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111 to graduate from FHUHS tonight For one group of students at Fair Haven Union High tonight officially marks the end of their time as high school students. Fair Haven Union High School will host its annual commencement ceremonies at tonight at 7 p.m. The plan is for the ceremony to held outdoors on LaPlaca Field, with the gymnasium in reserve if the weather is poor.
After more than 12 years of reading, writing and arithmetic, 111 students will receive their diplomas. Emily Billado, this yearâ€™s valedictorian and Grady McIntyre, this yearâ€™s salutatorian will both speak during the ceremony. Upon graduation, Billado will head to the nationâ€™s capital to study Fine Arts and Theatre at American University; while McIntyre will be
attending the United States Military Academy at West Point. A number of school officials will also speak during the ceremony, including the principal and vice principal. Besides speakers and the presentation of diplomas, the ceremony will also included the presentation of awards. A grand total of $43,000 cash will be awarded, as well as potential scholarship
money, amounting up to $444,000 for those who have earned these accolades. If the graduation ceremony is held outdoors, it will be open to the public. If the ceremony needs to be moved indoors, only tickets holders will be permitted inside the gymnasium. For additional information call the school at 265-4966.
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The Fair Haven Concerts in the Park begin their 2014 summer season on Thursday, June 19 in the Fair Haven Park, located in the center of town. The 10 concerts are held on Thursdays, June 19 through Aug. 21. The concerts go on 7KH6WDUOLQH5K\WKP%R\V rain or shine. The rain location is the Fair Haven Baptist Church, located at the south end of the park.
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rockabilly music with very strong country harmony duet vocals. Their repertoire consists of many originals, mainly written by Bratcher, as well as covers of both classic and obscure numbers. The Starline Rhythm Boys have appeared at almost every type of venue, as well as on radio and TV. They have released seven recordings, three of which won â€œ#1 Album of the Yearâ€? (2002, 2007 and 2009 respectively) on the Freeform American Roots (FAR) chart based in Austin, Texas. The first concert will also feature the first of four free ice cream nights. Hot dogs, soda, water and popcorn are also available for purchase. Intermissions each week are highlighted by the drawings for door prizes. These prizes are generously donated by local businesses. The Concerts in the Park are sponsored by many faithful supporters and we thank them for their continued and generous support. A list of sponsors is printed on the back of the 2014 Summer Season Schedule. These schedules can be picked up at various locations in the area.
Paramount to screen World Cup The Paramount Theatre will broadcast games from the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The screenings, which are free of charge, are a continuation of the theatreâ€™s Sports: Live in HD Series. Games that will broadcast include England versus Italy at 6 p.m. on June 14; Ghana versus USA at 6 p.m. on June 16; USA
versus Portugal at 6 p.m. on June 22; and USA versus Germany at noon on June 26 Refreshments, including an assortment of beer, wine, soft drinks and snack foods will be available for purchase at the venue. The Paramount Theatre is located at 30 Center Street in downtown Rutland, Vt.
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Pete &RQWLQXHGIURPIURQWSDJH ically Otisville in the Catskills, where an uncle lived. When his dad landed a farm job, they moved to Livingston Manor. Later, his father switched to construction, ultimately coowning the business. With no sibling until 1963, Pete spent lots of time alone, mostly in the woods. He developed a strong work ethic. By 13, he painted houses, joining his father in construction at 16. Reflecting on his early employment, he observed, â€œItâ€™s just what they [my parents] expected of me. I never questioned it.â€? Peteâ€™s schooling didnâ€™t start well. His family spoke only German at home, and his teachers found his language skills weak, so they sent him for speech therapy and assigned him to a low group. In 3rd grade mom and dad complained about his placement. He moved up and soon became an excellent pupil. As a freshman, he stood 6â€™6â€? tall. The basketball coach recruited him, of course, but Peteâ€™s parents opposed his participation. In Germany, only girls played that sport. Boys played fussballâ€”soccer. Eventually, they relented. He wasnâ€™t very good at first: just two points a game. But he got better, and as a junior joined four senior starters on a team that went 29-2 and made it to the finals. He averaged 27 points per game his last year. Pete also took his academics seriously, excelling in math and science. Mr. Mulig, a favorite, taught him mathematics all four years. Pete proudly recalls getting 100s in every test, including all math Regents exams. He also liked music teacher Mr. Newton. Pete played clarinet in a band that, performing the most challenging repertoire, consistently earned top scores in statewide competitions. He served as class president his junior and senior years. With outstanding grades,
Berries &RQWLQXHGIURPIURQWSDJH the Historical Society on the Green. â€œItâ€™s just fun,â€? said Pat Hemenway, one of the organizers. â€œItâ€™s a great way to kick off the summer.â€? The festival is embraced by the community, from those to help with preparation to those who attend. Hemenway noted that many people â€“ not just historical society members â€“ come the day before to help prepare the strawberries for serving in strawberry shortcake. â€œItâ€™s very well supported,â€? she commented. The event is typically attended by about 400 people, Hemenway said. Festival-goers will enjoy not just strawberry shortcake, but also several local vendors and craft demonstrations. Tables will be decorated with â€œwonderfulâ€? floral arrangements by Winsome Moran.
