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commercial and industrial center. A second documentary, detailing the story of East Poultney, will be released sometime in 2014. “It was really two villages growing up side by side that together tell the story of the town,” said Ina Smith Johnson, president of the Poultney Historical Society and producer to the documentary. The documentary is an outgrowth of the historical society’s award-winning audio walking tours. “I realized what was really missing was photographs,” Johnson said. “There was demand for telling the story through photographs.” So she went to work combing the organization’s archives and searching for photographs

A documentary chronicling Poultney’s ascension from a small milling hamlet to a busy commercial industrial center in the late 19th century will be screened at the Tiny Theatre this weekend. The Poultney Historical Society will host the premier public screening of “A Tour of Two Villages: Poultney Village,” at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 3, at the Tiny Theatre at 153 Main St. in Poultney. Narrated by Vermont Public Radio’s master storyteller Willem Lange, the video highlights hundreds of photographs from the historical society’s collection and includes music, interviews and stories from Poultney residents. The documentary details the growth of West Poultney and how it became the community’s

See FILM, pg. 2

Rehlen to speak in Castleton

The FreePress will publish its annual Holiday Gift Guide the week of Nov. 25. This keepsake edition will be illed with holiday events and activities for the whole family to enjoy. Plus, the best local shopping values around. Businesses wanting to be included should contact the FreePress today at 800-354-4232

Local author Pam Rehlen will talk about her most recent book at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 7 at the Higley House Museum on Main Street in Castleton Village. “The Vanished Landmarks Game: Vermont Stories from West of Birdseye” features changes in Castleton over the years, Gibbs’ family vignettes, long-gone local colorful characters, and

See REHLEN, pg. 2 A contingent of Amish workers toil on a roof of a building they are constructing on Upper Turnpike Road in Whitehall, N.Y.

Officials welcome Amish to Lakes Region By Lee Tugas

Members of St. Luke’s Guild of Iconograpy display work.

Fair Haven artist featured at First Friday Call 800-354-4232 today to have your business included in our 2014 Lakes Region Community Phone Book coming in January.

Traditional styles and local inspiration will come together for this month’s First Friday celebration on Nov. 1. At the Pember Library and Museum, three artists will display their work. James Montague, who passed in 1999, was a versatile artist who studied throughout the United States and

See FRIDAY, pg. 2

The back roads of the Lakes Region have begun to look a little like Lancaster County the past few months. A group of Amish farmers from Fort Plain, N.Y., have purchased land in Whitehall and Hampton, N.Y., and local officials have rolled out the welcome mats for the area’s newest residents. “I’m excited about it,” Whitehall Supervisor George Armstrong said. “I think our community is blessed to have these people come in to farm. Heck! We’ve lost all of our agriculture.” Although members of the community have declined formal requests for interviews, they have

said they intend to operate a dairy farming operation. In recent months, members of the community have purchased a number of local farms located on Hatch Hill Road, Upper Turnpike and County Route 11 and Abair Road. Members of the Amish community said they typically look for several farms within an 8-mile radius of each other. Over the past two months, a group of approximately a dozen Amish men, ranging from teenagers to middle-aged, have been busy establishing their own community, erecting barns and houses and cutting hay.

See AMISH, pg. 2


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Rehlen Continued from front page other Castleton lore. The program is free and

Friday Continued from front page internationally. According to his artist’s biography, he made maps for Newsweek and Travel magazines, did book jackets, murals and illustrations in New York City and has exhibited his paintings there and throughout New England. Painter Lucinda Sayre will show some of her natureinspired paintings at the library as well. On her website, the Fair Haven artist describes her passion for the outdoors and the natural world and how that translates into her work. “I say I’m painting nature’s pathways and I do. All of my works, from large landscapes, to textured abstracts, to weathered barns, to my vintage vehicles are a reflection of the paths that nature takes,” she said. Also on display will be Karen Rizzo’s handmade rag dolls. There will also be food and music to go along with the art. Across the bridge at the Slate Valley Museum, the Carpatho-Rusyn theme stays

open to the public, and the building is handicapped accessible. Refreshments will be served. For more information, call Holly Hitchcock at 468-5105.

strong. The museum will offer artwork of St. Luke’s Guild of Iconography, which follows the style of the Orthodox Church. Museum Director Kate Weller said many of the Slate Valley’s Slovakian immigrants attended the Byzantine Catholic Church, which is closely aligned with the Greek Orthodox Church, and used as a cultural anchor in America. Founded by master iconographer Christine Simoneau Hales, who teaches the classes, the Guild of St. Luke is an ecumenical gathering of artists and artisans who are committed to making art that is reflective of a deep spirituality and faith in God, Weller said. They do this primarily through the practice of writing Christian icons studying the historical background and hymnody, and lectio divina relationships within the visual imagery of iconography. They believe in the didactic value of icons and engage with prayer as part of their painting practice. First Friday takes place from 7 to 9 p.m. For more information call the Slate Valley Museum at 642-1417 or the Pember at 642-1515.

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Film Continued from front page online. She also included oral history interviews that had previously only been heard. Those interviews include Doc Williams, a local slate worker; Ed Lewis, a seventh generation farmer from East Poultney and a member of the historical society’s board of directors; and the late Sylvia Williams, who along with her husband Newman, founded Williams Hardware. Sunday’s screening complements the new Poultney Historic Places Lecture Series, which seeks to call attention to the town’s history. The lectures, which began in

Amish Continued from front page A handful of straw-hatted men were seen Friday, clambering atop a rooftop of a barn under repair on Upper Turnpike Road. Meanwhile, Amish wagons, a clothesline of traditional clothing, and several children in traditional Amish garb (long dresses and bonnets for women and long sleeved shirts and hats for the men) could be seen running in a field at two farm houses on Hatch Hill Road. Whitehall town councilman Richard LaChapelle even reported that the family on Hatch Hill Road had posted a bake sale sign for Friday and Saturday mornings. “You’ve got to get there early,” LaChapelle said, “they sell out quick.” Jim Peterson, pastor of the Granville and Whitehall Baptist churches welcomed the Amish to the community. “It is nice to have local farm land being used. It should increase the tax base. Washington County can brag more about being rural and quaint,” Peterson said, adding from his point of view, it was also nice to have additional Christians in the community. The Amish are a subgroup of the Mennonites, a Christian denomination, and they are known for their rejection of modern technology and conservative dress, although beliefs can vary from one community to the next. In the United States, Amish communities are mostly found in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana, but the number of communities in New York con-

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Johnson said the lecture series and Sunday’s screening are another way for the historical society to showcase Poultney’s history. Following the screening, the audience is invited to join Johnson for a lively discussion. She will share what inspired her to produce the video, as well as some anecdotes on the production process. She will also answer questions. The screening is free and open to the public, with donations encouraged to benefit the Tiny Theatre. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, call 287-5252, or email

tinues to grow. The Amish avoid the use of most modern technology, although a local Amish mother, who asked not to be identified, did say they will make use of tractors in their work, but not during the harvesting of crops. Armstrong reported that he had heard a few grumblings from town residents about whether or not the Amish residents would pay taxes and wanted to ensure that they would. “They will pay taxes just like anybody else,” Armstrong said, adding that the Amish residents would only be exempt from paying church and school taxes if they should decide to build a church or school. “I hope they enroll their kids at Whitehall,” Armstrong said, noting that enrollment in the district is at an historic low. Under their beliefs and traditions, the Amish generally do not agree with the idea of Social Security benefits and have a religious objection to insurance. In fact, the biggest concern among local officials is not taxes, but transportation. Like their counterparts in Pennslyvania and other parts of the country, the local Amish community shuns the use of cars for transportation and instead elects to use horse and buggies. The farmers periodically travel into the village of Whitehall to frequent some of the community’s businesses, and Peterson said a carriage was nearly struck on Route 4 last week. “Cars are not used to watching out for them,” Peterson said, adding that state and local highway departments should

post warning signs, similar to ones used in the New York’s western tier where there are larger populations of Amish. Both the town and village boards have discussed the purchase of safety signs warning motorists to slow down for the traditional horse and buggy carriages that Amish farmers use. At a recent meeting of the Whitehall Village Board, Trustee Ken Bartholomew recommended that the village procure “horse and buggy” signs to warn motorists to slow down if Whitehall’s new residents should ever ride into town in their traditional black buggies. Dan Williams, Granville’s department of public works supervisor, said it would be no problem to procure such warning signs, since he knew a maker of such signs, USA Signs Inc. Williams was instructed to secure such signs from the company that has an in-stock supply. Meanwhile, on Friday, Supervisor George Armstrong confirmed by phone with Highway Superintendent Louis Pratt that the town was securing six green safety signs from Washington County. Armstrong added that a special warning sign had already been installed on Hatch Hill Road, but LaChapelle, who is also a sergeant for the Whitehall Village Police, said he had not heard of any unfortunate encounters between motorists or horses at the three Amish settlements, two of which are quite close to the village. Local motorists are asked to use extra care on local roads where the Amish live.

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September and are typically scheduled every other month, are held in some of Poultney’s historic buildings. The first lecture, which was held in the East Poultney Baptist Church, explored prehistoric Poultney. Besides a means of educating residents on the history of Poultney, Johnson said the series is intended to raise awareness of the community’s historic places and buildings. “We hope to draw the public’s attention to the needs of the buildings so that they see them in a different light and continue to appreciate them,” she said. At each lecture, donations are collected and used to preserve the building in which that respective lecture was held.

The Mettawee Community School sixth grade class will host and serve a Boston Trip Spaghetti Dinner on Monday, Nov. 4, at Bernardo’s in Granville. Seatings will be at 5, 6 and 7:15 p.m. Dinner includes spaghetti, sauce, salad and bread. Drinks and dessert cost extra. Eat-in tickets are $5. Take-

out is $6. Tickets will be available for purchase at the school between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. through Friday, Nov. 1 or at door. The proceeds from this event will go toward the sixth grade’s spring trip to Boston. For more information call the school at 645-9009.

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Vermont storyteller Tom Weakley to speak in Castleton

Rutland Free Library hosting book sale The Friends of the Rutland Free Library will hold their November Book Sale on Friday, Nov. 1, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Saturday, Nov. 2 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; and Wednesday, Nov. 20, from 4 to 8 p.m. The sale will feature thousands of new and gently-used hardcover and paperback books, puzzles, CDs, and DVDs for all ages. Books will be organized by category and

author. Children’s books will be organized by age and grade level. There will also be a selection of antique and rare books, as well as many holidayrelated books. Most items range in price from $.25 to $3. All proceeds go to support library activities and collections. For more information, call 773-1860 or visit

tation of First Lady Laura The GFWC Castleton Bush. Three of his six CD’s Woman’s Club will meet on have won national Nov. 13 at the awards. Castleton State His program College Medical will share how he Chapel. began his career A light lunch will in storytelling, be served at noon, where the stories followed by a busicome from, how ness meeting at 12:30 he rewrites them p.m. At 1 p.m. the for telling, and program will feature how he chose the Tom Weakley, 20 stories comVermont Storyteller. prising his book Tom Weakley’s “Tom Weakley: career has spanned The Stories.” three decades, The program is crossed continents, Tom Weakley open to the public. and earned him Please call numerous awards. In Nancy at 468-5421 for further 2003 he performed at the information. National Book Fair at the invi-

Briefs Foundation Church moves to E. Poultney The Foundation Church of Poultney is moving from its current location at 153 Main St. to the church building on the East Poultney Green. Sunday services will be at 11 a.m. For more information, visit www.

