EAGLE Vol. 29 No. 39 ~ SEPTEMBER 24, 2009
SUPERVISORS DEFEAT PROPOSALS TO END
CONTRACT WITH TOURISM ASSOCIATION
- SEE PAGE 3 -
White Hall Leads Cambridge WASHINGTON COUNTY MAKING STRIDES
in Recycling Challenge AGAINST BREAST CANCER NEXT SUNDAY
- SEE PAGE 2 -
SALEM – Organizers of stop by SURVIVOR Team, Town, and Most Chair of the Washington
the Washington County TENT Unique T-Shirt Design County Making Strides
Owner Disappointed School Making Strides Against • 11:30-12:15 - Hartford For more information Against Breast Cancer
Breast Cancer have Junior Girl Scout Troop contract Elaine Gibb, Co- event at 518-854-3760.
Spent Money Out of District announced they are all set #3301
- SEE PAGE 21 - to TURN SALEM PINK! • handing out pink
on Sunday, October 4. ribbons
Join them for either a 5K • 11:30 - Entertainment
Mike Baratto Resigns from walk around picturesque by Al & Kathy Bain
CCS Alumni Board Blind Buck and Riley • 11:00 - Team Photos
- SEE PAGE 9 - Hill Roads, or a one-mile and Team TShirt Judging
walk around the village. • 12:15-1:00 - Welcome
There will be a wagon Remarks by local
Pumpkinpalooza Fun for ride available this year as dignitaries, American
well, for those not able to Cancer Society Aaron Butler Wendy Bordwell
Everyone in Hoosick Falls make the walk! Adirondack Regional
- SEE PAGE 13 - The schedule of events Director Keith Davidson,
is as follows (times are guest speaker Janet
Civil War Presentation to • Concessions • 1:00 - Bagpiper
Honor Greenwich Bicentennial throughout event (free Stachia Burns will lead
will offering) off the walkers
- SEE PAGE 14 -
• Silent Auction • 1:00 - Entertainment
throughout the event (to by Wendy Bordwell
Moseley Gives Hoosick Town donate an item, contact • 2:00 - Entertainment
Stacy Riche at 854- by Aaron Butler
Board Report on Uganda 9122 or email her at • 2:00-2:15 - Closing
- SEE PAGE 16 - email@example.com ) Ceremony; Trophies
• 11:00-12:15 - awarded for most money
GCS Homecoming Registration; Survivors raised by an Individual, Al & Kathy Bain
Begins Next Week
- SEE PAGE 18 - GREENWICH HARVEST
Random Act of Kindness Plans
Annual Thanksgiving Dinner FESTIVAL ON SATURDAY - SEE PAGES 14-15 -
- SEE PAGE 19 -
I Community News....................2-5 Hoosick News...............12, 13, 16
The Way We Were........................6
Easton-Greenwich ...14, 15, 18, 19
Changes to Equalization Rate and
STAR Program Effects HFCS Taxes - SEE PAGE 12 -
PICK THE PROS JACKPOT CLIMBS TO $100
- SEE PAGES 27 & 28 -
2 – THE EAGLE NEWSPAPER - SEPTEMBER 24, 2009
Farm Bureau Calls On Congress Southern Vermont Police Find $6000 Worth of
to Support Dairy Funding Brewfest Gets Underway
ALBANY – New York help now.” The Bennington Mu- ited time at Madison’s EASTON – On September Vermont. Upon taking
Farm Bureau today called “It is critical our New seum is hosting the third Brewing Company, Ben- 20 the Washington County Dougher into custody the
on the state congressional York Congressional Rep- annual Southern Vermont nington. Cash prizes will
delegation to support the resentatives weigh in to Home Brew and Micro- also be awarded. Emily T. Crouch, age 26, bindles of heroin as well as
“Sanders Amendment,” ensure the $350 million brew Festival on Satur- Come out to hear the Jordan M. Dougher, age four hypodermic needles
which would direct $350 day October 3, from 12 music of Kristin Long and 28, of 1717 County Route inside of the vehicle.
- Agriculture Appropria- noon to 5 p.m. at the Old the Incredibles, as well as
riculture Appropriations tions Bill to improve farm 153 Salem for third degree The street value of the
Bennington Brush Com- Blues Sanctuary. Catch criminal possession of a heroin was estimated at
bill to improve farm milk milk prices,” Norton said.
pany on North Street in medieval tournaments by controlled substance af- $6,000. Both Dougher and
prices. Meanwhile, Farm Bu-
downtown Bennington. the Society of Creative ter a vehicle stop on State Crouch were taken before
An amendment to in- reau is also calling on
clude $350 million for the Congress to revise the Sponsored by Sysco Food Anachronism (SCA) from Route 29 in the Town of Judge Michael Keenan in
dairy price support pro- federal milk market order Services of Albany and noon to 3 p.m. and try Easton. the Town of Kingsbury
gram, sponsored by Sens. system to recognize the Madison Brewing Com- your hand at “swordplay”. After being stopped Court and were both sent
Bernie Sanders, Charles higher production costs pany of Bennington this See brewing demonstra- to Washington County Jail
Schumer and Kirsten to dairy farmers in the year’s event features over tions by Hennessey’s for lack of $100,000 cash
Gillibrand, has been ap- Northeast and in particu- 25 home brews for tasting Homebrew Emporium of a warrant for Jordan bail or $200,000 bond.
proved in the Senate ver- lar New York. along with a number of of Rensselaer, NY, speak Dougher for conspiracy The arrests were made
sion of the Agricultural Last month, Norton microbrews from brewers with vendors on the latest to distribute heroin from by Deputy John LaTour
Appropriations bill. joined 12 other Farm Bu- like Brown’s Brewing Co. brewing equipment and the United States District and Deputy David Bux-
This dairy funding was reaus from around the East of Troy, NY, Northampton vote. Vote for your fa- Court for the District of ton.
not included in the House Coast in urging the USDA Brewery of Northampton, vorite homebrew - stouts,
version of the bill. to explore an overhaul of Mass, McNeill’s Brewery ales, lagers, and more.
Congress reconciles the federal milk market- of Brattleboro, and Mad- The Bennington Muse-
their respective bills via ing order system, which
conference committees to sets the minimum milk
ison’s Brewing of Ben- um is located at 75 Main After ATV Accident
nington. What a perfect Street (Route 9), Benning-
work out any differences price farmers are paid. GREENWICH – On September 18 at about 11:15 p.m.
way to spend a crisp fall ton. The Old Bennington
and begin meeting next Milk prices are current- -
afternoon. Brush Company, the site
week. ly at historic lows, at least sonal injury ATV accident at the intersection of Riddle
Home brews will be of the Brewfest, is on
“Our dairy farmers are $5 per hundredweight Road and County Route 49 in the Town of Greenwich.
judged by an expert panel North Street in downtown
facing the worst pricing below the cost of produc- Shane R. Bain, 23, of 106 Riddle Road was traveling
including National Judge Bennington. Visit the
crisis in decades,” said tion. New York Farm northbound on Riddle Road when he lost control of his
Dean Norton, president of Bureau has been actively Greg Mobley. The win- museum’s website www.
2008 Can Am ATV striking a tree head on. Bain was air
New York Farm Bureau, seeking out short term and ning brew will be created benningtonmuseum.org
lifted to Albany Medical Center with serious injuries.
a dairy farmer and Agri- long-term solutions to the for a production run and or call 802-447-1571 for
The investigation was handled by Deputy Todd Riche
cultural Consultant from crisis, which is now in its carried on tap for a lim- more information.
Batavia, N.Y. “We need second year. Cossayuna Fire and Easton Greenwich EMS. At this
County Free Cancer time investigation is on going.
Finance and Personnel GLENS FALLS – Screen- Hospice Volunteer Training
FORT EDWARD – Chair ing clinic to be held at FORT EDWARD – This is an opportunity
G. Hall has scheduled the Glens Falls Hospital Volunteers are the Heartbeat to dedicate your time and
a Finance and Person- Breast Center on October of Hospice and Washington individual talents in a
nel Committee meeting 22. Free mammograms, County Hospice and way that will add quality
for Thursday, September clinical breast exams, Palliative Care Program to the lives of those in
24 at 9:30 a.m. in the pap/pelvic exams and is gearing up for its 2009 Washington County with
large conference room of colorectal cancer screen- Fall Volunteer Training serious illness, as well
ings are available for Series to be held at Fort as their families. Those
in Fort Edward. women 40-64 years old Hudson Nursing Home, wishing to get involved
with no health insurance. Tuesday evenings October in this rewarding program
*** Please call 926-6570 or 1- 13th through November may contact: Keith Mann,
Got News? Send it to: Above all, love each other
deeply, because love cov-
800-882-0121 to enroll. 17th. This six-week series Coordinator of Volunteers
Email: EagleNews@gmail.com A second free screening is designed to give you the at Washington County
ers over a multitude of
Fax: 518-677-8323 will be held October 29 at Hospice And Palliative
sins. -1 Peter 4:8
Mail: PO Box 493, Cambridge, NY 12816 *** the Greenwich Regional needed to be an effective Care Program, 518-746-
Medical Center. Hospice Volunteer. 2400 ext. 3029.
Sponsored By Washington County Fair
SEPTEMBER 24, 2009 - THE EAGLE NEWSPAPER – 3
Recycling Challenge Moves into Final Supervisors Defeat Two Proposals That Would
Stretch withWhitehall Center in the Lead Have Ended Contract with Tourism Association
Jordan and Grimmke are challenging local residents FORT EDWARD – The waste/recycling materials • Authorized partici-
to raise recycling rates across Washington County Washington County Board hauler licensing for Fri- pation in Needs Analy-
In late May, Assembly- Public Works tracks the So far, the Whitehall of Supervisors conducted day, October 16 at 10:05 sis and Assessment for
man Tony Jordan (R,C- volume of recyclable ma- center is in the lead. As their regular monthly a.m. Broadband Access in the
Jackson) and Washington terial that is processed of right now, recyclables meeting on Friday, Sep- • Authorized an Inter- county. Rymph and Alan
County Superintendent by each center. The win- processed by the White- tember 18 following a municipal Agreement for Brown of Jackson voted
public hearing on the pro- Emergency Code Enforce- no.
of Public Works Willy ner of the challenge will hall Center is up 10.87%
posed Occupancy Tax. ment Services. Supervisor • Unanimously adopted
Grimmke developed be the recycling center from a year ago. Jackson
No one spoke at the Nancy Hall of Hartford a resolution urging the
a friendly “Recycling with the greatest per- is in second place, boost- hearing and the board lat- voted no. State of New York to stop
Challenge” as an innova- centage increase in com- ing their recycling rate by er approved the measure. • Amended the budget to pillaging 9-1-1 funds.
tive way to raise public parison to the same pe- 5.05%. The county is estimating • Designated Washing-
awareness and improve riod in 2008. Washington “Whitehall and Jack- the newest tax proposal to assistance in the amount ton County as a Recovery
recycling rates across son residents have done bring $25,000 to $30,000 of $10,719 for addition- Zone for the purposes of
Washington County. The recycling centers located an incredible job, but in revenue which they said al Adoption Assistance the American Recovery
competition began June 1 in Whitehall, Granville, there is still some time for would be used for tourism Funding. Argyle Supervi- and Reinvestment Act
and was scheduled to run Kingsbury, Greenwich, the other towns to catch related measures. sor Robert Henke noted (Stimulus).
through September 30. and Jackson. Jordan and up,” said Grimmke. “Ei- In a related issue, fol- the funding was coming • Voted to advance the
“Because both Willy Grimmke will spend a ther way, Tony and I are lowing an executive ses- from the American Re- Washington County Tour-
and I coach soccer on day sorting recyclables looking forward to work- sion the board voted not covery and Reinvestment ism Association $29,491
Saturday, we decided and helping residents dis- ing a day at whichever to retain the services of Act (Stimulus) and asked as a loan due to the delay
to extend the challenge pose of household waste plant comes out on top. Ghostwriters Communi- how the funding would in receiving payment from
through October so we at whichever center is de- Right now, that looks like cations, Inc. as a tourism help. the N.Y. State I Love NY
can help recycle at the clared the winner. Whitehall.” consultant to Washington • The county accepted funding.
winning center on a Satur- County. If the measure an additional $121,679 • Passed a resolution
day,” said Jordan. “Right passed it would have end- for the HEAP program. concerning the retirement
now residents who use the ed the county’s present • Voted to accept an ad- of Jim Fischbeck as Ex-
Whitehall recycling center
Grant Program Receives Approval contract with the Wash- ditional $408,200 from ecutive Director of Sewer
ington County Tourism federal stimulus monies District No. 2.
are distancing themselves ALBANY – The New ciency, create jobs within
Association. for the Department of So- • Authorized participa-
from the pack, and stak- York State Energy Re- the clean energy sector,
A second proposal cial Services. Supervisors tion in the Pro Act NY
ing their claim as the top search and Development reduce energy costs, and to retain the services of John Rymph of Easton Based Discount Drug
recyclers in the county.” Authority (NYSERDA) protect the environment. Christine Hoffer of Cam- and Henke voted no. Program.
“We owe it to our announced that the U.S. The EECBG program bridge as Tourism Con- (Editors Note: This fund- • Appointed Michael
children to do what we Department of Energy has will contribute to Gover- sultant was also voted ing was released for all Mercure as Public De-
can to conserve our natu- approved New York’s $29 nor David A. Paterson’s down. recipients of food stamps fender to replace Patrick
ral resources and protect goal of meeting 45 per- In other business, the and temporary assistance Barber who resigned
the environment,” said Conservation Block Grant cent of the State’s elec- Board of Supervisors: who had open cases dur- September 14. The ap-
Jordan. “Raising public (EECBG) program of the tricity needs through im- • Heard a presentation ing the month of July and pointment was through
awareness on the impor- American Recovery and by Elaine Gibb of Sa- had children between the December 31, 2009.
tance of recycling isn’t Reinvestment Act. This and renewable energy by lem about Breast Cancer ages of 3-17. They re- • Unanimously adopted
easy though. Willy and program will help support 2015. Awareness. The Making ceived $200 per child for a resolution calling for
I hoped this challenge local governments (cities More information on Strides Against Breast school supplies). immediate relief for dairy
would help do that by and towns with a popula- Cancer walk will be held • The supervisors farmers. Cambridge Su-
sparking a friendly com- tion less than 35,000 and Conservation Block Grant in Salem on Saturday, Oc- amended the general fund pervisor JoAnn Trinkle
petition between the com- counties with a population program can be found at tober 4. budget by adding $80,000 urged all towns to adopt
less than 200,000) with www.nyserda.org/eco- • Set a public hearing - similar resolutions and
munities, and I think we
achieved that.” projects and strategies nomicrecovery/default. on Local Law “C” of ployment costs for 2009. forward them to federal
- asp. 2009 that would establish Henke voted no.
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4 – THE EAGLE NEWSPAPER - SEPTEMBER 24, 2009
embarrassed us as a nation! wrong with this picture?” prices rise, it will not be quested that they recover
LETTERS I’d make a list of the I know from having had because our dairymen and what belonged to the tax-
names of every elected of- many conversations with women have been forced payers.
Betrayed and Children covered are from my sister and brother-in- to give up their livelihood, Supervisor Trinkle and
income eligible, fully em- law, Becky and Lenny Aus- but because those who the Board have consistently
Angry People ployed (sometimes) fami- intuitions whose risk-tak- tin who are local dairy farm- have chosen to persevere refused to acknowledge any
To the Editor: lies, ing proved so harmful to so ers, that those who have not problem with the gift or to
One of Mr. Austin’s It offends me that Mr. many people. yet given up the ship are in even discuss the issue when
many letters stated that Austin seemed to put down Former Senator Phil survival mode, but these deserve. it was raised by taxpayers
the President’s actions. Gramm had the nerve to numbers painted an even We are in need of a mir- at Board meetings. They
President Obama had signed Casting it in a misleading say America is a nation of more vivid picture of a milk acle here. Time is of the es- said it was a “dead issue,”
legislation granting health light. I highly recommend whiners; perhaps more ac- producer’s plight. sence. Farmers are holding or they said nothing. Now,
care insurance coverage to Mahar’s book to any person curate to say a nation of be- An August 4, 2009 re- less hope every day that one year later, we learn that,
the children of 11,000,000 seriously interested in the trayed and angry people. port from Senator Kirsten anything will come of this, just as Watkins warned, the
illegal immigrants. He did health cares - health insur- Frances Schnell Gillibrand’s web site states, but our God is a God of Town is facing the threat of
not reveal the source of his ance proposals. Cambridge, NY “New York farmers are fac- hope and I pray as we inter- a lawsuit.
information. Mr. Austin is rejoicing in ing a dairy pricing crisis. cede that they will see God This situation just doesn’t
Having moved from the advent of protests such Deserves According to Farm Credit, it move mightily on their be- make any sense, particu-
as Tea Parties, disruption of costs dairy farmers $17.58 half. If you are not already larly since one of the Board
gullibility to skepticism
Town Hall meetings, and
His Wages to produce a hundredweight doing so, please pray for members, Ted Berndt, is
I decided to call Senator
the 9/12 taxpayers Rally in To the Editor: (cwt) of milk. Yet the mar- encouragement, provision a real estate professional,
D.C. I caught some of the In The Eagle a few weeks ket is only paying $13.33 and strength, for God’s fa- who should know how to
person told me that on Feb-
coverage of the rally an C- ago, “The Way We Were” per hundredweight. The vor and intervention in this read a deed. The others
ruary 4, 2009 the President
SPAN. One of the placards referenced 1984 prices for Milk Income Loss Con- desperate situation and con- were on the Board when the
signed legislation making
read, “Bury Obama with common grocery items tract (MILC) program was tact your Senators and Con- Town sold another parcel at
POSSIBLE health insur-
Kennedy.” Are these people such as milk, eggs, bread, designed to be a safety net gressmen and let your voice auction a year before and
ance coverage for 11 million
the Conservatives Mr. Aus- etc. A quick estimation when there is a large price be heard. knew the correct process.
uninsured children through
tin favors? showed me that a few prices discrepancy. However, as Finally, if you see a And they all should know
SCHIP (State Children’s
If I were in a position to had more than doubled and the MILC program currently farmer today, tell him/her that it is their duty to try
Health Insurance Program).
organize people for protests, others had increased con- works, farmers are not even how much you appreciate to get money for taxpayers
I then reread references
I would focus on picketing siderably through the years receiving enough income to - when they dispose of public
to the SCHIP arrangement
the grand buildings housing – no surprise! The thing that cover the cost of staying in ing so you and your family property.
in Maggie Mahar’s well
Fanny Mae, Freddie Mac, struck me as I read was, in business. New York farm- can enjoy the fruit of their Nonetheless, for a full
researched book “Money
Goldman Sack’s, Bank of 1984, the cost of milk was ers have been forced to ei- labor; …and please don’t year now, the Board has ig-
Driven Medicine”. Con-
America, A.I.G, J.P. Mor- $2.19 - the same price it can ther take on massive debt to complain if the price of nored the facts and taxpay-
gress passed the legisla-
gan etc. In their pursuit readily be purchased for to- cover their costs or go out milk goes up. ers’ rights. They all have
to make money for them- day. I even saw it at $1.79 of business. Gail Smith stood by their decision to
state decides the amount
selves and shareholders the last week! One’s natural As one might guess, N. Petersburgh, NY make a private gift of your
of funding it can afford for
top management drove our response might be, “Wow, farmers are very passion- property to one individual,
the program; that amount is
matched by federal funds. economy over a cliff and that’s great!” I say, “What’s ate about this, and it gets Town Board who stated at the time that
worse! Lenny tells me Ag- Should Resign she was about to sell it. In
riculture magazines are doing so, the Board stole
reporting that average Sep- To the Editor: from us twice: once by giv-
tember production costs Last week’s meeting of ing away our land and again
are now up to $18/cwt and the Cambridge Town Board by subjecting all of us to
farmers are being paid $12/ what may be an expensive
of the Board’s 5-0 vote to and time consuming law-
cwt. It is further reported give away a parcel of land suit.
The Sign of Good Health Across Our Region owned by the Town to a pri-
that farmers are now losing This has got to stop.
