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June 6, 2017

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located in Gods country, space. South Argyle. 1200 Bad Driver?.. Apartment.
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searching for a FARM, land
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garbage removal.
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Broad
oadwway F amil
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amilyy
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two (2) bedrooms.
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Includes Building on Sandra Corlew, Broker/ Greenwich, NY
70 Broadway
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Fully Equipped Ft Edward
Fully Staffed NY 12828
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Real Broker LLC 518-791-1961
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OUT OF COUNTY BUYER LAND OR FARM WANTED:
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10 ACRES FOR SALE
located in on Carpenter
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Road, Pittstown. Asking
large yard, wood and oil heat.
Call 518-854-7731. $85K. HERBS,
$5000 per acre. Salem, NY. HANGING BASKETS,
518-858-2786 PERENNIALS,
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Lawn Mowers, Appliances, TERFRONT HOME OR TOP SOIL
Any Type Of Metal. CAMP. Good price. Call Al
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518-480-1503 518-441-4353.
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RENT: Country setting in
Schuylerville. Includes heat,
electric, water/sewer, lawn
maintenance and snow plow-
ing. $775/mo. 518-338-8311.

WANTED:
Standing Hardwood Timber.
Woodlots & Hedgerows.
Cash Money Paid. Fully
Insured.
518-854-9647

OLD APPLIANCES
And Furniture
REMOVED FROM
YOUR HOME OR
BUSINESS.
Small or Large Jobs.
CLEANOUTS.
Call Bill the Junkman at
518-664-7488.
Credit Cards Ac-
cepted.
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Creative Effect Drill. 3 pt hitch, PTO operated.


Valued at $650, Asking $500.
Pics available via text message.
4cyl automatic 147,000 mile,
remote start, new brakes and
rotors, inspected runs like new,
Landscaping, Inc. Call 518-642-2579 $1000.00
518-695-3424.
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~ ESTATE
Schedule Your Spring Cleanup and HELP WANTED.
CLEANOUITS DAIRY FARM
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~BUY OUTS Experi- HELP WANTED
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Salary is dependent
HARDER
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1065 Dixlevel.
Ave 518-669-7153
HAY FOR SALE CASH: For crank phono-
CLASS B DUMP TRUCK Inquire
HudsonbyFalls
phone 518-695-3658
3x3x8' / 800lb+ Bales
Cattle Quality $40.
graphs, early 78's,
DRUMMS SAWMILL DRIVER WANTED (518) 686-3080
518-747-0197 518-695-5582 518-378-0901
cylinder records, parts.
Call 798-5612
Kiln Dried Rough Cut CALL 518-686-5996
and Planed lumber
in stock.
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Sat. 8 am-3:30 pm
Pick-up or delivery.
193 Casey Road in
Schuylerville.
518-928-9982
518-583-1168
We now accept all
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WANTED: LABORER/
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ABLE TO VINYL AND
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OF MODULAR HOMES
PREFERRED BUT
WILLING TO TRAIN THE
RIGHT PERSON. PLEASE
CONTACT
INDEPENDENT HOMES
IN HOOSICK.
(518) 686-1972 OR
independenthomes25@
yahoo.com

FOR SALE, 1998 Harley 883


Sportster 1200 kit, very good
condition, 5,700 miles, cherry
black, single seat, 3,500
obo..Also 1199 Ford Mustang
GT, V8, standard, convert.,
leather interior, excellent
shape. 5,500.OBO...Also 2004
Hyundai Tiburon standard GT
V6 6 speed. very good shape
3,700. OBO. Contact 802-
442-7317.
HIGHER CASH PAID FOR
COINS, jewelry, gold, silver,
watches, diamonds, stamps,
sports cards, sterling,
anything old. Call Dennis @
518-583-3479 or
1-800-498-3479.

