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Mother's Day Gift & Dining Guide Yes, Mother's Day is this Sunday and to help you prepare to make that special mom in your life feel special, we have two pages brimming with shopping and dining values inside.
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An informational meeting on the Poultney School Districtâ€™s proposed fiscal plan will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, May 12, at the Poultney High School library. The public will vote on the budget the following day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Poultney Fire Department firehouse. The proposed budget is $7,198,964. A previous budget proposal has already been defeated, one of 34 budgets across the state that were defeated. The district has since made nearly $150,000 in cuts.
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Input from food pantries across the nation indicated early spring would be the best time to hold the event. A revamped drive was organized for May 15, 1993â€”the second Saturday in Mayâ€”with a goal of having at least one NALC branch in each of the 50 states participating. The result was astounding. More than 11 million pounds of food was collectedâ€”a one-day record in the United Statesâ€”involving more than 220 union branches. The effort has only grown and since that first food drive, more than 1.3 billion pounds of food has been collected. Anyone with questions can contact their local post office for more information.
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Brown &RQWLQXHGIURPIURQWSDJH zip-neck sweatshirt with company logo, grey jeans, and work boots, he began his story. Mark moved to Poultney at seven when dad began teaching economics and sociology at Green Mountain. I lived in a village where everyone knew each other. If I fell down, whoeverâ€™s house I fell down in front of would come out and help me. If I threw a snowball at a car, someone in the nearest house would run out and say, â€œIâ€™ll call your father!â€? As a teen, he sold bike parts from home. At annual GMC auctions, he bought great bicycles that students had left behind, often paying just 25 cents! Young Mark held three part-time jobs simultaneously: septic treatment plant, Whispering Pines restaurant, Mobil station. He wanted to attend the Coast Guard Academy, â€œUnfortunately, the day before I was accepted, I learned that my father had terminal cancer.â€? Mark decided to stay home with family. With Markâ€™s experience selling bike equipment, a boss suggested he start a salvage business. Harold Gilmour heard he was looking for property and offered land in Castleton. Then 18, Mark bought it. A month later, his father died. Although heâ€™d enrolled at Castleton, Mark was so grief stricken, that he couldnâ€™t focus on studies. By Christmas, he was no longer a student. One night in 1982, Mark spotted an attractive young
woman at the Bomoseen Innâ€™s bar: Joanie! â€œIt seemed like all the sunlight in the world had been through a prism and attached to one girl.â€? On their third date, Joan revealed that she was a Castleton business major, â€œSo I immediately proposed. I needed her help!â€? In six months they married. For a while, they had only one other worker. Today, they employee 26 in Hydeville and 14 in Massachusetts. Hoping to expand his salvage yard eastward, Mark found headstones in the woods. Once he inquired, he heard stories about how, at recess, Hydeville 6th graders would â€œcross the railroad tracks and go out and sit in a memorial vault, smoking cigarettes.â€? For 20 years, Mark tried to buy land surrounding the cemetery from the town. He offered to clean out the many large trees and hired a Boston expert who used radar to locate the graves. They did this, added a perimeter boundary, and purchased the land that encircled it. He still maintains the area. When Mark started out, heâ€™d attend car auctions, inspect the vehicles, and buy whatever looked like a good investment. He sold mostly to nearby do-ityourself-ers. Today he buys and sells in a fast-moving global market. Now, the auction is on-line. Sophisticated software predicts a carâ€™s value and determines which parts to harvestâ€”on average 18. Instead of paying $400 for a car, he now might spend $5,000. And heâ€™s not just bidding against other Northeast buyers. It could be someone in Sri Lanka who scoops the deal, especially if
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itâ€™s a late-model SUV. A car that comes in at 8:00 a.m. is inventoried by 9:00, using a handheld computer. By noon, a parts list is on the Internet. Before 1:00 p.m., an insurance company might purchase something needed for a claim. The typical buyer is a large repair shop or new-car manufacturer. Only 5% of sales are to DIYers. Mark and 17 other automotive recyclers lease a Binghamton warehouse, where daily they exchange products. Mark also participates in a national group of 20 cuttingedge recyclers. At their meetingsâ€” Dallas, most recentlyâ€” he and colleagues share intimate details on revenue and expense, staffing levels, productivity rates, etc. Brownâ€™s workers always look great in those comparisons: their employees process an enviable eight cars a week. And those who finish eight by Thursday can have a three-day weekend if they want. Mark and Joanie have two children: Emily helps kids with special needs; Matt joined the family business after UVM. A purchaser, heâ€™s learning a lot about world economics, as he bids against buyers from, say, Afghanistan, where 1992-1998 Camrys are in high demand. Joanie is still involved in the business. â€œShe is the most organized and capable person I know.â€? Joanie and Mark run and bike. He telemark skis on weekends, preferring the backcountry. On Tuesday nights he and three friends hook up for something strenuous: â€œskinningâ€? up and cruising down Pico in winter, mountain biking with headlamps once the snow melts. The hamburgers, beer, and fellowship that follow are important too. With traditional values and genuine concern for the people he works with, Mark helps build our community every day. Editorâ€™s note: Joe Mark and his family moved to Castleton in 1980, when he took a position at Castleton State College. He served as dean of students and then, for 28 years, as academic dean before retiring in 2012. Joe can be reached at Joe. Mark@castleton.edu
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LSCCC to offer free Jr. golf clinics Young golfers will have an opportunity to refine their game this month at one of the areaâ€™s most popular golf courses. Matt Hibbert, head golf professional at the Lake St. Catherine Country Club, will offer free junior clinics from 10 to 11 a.m. every Saturday in May. Participants will receive instruction and tips on all aspects of their game, For more information, call the Lake St. Catherine pro shop at 287-9341.
