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‘Patsy Cline’ to perform at Fair Haven American Legion By Ellen Ricks Don’t “Fall to pieces” when you read this but Patsy Cline is coming to Fair Haven. Okay, don’t call us “Crazy” yet, it isn’t the real Patsy Cline, but Tickets available Courtney Shayne, a Patsy Cline impersonator who’s close to the real starting thing. tomorrow Her show, “Memories of Patsy: The Patsy Cline Tribute,” will take place on Saturday, Aug. 19, at the Fair Haven American Legion Post 39 on South Main Street. The audience is taken back on a trip in time to “the days when this amazing singer graced the stages of

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keynote speaker and performer. Dr. Tortolano will The Poultney Historical hold a “Vermont Music Society is hosting their preSampler” program, which mier event, East Poultney will explore the rich history Day, on August 12 from 9 a.m. and fascinating musical folkto 4 p.m. Each year this event lore of Vermont. This prois held on the second gram will include a slide preSaturday in August on the sentation, music, commenEast Poultney tary from Dr. Green. This year’s theme is Tortolano, and This year’s “Music of Poultney: A a demonstratheme is tion on one of “Music of Salute to Ruth Czar” Poultney Poultney: A Historical Salute to Ruth Society’s melodeons. Czar,” which celebrates both East Poultney Day is a day the musical history of the filled with activities, games, town and the past president food, and most importantly, of the Poultney Historical music! Over 40 different venSociety. dors will be in attendance, In accordance with the selling crafts, folk arts, musical theme, Dr. William antiques, collectibles, maple Tortolano, Professor syrup, herbal soaps, handEmeritus of Fine Arts and Music at Saint Michael’s See POULTNEY, pg. 2 College will be featured as

Firemen’s Fair starts Wednesday By Krystle S. Morey Volunteer firefighters at the Granville Hook & Ladder Fire Company say this year’s firemen’s fair is going to be the largest one yet.

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Hampton founder memorialized By Matthew Saari

ed a service on Saturday, July 22 to dedicate a stately stone grave markHampton saw an unusual level of er and pay their activity in recent respects at Warren’s days as dozens of “Interesting thing is the Warren resting place – family has been an important part final out-of-towners the Warren converged on the of Hampton for 250 years” Cemetery on County rural town to Route 18. commemorate n Hampton Supervisor Dave O’Brien “Interesting thing their ancestor – is the Warren family David Bishop has been an important part of Warren, the founder of Hampton. Descendants from Canada to See HAMPTON, pg. 4 South Carolina to California attend-

Descendants from Canada, South Carolina andCalifornia attended the July 22 service.

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TOWN OF WELLS INVITATION TO BID DELANEY PARK COMMITTEE Pavilion Foundation Project Bids Due by 12:00pm on August 21, 2017 For further information and bid specifications you may contact Tim Makepeace at 802-287-9541 or Rich Holcomb at 802-287-1284. Sealed Bids, clearly marked with “Delaney Park Pavilion Foundation Project Proposal” on the outside envelope are due by 12:00pm on August 21st, addressed to the attention of: Town of Wells Delaney Park Committee PO Box 585 1064 Route 30 Wells, VT 05774

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booklets and wristbands are available at most area businesses. Each coupon marks $5 off. There will also be individual Continued from front page ride tickets available. Roberts said the Hooks are New rides, food, fireworks working with vendors and and vendors are set to car dealerships to show off mark the four-day and sell their merchandise event, Aug. 9-12. as well. Any interested “We’ve got more vendors should call than 18 rides coming Roberts at 518-642-2320. in,” said Hooks presiNext year, the Hooks dent Dan Roberts. hope to have tractor and The Hooks this truck pull events, Robert year changed the said. name of their annual “Each year we are going carnival to the to take another step for“Granville Hook & ward,” he said. Ladder Firemen’s The fair is a major fundFair,” because the size raiser for the Hook & of this year’s event is Ladder Fire Company. going to be larger Proceeds, after paying venthan years’ past. dors and the ride company, The firemen last Steven “Skeeter” Morse (left) and Dan Roberts will go toward truck and month burned down would like to invite everyone to their annual building maintenance, the former casino gear for firefighters and Fireman’s Fair. building at the East equipment, Roberts said. Potter Avenue lot The event will be staged where the event is held, to make at the East Potter Avenue fair the stage Thursday , followed by more room for the increased grounds, running from 5 to 11 One for the Road Band (classic number of rides. p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and rock) Friday and Rustic Spirit Dreamland Amusements, a Friday. On Saturday, it’ll be open Band (country and classic rock) company that carries more than from 3 to 11 p.m., with a fireSaturday . All performances are 45 fair rides to fairs and fairs works show starting at 10:30 p.m. from New Hampshire to Florida, set for 7-10 p.m. Parking and admission to the There will not be a parade will set up the rides this year. fair is free. Coupons for ride this year. “They do big fairs,” Roberts

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Bids will be opened by both the Select Board and Delaney Park Committee at 7pm on August 22, 2017. Town of Wells reserves the right to reject any or all bids.

FAIR HAVEN GRADE SCHOOL Registration for NEW students at Fair Haven Grade School will be held August 14, 15, 16, 17 & 18 from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm. This registration is for NEW students ONLY for Kindergarten through grade 8 for the school year 2017-2018. Those registering are asked to bring birth certificates and immunization records with them. You may contact Mrs. Demasi, or Mrs. Langmaid, school secretaries at 265-3883 for more information.

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said of the company. The entertainment line-up opens Wednesday, Aug. 9, with Phil Hoyt, local country musician. Kelly & Son, a father-son acoustic/electric duo, will take

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Patsy Continued from front page America,” says the Courtney Shayne website, capturing the essence of Patsy Cline in both voice and spirit. Shayne has toured the country, from California to New York City, with rave reviews. She has performed on stage for more than 18 years and is a native of New York’s Capital Region, where she lives with her husband and two young sons. She holds awards from both Schenectady Light Opera Company and Theater Association of New York State. Shayne said she got the motivation to bring Patsy Cline songs and story to audience by a lifelong affinity for her music, as well as “a nudge from my grandfather.” Patsy Cline’s best-known country classics include “Crazy”, “I Fall to Pieces,” “Walkin’ After Midnight” and many others. Cline died tragically in a plane crash in 1963 at the age of 30. The show will start at 7 p.m. on Saturday and tickets are $15. Advance tickets will be available at Post 49 after 1 p.m. on Saturday until they are sold out. For more information, visit http://www.courtneyshayne. com or call 802-263-7983.

Poultney Continued from front page made pottery and jewelry, and more! Spaces are still available for vendors interested in setting up shop on Aug 12. Vendors and demonstrators of traditional foods and crafts may apply for a space by contacting the Poultney Historical Society at 802-287-5252 or at info@poultneyhistoricalsociety.org.


