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Friday, March 29, 2013


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Easter roundup Here are a few good places to enjoy the Easter holiday:

A Spring Flea Market and Easter Food Sale will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 30, at the West Pawlet Firehouse on Main Street. Offered will be Easter cakes, pies, cookies, candy, homemade beans, and lunch. There’ll be children’s activities, refreshments and raffles also. For more information, call Edna Winot at 802-645-0174.

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The 8th Annual Easter Service will be held at the House of Angels in Poultney, Vt., at 8 a.m. on Easter Sunday, March 31. Eight represents a new beginning, making this year’s service a special one. The House of Angels is located on Route 31, approximately two and a

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Fair Haven, West Haven and Benson residents will be glad to know their all-new 2013 community guide will be delivered to their mailboxes this Saturday. Be looking for this keepsake edition and be sure to keep it handy throughout the year right alongside your 2013 Lakes Region Phone Book.

Benson meetings: April Selectboard: Monday, April 1, 7 p.m., Benson Town Office Monday, April 15, 7 p.m., Benson Town Office Monday, April 29, 7 p.m., Benson Town Office School Board: Tuesday, April 9, 6:30 p.m., Benson Village School Library

2013 DOG LICENSES ARE DUE BY APRIL 1ST AT POULTNEY TOWN CLERK’S OFFICE State law requires that dogs be registered every year by April 1st with the Town Clerk. Dog owners must bring a current rabies certification for registration.

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Faith In Our Families event at Dorset Church A discussion of faith and diversity will be held at the United Church of Dorset and East Rupert on Saturday, April 6, from 4 to 6 p.m. Guest panelists, Rev. Jim Grey, Rabbi David Novak, The Rev. Bruce Lee Clark, and Fr. Joel Warden will discuss diversity and theology. The most vocal opponents of LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, Transgender, and Queer) rights have often used religious traditions to defend their positions. “Yet many LGBTQ people, of diverse beliefs, return to faith to find comfort, compassion, and to reconnect with the community and beliefs instilled in them.” PFLAG Dorset is sponsoring this Faith in Our Families event. PFLAG Dorset is a nonprofit community support and educational outreach organization serving the families of southern Vermont. This event is free and open to the public. The church is located at 143 Church St. (Off Route 30) in Dorset, Vt. Questions call us at 802-867-2260 or email,

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The FreePress will publish its annual "Spring Home" edition the week of April 15. This special edition covers all aspects of home improvement and lawn and garden care. If you are in the home improvement related business then give us a call today at 800-354-4232 and make sure your business is included in this special keepsake edition.

Easter half miles north of Granville, N.Y. (North Street to Pine Street to Route 31), and approximately 4.7 miles south of Poultney, Vt. Vehicles can turn into driveway and proceed up into the woods. Everyone is welcome at the House of Angels, an indoor sanctuary for prayer and healing. Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 30, at 1 p.m. in Fair Haven Park, Rte 22A, for kids ages two to 11. Bring your own basket! Activities include face painting, candy eggs, prize eggs and a special visit from the Easter Bunny! Castleton/Poultney Cub Scout Pack 122 will host its annual Easter Egg Hunt for ages one through 10 at 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 30, at the Poultney Elementary School. Bring a basket. The Second Annual Easter Celebration will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 31, at Consider Bardwell Farm in West Pawlet. Featured will be a brunch, egg hunt, bunny hop, baby goats, gift baskets, and more. All proceeds will benefit the Pawlet Town Hall restoration project. Cost: $15 adults, $5 ages 6 to 12, free 5 and younger. Advance tickets available at Lakes Lampshades in Pawlet Village and from Angela Miller at the West Pawlet Farmers’ Market Fridays from 4 to 7 p.m. For more information, call Sue LaPorte at 802-325-3424. The Foundation Church will host a free Easter Egg Hunt from 2 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, March 31, at the Poultney Elementary School. In addition to the hunt there will be a bounce house, popcorn and cotton candy.

The Poultney Food Shelf will be holding their Easter Open Shelf from 9 a.m. to noon on March 23. This event will be at the Stonebridge Inn at 56 Beaman St. (Rte 30) and is open for eligible citizens of Poultney and Middletown Springs, Vt., as well as those in Hampton, N.Y. The Peru Congregational Church invites you to join them on Sunday, March 31, for Easter services. Sunrise worship will be held at the Peru Town Center at 7 a.m. A potluck breakfast will follow. Family service takes place at the church at 9:30 a.m. This year’s sermon is entitled, “Some Fishing Line.” There will be an Easter egg hunt for kids after service.

An Easter egg hunt will be held on Saturday, March 30, at 2 p.m. on the Nelson Farm in Granville, N.Y. This event, hosted by Mettowee Valley Church, is free and offers games, candy, hot dogs, lemonade, popcorn, and a bouncy maze and slide (weather permitting). For more information, contact Pastor Aaron Brown at 508-404-9681. The Mettowee Valley Ecumenical Council will hold an Easter Sunrise Service from 6:30 to 7 a.m. on Sunday, March 31, at Veterans Park on Quaker Street in Granville. For more information, call Rev. Jim Peterson at 518-642-2245, or email JCPeterson@roadrunner. com. A morning mass will be held at St. Mary’s on Bulkley Ave. on Thursday, March 28, at 9 a.m. A 4:30 p.m. potluck dinner will be followed by a Holy Eucharistic Celebration at 6 p.m. Rice bowl containers will be collected. On Friday, March 29, a 9 a.m. prayer time will be offered. A 3 p.m. Stations of the Cross will also be offered, and at 6 p.m., Good Friday service and Holy Land Collection will take place. On Saturday, March 30, 9

a.m. prayer time, noon blessing of food, and 7 p.m. Great Easter Vigil will all be available to congregants. On Easter Sunday, March 31, there will be an 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. mass, after which there will be an Easter raffle and egg hunt with the Easter bunny.

The First Presbyterian Church of Whitehall will hold the Maundy Thursday Service of Tenebrae and the Lord’s Supper on Thursday, March 28, at 7 p.m. Both services will be in the fellowship hall. Easter Sunday, March 31, worship will be at 9 a.m. in fellowship hall. Following worship, there will be refreshments, Easter eggs, bunnies, and fellowship.

held for children ages two to 10 at the West Hebron United Presbyterian Church at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 30. The egg hunt will take place in the church on Route 30. Children are asked to bring their own basket. The egg hunt will be rain or shine, and will be organized into age groups with older children assisting younger ones. For more information, call 518-854-3250.

The Hartford Council of Churches will hold a joint Ecumenical Easter Sunrise Service at 6:30 a.m. on Sunday, March 31, behind the First Baptist Church on Main Street, Route 23, in Hartford. Hot drinks and hot cross buns will follow and everyone will be welcome.

Granville Hook and Ladder hosting dance

Get out the dancing shoes and grab a friend for the Granville Hook and Ladder’s adult dance fundraiser next Saturday, March 30. From 7 to 11 p.m. the Sweet Water Band will be providing music for everyone to move their feet to. Food will be available as well. The cost for singles is $6 and couples are $10. For more information call Dan Roberts at 518642-2320.

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Spring Concerts at Green Mountain College feature eclectic mix of music A pair of concerts featuring the Green Mountain College Choir, the GMC and Community Band, and special guests will be held at the College’s Ackley Hall in April. On Friday, April 5, at 7:30 p.m., the choir and guest musicians present a night of popular music ranging from Tin Pan Alley to the great jazz standards of the 40s and 50s. The performance is directed by GMC music professor James P. Cassarino.

On Friday, April 19, at 7:30 p.m., The GMC and Community Concert Band present its annual spring concert featuring selections from Carl Orff ’s famous Carmina Burana. Other highlights will include a collection of Welsh battle marches, whimsical French folk songs, and a high energy suite of Balkan and Armenian dances. Conducted by James P. Cassarino. Both performances are free and open to the public.