You were wondering what to do for Motherâ€™s Day? Itâ€™s Momâ€™s Day! Sunday, May 11 is Motherâ€™s Day, and there are several possibilities locally for you to make this a special day for her. Celebrate mom in style in Brandon, where Brandon Music will present a traditional English style High Tea, featuring the music of Fred Barnes. Fred will serenade diners with music from the 1920â€™s era as might have been heard on â€œDownton Abbey,â€? along with light tunes and romantic ballads. English High Tea includes
toasted crumpets, a variety of small sandwiches, and a selection of traditional English desserts including a delightful strawberry trifle. Tickets for tea and music are $24. Brandon Music is located at 62 Country Club Road. Reservations are required for this event. To reserve tickets, call 802-465-4071 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. A Motherâ€™s Day tradition continues in Pawlet, as the Pawlet Volunteer Fire Department holds its annual Motherâ€™s Day Brunch on Sunday, May 11 at the Pawlet
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American Legion Post 69 will serve a Motherâ€™s Day Breakfast from 8 to 10 a.m. on Sunday, May 11. The all-you-can-eat breakfast features eggs to order, toast, bacon, sausage, pancakes, French toast, coffee and juice. Cost is just $4, and seniors dine for free. Donations will be accepted. For additional information, call the Legion at 802-375-6157. The active family can start Motherâ€™s Day with the Motherâ€™s Day 5K Fun Run in Poultney at 9:30 a.m. This
Musicians encouraged to join local band Do you enjoy music? Are you a musician looking to share volunteer time and talents with others for seasonal concerts in the Poultney and Granville areas? William D. â€œDocâ€? Williams, director of the State Line Band, wishes all band musicians, current and new, to know that a practice date is scheduled for Monday, May 20 at 7 p.m. It will be held at the
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Award-winning playwrights to perform â€˜Worldâ€™s Most Interesting Manâ€™ to speak at CSJ This year the winning authors come from New York, Massachusetts and Maine. All plays are one acts. The plays to be presented are Borderlands by Mona Z. Smith of Cold Spring, N.Y., The Day After Labor Day by Kathy Hooke of Portland, ME and Wonâ€™t Happen Again by Ron Radice of Andover, Mass. The playwrights will attend the rehearsals and performances of their plays and hold a Q&A with the audience following each Showcase performance, as well as receive a two hour dialogue about their plays with Steve Stettler, Producing Artistic Director of Weston Playhouse. A staged reading of the play is not like a fully mounted production. The actors carry their scripts in their hands and there
For the eighth year, Vermont Actorsâ€™ Repertory Theatre will present the winners of the â€œNorâ€™Eastern Playwrightsâ€™ Contestâ€? in the Norâ€™Eastern Showcase. The staged reading of the three winning plays will be held Friday, May 16 and Saturday, May 17 at 7:30 p.m. in the Brick Box at the Paramount Theatre in Rutland. The â€œNorâ€™Eastern Playwrightsâ€™ Showcaseâ€? is the culmination of a year-long play writing contest. There were 55 entries from nine northeastern states. Each play was given a reading by several panels of judges who didnâ€™t know the authorsâ€™ names or locations. The finalists were sent on to a final judge, a college and professional director.
is no scenery, special costumes or props. The actor studies his character under the guidance of the director and playwright. The actor relies on facial expressions and vocal qualities, rather than physical mannerisms to portray the character. The playwrights, directors and actors will be available after each of the two performances for a question and answer period with the audience. Tickets are available for $15 per person and may be purchased at the door, or, in advance, at www.Paramoutlive. org. Visit the ART website at: www.actorsrepvt.org and visit us on Facebook. For more information please call Peter Marsh at 282-3741.
Humane Society joining national adoption day More than 200 shelters and rescues in 14 communities throughout the United States are participating in the fifth annual Maddieâ€™s Pet Adoption Days sponsored by the Pleasanton, Calif. based Maddieâ€™s Fund. Maddieâ€™s Fund has set aside $10 million to provide shelters and rescue groups with an adoption stipend per pet adopted during the event. Stipends range from $500 to $2,000. Maddieâ€™s Pet Adoption Days
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Weis to discuss â€˜The Goldfinchâ€™ tonight in Poultney On Friday, May 9, at 7 p.m. the Poultney Public Library will delve a little deeper into â€œThe Goldfinchâ€? by Donna Tartt. The novel focuses around the painting, The Goldfinch, created by Carel Fabritius, which has been smuggled out of the Metropolitan Museum of Art after a terrorist bombing. The painting becomes a boyâ€™s prize, guilt, and burden.
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Cemetery work day next Saturday The Fair Haven Cemetery Committee will have a Work Day at Cedar Grove Cemetery in Fair Haven on Saturday, May 17 from 9 a.m. to noon. The committee needs some help with fixing head stones and cleaning some head stones. The committee, which has been working on the cemeteries for more than a year, hold work days on a montly basis. Meetings are held the second Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Fair Haven Municipal Center. Call 265-3340 for information.
