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Woody Jackson is Artist in Residence at Maple Street School Vermont artist Woody Jackson spent two days in residence at Maple Street School last week, painting watercolor landscapes with students. Artists in kindergarten through 8th grade spent two days trying to capture the Vermont landscape while learning the fine craft of watercolor painting under Mr. Jacksonâ€™s gentle guidance. Mr. Jackson is probably best known for his partnership with Ben and Jerryâ€™s. In 1983, Ben Cohen left Woody a message that would lead to a licensing agreement between the two, allowing Mr. Jackson to become a full-time artist. His cows have become the look
of Ben and Jerryâ€™s, gracing ice cream containers, the walls of their ice cream shops, billboards and trucks. In his free time, Mr. Jackson coaches his childrenâ€™s soccer teams and visits one or two schools annually as an artist in residence. Many thanks to Maple Street School art teacher, Leslie Sullivan, to Andrea and Larry Ross for hosting Mr. Jackson at their home, to John Rindell of our local Ben and Jerryâ€™s for supplying ice cream for the entire school, and to the parents and faculty of Maple Street School for making this opportunity happen.
Wanderlust at Stratton this week The nationâ€™s largest Yoga festival, Wanderlust, takes place at Stratton Mountain this week, from June 15 to 22. With national level Yoga instructors including Seane
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â€œHats Offâ€? To Summer Lawn Party The Perfect Wife Restaurant and The Wilburton Inn have joined forces to host â€œHats Off To Summer,â€? a croquet lawn party to benefit Greater Northshire Access Television, the regionâ€™s Community Media & Training Center. Scheduled for 5 p.m. on June 15 at The Wilburton in Manchester Village, the evening marks the start of the Northshire social season and offers unique fun and games, and a chance to dress up in summer whites, if you wish. Guests may enjoy a fabulous summer cocktail and hors dâ€™oeuvres provided by The Perfect Wife Restaurant, a chance to win prizes for â€œmost
enthusiastic gamerâ€? and â€œmost stylish hat.â€? Bring your Dad for a Fatherâ€™s Day match of croquet, bocce ball or lawn darts. The evening concludes with a hat parade and contest judged by Berta Maginniss, the Executive Director of the Manchester and the Mountains Regional Chamber of Commerce, and Stephen Drunsic, local businessman and host of Q&A Live on GNAT. This special fundraising event helps support GNATâ€™s youth training programs that include summer camps, after school â€œmedia makerâ€? programs, in-classroom training
Corne and Elena Brower leading classes in all different styles of Yoga, the festival is a celebration of the practice of Yoga. It also features nightly music concerts by acts such as Emancipator and
Escort. Packages for multiple days of classes and events are available, along with individual events. For more information, visit wanderluststratton2014.org.
Famed Snowboarder Kevin Pearce to Deliver BBA Commencement Address Kevin Pearce, former professional snowboarder, inspirational survivor, sports commentator, motivational speaker and advocate for brain injury research and Down syndrome, will be the 2014 commencement speaker for Burr and Burton Academy. The commencement ceremony will begin at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, June 13 on Pettibone Field, and Pearce will be speaking in front of 170 BBA graduates. The commencement ceremony is the 181st in BBAâ€™s history. At age 18, Kevin burst onto the world snowboarding stage and was training for the Vancouver Olympics when his life took an unexpected turn. Kevin suffered a life-threatening traumatic brain injury as a result of a missed landing. His determination to make a recovery, along with the dedication of his family to help him in his rehabilitation from this accident, is a remarkable journey. Kevin is now a Sports
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Community Day at Hildene, June 15
Explore all that Hildene has to offer on Sunday, June 15, when it hosts Community Day. General admission is free on this day. Guests are encouraged to bring their walking shoes so they can visit the many venues of The Lincoln Family Home, including house and gardens,
Welcome Center and The Museum Store, Pullman car, Sunbeam, Ro w l a n d Agricultural Center at Hildene Farm, and 12 miles of scenic woodland trails. All visitors must check in at the Welcome Center where they will receive a sticker. All are encouraged to bring a pic-
nic, stay for an hour or spend the day. This is Hildeneâ€™s way of thanking the community. There is an additional charge for the 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. guided tours. To learn more about Hildene visit www. Hildene.org or find Hildene on Facebook.
