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Vol. 18- No.

39
August 8, 2017

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two (2) bedrooms. Excellent Rates MENT FOR RENT includes Schuylerville. Includes heat,
at Bryce Real Estate Call for WANTS A FARM!
27 Main street Free Quotes heat, lights, water and electric, water/sewer, lawn
details. Reasonablly priced. Call Al at
Greenwich, NY sewer. $700/mo maintenance and snow plow-
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LOOKING FOR LAND TO


HUNT ON
Melrose, Schaghticoke area.
Willing to pay.
Call 518-441-0130

HANDYMAN WANTED
Cambridge area.Yard work,
painting & pool maintenance.
518-854-9840

NYC BUYER WANTS WA-


TERFRONT HOME OR
CAMP. Good price. Call Al
at Bryce R.E.
518-441-4353. LISTINGS WANTED: WE NEED NEW
Serious, qualified buyers are LISTINGS!
FOR RENT: Retail/Office searching for a FARM, land Farms, Acreage,
space. South Argyle. 1200 or country homes. Country & Village Homes.
sq. ft. $700/mo. plus utilities. www.michael-craig- Alan Brown Realty
Call Rich at campbell-realty.com 518-281-4261
518-638-8950 518-642-2274
21 ACRES FOR SALE HOUSE FOR SALE: 4 bed-
located in Gods country, room, brick, dead end road,
Carpenter Road, Pittstown. large yard, wood and oil heat.
Asking $4000 per acre. Call 518-854-7731. $85K.
518-858-2786 F0R RENT Salem, NY.
GRANVILLE, NY
OFFERING $200 OFF
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Top price paid. Out of coun- RENT! Al Konieczny @ Bryce Real
try buyers. Call Bryce Realty Estate 441-4353 Competitive
518-271-7630 One and two
bedroom apartments. , Reliable, Professional and
Starting at $615. Proven Service for all your
CORLEW REALTY Water, sewer, on-site needs!
2243 Coach Rd., laundry, trash, snow &
Argyle, NY 12809
518-638-6473 garbage removal.
1-845-436-1215 10 ACRES FOR SALE
Serving Washington & located in on Carpenter
Warren Counties Road, Pittstown. Asking
Sandra Corlew, Broker/ $5000 per acre.
owner 518-858-2786

FOR RENT:Prime Greenwich


location, located across from
Hannaford on busy route 29. Move
in condition, 1500 square feet, long
and short term lease options avail-
able as low as $1750 per month.
Please call Don 518 225 2405
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COMMUNITY SUMMER GARDEN PARTY PICNIC
RUMMAGE SALE: The Fort Edward Rescue Squad is Taken Greenwich - The 2nd annual Garden Party picnic is scheduled
donations for there upcoming Rummage Sale! The Sale is being for Saturday, August 12 from 5:00 8:0 at the VFW pavilion on
held in September of this year. We are looking for any used or new Abeel Ave. Comfort Food Community and the Journal Press want
items in good condition. The Larger items that we are looking for to thank the community for making the June fundraising campaign
are as followed. Freezer chests/Area rugs/ and washer and dryers. a great success! We will provide the pig roast, corn and some
All items are excepted. Only this we ask is NO TVs. If you would garden vegetable sides. All residents within the Greenwich school
like to Donate please contact or Stop By the Fort Edward Rescue district are invited, free of charge! If you would like to bring a
Squad we are Located at 75 Schuyler Street in Fort Edward 12828 dish or dessert to share, please do! Bringing your own place
Our contact number is 518-747-6198 settings and cutlery will help cut down on waste. Mark August
12th on your calendar, enjoy the bounty of the season and share
BASKET RAFFLE FUND RAISER Rensselaer Countys Everett a meal with friends, old and new!
Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road, Grafton, NY Saturday,
September 9, doors open at 11:00 a. m. There will be a bake sale, BEL CANTO SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS to Perform at The
food, make your own sundaes and refreshments available for Sembrich A Program of Italian Songs and Arias-
purchase. This event will be a fund raiser for our center to help BOLTON LANDING, NY On Thursday, August 10th at 7:30
provide entertainment, party favors and special programs at the pm, scholarship winners from the Bel Canto Institutes Summer
center. This event will be held at the Grafton VFW/FIREHALL on Session in Florence come to The Sembrich to perform a selection
Rt. 85 in Grafton, there will be over 100 baskets available. If you of songs and arias in the Italian vocal tradition of bel canto
have any questions, contact the center at 518-279-3413. (beautiful singing). Tickets are $30. For more info visit
www.thesembrich.org or contact The Sembrich at (518) 644-2431.

COMMUNITY CHORAL SOCIETY BEGINS THE 2017


SEASON on Sunday, September 10th from 6-8 p.m. at the
Jacobs Well Fellowship Church, West Main St. in Cambridge
between the bank and grocery store. The chorus will be under
the direction of Mrs. Jill Chadwick. A native of the Cambridge
area, Mrs. Chadwick teaches Elementary Classroom Music and
Junior-High school Chorus at Cambridge Central School. New
and returning singers are welcome to join us. No experience
necessary and no auditions. For more information please contact
Jill Chadwick at 677-7070 or Beverly Collamer at 518-677-3327.

THE HARTLEY FAMILY BLUEGRASS BAND IN ATHOL


The Hartley Family began performing bluegrass and gospel music
in 2004, first at local churches, festivals, and community events
in their home region of Arkansas. By 2007 they were sharing
their songs, as their Facebook page says, to honor God, bring
joy to people, and encourage others. Tom (banjo/guitar/vocals),
Deb (bass/vocals), Abby (vocals/guitar/mandolin/fiddle) and
Micah (banjo/fiddle/mandolin/vocals) bring proficient
instrumentation and well-blended harmonies to traditional
bluegrass and gospel tunes. the venue is Thurman free
Concerts in the Park in Athol on Monday, August 14, 7-9 p.m.,
with traditional bluegrass and gospel melodies played by The
Hartley Family Band. The concert is held rain or shine under
cover at Veterans Memorial Field at 311 Athol Rd., Athol.

