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your all-new 2014 Fair Haven region community guidebook will be delivered to your home and business this Saturday. This year’s edition is bigger and better than ever, with 40 plus pages filled with everything you need to know about living in the Fair Haven region. Be looking for this keepsake edition and be sure to keep it handy throughout the year, right alongside your 2014 Lakes Region Community Phone Book.




FreePress Vol. 25, Issue 12


Friday, March 28, 2014

VSO coming to Benson The Benson Village School will host the Vermont Symphony Orchestra’s string trio “Fiddlesticks” on April 7 at 1 p.m. for the students of both the Benson and Orwell Village Schools. “The kids really enjoy seeing the musicians coming in and having fun playing music,” Benson Village School Music teacher Fran Broughton said. “They have multiple levels

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Maple Weekend You still have time to enjoy the region’s maple industry Vermont’s Maple Open House Weekend may have passed but New York’s will continue for a week longer. Locally, Maple Open Houses in Washington County, N.Y., will continue this weekend, as local maple producers invite area residents to tour their sugarhouses and see how maple syrup is made on March 29 and 30. “We’re inviting area families to come and experience first-hand the sights, smells and sounds of maple sugar-making,” said David Campbell, a Salem producer and president of the Upper Hudson Maple Producers Association. Signs will be placed along roadsides to direct motorists to the sugarhouses, which will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.

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Huntoon to host Stone Valley Painters group By Linda Ellingsworth

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Whether you’re a beginning painter or a seasoned veteran, the Stone Valley Painters extend an invitation to participate in their Open Studio, taking place every other Monday from 6 to 9 p.m. starting on March 31. The sessions will be held in the Stone Valley Arts Center in the Journal Press

Spring Home ‘14 The Lakes Region FreePress will publish its annual Spring Home edition the week of April 21. This special edition will focus on all aspects of home improvement and lawn and garden care. Businesses wanting to be included in Spring Home ‘14 should contact the FreePress today at 800354-4232.

Public notices / Pg. 2 Poultney transfer station permits, dog licenses due April 1 Middletown Springs School district to hold meeting Poultney School district to hold meeting.

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New Pastor at St. Frances Cabrini St. Frances Cabrini proudly announces its new Pastor, Fr. Antony Pittappilli. Fr. Antony has brought along his assistants, Fr. Michael Onyekwere and Fr. Denniskingsley Nwagwu. They are missionaries and members of the religious order,

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“Festival of Quilts” next weekend By Andrew Muse

One of the guest quilters is Joanne Shapp of North The Maple Leaf Quilters Pomfret, Vt. who is known will be holding their 27th nationally for her crop cirFestival of Quilts at cle quilts. She studies the Castleton State College’s mysterious Crop Circles, Glenbrook Gymnasium on found mostly in fields Saturday, April 5 and around England, and repliSunday, April 6. cates them into quilt pat“There will be over 200 terns. quilts on display, including They also feature quilts many different types and from a Maple Leaf Quilters Maple Leaf Quilters busy at work. sizes,” Maple Leaf Quilters Guild member at every fesMember Winnie LeVitre tival they put on. This said. “We have 11 different vendors, featured year’s quilter is Sidnie Audet of Chittenden, quilters, a raffle, and a quilt appraiser on See QUILTS, pg. 2 hand.”


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Tinmouth to host Contra Dance At contra dance with Dr. No and the Gadgets will be held next month in Tinmouth. The dance will be held from 8 to 11 p.m. on Friday, April 18, at the Tinmouth Commmunity Center. Amerlia Fontein and Guillaume Sparrow-Pepin will call the dance, Danny Noveck will perform on fiddle and Brendan Taaffe will play guitar. Organizers are offering a special “First-Timer” deal –if you have never been to a Tinmouth Contra Dance, the

cost is reduced to $5. First timers are asked to inform organizers at the gate it is their first time. Admission is $9, $7 for teens and free for children 12 and under. The dance takes place each month, generally on the third Friday of the month. Dancers should bring clean, non-marring shoes. Refreshments will be available. Call 235-2718 or 446-2928 for info or www.


and St. Paul’s in Orwell. St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church in West Pawlet is also changing their Mass schedule to 11a.m. on Sundays. This change will be in effect until next Labor Day. For additional information or to speak to Fr. Antony, please call (802) 265-3135.

Continued from front page the Society for Divine Vocations. Fr. Antony and his assistants also serve Our Lady of Seven Dolors in Fair Haven, St. John the Baptist in Castleton,

Benson Continued from front page of teaching from basics to advanced stuff, they also cover things the student have learned or are learning already.” The Fiddlesticks string trio consists of violin, cello, and viola but they also bring out a string bass which is referred to as ‘Godzilla’. “It’s great for the students,

Quilts Continued from front page Vt., who brings wide range of skills to the table and has very precise quilting techniques. “This is our first time at Castleton so it is a little bit of a different set up but we are working with it,” LeVitre said. “Last year we had about 600 to 700 people stop in; we are hoping for more this year.” There will be a raffle for a

that get to see something new,” Benson Village School Principal Kim Doty said. “It exposes them to music they probably are not accustomed too and it might spark interest for some of them to pursue music.” The Vermont Symphony Orchestra has had similar events all the way to back to its inception in 1934. “We travel all over the state to different schools performing

and teaching kids about the different instruments we use,” VSO Orchestra and Education Manager Eleanor Long said. “It’s our way of introducing the kids to different types of music like classical and getting them involved in it.” The performance is a free event and open to the public. “They bring variety, humor, and different styles of teaching,” Broughton said. “There is really something for everyone.”

queen-sized quilt that features batik fabric maple leaves, designed by guild member, Rosemary Anderson of Rutland. The Maple Leaf Quilters Guild is based out of Rutland but its 85 members are not only from Rutland but from all over the state including Brandon, Woodstock and Bennington. “We do a lot of quilting and community service,” LeVitre said. “We will give blankets to hospitals all over the state for children in need; we also strive to be educational by teaching

the art of quilting to anyone interested.” The festival of quilts will be open Saturday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. and on Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. It is $6 to get in for one day or $10 for both days, with children under 12 welcome free of charge. The show will also be handicapped accessible. For more information contact the guild via email at or online at

Huntoon Continued from front page Building in Poultney. Artist Peter Huntoon will serve as the facilitator of the group. “Enthusiasm is contagious – and productive,” said Huntoon. “As a long-time painter but still a perpetual student, I love to share that enthusiasm.” The sessions will have no formal instruction. “When you paint with others, you learn from each other,” he explained. “I like the idea of having an organic direction; I am a facilitator, and there as an equal.” Participants should bring

Peter Huntoon in his studio. their own gear and reference material. Although this is a free program, a donation of $5 per

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session is asked to help support Stone Valley Arts. “Painting is a solitary pursuit, but when you paint with others, it helps to know that others struggle with the same things,” said Huntoon. “It’s easier to embrace that struggle as a necessary part of your journey.” For more information about the Open Studio, call Peter Huntoon at 802-235-2328. The Stone Valley Arts Center is located on the third floor of the Journal Press Building, 188 Main St., Poultney.

Maple Continued from front page

POULTNEY TOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT WARNING 2014 DOG LICENSES ARE DUE BY APRIL 1ST AT POULTNEY TOWN CLERK’S OFFICE State law requires that dogs be registered every year by April 1st with the Town Clerk. Dog owners must bring a current rabies certification for registration. Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. & 1:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Fee: $8 Spayed or Neutered $12 Non-spayed or Non-neutered TOWN OFFICE WILL BE OPEN UNTIL 7PM ON TUESDAY, APRIL 1ST.

Special School District Meeting April 7, 2014 and April 8, 2014 The legal voters of the Poultney Town School District are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Poultney High School Library in said Town on Monday, April 7, 2014 at seven thirty o’clock in the evening to hold a public informational meeting on articles to be voted on by Australian ballot and; recess to the Poultney Firehouse on Tuesday, April 8, 2014 at ten o’clock in the morning at which time the polls will open and remain open until seven o’clock in the evening to vote on the following articles by Australian ballot:

Article 1: Shall the voters of the Poultney Town School

District appropriate $7,348,539.82 necessary for the support of its schools for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2015?

MIDDLETOWN SPRINGS TOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT WARNING Special School District Meeting—April 9 & 10, 2014 The legal voters of the Town School District of Middletown Springs, in the County of Rutland, State of Vermont, are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Middletown Springs Elementary School in said Town, on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. for the purpose of being provided information and to discuss the Article which will be voted Thursday, April 10, 2014. The informational meeting will be recessed until 7:00 a.m. the following day, April 10, 2014, to the Middletown Springs Firehouse Hall, at which time business of voting by Australian ballot and voting required by law to be by ballot will be transacted upon the following article: • Article 1: Shall the voters of the Middletown Springs Town School District authorize the school board to expend $2,289,728.34 which is the amount the school board has determined to be necessary for the 2014-2015 fiscal year? •

Article 2: To transact any other lawful business.

Polls open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 7:00 p.m. April 10, 2014.

Most sugarhouses will offer samples and demonstrations. And some will be serving pancake breakfasts as well. Participating sugarhouses in Washington County include Dry Brook Sugar House in Salem, Grottoli’s Maple in Middle Granville, Highland Maple Farm in Argyle, Mapleland Farms in Salem, Rathbun’s Sugar House in Whitehall, Sugar Mill Farm in Greenwich, and Wild Hill Maple in Salem. For more information, call 518-854-7386 or visit www.



