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FreePress LAKES

Vol. 24, Issue 23


Friday, June 7, 2013

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The Lakes Region FreePress invites kids ages 5-10 to participate in our "Draw Your Dad" Father's Day contest, which is inside this week's edition. Top prize for best entry is a present for dad of a glider rocker with ottoman from Al’s Furniture Warehouse. Second prize is breakfast for four at the historic Birdseye Diner in Castleton. Third prize is a $50 gift certificate from Honey’s Bait & Tackle in Whitehall. Good luck!

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Everything’s Free! Vermont’s cultural and recreational attractions are rolling out the red carpet and inviting the public to experience everything the state has to offer and the best part—it won’t cost you anything. Dubbed Vermont Days, all state-owned historic sites, museums, and state parks will be open to the public—free of charge—June 8 and 9. This offer extends to both residents and nonresidents. The event, which is spon-

Your official guide to summer is now available Your all-new 2013 Lakes Region Summer Guide is out and available at hundreds of locations throughout the region. Be sure to pick up your copy today. It’s our biggest summer guide ever, with 132 pages filled with fun events and activities for the whole family to enjoy!

the year when residents and sored by the Departments of nonresidents may fish withForests, Park and Recreation, out a license. According to the Fish and Wildlife, Tourism Department of Fish and Marketing, and the and Wildlife, Division of Vermont’s Historic Parks, historic sites, 284 lakes Preservation, museums open to the and 7,000 is intended miles of to promote public for free! streams and interest in rivers offer the Vermont’s cultural greatest variety of high qualiand recreational attractions. ty fresh-water fishing in the One of the weekend’s highNortheast. lights is Saturday’s free fishThe free fishing day conveing day, the one day during

niently coincides with the start of the largemouth and smallmouth bass season Many of the sites participating in the weekend have organized special programming as added attraction for visitors. For instance, Vermont historian and attorney Paul Gillies will speak on “Relics and Souvenirs: Lay Archeologists and the

Shaving heads to fight cancer Many people will willingly shave their heads for a good cause this Saturday in Poultney. The Poultney Fire Department is hosting a St. Baldrick’s fundraiser for childhood cancer research this Saturday, June 8. “The basic premise behind St. Baldrick’s is it raises money for children’s cancer research; people shave their heads for money,” said Rich Eckrote, a member of the fire d e p a r t ment. He said people can either r a i s e m o n e y

ahead of time to get their head shaved or make their own donation at the event and then say goodbye to their hair. Eckrote, for example, said he signed up as a shavee and has already raised more than $500 on his own. He said many members of the fire department are taking part in the event and getting their heads shaved as a team. And those that don’t want to shave are welcome to come, make a donation

Free Uncovering of Vermont” at 2 p.m. at the Mount Independence Historic Site in Orwell. Gillies will begin the program by discussing a broken spoon encased in a display case of souvenirs from a 19th century excursion and amateur excavation at Mount Independence, and then will being to burrow into the magic of subterranean discoveries over time, the urge to dig up treasure, the nostalgic worship of relics, the role of sacred places and their preservation and of their gift shops, the ratiocination or rational-

Shave Congratulations Sam Jones! The FreePress would like to congratulate Sam Jones of Poultney on winning our May “Great Automotive Giveaway.” Sam won a beautiful Buick Riviera valued at $4,100. Sam was one of thousands that entered one of our most popular giveaways ever. The giveaway was sponsored by the Lakes Region FreePress and Ed Davis Autos of Fair Haven. Congratulations’re another lucky FreePress giveaway winner.

and watch others. Though members of the fire department didn’t hold the nationwide fundraiser last year, they have hosted it in years past. “It turned out to be a great fundraiser—we’d love to get a lot of people from the community to come out and shave or just donate,” he said. Along

ization of booty, the spoils of war, the defacement of ancient structures, the discovery of the elephant skeleton in Mount Holly, the night gold-diggers of Fayston, what St. Clair meant he when decided to evacuate the Fort in 1777, and before the ride is over, will with luck return to that spoon, to answer, simply and finally, why we care for historic places. At the Hubbardton Battlefield, guests can learn how to make and fly their own kite from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 8. Guests will also be able explore and immerse themselves in the battlefield, which is site of one of the most successful rear guard military actions in the history

of American armed conflict. Although American forces ultimately lost the battle, they gave their fellow compatriots enough time to get away and the events of the day helped paved the way for the pivotal battle at Saratoga later that year. Elsewhere in the Lakes Region, visitors can enjoy the day use facilities of the area’s state parks. Bomoseen and Lake St. Catherine state parks both offer boating, fishing, swimming and hiking opportunities. Each park features a concession stand and nonmotorized boat rentals. To learn more about Vermont Days, visit

with firefighters, there are a number of children signed up and also women. “Since 2000 more than 230,000 shavees—including more than 22,700 women—have shaved their heads at 5,500 events, raising critical funds for childhood cancer research,” according to the St. Baldrick’s website. Eckrote thinks the event is a great way to raise funds for a noble cause. “It’s a fun way to raise money for children’s cancer research

and show solidarity while doing so,” he said. The event, which starts at 11 a.m. and goes until 2 p.m. or until shavees stop coming, will take place at the fire house, which is located on Firehouse Lane off of Route 30 in Poultney. For more information email Muranda Doelling at doemura@

MWA open house next Friday Modern Woodmen of America Representative Jennifer Miller of Wells will hold an open house at 6 p.m. on June 14 at the MWA office in Wells. Refreshments will be served, and Miller will be on hand to answer questions. Miller reports open house guests will enjoy learning more about what the MWA is and what it offers and how to 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 802-325-9428, jennifer.miller@


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FHUHS baccalaureate Sunday, June 9 in Castleton Fair Haven Union High School will observe their traditional Senior Baccalaureate Service and Senior Buffet at 4 p.m. on Sunday, June 9. The Inter-Faith Voluntary church service will be held at the Castleton Federated Church on

Pawling named Asst. professor at Univ. of Maine Micah Pawling, son of Robert and Jane Pawling of Poultney, Vermont, received a Ph.D. in history from the University of Maine in 2010. On September 1, 2012, Dr. Pawling was appointed an Assistant Professor of History and Native American Studies at UMaine. In conjunction with the Penobscot Indian Nation, Pawling published the book, “Wabanaki Homeland and the New State of Maine: The 1820 Journal and Plans ofSurvey of Joseph Treat” (Univ. of Mass. Press). Based on the ethno- historical research of Pawling, a new permanent exhibit opened at the Maine State Archives in Augusta, Maine, entitled “Choosing Survival: Wabanaki Documents at the Maine State Archives”. The exhibit features 18thand 19th century Wabanaki documents and a map that provide a unique perspective on the Maine tribes’ struggle to preserve their homeland. Dr. Pawling also works with UMaine’s Wabanaki Center.

Main Street in Castleton. The Baccalaureate Address will focus on “Into His Marvelous Light (1 Peter 2:9).” Area Clergy will present each senior with a wise words script for each to refer to when dealing with life’s challenges.

