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public notices  Town of Castleton seeks bids to furnish and deliver screened winter sand Town of Fair Haven announces hydrant flushing Town of Fair Haven announces notice of traffic control ordinance adoption Town of Poultney Development Review Board to meet Poultney Rec presenting play  See page 2.

Castleton Community Guide coming in August The FreePress will publish the eleventh annual Castleton Community Guide the week of Aug. 28. This keepsake edition will be brimming with important and useful information on all aspects of living in the town of Castleton. It will be mailed to every household in the town of Castleton. Businesses wanting to be included should contact the FreePress today at 800-354-4232. Community

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Church to honor Welsh immigrants Join St. John’s Episcopal Church on Saturday, July 14 for a special service to honor the contributions of the Welsh immigrants who played an important part in the history of the area. The service will begin at 4 p.m. at St. John’s Episcopal Church, Route 140, East Poultney. The service will feature scripture readings spoken in the Welsh language by Nia Davies Demiray. Davies Demiray is Vice President of the Poultney Area St. David’s Society and a native of Aberystwyth, Wales. The service will feature Dr. James Cassarino, Director of the

See WELSH, pg. 2


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model aviators from all over New York, New England By Matthew Saari The skies over Fair Haven are going to be buzzing with activity as the Rutland County RC Flyers host their annual Fun Fly on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the former Fair Haven Airport. Dozens of pilots are expected to attend, bringing with them a dizzying array of remote-controlled aircraft which will soar, barrel roll and scream through the skies for public enjoyment, free of charge. “We have pilots planning to visit from all over New England as well as some from Canada,” said Pete Galligan, a seven-year member of RC Flyers. “It’s what we call a celebration of model aviation.” Normally the event draws between 35-40 registered pilots with spectators numbering in

Above: Spectators at last year’s Fun Fly enjoy looking at the wide variety of remote controlled aircraft, from scale model WWI and WW II models to jet powered planes with a real jet turbine engine. Right: Model aircraft owners set up their vintage plane.

See FLY, pg. 2

War games in Orwell this Sunday Like board games? Like to stratigize? Like and know your history? Come to the Mount Independence State Historic Site in Orwell, Vermont, on Sunday, July 15, for our inaugural afternoon of Revolutionary War tabletop war-

gaming. On hand will be several strategy games and scenarios, including Saratoga 1777, directly about this area and the Northern Campaign of

See GAMES, pg. 2

Auto show, flea market this weekend By Darren Marcy The Rutland Car Show and Auto Flea Market makes its 39th appearance at the Vermont State Fairgrounds in Rutland this weekend. The show runs July 14-15 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. Vehicle owners can register for $20, which includes entrance for two people for both days. Spectators pay $5. Kids younger than 12 enter free. Formerly known as the RAVE

Car Show, named after the Rutland Area Vehicle Enthusiasts car club that puts on the event, this year’s show was renamed to connect better with the Rutland community. Sean Barrett, president of RAVE, said the mix of vehicles exhibited at the show is diverse with plenty of street rods and muscle cars from the 1960s and ‘70s as well as, increasingly, the 1980s. Barrett said a couple of the more interesting cars in recent years

‘Vet to Vet’ forum in Castleton Sunday Rep.

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Area military veterans are invited to gather on Sunday, July 15, at the American Legion Post 50, Route 4A, Castleton, Vermont, for a “VET to VET” forum from 2 to 4 p.m. This will be the first in a series of “VET to VET” forums presented by LTC Terry Williams, U.S. Army, Retired, of Poultney. Having served for more than 35 in the military, Williams knows that transitioning home is not always easy for the veteran. The purpose of the series is to provide an informational exchange between military veterans, their families and friends. Each forum panel will consist of either retired or active-duty military persons who have information, a story to tell or a hand to lend. Rep. Robert Helm of Fair Haven will mod-

See VET, pg. 2

See RAVE, pg. 11


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Games Continued from front page the American Revolution. Suitable for ages 12 and up. The event is included in the regular site admission of $5.00

for adults and free for those under 15. Enjoy the air-conditioned building while you play. If you want to get ready for the games, take a look at the rules for Saratoga 1777 at Call 802-948-2000 for more information.

Public Notices Town of Castleton, Vermont

REQUEST FOR BID: FURNISHING AND DELIVERING SCREENED WINTER SAND DUE: July 20th, 2018 Specifications can be picked up at the town office: 263 Route 30, Castleton, VT

PUBLIC NOTICE FAIR HAVEN RESIDENTS HYDRANT FLUSHING The Fair Haven Public Works Department has scheduled routine flushing of fire hydrants for July 16 - 20, 2018. During this period, users of the municipal water system may experience fluctuations or partial loss of water pressure, and the water may become cloudy or rust-colored. These conditions are normal, and allowing the water to run for a period of time before use will often remedy the problem. In particular, commercial establishments using water for public consumption, and those with automatic sprinkler/alarm systems that respond to reductions in system pressure, are advised to make the necessary arrangements to compensate for this period of disturbance to the water system.

For further information, please contact Aaron Kerber, Public Works Superintendent, at 265-3192 or 342-0423 or Joe Gunter, Town Manager, at 265-3010 ext. 5

Fly Continued from front page the hundreds. Because of rainy weather and soggy field conditions, last year’s draw was slightly below average Galligan said. Spectators can expect to see a wide range of aircraft, from beginner airplanes and helicopters to multi-rotors – more commonly known as drones – to scale model World War I and World War II-era birds and, as of last year, a model jet, powered by a real jet turbine engine. Last year Mike Peque, of the Barre region, won Best in Show with his jet, which weighs 53 pounds, has a 10-foot wing span and travels as “just under 200 miles per hour.” “Last year the jet stole the show,” said Galligan. In 2016 Phil Camp of Glens Falls claimed Best in Show with his giant-scale C-47 transport.

Vet Continued from front page erate the forum. Bob, who served in the U.S. Marine Corps in Vietnam, is a life member of the American Legion, VFW, Vietnam Veterans of America, and Disabled Veterans of America. SFC Richard Gallo, U.S. Army, Retired, spent 21 years in the military and now serves as Vermont Veteran’s Outreach Specialist for Rutland and Bennington Counties and with

Beginning at 10 a.m. the pilots will be “open flying” during which time they fly their aircraft over the airport informally. At noon, the club will present an hour-long show which will feature several warbirds. “Those are mostly World War I and World War II scale model aircraft,” Galligan said. Following the show, the public will be allowed into the fly zone for an up-close look at the aircraft and to speak with the pilots. The public can also vote for Best in Show. After some time the public will be escorted out of the fly zone and “open flying” will recommence until 4 p.m. The Fun Fly will also host a cash concession offering freshcooked food such as hot dogs, hamburgers, fries and salads as well as beverages. Bathroom facilities will be accessible throughout the day. “We do recommend if you bring family also bring something to sit on and bug spray,” said Galligan.