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Full Service Facility
FLEA MARKET/VENDORS WANTED
From Minor Scratches To Sundays Thr
Sundays ough The Summer
hrough
Major Collisions! Call Us Or Stop By
71 Harrison Ave,
Donald Beebe Hudson Falls, NY 12839
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SARATOGA COUNTY TREE AND SHRUB PROGRAM: AMERICAN LEGION POST 574 on Pearl St in Hudson Falls
Order your trees and shrubs now. treesandshrubs@gmail.com. has started a military mini-museum. Help us build a memorial
HUDSON CROSSING TRIATHLON SCHEDULED FOR Or call 518-885-6900. in our post, so that we may share with neighboring communi-
JUNE 11, 2017- The eighth Hudson Crossing Triathlon is sched- ties. Any military memorabelia from World War I to the present
uled for Sunday, June 11, 2017 at Hudson Crossing Park in FLAG DISPOSAL CEREMONY- The Saratoga National Cem- would be greatly appreciated. 518-747-9891 or Don @ 518-222-
Saratoga County, New York. Sanctioned by USA Triathlon, the etery Honor Guard Association will conduct a flag disposal cer- 6951.
race includes a 500-yard swim, 12-mile bike ride and 5K run; it emony at the Saratoga National Cemetery on Wednesday 14 June
starts at 8 a.m. The event is free for spectators; cost for racers 2017 starting at 9:00AM . The U.S. Flag Code suggests that when WARREN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY
varies depending on date registered. Racers register at http:// a flag has served its useful purpose, it should be destroyed, pref- PREPAREDNESS Program seeks volunteers of any interest or
www.hudsoncrossingtri.com/. Volunteers are also needed for this erably by burning. For individual citizens, this should be done profession. Credentialed medical professionals strongly needed.
event and can register at the same website. For more informa- discreetly so the act of destruction is not perceived as a protest or Sign up on ServNY at https://apps.health.ny.gov/vms/
tion, contact Chris Bowcutt at (518) 290-0457 or via email at desecration. Individuals, businesses, government offices and or- appmanager/vms/public.
chris@greenleafracing.com. Participants in this event will enjoy ganizations seeking proper disposal of their worn flags are in-
a fantastic venue in and around the picturesque Champlain vited to drop them off in the administration office at the cem-
Canalway system. The water is clean and calm and the bike course etery. All are invited to attend this ceremony. You do not have to
goes through beautiful vistas among Northumberland farm coun- be a veteran to attend. If you would like to become a member of
try. The running portion will take racers through Schuylerville the Saratoga National Cemetery Honor Guard Association please
and the 19th-century towpath in Hudson Crossing Park that was visit our web site at: www.snchga.com or contact our Adjutant
used by the original Champlain Canal 200 years ago. The race at: image_347@verizon.net . If you would like to make a dona-
has chip timing with five splits and is suitable for both newbies tion to our association please send a check or money order to:
and competitive athletes. Racers receive custom event t-shirts Saratoga National Cemetery Honor Guard Association, 200 Duell
and swim caps and prizes will be awarded for overall and age- Road, Schuylerville, New York 12871.
group winners. Spectators are free to watch as the participants
and volunteers celebrate the history of this region and the natural
beauty of the trails and features found at Hudson Crossing Park.
The New York State Canal system has been designated a Na-
tional Historic Landmark and Lock C5, next to Hudson Crossing
Park, offers many features that helped place New Yorks operat-
ing canals among the premier historic sites in the United States.
Every year, participants have commented how wonderful the
course is and how great the volunteers are. In addition to money
raised through donations, a portion of race proceeds go to Hudson
Crossing Park, a 501(c)(3) that is not only the race venue, but
provides many of the great volunteers at the event. This event is
directed by a USA Triathlon certified race director and supported
by the Saratoga Triathlon Club.

WELSH HYMN SING- Sunday, June 25, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. a Gymanfa Ganu (a traditional
non-denominational Welsh hymn sing) and Te Bach will be held in the Vermont / New York CELEBRATE FRANCO-AMERICAN HERITAGE- Sunday, June 25, at 3 pm, La Fdration
slate valley community of Castleton in Rutland County. Sponsored by Poultney Area St. Davids Franco-Amricaine du NY will honor the Qubec holiday Saint-Jean-Baptiste at our annual Mass
Society, this non-denominational event will be hosted by historic (1833) Federated Church Castleton in French, led by Fr. Jeffrey LArche, at St. Mary of the Assumption Church, 119 Broad Street,
at its handicap accessible structure which is located at 504 Main Street. Te Bach (tea social) will Waterford, NY. The liturgy and hymns will be in French; the homily, in French and English. The
follow the sing in the fellowship hall of Federated Church. A charity event, Free Will offering is tradition of honoring St. Jean in late June came to North America with the French colonists, who
designated for the building restoration fund of Federated Church. All are welcome. first celebrated on the banks of the St. Lawrence River on June 23, 1636, with a bonfire and
cannon shots . This free event is open to all; those attending Mass are invited to a reception
immediately afterwards in the parish hall.