An instrumental group will perform several Bach Chorales and a choral ensemble will sing Whitney Houston’s “The Greatest Love of All.” The entire congregation will join together and sing two verses of “America the

Middletown Springs firefighters hosting raffle, auction June 22 On Saturday, June 22, the M i d d l e t ow n Springs Firefighters Association will host a basket raffle, silent auction and 50/50 in conjunction with the Middletown Springs Fire Department’s Open House. The Fire Department will also be selling printed t-shirts, displaying their equipment, and doing live demonstrations.


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and their families will enjoy an assortment of foods prepared by Café Services. A graduation cake cutting ritual will take the spotlight with seniors sharing a special moment together. FHUHS Graduation will take place on June 14 at 7 p.m.

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Granville Fireman’s Carnival kicks off Thursday It’ll be a whole new ride for local amusement-seekers at this year’s Fireman’s Carnival next week. Granville Hook and Ladder’s biggest event, which takes place next Thursday through Saturday, June 13 to 15, will hold a brand new set of 12 rides. “Our main goal is to bring back a lot of things people have been asking for, like the Cobra, for years,” said Helen Wood, who is helping organize the event. “We have all new rides this year and nice rides that parents can go on with their

kids.” She said there are 12 rides and at least half of them are for teens and adults. And to go along with the new attractions is a wristband, which gets children and adults alike unlimited riding for the night for $20. In addition to the rides, there will be nightly shows. Phil Hoyt will play country music on Thursday from 6 to 8:30 p.m., and D.J. True Grit will be at the event as well. Organizers are still looking for more live entertainment. There will be games including dime pitch, a cake booth, a fish pond and a t-shirt game— “All the favorites we’ve

had for years,” Wood said. For the little ones there will be a fire truck kids’ ride, and for families an adult and child train ride, as well as a Ferris wheel and boat ride. The fire department will also set up its own bounce house, which will cost $1. Also new this year will be cow plop bingo, which the West Pawlet fire department is helping with. Those interested in purchasing squares can stop at the firehouse before next Thursday night. To kick off the carnival, a parade will step off at 5 p.m. at the firehouse, continuing up

Main Street and across Church Street to the carnival grounds on East Potter Avenue. Wood said the department is looking for anyone who is interested to participate in the parade. “Anything from kids decorating a bicycle or wearing a Halloween costume to a whole float,” she said. There will be fireworks, for which the department is looking for financial donations, on Saturday night at 10:30 p.m. A 50/50 raffle will be offered each night, too. Food, such as hot dogs, hamburgers, fries, clams, and sausage and peppers, will be for

Poultney Library hosting annual book sale July 6

Grange hosting auction today Center Grange 290 and Bomoseen Grange 273 will host an auction fundraiser Friday, June 7 at 6 p.m. at the Bomoseen Grange Hall. David Gibbs will auction off a variety of products donated by local residents. Proceeds from the auction will benefit Grange-sponsored community service projects in the towns of Hubbardton and Castleton. For more information, call Dwayne at 273-2651 or Skip at 342-7313.

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sale, and the firemen will sell their own cotton candy and food. Wood said the department has been struggling financially, like all nonprofit organizations, and this is their biggest fundraiser of the year. “This is really our big thing in order to be able to serve the community. It’s something that is local. We wouldn’t be able to do this without the support from the community,” she said. The carnival is open each day from 6 to 11 p.m., and the rain date will be Sunday, June 16. For more information call 518-6422401.


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4 p.m. to the Historical Society on the Green. The festival features strawberry shortcake made with fresh Vermont strawberries, homemade biscuits by Best Moon Catering, vanilla ice cream and whipped cream. A generous serving, including iced tea, lemonade or coffee will be available for $6. Paul Morgan and Friends will provide acoustic music throughout the afternoon. Kids’ activities, including the raffle of a doll contributed by Dietra Davis, will enliven the Festival. The Historical Society Museum will be open all afternoon, as well as on Sunday afternoons through October, and admission is free. On view in the Museum is a series of exhibits, created by Jon Mathewson for Vermont History Expo, focusing on Middletown from 1784 through the 1930’s, as well as an exhibit on the Montvert Hotel and Mineral Springs. The Mineral Springs Park, located nearby, is open every day, year round. For more information, contact Linda Hurcomb at 802-2359299 or David Wright at 802-2352376.

Save the Date! Saturday, July 6 looks to be the biggest book sale event that the Poultney Public Library has ever held. We have received a record amount of book donations this year. Our basement is filled to capacity; our selection of books is unprecedented! The sale is from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., though the line of anxious shoppers starts forming well before the unveiling of the books. You cannot go wrong with prices such as 25 cents for hard covers and 10 cents for paperbacks. We also have priced rare, autographed, and collectible books for sale. You never know what you will find. We have hundreds of children’s books for sale, and a treasure trove of new and old books to delight all ages. People travel from far and wide to attend our sale. So save the date, write it on your calendar, and tell your friends. Please note that due to the volume of donations this year we are unable to accept any more donations until August 1. For more information, please call the Poultney Public Library at 802-287-5556. You can view our website at or find us on Facebook.

Wells Library needs books for annual sale July 6 The Wells Village Library is getting ready for the best little library's Book & Bake Sale to be held this year on July 6 at the Modern Woodsman Building in Wells from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. This year we will have an expanded “Treasure Tables” including many special items from a local, well known store for sale. Donations of books but not magazines, videos or cassette tapes, and encyclopedias will be accepted at the library during library

hours in boxes. Donations for our “Treasure Tables” will be accepted on Friday, July 5 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Modern Woodsman Building. Volunteers are needed for set up on July 5 and the day of the sale. Call the library at 645-0611 for further information and volunteer sign up. The Little Listeners will be celebrating National Dairy Farm Month on June 6 and Flag Day on June 13 at 10:30 a.m. Children ages three to

five will be welcome with a parent or caregiver for this funfilled program of stories, music, crafts and a snack. The Wells Village Library will be having a very active Summer Reading Program “Dig into Reading” for the Little Listeners or the Little Diggers held on Thursday mornings at 10:30 a.m. from June 20 to Aug. 1 and for the Big Diggers on Wednesdays at 3:30 p.m. from June 26 to July 31. Flyers about these pro-

Twig remembers Nanette Gilmour For twenty years this petite pretty lady would come into town from Middletown from her small farm down that way. Not at all shy, but very reserved, she kept pretty much to herself and dealt very seriously with whoever tended to

her needs. She was always well dressed (not over dressed) with everything in its proper place. If you could raise a smile from her it was radiant. I mean it would light up the whole room.

Today, I just finished reading her obituary. I for one am really going to miss the petite, attractive lady from Middletown Springs. God bless you, Nanette Gilmour.