$100/cow/month. The math vate citizen, who claimed There is no excuse for their
- she owned it and was in behavior. As far as I can see,
ure, a farm with 50 cows the process of selling it for the only explanation is that
Flu Shots Now Available
loses $5,000/month; 200 $9,200. At the time, resi- they are incompetent, irre-
loses $20,000/month; 500 dents and taxpayers won- sponsible, or corrupt. They
- $50,000/month; and there dered why, if she owned all should resign.
it, the Town had to give it
At Your Hometown Family Health Center
are larger farms out there. Abdon James Buckley
There are also many vari- to her before she could sell Cambridge, NY
ables which further reduce it. And if the Town owned
it, why didn’t it just sell it Wonderful
Thank God that NYS itself and use the proceeds
to cut our tax bills? Celebration
At the next Board meet- To the Editor:
CAMBRIDGE FAMILY HOOSICK FALLS being heard and someone
is taking tangible steps to ing, and many meetings Second Chance Animal
HEALTH CENTER FAMILY HEALTH CENTER try to rectify the situation. since then, Beaver Watkins Center wishes to extend
In late June, Senator Gilli- presented the Board with its thanks to The Eagle for
677-3961 686-5002 brand spearheaded legisla- property deeds and other helping to promote the shel-
tion which proposed dou- proof that only the Town, ter’s 50 year anniversary
not this individual, owned celebration. Over 200 peo-
GRANVILLE SALEM FAMILY bling the price dairymen
would be paid through The the property. None of this ple and their pets, many of
FAMILY HEALTH HEALTH CENTER Milk Income Loss Contract, should have been news to whom were adopted from
retroactive to March. Un- them, as both the resolution Second Chance, attended
approved by the Board and the celebration which was
642-0612 854-3821 fortunately, in August, this
proposal was voted down the deed signed by Super- held on Sunday, September
visor JoAnn Trinkle stated 13th. The day could not
GREENWICH REGIONAL WHITEHALL FAMILY when it was combined
with another bill. It was the Town had acquired the have been more beautiful,
MEDICAL CENTER MEDICINE subsequently reported that property in 1939. This has and it was a wonderful time
if something isn’t done by to renew old friendships and
make new ones. And a most
692-9861 499-2444 the end of year, 25% of the
Property Services. Its web- special thank you to all of
nation’s farmers will go out
of business. site shows the Town as the Second Chance’s support-
In several places The Bi- previous owner of the par- ers, volunteers, staff, board
ble talks about a worker de- cel and that it gave it to the members and adopters who
serving his wages. Farmers individual for free. over the past 50 years have
aren’t looking for pity, they Mr. Watkins has remind- made it all possible. Thank
just want to make a living ed the Board time and again you one and all.
so they can provide for their that private gifts of public Nancy Boardman – VP
families. I pray that if dairy property are illegal and re- Shaftsbury, VT
SEPTEMBER 24, 2009 - THE EAGLE NEWSPAPER – 5
ACC to Host Transfer Day and Results of the Schuylerville Garden Club’s Standard Flower Show
Fall College Night October 8
QUEENSBURY - Rep- land, Delhi, New Paltz,
resentatives from nearly Oneonta, Oswego, Platts-
two hundred colleges burgh, and Potsdam; the
from around the country Institute of Technology at
will converge on Adiron- Utica/Rome; The School
dack Community College of Environmental Science
(ACC) on Thursday, Oc- and Forestry at Syracuse;
tober 8, for ACC’s annual SUNY Upstate Medical
Transfer Day and Fall Col- University; and Empire
lege Night. Transfer Day State College.
has been scheduled for 12 Other public and pri-
p.m. to 2 p.m. in the ACC vate schools represented Design 9892 received the Petite Award won by Marge Design 9858 received the Tri-color award won by Mari-
Student Center lounge, include Castleton State; Shostak lyn Park
and the annual Fall Col- Clarkson; College of St.
SCHUYLERVILLE – The Schuylerville Garden Club’s
lege Night will take place Joseph; College of Saint
Standard Flower Show entitled “School Days” held on July
from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 Rose; Green Mountain
11 and 12 in the Town Hall was a great success.
p.m. in the ACC gymna- College; Hilbert College;
Top Show Awards were as follows:
sium. The two events will Keuka College; Massa-
• DESIGN: Tri-Color Award- Marilyn Park for a “Mu-
give area college and high chusetts College of Liber-
school students, as well al Arts; Paul Smith’s Col- sic” Design; Designer’s Choice & Award of Design Ex-
as their parents, the op- lege; RPI; RIT; Russell cellence- Liz Gee for a “Jungle Gym” Design; and Petite
portunity to ask questions Sage and Sage College of Award – Marge Shostak for an “Arithmetic” Design.
and get information about Albany; Siena College; • HORTICULTURE AWARDS: Horticultural Excellence
course programs and col- Utica College and Wells and Award of Merit – Mary Jane Bartolucci for Mallow
lege activities. The public College. Sidalcea; Grower’s Choice Award – Liz Gee for a succu-
is invited, and there is no The late session, co- lent planter; Award of Merit – Kathy Turcotte for Lilium
admission charge. sponsored by ACC and Apricot and another for Summer Savory Satureja Horten-
The early session will the Adirondack Counsel- sia; and Sharlene Pendrak for Hosta Heliacae Agasacea.
feature representatives ing Association, will fea- Sunday’s demonstration by Mary Ann Fowler and Ran-
from 30 of the most popu- ture representatives from dy Squires of North Country Flowers gave gardeners some
lar four-year colleges in nearly 165 colleges and
New York and Vermont, universities from across decorate their homes.
including the SUNY Uni- the Eastern US. For more The Club is grateful to the Town for the use of the Town
versity Centers at Albany information, call the ACC Hall. Some positive comments were received about the
and Brockport; University new venue. The Club is also appreciative to all who at-
Colleges at Buffalo, Cort- 2278. tended and to the area businesses who generously donated
Design 9875 received the Designer’s Choice Award and
make this a successful community event. Award of Design Excellence awards won by Liz Gee
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6 – THE EAGLE NEWSPAPER - SEPTEMBER 24, 2009
By Dick Farrell
“memories light the corners of my mind,
misty watercolor memories…”
ater opened for their 15th
~ 1986 ~ season with a Fred Car-
continued michael comedy entitled
LOCAL NEWS “Last of the Class”.
Mr. & Mrs. Whipple Valedictorian Lara De-
City portrayed by Charles Lorenzo and Salutatorian
and Florence Perkins Donald Schneider led the
were featured on the front Class of 1986 graduation
page of the June 25 edi- ceremony.
tion of The Eagle riding L’Ensemble presented
in a 1930 Model A Ford. “The Pink Siamese” at
The Cambridge High their concert on Content
School Class of 1936 held Farm Road.
their reunion in the Hotel The HFCS graduation
Cambridge and posed for ceremonies saw 102 re-
a half-page photo in The ceive diplomas. Joseph in the July 16 edition of celebrated. Congressman Hoosick Falls were termi- CAL MALE by Tina
Eagle. Walz was Valedictorian The Eagle. The article Gerald Solomon read a nated without notice fol- Turner was second and
The West End Mar- and Ed Skonupski the Sa- was printed following a page of the Congressional lowing a downturn in the Janet Jackson’s WHEN
ket’s weekly sales includ- lutatorian. letter to the editor from an Record which detailed the electronics industry. I THINK OF YOU was
ed: boneless sirloin steak A full-page feature by inmate at the jail. An Ea- founding. James Kapp was ap- third. I DIDN’T MEAN
$2.99 lb; ground chuck Maureen Parisi highlight- gle reporter investigated An ad hoc committee pointed assistant second- TO TURN YOU ON by
$1.19 lb; First Prize Ba- ed Angela Estramonte the charges and included was formed in Cambridge ary principal at Hoosick Robert Palmer was fourth
con $1.45 lb; chicken who had emigrated to a full page response from to develop a community Falls Central School. and HEARTBEAT by
breasts (boned-out) were Cambridge on May 3, Sheriff Martin Wescott. pool. An Evening Under
$1.39 lb; large white eggs 1932 from Locana, Italy. The Mettawee River Rascher’s Sugar House the Stars was the theme The Academy Awards
Another full-page fea- Company presented Pa- of a dinner-dance at the went to PLATOON as
corn $1.00 and Hershey ture celebrating July 4th pyrus on the lawn of the stop on the 1986 New Hedges Lake Pavilion to Best Picture; Paul New-
Ice Cream was $2.59 gal- highlighted the Reyman Meikleknox Adult Home York State Maple Tour. - man, Best Actor; Marlee
lon. Family in Buskirk. Louis in Cambridge. lan Hospital Community Matkin, Best Actress;
Sixteen students grad- Reyman and his family A daily breakfast spe- tent crusade was an- Complex Fund. Dianne Wiest, Best Sup-
uated from Saint Mary’s arrived from the Nether- cial at Curt’s Diner fea- nounced by Richard Far- - porting Actress and Oli-
Academy. Linda Blin- lands. tured three eggs, home rell, coordinator of the cussed the pending clo- ver Stone, Best Director.
strub gave the Valedicto- The 109th commence- fries, toast and coffee for event. The crusade fea- sure of the Cambridge SPORTS
rian address with Karen ment of Greenwich Cen- $1.39. tured Rev. Robert Rich- Jose Canseco of Oak-
Wirmusky giving the Sa- tral School was held in th
ardson, Christian singers said he had heard esti- land was the American
lutatorian address. the auditorium with 83 Century Day was held Fred and Donna Lucrezio, mates to close the site at League Rookie of the
Brandi Shoe Store in graduates receiving their at the General Schuyler singer-songwriter Rhett $1 million. White Creek Year and Todd Worrell of
Hoosick Falls held a Go- diplomas. House in Schuylerville. Palmer; Ernie Hollings, Supervisor Darryl Decker St. Louis took the award
ing Out of Business Sale A series of pros and The 200th anniver- a Canadian who will tell insisted that the Town of in the senior circuit.
with up to 60% off. cons of the Washington sary of the founding of of accepting Jesus Christ Jackson must share in the Hal Lanier of Houston
The Fort Salem The- County Jail was featured the Town of Hebron was as his Lord and Savior costs of the closure. and John McNamara of
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SEPTEMBER 24, 2009 - THE EAGLE NEWSPAPER – 7
Where the wild coyote will howl o’er me
The Top 10 Sources of US Government Income: Where the buffalo roams the prairie sea
O bury me not on the lone prairie”
insurance 3. Corporate income 4. Hospital Insurance
“It makes no difference, so I’ve been told
Where the body lies when life grows cold
But grant, I pray, one wish to me
O bury me not on the lone prairie”
A Weather Proverb: If spiders are many and spinning “I’ve often wished to be laid when I die
their webs, the weather is fair. By the little church on the green hillside
By my father’s grave, there let mine be
Bible Quote of the Week: Take my yoke upon you,
TRIVIA TEST O bury me not on the lone prairie”
and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and
By Dick Farrell
The cowboys gathered all around the bed
To hear the last word that their comrade said
From the Lawyers’ Joke Book: Unusual Reasons for “O partners all, take a warning from me
Never leave your homes for the lone prairie”
A woman in Canyon City, Colorado, divorced her
“Don’t listen to the enticing words
husband because he forced her to “duck under the
MUSIC: Of the men who own droves and herds
dashboard” whenever they drove past his girlfriend’s
For if you do, you’ll rue the day
The Beatles B. The Clash C. The Stooges D. All of the That you left your homes for the lone prairie”
divorce because his wife “was always nagging him in “O bury me not,” but his voice failed there
HOLLYWOOD: Halle Berry was a Bond girl in which
sign language.” But we paid no head to his dying prayer
A woman in Hardwick, Georgia, divorced her husband In a narrow grave, just six by three
on the grounds that he “stayed home too much and We buried him there on the lone prairie
was much too affectionate.”
ACTORS: To which former ER doc is Felicity Huffman
We buried him there on the lone prairie
An Irish Toast:
evening, a full moon on a dark night, and a smooth Where rattlesnakes rattle, and the tumbleweeds
road all the way to your door. Blow across his grave on the lone prairie
The birthday calendar for the week is as follows: And the cowboys now as they cross the plains
Have marked the spot where his bones are lain
MUSICIANS: Russian musician Sviatolar Richter is
Fling a handful of roses on his grave
And pray to the Lord that his soul is saved
HISTORY: Cannae was the site of a remarkable victory
In a narrow grave, just six by three
- see answers below -
We buried him there on the lone prairie
Old Age Wisdom:
a storm. Once you’re aboard there’s nothing you can
MOMENTS IN TIME
The History Channel
Sept. 24, 1961
Some Irish Humor courtesy of Hal Roach:
husband Desi Arnaz, ran for 10 years. Ball had insisted
that Arnaz be cast as her husband the show, despite
believe a white American actress would be married to
Wit & Wisdom by Benjamin Franklin: Since thou are
a Cuban bandleader.
not sure of a minute, throw not away an hour.
Sept. 25, 1913
Joke Time: You just can’t go to a public pool and
A Very silent comedies. Chaplin will make more than a dozen
splash around anymore. Everyone’s swimming laps
Happy Birthday to one and all!
now. Some guy jumped in behind me and said, “How
The Almanac’s weekly weather forecast: September a monocle.
“Until my bladders empty, punk.”
Sept. 26, 1982
Rain, then sunny, cold nights.
Great Thoughts: It is not so much our friends’ help
Woodchucks go into hibernation beginning September
A Bible Verse: And he hath put a new song in my
From the Teachers’ Joke Book: A little boy worrying work.
mouth, even praise unto our God: many shall see it,
Sept. 27, 1939, 140,000 Polish troops are taken
permission to go to the washroom, then returned to the
to the superior mechanized forces of Hitler’s army. The
Poles fought bravely, but were able to hold on for only
PRESIDENTS: Helen Gahagan Douglas
slightly older boy to act as his guide. Success crowned Sept. 28, 1991
MUSIC: The Stooges
HOLLYWOOD: Die Another Day
Smilestones being celebrated this week include:
Sept 29, 1907, Gene Autry, perhaps the greatest
MUSICIANS: Classical pianist
FAVORITE POETRY Old Santa Fe,” was eventually followed by nearly 100
A Very “O bury me not on the lone prairie”
Happy Anniversary to you all! These words came low and mournfully Sept. 30, 1954
From the pallid lips of the youth who lay nuclear submarine, is commissioned by the U.S.
Roadside Verse: It Has A Tingle And A Tang That Starts On his dying bed at the close of day.
“O bury me not on the lone prairie
8 – THE EAGLE NEWSPAPER - SEPTEMBER 24, 2009
Free Community Meal Cambridge UP Church News Order CCS Alumni Cookbook
CAMBRIDGE – You are get tired of cooking for CAMBRIDGE – Our The Pieceful Valley and Ornaments Now
invited to a FREE meal yourself and eating alone, worship service in The Quilters meet at the Brie-
CAMBRIDGE – Fall com.
at First Baptist Church in if you like to get out and Cambridge United Pres- man Building each Tues-
byterian Church Sanctu- is in the air so it’s time Each year the Alumni
Cambridge on Saturday, socialize-- come enjoy day morning from 9 to
ary begins at 10 a.m. with 11:30. Just bring some- to get a jump on your Association produces
September 26th from a good meal cooked for Christmas shopping. The two ornaments depicting
Noon to 1 p.m. This you—and it’s FREE and Praise Songs. thing to sew and your
It’s back! Mark your fellowship will be wel- CCS Alumni Association Cambridge landmarks.
month’s menu will be open to anyone. First just restocked its shelves The current set of eight
calendar; Our “Fish Fry” comed.
turkey, dressing, mashed Baptist Church is located with cookbooks and orna- includes Cambridge Ho-
will be held in the Brie- The Afternoon Cir-
potatoes, gravy, peas and on West Main St. between man Building on Satur- cle will meet the third ments. tel, Historical Society,
carrots, coleslaw, pie and Glens Falls National Bank day, October 17, 2009 Wednesday of each month The soft cover cook- Old Union School, Rice
beverages. The meal will and the IGA store. from 4 to 6 p.m. Come at 2 p.m. The Evening book features over 200 Mansion, Checkered
be provided by Cam- Reservations are not early, we always have a Circle will meet the third recipes submitted by the House, Mary McClellan
bridge IGA. The monthly necessary. Take-outs will good turn-out. Buy your Tuesday of each month at CCS Alumni plus a his- Hospital, Railroad Depot,
meals are organized by be available for those un- tickets in advance or at 7 p.m. This year the two tory of Cambridge High and Rich’s Popcorn Wag-
First Baptist Church of able to attend at 1 p.m.. the door. Hope to see you circles will study from and Cambridge Cen- on. Each ornament costs
Cambridge, with the as- Any organization or indi- there! You are always the Horizons Bible Study tral Schools. The cook- $9 plus $1 for shipping.
sistance of community vidual wishing to help this welcome. called Joshua, A Journey book costs $10 plus $3 Surprise someone and or-
churches and organiza- month or in the future, The Community Sun- of Faith. September, Les- for shipping. Contact der the whole set.
tions such as 4H clubs please call 677-3327. The day School meets each son One: “Who Is The Betty Jeskie White ‘55 Proceeds from all sales
and scouts, etc. next community meal Sunday morning at 10:45 God Of Joshua?” Read at 518.692.7561 or Ken go to the CCS Alumni
If money is short at the will be held on October a.m. in the Brieman Joshua 1: 1-9, 23. All Gottry ‘68 at ken@gottry. Scholarship Fund.
end of the month, if you 31st. building. We are looking the women of the church
forward to a wonderful are invited to join these Historical Society Events
school year. groups.
Fall Fete at Saint Luke’s North Country Youth Corporate Concerns CAMBRIDGE – Please lunch will be available for
CAMBRIDGE – St. Luke’s of Cambridge, N.Y. invite meet 30 minutes before mark your calendars for
you to a tent covered tag sale on Saturday, September Baptist Church every Fri- each Session meeting. the following upcoming torical Society and Wood-
26 consisting of many great items collected from several day evening for games, The Fellowship Group events sponsored by the lands Cemetery. Come
homes that are downsizing. Also a silent auction will snacks, scripture and Cambridge Historical So- and enjoy an old Victorian
be held at the Parish house. Both events begin at 8 a.m. discussion of everyday each month right after the ciety and Museum: tradition of picnicking at
issues involving teenag- church service. • October 3 - Apple Fest the Woodlands Cemetery
sharp (coffee available).
ers. They will continue to The Deacons meet held at the Cambridge Ho- followed by a directed
But wait there is more. At 11 a.m. take out chow-
meet throughout the sum- the third Sunday of each tel. The Historical Society tour of the Cemetery.
der will be served. New England clam chowder or Corn
mer. month right after the will be one of the spon- • Sunday, October 11 -
Chowder will be available at $5.00 which includes drink sors and will be a vendor Museum open for tours
and dessert. Serving ends at 2 p.m. Our choir has rehears- church service. They de-
als at 9:30 a.m. every Fri- liver the pamphlet, “Our where you can purchase and exhibits from 1 - 4
day and Sunday morning. Daily Bread” to the shut- items from the Museum p.m.
efforts of St. Martha’s Guild and support St. Luke’s and enter the 50/50 draw- • November 9 - Annual
We will be singing our fa- ins.
church. ing. Membership Meeting
vorite songs and learning For more information
new songs as the month’s about any of these activi- • Saturday, October 10 • November 21 & 22 -
progress. We want to sing - Sixth Annual Heritage Christmas in November
our best for the glory of mornings at 518-677- Weekend beginning at 10 • December 4 - Christmas
our Lord. 3863 a.m. "Cemeteries of the Open House
Greater Cambridge Area" Watch for details for
with speakers on Stone the last three events. The
Classic Rock Night Cutters of Our Area and Museum will close for
the winter following the
teries Old and New. A bag Christmas Open House.
Route 22 Fresh Food Pantry
Saturday, October 10 CAMBRIDGE – The New Life Christian Church Food
8 p.m. to Midnight Pantry provides fresh fruit, vegetables, and bakery items
twice a week. If you have need of some free fresh food
Music by: for your household, please come and visit us on Monday
evenings at 5:30 p.m. or on Friday mornings at 10:30
Sure Fire Grove a.m. We are located at 2 South Union Street in Cam-
bridge. For more information call 330-7099.