West Pawlet to host pancake breakfast A Pancake Breakfast will be served from 7:30 to 11 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 10, at the West Pawlet Volunteer Fire Department. Cost is $7 for ages 12 and up. For more information, call Antonio Landon at 345-4312 or email

Film premiere at Tiny Theatre tonight The movie “The Girl with the Tear in Her Eye” will be screened tonight, Friday, Nov. 1 at Poultney’s Tiny Theatre. Show times are 4 and 7 p.m. Rated with a Parental Advisory (Age 14+), the film is “suited for the fright and suspense of Halloween, while laced with many quirky moments,” said the Lakeside News. It is described as a psychological

thriller and comedy. “The Girl with the Tear in Her Eye” stars Joshua Ferguson and Chelsea Ortuno, and features guest appearances from Fair Haven youth including Matthew Eaton, Nick Boule, Scott Hughes, Lukas Genier and Roy Newton. Tickets are $5 and are available at the door.

Cemetery Assoc. to host clean-up day A Volunteer Fall Clean-up Day will be held from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Nov. 9, at the Poultney Cemetery Association property on Beaman Street. Lot owners, families and descendants are welcome and are encouraged to attend. Please bring yard tools, rakes, trash bags, saws, pick-up trucks, etc. The more helpers, the lighter the tasks will be. It is suggested that volunteers dress appropriately for comfort and safety. The tasks are not major, and include trimming back hydrangea bushes and lilac trees that have overgrown markers. Dead plants and plastic pots need to be cleaned up to enable a fresh start in the spring for mowing crews. The board of trustees looks forward to working with the volunteers to keep the ceme-

tery beautiful. For more information, email

Vendors wanted for Benson craft fair Vendors are invited to reserve their space for the 2013 Benson Community Craft Fair, taking place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16 at the Benson Village School. The fair is sponsored by the Benson First Response. Spaces should be reserved by Nov. 12. A 10-foot space rents for $20. For more information or an application, contact Colleen Hoard at 537-3521. Checks can be made out to Benson First Response and mailed to Benson First Response Craft Fair, P.O. Box 199, Benson, VT 05731.


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Holiday Craft Fair The Castleton Community Center Holiday Craft Fair will be held Nov. 9 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Center. Twenty three vendors will be displaying a super selection of one-of-a-kind hand made jewelry, decorations, crafts and food items. Lunch will be available. For information call 468-3093.

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FARM, CONSTRUCTION & LANDSCAPE EQUIPMENT SATURDAY, NOV 9TH, 10:00AM GREENWICH, NY We will be selling several lines of machinery from Washington & Saratoga county farms. Also included will be some construction and landscape equipment. Sale to be held at our facility located at 56 County Route 53, Greenwich, NY.

Partial Listing Tractors: Ford 7710 4wd, cab, series II; IH 1086 2wd, cab; Ford 5000; Ford 4000; Ford 3930 4wd with snow plow; Ford 1715 Compact Tractor w/Loader 4wd Farm Equip: NH 472, 488, 489 Haybine; NH 326, 310 Balers; NH 718, 782 Forage Harvesters w/elec controls & hayheads; NH 824 cornhead; NH 256 hayrake; IH 35 hayrake; JD 660 hayrake; Sitrex ST 520 tedder; Hesston 4 x 4 round baler; Wooden & Steel hay wagons; Hay elevators; Gehl 980 forage wagon; JD 714A forage wagon; IH 2350 loader; NI 3726 manure spreader; IH 710 4 bt plow; Ford 118 4bt plow; Ford 3bt plow; IH 240 2 bt plow; Krause 2200 disc; Drags; Feeder wagons; IH 56 blower; Grain bin 6 ton; Construction & Landscape: JCB 8032 ZTS mini excavator with thumb; Mustang 940 skid steer w/forks; Morbark 6” wood chipper; Vermeer 36” walk behind trencher; Dodge 2500 (2001) diesel truck, ext cab, 4wd, auto, air, 8’ fisher plow; Tarrant highlander jr. 8’ stainless steel sander; Valby CH150 pto chipper; DR 6” pto driven chipper; Wacker plate compactor; pumps; Landpride LR1584 landscape rake; JD 24 hp zero turn mower; NH LS 45 lawn mower; Generators & cutters: Dayton 25kw/50kw pto generator; Winpower 20kw/30kw generator; Kubota 5000 watt generator; Woods 15’ bat wing cutter; JD MX 10’ cutter; Landpride RC2584 7’ cutter; Woods MD160 5’ cutter; Bush Hog 305 5’ cutter; Misc: Yamaha golf cart; Karcher hot water power washer; Chainsaws; Air compressors; Power tools; Job boxes; Lawn mowers Special Interest: 1977 Chevy impala 4 door 32k orginal miles; 1985 Dodge omni 4 door 22k orginal miles

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Fair Haven’s culvert inventory process received a boost from the state’s Better Backroads program recently with a $2,000 grant. Town Manager Herb Durfee said “The funding will help the town accurately finish its culvert analysis using GPS and computer mapping technology with help from the Rutland Re g i o n a l Planning Commission.” According to Durfee, work has already started and should be completed before the end of the calendar year. When finished, the culvert inventory will help the town prioritize culvert replacement and maintenance. The Better Backroads program offers grants that target improving water quality and the problems and costs associated with improper management techniques. For additional information, individuals may contact Bud Panoushek, town DPW superintendent at 265-3192 or Susan Schreibman, RRPC at 775-0871.

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Green Mountain College welcomes journalist and author Jim Sterba for a public presentation Thursday, Nov. 7 at 7 p.m. in the Gorge, Withey Hall. His program, Nature Wars, is free and open to the public. The program is based on Sterba’s recent book Nature Wars: The Incredible Story of How Wildlife Comebacks Turned Backyards into Battlegrounds, which offers an eye-opening look at how Americans lost touch with the natural landscape, spending 90-percent of their time indoors where nature arrives via television, films and digital screens. All the while, our wellmeaning efforts to protect animals allowed wild populations to burgeon out of control, causing billions of dollars in damage, degrading ecosystems, and touching off disputes that polarized communities. Deeply researched, eloquently written, counterintuitive

and often humorous, Sterba “provocatively and persuasively argues that, just at the moment when humankind has distanced itself irrevocably from nature, its behavior patterns have put people in conflict with a natural world that they don’t know how to deal with,” according to Publishers Weekly. Sterba has worked as a foreign correspondent and national affairs reporter for more than four decades at the Wall Street Journal and New York Times. Along with domestic posts including serving as an assistant to columnist James Reston at the Times, he became a foreign correspondent, covering the War in Vietnam, the invasion of Cambodia, and the Chinese military crackdown at Tiananmen Square in 1989. He is also the author of Frankie’s Place: A Love Story, about summers in Maine with his wife, the author Frances FitzGerald.

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The Haystack Hustlers invite all area veterans to a potluck lunch on Tuesday, Nov. 12, at noon at the Pawlet Church. Entertainment will follow the lunch, a 50/50 raffle will be held and the seniors will collect items for the Pawlet Food Shelf. The group’s second lunch will be held at the holiday dinner at the Mettowee Community School.




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Pawlet photographers showcased in exhibit An opening reception for a new exhibit of photographs from the Pawlett Historical Society collection will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 9, at the Pawlet Public Library. Refreshments will be served. The exhibit will focus on the photographs of four Pawlet photographers: Archie W. Burdick (1866-1936), Helen Mary Bushee (1862-1947), Ella Josephine Clark (1893-1980) and Neil Rappaport (1942-1998). There will also be some early photographs of the town taken by unknown photographers.

The earliest photograph in the exhibit was taken circa 1890 and the latest in 1985. Archie Burdick was a photographer who worked with glass plate negatives and was particularly active in West Pawlet in 1911. Nellie Bushee also worked with glass plate negatives and became the town clerk in 1991 after her father, Orlando Bushee. She remained in that position until 1930 and took pictures from about 1900 to 1910. Ella Clark is remembered for her photo postcards that were sold for many years in all the

local stores. She began taking pictures in 1910 when she asked her father for a camera for her birthday. Neil Rappaport came to live in Pawlet in 1969 and for 30 years he primarily photographed the people of the town, at work, at play and in settings of their own choosing. The exhibit will be on view through Dec. 9. The Pawlet Public Library is open Tuesday through Saturday. All are welcome to stop by and this exhibit of photographs of Pawlet that span almost 100 years. For more information, contact Susanne Rappaport at 645-0993.

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Funkhouser Quartet coming to Brandon Pianist/composer John Funkhouser returns to Brandon Music on Saturday, Nov. 16, at 7:30 with his quartet for a concert celebrating the release of his fourth CD, Still. A native of the Boston area, Funkhouser majored in music theory at Cornell University and earned a Master’s degree from New England Conservatory in jazz piano, bass and composition in 1995. After four years in New York City, he again returned to Boston in 2000 to raise a family, perform, and teach at Berklee College of Music. Funkhouser is a jazz bassist and pianist, participating in an array of musical projects with the Northeast’s most accomplished musicians. In 2003, he joined the bass section of the New England Philharmonic,







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returning to his classical roots, and was one of three soloists in Gunther Schuller’s 1991 Violin Concerto. Funkhouser has toured the United States several times, performing at the New Orlean’s Jazz Festival, Oklahoma City’s Jazz in June and many other music festivals. Joining him are three accomplished musicians: Phil Sargent on guitar, Greg Loughman playing the bass and Mike Connors on drums. It is indeed a boost for the local music scene and an honor to have musicians of such high caliber coming to Brandon. Tickets to the show are $15. A pre-concert dinner is also available for $15. Reservations are recommended. Call 465-4071 or e-mail for reservations or information.

Tinmouth Volunteer Fire Department’s 44th Annual Game Supper The 44th Annual Tinmouth Game Supper is a major fundraiser for the small town’s volunteer fire Ddepartment. It will be held at 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 23. The gourmet “all you can eat” menu includes Venison and Moose Sauerbraten, Game cornbread Chili, Secret marinated roasts of Venison, Moose, and Bear, Smoked Moose, more than 100 homemade pies and much more. Early birds are welcome. Takeouts are available. The cost is $15 for adults and $10 for children ages 6 to 12. Children under 6 years old are free admission. For more information, contact Marshall or Melody Squier at 235-2718.

ARC to host ‘Sibshop’ related to being a sibling of a child with special needs, in a supportive non-judgmental environment; and make new friends, learn new games, do crafts, share a meal, and have a lot of fun. Participants should dress comfortably. There is a cost of $5 per child and lunch is provided. Scholarships are available. For more information call ARC Rutland Area at 775-1370 or email arcrutlandarea@ Sibshops are a collaborative effort of Rutland Family Support Network volunteers, Vermont Family Network, ARC Rutland Area, Rutland Mental Health Services, VT I-Team

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Stepping out | FRI 11/1 | liBrary Book sales Friends

of Rutland Free Library announce book sales at the 10 Court Street library on the following times and dates: 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Friday, Nov. 1; 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2; and 4 to 8 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 20. Proceeds benefit the library and its activities. Call 802-773-1860 for more information.