Lillian Wood When she and her husband Bob purchased the property in West Haven, it was like God said to them, “I want you to take this land, make it beautiful and make it as productive as you can.” “Also I want you to raise some fine young men who will be hardworking, productive members of society.” And they did just that. Lillian was such a fun-loving, giving person. When she came in the building, you knew that fun was coming with her. She thoroughly enjoyed the friendly combative feeling that

involves two people or more joking around. In the hardware store, in the plumbing aisle, I get these good vibes left behind by old friends like Donald Bishop and Newmie Williams and many others who I had so much fun working with and waiting on. I get a different good feeling from friends of the past like Mary Shank and Jane “Ma” Mead when I’m in the household aisles. Now I am sure I will be getting some help when I am dealing with customers in the cooking and canning sector. I didn’t have a clue that we

were so close in age (she was only two years younger.) but I never had to know. With that in mind I will end with a verse from a pretty little song from our teenage years. But since I am the writer of many songs, I will use a bit of poetic license and replace the word “Jenny” with “Lilli” just for rhythm and flow effect. “Goodbye, Lilli, goodbye— goodbye, Lilli, goodbye. I’ll see you again, but I don’t know when—goodbye, Lilli, goodbye…

CSC acquires air-supported dome Castleton College is pleased to announce the addition of an exciting new facility that will serve recreation and athletics needs for the college and the community. The air-supported structure has been a part of Middlebury College’s campus since 2003, and measures 320-feet long, by 128-feet wide and 47-feet tall. Castleton took ownership of the facility through an agreement with PC Construction and Middlebury for just the cost of transportation, storage and

Benson hosting townwide sale Area bargain hunters will descend on Benson later this month as the community hosts its annual townwide yard sale. The sale will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 15. Vendors and private sales will be held throughout the community and shoppers will be able to find a diverse range of items to purchase. Maps indicating the location of sales will be available at the G&L Store, The Benson Village Store, the Wheel Inn and the church.

later installation. “The college is thrilled to acquire such an impressive, multi-purpose structure that will provide exciting new opportunities for college students and staff, and the greater community,” Castleton President Dave Wolk said. “I am particularly grateful to Middlebury College President Ron Liebowitz and his talented staff for working with us to make this happen. We will take some time to develop a strategic plan for programs and sitting that will provide

maximum benefit for the college and the community, keeping in mind our strong commitment to the Rutland Region.” While a permanent location has yet to be determined, the large domed facility figures to play an important role in Castleton’s recreation and intramural programs as well as its 20 varsity sports. It will also support Castleton’s continued efforts to provide opportunities for student internships, entrepreneurial growth and community engagement.

Mettawee Community PTO reports “Share the Warmth” program a success The Mettawee Commuity PTO is pleased to report that the recent “Share the Warmth” event was a huge success. With everyone’s help, the MCS PTO was once again able to provide hundreds of families with spring and summer clothing and shoes. MCS PTO President Brooke Burnham, said, “I can personally say that area families greatly appreciate that we have been able to provide this service to them. Also, many thanks to all the families, staff and community members that brought in donations for this wonderful cause and helped to sort all the clothing and organize the tables.” For future donations, Brooke Burnham will be collecting kids’ clothes year round, as she has a place to store them for upcoming clothing drives. To donate please contact Mrs. Burnham at 802-645-0968 to schedule a donation drop-off.

ticket will be given for each book read this summer by a teen or an adult. Teens will have a chance to win a basket of exciting books. Adults will be given the chance to win a “Paris Box” complete with the new book, “Paris” by Edward Rutherford and special items. Drawing for the teen and adult prize will be held on Aug. 5. All programs are free and provided for by the Wells Village Library!

grams will be distributed to each child at the Wells Village School and will be available at the library. Children who participate in the Summer Reading Club can earn prizes by reading, completing activities and entering the weekly guessing game. New this year! Summer Reading Club for Teens, “Beneath the Surface” – Grades 6 to 12 and for Adults, “Groundbreaking Reads” will begin on June 24. A free raffle

Children’s food program announced Fair Haven Concerned is taking steps to ensure that area children don’t go without lunch this summer. The organization is participating in the summer Food Service Program for children in conjunction with the Fair Haven Recreation Department’s summer activities program. Funded by the United States Department of Agriculture, the program is designed to ensure that children who rely on free or reduced price meals during the school year continued to have adequate nutrition throughout the summer. Breakfast and lunch will be offered at no charge to all children age 18 years or younger Monday through Friday, beginning June 24 and continuing through Aug. 9. Breakfast will be served at 8:30 a.m. and lunch at 11:45 a.m. The meal program, in addition to the recreation and activities program, will be held at the Fair Haven Grade School playground. For additional information about the food program, contact Julie Austin at Fair Haven Concerned at 265-3666.





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On Saturday, June 8 from 9 to 11a.m. at the Rutland Country Club, Rutland Regional’s Foley Cancer Center will be celebrating National Cancer Survivors Day with approximately 100 local survivors and their families. Every year, this important day recognizes those who have won the battle; inspires those who were recently diagnosed; gathers support for families; and reaches out to the commu-

nity to enhance awareness of this disease. This year’s theme is a “Path of Life…A Celebration of Life”. During the event attendees will be encouraged to bond, share stories, socialize over breakfast, and create their own garden stepping stone. Rutland Regional Medical Center was one of the first hospitals in the region to offer several leading-edge cancer-fighting technologies, including the

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Community College of Vermont on TV Monday 9 a.m., Wednesday 6:30 p.m., Friday 10 a.m. Topic: Michael Keogh, Coordinator of academic Services at the Rutland site talks with staff and students Castleton College

Commencement Monday 8:30 p.m., Tuesday 12:30 p.m. Friday 1 p.m. Castleton Soundings – 2007 Castleton Graduate Ariel Delaney Tuesday 9 p.m., Thursday 5 p.m., Friday 7 a.m. Topic: Somalia: Conflict, Humanitarian Aid and Development in Somalia Insight Monday 6 p.m., Wednesday 10 a.m, Thursday 9:30 p.m., Saturday 9 p.m. Topic: Learn how the new Vermont health system is going

to work, with guest Mark Larson, Commissioner of the VT Dept. of Health Access The Conservative – Hosted by Mike Lannon Tuesday 11:30 a.m., Wednesday 5 p.m., Thursday 9 p.m., Saturday 8:30 p.m. Topic: Mike Lannon’s bi-weekly views on national political news. Big Joe’s Journal – Hosted by Joe Tilden Tues 5:30 p.m., Wed 4:30 p.m., Fri 11 a.m. Sun 8:30 p.m Topic: Joe informs us on topics ranging from local to national, from history to modern day events.