test scores, and extracurricular achievements, many colleges wanted Pete. He chose St. Lawrence. They offered him a full scholarship with wonderful academic privileges. He majored in chemistry, joined a fraternity, and met his future wife, Pat. He enjoyed playing basketball his first year; but
+3HWHU'LHUFNVHQ0' ,Q DIWHU FRPSOHWLQJ PHG VFKRRO when a foul-mouthed, demeaning new coach took over the program, he and several teammates switched to intramurals. Graduating fifth in a class of over 500, Pete had no trouble gaining admission to his firstchoice medical school, Syracuse. He married Pat in his last year there. A residency in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, provided rich and diverse training. Thinking about where to live, the Diercksens considered communities across New York and New England. In 1982, they chose Castleton, in part for the schools. Much has changed in his profession since then. Rutland hospital acquired the Center and built the present facility, but quickly â€œThey cut us loose. We werenâ€™t making enough money.â€? The hospital still owns the building, but the clinic is an independent â€œfederally qualified health center.â€? Insurance companies play a growing role in his practice. â€œThey control so much. They change the â€˜formularyâ€™ for medications every year.â€? Computers have become a ubiquitous, time-consuming The generous serving of strawberry shortcake features fresh local strawberries, homemade biscuits, vanilla ice cream and whipped cream, along with a choice of iced tea, lemonade or coffee. Serving will take place inside, but tables will be set up out outside for guests to enjoy their delicious dessert. Among those who will be on hand for the event is Vermont artist Peter Huntoon, who will give a watercolor painting demonstration. Nick Seidner of Rising Meadow Pottery will be hand-throwing flower pots, and Deb Squires will display her whimsical garden art. Others slated to present their goods are Soulange Martineau, a photographer who will display photo note cards, and the Mahar Family, who will sell 2014 maple syrup and other maple treats. Kidsâ€™ activities will be led by Rosemary Moser, and will feature the raffle of a doll created by Dietra Davis. Music for the
tool. His patient load is different, too. Decades ago he saw more acute cases and many children and youth. Now, he treats principally chronic disease: hypertension, diabetes, etc. He misses the variety he once had. What hasnâ€™t changed? Heâ€™s still a hard worker: four days at the clinic, one visiting nursing homes and making house calls (!). Heâ€™ll devote another two or three hours to paperwork each night. Pete spends â€œfreeâ€? time keeping up with medical research. Early on, he earned certification in family medicine, which requires 50 hours of coursework annually and passing an exam every six years. Regardless of how much heâ€™s pressured to speed up and â€œturn overâ€? more patients, he still gives us all the time we need. When he closes the examining room door, you sense that heâ€™ll spend the rest of the day with you if necessary. Pete and Pat raised three children in Castleton. Both sons chose not to pursue medicine; one lives in New Hampshire; the other, with a Diercksen grandchild, calls North Carolina home. Their daughter, however, works as a physicianâ€™s assistant in Boston. In summer he enjoys golf and gardening. He became a Lion several years ago and likes the camaraderie. Pat and he enjoy travel, particularly to Las Vegas. She prefers the slot machines; youâ€™ll find him at the poker table. In college he found that his math skills served him well in that game. Nelson Algren once said, â€œNever eat at a place called Momâ€™s; never play cards with a guy named Doc.â€? I suspect thatâ€™s particularly true if the Doc is Pete Diercksen. 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
day will be provided by Paul Morganâ€™s band of acoustic musicians. â€œItâ€™s wide-ranging fun,â€? said Hemenway. On view in the Historical Society Museum is a series of exhibits created by Jon Mathewson for the Vermont History Expo, focusing on Middletown from 1784 through the 1950s. There are also exhibits on the Montvert Hotel and Mineral Springs. The Mineral Springs Park, located nearby, is open every day, year-round. The museum will be open all afternoon, as well as on Sunday afternoons through October. Admission is free. The festival itself is free admission, but there is a charge to purchase a serving of strawberry shortcake. For more information, call Pat Hemenway at 802-235-2421 or David Wright at 802-235-2376.
Admission to Vermont attractions during Vermont Days %\.D\OHH3UDWW A day full of free fun is in the cards all as long as youâ€™re in the state of Vermont this weekend. For years this state tradition has been called Vermont Days and it will be held on June 14 and 15. All the fun activities that you would normally enjoy with the family such as fishing, using the state parks and visiting historic sites or museums, will be free of cost for both residents and nonresidents. If youâ€™re looking to have a day full of relaxation under the sun or possibly enjoy a nice
cool swim in the lake, you can visit any Vermont State Park, which will be free of admission all weekend for all 50 parks throughout the state. Lake St. Catherine and Bomoseen State Park will both be open free of charge for day users. To get a more educational experience you can visit any of the state historic sites. At the Hubbardton Battlefield State Historic Site there will be a Flag Day celebration on Saturday, where admission will be entirely free. The site is located on Monument Hill Road.