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Gun Club at the end of Dana Thompson Memorial Park Rd. Meet your neighbors and have a nice meal. It is suggested
that attendees bring an item for the tea cup auction for additional fun and interest.
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Vendors sought for July 18th StreetFest Do you make and sell a fun product that needs a local audience? The Downhome Vermont 2014 StreetFest, set for Friday, July 18 from 6 to 9 p.m., invites arts and crafts producers, small production jams, fruits and specialty food purveyors and others to discover the possibilities of exhibiting downtown. A limited number of 10-foot by 10-foot spaces are available. Approved vendors must supply their own tent, tables and chairs. Fees by vendors of $50 will defray the cost of the StreetFestâ€™s production. All vendors must supply a certificate of insurance
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with the Town of Manchester named as an additional insured. No electricity is available unless arranged in advance. Priority will be given to Manchester residents and businesses. The second StreetFest will be held on Friday, Aug. 15. An application is available for both events. The StreetFest is a free event for the entire family. For more information, telephone 345-9381 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional details are on the town of Manchesterâ€™s Facebook page and available via email with the Function Junction email distribution.
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Arlington Garden Club to meet, June 17 The Arlington Garden Club will meet on Tuesday, June 17 at 12:30 p.m. at the Legion Hall in East Arlington. A "Meet and Greet" time will be followed at 1 p.m. by the business meeting. At 2 p.m.,
the program will be a "Flower Design Workshop" conducted by Leslie Olcott who will help us to prepare for our Standard Flower Show on July 19 at the Grist Mill in East Arlington's quaint Candlemill Village. Stay
tuned for more information in July. Arlington Garden Club welcomes new members. Please call Nancy Hadley at 375-1354 or visit arlingtongardenclubvt.webs. com.
Zero Energy Homes, June 19 Ready to take your home to the next level? Efficiency Vermontâ€™s Li Ling Young will present a program â€œZero Energy Homesâ€? at 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 19 at Northshire Bookstore in Manchester. Efficiency Vermontâ€™s Net Zero Energy Homes pilot study
is a one-year effort to promote and develop the science, economics and knowledge-base for ultra-low energy homes in Vermont. Li Ling Young will discuss how to bring your home to Zero Energy, how much it costs, and the financing options available. Find out whether
your home is a candidate for aggressive energy savings. Learn about their special support for Zero Energy Homes, including consultations and design assistance for your cont r a c t o r. Vi s i t SustainableDesignOfVT.com for more information.
Half Marathon Training Information Night Linda Maness announces that there will be an informational meeting about this summer's 2014 Training for More Half-Marathon 11-week training program on Monday, June 9 at 6:30 p.m. at the Mark Skinner Library on the south corner of Rt. 7A/West Rd., (just north of the Equinox Hotel). Training for More is a local women's running and walking group that was founded by Lynn Grieger in 2008. Linda took over the organizational reigns of TFM this fall after Lynn moved to Arizona. Since its inception,
more than 100 southern Vermont and eastern New York women have completed half marathon training and finished one or more half marathons. Training schedules and personal history paperwork will be handed out at the meeting. This summer Training for More season is timed to prepare women for taking part in the Maple Leaf Half Marathon on Saturday, Sept. 6 in Manchester. But the training season will also prepare runners and walkers alike for any late summer or early fall half marathon, or a
shorter distance like a 10K (6.2 miles) at the Susan G. Komen for Cure's Vermont race on Saturday, Sept. 20. TFM half marathon training will be begin on Saturday, June 21, with a 3 mile run/walk in Manchester. TFM Summer 2014 Training fee (supporting the training plan and supplies) is $45 for TFM returnees and $55 for new trainees. It should be noted that trainees will be responsible for their own race registrations. For more information, email Linda at email@example.com
Irene and Bing Hunter Memorial Golf Tournament The Long Trail School will once again host the Irene and Bing Hunter Memorial Golf Tournament on Saturday, June 14 at the Golf Club at The Equinox. The tourney, considered a testament to the Huntersâ€™ philanthropic efforts to assist area children with scholarships, will have an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start.