ClassiCal Quartet The

Vermont Symphony Orchestra’s “Ah! Cappella” Vocal Quartet will sing at West Pawlet’s Mettawee Community School at 1:15 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1. These performances, part of a VSO statewide program, reached more than 30,000 children last year. For more information about this free program, call 802-645-9909 or 802-7794486.

tea Cup auCtion The Ladies

Aid Association of Wells United Methodist Church will sponsor a Tea Cup Auction on Friday, Nov. 1, with doors of the Annex Building of the Modern American Woodmen opening at 5:45 p.m. and the drawing held at 6:45 p.m. Door prizes will be called out after the tables of auction items are clear. Envelopes are $1 each and contain 10 tickets. For more information, call 802-325-3038.

fish fry American Legion Post 83, at 148 Main Street in Whitehall, continues to serve up its Friday Fish Fry each Friday from 4 to 6:30 p.m., with this Friday, Nov. 1, no exception. For information, call 499-2482.

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and awards presentation for winners of the sixth annual photography contest of Chaffee Art Center, called “Take the Streets,” will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1. Meanwhile, the photo exhibits remain on display from now through Nov. 16. For more information, call Chaffee Art Center, Rutland, at 802-775-0356.

panel dediCation At 5 p.m.

Friday, Nov. 1 an interpretive panel of Manchester Depot, depicting especially its Civil War role, will be dedicated in a short ceremony at the depot. The dedication will be enlivened by live Civil War-era music. For more information, visit

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friday Bingo Whitehall Elks

Lodge 1491 at 5 Elks Way will host Friday Night Bingo at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1, and each Friday thereafter with few exceptions. Featured will be a $500 jackpot special. For information, call 4991491.

iConographiC art The

Byzantine-inspired artwork of St. Luke’s Guild of Iconography will be displayed from 7 to 9 p.m. at Granville’s Slate Valley Museum on Friday, Nov. 1, as part of the First Friday series. Immigrants from Russia and Carpathia were influential in development of the slate valley. The guild’s iconographic art explores this religious and ethnic heritage. For more information, call 642-1417.

| SAT 11/2 | hope Baskets In-kind dona-

tions are being sought by Haynes House of Hope, a comfort care home, for its upcoming basket party on Saturday, Nov. 2. Caring for terminally ill individuals and their families, Haynes House of Hope relies entirely on community donations within Granville to cover operation costs. To share a skill or donate an item, contact Heidi Fisher at 642-1246 or email her at

spaghetti dinner The

Granville American Legion will be having a spaghetti dinner on Saturday, Nov. 2 from 4:0 to 7 p.m. The dinner plate consists of spaghetti, meat sauce, two meat balls, salad, Italian bread and more. The cost is $6 to eat in or $7 to takeout. For reservations or tickets call 518-642-0506 or 518642-1759.

Book sale A “Back-Room Book

Sale,” offering 25-cent paperbacks and $1 hardcovers, will be a held from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Nov. 2 at Pember Library, 33 West Main Street, Granville. The sale is sponsored by The Friends of Pember Library. For more information, call 6422132.

free hoCkey Northshire

Hockey Association will hold a free hockey day from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. at Riley Rink in Manchester on Saturday, Nov. 2 for boys and girls of all ages. Preregistration is required, so visit or contact Sharon Poddick at poddick@ For general information, call Karen Grabher at 802-3668218 or visit

farmers markets The

Rutland Downtown Farmers Market, located at 251 West Street, Rutland, will be held inside from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., starting Saturday, Nov. 2. Both the Fair Haven and Tuesday Farmers Markets will be closed for the winter season. For information on the Rutland Market, call 802-7537269.

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Journalist and Author Jim Sterba will discuss his book, “Nature Wars,” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 7 in the Gorge, Withey Hall at Green Mountain College.

Dentistry, of 89 North Street, will hold its first annual “Candy Buy Back” from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2, with all purchased candy sent to troops overseas. Office tours, door prizes and festive activities will also be offered. Admission is free. Call 642-2111 for more information.

monument unVeiling An

unveiling of a new monument in front of J.A. Barkley Hose Company Number 1 of Argyle, celebrating 100 years of service to the Argyle area, will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2 in front of the firehouse on State Route 40, with a short ceremony that offers light refreshments. Call Mark St. Jacques at 232-7687 for information.

Basket party The Middle

Granville Fire House will hold its first annual basket raffle from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2. The department asks for community members to donate baskets, gift cards and more. A $5 admission includes 20 tickets, with additional tickets at the door. For more information, call 232-7112.

turkey dinner A turkey dinner will be held from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2 at Hartford’s United Methodist Church at 47 County Route 23. A food and craft sale will also be held at the supper, which costs $9 for adults, $4 for children, 5 through 12 and children under 4, free. For more information, call Linda Holmes at 632-5387 or email llph5597@

historian speaks Historian

Lars Nielsen will lecture about the Colonial period in New England before and after the genocidal King Philip’s War from 3 to 5:15 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 2 at Equinox Village in Manchester Center, his lecture a presentation of Green Mountain Academy for Lifelong Learning. The two-part lecture costs $20. For more information, call 802-867-0111 or visit

roast pork dinner Pawlet

Community Church will serve a roast pork dinner on Saturday, Nov. 2, starting at 5 p.m. Cost of the dinner is $10 for adults, $6 for children age 12, and free for children under 5. For more information, call 802-325-3428 or 802-325-3073.

Jazz in Brandon BMR Jazz

Trio (Steve Bredice, saxophone and flute; Dave Mayette, bass and electric fretless; and Dan Romeo, keyboard) will perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2 at Brandon Music. For information about ticket cost, call 802-465-4071.

| SUN 11/3 | dollar skate BBA Varsity

Hockey will host a “Dollar Skate” at Riley Rink in Manchester from 1:45 to 3:45 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3, with the cost $2 for those 13 and older and $1 for those under 13. The event is sponsored by Spiral Press Café and Perfect Wife Restaurant. For more information, call 802-362-9944.

| MON 11/4 | family supper South Granville

Congregational Church will host a Family Night Supper at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 4 at the church. The public is welcome. Each should bring a dish to share. For more information, call 642-9510.

spaghetti raiser A spaghetti dinner to raise funds for Mettawee Community School’s sixth grade visit to Boston in Spring will be held Monday, Nov. 4 at Bernardo’s Restaurant in Granville, with seating at 5, 6:15 and 7 p.m. Tickets, $5 for eat-in and $6 for take-out, are available

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$ The host of the Price is Right, Drew Carey, is returning to his comic roots, during a performance at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 9, at the Paramount Theatre in Rutland. See details on page 9. at the school from 8 a.m. through 3 p.m. through Friday, Nov. 1. Call 802-645-9009 for more information.

| TUE 11/5| ChiCken and BisCuits The

Slate Valley Masonic Center will hold its 10th annual Election Day chicken and biscuit dinner on Tuesday, Nov. 5 from 4 to 6:30 p.m. The menu also includes mashed potatoes, green beans, squash, cabbage salad, homemade pies and a beverage, all for a $9 donation. Takeouts will be available; call 642-9115 on Tuesday.

senior Computers Teacher

Barb Young will offer “computers for seniors” at Pember Library on the following dates and times: 10 to 11:30 a.m. Wednesdays and Fridays, from Nov. 6 through Nov. 22. Pre-registration is a must. Class size is eight. To register or to get more information, call Pember Library in Granville at 642-2525.

eleCtion dinner Whitehall

Elks will serve an election day dinner of spaghetti and meatballs Tuesday, Nov. 5 from 4 to 6 p.m., with all proceeds benefiting children recipients of Operation Santa Claus. Baskets will be raffled. Call Carol Downs for information at 499-1750. Meanwhile, on Friday, Nov. 22, Operation Santa Claus will benefit from a $2 and $1 donation from Joe’s Pizza for each large and small pizza sold.

Beekeepers meet The fall

meeting of Southern Vermont Beekeepers Association will take place at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 5 at the Manchester and the Mountains Chamber of Commerce on Bonnet Street, Manchester. For more information, call 802-362-2080 or visit

| WED 11/6 | seniors Computerize Barb Young will teach “computer for seniors” at Pember Library, 33

West Main Street, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Wednesdays and Fridays from Nov. 6 through Nov. 22. Call the Granville library at 642-2425 to complete required pre-registration. Class size is limited to eight. For more information, visit

re-modeled ChurCh Artist

Gisele Zeitler will open her remodeled home, the former Mount Carmel Church, to members of the Slate Valley Garden Club at its Wednesday, Nov. 6 meeting. Members will carpool at 10:30 a.m. from the Slate Valley Masonic Center to the churchhome, and then return to the Masonic center for the club’s regular meeting, lunch and raffle. For more information, call 642-2629.

hate Crime play Can a hate

crime happen again in the same town? “The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later” examines that question at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday, Nov, 6, 7, 8 and 9 in Riley Center for the Arts in Burr and Burton Academy in Manchester. The play examines whether or not Laramie, Wyoming has changed since Mathew Shephard was brutally murdered ten years ago. Call 802-549-8176 for information.

news life “A Life in News” will

be the subject of a talk by Tom Ashbrook, host of NPR’s “On Point,” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 6 at Manchester’s First Congregational Church, as part of the Vermont Humanities Council’s First Wednesdays lecture series. For information, contact event host, Mark Skinner Library at 802-362-2607.

tony award winner

Vermont Actors’ Repertory Theatre of Rutland opens its 9th season with the Tony-award winning play, “Proof,” by David Auburn at the Paramount Brick Box Theatre on the following times and dates: 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 6, and from Thursday through Friday, Nov. 14 to 16; and 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14. “Proof” is a serious analysis of the effects of mental illness on a family. Call 802-775-0903 to reserve tickets.


