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Castleton townwide sale this Saturday Bargain hunters will descend on Castleton in droves this weekend as the community host hosts its annual townwide yard sale. The Castleton townwide yard sale will
be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 22. Nearly 50 vendors will set up shop at the Castleton Community Center. “The vendors range from food vendors, to craft vendors, to general merchandise and flea market items,” said
munity center. organizer Laurie Knauer. “We encourage other people to have There will be crafts, antiques, plants, jewelry, wooden toys and a number of their sales, so we can make it a true townfood vendors including offerings like wide sale,” Knauer said. In conjunction with the event, the strawberry shortcake and maple products. But sales won’t be limited to the com-
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Playing in the mud Thousands expected for mud bog event this weekend
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Thousands of oversized vehicles are expected to descend upon Whitehall this weekend as part of the Mettowee Off Road Extreme NAMRO Mud Drag event. This year will be Whitehall’s first time hosting the event, which has previously been held elsewhere. When it was canceled at another mud park, NAMRO, the North American Mud Racing Organization, asked Mettowee owner Ralph
Jameson II if he would host. “We were approached by a company that wanted to hold an event here, and we decided we’d try
Mud it out. We expect there to be between three and four thousand people here,” Jameson said. The company that is organizing the event with him told him to expect mud bog enthusiasts from near and far, including about 1,000 from Canada. The main event will take place along a flat mud track, where vehicles of up to 2,000-horsepower will race along a 25-foot-wide, 200-footlong strip followed by 450 feet of shutdown. Jameson said the driver with the best time will win, and he expects there to be $6,000 in payouts and trophies,
Lakes Region students named to Castleton Dean’s List The following students were named to the Castleton College dean’s list for the Spring 2013 semester. To qualify for this academic honor, the student must maintain full-time status and a semester grade point average of 3.5: Alyssa Hurd, Keith Schneider Matthew Machia, Kelli Hennessey, Paolo Loli, Ethan Zorzi Alexis Allen, Erick Cinotti, Courtland Couture, James Heflin, Sarah Czarnecki, Katherine Holden, Daniel Senif, Rachael Young Kelly Conway, Matthew Couture, Heather
McKeag, Corey Ploof, Nicholas Rosso, Jeremiah Rudnicki, Amanda Runnells, Jarrod Sammis, Hayley Savage Emily Burke,Alexandra Chamberlain, Staci Jedlick, Alexandra Jones, Molly Leach, Justin Lenihan, Jacob Loomis, Michael Munch, Jessica Poljacik Sara Harrison Mikayla Taylor Castleton is small enough to be a community where every student matters, yet offers more than 30 academic programs, 20 intercollegiate sports, and over 40 clubs and organizations.
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revenue for businesses in both Whitehall and Granville. And this isn’t the only competition he will hold this season. “There will be elimination derbies all summer, and we will be making donations to the local fire departments and rescue squads,” he said, adding that he hopes to give money away after this event as well. “We hope to generate something that will benefit everyone,” he said. Jameson, who opened his park in 2009, said people who like outdoor sports will enjoy this weekend’s event. “Off-road wheeling is becoming a fast-growing sport. People like to get out and play. There’s nothing like getting out with your vehicle and playing all day,” he said.
“Gigantic Book Sale” from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday. The sale will feature thousands of titles in nearly every category. Proceeds will benefit the library.
Other private sales will be held throughout the community. Sales will be held rain or shine.
Benefit run next Saturday in Castleton A 5K fun run to benefit the Maxwell Burns Memorial Fund will be held next Saturday, June 29 at the Castleton Elementary School. The family-friendly race will step off at noon. Runners can pre-register at the Lakehouse Pub and Grille or beginning at 11 a.m. the day of the race. The run is being held oneyear to the date after Burns, a 10 year-old Castleton resident,
died in a tragic farming accident. A Memorial Mosaic dedicated in his honor, was unveiled at the Castleton Elementary School earlier this month. The mosaic, which features a butterfly perched on a concrete cylinder, was created by artist Suellen Schneider with help from students at the school. An iron vine encircling the mosaic was created by Brian Dunleavy
and Jon Pintello from the Freedom Forge. The cost to run is $15 for adults and $10 for children. Proceeds will benefit the Maxwell Burns Memorial Fund for the purchase of playground equipment at the school. Following the run, participants can enjoy entertainment from DJ Kris Kul and food will be available.
Poultney Library planning annual book sale The Poultney Public Library is planning the biggest book sale it has ever held on Saturday, July 6 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The library has received a record amount of book donations this year, officials said. The basement is filled to capac-
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as well. He said the trucks are normal-sized vehicles that have been modified with such features as bigger tires and bigger engines. And there will be other activities as well, like a normal track for all types of vehicles and a mud-wrestling pit, which he described as more of a spectator sport. As part of the mud park, Jameson said there are all types of terrain from beginner to extreme, including hill climbs, rock crawls and other trails. The company helping to organize the event has already marked out the track and prepared it for the weekend, and Jameson said it’s “nice and soft.” He expects to draw a large crowd and therefore generate
ity with an unprecedented selection of books. Prices will be 25 cents for hard cover books and 10 cents for paperbacks. There will also be rare, autographed and collectible books for sale, as well as hundreds of children’s books.
Due to the volume of donations this year, no more books will be accepted until after Aug. 1. For more information, call the Poultney Public Library at 802-287-5556 or visit www.poultneypubliclibrary.com.
Middletown Springs students graduate from sixth grade Middletown Springs Elementary school graduated the following sixth graders, who will be moving up to middle school next year: Michael Barrett, Olivia Kelly Hinterberger, Emery Letendre, Savanah Mickowski, Emmett
Morgan, Macy Wilson and Mikael Zielinski. Students who earned a place on the Honor Roll in the fourth quarter include: High Honors – Daniel Graves, Oisin Harrington, Emery Letendre, Grace Wilson and
Macy Wilson Honors – Tooti Eirmann, Soren Ericksen, Hank Harding, Matt Haskins, Olivia Jones, Esther Mackenzie, Emmett Morgan, Chris Ray, Evelyn Seidner, Rose Tarbell, and Galen Trapeni.
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Rupert Congregational Church will host a Community Vacation Bible School from 9 a.m. till noon on June 24 to 28. Everyone is welcome to come for some great music, games, crafts and healthy snacks. The program will close on Friday night. For more information, call 802-394-2491.
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Will Patton Ensemble returns to Castleton Tuesday The Castleton College Summer Concert series will present the Will Patton Ensemble at 7 p.m. this Tuesday, June 25 at the college pavilion. Playing a mix of Gypsy jazz and Brazilian music, this world class group of extremely talented musicians is
not to be missed. In their recent CD, “Peripherique,” the Will Patton Ensemble aims to bring the mandolin into the context of Gypsy jazz and bebop while retaining the acoustic ensemble sound more associated with
Bluegrass. The music has expanded to include Brazilian sambas and choros, and included original compositions in all these styles. The band can evoke the mood of a smoky Parisian bistro or a shady plaza in the heart of Bahia.
