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Easter egg hunts and religious services are both signs of the season. Consider Bardwell in Rupert is hosting a major egg hunt on Sunday. See page 5.

Easter celebrations

Lakes Region

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Using an eVermont grant, Castleton Free Library is offering a free, hands-on workshop on Internet safety basics, from 7 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, April 10, in collaboration with the Vermont State Colleges. There is no need to preregister; all are welcome. This is the first of three consecutive Tuesday workshops about the Internet; they all take place in the computer lab in room 159 of the Stafford building on the Castleton State College campus. The others are on social media and "free stuff on the Internet." For more information, contact Charlotte Gerstein at 802-4686409 or charlotte.gerstein@

Area churches offer wide range of Easter weekend services By Bill Toscano Anyone willing to rise early Easter morning will have a wide variety of services to choose among. One is a regional event, the annual Easter Son-Risen Service sponsored by the Mettowee Valley Ecumenical Council, at 6:30 Easter

morning at Veterans Park on Quaker Street in Granville. The United Methodist churches in Vermont have a series of events planned. The Wells United Church will have a 7 a.m. sunrise service on Eastern morning, followed by a com-

munity breakfast, then services at 8:30 a.m. The Fair Haven United Methodist Church will do its sunrise service at 6:30 a.m., with breakfast at 7 and the service at 8:30. In Poultney, the United Methodist

See EASTER, pg. 2

Teachers strike over work rules n Standardizing practices between schools may be part of final issue By Bill Toscano

Teachers were doing sign waves in Poultney recently, in advance of the final negotiations.

Students in Wells, Poultney, Middletown Springs and Tinmouth were out of school unexpectedly this week because local teachers disagree with changes that would have put all the local unions under unified contract language for rules like

teacher hours and scheduling. “They want to micromanage our school day,” said Kaitlin Cioffi, a Poultney High School biology teacher and the spokeswoman of the Poultney Teachers Association, the Rutland Southwest Education Association and the Middletown Springs Education Association. The board proposal would have added contract sections

See STRIKE, pg. 3

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Olde tyme maple dinner coming to Woodmen's It happens only once a year and it only happens here in Wells. The Wells United Methodist Church will be presenting this feast on Saturday, April 14,at the Moder n Woodmen's Hall on Main Street (Route 30). Serving will start at 4:30 p.m. The hostess Phyllis will be welcoming you to this fantastic meal. Start off with a lush, 20-plus item salad bar, topped off by five distinct varieties of Sue’s maple dressings. Oops, don’t miss that old crock of pickles at the table’s end. Audrey will be working hard to get all those eggs boiled just right in maple sap. Gardner, Charlie, Ken and Hank will be diligently working on the main course of maple glazed ham and Vermont mashed potatoes. You’ll probably need some maple baked beans and maple brown bread to go along with that. Need a little more zing?

Try our maple mustard, maple pepper or maple vinegar. Beverages are maple coffee, maple tea, milk and juice. Heading up our server crew will be Maryann, Bonnie, Peg and Lisa. Hum, you’re still hungry? Okay, there is ice cream and maple cookies. There are jugs of maple syrup on the tables just in case you need a little more. There is no other meal like this one. You’ll find out that maple isn’t just for pancakes anymore. The adult price is $12 each. Children 10 and under are $6 each. Children 4 and under are free. Takeouts are available at $13 each. If you’re coming from away, you may wish to make a reservation. Please join us and enjoy this unique maple experience. For further information please contact Bill at 802-325-3203 or Maryann via e-mail at


Church of Dorset and East Rupert invites everyone in the region to an unveiling of the curtain covering the church’s Tiffany window at 10 a.m. on Easter Sunday. The church is off Route 30 at 143 Church St. in Dorset. Our Lady of Seven Dolors in Fair Haven will celebrate a 7 p.m., Good Friday Mass and a 7:30 p.m. vigil on Holy Saturday. Easter Mass will be at 9 a.m. St. Francis Cabrini Catholic Church in West Pawlet will celebrate an 11 a.m. Easter Mass.

Continued from front page Church will have a sunrise service at 6:15 a.m. on Cemetery Hill and a 10 a.m. Easter service. The Pawlet Community Church will have a service at noon Good Friday and services at 6:30 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. on Easter. In celebration of the Resurrection, the United

Vermatzah … tasty, local and eco-kosher By James Schubert The Jewish holiday of Passover begins today, April 6. The eight-day holiday is a time for the Jewish community to remember their ancestors’ exodus from Egypt and their freedom from slavery. Known in Hebrew as Pesach, the time of Passover recalls the story in the Book of Exodus when they were freed from the Egyptian pharaoh’s slavery as Moses led the Israelites from Egypt to Israel. The Halakhah is the collective body of Jewish laws and customs. It describes the prohibition of chametz during Passover: any grain that has been that has been wetted and allowed to leaven. At the time of the Exodus, the Israelites did not have enough time to allow their dough to rise, so it was quickly cooked instead. The result was a flat, cracker-like bread known as matzah. Matzah, and the eating of it as part of Passover, are major parts of the tradition. Like all food in the Jewish faith, it has to be kosher or kashrut. The kashrut, or Jewish dietary laws, have very specific rules for matzah; a couple of examples are cleaning all utensils and work surfaces regularly to prevent chametz from entering the matzah, and it has to baked in under 18 minutes to prevent leavening. Naga Bakehouse in Middletown Springs is in its third year of making Vermatzah, a locally sourced and baked matzah for Passover. In the words of Doug Freilich of Naga Bakehouse’s, it has an authentic and earthy taste. Vermatzah is in a traditional round shape, keeping with ancient hand-making techniques. Vermatzah also uses organic Vermont wheat, and emmer, an ancient grain. “We use emmer because it was found in many areas where the where the religious stories took place.” Freilich said. He said the ancient grain helps bring one closer to the root message of the Jewish holiday. St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Granville, NY, will hold a 6 p.m. Good Friday service. On Holy Saturday, St. Mary’s will have a 9 a.m. morning prayer, blessing of the food at noon and the Easter vigil at 7 p.m. Easter Masses will be celebrated at 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. An Easter egg hunt will follow the 10:30 Mass. There will be an early Easter service at the House of Angels on Route 31, Poultney, at 7:30 Easter morning. A brief service will be led by Don Duncan

Vermatzah is handmade at the Naga Bakehouse in Middletown Springs.

Eco-kosher follows laws in the kashrut, but with an emphasis on sustainable and organic agricultural practices. “It goes beyond the traditional definition of kosher.” Freilich said. But is it really kosher? “It’s very tasty, but I wouldn’t use it for Passover,” said Rabbi Doug Weber, of the Rutland Jewish Center. Weber said he tried Vermatzah, and that he would eat it yearround, but it won’t use it for Passover because it lacks

kosher certification. Even though it’s hand-made and the bakehouse follows kashrut laws, it’s not certified kosher. Since eco-kosher is a relatively new term in the Jewish community, there is no organization that is tasked with certifying products that meet eco-kosher rules; but there are organizations for traditional kosher certification, like OK Kosher Certification, one of the largest certification agencies in the Jewish community. For a small business like Naga Bakehouse, it can be difficult to obtain kosher certification. “It’s an economy of scale issue, since we make small hand-made batches, trying to get certified is expensive.” Freilich said. Weber said that for local sales, he can certify products, like Vermatzah, as kosher. Even though Weber can certify something is kosher for the local area. Companies like Naga Bakehouse sell their products out of state, thus they would either have to turn to one of the larger kosher certification agencies, or ask a local rabbi in each state they’re selling in to certify it, both costly and timeconsuming options.

and Pastor Tim Bohley of Jacob’s Well Ministry, Cambridge. The Granville Baptist Church, 23 Quaker St., will hold a 9:30 a.m. Easter service. Trinity Episcopal in Granville will hold a Saturday service at 6 p.m. for the vigil and the Easter service will be at 10 a.m. Sunday. The United Church of Granville will host its Easter service at 10 a.m. Sunday at the Church Street building. Granville Baptist Church

will have its regular Sunday morning service at 9:30 a.m. The West Hebron, NY, church will be open all day today and Holy Saturday for personal prayer. An Easter egg hunt is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the church, then Easter sunrise service and continental breakfast at 6:30 at the Napiwocki home on Kilburn Road in Cossayuna, NY. Easter services will be held at the church at 10:30 a.m. For further information, call (518) 854-3729.

Vermatzah is also “ecokosher,” a spin-off of traditional kosher rules and practices, but with an Earth focus. The term eco-kosher was coined in the 1970s by Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, an early founder of the Jewish Renewal movement and the P’Nai Or religious fellowship.

‘... It’s very tasty, but I wouldn’t use it for Passover.’ Rabbi Doug Weber, Rutland Jewish Center

Observations of business owner lead to burglary arrest n Restaurateur tailed suspect into Vermont, watched sale of goods

The observations of a local business owner who witnessed someone burglarize his property led to an arrest by Whitehall police on Sunday. Gary J. Parker, 43, of Whitehall, was charged with third-degree burglary and fourth-degree grand larceny, both felonies, after he alleg-

edly stole power tools and other property from a storage area behind Lucia’s Restaurant. He was also arrested at the Wa s h i n g t o n County Correctional Facility for possession of prison contraband. The exact charge had not been determined before deadline. Police said Dave Waters, the owner of the property, witnessed Parker drive away from the property with several tools early Sunday evening.