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For those pondering such questions as the meaning of life and what will happen when they die, Psychic and Spiritual Medium William Constantine will offer a metaphysical discussion group on March 29. For those asking themselves these age-old questions, Constantine believes “you are likely awakening to the cosmic reality of you.” He describes metaphysics as a branch of philosophy that studies the true nature of reality albeit the visible or invisible. “While it has many spiritual elements to it - it is not a religion; however, metaphysics can be found in all religions,” Constantine said. The discussion will be held at 7 p.m. at the Pyramid Holistic Wellness Center in Rutland, Vt. The cost is $25, and those interested in attending can call Constantine at 802-775-8080 to reserve a spot.

On Wednesday, April 10, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., Benson Village School will hold its fourth annual science exhibition titled “Science is for Everyone.” The exhibition is for students to share their science knowledge. This is an opportunity for children to explore, beyond the classroom, the mysteries and marvels of the world in which we live. Students will investigate a self-selected topic in detail. Work on their project can be completed at home and/or in school. Mrs. Corey and Mr. Clark will be available, on

request, to assist students in picking a topic, finding information, conducting investigations, and developing a display. Students’ projects will be one of the following types: Experiments (an investigation to test a hypothesis); Demonstration (display of a device); Research (explore a scientific area in depth and report the findings), Collection (a display of a group of related objects); Apparatus (display scientific instrument and describe its function); and Invention (design a new device).

Basket Party to support Mudcats baseball club The Mettawee Mudcats baseball club will hold a basket party fundraiser in preparation for its participation in the 2014 Cooperstown Dream Park Baseball tournament. The event is being held on Saturday, April 13, 2013, at the Modern Woodmen of America in Wells, Vt. Admission including a sheet of tickets is $5, and each additional sheet is $3. Lunch and other refreshments will also be available for purchase. Doors will open at 11 a.m., with drawings to begin at 1 p.m.

Some items available will include re-caned antique chairs by Frank Newman of Granville, NY, a Castleton State College basket to include a season pass to watch Spartan Football, as well as a three month membership to the SHAPE Fitness Center. The Mettawee Mudcats baseball club is made up of boys ages 8 to 12 years old exclusively from the Granville area. For more information, call Kristen at 518-396-9297 or Tina at 518361-6088.


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The office of Robert L. Schmidt, D.M.D., is happy to introduce our two new employees! DIANA TURNER of Wells, VT, is our new Office Manager, who has been in the dental field for over 30 years. Diana worked in the family dental practice of Dr. Paul Davoren in Fair Haven, VT for over 27 years, which is the town that she grew up in. After Dr. Davoren retired, she worked in a few dental offices before finally getting back to a hometown family practice.

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BRYLEA BETIT, our new hygienist, is from Poultney, VT. Brylea recently obtained her Bachelors in Dental Hygiene from the University of New England in Portland, ME. Brylea has also traveled to the Dominican Republic on a mission trip to provide medical and dental care to Haitians in need. She’s very excited to meet the rest of her new patients here at Dr Schmidt’s.

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Twig remembers

Jim Mason Now, I can’t remember how long ago it was that Rose MacNanus’ big brother appeared at the Fair Haven Legion. It didn’t take him long to get the hang of it and become a regular. He kind of disappeared for a few years and a couple of years ago he pops in the hardware

store to tell me he had moved into Poultney. It was just like old times as he was popping in for visits on a regular basis. Always a great visit. I am really gonna miss my hardware time with Jim. May God be with you Jim Mason.

WWE Hall of Famer coming to Whitehall WWE Hall of Famer Jimmy Superfly Snuka will headline a World of Hurt Wrestling event at the Whitehall Athletic Club later this evening. The event will be held at 7 p.m. tonight at the WAC in Whitehall, NY. Snuka, whose real name is James William Reiher is credited with introducing the highflyer style of wrestling to the

WWE. The event will also feature appearances by Vince Beach, the number one contender for the WOH Championship as well as Jeff Starr, Eric and Shane Alden, Pure Dynamite, Kyle BAM Badger, Swinger Sidusky and Bobby Fischer. Tickets to the show cost $10 and will be available at the door. For more call 260-8759.

Canterbury Tales, written in 1392, contain practical jokes similar to the ones that people in the U.S. play on others on April 1, April Fool’s Day or All Fool’s Day. The oldest pranks in the world still alive today started back in 536 BC in Iran where people play harmless jokes on others. The ancient cultures, the Romans and Hindus celebrated New Years Day on April 1st. In 1582 when Pope Gregory XIII replaced the Julian calendar with the Gregorian calendar, many traditionalists objected and refused to go along with the new calendar, which changed New Years Day from April 1 to January 1. Many people made fun of those who would not change with the new times and on April 1 would send them on foolish errands. In Scotland, the

day is called Hunt-the-Gowk Day. A gowk is a cuckoo or foolish person. Practical jokes are still played in Great Britain, Poland and Belgium on April 1. In Italy, France and Belgium, people tack paper fishes on backs of other people shouting April Fish as a joke! On April 1 at the Wells Village Library, Becky Corey will lead a workshop titled Junk

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Pancake supper offers a lesson in local history Lear n about local history and have breakfast for dinner at a Wells Historical Society event on Wednesday, April 3. The society will hold its first meeting of 2013 on Wednesday, April 3 at the Modern Woodmen of American building in Wells, Vt. The annual pancake supper will begin at 6 p.m. A meeting will follow the supper, and Bill Clark will be reporting on this year’s maple production. There will be a display of newly acquired Wells artifacts and photos that are in our collection Organizers invite the public to enjoy a little bit of Wells’ history and friendship. For more information call Trish Capron at 645-0200.




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Phillips delivers riveting story at Poultney Rotary dinner Richard Phillips, an Underhill resident who was taken hostage by Somali pirates in 2009, delivered a riveting account of his experiences during the Poultney Rotary Club’s community dinner Saturday at Green Mountain College. A crowd of more than 100 people attended the annual event to hear Phillips’ story and lend their support to the charitable organization, which uses proceeds from the dinner to benefit Poultney area schools. Speaking with a Boston accent, the down-to-earth Phillips recounted the details of his captivity and how the experience has influenced his perspective on life. Phillips was captain of the Maersk Alabama, an American merchant ship that was hijacked by Somali pirates on April 8, 2009. The hijacking was the first successful seizure of a ship under the American flag since the early 19th century. On that day, four Somali pirates approached the ship in a small boat and using ladders were able to board the Maersk Alabama. As they boarded the ship, their boat overturned and sunk. Having trained for such an occasion in the days leading up to the seizure, most of the crew had locked itself below deck and turned off all power to the ship. Phillips and several crew




members remained on deck and were captured by the pirates. After several tense hours the pirates realized the crew was not going to turn over the ship and taking Phillips hostage, fled in a 25 foot life boat. “I was scared, nervous and didn’t know how it would turn out. But enough about my wedding,” Phillips joked. “I understood the severity of the situation. My mood ranged from concerned to terribly frightened,” he later said. “Somewhere within you find the strength to do what needs to be done.” On April 9, the USS Bainbridge, a U.S. Naval destroyer arrived on scene to negotiate Phillips’ release but its arrival changed the atmosphere aboard the life board. The situation on the boat worsened after the pirate’s leader went aboard the Bainbridge to negotiate with Naval officials. The following day, as two of the pirates dozed off and a third relieved himself, Phillips attempted to escape. He said he swam back and forth under the lifeboat trying to evade his captors. “The fourth time I popped out of the water, an AK-47 was pointed at me and they fired twice,” Phillips. Back aboard the life ship, Phillips hands were bound as the pirates punched and pistol whipped him. At one point they

even pointed a gun at his head and repeatedly pulled the trigger for three hours. “The way I survived, and this is another facet of being a leader, is I tried to stay calm. No one can solve a crisis by losing their wits,” Phillips said. On April 12, fearing Phillips was in imminent danger, Navy SEALS opened fire on the ship and killed the pirates. Contrary to published reports, which stated the snipers needed only a single volley of three shots to kill the pirates, Phillips said many shots were fired. “They knew where I was and shot every where around me. It felt like forever but it was probably only one, two or three seconds,” he said. “The real heroes of this story are the Navy SEALS who risked their lives.” Phillips said other than speaking engagements such as the dinner, his life has changed little and he continues to captain ships. He said the experience, as well as 33 years serving aboard ships, have taught him several lessons that he shared with the crowd. “The three major points I learned is each of you is stronger than even you think you are; that you are only lost when you choose to give up; and that a dedicated and motivated team of professionals can overcome any obstacle,” Phillips said.