All 2014 Transfer station permits will expire on March 31st. The fee remains at $15 per residence (household) for the first vehicle and $10 for each additional household vehicle. Available at the Town Office Mon-Fri 8AM-4PM TOWN OFFICE WILL BE OPEN UNTIL 7PM ON TUESDAY, APRIL 1ST.

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PES to host celebration of the arts Poultney Elementary School will host two days of art events this weekend. The Rutland Southwest Supervisory Arts Alliance Celebration will be held from 5:30 to 8 p.m. on Friday, March 28 and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 29, at the school. The theme of this year’s event is “Dancing through the Decades.” Students’ art work will be on display and there will be dancing and singing throughout the

festival. On Friday evening the Poultney Elementary School chorus will perform at 6 p.m. and the third grade class will perform a collection of recorder music at 6:15 p.m. At 7 p.m. Abby Hunter, a fourth grade student from the school, will perform a lyrical dance to the music from “Frozen.’ And at 7:15 p.m. Mary Barron will lead a contra dance. The celebration continues at 10 a.m. on Saturday when guests will have the chance to

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view students’ artwork. At 11 a.m. John Gillette and Sarah Mittleheldt will perform a collection of songs and at noon the hand chime ensemble will perform. The festival comes to a close with Cast Off 8’s square dancing at 1 p.m. “Arty” soup will be available throughout the weekend. The Rutland Southwest Supervisory Arts Council consists of staff, community members and students from the district who work together to promote the arts in local schools.

Friends organize basket raffle for sick friend A basket raffle will be held this weekend in benefit of a former Hampton, N.Y., man who is battling health complications from the flu. The event, which will be held on Sunday, March 30, at Green Mountain College in Poultney, Vt. will benefit James Ballard Jr., a 1995 graduate of Granville (N.Y.) High School. Ballard went to the hospital earlier this year complaining of flu-like symptoms. He was diagnosed with swine flu and pneumonia. His symptoms, however, continued to worsen and he was transported to a hospital in Boston where doctors placed him in an induced coma. “He emerged from the coma last week, but there’s a long road ahead of him,” Lisa Thayer a friend and organizer of the basket party, said. Proceeds from the event will be used to defray medical costs an help his family, including a new born daughter born while he was in the coma, travel back

and forth from their home in New Hampshire to the hospital in Boston. Sunday’s basket party will begin at noon and drawings will be held at 2 p.m. Thayer said there will be more than 125 baskets as well as door prizes and raffle items, including a $1,000 security system.

Admission costs $5 and includes a sheet of 25 tickets. Additional tickets are available for $2. The event will be held at the Creamery on the GMC campus. Signs indicating the direction to the event will be hung around campus. For more information, call Thayer at 802-236-0203.

fashion, home décor, one-of-aSince ancient times, the use kind accessories and sculpted of textiles has grown exponencompanions. tially, even though many of the The show will be held April techniques associated with 5 through June 15 them have with an opening remained relativereception to be ly the same. Those held on Friday, practices, howevApril 11 from 5-7 er, now lend themp.m. selves to a myriad The talented of uses, adjusted artists presenting and refined by their work artists to create include Fran their own distinct Bull, Judy Dales, style. MaryKay Fabri-cations: Dempewolff, Peg Fabric & Fiber is Donahue, an exhibit at the Sculpted dollls by Mim Elizabeth Fram, Compass Music Cuc Huynh, and Arts Center, Zelies. Judith Reilly, which shows sevElinor Steele, and Mim Zelis. eral varying techniques and For more information, visit styles, from traditional to temporary quilts, to the art of






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RAVNAH announces April health clinics The Rutland Area Visiting Nurse Association and Hospice will host a number of foot clinics throughout the month of April. Locally clinics will be held as follows: Thursday, April 3, at 9 a.m. at the Parker House at 129 Church St. in Rutland; Thursday, April 3, at 12:30 p.m. at Bardwell House, 142 Merchants Row in Rutland; Friday, April 4, at 9:30 a.m. at

Young at Heart Senior Center at 206 Furnace St. in Poultney; Friday, April 4, at 12;30 p.m. the Ira Town Hall at 2832 West Road in West Rutland; Thursday, April 10 at 12:30 p.m. at Castleton Meadows on Route 30; Thursday, April 24, at 9:30 a.m. at Apple Tree Apartments at 7 Appletree Lane in Fair Haven; and Wednesday, April 30 at 12:30 p.m. at Godnick Adult Center at 1 Deer St in Rutland.

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WPVFD hosting flea market A Spring Flea Market and Easter Food sale will be held at the West Pawlet fire department Saturday, April 19 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Ladies Auxiliary will be sponsoring this family fun day event. There will be face painting for the children all day and special activities starting at 12:30 p.m. There will be a luncheon menu complete with hamburgers and hot dogs, corn chowder, deviled eggs, chips and apple crisp. Beverages will also be available. The food sale will offer many homemade items including rolls, pies, cakes, decorated Easter cakes, cupcakes, cookie platters, baked beans, Polish nut rolls, and more. The flea market will have a variety of vendors, including jewelry, hand-made candles and Mary Kay cosmetics. Vendor

tables are available to rent for $10 each, first come-first serve. The Ladies Auxiliary will have several raffles going on throughout the day, including an Easter Raffle, 50/50 raffle and an Easter Ham Dinner raffle. Tickets are $1 each. Additionally, another raffle will award four prizes to lucky winners including: a Telescope patio set, an EMS Sporting Goods two-day kayak rental, a half-gallon of Vermont maple syrup from Lewis Farm in Rupert, or a $15 gift certificate to Minogues Beverage. Tickets are $1 each, or six for $5. For more information or to reserve a vendor table, please contact Edna Winot at (802) 6450174. For more information regarding purchase of raffle tickets, please contact Joanne Reid at (802) 645-0244.

Haystack Hustlers announce events The Haystack Hustlers have scheduled a pair of luncheons for the month of April. At noon on April 8 the organization will host a pot luck lunch. Ellen Malona and Richard Strange of Second Nature Herb Farm of Wells provide members with information on organically grown herbs and characteristics and uses of herbs. A collection of food items for the Pawlet Food Shelf will be collected and there will be a 50/50 raffle. At noon on April 22 the group will have lunch at the Mettowee Community School,

followed by a presentation by the students. The cost of the meal is $3.50. Members will also collect items for the Pawlet Food Shelf and hold a 50/50 raffle. Reservations are needed by April 15 with Phyllis at 3253196. All area seniors are invited to participate in the activities. For more information or suggestions for programs contact Phyllis Mason. The group is considered part of the Northshire Senior Program. This group supports informative programs, bus trips etc. For more information also con-

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The cast of Urinetown during a performance last week.

CSC to stage final performances of ‘Urinetown’ There are still several days left to enjoy Castleton State College’s production of “Urinetown: The Musical.” The Theater Arts and Music Department’s production made its Castleton debut last Friday and the cast will stage performances tonight and Saturday at 7 p.m. in Casella Theater on campus. The musical has been around since 2001 when it got its start in New York City at the New York Fringe Festival, moved to Off-Broadway soon after, then finally made its way to Broadway where it stayed for three years putting on over 1,000 shows.

“It strays from the classic musical structure of one main couple with other lesser couples by having multiple main couples contributing to the play,” Castleton Theater Director Harry McEnerny said. “It also pokes fun at politics of the rich through song; it’s a really fun play.” The play is set in ‘Everytown,’ an imaginary place that is symbolic of a regular town in the U.S. Following a 20-year drought in the town, the water is very scarce and the wealthy have taken control of all public restrooms, making them pay-to-use, and making it illegal to have a private bath-

room or to go to the bathroom in the street. Wealthy businessman and owner of Urine Good Company, Caldwell B. Caldwell is the man behind the idea of the pay-to-use public bathrooms. Young hero Bobby Strong, an assistant custodian at the filthiest urinal in town, is resistant to Caldwell’s idea and with help from his love interest who happens to be Caldwell’s daughter Hope, starts a revolution against the pay-to-use system. Admission to the show is $15; $10 for members of the college community.

GMC to stage comedy, ‘Noises Off’ this weekend The Green Mountain College Theater department will present the comedy “Noises Off ” on March 28 and 29 at 7 p.m. at the Clara Hitchcock Fitzpatrick Jones Concert Hall (Ackley Auditorium). Written by the English playwright Michael Frayn, the play is frequently called the funniest farce ever written. The cast of nine characters consists entirely of Green Mountain College students and alumnus Gordon Ells ’12, who plays the role of Lloyd Dallas. The action begins with a manic menagerie of itinerant actors rehearsing a flop called “Nothing On.” Doors slamming, on and offstage intrigue, and an errant herring all fig-




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The cast of ‘Belles.’ Front l-r Jen Sanford, Beth Wolven, Julie Redington. Rear l-r Michelle Gillette, Gena Wener and Judi Tompknis

Marble Valley Players to stage ‘Belles’ April 4-6 Remember the days when the phone was plugged into the wall? The Marble Valley Players take a trip back to the pre-cell phone era when they present the comedy “Belles” at the West Rutland Town Hall Theater at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, April 4 and 5, and at 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 6. Written by Mark Dunn, “Belles” is a poignant, powerful comedy set in the late 1980s, as six southern sisters spend a weekend trying to bridge the physical and emotional distance between them via the telephone. Six veteran actresses portray the colorful characters: Michelle Gillette, Julie Redington, Jen Sanford, Judi Tompkins, Gene Wener and Beth Wolven.