/HWWHUV Director: Bomoseen Dance a huge success 7RWKHHGLWRU On Sunday, April 27, 2014, members, friends and supporters of the ARC Rutland Area welcomed in the end of winter by attending a great dance party sponsored by the American Legion Post #50, Sunshine Fund and the Bomoseen Grange. There were about 60 happy, dancing, laughing people who enjoyed the afternoon. These few hours at the dance give individuals and families who live with Developmental Disabilities a chance to relax and forget about the day to day issues that come with living with a disability. Transportation was arranged for those that needed a ride from Rutland by ARCâ€™s Elderly and Disabled transportation grant. That afternoon the hall was filled with music, munchies and plenty of dancing. DJ John Saltis provided a delightful assortment of music which allowed everyone to participate, dancing or listening. We offer special thanks to Greg Knapp at the American Legion Post #50 for opening the Legionâ€™s doors and accepting our event at last minute notice. Thanks must go to the members of the Bomoseen Grange for making this dance happen and to the Sunshine Fund for DJ and sodas. Many people helped but this on; Betty Dimick, Dolores Smiel, Steven
Smiel, Miriam St. George, Scott Colton, Shirley Graves, Al Goodermote, Joan Rossi, Fred Wortman, Debbie Wortman, Terry Stevens, John Dunlap, Rachael and Debbie Lizotte for their time to organize, set up, work the kitchen, serve the food, and clean up after. Their enthusiasm made the party a success; it is appreciated. We are thankful for the snacks and baked goods that were donated by families and friends of ARC, as with food comes more joy. To all who contributed in any way towards making this event such a good-timing, socializing, success for people with developmental disabilities, their families and friends, know that it was enjoyed! Seeing the community pull together to provide a wonderful event is always heartwarming. And at the End of Winter it feels even better! People with developmental disabilities need many people in their lives like the rest of us. Unfortunately, there are times when people with disabilities have only a few people in their circle and donâ€™t have all the social connections an individual without disabilities naturally has. If you would like to support a neighbor or acquaintance with a disability simply ask them if you can help. After sharing some time and your interests with them, you may find you
have a true and loyal friend. The Self Advocates Becoming Empowered â€“ Rutland and the Aktion Club Rutland County are getting ready for an active year, they could use some community support. If you would like to support either of these groups reach their yearly goals call ARC at 775-1370. Hereâ€™s looking forward to a Happy Spring. We have also just finished up a month celebration, as March was Developmental Disabilities Month. Donations from bottle returns will help with our budget and to keep the services we provide going. An Abilities Awareness workshop was provided at Community Access Program. The Diamond Run Mall allowed us to display our â€œCommon in the Communityâ€? puzzle project. ARC did a Dining to Donate fundraiser at Applebeeâ€™s and made plans for a Sibshop in May. ARC Rutland Area is looking forward to another great year of working with individuals and families with developmental disabilities. Dancing makes for good physical health, socializing makes for good mental health; we thank all for this opportunity. As the song goes, â€œI Hope You Danceâ€?.
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Back in the 1960s on a Friday night (It wouldnâ€™t have been a Saturday night because Les Parker wouldâ€™ve been calling the square dance sets at the Stage coach barn in Tinmouth and all of Middletown wouldâ€™ve been over there) youâ€™d find a bunch of Parker boys at the Hampton Manor. I guess thatâ€™s where I met most of them. Just like the rest of us, you get a
few pops and old Doc Jekyll sets in â€“ loud and clear. Now in the hardware store, Frank would come in all business-like. Now when his business was completed just give him a little jab and heâ€™d be off and running, having a helluva time. Gonna miss that nice guy! May god be with you, Frank Parker
Now here was a quiet sort of a guy. Raised as a member of a good-sized farm family in Orwell, George went into truck driving and became tops in the area. In retirement heâ€™d stop and have a visit at his Dunkin
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The Poultney High School Class of 2015 would like to thank the area businesses who gave donations to our recent Basket Raffle fundraiser: Taps, Middlebury Interactive Languages, Perryâ€™s Main Street Eatery, the Original Vermont
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Free Chef Demonstration The Kitchen Store at J.K. Adams Saturday, May 10th at 1 pm â€œThe Bounty of Springâ€? Join Amy Chamberlain, chef and owner of The Perfect Wife Restaurant and The Other Woman Tavern, as she shares recipes that highlight the bounty of spring. Recipes to include: â€˘ Spring Pea Flan with Sauteed Mushrooms â€˘ Bacon, Asparagus and Ricotta Tart â€˘ Frasier Cake Arrive early for best seating. Like J.K. Adams Co. on Facebook for current event information.
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Local author to sign, discuss new book May 14 On May 14 at 7 p.m., the Sidney Lea, and from Bill McKibben. Castleton Free It weaves sevLibrary will eral strands host a reading, back and forthâ€” discussion and childhood membook signing. ories of living M a r t h a under the shadMolnar, a reguow of the lar commentaHolocaust, movtor on Vermont ing from place Public Radio, to place, workhas a new book ing and raising of her essays, a family in an T a p r o o t : urban setting, Coming Home then finally putto Prairie Hill. 0DUWKD0ROQDU ting down roots The book has on the high hill won praise from our Vermont Poet Laureate, in Castleton where she and her
husband built a house. In this place they became deeply involved in the community. In addition to becoming a VPR commentator, Martha chairs the Friends of the Castleton Free Library and they are both very active members of a very active book club. After the reading there will be copies of Taproot available to buy and have signed. There will be goodies, coffee and tea and time to talk. The event is free and open to the public. If you have questions, call Meg or Jan at 468-5574 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conservation district to improve water quality %\ +LODU\ 6RORPRQ DQG -HQ landowners. The District chose $OH[DQGHU 14 projects as top priorities for The Poultney Mettowee Natural Resources Conservation District has secured a grant through the Agency of Natural Resources (ANR) Ecosystem Restoration Program to begin work this spring on a project that will improve water quality in the Mettowee River and Lake Champlain. Phosphorus pollution is one of the most pressing issues facing Lake Champlain. The District has been developing water quality projects in the Mettowee Watershed, which drains to Lake Champlain near Whitehall, N.Y. Throughout 2013, staff reviewed water quality data for the region and met with landowners to identify projects that would help reduce phosphorus contributions to the Lake. The direct result of this work was a list of potential projects that were ranked as high priorities by a steering committee comprised of natural resource conservation groups and local
implementation andbegan actively seeking grants to facilitate the various water quality improvements. The farm that is receiving the grant has been working with the Districtâ€™s Outreach Ag ronomist, Jennifer Alexander, for several years. They have implemented water quality improvement projects such as constructing exclusion fencing to keep their animals fromentering a tributary to the Mettowee River, creating a designated stream crossing, installing a watering source for the animals (who no longer have access to the stream, diverting clean water from animal management areas, and a number of additional herd and manure management changes that will help to protect water quality. Even with all of the changes, there was a remaining drainage issue that, if left unchecked, had potential to cause pollution
to a nearby stream. During heavy rain events, clean rainwater from the barn roof mixed with manurein the manure handling area and drained toward the stream. The solution was to construct a roof over the manure handling area and divert clean roof water into underground pipes where it will beconveyed to a clean area on the farm and allowed to infiltrate into the soil. The construction for this project will occur over the summer of 2014. The District will continue to seek funding for projects on our priority list and will work to coordinate their implementation as funds become available. If you have any questions or project suggestions, call Hilary Solomon, PMNRCD District Manager, or Jen Alexander, PMNRCD Professional Outreach Agronomist, at (802) 287-8339.