The Poultney Public Library is holding a Great Peeps in Literature Contest, a diorama contest celebrating works of fiction. The contest is open to individuals or groups of all ages. To enter, simply make a diorama depicting a scene from one of your favorite books. The only catch is that all characters must be created using marshmallow Peeps! Any color or style of marshmallow Peeps is allowed. Entries are being accepted now through March 30. The first place winner and the “people’s choice” winner will receive a basket of goodies from local businesses. For more information email ppl5556@, call 802-287-5556, or stop by the library. The Poultney Public Library now offers Mango Languages, an online program featuring more than 40 foreign languages and 15 ESL courses. Mango lessons combine everyday conversation skills, memory building strategies and interactivity. To access Mango, visit and click on the “Mango Languages” link. Enter your 14-digit barcode to begin learning a new language! Don’t have a library card? No problem. All residents of Poultney and its surrounding towns are eligible for a free library card. For more information visit our website at poult-, call 802287-5556, or stop by the library. Story time for toddlers and pre-schoolers will be held on Friday at 11 a.m. on March 29. This is a free program. March Movie Madness continues on March 29 at 7 p.m. with a movie on the big screen. The event features free admission and free snacks. (Due to licensing restrictions we cannot publicize the titles, please call or stop by the library to find out the titles.) The Poultney Public Library’s “Book Club Favorites Discussion Group” is reading “Three Men in a boat” by Jerome K. Jerome. Stop by the library to pick up a copy of the book. Please join us on Saturday, April 6 at 9 a.m. 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. Any questions please call 802287-5556 or view our website at For more information about any of these events or programs, call the library at 802287-5556, email at ppl5556@, check on Facebook, or stop by the Library. Any other questions please call 802287-5556 or view our website at

Poultney Tiny Theatre presents Les Miserables On March 30, the theatre will offer three different screenings of “Les Miserables” at 3, 6, and 9 p.m. “In 19th-century France, Jean Valjean, who for decades has been hunted by the r uthless policeman


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Groups meet to prepare for Poultney 2020 conference Leaders from Poultney and Green Mountain College are already preparing for “Poultney 2020: Creating a Vibrant Future Together,” a full-day conference on April 24 to inspire local entrepreneurship and bring together the resources needed for a significant new revitalization effort. The Arts working group (visual arts, crafts, music, dance, live performance) will meet Tuesday, April 9, 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Tiny Theatre on 153 Main St. The Food group (restaurants, local food, value-added agriculture, farm-to-table initiatives) will be meeting Tuesday, April 2, 8 to 9:30 a.m. at The Station, 28 Depot St. The Sustainability group (renewable energy, environment, education, health/wellness) meets Saturday, April 6, 12:30 to 2 p.m. at the Tiny Theatre. The Place focus group (natural resources, recreation, historic downtown, local heritage, tourism) meets at the Tiny Theatre on Wednesday, April 10 from 5-6:30 p.m. To join the Goods and Services group, which focus on start-up business, retail, manufacturing, and services, meet the group on Thursday, April 11, 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Tiny Theatre. These focus groups are not the end of the creative process. That process will continue at the conference on April 24 where Poultney 2020 partici-

pants will continue to flesh out action ideas and determine priorities. “This is a unique partnership between a town and college working together on revitalization,” said Poultney resident Chuck Colvin, who is participating in the planning. “It’s exciting to see the kind of creative energy that comes out when you bring the students and the town residents together to think about their shared future.” The April 24 conference will be attended by local entrepreneurs and business owners; Poultney residents; Green Mountain College students, alumni, faculty/staff, administrators and board members; and state and regional development leaders including Robert McBride (RAMP, Bellows Falls, Vt.), Tom Stearns (The Center for an Agricultural Economy, Hardwick, Vt.), Paul Bruhn (Preservation Trust of Vermont), Paul Costello (Vermont Council on Rural Development) and Leanne Tingay (Vermont Downtown Program). Afternoon working sessions will be used to explore the Poultney area’s strengths and generate specific proposals for new revitalization initiatives. The full conference agenda can be found at www.poultney2020. org

Seventh graders to learn about college and careers at Castleton State College’s event “What do I want to be when I grow up?” “What is college really like?” Those are some of the questions to be answered during “Your Journey Starts Here,” to be held from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 9 at Castleton State College. Approximately 400 seventh graders from eight different middle schools throughout Rutland County will attend the program, which is a collaborative effort between the Rutland Region Workforce Investment Board, Vermont Student Assistance Corporation, and participating schools including Mill River Union Middle School,

Rutland Town, Proctor, Benson Village School, Orwell, Castleton Village School, Fair Haven Grade School, and Otter Valley. The goal of “Your Journey Starts Here” is to help seventh grade students start thinking about the college and career planning process, to reaffirm that continuing education beyond high school is a real possibility, let them know about their educational options, and assist them in making sound decisions about their high school courses and experiences. The day will include a number of group and experiential

activities led by Castleton State College students. In addition, the students will also take tours of the campus. Castleton Football Coach, Marc Klatt, will offer welcoming remarks. The Keynote Speaker is Lt. Charles Cacciatore of the Vermont State Police. Later in the day the students will hear from Stafford Technical Center Alumni Anthony Edwards and Melissa Rixon about their college and career pathways. For more information contact Peg Bolgioni, Stafford Technical Center Outreach Coordinator at or (802) 7701275.

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All you have to do is fill out the official entry form below and mail it in. One lucky person will receive $250 in gift certificates to use at any of the advertisers in Manchester Newspapers’ 2013 Bridal Book. The Bridal Book is available throughout the region right now. Deadline for entry is Wednesday, March 27, 2013. The drawing will be held on Monday, April 8, 2013.

PoultneyElementary School would like to congratulate Miss Emma Luikart as her artwork was chosen as a winner in the 2013 Vermont Safe Routes to School Art Contest. Her poster will be featured as part of the VT SRTS Calendar for the 2013-2014 year and we are very proud of her. Speaking of proud…Mrs. Mahoney’s 5th Graders have entered a national competition through the TenMarks online math program. As part of their Math Madness Contest, they were ranked first with a percentage rate of 95.68 received for answering 17,894/18,701 problems correct. This contest will run through April 12 with the winning class to receive an iPad. In addition, there are classes chosen to receive weekly prizes based on data showing most improvement.

The PES annual Science Fair will be held on Thursday, April 11, from 5:30-6:30 p.m. This will be an opportunity for students to share their science projects with parents and members of the community, so please stop in and check them out. Thank you to volunteer Kris Littlewood who is hosting a Chess Club for students in grades K-6 on Mondays, from 2:45 to 4 p.m. Please call the school at 2875212 for more information. If you have a child who will be entering Kindergarten in the fall, please call the school to make an appointment for our Kindergarten Screening that will be held on Thursday and Friday, April 11 and 12. We look forward to meeting our new friends during these days of screening and hope that the children are excited.

To the Editor: Castleton Community Seniors, Inc. extends a sincere thank you to the residents of Castleton, Fair Haven and Hubbardton who approved the Community Center appropriations for 2012-13. The Castleton Community Center helps seniors and disabled residents of western Rutland County remain independent. Over 4,500 rides were given last year for doctor’s appointments, adult day care, nursing home visits, therapy, food and household shopping and senior meals. In addition, 1,877 meals were served to seniors from Castleton, Fair Haven, Hubbardton and surrounding towns. The Center walking trail and

exercise programs promote healthy living and our Wellness Center features programs designed to promote healthy aging for older adults. Educational and recreational activities help keep our seniors active and improve their quality of life. Our summer camp for children provides a quality educational and recreational activity for local children. The Center is supported through town appropriations, donations, grants and the hard work of our members and volunteers. We are grateful to all who support our mission of service. Jo Ann Riley, Director Castleton Community Seniors, Inc.

