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Town-wide Sale! Granville community-wide tag sales this Saturday, Sunday By Krystle S. Morey Need a new dining room set? Winter coat? Guitar? How about a blender? At the Granville town-wide garage sale this weekend, these items and more will be sold for a fraction of their retail price. Residents have been busy cleaning out their garages, closets, attics and basements, and pruning their lawns, in preparation for this weekend’s sale, an annual event that draws hundreds of bargain-hunters to the village. Many rummage opportunities will be available in both Granville’s town and village next Saturday and Sunday, May 19-20. For those residents who live on the outskirts of town or those who want to capture more foot traffic in the village, there are spots available for lease of the front lawn of Granville High School. A 15x15-foot space costs
Bargain hunters from throughout the Lakes Region will be descending on Granville this weekend. just $20 for the weekend. “They run from Bardin’s all of the way along the sidewalk to Stewart’s and up toward the school,” said Bob Jones, who leases the spots to benefit the Granville Rotary Club. Proceeds average $350 to $400. Vendors who set up at the high school lots sell a variety
of items including maple products, knives, clothing and pocketbooks. “We’ve got everything. You name it, we’ve got it,” Jones said. About 15 vendors are registered to sell on the Granville High School lawn this weekend. Those interested in leasing a space should
contact Jones at 518-291-7537. “We’ve never run out of room,” Jones said. “There’s plenty of room.” “Hundreds” of people flock to Granville during its town-wide sale weekend, Jones said. Simultaneously, various churches and scout organizations and other groups will sell food and other items throughout the village. The Granville Lions Club will be selling high quality outdoor furniture behind the Post Office on Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Public toilets will be available at Granville Baptist Church at 23 Quaker St., the New Creation Church at 49 Main St., and at the Chamber of Commerce building on the corner of Main and Church streets. The annual event is sponsored by the Granville Area Chamber of Commerce.
FHUHS plant sale to Middletown Springs plans benefit students exciting Memorial Day activities The Fair Haven Union High School Horticulture classes will host their third annual Greenhouse Open House and Plant Sale on Saturday, May 19 and Saturday, May 26. Students have been hard at work this year learning the science and technical aspects of greenhouse operation and are finally ready to showcase the fruits of their labors. From garden starters to patio pots of flowers, there is something here for everyone. This year the students are especially excited to showcase the absolutely stunning begonias in 10” hanging baskets and pots. The plant sale will be at the FHUHS greenhouse and runs from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on May 19. On May 26, students will at the Spring Fling in the Fair Haven Park. All proceeds from the plant sale benefit the FHUHS Horticulture program. Check out the FHUHS Horticulture Page on Facebook for available plant lists or, for more information, email the students at LDesJardins@arsu.org or call 802-265-4966 x2442.
turning out for a parade that’s as “Home of the Free Because of American as the values for which the Brave” is the theme of the 49th our soldiers fought and died. annual Middletown Springs Highlights of this year’s parade Memorial Day Parade, set for include floats Sunday, May by area organi27, at 3 p.m. zations and This year’s businesses, Parade comchildren’s bike memorates the brigades and 100th annivermini-floats, an sary of the end array of vinof World War I. tage vehicles For nearly (including fifty years antique tracgroups of chiltors and farm dren and adults The parade kicks off at 3 p.m. on May 27. equipment), a have staked steady stream their places on of trucks and ambulances from lawns and driveways, eager to area fire departments and rescue cheer the passing floats, bands, and squads, and stirring music by the marching units. It’s an old-fashMill River High School Band. ioned event, low-key and high energy, a chance for families and See MIDDLETOWN, pg. 2 friends to honor our heroes by
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Middletown Continued from front page During the ceremony on the Green that follows the parade, Master of Ceremonies Robin Chesnut-Tangerman will pay tribute to those whose efforts on the “home front” supported the troops and kept Vermont’s towns and farms running in the absence of those who were serving “over there.” Mention will be made of our town’s one military loss, Private Mosely Hastings Gray, who was killed in action on October 23, 1918, within weeks of the declara-
tion of peace. A highlight of this year’s ceremony will be two performances by students of Middletown Springs Elementary School. “I’m Thinking of You,” a choral reading by the 4th, 5th, and 6th graders who wrote this collaborative poem, will be followed by a student rendition of “In Flanders Fields” by Canadian poet John McRae. Winners of the annual Memorial Day posters, poems, and essays contest will be announced, along with presentations of certificates and prizes to winners of the float competition and the area-wide fire
department and rescue squad contest. The event will close with the raising of the flag, the Pledge of Allegiance, and the traditional honor guard salute, accompanied by the Mill River Marching Band. The Middletown Springs Volunteer Fire Department will have hamburgers, hot dogs, baked goods, popcorn, soft drinks, and water for purchase on the southwestern edge of the Green, not far from a canopy featuring a display of all entries from this year’s Memorial Day student writings and art contest.
West Haven School 50th Anniversary event There will be a 50th Anniversary gathering at the Little Red Schoolhouse on Route 22A in West Haven.
Public Notices TOWN OF HUBBARDTON BID NOTICE The Town of Hubbardton is seeking bids for the Town Hall Basement/Kitchen. All bids must be sealed, and clearly marked. Bidders must be qualified and insured. Bidders must have a start date after July 1, 2018. Job to be completed by November 1, 2018. An itemized bill for services must be provided. There will be a site visit on Monday June 4, 2018. Bidders will meet at the Hubbardton Town Office located at 1831 Monument Hill Rd., 9:00 am. Handouts will be available. All Sealed bids must be returned to: Hubbardton Town Office; 1831 Monument Hill Rd.; Castleton Vt. 05735, by 2:00 pm. Monday, June 11, 2018. Envelopes must be clearly marked. Bids will be opened at the Selectboard meeting that evening.
It is a special potluck celebration of the school which opened its doors in February 1968. The celebration will be held on Saturday, May 19 from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Red School. All folks who attended, or are relatives of people who attended any of the West Haven
Schools, are urged to join us. There will be outdoor games, hundreds of pictures, old home movies, and lots of stories. Please bring a favorite dish and plan to dine at 1 p.m. It’s is a school, so please no smoking or alcohol. For more information call Dennis Wright at 603-381-6526.
