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Poultney Food Shelf hosting open shelf The Poultney Food Shelf will hold an open shelf at the Stonebridge Inn, for the eligible residents of Poultney, Middletown Springs and Hampton, NY on Saturday, Dec. 15, from 9 a.m. until noon.

FreePress publishing Poultney guidebook The Lakes Region FreePress will publish the official 2013 Poultney Community Guide the week of Jan. 21. Businesses looking to be included should call the FreePress today at 800354-4232.

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Chamber honoring Roberts this Sunday The Poultney Chamber of Commerce will honor its Citizen of the Year during a public ceremony on Sunday evening. See story on page 8.

Things are looking bright in Castleton this holiday season. As a way to show appreciation for support from the community, the Castleton Lions Club has been in the process of passing out miniature white lights to area businesses to promote decoration of the town. “It does not matter what your beliefs are, the white lights during the holiday season are a reminder that we still need a time to gather together and promote peace among our neighbors, family, friends and associates,” Lions Club members said in a release. Organizers got the idea to start this new tradition locally from the centuries-old practice of putting candles in windows as a source of light in dark months. At the beginning of the 1900s and following the World Wars, this ritual expanded to include tree-lightings in city parks and extra light decora-

Holiday events abound in region To borrow a few words from Johnny Mathis, “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, everywhere you go.” Although Christmas is still more

than a week away, the Lakes Region, and Poultney in particular, will abound with holiday-inspired events this weekend. Caroling, film screenings and even an early morning meal


Briefs MWA hosting annual Christmas party The Wells Modern Woodman of America is hosting its annual MWA Christmas party on Friday, Dec. 14. The evening will be filled with fun, music and great refreshments. Children are invited to have their picture taken with Santa and receive a gift from Santa’s helpers. The party is for any child 12 and under who is a member or whose parents are members of the Wells MWA Camp #10244 and any child 12 and under who lives in Wells.

are invited on Sunday, Dec. 16 from 1:30 to 3 p.m. to a holiday musical event featuring singing, dancing, instrumental music, crafts and refreshments at the Tiny Theatre in Poultney, Vt. Enrollment in this one-day class includes a magical Christmas lantern and e-music card. Contact Heidi to enroll at musicwithheidi@gmail.com or (802) 884-8040. For more information visit www.musicwithheidi.blogspot.com.

GMC has openings in mentoring program Green Mountain College announces that there are currently openings in the Dream Mentoring Program. Enrollment is available to students in grades one through six. The program meets on Wednesdays from after school until 5 p.m. at Green Mountain College. Students take the bus to GMC where they are met by their mentor. Interested families should contact the Poultney Elementary School main office for an application.

Castleton hosting centerpiece workshop

Poultney Tree of Giving ready If you’ve seen the Santa outside Northland Real Estate in Poultney you know that the popular Woman’s Club Tree of Giving is up and waiting for you to fill the shelves to make a happy Christmas for local children. Women’s Club members urge you to come in and take an ornament off the tree. The paper snowmen carry a child’s name, clothing sizes and interests. Gifts must be at Northland by Dec. 20. If you prefer, you may stop by with a check.

Packages must come back wrapped and tagged with family number and child’s name. Retired Senior Volunteers provides many toys and dolls, and Poultney churches and organizations donate generously to brighten the lives of our local citizens. We also give remembrances to shut-in seniors to brighten this Christmas season for them. For more information, contact Ida Mae Johnson at 802-287-9744.

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Learn how to make a holiday center piece on Friday, Dec. 21 from 1 to 2:30 p.m., when Lisa Thayer will be at the Castleton Community Center to lead a workshop on making this decorative item. The center pieces will be made of wood, pine branches, candles and holiday decorations. Join us in making a special holiday centerpiece to decorate your home or to take to family and friends for Christmas dinner. Register by calling the Castleton Community Center at 468-3093 by Wednesday, Dec. 19. Fee is $2.00, with materials included.

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Club hosting shoe drive The Castleton State College Hackysack Club, in conjunction with the college’s mentoring program, is extending its shoe drive to the Castleton Elementary School. Every pair of shoes collected will benefit a child in-need overseas. If you or your family members have any old shoes lying around, or plan to get a new pair for the holidays, we will gladly take the old ones off your hands and send them to grateful recipients. The shoe drive will be held from Christmas to Valentine’s Day. Any shoes brought in will be collected and stored for an upcoming Castleton State College Mentoring Program Valentine’s Day event with the students. Shoes can be donated during school hours at CES or to the Coffee Cottage on campus. There will be designated shoeboxes at both locations. Any shape, size, or style of

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Poultney library has event filled holidays The Poultney Public Library will show a Holiday Movie on Friday, Dec. 14 at 7 p.m. As always, movie admission and refreshments are free. Due to restrictions on the licensing agreement, movie titles cannot be advertised outside of the library, so call the library at 802287-5556 for the title. Holiday Story Time is designed for the skill and interest level of toddlers and preschoolers, but children of all ages are welcome to attend on Fridays at 11 a.m. through Dec. 21. This is a free program. The library will be offering ornaments this year as a thank you for a donation of $3 or more. Please stop by the library to view these precious collectibles, which adorn our Christmas tree. All donations will go towards enhancements for our

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The Poultney Public Library Book and a Movie Discussion Group is reading “In God We Trust, All Others Pay Cash” by Jean Shepherd, the book that the film “A Christmas Story” is based on. Stop by the library to pick up a copy of the book, and then join us at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 15 for discussion and refreshments. This is an informal group; all that is needed is a love of reading and an interest in sharing thoughts and ideas with others. On Friday, Jan. 11 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., the library will pres-

ent a Paranormal Talk with internationally acclaimed psychic medium William Constantine. When it comes to the Paranormal, William Constantine is considered a leading expert. He has written for many publications regarding the Paranormal. Now, in an exclusive lecture series, William will be discussing various topics of the paranormal, answering your questions, talking about your experiences, etc. Seating is limited. Due to the popularity of the events with William we are asking that you call the library to make reservations. For more info on William Constantine visit, http://www. psychicwilliamconstantine. com/ Any other questions please call 802-287-5556 or view our website at poultneypubliclibrary.com