This is a fun-filled tournament for players of all levels. There are multiple prizes and contests to enjoy. Irene and Bing Hunter established a legacy of philanthropy which extends into many parts of life in the Northshire and beyond; this tournament recognizes one of their many valued causes. The entry fee includes an
Equinox luncheon in addition to the round of play. Whether you are an individual or have a favorite foursome, all are welcome to sign up in support of student scholarships. For more information and the registration form, click on the LTS Golf Tournament button at www. longtrailschool.org, or call Kim Rizio at 802-867-5717, ext. 147.
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An opening reception will be held on Saturday, June 14 from 2 to 4 p.m. in Yester House for exhibitions by Southern Vermont Arts Center artists Alan Nyiri, Barbara Pafume, Leslie Parke, Leslie Peck, Bonnie Rapaport, Cynthia Rosen, and Elaine Witten. The reception is free to the public and is accompanied by complimentary wine and hors dâ€™oeuvres. Elaine Witten presents a mixed media show of sculpture, painting, and drawing. An award-winning bronze sculptor, Witten is known for classic form, creative use of negative space, and illusion of movement. In Cynthia Rosenâ€™s work, abstraction meets realism, giving a new face to the classic landscape. Her energetic, layered brushstrokes and vivid color choices create dynamic
scenes with a twist. Bonnie Rapaport rekindles the dramatic chiaroscuro style of classic European still life, using dark shadows and theatrical lighting to compliment her vases, flowers, and fruits. Using crisp, smooth brushstrokes, Leslie Peck creates realistic, bold portraits of animals and still lifes, bringing out the subtle beauty and simplicity of their nature with strong contrasts and dignified ambiance. Leslie Parke explores the line between the abstract and the representational in her exhibit entitled â€œEverything is Real.â€? At first glance, her paintings appear to be abstract, yet each portrays a tangible subject, bringing into question our perception of reality. Award-winning watercolor artist Barbara Pafume draws inspiration from the magic and mystery of the natural world.
Through deep color and strong contrast, Pafume aims to transform everyday scenes into memorable moments of beauty, drama, and passion. Alan Nyiriâ€™s expansive photographs of the Vermont landscape offer a look at our surroundings through an enchanted lens. Mountains, valleys, forests, and streams come alive in striking light, dramatic color, and decisive composition. The shows run through July 20. The Southern Vermont Arts Center is located on West Road in Manchester, Vermont, one mile north of the Equinox Resort. It features a museum, performing arts pavilion, education center, sculpture garden, hiking trails and the largest permanent art gallery in Vermont. For hours and further information, go to www.svac.org or call 802-362-1405.
UCS Announces â€œGo the Distanceâ€? 5K Race Summer Reading Program to United Counseling Service announces that registration is open for Go the Distance, a 5K fun run sponsored by the Batten Kill Valley Runners Club to benefit the Peer Support Program at UCS. The 5K will take place on Saturday June 21, starting at 9 a.m. at 316 Dewey Street in Bennington. â€œThe peer support program offers someone the opportunity to overcome the ups and downs that are often associated with
mental illness,â€? said race organizer and UCS Community Support Services Manager Jo Anne Larsen. â€œThis run supports a great cause and is a wonderful chance to have fun and be active.â€? Interested runners can register for the event on the Active. com website. Cost of pre-registration is $15 or $20 on race day. Kids under 14 can participate for $10, and a family rate is being offered for $35. Pre-
registered runners will receive a free Go the Distance t-shirt. T-shirts will be available to those who register on race day on a first-come basis. There will be a free fun run for children following the awards ceremony. For more information, a registration form and a course map, please call Jo Anne Larsen at 802-442-5491 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dorset Historical Society program, June 19 Authors Jennifer and Wilson Brown will speak at noon on Thursday, June 19 at the Dorset Historical Society. Their book, â€œFrom obscurity to prominence in early Vermont: Col. William Marsh, patriot and loyalist,â€? examines the Revolutionary War period of
Vermont history and the men who determined the future of the state. Colonel Marsh and his contemporaries fought within themselves to determine where their loyalties lay â€“ as Patriots or Loyalists. The Browns have detailed their sources in presenting an informative history
of this era. This brown bag lunch lecture is free and open to all. Dessert and drinks will be offered after the lecture. The Dorset Historical Society is located at Kent Hill Road and Rte. 30, Dorset. For more information, visit dorsetvthistory.org or call 867-0331.