Director Nancy Manney compares this play to her previous production of “Steel Magnolias.” “I have tried to do shows in the past that reflect human trials and tribulations, especially those that concern women,” she said. “Of course, I want that to be done with humor, because I believe that all that we live, whether good or bad, has to be lightened up!” During intermission, the audience will be treated to refreshments and a performance of the Bell Ringers. Tickets for “Belles” are $15 and will be available at the door, online at, or at the Paramount Regional Box Office, located at 30 Center Street in Rutland. Call 775-0903 for more information.

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Sale Held By Kyle McPhail / K-Hill Auction Service P.O. Box 53, Middle Falls, NY 12848 (518) 573-0683 Owner: Brian & Avamaria Gillis (518) 692-7673 From Village of Greenwich traffic light follow route 372 east towards Cambridge for 3 miles, take right on Petteys Rd. Follow for one mile, farm will be on the right. Cash or good check day of sale. Out of state buyers paying with check must have a bank letter of guarantee. No buyer’s premium.


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Episcopal Church in Arlington will hold the first in a series of free community dinners from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Friday, March 28 in the undercroft of the church at the intersection of Routes 7A and 313. The next free dinner will be held at the same time, but on Friday, April 25. For details on these free dinners, call 802-3759952.

fun niGht Mary J. Tanner

Elementary School on Granville’s Route 22 will host a Family Fun Night from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, March 28, offering dancing, games, face painting, refreshments and more. The event is sponsored the Mary J. Tanner PBIS Team, the initials standing for Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports. The program promotes “Bee-ing Safe, Kind and Responsible.” For details, call the school at 518642-9460.

tale tellerS Poets, storytellers

and spoken word artists in each and all genres will hold forth before an open microphone from 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, March 28 at Stone Valley Arts in Poultney. Sign-up at 6:45 p.m. at the venue, the third floor of the former Journal Press Building at 188 Main Street in Poultney. For details, call David Mook at 802884-8052 or email davidmook@

| SAT 3/29 | raptor feSt Friends of the

Katie’s Educational Center is hosting an OPEN HOUSE! When: April 4th from 5:00-7:00 pm Where: 38N College Street, Poultney, Vermont I want to thank everyone who has helped me get Katie’s Center up and going. (You don’t need to have children to come see what we are all about!)

We have childcare openings and are scheduling for the summer and fall! Questions? Email or call Katie at: or (802) 287-1404

Washington County Grasslands IBA announce that their 4th annual “Winter Raptor Fest,” featuring birds of prey, will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, March 29 and 30 at Gallup Ridge Farm in Fort Edward. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12, and the events are numerous. For details about this event-filled day, visit

Bottle driVe The Rupert

Mettawee Valley 4-H Club will hold a bottle drive to help support its upcoming show season. The drive will be held from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March 29 in the West Pawlet Fire House. For details, call 802-342-0991.

Blood driVe date A new

date, Saturday, March 29, has been announced for the March 12th Red Cross Blood Drive that was cancelled due to inclement weather. The new date, again, is noon to 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 29 at Manchester’s First Congregational Church. For details, call 800-843-3500.

ShakeSpeare School

Auditions for a five-week immersion in the world of William Shakespeare, poet and playwright, will be offered to teens 12

to 18 by the Summer 2014 Junior Shakespeare Academy on the following times, places and dates: 10 a.m. to noon, at Manchester’s Inn at Willow Pond, on March 29; 1 to 3 p.m. at Rhythm Hall, 2nd Floor, Building 5 of the Howe Center in Rutland, on March 30. Boys and girls should prepare a short monologue from Richard II. For details, call Gary Meitrott at 802-282-2581.

muSic SWap Brandon’s

Compass Music and Arts Center will host a music swap from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 29. Items for sale range from vinyl records through piano rolls, to musical and audio equipment and more. All those involved or interested in music are invited to attend. For vendors, the deadline to reserve a spot is Thursday, March 27. Cost is $30 per space. For details, call 802-247-4295 or email

tree pruninG Local Arborist

Joe Blair will demonstrate apple tree pruning at Hildene from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 29, focusing on corrective pruning of ornamental trees and pruning to increase productivity of applebearing trees. This demonstration is free and open to the public at Manchester’s Hildene, the home of Robert Todd Lincoln, son of the slain president. For details, call 802-367-7961.

BaSket raffle The Roots and

Wings Academy Parent-TeacherOrganization will host a basket raffle from noon to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 29 at Fair Haven Union High School. There will be lots of baskets for all ages and a 50/50 raffle. $5 buys 25 tickets, and $2 buys extra sheets. The drawing is at 2:30, and you must be present to win. For details, call Roots and Wings Academy at 802-265-9733.

fly fiSh day The American

Museum of Fly Fishing will open its doors from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 29 for a free day of training in the delicate art of fly tying and fly fishing. For details, call the Museum at 802-3623300 or email Christina Cole at The American Museum of Fly Fishing is at 4104 Main Street in Manchester.

BioGraphy unVeiled The

biography, “e.e. cummings: A Life,” will be discussed by Biographer Susan Cheever at 7 p.m. on Saturday, March 29 in Manchester’s Northshire Bookstore. Cheever will offer a major reassessment of a poet, whose poems, spelled in lower case, were second in popularity only to Robert Frost. For details, call 802-362-2200 or 1-800-4373700.

appraiSal fair Bennington

Museum will offer an “Appraisal Fair” from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 29. A panel of art experts and antiques appraisers will evaluate family heirlooms

or any other odd, quirky piece. For more information, call 802-4471571.

School Benefit The Spark

Silent Auction and Dance, which benefits Mount St. Joseph Academy and Christ the King School, will be held from 7 to 11 p.m. at Rutland’s Holiday Inn. Tickets are $15 per person. Light refreshments will be served and a cash bar will be available. For details on tickets, information, or to donate an auction item, call Mary Lou Tedesco at 802-2363485 or Colleen Diezel at 802725-8060.

| SUN 3/30 | BaSeBall teSt Rutland

Recreation and Parks Department announces that it will conduct a “mandatory baseball evaluation” on Sunday, March 30, the exact time of which can be learned by calling 802-773-1822 or by visiting Minors and majors baseball will be offered, and Rutland Recreation is now accepting registrations. Minors baseball is grades 3 to 4; majors, grades 5 to 6. Minors costs $65 per resident, $75 per non-resident. Majors costs $60 resident, $71, non resident. A $40 refundable deposit is required.

foX neWS look Gabriel

Sherman, New York Magazine contributing editor, will explore the life of Fox News Founder Roger Ailes when Sherman unveils his Ailes’ biography, “The Loudest Voice in the Room,” at 5 p.m. on Sunday, March 30 in Manchester’s Northshire Bookstore. Sherman will show how Ailes, his life shrouded in myth, became “the master strategist of our political landscape.” For details, call 802-362-2200 or 1-800-437-3700.

| MON 3/31 | auction needS Items worth at

least $20 are needed for the “Spring for Animals” online auction of the Rutland County Humane Society, which will start Monday, April 14.If you care to donate, drop off your item from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Rutland County Humane Society office at 765 Stevens Road in Pittsford. For details, call 802-483-6700 or visit

| TUe 4/1 | online auction In prepara-

tion for its annual gala at Hildene at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, May 23, Burr and Burton Academy of Manchester will hold an online auction from Tuesday, April 1 to Wednesday, April 30. A dazzling array of online auction items will be offered, and the theme of the gala is “Passport to the World.” For details on either the auction or the gala, call Christine Hoard at 802-549-8277.

SiGn for SoftBall

The American Museum of Fly Fishing will open its doors from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 29 for a free day of training in the delicate art of fly tying and fly fishing.

Registration is being accepted for Minors Softball by the Rutland Recreation Department and Parks Department, with practices to begin in late April. Cost is $45, resident, and $56, non-resident. A $10 late fee will be applied after Thursday, April 10. All girls who register by April 10 will be accommodated. For details, call 802773-1822 or visit www.rutlandrec. com.

liBrary friendS Friends of Pember Library will meet at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, April 1 at

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BASKET RAFFLE Sunday, March 30th To Benefit AAU Demons Basketball

Poultney High School From Saturday, April 5, through Saturday, June 15, during gallery hours of 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, Compass Music and Arts Center in Brandon will present “Fabr-ication: Fabric and Fiber.” For details, call 802-247-4295 or visit Pember Library on Main Street. For information, you may call the library at 518-642-2525.

| wed 4/2 | Gluten-free life Respond by

April 2 to attend a Gluten-Free Living Workshop that will take place from 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 5 at the Nu You Wellness Center, 4318 State Route 22, Salem. Presenter Sharon See will discuss what gluten is, the effects it has on the body, and more nutritional topics. Admission is free, but registration is necessary by calling Evan Lawrence at 518-677-5662 or

Soup Supper St. James

Episcopal Church in Arlington will offer a simple supper of soup and bread to follow the informal, 5:30 p.m. liturgy on Wednesday, April 2 and on Wednesday, April 9. For details about this “Lenten Dinner Church” series, call 802-3759952.

pancake Supper The Wells

Historical Society will serve its annual pancake supper at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, April 2, followed by the first meeting of 2014, at the Modern Woodmen of America building in Wells. Bill Clark will report on maple syrup production. There will also be a display of newly acquired Wells photos and stories in the society’s collection. For details, call Trish Capron, corresponding secretary, at 802-6450200.

trianGle fire talk The 1911

fire in the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York City, which killed 146 young immigrant women, will be relived in a talk by Dartmouth Professor Annelise Orleck at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 2 in Manchester’s First Congregational Church. The tragedy brought workplace safety laws. Orleck will offer an update in “100 Years since Triangle: The Fire that Seared a Nation’s Conscience.” For details, call 802362-2607.