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nature wars Journalist and

Author Jim Sterba will discuss his book, “Nature Wars,” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 7 in the Gorge, Withey Hall at Green Mountain College. The book examines how “nature” arrives to Americans via their televisions, while animal protection programs have actually caused rather than cured problems. For more information, call 802-287-8926 or email coburnk@


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| FRI 11/8 | Brandon artists The

Brandon Artists Guild will display fine arts and crafts from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8, with the art and craftwork remaining on display through January 28, 2014. Located at 7 Center Street, the Guild Gallery is open each day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 802247-4956 or visit

pro rodeo Top cowboys and

cowgirls will compete at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Nov. 8 and 9 at the Adirondack Stampede Charity Rodeo in Glens Falls Civic Center. The PRCA rodeo opens its doors each night at 6 p.m. Admission is $15 for adults and $9 for children. To purchase, call the Civic Center Box Office at 518-798-0202 or go to www.

mystery readers The new

classic Mystery Reading Group, which meets the second Friday of each month, will meet from 2 to 2:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8 in the conference room at Northshire Bookstore in Manchester. For information, call 802-362-2200 or email

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FH Grade School announces honor roll Fair Haven Union Grade School has announced its list of honor roll students for the first marking period. The students are:

Grade 6 High Honors: Raegan Carvey, Brooke Eddy, Janelle Kitchin Honors: Emily Belden, Madison Belden, Elizabeth Camara, Margaret Carboy, Kylee Eastman, Lindsey Frederick, Alyssa Severance, Haley Wyman

Grade 7 High Honors: Sarah Ezzo, Shantel Gregory, Quinlan Kipphut, Hunter Muzzy, Aaron Szabo Honors: Kassidy Book,

Taylor Cormia, Kailee Hewitt, Fatima Hussnane, Allison McIntyre, Veronica Moniz, Skyler Murray, Sydney Rathbun, Skylar Robert, Logan Shaddock, Alycin Smith, Hunter Traverse, Christopher Wentzel, Joshua Wood Merit: Evan Williams

Grade 8 High Honors: Olivia Bowen, Tyler Buckley, Adriana Dalto, Drew Eddy, Paige Langlois, Alexis Valdez Honors: Jacob Apjohn, Michael Doner, Corey Dumas, Brooke Lussier, Lori Pettis, Gable Shaddock, Taryn VanGuilder Merit: Lauralynn Doty

Castleton announces honor roll Castleton Village School has announced its list of honor roll students for the first marking period. The students are:

Grade 6 High Honors: Benjamin Boggio, Cael Christian and Trevor MacKay Honors: Noah Beis, Anna Breslen, Taylor Coloutti, Elizabeth Haggerty, Malik Hendrickson, Jordyn Howard, Chea Marie Ko, Emma Lafaso, Anita Medrano, Thomas Senecal, Troy Senecal, Gregory Shaw, Jacquelyn Spafford, Laura Lynn Springer, Yvonne Swinington, Michael Thayer, Irina Trombley and MaKayla Woodbury Merit: Lydia Aust, Austin Bruno, Theresa Culpo, Jakob Goetz and Todd Sumner

Grade 7 High Honors: Patrick Finnegan, Alyssa Hanselman, Cassidy Lanfear and Riley Taylor Honors: Austin Beayon,

Cameron Coloutti, Kerry May Crossman, Brooke Galvin, Kaleb Harvey, Amy Howard, Kelsey Lafaso, Ryley McClure, Parker Morse, Tessa Nakamura and Hayden Sheldrick Merit: Tara Fenton, Andrew Ferrara, Jacob Grenier, Rachele Riecker, Elizer Rosario, Gage Slater, Jesse Tucker, Emily VanBuren and Dillon Wang

Grade 8 High Honors: Josephine Barber, Nathan Bathalon, Jessica Brewster, Halle Coloutti, Devon Spaulding and Noah Tyson Honors: Alex Blackwood, Hannah Czachor, Estelle Kearns, Ryan Mahoney, Madeline Morse, Jacob Muratorri, Joseph Nakamura, Seth Park, Cassandra Pelkey and Jacob Turner Merit: Aaron Bailey, Hannah Bonvouloir, Zachary Cole, Derek Eagan, Joseph Ouimet, Gavin Schillinger, Jessika Scott, Olivia Starer, Izell Stiles, Oshen Stone, Domonique Thorne

Turkey Trot to benefit FH Concerned The Fair Haven Union High School Class of 2014 will host the 5K Turkey Trot on Nov. 23 at the high school. Proceeds will benefit Fair Haven Area Concerned and the Class of 2014. Runners who bring a nonperishable food item can regis-

ter for $15. The cost without a food item is $20. Completed entry forms can be dropped off at the office or mailed to Fair Haven Union High School “5K Turkey Trot,” 33 Mechanic Street, Fair Haven, Vt. 05764, Attn: Benjamin Worthing.

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Grade kindergarten through six students and faculty covered the National Geographic giant map of South America during their all-school meeting on Oct. 22.

Giant map visits Mettawee It took a map as big as a room to teach students in West Pawlet about South America last week. The Mettawee Community School was able to have the National Geographic giant map of South America for two days. The map was spread out across almost half of the multipurpose room. According to MCS Principal Brooke DeBonis, each classroom teacher was able to lead students through an exploration of the map during half hour time slots. Students in preschool through sixth grade were able to walk in socks on the map while discovering and discussing the geography of this interesting continent. “I was so excited last spring when Mrs. DeBonis began planning to bring another National Geographic giant map to Mettawee. She worked with Mary Cassarino of the Vermont Geography Alliance to bring the map to our school,” said Mark Rampone, a third grade teacher at Mettawee.

Rampone explained that the giant maps travel around the country, “and the tag from the last school said Illinois.” The map was flown from Illinois to New York and then arrived by delivery truck from the Albany Airport. Rampone said he wanted to remove the map from the large black plastic culvert but had to wait for about a half hour because to get the multi-purpose room swept and mopped first. “Then the two of us unrolled it,” Rampone said, “The giant map of South America is approximately 28 feet by 35 feet. It had an additional map to show the portion just west of the Equator and the Galapagos Islands. We were fortunate to have the map for the next two days.” During the two-day exploration of the map, a large treasure chest-like crate of activities accompanied the map. Rampone explained that the

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activities included cards, colored cones, chains and more to help the students learn about the continent south of the United States. Activities ranged from Simon Says and basic orienteering, to latitude and longitude lessons, to very specific details. “I liked the giant map of South America because with a big version and walking on it, I was able to find cities that I had only heard of and other parts of the continent up close. We’re studying the Amazon Rain Forest, and now I really know where it is,” said Harlow Quail, one of Rampone’s thirdgrade students. “Students now know where Tera Del Fuego, Lake Titicaca and Angel Falls are. The map was of special interest to all third graders since they are just completing a unit on the Amazon Rainforest. A great time was had by all,” Rampone said.

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W. Pawlet fire dept. to host ‘Turkey Raffle’ The annual West Pawlet Volunteer Fire Department Turkey Raffle is coming up Friday, Nov. 22, at 7 p.m. at the West Pawlet firehouse. The department invites area community members to attend and learn how to purchase a playing card to participate. Playing cards are 50 cents each or 3 cards for $1. The cards will enable 27 lucky winners to each win a turkey with a bag of potatoes. “Take a chance – come join the fun,” organizers said. All are welcome and encour-

aged to attend. There will be free refreshments, including coffee, donuts, soda and water available. Additionally, tickets are currently on sale by the fire department for four grand prizes, which are being raffled by the department. These include: First, a Remington Model 7600 Pump Rifle, or $400 cash; second, binoculars; third, $100 cash and fourth, a turkey meal with fixins. Raffle tickets for the grand prizes are $1 each and 8 for $5. Participants are encouraged to

get their tickets soon for a chance to win. Winners will be announced at the Turkey Raffle event, and they need not be present to win. Ticket proceeds are for support of the fire department’s equipment and training needs. The West Pawlet Volunteer Fire Department is a designated non-profit with I.R.S. Taxdeductible donations are greatly appreciated. New members are always welcome. For more information call Ron Taylor, Jr. at 645-0003 or 683-8988.


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Rev. Adam Krempa When I first met him he reminded me of a top sergeant from the WWII movies like we used to watch in the 1950s. With his frequent visits to the hardware store more and more I got to know him a little better and I found him to be a decent guy with a pretty good sense of humor. Was he opinionated? Sure, as opinionated as a catholic priest.

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Was he set in his ways? Yeah, just like most people who grew up in the 1940s and 1950s. Now if you did not take the time to get to know him, that is your loss, because you are stuck with that ole sergeant—an Aldo Ray, Ernie Borgnine or Telly Savalas. Good job Adam. Go and settle up with your maker.

Students to serve veterans free dinner Students at Castleton Village School will show their appreciation to area Veterans by serving a spaghetti dinner. All veterans are invited to the 12th annual spaghetti din-

ner on Friday, Nov. 8, from 5 to 7 p.m., at the Castleton American Legion Post 50. The dinner will be provided free of charge to all veterans and their families.


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BROC’s Good Cents Store Basket Raffle Fundraiser was a Success! The Raffle was held at the Castleton American Legion on Saturday Oct. 19, 2013. A special thank you to Bobbie Blaise, Supervisor of the Good Cents Store, Amanda Richardson, worker from the Good Cents Store, Sherrie Pomainville from Outreach, David Batease from Weatherization, and the volunteer troups that Sherrie and Beedie Bowen brought in. At the Raffle we hosted a little entertainment contest, A Dog & Owner Halloween Costume Contest. Thank you to our Fantastic Judges, Clair Obrien from Castleton Pet Supply (Donated 1st Prize of Bag of Dog Food per month for 6 Months.) Jill Mullholland Owner of Happy Paws Day Care (Donated 2nd Prize of a 5 Day Pass of Dog Care.) Pricilla Hughes, Simply Said Artist, (Donated 3rd Prize a Painted Sap Bucket filled with dog treats.) Dr. Heather Christian of Rutland Vet Clinic on Castleton Corners, Runner up prize (Donated a $25 Gift Certificate for the Vet Clinic.) Best Costume: Bailey the Tiger Dog owner, Chelsea Murray; Most Original: Marely the Harley Dog, owner, Bill Higgins; Most Creative: Hollis the Princess Poodle, owner,

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Susan Rantanen; Runners Up: Tammy & Stella Arruda as Clark Kent & Louise Lane & their two dogs were dressed as Superman and Superwoman, & Jaylena Haley & her dog Chloe. During the Basket Raffle the three top items that everyone hoped to win the most, were a Keurig Coffee Maker w/Coffee donated by the Good Cents Store, Bucket Loaded with tools, donated by Weatherization Department, Victorian Doll House w/ Contents, built and donated by Connie Batease, Vermont Country Home Doll House, Donated by Darlene Gregory and designed by Connie Batease. Sending out appreciation to the folks from BROC that donated baskets and items, such a show of Team Effort is heartwarming. The winner of the BROC Department Basket Donation Competition, is Outreach, they produced an awesome Halloween themed basket, that was filled with treats and even lit up! Good Job folks The winner of the Weatherization Tool Bucket fully loaded, who wishes to remain anonymous donated it back to BROC for a Raffle that will be up and coming soon!

What a Christmas Present this would make, so be sure to get on buying tickets for this item! If you would like to buy a ticket please call BROC at 802-7750878 ask for Pam Shambo. We raised a fair amount of money considering there just happened to be two or three other Basket Raffles running on the same day in the general area. In all, we had a fun and successful Fundraiser! Thank you to everyone who donated baskets, items, gift certificates, cash cards, tickets, etc. Gilmore Home Center, Roots & Wings Academy, Pruniers Market, Fair Haven Auto, Carl Durfee’s Store, Stewarts of Fair Haven, Interior Connections, Rutland Pharmacy, Rutland Restraunt, Bowlerama, Salt Water Cowboy, Fair Haven Fitness, Aubuchon Hardware of Fair Haven, Sam’s U-Save Fuels, Shaws of Fair Haven, Tops, Hannaford, Price Chopper, Walmart all of Rutland, Mary Kay (Jen Larson), DSK Concepts Glass by Daniel Batease, Simply Said, by Priscilla Hughes, Pittsford Vol Fire Dept, Wallingford Vol Fire Dept, and Sweet Treats of Rutland.

Connie Batease, Raffle Organizer

Fire Co. to host Genealogy seminar offered basket raffle The Fair Haven Historical Society will host a special event next month aimed at providing people the skills to climb their family tree. A genealogy seminar will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 17, at the Fair Haven Grade School Learning Center. The beginner level class will teach the fundamentals of genealogy, from local records to websites, with a focus on local research.