start at Mark Skinner Library Mark Skinner Libraryâ€™s 2014 Summer Reading Program â€œFizz, Boom, Read!â€? will begin registration on Tuesday, June 17. This program is open to young people, toddlers through teens. The first 25 kids to sign up will each receive one free raffle ticket good for use with the great baskets that will be on display in the library. Throughout the summer, participants will receive one free raffle ticket for every two hours of reading and/or being read to. Baskets will be raffled off in August. The summer programs feature science in many different forms. Programs include Drumming with Saragail Benjamin on July 17 at 10:30
a.m. Pre-register by calling 362-2607. On July 23 at 6:30 p.m., the library presents a Fun Science Fair with Nano Sand, Lava Lamps and much more. Preregistration is required. An African Photo Safari with Ted Schiffman will be offered at 10:30 a.m. on July 24. Rainbow Loom Maker Day will be held on July 31 at 10:30 a.m. Pre-registration is required; attendance is limited. Call the library to register at 362-2607. The last program will be on Aug. 7 at 10:30 a.m. Meet live owls and raptors with Mike from the Southern Vermont Natural History Museum. For more information, call the library at 362-2607.
Vermont patriot to be discussed Zion Church and St. Johnâ€™s Chapel Summer Schedule The Bennington Historical Society (BHS) will present noted authors and historians Jennifer S.H. Brown and Wilson B. Brown on Sunday, June 15 at 2 p.m. at the Bennington Museum. The Browns will discuss their book â€œCol. William Marsh, Vermont Patriot and Loyalist.â€? The Brownsâ€™ engaging book tells the story of William Marsh (1738-1816), an intriguing but little-known Revolutionary figure. Before the American Revolution, Marsh and several thousand other New Hampshire Grants settlers faced grave challenges
to their land titles from New York which laid claim to the territory that was to become Vermont. A colonel in the Manchester, Vt. militia, Marsh supported the Green Mountain Boys and played a key role in uniting the Vermont towns as they organized to request the American Continental Congress to recognize them as a state. When the congress refused, Marsh turned to the British as offering the best prospects for Vermont as it struggled to survive on its own. Although the British failed to make Vermont into a British colony, Marsh and other
Vermont loyalists and partisans secured Vermontâ€™s neutrality in the later years of the Revolution, protecting it from the severe British raids. This presentation, made possible by the members of the Bennington Historical Society, is free and open to the public. Attend the program for a chance to win fabulous door prizes. For more information on this and other BHS programs, visit benningtonmuseum.org/bennington-historicalsociety. The Bennington Museum is located at 75 Main Street in Bennington, Vt. and can be reached at 802-447-1571.
This week at Northshire Bookstore Acclaimed American novelist Howard Norman will discuss his new book â€œNext Life Might be Kinderâ€? at 7 p.m. on Friday, June 13 at the Northshire Bookstore in Manchester. Norman makes a brilliant return to fiction, delivering a tale of murder, loss, desperation, faith, and above all else the redemptive powers of love. Howard Norman is a threetime winner of National Endowment for the Arts fellowships and a winner of the Lannan Award for fiction. His 1987 novel, â€œThe Northern Lights,â€? was nominated for a National Book Award, as was his 1994 novel â€œThe Bird Artist.â€? On Saturday, June 14 at 6 p.m., Bill Morgan, president of the Bennington Historical Society,
will present his book â€œThe Civil War Loverâ€™s Guide to New York City.â€? Veteran author Bill Morganâ€™s â€œThe Civil War Loverâ€™s Guide to New York Cityâ€? examines more than 150 of these largely overlooked monuments and often forgotten historical gems. Bill Morgan is a writer, editor, and archival consultant who has lived in New York City for more than 30 years. The late Richard A. Duvallâ€™s thriller, â€œThe Ox Factor,â€? will be presented by Steve Seitz at 4 p.m. on Monday, June 16. The presentation will be followed by an informal discussion with Debbi Wraga of ShiresPress. Mr. Duvall's book was published at the Northshire. Join
Steve Seitz and Northshire Publishing Coordinator, Debbi Wraga at the end of the event for an informal discussion about the ShiresPress publishing experience. Richard Duvall served in the Merchant Marine in WWII and in the U.S. Army in the Korean War. After he was graduated in Colgate University, he worked intensively in China and insights gained there formed the foundation for his novel, The Ox Factor. For more information, call 802-362-2200 or visit www.northshire.com.
