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Poultney townwide sale Saturday Annual event draws thousands of bargain hunters to Poultney
Library hosting giant book sale this weekend The Middletown Springs Public Library will host their annual book sale Saturday June 1 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Sunday, June 2 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. A wide selection of books, movies, puzzles and games will be available at bargain prices will be available. All proceeds benefit the library. The event will be held rain or shine at 39 West Street. Call 802-235-2435.
Memorial golf tournament June 8 The Jim Thieser Memorial Golf Tournament will be held on Saturday, June 8, at Lake St. Catherine Country Club. The tournament will consist of four-man teams and will kick off with a shot gun start at 2 p.m. The cost to enter the tournament is $300 per foursome. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Poultney Rotary Club. For more information, contact Shirley Thieser at 802-2879549, or by email at sthieser@ hotmail.com.
And the winner is.... Carol Scott(l) and Gail Oakman (r) of Patio Essentials by Telescope Casual presents Sandra and Roger Bishop of Fair Haven, Vt. with a beautiful Telescope Casual furniture patio set valued at $3,100. Sandra and Roger were the winners of the FreePress' giant April Great Patio Furniture Giveaway. Ironically, the couple report they just had a pool installed and winning the patio set could not have come at a better time. Congratulations Sandra and Roger!
Get rid of the old and find something new at the Poultney spring townwide yard sale this Saturday, June 1. Mary Lee Harris, president of the Poultney Area Chamber of Commerce, said she already has 68 spaces filled, with vendors coming from as far as New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Connecticut. “There will be everything from food vendors to crafts to Castleton antiques to regular yard sales,” planning its Harris said. townwide The main event will take place sale for June with the booths 26 / Pg. 2 lining Main Street, but houses all over town will hold garage sales as well. Harris said some returning vendors reserved their slots well ahead of time, so they could make sure to get their regular spot, which people look for. She also said community members look forward to the event, and there is usually a good turnout of browsers and shoppers. She thinks the sale is
Poultney and Fair Haven students ready to graduate
Students at Poultney and Fair Haven Union high schools will receive their diplomas in the coming weeks as the region’s high schools prepare to host their annual commencement ceremonies. Poultney High School will host its graduation at 6 p.m. on Friday, June 7. The ceremony will be held on the school’s football field, weather permitting. In the event of inclement weather, ceremonies will be moved to the gymnasium. Tracy Gallipo, director of guidance, said 36
students will receive their diploma. Scott Holliman, an English teacher at the school, will deliver the commencement address and valedictorian Lucy DeMatties and salutatorian Sadie Brown will also speak. The ceremony will also include the presentation of senior awards and scholarships. Besides parents and other relatives, members of the Class of 1948 will be in attendance as the group celebrates its 65th
Castleton Concert Series kicks off Tuesday The 18th annual Castleton College Summer Concert series opens at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 4 with a debut performance by the outstanding band, Elixir. Based out of Brattleboro, Elixir is a high energy young
band that blends driving fiddle and guitar playing, swingy vocals, and the rich texture and rhythmic excitement of a full horn section, with Will Patton joining them on bass and man-
Concert dolin. Elixir performs tightly crafted music drawing on a wide range of styles and evoking a variety of moods. Elegant melodies evolve into raucous
Grads anniversary. Although four seats are reserved for the guests of every student, school officials say there is always plenty of seating and the event is open to the public.
Sale so popular because there is such a wide offering of goods. “People come from all over the area communities to buy. There is quite a variety of things you can buy; if you want it, it’s probably here,” she said. Food offerings will include
hot dogs, hamburgers, fried dough, sausage and onions and more for sale. Harris also expects the Rotary Club to hold a chicken barbeque. Set up for the day is at 7 a.m., and the sale will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Interested vendors can contact Harris by Thursday, May 30 at 802-2874114.
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Dixieland horn riffs: transcendent harmonies, playful improvisations, and rock, swing and reggae-inspired rhythms weave in and out of traditional and original Irish, French Canadian and New England fiddle tunes. The band consists of fiddler Ethan Hazzard, Jesse Readlynn, Anna Patton on the clarinet,
guitarist Owen Morrsion and trombonist Nils Fredland. All concerts are free and open to the pubic and will be held at the college pavilion, next to Spartan Stadium. All concerts are held rain or shine and begin at 7 p.m. For further info, please contact 802-273-2911.
will be moved indoors to the school gymnasium. Approximately 100 students will receive their diploma during the ceremony. Chelsea Montello, valedictorian of the class of 2012 will speak, as will this year’s valedictorian Abigail Rampone. Salutatorian Cassidy Auger and class president Amanda Tucker will also speak. The school will observe its traditional Senior Baccalaureate Service at 4 p.m. on Sunday, June 9, at the Castleton Federated Church on Main Street. The service will include the performance of several songs, scripture reading and a candle-
light recession. Following the service, a buffet for seniors will be held at 5:15 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. Seniors and their families will enjoy an assortment of foods prepared by Café Services and a graduation cake cutting ritual will be included among the evening’s festivities. If the graduation ceremony is held outdoors, it will be open to the public. If the ceremony needs to be moved indoors, only ticket holders will be permitted. For additional information on either ceremony, call the Poultney High School at 2875861, or the Fair Haven Union High School at 265-4966.
Rampone, Auger named valedictorian, salutatorian The administration and faculty of Fair Haven Union High School have announced that Abigail Rampone has been named valedictorian and Cassidy Auger salutatorian of the class of 2013. Besides being excellent students, both girls are active in school extra-curricular activities and their communities. Abigail is the daughter of Mark and Tina Rampone of Castleton and will be attending Williams College this fall. She has strong interests in both language and writing. She has earned numerous academic and civic recognitions while at FHUHS. Most recently, she performed in the All Eastern Honors Band and received two Scholastic Art & Writing Awards from the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers – a gold medal for poetry and an American Voices Medal, also in poetry. Furthermore, Abby has done extensive traveling in Germany, France, Belgium, Luxembourg and Spain which has aroused her curiosity to study cultures and languages. Additionally, she is an enthusiastic musician and talented thespian.