Bell earns win at Devil’s Bowl Speedway Fire Dept. hosting fundraiser The Fire Department’s Father’s Day Spaghetti Dinner, a fund-raiser event is to be held on Sunday, June 16th from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Mark your calendar and be there with everyone. The father’s day dinner is sponsored and hosted by the West Pawlet Volunteer Fire Department. The father’s day dinner will be held at the West Pawlet fire house. The West Pawlet fire house is located on Route 153 (Main Street) in West


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Alex Bell topped the winners’ list at Devil’s Bowl Speedway on Friday, May 31. Bell earned the sixth Bond Auto Parts Modified victory of his career during Whelen Engineering Night presented by Mobil 1 for the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series. Bell, 21, of Cambridge, NY, led every step of the 35-lap feature race, but never had more than a two car-length advantage. Bell ran a consistent line but was unable to shake perennial Modified championship contenders Vince Quenneville, Jr. and Ron Proctor. On the final lap Bell was able to pull ahead to win by just a car length over Quenneville, with Proctor a tight third. Whitehall’s Matt Atwood finished 12th. Hunter Bates saved his best for last in the Late Model division. The 17-year-old began the day by attending his final class at Middlebury Union High School, then led only the final




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Mini Stock feature. Jake Noble of Benson, Vt. finished second, and John McCarron of Rensselaer, N.Y. inherited third place in post-race inspection after the car driven by Dan Collins failed to meet the minimum weight requirement. Brett “Woody” Wood of Georgia, Vt. won the 75-lap Enduro Series event for the second win of his Enduro career at Devil’s Bowl. Devil’s Bowl Speedway returns to action on Friday, June 7 with the People’s United Bank 100 – the second round of the four-race Vermont State Late Model Championship Series. The Bond Auto Parts Modifieds, the Renegades, and the Central Vermont Motorcycles Mini Stocks will be in action, along with the first Spectator Races of the season for street-legal vehicles. Racing is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. For more information, visit www.devilsbowlspeedwayvt. com or call 802-265-3112. Devil’s Bowl Speedway is on Facebook at DevilsBowlSpeedway and on Twitter at @DevilsBowlSpeed.

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First Friday features food, music and exhibit opening Take a shot and enjoy some art at this months’ First Friday on June 7. For the Pember Library and Museum’s culinary component this time around, Edward’s Liquor will be offering free samples of flavored whipped cream shots, in addition to the glasses of wine they typically sell. The Pember will also have an acoustic guitarist adding to the ambiance of the local art that will be on display. The three featured artists

offer a variety of work for community members to enjoy. Watercolorist Betty O’Brien, who maintains a teaching facility in The Shirt Factory and offers a variety of watercolor classes and workshops, will be showing her work. Dolores Thomson, who has been creating with clay for more than 20 years, will display her pottery, officials said. Her work has been shown in galleries and art fairs throughout upstate New

York. And Debby Loomis, a fabric artist, will be showing her quilted handbags. Nearby at the Slate Valley Museum will be the opening of a new exhibit celebrating immigrants from the Carpatho-Rusyn Mountains. “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. 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. As always, the event runs from 7 to 9 p.m. at both museums. For more information call the Slate at 642-1417 or the Pember at 642-1515.

Rupert Library hosting artist reception June

Governor meets with Mettawee school students

The Rupert Kittay Library will be hosting an artist reception for Judith Winder from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, June 22. Judith received a BFA from the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, Old Lyme, CT. studying painting and drawing. She attended the Universary of Toledo where she received both BA and MA degrees. She also studied at the Toledo Museum of Art. Her love of art and culture has taken her to Asia and Europe. Judith has exhibited in many exhibitions at the Lyme Academy, and also at the Evergreen Art Association, Evergreen, Colorado: the Owens Corning Building, Toledo, Ohio: the Crosby Gardens Art Show, Toledo, Ohio: the Mystic Art

Association, Mystic Connecticut: and the Woodenhead Galleries, Key West, Florida. She had a one woman show of her Key West paintings at the Golden Street Galley in New London, Connecticut. Judith now lives in Rupert with her husband Ron Lowy and their cat Willow. The exhibit will continue through the month of July during library hours: Tuesday 2:305:30, Wednesday 10:00-2:00, Thursday 5:00 -7:00, Saturday 9:00-12:00. The Kittay Library is located at 2827 Rte 153 in Rupert, VT. For more information visit the Library website at www. , e-mail or call the Library at 394-2444.

Annual car rally this Saturday in Granville Your 2013 FHUHS graduation supplement is coming next week in your Lakes Region FreePress. Be looking for this special keepsake edition.

Congratulations to our first senior class graduating from LiHigh School -

We wish you much luck & success in all your future endeavors!

Logan Patnaude has deferred a year from Hampshire College in Amherst, MA, to take time to pursue his curiousity of the world by working on organic farms through the WWOOF program. He is looking to travel to California, Hawaii, and New Zealand throughout the course of the year before he goes to Hampshire College.

Giulia’s future plans consist of taking a gap year to WWOOF and volunteer abroad. She will be going back to Tuscany, Italy for three months, to work on a wine vineyard and an olive farm, and she has yet to decide where she wants to volunteer after that.

Bradley’s immediate plans include participating in a summer internship program to strengthen his computer programming skills. The internship will be followed by enrollment in a program that will allow Bradley to travel abroad next year. His ultimate goal is to attend Stanford University in the Fall of 2014.

Model cars, rickshaws, motorcycles and tractors — they’ll all be on display at the seventh annual Penrhyn Engine and Hose Company Car Rally this Saturday, June 8. From 5 to 8 p.m. at the Middle Granville Carnival Grounds, local car aficionados can look at entries from Rutland, Granville and elsewhere. “The car show offers a time for family, friends and neighbors to come out and enjoy good food and good conversation while helping out a good cause,” organizers said. Bernie Emery, a car show organizer, said the event is a major fundraiser for the fire company. In the past, he said they’ve been fortunate to have many cars at the show, and this year he will be debuting his 1957 Henry J. Kaiser Rat Rod. People enjoy these events so much, he

said, because they like to talk about what they’ve done to fix up their cars with others who can appreciate it. And Ardyce Bresett, car show committee leader, thinks the show inspires people to do their own fix-ups. “It helps us build up our wish list. It’s fun to own one, it’s fun to build one and it’s fun to show people,” she said. Emery is hoping for a good crowd to come out to the event and support the fire department. In addition to all the vehicles, there will be live music, food, fun and ground prizes, as well as a 50/50 raffle at the event. The rally has a rain date of Sunday, June 9. Admission is $3 and free for children under six. The entry fee to show is $8 for preregistration and $10 at the event. For more information call Bresett at 518-642-0798 or Emery at 518-642-1094.

Benefit basket party Saturday in Fair Haven

Tom Becker is planning on heading out into the work field right out of high school with hopes of getting a job with an electrician in the fall and going through the apprenticeship course to get licensed in electrical work.

We’re very proud of Steven’s accomplishments, particularly his ability to finish his requirements while also being a fabulous father to his infant son!

There will be a basket party this Saturday, June 8 at the Fair Haven Legion to help raise funds for a sick infant. Aubrianna Duncan was born with many severe health issues that require 24-hour care. Organizers said caring for her is not only exhausting and trying physically and emotionally but also financially. Organizers are looking for theme baskets of all kinds. The event will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. All monetary donations may be mailed to Aubrianna Duncan C/O Heritage Family Credit Union. 67 Washington Street, Fair Haven, VT 05743. ATTN: Bobbi Bean.