50/50 Raffle Cash Bar
Everyone is welcome! Maintenance Services
$5 at the door & Automotive Sales
TIRES ~ BRAKES
LUBE, OIL, & FILTER
SHOCKS ~ STRUTS
FULL SERVICE REPAIR
Many vehicles to choose from!
98 W. Main St., Cambridge, NY
SEPTEMBER 24, 2009 - THE EAGLE NEWSPAPER – 9
CSC and CVRS Join Forces Final Historical Mike Baratto ‘62 Resigns From Alumni Board
CAMBRIDGE – The gymkhanas, etc. are in- Society Concert Submitted by Ken Gottry retired!). basketball and volleyball
Cambridge Saddle Club vited to attend. CAMBRIDGE – It is The Alumni Associa- programs. We provide
CAMBRIDGE – The
and the Cambridge Val- This will be hands on with regret and deep ap- tion is looking for new glimpses of life in Cam-
ley Rescue Squad have and informational train- preciation that we accept board members. We meet bridge and CCS on our
concert, sponsored in
joined together for a ing on what to do when the resignation of Mike website (http://www.CC-
part by the Cambridge month in the CCS High SIndians.com) to keep
“Joint Training” on what you need to call 911 and Baratto ‘62 as a mem-
Historical Society and School Library from 10 the alumni in touch.
to do in a horse related what to do while you are ber of Board of the CCS
LARAC, will be Sunday, a.m. to noon. We plan, If you are interested
emergency when a hu- waiting for the ambulance Alumni Association.
September 27 at 6 p.m. we talk, we reminisce. in joining the board or in
man is hurt. to arrive. Mike was a member
at the Cambridge Hotel. We work with the Stu-
This training will be Training organizers of the alumni board that
“The Stardusters”, an 18- dent Council to host the what’s involved, please
held at the Cambridge feel that the information
piece band, will perform alumni on Homecoming contact Ken Gottry ‘68,
Saddle Club Grounds, 6 gained at this joint train- School reunion on 23-
a repertoire of orchestra and on Friday night of president (ken@gottry.
Fish Hatchery Road (cor- ing is important both for Jul-2005. In addition, he
music, specializing in big the Reunion Weekend. com or 315.383.5249).
ner of Plains Road and the horsemen/women has been the heart and
band and swing. Come We plan the events for You’re welcome any
Fish Hatchery Road) in and the Squad members, soul of the Orange and
early and enjoy a dinner Black Golf Scramble the Reunion Weekend, time to drop by one of
Cambridge on Saturday, especially with the horse
at the Hotel; then dust off from its inception in send invitations, and col- our meetings just to get
September 26 at 10 a.m. population growing in
your dancing shoes for 2005 through this year’s lect the funds. We plan the feel of things.
Any and all who work this area as well as the
an enjoyable evening of 5th annual tournament. and sell items such as the Don’t worry, we
with horses at home, at a horse-related events be-
dancing or just listening Mike has tirelessly cookbook, ornaments, won’t ask you to try to
stable, at shows, clinics, coming more popular.
to some great music. The participated in alumni hats and T-shirts to raise
program is free; dona- committee activities and money for alumni events. ever could. Thanks, Mike,
tions are welcome. was instrumental in es- We sponsor the local adult for all you’ve done.
Open House at tablishing the CCS Alum-
ni Scholarship which Chowder Cook Off
Jermain UM CAMBRIDGE – Saturday October 10th 1 to 4 p.m. at the
Church awards this past June. Cambridge American Legion Post #634 sponsored by
Mike’s job and coaching The Ladies Auxiliary Unit.
Battenkill Conservancy WHITE CREEK – Please duties have increased to Come helps us choose the winner in different catego-
join us Sunday, Septem-
Recipient of McMurry Donation ber 20th at the Jermain
the point that he no lon- ries, Seafood, Vegetable and Meat (i.e. Seafood, New
ger can contribute to the England, Manhattan, Potato, Corn, Ham etc)
CAMBRIDGE – The 501c(3) of the United United Methodist Church, alumni committee at the If you would like to enter chowder you may pick
Battenkill Conservancy States Internal Revenue Niles Road, White Creek high energy level with up a registration at The American Legion Lounge. The
has been awarded a gen- Code. Washington Coun- for an Open House. Come which he attacks every chowder needs to be in a crock pot and at the Legion by
erous $500 donation by ty residents founded the and see old friends and responsibility (hey, Mike, noon the day of the event. Chowder may be dropped off
McMurry Charities at the Conservancy in 1990, and make some new ones dur- I thought you were going day before and put in the cooler. For more information
request of McMurry staff now it has national and ing our morning of song to slow down when you please call 518-677-8069
members Kurt Higgins, international members and worship led by Pastor
Janetta Roach, Nicole Van and friends. Our goal is to Susan Bowman begin-
Zandt and Kevin Burt. - ning at 8:30 a.m. Activi-
McMurry Charities ery, biodiversity, outdoor ties include a “Mini-Sun-
is the foundation arm of education and multi-use day School” service for
McMurry, a marketing recreation by protecting children, a light brunch,
and media company with and restoring aquatic and music and FUN! For
terrestrial habitats. more information, please
Scottsdale, AZ, and Sara- For information on this contact Susan Bowman at
toga Springs. Founder and future events or to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Preston V. McMurry, Jr. become a member of the
conceived of a company Battenkill Conservancy ***
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on values of charity, P.O. Box 327, Cambridge, yourselves are God’s
compassion, responsibil- NY 12816; 518-677-2545 temple and that God’s
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10 – THE EAGLE NEWSPAPER - SEPTEMBER 24, 2009
Cambridge Valley Apple Festival Promises to be Landscapes for Landsake Art Show
Bushels of Fun for the Whole Family
CAMBRIDGE – More fessional bakers or chefs Cambridge Hotel, Taste- CAMBRIDGE – The sake has grown over the by sponsoring the show.
events have been added please). Pick up a regis- fully Simple and many Agricultural Steward- years to become a won- Major sponsors include:
to our already full day of tration form at many local more. If you are a cham- ship Association (ASA) derful opportunity for The Chazen Companies,
Apples and Oktoberfest. businesses or on-line. To ber member interested in is happy to announce the our community to join The Fort Miller Group,
For the kids (or the kids - a booth please contact the 8th annual Landscapes for together and support Agard and LaPan Land
at heart) Grin Mobile La- tion, please go to www. chamber. Landsake art exhibition farmland conservation,” Surveying PLLC, Owl
ser Tag will be set up in cambridgenychamber. The Bennington Beledi will be held Columbus said ASA’s Executive Di- Pen Books, the Charles
VARAK Park and ready com and click on the Dance troupe will enter- Weekend at Maple Ridge, rector, Teri Ptacek. “It is R. Wood Foundation and
for fun at 11 am. Black Apple festival page. Or tain the crowds with their 172 State Route 372 in through the enthusiasm Whiteman Osterman &
Dog Wines and Liquor contact the Chamber by belly dancing. There will the hamle of Coila. and talent of the artists Hanna LLP.
will have a spirited taste phone 677-0887. IS PIE also be local musicians Join your neighbors and participating in this year’s Additional Sponsors
testing from12 noon -3 TASTING MORE YOUR playing throughout the fellow community mem- show that Landscapes for are: John Stokowski &
p.m. at their shop at 63 SPEED? You can be an day. bers for one of autumn’s Landsake continues to be Sons, Inc., Betterbee,
West Main Street, featur- OKTOBERFEST con- social highlights. The such a great success.” Inc., Stewart’s Shops,
ing Slyboro Ciderhouse of the pie bake-off entries. tinues in the evening. The Opening Reception will This year the show in- Premier Dairy Service
(Hicks Orchard) Cider, Public tasting is open Cambridge Hotel is spon- be held Saturday, Octo- cludes work from: Cor- LLC, Margaret P. Jones
Laird’s Applejack blend, from 11-2, with the semi- soring the Albany based ber 10th from 3 to 6 pm. rina Aldrich, Constance and Cailie A. Currin,
and Sour Apple Pucker. band Sirsy along with Admission is $5, children Alexander, Paul Baker- Saratoga Living, Dickin-
PIE CONTEST 2 pm. The winner will be supplying festive food and students are free. The Porazinski, John Begin, son & Company CPAs,
Enter your favorite pie chosen by the profession- and drink as the party gallery will be open Sun- Micahel Burke, Valerie Schutze Family Den-
recipe to be judged by al judges at 6 pm. continues until 11 p.m.! day and Monday, Octo- Craig, George Dirolf, tistry, First Pioneer Farm
the public and our panel A FULL PIE, A LITTLE Organized by the Cam- ber 11th and 12th from 12 Kathryn Edwards, Stu Credit, Helping Hands
of “professional” judges. ICE CREAM AND…. bridge Valley Chamber of to 4 p.m. or the following Eichel, Dominick Guida, Physical Therapy, LLC,
Win bragging rights to GO! The Cambridge Ho- Commerce with thanks to week by appointment. Clarence King, Karen Cambridge Auto Parts,
the best apple pie in town tel, K Ward Realty and sponsors, The Cambridge Since its founding in Koziol, Dona Ann Mc- Inc., Main Street Pediat-
and get your name placed Stewart’s Ice Cream are Hotel, K Ward Realty, 1990, ASA has worked Adams, Leah McClos- rics, PC, Booth’s Blend
on the menu of the Cam- sponsoring a pie-eating Perry’s Orchard, Stewart’s with local farmers and key, Virginia McNeice, Compost, Glens Falls
bridge Hotel and your contest scheduled for 4 Shops, Stannard Farms, community members to Susan Harding Merancy, National Bank, Caffry &
recipe used by the Hotel p.m. during the festival. Cambridge Historical So- conserve working farm Bob Moylan, Harry Or- Flower, Attorneys at Law,
for 3 months, as the fa- ciety, The Garden Shop and forest lands. To date, lyk, Leslie Parke, Leslie Surya Polo Club, Black
mous Pie ala Mode. This and more. For more infor- the organization has pro- Peck, Barbara J. Suss- Dog Wines & Spirits,
contest is open to all ama- wins! mation go to www.cam- tected 9, 896 acres in man, Brian Sweetland, Ackley and Ross Funeral
teur bakers, budding chefs The Cambridge Apple bridgenychamber.com or Washington and Rensse- Mark Tougias, George Home, Concra Appraisal
& chef wannabes,(no pro- Festival and Oktober- call 518-677-0887. laer counties. Landscapes Van Hook, Laura Von Assoc., Cambridge Val-
fest is a celebration of for Landsake is a major Rosk, Lawrence White ley Gym, Inc, Capital
autumn. In addition to *** fundraising opportunity and Regina Wickham. Tractor, Throop Integrity
the apple pies, there will Greater love has no ASA would like to Builders LLC, Battenkill
be children’s activities, one than this, that he of the proceeds from art thank all the businesses Veterinary, PC, Walker’s
prizes for pumpkin paint- lay down his life for his who have demonstrated Farm, Home and Tack,
ing and apple eating, plus conservation efforts. their commitment to Battenkill Riversports,
*** “Landscapes for Land- protecting our farmland Wiley Brothers.
crafts and vendor booths.
Look for booths by our
Chamber members like In Their Own Words
Bove Fuels, Eagle Bridge
Smoked Meats, Cam-
CCS Elementary Student Writings
bridge Historical Society, The following research paper was written by one of Mrs. Zoufaly’s sixth grade
students for the 2008-2009 school year as preparation for the ELA.
For the While studying art, Van he seemed quiet and con- bed. His brother Theo
Gogh studied with a few tent. After all the jobs he came too late to hear Vin-
Good of All well-known artists: Cor- had, he never once really cent’s last words, “For the
By Carolina Curvo man, Pissaro, Monet and succeeded. His brother good of all.”
Vincent Van Gogh was Gauguin. Van Gogh was Theo encouraged him to Soon after, Theo died
a Dutch painter in the mid very determined. Vincent be an artist. too. Long after Van
1800’s. He never sold loved to express his cre- Vincent studied Gogh’s death, his paint-
any of his paintings dur- ativeness and opinions art and painted in Arles, ings became famous
ing his lifetime, but he about his own and other France. He was having worldwide. Some have
painted to keep quiet and peoples’ art. He learned bouts of mental illness been auctioned for eight
calm. He never began be- about expressionism and and having illusions. Af- million dollars! In 1986
ing an artist until the age impressionism in Arles, ter a talk with Gauguin, Vincent Van Gogh was
of twenty-one. Before France. He painted with he became upset over a nominated the best artist
that, he worked at many short, colorful strokes and disagreement of how to of all time. Now we can
different things. First, he - take care of his mental see lots of his paintings
worked as an art dealer ors. Later, Vincent used illnesses. He threatened in museums. Vincent Van
for the Hague gallery at lighter more uplifting col- Gauguin with a razor, but Gogh was a troubled man,
the age of sixteen. He ors in his paintings. He instead, cut off his left but a great artist.
then worked for evangeli- loved to paint, sketch and ear. Throughout the 2009-
zation of the poor just as draw his different feel- Van Gogh stayed at the 2010 school year po-
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nage. During the long Vincent Van Gogh July morning in 1890, School elementary stu-
INSULATED AND HEATED while with the miners, he lived with his parents in knowing he would never dents will appear in the
felt a longing to do some- a small home in Groot- succeed or accomplish column, In Their Own
430 Route 22 Bill Cone
thing new. He became an Zunder, the Netherlands. anything, Vincent shot Words. This is part of the
Eagle Bridge, NY 12057 (518) 677-3321
artist. No one knew what He was raised in a reli- himself in the chest. The Enrichment Program at
Special: We can store it for you! the outcome would be. gious family. As a child maid found him on his CCS.
SEPTEMBER 24, 2009 - THE EAGLE NEWSPAPER – 11
School Board Talks Technology at Meeting Making Strides Fundraiser
CAMBRIDGE – TCT Federal Credit Union on Gilbert
By Ashleigh Farrell discussion topic was the are higher performing. Greenhall, who recently
Street will be selling 300 carnations next week to help
CAMBRIDGE – movement towards each This discussion will lost his battle with cancer,
raise money for the annual Washington County Making
Discussion about the student having a personal also continue in was approved. District
Strides Against Breast Cancer being held in Salem on
need for technological laptop that has been coming months, as new Clerk Peg McGreevy
Sunday, October 4.
improvements continued seen in a number of area Elementary Principal read a short statement
The carnations were donated by Garden Shop in
at Tuesday night’s schools. Colleen Lester has been about Greenhall calling
meeting of the Cambridge Board member challenged with the task him a man of honesty and
School Board. Howard Romack of surveying teachers to great caring who achieved
Before the business strongly cautioned many things during his
demonstration of the
“smart board” in 6th
a against jumping into the
technological world too
quickly, mentioning his
activities they are doing in
their classrooms, as well
as looking at programs in
time with the district.
McGreevy stated that one
of Greenhall’s requests
grade teacher Jennifer
fears that taking away the
more “hands on” aspects
other schools. The Gifted
and Talented program
was that a scholarship be
set up to recognize the
News? LAUGH & LEARN DAYCARE
Pre-K Curriculum mixed with FUN!
was given. The board of learning to focus on was cut from this year’s achievements of a high Send it to: Very Affordable Rates
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Visions, who had been is obsolete. Romack in honor of former in next week’s edition of
touring the classroom as also held concerns that Superintendent Frank The Eagle
well. spending so much time
Their discussion focusing on technological
focused on what supplements in
technology would be most classrooms, takes away
useful as part of the Excel the need for a teacher to
2 Project. This project be engaging, taking the
will aim to increase the “teaching out of teaching”
capabilities of internet as he put it.
networks inside the school The board also
encourage the use of discussed the need for
technology in classrooms building an infrastructure
and prepare the school for
within the building that is
capable of handling what
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Members of the board the school already has, as
asked Radlick a number well as its immediate needs
of questions ranging and future aspirations.
from what the time frame The board will continue
will be for having to do to discuss the topics at
another upgrade after this coming meetings.
one, to the possibilities In Other News
of an interactive network The board discussed
that would allow parents the gifted and talented
to communicate directly program, as well as
with teachers and have enrichment courses and
syllabi and assignments differentiated learning
posted online. as ways to reach out
Another brief to those children that
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and Girl Scout Troops 3467 and 3163 ask that you mark
your calendar for the 3rd Annual Shopping Extravagan-
za, a Home Party Consultant event. This year the multi-
ple consultant “home” party will take place in the Cam-
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7th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.. There will be many vendors
and refreshments. Come start your holiday shopping at Your Local Bank
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12 – THE EAGLE NEWSPAPER - SEPTEMBER 24, 2009
HFCS PTA Kicks
Board of Education Approves Chorus Trip to Florida
Off 2009-2010 Year By John Berj Nevins in their bill. The Town •Approved the appoint- from September 8, 2009
HOOSICK FALLS – The to be determined in June. HOOSICK FALLS of Pittstown equalization ment of Jennifer Birns, through October 1, 2009
Hoosick Falls Central – Thursday night before rate went down by 3.79% as per military orders.
School Parent Teacher As- are excited about what the High School Open while it went up .47% in of Special Education, to • Approved the tem-
sociation (PTA), a group PTA members can do for House the Hoosick Falls the Town of Hoosick ac- a three-year probationary porary appointment of
of involved, caring, and the school and the children Board of Education cording to Facin. appointment. Tracy Holovach as school
committed moms, dads, in our school district, and quickly worked through In other business the • Approved the appoint- bus driver for 5 hours per
grandmas, grandpas, want to remind people that its agenda. Starting with board: ment of Sarah Stevens, a day, effective September
teachers, administrators, although attending meet- a presentation by the • Accepted the resigna- 8, 2009, due to the mili-
and alumni, is underway chorus teacher, Ambigay tion of Kristin Lang, El- Social Studies, as a long- tary leave of absence.
with the new school year. involvement away from Yudkoff, on a proposed ementary Teacher, effec- term substitute teacher. • Approved the appoint-
PTA has been active all the meetings is most im- trip to Florida. The Board tive August 24. 2009. • Approved the appoint- ment of Carol Spinelli
summer preparing for the portant! Members that listened to a PowerPoint • Accepted the resigna- ment of Sarah Steller, a and Molly LaBonte as
year, and they’re helping aren’t able to join the presentation outlining the tion of Barbara Paddock, Substitute Food Service
to ease students and teach- meetings help in other trip. According to Yud- Cafeteria Worker, effec- Elementary Education, to Helpers, effective Sep-
ers back to school at the ways too. They volunteer koff, this will be a “posi- tive August 28, 2009. a three-year probationary tember 1, 2009, on an
open houses and other ac- their time at events, donate tive, meaningful festival • Established a one year appointment. emergency conditional
tivities. gifts and supplies, and are experience for talented Reading Teacher position • Approved the appoint- status, upon completion
The PTA will continue middle and high school effective September 28, ment of Marjory Ridler,
to make a difference in with their $5 membership performers.” This is a 2009 to be funded by the background check.
2009-2010 by giving $100 dues. nationally adjudicated American Recovery Act. of Art, as a long-term • Approved changes to
to each grade level for extra competition in which the • Established a Special substitute teacher, effec- the assignments of a num-
supplies; by hosting sever- leading with lots of enthu- students will not only be Education teacher posi- tive September 3, 2009 ber of staff members as
al family-oriented events, siasm this year is: presi- judged, but will also re- tion effective September through on or about Oc- well as the appointment
Fall Festival, Family Fun dent Margaret Stevens; ceive feedback on their 1, 2009. tober 9, 2009. to positions by staff mem-
Bingo, appreciation days, vice president Sharon performance. Superinten- • Approved the purchase • Approved the appoint- bers, and appointments as
the monthly food coop, Sigot; Treasurer Amy Sut- dent Facin said that under of new gym wall matting ment of Erin Bettis as a volunteers.
and a holiday gift shop; by ton; Secretary Linda Bird; the leadership of Yudkoff, and portable seating risers Substitute Teacher Aide, The PTO announced
volunteering time and of- and teacher representa- “our chorus has become in the amounts of $11,300 on an emergency condi-
fering funding for count- tives Gina Harrison (Ju- outstanding” and that he and $30,750 respectively. tional status upon com- of the year will be held
less programs and events; nior/Senior High School) fully supported this trip. • Approved the appoint- Tuesday October 6th at
and much more. and Sarah Fleming (El- Later in the meeting the ment of Eva Allegretti, test and a background 6:30 p.m.