Cassidy is the daughter of Guy and Diane Auger of Bomoseen. She is a dedicated student who is involved in the school community and has a passion for athletics. Cassidy is a member of the National Honor Society and has served as class treasurer for the past four years. She has been a member of the varsity field hockey and softball teams through her high school career. Cassidy has also been a member of the varsity indoor track team the past
Castleton Farmers Market to open next Thursday The Castleton Farmers Market is embarking on its fifth year of bringing local produce and goods to the community. The market will open for the first time this season on Thursday, June 6, and will be held every Thursday from 3:30 to 6 p.m., rain or shine, through Oct. 3. The market is located on Main Street next to Citizens Bank in the heart of the village, across from the Castleton Free Library. Parking is available on Main Street. There is a variety of local vendors who will sell fresh produce, jam & jellies, maple products, herbs & spring plantings, pies and breads, and much more. There will also be music throughout the season with local favorite Robert Wuagneux performing on June 6th. Anyone interested in becoming a vendor at the market should contact the market manager, Lori Barker. For more information contact Barker at 273-2241 or at 353-0498.
two years and the junior varsity basketball team her first two years. Over the course of her high school career, Cassidy has been elected co-captain of her field hockey, softball and basketball teams. In addition to high school athletics, she is a member of the Vermont Cougars softball team. Cassidy is pursuing a degree in nursing and plans on participating in college athletics at Castleton State College.
We would like to thank all those people who attended the basket party on May 18 for Tiffany Carrera. It was very successful. We’re very grateful to all those individuals and businesses- in both New York and Vermont- who gave such wonderful baskets, gift certificates, and monetary donations for a 16 year old, needing a liver transplant. We would especially like to thank Earl Hawk and the Penrhyn Engine and Hose Company for the use of their fire station. Also, personally, we’d like to thank Darla Patch for all the time and effort she put in organizing this basket party. We’d also like to thank Carol Varnum, Jennifer Miller, Marie Rice, and Erin Stoneberg for all the help they gave at the event. God Bless, Bruce, Bernadette, and Tiffany Carrera
Volunteers continue Irene cleanup Twenty-one volunteers from Grace Church, Spring Lake Ranch, the Department of Corrections Probation and Parole, Dismas House, and the community gave a total of 79 hours Friday morning, May 10, cleaning up debris left by Tropical Storm Irene in East Wallingford. On a property just north of Evening Song Farm, the woods acted as a sieve trapping tires, household goods, dishes, trees, plastic, metal and more when floodwaters blew through an adjacent house and barn. Last year, survivors David Stone and his wife spent countless hours pulling 140 tires out of the woods by themselves. On Friday, volunteers pulled more than 100 additional tires from the mud for pick up by the Rutland County Solid Waste District and filled a dumpster provided by the Rutland County Long Term Recovery Committee. Volunteers voted on the most
dire need of help. The fair will be held at the Granville American Legion on Columbus Street. For more information or an application call Deb Loomis at 518-642-2581 or email mjl642@roadrunner. com. An early bird special is available until July 26.
The American Legion Auxiliary, Post 323, is looking for fine arts crafters to participate in its first annual craft fair on Saturday, Sept. 21. The group hopes to raise enough money to allow the auxiliary to contribute more toward the numerous veterans programs that are in
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unusual find of the day and one lucky person won a prize. This project is the second of several such events around Rutland County that are being organized by the Rutland County Long Ter m Recovery Committee’s Volunteer & Resource Coordinator, Andrea Varney, through August 2013. If you would like to join in
Learn what the MWA is all about Those interested in learning about the Modern Woodmen of America (MWA) will have an opportunity to do so next month. MWA Representative Jennifer Miller, of Wells, will hold an open house on June 14 at 6 p.m., where the office of the MWA Chapter in Wells will be open to the public. Refreshments will be served, and Miller will be on hand to answer any questions. Miller reports open house guests will enjoy learning more about what
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the MWA is, what it offers and how locals can become a member of “such a wonderful organization.” Founded in 1883 as a fraternal benefit society, Modern Woodmen of America offers financial services and fraternal member benefits to individuals and families throughout the United States. For more information about the open house or Modern Woodmen, contact Miller at 802325-9428 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers for Irene Recovery’s future projects, please call Andrea Varney at 345-9482, or email her at andreal.varney@ gmail.com.
consignment. This is a perfect time to clean out your house, garage or barn. To donate items, call Dwayne at 802-273-2651 or Skip at 802-342-7313. The event will benefit Grange-sponsored community service projects in the towns of Hubbardton and Castleton.
The Center Grange 290 and Bomoseen Grange 273 invite everyone to help them help the community at an Auction Fundraiser to be held at 6 p.m. on Friday, June 7 at the Bomoseen Grange Hall. Auctioneer will be David Gibbs. The Grange is still accepting items for auction or
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Local author to speak in Poultney Local Author Megan Price will be in Poultney this weekend to sign copies of one of her bestselling books, “Vermont Wild: Adventures of Fish & Game Wardens.” The Fair Haven native will be at Hermit Hill Books on Main Street in Poultney from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 1. For more information or to reserve a signed copy call 802287-5757 or visit www. VermontWild.com.
UVM honors Smith Amy Smith of West Pawlet, Vt., was recognized at an Honors Day Ceremony held at the University of Vermont earlier this spring. Smith received the Van Buskirk Award for Nuclear Medicine Technology presented by the College of Nursing and Health Sciences.