Waters followed Parker into Vermont, where he disposed of the items in Benson, before getting a ride back to Whitehall with another man, Robert Charles, of Vermont. Waters notified the police of the suspect’s whereabouts and officers stopped the car a short time later on Doig Street and arrested Parker. Charles was charged with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle but was not arrested in connection with

the thefts. The items that were stolen were recovered. Parker was arraigned in Fort Ann town court and remanded to the Washington County Correctional Facility for lack of bail. The case was handled by Whitehall Police Department Sgt. Richard LaChapelle. Whitehall police were also assisted by the Washington County sheriff ’s office and Vermont state police.

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Wells United Methodist offers youth fellowship breakfast free breakfast, one for 50 percent off or one for 25 percent off. Some may even just say have a wonderful day. The menu is pancakes, sausage, eggs made your way, fresh fruit, homemade muffins, coffee, tea, hot

Wells United Methodist Churches Youth Fellowship pancake breakfast is April 14 from 7 to 11 a.m. This month the Easter Bunny left some special Easter eggs. Crack one open and you could receive a

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but not a settlement. The teachers’ union, which has set up picket lines, said it had agree to the boards’ demands on salary, on three of a possible four years on health insurance premium co-payments and to stop step increases if a contract expires without another in place. They also agreed with the boards to allow distance learning in the system. What the teachers disagreed with, and the reason for the strike, was a series of proposed changes in contract wording. The Rutland Southwest Supervisory Union boards wanted to standardize language across all the unions. Vermont NEA spokesman Darren Allen said that the boards wanted to change lan-

Strike Continued from front page that would have given the school boards power over scheduling and assigning teachers, over the teacher school year and over specifics of the teachers’ school day schedule. The board wanted control over any right or function regarding teacher duties, even if they had been established through past practice. With the changes, the boards would have been able to decide how long the teachers would have worked each day and would have been able to structure teachers’ time. One issue involved given teachers planning periods at the end of the school day rather than during it. No new negotiations are scheduled. The teachers voted to go on strike shortly after midnight Wednesday after seven hours of bargaining produced progress,

guage in the contract that would give administration more control over teachers. He also said there were indications that the boards wanted to hire noncertified personnel for nonteaching positions. “The last offer on the table came from the teachers,” he said. “The teachers accepted everything they wanted, but asked that there be no changes in the contract language.” “There were a number of work rules that the teachers would not agree to,” said regional Superintendent Joan Paustian. “These were workingday rules.” Although Wells teachers are on strike, buses from Wells to Granville High School are still running.

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Twig Remembers George Poulous I was in Hudson Falls a few years back chasing a huge part for my Subaru when I passed a small yellow “Little Venus Restaurant.” I stopped in and asked. The owner told me that George had sold it to him. And a few years later he passed on.


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They outgrew that small building and moved into a large house right in the heart of Eastside Bomoseen and off they went. Her dream of creating her own little “Royal’s Hearthside” had come true. May God be with you, Joanne Rinquist. Twig Canfield

become friends of mine wanted me to be there because I reminded them of him. I went and I had more fun. I had been a bartender so I knew the ins and outs about how to keep up a conversation. But it was all these little things that I had learned by listening when old-timers were talking. That’s where the local folklore and the local history is.

Catherine, thank you so much, it’s the good people like you who helped me through the down sides of my life. And thank you for being a friend. I hope that God has a seat for you right next to Saint Catherine herself. May God be with you Catherine Pelligrino. Twig Canfield

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Together they raised a nice group of young men and women. Now what better legacy could you leave behind than that? May God be with you, Judie Rooker. Twig Canfield

Card of Thanks The family of our beloved Milly Sheldrick expresses our sincerest heartfelt thanks to the many families, friends and neighbors in the town of West Haven and of the surrounding communities for embracing us with your love, compassion and

caring acts of kindness during our loss. It is with gratitude of our hearts — we will always remember you for your thoughtfulness, comfort and support. David J. Sheldrick Sr. and family


ARC thanks supporters To the editor: ARC-Rutland Area would like to thank voters for approving funding on your city or town ballots and budgets. Your support helps folks with developmental challenges and their families find Advocacy, Resources and Community essential to their functionality and well-being. This year, ARC is joining the campaign to “Spread the word to end the word.” The “R” word can be hurtful and derogatory so why use it? Unfortunately, it is still in our legal corporate name, even though we rarely use it. The time has come to drop it all together. Federal and state wording has changed as well.

This is a delicate matter as we wish to be easily identified by our supporters and consumers. Feel free to offer any input toward this goal. You can write ARC-Rutland Area, 128 Merchants Row, Suite 302, Rutland, VT 05701-5915, call 7751370 or email arcrutlandarea@ Check out our website at /~arcrutland. Again, we would like to thank our many supporters for their faith in ARC-Rutland Area and for your part in helping folks live as equally-valued citizens in our communities. Sincerely, Sherry Boudreau, Board president

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Easter Egg hunt at Consider Bardwell Consider Bardwell Farm will hold its first Easter egg hunt on the farmhouse lawn from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Farm, which is at 1333 West Route 153 in West Pawlet, Vt. All children up to 12 years of age are welcome to participate in the free event. Many games and prizes will be available. Dance the “Bunny Hop,” play egg rolling games, or find the very rare golden goose egg which will be hidden very well. Visitors should bring their own baskets to collect the eggs. The farm’s baby goats will be

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out to greet everyone. As of last week, there were 108 kid goats. A contest will be held to predict how many goats will be there at the event. The Easter bonnet parade will follow after the egg hunt with a short stroll around the lawn. There will be prizes. A country buffet brunch will be available from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for $10. Brunch will be served indoors as well on the outside covered patio overlooking the pond. For the brunch, please RSVP to the farm at 645-9928.

Benefit for Loomis family April 21 Friends of the Loomis family have planned a fund-raising event for 6 to 11 p.m., Saturday, April 21, at the Middle Granville Fire Department. The event will raise money to help the family, which lost its home in a fire last month. There will be a benefit ziti dinner, as well as a basket party, and music and dancing. The cost is $10 for adults and

children, and 12 and under are free. Additional basket raffle tickets are $2 each. The cost for take-out meals is $6. Organizers are looking for donations of ziti and baked goods, as well as basket donations. For further information, please call Kelly at 345-5068, Colleen at 538-9343 or Janice at 345-5078.

Haystack Hustlers to meet April 10 The Haystack Hustlers Seniors monthly potluck lunch will be held at noon, Tuesday, April 10 at the Pawlet Community Church. Before lunch , the group members will try their skill at golf putting. Come early for the fun. Richard and Cindy Larson will talk to about their new barn and installation of solar

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Discussion on barns April 19 The Pawlet Historical Society will hold a program at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, April 19, at the Mettawee Community School: The topic is the old barns of the region, presented by Joshua Phillips, director of the Vermont Barn Census, and Bill Krattinger, historic preservation specialist. Admission is free.

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The Slate Valley Museum’s “Rivals in Slate Brothers in War” exhibit about the region during the Civil War is getting an extended run because of the flood damage caused by Tropical Storm Irene. The museum expected to have a new exhibit up by now, but after needing six months to recover from the flooding, Kate Weller, the Andre Fleche Howard Coffin museum’s director, said from Castleton. He worked with the next exhibit will most likely his students and the school open in August. “We’re going to library and discovered more focus on the Byzantine Catholic than 20 of the men were slate Church in the Slate Valley and workers. how it was supported by slate Fleche will return at 2 p.m., workers.” Much of that exhibit April 21 for a lecture based on will focus on the Slovaks in the his new book, “The Revolution region. of 1861.” His focus is on the But until then, Bob international aspects of the Isherwood, the museum’s eduwar and how they had an impact cation coordinator, has been on immigration and nationalputting together some additionism. al Civil War programming One of the highlights of the Andre Fleche, a professor at series come at 2 p.m., May 5, Castleton State College, will be when re-enactor Steve Trimm at the museum at 2 p.m. April 7 visits as Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, for a presentation about the speaking from 1865, just as the Civil War soldiers conscripted war ended. Trimm is well


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MANCHESTER A Spring Craft Fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday, April 6, at Equinox Village in Manchester. Handknitted items, custom jewelry, soaps, beeswax candles, and oneof-a-kind accessories will be offered. GRANVILLE Everyone is invited to a Good Friday Worship Service at noon on April 6 at the Trinity Episcopal Church on E. Main Street in Granville. And, an Easter Son-Risen Service will be held at 6:30 a.m. on Sunday, April 8, at Veterans Park on Quaker Street in Granville. Information: Pastor Jim Peterson at 642-2245, or email MANCHESTER Zion Episcopal Church at 5167 Main Street, Route 7A in Manchester Center, will hold services as follows: Noon to 1 p.m. Good Friday, April 6 at the church; 6:15 a.m. Easter sunrise service atop Equinox Mountain, Skyline Drive, Sunderland (gates open 5:30 a.m.); and 8 and 10 a.m. Easter, April 8, at the church. An Easter egg hunt will follow the 10 a.m. service. Information: 802-3621987, or email WEST PAWLET The West Pawlet Spring Farmers’ Market will be open from 4 to 7 p.m. on Fridays at the Fish and Game Club building. WHITEHALL American Legion Post 83 at 148 Main St. in Whitehall invites everyone to its Friday Fish Fry from 4:30 to 7 p.m. on April 6. This meal is served each Friday, with few exceptions. Information: 518-499-2482. WELLS The Wells Historical Society will meet on Friday, April 6, at the Modern Woodmen of America Building off Route 30 in Wells. The society’s annual pancake supper will be served at 6 p.m., followed by discussion on plans for the Wells 250th charter anniversary celebration later this year. Bill Clark will report on this season’s maple production, and a framed display of William Norton’s history and artifacts will be unveiled.