Starting at 1 p.m. Site Interpreter Carl Fuller will be doing a short program on the history of the American Flag, which will be centered on the 200 year anniversary of the â€œStar Spangled Banner.â€? Proceeding that, there will be childrenâ€™s Flag Day activities until 3 p.m. Then at 4 p.m. everyone will stop what theyâ€™re doing to take a moment to sing the â€œStar Spangled Banner.â€? This will be encouraged by the Smithsonian National Museum of American History throughout the nation as a means of celebrating the
The College of St. Joseph will hold its 20th annual Night of Italian Opera from 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday, June 21, 2014, in Tuttle Hall Theater on the CSJ campus. This yearâ€™s event will feature five professional performers and a silent auction. The silent auction and reception begins at 7 p.m., and the performance begins at 8 p.m. There will also be a 50/50 raffle drawing at intermission. â€œThis is a great opportunity to see a broad variety of live music from well-known operas, as well as some selections by Henry Mancini and Jerome Kern,â€? said Bates Childress, director of development for College of St. Joseph. Tickets for the performance are $30 per person. All of the
proceeds from the auction, raffle, and ticket sales will go to the CSJ Annual Fund for student scholarships. Call (802) 776-5214 for tickets or more information visit www.csj.edu/ opera. The event brings top-notch
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Thank You to all our sponsors & donations for a very successful Annual Jim Thieser Golf Tournament on behalf of the Poultney Rotary SPONSORS: Green Mountain College, Chartwell Food Service, DeBonis Wright & Carris, Williams Hardware, The Education Works, Hopson House Bed & Breakfast, New England Slate Company, Keyser Fuel, Fred Michel Dentistry, R&B Powder Coating Inc., York Coach Works Inc., Carpentry With Heart, Sam’s Fuels, Vintage Slate Company, East Poultney General Store, Riverside Motors, In Memory Of Jim Thieser, Ultravation, Perry’s Main Street Eatery, LiHigh School DONATIONS: The Poultney Rotary Club: Bob Isherwood, John VanHoesen, Don & Pat Hemenway, Val & Steve Broughton, Jonas Rosenthal, and Shirley Thiesen. Others include: Matt Hibbert, Lake St Catherine Country Club, Full Belly Deli, Proctor/Pittsford Country Club, Fair Haven Inn, Prospect Point Golf Club, Porch Of Locks, AJ’s, Tot’s Diner, and Gilmore Home Center.
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This week is Bike Week and you canâ€™t miss them. We just saw a pack of around 100 go through a few minutes ago. It got us thinking, we like bikers, we like bikes, why not invite everyone to lunch? So if youâ€™re biking this week, bring the ride down to the diner. Weâ€™ve got tons of parking, friendly staff, outside seating, so you can gaze upon your pride and joy and we cook the best homecooked meal around. The Birdseye Diner, a biking tradition since â€˜59, oink, oink.
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Historical Society to host sale The Pawlett Historical Society will hold its annual yard sale and bake sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, June 28, at the Pawlet Firehouse. Donations of items can be dropped off from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Friday, June 27. The historical society will be accepting clean household items in good and working order, furniture, jewelry, linens, toys, etc. Baked goods may be dropped off at the Firehouse on Saturday morning (June 29) before the Bake Sale starts at 9 a.m. Donors
can also arrange to have items picked up. The historical society will also host a summer raffle for a federal oval table, handmade out of cherry wood, and donated by, Ray Finan from Arlington. The table is valued at $1,500. Raffle tickets will go on sale June 28 during the Yard and Bake Sale. For PHS Yard and Bake Sale information or help with donation pick-up any time, please call Steve Williams (802) 645-9529 or Susanne Rappaport (802) 645-0993
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Bargain hunters will descend on the Lakes Region in droves over the next couple of weekends as a pair of communities host their annual townwide yard sales. Benson is up first as it will host it town yard sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 14. Vendors and private sales will be held throughout the community, and shoppers will be able to find a diverse range of items to purchase. Maps for the townwide yard sale will be available at the Benson Village Store and classified ads will be in the Free Press exhibiting some of the sales that will be taking place. Bensonâ€™s sale will be held
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Two weeks after Bensonâ€™s sale, Castleton will do the same. The seventh annual sale will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on June 28. Private sales will be located throughout the community and upward of 50 vendors will set up shop and sell their wares as the Castleton Community Center. Vendors can rent indoor spaces at the Center for $25; outdoor spaces are available for $20. This year the Center will
BVS to unveil walking trail %\.D\OHH3UDWW The Benson School Village will unveil a new walking trail students and faculty have been working on since last year. The school is holding a ribbon cutting ceremony on June 18 at 10:30 a.m. near the north end of the school parking lot. Archie Clark, a social studies and science teacher, has helped students put this project together. â€œThe whole idea of the project was to improve the community,â€? Clark said. He said when it began last year it was known as a service learning project and has extended into this year and will be completed in the fall of 2015. Middle school students have working on the trail with an assist from faculty members. Clark ssaid the students really deserve the credit for this project because they have been the ones making phone calls for donations, coming up with solutions when things go wrong and
really just organizing and laying out the whole plan. He said there are different committees the students are broken into and within the committees the students will work on certain things and then come together to dicuss the work. The trail is being made by digging 3 inches into the ground, putting landscaping fabric down and then crushed stone on top of that, which has of course been do. All the materials have either been donated or purchased with donations. â€œWe are trying to teach them realistic and authentic experiences outside the classroom,â€? Clark said. He also said he thinks itâ€™s a great opportunity to have kids hold each other accountable and really work together to figure things out. Clark said when the project is finished this fall there will be another ribbon cutting ceremony that the community will be invited too.
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Benefit spaghetti dinner June 20 The staff of the Mettawee Community School, as well as friends and community members, will host a Spaghetti Dinner on Friday, June 20, for the benefit of the James, Chandler and Carson families who lost their home and belongings in a fire last December. The dinner will be held at the Mettawee Community School beginning at 5 p.m., until all are served. The cost is $8 per person, eat in or takeout. The menu includes spaghetti, with or without meatballs, tossed salad, bread, beverage and brownie sundae for dessert. A silent auction will also be held during the dinner. Donations may be brought to the school through the afternoon of Tuesday, June 17. For more information about the spaghetti dinner contact Kelli Lewis at 802-394-2491; if interested in donating to the Silent Auction please call the school at 802-645-9009.