In addition to mandolinist Will Patton, the group also includes guitarist Steve Blair, Will’s daughter Anna Patton on flute and clarinet, and violinist David Gusakovis. Individually, the musicians have played with performers including Emmylou
Harris, John Denver, Van Morrison and more. The concert is free and open to the public and will be held rain or shine. Bring lawn chairs and/or a blanket. For further information, please contact (802) 273-2911
SolarFest seeks “Mini Makers” Vacation bible school in Poultney to participate in this years event This year, as part of SolarFest, organizers are featuring a Mini Maker Faire on July 14 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., an exhibit celebrating the homegrown invention movement. SolarFest will take place from July 12 through 14 at 12 McNamara Road in Tinmouth, Vt. Inventors are invited to submit do-it-yourself projects that are unique, inspiring, engaging, and interactive with observers. It should be something that hasn’t been seen before, or at least by few people. Categories might include vintage tech and gaming, crafts, design/architecture/engineering, biotech, found objects, visual arts, unusual tools, kites, tesla coils, bicycles and student projects. For each exhibit, the maker needs to be on hand to demo and
explain the project. Applicants who are chosen by a review panel will receive a 10’x10’ display area at no charge, but must supply their own canopy and seating. To apply to be part of the Mini Maker Faire, visit http:// minimakerfaire.solarfest.org or call 802-578-7738 to learn more. Applications must be received by June 30. SolarFest is the Northeast’s premier renewable energy and sustainability event. Now in its 19th year, SolarFest blends art, music, theater, education and community outreach to inspire the conservation of Earth’s limited resources. The three-day family-friendly festival features music production powered by renewable energy. More information is available at www. solarfest.org.
The Foundation Church in Poultney invites all children from grades K-5 to Kingdom Rock, a Medieval themed Vacation Bible School with knights, castles, kings and queens. It will be held June
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Fair Haven Library hosting babysitting training course Have you ever wanted to be a babysitter but were unsure if knew enough to do so? An American Red Cross Babysitter’s Training Course will be offered free of charge to youth ages 11 to 15 on Saturday, June 29 at the Fair Haven Free Library. This course provides the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and responsibly care for infants and children up to the age of 10, as well as to manage a babysitting business. Everyone who completes the course will receive a babysitting certificate. Fair Haven librarian Carol Scott said the course normally costs $60 but is being offered free. The course will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Hyde Room at the library. Space is limited so interested participants are encouraged to call the library at 802-265-8011 to pre-register or for more information.
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It’s time to party at the Concerts in The Park as the tribute band, Mellow Yellow, comes to Fair Haven on Thursday, June 27, at 7 p.m. for a retro concert that will have audience members rocking and rolling. Mellow Yellow is a Burlington based band that has developed an authentic re-creation of the great music of the sixties, but in a different way than many tribute bands. Rather than focus on the music of one band or artist, Mellow Yellow pays tribute to a time that was unique in musical history. What you will hear from this band are authentic covers from many of the great artists and bands of the sixties that will have you believing you are listening to the original artists. The Mellow Yellow concert experience is more than just the music as the band dresses in the costumes of the time. You will
see band members with names like Brad Daddy-o and Kenny Diggit, as you hear the music of The Beatles, The Turtles, Tommy James, The Supremes, Led Zepplin, Leslie Gore, Strawberry Alarm Clock, and other great and diverse bands of the golden age of rock and roll. Close your eyes and you might imagine cruising down Main Street USA on a Friday night in your ‘57 Chevy or convertible T-Bird, blasting your favorite songs on an AM radio station and singing along as you go. Of course you will need to break out your bell bottom pants and go-go boots to really enjoy the experience to its fullest. This concert will be really fun, fun, fun but you had better hurry before daddy takes your T-Bird away. Mellow Yellow is well known in Vermont and has a growing reputation outside of our state.
Besides being a fixture at the Killington summer concert series and the Vergennes Opera House, the band was invited to play a retro cruise in the Caribbean last October, and at one point played their signature cover of “Knights in White Satin” to an appreciative audience that included members of the Moody Blues. Don’t forget that the next Concert in The Park will be an encore performance by the 40th Army Band of The Vermont National Guard and will play on Friday night, July 5, at 7:00 p.m. Commander David Myers has promised a bigger and more diverse show this year and says the band is excited to return to Fair Haven because of the overwhelming response to last year’s show. Mark your calendars for these free and fun filled concerts.
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The Fair Haven Union High School cheerleading squad is sponsoring a “mini cheer clinic” next month. Members of the varsity cheerleading squad will teach students from kindergarten through eighth grade more about cheering, routines and tumbling. The clinic will be held July 13 and 20 and will be split into age divisions: Kindergarten through third grade from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. and fourth through eighth grade from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. The cost for one day is $6 for the younger kids and $10 for the older kids. Two-day rates are available for $11 and $15, respectively. Each participant will receive a free t-shirt. For more information, call Kim Ransom at the Fair Haven Union High School at 802-265-4966, ext. 236.
Eliza Mauhs-Pugh of Poultney has been named to the Dean’s List of Drew University for the Spring 2013 semester. In order to qualify for the Dean’s List, students must earn a grade point average of 3.6 or above. Founded in 1867, Drew is a selective, independent, coeducational university with a total enrollment of more than 2,300 students in its College of Liberal Arts, Caspersen School of Graduate Studies and Theological School.
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Lakes Region students graduate from CSC The following students recently graduated from Castleton College during the 226th commencement on May 18: Sarah Alexander, Associate of Science, Nursing; Melissa Hamblin, Associate of Science, Nursing; Keith Schneider, Bachelor of Science, Practice of Physical Education Jon Rasmussen, Associate of Science, Nursing; Ethan Zorzi, Bachelor of Science, Business Administration David Brandt, Bachelor of Science, Sports Administration; Stafford Brannon, Bachelor of Science, Business Administration; Valerie Cassidy, Bachelor of
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Poultney July 4th 5K registration open The Poultney 5K Fun Run organizers would like to announce that the Martin Devlin Memorial 5K Fun Run will be held at 8 a.m. on July 4 in Poultney at Green Mountain College. Runners, walkers and people of all fitness levels are encouraged to participate. Participants are encouraged to pre-register by visiting poultneyvt.com for a registration form that includes race information. Same-day registration will be open from 6:45 to 7:45 a.m. at Green Mountain College. The entry fee is $15 each for adults and $10 each for age 16 and younger. The first 200 registrations will receive a race
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Come and kick off the summer at the Middletown Springs Volunteer Fire Department Open House at 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 22 at 8 Firehouse Lane. The MSVFD will be on hand to recruit new members, train existing members, and educate the public on fire safety with live demonstrations which will include a roll over simulator, proper use and handling of fire extinguishers, live vehicle extrication, firefighter safety and survival, and more. The MSVFD’s ladder truck, which is the fire department’s newly acquired aerial apparatus, will be demonstrated at the
t-shirt that they may pick up at the race. The race benefits Rutland Area Visiting Nurses and Hospice. It was renamed in 2003 to honor Devlin, a past organizer of the run. During his illness Devlin was cared for by the Rutland Area Visiting Nurses Association and Hospice. Devlin’s family is hopeful that the Fun Run will help raise funds that will enable the Hospice program to serve others that may be in need of assistance. For more information visit poultneyvt.com or contact race organizers at 802-287-4374 or 802-236-1880.
