607-227-5253, ask for Steve Clapp or email:

iMAC i7 20”, Core 2 Duo 2, 2.4 Ghz processor, 4GB Ram, new 1TB hard drive. Upgradable to Lion. Excel-­ lent condition, $425 FIRM. 802-293-2525

Education AVIATION MAINTENANCE TRAINING Financial Aid if qualified. Job Placement As-­ sistance. Call National Avia-­ tion Academy Today! FAA Approved. CLASSES STARTING SOON! 1-800292-3228 or NAA.ed

SUN MOUNTAIN SPEED cart, 3 wheel push/ pull golf car t. Exc Cond, $95. 802867-4174 SUNBEAM VINTAGE mix master mixer w/ two bowls & beaters. All metal, $50. 518692-9092

A Selection of Our Own Wines

3YR OLD HOT TUB Seats 5, used 3 times, includes cover, steps and chemicals, $2495. 518-642-1689

POD COFFEE MACHINE Tassimo (Bosch) model T20, new in box, retail $140, sell $90. 802-468-2215 POLARA STATION wagon rear seats, excellent condi-­ tion, $75. 518-642-1032

Articles For Sale

MERCHANDISE Antiques A N T I Q U E OA K WA R D -­ ROBE 36”W X 72”H X 16”D, $250. 802-278-8060 BULLDOG ANTIQUES For-­ merly Whitehall Flea Market. New merchandise arriving every week! 88 Main St., Whitehall. 518-307-6049

Equipment CATERPILLAR D3C BULL-­ DOZER 963 hrs, excellent condition, $32,000 OBO Se-­ rious inq only. 518-632-5318 TROY BUILT ROTOTILLER Briggs& Stratton motor. New mflr, rebuilt carb, needs rvse disc,$375. 518-649-7416




ALL CUT SPLIT & DELIV-­ ERED Hardwood firewood. Seasoned& Green wood now available, any length. 802316-6076 or 518-642-1558

IF YOU USED YAZ/YAS-­ MIN/OCELLA BIRTH CON-­ T RO L P I L L S O R A N U -­ VARING VAGINAL RING CONTRACEPTIVE between 2001 and the present time and suffered a stroke or hear t attack or developed blood clots, you may be en-­ titled to compensation. Call Attorney Charles Johnson 1800-535-5727

FREE BABY RATS hand-­ tamed, males, to good home, no snake food. 5 weeks old. 518-642-2928

Eliminate your heating b i l l s. O U T D O O R WO O D F U R N AC E f r o m C e n t r a l Boiler. Beecrofts LLC 518753-4402 LOG LENGTH By the truck load. Hardwood $600. 518677-8921/518-681-0227.

Flea Markets ANTIQUE FAIR AND FLEA MARKET August 4th & 5th at the Washington County Fairgrounds, Rte. 29, Green-­ wich NY. $3 admission. (Sat. 8a-6p, Sun 9a-4p) Featuring over 200 dealers. GREAT FOOD. Early-Bird Friday (8/3 6a-6p - $10). RAIN or SHINE. Call (518) 331-5004

Furniture COLONIAL HUTCH solid rock maple, 75H X72L X19”W. Pristine condition, valued at $3800, selling for $500. 802-645-9314 E A R LY 1 9 0 0 ’ S C L AW -­ F O OT c o u c h , r e - u p h o l -­ stered. Exc cond. Extra slip-­ cover and matching cushion, $250/obo. 802-287-2588

SKOOTER 3 wheel electric, heavy duty. Like new, $595 802-824-6430 or 603-3877582. In Peru, VT

Miscellaneous CAMP LIGHTBULB: A sum-­ mer camp for your LGBT teens, filled with Fun, Pride, Fr iends, Self-Discover y! Opens August 5 in beautiful Provincetown, MA. Apply Now

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS CLARINET/FLUTE/ VIO-­ LIN/TRUMPET/ Trombone/ Amplifier/ Fender Guitar, $69 each. Cello/Upright Bass/ Saxophone/ French Horn/ Drums, $185 ea. Tuba/Bari-­ tone Horn/Hammond Organ, Others 4 sale. 1-516-3777907


H A R D E N TA L L WA R D -­ ROBE armoire, 2 drawers, 3 bins, 3 cubbies. Solid cherry, exc cond, $400. 802-3752824

2010 John Deere LA 165 48” Deck Hydrostatic transmission, 3 lades, extra set of blades, steel front bumper, ease of steering knob, high back seat with adjustable lumbar support, original owners manual. Deck has “wash port” to clean underside. Well maintained mint condition. $2500.00 Firm Call Jim at (518) 854-9939 and leave message if no answer.