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Roots of Rock exhibit in Brandon As part of this summerâ€™s â€˜Brandon Rocks Onâ€™ events, an exhibit called â€˜The Roots of Rock â€˜nâ€™ Rollâ€™ will be displayed at the Compass Music and Arts Center from June 21 through the month of August. The exhibit will concentrate on the birth of rock and roll music in 1955, which is credited to the movie â€œBlackboard Jungle,â€? up to the â€œBritish Invasionâ€? of the Beatles and other groups in 1964. The exhibit will also cover some of the legendary names of the period and a few of the hundreds of singers and bands who found their fame, both long lasting and short lived. A preview event on Friday, June 20 from 5-8 p.m. will feature the dance duo of Dave Allan and Erica Hemond demonstrating some of the dances made popular in the 1950s and 60s. This is a chance to return to the era of rock â€˜nâ€™ roll for the evening with your favorite music and dances.
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Ziggy Marley coming to Rutland One of the biggest names in the music industry and the son a musical icon is coming to Rutland, Vt. Six-time Grammy winner, Emmy winner, humanitarian, singer, songwriter and producer Ziggy Marley will perform at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, June 17, at The Paramount Theatre as part of his â€˜Fly Rasta Tour.â€™ Marleyâ€™s immersion in music began at the age of ten when he sat in on recording sessions with his legendary father, Bob Marley. Ziggy has since gone on to forge his own part in the music industry. He and his band, The Melody Makers, have garnered three Grammys supported by such chart-topping hits as â€œLook Whoâ€™s Dancing,â€? â€œTomorrow Peopleâ€? and â€œTumbling Down.â€? Ziggyâ€™s first solo album, Dragonfly, was released in 2003. His second solo release, Love is My Religion won a Grammy in 2006 for â€œBest Reggae Albumâ€? and his third solo album, Family Time earned him a fifth Grammy award for â€œBest Childrenâ€™s Album.â€? In 2011, Ziggy released his critically acclaimed fourth studio album, Wild and Free, which earned him yet another Grammy nomination. And in 2012, his live album â€œZiggy
A Welsh themed service of Evening Prayer will be held at St. Johnâ€™s church, East Poultney, on June 21 at 4 p.m. As part of a full summer of Saturday services with music the Reverend Christopher David, pastor at Trinity Church, Rutland, will officiate. James Cassarino, will play Welsh music on the 1840s hand-pumped organ. Built by Vermonter William Nutting the organ has a sweet sound and will be played before and after the service.
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COFFEE TABLE glass top, excellent condition. $40. 518-686-7520
BARN BEAM old, solid, lots of character, 5â€? x 5â€? x 4.5â€™. $99. 518-638-9010
COMPUTER DESK excellent condition. $25. 518-2829680
BATHROOM SINK Corian cream colored sink, faucet, counter, 18 x 31â€?. $99. 802375-6175
COMPUTER MONITOR Envision 15â€? LCD flat screen, nothing wrong with it. $30. 518-632-9150
BATHTUB SEAT white. $5. 518-507-6292
CONCRETE MIXER with electric motor. $80. 802-6459189
BED double size, headboard and frame, blonde oak. $40. email@example.com BED double size, headboard a n d f r a m e , c h e r r y. $ 5 0 . firstname.lastname@example.org BED FRAME full size head board storage. $20. 518-4990028 B E D k i n g s i ze, wo o d e n , plate form to assemble. $50. 802-375-9719 BED twin size, Cushman Maple frame w/bookshelf head & foot board, very attractive & well made. $99. 802-375-6175 BED walnut, antique Lincoln style with custom mattress, ready to restore. $95. 802375-6175 BENCH SEAT 3rd row from 2002 Chrysler Town & Country van. $99. 802-265-3857 BENCH TOP wood lathe cast iron frame belt driven works. $65. 518-747-3558
2 MAPLE CRICKET rockers. $30. 518-692-7164
BOOSTER SEAT child car. $10. 802-265-4792
3-DRAWER DRESSER and vanity both w/large mirrors. $25. 518-692-7164
BOYS CLOTHES size infant - 12 months, bag full. $30. 802-265-4792
8N FORD 4 cylinder head for tractor. $35. 518-747-3558
CABINET MAKERS work table top 29 x 48, 22 x 42 base 6 drawer, 2 x 6 bolted construction. $85. 802-2874253
ANDIRON HESSIAN SOLDIER pair, old but complete, kind of spooky. $25. 518260-8048
CHINA CLOSET old. $95. 518-854-3872
BABY FURNITURE crib w/ mattress, attached dressing t able, dr esser w/ clot hes hanger. $75. 518-692-1070
2 KITCHEN STEP stools. $20. 518-692-7164
AMPLIFIER STAND tripod style with microphone mount, like new. $20. 518855-4044
C H A I N S AW BA R 2 0 â€? , Craftsman. $40. 518-6423727
COCA-COLA FLOOR COOLER from early 1900s, rough shape, needs cleaning/restoration. $99. 518260-8048
BOOKCASE pine, all wood, decorative front, 54â€? H x 26 W x 12 D, excellent condition. $75. 802-287-9992