Stafford Tech’s Health program awarded education grant Stafford Technical Center’s Health Careers Program was recently awarded an education grant of $750 from the Rutland South Rotary Club. The grant was earmarked for the purchase of medical equipment that will serve as teaching tools for the program. Among the items purchased included training stetho-

scopes used to instruct students about monitoring blood pressures. The class was demonstrating the stethoscope to Nancy Cristelli, President of the Rutland South Rotary Club. Rutland South Rotary Club’s mission is to provide support to the schools in the Rutland Region.

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Middletown Springs Elementary School news Tinmouth announces new scholarship program Mr. Beal and the fifth and sixth graders will host an Activities Night and Mock Rock/Lip Sync/Talent Show on Friday, March 29 in the school multipurpose room. The Activities Night will run from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. At 7:30 p.m., don’t miss the Mock Rock/Lip Sync Talent Show, when participants will perform and/or lip-sync to their favorite songs. The show will end when the last performer takes a bow. Admission will be $2 for the first child in a family, $1.50 for

the second, $1 for the third, and .50 for the fourth. Dinner, consisting of a hot dog on a bun, a side, and a beverage, will be available at a cost of $2. Snacks and beverages will be available ala carte at a cost of .50 each. Profits will benefit the Washington, D.C. trip. Students are expected to follow the same rules as they do during the school day. Parents are asked to please pick up their children promptly after the show. On Thursday, April 4 at 7 p.m. in the Middletown

Springs Library, Vermont Fish and Wildlife Bat Specialist, Alyssa Bennett will present a discussion on bat health and the outlook for bat populations in Vermont. She will talk about white-nose syndrome and whether there are any signs that bat populations may recover. Ms. Bennett will also discuss the use of bat houses and what you can do to help or learn more about bats. The program is presented by the Middletown Springs Conservation Commission.

The Tinmouth Community Fund is pleased to announce its scholarship program for 2013. Scholarships will be awarded to Tinmouth residents based on a combination of potential, merit and financial need. Merit is determined by considering character and ability, volunteer and/ or work experience and realistic and thoughtful career and/or education goals. Applicants must be high school graduates or equivalent who is pursuing further education either in college, a trade school or an alternate

learning opportunity. This scholarship is no longer limited to freshman applicants. Applications are available at the Guidance Office or on the website, click on the scholarship button. Applications are due May 15 for award in June. Email applications are preferred; email to or mail a hard copy to the Tinmouth Community Scholarship, 143 Channel Road, Tinmouth, Vt. 05773. For more information call or email Cathy Reynolds at 446-2928

REDC looks to develop manufacturing center Ru t l a n d Economic Development Corp. has announced its intent to find and purchase a new building in Rutland County to serve as a multi-tenant manufacturing center for new and developing companies. “Ideally we are looking for a building that might be underutilized now, where we can help new businesses grow and create jobs in Rutland or Rutland County,” said Jamie Stewart, Executive Director at REDC. “It may be a facility where the

current owners have downsized and no longer need all the space. Most importantly, it must be suitable for use by light manufacturing.” REDC is primarily looking for something between 25,000 and 50,000 square feet. “We will work with leaseback options for existing owners if appropriate,” Stewart said. At the time of the merger between Central Vermont Public Service and Green Mountain Power, REDC

received funds totaling $100,000 from CVPS and GMP to be used to develop economic activities that would lead to job creation in the county. Over the past year REDC has evaluated several potential methods of deploying the funds to accomplish two primary objectives, as articulated in our strategic plan, including creation of high-wage job opportunities and creation of a revenue-generating asset for REDC to fund future economic development activity. “With the focus on these two

goals, REDC’s Finance Committee reviewed options including real estate-based activities, revolving loan fund expansion, and program development,” Stewart said. “It was decided that the activity which would generate the greatest long-term impact would be through real estate development and management.” Property owners who have a site they would like to discuss can contact Stewart by calling 802-773-9147, or by e-mail to

Tack auction at Castleton American Legion A new tack and equine equipment auction will be held Saturday, March 30 from 1 to 4 p.m., sponsored by the Green Mountain Appaloosa Horse Club and JPs North. You will find great fun and great deals to start spring off right. Refreshments will be available. The auction will be held at Castleton American Legion, Post 50, on Rte 4A in Castleton. Proceeds to benefit the Green Mountain Appaloosa Horse Club.

Poultney 5th graders involved in Math Madness A group of students from Poultney Elementary School is taking its enthusiasm for math to a new level. Students in Kay Mahoney’s fifth grade class have developed an insatiable appetite for mathematics. The students have literally answered tens of thousands of math questions since the beginning of the month. And they’re asking Mahoney for more. “They’re so excited to do math problems,” Mahoney said. The students are participating in Math Madness, a contest that tests the “math-abilities” of students across the country and in Canada. The contest is organized and administered by Ten Marks, an online educational program aimed at developing strong math foundations. Since the beginning of the month, the 21 students in Mahoney’s class have answered more than 70,000 questions. What’s even more remarkable, they’ve gotten nearly 96 percent (95.98percent to be exact) of those questions correct. “They have been doing exceedingly well,” Mahoney said. So well, that after three weeks, the class is first in group

2, which consists of approximately 3,000 5th through 8th grade classrooms across North America. This is the second consecutive year Mahoney’s class has participated in the contest. Last year’s group finished 20th in

group 2. Mahoney said she stumbled across the contest while looking for teaching resources online. “The kids are all about it,” she said, adding that it’s a great learning tool because it hits on all aspects of the S.T.E.M.

(Science, Technolo g y, Engineering and Math) teaching curriculum. Each week the students use the classroom’s netbook to go online where they can choose the type of math questions they would like to answer.

The first two weeks the students answered an average of nearly 20,000 questions, but they’ve upped the ante last week and answering more than 33,000 questions and getting nearly 32,000 correct. They are shooting for 40,000 questions this week. The contest, which is approximately six weeks long, wraps up on April 15. At the end of the six weeks, only classes that have an answered an average of 70 percent of questions correctly in four of the six weeks will be eligible for prizes. The class that answers most questions with the greatest percent correct will win a 16GB iPad. The second place team, named simply “2nd BlockHonors Math 6,” is about 4,000 questions behind Mahoney’s class and has answered a little more than 95 percent of those questions correctly. “They’re right on our heels,” Mahoney said. The overall winner will be announced on April 22, but whether the kids receive the iPad or not, they’ve all won, Mahoney said. “It builds their confidence and they’ve learned to enjoy math,” she said.

Home Builder and Remodelers hosts 16th Annual Home and Recreation Show The Home Builders and Remodelers Association of Southern Vermont announce that the 16th Annual Home & Recreation Show will be held on Saturday, April 6, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Spartan Arena, located behind Diamond Run Mall on Route 7 South, Rutland, Vt. Admission to the show is free. Door prizes will be given away throughout the day. Plus, there will be lots for the kids to enjoy. The first 50 kids will get a

wooden birdhouse kit thanks to LaValley Building Supply. There will also be free kids’ activities 9 to 11 a.m. provided by The Mentor Connector, and from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., kids can learn how to plant seeds in flower pots and take one home compliments of Home Depot. The show also features free 30-Minute Workshops: 10 a.m.: Heat Pumps; a new technology to heat your home more efficiently. Presenter:

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120 HARLEQUIN ROMANCE and special edition Silhouette paper backs. Exc cond, $15. 802-235-2301

2 4 ” W I D E B AT H R O O M vanity, light oak, premolded vanity top & faucet, $99. 518-753-4370

4 DRAWER MAPLE DRESSER solid wood, dove tailed, $50. 518-686-1715

ANTIQUE “WORKING” COW watering bowls, made by Simplex, $35. 518-6389000

BABY DRESSER changing table, light oak color, $99 OBO. 518-361-0096

BRAND NEW 5HP push mower, used two times, $85. 518-642-3776

(2) NINTENDO GAME CUBE consoles w/ one set of cables, 2 controllers & 24 games, $50. 518-638-5450

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BEACH CHAIR Brand new! Canvas w/ detachable sun canopy, $50 OBO. 518-3011200