The Middle Granville Fire House will hold its first annual basket raffle on Saturday, Nov. 2, from 2 to 5 p.m. The department is asking for members of the community to donate baskets, gift cards and more. There will be a $5 admission, which includes 20 tickets, and additionally tickets will be addressed at the door. For more information or to donate call 518-232-7112.

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Transporting food from Lake Champlain to NYC By Derek Liebig A freight ship carrying 15 tons of cargo plied the waters of Lake Champlain last month, following trade routes once used by fur traders and colonists in the Champlain Valley. The Ceres, a flat bottom sailing barge named for the Roman goddess of agriculture, was docked at the Whitehall , N.Y. Marina for three days last month as crew members traveled 330 miles journey from Ferrisburgh to New York City. Inside the ship’s stores was 30,000 pounds of non-perishable food—collected from 30 farmers in the Champlain Valley—destined to be sold at waterside markets at the South Street Seaport in New York City. The journey is part of the Vermont Sail Freight Project, an eco-friendly transportation company that delivers sustainably farmed products to families and retailers along the Champlain-Hudson waterway. “It’s not only supposed to be a way for farmers to make money, but a statement about

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Jordan Finkelstein and Brian Goblik relax last month aboard the Ceres, a sailing barge that is connecting Champlain Valley-farmers with New York City consumers. traditional freight,” Jordan Finkelstein, a 23-year old recent college graduate and first mate said. “We want to make people think, why transport using a truck traveling 60 mph when you can use carbon friendly transport to move food that is still good two weeks later,” Brian Goblik, the ship’s carpenter and coordinator of logistics said. Conceived by Vermont farmer Erik Andrus, the venture is one of only two sail-powered delivery systems in the country. Because the ships contents are non-perishable, speedy

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transport is less important. The cargo includes potatoes, apples, garlic, dried beans, rice, dried herbs, maple syrup, honey, squash, flours, jams, jellies, and an assortment of canned and pickled goods which don’t require refrigeration and are easily packed in the boat’s hold. The 39-foot long, 10-foot wide ship was built over the course of several months this spring. Modeled on the traditional Thames Sailing Barge, the ship is a combination of the traditional and the modern. The boat’s flat bottom hull is made from plywood but many of the elements above deck were built

using more traditional materials and methods. The sail was hand-sewn, the rigging handmade and the masts were hand carved from spruce and cedar trees sourced from Andrus’ property. The boat’s rig also has a heavy “spirit” that serves as a crane for handling cargo and can be folded down to allow passage under bridges. Despite the ship’s traditional appearance, the project utilizes modern technology. Around ten percent of the ship’s produce was pre-ordered through an online website and the ship has a portable solar charger so crew members can utilize social media and update

blogs along the trip. “It’s a melding of the old and the new,” Finkelstein said. The ship left Shoreham on Oct. 5 and made more than a dozen stops during its twoweek voyage where it participated in a series of events in New York. Upon arrival, the produce, that had been preordered, was delivered to customers via rickshaws, further minimizing the trip’s carbon footprint. The ship is currently on its way back to Vermont, following the same route but in reverse. The project’s cost is estimated at approximately $40,000 and nearly 2,000 volunteer hours. “It took an amazing amount of volunteer effort. There are a lot of moving parts,” Finkelstein said. Although the project has received support from several non-profit organizations, Finkelstein said it is not a publicity stunt and is meant to be a money-making venture. He said he envisions a fleet of regional ships—one on Lake Champlain, another on the Hudson River and perhaps a third on Erie Canal—delivering fresh produce to consumers throughout the Champlain Valley.

Guild seeks childrens’ comfort blankets The Maple Leaf Quilters of Rutland have announced a new initiative, the children’s Comfort Blanket project. Donations of new, homemade blankets are needed for children who are sick, traumatized or needy. Blankets may be quilted, knit, crocheted or made of fleece, and in sizes suitable

from infants to teens. “We want to wrap these children in warmth and love,” said Kathy Budd, chairperson of the project. “There are many, many children who need our help.” It is estimated that 350 to 450 blankets could be distributed over the next year.

Donations may be taken to any Guild meeting, or to dropoff sites at Viking Sewing Gallery at JoAnn Fabrics in Rutland. For more information about the Maple Leaf Quilters “Comfort Blankets” project, contact Budd at 438-5180.

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( 1 ) 1 0 RO U N D C L I P fo r Glock 40 caliber. Brand new. $25. 802-325-6001

7 DRAWER DESK black, very nice. $30. Call 518-7270036

CHINA English breakfast set, (2) 7-piece place settings. $99. 802-379-1855

HEALTH/SPORTS RIDER excellent shape. $40. Call 518-727-0036

MEDICINE CABINET with 4 lights, 3 mirror doors. $75 obo. 518-205-5059

OLD BAYONET with scabbard, around World War I. $30. 518-747-3558

(1) CRATE SPEAKER used very little. $40. 802-265-3696

E F FA N B E E D O L L 1 9 7 8 E.C., blonde hair, blue sleep eyes, 15”, ruffled outfit. $15. 518-692-9436

80-90 JEEP STARTER good shape. $30. Used. 518-5773782

C H I N A Fr e n c h L i m o g e s cups and saucers. $99. 802379-1855

HEAVY DUTY GRILL cover 53”. Still in box. $15. 518577-3782

MEN’S BELLEVILLE GORE tex boots. Brand new, size 9.5. $65. 845-642-2630

A M E R I C A N S TA N DA R D ELITE Whirpool model: EZ Heater-100. $99.99. 518692-7766

CHINA Set of silver overlaid stemware glasses. $99. 802-379-1855

H I G H TO P TA B L E w i t h chairs. $75. 518-507-6077

MEN’S BROWN LEATHER jacket. Size 46 excellent condition. $25. 518-642-3282 LMOM

O L D O L D G R A V E LY T R AC TO R wa l k b e h i n d . Needs care. $99. Call after 6pm 518-677-3566

(10) DVDS “comedy, horror, drama”, mint condition. Stock up for winters inside entertainment. All $15. 518681-9033 (2) 23x10.50-12 CARLISLE turfs4ever lawn tractor tires, used only 6 hours. $99. 518932-6199 (2) BACK PACK & for small dogs. Good condition. $30. 518-692-7766 (2) LOUNGE CHAIRS $50. 518-677-2414 (2) MIKES & STANDS 1 BABYBOOMR-ATTACH. $20. 802-265-3696 (2) P185/75 R14 GOODYEAR assurance tire on civic rims, 1/2 tread left. Asking $75. 518-932-6199 (2) WOODEN LADDERS 4’ & 6’. Old but useful. $5. 518632-9634

ANTIQUE DESK probable wall. $99. 802-884-8107 ANTIQUE PICNIC BASKET circa 1940’s, good condition. $10. 518-695-5609 ANTIQUE WALNUT DOUBLE BED with mattress and boxspring. Very nice piece of furniture. $99. 518-677-5952 APPLE IMAC 171in all in one. 1GB 160GB HD OSX 10.3.6, works good. $99.99. 802-345-7271 APPLE PEELER CORER slicer by Pampered Chef. $15. 518-642-9276 ARMS REACH COCOON BASSINET excellent condition. $50. 802-645-1996

CHINA Wedgewood blue & white tea set. $99. 802-3791855

ELECTRIC MOTOR 5HP three phace $85. 518-6928125

CIVIL WAR COIN Bull Run half dollar. $20. 518-4992348

ELITE ABS LOUNGE new. $40. Call 518-727-0036

COLEMAN POWER WA S H E R 2 4 0 0 , w o r k s good. $99. 802-265-4118 COMFORTER QUEEN SIZE bu r g u n d y s t a r bu r s t w i t h shams, new. $30. 518-6865361 COMPUTER MONITOR 19” screen, HP, desktop, not flat panel, used. $15 cash only. 802-236-9941

( 3 ) A L U M I N U M S TO R M windows. 51 7/8L x 31 7/8W. $15. 518-642-1585

ATV PLOW 5ft. used less than 12 times. $99. Walt @ 802-235-3700

(3) VHS CAMCORDERS rca, ge, panasonic and accessories. $25. 518-6388627

BABY LADY BUG Hallowe e n c o s t u m e. B o o t i e s, body, head piece. Size 1-2. Excellent condition. $5. 518692-2325

CROSS COUNTRY SKIS fischer skis with boots & poles (size 7 ladies), great condition. $40 obo. 518-3011200

BASEBALL CARD SETS 1989 Fleer, 1991 Donruss, 1992 Donruss. New condition. $40. 518-587-0836

DANBURY MINT SCULPTURE of the Pentagon. Never displayed. $75 obo. 518282-9972

BEARS Bag full Tys brass buttons $20 for all obo. 518747-0395

DANBURY MINT SCULPTURE of lighted Statue of Liberty. Never displayed. $90 obo. 518-282-9972

(4) 195/65R15 STUDDED snow tires. $95. 802-3759498 (4) 5 LUG RIMS heave duty w/ large heavy duty tires. Off road use. $99. 518-499-0918 (6) NINTENDO DS GAMES mint condition. Perfect gift for any child. All for $40. 518681-9033 (6) WOOD CHISELS with wood handles 1/4” to 1 1/2”. $25 for all. 518-747-3558 ( 8 ) A L U M I N U M S TO R M WINDOWS 31 1/8W x 51 7/ 8L. $40. 518-642-1585 1 PA I R M A S T E R C R A F T Snow tires 225-70F16. Like new $99.99. 518-306-6365 19” SYLVANIA TV with remote, old but very good condition. $10. 518-695-5609 2 PAIR 63” LONG thermal back drapes. Gold, great condition. $20. Cambridge, NY 518-538-6748 2 TIRES 235-70-16. $75. 518-469-3048 2 TIRES 235-70-16. $40. 518-469-3048 2 0 0 2 V W G T I S TA RT E R Brand new, paid $80+s/h. Asking $65 obo. Leave message 518-638-8916

BED FRAME FOR SINGLE on casters, very good condition. $20. 518-695-5609 BIKE HITCH SHUTTLE holds 2 bikes, Rhode Gear. $25. 518-677-8684

DANBURY MINT SCULPTURE of lighted Empire State building. Never displayed. $90 obo. 518-2829972

BIKE RACK holds 2 bikes. Mounts of back of car. $10. 518-677-3660

DANBURY MINT SCULPTURE of the Twin Towers. Never displayed. $90 obo. 518-282-9972

BRAIDED RUG hand made 100% wool, 28”x57” shades of blue, brown, tan & green. $35. 518-692-9436

DINING ROOM TABLE solid wood 44”x60”, plus one 17” leaf. Queen Anne style. $45. 518-692-1285

BUFFALO BILLS WINTER jacket. Like new. $30. 2XL. 518-638-8705 BULLET FOOD PROCESSOR (like a blender) & 4 extra jars. $15. 518-692-7766 CAMCORDER HD Everio GZ-HM30RU, charger, battery, AV cable, camera bag, orig packaging. $99. 518791-3904 CAR SKI RACK 4’, Barrecrafters, adjustable. $10. 518-677-8684 CHANGING TABLE dar k wood, includes changing pad. $35. 518-854-7296