Enjoy holiday fun at the Wells library Holiday programs for the Little Listeners at the Wells Village Library will continue at 10:30 a.m. on Dec. 20th with stories and music about Santa, gingerbread, and holiday trees. Holiday decorations and ornaments will be made by the preschoolers to take home. On Dec. 27, at 10:30 a.m., children of all ages are invited to take part in a Starry Starry Night Program. The children will hear stories about Vincent Van Gogh and will use paint and other craft materials to create their own Starry Starry Night picture to take home. Please call the librarian

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at 645-0611 to let her know you would like to attend. A snack will be served! All over our country, folks from large cities like Philadelphia and New York to small villages like Wells and S h a f t s b u r y, Vermont, have been gathering to celebrate peace during tree lighting ceremonies. The very first National Christmas Tree Lighting occurred in December 1923 on the Ellipse of the White House, when the only President from Vermont, President Calvin Coolidge, presided over the lighting of a 48-foot Balsam Fir while a local choir and a Marine Band entertained the crowds with music. This beautiful tree grown in our state of Vermont was donated by the President of Middlebury College. The Electric League of Washington donated 2,500 electric bulbs in red, white and green. The National Park Service took over this holiday ceremony from 19241933 and renamed it The National Community Christmas Tree Ceremony and changed the loca-

tion to Sherman Park, southeast of the White House. The location was changed to Lafayette Park, north of the White House from 1934 to 1938. In 1939 and 1940, the move was made back to just south of the Ellipse while the Marine Band continued to play and choirs sang holiday music. The tree was placed on the south lawn of the White House from 1941 to 1954 and was finally placed back on the Ellipse where the ceremony remains. A few weeks after Pearl Harbor was attacked, both President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Winston Churchill led the ceremony on Dec. 24, 1941 and addressed the crowd. The Holiday Tree Lighting, now known as the Christmas Pageant of Peace, is held a few weeks before Christmas. Whether in time of peace or war this holiday tradition has continued carrying the same message of Peace! Library Trivia: Circulation of Vermont libraries has increased 11 percent but circulation of our state’s smallest libraries has increased 50 percent!

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Mettawee School will be “rockin” Tuesday The classic Grimm fairy tale Snow White gets a modern update this week by Mettawee Community School students, who will present “The Rockin’ Tale of Snow White” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 18 at the school. A dress rehearsal will be held at 12:30 p.m. the same day. Both performances are free and open to the public. The play encompasses a variety of music genres, sure to make it a fun-filled evening for one and all. The book is by Barbara Lennon and music by Bill Francoeur, with lyrics by both Lennon and Francoeur.

Mettawee Community School Principal Brooke DeBonis said, “I would love to see the community come to see this vivacious event. This is an all-school play where students in preschool through sixth grade will have an opportunity to participate in this exciting play.” Under the direction of Mettawee parents Susan KnappWilson and Ellen Russell, and musical direction by music teacher Lisa Hoyt, “The Rockin’ Tale of Snow White” has also been brought to life by the many talents of the following: Mettawee art teacher Amy

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Poultney chamber to honor Roberts Sunday The Poultney Chamber of Commerce will honor its Citizen of the Year during a public ceremony on Sunday evening. Jeff Roberts, this year’s citizen of the year, will officially receive the distinction during a ceremony at the Poultney American Legion at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 15. A well known and gregarious member of the community, Roberts was chosen to receive the award based on his role in the apprehension of Jill Ludwig and John Maynard, who robbed

Citizen’s Bank in Poultney on Nov. 2 of last year and are linked to four other bank robberies that occurred last fall. Roberts provided police with the license plate number of the would-be “Bonnie and Clyde,” and they were apprehended in Castleton less than an hour later. Roberts, who grew up in Poultney, has owned and operated People’s Choice Barbershop on Maple Street since 1975. Sunday’s ceremony is open to the public and refreshments will be made available.

Bank robber gets three years Jill Ludwig, one of two robbers who hit a string of banks across the Vermont and New York border last fall, was sentenced on Dec. 7 to just over 3 years in prison. After robbing five banks between September and November of last year, Ludwig was arrested along with fellow Castleton resident John Maynard. The two started their suspected spree at the Merchant’s Bank in Rutland and then Lake Sunapee Bank in West Rutland. The following month, they

allegedly hit the Main Street branch of TD Bank in Granville twice in the same week. It was hours after their suspected fifth and final robbery of the Citizens Bank in Poultney that the pair was caught. Ludwig pleaded guilty to count four, in U.S. Vermont District Court in Rutland, while the other counts against her were dismissed, officials said. After serving her 37 months, Ludwig will have three years of supervised release. She is also required to pay $21,852.20 in restitution.

Lights tions surrounding the holidays. “During this season, may the white lights brightening our town be a reminder that we, like the people did in New York in 1912, can put our differences aside and come together to celebrate this joyous time of year,” organizers said. Aleda Dutton, of the Lions Club, said the Castleton fire department auxiliary did the same project more than 25 years

ago. “It just looked beautiful in the town and that’s what we’re hoping to do,” she said, adding that this year should hopefully be very successful as well. Today over 150 million light sets are sold annually in America, according to the release. The Lions club, which has so far handed out lights to about 40 businesses, encourages home owners to participate in this event and make “Castleton shine through these troubled times.” They also expect many businesses to display additional decorations to the white lights.

Dutton said the club might try to spread out with a contest or other initiatives in the future. “We got a late start, but if all goes well we would hope to expand next year,” Dutton said. She added that several student from Castleton State College offered to help the businesses put up their new lights, and that she has had to return twice to the store to buy more after running out. Lions Club members will deliver lights to any businesses that were missed on Saturday. Call Aleda Dutton at 468-3110, Butch Casey at 468-3073 or Stan Patch at 468-5001.

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same gentleman. One more thing about Frank. I am going to miss him to beat the band because — A. there are fewer and fewer of those old boys coming in the store and B. he was just one heck of a nice guy. God bless you, Frank Breznick.