Zion Episcopal Church, Manchester Center and St. Johnâ€™s Chapel, Manchester Village, announce that the summer service schedule will remain the same for Zion Church: Sundays at 8 and 10 a.m. and Wednesdays at 12:15 and St. Johnâ€™s Chapel services will be on Sundays at 11 a.m. from June 15 through Sept. 14.
For more information, contact Zion Church at 802-362-1987 or info@zionchurchmanchester. org or visit www.zionchurchmanchester.org Zion Church is located at 5167 Main Street/ Route 7A north between Gringo Jackâ€™s and Ye Olde Tavern and St. Johnâ€™s Chapel is at 3512 Main Street/Route 7A just south of the Equinox shops.
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Start the Conversation, June 17 Planning for end of life care is as important as all the other life plans people make. Having a plan makes it easier for you, your doctor and your loved ones if, in the future, decisions about treatment need to be made at a time when you are unable to. The Rutland Area Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice (RAVNAH) will host a â€œStart the Conversationâ€? presentation on Tuesday, June 17, from 4 to 5:30 p.m., at the First Congregational Church, located at 3624 Main St. in Manchester Village. The event is being presented by Southwestern Vermont Health
Care Hospice Medical Director Dr. Allen Hutcheson and Elizabeth Fredland, LICSW. â€œStart the Conversationâ€? is a public education initiative sponsored by Rutland Area Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice (RAVNAH) that encourages identifying your health care choices, talking about decisions with loved ones and doctors, and putting your plans in writing to be ready if needed. The workshop is free and open to the public. To register, please contact Mary Pleasant at 802-442-5502 or at email@example.com.
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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 G A R D E N C U LT I VATO R high wheel with 3 attachments. $75. 518-587-1755 GOLF BAG good condition. $10. 518-677-3660 GOLF BAG Titech, black with grey trim, heavy duty, nylon with stand, nearly new. $20. 518-638-9010
KOBO TOUCH WIFI E-reader, black. $45. 518-955-2499 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
DOORS 2 LOUVER doors 80 x 15 w/hardware. Like new. $10. 518-692-9320
GOLF CLUB TRAVEL bag Wilson w/wheels, storage pockets, used once. $50. 518-692-1070
DRESS dressy, long black with shor t jacket, size 10, new. $99. 518-642-0654
GOLF CLUBS & BAG Lady Trutech, woods & irons, like new. $99. 518-692-9459
LEATHER JACKET ladies size large. $20. 802-5373175
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
GOLF CLUBS w/bag, Cobra, irons 3-9, gap & pitching wedge w/driver. $60. 518692-1070
LONDON FOG COAT ladies size 14. $20. 802-537-3175
DRESSER old. $40. 518854-3872
GPX DVD-CD AND photo CD player w/remote and cable. $10. 518-499-5059
D R E S S E R p i n e wo o d , 9 drawers. $40 obo. 518-3011200 DRESSER small three drawers, wooden. $35. 802-3253546 DRESSER with mirror, 6 drawers, wooden. $75. 802325-3546 DUAL CORDLESS PHONES GE model 25861, 5.8 ghz, answering system, new batteries. $22. 518-7795307 DUCK PRINT 20â€? x 24â€?, or iginal frame, over 100 years old, beautiful. $45. 802-265-8650 ELECTRIC MOTOR 1/2hp, like new. $75. 518-793-0657
MAPLE OVAL TABLE w/2 leaves. $50. 518-692-7164
GREAT WOODEN SIDE table. $25. 518-879-1332
MATTRESS PAD King size magnetic therapy, 100s of embedded magnets, thick & luxurious, like new. $75. 518639-8900
GUITAR CASE soft sided. $25. 518-282-9975
METAL SHELVES need to transport. $10. 518-642-8126
HEPA AIR FILTER compact Holmes model, filter included, improves air quality. $20. 518-638-9010
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
HIP WADERS Progear, size 9, new. $25. 518-677-3660 H I TA C H I C O R D L E S S DRILL 12V, 2 batteries & flashlight in case. $40. 518642-3727 HOOD â€˜91 Ford F250, dark grey with hinges, no rust or dings, good condition. $90. 518-686-7080