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Loomis Auto Exchange


A Broadway Banner &
Flag Co. 133 Northside Drive, Bennington, VT.
Our Flags &
Banners Are Out
802-447-2226
Of This World! www.LoomisSalesAndService.com
Custom-made Flags
Banners Theatrical Backdrops FORT SALEM THEATER SPRING AND SUMMER, 2017
U.S. Flags Historical, World & AUGUST 12, 13 Jerry Gretzinger in Concert/The Pack Is Back:
Military Flags Poles & Accessories The Rat Pack in Vegas. With his own style, his own energy, and
Truck Lettering
his own brand of bravura, Gretzinger pays homage to the iconic
1940 Rt 32N at Route 50,
sounds and repertoire of Sinatra, Davis, and Martin in their best
Gansevoort, NY
Vegas years. Reservations Required. $25. 518.854.9200. 2PM
518-792-1776
SEPTEMBER 17 The Spurs USA. Popular Classic Country
Group. Top-drawer classic country catalogue, including Johnny
FREE CLASSIFIED ADS Cash, George Strait, Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn,
AUGUST WALKING TOUR The Chapman Historical Museum 2nd Summer Walking Tour is
Thursday, August 10th from 6:00-7:30pm. Cost of the tour is $15 per person. Space is limited AT Dolly Parton. Musicians from Nashville and national tours. $20.
WWW.ADDIGEST.COM Reservations: 518.854.9200. 2PM
You can call the museum at 518-793-2826 or email educator@chapmanmuseum.org to reserve
your spot. The walking tours this summer feature womens stories and places of interest.
PITTSTOWN SENIORS NEWS: We have a tentative date of
The Chapman Museum is located at 348 Glen Street, across from the Travelers Insurance Building,
and there is parking behind the museum off of Bacon Street. August 22nd for the zip line trip. Waiting for the place to be
fully open for the season to confirm this date. Please let Sylvia
VENDOR SPACES ARE AVAILABLE WANTED - merchandisers, food makers, crafters, pack- know if you would like to go. Her number is 518-478-3338. This
trip is open to non seniors as well. 1-1/2 hour rafting is also being
rats, etc., etc., etc.!
planned. The date has not been confirmed. Please contact Sylvia
Poultney Area Chamber of Commerce vendor spaces are filling up quickly for the annual Poultney
at 518-478-3338 if you would like to go. Luncheon Cruise on
Town Wide Yard Sale day on Saturday, October 14th. For an application for Town Wide Yard Sale
day vendor space and/or questions, the Chambers contact for this event is: Mary Kathryn Helm at Lake George is also being planned. Out target date for this trip is
maryhelm1@yahoo.com 802-287-1120, Simply Clean, West Haven, VT. July 18, 2017. Contact Sylvia if you would like to go. These
trips will be car pooled and we may also have one of the county
vans to use. Please join us for one or more of these trips
SALEM HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH offers Mass on Saturday at 4:30 PM and Sunday
at 8:30 AM. All children are welcomed to join in the Childrens Liturgy. Weekly Communion
THE NEXT MONTHLY MEETING FOR THE TOWN OF
Service is offered on Tuesday evening at 6 PM and on Thursday mornings at 8:30 AM. The
interpreted Mass and coffee hour will be August 13. August 15 at 12 Noon the Mass for the PITTSTOWN SENIORS
Assumption of Mary will be held at Holy Cross. St. Patricks will hold the feast day Mass at 9 AM. We have a tentative date of August 22nd for the zip line trip.
Parishioners are welcomed to share the bounty of your flower garden to beautify the Sanctuary. There will be a discussion regarding this trip as the cost is high.
If you are interested please contact Sylvia, Her number is 518-
Please remember the food pantry which needs cereal, soup, spaghetti sauce and personal care
478-3338. This trip is open to non seniors as well. 1-1/2 hour
items. The children are home for the summer and breakfast and lunch items are needed.
rafting is also being planned. The date has not been confirmed.
Rose Mary Sheffield 518-854-3692.
Please contact Sylvia at 518-478-3338 if you would like to go.
We had a fantastic luncheon cruise aboard the St. Sacrament on
Lake George.

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HART
FORD
ALL ROADS LEAD TO HARTFORD TOWN-WIDE SALE
HA
RTF
O
AUGUST 12 & 13 2017 9am - 5 pm
EVENTS
FLOWER SHOW SATURDAY, 10AM 2PM AT MASONIC HALL
TRI-COUNTY WOMENS NATIONAL FARM & GARDEN ASSOCIA-
TION 32 COUNTY RT. 23 (MAIN ST.)
Food, Plant Sale & Raffle
FLEA MARKET, 29 MAIN ST. AT
THE STELLA ROSE BED & BREAKFAST
METHODIST CHRUCH, MAIN ST. - FOOD BOOTH
SATURDAY, 9 am - 4 pm.
SERVING HOMEMADE FRENCH FRIES & BAKED GOODS
HARTFORD MUSEUM AND CIVIL WAR ENLISTMENT CENTER -
OPEN SATURDAY, 10AM 2PM AT 53 MAIN ST.
CHICKEN BBQ BY THE HARTFORD FISH & GAME
SUNDAY - 11:00 AM AT STEWARTS.