The Town of Poultney Selectboard is seeking person(s) to fill vacant positions in Poultney’s Planning Commission, Development Review Board, and Lister Office. Interested candidates must be a resident of the Town of Poultney. Please write a letter expressing your interest to the Poultney Selectboard, 9 Main Street, Poultney VT 05764.
Bids will be awarded at the Selectboard meeting on June 25, 2018. A project package may be picked up at the Town Office or the Highway Department.
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WELLS SPRINGS UNIFIED UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT WARNING
Special School District Meeting June 6, 2018 The legal voters of the Wells Springs Unified Union School District consisting of the towns of Middletown Springs and Wells, are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Middletown Springs Elementary School in said Town at five forty-five o’clock in the evening on Wednesday June 6, 2018, to transact the following business (Articles 1) not involving voting by Australian ballot.
In accordance with Title 17 Sec. 2662: “When any of the requirements as to notice or warning of an annual or special meeting have been omitted or not complied with, the omission or non-compliance, if the meeting and the business otherwise transacted as it is otherwise legal and within the scope of the municipal powers, may be corrected and legalized by vote at a regular meeting or special meeting of the municipality called and duly warned for that purpose.”
June 6, 2018 Article 1. Shall the action taken at the Meeting of the Wells Springs Unified Union School District, held on March 6, 2018, in spite of the fact that the warning incorrectly stated the Middletown Springs place of voting as the Middletown Springs Fire House instead of the Middletown Springs Historical Society, and any act or action of the municipal officers or agents pursuant thereto be readopted, ratified and confirmed. Said persons and voters are warned and notified that voter qualifications, registration, absentee voting, and voter procedures shall be in accordance with Chapters 43 and 51 of Title 17 Vermont Statutes Annotated. Dated at Wells, Vermont, May 2, 2018.
SCHOOL DIRECTORS s/Clarence Haynes, Chair s/Makenzie Gates, Board Member s/Meredith Morgan, Board Member
s/Courtney Bishop, Vice Chair s/Sarah Haley, Clerk s/Laura Burch, Board Member s/Rachel Martelle, Board Member
Received for record and recorded prior to posting this 3rd day of May, 2018 s/Nora Sargent, Town Clerk
will hold a site visit & hearing on Wednesday, May 30, 2018 beginning at the site (206 Maple Grove) at 7:00 PM. Hearing to follow at the Pawlet Town Hall 122 School Street, Pawlet, VT To discuss a waiver on dimensions for: 206 Maple Grove, Pawlet VT Permit application will be available for review at the Pawlet Town Hall during regular operating hours.
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Bark for Life May 20 at RRMC The American Cancer Society is sponsoring a Bark for Life event, Sunday, May 20 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Rutland Regional Medical Center located at 160 Allen St. This is a walk and fun event for dogs and their owners to fight back against cancer. Opening ceremony and walk will take place at 11 a.m. and there will also be a Live DJ, Dog Costume Contest, Dog Portraits/ Photo Booth, Training Demos, Face Painting, Food, Vendors, Basket Raffle drawing and much more. Proceeds from the event ben-
House Blend is a delightful group of musicians who get together to sing for the fun of it. Larger than most of our performing groups, it somehow fits inside the small Tinmouth Firehouse perfectly. Many are music teachers or professional performers; all have well trained voices. Their repertoire is as wide as the membership – instead of one director, they take turns leading songs they have chosen. They perform songs from all over, and from many periods. “A capella singing group” (Singing without instrumental accompaniment) is their only musical classification, for the musical genre varies from one song to the next. Concert is on Friday, May
efit the American Cancer Society. For more information and to pre-register visit www. relayforlife.org/barkrutlandvt. You can also register the day of the event. Dogs must be at least six months old to participate, must be current on all of their shots and be on a leash at all times. Owners are responsible for any clean up, bags will be provided. This Bark for Life event is sponsored by Rutland Regional Medical Center, Carris Reels, Parks for Paws, Ltd. and The Draught Room and Clubhouse Grill.
Plant sale in Manchester May 19 Proceeds benefit GCM’s Civic Beautification projects and Scholarships. For more information visits the club’s website, www.gardenclubofmanchester.com.
The Garden Club of Manchester will hold its annual plant sale on Saturday, May 19 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., rain or shine, at Northshire Day School, 5484 Main Street, Route 7A, Manchester Center. “All Things Gardening” at reasonable prices, half price at noon: hardy perennials, geraniums, marigolds, garden tools and ornaments, books and, new this year, baked goods.
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Estate, garden sale May 19 The Friends of the Middletown Springs Public Library have collected items from several homes and we will be offering them for sale on Saturday, May 19, from 8 a.m. to noon. In the collection are antique, vintage and modern furniture for the living room, dining room, bedroom, kitchen and outdoors. Included are beds, bureaus, tables, chairs, lamps, mirrors, bookcases, candle-
sticks, sofa, and outdoor glider. Also fine dishes, collectibles, artwork/prints, vintage records, beautiful houseplants, outdoor plants, lawn spreader, gasoline weed-wacker, pots, hand tools and more. Most items are in excellent condition. Coffee and bake goods sold. For more information, contact Maureen at 802-235-1245 or 802-779-3700; or Pat at 802-2352421.
Tree of Hope memorial service The VNA & Hospice of the Southwest Region (VNAHSR) will hold its annual Tree of Hope memorial service at 1128 Monument Avenue. “The service provides comfort and solace in remembering a loved one,” says Mary Pleasant, hospice volunteer coordinator for VNAHSR. “This is the perfect time to come and share your memories and stories of someone close to you who has passed.”
The memorial service will be held on Sunday, May 20, beginning at 3 p.m. It is free and open to the public. Poetry, music, and memories will be share. Guests are welcome to plant an annual under our Tree of Hope, which will be provided. A brief reception will follow. For more information about this service, contact Mary Pleasant at 802-442-5502 or email email@example.com.
