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T HIS WEEK ’ S
Q UOTE Residents
‘Once the game is over,
the king and the pawn go
back into the same box.’
A8-9 — OPINION
B1 — HOT SPOT
B4 — OBITS A jour ney ‘Into the Woods’ PZC DECISION
Matt Sanderson photo
B5 — RELIGION From the left are Jonathan Demers (Jack from “Jack and Beanstalk”), Jessica Van der Swaagh (witch), Elena Deluca (Little AT ISSUE
B6 — CALENDAR Red Riding Hood), Aimee-Rose Willet (Rapunzel), Nicholas Magrey (Rapunzel’s Prince), Nichole Given (Cinderella) and Erik
Peterson (Cinderella’s Prince) on stage last Thursday, July 16, for the opening night production of “Into the Woods,” a musi-
cal performed by the Little Theater on Broad Street last weekend. See story and more photos, page A4. BY MATT SANDERSON
VILLAGER STAFF WRITER
LOCAL BROOKLYN — A second appeal
against Brooklyn’s Wal-Mart appli-
Towns update growth plans
cation approval has been filed, this
time against the Planning and
Zoning Commission’s June 25
approval of the 162,000-square-foot
store on Route 6 and Providence
and Brickyard roads.
BY MATT SANDERSON plex factors tied to past, present mercial or industrial development, The appeal was filed last week in
VILLAGER STAFF WRITER
and future land use inside their open space preservation, agricul- Putnam Superior Court.
Killingly Woodstock, Thompson respective town borders. tural business, and new business; Residents listed as plaintiffs are
and Brooklyn are all currently in ,
Mainly it is an evaluation of how and many other societal, municipal Demetrios Pasiakos, Jeff Haines,
the process of updating their a town has grown and developed and economic factors. Maria Pasiakos and Lisa Arends.
respective Plans of Conservation over the past decade and how it Once towns go through a one- to They are being represented by
and Development with their plans to move ahead in those three-year process of meeting with Attorney Marjorie Shansky .
Planning and Zoning commissions. respects for the next decade. Some residents and members of all the According to court documents,
Every 10 years, all Connecticut of the factors include changes in vested interest groups that make the defendants for the case are the
Silly Circus cities and towns must go through
the process of updating their plans,
zoning regulations; increase or
decrease of town population, resi-
Wal-Mart Real Estate Business
Trust, FCR Realty LLC and the
Turn To PLANS, page A10
Days which coincides with many com- dential housing development, com- involved landowners, who are
Stanley B. Crawford, Susan J.
Crawford, Richard Chabot, Vasil
Caucuses nominating candidates
Therecka, Lisa Therecka, Wayne L.
Johnson, Theresa M. Johnson,
Agnes Cronin, Elizabeth Harrison,
SPOR TS Albert Sandholm and Cheryl
BY MATT SANDERSON July 21 to July 28 to nominate can- forms from their local registrars of The appeal claims that the plain-
VILLAGER STAFF WRITER
didates for vacancies on boards of voters and collect signatures from tiff parties are all “aggrieved” by
Quiet Corner towns are gearing selectmen, town councils and may- members of their party . the special permit application
up for the 2009 municipal election ors’ offices, as well as elected town To qualify for a primary run, approval because the actions of the
season, with caucuses in respective boards, such as education, finance these candidates must collect sig- Brooklyn Planning and Zoning
Democratic and Republican Town and planning. natures that equal 5 percent of the Commission were “illegal, arbi-
Committees taking off this week Local registrars of voters must registered party members in their ,
trary capricious and in abuse of its
into the next. have the completed candidate ros- town or district. These completed discretion.”
According to Nancy Nicolescu, ters for both parties filed by July petitions must be returned to their The appeal continues that the
director of communications and 29. Minor parties have until Sept. 2 local registrars by Aug. 12. commission “failed or refused to
to file a list of endorsed candidates Depending on how many candi- follow its own regulations, includ-
Lightning Flash legislative affairs at the State
ing citations of 12 of its sections
Elections Enforcement with their local town clerks. ,
dates qualify the towns then hold
page 7 Commission, the roughly 150 cities Members of the Republican and primary elections for all offices that are claimed to have been vio-
and towns that are holding Democratic parties who are not Sept. 15. lated. It also claims that the com-
November elections must follow a nominated by their local caucuses, There is still one more route for mission failed to follow mandates
stringent schedule. however, still have a chance to run. of Connecticut General Statutes.”