The RC Flyers were founded in the early 1970’s and is a chartered club associated with the Academy of Model Aeronautics. The founding coincided with a surge of public interest in the hobby. In recent years the hobby has seen a resurgence of interest, thanks largely to the multirotor aircraft – drones – being made available to the public. “People found out hey, these things are pretty easy to fly,” Galligan said. “But it’s important to remember that model aircraft, no matter what type, must follow strict safety rules.” The Fair Haven Airport is located at 870 Airport Rd. Take Exit 2 off Route 4 and follow the posted signs to Airport Road. Continue on that road until the airfield. For more information about the event, visit www.rcflyers. org. The website includes a photo gallery of previous Fun Flies as well as a link to a YouTube page which allows viewers to see some of these planes in action.

the Vermont Army National Guard Family Programs. Richard is a lifetime member of VFW Post 648 and American Legion Post 31 and will speak about Vermont Veteran Affairs and its programs. CPT Scott Lobdell, U.S. Army, Retired, serves on the Governor’s Veteran Advisory Council and will speak about military benefits available to Vermont veterans. Major Shannon B. Blake, U.S. Army, Retired, will speak about his program, Warriors S.O.A.R., (Support Outreach Assistance Recovery), “Where

America Wounded Heroes rediscover their ability to once again Rise-up and SOAR.” SFC Bruce Fowler, U.S. Army, Retired, a disabled combat veteran of Operation Enduring Freedom, is the founder of Fowler’s Rest and Respite Ranch in Whiting, Vermont. Bruce will speak on the therapeutic qualities of handson work for challenged veterans. His 12-acre “ranch” provides training in farming, food preparation, wood working and diesel repair.

Poultney Recreation and the No Strings Marionette Company presents

“The Adventures of Sharp Ears, A Sly Little Fox” Thursday, July 19 at 6:00 PM Poultney Elementary School

Town of Fair Haven NOTICE OF ORDINANCE ADOPTION The Town of Fair Haven amended its Traffic Control Ordinance at a regularly scheduled meeting on July 3rd, 2018. The Board amended Article 16 to define the school zone as: 1,000 feet north and south of the school on both the east and west side of Main St. The Board also amended Section 5 of the same article making it unlawful to park for more than 2 hours in the school zone where posted. Furthermore; It amended the same section to make it unlawful to park for more than 15 minutes in the school zone where posted. The ordinance shall become effective 60 days after its adoption unless a petition is signed by at least five percent of the voters of Fair Haven requesting voter approval as provided in 24 V.S.A. 1974 and is received by the Town Clerk within 45 days following the adoption. The full text of this ordinance may be reviewed at the Town Office: 5 North Park Place; Fair Haven, Vermont during regular business hours. Questions should be directed to the Town Manager, Joseph Gunter at 802-2653010 Ext 5 or via email at

Welsh Continued from front page Vocal, Instrumental and Welsh Heritage programs at Green Mountain College, on the original mechanical organ. Light refreshments and fellowship will be offered. Following the services guests are invited to continue celebrating the Welsh heritage by joining the Poultney Area St. David’s Society for an evening of entertainment with Welsh descendant and author Dave Davies. The event begins at 6 p.m. at the Iron Lantern Restaurant in Castleton.

Poultney Development Review Board Meeting Monday, July 23, 2018- 5:30 P.M. Poultney Town Office Agenda

Purpose: Site Plan Review for addition to self-storage facilities. Property owned by Peter & Betsy Turunen, and is located at 399 Route 30S, Poultney, Vermont. Property is located in the Industrial Zoning District. Additional information about the application may be obtained at the Town Manager’s Office, Town of Poultney, 9 Main Street, Poultney, VT 05764, during the hours of 8:30 AM and 3:30 PM, Monday through Friday. Participation in the local proceeding is a prerequisite to the right to take any subsequent appeal. S/ Paul A. Donaldson Zoning Administrator

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Local swimming spots to beat the heat There’s nothing more refreshing on a steamy summer’s day than a dip in a cool mountain lake. Fortunately, in this region lakes both large and small abound, with several lakeside beaches just a short drive away. Here are some great options for a refreshing getaway when the mercury rises:

Lake St. Catherine State Park Poultney Lake St. Catherine State Park features 117 acres with a beautiful beach near the northern end of the lake. The beach offers a large sanded area for relaxing and roped-off swimming area. The park rents canoes, kayaks, rowboats and pedal boats, has a concession stand and picnic area with charcoal grills, large field, basketball court and giant pines that provide respite from the sun. The park is on Route 30 and is open daily from 10 a.m. to sunset from Memorial Day to Labor Day. There is a small fee to enter the state-run park. Pets are permitted outside the dayuse area. For more information, call 802-287-9158.

Crystal Beach Lake Bomoseen This town park on the shores of Lake Bomoseen offers swimming, basketball and volleyball courts, grills and an outside covered pavilion for picnics as well as a snack bar and roped swimming area. The park opens Memorial Day weekend. Kayaks are available for rental. Entrance fee is $4, $2 for children and seniors. Swim lessons will be offered at Crystal Beach from June 26-July 7 with Gail McGann. For more information contact Call 802-278-8888 for more information.

Half Moon Pond State Park Hubbardton This park, which was previously selected as Vermont State Park of the Year, features two small sandy beaches for sunbathing and swimming in the pond. As motor boats are not permitted on the lake, beachgoers can enjoy a quiet day. Rowboats, kayaks, canoes and pedal boats are available for rent, and hiking trails surround the water. This is a camping-only park and day-use opportunities are not available.

Bomoseen State Park Castleton Within a 3,575-acre park, the beach at Bomoseen State Park boasts that it is on the largest lake contained entirely within Vermont. Besides swimming, the beach offers a picnic area, concession stand, pavilion (for rent), and canoe, kayak, row and pedal boat rentals. The park is at 22 Cedar Mountain Road and is open daily from 10 a.m. to sunset from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend. There is a small fee to enter the park. For more information, call 802-265-4242.



Pets are permitted throughout the park but are not permitted in the cabins or in the cottage. The Dragonfly Cabin will be pet-friendly beginning this year. The park, located at 1621 Black Pond Road in Hubbardton, is open from Memorial Day weekend to Columbus Day weekend. For more information, call 802-2732848.


Perfect for swimming and paddling, this lake is restricted to non-motorized boat traffic. It is surrounded by woods and located between Manchester and Rutland. Known for its emerald green color, the lake features a small public beach, a snack bar, pavilion, nearby hiking trails and boat rentals. Pets are not permitted on the sandy beach or in the day-use area but are allowed elsewhere in the park. There is a small park fee. The park, located at 65 Emerald Lake Lane in East Dorset, is open from 10 a.m. to sunset from Memorial Day weekend to Columbus Day weekend. For more information, call 802-3621655.