Garage Sales

AUCTION/TAG SALE benefiting Bennington Area

Habitat for Humanity


@ A Safe Place Self Storage 275 Tennis Way East Dorset, VT (4 miles North of Manchester Center off Rte 7A)

Preview & Tag Sale 9 a.m. Auction 10 a.m.

Pictures at: Contact 802 362-1185

For Sale

Lumber LUMBER FROM 40X14 wood silo. 518-638-8978

Wanted To Buy U.S. & FOREIGN COINS & paper money! No amount too small! Call Richard 518-6428156 or 518-683-1954

E D O R S E T, V T A S a f e Place Storage. 275 Tennis Way off Rte 7A. July 21th 9am. 802-362-1185. Bene-­ fiting Habitat for Humanity. P O U LT N E Y 3 9 9 R i v e r Street, dead end. Saturday, July 21st 8am-4pm. Victrola, vintage refrigerator, 1940’s M i n n e a p o l i s M o l i n e, o l d books and many collectibles. SALEM moving sale, furni-­ t u r e, h o u s ewa r e ’s, c h i l -­ dren’s, antiques. Sat 7/21, 9am-3pm. Rte 29, east of East Greenwich. SANDGATE VT Huge, multi family tag sale. Saturday 07/ 21, 9am-2pm. At the green barn at the corner of Sand-­ gate and Southeast Corners Rds.

Farm Animals GOATS FOR SALE kids and 1 doe, ver y sweet, hand raised. 518-642-4713

Poultry FREE ROOSTERS to a good home, as pets only. Young, friendly, 3 Brahmas and 1 Buff Orphington. Call Rich 518-944-8852, Argyle

Musical Instruments

FUTON double bed, maple frame, great deal, $135 call Sue, 518-742-6944 or 518429-6887

SOFA GOLD great deal, 7ft, living room quality, pecan wood, $135. Call Sue 518742-6944 or 518-429-6887

LOST YOUNG FEMALE ti-­ ger cat, July 5, black stripes, grey& orange mixed coat w/ white belly& paws. Answers to Tigger. Last seen Turnpike Rd, Cambridge, please call 518-677-8825

PETS-LIVESTOCK Dogs-Cats-Pets A K C G E R M A N S H E P -­ HERD PUPPIES German, hip certified bloodlines. Pups are super friendly and h e a l t hy. S h o t s, wo r m e d , health certificates, guaran-­ tees. Black/red, males and females. (603) 763-2877

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C H I H UA H UA T E A C U P PUPS 8 weeks old, first shots, M/F, all colors, $400+ 518-932-7543.

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Employment DINER COOK Birdseye Din-­ er, full time position. Experi-­ ence preferred. Castleton, VT. Contact Robert 802-4682213. LIVE-WORK-PARTYPLAY! Play in Vegas, Hang in LA, Jet to New York! Hir-­ ing 18-24 girls/guys. $400$800 wkly. Paid expenses. Signing Bonus. Energetic & fun? Call 866-251-0768 SCHOOL VAN DRIVER To transport pre-school students to and from Ticonderoga Ele-­ mentary School daily. Work from home, no experience required. Call Durrin Trans-­ portation at 518-587-2745.



Part-time position with flexible hours; responsibilities include: maintenance, janitorial, snow removal and grounds keeping duties. Experience with electrical, plumbing, light carpentry, and painting is required. Must have own transportation. Please phone Skenesborough Harbor at 518-499-1498 for more information. Drug and background checks are a condition of employment. National Church Residences does not discriminate on the basis of disability status in the employment in its federally assisted programs. EOE

DOG CONTROL OFFICER The Town of Hampton is seeking a Dog Control Officer. This is a part time position for an individual who is able to enforce the Town’s Dog Control Law. Enforcement requires the DCO to respond to complaints in a timely manner. If interested send a letter to Supervisor Town of Hampton, PO Box 125, Hampton, NY 12837 Or call 518-282-9830.