OUR BETTER NA TURE Local caucuses are held from They can obtain primary petition Turn To CAUCUSES, page A13 Turn To APPEAL, page A10
BIRDS GONE BALD
Transfer station use up
PAGE A8 THREE-DAY PASSES AVAILABLE
W HA T T O D O BY MATT SANDERSON incoming vehicles for current per-
A CALENDAR VILLAGER STAFF WRITER
mits on their windshields.
OF AREA EVENTS KILLINGLY — Since the Town He checks on an old Dell comput-
PAGE B6-7 Council chose Willimantic Waste er inside his entrance building that
as its operator in 2008, as well as has all the accounts, which is sepa-
V ILLAGE T RIVIA approved a three-trip $10 ticket for rated by residents and commercial
anyone, not just for yearly resi- clients, for those who use the trans-
What date is the middle day of dents, to use the transfer station, fer station. Skimming through
the year, in non-leap years? activity continues to thrive at the recent revenue, he said that last
Brickhouse Road site. ,
Tuesday July 14, the transfer sta-
Answer on page 2. Russ Borden, of Killingly works
, tion made $85, while on Saturday ,
three days a week at the transfer July 11, it made $467.
station from 8 a.m. to 3:15 p.m., and Matt Sanderson photo
sits at the entrance gate to check Turn To TRANSFER, page A13 The Killingly transfer station and recycling center are located on Brickyard Road.
A2 • Friday, July 24, 2009 KILLINGLY VILLAGER
Dupont collection recalls many memories VILLAGER ALMANAC
irst, a correction and my apolo- preparation was involved. Members
gies to Jeannette Desmarais. I had to set up their own radio commu- QUOTATION OF THE WEEK
inadvertently gave her the nications stations before the drill
wrong last name when thanking her
ILLINGLY began. That involved “assembling 50
for all her wonderful information AT 300 to 60 foot towers and providing hous- “The region’s changed a lot over
about the Dayville school that ing for their portable machinery in
appeared in the June 26 Killingly at tents.” He expected five separate sta- last 10 to 15 years, and it’ll continue
300 column. I’m sorry, Jeannette. tions to be set up on North Road and to change.”
Secondly, Ted Sabourin said that the MARGARET approximately 35 local operators to
butcher in Rogers was named Napp, WEAVER participate (Norwich Bulletin, June — John Filchak, executive director of the Northeast
not Mapp. He had a son Benny and a 27, 1981). Also included in that enve- Connecticut Council of Governments, talking about land use
daughter Frances. Does anyone know lope of clippings was a most interest- and economic factors pertaining to towns that are currently in
if they are still living? extracts from the article: “A donation ing map of the field day location. On the process of updating their plans of conservation and devel-
Has anyone heard of Lincoln Park, of 25,000 trading stamps from it was written “Chartier’s Private opment. Currently, Killingly, Brooklyn, Thompson and
a proposed housing development that Edmond Duby Sr., manager of the Airfield.” Does anyone remember Woodstock are working on their plans.
was mentioned in a 1906 Windham Foodarama Supermarket, has helped that and how long it was in use?
County Transcript? It was to be about boost the drive being conducted in Do any of you remember when the
a three-minute walk from the the area to provide for the purchase Golden Greek Restaurant, now locat-
Danielson borough line on Old of a Piper Cub aircraft for Rev. ed on Route 12 in the Attawaugan sec-
Furnace Road (probably East
Franklin Street). For those of you
Norman Mailloux of Danielson, who
leaves shortly to take up his mission-
tion of Killingly, was located in TOP 10 HARDCOVER FICTION
South Killingly during the early
who know Natalie Coolidge, she is in ary duties in Madagascar. The drive 1980s? The fact that the Attawaugan 1. The Help, Kathryn Stockett, Amy Einhorn
town on vacation and is working was initiated by Rev. Armand site was not far from the proposed 2. The Angel’s Game, Carlos Ruiz Zafón
with an interesting article in connec- Nadeau pastor of St. James Church. Frito-Lay facility and was nicely 3. Shanghai Girls, Lisa See
tion with that. Anyone with informa- … The campaign to date has netted located between Putnam and 4. A Short History of Women, Kate Walbert
tion please contact the Killingly some 1,500 books of stamps. A total of Danielson prompted owner Nick 5. Commencement, J. Courtney Sullivan
Historical Center. 4,000 are needed. … Any type of trad- Thanas to move to the Attawaugan 6. Finger Lickin’ Fifteen, Janet Evanovich
Several weeks ago the Killingly ing stamps are acceptable. A recent location several years later. 7. The Castaways, Elin Hilderbrand
Historical Center had the good for- teenage dance sponsored by the The Halls Hill Road facility that 8. Brooklyn, Colm Tóibín
tune to be the recipient of a fabulous Daughters of Isabella helped raise 83 formerly had housed Brunen’s 9. Swimsuit, James Patterson, Maxine Paetro
collection of newspaper clippings books of stamps, plus a sum of Restaurant and Bakery under the 10. The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane, Katherine
and articles from the estate of jour- .