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Family bike ride July 18 Blue Jay Way comes to Fair Haven July 19 Slate Valley Trails’ Tim Johnson is leading a Family Fun Bike Ride beginning at 7 p.m. at the Poultney Public Library. This ride is for adults and children ages seven and up. Riders less than 10 years old should be accompanied by an adult. Please be sure to bring a helmet. Bikes as well as helmets are available at the Poultney Public

Library. Please be sure to arrive early if you require one or the other as the library closes at 7 p.m. sharp. Bikers will be exploring Poultney on the rail trail, dirt paths and some paved streets. Ride time will be 30 minutes. For more information call Johnson at 518-282-9089. The Poultney Public Library is located at 205 Main St. in Poultney.

Boater’s body recovered from lake The body of a 61-year-old Schenectady man who fell from his boat into Lake St. Catherine last week has been recovered. Thomas Flood, 61, and his wife were staying at a family camp on the lake in Poultney, Vermont, and the couple was attempting to step out of the boat to sit on inner tubes tethered to the vessel when Flood fell into the water. When he did not emerge immediately, his wife contacted police and emergency crews were dispatched at about 3:20 p.m. last Thursday. A search by first-response agencies, including divers from two New York teams using sonar, was unsuccessful in locating Flood and the effort was suspended at about

7:30 p.m. It resumed at 8 a.m. on Friday. That afternoon, Vermont State Police Dive Team members located Flood’s body in 50 feet of water using sonar to view the lake’s floor. Investigation revealed Flood was not wearing a flotation device. Conditions on the lake were windy, and the water was choppy. The Floods were the only people aboard the boat. Responding agencies included Vermont State Police, the Poultney Fire Department and the Wells Fire Department, Corinth Fire Department Dive Team, the South Glens Falls Dive Team and the Washington County Department of Public Safety.

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The Fair Haven Concerts in the Park will feature Rock & Roll with Blue Jay Way on Thursday, July 19. This band is making their second visit to the Fair Haven Park. Blue Jay Way began in the early 1970’s when Dave Sabatino and Tim Brown began to perform locally at the Checkmate in Castleton. The duo asked Terry Jarrosak to join them as their drummer. “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. The trio expanded over

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end of the park. To see if the concert needs to be moved due to inclement weather, please call the Concert Hotline at 802-2653010 ext. 301 after 4 p.m. on the day of the concert. A big thank you goes out each week for all the generous door prize donations. This week’s sponsors include Liberty St. Discount Beverage & Deli, Heritage Family Credit Union, Wave Lengths, Pattie’s Patch, Rutland County RC Flyers, Brown’s Orchards & Farm Stand, Shaw’s Supermarket, R&D Auto, Maplewood Inn, Jim LaPlaca Carpentry, Deborah Bethel, Massage Therapist, Alan M. Rashes, Mahar Maple Products, Johnson & Son Bikeworks, and Exit One Self Storage.

‘Taste & Make’ workshop series Saturday On Saturday, July 14 from 4-6 p.m., Stone Valley Community Market is offering the second of three monthly “Taste & Make” workshops focused on homemade probiotic foods. This month, learn about the joys and benefits of fermented vegetables such as sauerkraut. The event begins at SVCM for a tasting and discussion, then participants will walk to

Green Mountain College’s commercial kitchen to make batches to take home. An optional tour of the college’s Cerridwen Farm will follow. This event is free, just bring your own quart or half gallon glass jar. To register, call Stone Valley Community Market at 802-287-4550 or email Eleanor Tison, All three “Taste & Make” workshops, scheduled for the second Saturday of the sum-

mer months from 4-6 p.m., allow participants to sample, make, and learn more about incorporating probiotic foods into our diets. You do not have to be a member of the Co-op to participate. Stone Valley Community Market, located at 216 Main St. in Poultney, is co-operatively owned by its members and is overseen by a volunteer Board of Directors. Non-members are always welcome to shop.

Mars astromony night in Hubbardton It’s time to take a close look at the planet Mars, which is at its best for viewing in mid to late July as it approaches the earth. Come to the Hubbardton Battlefield State Historic Site in Hubbardton, on Saturday, July 14, from 7-11 p.m. for Mars Astronomy Night. Admission is by donation. Members of the Green Mountain Astronomers bring their telescopes and their knowledge to share with you. First look at the sun before it sets, with Vermont’s largest commercially made telescope

dedicated to solar astronomy. Then enjoy the night sky, including Mars. Bring a flashlight and if you like blankets or lawn chairs and your own binoculars or telescopes. The Hubbardton Battlefield is a perfect spot to observe the night sky, with little modern light pollution and a sweeping open sky. The program is dependent on weather and sky conditions. Call ahead, at 802-273-2282, to confirm the program is on. The battlefield is the site of the only Revolutionary War battle fought in Vermont. It is

located in Hubbardton on Monument Hill Road, seven miles north of U.S. Route 4 from Castleton or six miles east of Vermont Route 30 in Hubbardton. The site is regularly open Wednesdays through Sundays, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The last regular day of the season is Oct. 14. Regular admission is $3 for adults and free for children under 15. For more information about the state-owned historic sites, visit www.historicsites.vermont. gov. Join the Vermont State Historic Sites on Facebook.

Van Gogh goes to Rupert July 18 Carol Berry will be giving an exciting and eye opening presentation on the life and art of Vincent Van Gogh on Wednesday, July 18 at the Rupert Congregational Church. This is free event to be held

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the years with local musicians coming and going, but they have assembled a solid core in the past few years that includes keyboardist Brad Morgan, guitarist Rob Henrichen and sax players Pete Giancola and Steve MacLaughlin – all of whom have performed with the band Satin and Steel. This concert will also feature free ice cream cones. Ice cream means that there will be caramel popcorn for sale along with water, soda, and hot dogs. There are picnic tables in the park for families who may want to come early to enjoy the park and have dinner as well. Concerts go on rain or shine. The rain location is the First Congregational Church located at the north

at 7 p.m. in the downstairs meeting room of the church. A published author and artist herself, Berry is a retired art educator and has spent many years studying Van

Gogh’s paintings. She has travelled throughout Europe where Van Gogh lived and worked. The Rupert Congregational Church is located at 2803 Route 153 in Rupert.