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To celebrate immigrants from the Carpatho-Rusyn Mountains, the Slate Valley Museum will open a new exhibit in conjunction with this month’s First Friday on June 7. “Preserving a Heritage, Building a Community: The Carpatho-Rusyn People of the Slate Valley” will look at the experiences of these people in this area at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century and how it influenced local culture. “This innovative exhibit explores the complete lives of immigrants, from their arrival into the valley to their daily lives and experiences in the slate industry as well as how they maintained their cultural identity while becoming American,” museum officials said. During First Friday, the museum will also unveil its newly digitized oral histories, which will allow visitors to see and hear interviews with community members about their firsthand experiences. This Carpatho-Rusyn theme will be present in the museum throughout the 2013 season. Immigrants from Poland, Slovakia, Ukraine and other countries in Eastern Europe came to the Slate Valley with little knowledge of the slate
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Atkins to exhibit art at Pawlet Library The Pawlet Library is pleased to present a showing of Tom Atkins’ paintings and art work in June and July, with a “Meet the Artist” reception June 11, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. A self professed “transplant” from Virginia, Tom Atkins is a poet, artist and photographer whose work has appeared in magazines, books, the web, galleries and private collections. His home and studio is in West Pawlet. “I am first and foremost a poet,” Atkins said. “So the challenge for me is how, using color, I can create art that is both
abstract, yet tells a story and evokes an emotion in the same way poetry does.” Atkins works in watercolor, pencil, pen and ink. Most of the art on display will be watercolors. “We are happy to have this chance to show Tom Atkins’ work,” said Beth Kashner, director at the Pawlet Library. “Shows like this are part of our ongoing mission to support the arts and bring people together, enhancing the Pawlet Library’s mission to be “the heart of our community.” The reception will give visitors a chance to view the art in
the Pawlet Library’s downstairs gallery, as well as discuss art and life and reconnect with our neighbors throughout the region. All paintings and drawings will be for sale, with a percentage of all proceeds going to the Pawlet Public Library. For more information on the show and reception, please contact Kashner at 802-325-3123 or by e-mail at pawlet_pub@ vals.state.vt.us. For more information on Tom Atkins, please contact him at 802-645-0499, or by e-mail at email@example.com.
The Poultney Public Library’s “Book Club Favorites Discussion Group” is reading “Something Borrowed” by Emily Giffin. Stop by the library to pick up a copy of the book. Please join us at 9 a.m. on Saturday, June 15 for discussion and refreshments. This is an informal group; all that is needed is a love of reading and an interest in sharing thoughts and ideas with others. The Poultney Public Library is in the final stages of planning our amazing summer programming schedule. So far we have scheduled Rockin’ Ron the Friendly Pirate, Summer Encore, Simon the Storyteller,
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Woman’s Club plans annual picnic The GFWC Castleton Woman’s Club will host its annual picnic in the backyard of the Castleton Community Center at noon on Wednesday, June 12. The picnic will also double as the final meeting of the club year, although members will participate in the townwide yard sale on June 22 and spon-
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In remembrance of Cyril Lloyd (3 March, 1925 – 16 December, 2012) CYRIL LLOYD, born in Rhostryfan, Gwynedd, North Wales, the son of John and Mary Lloyd, was well known to Welsh audiences in the United Kingdom at the age of 12 as a member of the Lloyd Family Broadcasting Group. After serving with the Royal Air Force during World War II, he studied with the distinguished British tenor Heddle Nash at the Royal Manchester College of Music. He has performed many leading roles in opera, oratorios, concerts and lieder as well as under such conductors as Sir Thomas Beecham and Sir Malcolm Sargent, and he conducted Gymanfa Ganu in the United States. On an early visit to America to New York City during a performance tour, he met Jani Roberts of New York City, who became his bride. Mr. Lloyd was known to many throughout his lifetime for his love and knowledge of the music of Wales, which he heartfully shared in performances as tenor soloist, in duets, with choral groups, as conductor of gymanfa ganu events, and with Welsh language teaching sessions for students of all ages. Mr. Lloyd retired from the World Bank and following many years of residency in McLean, Va. He and Jani relocated in 1988 and settled in Granville, N.Y. not far from Jani’s family homestead in South Poultney, Vt. He and his wife Jani were members of the St. David’s Society of Washington, D.C. and of the Poultney Area St. David’s Society. In retirement, they were active members of the community; in Peniel Presbyterian
Church; in the Area Chorus with the late Dr. Ruth Douglass, in many special events with accompanists Ruth Czar and the late Chester Jones, and with the Slate Valley Museum. And, Mr. Lloyd was often a teacher to vocal students, encouraging and aiding their understanding and appreciation of Welsh music and the language. Mr. Lloyd is survived in the United Kingdom by his sister Agnes and brother Merion Lloyd and several nieces and nephews in the UK and Canada. He was predeceased in 2005 by his wife, Jani and in 2009, by their only child, John Robert Lloyd. He was also predeceased by his parents as well as sisters Megan and Betty and brother Bryn Lloyd. A service In Celebration of the Life of
Cyril Lloyd was held May 8 at Peniel Presbyterian Church officiated by the Reverend Jerry McKinney, and attended by family from the United Kingdom and by many Slate Valley friends. Committal service was held in Elmwood Cemetery, Middle Granville, N.Y., where Mr. Lloyd is interred with his wife and son. The family suggests memorial contributions may be given in the United States to the Haynes House of Hope, 7187 New York Route 149, Granville, NY 12832 USA. The family suggests memorial contributions may be given in the United Kingdom to the music studies program at Rhostryfan Primary School, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL54 7LR UK. A favorite hymn of Mr. Lloyd’s which he often performed in the Welsh language for audiences in the Vermont / New York Slate Valley was, Pwy Fydd Yma (When A Hundred Years Have Gone), written by Ernest Llwyd Williams (1906-1960), minister, poet and writer and first published in 1943; translated to English by Dafydd Owen. When A Hundred Years Have Gone Who will then be here rejoicing When a hundred years have flown? Who will then present the music Which your soul may call its own? Who will then interpret beauty Which no poet can command? Who will then add all the luster Of the muse in every land? Who will read the sacred lesson When the Sabbath is begun?