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INDOOR
FLEA MARKET
Some Dealers
up to 50% OFF
Make a reasonable offer always welcome!
New Stuff every week!
Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday 9 AM - 5 PM
Vendor Space Available. Donations Accepted.
Free Pickup. Celler, Attic & Garage Clean Outs
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BUY - SELL - TRADE - SWAP
BBQ CHICKEN: Notre Dame Visitation Church is once again
VICTORY MONTHLY BREAKFAST: The Fish Creek Rod having a Giffys BBQ Chicken on June 10 from 4:30 - 6:00 PM.
and Gun Club located on route 32 south of the village of Vic- TAKE OUT ORDERS ONLY. MUST HAVE A TICKET BE-
tory ( look for our sign ) . Will be cooking breakfast on Sunday FORE. COST IS $13.00 PER DINNER. PICK UP WILL BE
11 JUNE 2017 starting at 8:00AM through 11:00AM and will THE CHURCH PARKING LOT AT 18 PEARL ST.,
continue on the second Sunday of each month all year. Eggs NOTE TO CUSTOMERS OF GREENWICH LIBRARYS SCHUYLERVILLE, NY. CONTACT BONNIE AT 695-3972 OR
cooked to order, Bacon, Sausage, Toast ( white or wheat ), Pan- MONTHLY BOOKSALE: There will be no book sale on PAT AT 338-2329
cakes ( regular, blueberry, buckwheat, apple cinnamon ), French Thursday, June 1st. Instead, Junes book sale will be held in
Toast, Home Fries, Orange Juice, Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate. conjunction with Whipple City Days, June 16th and 17th. SALEM HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH OFFERS
Cost: Adult $8.00, Child $4.00. Everyone will be welcome to Books will be available in the downstairs book room, and out- MASS on Saturday at 4:30 PM and Sunday at 8:30 AM. The
join us. side the front of the library, weather permitting. second Sunday of each month, an interpreted Mass is held to
help the deaf participate. Weekly Communion Service is of-
fered on Tuesday evening at 6 PM, St. Patricks annual Straw-
berry Festival will be held Saturday, June 3, from 12 PM to 3.

ALL YOUR SPRING PLANTING


NEEDS!

MECHANICAL REPAIRS:
Diesel or Gas Computer Diagnostics Apple, Cherry & Pear Trees,
Insurance Work Alignments Oil Changes
AC Brakes Evaporative Emissions Tests Ornamental Shrubs & Trees,
New and Used Tire Installations
Over 20 Years Experience Serving You!
Lilacks, Roses, Hydrangeas,
Annuals & Perennials.
CHORUS CONCERT- The Granville Area Chorus will present its annual Spring concert on
Sunday June 18 at 4pm in the South Granville Congregational Church. Directed by Crystal
Everdyke and accompanied by Barbara Chellis, the 30 voice chorus will sing selections from
Elijah, several spirituals and contemporary hymns. Admission is free.

DRUM LESSIONS!
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Washington County,
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the week. Located in PORK DINNER @The North Granville Methodist Church at
Hudson Falls, NY, or 10344 State Route 22 Thursday June 8. . The price is $10.00
I'll teach you at your for adults $5.00 for ages 4-10 and under 4 free. There is also a
home. Please call Fred sale table with food items and crafts. Serving starts at 4:30 PM
(518) 747-8089. For any further Info call Roberta at 518-812-4001

BRUCES BBQ- The Argyle United Methodist Church, 12


Sheridan St., will be hosting Bruces BBQ on Saturday, June
10 from 4:00-7:00pm. Dinner includes a meal of Ribs or
Chicken, Beans, Cole Slaw, Potato Salad and beverage for
$10.00. You may dine in or carry out.