END TABLES tables & coffee table w/storage, dark pine, and two lamps, good condition. $99. 518-692-7408
H O OV E R F L O O R M AT E hard floor cleaner, dry vacuum, wet clean; not for carpets. Excellent. $45. 518854-9326
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER oak with 27â€? color TV, excellent condition. $60. 518-639-3019
HP COPIER Office Jet 4500, copier/scanner/fax/printer, excellent condition. $40. 518-282-9975
FERAL CAT TRAP Havahart, also for domestic cat transport, never used. $50. 518-686-8223
HUTCH large, pine, excellent condition. $99. 802-3623071 or 802-558-3649
FILE CABINET HON 2drawer black, vertical commercial-grade quality. $99. 518-955-2499
L E AT H E R JAC K E T W i l sons, size small, brand new. $75. 518-232-1752
ICE SHANTY/SLEIGH w/removable shelter, hand-made. $99. 518-686-7832 INDIAN CHIEF STAMPS Asking $50. 518-499-2348
MICROWAVE 1 year old, excellent condition. $50. 518-507-6292 MINI TRAMPOLINE Jack LaLanne, good condition. $15. 518-677-3660 NEBULIZER Philips Respironics, used twice. $20. 518779-5307 OLD TOOLS blow torch, jack, grinder, shoe stand. $30. 518-854-7011 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 POOL Intex, 15 x 42, metal frame with filter, cover, ladder, used one season. $99. 518-779-5307
POTTERY 12 gallon pickling jug, rough shape. $25. 518260-8048 R A D I A L A R M S AW 1 0 â€? M.W. with shop vac. $75. 802-265-3619 RAMBER COAT ladies size 10, tan. $20. 802-537-3175 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 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 RUNNER RUG 2â€™X8â€™ French countr y pattern, beautiful blue & sunny yellow. Nearly new condition. $30. 518-7918191 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 SHOT GLASS COLLECTORS 13 different states and glass ash tray Glens Falls â€œLUMSâ€?. $20. 518-499-5059 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 SMALL AREA RUG 2â€™2â€? x 3â€™3â€?, French country pattern, beautiful blue & sunny yellow. Nearly new condition. $20. 518-791-8191 S N OW B OA R D T R AV E L CASE hard shell, lockable. $25. 518-260-8048 S N OW S H O E S a n t i q u e , great condition. $40. 518642-8126 SOFA three cushions, beige plaid in color, excellent condition. $99. 802-362-3071 or 802-558-3649 SOLAR POOL COVER 16 x 32, on rod, all hardware incl, used 5-7 times, excellent shape. $50. 518-753-4359
STEP LADDER Werner fiberglass, 8â€™. $40. 518-8547011
TROLLING MOTOR Magnum Motor Guide, model 54 0, 34 lbs t h r us t , deck mount. $50. 518-677-2766
STEREO AM/FM w/5 speakers, subwoofer and iPod dock and mp3 connection, Phillips. $40. 518-955-2499 STOOLS one w/back, two without backs. Asking $30. 518-499-2348 TABLE & CHAIRS wood with extension. $75. 802325-3546 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
TRUCK CAP 6â€™3â€? x 5â€™1â€?. $50. 802-273-2053 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
TELEVISION Sony 48â€? big screen, cable and game ready. $50. 973-270-7770 TELEVISION 27â€? not a flat screen, works good. $50. 518-499-0028
TYPEWRITER ELECTRIC SMITH Corona. Excellent condition. $40. 518-753-4556
TELEVISION 19â€? Orion, color, great condition. $10 obo. 518-301-1200
VA N I T Y W / M I R R O R wrought iron, glass top and cushioned floral seat. $25. 518-642-2720
TELEVISION Sanyo D P 1 9 6 4 9 , H D T V L C D, works perfect. $75. 518-6329150 TENT 7x7 Coleman sundome, excellent condition. $25. 518-677-3660 TIRE 7.00 15LT8PR on 4 hole rim, brand new. $30. 518-686-7832 TOOLS concrete rakes, hoe, post hole digger, brushes. $50. 518-854-7011
SQUARE BALER New Holland super hay liner 69, good for parts, baled hay last year. $250. 802-287-2274 or 802282-8815
TRUCK CAP 6â€™4â€? x 5â€™1â€?. $75. 802-273-2053
TWIN HEAD QUARTZ Work light, Craftsman, 250-1000 watts, adj hgt to 67â€?, tripod base, new cond. $30. 518587-0836
TELEVISION Proscan 32â€? LCD flat screen w/DVD unit, 3 years old, missing orig remote, w/universal, works great. $95. 518-695-6926