Assistant Design Engineer Join a growing and progressive international valve manufacturer in the Industrial/Municipal water and wastewater markets.

To place an ad, call

1.800.354.4232 School Nurse – The Poultney School District is seeking a school nurse beginning with the 2012-2013 school year. Licensed Registered Nurse with BSN required. Vermont Department of Education School Nurse licensure (or license eligible) also required. The successful candidate must have BSN, RN and a minimum of four years’ experience in pediatric/family medicine. The School Nurse will provide services to both Poultney Elementary and High School in collaboration with an Assistant to the School Nurse (LPN). For further information please contact Principal Kristen Caliguiri (802) 287-5212. Applications are available online at or via Completed application, resume, transcript, copy of licensure and three letters of reference to be sent to: Superintendent of Schools, RSWSU, 168 York Street, Poultney, VT 05764. The position is open until filled. EOE


The Assistant Design Engineer applies knowledge of engineering principles and practices to assigned tasks. Assist in developing technical specifications, implementing designs, and to deliver high performance, valve products. Interfaces with sales, manufacturing, and marketing teams to design and deliver solutions. Responsibilities: • Create concept designs / assemblies / layouts / drawings of various products • Perform form, fit and function studies to ensure that designs meet all design requirements • Support drawing / part release processes • Create and follow technical project plan • Participate in Design reviews • Prepare technical reports, production engineering documentation, and data as required • Update, manage and maintain version control over technical design documents, and reflecting these changes in technical publications • Conduct testing and validation of various products as and when required • Monthly reporting to department head Required Qualifications: • Associates degree in Engineering technology or related field • 3-5 years’ experience in creating design concepts/ assemblies/layouts using SolidWorks • Familiarity with Mechanical engineering fundamentals and machining processes in a metals manufacturing environment • PC / Windows / Microsoft Office knowledge • 1 to 4 years of experience with valve products and related design requirements, and knowledge of ISO 9001 is preferable We are looking for an experienced, self-motivated and detailoriented SolidWorks CAD Designer to grow with us. We offer a full complement benefits package including medical, dental, vision, PTO, Short/Long term DBL supplements, Aflac, 401K plan, and 12 paid holidays. Please submit resume and salary requirements to:

Flomatic Corporation Attn: Human Resources 15 Pruyn’s Island Drive Glens Falls, NY 12801 518 761 9797 • Fax 518 615 0065

3 Weeks / $1500

3 Weeks / $2500

For Items Priced Less Than $1,000 - Over $100

For Items Priced $1,000 or More

Name: Address:

Phone #:

Deadline: Monday 3 PM

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518-793-1266 MODULAR & MANUFACTURED HOMES SALES Route 9 South Glens Falls

• Homes starting at $250. mo... LOWEST PRICES GUARANTEED! • Land & Home Packages...



• Gourmet Kitchens, To-Die-For Master Baths...WE HAVE IT ALL!


Exit 17N, 3 miles north on Rt 9, 1 mile past Hess Station & the intersection of Rt 197 & Rt 9

WE PURCHASE All types of real estate! Call Bill at Gilbert Realty today! 802-265-8834



Quiet neighborhood, large kitchen/dining, 3 bedrooms, office, 1 full bath & 2-½ baths, laundr y/mudroom, living room, back porch overlooking Flower Brook. 2-car garage w/attached workshop. Garden shed. $1800/mo, first, last, security. 802-325-3118 evenings, 802-375-4943 cell.


For Sale

CEDARS SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY Take a Tour Weds 12:30pm! Off Bay St, Queensbury! 518-832-1701.