Everyone will be welcome. WHITEHALL Elks Lodge 1491 at 5 Elks Way in Whitehall will host Friday Night Bingo at 7 p.m. on April 6. Featured will be a $500 jackpot special. This bingo is held each Friday, with few exceptions. Information: 518-499-1491.

SAT 4/7 MANCHESTER Heartworks of Vermont will hold a Clothing Giveaway from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, April 7, in the gymnasium at the Maple Street School in Manchester. Available will be spring and summer clothing for adults and children. Donations of clean, sorted clothing in good condition will be accepted from 3:30 to 6 p.m. on Friday, April 6, at the school. Information: Lisa Kelly at 375-3753. WEST PAWLET A Spring Flea Market and Easter Food Sale will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 7, at the West Pawlet Firehouse. Offered will be regular and sugar-free pies, decorated cakes, cookie platters, and more. There also will be an Easter egg hunt for ages 8 to 12, with prizes for all ages, raffles, a 50/50, and lunch will be available. Information: Edna at 802-6450174. WELLS The Modern Woodmen of America will host a Super Saturday Double Header Bingo on April 7 at its hall off Route 30 in Wells. Doors will open at 9 a.m., with a free lunch at 11 a.m., and bingo at noon. Doors will open for the second bingo at 4 p.m., with games at 6 p.m. Cost: $25 in advance, $30 at the door, for one bingo; $35 both bingos. Information: MWA Hall at 802-645-0323, or Dan at 518-487-0397. RUTLAND The Green Mountain Club will offer a three to four-mile Hike (easy or more challenging routes available) at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 7, at Split Rock and Bald Peak in Pittsford. Meet at Main Street Park, near the east end of the fire station off Center Street in Rutland City. Information: Tom Copps at 774-5144. MANCHESTER Author/historian Jason Emerson will present his new book, “Giant in the Shadows: The Life of Robert T. Lincoln,” at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 7, in the Beckwith Room at Hildene in Manchester. More than a biography, this book is a “tale of American achievement in the Gilded Age and the endurance of the Lincoln legacy.” Book signings will follow each presentation in Hildene’s museum store. Information: 802-367-7960, or ARLINGTON St. James Episcopal Church will hold an Easter Holiday Bake Sale from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 7, at the Arlington Community Club, across from the church on Route 7A in Arlington. Pies, breads, cakes, brownies, cookies and more will be offered. GRANVILLE All children are invited to the Pember Library at 33 W. Main Street in Granville for an “Eggstravaganza” at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 7. Crafts, stories, an egg hunt, and refreshments will be featured. Information: 518-642-2525. DORSET The Dorset Public Library will host a Coffee Reception with artist Mimi Turton

from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 7. Mimi’s paintings, mostly landscapes and water scenes, will be exhibited at the library during April and all of the works will be offered for sale. Information: 802867-5774. GRANVILLE The Washington County Democratic Committee invites everyone to test their bowling skills at noon on Saturday, April 7, at the Granville Lanes and Fun Center on Route 24. Cost: $20, including rentals, lanes and shoes. No prior bowling experience is needed, trophies and prizes will be awarded, and spectators will be welcome. Information: Summer Downing at 642-1596, or www. WHITEHALL The Sons of the American Legion invite everyone to a Chicken Barbecue from noon until sold out on Saturday, April 7, at the American Legion Hall, 148 Main Street in Whitehall. Takeouts will be available. Cost: $9. Free delivery will be provided within the village limits. Information: 518-4992482. MANCHESTER Nationally recognized garden writer Charlie Nardozzi will speak on “Edible Gardening for Everyone” from 2 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 7, in the Hunter Seminar Room at Burr and Burton Academy, 57 Seminary Avenue in Manchester. For beginners and experienced gardeners. Cost: $10 suggested donation, or pay what you can. Information: Rich Thompson Tucker at 802549-8135, email, or visit ARLINGTON An opening reception for an exhibition of work by award-winning photographer Uno Frandfors will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 7, at the Canfield Gallery of the Martha Canfield Library in Arlington. Information: 802-375-6153. PAWLET The Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Supper Club invites everyone to a Roast Pork Dinner at 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 7, at the Pawlet Community Church. Takeouts may be ordered on April 7 at 802-325-3022. Cost: $10 adults; $6 ages 6 to 12; free 5 and younger. Information: Doreen Mach at 325-3428, or Judy Coolidge at 325-3073. RUTLAND The 1964 movie classic, “Doctor Strangelove: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb,” starring Peter Sellers, George C. Scott, and other Hollywood luminaries, will be screened at 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 7, at the Paramount Theatre in Rutland. Information/tickets: 802-775-0903.

SUN 4/8 MANCHESTER A Manchester area Community Ecumenical Easter Sunrise Service will be held at 6:45 a.m. on Sunday, April 8, on the porch of the Dormy Grill, overlooking the golf course on Union Street in Manchester. Coffee, cocoa and doughnuts will follow in the vestry of the First Congregational Church in Manchester. Information: Rev. Dickinson at 867-5976. FAIR HAVEN American Legion Post 49 at 72 S. Main St. in Fair Haven invites everyone to an allyou-can-eat Breakfast Buffet from 8 to 11 a.m. on Sunday, April 8. Cost: $7 adults; $3.50 ages 3 to 10; free 2 and younger. This break-

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FRI 4/13 The Modern Woodmen of America will host a Super Saturday Double Header Bingo on April 7 at its hall off Route 30 in Wells. Doors will open at 9 a.m., with a free lunch at 11 a.m., and bingo at noon. Doors will open for the second bingo at 4 p.m., with games at 6 p.m. Cost: $25 in advance, $30 at the door, for one bingo; $35 both bingos. Information: MWA Hall at 802-645-0323, or Dan at 518-487-0397. fast is held on the second Sunday each month, with few exceptions. Information: 802-265-7983. DORSET In celebration of the resurrection, the United Church of Dorset and East Rupert invites everyone to an unveiling of the curtain covering the church’s Tiffany window at 10 a.m. on Easter Sunday, April 8. You’ll find the church off Route 30 at 143 Church Street in Dorset. Information: 867-2260, or email

TUE 4/10 RUTLAND The American Cancer Society’s “Look Good…Feel Better” program for female cancer patients will be offered from 10 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, April 10, at Rutland Regional Medical Center. Attendees will learn beauty techniques to help them feel good about how they look during cancer treatments. Registration is requested with Rhonda Rockwell at 802773-0032. PAWLET The Haystack Hustler Seniors group will meet for a Potluck Lunch at noon on Tuesday, April 10, at the Pawlet Community Church on Route 133. Come early for some golf putting and later hear Rich and Cynthia Larson speak about their new barn and the installation of solar PV panels on it. Reservations are requested with Phyllis Mason at 325-3196. GRANVILLE Everyone is invited to a Chicken and Biscuit Dinner from 4 to 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 10, at the Slate Valley Masonic Center, 95 North Street in Granville. Takeouts will be available. Cost: $8 adults; $4 ages 5 to 12; free 4 and younger.

WED 4/11 CASTLETON The GFWC Castleton Woman’s Club will meet on Wednesday, April 11, at the Medical Chapel on the Castleton State College campus. Included will be a light lunch at noon, business meeting at 12:30 p.m., and a program with Bonnie Ennis of Heilsamr Bakery at 1 p.m. Bonnie will speak on family heirloom recipes and everyone will be welcome. Information: Linda at 273-2086.

MANCHESTER The Green Mountain Academy for Lifelong Learning will offer a Documentary Film Discussion Group with retired journalist and teacher Shirley Perlman from 2 to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, April 11 and 25, and May 9. “The Fog of War,” “The Wyeths: A Father and His Family,” and “Waiting for Superman” will be discussed. Information/registration: Renee Bornstein at 802-362-1199, or GRANVILLE The Granville Democratic Committee will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 11, at the Village of Granville Meeting Room, 51 Quaker Street, across from Stewart’s Shop. All Granville registered Democrats, especially those newly registered, are encouraged to attend. Information: Nicholas Silitch at 642-8086. MANCHESTER Ellen Ecker Ogden, author of “The Complete Kitchen Garden,” will make a photo presentation, “Basic Garden Design,” from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 11, at the Mark Skinner Library, 48 West Road in Manchester. And from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 18, you’ll create your own design during a hands-on workshop. Cost for both classes: $30 ($18 basic garden design only), with proceeds benefiting the library. Information/registration: 802-362-2607, or email

THU 4/12 BENNINGTON The Vermont Reads Program will present Thomas Redden, a history and politics professor at Southern Vermont College in Bennington, who will lead a discussion on “Why We Love and Hate War: Reflections on the American Civil War.” You’ll find this event in the college’s Everett Mansion Theatre from 2:15 to 3:15 p.m. Free and open to all. Information: Andrea Robare at 802-447-6311, or email MANCHESTER Yoshi Akiyama, deputy director of the American Museum of Fly Fishing, will display and discuss the most remarkable ties from the museum’s collection at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 12, at the Mark Skinner Library in Manchester. A fly tying demonstration and question/answer session