War Zone truth “Finding

Truth in a War Zone” is the name of a talk that will be given by Bosnian-American Journalist Kermal Kurspahic at 7 p.m. on April 2 in Rutland Free Library. He

will discuss the current state of freedom of the press during present-day wars. For details on the talk, call 802-262-2626, ext. 302.

| THU 4/3 | career fair Southern Vermont

College will host its annual Spring Career and Internship Fair from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 3 in Everett Mansion’s Burgdorff Gallery. Students and potential employers should both call Betsy Dunham at 802-4474631 or email

| FRI 4/4 | WritinG Work Elayne Clift,

award-winning writer, journalist and workshop leader, will conduct three writing workshops from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in The Meeting Place at Londonderry’s Neighborhood Connections on successive Fridays, April 4, 11 and 25. Clift is correspondent for Women’s Feature Service and columnist for both New Hampshire’s Keene Sentinel and Vermont’s Brattleboro Commons. You can visit her website at Space is limited, so reserve at 802-824-4343.

Game Weekend A three-day

board game weekend, or board game convention, will be held at Silas Griffith Inn in Danby, starting at 2 p.m. on Friday, April 4 and continuing until 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 6. A full weekend pass is $35 per person, including gaming, anime and movie room, breakfast and snack pass, while a day pass costs $20 per person per day. Maximum occupancy is 50. For details, call 1-802-2935567 or 1-888-569-4660 or email

deaf panel Luke Adams, first

deaf competitor on TV’s “Amazing Race,” will join the deaf panel of the Deaf Education Department of Mount Anthony Union High School from 4:30 to 8 p.m. on Friday, April 4 in the Bennington Center for the Arts. The panel will consist of successful adults who just happen to be deaf. They will describe the reasons why each, individually, has succeeded. A concert will follow. Cost is $10 in advance and $15 at the door. For

more email mkadams24@gmail. com.

country muSic Traditional

Country Music will be played by Phil Hoyt from 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, April 4 at “First Fridays at Pember Library.” Pember Library is located on Quaker Street in Granville. For details, call 518642-0536 or 518-337-6789.

poetry Slam Compass Music

and Arts Center will host a “Poetry Slam” night from 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, April 4, where all local poets, spoken word artists, musicians and dramatists are invited to read and to perform favorite pieces. For details, visit Compass Music and Arts is located at 333 Jones Drive in Brandon.

phone play Mark Dunn’s play,

“Belles,” a comedy involving six southern women and forty-five calls dialed from old-fashioned Bell Telephones, will be performed by the Marble Valley Players’ at 7:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday, April 4 and 5, and at 2 p.m., Sunday, April 6 at the West Rutland Town Hall Theatre. Cost is $15. Sold at the door, tickets can also be bought online at For further details, call 802-775-0903.

| FRI 4/5 | BaBySitter claSS Two free

American Red Cross babysitter’s training classes will be held on Saturday, April 5, at 9 a.m. at Mark Skinner Library in Manchester, and again at 9 a.m. on Sunday, April 6 in Flood Brook Union School. The all-day sessions end at 4 p.m. Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration opens at noon on Saturday, March 22. For details on registering, call 802-824-4307 or email

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Saturday, April 5, through Saturday, June 15, during gallery hours of 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, Compass Music and Arts Center in Brandon will present “Fabrication: Fabric and Fiber.” A reception will also be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on Friday, April 11. For details, call 802-247-4295 or visit

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PHS student wins outdoor writing contest A junior at Poultney High School entered the winning essay among New England schools in the New England Outdoor Writers Association 2014 Youth Writing Contest. Emma Dailey also won the Vermont State Senior category for her essay, “Falcon, Up Close and Personal.” She will be awarded a $275 prize, an NEOWA certificate and will have her winning essay published in the Northwoods Sporting Journal, a New England-wide outdoor publication. The 16-year-old writer penned an eloquent essay on a peregrine falcon, vivid in description and ending with a heck of a surprise. Dennis Jensen, the NEOWA

coordinator of the Vermont contest, said that Dailey’s accomplishment is significant. “With her sweet essay, Emma topped a large number of entries from Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts, as well as home-schooled contestants,” he said. “Emma wrote the best essay in Vermont and then took top honors in New England. This is a big deal, for Poultney, for Vermont and for the NEOWA.” Alex White, 13, a seventhgrader from Poultney High School, won the junior category for the Vermont contest and with it a $125 cash prize. The junior contest is open to all Vermont students in Grades 6-8, while the senior division

takes in Grades 9-12. Both Poultney students will be honored at a ceremony, held at the high school, in the near future. The state and at-large winners were selected by panels of local outdoor writers, then submitted for the New England judging, which was done by a panel of distinguished NEOWA judges. The NEOWA is a group of professional outdoor communicators dedicated to promoting and supporting conservation, natural resources and our outdoor heritage. NEOWA, formed in 1942, is the oldest regional outdoor writers’ organization in America and is a nonprofit, professional and educational organization.

FH grade school announces honor students The Fair Haven Grade School has announced it list of honor students for the fourth marking period of the 2013-14 school year. The students are:

Grade 5 High Honors: Harley Adams, Emma Briggs, Austin Carr, Isabella Carrabino, Emma Ezzo, Megan Ezzo, Daniel Gay, Reese Hadeka, Antone Lipka and Evan Reed. Honors: Gabriel Buxton, Elias Eaton, Kiersten Groesbeck, Jesse Jones, Mackenzie Murray, Olasia Nadeau, Matthew Sarro and Cheyenne Steves. Merit: Star Dean, Annelyse Fontaine, Courtney Raetz and Emily Robidoux.

Grade 6 High Honors: Margaret Carboy, Raegan Carvey, Brooke Eddy, Janelle Kitchen and Joey Merrill. Honors: Emily Belden, Madison Belden, Rylee Eastman, Lindsey Dickenson, Kyleigh Grenier and Adam Parker. Merit: Harry Dexter, IV, Alexis Sarro, Alyssa Severance and Andrew Wolk.

Grade 7 High Honors: Kassidy Book, Taylor Cormia, Sarah Ezzo, Shantel Gregory, Kailee Hewitt, Quinlan Kipphut, Veronica Moniz, Hunter Muzzy, Skylar Robert and Aaron Szabo. Honors: Fatima Hussnane, Ruby

Ianni, Allison McIntyre, Skyler Murray, Sydney Rathbun, Logan Shaddock, Alycin Smith, Christopher Wentzel and Joshua Wood. Merit: Stiles Loper, Thomas Severance and Evan Williams.

Grade 8 High Honors: Olivia Bowen, Adriana Dalto, Drew Eddy, Paige Langlois, Brooke Lussier, Alexis Valdez and Taryn VanGuilder. Honors: Kevin Alexander, Jacob Apjohn, Tyler Buckley, Michael Doner, Aaron Eaton, Charity Kingsbury, Zachary Murray and Lori Pettis. Merit: Gable Shaddock, Brianna Clark and Colton Folmsbee.

More than 450 area middle school students will attend a college fair at Castleton State College next month.

Students to attend college fair “Which career do I want to pursue?” “What is college really like?” Those are some of the questions that hope to be answered during the fifth annual event at Castleton State College entitled; “Your Journey Starts Her.” Approximately 450 seventh graders from eight middle schools throughout Rutland County will be attending this event on Thursday, April 10. It will run from 9:00am-1:30-pm. “Your Journey Starts Here” is a collaborative effort between the Rutland Region Workforce Investment Board, Vermont Student Assistance Corporation, and participating schools including Benson Village School, Castleton Village School, Christ the King, Fair Haven Grade School, Mill River, Orwell, Otter Valley, Proctor, Rutland Town, and West Rutland. The goal of “Your Journey Starts Here” is to help seventh grade students start thinking about the career planning process, reaffirm that continuing their education beyond high school is recom-

mended for all, lets them know about their educational options and assists them in making sound decisions about their high school courses and experiences. The day will include a number of group and experiential activities led by Castleton State College Students. In addition, the students will also take tours of the campus. Ric Reardon, Director, Castleton Center for Schools will offer welcoming remarks. The Keynote Speaker is Rebecca Holcombe, Secretary for the Vermont Agency of Education. Later in the day, the students will hear from Jeremy Pratico, fifth Grade Teacher from Fisher Elementary School in Arlington, Vt., and recent guest star on the National Geographic Channel’s Reality Show, “Building Wild”. For more information contact Peg Bolgioni, Stafford Technical Center Outreach Coordinator at or (802) 7701275.