HAMPTON, NY HOUSE for sale,5 bdr m, 2 bath on 8 acres. Includes 40X40 gar-­ age, inground pool, horse barn and pond, $275,000. View pictures at landand-­ search Hampton, NY or call 518-361-7958




MAINE A beautiful parcel of land. 2+or- acres out in the country. Only $10,900. $450. down, $119. monthly. Owner 207-942-0058

CASTLETON 2BR duplex apt., $625/mth + util. No pets, no smoking. 1st, last & sec dep. Appl & ref req’d. 802-468-5691

GRANVILLE- Mettowee Val-­ ley Apts - Taking apps 2bdrm $518 rent; utilities average $81. Includes appliances, site laundry, trash removal. No smoking. Pet? Must meet eligibility requirements. For application 518-584-4543. NYS TDD Relay Service 1800-421-1220. Handicap Ac-­ cessible Equal Housing Op-­ portunity.

Apartments HUBBARDTON 2 room up-­ stairs, studio apt, quiet, electric, trash & snow re-­ moval. Pets possible, nonsmoker. $425/mth. 1st & se-­ curity. 802-273-2499 POULTNEY 122 College St, 1 br, Rent $605. Includes heat,hw,snow,&trash. 802-773-9107 SALEM Large 1bdrm, 2nd floor, $450. 802-867-0375 WHITEHALL 1bdr m, 1st floor, includes heat & hot wa-­ ter.$495, 1st month+ sec & ref. 206-222-5925

Homes EAST GREENWICH 2bdrm, 1« bath, 3 levels, W/D hookup, car port, sun room, gar-­ den, ref, 1mths sec, first/last, $750/mth, utilities not incl. Avail 09/01/12 518-854-7148 HOOSICK FALLS 2bdrm w/ large yard, includes, w/d $700/ mo, Avail 08/01. 1st, last, sec &ref. Non smokers, for appt 518-686-5547 LAKE ST CATHERINE Ful-­ ly furnished very quiet spot to enjoy winter overlooking the lake. 2+ bedrooms avail-­ able Sept- June 2013. $800/ month plus util. 518-3219640 SALEM 4bdrm, 2 bath, country setting, $900/mth, references & security re-­ quired. 518-499-0219

Mobile/Modular Homes CLEMONS, NY Rent to own. Double wide, 2bdrms, coun-­ try spot, $500/mth +sec. No pets. Small trailer, 2bdrm, c o u n t r y s p o t by s t r e a m , $450/mth +sec. No pets. 518-499-0950

Mobile/Modular Homes

Vacation/ Recreational

MOBILE HOME 3bdrm, 2 ba, w/ 2 car garage. $1000/ mo. Private lot 3 miles W of Fair Haven, VT. 1st, last, sec ref req. 802-265-3766 or 518265-3146.

WA R M W E AT H E R I S YEAR ROUND In Ar uba. The water is safe, and the dining is fantastic. Walk out to the beach. 3-Bedroom weeks available: Sept. 23, Sept. 30, Oct. 7, & Oct. 14, 2011. Sleeps 8. $2500. Call Carol at 978-371-2442 or email:

Storage EXIT ONE SELF-STORAGE Heated Units Also Available Route 4-A Fair Haven, VT 802-265-3330

Vacation/ Recreational CAMP FOR RENT Lake Bo-­ moseen. Sleeps 6. Available July 27-August 3 and Sep-­ tember. $700/wk 203-2971775 or 203-775-9826 call anytime. C O S S AY U N A L A K E F R O N T C O T TA G E S 2 3bdrm, $445-$495 per week. Pool, boats, screened porch-­ es. 518-692-7978



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Manchester Newspapers’

SERVICES DIRECTORY Every Service For Every Purpose

Building Stone


STONEWORKS Walls*Patio Pointing 518-955-0542

HAS YOUR BUILDING SHIFTED? Contact Woodford Bros., Inc. for straightening, leveling, foundation and wood frame repairs at 1-800-OLD-BARN,, MAHIC#155877; CTHIC#571557; RICRB#22078

Cleaning Services

Electrician Facility Services Inc. • Homes • Offices • Business • Construction • Weekly • Bi-weekly • Monthly • Occasionally

Call Patty for a free estimate



DETAIL DEB’S CLEANING (When Details Matter) Exp. Ref. Free Est. INSURED 518-538-4799

JOIN OUR SERVICES DIRECTORY TODAY! 2” Display Ad Special! Call Today! 800-354-4232

DURRUM ELECTRIC Theron Durrum Master Electrician

• RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL • INDUSTRIAL Licensed & Insured 400 York Street Poultney, VT