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Letters to the Editor Garden Clubs says thanks The Slate Valley Garden Club would like to thank the community and our neighbors for making this year’s annual plant and bake sale, “Bloom Thyme,” an overwhelming success. Whether you stopped by to buy baked goods, choose a plant, buy some raffle tickets, or make a donation, you helped us to raise much needed funds. These funds are used for our yearly scholarships to gradu-

ating high school seniors, to continue beautification projects in the Granville village, and to support numerous local civic organizations and community services that count on our support. We would like to extend a special thank you to Tractor Supply Company Store for generously allowing us the use of their facilities. Their location made our sale highly visible thereby increasing

the number of people who stopped by to visit our sale. It is extremely rewarding to see how our efforts are appreciated and to know that Granville and the surrounding communities support us. Thank you again, Robyn Lipschutz, Chair, Bloom Thyme Slate Valley Garden Club

Merger chair urges community to attend forum To the Editor, The Pawlet Rupert Merger Study Committee has been working since May 2017 on a merger study for the Pawlet, Rupert, and Mettawee school boards. The committee is in the final stages of completing a Draft Merger Study Report with Articles of Agreement to be sent to the State of Vermont for approval. A public forum will be held on Aug. 10 at 7 p.m. at the Mettawee Community School offering an opportunity for community members to address questions and make comments related to the proposal. Copies of the Study Committee Worksheet and Articles of Agreement and anticipated community questions and answers are available at brsu.org under the Act 46 tab – Pawlet and Rupert Merger

Committee. Paper copies may also be obtained by contacting the BRSU 802-362-2452, Mettawee School 802-645-9009, Rupert Town Office 802-3947728, or Pawlet Town Office 3253309. In addition, the committee meetings to date have been recorded by PEGTV, links to these recordings are on the brsu.org website referenced above. The members of the committee encourage community participation at the Aug. 10 forum as this is a time to give input prior to a finalized report being sent to the State of Vermont. After state approval of the Articles of Agreement, an informational meeting and vote by both the Pawlet and Rupert communities will be held Nov. 7, 2017. In addition to voting on the merger, the communities

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will also be voting on a new unified school board for the newly formed district. Community members interested in being members of the anticipated newly-formed school board will need to have petitions in to the Town Clerk of their town (Pawlet or Rupert) “not less than 30 days nor more than 40 days prior to the date of the vote” which would be between Sept. 28 and Oct. 8, 2017. Petitions will be available on the brsu.org website as well as at the BRSU, Mettawee School, and Town Offices. Please join the committee on Aug. 10 at 7 p.m. at the Mettawee Community School Multi-purpose Room. Sincerely, Susan Hosley, Chairperson Pawlet Rupert Merger Study Committee

Vendors wanted for town-wide sales Poultney is seeking merchandisers, food makers, crafters, pack-rats and more to sell items at its annual town-wide sale on Saturday, Oct. 14. Poultney Area Chamber of Commerce vendor spaces are filling up quickly, but there are still some available to rent. The Chamber welcomes crafters, food makers, farmers, restaurant owners, nonprofits, school groups, civic groups and of course anyone with yard sale items. Each Main Street vendor space is $20; the size of the space is 15 feet and the curb to the sidewalk in depth. The sale hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain or shine. For an application for Town Wide Yard Sale day

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Paul Wiskoski Now, Paul was in high school when I was, but I can’t figure out if he was two or three years ahead of me. He was one of those guys who was always in the woods. Pickup trucks – always, chain saws, tools, guns. At one point he had a good

logging business. And then his business sense told him that there was room for a pizza business in Hydeville, so he opened up Paul’s Pizza. My favorite was the meatball sub. He and his wife, Judy, ran that for quite a while. Then he had Phil Mallett run it

Continued from front page for him. I lost track for the last few years until I read his obit. I can tell you t his – he was a helluva nice guy and a hard working man of the woods. May God be with you, Paul Wiskoski

Loraine M. Calvi For 98 years she was one of the nicest and most respected ladies in all of Fair Haven. Now when you come down with a disease like diabetes, people don’t bail out on you; they just distance themselves as you do them. Old school people are just the opposite. They go out of their way to help. Loraine was a good example of that and I am about to tell you how. In the late 1970’s I had graduated from CSC with a B.S. in Business Management. I had continued my house painting business that had helped me through my college summers. I loved being outdoors as it allowed me all kinds of ideas for my writing. But, eating ten candy bars so I could scrape wasn’t the way to treat my diabetic body. Coming out of Loso’s Dairy Bar one day I saw someone waving from within Wood’s Agency. It was an old

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“Ned, we need to have a talk.” His hands were flailing and he was jabbering a mile a minute as they went into the back office. Ned was so excited he left the door ajar behind him and I heard every word. “Ned, you need to calm down. Don’t you think he’s having enough troubles with his diabetes. All he wants is a chance. And we can give him that chance.” They came out of the office and Ned said, “We’ve changed our mind, where do I sign?” As he was signing, I gave his wife a quiet “Thank you.” An act of kindness like that is something you never, ever want to forget and to be sure that I don’t I still carry that little orange R.E. License dated 1977 in my wallet today. I thank you once again, but not so silent, for being the prim and proper, beautiful person that you always were. May God bless Loraine M. Calvi.

The submittal date for nominations for 2017 Citizen of the Year has been extended to Aug. 25 to enable more of our region’s long-time seasonal residents to participate. Do you know a Poultney citizen volunteer who goes above and beyond the call of duty to enrich the Poultney community in sharing their time and talents to it? Nominate your ideal Poultney citizen volunteer for the 2017 Poultney Area Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year award. Presented annually since 1990, the Citizen of the Year Award honors a resident citizen who has made major contributions to the betterment of Poultney; has distinguished himself or herself through out-

standing service to the community; and who typifies the true spirit of service and self-sacrifice in representing the finest ideals of Poultney citizenship. The 2017 Citizen of the Year will be recognized at a Chamber of Commerce reception in which all are welcome to attend. Nominations are accepted in letter format only. They should state the name, address and phone number of the citizen nominee, a biographical sketch of the nominee and provide supporting testimonials. Nomination letters should also include name, address and phone number of the person submitting in case the Chamber’s Citizen of the Year Committee need additional information about the nominee.

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Hampton for 250 years,” said Hampton supervisor Dave O’Brien. One such descendant was Army Capt. Patrick Smith stationed at Fort Drum in Watertown. Jill Russell, a third great-granddaughter of Warren’s hailing from Yorktown, Virginia delivered a comprehensive history on the life of Warren. Yet another familial relation was Revolutionary War reenactor Tim Smith, who was present to pipe a tune on a fife, much like Warren probably did centuries ago. Warren was born in either 1763 or 1764 in Sunderland, Vermont. At the age of seven Warren and his family moved to Pittsford, Vermont, just north of Rutland. In 1778 the Warrens shifted once more, this time slightly south to Tinmouth, Vermont. One year later, at the age of 15, Bishop enlisted in a company of Vermont militia under the command of Capt. Tahan Noble. Warren was later assigned to Ebenezer Allen’s detachment and served from August 1779 until November 1779. Warren’s name also appears on the payroll as a fifer in a Ranger company under the command of Capt. Parmalee

Allen from February 1780 to December 1780. Following the Revolutionary War, Warren’s father, Gideon Warren, sold his Tinmouth property following the purchase of 500 acres in what was then considered “Greenfield” located in the “Western Union.” This acreage eventually became what is today known as Hampton. Hampton was originally considered a part of Vermont, but when the state border shifted to the Poultney River, the town was incorporated into New York. What remains a mystery is where the name of Hampton originated, instead of being something derived from Warren’s name like Warrensburg. “I never found that part of history,” O’Brien said. Warren uprooted himself several more times during his life, first travelling north up Lake Champlain to South Hero, Vermont before again displacing himself and settling in Canada. There he and his family would continue to live until 1828 when Warren sold his Canadian lands and returned to Hampton. Warren passed away one year later, on March 22, 1829. The stately stone grave marker is on land donated to the town of Hampton by Warren’s father.