A M E R I C A N S TA N DA R D Elite Whirlpool Model: EZ Heater-100. $99. 518-6927766
CHAIN SAW CASE universal type, up to 24â€? bar length, brand new. $35. 518-8554044
C O P Y M AC H I N E u s e d once, needs ink. $60. 518499-2348 CORDLESS DRILL Master M e c h a n i c , 1 2 vo l t , w i t h charger. $20. 518-854-3626 CORDLESS DRILL Hitachi, 12V, two batteries & flashlight in case. $40. 518-6423727
DUCK PRINT 20â€? x 24â€?, or iginal frame, over 100 years old, beautiful. $45. 802-265-8650 E - R E A D E R Ko b o To u c h WIFI, black. $45. 518-9552499 ELECTRIC DRYER Roper. $50. 802-446-2117 ELECTRIC MOTOR 1/2hp, like new. $75. 518-793-0657 END TABLES tables & coffee table w/storage, dark pine, and two lamps, good condition. $99. 518-692-7408 ENTERTAINMENT CENTER oak with 27â€? color TV, excellent condition. $60. 518-639-3019 FERAL CAT TRAP Havahart, also for domestic cat transport, never used. $50. 518-686-8223 FILE CABINET HON 2drawer black, vertical commercial-grade quality. $99. 518-955-2499 FUTON blue cushion, queen size, opens to sleeper, excellent condition. $99.99. 518-507-6292 F U TO N F R A M E I N m i n t condition, natural wood. $35. 518-587-6103 GARDEN CART large Gardenerâ€™s Supply, wooden. $99. 802-362-1185
CROSS TRAINER ProForm, model #PFEL2605.0, digitally programmable, have manual & specs. $65 obo. 802375-6175
G A R D E N C U LT I VATO R high wheel with 3 attachments. $75. 518-587-1755
DAY B E D t w i n s i ze w i t h mattress, like new. $50. 802265-3222
GOLF BAG Titech, black with grey trim, heavy duty, nylon with stand, nearly new. $20. 518-638-9010
DELL two speakers, keyboard, mouse, printer, older, great condition. $45. 802265-8650 D I RT S C O O P o l d h o r s e drawn iron. $60. 518-6867832 DISHWASHER Whirlpool, older, works great, large capacity. $40. 518-695-5609 DISHWASHER Miele quality/sale price, stainless interior. $50. 802-362-1185 DOLL CRADLE WOODEN Like new. $5. 518-854-7797 DRESS dressy, long black with shor t jacket, size 10, new. $99. 518-642-0654 D R E S S E R f i ve d rawe r s, dark brown wood, 31â€?W x 18â€?D x 46 ÂŤâ€? H, good condition. $35. 518-639-8900
CANOE Yankee Rebel, 16 feet. $99. 802-273-2053
DRESSER old. $40. 518854-3872
CANVAS 18 X 30. $25. 518854-7011
D R E S S E R p i n e wo o d , 9 drawers. $40 obo. 518-3011200
CAR SEAT for baby/toddler/ child. $30. 802-265-4792
DUAL CORDLESS PHONES GE model 25861, 5.8 ghz, answering system, new batteries. $22. 518-7795307
DRESSER small three drawers, wooden. $35. 802-3253546
GOLF BAG good condition. $10. 518-677-3660
GOLF CLUB TRAVEL bag Wilson w/wheels, storage pockets, used once. $50. 518-692-1070 GOLF CLUBS & BAG Lady Trutech, woods & irons, like new. $99. 518-692-9459 GOLF CLUBS w/bag, Cobra, irons 3-9, gap & pitching wedge w/driver. $60. 518692-1070
I N T E R N AT I O N A L H A R VESTER 2x8 double acting welded hydraulic cylinder with 90 fittings, vg condition. $50. 518-692-9292 KITCHEN TABLE round, wooden, beautiful. $50. 518879-1332 LAMP $5. 518-879-1332 LARGE GLASS TOP patio table w/6 chairs, Some rust on legs, great condition. $60. 518-686-7520 LAWN MOWER B&S 5 1/2 HP, new rope rewind, all tuned. $89 obo. 518-2223197 LEATHER COAT mens vintage, black, 42R, 1960s Angola Cabretta Leather. $50. 518-587-0836 L E AT H E R JAC K E T W i l sons, size small, brand new. $75. 518-232-1752 LEATHER JACKET ladies size large. $20. 802-5373175 LEATHER two large boxes full punch and hammer. $30. 802-287-9451 LONDON FOG COAT ladies size 14. $20. 802-537-3175 MAPLE OVAL TABLE w/2 leaves. $50. 518-692-7164 MATTRESS PAD King size magnetic therapy, 100s of embedded magnets, thick & luxurious, like new. $75. 518639-8900 METAL SHELVES need to transport. $10. 518-642-8126 M I C RO S O F T AC C E S S 2007 upgrade DVD & license w/Microsoft, step-by-step book & CD. $40. 518-9552499 MICROWAVE 1 year old, excellent condition. $50. 518-507-6292 MINI TRAMPOLINE Jack LaLanne, good condition. $15. 518-677-3660
GPX DVD-CD AND photo CD player w/remote and cable. $10. 518-499-5059
NEBULIZER Philips Respironics, used twice. $20. 518779-5307
GUITAR CASE soft sided. $25. 518-282-9975
OLD TOOLS blow torch, jack, grinder, shoe stand. $30. 518-854-7011
HEPA AIR FILTER compact Holmes model, filter included, improves air quality. $20. 518-638-9010 HIP WADERS Progear, size 9, new. $25. 518-677-3660 HOOD â€˜91 Ford F250, dark grey with hinges, no rust or dings, good condition. $90. 518-686-7080 HOT WATER HEATER 30 gallon. $75. 802-446-2117
OSTER GROOM MASTER clippers with case & oil. $99. 802-265-3857 PADLOCK old round iron â€œUS Ar myâ€? with key. $20. 518-747-3558 PING PONG TABLE w/paddles, slightly warped, great for kids. $20. 518-692-1070 PLOW one row for garden. $75. 802-287-9451