event. Fire trucks and equipment will also be on display. During the open house, the Middletown Springs Firefighter Association will be holding their annual basket raffle, along with a 50/50 raffle, and silent auction. Printed t-shirts will be available for the event. There will be a bouncy house and ice cream for the young and young at heart. Some of the items that you could win during the event are NASCAR Sprint Cup tickets to New Hampshire Motor Speedway on July 14, table lamps from Hubbardton Forge, a cord of fire wood, golf for four at Proctor-Pittsford
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Poultney students participate in National History Day Contest Mary Wells Heath run next Saturday in Fair Haven The seventh annual Mary Wells Heath 5K Memorial Run will be held at 8:30 a.m. next Saturday, June 29 in Fair Haven. The race, which benefits the Rutland Regional Medical Center’s Cancer Center, will start at the town green. Registration at the green, across from the fire station, will be held from 7 to 8:15 a.m., and the race begins at 8:30.
Awards will be given out at 9:45 a.m. The fee to register is $20, and pre-registering participants can mail their entries to Mary Lou Thompson at 2533 North Road, Castleton, Vt., 05735. Checks can be made payable to Mary Wells Heath 5K Memorial Run/Walk. For more information call Thompson at 802-273-2210.
Learn Spanish at the Pawlet Library Learn Spanish through reading and storytelling at the Pawlet Library on Tuesdays at 4:30 p.m. With a focus on speaking and listening, an experienced teacher and returned Peace Corps volunteer offers a dynamic, fun and unique way to acquire a second language. The tuition for four consecutive classes is $50. Session 1 will be held June 25, July 2, July 9 and July 16, and the course will run with a 6 person minimum.
Officials ask interested participants to sign up for a complete session as the class is designed to be progressive. Private tutoring is available as well. Times can be negotiated for those interested in organizing their own small group. To reserve a spot, contact Casey, the instructor, at email@example.com or call 781640-1224 or Beth, the Pawlet librarian, at pawlet_pub@vals. state.vt.us or leave a message at 802-325-3123.
LiHigh students explore New England With the weather being much too nice most days for teenagers to want to spend more than a minute or two indoors, students at LiHigh School in Poultney have been traveling all around New England this spring and summer. The explorations started in early May with a morning hike to the top of Cliffs Trail in the Robert T. Stafford White Rocks National Recreation Area in Wallingford, where students in the ninth and tenth grades enjoyed a beautiful view over the Route 7 valley. The following week, students ventured to Lincoln to hike to the top of Mt. Abraham, the fifth tallest mountain in the state. It was a cool and windy day, and the students almost got blown off the top of the mountain, but the 360-degree view made it all worth it. The next week, the students of LiHigh School drove down to Concord, Mass., to visit Walden Pond, where Henry
David Thoreau wrote his classic text, Walden. Earlier in the year, the students had constructed a full-sized replica of Thoreau’s cabin, and this would be their first chance to compare their finished product with Thoreau’s actual design. Their teacher, Kyle Callahan, took it as a good sign when one of the students said, “I like ours better.” In the weeks following the trip to Walden, the students stayed local to the Poultney area, hiking to the top of Haystack Mountain in Pawlet, the Dean Nature Reserve in Wells, and spending an afternoon playing Frisbee and exploring the fields at Lake St. Catherine State Park. With only a few days left in the school year, the students still have one more field trip planned, an outing to Quechee Gorge and the Vermont Institute for Natural Science. All in all, it’s been a fun and eventful spring for the students at LiHigh School.
Tiny Theatre announces film schedule The Tiny Theatre in Poultney will be showing a number of films over the next several weeks. This weekend on Saturday, June 22, the theater will play “Escape from Planet Earth,” rated PG. This all-ages animated comedy follows the adventures of astronaut Scorch Supernova, a hero of the blue aliens who has a vast appetite for adventure. Ignoring his brother’s warning, Scorch sets off on a deep-space rescue that proves to be a trap. Brendan Fraser and Sarah Jessica-
Parker provide the voices for this movie. The following week, on Saturday, June 29 will be “Jack the Giant Slayer,” rated PG-13. This film, staring Ewan McGregor, tells the story of an ancient war that is reignited when a young farmhand unwittingly opens a gateway between our world and a fearsome race of giants. Unleashed on the earth for the first time in centuries, the giants strive to reclaim the land they once lost, forcing the young man, Jack, into the battle of his life to stop
them. On Saturday, June 6, the theatre will show “Oz the Great and Powerful,” rated PG. The movie, starring James Franco, Mila Kunis and Rachel Weisz, focuses on a small-time magician, who is swept away to an enchanted land and is forced into a power struggle between three witches. Showtimes for all movies are at 1, 4, 6:30 and 9 p.m., and as part of the Poultney Recreation Program Family Film Special, admission is only $1.
Poultney Public Library planning exciting events Registration for “Reading for Treasure,” the summer reading program for ages six to 12, June 20. Add a piece of pirate loot to the treasure chest for every book you read! Our first popular event will be our annual Scavenger Hunt. To participate, you and a partner pick up the list at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, June 25. Be back to the library at 4 p.m. for judging and prizes. All events are free of charge and open to everyone. Beginning on June 24 stop in any time to win prizes in our weekly challenge, make the craft of the week, and check out a book or movie. Watch the library’s website or check the library for signs about Movie and Wii events. We will also have some special friends on our circulation desk all sum-
mer long. Make sure that you come in to visit them. We hope that you “dig” them as much as we do. The kick-off for our Teen Summer Reading Program “Beneath the Surface” will be on Thursday, June 27. Ages 12 to 18 are welcome to sign up and stick around for pizza and a showing of a new release on the big screen at 8 p.m. All those who complete the summer check-list are invited to our “Library Lock-In-Night.” Be sure to come in to sign up and get your schedule of our other teen happenings. All ages are welcome to join Rockin’ Ron the Friendly Pirate for songs, jolly jigs, and jokes to boot at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, July 10.. For more information go to Rockin’ Ron’s website at www.rockinronthe-
Local History Day event set for July 28 The Fair Haven Historical Society has announced that the seventh annual Local History Day will be held on Sunday, July 28, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Fair Haven Park. There will be music, food and free activities for young and old to celebrate the community’s rich heritage. The society invites local his-
torical societies, historians and demonstrators of old art forms to participate at no cost. Space is also available for farmers markets and crafters for a donation. No mass-produced, imported or flea market merchandise, please. For information call 802-2654115.
friendlypirate.com . The Poultney Public Library’s Discussion Group is reading “Once upon a more enlightened time: More politically correct Bedtime Stories” by James Finn Garner. Stop by the library to pick up a copy of the book. Please join us at 1 p.m. on Saturday, July 20 for discussion and refreshments. Please note that this is a time change.) This is an informal group; all that is needed is a love of reading and an interest in sharing thoughts and ideas with others. For any questions, please call the Poultney Public Library at 802-287-5556. You can view our website at www.poultneypubliclibrary.com, and please to remember to like us on Facebook.