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PHS to award 36 diplomas Friday graduation ceremonies Poultney High School will award diplomas to members of the Poultney High School Class of 2013 during this evening’s commencement ceremonies. Three dozen students are expected to receive their diplomas during the ceremony, which will be at 6 p.m. The ceremony is scheduled to be held on the school’s football field, but with the forecast calling for periods of rain throughout the day, the event will likely be

moved into the gymnasium. Besides the presentation of diplomas and scholarships, the ceremony will include remarks from English teacher Scott Holliman, as well as Class of 2013 valedictorian Lucy DeMatties and salutatorian Sadie Brown. Besides parents, relatives and other members of the community, members of the Class of 1948 will be in attendance as the group celebrates its 65th

anniversary. Although a limited number of seats have been set aside for the guests of every student, school officials say there is always plenty of seating available and the event is open to the public. Next Friday, at 7 p.m. on June 14, Fair Haven Union High School will host its commencement ceremonies on the school’s football field. In the event of

inclement weather, the event will be moved indoors to the school’s gymnasium. Approximately 100 students are expected to 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. If the graduation ceremony

is held outdoors, it will be open to the public. If the ceremony needs to be moved indoors, only tickets holders will be permitted inside the gymnasium. Senior Baccalauerate Services will be held at 4 p.m. on Sunday, June 9, at the Castleton Federated Church. For additional information on either ceremony, call the Poultney High School at 2875861, or the Fair Haven Union High School at 265-4966.

2013 Rizio-Wood golf scholarships awarded Fair Haven Historical Society planning History Day event In memory of Joe Rizio and Richard Wood, four golf scholarships were awarded for 2013. These scholarships, each for $2,000, were presented to Zachary Temple (Hartford High School), Alexander Trayah (Arlington High School), Garrett Brown (Lake St. Catherine Country Club) and Billy Ross (Lake Morey Country Club). The monies raised for these scholarships come from the annual Rizio-Wood Memorial Golf Tournament, to be held this year at The Golf Club at the

Equinox on Sunday, Aug. 18 with an 8 a.m. shotgun start. Two friends, Richard Wood – former golf pro for 16 years at The Golf Course at the Equinox, and Joe Rizio – 25-year treasurer of the Vermont Golf Association Scholarship Fund, believed in helping local people entering golf-related professions and/or agronomy by providing some funding for the education of worthy applicants. To date, more than $50,000 has been given out in scholarships to 25 different recipients. Everyone is invited to join in

either on a team of players or as a sponsor. This tournament is a really fun day with friends, golf, prizes and food. More importantly, it’s a day to support local golf and to remember two great friends who loved and wanted to share the game with others. If you are unable to come out and play on that day, you can lend your support by sponsoring a team of players, sponsoring a golf tee, or by donating a prize or a gift certificate. Contact 802-362-1647 or 802-3621279 for more information.

The Fair Haven Historical Society will host its annual History Day from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, July 28 on the Town Green. Members are inviting area historical societies to set up a table or display showcasing something about their town. There is no theme for the event, other than to highlight the history of local communities. In addition to local histori-

cal societies, local artisans and members of Civil War and Revolutionary War reenactors will be invited. There will also be games for children like croquet and checkers. The cost for participation in this event is free to all historical societies. In order to reserve a spot, interested participants are encouraged to contact a member of the Fair Haven Historical Society.


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20x40 SWIMMING POOL SOLAR blanket, 12 mil, rollup reel. Originally $600. Selling $99. 518-282-9068

(2) PIPE CLAMPS, 5ft long, great for big jobs, $30. 518282-9647

25 CERAMIC MOLDS $99. 518-686-7832

15’ TRAMPOLINE older model in used condition. You dismantle and take away, $25. 518-695-6135 2 BACK PACKS for small dogs, GC, $30. 518-6927766 2 DRAWER FILE CABINET heavy dark wood, 27 x 20 x 18, $25. 802-688-3808 2 KENNEY NEPTUNE VINYL roll up blind w/ valence. Bone, w48X72l, $25. 518692-7766

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2 LADDER BRACKETS to run planks through to make staging, $80. 518-488-0002

4 WINTERMARK STEEL BELTED radial M/S tires, P205/75R14, good tread, $50. 802-558-5951

2 ROCKER RECLINERS blue, need cables for foot rest, good man cave/camp, $50 OBO. 518-488-0002

45” ROUND SOLID OAK pedestal table w/ two 8” leaves & 2 chairs. Very sturdy & g/c, $99. 518-639-8967


5 DRAWER WOOD chest, exc cond, $80. 518-639-3019 5 T H W H E E L TA I L G AT E black, fits Chevy, $99. 518686-7832 7 2 7 TO R QU E F L I G H T transmission off 1973 big block mopar, $99. 518-7885999 8 PAGE PAPER shredder, $15. 802-688-3808 A M E R I C A N S TA N DA R D ELITE Whirlpool EZ heater, heater, model EZHEAT-100, $99. 518-692-7766 ANTIQUE 2 MAN cross cut saw, 5ft long, $65. 518-6386820

ANTIQUE PLANET JR garden tractor B/S mdl N engine, cultivators, plw & other access, $99. 802-645-9752 A N T I QU E V I C TO R I A N WICKER baby carriage, $75. 518-677-5095 ANTIQUE WOODEN PULLEY large metal double rings w/ lrg hook on top. Exc cond, HD, $65. 518-638-9010 BABY CRIB solid wood, light maple, mattress, new condition, $85. 518-639-3019 BAKERS RACK green metal, good for plants on porch or patio. Very good condition, $40. 518-692-7706

A N T I Q U E 4 D R AW E R dresser w/ oval mirror, 44”l X 34”h, $99. 802-645-9188

BANG & OLUFFSEN STEREO recvr, trntbl, spkrs, dual cassette. Nakamichi deck, $99. 518-744-8733

ANTIQUE BOLENS HUSKY garden tractor w/ cultivator ok rubber, $99. 802-6459752

BARIATRIC STATIONARY COMMODE like new, $85. 802-375-4045 BASKETBALL BACKBOARD w/ hoop, no pole, $25. 518-692-7766

BASKETBALL PORTABLE hoop system, $35. 518-6953304 B E AU T I F U L D R E S S E R with 4 drawers, must see. Ask for Maria Myzak, $99. 518-499-1191 BICYCLE PEUGEOT CARBOLITE 103 men’s blue excellent, $95. 518-677-5095 BLACK BRIDESMAID DRESS size 18, pick-up style strapless, $99. 518366-1520 BLUE BABY JUMPER Horse style, $20. 518-3661520 BOOKCASE DARK PINE stain, 3 shelves, 24x37, $25. 802-235-2301 B OW S AW a n t i q u e , 2 8 ” long, $25. 518-638-6820 B OY S C L OT H E S 1 8 g a l size bin, size 4-6, $50. 518753-6186

CANON i960 PHOTO printer, IOB original cost $249, used very little. Just needs ink, $40. 518-695-5436

C O M P U T E R PA R T S p c keyboard new, plus assorted wires, new, $15. 802-3623340

CD COLLECTION W/ CASE “Girl Group Sounds” w/ 4 CD’s, never been used, $20 OBO. 518-677-5718

CRAFTSMAN WEED TRIMMER & brush trimmer, 31cc, works well, $85. 518-2829647

CD/DISC ALBUM CUBE 96 CD’s, stackable/expandable/ wall mount. Unused, $20 OBO. 518-301-1200