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ON THE FARM by Andy Manne


Mississippi and Tennessee are tangled in a legal fight over groundwater rights and the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS)
has bucked prediction by granting leave and taking the case. U.S. agriculture has a tremendous amount of interest in the matter,
because with no jurisprudence to draw from regarding groundwater that traverses state lines, an eventual decision will set benchmark
precedent and affect water policy at federal, state and private levels. The question: Who owns groundwater shared by multiple
states? When an ice company drilled into the Delta depths in 1887 and made a sweet-water strike,
the citizens of Memphis believed they had tapped the fountains of the deepand they were right. Roughly 350 below the city rests
the Memphis Sand Aquifer, an 850-thick water belt of sand, rock and gravel stretching into parts of Arkansas, Mississippi and
Tennessee. With pockets untouched for several thousand years, the aquifer water is
renowned for its crystalline purity. This Weeks sponsor:
Memphis dips from an underground cup with a groundwater dependency rate second
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In 2005, Mississippi took the municipally owned utility company, Memphis Light, Gas
and Water to court, demanding payment for water sucked from the Mississippi portion
of the aquifer. Essentially, Mississippi claimed when faucets are turned on along Beale
Street, Memphians guzzle Mississippi water. Yet, Mississippi repeatedly lost in court
and the case was headed for the judicial graveyard until the state of Tennessee was
dragged into the litigation and SCOTUS gave it new life. Mississippi is asking for $615 million in compensation, but the potential
seismic legal precedent would dwarf the financial award.
MONTHLY BREAKFAST @ the Valley Falls VFW Post The rules about state rights for surface water and groundwater have always been the same, notes Noah Hall, an associate
1938 located on Poplar Ave. Sunday June 11th 8-11AM. professor of law at Wayne State University and founder of the Great Lakes Environmental Law Center. For the first time, the court
Menu consist of eggs made to order, French Toast, Pancakes, is agreeing to consider if interstate groundwater goes by different rules.
sausage, bacon, toast, fried potatoes, coffee, juice, fruit and The case will set precedent for how the law views transboundary groundwater flowing under multiple state borders. Hall believes a
biscuits with sausage gravy. Cost is adults over age 13 $8 chil- court decision in favor of Mississippi would result in a major upheaval in water law and trigger a legal stampede of interstate and
dren 5-12 $4. The people will be taking teh months of July private groundwater cases. This is the first ever case of one state claiming to outright own groundwater. This is all about money and
and August off so see you back in September. Raffle basket the Supreme Court should have left this alone, Hall says. Theyre not fighting over rain. Theyre fighting over what cant be seen.
with lottery tickets and gift cards being raffled off. Legally, this case is in unknown territory and uncharted waters, says Michael Campana. Chris Benentt
In the background of the Memphis Sand Aquifer, Mississippi producers are dealing with a steadily diminishing water supply, magnified
by increased irrigation demand. Delta farmers pump water from the Mississippi River Alluvial Aquifer (located above the Memphis
Sand Aquifer) at a rate of 1.5 million acre-feet per year. According to the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality, the
number of Delta irrigation wells has increased from 2,823 in 1987, to 10,571 in 2000, to 19,410 in 2015. Despite 52 to 55 of annual
rainfall, aquifer levels are consistently declining in the Delta. Regardless of aquifer level, groundwater concerns have jumped to the
fore. People are flocking to groundwater everywhere and its a new legal field, Hall explains. Fifty years ago, if your well went dry,
447 Main Street, Bennington, Vt you couldnt prove your neighbor used the water. Now you have the science and technology to prove it.
Across the field of hydrology and water law, no one predicted Mississippi and Tennessee would take center stage as heavyweight
groundwater players. Maybe Arizona, California, the Dakotas or the High Plains, but not a region split by the Mississippi River with
plenty of annual rainfall. Theyre not fighting over rain, says Michael Campana, a professor of hydrogeology at Oregon State
University and the technical director of the American Water Resources Association. Theyre fighting over what cant be seen.
Legally, this case is in unknown territory and uncharted waters.
Stay tuned, the next case could come to your hometown!
MARTY WENDELL AT WHIPPLE CITY DAYS- Rockabilly
BAKE SALE: The Salem Seniors are sponsoring a bake sale to Hall of Fame recording artist, Marty Wendell and His Tour Band,
ACROSS THE POND- June 10th, Saturday 7pm, Little The-
be held in front of Salem Hardware on Main Street Saturday
ater on the Farm, 27 Plum Road, Fort Edward presents Across will be performing at the Whipple City Festival in Greenwich,
June 10th from 11:00am to 2:00pm. Stop by and pick up some
The Pond. Across the Pond is a group of musicians paying NY on Saturday, June 17th at 1:30 PM. He is a unique artist
goodies to take home!
tribute to the music of the Beatles, staying focused on the style who in 2014 celebrated his 50th anniversary of making music
and music of the Beatles and not the impersonation of the Beatles BOOK SALE- Our biggest book sale of the year coming up dur- and received a prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award.
themselves. Refreshments and 50/50 raffle available. Recom- ing Whipple City Days. Greenwich Library: Thursday, June 15th, Martys family-friendly shows are always exciting and enjoyed