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Pug Party this Saturday in Dorset Join Milla, the Dorset Library’s official pug, as she hosts her first pug party on May 19, from 1-3 p.m. This exciting spring affair will be held on the lawn at the Dorset Library, weather permitting (give us a call if in doubt). At this fun-filled community event, all ages are welcome and all well-behaved dogs. A special invite is extended to any pugs and their families. The highlight of the event will be readings by author, Kimalee Wassick. Wassick has been working as a pro-
fessional artist since graduating from Endicott College in 1983 where she studied graphic design. She is well known for her colorful paintings, sculptures, murals and whimsical interiors. Wassick has written and illustrated a series of Basil & Prune the Pug books, depicting the lives her granddaughter, Basil, and Basil’s pug named Prune. Wassick will perform two separate readings during the party. You can also try your creative hand at pug-themed crafts, relax on the lawn
with some of our delicious snacks (mostly for people, but there will probably be something for the dogs, too), maybe win a prize in one of the contests, read about the history of the pug, or test out your athletic skill with some of our yard games. You can also visit with our other special guests, Green Mountain Pug Rescue, to learn more about the breed and the adoption process. Please call the library at 802-867-5774 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Homosexuality, faith discussed at Lifetree Café How God feels about homosexuality will be explored at Lifetree Café on Monday, May 21 at 7 p.m. Admission to the 60-minute event is free. The program, titled “God and Gays: An Hour of Civil Conversation,” features the filmed stories of Jeff Chu, author of Does Jesus Really Love Me? A Gay Christian’s Pilgrimage in Search of God in America, and Christopher Yuan, author of Out of a Far Country. During the program,
Yuan, a professor at Moody Bible Institute, shares his story of finding a Christian faith and wrestling with his sexuality as a gay man. In addition, Chu discusses his journey crisscrossing America speaking with a wide range of Christian groups. “I’d be lying if I said faith was easy for me now,” he said. “There are days I believe Jesus loves me and every single part of me. And there are days when I doubt that.” Participants in the Lifetree
program will have an opportunity to discuss issues relating to homosexuality and faith in a safe, caring environment. Lifetree Café is a place where people gather for conversation about life and faith in a casual, comfortable setting. Questions about Lifetree may be directed to Jan at 802287-9294 or janhughes.vt@ gmail.com. Lifetree Café is located at the Poultney Public Library, 205 Main St. in Poultney. Please use the side entrance.
Events on tap at Slate Valley Arts Slate Valley Art at Fox Hill has aa full itinerary of events this week with six events scheduled throughout the coming week. On Friday, May 18 SVA will host a Script Writers Workshop led by Karen Klami. This is an ongoing, weekly workshop for college-aged on up individuals who wish to hone their skills in writing stage plays and screenplays. The workshop meets every Friday from 1-4 p.m. Please contact Klami at karenklami@ gmail.com for the location of this week’s sessions. There is a one-time $10 registration fee, plus five dollars per class attended. On Sunday, May 20 SVA will have open gallery hours from 1-4 p.m. The current exhibit is a collaboration between the English and Art Department; Art Influencing Poetry, Poetry Influencing Art, featuring work from students in the National Art Honor Society, Digital Arts, and English classes of Poultney High School and spearheaded by Scott Holliman of the English Department and Melissa Kristiansen of the Art Department. The show will run through May. This is a free event and open to the public. Also on Sunday, May 20 a meditation circle will be led by Howard Banow. This event will continually be held on the third Sunday of each month from
5-6:30 p.m. The circle is for those who might wish to get started meditating, to reconnect with lapsed practice, or to bring their own regular spiritual experience into an environment where they can inspire others, find mutual support and perhaps develop new angles of vision. Chairs for sitting are available. For those who wish to use the floor, please bring cushions, blankets, mats, etc. There is no fee to attend but a free will donation of five dollars to SVA is welcome. Contact Howard at email@example.com for more information. On Monday, May 21 a freestyle hip-hop class, taught by Cory Ferlow. This class is part of a series held Mondays from May 7 through July 23 from 6-7 p.m., for ages 10 and above. Freestyle Hip-Hop will be an open class in which students will be able to learn the various forms of Hip-Hop. From old school moves to the present day flow, this class will be open to any and all that want to expand their performing arts talent. Cost to attend is $10 for SVA members, $12 for non-members, and $15 for families that come together; scholarships available to those who ask. Contact Ferlow at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. On Wednesday, May 23 guitar classes with Dave Burns for beginners through experts, all
ages welcome. This class is part of a series held on Wednesdays beginning May 23 through June 20 from 6-7 p.m. This group guitar class will focus on improving skills and understanding method in a fun and supportive learning environment. Students will learn classic and contemporary songs as introductions to new techniques, concepts and styles. Anyone interested in learning how to fingerpick, play jazz chords, sweep-pick arpeggios, or become a better player in general is welcome to come. Please be sure to bring your own guitar. There is a suggested donation of $10 or five dollars with high school/college ID. And lastly on Friday, May 25 there will be a literary openmic night hosted by David Mook. This is an ongoing event held on the fourth Friday of each month from 7-9 p.m. Poets, storytellers, spokenword artists in all genres are invited to perform your own original pieces, classics, or other favorites. It’s like having National Public Radio’s “The Moth” story hour here in Poultney. This event is free and open to the public. Cost to attend is having a SVA Membership or a freewill donation. Slate Valley Arts at Fox Hill is located at 145 E Main St. in Poultney.
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A Blooming Day at Rupert Kittay Saturday The Rupert Kittay Library’s Plant Sale will be taking place on Saturday, May 19 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. There will be well-labeled annuals, perennials, herbs and vegetables available for all your gardening needs. The plants will be in both pots and six-packs,as well as hanging baskets. The plants have been grown
locally. If your garden has produced more perennials than you need, the library will be happy to add them to the sale. Please label the plant and bring them to the library between May 16 and May18. This is one of the library’s fund raising events that contributes to
the running of the Kittay Library’s many programs. The Kittay Library is located at 2827 Route 153 in Rupert. For more information visit the library website at www.rupertkittaylibrary.org or call the library at 802-394-2444. Come enjoy the sale and help to support the many free programs at the Kittay Library.