Who will then announce salvation In the name of Mary’s Son? Who will be the congregation When a hundred years are past? Who will pray that peace from heaven Might possess the world at last? In the sweet communion hour, Who will share the bread and wine? Who will cry in anguish “Savior”, Let me ever more be Thine? When we are all gone forever, When a hundred years have flown, There will still be friends of Jesus, And His love will still be known. Welsh words by E. Llwyd Williams translated by Dafydd Owen It is now approaching 175 years since Welsh immigrant families began emigrating from North Wales to the Vermont/New York Slate Valley area because of the slate quarries, bringing with them their language and traditions. Mr. Lloyd’s presence amongst us in the Slate Valley these past 25 years has enabled the region to continue to celebrate and enjoy our Welsh heritage when, more than a hundred years has flown. Rest in peace, Cyril Lloyd. This remembrance tribute of Mr. Lloyd was written in 2013, by Janice B. Edwards, Poultney, Vt., a former vocal student of Mr. Lloyd and a Vermont Slate Valley Welsh heritage descendant. Photograph of Cyril Lloyd is used with permission with this remembrance tribute is granted by the family of Cyril Lloyd.
Mixed Martial Arts scene growing locally On any given night, a group of six to 10 guys gather at Full Force Fitness on East Potter Avenue in Granville for their own version of Fight Club. Some nights they practice striking, throwing fists, elbows, shins, feet and knees at their opponent. On other nights, they grapple, contorting their bodies into unimaginable positions as they try to force their opponent into submission. The action is a blur of kinetic energy and fast-twitch muscles fibers; an unadulterated display of strength, agility and athleticism and one of the fastest growing sports in the country. Welcome to the world of mixed martial arts. Mixed martial arts is a full contact combat sport that allows the use of both striking and grappling. The sport combines a variety of marital arts techniques, including boxing, Muay Thai, Greco-Roman and Freestyle wrestling, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, judo, Karate, Tae Kwon Do, and submission grappling. Although the sport has been unfairly characterized as a barbaric blood sport— professional fights are banned in New York State—the truth is the sport is stringently regulated and fighters compete against opponents of similar size in the same way boxers and wrestlers do. At its most basic level, mixed martial arts can be traced back to the ancient Olympics, but it’s only in the last 20 years that the sport has begun to gain mainstream exposure rivaling that of boxing and professional wrestling. It’s also begun to gain a foothold in the local region.
“From the time of my first fight to now, it’s night and day,” said Jason Ingleston, a Whitehall native who has been training in mixed marital arts for the past decade. “There was always a core niche of guys that would come to fights, now it’s everyone.” Ingleston is a trainer and instructor at Full Force Fitness, a gym and martial arts training facility started last year by he and Jon Spoor, an aspiring MMA competitor. “What we’re trying to do is build a core group of guys,” said Spoor. “Right here, in this area is the place to be.” Spoor, 23, started training in mixed martial arts five years ago, shortly after graduating from Whitehall High School where he was a member of the
Railroaders’ wrestling team. “I grew up watching professional wrestling. I’ve always like the combat aspect and I can remember my siblings and I doing the moves in my parent’s bedroom,” Spoor said. After his father passed away from cancer in 2005, wrestling became an outlet for Spoor, an escape from the grief of losing a parent. As his scholastic wrestling career came to an end, Spoor began gravitating toward the world of mixed martial arts. Only a few days after wearing the Railroaders’ maroon singlet for the last time, he found himself helping Ingleston prepare for his first fight. The two have been training together ever since. “I started in Jason’s grandfather’s
basement,” Spoor said. Ingleston, who has worked at gyms in Castleton, Vt., Whitehall and the Capital Region, said several guys would come over and they would work on basic jiu-jitsu techniques. “It just started from there,” he said. “I love fighting. I’ve judged over a 100 fights and cornered others. I just love the whole atmosphere.” After traveling to St. Louis, MO., and training with legendary UFC welterweight champion and Hall of Famer, Matt Hughes, and trainer Matt Fiore, among others, Spoor became certified as a personal trainer and in 2012 opened Full Force Fitness. He and Ingleston have both fought in a handful of fights in the last five years and Spoor is currently training for a fight later this summer. Training for mixed martial arts can be grueling because it involves so many disciplines and requires a great deal of conditioning. But the rewards can be great, said Spoor. “It’s changed my life in terms of discipline and it got me into fitness. If it wasn’t for this, I’d be a 300-pound couch potato,” he said. Ingleston and Spoor offer mixed martial arts classes to both novice and advanced fighters, but actual fights aren’t for the faint-hearted. “If you want to be a fighter, be prepared to suffer,” Ingleston said. “When it’s just you and another guy in the cage, there’s no ifs ands or buts.”
Mixed Martial Arts expo at Full Force Fitness The adrenaline-pulsing, mano-o-mano world of mixed martial arts will descend on the Forum in Granville Saturday as Full Force Fitness hosts Outside Outrage. The all-day event will feature a two-hour seminar with retired professional mixed martial arts middleweight fighter Jason “Mayhem” Miller, several amateur fights, vehicle displays, vendors, live music, contests, and giveaways. “This will be our third show. The first two events were low-key; we’ve tried to take our time and generate some interest in the area,” said Jon Spoor, co-owner of Full Force Fitness. Mixed marital arts is one of the fastest growing sports in the country and its popularity matches or even exceeds that of professional wrestling and boxing. But the sport has its detractors. Some politicians have characterized it as human cockfighting and there have been several notable incidents where people involved in fights have been seriously hurt. Just last month a 35-year-old Canadian man was killed during a nonregulated fight in Michigan and in 2011 a 16-year-old was knocked unconscious by a man more than twice his age in an unsanctioned event in Lake George, spurring officials to file criminal charges against the promoter.