Nineteen graduate from Mettawee Community School The nineteen members of the Mettawee Community School Sixth Grade graduated last Tuesday, June 11, to the applause and cheers of family and friends, as well as MCS alumni, faculty and staff. The annual graduation ceremony was the first to be presided over by Principal Brooke DeBonis, who was completing her inaugural year at the helm of the K-6 elementary school serving the students of the towns of Pawlet and Rupert. In addition to DeBonis’ remarks, UD #47 school board
member Susan Ceglowski, the Honorable John Malcom, VT-D, and Mettawee Community PTO President Brooke Burnham spoke to the class of 2013. The following awards were presented during the graduation ceremonies: Presidential Academic Fitness Aw a r d s : for Academic Achievement Nicholas Andrus, Lexa Blomberg,Adam Browe, Paula Perkins and Guillermo Yescas. for Academic Excellence Henry Ahlfeld, Sydney Badger, Emma Bryant, Hanna Bryant,
Stella Farrell and Sam Freeman. Ellen Frances Luke Award - Henry Ahlfeld Annie McGuire Award Stella Farrell Mark of Excellence Award - Emma Bryant and Hanna Bryant Ruth Lewis Kirchner Award - Adam Browe Irene Hanfield Award Nicholas Andrus Pawlet and Rupert Historical Society Essay Awards: 1st prize - Henry Ahlfeld 2nd prize - Sydney Badger
GMC receives $239,500 foundation grant National studies show that only about 40 percent of students complete an undergraduate degree within four years, a major factor to student loan debt. Green Mountain College has received a $293,500 grant from the Davis Educational Foundation to develop an innovative first and second year program designed to accelerate progress toward a degree for all students, increase retention, and reduce student indebtedness. The three-year grant
Sustainability and Student Success will support course redesign and professional development for faculty and staff to meet the learning needs of each student. Students will have access to specialized academic tutorials and supplemental materials that provide greater academic challenge. Offices including student life, athletics, counseling, career services, and the College’s learning center will develop a wide range of cocurricular programs to bol-
ster student success in the classroom. The grant was received from the Davis Educational Foundation established by Stanton and Elisabeth Davis after Mr. Davis’ retirement as chairman of Shaw’s Supermarkets, Inc. The foundation is an expression of the couple’s shared support and value for higher education and has provided over $89 million in grants to more than 165 institutions.
3rd prize - Faith Winchell Certificates of Participation: Torrey Amaral, Nicholas Andrus, Issac Baker, Blomberg, Adam Browe, Emma Bryant, Hanna Bryant, Jennifer Burnor, Stella Farrell, Sam Freeman, Ethan Moore, Connor Mullen, Paula Perkins, Carson Smith and Guiller mo Ye s c a s. American Legion Post #323, Granville, N.Y. - Sam Freeman Music Awards (MCS Band) Torrey Amaral, Sydney Badger, Issac Baker, Lexa Blomberg, Adam Browe, Emma Bryant, Hanna Bryant, Jennifer Burnor, Stella
Farrell, Sam Freeman, Ethan Moore, Paula Perkins and Guillermo Yescas. Eugene Clark Memorial Award - Paula Perkins and Guillermo Yescas. The evening’s proceedings also included a sixth grade memories slide show, presented by sixth grade teachers Patty Lea and Diane Mach, and the singing of the “Star Spangled Banner” and “Hall of Fame” by the graduating class. The evening concluded with the awarding of school certificates of completion and a reception.
FHPD wins statewide challenge The Fair Haven Police Department proved earlier this month it is up to the challenge. The department was awarded first place in Category I of the 2012 Vermont Law Enforcement Challenge. This award is based on the department’s policies and procedures, the training its officers receive, it public information and education, its enforcement efforts and enforcement effectiveness. For being selected the depart-
ment was given a pole-mounted radar sign that will show the speed of passing motor vehicles. The sign will be placed in a high traffic area to remind motorists of the posted speed limit. The unit has a $3,000 value. Chief Bill Humphries credited to Patrolman James Riehl for taking the time to comply and submit the application. This is the second year in a row the department has received this honor.
Lake Assoc. to host annual boat parade The Lake St. Catherine Association is pleased to announce the launching of its 2013 July 4 boat parade. All are welcome whether they want to join the parade or cheer from the shore. No fees or admission required. There will be four prizes for decorated boats (decorations are optional—it’s up to participants): most original, most patriotic, funniest and best overall. Judges will view the passing boats from three viewing areas: Crow’s Nest (Forest House Bay), Mid Pines (Red Boat
House–Ox Bow Bay) and Connie’s Deck (Cone’s Point). Look for the red, white and blue balloons. The parade will begin with a gathering of all participating boats in Forest House Bay at 1 p.m. on July 4, with a rain date of Friday, July 5. Following the lead boat, the parade will proceed up the west side of the lake, across to the state park then head south along the east side returning to Forest House Bay. Participating is easy. Those interested should contact Lila Burgner at BurgnerL@msn.
com or 802-287-9372 to register, to get a boat number or for more information. Participants should remember to let organizers know how many children will be on their boats. We want to be sure to have enough ice cream certificates to hand out. Organizers said they thank Stewart’s Shops, the Trolley Restaurant, Tot’s Diner and the Wells Country Store for their generosity in providing gift certificates, and they think this is a great kickoff to summer fun on the lake.
Battlefield expert to lead hike along military road Visitors to the Hubbardton Battlefield later this month will have an opportunity to learn more about a strategic corridor that was vital to the movement of supplies and colonial soldiers during the American Revolution. Hubbardton Battlefield State Historic Site interpreter Carl Fuller will lead a guided hike along a part of the Hubbardton section of the 1776 military road on Saturday, June 29. “The hike takes visitors through the (Hubbardton) battlefield, and you begin to get a feeling of how rugged these soldiers were and what it was like to traveling by foot over the rugged terrain,” said Elsa Gilbertson, regional site administrator for the Chimney Point, Hubbardton Battlefield and Mount Independence historic sites. The 1776 military road was built under orders from American general Horatio Gates to serve as a means of transporting soldiers and sup-
plies in and out of the Champlain Valley. It stretched from Crown Point, N.Y., to Charleston, N.H. “It was vital to New England states. The road was really more of a rough trail for soldiers to come to Mount Independence,” Gilbertson said. Although the road has long been abandoned, parts are still visible. “It’s fascinated to see the remains of this road that people don’t take any more,” Gilbertson said. The hike starts at the Hubbardton Battlefield State Historic Site visitor center, and heads west following traces of the old military road that led toward Mount Independence. Hikers will see the area where the first shots of the Revolutionary War Battle of Hubbardton were fired on July 7, 1777, and get a taste of what it might have been like for the soldiers traveling over this varied terrain. The hike, which begins at 2
p.m. and wraps up around 5 p.m., is approximately five miles (roundtrip) over rugged terrain and is vigorous in spots. “Carl will take his time so that everyone can enjoy themselves,” Gilbertson said. Hikers should be prepared for hills, dress for the weather, wear sturdy shoes or boots, and bring water. The cost is $2 for adults and free for children under 15, and includes admission to the museum. The Hubbardton Battlefield State Historic Site preserves the location of the only Revolutionary War battle in Vermont. The site is at 5696 Monument Hill Road, six miles off Vermont Route 30 in Hubbardton or seven miles off exit 5 on US Route 4 in Castleton. Carefully follow the signs. The site is open Thursday through Sunday, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., and on Columbus Day, Oct. 14, the last day of the season. For more information about the program, call (802) 273-2282.