mended donation $10 and $7 for seniors & students. For de- 4:00 7:00 book sale preview for Friends of the Library Mem-
tails and links to musicians visit our website: by people of all ages. For more Festival information, visit
bers and those who would like to join Everybody: Friday, June www.greenwichchamber.org/whipplecityfestival.asp or call the
www.littletheater27.org or call us at 747-3421.
16th, 10:00 5-00, Saturday June 17th, 10:00 5:00. Greater Greenwich Chamber of Commerce at (518) 692-7979.
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John G. McCullough Free Library in CITIZEN AWARD- Doug Reed has been exploring the Battenkill watershed for more than 25
N. Bennington, VT - (802) 447-7121 years. His curiosity about the ecosystem that flows behind his East Greenwich woodworking
shop started him on a life long journey of advocating for clean water policies. In 1997 he backed up
his advocacy with a Masters Degree in Environmental Education and maintains that expertise
Programs and Events for Adults through his at work as Founder & Executive Director of the Hudson Basin River Watch. In
Ongoing Programs: partnership with the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, the Hudson River Foundation
Book Review Roundtable: Every Tuesday at 5:30PM. Have you read something amaz- and the Open Space Institute, the group has engaged some 34,000 participants in A Day in the
ing? Share your thoughts with your neighbors. Learn about books you might like to read as Life of the Hudson River annual snapshot of the rivers health. As a founding member, past Chair
well! Locally sourced snacks will be available. and current Advisory Board Member of Battenkill Conservancy, Dougs accomplishments and
Device Drop-in Hours: Every Thursday from 2:00- 4:00PM and by appointment. Want to those of the organization are intricately entwined. Without his past vision, energy and expertise
learn more about how you can access tens of thousands of ebooks and e-audibooks for free our area might not benefit from important open space parcels including the 525 acre Battenkill
with your tablet, smartphone, home computer or laptop and your library card? Stop in and Forest, the wetlands of Eldridge Swamp or the ever popular State Line Route 313 Rest Area along
learn more! Bring your device along and well get you set up! the Battenkill. His current work with residents, school administrators and activists in the communities
Adult Coloring: Every Friday from 1:00-6:00 PM. Relax and unwind with intricate color- of Hoosick Falls, Peterborough & Bennington to address the PFOA contamination is keeping the
ing pages! spotlight on a devastating health crisis. For all these reasons and more, the board of the Battenkill
Ongoing Programs:
Conservancy chose Doug to receive its 2017 Community Citizen Award. The award was initiated
Tales for Tots: Every Saturday morning at 10:30. Join this growing group for stories,
in 2012 as a way to recognize an area resident whose contributions to civic, non-profit, artistic or
songs, literacy- building activities and occasional crafts. All ages are welcome!
environmental projects have had a positive, long term impact on the Battenkill watershed and the
Lego Club: Every Friday afternoon from 3:00 -6:00 PM. A different theme each week!
community at large.
Show off your fabulous creation for an entire week in our display case! Check out the
Lego Challenge Cards, see if you can create the task on each card!
Mothers Support Group: This special group will meet the first Saturday of every month! Reflections: Return of the American Bald Eagle
The group is open to all mothers, mothers-to-be and anyone considering motherhood.
Event is free. No reservations are required. Little ones are welcome! Brought to you in Written by Rachel Essaff Maher
conjunction with Green Mountain Birth Connections. .
The first time I saw a photo of an American Bald Eagle, I was instantly
awestruck and obsessed. It wasnt the white feathers at its head, nor
READ THIS ENTIRE was it the wise demeanor of its serious eyes, that gave me pause. Rather,
it was the way its talons grasped the barren tree branch it stood upon.
PAPER ON LINE.... I gazed intently at the curve of each yellow toe as it wrapped around
the bark, seemingly digging its shiny black talons into the flesh of the wood so that the
Our Latest Edition Posted eagle held the tree firmly with a regal sort of ownership that told the world, This is
where I belong. Here I shall stay.
Every Wednesday on I was twelve-years old when I became interested in eagles, but I never thought I would
see an eagle anywhere outside of a photograph. Id done enough research to know that
www.addigest.com these beautiful birds of prey no longer existed in Vermont or even in New England. They
had been here, certainly, but when I was twelve, eagles had been relegated to the
Endangered Species list and no longer lived out here. In fact, our national symbol was
SHOP GLOBALLY so scarce that these great birds were in danger of extinction. Not only were they facing
illegal hunting, problems with contaminated food sources, and a loss of habitats due to
BUY LOCALLY deforestation and an ever-growing human population, but they were also fighting an
uphill battle against something called DDT.
DDT, short for dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane, was the first major synthetic insecticide
used here in the United States, starting in the 1940s (which, ironically,was also when
Congress was busily adopting the Bald Eagle Protection Act), whose immediate success
made it quite popular and widely used. In New England, DDT was a boon to the farming
and livestock businesses before insects began to develop a resistance to it. One of the
many problems with DDT was that it could travel long distances in the upper atmosphere,
as well as wind up contaminating waterways, where it could wreak all sorts of havoc