Those involved in the sport, however, contend it is no more dangerous than other contact sports, such as boxing, football or hockey and there have been studies that back up those claims. But despite those findings, New York continues to ban professional fights, making it one of the few states in the country to do so. Jason Ingleston, a trainer at Full Force Fitness and an MMA competitor has traveled to Albany to lobby lawmakers to make the sport legal on a professional level. “There is no sanctioning body in New York. It’s kind of a double-edged
sword because we can have amateur fights but we’re under a very close eye,” said Ingleston. Spoor and Ingleston have been planning the latest event for months. Spoor said the sport continues to gain a following in the area. “It’s getting very competitive in terms of promotion,” he said. “We had our first fight back in 2000 and back then there was nowhere to fight,” Ingleston said. “Now you have fights in Saratoga, Albany, the Poughkeepsie-Hudson area, and northern Vermont.” On Saturday, Miller who has fought
in the UFC, Strikeforce and other professional MMA bodies, and was host of MTV’s “Bully Beatdown,” will lead a training seminar open to interested participants. The cost of registration is $65 ($55 before Saturday) and spectators will be charged $10. Outdoors the event will include music by G.T. Entertainment, bounce houses, a hot dog eating competition, strongman competition and ring card girls competition. There will also be a number of vendors, including Nyce Designs, Young Living Essentials Oils and Supplements, and Murray’s Family Martial Arts Center. Action sports apparel company Headrush will also be at the event and are bringing a $300,000 custom chopper made by Orange County Choppers and have promised a big surprise. The Air Force is also tentatively scheduled to bring its Project Supercar X-1, a Ford Mustang whose interior is meant to resemble the cockpit of a helicopter. The event will conclude with up to 10 amateur fights, the first of which will begin at 6 p.m. Saturday’s event will kick off with Miller’s Seminar at 9 a.m. The outdoor events are set to begin at 11:30 and there is $5 cover charge. The cost to watch the fights Saturday night is $30 ($25 in advance). For more information, visit fullforcefitness.org see visit them on Facebook.
This week at Northshire Bookstore New hours for Rutland Free Library Northshire Bookstore offers three free author events this weekend. On Friday, June 7 at 7 p.m., David Blistein discusses his book “David’s Inferno,” a memoir of his experience with a major depressive episode. A tale of realization, acceptance and hope, it is an ideal book for friends and family of those suffering from depression, giving them a better understanding of the illness. Best-selling author Lionel Shriver appears at 7 p.m. on Saturday, June 8, to present her new novel, “Big Brother.” Saturday, June 8, 7 p.m., from Lionel Shriver, the Orange Prize-winning author of We Need to Talk About Kevin; her new novel, Big Brother. The book tells the story of a woman who picks up her brother at the airport, only to discover that the once-slim, hip jazz pianist
has gained hundreds of pounds. The book examines the questions of why we overeat and whether it’s possible to save loved ones from themselves. Shriver’s other novels include the bestsellers “The Post-Birthday World” and “We Need to Talk about Kevin.” On Sunday, June 9 at 3 p.m., join author Maryanne O’Hara as she presents her novel “Cascade,” along with a brief slideshow of images of the towns that were flooded to create the Quabbin Resevoir in the 1930s - the inspiration for this gorgeously written and involving novel. Maryanne O’Hara was the longtime associate fiction editor at the award-winning literary journal Ploughshares. For more information, call 802-362-2200 or visit www.northshire.com.
Book sale this weekend The Middletown Springs Public Library will host a book sale on June 1 and 2. Library officials report a wide selection of gently read books, movies, puzzles and games will be for sale at terrific prices. All varities of books will be
on sale, from fiction to children’s books - and more. The hours of the sale are from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 1 and from 10 a.m to 3 p.m. on Sunday. For more information contact the library at 802-235-2435.
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Starting June 1, the Rutland Free Library is adopting new hours. The new hours will be Mondays and Wednesdays, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. There are two parts to this change. One is the regular change to summer Tuesday hours, closing at 5:30 instead of 9 p.m. The other is a change to a consistent opening time of 10 a.m., from a staggered schedule
of openings at 9:30 and 11 a.m., depending on the day, which had been in place for several years. “I felt the uneven opening hours were confusing, even after all this time,” said the library’s director, Paula Baker. “With the 10 a.m. opening time, it will be easier for people to remember.” The library, including computer access, programming for all ages, books and archives, is free and open to all. Borrowing,
including printed materials, DVDs, audio books and e-reader downloads, along with extended computer access, is free to residents of Rutland City, Rutland Town, Ira, Mendon and Tinmouth. Residents of other communities can purchase a card annually with full borrowing privileges. The library is located at 10 Court St.. For more information about Rutland Free Library, including a calendar of events, please see rutlandfree.org or call 773-1860.
Step ‘N’ Time Dance studio to celebrate “A Decade of Dance” Step ‘N’ Time Dance Studio will present its 2013 dance recital “A Decade of Dance,” on May 31 and June 1 at the Whitehall High School auditorium. The shows will take place at 6:30 p.m. May 31 and at 12:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. on June 1. The studio is thrilled to be celebrating its 10th season, and bring back some of the best dances from the past 10 years. “It’s been fun taking a trip down memory lane,” said Gretta Nemcek Stanclift, the studio owner. “We are so excited to celebrate our 10th anniversary.” Nearly 200 dancers from all over the region will perform original choreography to songs from some of our past themes like “Under the Sea,” “Welcome to the Jungle,” and “Let’s Go to the Movies.” Tickets are $5 at the door, and doors open at 5:30 p.m. for both 6:30 p.m. shows. Doors will
open at 11:30 a.m. for the 12:30 p.m. show on June 1. This year’s recital is sponsored by the Whitehall High School Class of 2015. Step ‘N’ Time Dance Studio is owned and operated by Gretta Nemcek Stanclift, a Whitehall native. The studio is in its 10th season, although it carries on the tradition of dance started by Angela Nichols, who opened the Nichols School of Dance in
Whitehall more than 50 years ago. Step ‘N’ Time Dance Studio offers performance classes to dancers ages three to adult as well as a non-performance toddler movement class for walking babies. For more information, contact Gretta Nemcek Stanclift at (518) 793-3323 or email dancestepntime@yahoo. com.