SINK & FAUCET Kohler cultured marble, two sided, deep and vegetable, vanilla, 22â€?x32â€?, standard. $99. email@example.com SINK double bowl, stainless steel. $25. 802-265-3619
PUSH MOWER Craftsman 18â€?, quiet cut, excellent condition. $55. 518-854-9326
S N OW B OA R D T R AV E L CASE hard shell, lockable. $25. 518-260-8048
R A D I A L A R M S AW 1 0 â€? M.W. with shop vac. $75. 802-265-3619
S N OW S H O E S a n t i q u e , great condition. $40. 518642-8126
RAMBER COAT ladies size 10, tan. $20. 802-537-3175
SOFA three cushions, beige plaid in color, excellent condition. $99. 802-362-3071 or 802-558-3649
RECLINER CHAIR light blue, great shape. $65 obo. 518-677-5718 R E F R I G E R ATO R s m a l l . $65. 802-325-3546
SOLAR POOL COVER 16 x 32, on rod, all hardware incl, used 5-7 times, excellent shape. $50. 518-753-4359
REFRIGERATOR GE apartment size. $75. 802-4462117
STEP LADDER Werner fiberglass, 8â€™. $40. 518-8547011
REFRIGERATOR Whirlpool, full size. $99. 802-446-2117
STEREO AM/FM w/5 speakers, subwoofer and iPod dock and mp3 connection, Phillips. $40. 518-955-2499
REMOTE CAR STARTER Crime stopper for a 02 Honda Accord, still in package. $99.99. 518-232-1752 RETRO TABLE blue, great condition. $30. 518-642-8126 ROUTER TABLE Craftsman. $25. 518-642-3727 RUNNER RUG 2â€™ X 8â€™ Fr e n c h c o u n t r y p a t t e r n , beautiful blue & sunny yellow, nearly new condition. $30. 518-791-8191 RUNNING BOARDS black, fit 2009 & up Dodge half ton pickup. $75. 802-558-4662 SAW CHAIN Oregon, 5/32 pitch, 50 links, unused in box. $12. 518-855-4044 SHARP XE-A107 ELECTRONIC cash register. Barely used w/11 rolls register paper. $75. 518-499-0548
TABLE & CHAIRS wood with extension. $75. 802325-3546 TABLE SAW & TABLE 10 inch Pro-Tech. $20. 802-2653413 TA B L E TO P r o u n d 2 ÂŤ â€? thick, 60â€? diameter, solid & heavy duty, medium brown wood. $25. 518-639-8900 TEA KETTLE electric, ceramic, Bella, never used. $40. 518-686-8223 TELEVISION 27â€? not a flat screen, works good. $50. 518-499-0028 TELEVISION 19â€? Orion, color, great condition. $10 obo. 518-301-1200
TELEVISION Proscan 32â€? LCD flat screen w/DVD unit, 3 years old, missing orig remote, w/universal, works great. $95. 518-695-6926
VACUUM Hoover Floormate hard floor cleaner, dry vacuum, wet clean, not for carpets, excellent. $45. 518854-9326
NO GRANVILLE Licensed day care now has openings. PT/FT. Day or evening. Call Maureen 518-642-1064
R A K E N ew I d e a a n d a l l parts. $500. 802-287-2274 or 802-282-8815
LOG LENGTH FIREWOOD By the truck load. Hardwood. 518-677-8921/518-681-0227.
TELEVISION Sanyo D P 1 9 6 4 9 , H D T V L C D, works perfect. $75. 518-6329150
VA N I T Y W / M I R R O R wrought iron, glass top and cushioned floral seat. $25. 518-642-2720
RASCAL 600 HANDICAPPED scooter, with car carrier, $700. 518-499-2313
TELEVISION 60â€?, good condition. $75. 518-879-1332
WALK BEHIND MOWER Jari, sickle bar, runs good. $99. 518-587-1755
TENT 7x7 Coleman sundome, excellent condition. $25. 518-677-3660 TIRE 7.00 15LT8PR on 4 hole rim, brand new. $30. 518-686-7832
WA L L OV E N Ke n m o r e , stainless exterior, electric. $80. 802-362-1185
R E L I A N T H E AV Y D U T Y spindle shaper machine, $300. 518-695-5435 SPERRY NEW HOLLAND 256 Rake, used last year. $1000. 802-287-2274 or 802282-8815
WATER HEATER Promax, 40 gallons, used 1 year. $80. 518-223-5443
WINE CARRIER Skybar, keeps bottles chilled & protected, hard case w/handle, never used. $12. 518-6389010
ESTATE PURCHASES buying outright whole estates, single items and garage sale items. Estate clean outs are our specialty. 518-747-0197
TRUCK CAP 6â€™4â€? x 5â€™1â€?. $75. 802-273-2053
WOOD CARTE NIGHT stand, solid wood, excellent condition w/drawer. $25. 518-587-6103
TRUCK CAP 6â€™3â€? x 5â€™1â€?. $50. 802-273-2053
TOOLS concrete rakes, hoe, post hole digger, brushes. $50. 518-854-7011 TROLLING MOTOR Magnum Motor Guide, model 54 0, 34 lbs t h r us t , deck mount. $50. 518-677-2766
TRUCK TOOL BOX 5â€™ x 21â€?, no key. $25. 802-273-2053 TUXEDO black, jacket 42L, pants 36-38, excellent condition. $40. 518-282-0063 TV STAND black wood top & bottom w/two glass shelves, 41 ÂŤâ€?W x 21 ÂŤâ€?D x 21 ÂŤâ€?H, very H.D. & sturdy. $35. 518639-8900 TWIN HEAD QUARTZ Work light, Craftsman, 250-1000 watts, adj hgt to 67â€?, tripod base, new cond. $30. 518587-0836 TYPEWRITER ELECTRIC SMITH Corona. Excellent condition. $40. 518-753-4556
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.QUV(QWPF LOST Blue back pack containing 2 tackle boxes in vicinity of Glen Lake access. Reward. 518-282-9685
9CPVGF HUNTING CLUB HAS OPENINGS Town of Dresden, great hunting and fishing. For info 518-668-2849