money … Fr. Mailloux, a LaSallette ownership of Russell and Rose Howe
nalist Bernie Dupont through the missionary, will leave at the end of Brunen was home to a number of dif-
generosity of Bob Taber. Dupont had April to take up his new duties.” ferent restaurants during its life- The New England Independent Bestseller List, provided by
categorized clippings (and typed According to Natalie Coolidge’s time. In 1968, Joseph and Alice Wonderland Books, Putnam, for the week ending July 12
copies of articles he had written) Business Directory, Foodarama was Comtois purchased the building and
covering categories like civic organi- located on Route 12 south of opened The Meadow Steakhouse. By
zations, businesses, fires, special ded- Danielson and became Big Dollar. June 1971 it was operating as
ications and much more. It has Were you someone who patronized Perrini’s, and in 1983 it became the TOP 10 PAPERBACK FICTION
indeed been a treat browsing the Danielson-Putnam Twin Drive-In site of Custy’s II and by 1986 was
through the many Killingly for movies after it opened off Route Chantilly Place. Perhaps you remem- 1. Olive Kitteridge, Elizabeth Strout
envelopes. 12 in June 1967? Owned by Edward ber that South Killingly restaurant 2. The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society,
How many remember when the air- Lord of Norwich, it was considered when it was known as Horsefeathers Mary Ann Shaffer, Annie Barrows
port was opened in Danielson adja- very modern and up to date and the (ca. 1976). According to Joe Chauvin, 3. The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, Stieg Larsson
cent to Ellis Tech? A June 19, 1962, only dual-screen drive-in in under that ownership, the back end 4. The Elegance of the Hedgehog, Muriel Barbery
issue of The Evening Gazette stated Northeast Connecticut. An article of a 1957 Chevrolet was on the out- 5. Netherland, Joseph O’Neill
that the “Regional Airport … was that appeared while the theater was side wall. Of course, as Custy’s II, 6. The Art of Racing in the Rain, Garth Stein
open for business today … Arthur
. under construction noted that it which opened April 6, 1983, the 7. Sarah’s Key, Tatiana De Rosnay
Chartier, airport maintainer, is look- would have a capacity of 850 cars and restaurant was known for its “all- 8. The Shack, William P. Young
ing ahead to July 4 when a slambang would operate year round. During you-can-eat buffet,” which featured 9. My Sister’s Keeper, Jodi Picoult
Independence Day celebration will the winter there would be 450 heating lobster at the set price of $23.95. 10. Unaccustomed Earth, Jhumpa Lahiri
include dedication of the new field as units available and films would be Perhaps you even remember attend-
part of the program.” I’m sure many shown only on weekends (Dupont ing a Killingly class reunion at one of The New England Independent Bestseller List, provided by
area residents fondly remember collection, unidentified paper, June the above restaurants. [Norwich Wonderland Books, Putnam, for the week ending July 12
Alton Aldrich, director of Harvard 19, 1966; June 1967). Does anyone Bulletin, Feb. 9, 1980, April 7, 1983;
H. Ellis Regional Technical School, remember movies that were shown Sunday Telegram & Gazette, April 7,
who was one of the prime advocators at this drive-in? 1983, Oct. 31, 1985 (both Dupont
of the airfield, which tied in nicely How many remember when the Collection); Coolidge, Natalie, AT THE AUDUBON
with the airframe and air mechani- Puritan Clothing Store was located Killingly Business Directory 1708- Week of July 6:
cal departments at the school. Cost of on the lower end of Main Street and 2008.] Bird sightings this week at Connecticut Audubon and
the airport was estimated to be was managed by Angelo Palazzo, or Remember to share stores and pic- Wyndham Land Trust properties in the northeast corner of
“slightly more than half a million when it was severely damaged by fire tures with family, friends and the Connecticut: Wood Thrush, Prairie Warbler, White-eyed
dollars.” (Notice the newspaper was in 1970? Fortunately, firemen were Killingly Historical Center. Vireo, Blue-winged Warbler, Pine Warbler, Eastern Kingbird,
The Evening Gazette. How many able to contain the blaze and keep it
Bluebird, Tree Swallow.