The small town of Benson came together to pay tribute to a war hero. Extra chairs were brought in as the church overflowed its capacity. The young man who had won medals of combat in both Iraq and Afghanistan had suffered an untimely death in Florida while riding his motorcycle. His cycle was hit by a car that ran a red

light. Glenn was a very proud member of a close knit group of the U.S. Army “Special Forces.” As a show of brotherhood and unity, 30 members of the unit he served with attended his service. God bless you Glenn and thank you for your service to our country.

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The school announces that the Vermont Symphony Orchestra will perform “Harp & Soul” for the students of BVS and OVS at 1:30 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 17. There will be a BVS School Board Budget Meeting held on at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 19. If you have not yet ordered your community calendar, the BVS Office has extras for sale at a cost of $5.00 each.


Events with Santa are just a few of the offerings this weekend. The holiday festivities kick off on Friday evening with a pair of events in Poultney and Castleton. The Poultney Public Library will screen a holiday movie (the title is a surprise) at 7 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 14. Admission is free and everyone is invited to attend. For younger children who may not be able to stay up late enough for the conclusion of the movie, the library is offering a holiday story time at 11 a.m. on Friday. Several miles north, the Castleton Federated Church will come alive with the sounds of the season as the venerable church hosts a Christmas concert and caroling event at 7 p.m. Refreshments will be served and the event is free and open to the public. The following morning, children, their parents, grandparents and community members alike are invited to attend Breakfast with Santa, hosted by the Poultney Woman’s Club from 8 to 11 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the United Methodist Church. “We’ve been doing this event a long, long time, 20 years, maybe longer,” said Beverly

Drake, treasurer of the woman’s club. “The event has become very popular and we have a lot of older people who come down to see the kids.” Attendees will be able to enjoy a hearty breakfast as kids talk and pose for pictures with Kris Kringle. The cost to eat is only $1.25 and photos with Santa Claus cost an additional $1.25. Children will again be the center of attention on Sunday afternoon as the Tiny Theatre in Poultney hosts a Jingle Bell Jam from1:30 to 3 p.m. The event will feature singing, dancing, musical instrument playing, crafts and refreshments. Children will also receive a “magical” Christmas lantern and E-music card. For more information, call Heidi at 884-8040. The remainder of the afternoon will be dominated by caroling and concerts. The Welsh Presbyterian Church will host a Carol Sing and Tea at 2 p.m. This non-denominational event, co-hosted by the Poultney Area St. David’s Society, will feature Christmas hymns and organ accompaniment by Mary Ellen Millet and Ann Bryan and vocals sung by Sally Giambatista. The concert is free, although organizers will be accepting donations to help finance the installation of a handicap ele-

vator at the church. A little more than 24 hours after its Breakfast with Santa, the Poultney Woman’s Club will be back at it with its annual Christmas Concert, performed by the Poultney-Granville Town Band at 3 p.m. at St. Raphael’s Church Hall. “The concert will feature all holiday music and some caroling, which is nice,” said Drake. The audience will even be invited to sing along with the band. Admission is free but donations will be accepted. Across the border, the Granville Area Chorus will present “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” at 3 p.m. at the South Granville Congregational Church. Under the direction of Crystal Everdyke, the performance will feature traditional carols, spirituals and contemporary songs of the season, and even a little audience participation. For those who prefer their music with a little conversation, the Castleton Historical Society will host “Carols, Sweets and Conversation” at 3 p.m. at the Higley House on Main Street in Castleton. Pianist Linda Splatt will provide the background music, attendees will provide the vocals. Admission is free and refreshments will be available.

Castleton Community Center Menus for week of Dec. 17 Monday, Dec. 17: Shepard’s pie with corn and mashed potatoes, coleslaw with carrots and pineapple, green peppers, wheat bread and apple cake cupcakes. Tuesday, Dec. 18: Pork stew with diced rutabagas and vegetables, broccoli salad, cornbread, and chewy nut bar. Wednesday, Dec. 19: Christmas/Birthday Lunch, with stuffed chicken breast with apple and cranberry stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, baby whole carrots, cranberry sauce, dinner roll and birthday cake.

Poultney High School classes host successful basket raffle Thank You!!! PHS classes of 2013 and 2016 would like to thank parents, friends, and area merchants for their generous donations that helped support the Basket Raffle Fundraiser held on Dec. 1, 2012. It was a great success and could not have been done without the help of all of you. Again, thank you so much! Sponsors included: TAPS Tavern, Fair Haven Inn, Everyday Flowers, Shaw’s Supermarket, Trolley Stop, Priscilla‘s Sweet Shop, Porch of Locks Salon, Discount Food of Poultney, TOT’s Diner, Riverside Motors, York Street Auto, Slate Valley Market, Depot Street Video, People’s Choice, Poultney Auto Supply, Stitchy Women, Hermit Hill Books, R & D Automotive, Stewart’s Shop, Original Vermont Store, Mart’s Sporting Goods, Perry’s Eatery, Rescue Squad Thrift Shop, Dan’s Small Engine Repair, Price Chopper, Williams Hardware, and Blu-Bin Inc.

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Veteran basketball team optimistic about season The Fair Haven girls basketball team is optimistic this season will be a successful one. And why not? Nine players return from last year’s team that finished the season 17-6 and lost to eventual state champion Hartford in the state semifinals in Barre. And with a handful of promising new players and a stingy defense, the team is hopeful it can take the final step toward a state title. “The expectations or goals for the season are to improve as the year goes on,” said fifth year head coach Kyle Wilson. “If we can gel as a unit, I believe we will have a terrific season.” Although the team lost two of its leaders—Cheyenne Sheldon and Kala MacKenzie—to graduation, a host of players are ready to fill the void. Jen Genier, Hunter Pedro and Bethany Lanfear are key players entering their third year on the team.