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20th Annual Art on Edie’s Green set for Aug. 19 Come one, come all to the Pawlet Scholarship Committee’s 20th Annual Art on Edie’s Green in the center of beautiful Pawlet, Vermont on the edge of the Flower Brook. This year’s Art on Edie’s Green will be held on Saturday, Aug. 19 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will host 20-plus artists from around this art rich community, each generously donating 20 percent of their day’s earnings to the Pawlet Scholarship fund, a nonprofit, which provides scholarships to Pawlet and West Pawlet residents who are eager to make their higher education dreams come true. You will find a variety of mediums as well as styles at Art on Edie’s Green, something to speak to every art lover and

The Annual Art on Edie’s Green takes place in the center of Pawlet. connoisseur. Please come and meet the artists, enjoy some demonstrations, grab some

lunch, listen to some live music, support your local community, start your holiday

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in the education of its residents. This year’s event will be catered by Pawlet’s very own Helen Wood of Rupert Mountain Roost. She will be serving lunch right on Edie’s field. Bring a picnic blanket, enjoy the sights and sounds of beautiful Pawlet and stay for the day. Follow the signs to Art on Edie’s Green; there is ample parking at the field. From Route 30, turn onto Cemetery Road, between the Post Office and the bridge, look to the right and you can’t miss it. For more information or to apply as a participating artist, check out the committee at PawletScholarships.wordpress. com. For up to date information visit Art on Edie’s Green on Facebook.

Blue Jay Way to play Aug. 10 in Fair Haven Concert Series The Fair Haven Concerts in the Park will feature Blue Jay Way on Thursday, Aug. 10. This group is new to the Concerts in the Park series. They play rock n’ roll and concert goers will enjoy another great evening of entertainment for the whole family. What started out as a duo collaboration in the early 1970’s as students at then Castleton State College has evolved into a musical journey that has spanned five decades for the southern Vermont band known as Blue Jay Way. West Rutland native Dave Sabatino, on bass, and guitarist

Tim Brown of South Burlington hooked up as freshmen at CSC to perform locally at the Checkmate Lounge (now the Iron Lantern) back in 1974, and when a drummer was needed to expand to dance material, Sabatino called on Westside classmate Terry Jarrosak to fill the void. “Dave and I played music together growing up. We were doing the Beatles when the Beatles were still doing the Beatles,” joked Jarrosak, who is well known in the area as Terry Jaye, the morning DJ at WJJR. “Those were great times in

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Scott this past January in South Burlington. “I think we all feel pretty fortunate to be able to still get together and play music professionally. Performing is such a rush, and to be able to do it with such talented musicians and great guys makes it a lot of fun. I think that comes across in our music,” said Brown, whose “day job” for the past 30 years has been athletic director at Mt. Anthony Union High School in Bennington. Concerts go on rain or shine. The rain location is the First Congregational Church located at the north end of the park. We thank the Congregational Church for their hospitality. To see if the concert needs to be moved due to inclement weather, please call the Concert Hotline at 802265-3010 at ext. 301 after 4 p.m. on the day of the concert.

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Stepping out | FRI 8/4| BONE BUILDERS The Pawlet Public Library will hold a Bone Builders class from 9:30-10:30 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. This free innovative program provides strength training and is free and open to all. Information: 802-325-3592.

MAHJONG Every Friday morning from 9:30 a.m. to noon, the Castleton Community Center at 2108 Main St. in Castleton invites everyone to join the fun of mahjong, a game of skill, strategy and calculation. Information: 802-468-3093.

STORY TIME The Poultney Public Library will host summer story time at 11 a.m. on Fridays from July 14 to Aug. 11. Program is geared to ages 18 months to 5 years old, but children of all ages are welcome. Free and open to all. Information: 802-287-5556.

SCRABBLE Scrabble widens the vocabulary, helps strengthen spelling skills and is good “brain aerobics.” Join the Scrabble Group Friday mornings at 11 a.m. at the Castleton Community Center at 2108 Main St. Information: 802-4683093.

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FRIDAY FILM The Poultney Public Library will host a fun family movie Fridays at 6 p.m. on July 21 and August 4. Movie admission and popcorn are free for all ages. For specific titles, please call 802-287-5556.

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SUMMER COURSE St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Fair Haven will host a summer program for children grades 3-6. Courses are on Fridays with times varying from 3-6 p.m. Cost is $20 which covers the cost of music and reading material. For a full schedule and to register email junehale2015@gmail. com or call 802-537-2198.

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BASKET PARTY There will be a basket party in memory of Corey Martindale on Saturday, August 5. Doors open at 11 a.m. with drawings beginning at 1 p.m. There will be food, raffles, beverages and many baskets. $5 admission and $2 extra cards available. Come help support the family in their time on need. Information: 518-2829728

MULTIMEDIA PROGAM Author Rachelle Chase will present a multimedia program, “Buxton, Iowa: The Town that Vermonter Ben Buxton Built,” at the Middletown Springs Historical Society on Saturday, August 5 at 3 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Admission is free. Information: 802-235-2376.

ROAST PORK The Pawlet Community Church will host a Roast Pork Dinner on Saturday, August 5 at 4:30 p.m. Takeout available. Dinner includes Roast Pork baked with our famous topping, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, hot vegetables, cabbage salad, applesauce, fruited jello, rolls with butter, hot and cold beverages and a brownie sundae. Dinner is $12 for adults, age 6-12 $6, with children 5 and under eating free. Information: 802-3253428.

CONCERT Bob Amos & Catamount Crossing will perform at Merck Forest and Farmland Center on Saturday, August 5 at 6 p.m. This event is free and open to the public. Attendees can bring a picnic supper to enjoy in the meadow above the SapHouse and prepare for a toe-tapping good time. Information: 802-3947836.

ART RECEPTION Stone Valley Arts will present their upcoming art show, “George Bouret Photography: architecture, landscape & people” with an opening reception on Saturday, August 5 from 6-8 p.m. Information: www.stonevalleyarts.org

CONCERT Brandon Music will present New Dakotas on Saturday, August 5 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20. A pre-concert dinner is available for $25. Reservations are required for dinner and highly recommended for the show. Venue is BYOB. Information: 802-247-4295.

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AIRPLANE FLYING The pilots of the Rutland County RC Fliers will be operating their model aircraft at the Old Fair Haven Airpark Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, weather permitting, beginning at 9 a.m. Spectators welcome. Come out and enjoy the flying and learn about our great hobby.

of the Rutland County RC Fliers will be operating their model aircraft at the Old Fair Haven Airpark Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, weather permitting, beginning at 9 a.m. Spectators welcome. Come out and enjoy the flying and learn about our great hobby.

CHICKEN BBQ The Hubbardton Volunteer Fire Department will hold its annual chicken BBQ on Saturday, Augusts 5 at Crystal Beach. Each dinner includes half a chicken with homemade barbecue sauce, an ear of fresh local corn, and a side of baked beans or salad, all for only $10.

WOODS WALK Green Mountain Academy will host a walk in the woods at Merck Forest and Farmland Center in Rupert on Sunday, August 6 at 9:00 a.m. with forester Alan Calfee. Mr. Calfee will lead an exploration to examine an 18-year-old blowdown area and observe the

changes in the forest since that catastrophic event. This session is appropriate for anyone interested in learning more about our forests as well as the woodland owner interested in learning what they can do with their woodlands. Registration is $15 in advance or $20 at the trail. For more information or to register, please call 802-867-0111 or visit our website at greenmtnacademy.org.

| MON 8/7| BONE BUILDERS The Pawlet Public Library will hold a Bone Builders class from 9:30-10:30 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. This free innovative program provides strength training and is free and open to all. Information: 802-325-3592.

BETTER BALANCE The Castleton Community Center will hold a Better Balance class designed to help prevent falls from 10-11 a.m. on Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays. Free. Information: 802-468-3093.