remember both morning and from spreading to the adjacent stores Margaret M. Weaver is the Killingly
evening editions of newspapers?) — the Sunshine Card Shop and municipal historian. Special thanks
Some of you may recall that sever- Bonneville’s Pharmacy (Dupont col- to Joe Chauvin, Lynn LaBerge, Ted
al weeks ago I mentioned that Green lection, unidentified paper, May 5, Sabourin, Jeannette Desmarais and
Stamps were being collected for the 1970). Natalie Coolidge. Special thanks to QUOTE &TRIVIA
Rev. Mailloux of St. James, who was Are any of you “ham” radio opera- Bob Taber for the Dupont Collection.
headed to the missionary field in tors? Do you recall the 1981 ‘field day’ For additional information, visit the Front Page Quote— Italian proverb
Madagascar. How excited Lynn that was held in East Killingly when Killingly Historical Center from 10
LaBerge and I were when she found the Eastern Connecticut Amateur a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday or Saturday Trivia Answer: July 2. There are 182 days before the date
an article about the topic in the Radio Association conducted its (or by appointment) or online at and 182 after it.
Dupont collection. A March 9, 1966, annual emergency preparedness www.killinglyhistory.org. The center
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A4 • Friday, July 24, 2009 KILLINGLY VILLAGER
Legislature overrides seven of Rell’s vetoes
PUTNAM ARMORY DECISION STANDS
BY MATT SANDERSON “Of course, there is no question that the forecasting process, help protect Long Island get — yet they have approved a new $1 billion
VILLAGER STAFF WRITER
SustiNet bill is one of the highlights of the Sound from environmental threats and spending program without providing a way
HARTFORD — As the state continues to veto session,” State Senate President Pro address skyrocketing health care costs.” to pay for it. The simple fact is that the fami-
operate without a 2009-’10 budget, the gover- Tempore Donald Williams (D-Brooklyn) said Some of the overridden vetoes included a lies and employers of Connecticut cannot
nor and the General Assembly continue to be in a statement. “Anthem’s recent proposal to bill to give the governor more power in the afford the new taxes that will be required by
at odds, whether it be with budget discus- increase rates by an average of 23 percent future in forecasting the state budget, a bill to this new program.”
sions or proposed legislation. should be a reminder to everyone that the sta- establish a Bi-state Long Island Sound One of the more local vetoes, one turning
On Monday July 20, the Democratic-con-
, tus quo isn’t acceptable, not for families and Commission to review important environ- the state-owned Putnam Armory building
trolled Legislature overrode seven of the 20 not for business.” mental and ecological issues regarding the back to the town, stands upheld. For now, the
vetoes by Republican Gov. M. Jodi Rell, on a Williams reiterated that costs most be con- loss of oxygen in the water bordering the building remains under state jurisdiction.
historic day that tied a number of vetoes trolled while improving access and growing Connecticut and New York, and another bill The armory building, which was originally
made in 1992, according to reports. jobs. that requires a large regional water and owned by the town, served as the home base
During Rell’s first five years as governor “The passage of the SustiNet bill will help sewer authority to be treated as a state for soldiers from the National Guard’s 250th
receiving a total of three veto overrides, the Connecticut do this and prepare for national agency on questions regarding affirmative ,
Engineer Company a bridging unit, until
seven overrides on Monday more than dou- reform that President Obama and Congress action and discrimination complaints. 2007. The unit then moved to the New London
bled the cumulative total. are working on right now,” he said. Rell said she vetoed those 20 bills, includ- Armory in order to be closer to its equipment
One of the biggest veto overrides allowed a All told, there were 89 Republican votes, ing the Democratic budget passed in special housed in East Lyme.
nine-member board to begin drafting the out- both in the House and Senate, to override session, “because they had unacceptable fis- The town plans to continue pursuing own-
lines for the SustiNet universal health care Rell’s vetoes. Not since 1974 — when they cal impacts or represented poor public poli- ,
ership of the property while local legislators
system, which would allow small businesses, overrode seven vetoes in 1992 and nine in cy.” hope the particular land conveyance bill
nonprofit agencies and municipalities to join 1974 — has the Legislature been successful in In a statement, she said, “While I am comes back to discussion in special session.
the state’s health insurance pool. However, overriding so many gubernatorial votes. pleased that 13 of my 20 vetoes were not chal-
that outlined board will have to wait as Rell “Today was a historic day for families and lenged or were upheld, including the health Matt Sanderson may be reached at (860) 928-
prevailed during the day after a following
, businesses across Connecticut,” added care pooling bill, I remain particularly con- 1818, ext. 110, or by e-mail at matt@vil-
controversial vetoed health care “pooling” Williams. “The Legislature took action to cerned about the fiscal impact of the lagernewspapers.com.