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living through their first year. All of this came together to decimate the Bald Eagle
population. According to the US Fish & Wildlife Services website, our country went
from having as many as 100,000 nesting pairs of eagles in 1782, to having only 487 pairs
in 1963.
Thankfully, the Environmental Protection Agency banned the use of DDT in 1972
after a series of studies linked the chemical to a whole slew of problems, including
adverse environmental impacts and possible risks to human health. Couple that with
Stu Maguires the governments new protections for Bald and Golden Eagles, which effectively
Equipment Sales, Inc. banned the hunting, killing, or selling of eagles, and suddenly we had a new hope for
bringing back our beloved national bird. And while the progress has been slow, the
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New York. And just last week, I watched one fly over Lake Paran in North
Bennington, Vermont. It landed in a tall, barren tree with its head held high, as regal
as a king, grasping the branch in strong, healthy talons that boasted to the world, This
is where I belong. Here I shall stay.
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HAYNES HOUSE FUNDRAISER- The Haynes House pink flamingos have returned from their
winter vacation, and are ready to take up residence on local lawns. The pink plastic flock is a
fundraiser for the Haynes House of Hope, a comfort care home for the terminally ill in Granville,
New York. Community members who wish to support Haynes House can request a flocking of
the birds on their lawn or that of a friend. For $25, a half flock of 25 flamingos will show up; a $50
donation will produce a full flock of approximately 50 perfectly pink birds. The flock will remain
in residence for 24 hours. They come complete with a form in which the recipient can choose a
future home or business to be flocked. According to flamingo experts, these birds can travel up to
a 25-mile radius from Haynes House. The tongue-in-cheek landscape prank is all in good fun, but
monies raised help Haynes House continue its important work in the community. Since opening in
2009, Haynes House of Hope has been a source of comfort and support to the terminally ill and
their families. Residents live in the quiet of an actual home that is staffed around the clock by
volunteers. Medical care is provided through High Peaks Hospice. There is never any charge to the
resident for Haynes House services. To arrange a flocking in support of the Haynes House of
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SARAH CUDDIHY NAMED TO SPRING 2017 PROVOSTS
LIST AT SUNY ONEONTA- Sarah Cuddihy of Cambridge, NY, THE FISH MARKET @
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RYAN BURCH OF GREENWICH, NEW YORK WAS NAMED in Queensbury
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Ida College, for achieving a GPA of 3.33 or higher. and Next Door To Sprinkles.
LOCAL RESIDENTS INDUCTED INTO THE HONOR SO-
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CELEBRATE RECOVERY Tired of struggling with hurts, habits WE MAKE MOUNTED CHICKEN BARBECUE The Valley Falls United Methodist
Church is holding a takeout only chicken barbecue on Saturday,
and hang-ups? Celebrate Recovery is a Christ centered recovery
program that helps us overcome any of lifes problems. We meet CUSTOM & June 10. The menu includes chicken, pasta salad, baked beans, a
every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at Salem Community Fellowship, roll, and a brownie. Pick-up will be at the church, 16 State Street,
224 Main St. (Central House building), Salem, NY 12865. 1st
EXHAUSTS BALANCED Valley Falls between 1:00 and 3:00 p.m. Tickets are $12 for
Tuesday of the month we meet at 5:30 p.m. for a pizza dinner. adults and $5 for children ages 6-12. Call 518-541-3039 for
ALL MAKES OF TIRES AVAILABLE reservations and information.
Reach us at 518-260-3985 or crsalemny@gmail.com.
JOIN OUR CHOIR! We are looking for singers to join our JAZZED FOR LITERACY TO BENEFIT LITERACY
choir at the West Hebron Presbyterian Church on Route 30 in VOLUNTEERS OF RENSSELAER COUNTY, FRIDAY, JUNE
West Hebron. Choir practise is at 7pm Wednesday nights at the 23RD- Literacy Volunteers of Rensselaer County presents an
church or manse. Please call Pastor Laura Mitchell for more evening with Sonny and Perley at the Hilton Garden Inn, 235
info: 518-854-3729. Hoosick Street, Troy. Keyboardist Sonny Daye and vocalist Perley
Rousseau perform their signature blend of timeless music from
MEALS ON WHEELS VOLUNTEERS NEEDED to deliver in the Great American Songbook, International Cabaret and Bossa
Schuylerville and nearby areas. Call Saratoga County Office for Nova. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; music, hors doeuvres, wine
the Aging 518-884-4100. tasting, and dancing start at 7:00 p.m. $30 general admission in
advance at www.lvorc.org or by check to LVORC, 1915 Fifth
Avenue, Troy, N.Y. 12180. $50 tutor and guest, $40 general
admission at the door, $150 for a table of 6. All proceeds to
benefit LVORC.