CRAFTSMAN 1/2” AIR IMPACT wrench, works well, $60. 518-282-9647

C H E R RY L A M I N AT E T V stand w/ cupboards & shelving 58w,19d,48h, $80. 802342-7726 CHESTNUT BABY CRIB w/ extras, like new, $60. 518636-3614 CHROME BRUSH GUARD for 2002 Chevrolet pick-up truck, $50. 518-677-2601 COMMERCIAL FAN pedestal, asking $45. 802-3759313 COMPUTER DESK METAL legs light maple, great condition, pull out keyboard, $40. 518-664-3612

CRAFTSMAN RADIAL ARM SAW good condition, $85, Schuylerville. 518-6955228 CRAFTSMAN LASER Trac measuring tool. Measures 2 to 50’ sq& cubic ft-metersfeet, $25. 518-587-0836 CRAFTSMAN 4-1 LASER TRAC level. Vertical, horizontal, 90 degree, wall, hand mount, $25. 518-587-0836 CREAM WOOD french dresser, exc cond, $75. 518639-3019 DOONEY & BURKE BLUE tote purse, w/ cream signature print, $99. 518-686-4867

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DRYER SEARS 2 yrs new! $99. Call Dr. Dan, 802-3756011

MATT HENRY COMMENTARIES on the whole Bible, $25. 802-394-7885

SET OF ANTIQUE 1800’S iron wheels, $75. 518-6867832

DUNCAN CERAMIC KILN 24” high, 21” wide shelves, posts & stilts included, $99. 518-686-7832

MISC KITCHEN CHAIRS 3, all in very good condition, $15. 518-306-4234

SKIS CROSS COUNTRY older models, three sets w/ poles, $20. 518-793-4395

MODEL A CYLINDER head, $80. 518-642-9122

SMALL DESK solid oak, $50. 518-677-5952

MOUNTAIN BIKE Cannondale F400, 7 gears, black/ yellow, great bike, $99. 518301-1200

SMALL RED TRICYCLE used very little, $20 OBO. 518-306-4234

ELECTRIC HEATERS Singer, wall-mount, 1500 mount, 1500 watt, 20 x 13.5”, $50. 518-677-2766 EMERSON 27” TV works great, $50. 518-538-0216 EMERSON MICROWAVE 22x12, black, push button, $35. 802-235-2301 ENTERTAINMENT CENTER 60”l X 25”h X 20”d, good condition, $50. 518469-4742 ENTERTAINMENT CENTER SIZE 17X30W H76, good condition, 5 shelves, $50. 518-642-3607 EXERCISE NORDIC TRAC Older Model, $30. 518-7934395 FOLDING BOOKCASE ash wood, 3 shelf, 37 x 28 x 11.5, $15. 802-688-3808 F O U N TA I N P U M P K I T MWK535A and waterfalls, Beckett filter & pump. 950 gallons, $50. 518-677-2766 FRIGIDARE AIR CONDIT I O N E R 8 , 0 0 0 B T U. D e signed for narrow/ sliding wdw, $99. 802-265-8026 GARAGE DOORS (2) overhead wooden w/ windows & opener, 7.5’ tall by 10’ wide, $50. 518-526-2805 GIRLS CLOTHES 18 gallon size bin of 24 mos, and 2T, $50. 518-753-6186 GOLF CLUBS MACGREGOR Jack Nicklaus w/ bag, $50. 518-677-5095 GOLF CLUBS bag, pull cart. Womens Patty Berg, RH, 2 woods, 7 irons, putter, $30. 518-695-3304 GRACO DOUBLE STROLLER front, back. Good condition, clean, $60. 518-2829668 call after 6 or wkends. G U I TA R A M P O r a n g e Crush, 35 Watt on board effects. Sounds excellent. Lots of power, $99. 518-642-3077 HOMELITE TRIMMER gas powered, 2 yrs old, $65. 518677-5846 HOOD BUG DEFLECTOR for GMC-Chevy pick up, 9906, $60. 518-526-9890 HP LASER JET 3200 All-inone printer, $30. 802-6883808 I N - L I N E S K AT E S b oy s , Roller Derby Web Stinger, size 2-5, gently used in box, $30. 518-587-4007 Wilton JUMP STATER WITH air compressor 12V DC plus power source, 5V USB hardly used, $50. 518-638-9010 KERO-SUN HEATER used once, must go!, $5. 518-6329634 KO H L E R S I N K w / P r i c e Pfister faucet, $50. 518-6775952

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LAWN ROLLER $35. 518854-3872

ROOF SHINGLES ASTROCAST 25 red, one bundle, $10. 802-394-7885

LG PORTABLE AIR CONDITIONER energy saver, remote, 12,000BTU, 110 volt, $99. 802-342-7726

RYOBI 10” TABLE saw & stand, model BTS12S, almost new, $50. 802-5585951

L I K E N E W BA R I AT R I C walker w/ wheels, $65. 802375-4045

SAMSUNG 19” TV works great, $20. 518-538-0216

LINCOLN STICK 220volt welder, $50. 802-342-7726 LOVE SEAT SOFA SLEEPER neutral & excellent condition, must go! $20. 518632-9634 LOVE SEAT very good condition, $60. 518-639-3019 MAHOGANY CHEST 45x35x20, bow front, good condition, $55. 802-287-9992

SAXON 54 MATH text book, workbook & answer book. Gently used, great cond, $20. 518-638-9010 S A X O N 7 6 M AT H t e x t , workbook, answer book, plus 2 DIVE CD discs, new never used, $45. 518-638-9010 SEARS BAGGER for Sears tractor, $20. 518-499-1275 SEARS WEEK WACKER 17” 24cc. Runs great, new $139, sell, $50. 518-6775408

SMALL ROLL TOP DESK excellent condition, $60. 518-409-4579 SOFA SLIPCOVER large, Pottery Barn, used in good condition, reversible, neutral colors, $25. 518-793-4395 SPEAKERS BOSTON ACOUSTICS model A70’s $98. 518-753-6186 STORM DOOR w/ built in screen for 32”x80” opening, $25. 518-526-2805 STOVE SEARS electric 4 burner, 2 yrs new, you pick up, $99. Call Dr. Dan, 802375-6011 SWIMMING POOL in ground s a f e t y c o v e r. L o o p L o c brand, excellent condition, $50. 518-686-7251 SWIMMING POOL IN GROUND step ladder. Excellent condition, $50. 518686-7251

L A R G E OA K D I N I N G ROOM table w/ leaf. 8 chairs, 6 years old, ver y nice!, $500. 802-342-7726 LOG SPLITTER 10 ton, new motor. Not needed any longer, $400 OBO. 802-287-0577

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SYLVANIA 20” COLOR TV w/ remote, works good, $30. 518-642-3604 TIPTON GUN VISE new, durable construction, front & hands free support, fits any stock, $55. 518-587-0836 TRAIL CAMERA dgtl Moultrie-Auto-hand held laser aim-USB & TV output, new cond, $55. 518-587-0836 TRAILER HITCH Fits Honda CRV, 2007-2011, like new, $75. 518-796-3641

Neil and Naomi are eager to adopt. Joyfully married, creative, active, loving couple. Please call 1-800982-3678 or www.coupleseeks Expenses paid.