RESTROOMS
(PORTAPOTTIES)
LOCATED ACROSS FROM
HARTFORD MUSEUM.
Hartford Townwide Yard Sales
Clip this List of YardSale Addresses to take
with you this weekend.

92 Baker Rd. 208 Hartford Main St.


61 Blood St. 218 Hartford Main St.
92 Blood St. 470 Lily Pond Rd
477 Blood St. 30 Rowe Hill Rd.
503 Blood St. 122 Rowe Hill Rd.
1730 Burch Rd. 54 Skyviews Meadow Rd.
1787 Burch Rd. 72 Skyviews Meadow Rd.
5582 CR. 30 3803 State Rte 149
5622 CR. 30 5245 State Rte 149
390 Gibbs Rd. 3562 State Rte 196
11 Gilchrist Hill 3640 State Rte 196
23 Hartford Main St. 7315 State Rte 40
27 Hartford Main St. 7381 State Rte 40
29 Hartford Main St.(Flea Mkt.) 7779 State Rte 40
59 Hartford Main St. 69 Townsend Rd.
92 Hartford Main St. 57 Wright Rd.
191 Hartford Main St. Rte. 40 & 149 Fire house

A NEW COUNTRY/BLUEGRASS JAM


Hope in the Valley will take place on Satur-
day, Aug. 12 at the Argyle United Methodist
Church, 12 Sheridan St., Argyle, N.Y. The event,
which runs from 3 to 6 p.m., will benefit the
Haynes House of Hope in Granville, N.Y. A core
group of musicians, including several from the
Adirondack Fiddlers, will form the basis of the
jam, playing instruments including banjo, guitar,
mandolin and fiddle. Area musicians are invited
to bring their instruments and play with the group.
More information is available by calling Jani at
518-638-8026. Music lovers are encouraged to
attend and enjoy an afternoon of great music and
fellowship. Food will be available for purchase.
The event will be held rain or shine under a large
tent in the church parking lot by the gazebo. Ad-
mission is by free-will donation to Haynes House.
The Haynes House of Hope is a comfort care home
for the terminally ill. It provides at no cost, care
for the resident and their family in a home-like
setting. Since opening its doors in 2010, the house
has served more than 50 residents. As a non-profit
501(c)3 organization, it relies on donations, grants,
fundraising events and volunteers to continue its
mission.
Haynes House is located at 7187 State Route 149
in Granville, New York. For more information,
call 518-642-8155 or visit
www.thehayneshouseofhope.org.
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PICK YOUR
OWN
Mechanicville
664-5453 BLUEBERRIES
Saratoga
584-1320
Glens Falls
695-5547
743-0804
Spring Special: Any new construct 9x50: $2500 Winneys Farm
GREEN FIREWOOD FOR FIREWOOD FOR SALE: Bacon Hill Blueberries
full cord, local, unseasoned WANTED: Standing timber,
SALE: $165 full cord, including Hardwood, cut and split. 518- 8 am - 6 pm, 7 Days Per Week
wood lots. Fully insured. Call HIGHER CASH PAID FOR
local delivery. Out of area 692-2109 COINS, jewelry, gold, silver,
delivery: $180/cord. 518-692-2109
watches, diamonds, stamps, 3 miles North of Schuylerville on Rt. 32
Credit cards accepted. CUSTOM DEER sports cards, sterling,
518-915-4040 FIBER MALE anything old. Call Dennis @
PROCESSING ALPACAS 518-583-3479 or
Michael Strohmeyer CASH: For crank phono- FOR SALE sofa sleeper couch
FOR SALE: 1-800-498-3479.
Meat Cutter graphs, early 78's, in good condition asking
RAW LOCAL 518-499-9090 $50.00.
HONEY FOR SALE Cooler on premises. cylinder records, parts.
789 Coach Rd., Call 798-5612 Call Salem 518-812-4103
Dave Hicks
Argyle, NY
Route 40 Hartford, NY
518-632-5422 518-638-6276 POLLY TIRES FOR SALE
518-937-0144 WANTED, ANYTHING
POLLSTER WITH A SMALL ENGINE,
Car,Truck, Dump Truck,
Tractor trailer.
Should Log Day be reinstated
Adirondack Seafood Co. under better supervision?
RUNNING OR NOT.
CASH PAID FOR SOME
NEW & USED.
CHRIS CONNOLLY
518-753.0007 / 376-3807 421-3608 753-4542
115 River Street Hudson Falls 80% said NO.. 10% said Yes?
10% didnt know what the
WE OFFER ERBE TENT RENTALS
question was about, and therefore had no opinion. tables, chairs, food chest,
The freshest Seafood Lunches and There you have it. Our surveys are not scientifically done, lights, and tent sides.
Dinners at our Cozy Maine Style but they do reflect the opinions of people in the area. Andy @ 469-3048 APPLIANCES
Restaurant where you can obtain our If you have a question for Polly, submit it by phone @ Art @ 791-4562 RECONDITIONED
specialty: All You Can Eat Fish Fry! 518-747-9535, or 802-549-4637; or e-mail it to & GUARANTEED
FOR SALE, 1998 Harley 883 Refrigerators, Ranges,
Homemade Clam Chowder addigest@gmail.com. Sportster 1200 kit, very good Washers, Dryers. Best
Fried or Boiled Fish and Seafood by the condition, 5,700 miles, cherry selection, price & guar-
black, single seat, 3,500 antee. New & Used parts.
Pound To Go from our $ BUYING- HIGHEST
obo..Also 1199 Ford Mustang Major credit cards.
PRICES PAID $
Premium Fresh Fish Market Gold & silver jewelry; vintage GT, V8, standard, convert., 518-761-9501
costume & turquoise. Coins, leather interior, excellent 59 Boulevard
FOR SALE watches, knives, military, toys, shape. 5,500.OBO...Also 2004 Queensbury, NY
2001 BMW Z3 antiques etc. 30+ years Hyundai Tiburon standard GT 1-800-640-4313
Stop
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in or
or Call
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in convertible, experience..save time, call Joe V6 6 speed. very good shape
5 speed, first. 518-893-0235 3,700. OBO. Contact 802-
your
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today: 131,000 miles, or 518-669-2274 442-7317.
dark blue, $8500.
518-745
518-745 -- 5845
5845 Call Sam at
518-744-7106