BREAD MAKER TOASTMASTER BREAD BOX 1 to 2 pound capacity, manual, $25. 518-692-0264

(4) TIRES P225/50R18 used 10,000 miles, $99. 518-7537818

1988 AMERICAS STATE issued duck stamp collection, 41 mint stamps in album, $50. 802-265-3403

27” MAGNAVOX TV w/ remote, color works great, $50 OBO. 518-695-3012

BEER MIRROR AMSTEL LIGHT with wood frame, 20” long by 15 1/2” high, good condition, $20. 518-854-9345

CAMPER STABILIZERS (2) 14 1/2 to 20 inch range. Never used, still in original box, $99. 518-677-2730

BIKE WOMENS HUFFY 26” cruiser w/ extra padded seat cushion & mirror, like new, $65. 518-642-2224

CD PLAYER IN DASH am/ fm radio, made by Panasonic, works fine, $20. 518-8549345

BOHNING BOW FISHING kit, arrow, reel, string, tip like new, $20. 518-642-8103

CHAIN SAW CHAPS Bailey wo r k s a fe w ra p a r o u n d s, 30”L, lightly used, $55. 518677-5662

( 6 ) S TO R M W I N D OW S used triple track w/ screen & glass, 30.5X58”, $60. 518854-9883 10 DANIELLE STEEL Hard cover books, like new, recent w/ covers, $20. 802-2352301

1995 HARDCOVER FISHING lure collectible ID guide, over 300 pages, $20. 802265-3403 2 TIRE COVERS for Troy Bilt horse tiller, bare metal, $90. 518-753-7818

30” BRIDE DOLL w/ display stand. Limited edition Reg#0436-1500, $99. 518205-5105 36” TELEVISION (not a flat screen) with tv stand, $50. 802-265-8686 3D DEER TARGET Delta McKenzie good cond, shot 50-70 times, paid $100, asking $65. 518-642-8103

5 0 W E S T E R N PA P E R BACKS used, $40. 802-4427179

ARMOIRE IN GOOD condition, asking $99 OBO. 802855-3877

55 GAL COAL anthracite full barrel, $90. 518-695-3247

ASSORTED EARTH TONE porcelain tiles, $10. 518-6929974

6FT PICNIC TABLE brand new, $90. Delivery available, 518-677-7112 ACOUSTIC GUITAR EPIPHONE cutaway blonde color 6 string, nice sound, $75. 518-642-9048 AIR PURIFIER & FILTER removes germs, good condition, was $170, sell $75. 518686-7295

AUTOMOBILE BOOK COLLECTION 10 different hard cover in mint condition, $50. 802-375-6782 AVON COLLECTOR BOTTLES about 200 in all for $95. 802-375-6782 BABY CRIB NEW STYLE hardly used, no mattress, dark wood, $45. 802-3253546

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CHAIN SAW GLOVES lightly used, S-M, $20. 518-6775662

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CHARLIE BROWN MEN’S large red Christmas sleep pants & medium green boxers, $20. 518-499-5059

DESK 5x2.5’ FILE DRAWER on right, 3 drawers on left. Metal/wood, $68. 802362-1185

CLASSICAL LUCIDIA NYLON string guitar. Mint cond, needs new strings installedinc, $99. 518-642-3077

DESK WOOD LARGE w/ file drawers on either side, good condition, $25. 802287-5174

C L OT H E S R AC K w / 3 height adjustments & on wheels, $10. 518-854-9883

DIECAST TONKIN REPLICAS Conway Expedite trk. 1/50 scl, high precision detail. NIB, $65. 802-342-6473

COLLECTION OF REAL OLD stamps & stamped envelopes, U.S. & foreign, $65. 518-854-3946 C O M M E R C I A L H E AV Y DUTY refrigerator/freezer door, $99. 518-638-9000 COMPLETE LEFT BEHIND book series, 16 books by Lahaye & Jenkins, $99. 802265-3403 COMPUTER DESK & STAPLES office chair, excellent condition, $50. 518-642-1681 after 4pm CRAFTSMAN LOCKABLE 3 section metal tool box w/ many drawers on wheels, black, $99. 518-282-9647 CRAFTSMAN PLUNG ROUTER brand new, never used, w/ a new box of bits, $80. 518-282-9647 CRAFTSMAN 7 1/4 INCH circular saw, $30. 518-6953012 CRANKED NECK PAIRING chisels by Woodcraft set of 4, $60. 518-642-9276 CROSS COUNTRY SKIS w/ p o l e s, l a d i e s s i ze 7 1 / 2 boots, great condition, $40 OBO. 518-301-1200 DA L E E A R N H A RT J R NASCAR shirts, 6, 5 never worn, $30. 518-205-5105 DEHUMIDIFIER LG MODE L L D 4 5 0 E A L 4 5 p i n t s, works great, $95 OBO. 518282-9647 DELL COMPUTER MONITOR keyboard & speakers, $25. 518-642-1681 after 4pm D E LTA RO C K W E L L TA BLE SAW and 4” jointer both, $99. 518-695-3247 DESK 47”L, 41”H natural/ black, desktop computer designed. Lower tower platform, $15. 518-642-2416

FOOD PROCESSOR Moul i n ex M a x i m a D e l u xe, 2 speed automatic, manual, $10. 518-692-0264 FORD F350 18” tire & rim, new, $99. 518-368-3685 FORD ROTOTILLER $99. 518-368-3685

D I R E C T V S AT E L L I T E DISH and receiver, $20. 518854-7101

F R O N T A X L E S P LY MOUTH or Dodge, (3), $20. 518-692-9295 Evenings

D I S H WA S H E R M a y t a g , $42. 802-362-1185

G A LV A N I Z E D W AT E R TANK 225 gal round, upright, $99. 518-692-9295 evenings

E L E C T RO F L O O R P RO Shampoo-polisher, attachments inc, exc cond, used once, $70. 518-499-0197 ELVIS DECANTER IN original box, white outfit, $99. 802-345-1606 E LV I S P R E S L E Y D E CANTERS silver anniversar y in original box, $99. 802-345-1606 EMERSON MINI FRIDGE energy efficient 1.8 cubic feet, excellent condition, $99. 518-681-6404 ENTERTAINMENT CENTER solid oak, mission style, 18dX45hX54w, glass door, $50. 518-692-0264 E X T R A S P O O L S ( 2 ) fo r Hardy LRH lightweight fly reel, $50. 518-642-9276 FIBERGLASS TONNEAU COVER for shortbox, midsize pickup w/lock (black), g/ c, $75. 518-692-8588 FISHING SPINNING REEL Shimano Sedona 2000FA, new in box, $25. 802-2733674 FIVE LADDER BACK kitchen counter stools, $99. 802362-1710

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HP DESKJET 1056 copier, scanner, printer, never used, asking $60. 802-265-2230

OUTSIDE DOOR window w/ blind, 32” wide, $75. 802325-3546

HUGE PARROT CAGE on wheels, with stand, $60. 518642-3776

PAIR 15” TIRES like new, less than 100 miles. 206/ 65R15, $90. 518-491-0167 after 5pm

SKI BOOTS Nordica black w/ red snaps. Size 4-5 (275mm/23.5mono), $40 OBO. 518-301-1200

TREADMILL LIKE NEW folds up to take less room, $99. 518-854-3012 call evenings

SOFA GOOD CONDITION $99. 518-854-3012 call evenings.