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VALLEY LARGE TAKE-OUT ORDERS ACCEPTED.
AUTOMOTIVE
We offer mechanical repairs, Call early, to give us time to prepare.
collision repairs, used parts Open Tue-Sun 5:30am 1:30pm
and pre-owned vehicles.
Our busy shop is looking
W Main Street, Cambridge, NY
for TWO mechanical 518-428-2826
technicians to join our team
Monday-Friday, LIBRARY GARAGE SALE- The Valley Falls Annual Village
8:30 AM 5 PM.
Slate Valley Automotive Wide Garage and Lawn Sale will be held on June 10 from 9am
BOOK NOOK NEWS- The 9th Anniversary Blow-out $5/
offers a benefit package that Bag Book Sale is here! The Book Nook of Transfiguration through 2pm. The Valley Falls Free Library will be selling
includes paid sick and Parish on Hillview Drive in Speigletown, will be open every books, a wide variety of locally grown plants, home baked
vacation time, paid holidays Saturday morning, from 9:00 am until noon and again on goods, and all kinds of treasures. Every year people look
and insurance. Candidates June 10 and 17 for their 9th Anniversary $5/bag sale. So forward to this sale. It will be held rain or shine. The library
need to have verifiable many books....so little room! The triple classroom will once is located at 42 State Street, Valley Falls NY. All donations can
knowledge in again be filled with books from your favorite authors and some be dropped at the library during working hours. There are
mechanical repairs. Ideal youve never heard of. There are biographies, romance, history,
candidates will have spots to rent on the library lawn for $10.00 so you can sell
cookbooks, religious, self-help, antique books, CDs, DVDs
knowledge in computers and of course children and young adult books. T his sal e only your own treasures. Please come and support the library. See
and be able to assist in happens twice a year, so dont miss out! Bring your own bag you there. For more information call the library at 518-753-
writing repair orders when or use one of ours no bag is too big or too small! 4230
needed. Pay based on
experience and knowledge.
Duties include, but are not
limited to:
Ability to identify issues
with vehicles,
repair vehicles as outline on
repair orders and estimates,
Ideal candidates will have
their own tools and storage.
Anyone interested in these
positions is asked to apply
in any of the following
forms:
1. Email resume to:
slatevalleyauto@yahoo.com
Be sure to include your
phone number.
2. Fax resume to:
518-642-3039.
3. Stop in and talk to Will
to fill out an application.
518-642-3167
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