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varsity cheerleading for five years, will be assisted by Megan Franzoni, twoyear junior varsity coach. As far as a philosophy for this season, Williams cited perfection before progression as the overall plan, as it is every year. Cheerleading fans will not be bored by what the team has in store in upcoming months. “We are very excited to show our new inverted stunts that just became legal this year,” Williams said. She plans on honing the team’s base

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Poultney basketball team focusing on Defense will be the key element for the Poultney boys varsity basketball team this winter. “Defense is the heart and soul of our season this year,” said Alphonso Howlett, who is in his second year as varsity head coach. He’s down five crucial players from last year, including Chris Shepardson, Chris Loomis, Justin Mackey, Shawn Kerber and Tyler Rice. Howlett said the school’s staff is expecting big things from all the players on this year’s team. “I just want these young men to buy into what we are doing and to be ready to go into a ‘dog fight’ every game, because no one is going to let us get an easy shot this year,” Howlett said. He names a number of top returning players, who will show the rest of the team how to accomplish these goals. “Sean Shepardson, junior captain and floor leader, has taken on more of leadership role trying to keep our guys together,” Howlett said, continuing with other players. He describes Sam White, sophomore captain, as a strong physical player who can finish well around the rim with both hands. James Olsen, senior captain, leads by example on and off the court,

his coach said. Howlett also named Kevin Lilly and Dan Warnecke as two key players to the team. He said the team is also looking to push in transition and get out and run the floor. Defense has always been Howlett’s philosophy, and he referenced a quote from Coach Larry Brown that he finds relevant this year. “I feel all great teams have two things in common; defense and rebounding. So we stress defense and rebounding everyday as the most important aspects in the game to win,” Brown said. Howlett said his boys play six division II schools, including Bellows Falls and Fair Haven. He also mentioned their match against division III ‘powerhouse’ Leland and Gray. As a projected starting lineup, Howlett has junior Sean Shepardson as a guard, senior James Olsen as a guard, senior Kevin Lilly as a guard, sophomore Sam White as a forward, senior Dan Warnecke as a forward, junior Brandon Davenport as a guard, and junior Evan Jackson as a forward. Last season the team finished 13-9 in division III and won the MVLD league last year at 10-1.

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Basketball team hoping to return to state Two years removed from finishing as the Division II runner up, the Fair Haven boys basketball team is determined to return to the state tournament. “Our goal is to get to the Barre Tournament,” said longtime head coach Bob Prenevost, who is entering his 35th year of coaching high school basketball. “We want to get better as individuals and as a team every practice.” Last year’s team finished the season 11-11 and lost several talented players to graduation, including Rob Coloutti, Levi Ellis, and Austin Amery. However, Andrew Reid, Matt Graziano, Dakota Euber, Jesse Dodge, and Alex Fontaine saw action at the varsity level a season ago and provide the team with a strong nucleus of experienced players. They will be joined by promising newcomers Cameron Hughes,

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Wrestling team focused on quality not quantity In 22 years of coaching, Fair Haven wrestling Coach Scott Shaddock has had a full team only twice and this year won’t be the third. Only seven wrestlers came out for this year’s team, but that doesn’t mean expectations are any lower. “The nice part about wrestling is it’s an individual sport,” Shaddock said. “It’s quality, not quantity. I’ve taken fifth in states with only five guys.” This year’s team certainly possesses some quality with four wrestlers who placed at last year’s state tournament. Senior Jordan Felion will wrestle at 160 pounds after finishing fourth in the state last year at 152 pounds. Ashford Goodhue, a junior, also reached the podium at the state tournament last season, finishing fifth at 132 pounds. He will wrestle at 138 pounds. Kaleb Larock, a sophomore, placed fifth at 126 pounds at the state tournament, and will be looking to build upon that success this year at 132 pounds.

The team will be buoyed by junior transfer John Hart who returns to Fair Haven after spending a year in Michigan. Hart, who will wrestle at 152 pounds this season, finished fourth at the 2011 state tournament. Stephen Marcoux (170), David LaFleche (182), and Nick Price (145) round out the roster. Shaddock admits it can be difficult to win dual meets with such a small roster, so he measures success on how each wrestler performs in his individual match up. If the seven kids do well in those matches, then he knows the team is performing well. A Long Island native, Shaddock entered the team in the PSAL Holiday Tournament in New York City this weekend and the kids will have the rare opportunity to wrestle at Madison Square Garden. The following weekend, on Dec. 22, the team hosts the Slater Duals. The event will feature eight schools and the first match will begin at 9 a.m.