PTA holds business ementary School). board unanimously ap- check. The next Board of Edu-
meetings seven times a If you’d like to become proved the trip request. of Special Education, to • Approved the Mili- cation meeting will be
year. Meetings this year a member or to learn more During the Public a one-year leave replace- tary Leave of Absence held October 15 at 7 p.m.
will be held in the HFCS about PTA and its pro- Comment Session the ment. for Darron Schnoop in the high school library.
Elementary School Li- grams, please attend the board was asked to ex-
brary from 6:30-8:00pm plain a school tax bill Changes to Equalization Rate and
on October 6, November 6 or contact membership that a resident brought to
the meeting. Mr. Facin STAR Program Effects Tax Payers
3, January 5, March 2, chair Heather St. Hilaire at
distributed a Press Re- HOOSICK FALLS – The pending upon the propor- eliminated the Middle
May 4, and a future date 518-686-7649.
lease explaining how the Hoosick Falls School tion due from each town- Class STAR Rebate Pro-
*** recent State budget af- District developed their ship based upon the true gram. This is the rebate
Above all, love each other deeply, because love covers fects a portion of the bill 2009-2010 school budget value of each town. check that NYS Taxa-
over a multitude of sins. -1 Peter 4:8
people received. Because with a zero tax levy in- What was not dis- tion and Finance sent
the State lowered the ba- crease. Using the updated closed to the residence or to qualifying taxpayers
sic STAR exemption by Equalization Rates pro- the school was the change in the fall. The STAR
some $1,060 and the En- vided by the State of New in the basic STAR and property tax exemptions
hanced STAR by $1,990 York and the updated As- enhanced STAR exemp- (Basic and Enhanced for
“taxpayers receive less of sessed Values provided by tion for each qualifying Senior Citizens) are still
a tax break than provided the County for each of the residence. During the in place. The basic STAR
in the past.” STATE’S budget process, was reduced by $1,060
The tax levy, the culated the tax rates. The schools were informed of assessed value and the
amount of money the total tax levied upon the that there appears to be Enhanced STAR was re-
school will spend, has not townships is $8,526,995 some confusion regard- duced by $1,990. Leav-
increased this year but for both the 2008-09 and ing the status of the STAR ing taxpayers to receive
because of the equaliza- 2009-2010 school years. program in the proposed less of a tax break than
tion rates, some individu- The rate per $1,000 dif- 2009-10 State budget. provided in the past. Sub-
als may see an increase fers each school year de- The legislature has mitted by HFCS
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Completes Basic Training St. Mary’s Academy’s Blessing of the Animals
Cow Plop is Back HOOSICK FALLS – On Wednesday, September 30 at
6 p.m. at the Hoosick Falls Village Park, First United
HOOSICK FALLS – St. take place that day. Em- Church will sponsor a brief service of blessing of the
Mary’s Academy of Hoo- ceeing our event is Ben animals conducted by our pastor, Rev. Donna Elia. The
sick Falls will hold its Patten, co-host of Magic Girl Scouts will also be present to encourage responsible
Annual Cow Plop Give- 100.9FM Magic in the pet ownership. All people and animals are welcome.
away and Car Show on Morning Show. There is
Sunday, October 4th at something for the whole
the Town of Hoosick
Athletic Field. If the cow
family including rides
by Amyland Amuse- Hoosick Falls
“plops” in your square,
you win $1,000! Come at
10 a.m. and check out our
ments, food, games, and
a kids’ activity area. The
fun kicks off at 12 p.m..
Richmond Ave Hoosick Falls NY
car show sponsored by Cow plop deeds cost are
DePaula Chevrolet-Hum- on sale now! Vendors are 518-686-1967 ~ Golf Shop 686-4210 ~ Clubhouse
mer, WCW, and Tinkham welcome. Call today to $25 for 18 holes with the Cart Monday-Friday, 10-3
Real Estate. Trophies will reserve your 10’ space. $140 for 4 people with Cart on the weekends
be awarded to favorite For more information Call for Course Availability
cars, trucks, and bikes about this event or to pur-
with one taking home chase a deed please call
best of show! Registra- St. Mary’s at 686-4314
tion for the car show will ext. 202.
SAN ANTONIO, TX – Air Force Airman Shawn F. ***
Yager graduated from basic military training at Lack-
land Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. Got Rise up; this matter is in
your hands. We will sup-
The airman completed an intensive, eight-week pro-
gram that included training in military discipline and
News? port you, so take cour-
age and do it.”
sic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete Send it to:
basic training earn four credits toward an associate in
applied science degree through the Community College Fax: 518-677-8323
of the Air Force. He is the son of Frederick Yager Jr. of A community weekend of family-friendly
Mail: PO Box 493,
Yager Road, Hoosick Falls, N.Y. Yager is a 2007 gradu- Cambridge, NY 12816 events in the Village of Hoosick Falls, NY
ate of Hoosick Falls Central School. Schedule of Events
Event listings subject to change without notice.
Visit information booths in Wood Park and at the
Welcome to Rev. Dr. Thomas Azar Town Athletic Fields for latest information.
Friday, September 25
HOOSICK FALLS – The 7 p.m. HFCS vs. Stillwater Football Game at
Hoosick Falls Central School
First Baptist Church of Punkin’ Chunkin’ Saturday, September 26
9 am Pumpkinpalooza 5K Road Race – start and
Hoosick Falls is pleased to A thrilling exposition of non-motorized machines
finish in Wood Park. Sponsored by WCW, Inc.
that fire pumpkins and score points for distance and
announce that the Rev. Dr. accuracy. Free to watch. $250 prize for winning 9-4 pm Wagon Rides between Wood Memorial Park
team. & Athletic Fields. Sponsored by Falls Diner
Thomas Azar has arrived as 9-4 pm Activities in Wood Memorial Park
their interim pastor. At the Professional and amateur cooks will bring out their Main Street next to Village Municipal Building
favorite chili recipes for visitors to taste. $5 buys Craft and Food Vendors ~ Farmer’s Market
young age of eleven, Dr. you a sample of all the chilis and a vote for Games for Children ~ Facepainting ~ Temporary Tattoos
Azar felt the call from God people’s choice award. Winners announced at 4 Nail Designs by Renee Trombley~ Caricatures
p.m. Community Photo Project ~ Hop-Scotch Around Wood Park
to be a missionary. He be- Road Race & Fun Run 10 am Kids Fun Run – Wood Park to Athletic Fields
Adult competitive 5K race through beautiful Sponsored by Nature’s Closet
gan by attending religious Hoosick area and a fun run for kids! STILL TIME 10:30 am Punkin’ Chunkin’ Competition Begins at
schools, youth retreats, TO REGISTER. Visit www.hoosickyouth.org. Town Athletic Fields. Sponsored by Glens Falls
Contests & Kids Activities Hospital and Mahar Funeral Home
and by working regularly Can you grow a giant pumpkin? How about a tiny 10-4 pm Music and Dancing in Wood Park Gazebo
at church as a volunteer. pumpkin? Win a pie, get your face painted, have 11 am Pumpkin Pie Eating Contest, Wood Park
your nails done, play hopscotch around Wood Park!
He later worked in an in- Kids Muster & Bike Rodeo
11:30 am Sack Races at Wood Park (also 1:30 & 3:30)
12-4 pm Laser Tag presented by Grin Mobile at Town
ner city church in Atlanta, Everyone is welcome to join in these fun obstacle Athletic Fields
courses. Come learn about safety while having fun.
where he was ordained tions all over the world, and people in a growthful, 12-4 pm Bouncy Bounce at Town Athletic Fields
Music & Dancing 12 pm Hoosick Youth Recognition Ceremony at
in 1979. He worked in Dr. Azar says, “the world honorable, and engaging Enjoy a variety of music and dancing groups in Wood Park Gazebo
soup kitchens, with youth was my parish!” Of inter- way.” Wood Park every hour throughout the day. 12-4 pm Chili Cook-off at Town Athletic Fields.
Harvest Moon under the Stars Sponsored by Stewart’s Ice Cream Company,
groups, and was a hospital im ministry he says, it is “a First Baptist is located at Join us for an elegant celebration of the area’s rich Hoosick Federal Credit Union and Ken Facin.
and police chaplain. He continued opportunity in 80 Main Street in Hoosick and bountiful harvest. Event benefits MentorWorks 1 pm Pumpkin Roll in Wood Park (also 2 & 3)
and the Hoosick Falls Health Center. Venue has 1 pm Kids Muster Activities at Town Fields
served as a United States the next best season of my Falls where the Sunday moved to the Youth & Community Center in Sponsored by TJ Memorials
Hoosick Falls. 2 pm Bicycle Safety Rodeo at Town Fields
Air Force Chaplain for life to serve and be used Worship Service is at 10:15 Wagon Rides - Laser Tag - Fresh Pies 4 pm Announcement of Contest Winners
by God to build up His a.m. and Sunday School Craft, Merchandise and Food Vendors 6-11 pm Harvest Moon Under the Stars Dinner at the
dream to become a foreign family while in transition; for all ages begins at 9:00 Bike Rodeo - Community Photo Project Hoosick Youth and Community Center
Benefits the Hoosick Falls Health Center and
missionary. After deploy- to give back the blessing a.m. Come and join them Call 518-686-9050 for latest information MentorWorks. Sponsored by Stewart’s Ice
Or visit www.hoosickyouth.org Cream Co. and Thorpe’s Pharmacy.
ing to and serving at nu- I have been afforded and in welcoming Rev. Azar to Events listed are of September 22, 2009
merous military installa- to meet new opportunities Hoosick Falls. A Pride and Tradition Initiative organized by the Hoosick Area Partnership for Parents and Youth
AUTO HOME COMMERCIAL LIFE
Call Bob Melesky
3909 NY 67, Eagle Bridge, NY 12057
14 – THE EAGLE NEWSPAPER - SEPTEMBER 24, 2009
Civil War Presentation in Honor of Bicentennial
GREENWICH – As part NorthStar Historical So- 2009 at the United Church by performing and telling recognized by the U.S. look forward to you join-
of its bicentennial cel- ciety, will present a pro- at 1:00 pm. the story of Lincoln’s as- Department of the Inte- ing us, as we reprise the
ebrations, the Village of gram of Civil War era mu- The Antebellum and sociation with the music rior, Gettysburg National songs that were sung and
Greenwich, along with sic performed by the 77th Civil War era has left a of the period. The program Military Park for their heard by our ancestors
the Washington County Regimental Balladeers on heritage of music that re- will showcase the music outstanding portrayal of over 147 years ago.
Historical Society and the Saturday, September 26th, that the “Railsplitter from the music of mid-19th The concert will coin-
most vivid way. On Sat- Illinois”, heard, the occa- century America. The cide with the Greenwich
urday, September 26 at 1 sions when it was played members of the group Harvest Festival, which
pm at the United Church and sung, the background include John and Sharon is being presented by the
the highly acclaimed 77th - Quinn, Bill and Barbara Downtown Merchants
New York Regimental plain how the music was Lonecke, Jim Broden, Association.
Balladeers will present inspired and how it in Gisella Montanez-Case, This event is made pos-
“Abraham Lincoln in Mu- turn inspired the soldiers, Frank Swarthout, Joyce sible, in part, with public
sic: His Truth is Marching folks at the homefront Cockerham and Jennifer funds from the New York
On.” The concert program and Lincoln himself. The Brylinski. The entire fam- State Council on the Arts
518-692-7774 will celebrate our 16th 77th New York Regimen- ily is invited to raise up Decentralization Program,
President’s 200th birthday tal Balladeers have been their voices on some of administered locally by
the songs that will be fea- the Lower Adirondack
tured at the concert. We Regional Arts Council.
September 26th, 10 am - 4 pm
COME ENJOY THE SIGHTS
AND SOUNDS OF THE SEASON
in DOWNTOWN GREENWICH
Free Horse & Wagon Rides
1:00 pm – Performance by the 77th Regimental
Balladeers at the United Church on Salem St.
Free LIVE entertainment at a variety of locations – TBA
Farmer’s Market on Main Street
Stop by Shops sponsoring special events and promotions
Union Village Ltd. Area organizations informational exhibits
Children’s activities, bouncy bounce house petting zoo
for fluffy, luscious baked Sheldon Farm potatoes
Eateries offering seasonal foods and beverages
with Argyle Cheese Farmer toppings.
Greater Greenwich Chamber Information Booth
All Local, All Yummy! HOME FARM MOBILE HOME
And more to come…
Spuds and Cheeses also available for purchase.
Sponsored by the:
79 Main Street, Greenwich NY 518.692.2034
Greater Greenwich Chamber of Commerce, Inc. 33-35 Main St. Phone (518) 692-2881
Greenwich, NY 12834 Fax (518) 692-9500
SEPTEMBER 24, 2009 - THE EAGLE NEWSPAPER – 15
Southern Adirondack Fiber Festival This Weekend
ning wheels, drop spin- Fiber animals including a
annual Southern Adiron- dles, knitting needles, variety of sheep breeds,
dack Fiber Festival will soaps, baskets, and bags. alpaca, llama, cashmere
be held at the Washing- A special effort has been goats and angora rabbits
ton County Fairgrounds made to attract the roving
on September 26 and 27. and yarns of artisan hand owners.
More than 90 regional dyers in a wide range of Musical entertainment,
beautiful and unique col- Puddles the Clown, Sto-
York and New England orways. Green Mountain rytelling for the kids and
will be participating. Fes- Spinnery representatives an assortment of Festival
tival Hours are 10 a.m. to will be on hand to sign foods will round out the
4 p.m. on both Saturday pre-release copies of their day.
and Sunday. latest book: 99 Yarns and The Washington Coun-
The festival has been in Counting. Samples of ty Fairgrounds are located
- book projects will be on on Route 29 in Greenwich,
mately two years. Wash- display as well. New York.
ington County Fair and lo- Supplementing the of- Vendors will be located
cal artisans determined a ferings of the farm based indoors so weather should
not deter people from en-
the Southern Adirondack booths from several local joying the festival.
region that would feature yarn stores including Nee- Admission is $5 for
dleworks of Greenwich Adults, children under 14
artisans. Vendors have and Saratoga Needle Arts. are free. There is lots of
been invited to participate These shops will pro- free parking.
based on the quality of vide patterns, books, and For the safety of the
tools in addition to some animals, vendors, and fes-
products. Every aspect of tival participants, we ask
Demonstrations include that you leave your pets at
sheep shearing, weaving, home.
goods. In addition, there felting, spinning, Kool-Aid $1.00 off coupons
will be handcrafted spin- dyeing, and Rug Hooking. are available at Saratoga
Needle Arts in Saratoga,
Trumpit Hill in Colonie,
Boe-Knits in Cohoes,
Needleworks in Green-
wich, The Washington
tion including a complete
vendor list and directions
to the Fairgrounds is at
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16 – THE EAGLE NEWSPAPER - SEPTEMBER 24, 2009
Hoosick Town Board Meeting Report Maps in Motion
By John Berj Nevins presentation on the local will purchase the needed
HOOSICK – The Town railroads that used to tra- supplies. The band mem-
of Hoosick meeting on verse the Town. Accord- bers will do all work.
Monday night was dis- ing to Leonard, it was the In new business the
pensed with quickly. The railroads that were the be- board heard that Del-
longest item of business ginning of the growth of aney’s Hotel has been pur-
involved a presentation Hoosick Falls. chased and the new owner
by Joel Moseley on his Supervisor Douglas re- is planning to open a Bed
recent trip to Uganda. He ported on the success of and Breakfast. The Mobil
reported that he “had a the Taste of Hoosick held station is being purchased
good time.” And the do- Sunday evening at the and the proposed new
nations collected went to Country Club. Over 200 owner contacted the town
help people there. Enough people attended, and the to discuss his plans. It is
items had been colleted preliminary report shows expected to be reopened
that they were carried in a over $8,000 made. She as a Sunoco station with-
thanked all who partici- in two months. The board
the board for permission pated including the res- approved a request from
to put out a box in which taurants, Country Club, HAPPY to modify its pre-
to collect items. He also musicians, sponsors, vious request to use the
Photo by Amanda Patten
had a poster he created guests, and everyone who Skating Rink. HAPPY
HOOSICK FALLS – Last week in Miss Patten’s 2nd grade class the students work
thanking the community was involved. has obtained a permit to
for its support that will be The Board approved serve beer and wine at the
to move their desks around the room. Students had to read the smaller map grid with
posted in the Town Hall. the recommendation Harvest Dinner and the
While there he helped dig from Douglas to give to board is requiring proper
a foundation, pour con- the Hoosick Falls Com- insurance during the term
crete, and build walls for munity Band, $1,295, of the event.
the residence building as
part of his mission trip.
for supplies to repair the The next regularly
scheduled meeting will
Greater love has no one
than this, that he lay down
New Books at the
Town Historian Phil
Leonard followed with a
placed and these funds
be Tuesday, October 13 at
his life for his friends.
Boyne, John - The Boy in the Stripped Pajamas, Pow-
Hoosick Falls HFCS PTA Fall Festival 2009 is ell, Julie - Julie and Julia: My Year of Cooking Danger-
Extra Helpings Just Around the Corner! Adult Fiction
Extra Helpings Menu: $21.00 HOOSICK FALLS – It’s homemade products, and Clark, Mary Jane - Dying For Mercy, Dunant, Sarah
1.5 lbs. Bacon Wrapped Pork Medallions that time of year when the fabulous door prizes and - Sacred Hearts, Fraser, Gail R. - Promise Of Lumby,
2 lb. Bag Chicken Tenders HFCS PTA gears up for
Haigh, Jennifer - Condition, Jance, Judith A. - Fire
1 lb. pkg. Canadian Bacon their annual Fall Festival, the PTA will be hosting a
and Ice, Kellerman, Faye - Blindman’s Bluff, Kleypas,
2 lbs. Pre-Seasoned Meatloaf Mix now in its ninth year. The Haunted Hall, as well as
Lisa - Blue-Eyed Devil, Kleypas, Lisa -
3 lb. Bag Apples hustle-bustle is under- the return of the popular
way and the excitement AnimalLand and more! Christmas, Larsson, Stieg - Girl Who Played With Fire,
20 oz. Peeled Butternut Squash Lindsay, Jeffry P. - Dexter by Design, Patterson, Richard
mounting for the young Mark your calendars
Special #l: $13.00 North - Spire, Radish, Kris -
and young-at-heart as
6 lbs. Italian Sweet Sausage Links FALL FESTIVAL 2009 To Women, Reichs, Kathy - 206 Bones, Rice, Luanne -
family event and keep
(2/3 lb. boxes) is just around the corner. your eyes peeled for Deep Blue Sea for Beginners, Russo, Richard - That Old
Special # 2: $15.50 This year’s event will be more details to come in Cape Magic, Silva, Daniel - Defector, Young, William P.
18 oz. Stuffed Shells held on Saturday, October October. For informa- - The Shack.