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said. â€œWe have interactive train sets, local exhibitors under the tent, and for the kids, a roaming railroad that will do laps around the parking lot.â€? They will also have the â€œgreat domeâ€? car 10031 and a P42 locomotive on display at the event. The train day coincides with a couple other events including the opening of the Rutland County outdoors farmers market at Depot Park and the 50th anniversary of the Vermont railway system. â€œStarting at 10 a.m. then again at 2 p.m. there will be a free ride on the railroad to Florence and back,â€? Donahue said. â€œThe ride is part of the Vermont rail systems 50th anniversary celebration and everyone is welcome but seats are limited.â€? Admission is free. For more information contact the Rutland Chamber of Commerce at 773-2747.
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The Lake St. Catherine Conservation Fund, Inc. will hold its annual members meeting on Saturday, May 24, at 10 a.m. at the Wells Village School. Anyone who is interested is encouraged to come and learn about restoring the lake. Members will present information on: â€˘Lake Aeration success and future plans â€˘Milfoil-destroying Weevil Project â€˘Hydro-raking Management Program â€˘Lakeshore Management â€˘Hydraulic Dredging Test Project During the meeting, members will also conduct elections for Board of Directors. This yearâ€™s slate of candidates include: Bill Steinmetz, David Emmons, Bill Frye, Lee Evans, Fran Gilman, Tim Makepeace, Paul Dufresne, KG Lyford, Bob Short, Tina Peterson, Joel Pliner. Nominations from the floor are also welcome. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Radio host coming to Paramount The host of This American Life, Ira Glass will present an inside look at his craft at The Paramount Theatre on Saturday, May 17 at 8 PM. Vermont Public Radio presents a riveting look into This American Life, the public radio show that continues to push the boundaries of broadcast journalism. For one night only, join Ira Glass -- radio pioneer, host, and creator of This American Life -- as he recreates the sound of the show right in front of the audience by mixing live onstage stories with pre-taped quotes and music, while also featuring a â€œbest of â€? segment from the seriesâ€™ funniest moments. His quirky, unassuming and impossible not-tolike persona translates to the stage as well as through radio waves.
â€œMr. Glass is a journalist but also a storyteller who filters his interviews and impressions through a distinctive literary imagination, an eccentric intelligence, and a sympathetic heart...â€? said the New York Times. Under Glassâ€™s editorial direction has lead This American Life to receive several Peabody and DuPontColumbia awards. The show premiered on Chicagoâ€™s public radio station WBEZ in 1995 and is now heard on more than 500 public radio stations each week by over 1.7 million listeners. Tickets ($59.75 - $64.75) are available by calling (802) 7750903, or online at the venueâ€™s website www.paramountvt.org. The Paramount Theatre is located at 30 Center Street in downtown Rutland.
Rupert FD hosting basket party Rupert Volunteer Fire Department is holding a basket party on May 10, 2014. The doors open at 11 a.m. and the drawing starts at 1 p.m. The initial ticket is $5 and additional tickets will be $2. There will be a scoop lunch sold, that will include macaroni and cheese, baked beans, ziti, and much more. There are baskets from RK Miles, Riley Rink, Applebees, JK Adams, Mettowee Mill
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Crafts in Wells Local residents will have a chance to continue learning new crafts at the Wells Village Library in Wells, Vt. On Monday May 19, guests will learn how to create a junk jewelry pin with Becky Corey. The event will begin at 6:30pm. No experience is necessary. For more information and to register, please call 654-0611. Also, as a reminder to those spring cleaning, if you have books to donate, please keep the library in mind. A Fantastic Bargain Book and Tag Sale will be held on July 5, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Modern Woodman Tin Building. You can drop off your donations at the library.
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The Haystack Hustlers have two events in May. On May 13 at noon, Haystack Hustler Seniors will meet at the Pawlet Church for a Pot Luck Lunch. The program will be â€œAll About Honey Bees,â€? presented by beekeeper Stewart Dittmeier. The lunch also includes the usual 50/50 Raffle. Attendees are encouraged to bring items for the Pawlet Food Shelf. The final lunch for the season will be held on May 27 at noon at the Mettowee Community School. The students will present a program, which is always a surprise and educational as well as entertaining. The cost for this lunch is $3.50. Reservations must be made by calling Phyllis Mason at 3253196. A 50/50 raffle will be held and items will be collected for the Pawlet Food Shelf. Looking ahead, an auto trip is being planned on June 10 to Blue Spruce Farm in Bridport, Vt. Watch for further information.
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Anderson to speak on â€œFourteenth colonyâ€? Carving studio to host show On Saturday, May 10 at 3 p.m., military historian and author Mark R. Anderson will speak at the Hubbardton Battlefield State Historic Site in Hubbardton about The Battle for the Fourteenth Colony and the years 1774-76 when the American colonies campaigned to try to bring Quebec into the Continental confederation. Andersonâ€™s new book of the same title is the first full treatment in over 100 years of this fascinating and little-known chapter in Revolutionary War history. The event, which is free and
open to the public, is made possible by the University Press of New England, the bookâ€™s publisher, and the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation. Copies of the book will be available for purchase and signing by the author. Anderson is an independent historian and retired U.S. Air Force officer who currently serves as a civilian military planner for the U.S. government. He earned his B.A. in history from Purdue University and his M.A. in military studies from American Military University.
Anderson also will be speaking on the same subject on Sunday, May 11, at 1 p.m. at the Bennington Battle Monument State Historic Site, 15 Monument Circle, in Bennington. The Hubbardton Battlefield is the site of the only Revolutionary battle on Vermont soil. The site is located in Hubbardton on Monument Hill Road. The regular season starts on Saturday, May 24. The site will be open Thursday through Sunday and Monday holidays, through Oct. 13.