215/65R15 DAYTON LE all season tires (2). Paid $220. 50 miles. One on Dodge caravan rim. $99. 518-791-3904

C H I L D ’ S BAT T E RY O P ERATED car. Needs charger. $50 obo. 802-325-6001

25” TV from estate. Like new. $35. 518-677-2414

CHILDREN ARTS & CRAFTS materials. $20 for them all. 802-265-4792

3FT WHITE MINI FRIDGE like new, used one summer. $85/negotiable. Leave message 518-638-8916

C H I M N E Y G UA R D n ew. $15. 518-642-1990

ELECTRIC HEATERS Singer wall mount, 1500 watt, 16” wide x 21” high, $60 for two. 518-677-2766

CIVIL WAR COIN Stonewall Jackson. $20. 518-499-2348

COSCO INTO THE WOODS t rave l s y s t e m w i t h ex t ra base. Bought 2012 books included. $75. 802-645-1996

(35) PLUS DVDS “Old tv shows”. Mint condition. All for $30. 518-681-9033

E L E C T R I C F O OT BAT H use with hot water. $10. Works great. Cambridge, NY 518-538-6748

D I RT D E V I L E L E C T R I C BROOM vac. Great for pet hairs, good condition. $10. 518-677-3660 after 5pm DOG PEN chain-link with gate. 10’x16’. Sets on ground. $75. 518-753-7865 DORM/CAMP REFRIGERATOR 19”x18”x20”, good condition, works fine. $25. 802-287-2035 DOUBLE KITCHEN SINK stainless steal w/faucet and sprayer. $99.99 obo. 518205-5059 DRESS beautiful pink strapless gown. Size 18 w/tags. Bought in Albany, NY. $35 obo. Text/call 802-779-4953 DUNLOP SP40 ALL-SEASON Tire P205/65R15 new never used. $25 obo. Call 518-499-0621 E D D I E BAU E R S H E E P SKIN lined women’s leather boots, size 10, excellent condition. $35. 845-642-2630

H O O V E R S T E A M VA C wide path. Needs some repair. $65 obo. Call 518-2426811 HP PHOTOSMART 2610 printer/fax/scan/copier in one. $40. 845-642-2630

ELVIS BUST good condition. $30. 518-686-5361

HUNTER CAREFREE HUMIDIFIER plus evaporative humidifier. Used once. $99. Call 518-242-6811

EVENFLO EXERSAUCER primar y colors. $10. 518854-7296

HUNTING COAT red plaid, hardly ever worn, size Medium. $20. 518-642-3351

EVERYONES HERO kids movie about Babe Ruth’s bat. Good condition, used dvd. $5. 518-632-5207 EXERCISE BIKE works great, arms move. $20. 518642-9866 EXERCISE BIKE w/ high back. Like new. $40. 518686-5361 EZ UP 10X10 canopy frame, good condition. $25. 802287-2035 FITNESS GEAR WEIGHT bench, hight adjusting. Used twice. Comes with weight bar. $50. 518-642-9866 FITNESS GEAR MID w/fold up bench. Never used, must see. $99. 518-242-6811 F O L D I N G S TA I R S t h a t mount in the ceiling. Good condition. $35. 518-677-3779 FOLDING TABLE solid steel frame. Many uses. $10. Cambridge, NY 518-5386748 FORD RANGER alloy rims. Set of (4) w/good tires. 235/ 75/15. $99.99. 802-345-7271 FREEZER STAND UP style. 18 cubic ft, works great. $90. 518-469-3048 FULL SIZE HEADBOARD light color. $25. Cambridge, NY 518-538-6748 GIRLS SIZE MEDIUM Levi Strauss & Co jean jacket. Good quality. $15. 518-6867905 leave message. GIRLS TODDLER 3T lavender snow suit jacket. $5. 518-686-7905 leave message. GIRLS TODDLER 2T lavender snow pants. $3. 518686-7905 leave message. GOLF CLUBS 16 piece set by Intech Factor xl. $75. 518642-9276 GOLF CLUBS with bag. Good condition. $25. 518695-5609 HARBOR BREEZE CEILING fan and light. Excellent condition, with remote. $60. 518-692-7766 HAY RACK wood, portable. 4’x4’x3’. $20. 518-677-8684 H B S M I T H H OT WAT E R boiler. No leaks, works good. $99.99. 518-692-7673 leave message.

I LOVE LUCY collectors columbia house vhs tapes. $99.99. 802-265-4792 ICE FISHING pop up shelter. Frabill HideOut 6Lx6Hx3W. $99.99. 802-345-7271 I N FA N T B O U N C Y S E AT very clean, barely used. Toy bar and vibrations. $10. 518854-7296 ITALIAN MADE TOMATO press, has motor, works well. Used once. $75. 518-6955533 JONSERED CHAIN SAW model 2138C, runs good. $99. 802-265-4118 KIRK DOUGLAS HAND SIGNED book, “My Stoke of Luck” COA $45. 518-5870836 KNEX BUILDING TOY $10. 802-265-4792 LADIES 18 SPEED bike. $40. 802-537-3175 LARGE CHILDREN’S KITCHEN set. $30. 518-5076077 LARGE INSIDE DOLL house, Little Tykes. $50. 518-507-6077 LEATHER JACKET ladies small with zipper and belt. Like new. $50. 518-642-9276 LIGHT WOOD FULL size crib with mattress. $50. 518692-7673 leave message. LINCOLN 225 A/C welder. $99. 802-446-2117 MAGIC CHEF counter top ice maker. Like new. $90. 802-265-3648 MAHOGANY DROP LEAF TABLE with drawer. $99. 802-884-8107 MAHOGANY HOPE CHEST $99. 802-884-8107 MAHOGANY SIDE/END TABLE with drawer(s). $50. 802-884-8107 MAN’S REVERSIBLE HUNTING VEST never worn. $10. 802-265-8650 MASK porcelain, decorative (6) male and female. $16. 518-642-1990 M A S O N JA R C H A N D E LIER 3 jar chandelier, purchased @, does not go w/ kitchen. $75. 802278-8017

OLD TRUNK very good condition. $40. Call 518-7270036

MEN’S JACKET blk w/blk & gray leather sleeves, Labatt emblem. Size XL. Excellent condition. $25. 518-642-3282

OLDER CRAFTSMAN 10” PEDESTAL saw. 1 hp motor with accessories. $99. 518747-3558

MEN’S RHYNO MOTORC Y C L E j a cke t . Pa d d e d , black/red, Large. Used very little. $40. 518-638-8705

O U T D O O R TA B L E & CHAIRS white vinyl, table has removable legs, chairs stack. $40. 518-695-5533

MICKEY MOUSE 33 1/2 inches tall, lighted, plastic Christmas decoration. $25. 802-362-1169

OUTSIDE PINK CHILDRENS cottage playhouse. $50. 518-507-6077

MICROWAVE HOOD COMBO 30x16, GE Spacemaker, white, turntable and shelf options. $75. 518-686-9910 MICROWAVE OVEN Frigidaire 7 cu ft, 700 watts, black. Like new, includes manual. $49.95. 518-6773284

PA I L O F M U S K R AT TRAPS $60 obo. 802-2879456 PAIR OF GLIDER ROCKERS with green cushions. Have to go. $10. Leave message 802-468-5652 PAPER BACK WESTERNS 25 for $5. 802-287-9456

MINNIE MOUSE TODDLER 4 wheeler, pink. Only used a few times. Great condition. $30. Text/call 802-779-4953

P E D E S TA L S I N K l a r g e, white with polished chrome widespread faucet. $50. 518686-9910

MISS CONGENIALITY 2 and Ar med and Fabulous dvds. Used, good condition. $5. 518-632-5207

PFALTZGRAFF FOLK ART 2qt pitcher. $25. 518-7911786

MORA HAND ICE AUGER 7-in. $20 obo. 802-287-9456

PFALTZGRAFF FOLK ART QT casserole w/cover. $30. 518-791-1786

MOTOROLA CABLE MODEM used. $5.00. 518-6325207

PFALTZGRAFF FOLK ART 12 cups and saucers. $20. 802-362-1169

NASCAR COLLECTABLES 2 Dale Jarred cars. Both $99 obo. 518-747-0395

P H I L I P S DV D P L AY E R Used. No remote, good condition. $10.00. 518-632-5207

NASCAR COLLECTABLE CARS 1 Rudd, 1 Stewar t. Both $99 obo. 518-747-0395

P L U S S TA RT BAT T E RY charger, heavy duty. $75. 802-265-4118

NEW 8 3/4” BLACK and stainless steel mens bracelet. $30. 518-944-8805

P R E - PA S T E D WA L L PA PER 4 double rolls, floral. Can email pic. $10. Leave message 802-468-5652

NEW IN BOX Sunbeam 7 piece, nonstick cookware set. $35. 802-867-0456 NEW IN BOX Proctor Silex 3qt crockpot. $15. 802-8670456 NIGHT STAND 2 draws excellent shape. $20 obo. 802265-4118 NINTENDO DS GAMES, 7 in total. Asking $35. 518-8121180 N O R D I C T R AC K AU D I O RIDER U300 exercise cycle. Like new. $99. 802-265-3648 OAK COMPUTER ENTERTA I N M E N T A r m o i r e 32x24x65, sliding shelf, cd holders, medium finish. $95. 518-686-9910 OAK STAND 25”x25”, 29” high. Excellent condition. $75.518-791-1786 OFFICE DESK good condition. $35. 518-677-2414 OLD 5 GAL. WATER jug. Small neck. $30. 518-7473558 OLD 6FT GRAVELY REEL mower, needs care. Call after 6pm 518-677-3566

PREMIER ELECTRIC CHICKEN FENCE 48”x100’ w/ electric charger & battery/ electric hookup. $99.99 518573-7002 PUMP ORGAN Story $ Clar k 1892 w/cer tificate. Needs right pedal clip, some TLC. Bottom only. $99. 518791-3904 RAIN JACKET GORETEX ladies small by The Nor th Face. Like new. $75. 518642-9276 REBA SEASON 1&2 DVD mint condition. All for $20. 518-681-9033 RECLINING LIFT CHAIR Great condition, small cat scratches, Coffee color $90. 518-686-1644 10am-9pm. RED WINGS DIRECTOR chair, good condition, collectable. $50. 518-695-5533 REESE GOOSENECK HITCH with rails. Asking $99. 518-677-8921 RIDING HELMET DIAL A size. Good condition. $25. 518-677-8921

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RO L L - AWAY B E D g o o d condition, must go. $10. Leave message 802-4685652

S M A L L W O O D S TOV E great for garage, camp, or shop. $99. Call 518-6861644 10am-9pm

TREE STAND 12ft climbing stick, like new. $35. 518-4214876

RUNNING BOARDS for an S-10 sized truck. 56.5” long x 7.5” wide step. Instructions & hardware included. $30. 802468-5652

SOFA BED would make a great addition to a house or camp, brown in color, good condition. $99. 802-265-3649

XTEND & CLIMB ALUMINUM telescoping ladder. New, extends to 8.5ft. Paid $140, Sell $90. 518-5870836

OUTSIDE WOOD FURN AC E B O I L E R M o d e l 1 4 5 WO, A q u a - T h e r m , 100,000 BTU, $2000. 518832-0165 or 518-642-2702