WALK BEHIND MOWER Jari, sickle bar, runs good. $99. 518-587-1755
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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
MERCHANDISE #TVKENGU(QT5CNG 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
TELESCOPE PATIO FURNITURE Set plus chaise, never used, orig boxes, sell only as set. Paid $1800, Make offer anxious to sell. 802-394-7868
%QOOGTEKCN 'SWKROGPV T R O J A N F R O N T- E N D LOADER Cummins diesel, straight frame, 4wd auto drive, good brakes & hydraulics, runs & works well, well maintained. $7000 obo. 518-639-8900
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(KTGYQQF A L L Q UA L I T Y H A R D WOOD FIREWOOD accurate measured loads, seasoned & green avail. 802855-3974 or 518-642-1558
WA L L OV E N Ke n m o r e , stainless exterior, electric. $80. 802-362-1185
MAYTAG side by side refrigerator with ice maker, electric range w/glass top & Broan hood, excellent condition. $600. 802-345-6587
WATER HEATER Promax, 40 gallons, used 1 year. $80. 518-223-5443
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.
RASCAL 600 HANDICAPPED scooter, with car carrier, $700. 518-499-2313
ESTATE PURCHASES buying outright whole estates, single items and garage sale items. Estate clean outs are our specialty. 518-747-0197
R E L I A N T H E AV Y D U T Y spindle shaper machine, $300. 518-695-5435
WINE CARRIER Skybar, keeps bottles chilled & protected, hard case w/handle, never used. $12. 518-6389010 WOOD CARTE NIGHT stand, solid wood, excellent condition w/drawer. $25. 518-587-6103
2 TWIN BED FRAMES FREE and 2 like new boy springs. 518-854-7797
DINING ROOM SET maple, table with 2 leafs & pads, 6 chairs, and 2 piece hutch, very good condition. $380. 518-695-6994
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.
)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. BENSON United Church of Benson basement, 6/14. Nativity scene, small refrigerator, wicker planter, glassware, menâ€™s tools, lamps, picture frames, and much more BENSON, VT Jan Bur lesonâ€™s tomato plants. Brian Scott assor ted books. Antique fishing rod & reel, militar y cots, fish tanks, misc. stuff. Route 22A near Taco Stand. 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.
SPERRY NEW HOLLAND 256 Rake, used last year. $1000. 802-287-2274 or 802282-8815
COSSAYUNA Lake wide yard sale. Over 30 participants. Something for everyone. Follow signs. Saturday, June 14. 9am-4pm. WELLS 351 North Street, 6/ 14 & 6/15, 8am-3pm. Antiques, household items, tools.
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&QIU%CVU2GVU FREE (3) BABY RATS hand tamed, 1 male and 2 females. Pets only. 518-6422928
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(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 WHITEHALL lrg 3 bdrm w/ porch, recently partially renovated. $925/mth incl heat, Sec & ref. 518-932-4654
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(518) 499-1498 GRANVILLE Quaker St. 3 bdrm. $750/month includes garbage & snow removal. Avail June 1st. 518-932-4196 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 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
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
WHITEHALL 2 bdrm, $675/ mo. incl heat & hot water, W/ D, no pets, 1st month + sec & ref. 518-307-2174
%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
LAKE BOMOSEEN 3bdrm, 2 baths on private road, lake rights, first, last & security, $1000/mth +utilities. 802273-2220 MANCHESTER, VT 3bdrm, 2.5 bath, pet friendly, $2250/ mth. Available August. 802366-9101 S GRANVILLE 2 bdrm house, updated kitchen, incl util + W/D. $750/mth. Call after 4:30pm 518-955-2192
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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
2007 CHEVY MALIBU loaded, new tires, 31,000 miles, $9000. 518-507-6366
PORTA-BOTE folding boat, includes extras, folds for transport or storage. Asking $700. New $1900. Call Sue 518-692-1290.