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Wells to celebrate waterfront with town picnic next Saturday
On campus Kelsey Powers of Poultney has earned a spot on the Castleton College president’s list for the spring semester of the 2012-13 academic year. To qualify for this highest academic honor, the student must maintain full-time status and a semester grade point average of 4.0. Trista Johnson, of Bomoseen, graduated from Union College on Sunday, June 16 during the College’s 219th Commencement exercises. Johnson, an English major, received a Bachelor of Arts degree. A pair of local students received their degrees during
Johnson State College’s 146th commencement ceremonies last month. Jason Morin of Castleton and Terrance Humphries of Poultney each received their bachelor’s degree. They were among 419 students to receive a degree. Henry Clark of Benson, Sara Pratt of Castleton and Allan Ciccarelli of Wells were named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Johnson State College. In order to qualify for the honor, a student must complete 12 credit hours and maintain a grade point average of at least 3.5
The town of Wells will be holding its second annual town picnic at Lakeside Park, on Saturday, June 22. All Wells residents are invited to gather at the 12.6 acre lakeside property on North Street, at the foot of Lake Hill, between noon and 4 p.m. There will be a cookout lunch available for sale, with the proceeds to benefit the development of the site, as well as music, and brief guided walking tours of the Delaney Woods located across North Street, a short walk up Delaney Cross Road.
Wells farm hosting farm tour next Saturday Rutland Area Farm and Food Link presents its June Farm Tour at Second Nature Herb Farm in Wells, Vt., from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, June 29. The public is invited to meet herb growers Ellen Malona and Richard Strange, owners of the farm. They grow and sell organically produced herb plants ready to transplant into your garden or
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container. Included in their plant list are many varieties of culinary and medicinal herbs. Registration is required, through www.rutlandfarmandfood.org/realrutland. Cost of the event is based on a sliding scale of $5 to $15, with children admitted free of charge. Free transportation will be available from Rutland (information will be provided upon registration). For more information, call Elizabeth at 802-417-1528 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
“The Lakeside Park has seen a good deal of use in the last year,” said Tim Makepeace, Delaney Committee member, “That is what we had hoped for, and why we are working to continue to improve both the waterfront and the Delaney Woods.” The Delaney Committee will be sponsoring this event and hopes that Wells folks will come out to enjoy their waterfront, see the result of the committee’s on-going efforts to improve this site, and learn more about the new forest parking area and trails that are
in the planning stages. Many committee members have been hard at work preparing the waterfront area and donating time and materials. Along with the town of Wells Volunteer Fire Department, they recently completed a burn of some old and collapsing barns at the waterfront. The committee welcomes the ideas, input and interest of all residents of Wells. Please call the Wells Town Clerk at (802) 645-0486 with any questions or for more information.
Pember Library book sale at new site this year The Pember Library Summer Book Sale will be held on Saturday, July 13, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Pember Library and Museum, 33 West Main Street, Granville, NY. A wide variety of gently used hardcover books, paperbacks, children’s
books, and more will be on sale. The hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Special $1 per bag price will be from 2 to 3 p.m. on Saturday. The Slate Valley Garden Club will also present “Books, Buns, Bouquets” at the Pember
Library on Saturday, July 13. This is a change of venue from previous years at the Mary J. Tanner School. The library is taking donations for the sale. For more information contact the library at 518-6422525.
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PORCH WOODEN LOVE SEAT includes sunbrella, cushion and pillows, new condition, $99. 518-638-8383
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PORTABLE BASKETBALL HOOP, $65. 802-773-8509 PRO-FORM TREADMILL 570 Crosswalk, has fan, incline, intensity control. Arms on side, $75. 518-642-9866 PURPLE BABY JOGGER stroller, good condition. Retractable canopy, easy to fold up, $50. 518-642-9278 QUEEN MATTRESS & box spring, $35. 802-265-4277 QUILTING BOOKS material, all size pieces, $40. 802-2879361 R AY E W RY O LY M P I C S jump 1904 St. Louis, Kodak photo lapel pin, unused, mint, $25. 518-854-7844 R C A P OW E R E D S U B WOOFER 16”h, 14”w, 15”d. Like new, $98. 518-692-7973 RECLINER ASHLEY average to small size, neutral colors, $99. 802-265-3695 R E C L I N E R C H A I R bu r gundy/red, clean, good condition, asking $75. 518-6869288 RECLINER GOOD CONDITION comfortable, $45. 518692-7514 R E D W H E E L B A R R OW good condition, $30 OBO. 518-642-1672 RIVERS EDGE TREE STAND Brand new, $45. 518-642-3727 ROCK POLISHER KIT new in box, $75. 802-375-6782 ROCKER GLIDER maple, good condition, $20. 518686-5380 ROPER ELECTRIC CLOTHES dryer, works fine, $25. 802-867-0431 RUG WOOL RUNNER 13’X28”, brown pattern w/ some blues & greens, $90. 802-375-2517
TWO PAIRS GIRLS Nike cleats, size 5.5 & 6, like new, $20. 518-642-1529 V I N TAG E F I B E R G L A S S TRUCK topper for full size truck, $99. 518-677-3072 V I N TAG E T R I C Y C L E C 1920, $25. 802-265-4277 VINTAGE TURNER MIRRORED wall hanging, large w/ shelves, $75. 518-6773072 WETSUIT FOR SCUBA divi n g , S h e r wo o d , 2 p i e c e, Men’s size medium, good condition, $90. 518-282-9647 WHITE MARBLE SLAB 45” long 14” wide 1” thick, $35. 518-747-3558
TIN NO HUNTING Fishing, Trespassing sign, Sandgate Vt, early 50s, mint, $70. 802773-8509
WOODEN DESK 4ft by 22” drawers on sides, one middle drawer, $30. 802-446-2117 XXL DOG CRATE black, $99. 518-788-5999 YAMAHA AV RECEIVER like new, $99. 518-796-7897 ZENITH TV 19” works good, $50. 518-495-6846
TOYOTA 2004 TUNDRA intake, airbox & ductwork, V8, $99. 802-468-3117 TOYOTA 4 PIN factory trailer harness, brand new, very hard to come by, $50 OBO. 802-287-4321 TRACTOR RUNNING GEAR older, but useable, $99. 518-260-0325 TRAIN SET G-GAUGE engine, cars, hand cart, extra track & switches, $99. 802375-2517 TV 27” ANALOG w/ digital converter box. Cable ready, good picture, $25. 518-6869190 TV SONY TRINITRON tru surround large w/ cabinet, height from floor, 47” screen 37”, $60. 518-642-3779 T W I N M AT T R E S S g o o d condition (only used by a child), $50. 518-695-5165 T W O A N T I Q U E B E N TWOOD chairs, $30. 518-6928519