bill failed by one vote when one Democratic improve Connecticut’s transportation infra- SustiNet bill. The Democrats in the
senator was absent for the vote. structure, remove politics from the budget Legislature have not passed a biennial bud-
Audience is taken ‘Into the Woods’
ON BROAD STREET
BY MATT SANDERSON
VILLAGER STAFF WRITER
KILLINGLY — The giant that Jack
slayed wreaked havoc on Cinderella’s
kingdom, while her wicked sisters
had their eyes poked out by crows
when the glass slipper fit. Rapunzel
waited in the tower for her brave
prince to rescue her, only to become
complaining and easily frightened
once she was free. Her mother, a
wicked witch, gave up her magical
powers for human qualities of beauty .
Whenever one of these fairy tale Here are some scenes from “Into the
characters had to investigate what Woods,” by James Lepine, a musical
was wrong in the kingdom, they had that was performed last weekend by
to venture Into the Woods, as the the Little Theater on Broad Street.
appropriately-titled Little Theater on
Broad Street musical captured the duction went.”
laughter, hearts and imaginations of Tickets to the production were $8
many last weekend during its produc- for adults and $5 for children. All pro-
tion. ceeds go back to the Parks and
The play was directed by Adam Recreation Department budget.
Van der Swaagh and the music was There were 42 cast members for
directed by Carol Rosetti. The show is Into the Woods, with 20 of them being
written by James Lepine and music prominent adult roles, while the
is written by Stephen Sondheim. other minor roles were played by
Into the Woods is an alternative to enthusiastic and talented children of
the traditional outcome of the fabled Above: Nichole Givens
the Little Theater on Broad Street. (Cinderella) and Erik Peterson
fairy tales, where the characters are ,
Nicholas Magrey who played
all looking for something more in (Cinderella’s Prince and the
Rapunzel’s Prince, provided quirky wolf) sang and acted in the
their lives, something that they think humor with his character, as he and
will fulfill an aching need they each musical “Into the Woods” by
Erik Peterson, who played James Lepine.
have. However, wishes came true, yet Cinderella’s Prince, sang top-notch
they happen like a double-edged Magery said Into the Woods was a
pieces throughout the play while in great experience and would like to will be performing Neil
sword, with the power to hurt as well search for their loves and dealing work with the cast again. Simon’s Rumors from Friday ,
as help. with their current relationships. “I made so many new friendships,” ,
Aug. 21, to Sunday Aug. 23. It
Watching how each character per- “It got better and better,” he said as he said. “That show is one of my is a Relay For Life benefit.
severed in the face of his or her own the production nights went on after favorites, and being able to do it with Tickets are $10.
disappointments captured the beauty ,
opening night last Thursday July 16. some of these people was fantastic.” For more information, call
of the show. “I’ve been acting since I was about 10. Jessica Van der Swaagh added that, the theater at 779-5390.
“The cast was incredible,” said I’ve been in many shows, but I’ve
Jessica Van der Swaagh, assistant due to popular demand, they will per-
never been in a cast that bonded so form Into the Woods for the Matt Sanderson may be
director. “We did bring over 700 peo- well. Everyone was cast so well. It was Thompson school system in early reached at (860) 928-1818, ext.
ple this weekend, which is a great tri- difficult. The music was tough, so it September. 110, or by e-mail at matt@vil-
umph for our program. Adam and I was tough for us, but it wasn’t ever The Little Theater on Board Street lagernewspapers.com.
were very pleased with how the pro- stressful.”
The Last Green Valley Launches Membership Drive
The Last Green Valley (TLGV) has launched a new member drive with a goal of doubling the organization’s
membership to 1200 by the end of September. TLGV is a true grassroots organization that depends on the
active participation of members to develop and direct its programming. Kristy Coporale played the Baker’s Wife during last
In launching the membership drive, Charlene Perkins Cutler, Executive Director and CEO said, “We could weekend’s production of “Into the Woods,” by
James Lepine. Rapunzel was played by Aimee-Rose
not do our work to preserve and protect the natural, scenic and cultural resources of the region without Willett who was trapped in the tower during the
engaged and active members. Our members participate on many committees and subcommittees, volunteer day, while the Baker’s Wife snipped some of her
at our programs and awareness events, and participate in a series of monthly programs. They provide direc- long, flowing golden hair.
tion for program implementation.”