1984 JUBILEE CAMPER 8 cyl W/B, sleeps 6, 54,000 miles, good shape, $2000. 518-642-2163
1 4 6 6 I N T E R N AT I O N A L Good condition, fresh engine, new 20.8 X 38 rubber, $12,500/obo. 802-345-5617
2004 SPRINTER LA 32â€™ 2 slide, rear living room, nonsmoker, excellent condition. 2004 Duramax diesel, new condition, loaded. Both $24,000/obo 802-265-3872
INTERNATIONAL Full size antique tractor, all reconditioned, 12 volt, $3000. 802235-2137
1 9 7 9 C O RV E T T E T- TO P 5 2 0 0 0 m i l e s, eve r y t h i n g works excellent, 350 auto, silver, new paint, almost new rubber. $8500 obo. 802-7700262 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 2004 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE Special Edition, 121K mi, leather, tow pkg, sunroof, well maintained. $4800. 802345-1100 2005 CHRYSLER PACIFICA LIMITED, loaded! AWD, remote tailgate, 1265k highway, 1 owner, new inspection, looks & runs great! Reduced to $5700 obo. 518639-8900 2005 FORD ESCAPE V6, AC, roof racks, privacy windows, full power, multi CD, clean, 114K, asking $5500. 518-499-0417
2007 HYUNDAI SONATA 98000 miles, new tires & battery, great shape, one owner. $6500. 518-527-6339 2007 PONTIAC G6 GT exc e l l e n t c o n d i t i o n , p owe r everything, sunroof, great mpg, 114k. $6,800 obo. 802287-2241 2007 VW RABBIT 2.5, 4 dr, Silver metallic 5 spd, new belts & 60k mi service just done, great shape. $7200 obo. 518-450-1731 2008 FORD FOCUS SES. 5 speed, 60,200 miles, sunroof, AC, PW, great condition, comes w/4 winter tires, $8500/obo. 802-265-3649 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 2011 CHEVY EQUINOX 6 spd, 2.4L, 4 cylinder, 13000 miles, perfect condition, tan. $16800. 518-812-7597 2012 CHEVY CRUZE LT manual transmission, 35 MPG, 25,500 miles, RV towable, $14,500. 518-496-3830
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$QCVU 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 20FT INVADER with galvanized trailer, cuddy cabin, inboard motor. $1050. 518638-8745 ALUMACRAFT 18.5â€™ CANOE Great condition, great for camp, $450. 518-7534985 BOAT MOTOR TRAILER 40HP, runs good, $1200. 802-293-5210
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
(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
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
2002 GMC EXTENDED CAB Z71 good condition, clean, $7000/obo. 518-6927339
1990 HD FXRS 1300cc, new tires, $6000. 802-325-3127
63 FERGUSON BACK HOE Needs work, $3500. 518695-4173
1994 HONDA GOLDWING SE 1500cc, 54,000 miles, excellent shape, $5500. 518692-8489
9 1 I N T E R N AT I O N A L DUMP TRUCK $3000 obo. Serious inquires only. 518307-1340
1999 HD SPORTSER 1200 custom, 10,400 miles, lots of chrome, new tires & battery, spotless. $6,800. 802-2822803
2 NEW JOHN DEERE tire rims, 6-hole on 6 inch centers for 8.50, 12 tires. 518796-3106
2005 KAWASAKI Z750S blue sport bike, cruiser, 7500 miles, like new, $2500 OBO. 518-282-9972
SET OF 4 Cooper tires 185/ 65 R15 M & S Touring, used one summer, $300. 518-6429566
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
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
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.
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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