BRIDGE GAME A gentle Duplicate Bridge game will be held each Monday from 1-4 p.m. at the Castleton Community Center in Castleton. A partner is guaranteed. Contact Judi at wajer@myfairpoint.net or call 802-287-5756 for more information.

AEROBIC DANCE The Castleton Community Center will hold “Dance Your Way to Health” aerobic dance classes from 4-5 p.m. on Mondays. The class is low impact and easy to follow. Free. Information: 802-4683093.

| TUE 8/8| AIRPLANE FLYING The pilots of the Rutland County RC Fliers will be operating their model aircraft at the Old Fair Haven Airpark Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, weather permitting, beginning at 9 a.m. Spectators welcome. Come out and enjoy the flying and learn about our great hobby. BONE BUILDERS The Castleton Community Center will hold a Bone Builders class from 9:3010:30 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. This free innovative program provides strength training and is part of the RSVP Osteoporosis Prevention Exercise program. Information: 802-468-3093.

STORY HOUR The Fair Haven Public Library hosts a Story Hour for preschoolers every Tuesday morning at 10 a.m. with the reading of a special story, a craft project and a snack.

CIRCUIT TRAINING Castleton Community Center will hold a Circuit Works class of circuit training from 11 a.m. to noon on Tuesdays. The class will work with bands, tubing and weights. Free. Information: 802-4683093.

CLOTHING DRIVE Fair Haven Concerned is hosting their Annual Clothing Drive on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, August 8-10. Tuesday and Wednesday shopping times are from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and Thursday shopping times are


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CHESS CLUB Rutland Rec will offer Chess Club from 7 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday evenings at the Godnick Adult Center on Deer Street. All ages are welcome. The club will teach anyone who wishes to learn the game. Free. Information: www.rutlandrec. com.

SUMMER CONCERTS The Castletown Summer Concert Series will take place Tuesdays at 7 p.m. at the Castleton Pavilion, Castleton University. Rain or Shine. No concert on Tuesday, July 4. Free and open to the public. Information: castleton.edu/concerts.

BLUEGRASS JAM Taps Tavern, 158 Main St., Poultney, will hold a Bluegrass Jam on at 9 p.m. on Tuesdays. All skill levels are welcome. Information: 802-8274064.

| WED 8/9| BONE BUILDERS The Pawlet Public Library will hold a Bone Builders class from 9:30-10:30 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. This free innovative program provides strength training and is free and open to all. Information: 802-325-3592. FARMERS MARKET The Vermont Farmers Market will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays at Depot Park in downtown Rutland through October 28 and Wednesdays from 3-6 p.m. through October, 25. Information: 802-342-4727.

FARMERS MARKET The Vermont Farmers Market will take place from 3-6 p.m. on Wednesdays at the Vermont Farmers Food Center at 251 West St. in Rutland, through May 3, 2017. Information: 802342-4727.

| THU 8/10| LEARN TO KNIT Learn to knit each Thursday from 9:30-11:30 a.m. at the Castleton Community Center. The Center’s Knitters Network will be on hand

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TAI CHI Castleton Community Center will hold a new Beginner Tai Chi class at 1:30 p.m. Thursdays. Free. Information: 802-468-3093.

FARMERS MARKET Castleton’s Farmer market will take place every Thursday at 3:30-6:00 p.m., rain or shine. The market is located on Main Street across the street from the Castleton Free Library in the heart of the historic village. Plenty of parking is available up and down Main Street. There is a variety of vendors from the local area that will be present selling items that will include fresh produce, fresh milk, jam & jellies, beef, lamb and pork, maple products, herbs & spring plantings, vegetable plants, pies and breads, and much, much, more. Information: 802-273-2241

Film Society will show a film on Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. at the Wells Town Hall, 108 Vermont Route 30, Vermont. The films are a curated mix of best foreign movies, American award winners, classics, new films, documentaries and comedies. The LRFS is a non-profit organization and all are welcome. Information: lrfilmsoc@gmail. com or 802-287-6101.

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SCAMP Camp says thank you! The Castleton Community Center hosted the 16th Annual Scamp Camp for area children ages 6-10. Approximately 40 children attended each day for four weeks. The SCAMP program provides a stimulating summer program in an intergenerational setting that nurtures a child’s physical, social and intellectual development. The program is supported by grants

scholarships for children who need financial assistance to attend: The Lindsay Trust, The Wood Foundation, Peoples United Bank, Fair Haven Rotary Club, Ben & Jerrys Foundation, American Legion Post 50, Post 50 Auxiliary and Post 50 Sons of the Legion, G.E. Community Concerns Committee, OMYA, Stewarts Shops Holiday Match and the Castleton Lions Club.

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(2) 30-GAL AQUARIUMS w/ stands & lights. Good condition. $45. 518-642-1132 (27) ROCK ‘N ROLL ALBUMS 3 are doubles. $40 for all. 518-832-1847 ( 3 ) OA K E N D TA B L E S Beautiful condition. Tops are 24x24 and 22-3/4” tall. $99 for all. 518-638-8101 (4) ALUMINUM, 15”, six lug, Dakota truck rims. $90 for all. 802-440-2962 (4) CHAIRS Good condition. $40. 518-677-8871 (7) 15x72 FIBERGLASS shutters. Used in great cond. $51 ea new, $99 for all. Call 802-287-9245 leave msg. 10 KNIVES w/padded storage kit. 4 throwing; 3 lock blades; 3 multifunction. $65. 802-440-2962

14” REMINGTON Electric C h a i n s a w. H i g h p e r fo r mance. VG condition. $20. 518-854-7596 1989 JEEP WRANGLER Full door rolldown windows. Very good. Red. $75. Hampton. 631-942-6844 2 ELECTROLUX Vacuum cleaners with attachments. $30. 518-854-3647 2 GALLON HOUSEHOLD sprayer. Never used. $20. 518-854-3647 25” SHARP TV w/remote. $30. Manchester. 732-3202423 cell 3-PIECE MAPLE Bedroom suit. Great condition. $95. 518-741-6433

42” WESTINGHOUSE Ceiling fan, rubbed oil bronze w/ light kit. Brand new, opened, never installed. $40. 518792-4256 80# EVERLAST heavy bag & stand. $75. 518-727-6560 ABOVE GROUND POOL Safety ladder. $50. Shushan, NY. Call or text 518-2224998 ABOVE GROUND POOL Auto Vac Bug w/ hose. $50. Shushan, NY. Call or text 518-222-4998 A C E T Y L E N E TA N K f o r cutting steel. Full! $70. 518-478-3538 ACME STAINLESS STEEL Health juicer. $35. Manchester. 732-320-2423 cell.