SCRAP REMOVAL: Nothing SCRAP WANTED


too big or too small...We Lawn Mowers, Appliances,
take it all! Any Type Of Metal.
cell: 518-955-4026 or FREE PICKUP
518-761-6901. 518-480-1503
DRUMMS SAWMILL
WANTED: Private duty Kiln Dried Rough Cut
FOR SALE: 40 ft. aluminum and Planed lumber
Home Health Aide/CNA for
ladder, heavy duty, great for in stock.
weekends. Melrose Area.
painters. Like new, paid $800, 1" & 2" T&G. Shiplap,
Please call 518-698-5660. Novelty Siding, Log
asking $300.
518-798-4886 Cabin Siding. V-
WE SPECIALIZE INESTATE Groove. Hrs: M-F 8
CLEAN OUTS. am-4:30 pm;
Antiques purchased or sold. Sat. 8 am-3:30 pm
HELP WANTED: Pick-up or delivery.
Mechanical Technicians. e- WANTED TO BUY:
antiques, collectibles, fine 193 Casey Road in
mail resume to Schuylerville.
slatevalletauto@yahoo.com used furniture, china, glass, 518-928-9982
Fax to 518-642-3039 books and garage sale items. 518-583-1168
Stop and see Will at slate Call 518-747-0197 We now accept all
Valley Auto Route 22, Salem/ OR 518-222-1262 major credit cards!
Granville. 518=642-3167

Sandy Hills Farmers Market


Juckett Park, Route 4
In the heart of the
Village of Hudson Falls

Market Hours:
SUNDAYS 9 am - 1pm
July thru October 1st

Local Produce, Milk, Meat, All For NLY $50.95


Honey, Maple Syrup, O
Baked Goods,Craft Vendors. Nessle Bros. Meats, Inc.
Live Entertainment in the Gazebo! WWW.NESSLEBROTHERSMEATS.COM
On County Route 74, Greenwich, NY
Sandy Hill Farmers Market - It feels like family! 692-9366 Open 8-5 Mon.-Sat.
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All Major Credit Cards FISH CREEK ROD AND GUN CLUB CLAM STEAM- Come and enjoy an afternoon at the
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
DA Accepted Fish Creek Rod and Gun Club Annual Clam Steam, all are welcome. Saturday 12 August 2017,
12:00 Noon thru 9 PM Event will take place regardless of weather, we have a large covered pavilion
144 Main St., with picnic tables. We will have a live band, The Open Bar Band. $40.00 Full Steam Ticket Includes:

HUDSON FALLS Tel: 747-0554


Mon. - Sat. 10-5, Sun. 11-4
Steamed Clams, Raw Clams, Potato, Sweet Potato, Corn on the Cob, Sausage, Chicken, Water-
melon, Open Bar (Soda,Water,Beer) , Entry into Raffle, Also from the Kitchen: Sausage with Pep-
pers and Onions and Roll, Clam Chowder, Hot Dogs, Hamburgers & Rolls. $35.00 Chicken Ticket
FLOWER SHOW ON AUGUST 12, THE TRI-COUNTY FARM & GARDEN CLUB is Includes: BBQ Chicken, Steamed Clams, Potato, Sweet Potato, Corn on the Cob, Sausage, Water-
presenting their annual flower show at the Masonic Hall, Main Street, Hartford, NY from 10 am to 2 melon, Open Bar (Soda,Water,Beer), Entry into Raffle. Also from the Kitchen, Sausage, Peppers,
pm. The public is invited to attend to enjoy a display of designs made up of various plant material and Onion with Roll, Clam Chowder, Hot Dogs, Hamburgers & Rolls. $30.00 Chicken Only Ticket
depicting the title of the show: By the Beautiful Sea. Horticulture specimens will be displayed, and Includes: BBQ Chicken, Potato, Sweet Potato, Corn on the Cob, Sausage, Watermelon, Open
all entries judged for excellence and creativity. Our clubs food and plant sale is also held this day, Bar(Soda,Water,Beer)Also from the Kitchen: Sausage with Peppers & Onions & Roll, Clam Chow-
along with the Hartford town wide garage sale. There are 7 classes of design this year. Classes
consist of a small design, not to exceed 8", entitled Tide Pool Treasures, another miniature design, der, Hot Dogs, Hamburgers & Rolls. For tickets or more info: : Bill at 518-378-2208 or the club
not to exceed 5", is called Sudden Squall, a non functional table design is called The Beach. In house at 695-3917.
the Dunes is a creative design class staged on a column, Jib is a creative line mass design class
displayed on a pedestal. The exhibition table is entitled Tropical Cocktails & Canaps and is dis-
played using a hula hoop, and the last class is a reflective design called Sunlight on the Water. The
public and members are invited to enter this show. Entries are accepted Friday afternoon with judging
taking place that evening. Copies of the schedule can be obtained by contacting Davene Brown at
gdddbrown@hotmail.com or calling 518-265-1267.
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Bennington Battle Day Weekend of Events August 11- August 13th, 2017
John G. McCullough Free Library in FRIDAY AUGUST 11th
N. Bennington, VT - (802) 447-7121 Hot Sausage, Burgers, and Hot Dog Lunch
11:00 AM-2:00 PM Will be available to purchase at the Bennington Fire Station.
The Friends of the John G. McCullough Free Library are pleased to announce their
Served by members of the Bennington Fire Department.
twelfth annual Book & Bake Sale will be held Saturday, September 9th from 9:00AM- Chicken Barbecue Dinner
4:00PM and Sunday, September 10th from 10:00AM- 4:00PM. The Library is located at 4:00 PM until gone $10 per person. At the Bennington Fire Station.
2 Main Street in North Bennington, on the corner of Main Street and West Street. As Silent Auction
always, this sale will feature a large selection of high quality used books at low prices and 4:00 PM-8:00 pm At the Bennington Fire Station.
delicious homemade treats. Additionally, this years sale will feature select library Car Cruise
furnishings. Rare and antiquarian books will also be offered. Raffle tickets for a fabulous 6:00 PM-8:00 PM At the Bennington Fire Station. Parade down Main Street at
Winter In Vermont basket will be available in the Bake Sale tent. All proceeds from the 8:15 pm. Open to the public.
sale and raffle directly fund library programs, materials and services. Las Vegas Night
6:00 PM-10:00 PM At the Bennington Fire Station. DJ Ben Patten from Magic
Programs and Events for Adults 590 AM. Open to the public.
Ongoing Programs: SATURDAY AUGUST 12th
Book Review Roundtable: Every Tuesday at 5:30PM. Have you read something amaz- Battle Day 5k Road Race
ing? Share your thoughts with your neighbors. Learn about books you might like to read as
8:00 AM Pre-registration. Bennington Monument, Old Bennington.
well! Locally sourced snacks will be available.
Device Drop-in Hours: Every Thursday from 2:00- 4:00PM and by appointment. Want to 9:30 AM Race starts and ends at The Bennington Monument, Old Bennington.
learn more about how you can access tens of thousands of ebooks and e-audibooks for free Kids Day
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Adult Coloring: Every Friday from 1:00-6:00 PM. Relax and unwind with intricate color- Living History Encampment
ing pages! 10:00 AM-5:00 PM Ongoing event. With cannon muster and military drills. At
Ongoing Programs: the Bennington Battlefield.
Tales for Tots: Every Saturday morning at 10:30. Join this growing group for stories, USS Bennington Memorial Service
songs, literacy- building activities and occasional crafts. All ages are welcome! 12:00 NOON Wreath-laying ceremony at the Ships Bell, Town of Bennington
Lego Club: Every Friday afternoon from 3:00 -6:00 PM. A different theme each week! Office, 205 South St. Public is welcome.
Show off your fabulous creation for an entire week in our display case! Check out the Firefighters Challenge
Lego Challenge Cards, see if you can create the task on each card! 12:00 NOON-4:00 PM A Firefighters Challenge at Willow Park. Call 802-442-
Mothers Support Group: This special group will meet the first Saturday of every month! 1050 for more information, and leave contact information for Deputy Chief Jeff
The group is open to all mothers, mothers-to-be and anyone considering motherhood. Barry.