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CHAIRS (8) Mission style oak, $160. 802-537-3111 D I N I N G TA B L E o a k , 42X60”, 2 leaves each 18”, self stor ing, 6 chairs, all $350. 802-362-5410
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS CLARINET/FLUTE/ VIOLIN/TRUMPET/ Trombone/ Amplifier/ Fender Guitar, $69 each. Cello/Upright Bass/ Saxophone/ French Horn/ Drums, $185 ea. Tuba/Baritone Horn/Hammond Organ, Others 4 sale. 1-516-3777907
D E LTA M I LWAU K E E BAND SAW floor model w/ roller base, work light, 5 blades 93 1/2x¬, Rip fence g u i d e 1 / 2 h p m o t o r, E C, $250. 802-287-5743
AMORICI FARM WINERY 637 Colonel Burch Rd, Valley Falls, NY 12185. 518-469-0680. Friday - Sunday 11 am- 5:30 pm. Locally produced, old world style hand crafted, award winning wine. Amoricivineyard.com
FREE HORSE MANURE you haul, Johnsonville, NY. 518-753-4909 evenings FREE RABBIT CAGE portable w/ hay & food. 518-7451342 F U TO N F R A M E & M ATTRESS very good condition, FREE. 802-287-4208 GOLF CLUBS w/ caddy free. 518-745-1342
DOG OBEDIENCE CLASSES 8 weeks, $80. To begin the week of 06/24, Hoosick Falls. 518-496-0505
EXCERCISE BIKE Proform 400 w/advanced console, adjustable seat, ten trainer and four calorie goal workouts, like new, $200. 802394-7843
HARD ROCK MAPLE TABLE 5’long includes 2 leaves, with 6 chairs, excellent shape, asking $200. 518-692-8489
F R E E B E AG L E S t h r e e years old, two females, one male. Also two females, age seven. 802-468-5484
HUSKY 22 TON log splitter, used 2 hours, $850. 802265-4213 leave number
HOOSIER Large cupboard with frosted glass, $999. 518-499-1098
FREE CALICO KITTENS ready to go to new homes, 4 grey, 1 black. 518-642-4605
C A S T L E TO N 2 3 C a r t e r Lane, Rain or shine, Sat 06/ 22, 8am-4pm, Sun 06/23, 9am-2pm. Housewares, linens, electronics, furniture, lawn & tools, vintage & estate pieces. Too much to list individually. Great sale with amazing deals, nothing is going back into my house, so bring your cash and come buy our stuff!
HORSE BOARDING New barn, indoor & outdoor arenas. Many extras, a must see! 802-353-2263
REAR TINE ROTOTILLER $380/obo. 518-368-3685
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DOG FENCE 7’ 6” X 6’. 4’ high, heavy steel frame & wire mesh, good condition, Free. 802-265-3664
FREE COMPUTER DESK tower platform w/ rollers below. Also good for workshop. Black, natural, pick-up only. 518-642-2416
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BUNK BED metal frame w/ twin mattress, boxboard. FREE. 518-745-1342
A I R C O N D I T I O N Fr e e standing, like new, 10,000 BTUs, $300 firm. 518-6929122
KNOTTY PINE PANELING TG & V, 6 & 8” wide, 3-12ft long. Home Depot’s price,. $0.89 linear ft, our price, $0.50 linear ft. 518-677-2450
TWO NEW WOMENS windbreakers, size XL, lilac & lime, $30 OBO. 518-6421529
ALL HARDWOOD TRIAXLE load log length. Local Delivery, $750. Alexander Logging 518-499-0356 or 518232-0296
DOG HOUSE Petmate for small dog, very good condition, free. 802-265-3664
Neil and Naomi are eager to adopt. Joyfully married, creative, active, loving couple. Please call 1-800982-3678 or www.coupleseeks adoption.com. Expenses paid.
D I VO R C E $ 3 5 0 * C ove r s child support, custody, and visitation, property, debts, name change... Only one Signature Required! *Excludes govt. fees! 1-800522-6000 Extn. 800, BAYLOR & ASSOCIATES
ALL CUT SPLIT & DELIVERED Hardwood firewood. Green wood now available, any length. 518-642-1558 or 802-855-3974
3 ELECTRONIC SWEDA cash registers w/24 departments, original cost $5000. All 3 $600. 518-638-9000
BEAR GAME OVER, hunting bow, adjustable draw, 5070lbs. Wisker bisket rest, arrows, releases, hard case, target, 3 pin sight and more. Brand new condition. Over $700 invested, asking $550. 802-265-8026
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SEASONED CUT Split and Delivered firewood $200/ cord. Log Length firewood price on delivery area. Cash paid for standing timber, wood lots wanted. 802-2732527
WO O D H I G H C H A I R by Childcraft. Very good condition, $40. 802-375-9008
TORO WALK PACE mower, electric start self-propelled, 20” cut, $95. 518-638-8945 TOYOTA 2004 TUNDRA exh a u s t c u t b a ck , ve r y few miles, extended cab, V8, $99. 802-468-3117
NO GRANVILLE Licensed day care now has openings. PT/FT. Day or evening. Call Maureen 518-642-1064
WOOD CRIB by Childcraft, Circa 1985, $35. 802-3759008
SWIMMING POOL VACUUM w/ hose, telescopic pole & skimmer head. Excellent condition, $20. 518-695-4352
TELESCOPE PATIO SERVING cart w/ cooler. White w/ tempered glass trays, $90. 802-265-8641
FREE CAREER TRAINING JOB CORPS is accepting applications for new enrollment. Call for an orientation near you. 1-800-733-JOBS
WINSTON GLASS TABLE & chairs, $99. 518-307-7530
SUITCASE 26x18x8” on wheels, w/ 3 matching totes, excellent condition, $10. 518-692-8519
TASCO SPOTTING SCOPE 20-60 x new in box, $45. 518-642-3727
HUNTING CLUB HAS OPENINGS Town of Dresden, great hunting and fishing. For info 518-668-2849
L A R G E OA K D I N I N G ROOM table w/ leaf. 8 chairs, 6 years old, ver y nice!, $500. 802-342-7726 PET SAFE WIRELESS Containment system, 3/4 acre, new, $380/obo. 518368-3685
S C OT T I S H H I G H L A N D Bag pipes, new, $1200/obo. 518-368-3685
AVIATION MAINTENANCE TRAINING Financial Aid if qualified. Job Placement Assistance. Call National Aviation Academy Today! FAA Approved. CLASSES STARTING SOON! 1-800292-3228 or NAA.ed
ESTATE SALE at Bulldog Antiques, 88 Main St, Whitehall. Moving! E S TAT E S A L E I N C A M BRIDGE, NY - 804 Chestnut Hill Road. June 21 & 22 from 8:30-2. Antique and contemporary furniture, collectables, decorative. Specialized hand and power tools. Outdoor tools. Excellent condition. Directions: at Rt. 22 light, drive east cross Rt. 313 to County Rt. 67 (Ashgrove Rd.), 2.2 miles to Chestnut Hill Road,take right & drive 1.1 miles to 804 Chestnut Hill Road. MARTED ASSOCIATES
GRANVILLE (Hebron) 177 Benn Road. Friday thru Sunday. June 21-23 and 28-30 8am-4pm. Something for everyone. 518-232-7172
CRAGIN’S GUN SHOP BUY * SELL * TRADE 105 State St, Rutland, VT 802-773-9781 WORK 802-558-2300 CELL
2004 CUB CADET with bagger, 16HP, $795. 518-6423776 ANTIQUE FORD 120 lawn & garden tractor with belly mower & snow blower. Motor rebuilt, runs like a dream, $800 firm. 802-265-8669 CRAFTSMAN 48 INCH lawn sweeper, used once, $200. 802-265-4213 leave number. SABRE BY JOHN DEERE 16HP, $550. 518-642-3776 TROY BUILT HORSE ROTOTILLER new engine, new tires, approximately 20 yrs old, $275. 815-210-3909 TWO LAWN TRACTORS Wizard 16HP, $280. Turf, 42” deck, $250. 518-6423776
CHICKS Pullets $2.50 each, straight runs, $2.00. Can deliver. 518-642-3776
DELI-CASHIER weekends & evenings until 8 essential. Family country store, Fair Haven area. Apply goodhelpwanted@ gmail.com FARM WORK 20-30 HRS/ wk to start could be more, good pay. Call 802-884-8141 ASAP. MASON WITH BRICK, BLOCK & STONE EXPERIENCE Clean drivers license, working in the Lakes Region area. Call DS Masonry 802-287-5139 to apply.