PITTSTOWN The Pittstown United Methodist Church off Route 7 in Pittstown Village will hold a Spring Rummage Sale from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, April 13, and 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, the 14th. Clothing, jewelry, books, toys, and household goods will be offered. Fill a bag on Saturday for only $2, or fill two bags and get the third bag free. Baked goods and other food also will be for sale both days. Information/to donate items: Viv at 518-663-5522. RUTLAND AREA The Rutland Area Visiting Nurse Association and Hospice will offer Blood Pressure and Foot Care Clinics as follows: 10 a.m. Friday, April 13, Rupert Firehouse; 1:15 p.m. Wednesday, April 18, The Meadows (residents only), Rutland; and 3:15 p.m. April 18, The Gables (residents only), Rutland. Cost: $2 blood pressure; $5 foot care. Information: 802-775-0568. RUTLAND The Vermont Actors’ Repertory Theatre will present an original work, “Vermont Writers… in Play,” at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, April 13, and 2 and 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 14, at the Paramount Theatre, 30 Center Street in Rutland. There’ll be a dinner/theatre package available for the 2 p.m. show, featuring a three-course meal from Roots the Restaurant. Show tickets: $15. Show/dinner: $55. Tickets: 802-775-0903. Information:

SAT 4/14 MANCHESTER The Southern Vermont Arts Center off West Road in Manchester will offer an oil painting workshop, “Ideas for Painting Water,” with local artist Andrew Orr, from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 14. You’ll learn techniques for painting water as part of the landscape. Information/registration: Sarah Warren at 802-3621405, Ext. 10, or


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Mettawee celebrates strings Mettawee Community School invites the public to a fundraising event in support of the after-school string program. This event will be held at the Pawlet Public Library on Saturday, April 28, from 1 to 3 p.m. The string program allows interested second to sixth-grade students a chance to learn their choice of either violin or cello in a small group setting. The instruments are provided to the students to use throughout the year so they may practice at home. This fun, family friendly event will be a day of arts enrichment. The well known violinist, Mary Barron, who is the program’s teacher, will perform at 2:15. Some of the current strings students will be entertaining throughout the day. There will be an opening reception for West Pawlet artist Heidi Hammel, along with works of

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classes and so much more. There will also be a bake sale and card sale of student art work. For further information contact the Heidi Hammel at 645-9051 or Lisa Hoyt at 645-9009.

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In recognition of their participation in a wellness initiative, the Town of Castleton has been presented a check in the amount of $3,652 from the association that insures them. The Vermont League of Cities and Towns Health Trust will deliver cash rewards in health insurance rate credits to the municipalities that successfully completed the fifth year of its leader program. “We are very pleased to be able to reward our members financially for a job well done,” said Heidi Joyce, senior health promotion consultant with VLCT. “We know that our leader program asks a lot of our members, and we are very excited that they rose to the occasion and made wellness a priority.” Castleton’s coordinators for this program are Melanie

Combs and Jill Potter. They filled out a benchmark survey early in the year, and then again in October to measure their progress and receive a final score. Actions by the town, such as setting up a health and safety committee or hosting a flu shot clinic, were rewarded, as were actions by individual employees, such as quitting smoking, completing a health risk assessment, or exercising more frequently. The town also submitted underlying documentation for audit purposes. The Select Board has authorized 100 percent of the check amount to be used as an incentive for employees to participate in the various wellness programs that are available; the Town’s safety committee will administer these funds.

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Castleton professor to Coaches discuss Civil War draft honor The Civil War was a time of brother against brother, the nation versus itself. Men from across the north, including the Lakes Region, were drafted into the union effort. These men fought the Confederate Army in some of America’s historic battles almost 150 years ago. Professor Andre Fleche of Castleton State College will host a presentation on research into conscripted men in Castleton on April 7 at 2 p.m. at the Slate Valley Museum in Granville, NY. The Calvin Coolidge Library at Castleton State College came into possession of Castleton’s militia roster in 2007. It was complied by the Castleton selectmen at the behest of the

Lincoln Fellowship Steve Morneau from Horace Mann presented The Horace Mann Abraham Lincoln Fellowship Award to Poultney High School teacher Liz LeBrun. She came in fifth in the country and will be traveling to Springfield for a week in July learning all there is to learn about the life and times of Abraham Lincoln.

state and federal government during a time when manpower for the war effort was sorely needed. Fleche worked with his students and the college’s library for over a year and a half to compile information about conscripted men in Castleton. The project called “Conscripting Castleton,” uncovered a lot of interesting information about these men, for example they discovered that 20 of the conscripted men were slate workers, one of the major industries for the area at that time. Fleche will discuss the findings at 2 p.m. April 7 at the Slate Valley Museum in Granville, NY as part of the museum’s Civil War Saturday series.

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Lambert Marc Lambert is about to open the softball season with his Granville High School team, but the veteran coach has a long-lasting memory from his winter season as a basketball official in Vermont. At the senior all-star game, Lambert received the first Darrell Sawyer Award as the best official in the state, as voted on by the members of the Vermont Basketball Coaches Association. “It’s certainly humbling,” said Lambert, who lives in Poultney and did 40 high school and nine college games this season. “Part of it is that it’s the first year they gave the award. To get it in the first year is a real honor.” Lambert is in his 15th season of Marc Lambert doing high school games and just completed his first at the college level. The way he looks at it, the award is not just about how he calls the game. “For something like this, it’s part the game you call and part about dealing with the coaches,” he said. “I think part of it is because I am a coach, too, and I know how I like officials to deal with me.” Lambert has coached baseball at Granville in the past and is in his first season as head softball coach. He has officiated a total of 15 Vermont state championship basketball games. The award is named after longtime Vermont coach Darrell Sawyer, who died recently.

Easter play For Easter, First Baptist Church of Fair Haven is presenting “Forever Loved,” a Christian musical based on the book of Hosea. The actors are members of the church family. There will be two showings: Saturday, April 7, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, April 8, at 11 a.m.

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Pember Library and Museum The Pember Library & Museum is pleased to announce the full slate of featured artists for April’s First (“Fly Fishing”) Friday. Actually this is our second First Friday for fly-fishing (say that three times fast if you can!) April 1 is the opening of trout fishing season and as both museums are located on the banks of a world-class trout stream, the mighty Mettowee, we will feature the expert flytying demonstrations of two world-class fly-fisherman, Ron Duel and former Fly Fishing Museum executive director, Gary Tanner. Also world class is Adriano Manocchia, whose bald eagle painting was chosen to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the U.S. Constitution by the U.S. Bicentennial Committee, with the image reproduced on a poster and collector plate. Manocchia is internationally recognized as one of the leading sports painters. His paintings have won the prestigious OWAA/DuPont Art Award in 1989 through 1991. His

Correction The date was wrong in the “Bowl for soldiers” brief in the last edition. Granville Lanes will host a local edition of the national fundraiser, “Bowl for Our Soldiers” from 10:30 a.m. to noon on April 21. Cost is $12 and prizes will be available. For further information, please contact Lila at 642-1626 or Candy at 642-9855.

Paintings by Adriano Manocchia will be on display this Friday. art has appeared in Gray’s Sporting Journal, Flyfishing, Fly Rod & Reel, Collector Editions, Outdoor Life, Premiere (Monte Carlo), Wildlife Art, Conservationist, Pescare (Italy), Flyfishing Quarterly, Bugle, U.S. Art, Sporting Classics, and Flyfisher (Japan). Following a sold out show at the American Museum of Fly Fishing in Manchester, Vt., in 1992, Adriano traveled to Europe to introduce his work and was the featured artist at the 8th Annual International Fishing Expo in Verona, Italy. For your listening pleasure, Don Cahn will provide the music for the evening and there will, as always, be delicious local tastings from O’Callahan’s, the newest eating establishment on Main Street.

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Heritage CU starts work on new facility Heritage Family Credit Union has announced the groundbreaking of their new operations center which took place on March 28 at 26 Allen St., Rutland. The facility, which previously housed the Army Reserve’s Maintenance Support Facility, will be completely renovated over the next 12 months and will compliment Heritage Family Credit Union’s retail buildings at 30 Allen St. and 50 West St. The new operations center has been designed by BMA Architects and Plans, with Russell Construction Co. overseeing the project as general

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And finally, the Slate Valley Museum is fully back in the swing of things on First Friday’s. Kerry O. Furlani’s elegant slate aphorisms gives a whole new twist to the idea of something “being written in stone.” First Fridays are from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Pember at 33 West Main St. and the Slate Valley Museum at 17 Water St.

half-time show with audience participation and

post game

autographs! Sponsored by:

The NeighborWorks Home Efficiency Assistance Team will give a one-hour presentation at the Castleton Free Library at 7 p.m., Tuesday, April 10. Topics include will include how to make a home warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer, how to save money heating and cooling a house and

how to get started on these ideas. A local Energy Star contractor will discuss window replacement, insulation, the cause of drafts and more. All are welcome. Please call Mary Lamson for details 438-2303 x 223 or email

presents Choreographed opening routine

of tricks and slams


kids to

work hard

, stay in school, and

avoid drugs

and alcohol!

TIP-OFF 7:00 PM on FRIDAY APRIL 13, 2012 KEEFE GYM (RUTLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL) adults $10.00 - kids $8.00 cash only - refreshments, rafles and fun! Mayor Chris Louras • Karri Barrett • Brittany Garrow • John Valente • Tara Kelly Michael Coppinger • Tom Cook • Toni Poalino • John Weatherhogg Jr. High, J.V. and Varsity Players from Rutland High School and MSJ Coached by David Wolk

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1 JERRY BAILEY 119th Alabama Stakes silver bullet day 1999, $20, 518-5076077.