AFFORDABLE FIREWOOD By Gould’s. Dry & seasoned hardwood, boiler wood also available. HEAP vendor. 518-499-0307/518-8570279

SADDLE BAGS One over the horn and two clip on the saddle. All $15. 518-6778921 SALOMON PER FORMA 4.0 size 7.5 ski boots Blizzard epic 5 159 skis & poles w/Salomon s710 bindings ski & boot bag. $95. 802-2654792 SEA SHELL SHAPED SINK & toilet to match, color light bl. $99.99. 518-205-5059 SEARS CRAFTSMAN 9” buffer/polisher system no.910699. Minimal use, good condition. $15 cash only. 802-236-9941 SHARP ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER xe a-102. New in box. $45. 845-6422630

SOLID OAK BABY cradle includes mattress and bumpers. $99. 518-796-0638 SONY PSP-1001/98507. w/ charger, dock, USB cord, guides, Tony Hawk, Grand Theft Auto, orig box. $50. 518-791-3904 STAMPS MINT COLLECTION 100 US stamps. 3pks Commemorative, 28-14-15 stamps in pk. $60. 518-4992348 STAR WARS CLOTH R2 D2 1978 with tag by Kenner. Never played with #32100. $20. 802-362-1169 STEP LADDER 8FT Fiberglass $70. 518-469-3048 STEREO SYSTEM never used. Copies cassette and cd to cd, radio, turntable. $99.99. 518-642-8126

SIGTAC MEN’S CANVAS jacket. Like new. $40. 3XL. 518-638-8705

STUDENT COMPUTER DESK $25. 518-677-2414

SILVER PLATE salt & pepper shakers. $6. 518-6929436

SUEDE HALF CHAPS by Dublin. Good condition. $15. 518-677-8921

SIZE LARGE MEN’S faux leather jacket. New condition. $40. 518-944-8805

THE INSIDE STORY of the Boston Bruins 2011 Stanley Cup. $20. 802-537-3175

SKI BOOTS Dalbello, black, Mens 7/Womens 8.5. $15. 518-677-8684

T O D D L E R D I N O S AU R HALLOWEEN costume, realistic looking size 2-3 excellent condition. $10. 518692-2325

SKYLIGHT the frame measures 30.5”x55”. Has vent flap. Good condition. $45. 518-677-3779 SLATE FOR PAINTING or etching various shapes and sizes, 25 tiles for $20. 518642-3351

TODDLER GIRL “Disney Pr incess” snow boots & “Athletic” velcro sneakers Size 7. Like new. $20 both. 518-692-2325 TRAMPOLINE INDOORS to run on $20. 518-642-9866

TRUCK CAP 76” x 59”, sliding windows, grey. $30. 802446-2117 TRUCK CAP 69 1/2” x 80”, sliding windows, red. $80. 802-446-2117


TUB GRAB BAR clip on tub. $20. 518-642-1990

Articles For Sale

UNIVERSAL CHIMNEY CAP new. $20 obo. 802-2879456 UPRIGHT PIANO Ivers and Pond Co. Works well, you move. $99. 802-265-3649 USED SQUIRREL CAGE BLOWER with 1/3HP AO Smith motor opening is 12 1/ 4”x 13 1/2” in working condition. $99.99. 518-260-9933 USED TJERNLUND DRAFT inducer Model D-3 unit is in working condition. $75. 518-260-9933 VAC WET/DRY 8 gal. Hose missing. $20. 518-642-1990 VELVET ART Clown by Lee Myers, 24x36, $99. 518-4991098 VINTAGE MENS BLACK leather coat. 42R-1960s Angola Cabretta leather. $60. 518-587-0836 VIVITAR HD DIGITAL video camcorder. Built in microphone, 620HD, AV cable. 4x digital zoom. $45. 802-8670456 WINNIE THE POOH 33 1/2 inches tall lighted, plastic, Christmas decoration. $25. 802-362-1169 WORLD WAR II books $10. 802-537-3175 XBOX RACING WHEEL for the original Xbox. Still in box. $20. 802-265-3649

ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements A LT H O U G H M A N C H E S T E R N E W S PA PERS tries earnestly to check all Classified Advertising submitted for legitimacy and accuracy, we cannot be responsible for ads that may be misleading.

Exhibits & Shows HOLIDAY CRAFT SHOW and Open House. Nov. 1, 2, 3. 10am-5pm. Stella Rose B&B, 29 Cty Rt 23 (Main Street) Hartford, NY 12838. 14 vendors, selling quilts crocheted items, doll clothes, jewelry, Scentsy sheets, lotions, fleece items, knit hats & scarfs, hair accessories, etc.

Daycare LICENSED DAY CARE FT openings for ages 2-up, before & after school, meals & snacks incl. 518-538-4685

( 4 ) S T U D D E D S N OW TIRES Cooper WeatherMaster 205/65R15. Exc. condition. $200. 802-3624102 A S S O RT E D C A B I N E T S good cond., great for landlords or camps, first $400 take all/OBO. 518-638-8745 COAL FOR SALE Anthracite. Rice, Pea, Nut and Stove. cell 518-424-5663 or 518-642-9819 COLLECTABLE BASKETBALL CARDS lots of good cards, in boxes & albums, $150. 518-499-1098 DUTCH WEST WOOD STOVE heats 2500 sq ft, very good condition, asking $850. 802-287-9591 EDEN PURE INFRARED quartz portable heater, excellent condition, hardly used, asking $150. 518-4106771.

POOL TABLE Tavern size, slate bed, excellent condition. Includes dust cover, 9 ball & regular racks, five cues, coin slot and Billiards Rule book. Plus, overhead Budweiser light, $400/obo. 518-695-3651 SANTA COLLECTABLES Santa thru the decades, 8 for $125. 518-499-1098 TELESCOPE OF THE YEAR- Zhumell Z8 Deluxe 8” Dobsonian Reflector. List price $699. Assembled. Extras. $350. 518-791-3904 UTILITY TRAILER 4 X 6, tilt, new tires, w/rack. $350. 518-638-8391 UTILITY TRAILER 5x8, 2000 lb capacity, new lights, new spare wheel/tire, with rack, $650. 518-747-3812

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

ALL CUT SPLIT & DELIVERED Hardwood firewood. Dry & green wood now available, any length. 518-6421558 or 802-855-3974 FIREWOOD Cut, split and delivered. Seasoned $255/ cord. Green $195/cord. 802273-2527 FIREWOOD Cut, split and delivered. Seasoned $255/ cord. Green $195/cord. 802273-2527

Free FREE VARIOUS SIZE pieces of lumber. In attic and basement. Easy access. Take it away. 802-345-6526

Furniture ANTIQUE MAHOGANY DINING ROOM sideboard w/ 3 piece mirror backboard, nice condition, $110/obo. 518-854-3920 OAK LIVING ROOM furniture, four piece set, two end tables, coffee table, hexagon table, shelves and cabinets underneath, excellent condition, $225/obo. 518-8543920

ELLIPTICAL NORDIC WORK OUT machine, model CX990, like new, $300. 518499-1098 MYERS SNOW PLOW 4 way power, on old Dodge pick up, truck not running, $375. 802-273-3050 NASHUA WOOD STOVE with blower, 20” logs, asking $300. 518-584-7078

Call Classifieds (NOW!) at


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Manchester Newspapers’


Every Service For Every Purpose Taxidermy

Appliance Repair STAN’S APPLIANCE REPAIR. Refrigeration: Residential & Commercial Reconditioned Appliances & Parts 518-499-0019

Cleaning Services

Jeff’s Taxidermy Full Time Taxidermist • Mammals, Birds & Fish • Antlers Scoring Available • Jeff Wheeler 54 Meadowview Dr., Schaghticoke, NY 518-753-7663 QUALITY WORKMANSHIP

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

Call Patty for a free estimate

802-235-1064 Email:

Dumpster Rentals


B&D Container Rentals 10-15-20 Yard Roll-off Dumpster Rentals CLEANOUTS AVAILABLE


All Seasons

Excavator for Hire

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


GREENWICH-MOVING SALE 16 Lark St., lots of furn i t u r e, l o t s o f b a r g a i n s ! everything goes, Sat & Sun 9-4. 518-573-3554 POULTNEY Porch sale. 900 East Main Street. November 2 8am-2pm. Furniture, odds n ends, knick knacks, housewares, etc.

Guns & Ammo CRAGIN’S GUN SHOP BUY * SELL * TRADE 105 State St, Rutland, VT 802-773-9781 WORK 802-558-2300 CELL PRIVATE SALE rifles, shot guns, bows, black powder, scopes and accessor ies. Call for details 802-293-2341

Mowing & Brush Cutting of Ponds, Steep Hills Embankments & Roadsides

Musical Instruments


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

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


Brushcutting, LLC FULLY INSURED Easton NY • 518-692-9074


Snowplowing/Removal Sanding ENVIRONMENTAL

Septic* Standard & Engineered mound systems. Perk tests. Gravel Screened & Unscreened Topsoil, Mason Sand Arxx Systems & Foundations, Waterproofing


Lawn Care


• Professional Equipment and Results • Reasonable Rates • Fully Insured • Commercial/Residential


To place an ad, call


PREP COOK College dining service is seeking a Prep Cook to assist in daily meal preparation. Experience preferred. Must have a positive attitude & work ethic. Must be able to wor k a var ied schedule including Saturdays. Also accepting applications for dishwashers. Interested candidates may apply to Chartwells Dining Service , Green Mountain College, Poultney, VT EOE/M/F/D/V

Garage Sales ARLINGTON, VT Christmas tag sale. November 2 10am5pm. Rain or shine. All things Christmas. 2214 River Road off of 313 West.

Vinyl Siding


FULLER BRUSH DISTRIBUTORS NEEDED. Star t a home based business. Need people who can use extra money. Ser vice your own area. No Investment. 1-207363-6012, email:

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

ROLL TOP DESK 54”Wx23”Dx38”H, $250. 518-499-1098

With Rotary Brush Cutter With 22ft Reach

35 Yrs. Exp. Insured, Local Professional Contractor, Friendly Free Estimates


Tree Service


SENIORS: Don’t Need Your Life Insurance Any More? We Buy Life Insurance Policies!! Must Be 65+ With A M i n i mu m Po l i c y O f $250,000. (202)521-5061


call to advertise here!

Al LeMay

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

802-265-3766 or 518-265-3146


Dogs-Cats-Pets GERMAN SHEPHERD pupp i e s, E a s t G e r m a n l i n e. Blacks & sables. Shots & health certificate, 8 wks old, ready to go. 518-956-3517 or 518-692-9888 POMERANIAN PUPPIES CKC registered, first shots, 1 black female, 1 black male, $450. 802-287-2772

Employment Cambridge Valley Machining, Inc. State of Vermont

Vermont Veterans’ Home

28 Perry Lane, PO Box 160, Cambridge, New York 12816 e-mail:

RNs --- LPNs --- LNAs

Cambridge Valley Machining, Inc. is actively looking for qualified people to join our team. We have the following positions currently open:

The Vermont Veterans’ Home in Bennington, VT, currently has openings on evenings and nights for Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses and Licensed Nursing Assistants who desire to give the best possible care to our veterans and members. Step 1 hourly rate for a full-time RN $24.06; LPN $17.91; LNA $13.77.