A history of vegetables May 20 at Pawlet Library The Pawlet Public Library hosts Vermont Humanities Council speaker Rebecca Rupp, who will present the surprising history of common garden vegetables, on Sunday, May 20 at 3 p.m. Her talk, “Wolf Peaches, Poisoned Peas, and Madame Pompadour’s Underwear,” is geared for gardening enthusiasts and history buffs with a sense of humor. The program is free, and attendees are encouraged to swap vegetable seeds after the program. During her talk, Rupp discusses the stories behind many favorite vegetables, among them the much-maligned toma-
to and potato, the popular pumpkin and Vermont’s dynamic duo of kale and Gilfeather turnip. She reveals why many people don’t like beets, how a 17th-century pirate named the bell pepper, how carrots won the Trojan War and how George Washington was nearly assassinated with a plate of poisoned peas. Rupp, a scientist turned writer, is the author of nearly 20 books for both children and adults, and blogs on food science and history for National Geographic. She has written nonfiction articles for many national magazines on topics ranging from the history of
blue jeans to the science of ice cream. In addition, she has been an educational consultant for the America Library Association’s Book Links and the Vermont Center for the Book, and the author of “Good Stuff,” the educational resources column in Home Education Magazine. The Pawlet Public Library is housed in a renovated and accessible historic grammar school building, located at 141 School St. in Pawlet. For a full schedule of public programs, updates and suggested reading lists, visit www. pawletpubliclibrary.wordpress. com or call 802-325-3123.
Tea party, croquet in Bomoseen Saturday The 3rd Annual Fellowship Bible Church Ladies Tea Party will be on May 19 from 2-4 p.m. The event, which is free and open to women of all ages, is at Fellowship Bible Church which
Hustlers to meet May 22 The Pawlet Haystack Hustler Seniors will meet on Tuesday, May 22 at noon at the Mettawee Community School located at 5788 Vermont Route 153 in West Pawlet. All seniors are welcome and encouraged to come. The hustlers will enjoy a lovely lunch prepared by the school chefs and will also have a 50/50 drawing. A four dollar donation is suggested while a donation of non-perishable goods for the Food Pantry is appreciated. Please call Sharon Undal at 802-645-0461 for reservations and more information.
Church dinner in East Dorset On Saturday, May 19 the East Dorset Congregational Church in Dorset will be serving a country-style pork chop with stuffing dinner. Serving begins at 5 p.m. in the chapel next to the church on Mad Tom Road in East Dorset. Cost to attend is $10 for adults, six dollars for children ages 5-12 while kids under the age of five are admitted free of charge. The menu will include potato salad, coleslaw, cornbread and dessert. This is the first fund raising event for this summer and the church hopes to see you there.
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Following being sold at public auction, all good clean items! Table, chairs, server, convection toaster/oven, copper induction hot plate, cappuccino & coffee makers, digital pressure cooker, blenders, glass, cok & bakeware (like new), roasters, utensils & much more, Rainbow vac/ shampooer, air conditioner, sleep sofa, love seat, recliners, occasional tables & chairs, table & floor lamps, writing desk, office chairs, audio + novels + etc., 8 ft pool table w/accessories, Harley-Davidson 8 ft poker table w/accessories, 60” LG flat screen TV, Sony Blue Ray DVD player, Monster power center, Super Nintendo & games, Nintendo WII, Surround Sound system & receiver. digital binocular camera, binoculars & cameras, guitars & banjo, framed oil paintings & prints, jewelry: Sterling & etc. (watches, rings, pins & etc.), collectable plates: Rockwell, Zolan, Spaulding & etc., Queen storage bed & others, chests, dresser/mirror, jewelry boxes, lawn furniture (chairs, swing w/canopy & etc.), bird baths, iron table w/horse shoes (handmade), and more. TOOLS: Homelite generator, Garrett metal detector, Gurley transit, 20” power mower, Toro 9” roto-tiller, Craftsman hedge trimmer, step & extension ladders, Shop Vac w/attachments, hand tools of all kinds, 6” 1/2HP bench grinder, lawn & garden tools, wheelbarrow, 2-ton floor jack & more. COLLECTABLES: Wedding dress, ruby, pressed & milk glass, cast coat rack, flax wheels, copper samovar, retro recliner, tags & stuff books, framed 1941 battalion picture & more.
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Meet and Greet at Haynes House currently works Members of the on the palliative local community care team of the are invited to Eddy Visiting attend a Meet and Nurse Association, Greet with the where she managnew executive es the signs and director of the symptoms of Haynes House of home-bound Hope, Amanda patients with seriParker, on ous chronic illSaturday, May 19 nesses. She resides from 11 a.m. to 2 Amanda Parker in Granville, New p.m. York with her The event will daughter Ashley, and enjoys also include a Volunteer hiking, crocheting and gardenAppreciation Barbecue. It will ing. take place at Haynes House, The Haynes House of Hope located at 7187 State Route 149, is a comfort care home for the Granville, New York. terminally ill and their famiGuests will have the opporlies. Since accepting its first tunity to tour the house’s spapatient in January 2010, cious new sunroom and see Haynes House has served more other improvements made over than 60 residents. The resithe past few months. The bardent’s stay and care are providbecue will feature hamburgers, ed free of charge. Since Haynes hot dogs, salads, chips and soft House receives no funding drinks, and will be presented from insurance or government by the Adamsville Baptist agencies, it is totally dependent Church. on fundraising events, donaAmanda Parker, RN, is a tions, grants, and the generosinative of Granville who graduty of the community to fulfill ated from Granville High its mission. School. She received her RN For more information, condegree from SUNY Adirondack in 2001, and has extensive nurs- tact Haynes House at 518-6428155, go to www.thehaynesing experience in areas including long-term care, corrections, houseofhope.org or find Haynes House on Facebook. telemetry, ICU and CCU. She
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RUMMAGE SALE The Wells United Methodist Church will be sponsoring a Rummage Sale on Friday, May 18 from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. and Saturday, May 19 from 10 a.m. and until noon. On Saturday morning there will be the $3 Big Bag Sale. Donated items can be dropped off at the church from 9 a.m. - noon, May 14-17. Information and donations: Peggy at 802-645-0804 or Karen at 518-642-1703. United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, East Wells Road and Route 30, Wells, Vt.