1950S RANGER STEEL Co. Chinese checker game $40 GC 518-480-8975

4 PIECE DISH SET New, missing 1 bowl, service for four, $10, 518-507-6077.

ANTIQUE 5GAL GREEN glass Jug with small neck $40 518-744-8653

BARBIE JEEP Pur ple, VGC, new battery , $99.00, 518-867-2110.

CHEST FREEZER WHITE like new, one year old. $99 802-366-0211

2 1/4” TON floor jack $75 518-854-9310

4 STUDDED TIRES Ford Rims, 20575R15, 75% tread, $60, 802-645-0746.

ANTIQUE CORN PLANTER GC $50 518-480-8975

BATHROOM TILES 3 boxes, asking $75 all, 802-2654289.

BOOK SET MORE Hilarious Adventures of Paddington. Five books in case, vintage. $19 518-686-2591

1/2” AIR WRENCH $25 518854-9310 10 DANIELLE STEEL hardcover with dust protector, excellent shape. $25 802-2352301

2 LAWNMOWER WHEELS 23X10 1/2X 12, 5 lug with carlisle tires. $40 518-7448653

10 MARTELL DRINK cocktail glasses, blue, 5 1/2” tall. unusual $20 518-638-8151

2 T I R E S Ke l l y C h a r g e r P23560R15 985 with rimes, 90% of tread, $60, 802-6450746.

10 TON PORTO power $60 brand new 518-854-9310

27” SHARP TV works great asking $15 518-798-4961

10 VEST LIFE jackets assorted colors and sizes. All brand new $50 802-366-0211

3 BF GOODRICH LONG trail P356 70 R16 $50 518638-6423

12 STUFFED Animals, good condition, asking $12 all, 802-265-4289.

3 G O O DY E A R W R A N GLER SrA P245 70 R16 $50 518-638-6423

1 3 ” DA E WO O T V wo r k s great. Asking $5 518-7984961

4 FRANKLIN MINT plates, $99, 518-507-6077.

4 TIRES 205-70-15 M&S 2 great, 2 good $99 for all 802375-6971 4 TIRES 20575R15, 75% Tread, $60, 802-645-0746. 50 HARLEQUIN ROMANCE and silhouette romance paperback books $15 802-235-2301 50 MUSIC CASSETTES Various country, holiday, other genres: $15, 802-3752388. 6’x6’ OAK LOOK entertainment center with doors and light. $95 518-899-4488 7’ ARTI FI CI AL CHRI STMAS tree with lights, 3 sections $50 518-899-4488

ANTIQUE ROUND SHARPENING stone 12 1/2 in across 2 1/2 in thick. Square hole in center. $50 OBO 518744-8653

BED LINER FIT Dodge 942001 8ft box. $25 518-6386423

ASSORTED GOLF CLUBS w/ bag and pull cart $30 518686-5412

B E R N AT H O O K R U G 63X32 with yarn, oriental rose pattern started picture. Sacrifice $75 518-686-2591

BABY BATHER SUMMER deluxe like new in box. Folds for storage, 2 positions $15 518-686-4507

B I C Y C L E R O O F R AC K Rhode gear with lock, good condition asking $50 518677-3072

BABY SWADDLE ME infant wrap, pink micro fleece. 714lbs $7 new 518-686-4507

B L A C K PA D D E D A D J height, excel slant fitness board. $40 518-899-4488

BABYS BOPPY WITH cover suede for boy or girl. New. Asking $15 802-353-0599

BLOOD PRESS. MONITOR Lumiscope, digital display in box, manual used twice $20 518-642-9824

BAND SAW 12 Inch, Sears, $40, 518-642-1941.

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BOOK SET THE hilarious adventures of Paddington, five books in case vintage. $19 518-686-2591

CHINA LIMOGES LUNCH set, 6 place settings and covered dish, white gold $50 518-642-9824

BOOKS 10 Sandra Hill novels for $10, 518-867-2110.

CHINA SET Service for six with extras, beautiful rose pattern, $25, 518-854-9702.

BOTTLES PLAYTEX DROP ins. 10-4oz, 5-8oz with lids and bottle liners. $5 518-6864507

C I R C U L A R S AW B r a n d new with 2 blades, cost $70, used once, $40, Cambridge, NY, 518-538-6748.

BRICKS 100 Reclaimed/recycled red bricks. Asking $40, please call 802-3759313.

COBRA CB RADIO all controls in mike head. $60 518583-6067

CABINET SET Top & bottom with counter top and rolli n g d r aw e r s, $ 9 9 , C a m bridge, 518-796-8856. CHAPS-RIDING Fr inged black suede. Children’s size 12, exc. cond., $45 new, $20, 518-854-9702.

COBRA RADAR DETECTOR $40, 518-642-1941. COOLER Igloo Max 65 quart. No wheels, used 1X, $25, 518-312-0796. COVER FOR LAWN garden tractor. Craftsman, New $30 518-632-5494

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CRAFTSMAN 5HP CHIPPER shredder. Runs $99 call 518-581-1255 or 316-0007

INVERSION TABLE NORDIC TRACK heavy duty, excellent condition, user’s manual. $80 518-638-8151

SEDIMENT WATER FILTER Whole house. Not a softener, 5 micron, brand new, $20, 518-312-0796.

JOHN DEERE Model 68 riding mower for parts or may run. Asking $65, please call 802-375-9313.

SINK BRAND NEW double basin stainless sink. In the box. $20 518-812-8550

VINTAGE PAPER SHOTGUN Shells. A mix of Remington and Western 12 and 16 guage. All in good cond.. Total count of 26 shells, $40, 518-683-2363.

CRIB Cherry, good condition, $40, 518-409-5044. CRIB White, brand new in box, $45, 518-409-5044. DARK BLUE LOVE seat. Good condition asking $50 802-353-0599 DENI MEDIUM SIZE meat slicer 7” stainless steel blade. $50 firm. 518-6423102 DOOR KNOB SETS, interior, with latches, 6 sets, $35. 518-692-7748 DOORS 7 louvered, 2’, with hardware, $99. 518-6927748 D O O R S I n t e r i o r, h o l l ow wooden, 4-30”,1-28”, 1-24”, $95. 518-692-7748 D O R M F R I D G E B L AC K works great. $25 802-3660211 ELECTRONIC BRAKE CONTROL Hensley tru control, like new $95 518-5836067 ENCORE STEREO AM FM CD. 78 45 33 1/3 Player. Dual Cassette. $95 518-6773697 ENGLANDER QUEEN Mattress and box spring, very good condition, $65, 802265-3635. FISHER PRICE Infant glider, great condition, $45, 518409-5044. FLAT SCREEN TILT and sw i ve l T V m o u n t . B r a n d new, fits 19-46 inch TV $50 802-770-0254 FLOOR MODEL SUN lamp includes 2 extra bulbs. $60 518-677-3697 FRAME TRAILER HITCH off 2006 Toyota camry. Like new $50 518-632-5494 FULL SIZE LEATHER sofa, good condition $75 518-5904350 FULL SIZE PLAID couch nice blue colors. $25 802353-0599 FURNACE B&G CIRCULAR slightly used. $25 518235-8795 FURNACE RAKE FOR outside wood stove. 82” four 8” points. $25 518-499-2637 FUTON BED SOFA With cover. Good condition, asking $75, 802-265-4289. GAMEBOY ADVANCE SP, exc. cond. asking $25. Orig. G a m e b oy a d va n c e , h a s charger. This one does not, sorry, call Wendy, 518-6422345. GE APPLIANCE Microwave o n t o p, ove n o n b o t t o m , everything works, $85. Call 518-499-2886 between the hours of 8:30-5:00 and ask for Julia. GIRLS PINK HIGH chair with brown in it. Like new used once. Asking $20 802353-0599 GREEN HOUSE Por table with cover, 5’H x 27”W, new. Cost $50, only $25, Cambridge, NY, 518-538-6748. H E A D L I G H T S 1 P R fo r dodge dakota or durango. $30 for both 518-812-8550 H O R S E H A LT E R S O n e leather, 2 nylon, $20, 518867-2110.

JOLLY JUMPER NEUTRAL color $5 518-686-4507 KIDS DESK WITH chair two drawers. Great to do homework on asking $30 518-7984961 KIDS FOOSBALL TABLE made by Spor tcraft. Extra balls. 2’W-4’L-3’H. Asking $30 518-798-4961 KING SIZED BED FRAME Vermont Tubbs, dark cherry color, solid wood, gorgeous, $99, 518-854-9702. LAZY SUSAN 16” Diameter, solid red Birch from J.K. Adams, VGC, $25, 518-3120796. L E O TA R D S S i x h a r d l y worn, girls size small fits ages 5-7, VGC, $20, 518867-2110. LITTLE TYKES SLIDE/castle. Excellent condition $25 802-265-3796 LITTLE TYKES BOOSTER seat gray color sits on reg chair. $5 518-955-0731 LL BEAN LARGE toddler sled GC $50 518-480-8975 MANUAL TIRE REMOVER and wheel balancer $25 518664-5579 MAPLE TABLE TWO extra leaves, two chairs, length 59” width 41 $40 518-6421582 MAPLE WOOD ROCKING chair with cushions $50 518677-3697 MEMORIES OF YESTERDAY f i g u r i n e, “ M o m my I teared it” #115924 10’ tall. New in box. $50 518-6867269 METAL BUNK BED frame, twin top. Full size bottom $40 802-770-0254 MIND FLEX GAME excellent condition! $25 802-2653796 M T D YA R D M A C H I N E snowblower. Runs needs carb work $75 OBO 518-8128550 NORMAN ROCKWELL C O L L E C TO R p l a t e s. 7 young love. 1 tender loving care and 2 walk in country. All 10 for $50 518-686-7269 OLD TYME Mini juke box, am-fm cassette player, lights up, Cambr idge, NY, $35, 518-538-6748. OUTDOOR TV ANTENNA new never used still boxed. Was $100 asking $75 518677-3697 PAIR CASUAL STRAIGHT back chairs. Spindle backs, natural cane seats. Nice. $40 518-632-5494 PHILIPS 60 INCH projection screen TV. Works great $99 802-770-0254