12 oz Sun Dried Tomato Stuffed Rigatoni 17, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. tion or to get involved, Junior Non-Fiction
12 oz Spinach Stuffed Rigatoni at HFCS. please contact Laurie Friend, Natasha - Perfect, Lauck, Jennifer - Blackbird:
13 oz. Large Round Ravioli Fall Festival has fun ac- Gormley, chair (518-686- A Childhood Lost And Found, Perl, Lila - Four Perfect
16 oz. Tri Color Tortellini tivities and games for kids 9138, firstname.lastname@example.org). Pebbles, Senior, Kathryn - You Wouldn’t Want To Be
18 oz. Manicotti including an old-fash- For vendor information, Sick In the 16th Century, Soto, Gary - Fearless Fernie:
13 oz Pierogie with Potato, Swiss and Jack Cheese ioned cake walk, many please contact Margaret Hanging Out With Fernie and Me, Van Draanen, Wen-
2 qts. Casa Visco Spaghetti Sauce vendors selling their Stevens (518-686-1648, delin - Flipped
Meat Box: $32.00 wares including crafts and email@example.com). Junior Fiction
2 lbs. Pork Roast Netted Alexander, Katie - Bad Girls Don’t Die, Clements, An-
3 lbs. Stew Beef (3/1 lb. pkgs.) drew - Week in the Woods, Colfer, Eoin -
3 lbs. Ground Beef- 90/10 (3/1 lb. pkgs.) Hoosick Falls Seniors Trip Flake, Sharon - Skin I’m In, Fleischman, Paul - Whirli-
2 lbs. Breakfast Sausage Links HOOSICK FALLS – The Hoosick Falls Senior Trip gig, Gantos, Jack - Giff,
3 lbs. Chicken Tenders (2/1.5 lbs) on November 12 will be to Cornerstone Productions to Patricia Reilly - Pictures of Hollis Woods, Hahn, Mary
To place an order, call Donna Howes (686-9560) or see . The day includes the Downing - Closed For the Season, Lowry, Lois - Goony
mail to 10 Second Street, Hoosick Falls, NY 12090. Or- show, a half-day at Mohegan Sun, all-you-can-eat buffet, Bird Is So Absurb, Luper, Eric - Bug Boy, Serling, Rod
ders may be picked up at the First United Presbyterian a $15 surprise betting bonus and a box lunch to take for - Monsters Are Due On Maple Street, Spinelli, Jerry -
Church in Hoosick Falls on October 29 between 1:30 the ride home. The bus leaves from the Hoosick Falls Crash, Wyatt, Melissa -
and 2:30 p.m. All orders must be placed by Wednesday, Grand Union at 7 a.m. Call the Center for reservations,
October 7. 686-7561.
Sixth Annual Golf Tournament
HOOSICK – The Town of Hoosick Republican Party
Hoosick Senior Trip Cans for Cancer will host its sixth annual golf tournament on Saturday,
HOOSICK Falls – The Hoosick Senior Center trip this HOOSICK FALLS – Please donate your cans and bot- September 26, at the Hoosick Falls Country Club with
month to Mohegan Sun Casino will be on Monday, tles to a great cause. Terri Burdick, member of the Hoo- an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. The tournament will be a
September 28. The $32 trip includes $15.00 free bets, sier Hopefuls Relay for Life team, is collecting cans and four man scramble format with 18 holes. Lunch will be
full buffet or $15 food credit. The bus will depart from served and several prizes will be awarded. Win a car
the Bennington Station Restaurant lot at 7 a.m. and the her at 686-7851 or firstname.lastname@example.org for with a hole-in-one on number 6.
Hoosick Falls Grand Union Family Market lot at 7:30 pick-up, or bring your cans and bottles to Nickleback There are not many days left to golf before the leaves
a.m. For reservations call the Senior Center at 518-686- Redemption Center on lower Carey Avenue in Hoosick change color and the snow falls. So call Dave McCabe
7561 or Anne or Ken at 518-686-9754. The trip is for Falls and donate to the Hoosier Hopefuls Account. A now at 518-686-4889 to sign up your team and join in
anyone age 21 or over! great way to start a great year! on the fun.
SEPTEMBER 24, 2009 - THE EAGLE NEWSPAPER – 17
Community Event Calendar any questions, call George Kelly at 692-7006 or Marlene
Community Activities Meals McLean at 692-7756.
Senior Dining, Every Monday thru Friday - Did you know
Two-Person Exhibition, September 25 thru October 20 - that seniors can use their Washington County Meal Vouch-
Rural Landowners Workshop, September 26 - When you
Ceramics by Chung-Ah Park and Quilts by Debora Klein. ers for lunch at Christ the King Spiritual Life Center? Yes,
take care of your land, it will take care of you. Are you in-
Opening reception: Saturday, Sept. 26, 4-6 p.m. at the The it’s true! Lunch is served every weekday at 12 noon in the
terested in forest management, selling timber, wildlife con-
Small Gallery at Valley Artisans Market, 25 East Main Trinity Dining Room of the CtK Welcome Center.
servation, land preservation, pond management or the forest
Street, Cambridge. For further information, please call
environment? Then join Cornell Cooperative Extension on
VAM at 518-677-2765. Giffy’s Chicken Bar-B-Q, September 24 – The Commit-
Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Tamarac/Bruns-
tee to Re-Elect Stan Brownell and Lester Goodermote will
wick High School for the “Rural Landowners Workshop.”
Harvest Festival Art Reception, September 25 - Locally- sponsor a Giffy’s Chicken Bar-B-Q on Thursday from 4
Pre-registration required by Sept. 21. For more information
grown products and regional farms will be showcased in to 6 p.m. at the Grand Union Parking lot in Hoosick Falls.
call the Horticulture Program at 272-4210.
classic still-life paintings by Leslie Peck in the exhibition, Tickets can be purchased from any Town of Hoosick Re-
Home Grown, at the Greenwich Free Library, 148 Main publican Committee member or by calling 518-322-8685 or
Pre-Licensing Course, October 1 - The Northeast New York
St., Greenwich, in conjunction with the Harvest Festival 686-7710. There will be limited amount of extra meals, so
Safety and Health Council will sponsor the Pre-licensing
Weekend. The general public and area agricultural produc- order soon. Pick up will begin at 4 p.m.
Course at the Hoosick Falls Health Center, Danforth Street,
ers are invited to the opening reception from 5:30 to 7:30
Hoosick Falls, beginning at 4 p.m. promptly. This program
p.m. All artwork is for sale. The exhibition will continue Dinner, September 24 – A barbeque pork chop dinner will
requires a pre-registration fee payable to NENY Safety and
through October 24. This work is made possible with pub- be served a the Salem United Methodist Church on West
a valid New York State driver’s permit. Successful comple-
lic funds from the NYSCA Decentralization Program with Broadway on Thursday beginning at 5 p.m. Tickets will be
tion of this class, which includes passing a test, provides
supplemental funding from the Rivendell Foundation, ad- available at the door. Please call 854-7588 for more infor-
ministered locally by LARAC. For more information on the mation.
the NYS driver’s test and is valid for one-year. To register,
exhibition, call the Greenwich Library at 518-692-7157 or
http://greenwich.sals.edu. Ham Dinner, September 27 – The Johnsonville Volunteer
quickly please register early.
Rescue Squad located at 4 River Rd. Johnsonville will be
His Way Café, September 25 - Celebrate the start of the holding their 47th Annual Ham Dinner from noon-3 p.m.
Parenting Class, 5 Thursdays beginning October 1 - Of-
café’s 5th season on Friday at 7 p.m. Live music will be pro- Reservations preferred by calling 753-6011.
fered in Hudson Falls from 6 to 8 p.m. Classes will focus on
vided by Jim and Laura Bird. The coffee house is located
enhancing communication skills, achieving effective disci-
in the basement of Highway Tabernacle Church at 90 River Barbeque, October 3 – Semi-annual barbeque will be held
pline with children, building self-esteem in our children as
Rd. in Mechanicville. There will be refreshments and board at Jermain Hall in White Creek starting at 4 p.m. Take-outs
well as addressing everyday parenting issues. Classes are
games. All ages are welcome and everything is free. For will be available. For more information please call 5l8-686-
designed to help parents create stronger, healthier and more
more info call Chris at 518-664-5367. 9307, 686-4633, 5l8-677-302l or 802-442-9559.
positive relationships with their children. Classes will meet
at the Washington County Annex II building at 411 Lower
Adirondack Fiber Festival, September 26 & 27 – The First Turkey Supper, October 3 – Christ Methodist Church in
Main Street, Hudson Falls. Participants are encouraged to
Annual Southern Adirondack Fiber Festival is being held at Johnsonville will hold the annual Turkey Supper. Settings
the Washington County Fair Grounds on Rt. 29 in Green- will be at 5, 6, and 7 p.m. Takeout dinners will also be avail-
wich from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. There will be many Demonstra-
tion’s, over 80 vendors, Live Animals, Entertainment, and call 753-4949 or 753-0449.
MORE, Fun for all!! Vendors will be have everything from
Defensive Driving Class, October 3 – Attention Drivers of
Breakfast, October 11 - The Buskirk Volunteer Fire De-
All Ages: There will be a Six hour defensive driving class
partment Inc. will once again be hosting their monthly
at the Pittstown Methodist Church Hall, Saturday, October
Cashmere Goats and Angora Rabbits. Admission is $5.00
3, 9-3:30. This course saves up to 4 points off your license
for Adults, 14 and under is FREE, and parking is FREE. For Sunday from 7:30 to 11 a.m. Breakfasts will held on the
and 10% off insurance rates for three years. Call Mike, 663-
more information please visit www.washingtoncountyfair. 2nd Sunday of each month October thru May. Come out
com. and support your local volunteers who dedicate their time
to protect you.
Defensive Driving Class, October 5 - There will be a De-
First Hoosick Pumpkinpalooza, September 26 – From 9
a.m.-4 p.m. at Wood Park & Town Athletic Fields, Main Meetings/Courses fensive Driving class on October 5 at the Cambridge Senior
Center from 9 to 4. For reservations call 677-8592 from 10
St., Hoosick Falls. Family-friendly community festival
Grass Biomass Energy Field Day, September 25 – A Field to 2.
celebrating the bountiful harvest of Upstate NY. Events in-
clude: Punkin’ Chunkin’, Chili Cook-off, 5K Road Race, Day to see and learn how switchgrass, big bluestem, and
other grasses are grown and used for bioenergy, will be held Voice Classes, October 22 – You Gotta Hear This! presents
games, activities, laser tag, music, food and more. Orga-
by Cornell Cooperative Extension on Friday, September 25 an upcoming Voice and Musicianship Class for ages 8 and
nized by HAPPY. Visit www.hoosickyouth.org for details
from noon to 2 p.m., at the Greenwich High School agri- above, beginning to intermediate skill level. This will be an
or call 518-686-9050.
intensive 4-week program with classes at 4 p.m. Mondays
There is no cost, but please register to attend by calling and Thursdays, starting Monday, September 21st and end-
Harvest Moon Under the Stars Dinner, September 26 –
CCE Washington County, at 800-548-0881. More informa- ing Thursday, October 22, given at the Hoosick Fall Youth
From 6-11 p.m. at Reynolds-Gilchrest Skating Rink, Barton
Avenue, Hoosick Falls. Festive adults-only dinner dance to tion about this project can be found online at http://nybiofu-
els.info. General information about grass bioenergy can be Marking at 518-424-1089, email: baritonissimo@yahoo.
found online at www.grassbionergy.org. com, or www.yougottahearthis.org.
Menu features elegant fare created from food items avail-
able within 100 miles of venue. Wine pairings with several
courses included. Live and silent auction. Visit www.hoo- Denim Delights Sewing Workshop, Sundays - Come join
sickyouth.org for details or call 518-686.9050. designer Katrina Marie for creative ideas on recycling your
old jeans. Learn to make fun denim creation such as skirts,
bags and accessories or transform a pair of jeans or den-
summer musical concert, sponsored in part by the Cam- im jacket into something new. Bring your jeans or several
bridge Historical Society and LARAC, will be Sunday at pairs, materials, trim and a sewing machine. Each weekend
6 p.m. at the Cambridge Hotel. “The Stardusters”, an 18- it’s a different project. Take one class or all! Cost is $36 for
piece band, will perform a repertoire of orchestra music, a 3 hour workshop. Machine rental is an additional $9 per
specializing in big band and swing. Come early and enjoy a workshop. Workshops take place on Sundays, Sept 20 and
dinner at the Hotel; then dust off your dancing shoes for an 27 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more info call Katrina Marie
enjoyable evening of dancing or just listening to some great at 518-677-3062. Sept 20th - Denim Vests & Jackets, Sept
music. The program is free; donations are welcome. 27th - Denim Bags & Accessories.
Senior Shopping Trip, October 11-12 - Vanity Fair in Read- Annual Fall Smorgasbord, September 26 - At Centenary
ing, American Candle and JC Penny Outlet. Call 518-664- United Methodist Church in Greenwich. It will take place
9649 or 518-686-5981. on Saturday, September 26th in the Fellowship Center at
the church from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Those under 5 years old
are free. Lots of good food for everyone! Come join us! For
18 – THE EAGLE NEWSPAPER - SEPTEMBER 24, 2009
EASTON - GREENWICH
Town of Greenwich Bottskill Baptist News Clothing Walk-In
Greenwich Emergency Relief Committee is holding
Republican Candidates GREENWICH – Bottskill Baptist Church invites you to
their monthly clothing walk-in on Thursday, September
join our congregation this Sunday at 9:15 a.m. to wor-
GREENWICH – At their recent meeting the Greenwich 24 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. and Friday, September 25 from 9
Town Republican Committee unanimously endorsed the
The sermon this week is part of a series “Paul, One
Slate of Don Wilbur for Supervisor, Steve Patrick and Academy Street. There are many warm coasts and jack-
Person Can Change Everything”. Pastor Sandra Spauld-
Eric Whitehouse, Town Council, Elaine Kelly for Town ets for the coming winter months. There are also pants,
ing’s message; “Like a Thunderbolt” is taken from Acts
Clerk, and Stanley Mattison for Highway Superinten- shirts, sweaters, shoes and boots for babies, children,
dent for the November 3, 2009 general election. teens, women and men.
Sunday school classes are held during worship ser-
Gary Smith, Town Chairman, noted “We are very There are also household items, dishes, sheets, tow-
vices. A coffee hour is held at 10:15 a.m. in our fellow-
pleased with the job Supervisor Wilbur and Council- els, mugs and appliances. The walk-in is hosted by the
men Patrick and Whitehouse have done in controlling Greenwich Churches.
The American Baptist Women Fall Retreat 2009 is to
taxes, and preparing Greenwich for the future, and look
be held Thursday, September 24th- Saturday, September
forward to having Stanley Mattison continue his many
26th at the Christ the King Spiritual Life Center. Contact Homecoming Week at GCS
years of service to the Town as the new Highway Su-
Florence Perry (692-7084) for details
perintendent. As always, the work of our Town Clerk, GREENWICH – Green- BBQ will be doing a full
Bottskill is located at 26 Church Street. Off-street
Elaine Kelly is much appreciated.” wich Central School will chicken dinner. Dinner
parking is available.
celebrate Homecoming includes a half of chicken,
Greenwich Jr/Sr High School Weekend beginning on baked potato, cole slaw,
Wednesday, Sept. 30th, dinner roll, cookies and
Announces 2009 Open House Nessle-Perkins and continuing through a beverage. This dinner is
GREENWICH – Parents and community members Saturday, October 3rd. sponsored by the Student
are invited to attend the Greenwich Junior-Senior Wedding Announcement Several fun events are Council. It will take place
High School Open House to be held on Thursday, planned and members of out in front of the high
September 24th from 7-9 p.m. The agenda will in- the community are invit- school, on the front lawn.
clude a short introduction by the administration in the ed to participate. It is take out or eat in the
auditorium followed by a “mini school day” where On Wednesday, Octo- cafeteria. Tickets are $11
parents will follow their child’s schedule. Teachers ber 15th at 6:00 p.m. there per person and all pro-
will give short overviews of their courses and take will be a Tug of War con- ceeds goes toward Opera-
questions in their classrooms. Parents who wish to test between the fresh- tion Rudolph, which goes
men and the sophomores. toward buying Christmas
be able to make an appointment with their child’s At 6:30 p.m. there will be presents for our needy
teachers to meet at a later date. Refreshments will the Powder Puff Football children. Dinner bas-
be available in the cafeteria throughout the evening. game between the junior kets are also provided to
Please join us for this important educational event. and senior girls. The stu- the families. Tickets are
dents really love this available by calling 692-
and it is so much fun to 9542 ext. 8318 or ext.
Blessing and Healing of Animals watch!! 4219.
GREENWICH – In honor istry of the Episcopal On Thursday, October On Saturday, October
of St. Francis Day a 30- Diocese of Albany where 1st, there will be athletic 3rd the PTSA Fall Festival
minute Blessing and Heal- people come to pray, grow events to watch including will be held from 11 a.m.
ing of Animals service closer to Jesus Christ, and to 3 p.m. in the Elemen-
will be led by Fr. Nigel to experience commu- cer game at 4:15 p.m. At tary school. There will be
Mumford at the pavilion nity in an environment of crafts for kids, a bouncy
by the pond at Christ the natural beauty and living Soccer team will be play- bounce, cookies and a lot
King Spiritual Life Cen- faith. We are located just GREENWICH – Erin Marie Nessle and Jeremy ing under the lights. Fol- of family fun. On Satur-
ter, Greenwich at 2 p.m. minutes from downtown Wayne Perkins were united in marriage at St. Jo- day Night the Homecom-
on October 3. We invite Greenwich, NY. For in- seph’s Roman Catholic Church in Greenwich, NY ing Dances will be held
animals of ALL denomi- formation about meals or on Saturday, June 20, 2009 at 5:30pm. The Rev. held next to the Football from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. for
nations to attend! Please overnight accommoda- James Walsh performed the ceremony. both the Junior High and
have small animals in car- tions or any of our pro- The bride is the daughter of Richard and Theresa Fire Dept. will be donat- the High School. The Ju-
riers, and dogs on leashes. grams please visit our Nessle of Easton, NY. The bride was escorted by ing their time for this nior High Dance will be
Christ the King Spiri- website: www.ctkcenter. her father. The maid of honor was Britani Moy with event. The snack bar will held in the Primary cafe-
tual Life Center is a min- org or call 518-692-9550. bridesmaids Emma Fitzgerald, Justine Moy and Les- be open, so come up and teria and the High School
have dinner. Dance will be held in the
was Isabelle Solan. On Friday, October 2nd
Centenary Methodist News The groom is the son of Wayne and Barbara Perkins
High School gym. Tick-
a Pep Rally will be held ets for each of the dances
GREENWICH – The 17th Sunday after Pentecost at the of Greenwich, NY. Best men were Peter and Craig in the auditorium with may be purchased at the
Greenwich Methodist Church and Sunday School will Phalen, both brothers of the groom with groomsmen the introduction of all of door.
held at 10:30 a.m. on September 27. The Rev. Eileen Patrick Saunders and Kellen Arnold. The ring bearer the teams. This will be Also at 12 p.m., there
Deming will deliver the sermon and Char Killam will was Jarryd Grimes. followed by a Class Ban- will be a girl’s soccer
be the liturgist. The church will welcome new mem- An evening reception followed the ceremony and ner competition. Athletic game *(Jordy Jackson’s
bers and some of the Sunday School attendees will get was held at The Century House in Latham, NY. events on Friday include son will be coaching the
new Bibles. Join the church after the service for a snack Erin is a 2005 graduate of Greenwich Central opposing team)
time. School. She received her Bachelor of Technology The First GCS Hall of
On Saturday, September 26, Centenary Methodist degree in Agriculture Business in 2008 from SUNY ey and a tennis match. All Fame Induction at the
will hold their famous smorgasbord supper from 4:30 Cobleskill and is currently employed by First Pio- will be starting at 4:15 Spiritual Life Center will
to 6:30. Children under age 5 are free. Complete supper neer Farm Credit, ACA of Greenwich. be Sat. Oct. 3rd. at 7 p.m.
including beverage and homemade pies. Tickets will be Jeremy is a 2002 graduate of Greenwich Central game under the lights will Tickets are required. Call
sold at the door and takeouts are available. School and is employed by New York State Depart- be at 7 p.m. Through the Dawn Kirk or Eileen Troy
ment of Environmental Conservation as a mechan- evening we will also have for more information.
Got News? Send it to: ic. the dunking booth donat- We would love to see
Email: EagleNews@gmail.com The couple celebrated with a honeymoon stay in ed to us from the Middle our community members,
Fax: 518-677-8323 Falls Fire Dept. so please, come join the
Mail: PO Box 493, Cambridge, NY 12816 currently reside in Easton, NY. On Friday also Giffy’s fun!!