Fred Barnes to perform Sunday in Brandon For Motherâ€™s Day, Brandon Music presents a traditional English style High Tea, featuring the music of Fred Barnes. Fred will serenade diners with music from the 1920s era as might have been heard on â€œDownton Abbey,â€? plus the light tunes and romantic ballads he is known for. Douglas Anderson, executive director of the Middlebury Town Hall Theater, says â€œFred
Barnes is a master. He commands a seemingly endless repertoire of standards, all served up with breath-taking technique. Iâ€™d say that no one plays piano like this anymore, except that thereâ€™s nothing old-fashioned about his playing. In Fredâ€™s hands, even the oldest standard becomes as fresh as the day it was written.â€? English High Tea includes toasted crumpets with honey
butter, a variety of small sandwiches, fat rascals, treacle tart, a selection of small cakes, and finished with a delightful English strawberry trifle. High Tea will be served by reservation only on May 11 from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets for tea and music are just $24. Reserve your spot by calling 802-465-4071 or e-mail info@ brandon-music.net. Info: www.brandon-music.
The Carving Studio and Sculpture Center announces the opening reception for the Annual Membersâ€™ Show on Saturday, May 31, 2014 from 5 to 7 p.m. All members of the nonprofit arts education organization have the opportunity to show their work in this popular exhibition at the Gallery, 259 Marble Street. An eclectic mix of techniques and media are always represented and art-
Rutland Rec. accepting registrations Rutland Recreation Department is accepting registrations for Tee Ball, Mitey Mites, Majors and Junior League baseball. Tee ball is for those entering Kindergarten or first grade in the fall of 2014. Mitey Mites is for those entering grades second or third grade in the fall of 2014 and Junior League is for those that are age 13 by May 1 and players canâ€™t be 16 before May 1. Tee ball and Mitey Mites run from June 17 through July 23 and Junior League runs from mid-June through midAugust. Majors baseball has already started however there is still room on teams. Players must currently be in fifth or sixth grade. For more information call 802-773-1822 or register at rutlandrec.com
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BABY EXERSAUCER good shape with lots of activities. $10. 802-375-6783 BABY REED ORGAN Mason Hamlin, antique, needs some work, beautiful finish. $60. 518-677-3072 BABY SWING lights, music, good shape. $10. 802-3756783 BASSINET Arms Reach CoSleeper, cream color, w/carrying bag, instructions, very good cond. $58. 518-6864867 BAT H RO O M S H E LV I N G stand alone over toilet, white. $10 obo. 518-638-8801 BATHTUB light gray pearl, excellent condition. $99. 518-677-8154 Text BICYCLE Huffy menâ€™s 18 speed, 26in, mountain, silver, needs TLC. $15. 518692-9754
BICYCLE Womenâ€™s Raleigh 16â€?, 26â€? wheels, 7 speed, excellent condition. $70. 802282-1729 B L U E TO OT H H E A D S E T Plantronics Voyager Pro w/ charger & USB cable, orig packaging. $35. 518-9552499 BOOKSHELF/DOLL HOUSE house shaped, 4ft wide x 5ft tall, 5 shelves. $45. 518-642-2736 BREAST COLLAR Tucker, black. $50. 518-677-8921 BULLET MOLD twin 44 call or 45 cal, very old. $25. 802287-9462 CAMERA Minolta x-370. $40. 518-638-8603
C B R A D I O C o b ra , n i g h t watch, 40 channel, like new. $40. 802-310-3624 C D / R A D I O L e n n ox d i s c player, detachable speaker system, like new. $20 obo. 518-638-8801 CHAINSAW CASE, brand n ew, u n i ve r s a l t y p e, f i t s many brands of saws up to 24â€? bars. $35. 518-855-4044 CHAINSAW Husqvarna 65, runs, needs work. $40. 518677-5816 CHARCOAL GRILL Weber Smokey Joe, portable, never used, brand new. $23. 518584-9240 CHEST OF DRAWERS 5 drawers, 31W x 18D x 46.5H. $50. 518-639-8900
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COLLECTORS BOX SET Led Zepplin set of four cds, original box. $50 obo. 518301-1200 COLLECTORS DOLL Flip Wilson/Geraldine cloth talking doll, autographed, orig box. $99 obo. 518-301-1200 COMPUTER DESK cherry stained, mission style, 24x54 w/hidden drawer & removable desktop cubbie & matching file folder that can roll under desk. $30. 518638-8476 COMPUTER KEYBOARD brand new, never used. $20. 518-686-5003 C O O K S TOV E e l e c t r i c , works. $15. 802-287-9966 CPAP MACHINE with heat and mask, used very little. $99. 802-768-8545
DESK antique keyhole oak veneer, tip down front, one drawer, two doors. $99. 802375-6783 DESK four drawers, three shelves for books. $99. 518642-0578 DISHWARE SET Noritake, Blue Hill Pattern, service for 12, includes service pieces. $99. 518-584-1855 DOG CRATE medium, folds for storage, like new. $20. 802-282-1729 DOWNRIGGERS electric, 12 volt, long arm, short arm. $60 obo. 518-499-0918 ELECTRIC MOTOR 5 HP, 3-phase, 208/230/460, EC, $50. 518-692-8125 ELECTRIC WOK excellent condition. $13. 518-584-9240
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GOLF CLUBS Adams, irons 3 through pitching wedge, ver y good condition. $50. 518-638-8369