SOLID DESK Metal and wood, 48”W x 38”D x 30”H, $75, Cambridge, 518-7968856. S O N Y T R I N I TO N 3 2 ” T V, works fine, $85. Call 518499-2886 between 8:30-5:00 and ask for Julia. SPARE TIRE NEW fits trailer ST205/75/R15 w/ 5 hole rim. 518-686-5412 $50

WHIRLPOOL GAS DRYER white $25 518-581-1255 or 316-0007 WINCHESTER AIR RIFLE BB’s. 2 Full tubes and 1 partial. The paper tubes show their age but are in good cond., $25. 518-683-2363. WOLFGANG PUCK VARIOUS pots and pans. Call for details. Firm $80 for all. 518642-3102

STEREO All In One, Sharp: 3 disc CD, dual cassette, radio, 2 speakers, works, $35, 802-375-2388. TENNIS RACKET WILSON k-zen used with Volki Vario series, cover picture available. $29 518-686-2591 THREE TO FOUR hundred old Life magazines. Fair condition $99 518-664-5579 THULE CLAMP ON roof rack with bike rack, great condition, $99.99. 518-2600325 TILLER “Yellow Bird” rear t i n e t i l l e r. 3 H P, B / S, 1 4 ” width, serviced & ready for small garden. $99.99. 802645-9752

EQUIL-I-ZER SWAY BAR and hitch for up to 6000 lbs, $450. 518-854-9247 FRIGIDAIRE 20.3 cu. ft. freezer, about 6 years old, g o o d wo r k i n g c o n d i t i o n , $250, 518-677-3328, ask for Joan. JACUZZI 60x60 10 jetted, excellent condition, $400. 518-642-2711 KING BED Serta’s Perfect Sleeper Pillow Soft reversible mattress. Upholstered headboard/matching duster. Second home. Must be m ove d by A p r i l 9 . $ 2 5 0 . Manchester 802-362-1185

MOBILITY SCOOTER Very good condition, must see, $370. 518-753-4927 leave message.

S TA M P C O L L E C TO R 3 Large stamp collector albums about 40 years old, all for $90, 518-507-6077. STEEL DOOR WINDOW inlay measures 35 3/4X75 5/8 with casing, jam locks complete with keys etc. $99.99 518-744-8653

DARK PINE TWIN/BUNK BEDS with good mattress, $175. 802-362-1185

MOBILE HOME FOR OFFICE Or road side stand, new pitched roof, 2 axel, w/ new tires, $1500/OBO, 802558-1797.

STAINLESS STEEL 1950’s Cosco highchair excellent cond. adjustable foot rest/ tray $40 518-955-0731

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.

Lost & Found LOST: Large black case containing massage equipment on 03/24 on road between Village of Hoosick Falls and Bennington. Reward. 518-677-2251


NEW MAJOR MAKER Mattress sets, still in plastic! 50-70%off! F$150/Q$180/ K$320, 518-260-6653. R A D I A L A R M S AW 1 0 ” , $200.00, Sears Band saw $100.00, or both for $250.00, 802-287-9451. SHED 8X8 STORAGE Vermont Post & Beam $1,982., now only $999., 50% off! Expires 4.30.12 Get a Free P l a n b y v i s i t i n g w w w., 866-297-3760 T-SHIRTS Custom Printed. $5.50 heavyweight. “Gildan”, Min. order of 36 pcs. HATS, Embroidered $6.00. Free Catalog. 1-800-242-2374. Berg Sportswear.40. WHITE LEER FIBERGLASS truck cap for 6 1/2 box, $400. 518-854-9247


TRIPOD MADE BY Velbon model VGB-3C in original box. $50 Call 518-686-7269

ADVANCE NOTICE MACHINERY CONSIGNMENT SALE Saturday, April 21, 10a.m. 8 McEachron Hill Road, Argyle, NY ARGYLE LIVESTOCK STATION Duane & Denise Herrington, Cathy Ellis 518-638-8580 Call now with your consignments **Accepting any farm machinery, lawn/garden items, tools, antiques, etc.**

TRUCK CAP W/ top rack fits chevy silverado, short box. 6.5 ft long 518-686-5412 $99

Building Supplies

TO RO S N OW B L OW E R RUNS excellent 5HP 26” cut needs belt, $80 OBO 518812-8550 TRICK BIKE GT Comp, 20” rims, $75. 518-260-0325

REGISTERED HOME CHILD CARE in Fair Haven, VT has openings for infants to age 5. Large outdoor play area. Debbie, 802-265-2038.

TRICK BIKE GT Fly 20” wheels, gr eat condit ion, $99.99. 518-260-0325

TWO NURSING SCRUBS, pants are white, and the shirts are wine, all for $30 518-429-3310

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T W O S T U D D E D S N OW tires almost new. 185/60R15 used 1000 miles. $99 for pair. 518-854-3959

60 LB BAGS OF COAL 5 bags total. $60/bag. Call Maria at 518-499-1191

VINTAGE AMMO Remington (unusual find) 25 caliber long RIMFIRE 36 shells with box, $55/obo. 518-683-2363

BELDEN SLATER HAMMER Leather on handle, great shape, $150. 802-2879519

RADIO FLYER RETRO red tricycle $30 VGC 518-4808975

A L L T H I N G S BASEMENTY! Basement waterproofing, finishing, repairs, crawl spaces, humidity & m o l d c o n t r o l . Fr e e e s t i m a t e s ! Fr o m Wa t e r proofing to Finishing! Basement Systems 877-8642115,

Firewood ALL CUT SPLIT & DELIVERED Hardwood firewood. Green wood now available, any length. 802-316-6076 or 518-642-1558 ELIMINATE Your heating b i l l s. O U T D O O R WO O D F U R N AC E f r o m C e n t r a l Boiler. Beecrofts, 518-7534402. FIREWOOD Cut, split and delivered. $150 cord. 518854-9683 HARDWOOD FIREWOOD Green, Cut, split & delivered. Full cord/2 cord loads. Log length avail. 518-854-9113

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

Wanted To Buy CASH QUICKLY For Diabetic Test Strips! Top Prices paid for unexpired up to $28. Shipping paid. Call To d a y 8 8 8 - 3 6 9 - 8 9 7 3 , m U.S. & FOREIGN COINS & paper money! No amount too small! Call Richard 518-6428156 or 518-683-1954 W H E AT P E N N I E S a n y amount. 802-287-9087

LOG LENGTH By the truck load. Hardwood $600. Softwood $400. 518-677-8921/ 518-681-0227.

Furniture 1920 HAGERSTOWN TABLE WORKS Dining table, chairs, china cabinet, sideboard, dark wood, $650. 802235-2301 KING SIZE OAK Complete bed set w/box spring & mattress, 2 dressers, 1 small dresser and lamp table. $700 for all. 518-499-1191

Garage Sales PUTNAM STATION, NY A living estate sale, 266 North Rd., Clemons. 4/6 & 4/7, 9am-3pm. Houseware, furniture, toys, antiques, collectibles, McCoy cookie jars, old dolls, Beanie Babies, books & more.

Health/Medical TAKE VIAGRA/CIALIS? 40, 100mg/20mg Pills, for only $99! Plus 4 BONUS Pills F R E E ! # 1 M a l e Enhancement! Discreet Shipping. 1-888-797-9013

Lawn and Garden PRIVACY HEDGE CEDAR TREE $7.50 Windbreaks, installation and other species available. Mail order. Delivery. We serve ME, NH, CT, MA NJ, NY, VT., 1-800-8898238 TILLER M/W front tine tiller, 5HP, B/S, 24” width. Good for small garden. Serviced & ready to go. $125. 802-6459752


PETS-LIVESTOCK Dogs-Cats-Pets AKC LABRADORS parents are AKC master hunters, 25+ champions in pedigree. 4 Males available. 802-2732941 Diamond Brook Kennel CUTE KITTENS Ready to go! Free to a good home, 802-537-4938. FREE TO GOOD home 1yr old male tiger bobtail cat. 518-282-9260 leave message.

Hay & Grain HAY 4X4 ROUND BALES First cut, stored inside. You pick up. $35 each. Granville 518-242-6811 H AY F O R S A L E S q u a r e bales 35-45 pounds, first cut $3, second cut $3.50. 518638-8074

Horses STRAIN FAMILY HORSE FARM 50 horses, we take trade-ins, 3-week exchange guarantee. Supplying horses to the East Coast. www.strainfamilyhorsefarm. com, 860-653-3275. Check us out on Facebook.

Poultry FREE 14 HENS 2 roosters. 2 yrs old. Lay brown eggs. 518-642-1527 after 5:00

3 Weeks / $1500

3 Weeks / $2500

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For Items Priced $1,000 or More

REDWOOD OUTSIDE ROCKING chair with cushion. $40 802-265-3796 REFRIGERATOR White, 19 years old, Whirlpool, 19.9 cu. ft. works fine, $75, 518-3120796.