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Music swap meet Saturday The Compass Music and Arts Center is hosting a Music Swap Meet on Saturday, March 29 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Musicians, collectors, audio fanatics, or simply anyone with surplus items will be offering them for sale and swap. Items for sale could include anything from vinyl records, 78s, piano rolls, and phonographs, to tapes, audio equipment, radios,

musical instruments and accessories, CDs and ephemera. Interested in selling your items? The deadline to reserve a spot is Thursday, March 27 or until all spots are filled. The cost is $30 per space. Sellers provide their own tables and display accessories. Visit or call 802-247-4295 for more details.

FH Concerned to host Easter event Fair Haven Concerned is hosting an Easter-themed event with Belle Dolci on April 12 from 12 to 2 p.m. in the Fair Haven park. The event will include an egg hunt, games and other fam-

ily fun. For more information, contact Fair Haven Concerned at 265-3666.

Mental Health Services holding potluck gatherings The Education and Wellness Center at Rutland Mental Health Services will be hosting Potluck Gatherings every third Tuesday of the month from 6 to 8 p.m. for parents and family members that access any human-service for their children or loved ones with special needs. Special needs attorney Claudia Inés Pringles will be holding a Special Needs Planning Workshop to help plan the future for a disabled child, including the protection of important government benefits.

Claudia assists clients with special needs planning, special education, and disability consultation services and is a frequent speaker on these topics. She is also a busy disability advocate and a parent of a teenage daughter with autism. There will be an opportunity to learn about what needs to go into a will and the importance of writing a will; learn about special needs trusts and how to avoid a “payback” to the state for Medicaid; and learn about other documentation that can be filled out to prepare for when you are no longer the pri-

mary caregiver. The Potlucks are a collaborative effort between the Rutland County Family Support Network, ARC-Rutland Area, I-Team, Madi’s Fund and Rutland Mental Health Services. All are welcome to bring a dish, but it is not required. For more information, contact Lisa Lynch at ARC-Rutland Area (802) 775-1370 or For more information about Claudia Inés Pringles, visit her website at

Event to benefit Relay for Life, ACS A basket raffle to benefit the Rutland Relay for Life and the American Cancer Society will be held on April 5 at Rutland Elks Club at 4446 Pleasant St. in Rutland. Doors will open at 11 a.m. and drawings begin at 1 p.m. The cost of admission is $5 and includes a sheet of tickets. Additional sheets of tickets are available for $2 a sheet. There will also be a 50/50 raffle, a lottery tree and refreshments available for purchase. The event is sponsored by the Foley Family Companies Team. All proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society. For more information, call Amy at 558-5006.


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Bob Murphy

The fourth annual raptor festival will feature live flight demonstrations, nature walks, sleigh rides and more.

Winter Raptor Fest this weekend By Linda Ellingsworth Raptors rule this weekend in Fort Edward, N.Y., when the fourth annual Winter Raptor Fest takes place on Saturday, March 29 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, March 30 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Gallup Ridge Farm on Blackhouse Road. Presented by the Friends of the IBA, the Raptor Fest features live flight demonstrations by hawks and owls, a guided snowshoe walk, and a short-eared owl watch. The event has grown remarkably in just a short time. “We estimate that 1,000 people attend each day,” said Clifford Oliver, media representative for the Friends of the IBA. “It’s grown so huge – there’s a hunger for people to be with nature.” The event also includes various kids’ activities, horse-drawn sleigh rides, and food vendors. Some of the groups presenting during the weekend include Adirondack Raptors with freeflight demos, Adirondack

Wildlife Refuge & Rehab Center, the Vermont Institute of Natural Science, and the New York State Wildlife Rehab Council. Oliver emphasized the unique opportunity this event provides to see the raptors in free flight. “It’s awesome to see them flying around,” he said. “With these birds, there is an element of danger, and they are also unbelievably gorgeous.” The weekend opens with a Guided Snowshoe Walk at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday. Pre-registration is necessary to take part in the walk. To register, call Rich at 518623-2587. New this year is a “For the Birds” Gift Shop and a Raptor Photo Booth, where visitors can get their photo taken with a live bird of prey. In addition, wildlife photographer Dr. Gordon Ellmers will be on hand from noon to 2 p.m. both days to sign prints of his photos. “The photography of Dr. Ellmers is phenomenal,” said Oliver, who noted that some of

Ellmers’ limited edition prints will be for sale. Also new is the Raptor Photo Booth, in which visitors can have their photo taken with a live bird of prey. Saturday’s events include a presentation by the New York State Wildlife Rehab Council at 10 a.m., a presentation by the Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) at 11 a.m., an “Adirondack Raptors” free-flight demo at 1 p.m. and a Short-eared Owl Watch at 5:30 p.m. Preregistration is necessary for the Owl Watch by calling 623-2587. On Sunday, VINS returns at 11 a.m., the Wildlife Institute of Eastern NY presents at noon, and the Adirondacks Raptors program takes place 1 p.m. Other presentations will also take place throughout each day. Admission to the festival is $10 for adults and $5 for kids 12 and under. Note that during this weekend, Blackhouse Road will be one way, with entrance from Route 4. For a complete schedule,

When we were Slater freshman, Bob was already a big guy. He didn’t take too much to high school, so after two years, he went into the Army and went to chef school. When he returned from his military stint, he began working in local restaurants. After a fashion, he was running the busy kitchen at Fred Smith’s “Somewhere Restaurant”. Well, tasting and sampling your own cooking will add weight and you’re sure to blossom into a huge man. My brother, Hot Rod, was a “Somewhere” barkeep. When they got the same night off, you would see Bob and Hot Rod out on tour. I mean the local fair

and down to Silver City (Silver Diner) for the big breakfast. James, like his dad and brothers, had a nickname for almost everyone. For his buddy, Big Bob, he borrowed an U.S. Army nickname for chef – mess cook – and came up with “Big Mess”. Never once did I call him that and for two reasons: 1. It was my brother who came up with that one and 2. I always liked to remain on my feet and not on my back. Remember, Big Murph at the time was 6’2 and well over 250lbs. And well, I was still a “Twig”. May God be with you Bob Murphy.

Gary Beam Somewhere back in the 1980s when I was doing interviews for “The Promoter” newspaper (I learned by watching every Barbara Walters and Larry King interview I could) I did one with Gary when he started up a furniture business in Arnold Slate Mill on the corner of River and Depot streets. It had been a dream of Gary’s for years. They were cranking out all kinds of pine furniture for better than three years until the building was leveled by fire. He was devastated. Gary was forced into other kinds of work that took him to

the Rutland area. In those times we were apt to bump into each other almost anywhere and we’d catch up on things. It was one of those occasions about three or four months ago at Shaw’s in Fair Haven where he told me he had a form of cancer and was going for a test the next day to see if it was in remission. I was to find out his answer like many others via the obituary page of the Rutland Herald. Here, is another fine gentleman that I called—“friend.” May God be with you, Gary Beam.

Wells Easter egg hunt April 12 An Easter egg hunt will be held next month at the Modern Woodmen of America in Wells. The event will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 12. The event is open to children

up to age 12. The will be prizes, an egg hunt and an appearance by the Easter bunny. For more information, call 518-642-9283.

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The Ladies and Gentlemen’s Supper Club is holding a Roast Pork Dinner at the Pawlet Community Church Saturday, April 5 at 5p.m. The cost of the dinner is $10 for adults, kids are $6, and children 5 and under can eat for free. The menu includes roast pork, stuffing, mashed potatoes with gravy, vegetables, cabbage salad, applesauce, Jello, rolls, beverages and a brownie with ice cream and chocolate syrup. Takeout orders can also be made on the day of the dinner by calling the church at 3253022. Any questions regarding the dinner, please call Doreen Mach at 325-3428 or Judy Coolidge at 325-3073.

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Noted economist to speak at GMC Michael H. Shuman, economist, attorney, and author, will deliver the second annual 2014 John F. and Dianne S. Brennan Lecture on April 15, 2014 at 4 p.m. in the Ackley Theater at Green Mountain College. The lecture is free and open to the public and will be followed by a reception. Shuman’s lecture, titled “Local Investment: The New Key to Rural Revitalization in Vermont,” will look at the growing global movement towards local community investment through such strategies as crowdfunding, targeted CDs, local investment funds, and self-directed IRAs. Shuman will share specific strategies that small towns in Vermont can use to divert investment dollars from Wall Street to Main Street and thereby support the growth of local economies. The topic resonates with Poultney2020, an ongoing collaboration between the town of Poultney and Green Mountain College. This initiative, articulated in GMC’s long-range strategic plan Sustainability2020, has brought together town volunteers and GMC faculty, staff and students to establish a new arts center (Stone Valley Arts), design a community park on Main Street, and develop a network of multi-use recreational trails within the next year. A leading expert in community economics, Shuman serves as director of Community Portals for Missions Markets, an organization that provides capital market support and technology solutions for socially responsible companies. He is a founding board member for Business Alliance for Local Living Economies and serves

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Michael Shuman is considered an expert on community economics and the advantages of small businesses. as a fellow at Cutting Edge Capital and the Post-Carbon Institute. Shuman’s influential book, Local Dollars, Local Sense: How to Move Your Money from Wall Street to Main Street and Achieve Real Prosperity and the award-winning The Small Mart Revolution: How Local Business Are Beating the Global Competition, articulate the important role of small businesses and local economies in the face of globalization. He received an A.B. from Stanford University and a J.D.

from Stanford Law School. He has authored or edited eight books, published hundreds of articles, and appeared on numerous television and radio shows throughout his career. The John F. and Dianne S. Brennan Lecture, named for the college’s sixth president and his wife, is part of an entrepreneurship initiative that provides students with the business and economics tools and knowledge needed to effect positive change in local communities.