SEPTEMBER 24, 2009 - THE EAGLE NEWSPAPER – 19
A Random Act of Kindness to Hold GCS Students Earn AP Scholar Awards
Their 2nd Annual Thanksgiving Dinner GREENWICH – Four of achievement based on the opportunity to earn
GREENWICH – A free Home Delivery also. Any non-perishable students at Greenwich students’ performance on college credit or advanced
Central School District AP Exams. placement and stand out
dinner will take place at A bank account has food donations not used
have earned AP Scholar At Greenwich Central in the college admissions
been set up at Glens Falls for the dinner will be do-
Awards in recognition of School District: process. Each exam is de-
Thanksgiving Day at l p.m. National Bank to ac- nated to the local Green-
their exceptional achieve- veloped by a committee
and food will be served cept monetary donations wich Food Pantry.
ment on AP Exams. for the AP Scholar with of college and university
until it is gone. The menu towards the dinner and Everyone’s generosity
The College Board’s Distinction Award by faculty and AP teachers,
will consist of turkey with checks can be made pay- to the surrounding com-
Advanced Placement pro- earning an average grade ensuring that our exams
gravy, mashed potatoes, able to “A Random Act munities and its residents
gram ® (AP®) provides of at least 3.5 on all AP are aligned with the same
green beans, cranberry of Kindness” and sent to is very much appreciated.
motivated and academi- Exams taken, and grades high standards expected
Glens Falls National Bank To volunteer to help
cally prepared students by college faculty at some
pumpkin pie and apple c/o Dan Flynn. Beth An- contact Amy McPhail at
with the opportunity to more of these exams. of the nation’s leading
pie. Beverages will in- thony is accepting food 692-7841 To make ar- liberal arts and research
clude milk, water, coffee donations and Beth can rangements for Home De- take rigorous college- This student is Andrew
level courses while still in Christy. institutions. AP is accept-
and apple cider. Arrange- be reached at Beth’s Cafe, livery contact George or ed by more than 3,600
ments can be made for 692-2668. Pat Perkins at 692-2367. high school, and to earn
college credit, advanced for the AP Scholar Award colleges and universities
placement, or both for by completing three or worldwide for college
Graduates from Bootcamp Media Center successful performance more AP Exams with credit, advanced place-
ment, or both on the basis
Open to Public on the AP Exams. About grades of 3 or higher. The
of successful AP Exam
18 percent of the 1.6 mil- AP Scholars are Patrick
GREENWICH – Green- grades. This includes
lion students worldwide Dore, Hannah McFadden
wich Central High more than 90 percent of
who took AP Exams per- and Aaron Schips.
School’s Media Center is four-year institutions in
Through 37 different
open to the public Mon- the United States. Re-
high level to also earn an college-level courses and
day’s, 3:30-7 p.m. search consistently shows
AP Scholar Award. exams, AP provides mo-
The College Board tivated and academically that AP students who
score a 3 or higher on AP
recognizes several levels prepared students with
Exams (based on a scale
from 1 to 5, with 5 being
Barn Dance and Pig Roast Picnic the highest) typically ex-
HAMPTON – The Agri- 1997. perience greater academ-
cultural Stewardship Or- Dance caller Paul ic success in college and
ganization (ASA) and the Rosenberg will call higher graduation rates
Pember Library & Mu- square and contra dances than students who do not
seum invites the public to from 2 to 4 p.m. to mu- participate in AP.
join us for a Barn Dance sic from The Cambridge
and Pig Roast Picnic on Dance Orchestra. No
Saturday, September 26th dancing experience or
from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. partner is required and all
The event will be held dances will be taught. A
rain or shine at the newly pig roast will follow from
constructed barn on Ho- 4 to 6 p.m.
*** gan Hill, 2077 State Route For more information
The LORD is my light and 22A in Hampton, New about the event or to pur-
- my salvation- whom shall York. Richard Hogan chase tickets, visit www.
wich, NY graduated from bootcamp in Fort Knox, KY I fear? The LORD is the
and Carron Sherry, who agstewardship.org or call
on Sept. 10th. The 2009 graduate of Greenwich Cen- stronghold of my life- of
whom shall I be afraid? own the barn, protected ASA at 518-692-7285.
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20 – THE EAGLE NEWSPAPER - SEPTEMBER 24, 2009
First United’s Bible Study
Holy Cross Church News Salem Central School Participates
Explores Reformation History SALEM – If anyone has A mandatory retreat for in Price Chopper Tools for Schools
SALEM – For those in- hymns or worship or even an interest in information SALEM – Salem Cen- plication. When you com-
terested in the history of our mission outreach. about the Catholic Church, Sunday, October 11 at St. tral School is once again
the church, don’t miss Father Condon of Holy proud to announce that school code 16353. This
shed some light on what it Cross Catholic Church in the cluster will be Novem- they are participating in will automatically earn
course on John Calvin means to be Presbyterian. Salem welcomes them to ber 3 at 7 p.m. at Notre the Price Chopper “Tools credit for Salem school
and the Reformation be- But while it sheds light on for Schools” program. every time you use your
ing held at First United our Reformed tradition, of Christian Initiation is a World Youth Day Cel- This program helps the Price Chopper Advant-
Presbyterian Church. The this course is also open to process that begins with ebration at St. Michaels on school earn free educa- Edge card now through
study takes a look at the other faith traditions who the ‘Period of Inquiry’, al- Sunday, October 25. tional equipment. To help February 13, 2010. If
16th century French law- lowing individuals to learn On October 11th, a pot the school earn free edu- you registered in a previ-
yer and theologian who hear about Calvin and see more about the Catholic luck dinner will be held
shaped the thoughts and cation equipment, please ous year, you are already
Faith. take the time to log on at registered for this year.
beliefs of the Reformed have impacted others,” If a person is interested, and their trip to the Na-
tradition while pastoring Pastor Donna said. pricechopper.com/tools- If you need assistance
they may contact Father tional Convention in Kan- forschools to register your registering, feel free to
the people of Geneva, First United’s bible Condon. Meetings usually sas City on November 19
Switzerland. In addition study is held Sunday Price Chopper Advant- contact Mrs. Susan Neil,
begin in September. On -21. The dinner is being Edge Card. Or, simply Program Coordinator at
to exploring the thoughts mornings following
September 28 an expla- put on by the youth group visit the Customer Ser- Salem Central School.
Calvin had on God, worship at 11:30 a.m.
nation of RCIA by Joyce and the Catholic Daugh- vice Center at any of the The students, faculty and
church and society, the and Tuesday nights at 7
study also takes a look at p.m. Again, this study is Solimini will be held at ters. There are a 12 teens participating Price Chop- staff appreciate your con-
the events taking place in opened to all. St. Joseph’s in Greenwich from Holy Cross and St. per locations and ask for tinued support in earning
Europe during this time. First United Presby- from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Patrick’s attending. Your a “Tools for Schools” ap- this free equipment.
According to The terian Church is located If anyone has missed generosity will help keep
Reverend Donna Frisch- at 13 West Broadway, registering a child for Re- our youth involved.
knecht, pastor of First Salem. All are invited to ligious Ed, please contact Please return your par- Salem Jr./Sr. High
United, history plays a Father Condon or Kim ish census forms. Contact School Open House
vital role in understand- church Sundays at 10 a.m. Gariepy. People are being Fr. Condon if you haven’t
ing who we are and how or visit online at www. sought to help with the received one. SALEM – The Salem Junior/Senior High School invites
traditions of the past get Religious Ed. Program. Upcoming cluster pro- parents of all 7th -12th grade students to its annual Open
played out today or even mon Podcasts are avail- Teachers are needed, but gram: Thursday, Septem- House which will be held on Thursday, October 8th from
reinterpreted. able online. For more so are a variety of other ber 24 at 7 p.m. at St. Jo- 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
“Many times people in information, contact The helpers. If you aren’t sure seph’s in Greenwich “The- Parents may arrive at the school anytime between
the church do not know Reverend Donna Frisch- about teaching, you may ology of the Eucharistic 5:30 and 7 p.m. to meet individually with their child’s
the rich history behind our knecht at 518-854-9471. help out in other ways and Presentation;” NC Café teachers in the high school gymnasium. Teachers will
learn more about the pro- presents a 3 part presenta- be handing out 5-week progress reports at this time.
Shushan UM Church News gram. Contact Fr. Condon, tions to monastic history, The gymnasium conferences will be brief; however,
SHUSHAN – The New- attend the opening of the Kim Gariepy, or Rose- life practice and spiritually parents are strongly encouraged to sign up for a teacher
man United Method- Worship Service, and fol- mary Boyd if you are able on October 8, 15, 21, from conference if more time is needed.
ist Church congregation lowing the young peoples’ to help. 7-9 p.m.; Rosary Rally We look forward to seeing you on October 8th.
of Shushan invites you story message join the Altar servers are also with Bishop Hubbard
to their regular Sunday Sunday School class in the needed and parents may will be held at St. Mary’s
Morning Worship Service fellowship room. Gayle Story Hour Resumes at the
call Kim Gariepy for more Church in Glens Falls on
at 9 a.m. This Sunday, and Jennie Shaw are lead- Bancroft Public Library in Salem
information. October 4 at 2 p.m.
September 27, is the Eigh- ers of the Church School.
teenth Sunday of Pente- After the Service of Wor- SALEM – The staff at the Bancroft Public Library in
cost. Rev. Raoul J. Wa- ship the congregation will Fire Prevention Salem would like to announce that story hour will be
ters, pastor has chosen the meet in the prayer room resuming at our library this fall. Our start date will be
sermon topic, “I Believe for a time of fellowship
Program at Salem School Wednesday, October 7th at about 9:15 AM. The library
In God the Father” based and light refreshments. on some of the equipment will open to the public, as usual, at 10 AM. Preschool
upon the Scripture lesson Newman United Meth- unteer Fire Department so you will know what children and their families/caregivers and homeschool-
from Genesis 1. The ser- odist Church is located at along with the Hebron, ing families of early elementary children are welcome.
the intersection of County Story hour will include stories (of course!) and a theme-
in the scriptures: “In the Routes 61 and 64, the unteer Fire Departments related project or craft. Come join the fun!
beginning, God created comer of Main and Park will be holding their an- cient manner.
the heaven and the earth.” Streets. Newcomers and They will have some
Edie Meikle is the church guests are always wel- gram at Salem Central demonstrations during
The Shoppe Off Broadway
organist. Young people come. School on Friday October the day, with extrication SALEM – The Shoppe a large supply of reason-
9, 2009. The program will tools, thermal imaging Off Broadway thrift store ably priced accessories,
run from 8 a.m. until 2 in Salem, NY will be household goods, home
p.m. er game, carbon monox- holding its September bag decor and books.
When the day’s activi- ide meter’s, water rescue sale on Wednesday, Sep- The Shoppe is located
ties are over at school the gear, and some video’s tember 30th and Thursday next to the Salem Court-
members of the Salem will be shown during the through Saturday, October house Community Center
Fire Department will be event. There will be color- 1st – 3rd. One dollar buys a on East Broadway and is
hosting an open house ing sheets for the kids and bag full of clothing, shoes open Wednesday, 1-6 and
at their Route 30 station brochures for hand-outs. and purses. Thursday, Friday and Sat-
Also, during the bag urday, 10-1.
There will also be T-
sale, shorts will be given The Shoppe is a not-for-
will run from 2 p.m. till 7 shirts and glass mugs
away free in order to make
p.m. and the public is in- for sale and there will space for the great fall all proceeds support area
vited to attend to see the and winter merchandise youth programs in the
goings on with their local alarms. Refreshments will
Got News? Send it to: be available and we hope
waiting to be displayed.
In addition to the large
Courthouse and the com-
munity. For additional in-
inventory of new and formation, please call 518-
Fax: 518-677-8323 their equipment on dis- sometime during the day/ gently used clothing and 854-9090, and remember
Mail: PO Box 493, Cambridge, NY 12816 play along with price tags evening. shoes, the Shoppe carries to “Shop the Shoppe”!
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Business Owner Disappointed School Courthouse Community Center Celebrates
Spent Money Out of District
By Eric Wilkins day”). The fewest lunches or misappropriations. Fol-
SALEM – Last week’s sold was 326. lowing her report Gali-
Board of Education meet- Exchange Students more asked for a report
ing at Salem School be- Once again the board at the next meeting to ex-
gan with a question for talked about the possible plain how the district will
Noreen Russo as to why amendment of the non- respond to the suggestions
the district did not use resident students policy. in the report. Kremer also
a local business to cater The board is considering said he had asked Terry
the Superintendent’s Day changing the policy to
Luncheon. limit non-tuition students to come to explain BO-
Russo, who said she who can attend the dis- CES’ billing procedures.
was speaking on behalf trict. This year the school • Kremer reported that
of Fred’s Sub Shop and has two exchange stu- 95% of the capital project
other local businesses, has been completed. He
said “we are disappointed The district is not receiv- said window replacement
no local businesses were ing any tuition for these would begin soon and that
given a shot” to cater this would take place after
the meal. Russo said the state. school hours and into the
school’s decision to use Superintendent Charles evening. He said the con- On Friday, September 18th, the Courthouse Community Center in Salem celebrated
an out of area business Kremer said he had spo- tractors would move to a the completion of Phase II of the restoration project with a barbecue to celebrate and
takes money from the lo- ken with Al Cormier and location off the front of acknowledge the many volunteers who give of their time to serve the Courthouse.
cal tax base which in the Charles Perry and he said building later in the night. Over 200 volunteers joined in the festivities on the new porch and had an enjoyable
long run would lead to lo- they suggested a policy Kremer also said that early fall evening. Dottie Schneider, President of the Historic Courthouse Preservation
cal businesses going out when repositioning some -
of business. programs the district will lights in one of the older munity Center. There is not one event held at the CCC that could be managed success-
Russo said local busi- work with. Kremer said wings of the school they
nesses give back to the the district has worked discovered there was as- their spouses gratefully prepared and served the meal to guests.
community and added with Rotary for many bestos in the ceiling tiles. On hand to entertain guests were members of The Johnny Cash Band. Local singer,
that last year the Sub Shop years and it is a good He said those tiles would Harold Ford is a dead ringer for the look and sound of Johnny Cash which has always
served 150 people at the program that also allows be replaced over an ex- come naturally to him. Along with Laura Lucy who sings vocals as June Carter Cash,
school on teacher appre- Salem students to have tended school break, most the two performers stay true to the music while carrying on the spirit and message of
ciation day for $500. an opportunity to be ex- likely over the Christmas Johnny Cash. Along with Mitch Throop on stand up bass and Less Wheeler and Dan
Business Manager John change students. break. McKee on rhythm guitars, they delighted guests with Cash’s hits including Folsom
Hales said the school Board member Mike • The board discussed Prison Blues and Ring of Fire. For information regarding this talented group, visit their
- Goldstein said he would website at www.thejohnnycashband.com.
ness who serves BOCES prefer no amendment be coming year: develop a While on line, be sure to visit the Courthouse website at www.salemcourthouse.org
Members but they were made to the policy since - for information regarding future events. Rehearsals are underway for the Courthouse
booked with BOCES so there has not been a prob- get; use local sourcing to production of Inherit the Wind which will be staged in the beautiful courtroom built
the school approached lem in the past and this support local businesses in 1869. Utilizing the original judge’s bench and other original courtroom furnishings,
Hannaford and Price year the district has ben- and community; improve this production under the direction of Quentin Beaver, is sure to be entertaining. Tick-
Chopper. The total cost to - school-wide communica- ets are currently on sale at the Courthouse.
the district for breakfast dents from Afghanistan. tion; and be in compli-
and lunch was $858 on Following the discus- ance with auditor’s rec- Scout
Superintendent’s Day. sion the board voted to ommendations and better
Board President Mar- recommend an amend- management of contracts. Recruitment
lon Galimore said the ment to set an upward • The board discussed the
school should consider limit of three exchange new xx.17 accounts and
creating a policy to ensure students and to give the how these budget lines SALEM – The Salem
local businesses are con- - will help to better track Cub Scout Pack will host
fusal. Goldstein voted no. employee overtime hours. a recruitment and regis-
Lunch Program He said he would prefer to They then voted to make tration night on Sunday,
Cafeteria Manager keep the policy as it cur- transfers into the various September 27 at 6 p.m.
Randy LaChapelle re- rently reads. xx.17 lines with Galimore at the Salem Presbyterian
ported that the school In other business: voting against the trans- Church, East Broadway,
has used locally grown • Heard an audit report fers. Salem.
potatoes (Sheldon), to- from Eileen Ryan. Ryan • The board approved Boys who are in grades
matoes (Sheldon) and summarized the draft of the tenure appointment 1-5 and their families are
apples (Borden) this year. the internal audit. In the of Colleen Fish (Business invited to attend. For
Ready NOW! Huge CROP!
LaChappelle said the audit the internal auditor Education). additional information Big & Delicious
apples and potatoes cost made three suggestions • Approved the building about our local program, FALL RASPBERRIES
about the same as they did for improvements but use request by the Salem please call Kevin Keyes, U-Pick or We Pick
with Black River Produce Ryan said nothing in the Woman’s Club on April 222-3448, or Scott East- Open Monday-Saturday 8-5 Sunday 11-5
1055 Rte. 30 Salem, NY
but the tomatoes were report indicated any fraud 23 and April 24. man, 854-9188. 518-854-3250 www.Gardenworksfarm.com
cheaper when purchased
LaChapplle said eight
local farms were con- Located in the:
tacted by letter in April
Located on the web at:
about the possibility of
the school purchasing
produce from them. He
also reported that the most
lunches served during the
400 on Friday (“pizza
22 – THE EAGLE NEWSPAPER - SEPTEMBER 24, 2009
edly Friday, September
Stutzmann & Son Funeral daughter Kathleen Eh- (Ernest) Dundon in 1995; To sign Naoma’s online
18, 2009 at her residence. Home, 2000 Hillside Ave, rlich survive her. She is her sons, Daniel in 2002 guestbook, please visit
Fowler, 69 Born May 1, 1929 in New Hyde Park, NY. In- also survived by four be- and Thomas in 2007. www.mcclellanfuner-
HOOSICK FALLS- Shir- Yonkers, NY, she was terment will follow in loved grandchildren: Mi- We give praise and alservice.com.
ley L. Parent Fowler, 69 the daughter of the late Holy Rood Cemetery in chael Chambers of Troy, thanksgiving to God for
formerly of Grafton and Nicholas and Antoinette Westbury, NY. Joshua Chambers of Los Naoma. Blessed is the one who
Wallace Street in Hoosick To share a memory of Angeles, Andrew Ehrlich Services are private reads the words of this
Falls, died on Monday May, please visit www. of Troy, and Carol Eh- with interment in Holy prophecy, and blessed
at Samaritan Hospital in lino on June 20, 1948. He mcclellanfuneralservice. rlich of Clifton Park. She Cross Cemetery in Salem. are those who hear it and
Troy after a long illness. passed away February 8, com leaves two sisters-in-law Arrangements are by take to heart what is writ-
She had been a resident 1982. Together, May and Local arrangements are who were also her close the McClellan Funeral ten in it, because the time
of Northwoods at Troy for Thomas raised 4 children. by the McClellan Funeral friends; Jane Whittaker Service, Salem, NY is near. -Revelation 1:3
the past two years. May and Tommy spent Service, 19 East Broad- and Peggy Bloom, as well
Born July 27, 1940 in many hours antiquing. way, Salem, NY. as many dear nieces and Blood Drive Calendar
Plattsburgh, NY, she was May was a collector of nephews. American Red Cross blood drives open to the public
the daughter of the late beautiful things. May was
Cecile B. Cecile was always a will be held at the following locations during the month
Gerald S and Shirley M. employed by Este’ Lauder Chambers, 94 warm and caring per- of June. Blood donors must be healthy, at least 17 years
Crooks Parent and the and she retired from An- son. She had a wonderful old (16 with a NYS parental permission slip) and must
step-daughter of the late nie Sez in the late 1980’s. sense of humor and could weigh a minimum of 110 lbs. Donors can donate blood
Phillip Benway. She was She moved to the Glens always look at the good in every 56 days, and public participation is encouraged.
the loving wife of the Falls area to be closer to any situation. She will be If you are unsure of your eligibility please call 1-800-
her three sons who had greatly missed by all who
who died on February 27, all previously moved to knew her. org. Every donation can help as many as three differ-
1992. the area several years ago. At her request, there ent patients. This is a great investment of an hour’s time.