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THRIFT STORE The Our Lady of Dolors Thrift Store is now open Thursdays-Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The store is located at St. Mary’s School, 19 Washington St., Fair Haven, Vt.
PLANT SWAP Need to thin out your perennials? A Plant Swap will be held at the Castleton Community Center on Friday, May 18. Bring your extra plants to the Center by 11 a.m. to exchange for new plants. The more you bring, the more you can take home. Information: 802-468-3093. Castleton Community Seniors, 2108 Main St., Castleton, Vt.
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SCRIPT WRITERS WORKSHOP Stone Valley Arts presents a Script Writers Workshop, led by Karen Klami, an ongoing, weekly workshop for college-aged and up individuals who wish to hone their skills in writing stage plays and screenplays. The workshops meets every Friday beginning Friday, Apr. 20 from 1 to 4 p.m. Contact karenklami@gmail. com for the location of this week’s sessions. There is a onetime $10 registration fee, plus $5 per class attended. http://stonevalleyarts.org/events
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COUNTRY DANCE The Tinmouth Community Center will host Contra Dances on the third Friday of the month at 8-11 p.m. All dances are taught, no partner is necessary. Live music and a fun night of dancing. Bring clean, nonmarring shoes. Admission is $10 for adults, $8 for teens and free for children 12 and under. Information: tinmouthcontradance.org.
| SAT 5/19 | PLANT SALE The Fair Haven Union High School Horticulture classes are hosting their third annual Greenhouse Open House and Plant Sale on Saturday, May 12 and Saturday May 19. From garden starters to patio pots of flowers, there is something here for everyone. The plant sale will be at the FHUHS greenhouse and runs from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Information: LDesJardins@arsu. orgor 802-265-4966 x2442. Fair Haven Union High School Greenhouse, 33 Mechanic St., Fair Haven, Vt.
ESTATE & GARDEN The Friends of the Middletown Springs Public Library are holding an Estate and Garden Sale Planned on Saturday, May 19 from 8 a.m. till noon. Items collected from several homes will be offered for sale, including antique, vintage and modern furniture, fine dishes, collectibles, artwork/prints, vintage records, houseplants, outdoor plants, lawn and garden equipment. Coffee and bake goods available. Information: Maureen at 802-235-1245 or 802-7793700 or Pat at 802-235-2421.
SHOPPING FAIR Our Lady of Seven Dolors in Fair Haven is hosting a Shopping Fair on Saturday, May 19 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the church parking lot. Crafts, vendors, food and fun. Check out the race cars from Devil’s Bowl Speedway. Information: 802-468-5706. Our Lady of Seven Dolors, 10 Washington St., Fair Haven, Vt.
MEET LAMBS Merck Forest in Rupert invites everyone to come and Meet the Lambs on Saturday, May 19 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. This is a popular event for families with little ones who are just learning about farm animals and prefer them pint-sized. There will be food and games and lots to see. Suggested Donation: $3 per person. For more information, call 802-394-7836 or email info@ merckforest.org. Merck Forest & Farmland Center, 3270 Route 315, Rupert, Vt.
PLANT SALE The Rupert Kittay Library’s Plant Sale will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 19 at the library, 2827 Route 153, Rupert, Vt. Annuals, perennials, herbs and vegetables will be available for sale. To donate perennials, bring them to the library from May 16-18. Information: 802-3942444.
MEET & GREET Members of the local community are invited to attend a Meet and Greet with Amanda Parker, the new executive director of the Haynes House of Hope in Granville, on Saturday, May 19 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event will also include a tour of the house and a barbecue. Information: 518-642-8155 or thehayneshouseofhope.org or visit Facebook. Haynes House of Hope, 7187 State Route 149, Granville, N.Y.
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or are relatives of people who attended, any of the West Haven schools are invited to a 50th Anniversary gathering at the Little Red Schoolhouse on Saturday, May 19 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in West Haven, Vt. It is a special potluck celebration of the school which opened its doors in February 1968. There will be outdoor games, hundreds of pictures, old home movies and lots of stories. Bring a favorite dish and plan to dine at 1 p.m. No smoking or alcohol. Information: Dennis Wright at 603-381-6526. Little Red Schoolhouse, Route 22A , West Haven, Vt.
YARD SALE The annual TownWide Yard Sale in Granville will be held on Saturday and Sunday, May 19 and 20 throughout the village and town.
TEA PARTY The 3rd Annual FBC Ladies Tea Party will be held on Saturday, May 19 from 2- 4 p.m. at the Fellowship Bible Church on Route 30 in Bomoseen. The theme is “In the Garden” and the party will include finger foods, a bell choir, flute music, socializing, a special guest speaker, tea and a game of ladies’ croquet. Free and open to women of all ages. RSVP by May 10 at 802-4685122 or 518-499-0691 or oe_ email@example.com
BENEFIT DINNER A benefit dinner will be held on Saturday, May 19 at 3 p.m. at the Hampton Firehouse with proceeds to help a local resident pay medical bills. $12 per person includes a spaghetti dinner, burnouts, raffles and baskets. Takeout is available. Hampton Firehouse, 2520 County Route 18, Hampton, N.Y. For those who cannot attend but would like to donate, contact Jenessa at 518-769-6307.
CONCERT The Young Novelists are a Toronto-based band fronted by husband and wife Graydon James and Laura Spink. They will perform at Brandon Music in Vermont on Saturday, May 19 at 7:30 p.m. Their ability to tell familiar stories with a modern folk edge make them, and their songs, instant classics. Tickets: $20. Pre-concert dinner available for $25. Reservations required for dinner and recommended for the show. BYOB. Information and tickets: 802-247-4295 or firstname.lastname@example.org Brandon Music, 62 Country Club Road, Brandon, Vt.