CNC MACHINE OPERATORS (2nd & 3rd shift)

RN – Reference job posting #613098 LPN – Reference job posting #613088 LNA – Reference job posting #613175 For questions/information, please call Joyce Santacross at (802) 447-6535 or email: The State of Vermont offers an excellent total compensation package. To apply, you must use the online job application at For questions related to your application, please contact the Department of Human Resources, Recruitment Services at (855) 828-6700 (toll-free) or (800) 253-0191 (TTY/Relay Service). The State of Vermont is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Loads and unloads work pieces from production machinery. Utilizes power tools and hand tools to perform preparation or finishing work, utilizes gages and measuring devices to check product quality. Updates documentation for quality checks. Requirements: Qualified candidates will have experience in an industrial production environment. Experience operating CNC machining centers or lathes is desired but not required. Duties: jobrelated quality control, including: reading shop prints and using calipers, micrometers, and various measurement gauging. Other duties include material handling and lifting of up to 50 lbs. Applicants must have a H.S. diploma or GED equivalent.

OTHER OPEN POSITIONS: MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN MANUFACTURING ENGINEER CNC MACHINISTS MANUAL MACHINIST/TOOL & DIE MAKER CVM is an equal opportunity employer. EEO-D/V/F/M All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, creed, color, age, genetic disposition, religion or national origin

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REAL ESTATE Commercial Property SOUTH ARGYLE Office space or retail, $700/mth. 518-638-8950






MAINE. WOW! Hunters. 172 Acres of woodland. Accessible. Only $84,900. Financi n g . O n l y $ 3 , 0 0 0 . d ow n . Great hunting. Camp out or just invest. Low taxes. Owner 207-942-0058.

G R A N V I L L E V I L L AG E large 1bdrm, includes appliances and trash removal, $450/mth +security and references. 518-642-2820

HAMPTON, NY 2bdrm, 1 ba on private lot, $800/ mth, 1st mth, last & sec req. 3 mi west of FH, VT. Whitehall school district. 802-265-3766 or 518-2653146.

SALEM Small house, 1bdrm sleeping loft, energy efficient, storage shed. Ref & sec req. No pets. $500/mth +util. 518-692-9254 or 917716-5970.

I N S I D E S T O R AG E F o r Boats, Cars, RV’s. Gardenworks, 1055 Cty Rte 30, Salem NY,518-854-3250.

Mobile/Modular Homes SHASTA TRAVEL TRAILER (2) axel, great camp/storage, 32X12’ office trailer, $600 OBO. Whitehall, NY. 802-558-1797.

RENTALS Apartments GRANVILLE 1bdrm, suitable for 1, heat included. No smoking. No pets. $495/mth +security. 518-260-2596 G R A N V I L L E V I L L AG E 1bdrm incl heat and hot water, trash removal, $450/mth +sec & ref. 518-642-2820

P O U LT N E Y 2 b d r m , 1 s t floor, all utilities included, $950/mth. $500 deposit. No pets. 802-287-4283 WHITEHALL 2bdrm ground floor, $650/mo. incl heat & h o t wa t e r, wa s h e r / d r ye r hkup. OR 1bdrm w/ heat, hot water & elec, $425/mo. No pets, 1st mo +sec & ref. 518307-2174 WHITEHALL first floor, two bedroom, with heat, available now. Call 518-747-5853

POULTNEY 3bdrm, 2 bath, lg lot, $1050, 1 dog, 1 cat allowed. First, last & dep. Utilities extra. 518-282-9818 POULTNEY Country house, 1100 sq ft, 2bdrm, 2 ba, 2 porches, all new interior, well insulated, $950/mth, utilities not incl. 802-273-2347

WEST HEBRON Sm house suitable for two, references required, $600/mth, 1st mth plus sec. 518-232-8588

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

Vacation/ Recreational 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. Sleeps 8. $ 3 5 0 0 . E m a i l : for more information.

The Lakes Region FreePress • Week of October 28, 2013 • 19 Autos 03 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE 70K, V6, auto, GC, leather, new brakes, $8000 firm. 518-686-5019 1969 VW BEETLE rebuilt motor w/ less than 5,000 miles. Fully restored, yellow. Road ready, runs good, 4spd MT, beautiful car! Asking $9,000. 518-499-1743 1976 MONTE CARLO LANDAU Runs & looks great. Stored inside, mileage 64,514, $4,500. 518-6388788 1999 LINCOLN TOWNCAR 108K, clean, loaded, Kelley bl u e b o o k 4 1 0 0 . A s k i n g $3750/obo. 518-338-8698 2000 HONDA CRV many new par ts, runs good inspected, 280K, $1700. 802293-5210 2001 BLACK DODGE Dakota, 100,000 miles, good condition, $3500/obo. 518854-3841 or 518-791-8788 2001 VW BEETLE 1-owner, n e w t i r e s , p e r fo r m a n c e brakes, custom detailed, 5spd. $6500/obo. 518-8543820 2002 BUICK LESABRE 100k, good condition, drives great. Includes 4 good winter tires on rims. $3800. 802235-2189

2003 PT CRUISER 4DR, excellent condition, 5spd. New motor. Great on gas. Will consider trade-in. $1699. 518-642-3776 2005 PTCruiser Touring, sunroof, 5spd, many upgrades, minor rust, daily drive r, p a s s e d i n s p e c t i o n , $2990. 802-345-7312 2008 AUDI Q4 previous purchased maintenance package transferred with car. 43K, still under warranty, fully loaded, sunroof, $16,500/ obo. 802-235-2765 8 8 M E R C U RY C O U G A R V6, auto, rear wheel drive, good shape, on the road, 126K, $1400/obo. 518-2229446. NICE CONDITION! 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo, A/T, V-6, 120K, Clean! $4900/OBO 518-499-1538

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

Boats BOAT MOTOR TRAILER 40HP, runs good, $1200. 802-293-5210 PRINCECRAFT 12FT ROW BOAT comes with a Z trailer, 5HP Johnson motor & fuel tank, $750. 802-537-2332

2013 FORD TAURUS SEL V6, Full Power Equipment, Remote Start and more. Finished in Silver. Only 19,761 Miles.

518-854-7930 Monday-Friday 10AM-8PM Saturday 8AM-6PM Sunday 10AM-6PM 24 OLD CASTLE GREEN LN GRANVILLE, NY 12832


Farm Equipment

06 MONTANA 5TH WHEEL 29’, 2 slide outs, non-smoking, excellent condition. 802442-4505 or eve 802-4424717

1 4 6 6 I N T E R N AT I O N A L Good condition, fresh engine, new 20.8 X 38 rubber, $12,500/obo. 802-345-5617

2004 GMC SIERRA HD V8, ext cab, 4WD, 158K, white. Sharp & clean, well maintained. NADA appr. over $9,000, will take $7,995. 802-948-2051 after 6pm or 802-236-4576

2009 CLAAS ROUND BAILER 360 variant w/ processor. $26,000 OBO. 802345-5617

2005 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER blue, ox base plate, new tires, 68,900 mi. $9300. 518695-2088

INTERNATIONAL Full size antique tractor, all reconditioned, 12 volt, $3000. 802235-2137

TOYOTA TACOMA 4X4 Extra cab, 5 speed, new frame, springs, brake lines, etc. 104,000 miles, original owne r, g a r a g e d , n e w f r o n t b ra ke s, c a l i p e r s, r o t o r s, black, new emissions parts, head pipe, runs like new, tool box, bed liner, good tires, $13,500 firm. 518-686-5034

1984 JUBILEE CAMPER 8 cyl W/B, sleeps 6, 54,000 miles, good shape, $2000. 518-642-2163 FLAGSTAFF TENT CAMPE R t wo queen one t win, awning, screened room, extras. Excellent condition. $2,750. 802-645-0802 TRUCK CAMPER 2000 Lance Lite 845. Completely self contained, Very Clean, a must see!, $6,000. 802-6451925

Classic & Antiques 1985 RAM CHARGER 4X4 little surface rust, orig engine, brand new tires & rims, Runs great. $5500. 518-7474565 1 9 8 8 B U I C K R E AT TA Looks & r uns great, new tires, brakes, & tuneup, never run in the winter, asking $2490/obo. 802-273-2647

KIOTI CK20 TRACTOR diesel, 21HP, loader/back hoe, l i ke n ew, u s e d 4 2 0 h r s, $15,500. 802-770-2292

Four-Wheel Drive 07 TOYOTA TUNDRA 4.7 SR5, 75k. Double cab, always oil undercoated, solid, $15,500. 802-468-5805 1997 FORD F150 4X4 Lariat, bedliner, tonneau cover, ext cab. 140K miles. Nice cond, maroon, $3995. 802-3252615 2 0 0 1 C H E V Y T R AC K E R 4 d r, 5 s p d , 4 c y l , 1 2 7 K , 28MPG, tow alloys, inspected, $2495. 518-686-7076

Motorcycles 1990 HD FXRS 1300cc, new tires, $6000. 802-325-3127 1998 HONDA MAGNA 750 excellent condition, many extras, 6700 miles, garage kept, $2995. 802-265-4792 2004 KAWASAKI 750 VULCAN, new tires & battery, 14,300 miles, asking $1950/ obo.. 518-692-8519 2005 KAWASAKI Z750S blue sport bike, cruiser, 7500 miles, like new, $3500 OBO. 518-282-9972

2006 HARLEY DAVIDSON Ultra Classic, $12,000. 802770-2292

Tires, Parts, Accessories

HD 97 1200 DYNO air cleaner, big boar, pipes & mufflers, sissy bar, paint, etc. 6,400 miles, $6,500. 802265-8822

(4) 225/60/R17 Winterforce studded snow tires, used one season, $325. 802-3627083


Pickups, Trucks, Vans

1989 PACE ARROW motor home, Class A, 454 Chevy engine, needs some work, 89,000 miles, $2995. 802265-3635

ATV’s /Snowmobiles 03 YAMAHA SX600 Snowmobile, under 1900 miles, $1800/obo. 518-222-9446. 2006 ARCTIC CAT 570 614 miles, excellent condition, electric start, with reverse, $3500/obo. 802-325-6237 2008 KAWASAKI PRAIRIE 360 ATV, red, purchased in 09, used very little, w/plow, $5000. 518-686-9388 ATV-250CC 5 speed, low miles, $1000. 802-438-2910

1987 DODGE RAM 1 ton truck, great condition, standard 4spd floor shift, big V8 engine w/63,000 or iginal miles. Price Just Reduced. $4000. 518-638-9000 2010 FORD 250 CARGO VA N w h i t e , 1 4 k , p o w e r locks, windows, mirrors, A/ C, running boards, steel cargo divider, $18,700. 518-8543602 2011 GMC 2500 HD pickup w/8-1/2 ft snow plow (extreme Vee type 18,000 mi. Exc. cond. $28,000. Call 518-597-3787 leave msg 84 F250 2wd, 6 cylinder, standard, 6” suspension lift, 36” tires on rear, Virgina truck, no rust, $2500/obo. 518-222-9446. 94 RANGER regular cab, 2wd, V6, standard, Virgina truck, no rust, 185K, $2800/ obo. 518-222-9446.

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