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Poultney Memory Lights Project a success St. Raphael’s Ladies Guild sincerely thanks all those who helped to make the Memory Light project a success. Special thanks to Free Press, WVNR, Discount Food Store of Poultney, Marcie’s Hair Studio, TOT’s Diner, Original Vermont Store, Young at Heart Senior Center, Farmers Market Craft Fair, the ladies who sold the lights, the workers who decorated the tree, Fr. Dan Jordan and Santa. Star dedicated to Phyllis MacMurtry A Emily Adams, Joyce Ainslie (2), William Alexander, George Armstrong, Anne Arthur, Jamie Atwood, Todd Avery, Virginia Avery B Milton & Ethel Bahan, Bruce Bailey, Doris & Ed Ball, Geraldine Hansen-Balt, Francis & Anna Baltrusaitia, Madilyn Barker, Frank Bartley, Josephine Batease, Rick Battles, George & Flora Beatty, Georgia Beatty, Georgette Bebarescu, Nellie Beebe, Alison Blair, Arthur Blair, Bernice Blair, Frank Blair, Jim Blair, Joe Mike Blair,,Kay Blair, Ruth C. Blanche, Josephine Bona, Debra Bozen, Florance Braun, Dick & Gale Braymer, Marian Braymer, Catherine Brayton, Ken Brayton, Vern Brayton, Paul Breslawski, Frank Breznick, Briere Family, Ed & Roy Jr Brown, Henry Brown, Larry & Randy Brown, Lester “Tex” Brown, Robert Brown, Jr., Roy & Alta Brown, Shirley & Cretta Brown, Teddy & William Brown, Kenneth G. Brunzell C “Mrs. C”, “C.J.“, Cables Family, Robert Cameron, Edward Canavan, Herbert & Caroline Canavan, Mary Canavan, Fred B. Capman, Thelma Capman, Paul Carignan, Dan & Anna Carmody, Mary Carmody, Ann Ruby Carrara, Bob & Kathaleen Carson, Frances Carter, Lorenzo “Ace” Carter, Alan Chesnut Teresa Chesnut, Waldo & Bessie,Chesnut Antone Ciejko, Nellie Ciejko, Joh & Bea Clark, Kevin Clark, Natalie Class, Caryl-Jean Clemert, Louis Codianni, Marilyn Coloutti, Jessie Colvin, Leo Colvin, Charlotte Combs, Clay Cooper, Edith Cooper, Mickie Cooper, Corbin in Family, Buddy Crayon, Margaret Crayon, John Cuccia, Norma & Carl Cunningham, Hylma Currier D John Davenport (5), D’Avignon Family, Bonnie Davis, Bonnie Parrott Davis, DeBonis Family, Bill DeBonis (2), Bobbie DeBonis, Dan & Tess DeBonis, Mark DeBonis, Sam DeBonis, Eulah DeMatties, Joseph DeMatties, Karen Luck & Steve Demski, Roland Denton, Donald Dickie, Elsie Dickie, Margaret Dillon, Patrick Dillon, Patrick F. Dillon, Peg Dillon (2), Andrew & Ellen Donaghy, Vincent Drake, Duffy Family, M. Mary Dugan, Joan Dugandzic, Peter Dugandzic, Charles Oldfield Duke, Dumond Family, Joseph Dumond, Bea & Charlie Durrum, Cathryn Durrum Charles Durrum, Charles Durrumn, Jr., Grandma & Grandpa Durrum, Inga Dzioba, John Dziubek, E Ralph Edmunds, Fran Eggsware, John (Dude) Ellis, Luella Ellis, Jane Evans, F Joan Falsk, Harold Falska, Robert H. Falska, Sol & Estella Farber, Sally Fennell (2), William Fennell, Robert Fenton, David Fleury, Todd Fleury, Bud Foley, Vera Foley, Milton French G James Gamble, Sr. Margaret Garner, Harriet Genier, Joseph Gloss, Joseph Gloss, Jr., Mary Gloss, Roger Gonthier, T.J. Gordon, Tom Gordon, Carolyn Grant, Jaquie Greenwood, Joseph Greenwood, John Grohs, Frances Grohs, Aberaham Guterman, Charlotte Guterman, John Guterman, John & Josephine Guzdek, H Harold Hamilton, Marie Hanley, Dorothy Hannan, Edward & Dorothy Hannan, Grandma & Grandpa Hannan, P. Edward Hannan, Ann Rogers Harmon, Bette Harmon, Warren Harmon, Sr., Barbara W. Haynes, Carolyn Hayden, Dorothy T. Haynes, Harold Haynes, Harold J. Haynes, Lydia W. Haynes, Timothy R. Haynes, Mary Heath, Linda Heinz, Roger Hommel, George & Mabel Hood, Roy Horton, Dean Houghton, Eunice Howe, Chris & Hazel Huber, Bob (Jumper) Hughes, Charlene Hughes (2), David Hughes, Jr., David Hughes, Sr. (2), Joan Hughes (2), Joan S. Hughes, Lena Hughes, Lillian Hughes (2), Stanley Hughes, Jim Hunter,

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16” CHROME 6 LUG (2) Chevy rims 265/75R16, winter master, 1 like new, 1 bald, $75. 518-744-8653

50’S 60’S RECORD collection, over 200 records. Including speaking & language records, $90. 518-632-5431

6’ ALUMINUM STEP ladder, exc cond, $20. 518-692-2368

AUTO MECHANICS OLD school 4 way tire wrench, $25. 802-342-8581

CAMO COVERALLS SIZE 18 youth (reg), like new, walls brand, $50. 518-8543658

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CANON COLOR PRINTER/ copier, MP760, office size, $99. 802-287-9814

DIVING FINS w/ booties, never used, $50. 518-8547011

2 BUGGY DOORS w/ glass, $99. 802-287-9519

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COOPER WEATHER MASTER 215/55R16, snow groove studded, barely used, (2), $75. 518-744-8653

2 GOOD USED TIRES P185/65R15, snow tracker, $45. 802-273-2145 20’ ALUMINUM EX LADDER exc cond, $35. 518692-2368 275 GALLON FUEL tank, in great shape, you haul, $75. 518-686-7163 4 BUNDLES NEW 3/4” thick cedar shakes roofing, $75. 802-287-9519

727 MOPAR BIG block tranny, $99. 518-205-5025 ALUMINUM TOOL BOX for truck UWS, fits Ford Ranger, $99. 518-695-5147 A L U M I N U M TO O L B OX with key for small pick up, $50. 518-642-3776

50’S RECORD COLLECTION over 200 33 1/3 records, assortment of 45’s, $90. 518-632-5431

ANTIQUE 3/4 SIZE MAPLE bed, no springs, mattress, $75. 518-854-3990

55” TV OLDER but works great, $99. 518-507-6077

ANTIQUE ROLL TOP desk, roll top is missing, $15. 518695-5147

56” RCA TV works exc, $50. 802-287-9519 6 PANEL CLOSET slider doors. Pine, fits 4’ closet. Hardware included, $50. 518-695-5147

ARROWREST PRO MODEL whisker biscuit, like new, $25. 518-642-8103 ATV (2) TIRES 20X6X10 STI Tech4, brand new, $75. 518-642-3106

AUTUMN HAZE MINK jacket, short-med, perfect, $99. 518-584-3455 BAG O F J R s i z e g i r l s clothes, call for details, $25. 518-932-8168 BAN SAW good kids, $5. 802-287-5853 B A R B I E S N I B G R E AT fashions of the 20th century collection, take all for $99. 802-379-3813 BF GOODRICH ALL terrain, M&S 31X10.5 R15LT like new, pair $99. 802-645-9106 BOHNING BOW FISHING kit, arrow reel string like new, paid $25, asking $15. 518642-8103

CHAIN SAW 12” $30. 518854-7011 CHILDS KITCHEN SET includes; coffee maker, microwave, cups, dishes. New condition, $15. 802-287-9992 COMMERCIAL PROPANE 2 burner grill on steel frame, exc cond, $20. 518-692-2368 COMMODE HEAVY DUTY 500lbs, $80. 518-205-5025 COMPUTER DESK & OFFICE chair, excellent condition, $75. 518-642-1681