HUNTING CLUB HAS OPENINGS Town of Dresden, great hunting and fishing. For info 518-668-2849

TWO CUSHION DORM chairs, w/ matching twin XL quilt. Pink paisley pattern. $50. 518-686-4867

VISALUS SHAKES damaged in shipping, small hole in bags, $20. 518-664-3612 WA S H E R S E A R S 2 y r s new!, you pick up, $99. Call Dr Dan, 802-375-6011 WESLO PURSUIT 350 exercise bike, paid $150, asking $75. 518-538-0216 WINDOW DOUBLE HUNG double pane w/ brick molding R/O 34”x57”, 2x4 construction, $30. 518-526-2805

ALL HARDWOOD TRIAXLE load log length. Local Delivery, $750. Alexander Logging 518-499-0356 or 802342-0641.

FREE SARATOGA SPA hot tub, seats 4. Schuylerville/ Saratoga area. You haul away. 518-265-9617 or email

HOOSIER Large cupboard with frosted glass, $999. 518-499-1098

MERCHANDISE 2 PERSON HOT TUB runs 120v, all chemicals included. Has insulated cover, $200. 802-287-0577 3 ELECTRONIC SWEDA cash registers w/24 departments, original cost $5000. All 3 $600. 518-638-9000 BEAR GAME OVER, hunting bow, adjustable draw, 5070lbs. Wisker bisket rest, arrows, releases, hard case, target, 3 pin sight and more. Brand new condition. Over $700 invested, asking $550. 802-265-8026 DR TRIMMER ON LARGE wheels, B/S 5HP extra str ing, great for mowing fence lines, $140. 802-6459752 ELECTRIC SCOOTER with 2 batter ies and charger, $125. 518-642-3776 EVER STAR AIR CONDITIONER Free standing, like new, $300 fir m. 518-6929122 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

SALEM NY 86 Gillis Hill Lane, “in house estate sale”. Furniture, glassware, electronics, yarn, trunks, bedding, decorations, toys and household misc. June 14 & 15, 21 & 22. 9-4pm. SOUTH POULTNEY Estate Sale, 3630 Rte 31. Saturday, June 8, 2013. 9am- 4pm. Everything in the house must go!!! Trunks, dressers, beds, linens, kitchen items and much more! W E S T RU P E RT, V T 1 6 6 East Street. June 8-9 9am2 p m . N ew a n d o l d s t u f f, antiques, potted irises, everything excellent condition.

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

WALNUT CHINA CLOSET, leaded glass doors, base storage, excellent condition, $250. 917-364-4987

ARGYLE Moving Sale. 31 Nicholson Lane. June 7-9 9am-5pm. Shop smith, Adirondack items, fur niture, sand blaster and much more. A R L I N G TO N M OV I N G SALE Fri & Sat, June 7 & 8. 10am - 3pm. Furniture, Furniture, Furniture, Household, antiques and much more! RAIN OR SHINE! 7a to 313W, 2214 River Rd CAMBRIDGE 21 North Union St., Friday-Sunday June 7-9 10am-5pm. Antiques, furniture, ar twor k, lighting, households, fabric, frames, books, DVD’s and etc. EAGLE BRIDGE off Route 67 to 39 Tur npike Road. June 8th 9am-4pm. Huge Multi-family tag sale. Furniture, clothing and miscellaneous. Something for everyone.

THE EAST DORSET CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH will be holding our second annual Craft Fair and Silent Auction on August 17, 2013. This will be held in the green in front of the church, just off Route 7 in East Dorset, across from the Jiffy Mart. Hours are from 9-3 with set up beginning at 7:30am. We will be offering beverages and snacks for vendors during set up hours at no charge. For additional inform a t i o n yo u m ay c o n t a c t Anne at 802-362-2682, Margaretanne at 802-293-5793. If we are not available at the m o m e n t , p l e a s e l e ave a message. We will get back to you. You may also contact u s by e - m a i l a t m. Several of our vendors are returning from last year and we look forward to having you join us.

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

2004 CUB CADET with bagger, 16HP, $795. 518-6423776 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 SABRE BY JOHN DEERE 16HP, $550. 518-642-3776 TROY BUILT HORSE ROTOTILLER new engine, new tires, approximately 20 yrs old, $275. 815-210-3909

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.

CORNER WALNUT HUTCH, leaded glass doors and TV opening, 8’ high, 34” backs, $500. 917-364-4987 HARD ROCK MAPLE TABLE 5’long includes 2 leaves, with 6 chairs, excellent shape, asking $200. 518-692-8489

UTILITY CAP for mid-size pick up w/ long bed, $99. 518-526-2805

VERY OLD RIDING mower, works, but needs a tune up, $25 OBO. 518-306-4234

AVIATION MAINTENANCE TRAINING Financial Aid if qualified. Job Placement Assistance. Call National Aviation Academy Today! FAA Approved. CLASSES STARTING SOON! 1-800292-3228 or NAA.ed

FREE SOFA Good for deer camp, matching love seat, call 802-287-4177

TV ANTENNAS, $20. 802645-9188

VERA BRADLEY BROWN paisley print book bag, $60. 518-686-4867

TROY BILT TILLER horse model w/ electric start, wheel weights & good tines. Good condition, $285. 802-6459752

ALL CUT SPLIT & DELIVERED Hardwood firewood. Green wood now available, any length. 518-642-1558 or 802-855-3974

SWIMMING POOL IN GROUND Stainless steel step ladder, matching pair, $99. 518-686-7251 SWIMMING POOL Robotic pool cleaner, Tiger Shark, excellent condition, $50. 518-686-7251

SHARPENED ALL PURPOSE STAKES, great for garden, lawn, landscaping and surveying. Available in 1X1” Hemlock, hardwood or locust in various lengths. Also in 2X2” Locust for fence posts. Sold individually, in bundles of 50, or pallets of 500. Reasonable delivery rates available for larger orders. Windy Hill Sawmill, 167 Windy Hill Rd, Greenwich NY. 518-695-6149

SALEM NY 107 South Main St, Moving Sale. June 6,7,8 & 9. Thurs- Sun. 5000+ books; cooking, gardening, ar t hobby, woodwor king, photography, BARGAINS.

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

PETS-LIVESTOCK 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 KITTENS lovingly cared for by Mama in my Hampton home. Long & short haired, one striped calico. 518-744-9263 FREE KITTENS (4) born 04/ 05/13. 1 female tiger w/ blue eyes, 2 black males, 1 gray male. Call Joyce, 518-4991871

R E G I S T E R E D B L AC K JERSEY CALF RileyXJace Born 09/24/2012 $550 OBO. 518-854-7673 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

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

CNC MACHINE OPERATORS (2nd & 3rd shift) Loads and unloads work pieces from production machinery. Utilizes power tools and hand tools to perform preparation or finishing work, utilizes gages and measuring devices to check product quality. Updates documentation for quality checks. Requirements: Qualified candidates will have experience in an industrial production environment. Experience operating CNC machining centers or lathes is desired but not required. Duties: job related quality control, including: reading shop prints and using calipers, micrometers, and various measurement gauging. Other duties: material handling and lifting of up to 50 lbs. Applicants must have a H.S. diploma or GED equivalent.