Free movie night in Dorset It’s alive! Mary Shelley’s classic novel Frankenstein turns 200 this year, and to celebrate, Dorset Village Library is hosting a Frankenstein movie night. Children and adults of all ages are invited on Friday, July 13 at 8 p.m. to watch the 1931 Boris Karloff film. This event is free, open to the public, and will take place at the Dorset Village Library, located at the corner of Church Street and Vermont Route 30 in Dorset. Popcorn, soda, and candy will be provided. Grab a seat, flop on one of the library’s bean bag chairs and cushions, or bring your own, and cozy up for a spooky Friday the 13th experience! For more information on this event, please contact Erica Shott, library director, at 802-867-5774 or dorsetvillagelibrary@gmail. com or visit

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Celebrate Hubbardton July 21 at Battlefield

Picnic in Castleton July 15 Saint John the Baptist Church will be hosting its annual picnic on Sunday, July 15 at 1 p.m. In addition to enjoying fellowship with your fellow parishioners and neighbors there will be hot dogs and hamburgers served as well as games for the children. Sign-up, bring a dish for the pot luck and invite

Celebrate Hubbardton with either a chicken barbecue or a pig roast “with all the fixins’” on Saturday, July 21 at 5 p.m. at the Hubbardton Battlefield. Advance tickets are $10 per person or $5 for children ages

your neighbors and friends while you’re at it. This event is funded by a 50/50 raffle, which will be available after masses and at the picnic – the winner need not be present to win. For more information or to volunteer call Becky Collette at 802-273-3930. Saint John the Baptist Church is located at 45 North Road in Castleton.

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participate regardless if you have done any Tai Chi before. Parking is free at the north side of the lake. For more information call Laurie at 802-468-3093.

Talk series in Middletown Springs The Friends of the Middletown Springs Public Library are hosting a free talk series entitled ‘Going Local: Vermont Plants’ as a part of the Sunday Afternoons at the Library series. All talks will take place at 2 p.m. at the Middletown Springs Public Library. All presenters are Middletown Springs residents. Refreshments will be served.

On July 22 the topic will be “Natives in your garden.” This talk, presented by Sadie Brown, will cover tips on incorporating natives in your garden, especially pollinating gardens, and landscaping. For more information contact Maureen at 802-235-1245 or the librarian at 802-235-2435. The Middletown Springs Public Library is located at 39 West St.

Chicken BBQ in the Park in Granville Granville Lodge Free and Accepted Masons will be holding a chicken barbecue, in conjunction with the Concert in the Park Series, in the Granville Veterans Park on Quaker Street in Granville on Thursday, July 19 from 4 p.m. until sold out.

For more information contact Dwayne Gibbs at 802-2732651. The Hubbardton Battlefield is located 5696 Monument Hill Road, Castleton.

Theresa O. Turner (TOT’s) memorial ceremony July 22

Tai Chi at Crystal Beach July 19 A Tai Chi meet up at the north side of Crystal Beach in Castleton will take place on Thursday, July 19 from 5-6 p.m. Everyone is welcome to

10 and under. Take out is available. After the barbecue/roast there will be music, dancing and fireworks. This event is brought to you courtesy of Center Grange 290.

The masons will be cooking 150 chickens so there should be enough for everyone. The cost is $10 per dinner. Menu to include a half-chicken, baked potatoes, baked beans, coleslaw, rolls, and brownies.

Poultney Area Chamber of Commerce extends invitation to the community to join them for the Theresa O. Turner Memorial Ceremony. The ceremony will be held Sunday, July 22 at 1 p.m. outside the former TOT’s Diner, 25 Main St., Poultney. Father Lourduraja Simeone, H.G.N., Deacon Myers and the choir of St. Raphael the Archangel Catholic Church will participate in the ceremony as will Jonas Rosenthal, retired Poultney Town Manager. The late Theresa O. Turner held several active spots in the area’s business and community-at-large for many years. Her business entrepreneurship

included a bakery in Fair Haven and in Poultney a flower shop as well as her long-time food establishment – TOT’s restaurant. At TOT’s, Turner hosted many community groups for their meetings and gatherings including, but not limited to, Poultney Rotary International, Poultney Area Chamber of Commerce and Poultney Area St. David’s Society. She always took great pride in her businesses and the local community and offered great seasonal displays in her storefront windows. She is known to have funded and maintained the flower barrels in front of her business as a way to help beautify Main Street. Turner’s dedication was tireless to St. Raphael’s, to

American Legion Post 39, to the Rotary and Chamber, to elementary, high school and college student programs, and to many organizations through a variety of dinners and fundraisers she spearheaded. She held high values and always strived to achieve her goals. Turner took great pride in her businesses and customer service. Those who dined often at her food establishment knew she would usually almost have their meals ready before they sat down. For more information about this event, please contact Brenda Cyr at 802-353-1733.



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“Our Favorite Restaurant”

We Feature Large Quantities Of Home-Cooked Food In A Warm Friendly Atmosphere. Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Specials Everyday. Saturday Night Try Our Famous Black Angus Prime Rib 253 Main Street, Poultney, VT • 802-287-5188 Hours: Sun. 6 AM - 2 PM, Mon. 6 AM - 7 PM, Tues.-Thurs. 6 AM - 8 PM, Fri. & Sat. 6 Am - 9 PM

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: 802468-3093.

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.

SCRABBLE Scrabble widens the

“FIESTA FOREVER!!!” Ought to be the slogan of The Legendary Birdseye Diner. We have a good time 7am to 8pm every day of the week and while Castleton has the toasty weather of Cancun, we keep it hot in our kitchen and cool out on the floor. So bring the vacation to you this summer and come on down to The Birdseye. We have great dinner specials, including chicken, beef, fish and turkey dinners. Don’t be fooled by our serene outdoor seating, behind the umbrellas is a dining room full of fun, life, and great food. The Legendary Birdseye Diner is unlike any other.


We Deliver Main Street, Castleton, VT • Open 7AM-8PM Daily

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: 802-468-3093.

PLAY GROUP The Pawlet Public Library hosts a Play Group for parents and children, birth through kindergarten, on the first four Fridays each month, beginning on Friday, April 6, from 10-11 a.m. Programs continue through December. The Pawlet Public Library is located at 141 School St., Pawlet Vt. Information: 802325-3123


Monarch Sheet Metal Shop Rake, Drip, Valleys and Flashing Pre-Bent and Ready - No Waiting Time • All Types of Custom Work • Sheets of galvanized, aluminum, stainless and copper

ALWAYS IN STOCK 209 Riverside Heights, Manchester Center, VT


members of Hiram Lodge #101, F&AM, and those of Gilman Chapter #88, OES, will host their a monthly Pancake Breakfast on the second Sunday of each month through November from 8-11 a.m. Breakfast will include pancakes (plain and blueberry), French toast, scrambled eggs, omelets, home fries, corned beef hash, coffee, juice, tea and milk. Breakfast is $9 for adults and $3 for children ages 4-12. Information: 802-775-2204 or 802-468-2433. The breakfast takes place at the Masonic Lodge at 63 Franklin St. in West Rutland. Donations (food or money) gratefully accepted.

PLANT SALE Annuals, perennials, herbs and bulbs are among the many plants offered at the Slate Valley Garden Club’s annual SATURDAY, JULY 14 • 2-3 P.M.