Membership in The Last Green Valley starts at $25 for individuals and $45 for families. Benefits of mem-
Invitations to monthly member-only programs,
events and activities throughout the region.
A quarterly newsletter, The Voice of the Valley, and
guides to area attractions, events, hiking trails, and
Access to land use, historical and natural resource
The privilege to attend membership, board and com-
mittee meetings and to vote for board members.
Family participation in The Acorn Club’s special
activities for children 12 and under.
All members of the organization receive a complimen-
tary reusable shopping bag made from recycled materi-
als that includes The Last Green Valley logo. Monthly-
member only programs include guided river paddles,
tours of historic commons and buildings, nature hikes
and outings, museum tours, farm tours and much more.
Increased giving-level memberships include additional
The Last Green Valley invites local residents to con-
sider membership by calling 860-774-3300 to receive
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KILLINGLY VILLAGER Friday, July 24, 2009 • A5
Does that bird have a mohawk? WHAT IS IT?
Birds gone bald
ast week I was trying out on birds. When they
the 18x optical zoom on my feed, they destroy the
new Lumix camera. I shafts of feathers. Birds
snapped a few shots of a thuggish preen to get rid of these
Common Grackle shoveling seed buggers, but they can’t
out of our birdfeeder. When I reach their heads with
zoomed in on the camera’s dis- their beaks. Thus it is
play, I noticed its hideous head the most vulnerable
(see photo). Turkey vultures spot and probably the
cause of balding,
according to Mark
OUR Monroe, a biologist at
BETTER the Hawk Mountain
Sanctuary in CONTEST ENTRY FORM July 24, 2009
I asked Linda Ruth, a Deadline: July 29, 2009
BET retired veterinarian and
ZIMMERMAN friend in Coventry,
about my unattractive
visitor. She, too, sus-
pected molting or para- Photo by Bet Zimmerman My guess for this week's photo is: _________________
don’t have feathers on their sites. She noted that This mangy looking Common Grackle (Quiscalus quiscu-
heads, but I was not expecting to some forms of ring- la) was spotted emptying a Woodstock birdfeeder in July.
see a denuded head on another worm attack only the
species. It is not a good look for a head, but there are usu- Answer to last week’s photo: Cargill Falls
bird. ally crusty patches as well. balding could also be associated
with some environmental or River Mill Plaza sign in Putnam
Apparently every year, people (Despite the name, ringworm is a
report cases of bald-headed birds fungus, not a worm. Some forms nutritional factor. With regard to
at their feeders — typically Blue of ringworm can also infect the cause, “No one knows for
Jays and Northern Cardinals, humans.) “A rare autoimmune sure, and the condition has not
and sometimes grackles. There disease called Pemphigus has been well studied,” say the Who wants $25 cash in their pocket? Anyone?
are a couple of possible explana- also been known to cause this, Project Web site. “Fortunately,
tions for this phenomenon, but, again, there are usually new head feathers grow in within The Villager has it to give.
a few weeks. “ Otherwise, if this
according to the Web site for crusts and sores,” she said.
grackle were a male, he might
Enter ‘What is It?’ now for your chance to win!
Project FeederWatch, a research “This bird reminds me of a cat
and education project of Cornell I treated once,” recalled Linda. have a tough time snagging
“chicks” next breeding season. Name________________________________________
Lab of Ornithology and Bird “The cat was completely bald
Studies Canada. from the neck up. I couldn’t
Bet Zimmerman is a certified Address______________________________________
Since most bald birds are seen imagine what in the world had
in the summer and the fall, the caused it. It turns out that the environmental professional and a State_______Zip_______ Telephone#_____________
molting process may have mal- owner was a beautician. Her 4- member of the Woodstock
Conservation Commission. Please mail your entry form to the Villager Newspapers, PO Box 196, Woodstock, CT 06281,
functioned. Molting is replace- year-old daughter was imitating attn: Editor, or drop off to the office at Faire Place at 283 Route 169/171 in
ment of feathers. “Many of these mommy doing a perm on some- Archived articles are at
www.ourbetternature.org. For Woodstock, in front of the Woodstock Fairgrounds. You may also fax your entry to
strange-looking birds may be one’s hair. She somehow got a (860) 928-5946. All photos are of sights seen in and around Brooklyn, Killingly, Putnam,
juveniles undergoing their first hold of some perm solution, care- more information on Project
FeederWatch, see Thompson, Woodstock, Pomfret and Eastford. Responses must identify the subject and
prebasic molt, which produces fully wrapped a towel around the where it can be seen. Answers will be given the following week in the Putnam Villager,
the first winter adult plumage. cat’s neck (just like mommy) and h t t p : / / w w w. b i rd s. c o r n e l l . e d u /
Thompson Villager and Woodstock Villager. At the end of each month, all entry forms with
For some unknown reason, the poured the stuff on the poor cat’s pfw/Overview/whatispfw.htm.