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GRANVILLE 1bdrm upstairs, heat/hot water incl., W/D hook-up, $575. No pets. First, last, security & references. 518-642-3454

REAL ESTATE CASTLETON, VT 10 acre h o m e s i t e s . A d i r o n d a ck views. $75,000 & up. Terms. Owner: 802-349-0183

SHASTA TRAVEL TRAILER (2) axel, great camp/storage, 32X12’ office trailer, $800 OBO. Whitehall, NY. 802-558-1797.

GRANVILLE VILLAGE Upstairs 4bdrm, W/D hook-up, $750 +util. First, last, sec & ref. No pets. 518-642-3454 GRANVILLE COUNTRY 1 & 2bdrm, $575-$600 +util. W/D hook-up, first, last, sec & ref. Will consider pets. 518-6423454 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

CEDARS SENIOR LVNG COMM IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS 2bdrm apts, 2 ppl pref, starting at $700/mo incl util. Tours evry Weds@ 12:30. 518832-1701 GRANVILLE 1bdrm, suitable for 1, heat included. No smoking. No pets. $525/mth +security. 518-260-2596

WHITEHALL (2) 2bdrm, upstairs, quiet street, off street parking, $575/mth +sec. 518812-3331 or 518-796-3442 or 518-499-0159. 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

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

GREENWICH 2200 sq ft ranch, 3bdrm, walking distance to stores. Greenwich schools. 518-538-4611.

GRANVILLE 1bdrm, nice village proper ty, $450/mth. 732-788-9985

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

G R A N V I L L E V I L L AG E 2bdrm, spacious, upstairs, W/D, $575/mth +utilities. 518-642-1464


SCHUYLERVILLE Suitable for 1-2 adults only, 1bdrm upstairs, $500/mth +util. Lease, ref, sec. dep. 518-695-4721

GRANVILLE-Mettowee Valley Apts - 2 bdrm $578 rent; utilities average $81. 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 SALEM NY 1 & 2 bdrm apartments available. Second floor, $375- $450/mo plus sec. 802-867-0375 SALEM/HEBRON 2Bdrm, up, $675 mo. +util. Private upper deck, garage, yard privileges. 516-946-5767

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

HOOSICK FALLS 2bdrm, 2 ba, private 1 acre lot. Spicer Rd, off Rte 7. $750 + util. 1st & Sec. 518-686-4362

CAMBRIDGE Professional Office Space, 1000 sq ft, 9 rooms incl 2 bathrooms. $800/mo. 518-321-0630

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

STAN’S APPLIANCE REPAIR. Refrigeration: Residential & Commercial Reconditioned Appliances & Parts 518-499-0019

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HANSEN’S FOREST & LAND IMPROVEMENTS Property Management 518-642-1020

With Rotary Brush Cutter With 22ft Reach C O S S AY U N A L A K E F R O N T C O T TA G E S 2 3bdrm, $445-$495 per week. Pool, boats, screened porches. 518-692-7978 DENNISPORT, CAPE COD Directly across from beach. Great 4-bedroom, 2-bath h o m e . Fa n t a s t i c v i e w s ! Available weeks: 6/15; 6/22 ($2,350/wk.) 7/6; 7/13; 7/20; 8/17 ($2,995/wk.) 413-5968196 WA R M W E AT H E R I S YEAR ROUND In Ar uba. The water is safe, and the dining is fantastic. Walk out to the beach. 3-Bedroom weeks available. Sleeps 8. $ 3 5 0 0 . E m a i l : for more information.

RETIREE SEEKS RUSTIC year round rental, cabin/ camp/cottage. Charlie 518491-7373

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

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WE TRAVEL INTO the past, present & future. I’ve experimented in the public for yrs and have never charged a fee. Will except donations toward time & expenses. Roxanne 518-686-8440

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

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04 CHEVY MALIBU LS silver, 133K, one owner, 3.5 liter engine, maintenance records, $4800. 518-3659789 1991 FORD TAURUS new tires, exhaust & gas tank, inspected, $1,000. 518-6422031 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 2000 SAAB 9-3 Convertible, Good cond, new engine, new turbo, new ball joints, $4000. 518-955-8878 2001 BLACK DODGE Dakota, 100,000 miles, good condition, $3500/obo. 518854-3841 or 518-791-8788 2 0 0 1 T OYO TA C A M R Y 206,000 miles, runs great, $2300. 802-683-4057 2002 FORD TAURUS SES V-6 cyl, 24V DOHC, 43k miles, clean, excellent condition,$5,297. 518-642-3754 2003 BUICK PARK AVENUE 103,500 miles, loaded runs perfect. Good body & interior, $3,500. 802-2654526 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 99 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE Fl car, pr pl, 5spd, 140k. Runs & drives, title issues. Over $1400 invest sell for $1,100. 518-282-9972 NICE CONDITION! 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo, A/T, V-6, 120K, Clean! $4900/OBO 518-499-1538

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

PRINCECRAFT 12FT ROW BOAT comes with a Z trailer, 5HP Johnson motor & fuel tank, $750. 802-537-2332

06 MONTANA 5TH WHEEL 29’, 2 slide outs, non-smoking, excellent condition. 802442-4505 or eve 802-4424717 1999 DUTCH CAMPER 24’, $3500/obo. 518-854-3872

99 US CARGO 8x16 enclosed trailer, 2 drop gate doors, 1 side door, 7000lb GVWR, $2000/obo. 802-7331110

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

1984 HONDA GOLDWING Aspeneade runs perfect, no mechanical issues, looks good, $2,500 firm. 802-2654526

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

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

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, 6800 miles, Black/ gray, windshield, saddle bags, very good condition, $4400. Manchester. 802366-8188

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

1994 HONDA SE 1500 Excellent shape, asking price $6500. 518-692-8489

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

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


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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

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

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

1992 FORD BRONCO 5 liter auto, 4WD, 174K, Minute Mount plow, body & frame great, has been hot oil undercoated, $2950 OBO. 518321-4662 1994 CHEVY 2500 Silverado 4X4. Recent front brakes, good rubber, tow pkg, inspected. Equipped w/ 8’ Fisher plow & Leer cap, $3000. 518-642-2031

2 WAVE RUNNERS 2003 Bombardier, 2005 Yamaha, low hours, double trailer. $8000. 802-265-2019 leave message

1997 FORD F150 4X4 Lariat, bedliner, tonneau cover, ext cab. 140K miles. Nice cond, maroon, $3995. 802-3252615

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

1997 FORD F150 4X4 Lariat, bedliner, tonneau cover, ext cab. 140K miles. Nice cond, maroon, $3995. 802-3252615

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

2001 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 2500HD, tow package, Minute-mount plow, V8, 6.0L, blue, 123K, $5800. 518-812-4103

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#3Z0158: 63,899 miles, Auto, Leather, Sunroof, DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS CAR!

2009 Ford F-150 Crew Cab XLT............................55,740 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 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 2008 Kia Rio Automatic, $6,995 ...............................6,282 miles 2011 Jeep 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

Route 22, Granville, NY (518) 642-3030

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