TROY-BILT 2 CYCLE mini roto-tiller, cultivator, runs good. For small garden, $50 OBO. 518-686-1909

FLEX HOSE INSTALLED 4” 25ft, $35. 518-686-7295

DINING ROOM TABLE w/ 6 chairs, good condition, $99. 518-854-3012 call evenings

DVD PLAYER KOSS $15 call after 6pm. 518-391-9633

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FOUR METAL PATIO chairs excellent condition (brown) cushions, not a yr yet. Very sturdy, $99. 518-692-8588

DRESSER FOR UNDER a bed, 6 drawer, good condition, fits queen size, $75. 518-642-8103

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G A R D E N C A RT L OA D HOG for back of riding mower, $15 OBO. 518-686-1909 GAS STOVE tappan millennium one burner, not working, LP ready, clean, $50. 518-854-7101 GE 4 BURNER STOVE selfcleaning, w/ exhaust hood, excellent condition, $99. 518-686-5900 GOLF CLUBS W/ BAG ladies, missing driver, great condition, $40 OBO. 518301-1200 GOLF CLUBS INCL Knight bag, Cleveland launcher & irons, Hog mallet putter, $99. 518-642-9048 GUITAR AMP LINE 6 Spider 3, exc cond, sounds great, 75 watts, 12” speakers, $99. 518-642-3077 H A R D Y L R H L I G H TWEIGHT fly reel, $99. 518642-9276 HEALTH CRAFT WATERLESS cookware, 10 piece set, like new, $99. 518-6861715 HOLSTEIN COW PAINTED by artist bar stools, 30” high, pair for $99. 518-638-9000 HOME THEATER SYSTEM 5 speakers, subwoofer, remote control & iPod dock, like new, $99. 518-642-2224

JOHN WAYNE COLLECTION VHS 29 mostly classic cowboy tapes, $50. 518-6429048 JVC 36” TV perfect working order, cable/satellite ready, $45. 518-854-7101 KENMORE SEWING MACHINE used about 5 times, like new, $60. 802-855-3877 LARGE ROCKING CHAIR medium oak, all wood, $25. Call after 6pm 518-391-9633 LOVE SEAT BLUE w/ red tr im, $60. 518-638-8893 leave message MENS COLDFRONT ICE TRAIL boots, sz 9, NIB, thrmalte insul. Brown suede uppers, $18. 518-638-8893 M E N S L A R G E B R OW N BEAR design sleep pants, brand new, $10. 518-4995059 M I C ROWAV E G E OV E R the range mount, 30”wX15”hX15”d, $32. 802362-1185 NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINES monthly 1975 through 2001, exc reading material, $50. 518-499-0197 NESCO COUNTRY SMOKER electric element 3 racks, 12X17X24, $20. 518-6929974

PAIR FARM FIELD hillers, “rare” used to form raised planting beds, $89. 518-6389000

SONY PLAY STATION 2 silver slim w/ 28 games, 2 controllers, guitar & 2 memory cards, $80. 518-638-5450

PAIR NEW BALI white double-cell window shades, 23 7/8”w, 49”l, inst, w/ cord, top mount, $99. 518-692-9171

S O N Y P L AY S TAT I O N I I SLIM w/ 2 controllers, guitar, 2 memory cards & 28 games, $80. 518-638-5450

PAPER TRIMMER heavy duty, like new, $25. 518-6422224

STAINED GLASS for projects many colors, $25. 802287-5174

PATIO SET 2 YRS old, table 4 cushion chairs, no umbrella, $75. 518-686-7295

STAIR STEPPER Tunturi Tri Stepper 500, hydraulic, adjustable resistance, $40. 518-692-0264

PICTURE FRAMING MAT cutter, logan 301-M, new in box, was $99 will take $50. 802-375-6782 PROM DRESS worn once, size 6, white w/ red & black designs, silk, $99. 802-2826446 RADIO SHACK 200 channel scanner, all programable, no crystals, just like new, $60. 518-692-8588 RAZOR GRAFFITI SCOOTER new, never taken out of box, $30. 802-442-7179 RECORDS 33 1/3RPM great selection of famous singers & their music, over 45 records, $25. 518-499-0197 REFRIGERATOR door yellow, auto defrost, $85. 802325-3546

S TA R WA R S M E M O R A BILIA many different items, 2 boxes full, $75. 518-6772730 STAR WARS DVD all 6 never played, $60. Call after 6pm, 518-391-9633 STEEL SHELVING HEAVY DUTY complete unit, $35. 802-375-6782 SUPER NINTENDO GAME system w/ 2 controllers & 16 games, $30. 518-638-5450 leave message TAIL GATE LINER for S-15, $15. 518-499-1732 TELEVISIONS 2-27” Sanyo & Emerson, both work, $50. 518-638-8893 leave message

REPLACEMENT WINDOW 24X48” crank operated, no screens, $30. 518-857-2423

THREE CHARLIE BROWN men’s tees XL & XXL. Navy & light blue, new, $30. 518499-5059

OLD CRAFTSMAN TABLE SAW 1/2 HP Morton Heavy Duty, needs motor, $10. 518692-9974

RIFLE SPANISH MODEL 1916 short rifle, bolt action. Spanish civil war 1930’s, $50. 802-273-3674

T I R E G O O DY E A R 2 6 5 / 75R15 new, on 6 lug rim. Never used, $50. 518-8549345

OLD HAND PLANES for wood molding, (7) various profiles, $70. 802-273-3674

SHIMANO QUICKFIRE ULTRALIGHT reel on Diawa Synergy Ultra light 5 ft rod, $25. 518-692-9974

TRAILER HITCH FITS a Toyota Venza, class 3. Complete w/ wiring, $50 OBO. 518-686-1909

S H OW E R F L O O R U N I T NEW 32X60’ white fiberglass, $30. 802-362-1185

TRAIN SET 1950S Louis Marx Steam Line, engine, cars, transformer, track, original box, $40. 802-273-3674

NEW QUEEN BED spread, quilted top w/ two side ruffles on sides, cost, $129, $30 OBO. 518-205-5105

ONE ROLL OF TV cable, 245 ft, $99. 518-488-0002 O RV I S G R A P H I T E F LY ROD 8ft, 2 pieces, 6wt, $50. 518-642-9276

SINGER FACTORY SEWING MACHINE excellent condition w/ manual, $99. 518-686-5900

TRUCK CAP FITS S model Chevy, side windows open, ladder rack, $99. 518-4991732 TURKEY CALL BOX type, $20. 518-695-3247 TWO CAST IRON griddles, 14-18”, $40. 518-488-0002 TWO FALKIN-SINCERA all season P205/55R16 tires, good condition, $99. 518854-3012 call evenings. TWO PAIR MENS shor ts size 38, navy blue & dark blue denim, new, $20. 518499-5059 U N I F L A M E C H A R C OA L SMOKER grill, $99. 518488-0002 VA R IOU S C A R D & PIC TURE displays, metal one wood, $35. 802-287-5174 VIZIO SOUND SYSTEM w/ 2 speakers for any TV or stereo cost $150, sell for $50. 518-205-5105 WALL MOUNT TV STAND new in box, $15. 518-6929295 WEATHERTECH FLOOR liners, Toyota Tundra front & rear, 1 yr old, excellent, $75. 518-854-7989 WERNER 12’ ALUMINUM FOLDING multi-position ladder w/ 250lb load capacity, $75. 518-686-1715 WHISKER BISCUIT ARROW REST Pro model, like new, $25. 518-642-8103 W I L D B L U E S AT E L L I T E DISH and modem, $20. 518854-7101 WINE BARREL OAK $50. 518-368-3685 ZENITH 46” TV floor model on wheels w/ remote, needs nothing, $99. 518-681-6404

TRASH COMPACTOR good condition holds, one week of trash, $99. 518-686-7295


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OFFICE POSITION OPENING: The cheerful and responsible person must be able to work in a sometimes fast-paced environment. Duties to include scheduling and dispatching, customer service with attention to detail, some retail sales, social media management as well as other general office-type duties. The position is part time and may lead to a full time in peak season. Pay commensurate with experience. Benefit package available. Send resume with references to: or to: Box A, PO Box 330, Granville, NY 12832

LPNs Shift Openings For:

Full Time & Part Time All Shifts Every Other Weekend Competitive Pay Rates & Benefits Apply Online: Or complete application in person:

17 Madison Street, Granville, NY

Call 518-642-2710



CNAs Shift Openings For:

Full Time, Part Time, & Per Diem All Shifts Every Other Weekend Competitive Pay Rates & Benefits Apply Online: Or complete application in person:

17 Madison Street, Granville, NY

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RNs Shift Openings For:

Full Time, Part Time, & Night Supervisors 3-11, 11-7 Weekends Available Competitive Pay Rates & Benefits Apply Online: Or complete application in person:

17 Madison Street, Granville, NY

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AIRLINE CAREERS begin here- Become an Aviation Maintenance Tech. FAA Approved training. Financial aid if qualified- Housing available. Job placement assistance. Call AIM 877-5345970 DOG NANNY/ HOUSE SITTER Physically active, retired, non smoker to take care of our two small dogs at our home in Wells, VT. Reliable personal transportation required. Owners will be away for 3-10 days at a time, scheduled well in advance throughout the year. 802325-2718

EXPERIENCED HAIRSTYLIST NEEDED FT & PT available, in Granville. Call Mel @ 518-932-1813 PERSONAL CARE PROVIDER to come to our home a few afternoons/wk for elderly woman. 518-282-9149 RUN YOUR HELP WANTED AD with Manchester Newspapers, reach over 47,000 households per week! SCHOOL VAN DRIVER to transpor t students to preschool programs, $12/hour. Wor k from home, school schedule, paid training. Call Durrin Inc, Student Transportation at 518-587-2745.