LADDER TREE STAND approximately 16â€™ high, sturdy. $50. 518-677-5098
MATTRESS PAD king size, magnetic therapy, hundreds embedded magnets, thick & luxurious, like new. $95. 518639-8900
MOTORCYCLE HELMET VOX full face flip up front, white, size M. $49 obo. 518854-9729
PELLET RIFLE Daisy break action with scope, muzzle velocity, 1000fps. $70. 518638-8603
PS3 GAMES 7 games in all, (3) rated M, (4) rated T, good condition. $35. 518-796-7897
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FERAL CAT TRAP Havahart, also for domestic cat transport, never used. $50. 518-686-8223
GOWN size 14, elegant, turquoise, off 1 shoulder, sheer back, silver beading, brand new. $60. 802-375-6954
FLOORING NAILER manual with mallet, Bostitch. $75. 802-325-3709
GOWN size 10, elegant, turquoise, off 1 shoulder, sheer back, silver beading, brand new. $60. 802-375-6954
FLY ROD bamboo, no reel, four sections, 18+ ft, brass connections, antique. $45. 518-421-7926
GUITAR Indiana acoustic with tuner, gig bag and strap. $75. 518-677-3072
LAWN MOWER 5 HP, new rope, all tuned, starts quick. $89 obo. 518-222-3197 LAWN MOWER Murray with rear bagger, runs great. $79 obo. 518-222-3197 LEAF BLOWER Husquavar na, recently ser viced, hand held, two cycle. $75. 518-260-8048 LEATHER JACKET Wilson Leather, womens size small, brand new, never worn. $79. 518-744-2696
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LEATHER JACKET Womens, black with removable faux collar, excellent condition. $35. 518-584-9240
FUTON natural wood, queen size, black. $60. 518-5876103
HOME GYM Weider 8530, incl squat station, leg press & lateral pull, good condition. $99. 518-854-3637
LINCOLN ARC WELDER AC 40, 225 amp, leads and some welding rods. $99. 518-260-9201
INFANT CAR SEAT & base, Graco, light blue. $50 obo. 518-366-1520
LITTLEST PET SHOP house pets, 2 extra small cottages, misc. $15. 518664-2237
FUTON queen size, blue cushion, solid wood, excellent condition. $99. 518-5076292 G I R L S S U M M E R CLOTHES bag full, excellent condition. $5. 518-852-8844 G O L F B AG G o l f S m i t h brand, red & black, lots of pockets, very good condition. $45. 518-421-7926
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LUMBAR BACK CUSHION for wheelchair, new in original wrapping. $20. 518-8549506
MENâ€™S CLOTHES 5 pairs of shorts size XL, 5 shirts size XL. $10. 518-852-8844 MENâ€™S CLOTHES 5 pairs of shorts size XXL, 5 shirts size XXL, worn & washed one time. $10. 518-852-8844 MICROSOFT OFFICE Home & Student 2007 in original packaging with full license. $30. 518-955-2499 MODEL SHIP Galleon 3masted, wooden, 5 feet long, 3.5 feet tall. $60. 802-4685556
NASCAR DEALER KIT Talladega Nights, 60 pcs, keychains, pins, magnets, air fresheners. $30. 518-8547111 NEW HITACHI 10â€? miter saw, 15 AMP, 5000 RPM, 5 year professional warranty, $89. 518-361-2930. NIGHT STAND oak, natural wood, with drawer. $60. 518587-6103
POOL ITEMS deck ladder, vacuum hose, skim net, float chair, fountain, etc. $45. 518692-9754 POOL PUMP 1hp, single s p e e d fo r a b ove gr o u n d pools, 2yr old, works great. $50. 518-692-9754 POOL SAND FILTER 18â€? meteor for above ground pools, hoses, good condition. $35. 518-692-9754
MOTORCYCLE 1/2 HELMET black, leather, neck band, XL. $30. 518-686-5003
OFFICE CHAIR green, adjustable, ver y good. $35. 802-265-8650
POSTCARDS mini souvenir books, 25 collected in 1950s and 1960s. $90. 518-3696482
MOTORCYCLE JACKET & PANTS black, leather, size M, no marks/scuffs, excellent cond. $99 obo. 518-8549729
OLYMPIC WEIGHTS 250lbs total, w/steel bench bar, curling bar, french curl bar, good condition. $99. 518-282-9947
POWER PAINTER Wagner, wide shot pro, slightly used. $50. 518-854-3305
MOTORCYCLE JACKET & PANTS Joe Rocket, grey, m e s h , s i ze M , ex c e l l e n t cond. $99 obo. 518-8549729
OTTERBOX DEFENDER for iPhone 4/4s, white & light grey, excellent cond, used 1 week. $10. 518-369-8483 OVERSIZED CHAIR. $25. 518-584-1855
QUAD CANE adjustable, 4 feet with rubber tips and padded handle. $15 obo. 518854-9506 RADIAL ARM SAW BLADE Ryobi, size 8 1/4â€?. $45. 518638-8603 R E E D P U S H M OW E R antique, in good working condition. $60. 518-677-3072 R E F R I G E R AT O R w i t h freezer, almond color, full size. $90. 518-587-6103 RIDING HELMET Aegis, dial a size, good condition. $25. 518-677-8921 ROCKING CHAIR antique carved back, oak, spindle needs to be re-glued. $50. 518-686-4867 ROUGH CUT LUMBER mixture of 2x4 and 2x6. $90. 518-854-9269
PROFILE SANDER Porter Cable 444, w/case & rubber profiles, sandpaper & accs, like new. $80. 518-692-9292
S A D D L E PA D W e s t e r n Tacky, red, good condition. $10. 518-677-8921
PS3 GAME The Godfather II rated M, good condition. $10. 518-796-7897
SCOPE Simmons Model 1280 with tripod and case, 15 45x50, waterproof. $40. 518-642-8126
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BOILER OPERATOR DTZ/UGL services is currently accepting applications for a swing shift boiler operator for its Poultney location. Applicant must have prior experience with industrial boilers and steam distribution and have solid mechanical skills. Please call 802-287-8361 to set up an interview.