Raptor Encounters Live falcons, hawks and owls with the Vermont Institute of Natural Science.

Bloom Thyme sale on Saturday, July 14, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the Tractor Supply parking lot in Granville. Baked goods will be available as well, along with salads and other sweet and savory offerings. Information: Robyn Lipschutz at 518-642-2629. Tractor Supply parking lot, 87 Quaker Street, Granville, N.Y.

DOG DAYS A Quarry Hike, Dog Days of July Cookout and an Ice Cream Social are coming to Dorset on Saturday, July 14, sponsored by the Dorset Library and the Dorset Historical Society. Visitors will meet at the Dorset Historical Society at Route 30 and Kent Hill Road at 9 a.m. to carpool to the trail head for a hike to Folsom Quarry. The Dog Days of July cookout will be held from noon to 3 p.m. across the road. On the lawn of the Bley House Museum, the annual Ice Cream Social will serve up delicious ice cream from 1-3 p.m. All dogs and their humans are invited. Free. Information: 802-867-5774 or 802-867-0331.

CAR SHOW The Rutland Car Show and Auto Flea Market (previously known as the RAVE Car Show), will be held on Saturday and Sunday, July 14 and 15, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Vermont State Fairgrounds in Rutland, Vt. There will be vendors, food purveyors, and many flea market vendors. Trophies will be awarded each day, with a big ceremony taking place on Sunday. Admission: $5, kids under 12 are free. Information or to enter a car in the show: www.ravecarclub. com/2018-rutland-car-show. Vermont State Fairgrounds, 175 S. Main St., Rutland, Vt.

FUN FLY The Rutland County RC Flyers presents their Annual Fun Fly, which will be held at the old Fair Haven Municipal Airport. The public is invited on Saturday, July 14 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to see radio control aircraft of all types, meet the pilots and enjoy the exciting noontime show. Bring lawn chairs. Admission is free. For more information, visit Fair Haven Municipal Airport, 830 Airport Road, Fair Haven, Vt..

BASKET PARTY A Basket Party to benefit the Poultney Young at Heart Senior Center will be held Saturday, July 14 at the Modern Woodmen Hall in Wells, Vt. Doors open at 11 a.m., drawings begin at 1 p.m. Door prizes, large raffle items, 50/50, money tree and more. Lunch, snacks and beverages available. Admission $5, includes the first sheet of tickets. $2 each additional sheet. Modern Woodmen of America, 10 Main St., Wells, Vt.

TASTE & MAKE On Saturday July

Tasty Tuesdays Tuesdays through August 28 Free Ice Cream Cones with any Adventure Pass purchase.

Great rides and attractions for the whole family including our Aerial Adventure Park.

14 from 4-6 p.m., Stone Valley Community Market in Poultney is offering a “Taste & Make” workshop on the joys and benefits of fermented vegetables such as sauerkraut. The event begins at SVCM for a tasting and discussion, then participants will walk to Green Mountain College’s commercial kitchen to make batches to take home. Optional tour of Cerridwen Farm will follow. Free. Bring your own quart or half-gallon glass jar. Registration: Stone Valley Community Market at 2874550 or Eleanor Tison at tisone@ Stone Valley Community Market, 216 Main St., Poultney, Vt.

AUTHOR DINNER Dave Davies, 3984 VT Route 11, Peru, Vermont just 6 miles from Manchester • 802-824-5522

author of “What A Line!, Highlighting 50 Years of Adventure, Artistry, Wit and

Wisdom,” will be the guest speaker at the July 14 “Gathering of the Clans Waited Dinner Event” of the Poultney Area St. David’s Society. The dinner will be held at 6 p.m. at the Iron Lantern Restaurant in Castleton, Vt. Dinner reservations must be prepaid by Friday, July 6. All are welcome. Information and reservations: pasds1988@gmail. com, or 802-287-5744 or through the St. David’s Society’s Facebook page. Iron Lantern Restaurant, 272 Route 4A, Castleton, Vt.

ASTRONOMY NIGHT The planet Mars is at its best for viewing in mid to late July as it approaches Earth. Hubbardton Battlefield State Historic Site in Vermont is holding a “Mars Astronomy Night” on Saturday, July 14 from 7-11 p.m. Members of the Green Mountain Astronomers will bring their telescopes and their knowledge to share with visitors. Everyone is requested to bring a flashlight. Blankets, lawn chairs, and personal binoculars or telescopes are welcome. Admission is by donation. Program is dependent on weather and sky conditions. Call 802-273-2282 to confirm. Hubbardton Battlefield State Historic Site, 5696 Monument Hill Road, Hubbardton, Vt.

MUSIC Brandon Music presents Brillhart and Smith, the duo project of fiddler Jake Brillhart and singer-songwriter Alex Smith who will perform Cape Bretoninfluenced fiddle tunes and Smith’s finely crafted folk ballads on Saturday, July 14. Concert begins at 7:30 p.m. Show is $20. Dinner and show are $45. Reservations are required for dinner and recommended for the show. Venue is BYOB. Call 802247-4295 or e-mail for reservations or for more information. Brandon Music is located at 62 Country Club Rd. Brandon, Vt.

| SUN 7/15 | FARMERS’ MARKET Every Sunday, year-round except for Easter, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Summer location from May 13 through October is on the green at H.N. Williams General Store, Route 30 (winter months at J.K. Adams). Accepts EBT and debit cards. Information: 802-3539656, or www.

WAR GAMES For those who like board games, strategizing and history, Mount Independence State Historic Site in Orwell, Vt. is holding an inaugural afternoon of Revolutionary War tabletop wargaming on Sunday, July 15. On hand will be several strategy games and scenarios, including “Saratoga 1777.” To prepare for the games, review the rules at: The event is included in the regular site admission of $5 for adults and free for those under 15. Suitable for ages 12 and up. Information: 802-948-2000. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mount Independence State Historic Site, 497 Mount Independence Road, Orwell, Vt.

SUMMER CONCERT The Poultney-Granville Town Band hosts concerts on the East Poultney Green every Sunday in July at 6:30 p.m. The community band of student and adult musicians perform marches, show tunes and contemporary favorites. Bring a chair or blanket, or just sit in your car and listen. Free.

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The planet Mars is at its best for viewing in mid to late July as it approaches Earth. Hubbardton Battlefield State Historic Site in Vermont is holding a “Mars Astronomy Night” on Saturday, July 14 from 7-11 p.m. Members of the Green Mountain Astronomers will bring their telescopes and their knowledge to share with visitors. Everyone is requested to bring a flashlight. Blankets, lawn chairs, and personal binoculars or telescopes are welcome. Admission is by donation. Program is dependent on weather and sky conditions. Call 802-273-2282 to confirm. Hubbardton Battlefield State Historic Site, 5696 Monument Hill Road, Hubbardton, Vt. Information: Rusty Wescott at 802-287-5185. East Poultney Green, 1500 E. Main St., Poultney, Vt.

| MON 7/16 | 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: 802468-3093.