the correct answer will be included in a random drawing. One lucky winner will receive $25!
bald birds may have dropped all head. I’ll never know how she One entry per person, please. Good luck!
of their head feathers at once,” avoided blinding the cat, but it
notes the Web site. “Staggered was fine. Its fur grew back in
feather replacement is the nor- about three months.“
mal pattern.” It’s not clear to me why the phe-
The avian unsightliness might nomenon is not seen much on
also be due to an attack of para- other bird species, since most
sites. Feather mites or lice are birds have feather mites and lice.
tiny arthropods commonly found Project FeederWatch says bird
Dr. Cristian Dumitriu, D.M.D.
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QVCC exceeds annual WOODSTOCK ACADEMY HONOR ROLL
fund-raising goal FOURTH QUARTER: Danielle Derrico, Nicole Favreau, Jeni
Fillmore, Michael Martin, Charles Mauro,
Dougherty, Megan Dryburgh, Holly Dubois,
Chelsea Duhaime, Austin Dziki, Sara Facer,
GRADE 12 Emily Navarro, Justin Paprota, Alicia Danielle Fortin, Nicole Gugliotti, Tyler
High honors: Tiana Almquist, Joseph Ploughman, Samantha Quirk, Sarah Smith Hawes, Kaitlynn Holmes, Caleb
DANIELSON — At the QVCC Foundation Barlow, Mary Bartolotta, Chelsea Berris, and Emily Swenson. Honeychurch, Rebecca Incera, Jessica
Celebration June 16, Monique C.K. Wolanin, Sarah Bober, Caitlin Borowy, Michael Bove, Honors: Megan Audet, Richard Baker, Jarrett, Jessica Korytkowski, Amanda
director of college development, announced Erica Brimberry, Rachael Budd, Tyler John Bartolotta, Andrew Bentley, Andrew Lamoureux, Katelyn Martin, Brady
the QVCC Foundation exceeded its 2008-2009 Campbell, Amanda Carpenter, Nicole Bove, Alyssa Broga, Kalina Calderone, Matteau, Kelsey McConnell, Ryan Melville,
fund-raising goal by more than $110,000. Champney, William Charron, Chelsea Cassandra Canniff, Shaylah Carbone, Ashley Merlo, Laura Mustis, Alison
This ended the fiscal year having raised Contre, Samantha Corden, Kelsey Marina Cinami, Scott Converse, Alexandra Navarro, Shea Ogle, Shannon Papuga,
$390,000 for local students. Cunningham, Saige Dupont, Joseph Copeland, Zacharia El-Samin, Timothy Rachel Perkins, Annaleise Peterson,
“In these tough economic times,” Wolanin Fiorenza, Scott Gaudreau, Kianne Gaylor, Fogarty, Hillary Fundin, Mikayla Gagnon, Andrea Plucenik, Vladislav Radchenko,
said, “thanks to the generosity of our friends Andrew Geragotelis, Siana Green, Rebecca Lindsay Gardner, Kayla Garibay-Presa, Joelle Reyes, Marianne Reznik, Avery
and neighbors, we were able to provide Hall, Benjamin Hallowell, Ashley Chelsea Glover, Ryan Graham, Rochelle Schena, Anne Spada, Andrew St. Jean,
$135,000 to students who live and work right Hammond, Sarah Hart, April Herleikson, Graveline, Michael Green, Arthur Guerra, Rebecca Stafford, Anja Stark, Anna
here in Northeastern Connecticut. We have Eric Howard, Thomas Hull, Alyssa Catharine Halpin, Erik Hazelton, Marc Sullivan, Kerribeth Szolusha, Justina
Hunsaker, Chelsea Hustus, Keri Hustus, Hoffower, Melissa Incera, Kaitlyn Kenney, Thoma, Carl Underwood, Bailey Wilber,
provided $80,000 in scholarships, $45,000 in
Jessica Johnson, Matthew Jones, Lauren Jessica Lamey, Jessica Little, Tyler Luppi, Zachary Wilcox, Blake Willis, Jessica
financial aid grants and $10,000 in grants for Komorowski, Meredith Leo, Bethany Lyon, Victoria Masiello, Rachael Matty, Nicholas Wilson, Meagan Zadziejko and Jacob Zinn.