ANTIQUE DRESSER Unpainted, 4 drawers, great condition. $60. 518-677-8871 BAND LIGHTS 3 banks of lights, 2 stands, all wires & controller. VG Condition. $88 518-854-7596 BASEBALL CARD FOLDERA Over 125 Mets cards, plus 6 autographs incl Catfish Hunter. $50. 518-6428049. BATTERY OPERATED AB Exercising belt w/ instructions & travel case. $35. 518832-1847 B E A R C AT S C A N N E R Model BC75XLT. Excellent condition. $99. 518-642-1132 BELT SANDER $20. 802375-2405

BOX FOR TOOLS or chainsaw. 20x13x12. Bought new, never used. $20. 518-8554044 B OY S S I Z E 2 B l a c k w / o ra n g e s n e a ke r s. N eve r worn. $10. 518-871-3080 BOYS, BLACK W/RED sandals. Good condition. Size 1. $8. 518-871-3080 B OY S , B L A C K D R E S S shoes. Size 10, good cond. $8. 518-871-3080 BRAND NEW PET CARRIER Never opened. Blue, size 21”Lx16”Wx15”H, for small dogs. $50. Call 518-7924256

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BREAD/DOUGH MAKER Wor ks fine, great shape. $10. 518-692-9961 BUSHNELL BINOCULARS 10x50, Camo, w/auto-focus. $25. Mike 518-747-7578 CAMERA DRONE Mint Condition, barely used. Incl battery & charger. $40. Call 802-265-4172 CAMPING TABLE Metal, Ozark train, folding, heavy, w/ storage bag. 20”x36” top. $15. 518-692-9961 CASIO KEYBOARD w/lighted key system, for learning s o n g s i n m e m o r y. VG C. Good starter. $50. 518-6773072 COFFEE TABLE light wood with glass top & bottom shelf, 5 1/2’ wide by 5’ long. $40. 518-796-0981

CRAFTSMAN 42” mower deck. Non-electric belt tightener. $25. 518-854-3647 D I S H WA S H E R Ke n m o r e Elite. New computer, black. $99. 518-300-6869 D O R M R E F R I G E R ATO R Black & Decker. Larger size, black. Small freezer inside. $75. 518-692-9961 DRESSER-STYLE wooden storage. 44”L x 18” diameter x 16”W. $40. 518-753-4836 DROP LEAF TABLE Good condition. $99. 518-677-8871 EDDIE BAUER Two room dome tent, 14’x10’ $99. 518727-6560 ELECTRIC GUITAR Ibanz Geo. Black & white w/ gig bag. Excellent cond. $75. 518-677-3072

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FELKER FC-18 Tile cutter. Excellent cond. $25. 518638-6985

HP INK CARTRIDGE 951 tri-color: cyan, magenta, yellow. NEW! $30. 518-6422172

LOVE SEAT Beige w/colored flecks. Very good condition. Asking $40. 802-2879576

HP INK CARTRIDGE 950, black, NEW! $15. 518-6422172

MAHOGANY STACKABLE tables. Set of 4. Brand new. $45. 732-320-2423

HP INK CARTRIDGE 951 yellow. NEW! $15. 518-6422172

MASONRY TUBS 1 plastic, 2 steel. $20 for all. 518-2605211

KENMORE HEPA VACUUM w/power head & all attachments. Excellent condition. $99. 518-642-3273

MITER SAW Ryobi 10” compound, extra blade, excellent shape. $75. 518-855-4044

FLOOR JACK $10. 518638-8101 FRIGIDARE WASHER 5 cycle front loader. $75. 518747-7341 FUTON MATTRESS blue/ green plaid. Hardly used, like new. $5. 518-692-8478 GIRLS XELITE 21 speed bike. Brand new, ridden only three times. $75. 802-2879992 GRASS TRIMMER Ryobi 18 volt, cordless. Like new. $15. 518-855-4044 HAYWARD POOL DE FILTER Used on 24x52 above ground. $50. Shushan, NY. Call or text 518-222-4998 HOWARD PIANO in good condition. Great for a beginner. You pick up. $99. Granville. 518-260-3933 HP DESKJET 2540 All-inone printer. $40. 518-6388014

LADDER RACK for van. Adjustable, HD, sturdy. $99 obo. 802-287-2588 L E A R N TO P L AY P i a n o DVD’s. Complete set, excellent condition. $10. Granville. 518-260-3933 LOG TRUCK John Deere log truck, still in box. $90. 518-692-8051 LOVE SEAT Tan w/cream flecks, tr immed in wood. Good condition. Asking $35. 802-287-9576

MOTORCYCLE HELMET Daytona Skullcap s/xl red. Brand new, never worn. $50. 518-753-4210;845-702-6098 NESCOR DEHYDRATOR 7 trays, used once. $60. 802375-2405 N I KO N C A M E R A 3 5 m m case. N65. Great pictures. $80. 802-375-2405 NINTENDO DSI with case charger and 5 games. Hardly used. $99. 518-638-8014

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POOL PUMP Hayward. Cost $285, sell for $99.

SAFETY 1ST CAR SEAT Black/pink, 2013, 5-65lbs. Exc cond. $25. 518-8591706 or 518-692-2725.

STOVE Modern, uses propane, Amana. $99. 518-3006869

V E C TO R E M E R G E N C Y BATTERY booster. New! $50. 518-638-6985

SURROUND SOUND RECEIVER Onkyo TX-SR 607. Cost $599 new. Like new $99. 518-677-5851

VERMONT MADE pine table w/drawer. Holds TV. $10. Manchester. 732-320-2423 cell

TARP 30’X50’ BLUE Good Condition. One small tear in corner. $60. 518-282-9655

VHS BLANK TAPES New in sealed boxes. 10 tapes for $25. 518-677-3072

TOYOTA RIMS 5 lug 3” center hole. P215/70R 15 Mls tires. 2 Rims. $50. 518-8543647

VHS VIDEO CAMCORDER with case. $40. 518-6388014

P OW D E R B L U E C O M MODE sq. base, has flushing mechanisms in tank, incl handle. $40. 518-260-5211 PRINTER Epson XP-630, scans, copies. Like new, with car tridges. $30. 518855-4044 Q U E E N S I Z E B E D L i ke new, very clean. Cost $450, will take $99.99. Queensbury, NY 518-307-3828 R E C I P R O C AT I N G S AW Milwaukee Sawzall 6509, used twice. Has case, manual & blades. $50. Schuylerville 518-944-6439 REFRIGERATOR Kenmore - large, good cond. $99. 518300-6869 ROBIN WEEDWACKER w/ shoulder har ness. Model NB252, used, good, strong running, commercial. $99. 518-638-8101

PATIO TABLE Oblong glass top with umbrella opening. Excellent condition. $25. 518-796-0981

ROYAL BLUE UnderArmor cleats. Like new cond. Boys size 13. $20. 518-871-3080

SHEETROCK CART Great cond. $85. 518-478-3538 SMALL COT $50. 518-7416433 SMALL ENGINE 6HP Tecumseh, removed from tiller.Runs but hard to start. $30. 518-282-9655 SOFA SLEEPER COUCH D a r k gr e e n w / s m a l l e m broider y print. Ver y good condition. Asking $60. 802287-9576

TRAC-FONE New in box w/ double minute cards, charger, etc. $15. 518-747-7578

S O L I D OA K S W I V E L CHAIR for desk or computer, Excellent condition. $50/obo. 518-642-2147

T WO B I C Y C L E , G r a b e r brand, bike rack for car w/11/4” hitch. $55. 802-4402962

S P O RT R AC K C RO S S BARS fits roof racks up to 1 1/8”. Rated to 150 lbs. $75. 518-747-9183

VARIOUS LENGTHS, SIZES, diameters of triple wall, heating pipe & renew-a-flue. $70 for all. 518-260-5211

STAR WARS 10-piece toy lot. (8) new, sealed in pkg. $99. 518-642-8049

VARIOUS LENGTHS, SIZES, diameters of drain pipe. $70 for all. 518-260-5211

VINTAGE RADIOSHACK R/C Dodge “Jumbo Van”. New in box. Asking $75. 518-677-3072 WHITE DESK with drawers and top shelving. Excellent condition. $75. 518-796-0981 WINCHESTER KNIFE Gift set. 2 knives & key chain in case. $20/obo. Mike 518747-7578 WOODEN BUNK BEDS $99. Call 518-269-2099

STOVE electric, GE. Fair cond. $99. 518-300-6869

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LINCOLN RANGER 8 “Generator” 97 hours, used for home when no power was available. Excellent condition. Asking $2800/obo. 518-232-4763

ARLINGTON 1223 East Arlington Rd. Fri-Sat August 4 & 5th 9am-4pm. Bargains from $1. $5 or make offer. Everything is negotiable! All b o o k s $ 1 . G l a s sw a r e & dishes $1. MUCH MORE! Shelving & bookcases also for sale.