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ALL CUT SPLIT & DELIVERED Hardwood firewood. Green wood now available, any length. 518-642-1558 or 802-855-3974 ALL HARDWOOD TRIAXLE load log length. Local Delivery, $750. Alexander Logging 518-499-0356 or 802342-0641.
S M A L L M I C R OWAV E OV E N 1 8 ” w X 1 2 ” h X 1 2 ” d , $30. 518-282-9655 SMALL ROLL TOP DESK excellent condition, $60. 518-409-4579
ELECTRIC SCOOTER with 2 batter ies and charger, $125. 518-642-3776 INTERNATIONAL SUPER C WFE 2 point hitch. Hyd. d raw b a r w i t h s n ow p l ow c h a i n s. G o o d c o n d i t i o n , $2,500. 802-537-3620 or 802-236-9668
SWIMMING POOL IN GROUND step ladder. Excellent condition, $50. 518686-7251
RABBIT HUTCH FROM Tractor Supply, costs $150 new, sell for $75. 518-6775952
JACKET LEATHER ladies, size 8, blk, made in Italy, $35. 802-824-6667
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(5) SETS FIREWOOD RACKS currently ranging from 4.5-8.5’long, adjustable to fit your needs, for all w/ wood $75, w/o $50. 518-7530056 3 ELECTRONIC SWEDA cash registers w/24 departments, original cost $5000. All 3 $600. 518-638-9000 DR TRIMMER ON LARGE wheels, B/S 5HP extra str ing, great for mowing fence lines, $140. 802-6459752
FREE SOFA Good for deer camp, matching love seat, call 802-287-4177
DORSET Sat & Sun, June 1 & 2, from 9am til 3:00pm. 1847 Dorset West Rd, 2 miles off of Route 30. Furniture, household items and more! EASTON 66 Ives Hill Rd. Moving Sale June 8 & 9, 8:30-4:30, contents of home, furniture, dishes, curtains, etc. Home collectibles, bar. Cash only. HEBRON Moving Sale. 179 Pine Hill Road. 8 miles south of Granville off 22. June 1-2 9am. Sailing stuff, hang gilder, tools, BBQ, kitchen, artwork, lots of Thomas. JOHNSONVILLE 39 Church Hill Road. May 31st & June 1st 9am-3pm. Yard Sale & Clean Out Sale. MOVING! Entire household, kitchen, stereos, lawn equipment, camping, musical, video, power tools, landscaping, auto, hand tools, electronics, health aides, books, clothes, and etc. 518-744-6726
CRAGIN’S GUN SHOP BUY * SELL * TRADE 105 State St, Rutland, VT 802-773-9781 WORK 802-558-2300 CELL
AGWAY LAWN TRACTOR 16 HP, $450. 518-642-3776 H O N DA V E R S A S M A RT D R I V E m o w e r, 1 l e v e r, mulch, bag and discharge, $300. 802-287-9655
IF YOU USED THE MIRENA IUD between 2001present and suffered perforation or embedment in the uterus requiring surgical removal, or had a child born with birth defects you may be entitled to compensation. Call Johnson Law and speak with female staff members. 1-800-535-5727
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS CLARINET/FLUTE/ VIOLIN/TRUMPET/ Trombone/ Amplifier/ Fender Guitar, $69 each. Cello/Upright Bass/ Saxophone/ French Horn/ Drums, $185 ea. Tuba/Baritone Horn/Hammond Organ, Others 4 sale. 1-516-3777907
D E LTA M I LWAU K E E BAND SAW floor model w/ roller base, work light, 5 blades 93 1/2x¬, Rip fence g u i d e 1 / 2 h p m o t o r, E C, $250. 802-287-5743
10/26 X-Mas Shopping Variety Fair Woodman’s Hall, Wells VT. Tables 1 for $20, 2 for $35, Info 518-524-8404
AMORICI FARM WINERY 637 Colonel Burch Rd, Valley Falls, NY 12185. 518-469-0680. Friday - Sunday 11 am- 5:30 pm. Old world style hand crafted wine for every taste & budget
C H I H UA H UA T E A C U P PUPS 9 weeks old, first shots, all colors, $350 518683-4615. FREE BEAUTIFUL BABY kittens, need a good home, 518-686-0717 FREE KITTENS lovingly cared for by Mama in my Hampton home. Long & short haired, one striped calico. 518-744-9263
BABY RED PIGLETS $100, 518-677-3452 WANTED: Will take FREE goats, rabbits, sheep, laying hens, dogs. Will pick up. 518-642-3776
HORSE BOARDING New barn, indoor & outdoor arenas. Many extras, a must see! 802-353-2263
CORNER WALNUT HUTCH, leaded glass doors and TV opening, 8’ high, 34” backs, $500. 917-364-4987 WALNUT CHINA CLOSET, leaded glass doors, base storage, excellent condition, $250. 917-364-4987
CAMBRIDGE Saturday June 1, 395 Center Cambridge Rd, 9am - 2:30pm. Household items, camping gear, misc.
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SHASTA TRAVEL TRAILER (2) axel, great camp/storage, 32X12’ office trailer, $800 OBO. Whitehall, NY. 802-558-1797.