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NOW HIRING Companies desperately need employees to assemble products at home. No selling, any hours. $500 weekly potential. Info 1-985-646-1700. Dept. ME5204. P/T COOK has potential for F/T for right candidate. Apply in person @ The Burger Den, Cambridge, NY.
POSITIVE ENERGY is s e e k i n g a n ex p e r i e n c e d heavy excavation equipment operator. Class A CDL desirable but not req. Also an exper ienced car penter (buildings & form work). Pay commensurate with experience. Call Joe at 518-9550402 SENIOR CITIZEN NEEDS P/T help using Windows for bookkeeping purposes. Also light cleaning & needs to have own transportation. Rte 7 Brunswick. 518-663-0041
Physical Therapist Full-time
RAVNAH, a Home Care Elite home health agency is looking for a full-time physical therapist to join our team of home care professionals. Home care allows the physical therapist to practice their craft in an environment that positively impacts patients in the place they need help the most - their homes. As a physical therapist at RAVNAH you will enjoy flexibility of schedule and while practicing one-on-one care with patients. RAVNAH has a commitment to promoting a positive work life balance for its employees. The ideal candidate will possess strong critical thinking skills and be licensed or able to be licensed in the State of Vermont.
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FULL & PART TIME EVENINGS
28 Perry Lane, PO Box 160 Cambridge, New York 12816 www.cvmusa.com e-mail: email@example.com Cambridge Valley Machining, Inc. is actively looking for qualified people to join our team. We have the following positions currently open:
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10421 State Route 40 Granville, NY 12832
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518-345-4160 Ext 15236 Or submit your resume to EOE
CNC MACHINE OPERATORS (2nd & 3rd shift) Loads and unloads work pieces from production machinery. Utilizes power tools and hand tools to perform preparation or finishing work, utilizes gages and measuring devices to check product quality. Updates documentation for quality checks. Requirements: Qualified candidates will have experience in an industrial production environment. Experience operating CNC machining centers or lathes is desired but not required. Duties: job related quality control, including: reading shop prints and using calipers, micrometers, and various measurement gauging. Other duties: material handling and lifting of up to 50 lbs. Applicants must have a H.S. diploma or GED equivalent.
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SALEM/HEBRON 2Bdrm, up, $675 mo. +util. Private upper deck, garage, yard privileges. 516-946-5767
REAL ESTATE CASTLETON, VT 10 acre h o m e s i t e s . A d i r o n d a ck views. $75,000 & up. Terms. Owner: 802-349-0183 SOUTHERN MAINE LAKEFRONT BARGAIN only $244,900. Charming cottage with garage. Mint condition! 2bed/2bath/deck/dock. Donna Wood, Realty of Maine direct: 201-883-2952, office 207-942-6310
2 0 0 6 T I TA N W I T H f r o n t porch, 2 bdr m, many upgrades, including skirting. 3 sets of steps, oil tank, $ 2 0 , 0 0 0 O B O. M u s t b e moved (Cambridge Area). 518-677-3676 SHASTA TRAVEL TRAILER (2) axel, great camp/storage, 32X12’ office trailer, $800 OBO. Whitehall, NY. 802-558-1797.
RENTALS CEDARS SENIOR LVNG COMM IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS 2bdrm apts, 2 ppl pref, starting at $700/mo incl util. Tours evry Weds@ 12:30. 518832-1701 GRANVILLE 1bdrm upstairs, heat/hot water incl., W/D hook-up, $575. No pets. First, last, security & references. 518-642-3454 GRANVILLE VILLAGE Upstairs 4bdrm, W/D hook-up, $750 +util. First, last, sec & ref. No pets. 518-642-3454 GRANVILLE COUNTRY 1 & 2bdrm, $575-$600 +util. W/D hook-up, first, last, sec & ref. Will consider pets. 518-6423454 GRANVILLE 1bdrm, suitable for 1, heat included. No smoking. No pets. $525/mth +security. 518-260-2596 GRANVILLE 2bdrm apt on 1st floor. Heat & hot water included. No pets. 518-6421468 HUBBARDTON cozy country studio apt., sm upstairs, elec, snow removal, nonsmoker. Pets possible, $425/ mth 1st & sec, ref. 802-2732499
SCHUYLERVILLE Suitable for 1-2 adults only, 1bdrm upstairs, $500/mth +util. Lease, ref, sec. dep. 518-695-4721 WHITEHALL 2bdrm ground floor, $675/mo. incl heat & h o t wa t e r, wa s h e r / d r ye r hkup. OR 1bdrm w/ heat, hot water & elec, $425/mo. No pets, 1st mo +sec & ref. 206222-5925
GREENWICH 2200 sq ft ranch, 3bdrm, walking distance to stores. Greenwich schools. 518-538-4611. L A K E L AU D E R DA L E 1bdr m, newly renovated, lake view, $700/mth or rent to own $900/mth. 1/2 rent applied to purchase price. 802-867-0375
CAMBRIDGE Professional Office Space, 1000 sq ft, 9 rooms incl 2 bathrooms. $800/mo. 518-321-0630
EXIT ONE SELF-STORAGE Heated Units Also Available Route 4-A Fair Haven, VT 802-265-3330
C O S S AY U N A L A K E F R O N T C O T TA G E S 2 3bdrm, $445-$495 per week. Pool, boats, screened porches. 518-692-7978
DENNISPORT, CAPE COD Directly across from beach. Great 4-bedroom, 2-bath h o m e . Fa n t a s t i c v i e w s ! Available weeks: 6/15; 6/22 ($2,350/wk.) 7/6; 7/13; 7/20; 8/17 ($2,995/wk.) 413-5968196 WA R M W E AT H E R I S YEAR ROUND In Ar uba. The water is safe, and the dining is fantastic. Walk out to the beach. 3-Bedroom weeks available. Sleeps 8. $ 3 5 0 0 . E m a i l : email@example.com for more information.