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

SAFE STEP WALK-IN TUB #1 Selling Walk-in tub in No. America. BBB Accredited. Arthritis Foundation Commendation. Therapeutic Jets. MicroSoothe Air Therapy System. Less that 4 Inch Step-In. Wide Door. Anti-Slip Floors. American Made. Call 8 5 5 - 4 0 0 - 0 4 3 9 fo r u p t o $1500. Off.

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Articles For Sale HARMAN MARK II Coal/ wood stove. 3 years old. Coal grates/wood plates, h e a t b l o w e r, L i k e n e w. Bought $1875, Sell for $875 FIRM. 802-438-2910

TAG S A L E I T E M S M i s c items remaining, all in good condition. $95/obo. Call for more info. 802-265-2362. TC5500 BOWFLEX TREADCLIMBER very good s h a p e , n ew d e ck s , n ew b e l t s, ex t r a m o t o r, m a t , $800. 802-645-1909 leave message.

Firewood/Fuel A L L Q UA L I T Y H A R D WOOD FIREWOOD accurate measured loads. Green wood available now. 802855-3974 or 518-642-1558. COAL FOR SALE Anthracite. Rice, Pea, Nut and Stove. Summer pricing. Cell 518-424-5663 or 518-6429819 Heat your entire home for free. Cer tified OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE. Central Boiler Classic Edge. Buy NOW and save up to $400! Call Today! Beecrofts 518753-4402 LOG LENGTH All hard wood. Get it while it lasts!! 518-677-8921 or 518-6810227

Free FREE BABY DUCKS Please call 518-282-9149 F R E E S H O RT H A I R d o mestic male kitten, 9 wks, litter trained seeks Pur-fect furever home. 518-232-7172

BARN SALE POULTNEY, VT Route 30 South across from State Park. Sat Aug 12 8-3 & Sun Aug 13 8-1. Furniture, Canoes, Tools, Household items & Much More! GRANVILLE-FINAL GARAGE SALE 18 Elm St. Tues, Aug 8, 8am-4pm. Kitchen table & chairs, tools, used slate, wood/lumber, deep sea fishing poles, Sentr y safe, refrigerator, air conditioner, ice fishing, Christmas & kitchen items. POULTNEY HUGE RUMMAGE SALE. Rain or shine! Welsh Presbyterian Church 46 Grove St. Saturday, August 5th. 9am-4pm. Electronics, Furniture, artwork, glassware, Back to school items and much, much more1 802-325-3594 RUPERT 2774 Route 315. Saturday, August 5, 9AM3PM. A wide variety of items, priced to sell. Something for everyone. SALEM August 5 & 6, 9am4pm. 776 Chamberlin Mills Road. Doors, countertops, furniture, lighting fixtures, wood burning stove, rugs, mats, tools. WEST ARLINGTON Crowfut Far m, 4903 River Rd. Aug 5 & 6, 9am-3pm. Estate Sale- antiques, kitchen cabinets, hospital bed, lift, lift chair, wheel chair, baby furniture, piano, couch, chairs, bed, holiday items & more.

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Jez Home Construction Full Time Carpenter and Apprentice Will train the right person. Competitive wages. Must have valid driver’s license and transportation.

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TOW TRUCK OPERATOR DRIVER We are looking for a full time tow truck operator. Experience with wrecker and flat bed desired. May train the right person. Light duty mechanical ability a plus. Nights and weekend on-call availability required. Clean driving record and medical card required. CDL a plus but not required. Stop in at 1015 Main Street, Castleton, VT, send an email to rdautotowing@gmail.com, or call Rich or Dan at 802-468-5268 between 8-6 Monday-Friday. Pay based on experience.

Casella Recycling está aceptando solicitudes para Clasificadores de tiempo completo en nuestras instalaciones de Rutland, VT.

Seeking NYS CERT. applicants for the following openings for Fall 2017:

(1) Technology Teacher 7-12 Must have knowledge of Project Lead the Way

(1) Special Ed 7-12 Long term substitute See OLAS website for more details. APPLICATION DEADLINES: 8/4/2017 ONLINE APPS ONLY @ www.olasjobs.org/capital

Assistant to the School Nurse The Poultney School District has an opening a part-time (.50FTE) Assistant to the School Nurse. Requirements for the position include: Associate’s degree from an accredited program in nursing; valid license as a Professional Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in the State of Vermont; current certification in CPR/First Aid/AED; completion of two years of clinical experience with a minimum of 200 days of nursing practice within the last four years; completion of an approved educational program based on the requirement for delivery of health services as defined in the Vermont Standards for Public School Approval. The Assistant to the School Nurse works under the direction and licensure of the School Nurse as appropriate per qualifications and licensure. For more information, please contact Principal Joe DeBonis (802) 287-5861. Applications are through SchoolSpring.com (include transcripts, license, and certification with application). EOE.

Washington County EOC, Inc., Head Start/ Early Head Start program has the following positions available:

Ofrecemos un paquete de Beneficios incluyendo Medico, Dental, Visión, Seguro de Vida e Invalidez, y el plan de Jubilación del 401(k)

Child Health Nurse, RN Disabilities Manager

Por favor, aplique en línea en www.casella.com/ form/80 o en nuestra Oficina Corporativa, 2 Smith Road, Rutland VT

For more information on these positions, visit our website: www.washcohs.org. If interested, please send a cover letter and a resume to: Kim Kenyon Washington County EOC, Inc. Head Start/Early Head Start, 11 St. Paul’s Drive, Hudson Falls NY 12839 or email to kim.kenyon@washcohs.org.

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Cambridge Valley Machining, Inc. V: 518-677-5617 Ext 247 28 Perry Lane, PO Box 160 Cambridge, NY 12816 F: 518-677-5874

MACHINE OPERATORS NEEDED Cambridge Valley Machining seeks Machine Operators for all shifts. Please send resume to rbrownell@cvmusa.com or complete application on site: 28 Perry Lane, Cambridge, NY 12816

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Birdseye Diner Apply in person Castleton Village Store Main St., Castleton, VT For more information: call 802-468-2213 Ask for Rob H A N DY M A N WA N T E D Cambridge area. Yard work, painting and pool maintenance. 518-854-9840. Hartford Central School District is currently seeking qualified individuals for the following position: Full-time Cleaner (2nd Shift - 3p.m. 11p.m.). Rate of pay per contract. Substitute Cleaners: On-call position. Rate of pay per contract. Please contact Mr. Kevin Lovely, Head of Building Maintenance, at 518-632-5222, ext. 450 with any questions or for an application. PAID IN ADVANCE Make $1000 Weekly Mailing Brochures From Home! NO experience Required. Helping home workers since 2001! Genuine Opportunity. Start Immediately! www.MailingPros.net PART-TIME Busser/Dishwasher needed for bed & breakfast in Manchester VT. Includes some light housekeeping. Weekends and holidays includes. Please call for an interview. 802-362-1163 PA R T- T I M E C A S H I E R NEEDED Must be able to work evenings & weekends. Apply in person. Yushak’s Market. Shushan, NY PART-TIME help wanted to work in meat & deli dept. Must be able to work evenings & weekends. Previous food exp preferred. Apply in person. Yushak’s Market. Shushan, NY ROOFERS & roofing subcontractors. Looking for the right persons or subs. Many roofing jobs in Rutland County. Have work until at least December. Please call 802-265-4833. If no answer, please leave message. STEININGER’S P/T Wait Staff wanted. WedFri, some Saturdays. 11-5. Apply in person. 191 Main St. Salem. WANTED: Small crew to install shingles on our barn roof. Will provide materials. Please call 518-281-4261.