RUMMAGE SALE The Poultney United Methodist Church will be holding a Rummage Sale on Saturday, May 19 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Information: 802-6422120. Poultney United Methodist Church, 108 E. Main St, Poultney, Vt.
| SUN 5/20 | VEGGIE TALK On Sunday, May 20, the Pawlet Public Library hosts Vermont Humanities Council Speaker Rebecca Rupp from 3-5 p.m. with her engaging talk, “Wolf Peaches, Poisoned Peas, and Madame Pompadour’s Underwear: The Surprising History of Common Garden Vegetables.” Information: 802-325-3123. Pawlet Public Library, 141 School St., Pawlet, Vt.
| MON 5/21 | 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.
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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: 802-468-3093.
FILM & TALK The Poultney Public Library is hosting “How God feels about homosexuality” at Lifetree Café on Monday, May 21 at 7 p.m. The program features the filmed stories of Jeff Chu, author of “Does Jesus Really Love Me? A Gay Christian’s Pilgrimage in Search of God in America,” and Christopher Yuan, author of “Out of a Far Country.” Free. Information: Jan at 802-287-9294 or janhughes.vt@ gmail.com. Poultney Public Library (side entrance), 205 Main St., Poultney, Vt.
| TUE 5/22 | 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: 802-4683093.
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: 802-468-3093.
SENIORS MEET The Pawlet Haystack Hustler Seniors will meet on Tuesday, May 22 at noon at the Mettawee Community
School, Route 153 in West Pawlet. All seniors are welcome and encouraged to come. Lunch will be prepared by the school chefs and a $4 donation is suggested along with a 50/50 drawing. A donation of non-perishable goods for the Food Pantry is appreciated. Call Sharon Undal at 802-645-0461 for reservations and information.
BIKE CLINIC Slate Valley Trails is hosting a free Basic Bike Repair Clinic in Hampton on Tuesday, May 22 from 7-8 p.m. Tim Johnson of Johnson & Son Bikeworks will lead this tutorial at his shop at 41 Greenfield Lane, Hampton, N.Y. Information: 518282-9089 or email@example.com.
| WED 5/23 | BOOK CLUB The Wells Village Book Club meets at 1 p.m. on the fourth Wednesday of each month at the Wells Village Library. All are welcome. Information: 802645-0611.
GREAT COURSES The Great Courses at the Castleton Community Center offer educational, entertaining and stimulating lectures and discussions. Programs begin with a 30 minute video, followed by a lively discussion among participants. The Native people of North America Course is an insightful and unique program filled with images and rare artifacts from Smithsonian’s famed collections, and informed and fascinating insights from Smithsonian historians. This course will be held on Wednesdays 1:30-3 p.m. at the Castleton Community Center.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE Michael Nerney, a renowned expert on substance abuse prevention and education will be speaking on Teen Substance Abuse issues on Wednesday, May 23, 6-8 p.m. in the Withey East Room at Green Mountain College in Poultney, Vt. Free. Tickets are not required for the events but people are asked to sign up in advance by going to the eventbrite link: https://www. eventbrite.com/e/substance-usemichael-nerney-community-talk-
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| THU 5/24 | 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 to help people learn to knit or crochet. All are welcome. Information: 4683093.
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TAI CHI Castleton Community Center will hold fall prevention Tai Chi level 3 on Thursdays at 11 a.m. and a level 2 fall prevention class at 1:30 p.m. Thursdays. Free. Information: 802-468-3093. Location: Castleton Community Center, 2108 Main Street, Castleton, Vt.
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GENEALOGY The Castleton Community Center will present a course on Genealogy on Thursdays from 1-2:30 p.m. beginning March. 22. Free and open to the public. Information: 802-468-3093.
GAME NIGHT The Poultney Public Library is hosting Game Nights on Thursdays from 7-10 p.m. There will be a variety of games for children and adults, games that are classic and European, as well as playing cards. Information: 518282-9089 or 802-287-5556.
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Benefit Sunday in Fair Haven A “Dream Big, Hope Big and Relay Big” basket party will be held this Sunday, May 20 at the Fair Haven American Legion Post 49. Doors will open at 11 a.m. with drawing starting at 1 p.m. Admission is five
dollars and there will be a 50/50 raffle, door prizes and concession stand available. The event will benefit the American Cancer Society Relay for Life. American Legion Post 49 is located at 72 South Main St. in Fair Haven.