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 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: 802-468-3093.

| TUE 7/17 | 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.

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:

SUMMER CONCERT The Castleton Summer Concert Series

will take place Tuesdays at 7 p.m. at the Castleton Pavilion, Castleton University. Rain or Shine. On July 17, the Beatles tribute band, Studio Two, will perform. Free and open to the public. Information: or 802-468-6039.

| WED 7/18 | FOOT CLINICS The VNA & Hospice of the Southwest Region is hosting Blood Pressure and Foot Care Clinics on Wednesday, July 18 at the Dorset office of VNAHSR at 8:30 a.m., and in Rutland at the following locations: Sheldon Towers at 9 a.m., Linden Terrace at 11 a.m., and on Thursday, July 19 at Maple Village at 10 a.m. The cost of the foot clinic is $10. No appointment needed. Information: 802-7701536.

BIKE RIDE Slate Valley Trails Tim Johnson is leading a Family Fun Bike Ride on Wednesday July 18 at 7 p.m., departing from the Poultney Public Library. This ride is for adults and children age 7 and up. Participants should bring a helmet. Bikes and helmets are available at the Poultney Library. Information: Tim at 518-2829089. Poultney Public Library, 205 Main St, Poultney, Vt.

| THU 7/19 | FARMERS’ MARKET The Lakes Region Farmer’s Market takes place every Thursday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., June 21 through Oct. 4, at the north side of Main Street off Route 30 in Poultney, Ct. Information: 802-287-0389 or 802-468-5805 or email or visit

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.

NATURE WALK On Thursday, July 19 Slate Valley Trail’s Val Titus will lead a child-friendly nature walk on the Poultney River Rail Trail. Participants will meet at 10 a.m. in Shaw’s parking lot. Water, snacks, bug repellent and sunscreen are recommended. info@ Shaw’s park-

ing lot, 55 Depot St., Poultney, Vt.

FARMERS’ MARKET FAIR HAVEN The Farmers’ Market in Fair Haven, Vt. takes place every Thursday, 3 to 6 p.m., June 7 to Oct. 25, at Fair Haven Park. Free music on some dates. Information: or Olga Sears at 802-948-2211 or visit www. fair-haven-market.

Winney’s BlueBerry Farm Bacon Hill BlueBerries


3 miles north of Schuylerville on Route 32 518-695-5547 FOR MORE INFO Poultney • Castleton • Fair Haven • Benson/Orwell • Middletown

BIKE RIDE Slate Valley Trails hosts Thursday night mountain bike rides in and around the Poultney region. Each Thursday is a different ride beginning at 5:30 p.m. Ride location announced on SVT’s website and Facebook. info@

SUMMER CONCERT The Fair Haven Concerts in the Park will feature rock & roll with Blue Jay Way on Thursday, July 19 at 7 p.m. Free ice cream cones will be served. Caramel popcorn will be for sale along with water, soda and hot dogs. There are picnic tables in the park for families who may want to come early to enjoy the park and have dinner as well. Rain location is the First Congregational Church, at the north end of the park. Information: Concert Hotline at 265-3010 at ext. 301 after 4 p.m. on the day of the concert.

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.

Member of the NYFL (Northeast Youth Football League)

Equipment Handout - July 29th @ PES SRs @ 10:30 • JRs @ 1:30 Mandatory Parent Meeting @ Equipment Handout

July 30th - First Practice 5:45 PM @ PES Cheer ............. Flag ................ Jr. Tackle ........ Sr. Tackle .......

Grade K-6 Grade K-2 Grade 3-4 Grade 5-6

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$40 (holding fee $50) $40 $125 (holding fee $50) $125 (holding fee $50)

• A holding fee of $50 is required of cheer and tackle players. Your $50 check will be returned upon turning in equipment and uniform. • Birth Certificate and report card to verify grade are required for tackle.

Regular Price Registration is

SATURDAY, JULY 14TH *After July 14th a $20 late fee will be added to your registration. For more information, please contact us through Facebook Vermont Vipers Family Communication or call VT Vipers Board President, Dave Camara, at 802-342-0279

SUMMER CONCERT Granville Summer Concert Series presents Grand Central Station on Thursday, July 19 at 7 p.m. The concert features pop, R&B and a wide range of standards from the 60s to today. A free Ice Cream Night is presented by Glens Falls National Bank & Trust. Granville Veterans Memorial Park, Granville, N.Y.

FILM SERIES The Lakes Region Film Society will show a film on Thursdays at 7 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 nonprofit organization and all are welcome. Information: lrfilmsoc@ or 802-287-6101.

A Sign of Success There is no better way to insure a successful tag sale then with a tag sale ad in Manchester Newspapers. Not only will you receive three, bright yellow signs free, but we also publish your tag sale in five newspapers reaching more than 100,000 readers - all for as little as $19. Call our tag sale advisors today at 518-642-1234 to place your ad and put the power of 100,000 readers to work for you.

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CALL: 1-800-354-4232 Finds under $100 1 2 ’ S TA R C R A F T SEAFLIGHT sailboat w/trailer, cloth for new sail. $99. (518) 692-8148 18’X19’ INTEX POOL COVER $20. (518) 692-8148 2 SINGER SEWING MACHINES $95 for both. (518) 232-4763 (3) COLEMAN SLEEPING BAGS $25 for all 3. (518) 4280948 4 QT JAR w/snap-on lid Uncle Ezra’s cracker barrel assor tment. Made in Italy. $30. (518) 677-8293 4” DELTA JOINER BLADES sharpened extra blades included. Also has motor. $40. (518) 812-1883 (4) 16” SAAB STEEL RIMS $80/obo. (518) 854-9375 (4) TIRES BRIDGESTONE Blizzak size 225/45 R17. Very good tread. $99. (518) 6922157 6 M E G A P I X E L D I G I TA L scouting camera, 50 ft range w/SD card, new. $99. (518) 677-5846 7 . 5 H P M E R C U RY O U TBOARD motor. Needs work, no spark. $80. (518) 692-8148 A-FRAME LADDER for above-ground pool. New in box. $20. (518) 692-8148 AIR CONDITIONER 8,000 BTU. Excellent condition. Mfg Ocean Breeze. $95. (802) 265-8781 AMANA AC WINDOW unit model #7PZMH, 6500o BTU. Works good. $25. (802) 7838014 BARBIE HOUSE FURNISHED Couch 4’5w X 3’ Tall beds, chairs, tables, 3 dolls. Chelsea. $50. (518) 639-5527 BARBIE MERMAID, Ken kitchen set, bathroom set, washer, horse rocking chair, bed. $25. (518) 639-5527 BED FRAME METAL adjust up to king size. $30. (518) 615-7981 BED SIDE SUPPORT RAIL Paid $30 new, asking $15. (802) 265-8781