Event is free. No reservations are required. Little ones are welcome! Brought to you in SUNDAY AUGUST 13th
conjunction with Green Mountain Birth Connections. . Judges and Officers Breakfast
9:00 AM At Jensens Restaurant, 332 North Street.
BENNINGTON SENIOR CENTER TRIPS Parade Lineup
Call for more info: 802 442-1052 10:00 AM-12:30 PM Parade Lineup.
MAC-HAYDN THEATRE Living History Encampment
10:00 AM-3:00 PM With cannon musters and military drills. At the Bennington
PRICE $50.00 - 10:30AM-6PM. Battlefield.
TRANS. GREEN MOUNTAIN LINES Battle Day Parade Begins
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HELLO DOLLY AUGUST 24 River Street River Street to Fire Station.
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students in the district get ready for the first day of school, Salem
Jr./Sr. High School will be holding its annual Visitation Day on
Wednesday, August 30, from 1:00 PM 3:00 PM. This is the
day for 7th graders to meet their teachers, learn about their sched-
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students who are new to Salem are also invited to come in on this
day. We are asking that the 7th graders arrive promptly at 1:00
PM and meet in the auditorium. 7th graders may come in with a
parent/guardian or with a friend. They will stay for introductions
and then attend talks with their teachers where they will get their
passbooks, and ask questions about policies and procedures that
may be new to them. Following this they will have a chance to
practice opening their locker, follow their schedule and wrap it
all up with some ice cream and time to visit with their class-
mates. All 7th graders will be ready to leave by 3:00 PM. New
students in grades 8 12 may arrive anytime between 1:00 and
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ELVIS TRIBUTE POSTPONED: We originally scheduled the Elvis Tribute Artist Competition
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Sunday, August 13, 2017) at Fort Hardy Park beach on Route Historical Museum on Sunday, August 13th, Family Fun Day
29 in Schuylerville from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. This years theme is on the Feeder at the Historic Coal Silos will be held to celebrate
The Erie Canal, We Dig It! to celebrate the bicentennial of the the 11th Annual Canal Splash and to commemorate the
Erie Canal that was started on July 4, 1817. The first cardboard Bicentennial of the NYS Canal System. This celebration will
boat race launches at 1 p.m. and best photo opportunities are
between noon and 2 p.m. Admission is free for spectators. On- be held at the Historic Coal Silos, 72 Maple St. in Hudson Falls
site registration and cardboard boat construction is open from 8 from 1-4 pm! On hand will be plenty of childrens activities
to 11 a.m. Rules, registration forms and hints to get started with that include make and take projects, knot tying, hands-on
boat building are available at http://www.hudsoncrossingpark.org artifacts, the exciting canal game, meeting re-enactors and some
.Race participants will construct a human-powered boat made refreshments. Rick Conleys diorama of the Five Combination
of corrugated cardboard or 100 percent recycled materials, which Locks and a vintage coal car will be on display. Other
will hold at least one crew member and be seaworthy enough presentations and tours will be available along the Glens Falls
to race a short distance on the Hudson River. Racers may construct
NOTRE DAME VISITATION CHURCH IS SPONSORING Feeder Canal in Hudson Falls including at the Martindale Boat
their boats ahead of time or on the morning of the event (materials
A BUS TRIP to the Bronx Zoo on Sat., Sept. 16. Bus leaves will be available at the event site for a nominal fee). Basin and the Five Combination Locks on Burgoyne Avenue.
Wilton Mall 6 am and return approximately 8:30 pm. Adults During race preparations, there will be food, live music and lots Call the Chapman at 518-793-2826 or email
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(695-6743). This is a fundraiser for the Church renovation. all encouraged to race. Cindy Wian at 518-350-PARK (7275) or the Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor and the
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UNCLE WALLY WONDERS THE NORTH AND SOUTH DAKOTAS WILL HEADLINE
AT THE NETTLE MEADOW CHEESE JAM CONCERT
The Tax System Explained in Beer
Suppose that every day, ten men go out for beer and the bill
for all ten comes to $100. If they paid their bill the way we
series on Fri, Aug 11, from 7 9 at 484 South Johnsburg Rd.,
Thurman ( minutes from Lake George Village & North Creek).
Word Wise
pay our taxes, it would go something like this: They follow the 5:30 open by accomplished Latham guitarist/ Failures?
vocalist Josh Casano. Tickets, at the door, $10, regional craft
- The first four men (the poorest) would pay nothing.
- The fifth would pay $1. beers, wines and cheese plates are available. The show is held in tipuyp 
the historic barn loft at Nettle Meadow, whose internationally-
- The sixth would pay $3.
awarded goat and sheep cheeses are distributed all over the US.
sergoscn 
- The seventh would pay $7.
- The eighth would pay $12.
tiyjamro 
MUSIC FROM SALEM CONCERT WHATEVER A SUN
- The ninth would pay $18.
WILL ALWAYS SING Music from Salem expands to an
slehworst 
- The tenth man (the richest) would pay $59.
So, thats what they decided to do. exuberant group of ten performers for a festive final concert of nhcbu 
the season whatever a sun will always sing on August 13, at 4