Free community presentations by renowned substance abuse expert Youth substance abuse is a concern in Rutland County. Michael Nerney, a renowned expert on substance abuse prevention and education will be speaking on Teen Substance Abuse issues on Wednesday, May 23 from 6-8 p.m. in the Withey East Room at Green Mountain College and Thursday, May 24 from 7-9 p.m. at the Brandon Inn. Here are some grim statistics from a 2016 Vermont Young Adult Survey: In Rutland County 43 percent of young adults binge-drank in the last 30 days; 44 percent of young adults used marijuana in the last 30 days; and 12 percent of young adults used prescription stimulants for non-medical purposes in the past year. Meanwhile 10 percent of high school students have drank alcohol before the age of 13 and nine percent of high school students have misused a prescription stimulant or pain reliever. These stats are from a 2015 Youth Risk Behavior Survey. Families and community members ask these questions time and again: Why do teens love risk-taking, including using alcohol and drugs? How
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nearby states. The library accepts book donations for the sale up to the second week in July. Back by popular demand, the Washington County Band performs on Saturday, August 4 from 7-9 p.m., on the library lawn. Active for more than 30 years, the band has grown steadily, both in size and musicianship. Currently, the 40-some volunteer members hail from Vermont and New York counties of Washington, Warren and Rensselaer. Co-sponsored by Pawlet businesses, the concert is free. William Hosley, collector, photographer and preservationist, presents New England Impressions: Art and the Making of Regional Identity, 1885-1950, on Sunday, Sept. 16 from 3-5 p.m. The aspiring New England artists, who are the subjects of his talk, share a reverence for place, past, seasonality and ideas associated with New England’s epic heritage. The library pulls together its collection of New England art in a special exhibit for the occasion. Hosley is a Vermont Humanities Council Speaker, and the program is free. On Thursday, Oct. 11 from 6-9 p.m., the library’s Board of Trustees hosts a fundraising dinner and silent auction at The Barn in Pawlet. The proceeds from the event help fund the continuation of free library programs and the purchase of new books for adults and children. Advanced registration is required for this fall foliage dinner and opportunity to support the library. In November, a motor coach tour to King Arthur Flour in Norwich, kicks off a series of public programs in collaboration with the Vermont Humanities Council’s Vermont Reads 2018, featuring the book Bread and Roses, Too by
Vermont author Katherine Paterson. Her book about the 1912 “Bread and Roses” strike in the Lawrence, Massachusetts, textile mills is seen through the eyes of a young ItalianAmerican girl and a runaway boy, who are sent temporarily to a foster family in Barre. Advanced registration and $55 payment is required for the King Arthur Flour tour and demo, scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 3, departing the library at 9 a.m. and returning at 5 p.m. Copies of the book will be available to read on the motor coach. On Tuesday, Nov. 13 from 1-2 p.m., the library’s Tea Read Book Club invites the public to a book discussion about Bread and Roses, Too. The final session in the library’s Vermont Reads 2018 programs will be held at the Slate Valley Museum on Saturday, Nov. 17 from 1-2 p.m. to view exhibits that interpret the immigration experience of many families who moved to the local area to work in the slate industry. The book discussion is free and the museum visit is five dollars. The 2018 season of public programs at the library concludes with a Holiday Tea on Sunday, Dec. 16 from 2-4 p.m., courtesy of the staff, board and trustees. Tablecloths and teapots will grace the tables in the program room and the children’s room. Guests are encouraged to add their favorite cookies and recipes to the cookie share. For program updates, details and suggested program reading lists from the library’s collection, visit www.pawletpubliclibrary.wordpress.com or call 802-325-3123. The library is housed in a renovated and accessible historic grammar school building, located at 141 School St. in Pawlet.
Film screening Tuesday On Tuesday, May 22 at 1 p.m., Manchester Community Library will screen a 2017 biographical film about an early trial in the career of Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall. The film follows the young lawyer to conservative Connecticut where he defends a black chauffeur charged with the sexual assault and attempted murder of a white socialite. Chadwick Boseman, Kate Hudson and Sterling K. Brown
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Rock N Brews concert series May 20 at Riley Rink The Rock N Brews Concert Series, a series of musical events presented by the Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Anchored Media and Hopridge Farms, will be making its debut in Manchester this spring. The second concert of the series will be held at the Northshire Civic Center at Riley Rink on Sunday, May 20. The event will coincide with the Shires of Vermont Marathon taking place that same day. The marathon, starting at Bennington College at 8am, will finish at the Riley Rink as the concert series kicks off around noon. The concert will feature four regional musical acts this time around. “The first concert focused more on punk and emo styles of music; this one will
have a much different feel as we focus on bluegrass, country and alternative,’” explains Joe Frey of Anchored Media and musical director of the event. “We were excited to partner with Jon Larson and the Northshire Civic Center to bring this to the Northshire community.” Opening up the day is local Outlaw Country/ Cow-Punk Bubba Lou Tugget. Next up is Billy Wylder, which has a rock, folk and world vibe. Within a similar vein with sweet harmonies is the progressive folk & singer/songwriter Honeysuckle. Last but not least Northshire local favorites Luminous Crush (featuring members of the Bondville Boys) will be closing out the day. Another twist this time around will be the focus on one
Academic Honors Culpo receives award Castleton University student John Culpo, of Castleton, Vermont, was recently awarded the SGA 343 Award for the 2017-2018 academic year. This award recognizes a Castleton undergraduate or graduate student who has shown immense school spirit and is actively involved in various clubs, groups, or activities on campus.
Wan gets award Castleton student Zijie Wan, of Castleton, Vermont was recently awarded the SGA International Student of the Year Award for the 2017-2018 academic year. This award is given annual-
ly to an international student that is active on campus, positive, ready to learn, and eager to help.
Students honored for academic excellence The following local Castleton University students were recently awarded the Castleton University Academic Excellence Award for the 20172018 academic year: Cameron Pratt, of Wells and Andrea Kibling, of West Pawlet. Pratt is studying political science and Kibling is pursuing a degree in social work. The Academic Excellence Award is given annually to a student who is deemed the top student in his or her major.
brewery in the Shires. Madison Brewing Company will be featuring their recent release of their canned brews. “We’re always looking at ways to create something new and fresh,” says Will Gardner of Hopridge Farm. “We just had a very successful event with our homebrewers at the sold-out Wings and Winter Homebrew Festival in Bennington. When we were discussing options for the Rock N Brews series, we thought highlighting the success of Madison’s new canning process would be a great concept.” The brew portion of the event is managed by Hopridge Farms, organizers of the 4 Corners North Homebrew Festival and the award-winning Southern Vermont Wings and Winter Homebrew Festival. Tickets are available at Bennington.com/rocknbrews
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for this event. Online tickets are $15 and $20 at the door. Racers of the marathon are encouraged to attend the celebratory event as well and receive a discount on the tickets for them. “This is an important event to us as it’s our first event opportunity in the Northshire,” adds Matt Harrington, executive director. “As we look to regionalize the chamber, along with our services and events, we wanted to make sure we spread our events from both Shires. We have a couple other event partnerships that we’ve been working on that we’re excited to roll out in the Northshire as well. Whether a resident or a visitor, you will be
able to celebrate the great things that make this region so unique. Spirits of Old Bennington will be there pouring samples of their signature spirits. To top it all off, Hound Dogs will be the featured food vendor along with Lulu Pouf organic cotton candy. Please come out and support the runners as they are starting at Bennington College and finishing the race in the Northshire Civic Center - Riley Rink at Hunter Park where Rock N Brews - Concert Series will be waiting to celebrate! More information is available at bennington.com/rocknbrews.