BIRDSEYE DINER in Castleton, FT/PT night cook position. Experience preferred Call Robert, 802-468-2213 EXPERIENCED TREE CLIMBER CDL required, full time, pay based on experience. Gould Lawn & Landscaping @ 518-499-0307 FOREVER GREEN LANDSCAPING and Excavation is looking for someone w/experience to drive dump truck and run equipment. Call Rob @ 802-287-1427 MECHANIC- diesel trucks, 48â€™-53â€™ trailers, reg. shop duties, own tools, hosp., pd. vac., & hol., 401K avail., pay commensurate with experience. EOE-immed. opening. St Ann Transportation 518-639-8888
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SCROLL SAW Craftsman 16â€?, excellent condition. $75. 518-854-3305
TELEVISION 15â€? Magnavox HD, flat scree, excellent condition. $55. 518-421-7926
SECTIONAL SOFA brown, with corner piece, recliner, sleeper bed. $60 obo. 518638-8801
TELEVISION 19â€? Orion, color, great condition. $20 obo. 518-301-1200
UTILITY TRAILER 5x8, 2000 lb capacity, new lights, new spare wheel/tire, with 18â€? high rack, rack made out of 1x4 treated lumber bolted to frame. $600. 518-7473812
SHOWER BENCH adjustable, 300lb capacity, padded arms, excellent condition. $40 obo. 518-854-9506 SKATES Bladerunner, 78 mm max wheel size, size 9, mint. $30. 802-265-8650 SKI/SNOWBOARD TRAVEL CASE adjustable, lockable, wheels for transport. $50. 518-260-8048 SLATE FLOORING Grade A, gray, 6x6. $50. 518-8543305 SNOW SHOES Tubbs, child size, with LL Bean poles, like new condition. $50. 518-6775816 SOUND BOARD 16 channel Electro Voice, EQ with auxiliary send/loop. $75. 518260-8048 SOUVENIR SPOONS 20 collected in 1950s and 1960s. $75. 518-369-6482 SPEAKER OR AMP crate k10XL, 30 watts. $30. 802265-3696
TODDLER BED light oak, brand new. $30 obo. 518366-1520 TOTE PURSE large, D&B with logo. $50. 518-686-4867
6 â€™ YO R K R A K E 3 p o i n t hitch, excellent condition, $325. 518-854-9269
TRAILER TIRE 4.80-12 with rim, some tread. $15. 518260-9201
BRUSH HOG 6â€™ King Kutter. Very good condition, $800 fir m. N. Hebron 518-6420756
TV STAND large, black top a n d b o t t o m w / t wo g l a s s shelves, 41.5W x 21.5D x 21.5H. $50. 518-639-8900 VANITY STOOL. $15. 802768-8545 WEDDING DRESS Eden Bridal, size 12, sheer straps w/beads, satin design, hemline same. $99. 802-3624214 WOOD LATHE 12â€?, vintage mid 1960â€™s, includes many chisels. $99. 802-325-3709
TABLE TOP large round, 60â€? diameter, 2.5â€? thick, medium brown, solid & heavy duty. $40. 518-639-8900 TARPAULIN canvas, heavy duty cover, approx 7â€™ x 9â€™. $30. 518-632-5494
CUTTING TORCH â€œHarrisâ€? complete set, med. duty w/3 cutting tips & 3 welding tips, car t & extra hoses. $150. 802-645-9752 GENERAC GENERATOR 1600 watt, model 005792-3, used once, like new. $400. 518-692-9807 GENERAC GENERATOR 6250 watts, on wheels, fully serviced, little use, excellent condition, stored inside, Tecumseh engine. $325. 518753-4009 LAZY BOY full size couch, plaid, paid $700, will sell for $150. 518-642-9736 RING POOL 19x42, $150. 518-692-7688
STANDING SEWING BOX. $10. 802-768-8545
STONE WARMER Professional massage, excellent condition. $75. 518-854-3305
TOY TRACTOR TRAILER Target truck with numerous cars, truck holds all cars. $10. 518-664-2237
STABILITY BALL Weight Watchers. $25. 518-7967897
STEREO UNIT RCA w/ DVD, radio, turntable, enclosed glass cabinet, various size speakers. Needs TLC. $75 obo. 802-375-1256
S N OW B L OW E R TO RO, 18â€? width, 87cc OHV 4-cycle, brand new, paid $400. Sell for $300. 802-645-9130
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SOLID HARDWOOD OAK finish self storing leaf table and six chairs, paid $1500. Moving: will sell for $500. 518-642-9736 SWIMMING POOL 18â€™x52â€?, ladder, pump, earth filter, solar & winter covers, $750. 802-287-0577 TWIN BEDROOM SET with mattress, 2 side tables, 6 drawer dresser with mirror, $150. 518-692-7688
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EAGLE BRIDGE 137 Eagle Br idge Road. May 10-11 9am-4pm. HUGE SALE. Camping, fishing, household i t e m s, DV D â€™s, f u r n i t u r e, tools, Pampered Chef, mini upright freezer, knives and LOTS MORE.
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SECOND CUTTING HAY for sale. $4 bale. 802-2351264
SAVE THE DATE THURMAN TOWN WIDE MAY 16, 17 & 18 Follow pink signs from I-87 Exit 23 ThurmanTownwideSale.com YARD SALE Mercy Farm, 56 Howard Hill Rd, Benson, VT (off 22A & Mill Pond Rd) Sat. May 10 9am-2pm, beds, couches, lamps, bedding frames, & many other items.
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.CYPCPF )CTFGP CUB CADET SELF PROPELLED 21in, 179 Kawasaki engine, electric start, with bagger, new service & parts. $200. 518-695-3228
LOG LENGTH FIREWOOD By the truck load. Hardwood. 518-677-8921/518-681-0227.