Items sought for Humane Society Auction The Rutland County Humane Society’s “Spring for the Animals” online auction will start April 14. The auction will include gift certificates, antiques, artwork, hotel stays, health and fitness

and more. Anyone who would like to donate items can do so. Items do not have to be brand new but in good condition with a recommended value of at least $20. If you have a quality item you would like to donate

Wells food pantry to change hours Our Neighbors’ Table food shelf in Wells will be reverting back to summer hours beginning next week. Starting Wednesday, April 2 the food shelf will be open from 5 to 6 p.m. instead of the

current 4 to 5 p.m. Please call Michelle at 802645-0934 with any questions or for more information. The food shelf will still be available to make deliveries and will be open for emergencies.

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Acclaimed comedian bringing routine to Paramount April 10 Acclaimed comedian Brian Regan will return to Rutland for a performance next month. Regan returns to the Paramount Theater at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 10, nearly three years after one of his performances was sold. With the perfect balance of sophisticated writing and physicality, Regan fills theaters nationwide with fervent fans that span generations. Regan’s non-stop theater tour has visited more than 80 cities each year since 2005 and continues through 2014. It is the quality of his material, relatable to a wide audience and revered by his peers, which continues to grow Brian’s fan base. In January of 2012 Brian broke the record for the most consecutive shows by a comedian at Abravanel Hall in Salt Lake City with 10 sold-out shows selling more than 26,000 tickets. In March of 2010,

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Brian performed five sold-out shows at Abravanel Hall breaking the previous record of four shows set by Jerry Seinfeld in 2005. With his first appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman in 1995, Brian solidified his place on the show and in 2013 he made his 25th appearance, the most of any comedian on the CBS show. His 1997 CD, Brian Regan Live, has sold over 150,000 copies and consistently charts in iTunes Top Ten Comedy Albums. Regan’s 2000 Comedy Central Presents special continues to be a top viewer choice and Brian’s independently released 2004 DVD, I Walked on the Moon, is available at www. Tickets ($45.75 plus applicable taxes and fees) are available by calling (802) 775-0903, or online at www.paramountvt. org.



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Grammy winner coming to Paramount The Paramount Theatre presents NEA Jazz Master, 20-time Grammy winner and keyboard virtuoso, Chick Corea in a solo performance on Saturday, April 12, at 8 p.m. Corea is the fourth-mostnominated artist in the history of the Grammys, with 61 nominations. He’s also earned three Latin Grammy Awards, the most of any artist in the Best Instrumental Album category. From straight ahead avantgarde, bebop to fusion, children’s songs to chamber music, along with some far-reaching forays into symphonic works, Corea has touched an astonishing number of musical bases in his illustrious career. Since embarking on a solo career in 1966, Corea has been at the forefront of jazz, both as a renowned pianist forging new

Chick Corea is a 20-time Grammy winner. ground with his acoustic jazz bands and as an innovative electric keyboardist with Return to Forever and the Elektric Band. His extensive discography boasts numerous essential albums, beginning with his 1968 classic, Now He

Sings, Now He Sobs. Corea continues to make a significant impact on the scene, as evidenced by 2007’s Grammy-winning The Enchantment , 2008’s Grammywinning The New Crystal Silence, 2009’s Returns and 2009’s Grammy-winning Five Peace Band Live. In 2012, Corea took home two Grammys, including Best Improvised Jazz Solo, for Forever, the 2-CD set recorded on his acoustic trio tour with Return to Forever bandmates Stanley Clarke and Lenny White. In 2014, Chick will be releasing a new solo CD and embarking upon a world tour Tickets are available by calling the Paramount Theatre Box Office at (802) 775-0903, or online at www.paramountvt. org.

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Duo to perform in Brandon On Saturday, April 5 at 7:30 p.m., Brandon Music welcomes the Doug Perkins and Jamie Masefield Duo. Their shows feature a variety of jazz and bluegrass tunes on mandolin and acoustic guitar, highlighting interactive, communicative play. Playing off and on together for over 25 years, the duo has developed intuitive and virtuosic playing that sets them apart from Nashville and West Coast styles. From their first gig playing together at UVM in 1987, they both took different paths. Jamie lead the international and nationally touring act called the Jazz Mandolin Project, which landed a Blue Note Recording record along with many accolades. With the Jazz Mandolin Project, Jamie offered an entirely new concept of what the mandolin could do, pushing the boundaries with a new innovative sound that

changed the mind of many as to the instrument’s potential. Doug is best known for his experience touring nationally with the band, Smokin’ Grass, which made a name for itself at bluegrass festivals throughout the country in the late 1990s. However, right here in the Green Mountains, he has developed a distinctive, versatile style on acoustic guitar, enabling him to appear with many of the area’s musical juggernauts regardless of their preferred genre. In 2012, Doug recorded and released the Music for Flatop Guitar which featured Jamie and Tyler Bolles. Tickets are $15 with a preconcert dinner available for $20. Call (802)465-4071 or e-mail for information. Brandon Music is located at 62 Country Club Rd. Brandon, Vt. 05733.

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All you have to do is fill out the official entry form below and mail it in. One lucky person will receive $250 in gift certificates to use at any of the advertisers in Manchester Newspapers’ 2014 Bridal Book. The Bridal Book is available throughout the region right now. Deadline for entry is Friday, April 25, 2014. The drawing will be held on Monday, April 28, 2014.

Megan Ellen Whitcomb of Castleton, Vt., was among 235 Greensboro College students named to the dean’s list at Greensboro College for the fall 2013 semester. To qualify, a student must have a 3.5 grade-point average or better while having taken at least half of his/her course credit hours at Greensboro College’s main campus. Connor W. Eaton, a business major, was named to the dean’s list for the fall 2013 semester at Saint Anselm College, Manchester, N.H.

Eaton, a resident of Middletown Springs, is a member of the class of 2017. To be eligible for this honor, a student must compile a grade point average of 3.0 or better. Jonathan Dacey, of Middletown Spring, was among 2,500 students from Virginia Tech who earned degrees at the university’s fall commencement held Dec. 20, 2013. Dacey received a bachelors of science degree in building construction from the College of Architecture and Urban Studies.

Benson students to host bingo Benson eighth graders will host their final fundraiser of the year early next month. The class will host spring bingo at 6:30 p.m. on April 7 at

the Benson Village School. Proceeds from the event will help defray costs of a class trip to Washington D.C. on May 4.

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The Poultney Valley Snowmobile Club will host an end of season meeting and hot dog and hamburger cookout on Wednesday, April 9. The event is intended to be a thank you to all the club’s volunteers and family members who have helped with event and

trail work throughout the year. The barbecue will begin at 6:30 p.m. and will be followed by the regular meeting. The cookout will be held at York Coach Works on Route 30, just north of the village of Poultney.

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Call Classifieds (NOW!) at


14 • The Lakes Region FreePress • Week of March 24, 2014 Firewood

Musical Instruments

FIREWOOD Cut, split and delivered. Seasoned $255/ cord. Green $195/cord. 802236-7915

SILVERTONE ELECTRIC BASS guitar with case and amplifier, $95. 802-867-4103

Guns & Ammo


CRAGIN’S GUN SHOP BUY * SELL * TRADE 105 State St, Rutland, VT 802-773-9781 WORK 802-558-2300 CELL

FREE RATS 1 male and 2 females. 3-5 months old. 518-642-2928


Hay & Grain

PAIR MINI PINSCHERS 3 years old, tails docked, full blood, no papers, $200. 518642-3776

HAY FOR SALE 1st cutting, small square bales, never wet. West Rupert, VT 802394-7729

PAIR OF COCKATIELS laying eggs, with cage, $125. 518-642-3776

Farm Animals WANTED: Will take FREE goats, rabbits, sheep, laying hens, dogs. Will pick up. 518-642-3776

call to advertise here!




Join the Mac’s Market Team

AS A STORE MANAGER Opportunities for ambitious, goal-oriented people are always available at Mac’s Market. Apply today for a full time Manager position. As part of Mac’s Lake George Team, you will regularly interact with customers and co-workers to achieve an enjoyable and satisfying shopping experience. Responsibilities include personnel, inventory, and merchandising control. Experience managing a retail outlet, convenience store, or grocery store is required. Send cover letter and resume to, fax to (802) 786-1241 or mail to: Sherman V. Allen, Inc. PO Box 609, Rutland, VT 05702





Founded in 1787, Castleton is a college community that values personal interaction with students and among colleagues. Your work will be appreciated here. You can help us make a difference in the lives of our students, and for the benefit of Vermont.

Castleton State College is seeking applications for the position of Part-time Reference Librarian to provide reference services including responding to research questions, assisting with research, creating research guides and participating in general library operations. Prior experience desirable. Qualifications include M.L.S. degree from an A.L.A. accredited school. Students who are near completion of the M.L.S. degree may be considered. This is a part-time position consisting of approximately 10 hours per week, including some evening and weekend hours. There are no benefits provided with this position. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. To apply send completed Castleton State College application (found on along with a letter of application, a resume and three references to: Office of Human Resources Castleton State College 42 Alumni Drive Castleton, VT 05735 Castleton State College is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Advertise In The Classifieds You’ll Be Glad You Did!