UTILITY/PRODUCTION PERSONNEL Apply to: Morcon, Inc. 879 State Route 22, Cambridge, NY

261 Randbury Rd Rutland, VT (802) 773-0146


Seeking experienced auto mechanics for our various locations. Must have own tools and valid driver’s license. Competitive wages includes holiday and vacation pay. Applications available at Bruno’s Auto Repair.


Employment To place an ad, call


*Service Coordinator - RN preferred with Social Service/Human Services Degree with service coordination experience. Candidate will have the ability to assist people in community to access services through NYS waiver programs NHTD/TBI. Able to be an advocate for individuals with disabilities. Must be flexible, self-directing, accountable and have experience writing service and care plans. Potential for full-time with competitive benefits. *RN with home care experience - serving individuals in the community with disabilities, care management, flexible, self-directing, exp. with supervising others, coordinating services in accordance with NY waiver programs. Experience with completing RN assessments and developing plans of care. Potential for full-time with competitive benefits. *Personal Care Aides (PCA) - Currently certified or recent personal care experience/homecare experience required. Evening, night & weekend shifts available.


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International Paper Company Ticonderoga, NY

Maintenance I/E Journeyman Instrument repairmen and/or Electricians

International Paper – Ticonderoga Mill Maintenance Department is seeking qualified multi-craft and single-craft Journeyman level personnel for full-time permanent positions.

Candidate must have strong automotive, mechanical & customer service skills. Ability to work in a fast paced environment with attention to detail a must. Experience required. Mail or drop off resume to Bruno’s Auto Repair.

This position will be responsible for calibration, trouble shooting, proper repair, precision installation, successful start-up, and reliability of all related facility equipment. At minimum a journeyman skill level experience in one of the following is required: instrumentation and/or industrial electrical systems. Experience in electrical and pneumatic process controls (transmitters, control valves, DCS equipment, programmable logic controllers, recorders, etc.) three phase motors and controls, lighting, AC and DC drives, and computer literacy in software applications for control systems and troubleshooting is preferred.


Successful candidates must exhibit ability to safely perform assigned tasks in a continually changing environment. To be considered, candidate must be able to work well with others, maintain excellent quality, and continuously drive process improvement. Ability to work a rotating shift in a 24/7/365 environment; as well, must have ability to work in extremely hot, cold conditions, at heights, and in confined spaces. Candidate must be able to repetitively lift, push or pull 50lbs, along with standing, walking, bending, stooping, twisting and turning.

SUPERVISORS Shift Openings For:

Full Time & Part Time 3-11, 11-7, and Every Other Weekend Competitive Pay Rates & Benefits Apply Online:

High school diploma or equivalent and 4+ years of industrial experience required. Associates degree is preferred. Qualified candidates must successfully complete pre-employment screening including computerized assessment test, hands on test, background investigation, physical, drug screen, reference checks, employment and education verifications, and the requirements of the Immigration Reform Act. Multiple visits will be required to complete this process. Please apply via internet at (click “Careers” then “Search Open Positions” highlight “New York”, and click “Submit”, then click on the Appropriate Job, click “Apply”). No applications or resumes will be accepted by mail or at the Ticonderoga Mill. No telephone calls please.

Deadline for applying is April 30th, 2013. International Paper is an Equal Opportunity Employer (M/F/D/V)

Or complete application in person:

17 Madison Street, Granville, NY

Call 518-642-2710



RN NURSE MANAGER Shift Openings For:

Full Time

7a-3p Monday thru Friday with weekend supervisor rotation for 40-bed short-term rehab unit. All RNs with long-term care experience preferred and the manager with rehab nursing experience preferred.

Competitive Pay Rates & Benefits Apply Online: Or complete application in person:

17 Madison Street, Granville, NY

Call 518-642-2710




Cambridge Valley Machining, Inc. 28 Perry Lane, PO Box 160 Cambridge, New York 12816 e-mail: Cambridge Valley Machining, Inc. is actively looking for qualified people to join our team. We have the following positions currently open:

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.


(e-mail us or see website for details):

CNC APPLICATIONS ENGINEER CNC MACHINIST CVM is an equal opportunity employer. EEO-D/V/F/M All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, creed, color, age, genetic disposition, religion or national origin


ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements A LT H O U G H M A N C H E S T E R N E W S PA PERS tries earnestly to check all Classified Advertising submitted for legitimacy and accuracy, we cannot be responsible for ads that may be misleading. 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

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MERCHANDISE Antiques BULLDOG ANTIQUES Formerly Whitehall Flea Market. Is now open!! 518-307-6049

Articles For Sale COAL FOR SALE Anthracite. Rice, Pea, Nut, Stove and Smithing. 518-424-5663 or cell 518-642-9819 DAGGER BLACKWATER 12.5 KAYAK w/ skeg, great condition, detachable splash deck, rescue kit, pump, cartop carry kit, always stored indoors, $750. 802-375-2357 REFRIGERATOR FRIGIDAIRE BLACK side by side 26 cubic. Run well, ice maker never hooked up, $250 you haul. 518-491-7861

Articles For Sale


RUSTIC COMFORTER W/ 2 shams, brand new elk and mule deer motif will fit king or queen, $75. 802-645-9130

ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from home. “Medical, *Business, *Criminal Justice, *Hospitality. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV authorized 877203-1086

STIHL MS290 WOOD BOSS chainsaw with 16” bar, like new, $325. 518-6922328 TREAD CLIMBER EXERCISE machine, treadmill & stepper in one, used very little, great condition, paid $350, will sell for $275 OBO, 802-733-6302


HEAVY EQUIPMENT REPAIR onsite or in shop, $50/ hr. Trucks, backhoes, excavators, dozers, frame repair, brakes,torching & welding. All types of equipment. Day 518-708-4337 or evenings 518-638-6338

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

WOOD LOTS WANTED Top prices paid in cash, Call Central Timber at 518-708-4337 or even 518-638-6338

Musical Instruments 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


1 YEAR DRY HARDWOOD. cut & split $185/cord You Haul. $240 del. within 15 miles. 518-642-0680 AFFORDABLE FIREWOOD By Gould’s. Dry & seasoned hardwood, boiler wood also ava i l a bl e. H E A P ve n d o r. 518-499-0307/518-857-0279

1ST CUTTING SQUARE BALES Never wet. West Rupert, VT 802-394-7729

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Place your ad here starting as low as


per week.

TEN 1” MINI BLINDS for 35/ 36” wide windows. Three 1” mini blinds for 21/22” wide windows. 802-265-3403

ALL CUT SPLIT & DELIVERED Hardwood firewood. Seasoned& Green wood now available, any length. 518642-1558 or 802-855-3974 LOG LENGTH 2-3-4 cord lds $200, $300 & $400. Green C/S $165; Dry C/S $200. 518-638-6338.

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


STUFF FROM THE ATTIC Kids are long gone, grandkids are into hi-tech stuff 50 YEARS OF COLLECTIONS ARE GOING!