Snowplowing/Removal Sanding ENVIRONMENTAL

Septic* Standard & Engineered mound systems. Perk tests. Gravel Screened & Unscreened Topsoil, Mason Sand Arxx Systems & Foundations, Waterproofing 35 Yrs. Exp. Insured, Local Professional Contractor, Friendly Free Estimates

All Seasons

Legal Services

With Rotary Brush Cutter With 22ft Reach

D I VO R C E $ 3 5 0 * C ove r s Child Support, Custody, and Visitation, Property, Debts, Name Change... Only One Signature Required! *Excludes govt. fees! 1-800522-6000 Extn. 400, BAY-­ LOR & ASSOCIATES

Excavator for Hire Mowing & Brush Cutting of Ponds, Steep Hills Embankments & Roadsides

We also have multiple versatile brush-hogging & brush-cutting equipment for all your needs.



Brushcutting, LLC


Easton NY • 518-692-9074

PREPARE YOUR DRIVEWAY NOW! Repairs • Installation Dozer Work • Clearing Small Loads Gravel Loam & Sand Delivery Brush-Hogging Grading Driveways Roadways

JUST MOWIN’ Trimmin’ & Edgin’ Lawn & Field Reasonable Rates 802-236-8031


Call us about all of our services!

Ralph Woods 518-677-8921 C 518-681-0227


Lawn Mowing

call to advertise here!

Painting NEED PAINTING? 20 Plus Years Experience Honest Clean Reliable Jobs Big or Small. Free Est. Competitive Prices. Insured. 518-569-5844.

Roofing SLATEROOF.COM Service all your roofing needs. 518-307-3371

Vinyl Siding


Al LeMay

Windows • Doors • Repairs & Pressure Washing • Painting Insured No Job Too Small

802-265-3766 or 518-265-3146 Truck Repair C H SHELDRICK & SONS Truck & Auto Repair 24 Hour Towing & Auto Service/Sales 802-265-9700/802-742-7178

Tree Service BOURN TREE SERVICE Over 30 Years Of Service Fully Insured * Free Est. Brush Chipping * Land Clearing. 518-642-2182


find who and what you need here!

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Auto Wanted


1952/53 M38A1 Jeep & trail-­ er, complete restoration, 1000 mi on rebuilt engine, many spare parts, $13,000. 802-287-5743

1997 FORD ESCORT LX 4 door, loaded, 30 MPG, great shape, $2500/obo. 518-2829972

1999 VOLKSWAGON PAS-­ SAT Red, no rust, good in-­ terior, new stereo system, 195K, asking $2800. 518879-5287

2001 BLACK DODGE Da-­ kota, 100,000 miles, good condition, $3500/obo. 518854-3841 or 518-791-8788

2 0 0 1 T OYO TA C A M R Y 206,000 miles, runs great, $2300. 802-683-4057

CASH FOR CARS: Any Make, Model or Year. We Pay MORE! Running or Not, Sell your Car or Truck TO-­ DAY. Free Towing! Instant Offer: 1-800-871-0654

1989 PACE ARROW motor home, good condition, needs some wor k, $4600 OBO. 802-265-3635

1991 FIREBIRD 6 cyl, 118K, $2200. Call 518-796-8265.

1998 SAAB 900 156K, in-­ spected, runs well. Black, sunroof, $800. 518-2602392. Leave Message.

2000 LINCOLN TOWN CAR 1-owner, in excellent condi-­ tion. $4400. 518-588-4585

2001 MERCURY COUGAR 118K, 5-speed, 4 cyl. Runs good. $2500. 518-854-3625

2002 LINCOLN Grand Prix, leather inter ior, no r ust, needs work for Vt inspection, $600 OBO. 802-265-3635 2 0 0 3 C H R Y S L E R S E -­ BRING LXi, V6 auto. All power, 144K, $2000. 518547-8335 leave message. 2004 CADILLAC DHS, 78K, navy/tan leather. Fully load-­ ed. sunroof, A/C seats, back-­ up sensors. 802-558-3402 2004 TOYOTA SCION XB 4 door, 110,000 miles, good condition, $7000/obo. 518642-3230 2008 AUDI Q4 previous pur-­ chased maintenance pack-­ age transferred with car. 43K, still under warranty, ful-­ ly loaded, sunroof, $23,500/ obo. 802-235-2765 NICE CONDITION! 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Lare-­ do, A/T, V-6, 120K, Clean! $4900/OBO 518-499-1538