Fast paced Insurance Office is seeking an Currently accepting applications for





Apply in person to: Greenstone Slate Company 325 Upper Road, Poultney, VT




EXPERIENCED TREE CLIMBER CDL required, full time, pay based on experience. Gould Lawn & Landscaping @ 518-499-0307 FARM BUSINESS needs someone to wash and pack eggs, load coolers and be on the road 2 days a week for farmers markets and deliveries. Near Salem/Shushan. Call John @ 914-646-4263

Send Resume to: insuranceagents12887

Class A CDL Driver

Pregis Corporation, a leading international manufacturer, marketer and supplier of protective packaging products and specialty packaging solutions, is seeking one Class A CDL licensed Driver for its Glens Falls facility to provide local commercial transport of products from manufacturing facilities to warehouses. Secondary responsibilities include loading and unloading trailers. Qualified individuals must have a high school diploma or GED. A Class A CDL license with a tanker endorsement and at least two years general driving experience is required. Candidates must meet USDOT and NYSDOT CDL requirements, possess proof of a current DOT physical and pass a driver’s road test proving the ability to safely operate a commercial tractor, tanker and panel truck. Forklift certification and material handling experience is a plus. Pregis Corporation offers a competitive salary along with a comprehensive benefits package. Candidates should submit their resumes in confidence as listed below:

Pregis Corporation

Attn: Melisse Robinson, Human Resources 300 Lower Warren St., Glens Falls, NY 12801 Fax: (518) 743-3311 Email: Pregis Corporation is an EEO, Affirmative Action Employer committed to a drug-free workplace.


Harry at 770-1510 or

Per Diem Registered Nurse

Ann Clark, Ltd. is the leading US manufacturer of cookie cutters. We are seeking a part-time maintenance/mechanic worker. The successful applicant will be responsible for nonstop efficient machine operation of all production equipment including metal roll formers, welders, and forming tables. This position will also be responsible for maintaining related equipment files, backup spare parts, and systematic maintenance plans to prevent equipment failures. The right person will have an extensive and proven related work history of manufacturing equipment repairs and maintenance.

To apply, please stop by to fill out an application, or mail send a resume to to 112-B Quality Lane, Rutland, VT 05701.

General practice law firm in Poultney, VT seeking legal assistant. Said individual to possess excellent organizational skills, strong writing skills, attention to detail and computer knowledge. Applicant’s responsibilities will vary from document preparation, reviewing and organizing legal documents and interacting with clients. Must be team player to promote friendly and collegial work environment. Experience preferred, but willing to train the right person. Send resume and cover letter to: or Attn: Administrator, PO Box 133, Poultney, VT 05764

LANDSCAPE TECHNICIAN Candidate will be part of a team working on commercial and residential properties. 2-5 years of experience preferred. Apply: www. MANAGER TENNEY BROOK MARKET Grocery Market in Rutland seeks Operations Manager. Experienced applicants must be skilled in grocery, cut meats, deli and perishable departments. Administrative and computer skills necessary. Multi-tasked environment. Salary, Full benefits & Bonus. Send Cover letter and resume to: Midway Oil Corporation, 217 Nor th Main Street, Rutland, VT 05701, Attn: Linda - TBM TREE CARE FOREMAN minimum 5 years exper ience, CDL required, pay and benefits based on experience. FT year round. Gould Lawn & Landscaping @ 518499-0307 What’s Up Dawg’s Restaurant is now accepting applications for a PT cook. Apply in person 70 Quaker Street, Granville.



Join the Mac’s Market Team

Opportunities for ambitious, goal-oriented people are always available at Mac’s Market. Apply today for a part time cashier position. As part of Mac’s Manchester Team, you will regularly interact with customers and co-workers to achieve an enjoyable and satisfying shopping experience. Responsibilities include cashiering, stocking, cleaning and customer service. Send your resume to, fax to (802) 786-1241, mail to: Sherman V. Allen, Inc. PO Box 609, Rutland, VT 05702 or stop in Mac’s Market at 271 Depot Street, Manchester, VT to complete an application.

MANAGER Looking for a “PLAYER/COACH” to lead our Team in CASTLETON VT. Manager will be responsible for C-Store Operations. Duties to include staffing, merchandising, daily cash reconciliation, and overall operations of the store. The right candidate will need to multi-task, and communicate the goals of the store. Competitive Wage/Benefit Package.

Harry at 770-1510 or

If you want to be part of the winning Team, please send or email your resume to: Midway Oil Corporation 217 North Main Street Rutland, VT 05701 Attn: Linda – Castleton

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ORWELL VILLAGE SCHOOL VACANCY 2014-2015 School Year SECRETARY with strong technology skills needed to provide Administrative and secretarial support, establish and maintain records and respond to inquiries from a variety of internal and external sources. Candidate also must be able to act, occasionally, as a health care professional under the direction of a school nurse. CPR and First Aid certification is required. Also must perform other related duties as prescribed in the job description that is available upon request. This position is for approximately 210 days. Contact Patrick Walters, Principal at 948-2871 or at for additional information. To obtain an application or a copy of the job description call the Superintendent’s Office at 2654905 or email Mail completed application along with cover letter, resume, a copy of certifications and three current letters of reference to: Addison-Rutland Supervisory Union 49 Main Street Fair Haven, VT 05743 Position will remain open until filled EOE



DTZ/UGL (a global facilities management company), is currently seeking applications for a full time Vermont State Master Plumber. Must be a self-starter, and have commercial experience. Experience with steam boilers is preferred, but will train the right individual. Please call 1-802-287-8361





RENEE 802-362-5141 EOE


• Anticipated Speech Language Pathologist – Full and Part Time • Physical Therapist Part-time For additional information contact Kris Benway, Director of Special Services at 802-265-4905 • Substitute Teachers To obtain an application call the Superintendent’s Office at 802-265-4905 or email

Work for One of the Top-Performing Home Health Agencies in the U.S.

The Rutland Area VNA and Hospice is looking for Home Care Aides (Licensed Nursing Assistants and Personal Care Attendants) to work throughout Rutland County and in select sections of Bennington County. As a member of our team, you will be part of a group of home health care professionals who deliver specialized one-on-one care to patients in their homes.

Positions will remain open until filled. EOE

is currently seeking a lead cook in our locallyowned and operated restaurant. High volume experience, flexibility for lunch and dinner, and capability a must. Year round position with competitive salary. Apply in Person, bring resume & references.




For more information please contact Harry Snyder at (802) 770-1510 or email at

Rutland Area Visiting Nurse Association and Hospice, an award-winning home health care agency, has an immediate opening for a full time Occupational Therapist to work in our Kids on the Move pediatric, in-home therapy program. You will join a dynamic team of therapists working one-on-one with pediatric clients throughout Rutland County and the Wells, Rupert, Dorset areas. Applicants must be able to be licensed as an Occupational Therapist in the State of Vermont. Prior pediatric therapy experience preferred.

For more information please contact Harry Snyder at (802) 770-1510 or email at



Come Be Part of the Solution! Correct Care Solutions LLC is currently seeking top-notch healthcare professionals to join our team at Marble Valley Regional Correctional Facility in Rutland, VT. Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) – PRN (All Shifts) Registered Nurse (RN) – PRN (All Shifts) Physician – PRN (All Shifts) Mental Health Professional – Full Time (30 Hours) with Benefits

We offer generous compensation and a benefits package which includes medical, dental, vision, 401(K), FSAs, tuition reimbursement and more. For immediate consideration, please apply online at


Career need a shift in gears? Find that perfect job right here in the classifieds!

PHYSICAL THERAPIST Work for One of the Top-Performing Home Health Agencies in the U.S. The Rutland Area VNA and Hospice is looking for a physical therapist to fill a full time position in our home therapy programs. Come join a team of clinicians whose outcomes are amongst the best in the country. As a member of the RAVNAH clinical team you will be providing care to patients in their homes and making a difference in people’s lives. The ideal candidate will have experience as a physical therapist and be licensed to practice physical therapy in Vermont. Prior home healthcare experience preferred.

For more information please contact Harry Snyder at (802) 770-1510 or email at RAVNAH is an equal opportunity employer. (EOE)

CCS is an EEO Employer.

Need a JOB? Need EMPLOYEES? The classifieds bring together job seekers and potential employers every week.

The Manchester Newspapers Classifieds 1-800-354-4232

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Manchester Newspapers’ Apartments GRANVILLE-Mettowee Valley Apts. 2 bdrm $602 rent; utilities average $81. No smoking. Pet? Must meet eligibility requirements. For application 518-584-4543. NYS TDD Relay Service 1-800421-1220. Handicap Accessible Equal Housing Opportunity.