HYDRAULIC JACK 30 Ton, used twice, $75, 518-6421941.

SAFETY FIRST BOOSTER chair straps on to reg chair. Tan/ green $5 518-955-0731

ICED TEA MAKER And programable coffee pot, exc. cond. $25, Cambridge, NY, 518-538-6748.

SAMSUNG 19” COLOR LED flat screen TV used one month. TV is 4 months old. Paid $203 for it in Dec, 2011. Asking $99 firm 518-6423102

INTERCOM SYSTEM Two way wireless. Great for barn to house or room to room. Exc. cond., $20. 518-8549702.

SMALL SNOW BLOWER runs good $50 518-638-6423

WEDDING GOWN Size 8 in preserve box, $99.99, 518695-6081.

Education AV I AT I O N M A I N T E NANCE/AVIONICS Graduate in 15 months. FAA approved; financial aid if qualified. Job placement assistance. Call National Aviation Academy Today! 1-800-2923228 or

POOL PUMP AND sand filter. $25 runs good 518-5811255 or 316-0007

HOT POINT REFRIGERATOR- freezer. Frostless. $99 works great. 518-590-4350

INFANT PIANO Floor mat, hardly used, $45, 518-4095044.

SLATE RIPPER $40, 518642-1941.

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SATIN PROM DRESS Never seen worn in area. Size 10-11 $75 OBO 518-2829707 SATIN PROM DRESS never seen worn in area. Size 8 $75 OBO 518-282-9707

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Employment P/T HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR Experience with dump trucks and excavators a must.

P/T TRIMMER & MOWER For cemetery, experience with small equipment.

TERRITORY MANAGER Midway Oil Corporation is seeking a career minded individual to oversee operations of our Convenience Stores. Position requires management skills in retail and food services. Multi-store anagement experience necessary. Strong organizational and computer skills are required.

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Pleasant Valley Nursing Facility

The Benson Village School is seeking one (1) 1.0FTE Special Educator and the Castleton Elementary School is seeking two (2) 1.0 FTE Special Educators for service beginning with the 2012-2013 school year. The qualified candidates will provide direct instruction along with academic and behavioral support to elementary school students with various disabilities. Small caseload and a supportive work environment exists. Experience in a co-teaching model is preferred. Special Education certification required. For additional information, contact Kris Benway, Director of Special Services at (802) 265-4905. To obtain an application contact the Superintendent of Schools’ Office at (802) 265-4905 or email You may also apply on Mail completed applications with resume, transcripts, copy of license and three current letters of reference to:

Addison-Rutland Supervisory Union 49 Main Street Fair Haven, VT 05743



Anticipated Openings 2012-2013 School Year Special Education Teachers

Positions will remain open until filled.

to manage conservation education, watershed stewardship and community outreach programs and provide support to the agricultural community, landowners and local youth in western Rutland County. Qualifications: agricultural or environmental conservation education or applicable work experience; background in grant writing, community organization, and project management. Position located in Poultney, VT.

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4573 State Route 40 Argyle, NY 12809 Phone: (518) 638-8274

DIRECTOR OF NURSING SERVICES Dynamic Individual needed to lead our Nursing Department Qualified Candidates Must Possess Excellent: Managerial Skills Long-term Care Experience Organizational Skills Analytical Skills Communication Skills Strong Working Knowledge of MDS Civil Servant Position Excellent Wage and Benefit Package Including: NYS Retirement Plan Health Insurance Generous Paid Benefit Time Qualified Candidates please contact Ms. Johnston at 518-638-8274 ext. 248 to schedule an appointment.

PART TIME REGISTERED DIETITIAN with Flexible Scheduling Interested applicants in this civil service position, please contact Jeff Woods, Dietary Supervisor 518- 638-8274 ext. 219 Pleasant Valley, 4573 State Route 40 Argyle, NY 12809 Ph: 518-638-8274 EOE

• Occupational Therapist - .40 FTE • Physical Therapist, Part-Time • Substitute Teachers, ParaEducators & Bus Drivers

Benson Village School

• School Based Clinician/Guidance Counselor Long Term Substitute for a maternity leave. Begins August 2012 through November 2012. • Anticipated Art Teacher - .20 FTE • Special Education Teacher 100%FTE


• Anticipated Nurse to serve Benson Village School (60%) and Orwell Village School (40%). Each school has a student population of approximately 150 students. Candidate should possess an Educators School Nurse license 3-65 and an RN license through the State of Vermont.

Castleton Elementary School

• Special Education Teachers (2) 100% FTE

Fair Haven Union High School Grades 9-12

• Social Studies Teacher to teach Civics, World Geography, Social Development and World Cultures. Must be interested in project-based learning.

Castleton Village School

• Athletic Coordinator Grades 5-8 Responsibilities include scheduling all practices, games and bussing. • Soccer Coach • Cross Country Coach • Softball Coach • Baseball Coach • Golf Coach • Basketball Coach Proper licensure required and HQT Requirements must be met for teaching positions. Contact the Superintendent of Schools’ Office at (802) 265-4905 for an application or email You may also apply for teaching positions on Mail completed applications along with a cover letter, resume, (copy of license and transcripts, if applicable) and three current letters of reference to:

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POULTNEY 1 BR. Includes heat, hw, snow & trash. The Fucci Company, 802773-9107.


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For Sale HAVE PROPERTY TO SELL OR RENT? Include a picture! Display Ad $44! NY & VT Coverage! Reach 47,820 households! Call for details! 518-642-1234


RENTALS Apartments CEDARS SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY Take a Tour Weds 12:30pm! Off Bay St, Queensbury! 518-832-1701. GRANVILLE 1BD, upstairs, newly renovated, W/D/elect incl., first/last/sec, $650/mth no pets/smoking. 1 rm office space, electric/furniture incl. $250/mth. 518-642-0510 GRANVILLE 1BR apt on Main St., $650/mo, heat and TV included, 518-642-2980. Available April 15th. G R A N V I L L E V I L L AG E 2bdrm, 2nd floor, $625/mth incl. heat, W/D, garbage/ snow r mvl. First/sec dep reqd. No pets.518-642-9490 G R A N V I L L E V I L L AG E 1bdrm includes heat and hot water, trash removal, $450/ mth+ security & references. 518-642-2820

88 Quaker Street Granville, NY 12832 (518) 642-2418 e-mail: FAX: (518) 642-2903 Penny Illsley Comfortable, affordable housing for Seniors as well as mobility-impaired individuals

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1-800-925-8689 GRANVILLE- Mettowee Valley Apts - 2bdrm $518 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 1-800421-1220. Handicap Accessible Equal Housing Opportunity. ONE BEDROOM APT for rent. On first floor. Kitchen open to living room. Large back yard. Washing Dryer hook-up in basement. Basement is yours for storage. Separate heat and electric, $500/month. Need first, last and security. Call 518-686-8227.

POULTNEY Large 1bdrm in quiet family home. $500/mth includes partial utilities. No smoking. 802-287-9992 SALEM 1 BDRM 3rd floor, $350/ mnth plus security 802-867-0375 WHITEHALL 2bdrm, $725/ mth. Heat/appliances incl. Security/ref. No pets. Nice Views. 518-499-1743 WHITEHALL 1bdrm upstairs, $600 +util.Includes hot water,stove,refrigerator, W/D hook-up, No pets, sec. dep./ref req. 518-499-0197 WHITEHALL 2BD, $650. incl. heat & hot water, W/D hook up. No pets. 1st + sec., & Ref. 206-222-5925

Homes GRANVILLE 2 Story, 3bd, 2ba, lg yard, no pets, private, country, $950 +util., sec/first/ last, ref. Avail 4/1.518-6421978. HOUSE FOR RENT 1 1/2 Bdrm, private lot, 3 miles W of Fair Haven, VT. 1st, last & sec. req., $800 p/mo, 802265-3766, 518-265-3146.


Vacation/ Recreational


FOR RENT: One week at the largest timeshare in the world. Orange Lake is right next to Disney and has many amenities including golf, tennis, and a water park. Weeks available are in March and April 2012. $850 inclusive. Call Carol at 978-371-2442 o r e m a i l :

VIEWS! VIEWS! STREAM, FIELDS, WOODS, LAKE ACCESS! Fantastic property, ideal for home and recreation. Loaded with deer. 650 acre lake access.

Only $74,900 w/financing (Cash discount) Argyle. CALL OWNER 617-480-4650 Mobile/Modular Homes GRANVILLE 2bdrm, big yard on private land. $600/ mth + security deposit. 518642-1540 or 518-932-7543 SMALL 2BDR TRAILER On South Bay of Lake Champlain with dock rites for small boat, $575, 518-812-3331/ 601-6079/796-3442.

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:

Rooms HAMPTON Room, cable TV, refrig. Everything incl except meals. College kids welcome. $375/mth.No deposit Avail April 1st. 802-265-4437

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


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

Clean Outs HOUSE CLEAN-OUTS Attics* Basements Garages* Barns Low Rates! Call Ron 802-287-0025

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MILITARY MAN ROTOTILLING Discounts to Veterans & Senior Citizens. 518-953-6391

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Repairs • Installation Dozer Work • Clearing Small Loads Gravel Loam & Sand Delivery Brush-Hogging Grading Driveways Roadways Call us about all of our services!