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BLACK & DECKER DRILL/ FLASHLIGHT set in heavy plastic case w/2, 14.4V battery packs & charger. Like new. $35. (518) 642-2627

DECANTER JIM BEAM $5. (518) 695-5541

GARAGE DOOR OPENER w/accessor ies & remote. Clopay brand. $50. (518) 2605211

KING SIZE HEADBOARD excellent condition. $75. (518) 615-7981

PLASTIC CULVERT DRIVEWAY pipe 15” x 10’. Never used. $99. (518) 854-3920

GAS MANIFOLD PRESSURE test kit. $25. (518) 7987558

LADDER RACK WITH WINDOW guard. Fits Dodge Dakota, heavy duty. $75. (802) 287-9519

POCKET KNIFE 3 inch (closed) new in box, 15 + years old. $6. (518) 642-2627

TIMBERLAND LEATHER BOOTS 6”, 10 1/2 Wide. Nice condition. $20 cash. Center Rutland (802) 775-0280

GEORGE FOREMAN LEAN fat grilling machine. Excellent condition. $10. (518) 6386985

LAVATORY FAUCET 2-handle washerless chrome finish. New in box, instructions included. $40. (518) 677-8191

P O O L G UA R D M o d e l PGRMSB. Let’s you know when someone is in the pool, brand new, $75. (518) 7442265

GLASSES - CHAMPAGNE FLUTES (6) in original box w/ design, brand new. $12/obo. (518) 301-1200

LAVATORY SINK AMERICAN standard. New in box, instructions included. $65. Cambridge (518) 677-8191

POOL GUARD Pool Alarm, Model PGRMSB, brand new, list $159, yours for $75. (518) 744-2265

GOLF BUGGY CART Bag Boy push or pull, foldable. Excellent condition. $75. (518) 409-4359

LAWN MOWER walk behind, 20” cut, adjustable heights. Scott’s Classic, used 2 seasons. $60. (518) 409-4359

POOL PUMP 1/2HP above ground Hayward pump & Haywood cycle filter. $50 for both. (518) 428-0948

HEAVY DUTY STEEL LAWN roller, 40 gallon. Ohio steel weight w/water 400 lbs. $60. (518) 677-8191

MASTER BUILT INDOOR/ OUTDOOR electr ic gr ill. Never used. New $199, now $99. Leave message (518) 639-8631

PROFESSIONAL HAIR CLIPPERS, Wahl Sterling Reflection Senior, plus accessories, used three times, $75. (518) 499-0219

METAL BIRD CAGE w/stand. Small bird size, good condition. $99. (518) 584-1582

PULL BEHIND TODDLER bike carriage. $75.(518) 5841582

MISMATCHED TOOLS one of light wood, one w/soft cushion top. $40 for both. (518) 260-5211

Q U I LT E D H A N D M A D E WALL hanger, flower design, 27”x32”. $25. (518) 638-6985

B R AT Z S C O OT E R $ 1 0 . (518) 639-5527 B R O O K S TO N E C A N DY DISPENSER new. $25. (518) 638-6985 CANOPY SWING SET, very good condition, $65. (518) 753-4927 CAP FOR S10 or Ford Ranger. $50. (518) 642-3776 CG159 COLOR GENERATOR TV Ins. Some books. $25. (518) 642-0621 CHARBROIL 4-BURNER INFRARED SS gas grill. Cover, side griddle. Needs grates. $30. (518) 854-9326

DINING ROOM TABLE has veneer top w/12” leaf, 60” long, 42” wide. Artistry Tahoe walnut. $65. (802) 265-8781 DOUBLE JOGGING STROLLER $60. (518) 5841582 DRILL PRESS DELTA, 5 Speed, 12”, $75. (518) 7442265 EARTH WAY EV-N-SPREAD, homeowner model. New $59, now $25. Leave message (518) 639-8631 ECHO 16” CHAIN SAW Little use, extra chain. $99. (802) 287-9519 ELVIS PRESLEY COLLECTOR cards, 36 unopened packs. $15. (518) 695-3304

CLAY FLOWER POTS 20” wide, 18” high. Excellent condition. Two for $25. (518) 8549326

ETHAN ALLEN MAPLE DINING table, 48” round with two 15” leaves, $99.99. (518) 4990219

CLOSET LOUVERED DOORS 2 - 12”x80”, new; 1 20”x80” w/door hardware. $40 for all. (802) 783-8014

EXERCISE GLIDE MACHINE adjustable inclne w/ calorie monitor. $20/obo. (518) 301-1200

COFFEE MAKER, SPACEMAKER Black & Decker. New, will install anywhere, RV, boat, home. $45. (518) 4094359

EXTENSION LADDER 36 feet - aluminum. $99. (518) 642-1705

CONDOR HORSE SHOES like new condition. Used 1 day. Cost $110, asking $75. (518) 791-2648 COOPER SIZE LARGE black leather MC jacket, excellent condition, $50. (518) 8796411 CRAFTSMAN 9” BAND saw. Good shape, hardly used. $35. (518) 812-1883 CRAFTSMAN DUMP CART (Solid) 33W x 38L. Needs one tire 480x400-8. $35 cash. Center Rutland (802) 7750280 CRAFTSMAN YARD VACUUM 4.5HP vacuum/chipper/ shredder/blower. Great for outdoor clean-up. $99.99 firm. (802) 468-5231 CROSSBOX FOR FULL size pickup, has key. $60.(518) 798-7558

“FAMILY MATTERS” seasons 1-4 on dvd, like new, $20 for all. (518) 632-5122 FAN SQUARE 22”x22”x6” works good. Needs cleaning. $7 cash. Center Rutland (802) 775-0280 FIBERGLASS TRUCK CAP 6-1/2 ft long, 5-1/2 ft wide, black. $99.99. (802) 273-2242 FOOD SLICER STAINLESS s t e e l Wa r i n g P r o m o d e l FS150. Manual included. $80. Cambridge (518) 677-8191 FRIGIDAIRE DEHUMIDIFIER like new. $50. (802) 2879519 FULL SIZE BLUE COUCH $50. (518) 677-5846 G.E. 6000 BTU AIR conditioner, 1 yr old. New condition. $99. (802) 287-9519 GALVANIZED PIPE w/inline fan, elbows & shroud. $30. (518) 480-9805