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ELECTRIC WOK very good condition, $13. 518-584-9240 EMERSON AM/FM RADIO phonograph, CD, tape, wood cabinet, like new, nice gift, $60. 518-854-3990 EXERCISE SYSTEM Weider crossbow, toning, exercise, weight loss, or muscle building, $75. 802-867-5917 FAIRLY NEW HITCH off of 2008 Jeep Liberty, fits others also, $75. 518-632-5289 FIBERGLASS CAP for small pick up, $50. 518-6423776

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FISHING POLES INNERFLOW rod, valey stick w/ line counter reel, $60. 518854-7011

KODAK DIGITAL CAMERA Easy share (pink) barely used w/ case and memory card, $50. 802-287-9814

NEVER WORN FORD Quality care winter coat, tags still on, $50. 518-854-3641

POPCORN MACHINE COMMERCIAL size, $99. 518-205-5025

SET OF UNIDEN cb w/ antennas & tester, $99. 518531-4146

LACROSSE (SCENT FREE) camo boots. Rubber, knee length, size 9 mens. Grt cond, $50. 518-854-3658

PRE LIT CHRISTMAS TREE 6ft green tree w/ white lights, great condition, in orig box, $25. 518-301-1200

SIRIUS XM VEHICLE dock radio kit. Excellent cond, box & instructions included, $50 firm. 518-932-8168

W O M E N S L E AT H E R JACKET w/ removable faux collar, exc cond, $35. 518584-9240

F O U R B OX E S C E R E A L Kelloggs, Nascar related, never opened, $50. 518-8543641

NORITAKE CHINA PLACE setting for 6, extra pieces, never used, $65. 802-2875232

T R E A D M I L L P RO F O R M 745CS, 2.5hp, 18”w, folds up, space-saver, $99. 518677-8153

WOMENS NEW LEVIS size 18, $15. 518-584-3455

FOUR SHELF OAK etagere 6’X30”X13”, perfect for displaying vases nick knacks etc, $99. 802-342-8581

LAWN MOWER Used once. Purchased at $169, sell for $70. 518-642-3776

N U WAV E I N F R A R E D OVEN model 20201-20204 excellent condition, $55. 518-686-2591

PRINTER HP PSC2410 p h o t o s m a r t p r i n t e r, fa x , scanner, copier, $25. 518677-8153

SMALL REFRIGERATOR/ FREEZER works great, 18cu ft, $95. 518-507-6077

TRUCK CAP Leer high rise, off 98 Dodge Dakota. Dark blue, exc cond, $99 fir m. 518-791-5948

LITTLE TYKES CLIMBING outside toy, $30. 518-5076077

OLD WOODEN CARPENTERS tool chest, $60. 802287-9519

HIGH CHAIR great condition, $15. 518-507-6077

MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE action fgrs, castles, horse, tigers, machines, over 20 pcs, $99. 518-683-6827

ORION 24” LED-LCD HDTV, HDMI exc cond, flat screen, $60 firm, 518-9328168

QUICKUTZ DIE-CUTTER for scrapbooking w/ many dies, nearly new, $50. 518642-1681

HUNTERS EARS ELECTRONIC sound amplification headphones, like new, max4 camo, $40. 518-642-8103

MATCHING SOFA & LOVESEAT floral pattern, excellent condition. Asking $95. 802-468-2172

OUTBACK TRAIL OIL skin duster, good condition, size M black, $45. 518-695-3108

JET SLED JR w/ 8 under water tip ups, 6” hand auger, all for $75. 802-468-5487

MENS 3/4 LENGTH black leather jacket, new, large size, $60. 518-854-3990

PAIR 215/70R16 STUDDED snow tires, 70% tread, $99 Firm. 518-955-6466 Salem area

JURASSIC PARK JP-29 Thrasher T-Rex roaring King Kong 4 dinosaurs, 4 action figures, $50. 518-642-9048

MENS BROWN GUCCI loafers, size 10, $20. 518-5843455

PAIR 225/60R16 M&S tires, 90% tread, $99 Firm. 518955-6466 Salem area

MENS J CREW WOOL red & grey XLT beautiful, handknit, $50. 518-584-3455

PAIR 235/75R16 ON Chevy 6 lug rims (GM), 90% tread, $99. Salem area 518-9556466

GIRLS VANITY MIRROR 2 side storage compartments w/ center drawer, $20. 518642-9847

KENWOOD STEREO UNIT receiver, 5 speakers, sub, sounds great, smoke/pet free, exc, $99. 518-695-6114 KIDS HOME SKI ball game, needs reinforcement on legs, works fine, $40. 802-3793813

M O U N TA I N B I K E W I T H helmet, 21 speed, recently tuned up, $99. 802-342-8581 NEVER WORN DALE JARRET Nascar winter coat, tags still on it, $50. 518-8543641

PING PONG TABLE w/ extra net & accessories, well built. Excellent condition, $99. 518-692-2519

RADAR DETECTOR 645I, $90. 518-531-4146 REGAL BREAD MACHINE used 3 times, like new, good condition, $13. 518-584-9240 ROMAN CHAIR HYPEREXTENSION bnch, exercises; bodyweight back raise& more $50. 518-854-7596 SAAB ALLOY RIMS w/ tires 185/65R15 set of 4, $50. 802-867-5917 SAMSUNG BLUETOOTH HEADSET WEP301, box, charger, instruc incl. Exc cond, $20. 518-932-8168 SET OF SNOW plow lights, good condition, $25. 518854-3990 SET OF TWO cearion 980 speakers, $20. 518-5314146

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SNOW TIRES FIRESTONE winterforce for small truck w/ 14” rims, used once, $99 set of four. 802-342-8581

TV NEW IN BOX 20” TV/ DVD/VCR combo, $99. 518677-8153 TWO SMALL ARM CHAIRS very good condition, $20. 518-642-0786

S TA R T R E K S H U T T L E CRAFT in box 9 action figures, one loose SNG series, $65. 518-683-6827