Hay & Grain


Bunny rabbit collection - all types about 50 items in all; M&M’s - toys, candy containers, roller coaster, cycle & more, 50-60 items; Horses - ceramic, glass, Breyer,souvenir items etc., 35 items; Matchbox Car cases - several different types; HO Trains - engines, cars, track, powerpacks, buildings, etc., A Lot!; Nutcrackers several different sizes, 12 in all; Elvis - records, books, souvenir items, holiday candy tins, VHS tapes, 30/40 items; Microscope set; Telescope and star books; Doll collection - a dozen, still in boxes; Doll House Furniture - 40/50 pieces; Lighthouse collection - 50 or so; Avon collectable bottles - about 200; Hawthorne Houses Rockwell’s Stockbridge Collection, about 25/30; Hess Trucks - 6; Boy Scout items including 21 Merit Badge booklets; Girl Scout items - about 10; Kids’ Books 1940’s-50’s Golden Books, 35/40 in all; Books on nature - national parks, hiking etc., 45/50; Automobile books - about 30 in new condition; Sports books - 50 or so in excellent condition.


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REAL ESTATE For Sale CAMBRIDGE Adorable 1800’s restored 3bdrm, 2ba on private lane, tur n key. Must see. $135,900. 518225-1194 or 518-686-0092

Land/Lots SALEM 7.58 ACRES sub-divided into 3.79 acres each. Buy 3.79 acres, $19,500 each or 7.58 acres, $35,800. 518-677-5030 or 518-7919823

Mobile/Modular Homes 14x72’ TRAILER in adult park Cambridge, NY. Two bedrooms & two baths. Gas fireplace, porch on front, asking $12,000. Please call 518677-3686 SHASTA TRAVEL TRAILER (2) axel, great camp/storage, 32X12’ office trailer, $1000 OBO. Whitehall, NY. 802-558-1797.

RENTALS Apartments ARLINGTON CENTER 2 BR Apt. 2nd Fl. Sunny Great Room w. Kit Mo to Mo tenancy W&D avail. 1 mo. sec $850 Mo.- inclds. Heat 802375-6119 or 802-375-2344 GRANVILLE- Mettowee Valley Apts - Taking apps 2bdrm $578 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. HOOSICK FALLS Victorian home, 2nd flr, newly renovated, lg 2bdrm. W/D hookup. No util, $740 +sec & ref. 518-686-0092 L A K E S T C AT H E R I N E , WELLS Furnished, 1bdrm w/ dock. $700 inc util, no pets, 1mo sec dep. 518-767-9645 WHITEHALL 1bdrm, includes. heat & hot water, $425/mth, no pets, 1st mth +sec & ref. 206-222-5925

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

Vacation/ Recreational 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 : for more information.

LAND FOR SALE 2 PAWLET BUILDING LOTS with septic designs and state permits in place:

2+/- acre lot with drilled well and outbuilding, 30X42 steel building, 14X26 pole barn, 18X23 chicken coop. 170’ Riverfront with site for camper or gazebo. $85,000 13.1+/- acres with right of way off Maple Grove Road, secluded lot overseeing 945 ft river frontage. 180 degree view of mountains to the East, South and West. Great Solar potential, $185,000

802-325-3118 EVENINGS 802-375-4943 CELL


Every Service For Every Purpose Appliance Repair STAN’S APPLIANCE REPAIR. Refrigeration: Residential & Commercial Reconditioned Appliances & Parts 518-499-0019


All Seasons

Excavator for Hire

REAL ESTATE Classifieds list your home, commercial property or find the perfect real estate investment.

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Cleaning Services

With Rotary Brush Cutter With 22ft Reach

RESIDENTIAL/PROFESSIONAL Yrs of experience. Available weekly, bi-weekly. Call Tina 518-265-7845.

Mowing & Brush Cutting of Ponds, Steep Hills Embankments & Roadsides

Factory Direct Homes of Vermont

We also have multiple versatile brush-hogging & brush-cutting equipment for all your needs.

Electrician JOIN OUR SERVICES DIRECTORY TODAY! 2” Display Ad Special! Call Today! 800-354-4232

DURRUM ELECTRIC Theron Durrum Master Electrician

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EXCAVATING JOBS WANTED Large earth moving and lot clearing, ponds. Residential& commercial septic dug. Drainage ditches & stor m cleanup. NY/VT. 518-638-6338 or cell 518708-4337.

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Providing Singlewide & Doublewide Manufactured Homes and Custom Built Modular Homes

600 Route 7 Pittsford, VT 05763






CLUTTER BUG Organize a small space or the whole place. References, free estimates. 518-495-6676

Snowplowing/Removal Sanding ENVIRONMENTAL

Septic* Standard & Engineered mound systems. Perk tests. Gravel Screened & Unscreened Topsoil, Mason Sand

Painting WALLPAPERING/ PAINTING Free Estimates. Call 802-265-2110

Arxx Systems & Foundations, Waterproofing

Tax Preparation

35 Yrs. Exp. Insured, Local Professional Contractor, Friendly Free Estimates

INCOME TAX REFUNDS IN JUST DAYS! Tax Preparation, E-File, Credit Cards Accepted Joy’s Services 518-642-3230


Lawn Care

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Manufactured Homes


Tree Service

Reasonable Rates Reliable Residential Commercial

BOURN TREE SERVICE Over 30 Years Of Service Fully Insured * Free Est. Brush Chipping * Land Clearing. 518-642-2182

No Job Too Small Or Too Large! CALL ED FOR A FREE ESTIMATE 518-499-0204 Cell 802-236-0436

Advertising your business in our Services Directory is simple! Call today for information! 1-800-354-4232


Looking for that nifty new car, truck or SUV? Check out

AutoMart Weekly right here every week in the classifieds.


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

22 Autos


1991 FORD TAURUS new tires, exhaust & gas tank, inspected, $1,000. 518-6422031

NICE CONDITION! 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo, A/T, V-6, 120K, Clean! $4900/OBO 518-499-1538

1 9 9 9 S AT U R N S L 3 d r, black, auto, sunroof, loaded, high miles, 30+ MPG, $1400/ obo. 518-282-9972 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 2008 AUDI Q4 previous purchased maintenance package transferred with car. 43K, still under warranty, fully loaded, sunroof, $16,500/ obo. 802-235-2765 99 ECLIPSE Blk, 5spd std, sunroof, 110K, sporty, loaded, new timing belt, on rd 30 MPG, $2500/obo. 518-2829972

Auto Wanted 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

Boats 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 S A I L B OAT 1 9 8 9 M A C GREGOR 26 sleeps 6, galley head, 6HP outboard. Extra fuel tank, extra sails, trailer, $2400. 802-265-7960

Four-Wheel Drive


1985 RAM CHARGER 4X4 little surface rust, orig engine, brand new tires & rims, Runs great. $5500. 518-7474565

1994 CHEVY 2500 Silverado 4X4. Recent front brakes, good rubber, tow pkg, inspected. Equipped w/ 8’ Fisher plow & Leer cap, $3000. 518-642-2031

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

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

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

Commercial Vehicles

2000 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 2500, 8’, ext cab, V8, cruise, 61K, EB, EC, one owner, $8000. 518-677-2467

Classic & Antiques

1985 CLASS A 31’ Concession RV food tr uck. 75% complete to sell food on the go. For photos email bcoutant123@roadrunner.c om, $10,500 OBO/Trade. 518-642-8183

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

Four-Wheel Drive 1992 FORD BRONCO 5 liter auto, 4WD, 174K, Minute Mount plow, $2950. 518-3214662

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

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

Recreational 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

ATV’s /Snowmobiles

Pickups, Trucks, Vans

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 ATV-250CC 5 speed, yellow. Like new- Demo. 30 miles, not a scratch, $1700. 802438-2910

1999 FORD RANGER red, extended cab w/ cap, mileage 16,200, good condition, $3,500. 518-744-7751

Tires, Parts, Accessories (4) GENERAL ALTIMAX TIRES Fit Subaru Outback, all mounted on new rims, 225/60, 16”, 5000 miles, $240/obo. 802-375-2357

Pickups, Trucks, Vans 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


Monday-Friday 10AM-8PM Saturday 8AM-6PM Sunday 10AM-6PM

518-854-7930 24 OLD CASTLE GREEN LN GRANVILLE, NY 12832

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