STAN’S APPLIANCE REPAIR. Refrigeration: Residential & Commercial Reconditioned Appliances & Parts 518-499-0019
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Mowing & Brush Cutting of Ponds, Steep Hills Embankments & Roadsides We also have multiple versatile brush-hogging & brush-cutting equipment for all your needs.
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Large selection of model homes on display including Singlewide, Doublewide and Modular Homes. Bring in your plans or let us design your new home!
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04 CHEVY MALIBU LS silver, 133K, one owner, 3.5 liter engine, maintenance records, $4800. 518-3659789 1998 SUBARU IMPREZA Outback Sport AWD, Gr, 4dr Auto. Loaded on Rd, 178k, $800 OBO. 518-282-9972 1998 VOLVO V70 XC. No rust. Starts. 155k miles. In need of engine TLC. $699/ or make an offer. 518.683.3091 2000 HONDA CRV many new par ts, runs good inspected, 280K, $2,300. 802293-5210 2000 SAAB 9-3 Convertible, Good cond, new engine, new turbo, new ball joints, $4000. 518-955-8878 2001 BLACK DODGE Dakota, 100,000 miles, good condition, $3500/obo. 518854-3841 or 518-791-8788 2 0 0 1 T OYO TA C A M R Y 206,000 miles, runs great, $2300. 802-683-4057 2002 FORD TAURUS SES V-6 cyl, 24V DOHC, 43k miles, clean, excellent condition,$5,297. 518-642-3754 2003 BUICK PARK AVENUE 103,500 miles, loaded runs perfect. Good body & interior, $3,500. 802-2654526 2 0 0 5 J AG UA R X - T Y P E 2.5L, V-6 engine, 5 speed manual transmission, AWD. Black exterior, champagne interior, 72,600 miles, pristine, $11,000. 518-695-3310 2005 PTCruiser Touring, sunroof, 5spd, many upgrades, minor rust, daily drive r, p a s s e d i n s p e c t i o n , $2990. 802-345-7312 2008 AUDI Q4 previous purchased maintenance package transferred with car. 43K, still under warranty, fully loaded, sunroof, $16,500/ obo. 802-235-2765 NICE CONDITION! 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo, A/T, V-6, 120K, Clean! $4900/OBO 518-499-1538
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14’ ALUMINUM 20HP 2 stroke w/ trailer, lots of new par ts. Excellent shape, $2000 OBO. 518-632-5306 BOAT MOTOR TRAILER 40HP, runs good, $1200. 802-293-5210 GRUMMAN 15’ split seat, w/ shorelander trailer, 8HP Nissan, $1800. 802-273-2053 PRINCECRAFT 12FT ROW BOAT comes with a Z trailer, 5HP Johnson motor & fuel tank, $750. 802-537-2332
06 MONTANA 5TH WHEEL 29’, 2 slide outs, non-smoking, excellent condition. 802442-4505 or eve 802-4424717 1996 JAYCO MODEL 1207 Pop-up, Heat, two way refrigerator, king/queen beds, $2200. 518-642-2848 1999 DUTCH CAMPER 24’, $3500/obo. 518-854-3872 US ARMY 1/4 TON trailer, completely reconditioned, $1200. 802-287-5743
1985 RAM CHARGER 4X4 little surface rust, orig engine, brand new tires & rims, Runs great. $5500. 518-7474565 1 9 8 8 B U I C K R E AT TA Looks & r uns great, new tires, brakes, & tuneup, never run in the winter, asking $2490/obo. 802-273-2647 US ARMY 1/4 TON trailer, completely reconditioned, can be sold w/ jeep or separately, $1,200. 802-2875743
1 4 6 6 I N T E R N AT I O N A L Good condition, fresh engine, new 20.8 X 38 rubber, $12,500. 802-345-5617
07 TOYOTA TUNDRA 4.7 SR5, 75k. Double cab, always oil undercoated, solid, $17,900. 802-468-5805 1994 CHEVY 2500 Silverado 4X4. Recent front brakes, good rubber, tow pkg, inspected. Equipped w/ 8’ Fisher plow & Leer cap, $3000. 518-642-2031
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1997 FORD F150 4X4 Lariat, bedliner, tonneau cover, ext cab. 140K miles. Nice cond, maroon, $3995. 802-3252615
1984 HONDA GOLDWING Aspeneade runs perfect, no mechanical issues, looks good, $2,500 firm. 802-2654526
1997 FORD F150 4X4 Lariat, bedliner, tonneau cover, ext cab. 140K miles. Nice cond, maroon, $3995. 802-3252615
1990 HD FXRS 1300cc, new tires, $6000. 802-325-3127
2001 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 2500HD, tow package, Minute-mount plow, V8, 6.0L, blue, 123K, $5800. 518-812-4103 2 0 0 1 C H E V Y T R AC K E R 4 d r, 5 s p d , 4 c y l , 1 2 7 K , 28MPG, tow alloys, inspected, $2495. 518-686-7076
05 HARLEY SPORTSTER 883 low, 15,900, mint, new tires, battery, heated grips, extras, $5500. 802-265-3175 08 SUZUKI C50 Boulevard, 805cc, 6800 miles, Black/ gray, windshield, saddle bags, very good condition, $4400. Manchester. 802366-8188
1994 HONDA SE 1500 Excellent shape, asking price $6500. 518-692-8489 1998 HARLEY DAVIDSON HERITAGE softail classic. Quick release saddle bags, plenty of chrome. $12,500 OBO. 336-200-2459 2003 MOTOGUZZI CALIFORNIA EV 1100 with Voyager trike conversion kit, many extras, $7900. 802265-3403 2006 HARLEY DAVIDSON Ultra Classic, $12,000. 802770-2292
SHORELINE BOAT TRAILER tandem whls, hyd brakes, easy loader w/ 4 new tires w/ spare for 21’ boat. $1200. 802-468-5136
T E R RY Q UA N T U M 5 T H WHEEL 40’, 4 slide outs, fireplace, roomy kitchen, king size bed, much more, $38,000. 518-638-6862
1987 DODGE RAM 1 ton truck, great condition, standard 4spd floor shift, big V8 engine w/63,000 original miles. Just need room. $5000. OBO 518-638-9000
2005 KAWASAKI BAYOU A d u l t r i d d e n , l ow m i l e s, $1500. 518-260-7196 ATV-250CC 5 speed, yellow. Like new- Demo. 30 miles, not a scratch, $1700. 802438-2910
SNAP ON TOOL BOX excellent condition, stainless steel top, 19 drawers. 43” tall, 29” wide, 30” deep, asking $2500. 802-235-2404 or 802-287-1501
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