REAL ESTATE For Sale DRESDEN-Starter/retirement home/camp or investment property. Beautiful lot approx 1 acre overlooking Lake Champlain, new well, new electric, recently renovated w/d, stove & refrigerator incl. owner will consider financing.$60,000 neg. 518499-0298


WHITEHALL 2 bedroom, full basement, no utilities included, no pets. Available March 15. $850/month + sec. 518499-2950 or 518-232-5143

Mobile/Modular Homes

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

Apartments GRANVILLE 1bdrm, 1st flr, all electric, centrally located in town, $450/mth +sec, 1st mth, no smoking/pets. Available 4/01. 845-207-9288

Senior Subsidized Housing

Immediate availability for 1 bedroom units for qualified applicants with income at or below

1 Person: $13,500 2 Person: $15,400

Includes utilities, parking and laundry facilities. Landlord, Credit & Criminal Checks Required Rent Based on 30% income

Call EastPoint Properties (603) 262-3718

S C H AG H T I C O K E 3 B R , 2BA, 2 car garage, 1.5 ac, Pole barn, ref/sec/1st/last. $1500/mo. 518-441-1444

CASTLETON 1 bdrm mobile home in Windy Hollow. No dogs, no smoking. Deposit & refrences required. $600 plus utilities. 802-747-8486


Castleton, VT - Castleton Meadows

Non-Smoking Property TDD Equipped EHO

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.

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

Cleaning Services AFFORDABLE, PROFESSIONAL CLEANING Call Patty for free quote 802-558-9610

Vacation/ Recreational SANIBEL HARBOUR MARRIOTT RESORT AND SPA IN FORT MYERS, FLORIDA Fo r R e n t We e k l y by Owner. 5-Star Resor t, 2Bedrooms, 2-Baths, Internet, Fully Equipped $1,570 Per Week Until May. 239-4820217 or 508-364-4409






All Seasons

Excavator for Hire

Tree Service

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

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

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


Brushcutting, LLC



Master Electrician

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


INCOME TAX REFUNDS IN JUST DAYS! Tax Preparation, E-File, Credit Cards Accepted Joy’s Services 518-642-3230

With Rotary Brush Cutter With 22ft Reach

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

Theron Durrum

Tax Preparation

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


find who and what you need here!

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With So Many Choices, It’s So Easy to Get Carried Away. Check out the automotive section each week.

Manchester Newspapers Classifieds 1-800-354-4232

The Lakes Region FreePress • Week of March 24, 2014 • 19 Autos

Auto Wanted

Farm Equipment


1969 VW BEETLE rebuilt motor w/ less than 5,000 miles. Fully restored, yellow. Road ready, runs good, 4spd MT, beautiful car! Asking $8,000. 518-499-1743

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

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

1999 HD SPORTSER 1200 custom, 10,400 miles, lots of chrome, new tires & battery, spotless. $6,800. 802-2822803

1994 RANGER regular cab, 2wd, V6, standard, Virgina truck, no rust, 185K, $2200/ obo. 518-222-9446.

2004 KAWASAKI 750 VULCAN, new tires & battery, 14,300 miles, asking $1950/ obo.. 518-692-8519

2004 CHEVY EXPRESS Van, a/c, floor mats, roof rack, good tires, runs good. $6,500. 802-783-8122

2005 KAWASAKI Z750S blue sport bike, cruiser, 7500 miles, like new, $3500 OBO. 518-282-9972

2 0 0 9 TOYOTA TAC O M A Access Cab, 4 cyl, 5 speed, 85k miles, well maintained. $15,500. 802-645-0080

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

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

1976 MONTE CARLO LANDAU Runs & looks great. Stored inside, mileage 64,514, $4,500. 518-6388788 1999 GRAND AM GT 154,800 miles, runs good. $2400. 802-353-7718 or 802353-7716 2000 HONDA CRV many new par ts, runs good inspected, 280K, $1400. 802293-5210 2001 JEEP GRAND CHERO K E E L a r e d o, A / T, V- 6 , 120K, Clean, nice condition. $4900/OBO 518-499-1538 2 0 0 4 C H RY S L E R S E BRING silver, 6 cylinder, a/c, 80,350 mi, well maintained, great cond. inside & out. $3,995 obo. 802-287-9576 2007 HYUNDAI SONATA 98000 miles, new tires & battery, great shape, one owner. $6500. 518-527-6339 2007 PONTIAC G6 GT exc e l l e n t c o n d i t i o n , p owe r everything, sunroof, great mpg, 114k. $6,800 obo. 802287-2241 2007 VW RABBIT 2.5, 4 dr, Silver metallic 5 spd, new belts & 60k mi service just done, great shape. $7200 OBO. 518-450-1731 2008 AUDI Q4 previous purchased maintenance package transferred with car. 43K, still under warranty, fully loaded, sunroof, $16,500/ obo. 802-235-2765 2008 FORD FOCUS SES. 5 speed, 60,200 miles, sunroof, AC, PW, great condition, comes w/4 winter tires, $8500/obo. 802-265-3649

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

Boats BOAT MOTOR TRAILER 40HP, runs good, $1200. 802-293-5210

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

Four-Wheel Drive 1994 CHEVY S-10 4 wheel drive, 6 cylinder, automatic, extra cab, $2500 or best offer. Call 518-522-5950 1997 F150 space cab work truck, no rear seat, needs exhaust and gas tank, $1500. 518-577-4115

1984 JUBILEE CAMPER 8 cyl W/B, sleeps 6, 54,000 miles, good shape, $2000. 518-642-2163

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

2001 FORD EXPLORER SPORT 4.0, 95,000 miles, $2500/obo. 518-854-9310

9 1 I N T E R N AT I O N A L DUMP TRUCK $3000 obo. Serious inquires only. 518307-1340

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

You’ll Be Glad You Did!

ATV’s /Snowmobiles

2003 FORD F250 5.4L Supercab, runs great, tires fair, 80, 000 miles, $6995. 518-692-8139 after 5:00.

Commercial Equipment

Classifieds -

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

2003 CHEVY S-10 Extended cab, new brakes, new wheel hubs, shocks, ball joints, more. Runs good. $1900. 518-854-7608

TRUCK CAMPER 2000 Lance Lite 845. Completely self contained, Very Clean, a must see!, $6,000. 802-6451925

Advertise In The


2002 GMC EXTENDED CAB Z71 good condition, clean, $7000/obo. 518-6927339

2005 HOLIDAY RAMBLER 30 ft 5th wheel w/hitch, slide out, awning and slide awning. $10,500. 802-282-2803

Pickups, Trucks, Vans

1997 ARCTIC CAT PUMA deluxe 340 F/C, excellent condition, electric start, studded track, with 2003 Karavan double wide trailer, lock/jack, new spare tire, $1799/obo. Must sell. 802-379-0048/802363-5166.

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, $12,000/obo. 518-686-5034

2008 KAWASAKI PRAIRIE 360 ATV, red, purchased in 09, used very little, w/plow, $4200. 518-686-9388


ATV-250CC 5 speed, low miles, $1000. 802-438-2910


Tires, Parts, Accessories

1990 HD FXRS 1300cc, new tires, $6000. 802-325-3127 1992 HONDA NIGHTHAWK low milage, very good condition. $950 fir m. 518-6860027

Manchester Newspapers 800.354.4232

(4) PIRELLI SCORPION snow tires 255/55 R19, used one season. $300. 802-3421823

2014 Chrysler 200 Limited Super S Edition #14192 Navigation, Leather, Sunroof, Heated Seats, Hyper Black Wheels

MSRP $30,125

2014 Chrysler 300C V8 AWD

2014 Dodge Journey SE AWD

2013 Dodge Dart SXT

#14078 Loaded! 3,168 miles



MSRP $48,020

MSRP $27,035

MSRP $22,520



2014 Ram 1500 Quad Cab 4x4


MSRP $37,775

2014 Chrysler Town & Country Touring #14237

MSRP $33,150


/mo. WITH OPTION 36! *36 month lease with approved credit through Chrysler capital. $1500 down plus tax and reg due at inception. Lessee responsible for excess wear n tear. 25¢ per mile in excess of 10,000/yr. Residual $20,020.





*36 month lease with approved credit through Chrysler, 25¢ per mile in excess of 10,000 per year. Lessee responsible for excess wear and tear. Tax, title, tags extra.

*36 month lease with approved credit through Chrysler, 25¢ per mile in excess of 10,000 per year. Lessee responsible for excess wear and tear. Tax, title, tags extra.

2014 Ram 1500 Quad Cab Express

2014 Dodge Grand Caravan

2014 Chrysler 200 LX Sedan

2014 Jeep Compass 4x4





MSRP..................$37,775 Bonus Rebate.......... - $500 Northeast Rebate... - $1,000 Truck Bonus......... - $1,000 Finance w Chrysler. - $1,000 Ram Bonus............. - $500 Z Discount........... - $4,275

MSRP..................$22,535 Northeast Rebate... - $1,000 Minivan Bonus ...... - $500* Balloon Bonus...... - $1,000* Chrysler Minivan Loyalty........... - $1,000 Z Discount........... - $1,250

MSRP..................$23,285 Retail cash.......... - $3,000 Northeast Bonus...... - $500 Finance with Chrysler Capital. - $1,000 Z Discount........... - $1,250

MSRP..................$24,780 Northeast Rebate... - $1,000 Retail Rebate....... - $1,000 Z Discount........... - $1,889

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*36 month lease with approved credit through Chrysler, 25¢ per mile in excess of 10,000 per year. Lessee responsible for excess wear and tear. Tax, title, tags extra.

*Add tax, title, and tags to all prices.





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