SELL YOUR CAR, TRUCK O R S U V TO DAY ! A l l 5 0 states, fast pick-up and pay-­ ment. Any condition, make or model. Call now 1-877-8188 8 4 8 , w w w. M y C a r f o r -­

Boats A L U M I N U M B OAT L I F T New winch cable, rated at 4,000 lbs. $1700. 802-4683042 BOAT MOTOR TRAILER 40HP, runs good, $1200. 802-293-5210 CHRYSLER LONE STAR “Little Fisherman” 12’ 5 pas-­ senger row boat w/oars, like new, $500. 518-642-1032

2 0 0 3 1 6 X 9 C A R G O P RO motorcycle trailer. Aluminum, holds 2 bikes. Single axle. $5,750. 518-753-6048

Commercial Equipment 1998 GMC BUCKET truck, Mobark 12” chipper, $26,000 or will trade for mini excava-­ tor. 518-361-4049

Classic & Antiques 1950 FORD F-1 Pick up truck. In primer, good body and good running. $10,500. 518-638-9000 1977 CORVETTE STING-­ R AY L o o k s a n d s o u n d s great. T-tops, 4speed, en-­ gine chrome, 350 motor, new Cooper tires, 94K, asking $15,500. 518-677-3448





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(518) 642-3063 or 642-3036

The Lakes Region FreePress • July 20, 2012 • 21 Classic & Antiques 1 9 8 8 B U I C K R E AT TA Looks & r uns great, new tires, brakes, & tuneup, nev-­ er run in the winter, asking $2490/obo. 802-273-2647 1990 MERCURY GRAND PRIX Southern car, flawless, 85,447 miles, $1995. 802325-3081

Farm Equipment 100+ IRRIGATION pipe, 4”X 40’ w/ riser sprinklers, $6500. 518-638-9000 NEW HOLLAND 56 side de-­ livery rake, $1700. 472 New Holland hay bind 7 ft, $2600. Round bailers; Claus 4X5, New Idea 4X4, both in good cond, $4200 each. Woods bush hog brush bull cutter, brand new, heavy duty, 4ft, $1700. Ford tractor 9N w/ 5ft brush cutter, $1750. 518695-6180

Four-Wheel Drive 1998 FORD EXPLORER Eddie Bauer Edition, 5.0L, V8, fully loaded, 4WD, no rust, runs great. 110K miles. $4,500. 518-677-5544 2001 BLAZER 103K, good shape, new par ts, $2500. 518-638-6674 2004 CHEVROLET SILVE-­ RADO 1500 4WD, 4.8L, 65K miles, great shape, good tires, asking $8600. 802-2658645 ext 23. 2004 DODGE DAKOTA 4x4 extended cab, auto, runs & looks good, 125K, $4200. 518-695-6180 2004 FORD F150 xlt, 5.4L, V 8 , 4 X 4 . A u t o, P W, P L , Cruise, tilt, Cd, 120K miles. $5900. 802-683-0586 2006 EDDIE BAUER Ford Explorer, 4WD, 3rd row seat, tow pkg, loaded, 94K, new tires last season. $12,900/ obo. 518-692-9875

Four WheelDrive 95 FORD F-250 Diesel 7.3, 4x4, 170K, utility box/ladder rack, needs oil pump, truck only $1250/obo, truck w/box, rack $2250/obo. 802-6834163 or 802-273-2786