r.k. Miles, Inc. in Manchester Center, VT is seeking a positive, energetic individual for the following position:

PAINT DEPARTMENT SALES CLERK

Sheet Metal Fabricator/Assembler

JOB FAIR August 16 • 4-7 PM On-site interviews will be conducted – bring your resume! 4180 Main Street Manchester, VT

We are looking for a self-motivated and hard working individual to fill an open position in our sheet metal department in Poultney. Full time employees are offered health & disability insurance, paid vacation and holidays, and a 401(k) retirement plan. The successful candidate will have a steady work record. Prior sheet metal fabrication experience is desirable, but not required. Please apply in person at 212 Ideal Way in Poultney between 8:00 AM and 2:00 PM.

Candidate must have tinting experience in mixing and matching paint and previous sales and customer service experience. Duties include assisting customers in selecting paint, stain and paint sundries. Knowledge of painting products and applications a must. Applicants must have the ability to be on their feet all day and be able to lift products weighing up to 75 pounds. Must be available to work a minimum of two Saturdays per month. We offer competitive wages, full array of benefits to full time employees and a pleasant work environment. Come in and fill out an application or mail or email your resume and cover letter to: r.k. MILES, Inc. attn: Human Resources PO Box , Manchester Center, VT  email hr@rkmiles.com • tel   

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Manchester Newspapers’

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and All Types of METAL ROOFING

Tree Service BOURN TREE SERVICE Over 30 Years Of Service Fully Insured * Free Est. Brush Chipping * Land Clearing. 518-642-2182 STUMP REMOVAL SERVICES Stump grinding/removal. Free estimates, fully insured. Open 24/7. www.grindingtreestumps.com Call Jim @ 1-716-220-3170

For Sale

Apartments

3 B E D R O O M , 1 B AT H

GRANVILLE VILLAGE suitable for single/couple. Incl heat, hot water, elec, trash, W/D. Security & refrences req’d. $725/mth. 518-6422742

$117,900 Peacefully located. Adorable Creekside Far mhouse with open floor plan awaiting new owner. Affordable country living in small and private community, yet so close to everything. Enjoy the area as is has so much to offer. Great size yard for Outdoor Lovers. Great kitchen w/Cherry cabinetry. Nicely redone inside & out. New well pump & pressure tank 2012, new roof 2017, new front porch & doors, upgraded bathroom. D on’ t Mi ss thi s Great Opportunity. Call Monika 518-577-1712

Land/Lots GREENE COUNTY LAND SALE! AUG 12TH! 7 ac $39,900, 10 ac - $49,900, 34 ac - $79,900 - 8 wooded homesites, 20 mins So of Albany. Stonewalls, private setting. Twn rd, utils! Terms avail. Call 1-888-701-1864 to register.

Apartments GRANVILLE VILLAGE Upscale large 1bdrm, newly renovated, W/D, $700/mth. First, last, sec. Non-smokers. 518-642-0510 GRANVILLE VILLAGE Studio upstrs furnished. Cable/ heat/WIFI incl. No pets/nonsmoker. $600/mth first, last +sec. 518-642-0510

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

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AUTOMART SELL YOUR CAR, TRUCK OR SUV IN THE CLASSIFIEDS. Manchester Newspapers 800.354.4232

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Call: 7-802-265-9994 FairHavenMotors.com

Autos

Auto Wanted

1988 LINCOLN MARK 7 LSC 66k or ig mi. Winter stored. Asking $4k OBO. Call 802-287-0898 eves.

CARS/TRUCKS WANTED!!! All Make/Models 2000-2015! Any Condition. Running or Not. Competitive Offer! Free Towing! We’re Nationwide! Call Now: 1-888-416-2330.

2001 SAAB 93 CONVERTIBLE 122,000, auto, grey, black leather, $2500. 518677-3504 2 0 0 4 P O N T I AC G R A N D PRIX GTP Competition Group, supercharged, heated leather seats, heads-updisplay, new tires, moon/ sunroof. $3500/obo. 518638-5431 2009 ALTIMA COUPE excellent condition, $8800. 518-345-5005 2 0 0 9 C A D I L L AC S R X 4 AWD new tires, new brakes, perfect condition SUV, every option, blue, beautiful, 115K, $10,500. 518-639-8606

37,000 ONE OWNER MILES, SOLD AND SERVICED BY US, BRAND NEW TIRES, 6.4L HEMI, GAS, A/T

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Thinking of buying a new or used car? Call to get current promotional pricing and local dealer incentives for free. No hassle. No obligation. Call: 855-390-3747

751 Route 22A North Fair Haven, VT 05743

Classic & Antiques 1936 DODGE COUPE: Fully restored. Low miles. Excellent condition, a must see! $29,900. For further details & photos, 1-585-451-0072. 1960 PLYMOUTH SAVOY 318 wide body motor, push button transmission, 4 door. $3000. 518-744-9398

Farm Equipment 1949 8N FORD TRACTOR With High Low range. Conver ted to 12 volt system. 802-683-0071

Four-Wheel Drive

Motorcycles

1999 CHEVY BLAZER 4 door, cold AC, auto, 129,000 miles, runs good. Asking $2200. 518-747-2638

WANTED OLD JAPANESE MOTORCYCLES Kawasaki Z1-900 (1972-75), KZ900, KZ1000 (1976-1982), Z1R, KZ 1000MK2 (1979,80), W1650, H1-500 (1969-72), H2750 (1972-1975), S1-250, S2-350, S3-400, KH250, KH400, Suzuki-GS400, GT380, Honda-CB750K (1969-1976), CBX1000 (1979,80) CASH!! 1-800-772-

2000 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LAREDO V8, inspected until January, used every day, $1200. 802-5373646 2003 TRAIL BLAZER 4WD, 130,000 miles, no rust, very good condition. $3200. Call 802-468-2383

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Motorcycles

Pickups, Trucks, Vans

2001 HARLEY DAVIDSON FLHTCi Great touring bike. Runs great, lots of chrome. $6000/obo. 802-325-3524 2004 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXSTB Night Train Softail, Va n c e a n d H i n e s p i p e s, many extras. Must-see condition. 50,000 miles. $7500. 802-265-3175

Four-Wheel Drive 1 9 9 7 J E E P C H E RO K E E LAREDO 4.0. 200K mi. Well maintained, no rust. $2700. 201-966-3787

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1995 FORD F350 V8, one ton, dual wheels, 82,216 original miles, good condition, $5000/obo. 518-7536059 1995 FORD F-250 CARGO VAN Blue, 118,000 miles, good shape. $2000. 802265-3095. 2001 2500 DURAMAX DIESEL 4x4, 244,420 miles. $4000. 802-468-3045 2004 FORD F-150 1-owner, 132,000 miles. Some rust. $1950. 802-282-7150


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SAVINGS UNDER THE BIG TENT! 2009 HONDA CIVIC LX

2015 KIA SOUL

STK#W2954-1 Auto, PW/PL. Super Clean! 66,131 miles, Great MPGs!