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Auto Wanted

1976 CORVETTE STINGRAY 350, 4spd. Black lift off tops orig mi. 78K. $10,900/ obo. 518-753-2376

1999 VOLKSWAGON PASSAT Red, no rust, good interior, new stereo system, 195K, asking $2800. 518879-5287

2006 SUBARU FORESTER 2 . 5 X , AW D, AC, p o w e r, cruise, AM/FM/CD, trailer hitch, new timing belt and struts, very clean, well-maintained 107,000 miles, $10,895. 802-645-9724.

F R E E VA C AT I O N A N D DRUG DISCOUNT CARD for donating vehicles, boats, proper ty, collectables and merchandise. Maximize IRS deductions, help teens in crisis. Prompt Service 1-800338-6724,

1991 ACURA INTEGRA GS 128K auto, leather, sunroof, loaded. Very clear, no rust $2900 518-677-3072 1 9 9 1 C A D I L L AC BROUGHAM Sedan, 36,209 miles, tan/tan leather, fully loaded, $5000/neg. 518-7534084 after 6pm. 1 9 9 1 C O RV E T T E C O N VERTIBLE black. Show car. Mint cond. Low mi. A must see. $11,500. 518-642-0790 1991 FIREBIRD 6 cyl, 118K, $2200. Call 518-796-8265. 1 9 9 3 C H RY S L E R N E W YORKER Show room new, must see, mint condition, 150K, $3200. 518-664-9894 1995 GST MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE Turbo, 4cyl, 27 MPG, minor repairs needed, $1500/obo. 518-282-9972 1996 CHEVY TAHOE 4 Dr, body frame good, power everything. High miles but runs good. Needs fuel pump, asking $850 OBO 802-2872241

2000 LINCOLN TOWN CAR 1-owner, in excellent condition. $4400. 518-588-4585 2001 MERCURY COUGAR 118K, 5-speed, 4 cyl. Runs good. $2500. 518-854-3625 2002 BUICK RENDEZVO U S M a r o o n , AW D, 3 seats, new tires, 95K. Many extras. $5500. 518-879-5287 2002 MERCEDES E320 4Motion 4dr, sd bl/gy, loaded, 1 owner, 54Kmi, clean carfax. Reduced $13,900! 802-379-4669 2004 CADILLAC DHS, 78K, navy/tan leather. Fully loaded. sunroof, A/C seats, backup sensors. 802-558-3402 2004 TOYOTA SCION XB 4 door, 110,000 miles, good condition, $7000/obo. 518642-3230

2008 AUDI Q4 previous purchased maintenance package transferred with car. 43K, still under warranty, fully loaded, sunroof, $23,500/ obo. 802-235-2765 NICE CONDITION! Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo, A/ T, V-6, 120K, Clean! $4900/OBO 518-499-1538

Auto Wanted CASH FOR CARS: Any Make, Model or Year. We Pay MORE! Running or Not, Sell you Car or Truck TODAY. Free Towing! Instant Offer: 1-800-871-0654 DONATE YOUR VEHICLE LOVE IN THE NAME OF C H R I S T. Fr e e Tow i n g & Non-Runners Accepted. 800549-2791 Help Us Transform Lives In The Name Of Christ.

SELL YOUR CAR, TRUCK O R S U V TO DAY ! A l l 5 0 states, fast pick-up and payment. Any condition, make or model. Call now 1-877-8188 8 4 8 , w w w. M y C a r f o r

Boats 2005 CRESTLINER 1850 Spor t Fish. EC, complete package, w/extras, $12,500. 518-692-2367 or 518-5738115

Campers/Trailers 2001 MONACO DIPLOMAT 38PBD 51.9K mi. Exc cond. Many extras. 518-584-2097 2 0 0 3 1 6 X 9 C A R G O P RO motorcycle trailer. Aluminum, holds 2 bikes. Single axle. $5,750. 518-753-6048

Commercial Equipment 1998 GMC BUCKET truck, Mobark 12” chipper, $26,000 or will trade for mini excavator. 518-361-4049

Classic & Antiques 1977 CORVETTE STINGR AY L o o k s a n d s o u n d s great. T-tops, 4speed, engine chrome, 350 motor, new Cooper tires, 94K, asking $15,500. 518-677-3448

Farm Equipment


JOHN DEERE 4040 Diesel, 90HP, new paint, 3pt ready to work, 2WD, $12,500, 518695-6180.

1 9 9 9 YA M A H A Y Z F 6 0 0 14,000 miles, cover, helmet, Joe Rocket jacket, $2500. 802-287-2285

Four-Wheel Drive

2 0 0 3 H O N DA S H A D OW ACE 750CC, 10,100 miles, great condition. Must sell. $3200/obo. Call or text 518361-9056

1992 CHEVY SILVERADO 4x4, extended cab, 200K, runs, auto, $800. 518-8549386 1 9 9 5 J E E P C H E RO K E E SPORT looks good, runs good, manual transmission. $1850. 802-265-3129

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 New engine, rear end, tire rod ends, brake lines, for parts, $700. 518-681-2074

1990 MERCURY GRAND PRIX Southern car, flawless, 85,447 miles, $1995. 802325-3081

1998 FORD EXPLORER Eddie Bauer Edition, 5.0L, V8, fully loaded, 4WD, no rust, runs great. 110K miles. $4,500. 518-677-5544

Farm Equipment JOHN DEERE 2040 Diesel, with loader, 2WD, looks & runs the best, $9500, 518695-6180.

2001 CHEVY S10 Auto, V6, all new tires, high miles. Runs great, no rust. $3500. 518-854-9131 2004 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 1500 4WD, 4.8L, 65K miles, great shape, good tires, asking $8900. 802-2658645 ext 23. 2004 DODGE DAKOTA 4x4 extended cab, auto, runs & looks good, 125K, $4200. 518-695-6180 2006 EDDIE BAUER Ford Explorer, 4WD, 3rd row seat, tow pkg, loaded, 94K, new tires last season. $12,900/ obo. 518-692-9875 2006 F250 4X4 35k miles reg. cab, like brand new, $13,500/obo., 5.4 gas eng. 6sp standard. 518-695-3170 95 FORD F-250 Diesel 7.3, 4x4, 170K, utility box/ladder rack, needs oil pump, truck only $1250/obo, truck w/box, rack $2250/obo. 802-6834163 or 802-273-2786

Motorcycles 1969 CUSTOM HARLEY DAVIDSON, 1200 cc Hardtail, custom built engine, very fast. Not for the novice rider. $5500/obo. Call Scott 518632-5232 or cell 518-2323600. 1969 HONDA 90cc, Motorcycle, 800 miles, good cond i t i o n , c a l l fo r p i c t u r e s, $2999. 802-366-0211 1990 HD FXRS 1300cc, new tires, $7000. 802-325-3127

2006 HARLEY DAVIDSON Ultra Classic, $12,000. 802770-2292 2007 HARLEY DAVIDSON spor tster 883, 1370 miles and many extras $5300 518282-9048 MOTORCYCLE SWAP MEET April 15,2012 9am-5pm Royce Mandigo Arena Vermont State Fairgrounds Route 7, Rutland, VT Bike Show*Classes Tatoo Contest! FREE VENDOR SPACE! 802-468-5877/802-287-0794

ATV’s /Snowmobiles 2 P O L A R I S S N OW M O BILES 1998 & 1999. Nice sleds! $3,000/obo. 518-7919741 2005 YAMAHA VENTURE snowmobile, low miles, 600cc, 2 up. $4500. 802-2351068 after 5 pm 2006 ARTIC CAT 570 594 miles, like new, $4000/obo. 802-325-6237 2010 FRONTRUNNER 800,S side-by-side U.T.V., w/top, windshield & winch. $7,600. 802-645-1925 SNOWMOBILE TRAILER 10’X8’ w/sides & headboard, tilt, mint. $850. 518-642-1293 SUZUKI 700 QUAD better than new. Upgrades, power accessories, low miles/ hours. $5400. 802-265-7921

Tires, Parts, Accessories 4 NEW IN in box 15X6 sparkle slvr 5X4.5 blt pttn OEM wheels.Also 4 195/65R15 tires $500 518-642-2921 A.R.E. CAP Red, Chevy Colorado, 6’, opens all sides, $1600 new, sell for $650. 518-686-5279

18 • The Lakes Region FreePress • April 6, 2012 Pickups, Trucks, Vans 1987 DODGE RAM 1 ton Rack truck, great condition, standard 4spd floor shift, big V8 engine w/63,000 original miles. Just need room. $5000. 518-638-9000 1990 E350 UHAUL customized box truck. 7.3 diesel auto, new tires and inspection, $2500 802-273-2837


1 9 9 0 F O R D F 3 5 0 VA N 86,000 orig. miles. $1750. 518-692-9906


1993 FORD 150 Truck, standard, dependable, r uns great, new shocks. $1,500 518-664-9894 w 518-6648710




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1998 GMC Sierra Tr uck, 4WD, A/T, PW/PL, A/T, A/C, CD & Cassette player, snow plow and tow package, good cond., 99k Mi., $4500/OBO, 802-273-2276.

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2000 DODGE RAM Spor t 1500. Loaded. New tires. In excellent condition. $10,500/ obo. 518-686-5953 2002 DODGE DAKOTA SLT extended cab, 4x4, 58K, V6, long bed, alum. diamond plate tool box, good rubber/ cond. $8500. 802-645-9752 2002 FORD F250 super duty, V-8, 4WD, Auto, 98k miles, $10,500. 802-2875242 after 5pm. 87 F350 DUMP TRUCK 90,000 miles, too many new parts to list, very little rust, box great condition, $2500. 802-683-4163

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