Shirley attended Alba- May then settled in the will be no calling hours. Walk-ins are welcome; appointments are recommended.
ny schools before getting There will be a graveside Friday, Sept 25 Embury UM Church Betty Dering
married and raising her of Cambridge, where she service at the Greenwich 1 to 6 pm 41 E. Main St., Cambridge 677-8276
family. She retired many enjoyed her walks around Cemetery on Friday, Sep-
years ago from Stanley town. May enjoyed her tember 25, 2009 at 2 p.m.
beautiful things and also Friends and family are The Red Cross also needs blood drive sponsors; and
GREENWICH – Cecile
Survivors include her spending time with her invited to attend. Dona- business, school, and community groups are urged to
B. Chambers, of 2 Fisher
children Kandy Paddock grandsons. tions in her name may participate. To learn more about how to sponsor a blood
Street, Greenwich, NY,
In addition to her par- be given to Saratoga In- drive please contact Sonja at 1-800-514-4319, ext 810.
passed away on Saturday,
both of Hoosick Falls, ents and husband, May September 19, 2009 at the dependent School, 459
Wilson Fowler of Grafton, was also pre-deceased by age of 94. She was born Lake Av. Saratoga, NY LEGAL NOTICES
a brother Gerald Parent of an infant daughter, Debo- on Feb.24, 1915 in Akron, 12866, the Easton-Green-
Troy, her grandchildren Colorado. She was the wich Rescue Squad, or the LEGAL NOTICE
Donald Paddock, Chris- She is survived by her daughter of the late Frank charity of your choice. Notice of Formation of a
tina Lewis; Jason, Jus- and Mary Bloom. Her Arrangements are un- Limited Liability Company “LLC”
tin, Claurissa and Joshua lino and his wife Lynn of family moved to Green- der the direction of Flynn Name: Bright Side Structures, LLC Articles of Orga-
Fowler, her great-grand- wich in 1925. Bros., Inc. Funeral Home,
children Hailey Paddock, lino of South Glens Falls, Cecile was a gradu- 80 Main Street, Green-
Alyxa Lewis, Alyssa and ate of Greenwich High wich, NY. in Washington County. “SSNY” is designated as agent
Kristen Fowler. She was wife Theresa of Mt. Sinai, School, class of 1932, Online remembrances of the “LLC” upon whom process against it may be
predeceased by a daughter and Cortland State Col- served. SSNY shall mail a copy of any process to the
Tina A. Michaels Morrow Kings Park, LI. She is also lege, class of 1937. She nbrosinc.com. LLC at: 231 McKnight Hill Rd., Salem, NY 12865. 10-24-6
who died on August 31, survived by her daughter-
served as the village Naoma Irish LEGAL NOTICE
clerk of Greenwich for 20
Cambridge; two brothers, years. She also served as Dundon, 87 SEALED BIDS FOR:
the Thomas M. Barber secretary-treasurer of the Proposal #8-09 LIGHTING FIXTURES (LUMI-
Funeral Home in Peters- New York and Nicholas Greenwich Cemetery As- Naoma Irish Dundon, 87, NAIRES)
burgh on Friday, Septem- sociation for many years. most recently of Marys- Washington County Purchasing Department is solicit-
ber 18. Funeral services She married David R. ville, CA and formerly of
and burial will be held at Western New York. May Chambers on August 30, Salem, passed away Sun- for the Washington County Municipal Center.
the convenience of the also leaves behind her 8 1940. They traveled ex- day, August 30, 2009 in Bids will be received until 2:30 PM on Wednesday,
family. grandchildren, Anthony, tensively while Dave was California. Mrs. Dundon October 7, 2009 at the Washington County Purchasing
a B-17 bomber pilot in was born February 24, Department, 383 Broadway, Ft.Edward, NY 12828.
May C. Joseph, Nina, Frederick Proposal package may be obtained at the Washington
World War II. They settled 1922 in Warrensburg, NY
Volino, 80 and John. on Hill Street in Green- the daughter of the late Ar- County Purchasing Department, 383 Broadway, Ft. Ed-
Private calling hours wich following the war. thur and Nellie (Brooks) ward, NY 12828 on or after September 23, 2009.
CAMBRIDGE – May C.
& funeral services will In 1949 they moved into Irish. She is survived by Robert L. Buck, Jr.
be held on Friday, Sep- the home on Fisher Street her son, Michael Dun- Purchasing Coordinator
Woods Lane, Cambridge, 9-24-1B
tember 25, 2009 at the R. that Dave designed and don of Marysville, CA; a
passed away unexpect-
built for his family. This daughter, Melissa Dundon LEGAL NOTICE
was the home where she Townsend of Wichita, KS; On-Premise License
raised her two children two brothers, Karl Irish Beer, Wine & Liquor
and lived the remainder of and Arthur Irish, both of Notice is hereby given that a beer, wine and liquor li-
her life. Dave predeceased Warrensburg. She is also cense number, #2148743, has been issued to the under-
her in 1951. She was also survived by her grand- signed to sell beer, wine and liquor under the Alcoholic
preceded in death by four children, great grandchil- Beverage Control Law at 2551 State Route 22, Cam-
brothers: Charles, Ralph, dren and many nieces and bridge, NY 12816, Washington County for on-premise
John and Alfred, and two nephews as well as many consumption.
friends. Albies Restaurant & Lounge, LLC
Her son Joseph Chambers She was pre-deceased 2551 State Route 22
and wife Betty and, her by her husband, Martin Cambridge, NY 12816
SEPTEMBER 24, 2009 - THE EAGLE NEWSPAPER – 23
2BRs downstairs Cam-
bridge Village. Large APARTMENTS BUGGY RIDES WORK WANTED HELP WANTED
rooms, eat-in kitchen, W/D FOR RENT
BUGGY RIDES HOUSEKEEPER
hookup, living room. Water,
TWO BEDROOM Triple Trail Buggy Ride Housekeeping Aide work –
lawn care, garage. Suitable
Cambridge, 2BR, 1 bath, Service will be available Cambridge, Hoosick Falls,
for 1 or 2 adults. No pets
good size apartment. in the Village of Salem Salem, Greenwich areas.
or smoking. First, last & 16 years experience. $10
Trash, snow removal, on Saturdays and at the
security. Available Oct. 1. per hour. More info call Pat:
lawn care and off street Burger Den on Sundays
$600. 677-2008. 9-17-2P 677-2564 or 796-1955. 8-13-8P
parking included. $575/ from 10 am to 4 pm. Call
ONE BEDROOM mo. Security + Deposit. Frank Thomas: 854-3618.
Hoosick Falls 1BR upstairs Call 677-5399. 9-24-1B 9-24-2P CHILDCARE
apt. $500/mo + security.
Includes hot water & appli- TWO BEDROOM HELP WANTED CHILDCARE HELP WANTED
ances. No pets. 686-4079 New 2BR in Eagle Bridge, In-house Child Care need- A few good CNAs to join our caring team.
. 2-26-UFN Cambridge School District DRIVERS WANTED Full & Part-time: Days, Evenings and Nights.
TWO BEDROOM with heat. Security & refer- hours, must have transpor- Competitive starting salary, shift & weekend differentials.
Drivers: Home DAILY! Paid
2BR Cambridge Village Apt, ences. $700 per mo. 686- Insurance Coverage for 22.5 hours or more. Flexible
Hol/Vac! Excellent Bene- tation. Just outside Cam-
downstairs unit. No smok- 7488. 7-16-UFN
hours, paid vacation, sick, personal & holiday time; 403-B
bridge village. Call (518)
ers. No pets. 677-5462 677-3062. retirement plan and more. Come and be part of the team in
8-20-UFN WANTED x1178. www.wadhams. 9-24-UFN
our hometown Residential Health Care Facility. Please
com. Recruiterjim on twitter NANNY WANTED
APARTMENTS 9-24-4P apply in person.
Village of Greenwich: two Nanny Needed for Toddler.
Jane Conte, R.N., D.N.S.
1BR apts. available now FT, room & board plus ne-
& TEAMS gotiable pay. Country living/
Hoosick Falls Health Center, Inc.
and one 2BR apt. available P.O. Box 100, 21 Danforth Street
end of Sept. No smoking. 802-265-3200 Drivers Solo & Teams: healthy food, just outside
Dedicated Runs with Con- Cambridge village. Call Hoosick Falls, NY 12090
References required. 796-
sistent Freight, Top Pay, (518) 677-3062. 9-24-UFN 518-686-4371
9430 or 692-9266. 9-3-UFN
ROOMMATES Weekly Home-Time & EOE/KF 9-24-1B
TWO BEDROOM WANTED More! Werner Enterprises:
2BR Duplex, large rooms, 1-888-567-3103. 9-24-2P
country setting, deck. $650 ROOMMATES/SHARE Cambridge Central School District
Lakeside cottage needs DRIVERS WANTED
+ utils & security. 677-7046. Invites applications from individuals
roommates. Private dock, Drivers: Home Weekend!
Owner/Broker, No fee. 9-24-1P
cathedral ceilings, modern Per Diem/Stop Pay! No interested in per diem positions as
ONE BEDROOM appliances. $550 and $375 Touch! Med. Ins, IRA. CDL-
Elder friendly, handi- monthly for each bedroom. A, 2yrs OTR. PTC: 215- SUBSTITUTE REGISTERED NURSE(S)
capped assessable, walk- Utilities included. 917-496- 533-7760 9-24-1P
If interested please submit resume to:
ing distance to stores and 9360. 9-24-1P HELP WANTED Mr. Vincent Canini
markets, at the red light Albie’s Restaurant & Cambridge Central School
in Cambridge. This one Lounge now taking ap-
HOMES FOR RENT 58 South Park Street
bedroom apartment has plications for cooks, wait-
new everything and a very Cambridge, New York 12816
resses & bartender. 518- 9-24-2B
attentive landlord who THREE BEDROOM 451-0358. 9-17-2P
takes care of everything 3BR house in Cambridge. LEGAL
from light bulbs to snow Available October 1. $1000 NOTICE
+ utilities. References re- SALES BIDS DUE: RECONSTRUCTION BLACKSMITH SHOP
and garbage removal. The Cambridge Valley Community Development and Preservation
quired. 518-701-3103. 8-27-3P LEGAL NOTICE
The rental price of $850 FOR SALE Partnership will receive sealed Bids for Historic Building Recon-
includes all utilities. See Used beauty parlor equip- struction of The Blacksmith Shop at 5 Washington St. Cambridge,
SMALL HOME FOR RENT NY. Bids will be received until 3:00 P.M. on Tuesday October 16,
www.onesouthparkapart- ment, 2 Hydric Chairs, sink,
2BR House, Lake Lauder- 2009 at Hubbard Hall, 25 East Main St. Cambridge, NY 12816 at
ments.com or call 677- dryer, vanity, equipment, which time the bids will be opened and read aloud. Bids received
dale (formerly a camp).
5004 for a showing. 9-10-UFN caddy, magazine rack, after this time will not be accepted. The Owner reserves the right to
Nice backyard, 2 car park- waive irregularities and to reject all Bids.
etc. Call 677-3034. 9-17-2P
ing. Wood stove. Very
HOME FOR SALE TAG SALE Contract Documents may be obtained starting on Friday, September
cozy. No smoking, no pets. 25, 2009 from Hubbard Hall, in accordance with the Instructions to
$650/mo. Utilities not in- Village of Cambridge, 27
Bidders. A refundable deposit of $50.00 shall be required of all
FOUR BEDROOM West Main St, Septem-
cluded. Wood will be pro- Bidders to obtain the Contract Documents. All checks to be made
2004 Double Wide on 3 ber 26 & 27, 9 am – 3 payable to The Cambridge Valley Community Development and
vided. First month and one
acres, 4 large BR, 2 bath, pm. Furniture, antiques, Preservation Partnership, Inc.. Contract Documents may be exam-
month security. Referenc- etc. Rain or shine. 9-17-2P ined at Hubbard Hall, Monday through Friday between the hours of
large custom kitchen with
es required. Call Steve @ 10am and 4pm. No bidder may withdraw his bid within 45 days
dining area, living room, ESTATE SALE after the actual date of the opening thereof. The Reconstruction of
669-8489 or email: steve.
Fri, Sept 25 and Sat, Sept the building is funded in part by a Restore New York grant.
stove, master suite with email@example.com. 9-17-2P
26 – corner of Content
master bath, large deck, Farm Rd and Co. Rte.
2 car detached garage. FOUR BEDROOM
78 – 8am-4pm. Some
$109,000. Call Barb Spell- House for rent: Cambridge
School District, 4BR, furniture, dishes, cross LEGAL NOTICES
man, Remax Champions, stitch and more. 9-17-2P
518-879-2294. 7-23-UFN $700/mo. Available Oct.
1. 209-5055 9-17-2P TAG SALE LEGAL NOTICE
HOME WANTED Cambridge: Tag Sale 9/26 SCHOOL TAX COLLECTOR’S NOTICE
HOUSE 8:00 - 4:00 pm 54 S. Union GREENWICH CENTRAL SCHOOL
HOME WANTED Lakeside cottage, spec- St. Toys, Clothes, wed-
Hard working guy seeks tacular views, private ding supplies, books 9-24-1P
dock, cathedral ceilings,
Ideally I am looking for a modern appliances, one FOR SALE
livable 800 sq. ft. home with bedroom. $875/month thru
electric and water and sep- May. $1200/month for sum-
tic on two acres in a private mer. 917-496-9360. 9-24-1P
setting with trees for under Coal stove, like new, up to
$75,000 in Cambridge, NY 85,000 BTU, paddle feed,
COTTAGE thermostat controlled, ex-
for 15 years at 6%. Please cellent condition. $2,200. Please present your tax
contact Mike by email at COTTAGE 518-692-8687. 9-24-2P
bill with payment.
firstname.lastname@example.org. Center Cambridge. Wood-
9-10-4P ed area on country road.
One bedroom. Washer, SEAMSTRESS
HOME WANTED dryer, air conditioning in-
Non-smoking family look- cluded. $550/month. Utili- ALTERATIONS
ing for house to rent in ties not included. First, Heather’s Custom Designs:
Greenwich School District. last and one month’s Looking for the perfect wed-
Preferably 3BR with garage security. No smoking or ding or prom dress altera-
and yard. Reasonable rent. pets. Contact dpmolloy@ tions. You name it I will cre-
518-531-4080 9-17-2P aol.com, 677-5258 8-27-UFN ate it. Call 677-5227 8-30-5P
24 – THE EAGLE NEWSPAPER - SEPTEMBER 24, 2009
HOOSICK FALLS – At- of Albany Runners Ex- throughout the day as a schedule of Pumpkin-
tention Runners! There change. Online registra- part of this community- palooza events, please
is still time to enter the tion is available at www. wide celebration. visit www.hoosickyouth.
- areep.com until 10 a.m. A Fun Run for the org or call 686-9050.
palooza 5K Road Race. on Friday, September 25. kids, sponsored by Na-
This event kicks off from Same day registration is ture’s Closet, will be
Wood Park at 9 a.m. on
Saturday, September 26,
available for an addition-
held at 10 a.m. Children
11 and under are invited
in Hoosick Falls, NY. - to run from Wood Park to News?
The challenging route trants will receive a free the Town Athletic Fields,
winds its way through Pumpkinpalooza T-shirt just in time to watch the Send it to:
the village before return- and a gift bag. Punkin Chunkin. Rib- Email: EagleNews@
ing to the park. This will The road race is spon- bons will be presented to gmail.com
be a professionally run sored by WCW, Inc. Fax: 518-677-8323
race with chip timing, and is only a part of the For more informa- Mail: PO Box 493,
thanks to the assistance many festivities offered tion about the race and Cambridge, NY 12816
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SPORTS 20th at Sunset Recreation, January 17th at Redwood
BOWLING Lanes, February 14th at Sportsman’s Bowl with the last
High Scores: Tyler Colvin 747,
Sunday Mixed 278, Matt Brownell 701, 245,
will be at Spare Time Lanes in Clifton Park on April
Stan Brownell 686, 288, Rob-
11th. The Bob Guild Memorial will be at Del Lanes on
Gutter Balls 4-0 April 18th. So there is the schedule for all the scratch
ert Abbott 677, 244, Brian Ap-
Team 8 3-1
Mountain Hillibilles 3-1
pel 669, 231, Taylor Henderson bowlers out there. Some great competition and some
666, 258, Paul Sykes Jr. 665, great rewards for winning as well.
Adirondack BBQ 3-1
266, Brad Colvin 662, 264, Lefty Mike Weeden hit the jackpot in the Wednesday
Out to Lunch 3-1
Chaz Perkins 662, 256.
The Empire State USBC Bowling Association’s 31st
Better Use Bumpers 1-3 annual State Seniors Bowling tournament will be held
Thursday the weekends of October 24th and 25th and November
Newbies 1-3 American 7th & 8th at Lighthouse Lanes in Oswego. All bowlers
Don’t Worry 0-4 9/17/09 must be at least 55 years of age to compete. There will
Top Scores Ace Fence 80-40 but last Monday in the United League at the Barbecue, be doubles, singles and all events. Entry forms are
Men: Chuck Pelletier 625, Craig Taber Concrete 75-45 Paulson’s Bandits rolled 15 strikes in the tenth frame. available at
The Firm 69.5-50.5
Ely 561, 232. Women: Tina Ely
Many teams have started out the game with all strikes the www.empirestateusbcba.com.
The Bog 69-51
496, 179, Amanda Deyoe 471, The season is still young which means teams and
182, Pat Siptroth 180, Renee RGI 64-56 leagues are still short bowlers. If you are interested in
Bossoni 167, Brandi Whitman The Old-Timers 60.5-59.5 it does happen. I can only recall one other team doing bowling, contact the lanes of the house you can bowl in
163. Huntin’ Time 53-67 it that I am aware of. That was my old Fish Creek Rod and give them your name. My Schuylerville team lost
Pop’s Gang 38-82
Monday United Lo-Ridge Farm 26-94 & Gun Club team at Roe’s Bowl back in the late 70’s. my leadoff bowler to injury for a few weeks if not more.
9/14/09 Top Scores What was quite memorable about that, was my team had Andy Colvin was injured in a work accident. Hope you
Sykes Enterprises 13-2 Wes Weeden 756, 300, 258, Joe won the league three years in a row and we rolled the 15 are back to the lanes very soon Andy.
Paulson’s Bandits 12-3 Hackett 738, 290, 224, Bruce
Ace Fence 8-7 Weeden 700, 289, 228, Tim
Applications for the 800 tournament to be held on
Jelly’s Auto 7.5-7.5 McCart 690, 225, 221, Pete
year, one night we rolled 14 strikes in the tenth frame. October 31st at the Barbecue are out now. Make sure
Smokey’s Take Five 7-8 My anchor bowler, Leon Derby, missed on his last shot if you are eligible to bowl, you grab an application and
Colvin 653, 259, Matt Brownell leaving an 8 pin. Congratulations, Brian, Mike, Matt, make a reservation. You do not want to be shut out of
Barbecue Recreation 6-9 648, 249, 221, Rick Taber 640,
Buskirk Bombers 5-10 Tim and Tim. this prestigious tournament. There will be two squads,
221, Brian Rice 638, 243, John
TRI 5-10 Cross 624, 228.
The Northern Bowler’s Association has come out
Trinkle Farm 4.5-10.5 with its schedule for the upcoming season and there are a lanes will be oiled before each shift.