2014 CHEVY IMPALA LTZ STK#W2952-1 Heated Leather, Remote Start, GM Certified, 39,794 miles

STK#16054-1 4 Cyl, Auto, 1 Owner, 22,468 miles

$10,995

$13,900

$15,495

2014 NISSAN JUKE

2011 HONDA PILOT EX

2015 CHEVY TRAX

STK#17584-1 AWD, Nismo, Auto, Navigation, 30,608 miles

STK#W2931 AWD, Alloys, Auto, 4 Cyl, One Owner, 20,334 miles

STK#17561-2 4WD, 3rd Row, Super Clean, Power Seats, 76,456 miles

$16,995

$16,999

$17,995

2015 BUICK ENCORE

2014 BUICK LACROSSE CXL

2014 CHEVY CAMARO CONVERTIBLE

STK#W2957 Heated Leather, Navigation, GM Certified, 20,498 miles

STK#W2961 Comfort Package, AWD, GM Certified! 36,200 miles

STK#16035-1 Auto, Air, GM Certified, 35,691 miles

$19,999

$21,495

$21,495

2012 CHEVY SILVERADO

2016 CHEVY TRAVERSE

2014 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500

STK#W2943 AWD, 2LT Pkg, Heated Seats, Captain Chairs, GM Certified, 29,808 miles

STK#16558-1 Crewcab, Loaded, 4WD, GM Certified 73,157 miles

STK#17507-1 Crew Cab, Z71, Bucket Seats, Tonneau Cover, Loaded, GM Certified, 47,166 miles

$25,500

$28,995

$29,995

2015 CHEVY COLORADO

2015 FORD MUSTANG GT PREMIUM

2017 CADILLAC XTS

STK#W2946 Crew Cab, PW/PL, 4WD, Alloys, 29,961 miles

STK#W2964 Luxury Pkg, Navigation, Heated & Cooled Seats, 8,069 miles

STK#W2884-2 6 Spd, Shaker Audio, 50th Anniversary, Navigation, Only 6,192 miles

$34,500

$29,999

$34,995

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PRE-OWNED 518-692-9604 www.Stephenscjdrny.com Greenwich, NY

OVER 100 PRE-OWNED VEHICLES IN STOCK! CHECK US OUT AT WWW.STEPHENSCJDRNY.COM 2012 RAM 1500 LARAMIE

2015 RAM 1500 EXPRESS 2015 FORD F-150 LARIAT 2016 DODGE DURANGO Stk# U6436 Quad Cab, 4x4, Auto, Air, PW/PL, 17k miles

Stk# U6346 4x4, Quad Cab, Auto, Air, PW/ PL, 42k miles

$27,989

$29,989 2014 RAM 1500 LARAMIE

2016 RAM 3500

LARAMIE

Stk# U6526 Crew Cab, 4x4, Auto, Air, PW/PL, 20k miles

$34,989 2014 CHEVROLET CAMARO LS

Stk# U6542 Mega Cab, 4x4, 7k miles

DIESEL!

2011 HONDA RIDGELINE RTL

Stk# U6717 2LS Pkg, 2 Dr, Auto, Air, PW/ PL, 55k miles

Stk# U6620 Crew Cab, 4x4, Heated Leather, Moonroof, 69k miles

$16,989

$21,989

2012 RAM 3500 LARAMIE LONGHORN

2013 RAM 5500 DUMP Stk# U6676 9 Ft Dump Body with a Chute, 59k miles

Stk# U6674 4x4, Crew Cab, Navigation, Back-up Camera, Leather, Sunroof, 77k miles

DIESEL!

$39,989

2015 RAM 1500 LARAMIE

ECODIESEL!

$55,989

DIESEL!

$39,989

2013 FORD F-150 XLT

Stk# U6611 4x4, Crew Cab, Heated Leather, Navigation, Back-up Camera, Moonroof, 73k miles

Stk# U6751 4x4, Super Cab, Tonneau Cover, PW/PL, 64k miles

$35,989

$27,989

2016 RAM 2500 BIG HORN

Stk# U6716 Crew Cab, 6.4L Hemi, Navigation, Power Seats, 12k miles

$38,989 2016 RAM 3500 TRADESMAN

2015 JEEP CHEROKEE TRAILHAWK

Stk# U6689 Crew Cab, 4x4, Navigation, Backup Camera, Dual Sunroof, Leather, 30k miles

$40,989 2016 HYUNDAI ELANTRA GT Stk# U6721 Manual, Air, PW/ PL, Hatchback, 10k miles

$14,989 Stk# U6637 Crew Cab, 4x4, Auto, Air, 49k miles

$32,989 2015 FORD EXPLORER Stk# U6679 AWD, Auto, Air, PW/PL, 41k miles

$23,989 2012 JEEP WRANGLER SPORT Stk# U6773 4X4, Manual, Air, 45k miles

$23,989 2010 MERCEDES-BENZ C-CLASS

Stk# U6607 Crew Cab, 4WD, Auto, Air, 149k miles

$15,989 Stk# U6656 4x4, Quad Cab, Auto, Air, PW/PL, 33k miles

$28,989 2013 FORD F-150 FX4 STYLESIDE

Stk# U6680 Crew Cab, 4x4, Leather, Navigation, Back-up Camera, Sunroof, 61k miles

$29,989 2012 RAM 1500 OUTDOORSMAN Stk# U6682 Quad Cab, 4x4, Auto, Air, PW/ PL, 59k miles

$23,989 2015 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 1500 LT Stk# U6692 Crew Cab, Leather, Navigation, Back-up Camera, 16k miles

$26,989

$17,989

$33,989

2011 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 1500

2013 DODGE CHALLENGER SXT

$38,989

$27,989

$19,989

2015 RAM 1500 EXPRESS

Stk# U6448 4x4, Reg Cab, Auto, Air, PW/PL, 40k miles

Stk# U6686 4x4, Quad Cab, Hemi, Auto, Air, PW/PL, 26k miles

$29,989

$28,989

$29,989

2007 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 1500 LTZ

Stk# U6750 AWD, Sunroof, Heated Leather, 40k miles

Stk# U6694 Auto, Air, Sunroof, Leather, 23k miles

Stk# U6744- Crew Cab, 4x4, Blacked Out Edition, 5.7L Hemi, Lifted, 20k miles

$36,989

Stk# U6785 4x4, Auto, Air, Leather, PW/PL, 36k miles

Stk# U6763 4x4, Crew Cab, Z71 Pkg, PW/PL, 54k miles

2015 RAM 1500 EXPRESS

Stk# U6778 AWD, Heated Leather, Navigation, Sunroof, 27k miles

2013 RAM 1500 LARAMIE 2014 RAM 1500 BIGHORN

Stk# U6754 4x4, Crew Cab, PW/PL/PM, 24k miles

2014 RAM 2500 TRADESMAN

R/T

2013 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500

Stk# U6760- z71 pkg, Lifted, Leather, Navigation, Moonroof, Power Seats, 58k miles

$33,989

2014 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 HIGH COUNTRY

2014 GMC YUKON SLT Stk# U6697 4X4, Auto, Air, Leather, 74k miles

$28,989

Stk# U6733- 4x4, Crew Cab, Navigation, Heated Leather, Back-up Camera, 26k miles

$38,989

2015 BMW 2-SERIES 228i

2016 RAM 1500 LARAMIE

Stk# U6772- Convertible, Leather, Navigation, Back Up Camera, 34k miles

Stk# U6683 - Crew Cab, 4x4, Heated Leather, Navigation, Back-up Camera, U-Connect, 25k miles

$29,989

$37,989

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