WALL MOUNT SALON styling station & salon mirror, used 6 months, $99. 518222-3770

S TA R WA R S T OY S 2 spaceships land speeder, D a r t h Va d e r m a s k h e a d gear, $35. 518-683-6827

WALLS BLIZZARD YOUTH coat w/ hood. Size large, 12/ 14. Dark green, good cond, $20. 518-854-3658

STEP TWO TODDLER bed w/ mattress, yellow, VW bug style. Exc cond, $85. 802379-3813

WHEELS/RIMS ALUM 15in fit Toyota Sienna, 98-03, good shape w/ hubs & lugs, $90. 518-632-5495

TAPES 30 COUNT action $10. 802-287-5853

WII CONSOLE 2 remotes, 2 books, sensor bar. Everything you need to play, white, like new, $85. 518-642-9866

TIRE BRAND NEW Goodyear Eagle, 235/70R16, $40. 518-854-7596 TOBOGGAN 5’ all wood toboggan, $50. 518-854-7596

W I N D OW C R E S T L I N E ALUMINUM clad, 33 1/3”w X 40 1/2” high. New, $60. 802-362-1185

TRAIL BUSTER mud & snow, 31X10.50 barely used, (2), $75 OBO. 518-744-8653

WINDOW INTEGRITY ULTREX 37 1/2”w X 47”h, new, $60. 802-362-1185

WOOD CHISELS (6) new, $25. 518-793-0657 WWII GERMAN BAYONET w/ seabbard, 1940, $99. 518531-4146 YOUTH HUNTER SAFETY vest, fits 50-120 lbs. Adjusts from 22-32”, $50. 518-8543658

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LIFT PLATFORM FOR 3 point hitch tractor, $75 OBO. 518-854-3920

YOU CUT CHRISTMAS TREES $25 Any Size Tree Sat & Sun 12pm-4pm Chamberlain Family Farm 3627 County Route 21 Whitehall, NY 12887 3/4 mile South of Rt 4.

U.S. & FOREIGN COINS & paper money! No amount too small! Call Richard 518-6428156 or 518-683-1954

WANTED: Will take FREE goats, sheep, laying hens, dogs. Will pick up. 518-6423776

LOOKING FOR A UNIQUE GIFT?COME CHECK OUT SANDY’S COLLECTIBLES 9962 RT 22, N GRANVILLE MON-SAT 10-5, SUN 1-5

MERCHANDISE Appliances L A R G E C A PAC I T Y WHIRLPOOL washing machine. White, very good condition. Runs great, $150. 802-884-8136 REFRIGERATOR WHIRLPOOL 18 CU FT top freezer w / i c e m a ke r. W h i t e, 65X30X30, only 6 yrs old, $185. 802-362-1185

Articles For Sale ALLIS CHARMER GARDEN TRACTOR w/plow & chains, 13HP, $350. 518642-3776 BU C K A ROO TOP BUNK bed, open bottom, excellent condition, $250. 802-4171436 Ken BURTON SNOW BOARD with Burton bindings, Clash 158, like new, red and black, $150. 802-325-6321 COAL FOR SALE Anthracite. Rice, Pea, Nut, Stove and Smithing. 518-424-5663 or cell 518-642-9819 DINING TABLE CERAMIC top, oak frame, trestle style. (4) Oak spindle chairs, VT Hardwoods, $275. 518-6860902 GENERAC PROPANE GAS GENERATOR 17KW, used 2 sugar seasons. Equipped for home use. $3000. 802287-9278

NEW QUEEN MATTRESS Sets still in plastic $150, can deliver. 518-290-0298. P E L L E T / C O R N S TOV E used one season. 1/2 ton pellets & all piping included, $1000 firm, 802-265-8164 Shop.vac Ultra-Pro, wet/dry vac, 10 gal, 4hp. 2.5” diam hose, 10 pc access, neverused, $70. 518-753-0056

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SCHOOL BUSINESS MANAGER 12 Month position; complete Business Office responsibility. Must possess working knowledge of school business functions including a strong background in municipal auditing. Office staff includes 2 full time account clerks. Supervisory experience preferable. $13.6 million budget, 175 staff, 760 pupils. Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration or Accounting required. Salary - $70,000 to $80,000 Deadline for applications - until filled. Send resume & credentials to: Mr. James F. Watson, Superintendent Whitehall Central School District 87 Buckley Road, Whitehall, NY 12887 Email - mbascue@railroaders.net Fax: 518-499-1759 Ph: 518-499-1772

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Apartments GRANVILLE 3bdr m, garbage & snow removal included, $800/mth +security. 518-932-4196

REAL ESTATE Mobile/Modular Homes W E S T PAW L E T 1 2 x 6 5 , 2bdrm, 1 bath, with appliances. Must be moved. $2000/obo. 802-345-0475

GRANVILLE- Mettowee Valley Apts - Taking apps 2bdrm $571 rent; utilities average $81. Includes appliances, site laundry, trash removal. No smoking. Pet? Must meet eligibility requirements. For application 518-584-4543. NYS TDD Relay Service 1800-421-1220. Handicap Accessible Equal Housing Opportunity.

Apartments CEDARS SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY Take a Tour Weds 12:30pm! Off Bay St, Queensbury! 518-832-1701. GRANVILLE Nice 1 & 2 bdr m apar tment. Call for more information. 518-6423454

TINMOUTH 2003 3bdrm, 2 ba, private drive, on hill w/ grt views. 1st, lst, sec $800/mo. No util incl. 802-235-2377

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

Vacation/ Recreational

NO GRANVILLE Spacious 2bdrm up, $550+util., 1 mth sec., incl snow plowing/rubbish removal. 518-642-1464

PALM COAST, FL Harbor Club, week, start Dec 22 or 29, furnished condo, sleeps 6, $1000. 802-375-9655

P O U LT N E Y V I L L AG E 1 bdrm, $600/mth includes utilities. 1st, last, security & references. 802-897-2672.