HIGH VOLTAGE GLOVES $75. (518) 798-7558 HOT STICK for pulling fuses. Extends 35 feet. $50. (518) 798-7558 HOT TUB, 4-person outdoor, new cover & pump. Needs work. $99. (518) 744-8733 HUGE BAG of clothes, girls size 16 jr & women’s small, great condition, $25. (518) 632-5122 HUGE TOTE OF kids toys. All varieties. Good for any age. $15. (518) 639-4466 HUMMINGBIRD COLOR FISH FINDER model 343C. Displays depth, water temp, speed, distance. $95. (518) 854-9326 KENMORE ELECTRIC DRYER, needs pig tail, good condition, $30. (518) 7534927 KEYSTONE DEHUMIDIFIER model KSTAD50B used briefly. New $179, now $99. Leave message (518) 639-8631 KIDS PINK BIKE girls w/helmet, 20”. $10. (518) 639-5527 KING SIZE BOX spring duel. Like new, still in plastic cover. $60. (518) 615-7981

MOTOR HOME SCRAP OR PARTS, $95. (518) 746-0087 NEW BLACK & DECKER weedwacker/blower combo. $70. (518) 238-8566 NEW OBEDIENCE/AGILITY Weeble-Wobble board, Teeter-Totter board. $50. (518) 638-6985 NEW WINDSHIELD WIPERS for 2000 Nissan Maxima. Never used. $15. (802) 3673916 OAK END STANDS/COFFEE table. $90. (518) 2388566

R E C L I N E R B E I G E / TA N came w/heat & massage & speaker phone. Heat & massage don’t work. $35. (518) 642-2627 RIVAL ELECTRIC FOOD SLICER fold-up. New $27, now $15. Leave message (518) 639-8631 ROCKWELL 1.5 HP ELECTRIC motor 115/230, 3450 RPM. Excellent condition. $60/obo. (518) 854-3920 RYOBI 10” COMPOUND mitre saw. Good condition. $35. (518) 812-1883

OLD MILK CAN, excellent condition, $50. (518) 6420794

SANSUI 32” LCD flat-screen TV. Excellent condition, remote incldued. $60. (518) 686-7105

OUTDOOR FURNITURE 48” round green table w/4 chairs. Good condition. $50. (518) 531-4378

SCORPION MOTORCYCLE HELMET Shorty, size large. Like new condition. $20. (518) 686-5003

PLASTIC CULVERT DRIVEWAY pipe 12”x7’. Never used. $60. (518) 854-3920

SHORTY HEADERS FORD 460 bought for a 64 truck, never used, $75. (518) 7442265

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RAVE Continued from front page include a “stunning restoration” of a 1964 Pontiac GTO that was one of the nicest restorations seen in this area. “One of the crazier cars we’ve seen in recent years was a green AMC Pacer with a very healthy supercharged motor,” Barrett said. “It was set up like drag car with wheelie bars.” Barrett said the Pacer was expected back again this year. Also this year, the show is featuring Chevrolet trucks to honor the 100th anniversary of the first Chevy trucks to roll off the assembly line. Fans can get a sneak peek Friday night as about two dozen show cars belonging to RAVE members will be on display in conjunction with Friday Night Live. The cars will be lined up one block over on Washington Street from 6-8 p.m. But Friday night is just a taste of what’s to come Saturday and Sunday when an estimated 200 vehicles should be on hand. Since RAVE held its first car show in 1980, it has,

at times, drawn as many as 400 exhibitors, but that number has fallen off as more shows crowded the regional schedule. “Last year, there were more than 200 registered vehicles,” Barrett said. “If the weather holds there isn’t any reason we can’t match that if not beat that number.” Attendees will have the chance to vote on their favorites among the hundreds of cars, trucks, motorcycles and other classics, restored and customized vehicles with the winners taking home a trophy. In addition, students on the First Robotics team from Stafford Technical Center will be showing off robotics projects they’ve been working on. The demonstrations will go on Saturday and Sunday. There will be food, games, product displays and flea market vendors. Money raised from the two-day event will benefit eight different charities that RAVE has chosen to help this year. In the 38 years the car show has been held, RAVE has donated more than $175,000 to charities in the area. For more information, see or check out RAVE’s Facebook page.

2003 SUBARU LEGACY WAGON 148K miles, KKB Value $2280-$3410. Fair condition. All major repairs are done, head gasket, water p u m p, t i m i n g b e l t , e t c . , brakes, clutch, wheel bearings, exhaust, new tires. $2195 cash only. Arlington area (802) 375-1212 2004 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER, fair condition, replaced transmission, tires good, inspected in April, $2795. (518) 854-3378 leave message. 2004 PONTIAC Grand Prix GTP. Good tires, brakes, solid body. Heated leather, cold A/C. $2795. 518-638-5431 2004 SILVER Volvo S40 I, 5cyl, 87,000 miles. Non-turbo, garage-kept, like new, in/out. Call (518) 638-6030 2005 CHEVY MONTE CARLO supercharged SS, black leather interior, $800. (802) 446-2117 2 0 0 5 TOYOTA S O L A R A CONVERTIBLE, great condition, 106,058 miles, kept garaged, red & black, $4500. (518) 753-6936 2006 HONDA PILOT LX. One owner, professionally maintained locally, 218,000 miles, good operating condition, tires good, minor age showing. Asking $2700. (802) 3952516 leave message.

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2011 TOYOTA CAMRY LE, EC, 24,400 miles, 4 dr, dark blue, kept in heated garage, $10,900. (802) 373-0707

2003 HARLEY DAVIDSON Low Rider Anniversary Edition. Good running, tires worn, 44,625 miles, $4200 cash, negotiable. (518) 499-1308 or (518) 222-0707

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Four Wheel Drive 2005 FORD 550 diesel, 4WD, p l a t fo r m d u m p, 1 2 8 , 0 0 0 miles. $9,000. (802) 265-3644 2011 FORD MUSTANG cherry red convertible with 4 cylinder engine. Continuously garaged, never dr iven in snow, 39,500 miles. May be seen/test dr iven only on weekends in Castleton, VT. Asking $13,900. Call 860921-8995 or email

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51st annual book sale July 28-29 The Pawlet Public Library will host its 51st annual book sale on Saturday, July 28 and Sunday, July 29. The sale will be held at the Mettawee Community School from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday. There will be close to 20,000 books


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Motorcycles 1986 HONDA GOLDWING Aspencade model, 40K miles, new windshield & battery. Very good condition. $2,000. (802) 273-2447

2005 SOUTHWIND 37C EXC condi. 3 slides, 4 door fridge, heat pumps, micro/convection, w/d. $45,000. (518) 6954925

ATV’s/ Snowmobiles HONDA ATV 2004TRX450FE Fourtrax Foreman FE, 561 miles, excellent condition, $2500. (518) 638-8603

Tires, Parts, Accessories (4) 17” CHROME American Racer rims with 235/45/R17 tires off mustang. Excellent cond. asking $400. (802) 2351307.

Pickup-TrucksVans 1996 CHEVY UTILITY truck, 3/4 ton, $1500. (802) 4462117 2001 2500 DURAMAX DIESEL 4X4, 244,420 MILES. $3000. (802) 468-3045

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