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SALEM NY 1 & 2 bdrm apartments available. Second floor, $375- $450/mo plus sec. 802-867-0375
GRANVILLE COUNTRY 1 & 2bdrm, $575-$600 +util. W/D hook-up, first, last, sec & ref. Will consider pets. 518-6423454
SCHUYLERVILLE Suitable for 1-2 adults only, 1bdrm upstairs, $500/mth +util. Lease, ref, sec. dep. 518-695-4721
GRANVILLE quiet, comfortable, 2bdrm apt, $600/mth, references & security deposit. 518-632-5023 G R A N V I L L E V I L L AG E 2bdrm includes heat/hot water/trash removal. $575/mth, security & ref. 518-642-2820 G R A N V I L L E V I L L AG E 1bdrm, first flr, incl. trash removal/appliances, $400 +util. Sec & ref. 518-642-2820 GRANVILLE 2bdrm apartment for rent. 518-642-2981 or 518-844-4489 GRANVILLE 1bdrm, suitable for 1, heat included. No smoking. No pets. $525/mth +security. 518-260-2596 G R A N V I L L E V I L L AG E 1bdrm, W/D incl., no pets/ smoking. $600/mth +sec. Avail 07/01.518-642-0510 GRANVILLE 1bdrm, nice village proper ty, $450/mth, first/last/security. Available June 1st. 732-788-9985 GRANVILLE Studio 1bdrm apt, heat/electric included, clean, private, quiet, $675/ mth +security. 518-260-8048
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GRANVILLE VILLAGE Upstairs 4bdrm, W/D hook-up, $750 +util. First, last, sec & ref. No pets. 518-642-3454
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RENTALS GRANVILLE 1bdrm upstairs, heat/hot water incl., W/D hook-up, $575. No pets. First, last, security & references. 518-642-3454
GRANVILLE-Mettowee Valley Apts - 2 bdrm $578 rent; utilities average $81. Special- free 1 months rent. No smoking. Pet? Must meet eligibility requirements. For application 518-584-4543. NYS TDD Relay Service 1-800421-1220. Handicap Accessible Equal Housing Opportunity. HUBBARDTON cozy country apart., sm upstairs, elec, snow removal, non-smoker. Pets possible, $425/mth 1st & sec, ref. 802-273-2499
EXIT ONE SELF-STORAGE Heated Units Also Available Route 4-A Fair Haven, VT 802-265-3330
VILLAGE OF GREENWICH 2 bdrm, sewer, water & heat incl. Downstairs, non-smoker. Security+ $650/mo. 518692-9059
C O S S AY U N A L A K E F R O N T C O T TA G E S 2 3bdrm, $445-$495 per week. Pool, boats, screened porches. 518-692-7978
WHITEHALL 2bdrm ground floor, $675/mo. incl heat & h o t wa t e r, wa s h e r / d r ye r hkup. OR 1bdrm w/ heat, hot water & elec, $425/mo. No pets, 1st mo +sec & ref. 206222-5925
WA R M W E AT H E R I S YEAR ROUND In Ar uba. The water is safe, and the dining is fantastic. Walk out to the beach. 3-Bedroom weeks available. Sleeps 8. $ 3 5 0 0 . E m a i l : email@example.com for more information.
WHITEHALL (2) 2bdrm, upstairs, quiet street, off street parking, $575/mth +sec. 518812-3331 or 518-796-3442 or 518-499-0159.
WHITEHALL restaurant for rent on the Champlain Canal. $625 monthly plus utilities, Call 518-499-2435
L A K E L AU D E R DA L E 1bdr m, newly renovated, lake view, $700/mth or rent to own $900/mth. 1/2 rent applied to purchase price. 802-867-0375 POULTNEY, VT 2bdrm, located near college. $700/mth +utilities. Security & 1 mths rent. 802-342-6482 SHUSHAN, NY Recently renovated home overlooking the Battenkill River. 3bdrm, 3 bath, basement storage, updated kitchen, W/D, snow/ ground maint incl. Cambridge School District. Small pet possibility. $1275/mth +util. Eves 518-854-9840. SO HARTFORD 3bdrm, 1 bath, $850 +util. Oil heat, cable/internet avail. References/security req., no smoking/dogs, 518-791-6116
RETIREE SEEKS RUSTIC year round rental, cabin/ camp/cottage. Charlie 518491-7373
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04 CHEVY MALIBU LS silver, 133K, one owner, 3.1 liter engine, maintenance records, $5200. 518-3659789
99 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE Fl car, pr pl, 5spd, 140k. Runs & drives, title issues. Over $1400 invest sell for $1,100. 518-282-9972
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
1998 SUBARU IMPREZA Outback Sport AWD, Gr, 4dr Auto. Loaded on Rd, 178k, $1,100 OBO. 518-282-9972 1998 VOLVO V70 XC. No rust. Starts. 155k miles. In need of engine TLC. $699/ or make an offer. 518.683.3091 1999 SUBARU OUTBACK Ltd Edition. Automatic, 6 cyl, inspected. New water pump, alternator, head gasket replace. New front brakes, 100,433 miles, $3000. 802867-4416 2000 HONDA CRV many new par ts, runs good inspected, 280K, $2,300. 802293-5210 2 0 0 0 H O N DA C I V I C L X 143,072 miles, KBB, fair price $2517, sell for $1500. Call 518-677-2402 or 518963-8152.