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The Lakes Region FreePress - Friday, May 18, 2018 - 11 Articles For Sale SCHULTZ & DOOLY BEER MUGS, originals, mint condition, $450. Must pick up. Ask for Phil (518) 747-0160 SCHWINN 430 ELYPTICAL 1 year old, $425. Total Gym, $1000. (518) 642-1199
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FAIR HAVEN SUMMER RECREATION The Fair Haven Summer Recreation Program is hiring high school aged counselors for the Summer Recreation Program. This is a 6 week program that will start Thursday, June 28th. Experience working with children between the ages of five and twelve is preferred, but not required. Applications are available at the Fair Haven Town Office or at https://sites.google.com/site/fairhavenrecreation/ Please include a brief cover letter with application. Please contact Sarah Daley (802) 558-6083 or Emily Ringquist (802) 345-3303 if you have any questions. Deadline for applications is May 31st, 2018.
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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES (1) Experienced Machine Operator for 3rd Shift 6PM-6AM, training will be on day shift 8AM-4PM. Full Time - Starting pay $16.09 plus $1.00 3rd Shift Premium Isovolta Inc. is seeking individuals that are highly motivated, have a solid work history, previous manufacturing experience and would like to work in a team environment. 401K, Health Insurance, paid vacations and Holidays. Please respond: By e-mail: email@example.com By mail or in person: Isovolta Inc. 477 Windcrest Road North Clarendon, VT 05759 No phone calls please
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P/T DELI/MEAT CLERK. Previous experience required. Must be able to work afternoons & weekends. Apply in person. Yushak’s Market, Shushan, NY.
DIESEL MECHANIC NEEDED
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Maintain organization staff by establishing a recruiting, testing and interviewing program, conducting and analyzing exit interviews and recommending changes. Prepare employees for assignments by establishing and conducting orientation and training programs. Maintain a compensation plan by scheduling and conducting job evaluations, monitoring and scheduling individual pay actions. Ensure planning, monitoring and appraisal of employee work results by training managers to coach and discipline employees, scheduling management conferences with employees, hearing and resolving employee grievances, counseling employees and supervisors. Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, establishing personal networks, participating in professional societies. Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed. Maintain human resources systems compliance with Federal and State government regulations. Recommend, implement, and maintain employee benefits.
P/T CASHIER/CLERK to work in grocery store. Must be able to work afternoons & weekends. Apply in person. Yushak’s Market.
Get more when you shop here. Be more when you work here. ALDI is as much about being smart with money, as it is saving our customers money. Being smart with money means paying great people great wages. Plus providing terrific benefits and offering plenty of opportunities to advance their career. If shopping at ALDI means your money works harder, working at ALDI means your hard work gets you more.Great pay, terrific benefits and advancement opportunities—you’ll be more and get more with ALDI.
Benefits include health and prescription plan, life insurance, paid sick/personal vacation time, flex time, and 401k.
STORE ASSOCIATES: 2017
$13.10 per hour plus increase after 6 months
Salary - commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Salary - commensurate with experience and qualifications.
STORE MANAGER TRAINEES:
Send resume to: Cambridge Valley Machining, Inc. PO Box 160 Cambridge, NY 12816 Attn: Human Resources firstname.lastname@example.org www.cvmusa.com REFERENCE job1277 in Subject line or heading Phone: (518)677-5617 EEO/DVFM
Send resume to: Cambridge Valley Machining, Inc. PO Box 160 Cambridge, NY 12816 Attn: Human Resources email@example.com www.cvmusa.com REFERENCE job1278 in Subject line or heading Phone: (518)677-5617 EEO/DVFM
$60,000/year with an opportunity to earn $85-$90k per year as a store manager. $25.50 per hour, avg. 40 hours/week
HIRING EVENT: Sunday, May 27, 2018 • 8AM-1PM ALDI 10 Kocher Drive, Bennington VT 05201 Requirements: Be a team player • Be able to lift 45 lbs. • Must have a flexible schedule • Have a High School Diploma or G.E.D. • Be able to work in a fast-paced environment • Must pass drug test as well as background check.
If you’re ready for more, visit aldistorejobs.com for more info. ALDI is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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We are looking for an Auto Technician with diagnostic abilities. No Saturdays required! A busy shop servicing all makes and models of cars and light trucks. Pay negotiable with experience. Must have valid driver’s license and tools. Stop in at 1015 Main St, Castleton, VT, send email to email@example.com , or call 802-468-5268 between 8-6 M-F.
Seeking experienced slate trimmers, sawyers, splitters, yard person and Class B Driver/heavy equipment operators. The positions are full time, generally 7 AM - 3:30 PM with a competitive salary and benefits. Interested applicants should come in and fill out an application at 2027 County Route 23, Middle Granville, NY. No Phone calls please.
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HELP WANTED We are accepting applications for production workers for 1st and 2nd shifts. We are also seeking experienced Fork Lift drivers for 1st shift. We have full benefit package available to full time employees after they have successfully completed the probation period. • 6 paid holidays • 5 bonus days • 1.25 per hour attendance bonus • 2 weeks paid vacation after 1 year full time employment. • 3 weeks paid vacation after 5 years full time employment. • Health, dental and life insurance after 90 days full time employment. (70% company paid)
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1997 LEXUS EF300 leather, power sunroof, traction control, new tires, sporty, VGC. 202K. $1295. (518) 499-2241
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Pickups-TrucksVans 2001 2500 DURAMAX DIESEL 4X4, 244,420 MILES. $3000. (802) 468-3045
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2012 FORD ESCAPE XLT, low mileage, well maintained, Weather Tek mats, new snow tires, $13,500 firm. (802) 2654938 A G UA R A N T E E D A D ? That’s right. We will guarantee you will sell your vehicle or we will run your ad again for FREE!* Call now to take advantage of our Spring promotion. 20 words plus photo for only $25. *Ad will run until sold or up to 90 days. Call (518) 642-1234 or email email@example.com. DONATE YOUR CAR to Veterans Today! Help and Support our Veterans. Fast - FREE pick up. 100% tax deductible. Call 1-800-245-0398
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