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: Sept. 23, Sept. 30, Oct. 7, & Oct. 14, 2011. Sleeps 8. $2500. Call Carol at 978-371-2442 or email: carolaction@aol.com

WHITEHALL Large 2bdrm, closets galore, quiet neighborhood, hardwood floors, dishwasher, sec/references required, $800/mth +fixed cost util. 518-499-0219

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WHITEHALL Super studio apartment. No smoking/pets. Heat included. 518-747-5853

Homes 3 BDRM, 2 BA on private lot, $850/mo 1st mo, last & security req. 3 Miles West of FH,Vt. Whitehall School Dist. 802-2653766 or 518-265-3146. SCHUYLERVILLE HUD approved, 3 bdrm, 2 ba. Avail 12/15, Private lot. $1200/mo +util. 1st & security req. 518695-3320 or 518-312-7994

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2000 SAAB 9-3 Convertible, Good cond, new engine, new turbo, new ball joints, $4000. 518-955-8878

CASH FOR CARS: Any Make, Model or Year. We Pay MORE! Running or Not, Sell your Car or Truck TODAY. Free Towing! Instant Offer: 1-800-871-0654

2001 BLACK DODGE Dakota, 100,000 miles, good condition, $3500/obo. 518854-3841 or 518-791-8788

Boats

2 0 0 1 T OYO TA C A M R Y 206,000 miles, runs great, $2300. 802-683-4057

BOAT MOTOR TRAILER 40HP, runs good, $1200. 802-293-5210

2004 TOYOTA SCION XB 4 door, 110,000 miles, good condition, $7000/obo. 518642-3230

GRUMMAN 15’ split seat, w/ shorelander trailer, 8HP Nissan, $1800. 802-273-2053

2007 BUICK LUCERNE CXS, 55K, V8, very loaded, $13,500. 518-632-5937 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

Classic & Antiques 1981 OLDSMOBILE 98 2 door, 41K miles, many new parts, runs well, $850. 802265-3129 after 3pm. 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

Commercial Vehicles 1985 CLASS A 31’ Concession RV food tr uck. 75% complete to sell food on the go. For photos email bcoutant123@roadrunner.c om, $12,500 OBO. 518-6428183

Farm Equipment 1948 FORD 8N TRACTOR $1500. 518-677-5292

Four-Wheel Drive 1991 JEEP GRANDWAGGONER (restorable collectible) last year it was made, $900. 518-854-9228 1993 FORD EXPLORER SPORT 160k, V6, registered. 4 all season ext tires. $700 Firm. 518-547-8350 1 9 9 4 T OYO TA D X h i g h miles, runs great, grey, with c a p & ra ck s, we l l m a i n tained, $2400/obo. Must see. 518-281-0759 1 9 9 7 J E E P C H E RO K E E 200,000 miles, 4WD, runs good, $2800/OBO. 518-6952088

Four-Wheel Drive 1998 GMC 1500 ext cab p/u, Alum cap, 135K, $3000. 518257-0751 2000 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 2500, 8’, ext cab, V8, cruise, 61K, EB, EC, one owner, $8000. 518-677-2467

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2008 GMC EXT CAB Crimson, gorgeous, 56K, tow pkg, excellent condition, one owner, $21,850. 518-642-9125

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

Motorcycles

2000 FORD F350 6 speed, standard, 100K, plow, sander, 5th wheel hook-up, dump body, $15,000/obo. 518-8547737

08 SUZUKI C50 Boulevard, 805cc, 5300 miles, Black/ gray, windshield, saddle bags, very good condition, $4500. Manchester. 802366-8188

2000 JEEP WRANGLER 4 cyl standard, 178K, $3500. 518-222-9446.

1990 HD FXRS 1300cc, new tires, $6000. 802-325-3127

2000 TOYOTA 4RUNNER limited, immaculate. 71,000 mi, dark green, asking $10,500. 518-747-9022

2003 MOTOGUZZI CALIFORNIA EV 1100 with Voyager trike conversion kit, many extras, $9500/obo. Trades cons. 802-265-3403

2001 CHEVY SILVERADO P/U ext cab, 4X4, 5.3 V8, 105k miles, runs exc. $3800. 802-325-2089

2006 HARLEY DAVIDSON Ultra Classic, $12,000. 802770-2292

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 2004 DODGE RAM 1500, quad cab, good condition, $6500. 518-854-3530

Recreational SHORELINE BOAT TRAILER tandem whls, hyd brakes, easy loader w/ 4 new tires w/ spare for 21’ boat. $1200. 802-468-5136

ATV’s /Snowmobiles 08 SKI DOO ADRENALINE 600 SDI, like new, 1353 mi, studded, e/s & rev., extra belt, rear storage bag, updates, $5500. 802-325-2151 09 POLARIS 800IQ-7, 100 V.A.S.T miles, rev, studded, serviced by dealer, EC, all stock, B/O over $4900. 802325-2151 2 P O L A R I S S N OW M O BILES 1998 & 1999. Nice sleds! $3,000/obo. 518-7919741 2000 POLARIS 600 Touring 2-up, e/s & rev., rear hand war mers, 4300 mi, VGC, rear storage rack, $2200. 802-325-2151

Tires, Parts, Accessories FORD MOTOR 351-M rebuilt big block. $800 OBO. 518683-1363 SNOW TIRES ON WHEELS (4) P205/70R16 mounted on aluminum wheels from 99 L e g a c y / O u t b a ck . W i n t e r Mark Magna Grip, 1/4” of tread, $350. 518-692-7279 THREE BOTTOM 3PT hitch, plows, excellent condition, $450. 518-854-3990

Pickups, Trucks, Vans 1985 TOYOTA parts truck, 22R engine, w/less than 50K miles, engine runs great, $450/obo. 518-281-0759 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

1990 E350 UHAUL customized box truck. 7.3 diesel auto, new tires and inspection, $2500 802-273-2837

2005 YAMAHA VENTURE snowmobile, low miles, 600cc, 2 up. $4500. 802-2351068 after 5 pm

1992 FORD RANGER Mechanic special, r uns, inspected, roll bar with lights, $2000/obo. 802-235-1391

2010 FRONTRUNNER 800 S side-by-side U.T.V., w/top, windshield & winch. $7,300. 802-645-1925 CONDOR-250CC 5 speed, yellow. Almost new- Demo. 3 0 m i l e s, n o t a s c ra t c h , $1850. 802-438-2910

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