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16’ FIBERGLASS CANOE Ve r y g o o d s h a p e, c a r r y straps & paddles included. $150 Firm. 29 Mountain St, Whitehall. 518-260-4975 after 5. 2 WAVE RUNNERS 2003 Bombardier, 2005 Yamaha, low hours, double trailer. $8000. 802-265-2019 leave message BOAT MOTOR TRAILER 40HP, runs good, $1200. 802-293-5210
2000 SAAB 9-3 Convertible, Good cond, new engine, new turbo, new ball joints, $4000. 518-955-8878
GRUMMAN 15’ split seat, w/ shorelander trailer, 8HP Nissan, $1800. 802-273-2053
2001 BLACK DODGE Dakota, 100,000 miles, good condition, $3500/obo. 518854-3841 or 518-791-8788
PRINCECRAFT 12FT ROW BOAT comes with a Z trailer, 5HP Johnson motor & fuel tank, $750. 802-537-2332
2 0 0 1 T OYO TA C A M R Y 206,000 miles, runs great, $2300. 802-683-4057 2002 FORD TAURUS SES V-6 cyl, 24V DOHC, 43k miles, clean, excellent condition,$5,297. 518-642-3754 2005 PTCruiser Touring, sunroof, 5spd, many upgrades, minor rust, daily drive r, p a s s e d i n s p e c t i o n , $2990. 802-345-7312 2008 AUDI Q4 previous purchased maintenance package transferred with car. 43K, still under warranty, fully loaded, sunroof, $16,500/ obo. 802-235-2765
1953 US ARMY JEEP Restored, registered, rebuilt engine. New tires, new canvas, less than 1,500 miles, $12,000. 802-287-5743 1985 RAM CHARGER 4X4 little surface rust, orig engine, brand new tires & rims, Runs great. $5500. 518-7474565 1 9 8 8 B U I C K R E AT TA Looks & r uns great, new tires, brakes, & tuneup, never run in the winter, asking $2490/obo. 802-273-2647 US ARMY 1/4 TON trailer, completely reconditioned, can be sold w/ jeep or separately, $1,500. 802-2875743
1 4 6 6 I N T E R N AT I O N A L Good condition, fresh engine, new 20.8 X 38 rubber, $12,500. 802-345-5617 I N T E R N AT I O N A L H AY BINE 9’, $3125. 518-6325937 JOHN DEERE 2355 diesel w/loader, 2WD, GC, 56hp $8500. JD disc model 215 w/ cylinder, 13 6 wide, field ready, $2500. International disc w/cylinder, 12’ wide, $800. Ford 2 bottom plow, 3pt hitch, $475. 518-6956180
1992 FORD BRONCO 5 liter auto, 4WD, 174K, Minute Mount plow, body & frame great, has been hot oil undercoated, $2950 OBO. 518321-4662
1985 CLASS A 31’ Concession RV food tr uck. 75% complete to sell food on the go. For photos email firstname.lastname@example.org om, $10,500 OBO/Trade. 518-642-8183
1994 CHEVY 2500 Silverado 4X4. Recent front brakes, good rubber, tow pkg, inspected. Equipped w/ 8’ Fisher plow & Leer cap, $3000. 518-642-2031
1997 FORD F150 4X4 Lariat, bedliner, tonneau cover, ext cab. 140K miles. Nice cond, maroon, $3995. 802-3252615 1997 FORD F150 4X4 Lariat, bedliner, tonneau cover, ext cab. 140K miles. Nice cond, maroon, $3995. 802-3252615 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 2005 CHEVROLET DIESEL 2500 Crew cab. Leather, heated seats, sunroof. Exc cond, 106k miles, $20.000. 802-353-2263 94 GMC K3500 extra cab, long box, dually. 454 V8, auto, 8’ plow, gooseneck hitch, 163K, body & underneath in great shape, has been hot oil undercoated, $4850 OBO. 518-222-9446
08 SUZUKI C50 Boulevard, 805cc, 5300 miles, Black/ gray, windshield, saddle bags, very good condition, $4500. Manchester. 802366-8188 1984 HONDA GOLDWING Aspeneade runs perfect, no mechanical issues, looks good, $2,500 firm. 802-2654526
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
1990 HD FXRS 1300cc, new tires, $6000. 802-325-3127 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
2005 KAWASAKI BAYOU A d u l t r i d d e n , l ow m i l e s, $1500. 518-260-7196 ATV-250CC 5 speed, yellow. Like new- Demo. 30 miles, not a scratch, $1700. 802438-2910
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
06 MONTANA 5TH WHEEL 29’, 2 slide outs, non-smoking, excellent condition. 802442-4505 or eve 802-4424717
99 US CARGO 8x16 enclosed trailer, 2 drop gate doors, 1 side door, 7000lb GVWR, $2000/obo. 802-7331110
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2009 Ford F-150 Crew Cab XLT............................55,740 miles 2009 Dodge Journey R/T AWD, Loaded ................55,481 miles 2009 Jeep Liberty Sport .......................................37,891 miles 2010 Toyota Corolla Sunroof ..................................32,046 miles 2011 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Nav, Heated Seats ...16,405 miles 2007 Jeep Commander Sport...............................62,173 miles 2012 Ford F-250 XL Fx4 ......................................19,151 miles 2012 Dodge Ram 1500 Big Horn Edition .................16,440 miles 2009 Jeep Patriot Sport 4x4 .................................75,984 miles 2011 Chrysler 200 Touring ...................................35,560 miles 2011 Jeep Patriot Latitude ...................................13,899 miles 2007 BMW 328xi Sedan .......................................63,899 miles 2008 Kia Rio Automatic, $6,995 ...............................6,282 miles
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2011Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo X Leather ......29,448 miles 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo .....................40,475 miles 2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo .....................45,046 miles 2010 Chevrolet K1500 Crew Cab .........................36,929 miles 2011 Dodge Challenger R/T Nav, Leather .............28,350 miles 2011 Chevrolet K1500 Ext Cab ............................57,837 miles 2008 Jeep Liberty Limited Cummins ....................54,907 miles 2008 Dodge Ram 2500 AWD, Loaded ....................55,481 miles 2011 Hyundai Tucson LTD Nav ............................35,801 miles 2008 GMC K1500 ...................................................88,528 miles 2010 Dodge Grand Caravan .................................36,663 miles 2011 Dodge Nitro Heat 20” Chromes ....................31,721 miles 2012 Chrysler Town & Country Touring L ...........21,224 miles
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