The ten men drank in the bar every day and seemed quite
happy with the arrangement, until one day, the owner threw PM at a magnificent country barn at 105 McKie Hollow Rd.,
Cambridge, NY. The suggested ticket price is $25, but Music
them a curve ball. Since you are all such good customers,
he said, Im going to reduce the cost of your daily beer by from Salem (MfS) welcomes all under its pay what you can ANSWER NEXT TIME!
$20". Drinks for the ten men would now cost just $80. policy. Tickets are available at the door only. For information Answer to last Word Wise: Answer to last Word
The group still wanted to pay their bill the way we pay our contact info@musicfromsalem.org or 518-232-2347. This is the Wise: Wishful thinking. Tumult, rancor, mayhem,
taxes, so the first four men were unaffected. They would still last of four concerts celebrating of Music from Salems 2017 dreaded, warped. World peace.
drink for free. But what about the other six men? How could summer series. In 2017, MfS programs took place in Cambridge,
they divide the $20 windfall so that everyone would get his Greenwich, and Salem. Dvoraks meltingly beautiful Serenade
fair share? for Strings, conceived for string orchestra, will be played by an
ensemble of nine including The Julius Quartet with violinists Jae
They realized that $20 divided by six is $3.33. But if they COMMUNITY SUMMER GARDEN PARTY PICNIC The
Cosmos Lee and Rohan Gregory (a first time guest at Music from
subtracted that from everybodys share, then the fifth man 2nd annual Garden Party picnic is scheduled for Saturday,
Salem), artistic director and violist Lila Brown, cellist William
and the sixth man would each end up being paid to drink his August 12 from 5:00 8:00 at the VFW pavilion on Abeel
Laney, and Nathan Varga, double bass. Byron Hogan of the Julius
beer. Ave. in Greenwich, NY. Comfort Food Community wants to
quartet and Laney, both MfS Cello Seminar alumni, will perform
So, the bar owner suggested that it would be fair to reduce thank the community for making the June fundraising campaign
Curtis Hughes virtuosic Merger. Mendelssohns string quintet
each mans bill by a higher percentage the poorer he was, to a great success! We will provide the pig roast, corn, beverages
in A Major will lend breadth and depth to this luscious program.
follow the principle of the tax system, and he proceeded to and some garden vegetable sides. All residents within the
And, for cooling energy, Jae Cosmos Lee will solo in Vivaldis
work out the amounts he suggested that each should pay. Greenwich school district are invited, free of charge. If you
Winter, with Alfred Fedak on harpsichord.
And so the fifth man, like the first four, now paid nothing would like to bring a dish or dessert to share, please do!
(100% saving). Bringing your own place settings and cutlery will help cut down
The sixth now paid $2 instead of $3 ... (33% saving). on waste. More info:518-692-2593 or cell: 518-926-0297
The seventh now paid $5 instead of $7... (28% saving).
The eighth now paid $9 instead of $12 ... (25% saving).
The ninth now paid $14 instead of $18 ... (22% saving).
The tenth now paid $49 instead of $59 ... (16% saving).
Each of the six was better off than before. And the first four
continued to drink for free. But, once outside the bar, the
men began to compare their savings.
I only got a dollar out of the $20 saving, declared the sixth
man. He pointed to the tenth man, But he got $10!
Yeah, thats right, exclaimed the fifth man. I only saved a
dollar too. Its unfair that he received ten times more benefit
than me!
Thats true! shouted the seventh man. Why should he get
$10 back when I got only $2? The wealthy get all the
breaks!
Wait a minute, yelled the first four men in unison, We
didnt get anything at all. This new system exploits the
poor!
The nine men surrounded the tenth man and beat him up.
The next night the tenth man didnt show up for drinks, so
the nine sat down and had their beers without him. But
when it came time to pay the bill, they discovered
something important. They didnt have enough money
between all of them for even half of the bill!
And that, boys and girls, journalists and government
officials, is how our tax system works. The people who
already pay the highest taxes will naturally get the most
benefit from a tax reduction.
Tax them too much, attack them for being wealthy, and they
just may not show up anymore. In fact, they might start
drinking overseas where the atmosphere is somewhat
friendlier.
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FISHING TOURNAMENT: L.L.I.A.s 21st annual childrens The Rat Pack in Vegas. Jerry Gretzinger In Concert will 2,499
fishing tournament will take place on Sunday, August 13th at concentrate on the song lists from Sinatra, Martin, and Daviss
the Washington County Park Pavilion on beautiful Lake Lauder- Las Vegas Rat Pack shows, including On an Evening in Roma,
dale. The tournament is free and open to all young anglers age 15 Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime, Ive Gotta Be Me,
and under and is strictly catch and release only. What Kind of Fool Am I?, Ive Got the World on A String,
The tournament runs from 8:00-10:30 a.m. and concludes with a What Now My Love, and Get Me to the Church on Time. YARD SALE TO BENEFIT WARREN COUNTY 4-H
free hot dog lunch for all participants. As always, there will be no Jerry promises to bend time a bit and offer New York, New YOUTH PROGRAMS will be held on Saturday, August 12,
fee charged to children entering the contest. York as an encore, should audience reaction merit it. All tickets 2017 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Warren County Fairgrounds
Registration opens at 7:30 a.m. and all young anglers are required are $25. Reservations are encouraged for the Fort Salem show located on Schroon River Road, Warrensburg to benefit Warren
to stop at the pavilion prior to getting their fishing lines wet. There because seating is limited. More info: (fortsalemtheater.com) or County 4-H youth programs. This community supported sale in-
will be several different age groups and L.L.I.A. is working hard by calling the box office at (518) 854-9200. cludes antiques, collectibles, childrens items, household items
to insure that all participants receive a small prize. All young an- and lots more. The sale will be held at the same time as the 145th
glers are required to have a parent or legal guardian on hand with Annual Warren County Youth Fair. 4-H fosters an innovative
them at all times. Visit our website for more about LLIA and the SILENT AUCTION ITEMS SOUGHT FOR FUNDRAISER- learn by doing approach offering youth opportunities to ex-
fishing tournament. http://lakelauderdale.org/fishing-tournament/ On August 26, 2017 Cornell Cooperative Extension will be hold- plore careers, the environment, community service, life skills,
We fish rain or shine. Questions or for more information contact ing its 8th Annual Golf Tournament and Silent Auction at Cronins leadership and science & technology. For more information, con-
Gail: gail.pfister@lakelauderdale.org Golf Resort in Warrensburg, NY. All proceeds from this benefit tact Roxanne Westcott at 518-668-4881 or by email at
will be used to help financially support Cornell Cooperative rmw38@cornell.edu.
18TH CENTURY ARTISANS TO GATHER AT SCHUYLER Extensions educational programs. We are asking for your sup-
HOUSE Over 25 colonial artisans will ply their crafts on the port in the form of merchandise donation or gift certificate that HFCS CLASS OF 1970 REUNION The Class of 70 invites all
spacious grounds of the Philip Schuyler House on Sunday, Au- will be used as either a door prize for the golf tournament or for classmates and family members to their annual reunion on Satur-
gust 13, from noon to 5 p.m. at the 39th annual 18th Century Day an item in our silent auction. Cornell Cooperative Extension is a day, August 12 at 1:00 p.m. at Scott & Terrys House. Burgers,
celebration. The Schuyler House, on Route 4 in Schuylerville, key outreach system of Cornell University with a strong public dogs & snacks provided but bring your own beverage of choice
was built quickly in November 1777 by Philip Schuyler to re- mission and an extensive local presence that is responsive to the and a dish to share. Come one, come all. Pool available and there
place his lavish home which was burned by General John needs of people in our community. Cornell Cooperative Exten- is plenty of parking space. If you have any questions please phone
Burgoyne as he retreated north following his defeat at the Battles sion provides educational programs in the following areas: 4-H 518/686-8807.
of Saratoga in October 1777. Renowned tinsmith Walter Fleming Youth Development, Family and Consumer Sciences, Natural
of Ballston Lake uses tin snips, anvil and mallet to create sconces, Resources, Gardening and Landscape, Nutrition, Diet and Health. COUNTRY BLUEGRASS JAM. Wednesday, August 16
lanterns, candlesticks and other household items. New this year In-Kind gift donations may be shipped to Cornell Cooperative 7:00pm The jam is open to all musicians. Stage call by 6:45 pm.
is Billy McMillan of Glenmont who will demonstrate surveying Extension, 377 Schroon River Road, Warrensburg, NY 12885- Public invited. Admission is free, donations appreciated. 50/50
methods used to define property boundaries. The Old Saratoga 0487. Arrangements for pick-up of donations can be made by Raffle and refreshments available. For more information visit our
Historical Association and the National Park Service sponsor this calling Amy Sabattis at 518-623-3291 or 668-4881 or email website www.littletheater27.org or call 518-747-3421.Little The-
annual event. For more information call 518-670-2985. als77@cornell.edu. ater on the Farm 27 Plum Road, Fort Edward, NY 12828
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. Holy Mother, I place this cause Want to learn how to
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Small Enough to Know You,