FOR SALE riding lawn mowers. $125-$500. 518-6423776
FREE HORSE MANURE Great for gardens, super for lawns, some compost, some fresh. 518-854-9890
FREE Dock, 20ft, wood with hardware at Lake St Catherine. 845-462-2876
DOG BOARDING $8/day, Please provide your dogâ€™s food. 518-642-3729
TURKEY GUN Savage 24V over & under .223/12ga. 3-9 variable scope black composite stock $550 obo 802287-2588
FREE HEAT AND HOT WATER. Eliminate monthly heating bills with an OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE from Central Boiler. Beecrofts LLC 518-753-4402
FREE Aeolian Player piano, needs assembling, does not work, includes 30+ rolls. You pick up. 518-664-2237
HONDA POWER MOWER walk behind, never rust, Versa mow system, 190 engine, $600 new, excellent condition, $250. 802-287-9655
PETS-LIVESTOCK (CTO#PKOCNU WANTED: Will take FREE goats, rabbits, sheep, laying hens, dogs. Will pick up. 518-642-3776
*C[)TCKP F I R S T C U T H AY N ev e r been wet, 40-50 lb square bales, $3 bale. 518-686-1709 ROUND BALES horse grade & beef grade. Never wet. Done right. Deliver y avail. Triple I farms. 518-6861769
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REAL ESTATE /QDKNG/QFWNCT *QOGU 1980 MOBILE HOME setup in park, 3 full size bedrooms, fully reconditioned. $17,500. Call 518-677-5438 for details. 1983 MOBILE HOME 14 x 70, 3 bedroom, stove and refrigerator included, you must move. 802-293-5116
RENTALS #RCTVOGPVU GRANVILLE 2bdr m, upstairs, utils included, electric is expensive, security dep & ref. 518-632-5023 SALEM/HEBRON 2bdrm up & 3bdrm down. $650 & $685 month + util. Private decks, garage. 516-946-5767 WHITEHALL 4bdrm apartment, 2 up/2 down, w/heat, garage, storage, pantry, off street parking, $1150/mth. Sec/ref. 518-932-4654
HAMPTON 2bdrm, 2 bath on private lot, $850/mth, 1st month, last & security required. 1 stall garage, 802-265-3766 or 518-2653146.
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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
B OAT 1 4 F T a l u m i n u m Grumman, 8 hp Yamaha, Load-Rite stainless trailer, nearly new canvas cover, accs. $1,875. 802-645-9724
1997 F150 space cab work truck, no rear seat, needs exhaust and gas tank, $1500. 518-577-4115
1989 PACE ARROW motor home, Class A, 454 Chevy engine, needs some work, 89,000 miles, $2995. 802265-3635
2000 HONDA CRV many new par ts, runs good inspected, 280K. $1400. 802293-5210 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 2005 CHRYSLER PACIFICA LIMITED, AWD/125k, original owner, well maintained, 3rd seat, heated leather, sunroof, HID headlights, looks & runs great! $5950 obo. 518-639-8900 2007 HYUNDAI SONATA 98000 miles, new tires & battery, great shape, one owner. $6500. 518-527-6339 2007 PONTIAC G6 GT excellent condit ion, power 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 FORD FOCUS SES. 5 speed, 60,200 miles, sunroof, AC, PW, great condition, comes w/4 winter tires, $8500/obo. 802-265-3649
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BOAT MOTOR TRAILER 40HP, runs good, $1200. 802-293-5210
%CORGTU6TCKNGTU 06 MONTANA 5TH WHEEL 29â€™, 2 slide outs, non-smoking, excellent condition. 802442-4505 or eve 802-4424717 1984 JUBILEE CAMPER 8 cyl W/B, sleeps 6, 54,000 miles, good shape, $2000. 518-642-2163 1988 TERRY 15â€™ CAMPER Used very little, good clean condition, $2000. 802-2658829
%QOOGTEKCN 'SWKROGPV 9 1 I N T E R N AT I O N A L DUMP TRUCK $3000 obo. Serious inquires only. 518307-1340
(CTO'SWKROGPV 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 C L A A S RO U N D BA L E R Rollant #62, makes 4X5 bales, field ready, $4000. 518-695-6180 INTERNATIONAL Full size antique tractor, all reconditioned, 12 volt, $3000. 802235-2137
(QWT9JGGN&TKXG 1994 CHEVY S-10 4 wheel drive, 6 cylinder, automatic, extra cab, $2500 or best offer. Call 518-522-5950
2002 DODGE DAKOTA SLT 4x4, 60K, V6, long bed w/ floor mat, alum. plate tool box, AC, radio disc, good rubber & condition. $5495. 802-645-9752 2002 GMC EXTENDED CAB Z71 good condition, clean, $7000/obo. 518-6927339 2003 CHEVY S-10 Extended cab, new brakes, new wheel hubs, shocks, ball joints, more. Runs good. $1900. 518-854-7608
/QVQTE[ENGU 1990 HD FXRS 1300cc, new tires, $6000. 802-325-3127 1992 HONDA NIGHTHAWK low milage, very good condition. $950 fir m. 518-6860027 1994 HONDA GOLDWING SE 1500cc, 54,000 miles, excellent shape, $5500. 518692-8489 1999 HD SPORTSER 1200 custom, 10,400 miles, lots of chrome, new tires & battery, spotless. $6,800. 802-2822803 2004 KAWASAKI 750 VULCAN, new tires & battery, 14,300 miles. $1500. 518692-8519 2005 KAWASAKI Z750S blue sport bike, cruiser, 7500 miles, like new, $2500 OBO. 518-282-9972 2006 HARLEY DAVIDSON Ultra Classic, $12,000. 802770-2292 HD 97 1200 DYNO air cleaner, big boar, pipes & mufflers, sissy bar, paint, etc. 6,400 miles, $6,500. 802265-8822
#68Ĺ?U 5PQYOQDKNGU 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.
2KEMWRU6TWEMU 8CPU 1994 FORD F250 with Fisher all angle plow and dump body. $1,400 or $1,000 without dump. 802-236-9668 1999 FORD RANGER standard, 2wd, 5 spd, 4 cyl. $500. 802-394-7885 2004 CHEVY EXPRESS Van, a/c, floor mats, roof rack, good tires, runs good. $6,500. 802-783-8122 2 0 0 9 TOYOTA TAC O M A Access Cab, 4 cyl, 5 speed, 85k miles, well maintained. $15,500. 802-645-0080
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