Top Scores Friday National few changes. The competition will begin at 9:30 a.m. on With the season being so young, some of us are very
Walt Callahan 741, 258, 249, 9/18/09
234, Matt Brownell 700, 269,
Sunday, returning to the time slot it had for many years. frustrated with our scoring so far. We think we should
D.A. Boyz 16-4
236, Mike Mullins 687, 246, They are going to have a point system with the winner be able to roll at a high pace right out of the gate, even
Eagle Bridge Cycle 13-7 receiving the “Cuby Cup”, named after Cuby Fiorillo, though we have not practiced one game throughout the
234, 215, Chad Wysocki 679, Beck Farms 12-8 one of the founding members of the NBA. The winner summer. Bowling balls don’t seem to last as long as they
244, 234, Jim Cahill 677, 250, Blue Flame Gas 11-9
234, Jack Fitzsimmons 674,
of the points for the entire year will be given a trophy used to. The reactive resin balls do not hold up compared
Barbecue Rec. 11-9
235, 233, Tim Trinkle 667, 234, Crocket’s Carpentry 10-10 and $250. Everyone who competes in the tournaments to even urethane balls which means we can be throwing
233, Tim McCart 658, 258, 218, receive 10 points each event. 200 points will be awarded them with great accuracy and not score. These balls soak
Tom Harrington 655, 231, 215. Red Dogs II 3-17 up the lane conditioner and this causes the balls to lose
Falls Auto Service 2-18
Tuesday Women Top Scores
their hooking ability. So the bowlers struggling a bit,
9/15/09 Mike Mullins 707, 279, Bob
aware will be an incentive for bowlers to compete in perhaps a new ball would be the answer to increase your
Mickey’s Girls 9-3 Brenenstuhl Jr 658, 259, Jim more tournaments. There will be seven tournaments this scores. While many of the balls are quite expensive,
Seifert’s 8.5-3.5 Hurlburt 643, 225, John Dane year plus the season ending Bob Guild Championship.
Second Time Ard. 8-4
there are still bargains available. Check with your local
639, 236, Clint Brock 639, 224, The entry fee will be $50 each event with a membership
Brogue’s 7-5 pro shop or even on line for more options. Don’t keep
Rich Bennett 630, Paul Sykes
T-Bones 7-5 629, 236, Steve Surdam Sr 626, harping on the lanes as the reason you can’t score, take
Phil’s Pills 7-5 241, Jeff Ruggles 625, 256, be held on October 18th at Town ’n Country Lanes. some responsibility yourself, you are the one rolling the
Bay Breeze Babes 7-5 Dave Atwater 610, 219. November 29th will be at Boulevard Bowl, December ball down the lane
Twisted Sistars 7-5
6-6 League Convenes for Year-Ending Tournament
Boomhower Const. 5-7
By Brad Cone League veteran Mike as well as a longest putt bagged it on the par-5 on its 12th season. Thank
Woodpeckerettes 4-8 The members of the Pichette controlled the for league members and you for tuning in each
Schmigel’s 4-8 Par-Tee golf league met a longest putt for guests. There were also awards week and we’ll see you
Night Owls 3-9 net with an impressive Dave Clark won the lon- given out for most pars next year. Here’s hoping
Black Dog Boozers 3-9
son on Saturday as they 82 net 64. Mike’s round gest putt for the members and birdies throughout for an early spring!
High Scores: Pam Pelcher 605, held their annual year- included a personal best with a four-footer on the the 17-week season. For
189, 214, 202, Dianne Magi- ending tournament and even-par 34 on the back pars, Brad Cone led the
banquet. League play may nine! First-year player Williams took the guest Pee Wee
Wysocki 551, 213, 168, 170, have ended weeks ago, Tony Severino capped his competition with a four- Randy Mott capped his
Eva Atwater 531, 190, 178,
but you’d never know rookie season in style as
163, Charity King 513, 163, CAMBRIDGE – On Sun-
153, 197, Shelly Bedford 510, it looking at the tourna- he took second place in Doug Goble, Bruce J. as he tied Mike Pichette
177, 178, 155, Risa Bacon 505, ment’s leader board! Sausville, Bruce M. Sau- day, October 4 the Cam-
179, 187, 139. Splits: Risa Ba- Pete Martin and Kev- 69. sville, Gerry Taber, and 35. Mike King owned the bridge Youth Football
con 4,7,9, Ann Trinkle 3,10. in Weeden, this year’s A pair of newbies dom- will hold is annual chick-
league runners-up, wast- closest to the pin prizes. with 26. en barbecue. Along with
Wednesday chicken, cooked by D.J.
ed no time showing ev- Bruce J. Sausville added After the tournament, For birdies, Pete Mar-
International eryone that they will be another accolade to his multiple awards were tin posted an impressive Herrington, there will
9/16/09 be baked potato, corn on
one of the teams to beat in given out for season ac-
Full Boat 12-3
Mag-Way 11-4 2010. Pete led all scorers complishments. League Bob Morton and Dave the cob, cold slaw, baked
Boner’s 9-6 with a strong nine-over- 91 net 61. Meanwhile, veteran Doug Crossman Tilley shared the title in beans and a roll. The
Half Time Bar & Grill 9-6 par 80 net 69. The only fellow freshman Doug earned the title of “most Cambridge Youth Cheer-
SLAMMERS 8-7 improved” after drop- leaders will hold a bake
to top Pete’s net was his hind Bruce with a nice ping his handicap 33% ended with a tie as Dave sale. Reservations can be
McNally Insurance 7-8
ERS Electric 6-9 partner, Kevin. Kevin 109 net 63. during the year! Rookie Clark and Dan Williams made by calling Roger
Becker Fencing 6-9 posted an awesome 87 There were closest to John Wilkinson was hon- both had 2. Holcomb at 677-3022
Dummy 0-15 the pin contests on all ored for having the only And with that, the Par- or Debbie Herrington at
Top Scores eagle of the season. John Tee league closes the book 692-0220.
26 – THE EAGLE NEWSPAPER - SEPTEMBER 24, 2009
two assists to lead Schuylerville over Greenwich in last
BOYS SOCCER Wednesday’s Wasaren League rout. GIRLS TENNIS
Hoosick Falls 4, Tamarac 0
Cambridge 7, Granville 3 HOOSICK – Kelsey Rogers set a school record with her
thirty-seventh shutout and four Lady Panthers scored as Greenwich Splits Four Matches
scored twice and Hayden Trautwein tallied one goal and Hoosick Falls beat Tamarac last Wednesday in the Wasaren GREENWICH – The Lady Witches competed in four sepa-
three assists as the undefeated Indians downed the Golden League. rate contests last week, defeating North Warren and Hud-
Horde in Monday’s Wasaren League action. Stillwater 5, Cambridge 1 son Falls while losing to Queensbury and Scotia. In last
Fort Ann 3, Salem 1 STILLWATER – Last Wednesday, the Lady Warriors beat Tuesday’s 4-3 win against North Warren, Jenna Brophy,
FORT ANN – The Cardinals outshot the Generals 23-3 and the Lady Indians in a Wasaren League contest despite a Joanna Herrick and McKenzie Bassett each won singles
secured an Adirondack League win on Monday. Rolando goal by Bridget Cuddihy and nine saves by goalie Amelia matches. In Monday’s 5-2 win over Hudson Falls, the
Bromirski. trio of Brophy, Herrick and Bassett was victorious once
Schuylerville 1, Stillwater 0 Hoosic Valley 2, Granville 1 again and was this time joined in the winner’s circle by the
STILLWATER – Colin Sullivan’s goal lifted Schuylerville - doubles teams of Ashley Avedes and Tina Boyce as well as
past Stillwater in Monday’s Wasaren League game. Suzanne Foote and Michelle Pellington. Both Queensbury
Tamarac 1, Hoosic Valley 0 Wednesday’s Wasaren League contest. and Scotia defeated the Lady Witches by scores of 7-0.
SCHAGHTICOKE – Cody Sargood’s second half goal
was the difference in Tamarac’s Wasaren League win over Foothills Council
Hartford 5, Salem 0 Girls Tennis Tourney
SALEM – Matt Fry made twelve saves in goal for the Gen-
erals as they dropped a lopsided Adirondack League deci- Greenwich 6, Salem 0
sion to the Tanagers on Friday. SALEM – Dani DeGregory tallied four goals and Green-
Cambridge 2, Stillwater 1 wich outshot Salem 21-1 in Friday’s Wasaren League pum-
STILLWATER – Barry Linendoll and Greg Goldstone both meling of the Lady Generals. Salem goalie Kora Andrew
found the back of the net in the second half as Cambridge did all that she could in between the pipes as she made
rallied to beat Stillwater in Thursday’s Wasaren League eighteen saves.
contest. Schuylerville 1, North Warren 0 (OT)
Greenwich 3, Schuylerville 0 CHESTERTOWN – Alex Gaertoner scored the game-win-
GREENWICH – Ian Kelly scored twice and goalie Kyle ning goal in overtime as Schuylerville defeated North War-
Rodd made eight saves for Greenwich in Thursday’s ren in Friday’s non-league game.
Wasaren League blanking of the Black Horses. Hoosick Falls 1, Granville 0
Tamarac 2, Hoosick Falls 0
HOOSICK – Cody Sargood tallied a goal and an assist in the difference in the Lady Panthers win over Granville on
Friday’s Wasaren League contest.
Thursday in the Wasaren League. Greenwich 4, Schuylerville 0
Hoosic Valley 5, Granville 1
Jasmine Woodard and Emily Boddery added one goal
apiece in Greenwich’s Wasaren League win over Schuyler-
on Thursday. ville last Wednesday.
Cambridge 2, Greenwich 0
CAMBRIDGE – Barry Linendoll and Hunter Dansin each
scored a goal as the Indians defeated the Witches in last GOLF Jenna Brophy (L), Joanna Herrick (R)
Tuesday’s Wasaren League game. Cambridge goalie Nick QUEENSBURY – At the Foothills Council Girls Tennis
Brainerd recorded four saves in the shutout.
Stillwater 5, Greenwich 0 Tourney on Saturday, September 19 the “A” Doubles
Hoosick Falls 3, Schuylerville 2
SARATOGA – Medalist Mark Sabatino shot a 34 and un- bracket Champions Jenna Brophy and Joanna Herrick of
beaten Stillwater shutout Greenwich in Monday’s meeting
Delurey added another as Hoosick Falls beat Schuylerville
at Saratoga Lake Golf Course. of Queensbury; 5-7, 6-2, 6-4 for the title.
Granville 3 ½, Cambridge 1 ½ Brophy and Herrick also defeated teams from Scotia-
scored for the Black Horses.
Hoosic Valley 0, Stillwater 0 (OT) Glenville (10-6), South Glens Falls (10-4) and Glens
the lone victor for Cambridge as they were downed by Falls (10-2).
Granville in Monday’s match at Lake Saint Catherine “B” Doubles bracket Champions Melissa Duncan and
well and Stillwater keeper Adam Burrows each made nine
Country Club. Aubrey Nelson of Queensbury defeated Amber Stiller
saves as their teams tied in last Tuesday’s Wasaren League
Schuylerville 4 ½, Greenwich ½ and Kate Shannon of Queensbury 7-6, 6-1 for the title.
EASTON – Medalist Chris Braim shot a 35 and Schuyler- “A” Singles bracket Champion Clair Schmitz of Scotia-
ville defeated Greenwich in Friday’s match at Windy Hills
Glenville defeated Brenna Meath 6-2, 6-4 for the title.
GIRLS SOCCER Golf Course.
Hoosick Falls 4, Hoosic Valley 1
GREENWICH – Medalist Taylor Bellemare, James Lynch, All Smiles
Hoosick Falls 3, Greenwich 0 Jordan Colvin and Todd Rogers were victorious for Hoo-
GREENWICH – Julie Luciano managed a goal and an as-
sist to anchor Hoosick Falls in Friday’s Wasaren League Country Club on Thursday.
win over Greenwich. Hoosic Valley 3 ½, Greenwich 2 ½
Cambridge 4, Granville 0 GREENWICH – Medalist Greg Scott shot a 41 for Green-
scored two goals and Amelia Bromirski had a shutout in and defeated the Witches last Wednesday at Battenkill
goal in Cambridge’s Wasaren League win over Granville Country Club.
on Friday. Hoosick Falls 3, Cambridge 2
Salem 3, Fort Ann 0 (OT) HOOSICK FALLS – Taylor Bellemare’s 38 earned him
SALEM – Delaney Dupuis and Shirley Waite scored in medalist honors and carried the Panthers to a hard-fought
overtime as Salem won their season opener on Friday win over the Indians last Wednesday at Hoosick Falls
against Fort Ann. Country Club.
Schuylerville 2, Stillwater 1 (OT) Stillwater 4 ½, Schuylerville ½
STILLWATER – Ally Liptak’s overtime goal gave Schuy- SARATOGA – The unbeaten Warriors improved to 12-0
lerville a hard-fought win over Stillwater in Friday’s with a convincing win over the Black Horses last Wednes-
Wasaren League game. Courtney Pierce also scored for day at Saratoga Lake Golf Course. Stillwater’s Chad Mur-
the Lady Black Horses. phy snared medalist honors with a 36.
Tamarac 3, Hoosic Valley 2 Greenwich 4, Cambridge 1
SCHAGHTICOKE – Molly Gilchrist and Taylor Sullivan EASTON – Greg Scott took medalist honors with a 34 and
led Greenwich to a Wasaren League win over Cambridge
League loss to Tamarac on Friday. last Tuesday at Windy Hills Golf Course. Anthony Bar- SHUSHAN – Matthew Hannibal of Shushan is all
Schuylerville 4, Greenwich 0 tolucci, Quinn McCormick and Adam Greene also posted smiles after reading that he had won Pick the Pros in
wins for the Witches. The Eagle.
SEPTEMBER 24, 2009 - THE EAGLE NEWSPAPER – 27
Cambridge Wins Ninth Straight
Against Greenwich, 41-0
By Ryan Farrell
tory over Greenwich on Friday night at George “Jordy” Jackson Field. For Doug
Luke’s Indians, it was their ninth straight win over the rival Witches.
While Cambridge’s potent offense, led by quarterback Kyle Parmenter and running
backs Matt Best and Jake Butler, rang up six touchdowns – it was the play of the ball-
hawking CCS defense that was the difference in the contest.
Cambridge surrendered only 77 total yards to the Witches and pinned seven sacks on
Greenwich sophomore signal-caller Tony Giroux.
Parmenter picked apart the GCS secondary with relative ease, as his stable of receiv-
passes to give Cambridge a 20-0 lead at the intermission.
Carle, Erick Mulready and Best each ran for touchdowns in the second half as the
Best and Butler seemed to make at least one defender miss each time they touched
the pigskin, scampering for big chunks of yardage time and again.
Matt Best turning what started as a dive to the right side into a 75-yard touchdown run.
- Cambridge beat Greenwich 41-0 by Dan Pemrick
ful of would-be tacklers and made it all the way to the Greenwich 7-yard line. Mo-
Hoosick Falls 40, Tamarac 13
a 7-0 lead. CLUMS CORNERS – Hoosick Falls remained undefeated with a blowout win over
Tamarac on Friday night in the Class C North Division.
offensive line and offered absolutely no breathing room to Giroux. At one point in Alex Hansen scored four touchdowns – two rushing and two receiving – and Logan
O’Brien returned an interception 55 yards for another score as the visiting Panthers
force a GCS punt. coasted to victory.
Best led Cambridge with 120 yards rushing, including a 75-yard touchdown in the Hansen ran for touchdowns of 5 and 7 yards and caught a pair of 38-yard TD passes
fourth quarter, while Tyler Pruiksima paced the Witches with 55 yards on the ground. from junior quarterback Mike Brewster, who added a 7-yard touchdown run of his
Parmenter completed 10-of-24 passes for 130 yards and three touchdowns while Gir- own..
oux went 4-for-14 with 55 yards and two interceptions. O’Brien’s interception return in the second quarter gave the Panthers a 21-0 lead.
Both teams will be action on Saturday, when Cambridge (3-0) entertains Tamarac Brewster completed 10-of-15 passes for 201 yards for Hoosick Falls.
(1-2) in a Class C North Division contest and Greenwich (1-2) travels to Fort Edward The Panthers (3-0) shouldn’t have too much trouble in remaining unbeaten as they
(1-2) for an important Class D battle against the Flying Forts. host winless Stillwater (0-3) on Friday night.
Lake George 39, Salem 6
SALEM – Salem lost their second straight Class D contest as Lake George bullied the
Generals in Saturday’s contest.
Pick the Pros Caleb Meroski ran for over 200 yards and three touchdowns to anchor the Warriors,
THANK YOU! Jackpot
who held a 20-0 halftime lead and pushed the advantage to 32-0 after three quarters.
Salem’s Austin Eastman threw for 160 yards, including a 15-yard touchdown pass to
The McLenithan Family & Drew would like to say Thank
You to everyone who made the 3rd Annual Kyle McLenithan Dan Jameson, but was intercepted three times.
Memorial Golf Tournament a fun “soggy day” anyways,
Climbs to $100
so many faces & smiles made the sun come out that day. I After sitting out the to face undefeated Granville (3-0).
would like to say a special “Thanks” for the people & busi-
opening week of the
nesses that made it happen.
season Old Man Upset
Corinth 33, Schuylerville 28
Windy Hills CC Taconic Timbers
American Legion #634 Cambridge Self Storage donned the pads for his
win over the homestanding Black Horses in a Friday night thriller.
Northland Foods O’Hearn’s Pharmacy 29th season and quickly
Marco Furforo displayed his winning
McLenithan Ed Griffen and scored on an 80-yard kickoff return while Schuylerville’s Brad Lyon ran for two
formula as he knocked
Kim McLenithan Haskell Beaver Ross touchdowns, both from the 1-yard line.
off a host of favorites.
Wayne Hoyt David Wilkie Lyon’s third 1-yard touchdown run, in the second quarter, staked Schuylerville to a
McKenna Haskell Equinox CC Only three entrants
20-14 halftime lead.
Sasha McLenithan Hoosick Falls CC were able to pick as
Charbonneau’s 22-yard touchdown pass to Phil Giordano gave the Tomahawks a 21-
Hailie McLenithan Mt. Anthony CC many as 12 of the 16
Nancy Krammer The “Bog”
20 advantage through three stanzas.
games on the schedule.
Warnke Family Tapping Trees The fourth quarter was even wilder than the preceding thirty-six minutes, as Schuy-
Utilizing the tie-breaker
Wayne Saunders A&M Printers lerville quarterback Austin Bateman connected with Steve Backus for a 21-yard touch-
Ed & Louise Fairbanks Corpe Busters
system it was deter- down that gave the Black Horses a 28-21 lead early in the stanza.
Terry Dyke Mattison Concrete mined that Larry Hunt of
Robin Gibbons Bentley Seeds Buskirk and Terry Slater Jensen. The Tomahawks went for the two-point conversion but came up short, leaving
Dick Bentley Pee Wee Football of Salem both with two the score at 28-27 in favor of the Black Horses.
Murray Hollow Todd McLenithan perfect scores will share
Enterprises Roger Holcomb After a fumble recovery, Corinth’s Evan Armstrong scored on a 3-yard touchdown
Jay’s Pizzeria Tim T-Bone Dwyer run to give the Tomahawks a hard-fought win.
R.H. Endee Electric Joel McLenithan second place prizes. Charbonneau ran for 205 yards and threw for two touchdowns while Bateman scam-
Dupuis Landscapes Supply Each will receive $25. pered for 170 and tossed one TD of his own.
Dupuis Dogs Livestock Eric Hunt of Buskirk Schuylerville (0-3) continues their hunt for victory number-one of the season when
Man of Kent Jean & Glen McLenithan with one perfecto wins
Kevin’s Sport Pub
they travel to Mechanicville (2-1) on Friday to take on the Red Raiders.
the $10 third prize.
Alexander & Wilson Inc.
Cambridge Auto Parts
The Bluegrass Band
The Purdy Family
We will add $50 to the Granville 33, Hoosic Valley 20
Tom Rose Construction Arlene Law jackpot bringing it up to SCHAGHTICOKE – Granville stayed perfect on the season with a Class C North Di-
Cambridge IGA Kate Endee $100. If any one player
Alan Wrigley Law Kristen Furforo submits a card with the The Golden Horde held a 25-0 halftime lead before the Indians managed three second
Gardenworks Willy Mattison correct results of all the half touchdowns to tighten things up.
Cambridge Subway Howard Law games on the schedule,
I apologize if I left any names out. Hope to see you all he or she could take 62 yards.
next year! home a check in the Tony Repp returned a fumble 57 yards for another Indian score.
McLenithan Family & Drew Haskell amount of $135. Good
luck! Schuylerville last week.
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