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miles west from
Bennington Battle Field
Route 67,
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1988 to 1997.
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Call for Price $500. 5200
BOOK SALE: On August 12th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Cambridge Historical Society & Mu-
COUNTRY ROUND AND SQUARE DANCING at the American Legion on Clancy Street seum will be holding a book sale at 16 Broad St. in Cambridge. There will be beautiful coffee
in Schuylerville August 20 1pm-5pm with music by the Countrymen. All are welcome $7/$2/ table books and other nice books on various subjects available, mostly hard covered.
free depending on age. Info: 518-638-8905 or 824-3719. Casual. Come and browse and take home a nice addition to your library.

ICE CREAM SOCIAL: Rensselaer Countys Everett Wagar


Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road, will be holding an ice cream
social on Friday, August 18, sponsored by Fidelis. The social
Antiques at Camelot will be held at 12:30 following our noon lunch (Mac & Cheese)
available to all Rensselaer County seniors 60 years of age or older
AntiquesatCamelot.com for a suggested donation of $3.00. For more information or to
make your reservations for lunch, please call 279-3413.

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selected pieces of furniture
2017 EVENTS AT THE GEORGI- August 10, 7 PM The
Washington County Band performance, a popular annual tra-
dition. Also, the Salem Rotary Club with be serving up Stewarts
Ice Cream. Free! Open to the Public! Be sure to bring a chair,
Over 100 quality dealers the kids, and some bug spray! October 6, 2017 Watch for news
66 Colgate Heights, Bennington, Vermont about the Georgi Museum Grand Re-Opening events!. Plan
ahead and mark your calendar! Did you know that the Georgi
(802) 447-0039 is owned and operated by the Town of Salem, NY, yet does
NOT use any tax payer dollars? Remember to renew your
$25 Membership @ Georgi, P.O. Box 150, Shushan, NY
12873! Your contribution matters! Find us on Facebook!
SUMMER FLING AT STILLWATER UNITED CHURCH.
Come and join the fun on the Stillwater United Church lawn, 747
Hudson Avenue, Stillwater, on Saturday, August 12th from
12-7. Its an all day, open to all, BBQ choices: hamburgers, hot
dogs, sausage with peppers/onions, steamed clams by the dozen
and assorted salads. Dinners are served at 5PM: $20 for the Clam
Steam; $15 for a Camp Fire Chicken Dinner. Pre-purchase tick-
ets only, call 518-664-7984. Games and kids activities will be
held throughout the day. In case of rain, food will be served in-
doors in the air-conditioned Fellowship Hall.

CHOPIN BY CANDLELIGHT AT THE SEMBRICH


MELODIC MASTERWORKS IN THE GLOW OF
CANDLELIGHT. BOLTON LANDING, NY The intimate
salon setting of the Sembrich studio serves as the venue for
Chopin by Candlelight. The chamber concert, set for Sunday,
August 13th at 7:30, features the melodic strains of Frdric
Chopin performed by world renowned musicians in the glow of
candlelight. Tickets are $45. As seating is limited, reservations
are strongly recommended. For more information, visit
www.thesembrich.org or contact The Sembrich at (518) 644-2431

WARREN COUNTY RAMBLERS, A BLUEGRASS AND


OLD COUNTRY BAND. @ Little Theater on the Farm Satur-
day, August 12, @ 7:00pm. Band members are Hod Ovitt, band
leader. Hod provides melodies on guitar and mandolin as well as
vocals. Jen, a new addition to the band, has come a long way. She
provides vocals as well. This is her first time singing with a group.
Doug Bisnette is an outstanding vocalist and an excellent guitar-
CAROLS COLLECTIBLES ist. Recommended donation $10 and $7 for seniors & students.
Refreshments and 50/50 raffle available. For information visit
& Antiques our website www.littletheater27.org or call 518-747-3421.

GLENWOOD Books Glassware


A TRILOGY OF HERITAGE QUILTS. This collection has been
given over the years. The Museum began in 1925 as a community
MANOR ANTIQUES Frames Artwork service when purchased by Miss McFarland. The Daughters of
the American Revolution assumed management until 1964 when
518-798-4747 Tools Toys the Cambridge Historical Society was organized and assumed
60 Glenwood Avenue, Housewares Furniture Jewelry management. The Museum is a not-for-profit organization and
serves the area in collecting and preserving its historical heritage
Queensbury, NY Plates & Dishes and so much more! and documents. On August 19th from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m., the
Open Daily Year-Round Multi-Dealer Shop Museum will present a collection of six quilts as well as quilts
Antiques brought in from area residents. It will be a Show & Tell presen-
518.499.0728 Carol &Terry
Collectibles 84 Broadway, Route 22
tation. The set of 6 quilts features a quilt made and donated by a
Debit church in the Town of Cambridge. Please come and join the Quilt
Crafts Cards Whitehall, NY Fest. Quilts do not need to be vintage, just loved and special so
carolscollectibles.biz we can all enjoy them. The last exhibit will be on September 9th.
Everyone is welcome. A quilt is not necessary to gain admission.
The Museum is at 12 Broad St. in Cambridge, NY. For more in-
formation, call 677-3327. Saving Our History....Honoring Our
Past.
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