Motorcycles 08 SUZUKI C50 Boulevard, 805cc, 5300 miles, Black/ gray, windshield, saddle bags, very good condition, $5200. Manchester. 802366-8188 1969 CUSTOM HARLEY DAVIDSON, 1200 cc Hard-­ tail, custom built engine, very fast. Not for the novice rider. $5500/obo. Call Scott 518632-5232 or cell 518-2323600. 1990 HD FXRS 1300cc, new tires, $7000. 802-325-3127 1997 HARLEY DAVIDSON SOFTTAIL CLASSIC all ex-­ tras, special color, 15,000 miles, $8500. 518-499-1210 2 0 0 3 H O N DA S H A D OW ACE 750CC, 10,100 miles, great condition. Must sell. $3200/obo. Call or text 518361-9056 2003 MOTOGUZZI CALI-­ FORNIA EV 1100 with Voy-­ ager trike conversion kit, many extras, $11,000/obo. 802-265-3403 2 0 0 3 S U Z U K I S AVAG E 650cc, less than 3700 miles, perfect condition, under book value, $1900. 802-265-4526 2006 HARLEY DAVIDSON Ultra Classic, $12,000. 802770-2292

Recreational SHORELINE BOAT TRAIL-­ ER tandem whls, hyd brakes, easy loader w/ 4 new tires w/ spare for 21’ boat. $1200. 802-468-5136

ATV’s /Snowmobiles

Pickups, Trucks, Vans

2 P O L A R I S S N OW M O -­ BILES 1998 & 1999. Nice sleds! $3,000/obo. 518-7919741

2002 FORD F250 super duty, V-8, 4WD, Auto, 98k miles, $10,500. 802-2875242 after 5pm.

2005 YAMAHA VENTURE snowmobile, low miles, 600cc, 2 up. $4500. 802-2351068 after 5 pm

87 F350 DUMP TRUCK 90,000 miles, too many new parts to list, very little rust, box great condition, $2500. 802-683-4163

2010 FRONTRUNNER 800 S side-by-side U.T.V., w/top, windshield & winch. $7,300. 802-645-1925 2010 POLARIS RZR 170 4 stroke 170 Polaris motor, less than 10 hrs total, ma-­ c h i n e l i k e n e w, a s k i n g $3200/obo. Call or email for more information. 518-361-5205 or CONDOR-250CC 5 speed, yellow. Almost new- Demo. 3 0 m i l e s, n o t a s c ra t c h , $1850. 802-438-2910

Pickups, Trucks, Vans 1987 DODGE RAM 1 ton truck, great condition, stan-­ dard 4spd floor shift, big V8 engine w/63,000 original miles. Just need room. $5000. OBO 518-638-9000 1990 E350 UHAUL custo-­ mized box truck. 7.3 diesel auto, new tires and inspec-­ tion, $2500 802-273-2837 1 9 9 0 F O R D F 3 5 0 VA N 86,000 orig. miles. $1750. 518-692-9906 1992 FORD RANGER Me-­ chanic special, r uns, in-­ spected, roll bar with lights, $2000/obo. 802-235-1391 1998 FORD 150 CUSTOM VAN w/wheel chair lift, 66K, many new par ts, can be seen at 6 Pine Lane, Cam-­ bridge, NY. 518-677-3084 2000 DODGE RAM Spor t 1500. Loaded. New tires. In excellent condition. $10,500/ obo. 518-686-5953

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24 - July 20, 2012 - The Lakes Region FreePress


STK# 2Z0724

Automatic, Bright Red, Alloy Wheels, 18k miles

STK# 2Z0605

FP, A/C, CD, Only 8,500 miles




5.99% for 75 months, $3k down + Tax & DMV

5.99% for 75 months, $3k down + Tax & DMV

STK# 2Z0719

STK# 2Z0808

Hemi, Only 1800 Miles!




Loaded! 76,500 miles

NADA $28,400



plus tax & DMV

STK# 2Z0863


FP, A/C, CD, 58k miles


6.99% for 75 months, $3k down + Tax & DMV

STK# 2Z0866

4 Door, Leather, Loaded! Only 17k miles

STK# 2Z0873





Leather, Loaded! 50k miles


6.99% for 72 months, $3k down + Tax & DMV

6.99% for 72 months, $3k down + Tax & DMV STK# 2Z0871

Auto, 4x4, Only 52k miles

STK# 2Z0879

FP, A/C, CD, 45k miles



6.99% for 72 months, $3k down + Tax & DMV

Auto, A/C, Heavy Duty, Hemi, Only 62k miles, READY TO WORK!



plus tax & DMV




Tax, title & tags extra.

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