2 WHITE TWIN trundle beds w/mattresses, 64â€? white 6 drawer dresser & mirror, $400. 4 piece tan sectional w/recliner, $150. 518-6429493 5 NICHOLS AND stone maple thumback chairs. $225. 518-796-3106 A N T I QU E D RY S I N K 45â€?Wx25â€?Dx35â€?H, lots of storage, $250. 518-587-1755 CANOE Old Town Stillwater, 16â€™, fiberglass, blue, cane seats, like new, paddles, flotations, $450/obo. 518-6429270 HOT TUB 4 person, new c o v e r, g o o d c o n d i t i o n . $1850. 802-438-2335 MAYTAG side by side refrigerator with ice maker, electric range w/glass top & Broan hood, excellent condition. $600. 802-345-6587
SQUARE BALER New Holland super hay liner 69, good for parts, baled hay last year. $250. 802-287-2274 or 802282-8815 TELESCOPE PATIO FURNITURE Set plus chaise, never used, orig boxes, sell only as set. Paid $1800, Make offer anxious to sell. 802-394-7868
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2 TWIN BED FRAMES FREE and 2 like new boy springs. 518-854-7797 FREE Rooftop car cargo carrier, large, Sears. 802-6450709
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)CTCIG5CNGU BENSON 1974 East Road, 6/14, 8am-3pm rain or shine. Large two family with something for everyone. BENSON 2091 North Lake Road, 6/14. Couch, chair, bureau, stands, blanket box, coffee table, lamps, rocker, cast iron, enamel ware, chop saw, table saw, car ramps compressor. BENSON 3322 Stage Road, 6/14. Guns, fishing, camper, furniture, household items, clothes, flea market items. BENSON 347 Stage Road, 6/14. Antique milk can with cover, cedar chests, antique furniture, tool boxes, skill s aw, e l e c t r i c c h a i n s aw, electric wiring, muzzle-loader, gun cases, 30-06, 22 ammo BENSON 5871 Stage Road, 6/14 & 6/15. Tools, furniture, fishing equipment, antiques, etc.
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BENSON, VT Corner 22A & Mill Pond. June 14. 8am3pm. Books, CDâ€™s, VHS, toys, shoes, teenage boy & girl clothes, ping pong table, desk and reptile tank.
FREE (3) BABY RATS hand tamed, 1 male and 2 females. Pets only. 518-6422928
B E N S O N , V T S a t u r d ay, Ju n e 1 4 . 9 a m - 2 p m . 3 6 3 Stoney Point Road. Furniture, household, electronics, collectibles, claw foot tub, feather mattress, electric grill, eclectic assor tment, many items new and still in the original packaging.
BABY RED PIGLETS. $100. 518-361-9722
COSSAYUNA Lake wide yard sale. Over 30 participants. Something for everyone. Follow signs. Saturday, June 14. 9am-4pm.
FREE Horse Hay, you cut, you take away, approx 6 acres hay (Belcher). 518854-7844
WELLS 351 North Street, 6/ 14 & 6/15, 8am-3pm. Antiques, household items, tools.
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P Y G M Y K I D G O AT S 3 males & 1 female, ready to go July 1st. 518-854-3521
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REAL ESTATE (QT5CNG VALLEY FALLS large well maintained, modernized, Victorian home in safe neighborhood, 3000 sq ft +/-, with 4 bdrms, 2 BA, lots of extras. School 1 mile away. 20 min to Troy & Malta. $249,900. Call Bonnie Catone @ 518753-0151
RENTALS #RCTVOGPVU GRANVILLE 1bdrm, suitable for 1, utilities included. No smoking. No pets. $575/ mth +security. 518-260-2596 GRANVILLE VILLAGE 2 bdrm, upstairs. $650/mth incl heat & hot water. No Pets. 1st, last & sec. 1 year lease, references. 518-642-3454 G R A N V I L L E 1 s t f l o o r, 2bdrm, heat & hot water included. Parking available. No pets. 518-642-1468
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GRANVILLE-Mettowee Valley Apts. 2 bdrm $602 rent; utilities avg $81. No smoking. Pet? Must meet eligibility requirements. For application 518-584-4543. NYSTDD Relay Service 1800-421-1220. Handicap Accessible Equal Housing Opportunity. POULTNEY 1bdrm, available august 1st. $425/mth. No smoking. 802-287-9992
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WHITEHALL 2 bdrm, $675/ mo. incl heat & hot water, W/ D, no pets, 1st month + sec & ref. 518-307-2174
EXIT ONE SELF-STORAGE Heated Units Also Available Route 4-A Fair Haven, VT 802-265-3330
AFFORDABLE, PROFESSIONAL CLEANING Call Patty for free quote 802-558-9610
WHITEHALL lrg 3 bdrm w/ porch, recently partially renovated. $925/mth incl heat, Sec & ref. 518-932-4654
VILLAGE SELF STORAGE 10â€™X10â€™ units. 15â€™x24â€™ garage w/10â€™x15â€™ loft. 16 Lions Lane Granville, NY 802-770-2292
%QOOGTEKCN OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT prime loc. near busy intersection in Granville. Ideal for 1 or 2 person prof business, customer service or sales office. $450/mth incl elec, heat & A/C. 518-361-9973
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SERVICE TECHNICIAN We are looking for an experienced Automotive Service Technician, who would like to join a great team in a growing dealership. Position is full time with benefits available. Must have own tools and valid driverâ€™s license. Pay is commensurate with experience.
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Front Office Assistant We are seeking a Front Office Assistant to provide superior service to our primary care patients. Prior medical office experience is preferred but will train the right customer oriented individual. Must have high school diploma, basic computer knowledge and keyboarding skills and be able to work a variable work schedule. Hours will vary depending upon need.
LPN Full-time This LPN position includes managing the referral process for the office including monitoring and tracking prior authorizations. In addition, will provide nursing support for various providers in the office. Position requires a Vermont LPN license, prior experience in a primary care office preferred, experience using an electronic medical record, good customer service and organizational skills.
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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
2005 CHRYSLER PACIFICA LIMITED, loaded! AWD, remote tailgate, 1265k highway, 1 owner, new inspection, looks & runs great! Reduced to $5700 obo. 518639-8900
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
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T R A I L E R 6 â€™ 6 â€? x 1 2 â€™ H D, home made, new deck, lights, coupler and aluminum ramps, 3,500 axle, excellent condition. $500. 518-6429373
1990 HD FXRS 1300cc, new tires, $6000. 802-325-3127
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2008 FORD FOCUS SES. 5 speed, 60,200 miles, sunroof, AC, PW, great condition, comes w/4 winter tires, $8500/obo. 802-265-3649
2007 CHEVY MALIBU loaded, new tires, 31,000 miles, $9000. 518-507-6366
2 0 0 9 K I A S P O R TA G E FWD, AC, cruise, cd player, 63000 miles, new brakes & tires, excellent condition. $12500. 518-664-4202
17â€™ SEA NYMPH 1990, 70 HP, Evinrude, electric down riggers, fish finder, Bimini top/side curtains, Mooring cover, trailer, 2 anchors, 4 life vests, excellent condition, $3500. 518-415-9429
2007 HYUNDAI SONATA 98000 miles, new tires & battery, great shape, one owner. $6500. 518-527-6339
2011 CHEVY EQUINOX 6 spd, 2.4L, 4 cylinder, 13000 miles, perfect condition, tan. $16800. 518-812-7597
20FT INVADER with galvanized trailer, cuddy cabin, inboard motor. $1050. 518638-8745
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
2012 CHEVY CRUZE LT manual transmission, 35 MPG, 25,500 miles, RV towable, $14,500. 518-496-3830
ALUMACRAFT 18.5â€™ CANOE Great condition, great for camp, $450. 518-7534985 BOAT MOTOR TRAILER 40HP, runs good, $1200. 802-293-5210
%CORGTU6TCKNGTU 1984 JUBILEE CAMPER 8 cyl W/B, sleeps 6, 54,000 miles, good shape, $2000. 518-642-2163 2004 SPRINTER LA 32â€™ 2 slide, rear living room, nonsmoker, excellent condition. 2004 Duramax diesel, new condition, loaded. Both $24,000/obo 802-265-3872 2007 5TH WHEEL Keystone 31ft, slide, 2 bdrms, lg fridge, AC/heat, canopies, surround sound, nonsmoking owners, excellent. NADA $25,380, Sell $21,500. 518-638-8745 FIFTH WHEEL CAMEO by Car r iage, kit chen, living room, slide out, 27 foot, tow vehicle available. 518-7534895
%QOOGTEKCN 'SWKROGPV 63 FERGUSON BACK HOE Needs work, $3500. 518695-4173 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 INTERNATIONAL Full size antique tractor, all reconditioned, 12 volt, $3000. 802235-2137
(QWT9JGGN&TKXG 1997 F150 space cab work truck, no rear seat, needs exhaust and gas tank, $1500. 518-577-4115 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 SILVERADO 2500, 127k miles, 8 cyl, 6.0, 4WD, $5500. 802-394-7885
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 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
4GETGCVKQPCN 1989 PACE ARROW motor home, Class A, 454 Chevy engine, needs some work, 89,000 miles, $2995. 802265-3635
#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.
6KTGU2CTVU #EEGUUQTKGU 2 NEW JOHN DEERE tire rims, 6-hole on 6 inch centers for 8.50, 12 tires. 518796-3106 SET OF 4 Cooper tires 185/ 65 R15 M & S Touring, used one summer, $300. 518-6429566
2KEMWRU6TWEMU 8CPU 1 9 9 7 D O D G E DA K OTA Club Cab auto, V8-5.2 L, 4WD, power steering, A/C, 7 Foot Western plow, 2 new sets of all-season tires & wheels, tow hitch, bed liner, PL/PW, AM/FM/Cass, great shape, very little rust. 518642-2008 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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