non-credit job-focused training during this Brittany Mantha, Christopher McGinn, McCoy, Hannah McMerriman, Lacy Milano, Recognition: Cori Bailey, Alison Berquist,
past year.” Andrea Nault, Casey Papuga, Christina Alexander Owen, Mariah Rae, Katherine Hailey Blackmer, Todd Blodgett, Kevin
QVCC President Dianne Williams Radlo, Shevaun Reddy, Olivia Richman, Randall, Maya Rogers-Bursen, Evan Bonitz, Samantha Boyle, Kayla Brooks,
expressed her appreciation for the Victoria Roy, Sarah Savoie, Meredith Rollins, Mary Roto, Emily Sachs, Emma Julia Budd, Kelsey Crawford, Jennifer
Foundation’s great year. Sbordy, Suzanne Slater, Shelley St. Jean, Sconzo, John Sherman, Chelsea Sondak, DiLuciano, Tyler Dort, Kevin
“We are truly blessed here in northeast Ashley St. Martin, Edward Straub, Ashlee Stevens, Elizabeth Stever, Megan Fenstermacher, Joyce Fountain, Jacob
Connecticut,” she said. “The community sup- Jonathan Trudeau, Hope Wayman and Stone, Sarah Szela, Maya Tarabishy, Emily Harder, Kiona Hebert, Mckenzie Johns,
ports our students in so many ways … Kiley Zurowski. Tetreault, Julia Thayer, Christopher Walsh, Cassandra Johnson, Emily Looby, Robert
through the Foundation’s annual appeal, Honors: Ian Andersen, Sarah Benkowski, Kyle Wickiser, Meghan Wright and Melanie Manifold, Michael McLean, Audrey Miner,
sponsorships and participation in our annu- Tracy Benson, Colin Billings, Danielle Young. Isabelle Motley, Autumn Putnam and Emily
al golf tournament and online auction, and Blackmer, Julie Blais, Alexander Bly, Recognition: Christopher Abissi, Holly Serio.
Lauren Bousquet, Bria Bristol, Katie Bartomioli, Annalicia Berard, Kristo GRADE 9
by donating time and services. To exceed the
Cataldo, Devon Conroy, Graham Cooper, Bolano, Mirella Collett, Jessica Cornman- High honors: Molly Archambault, Michael
goal shows the community’s belief in educa- Caitlin Coyle, Melanie Desrosier, Erika Homonoff, Marissa Cutting, Craig Dunn, Delpapa, Kaitlyn Fenton,
tion as a means of transforming lives and Enderle, Jeffrey Fagnant, Christopher Emma Folsom, Mackenzie Garry, Nicholas Jeremy Geragotelis, Victoria Gunderson,
improving our community .” Favreau, Thomas Fenstermacher, Robert Giovanni, Katarina Glover, Joseph Heeps, Rachael Hickey, Emily Lamarre,
Some college facts are: Goodno, Ashleigh Jones, Bridget Kesling, Jeffrey Higgins, Brohen Krsulic, Jacqueline Samantha Loos, Andrew Markes, Stefanie
• $3,800 is the cost of tuition, books and fees Amanda King, Stephanie Kryzak, Roseanna Kulig, Ross Lincoln, Alissa Lingard, Orn, Travis Osborn, Galina Radchenko, Ian
for one year at QVCC. LaFleur, Jeff Lajoie, Melissa LePage, Kyle Anneliese Mahoney, Katherine March, Selig, Rachel Solomon, Ian Sorenson and
• 1,800 credit-earning students attend Livernoche, Corina Lugo, Derek Lukin, Christopher Meade, Kyle Morin, David Amanda Wedegis.
QVCC. Zachary Lussier, Joseph Marchand, Kari Musto, Henry Nickerson, Brandon Nicoll, Honors: Samuel Beckwith, Jacklyn
• 75 percent, or 1,350, of them are employed Martyniak, Effie Merrill, Brittany Miskell, Veronica Norman, Eric Ouellet, Bellanceau, Danielle Bourgeois, Alexis
locally. Kyle Notis, Amanda Nowak, William Melissa Pelletier, Sean Powers, Olga Brierley, Genevieve Cohen, Dakota
• 50 percent, or 900, QVCC students qualify Pasquariello, Chelsea Pope, Jon Potrzeba, Radchenko, Keith Ringuette, Erin Shea, Cournoyer, Catherine Dee, Cody DeGray,
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The QVCC Foundation was founded in Sarah Ullrich, Sean Vincent and Colin Boucher, Haley Breen, Jessica Brown, Thomas Green, Luke Hallowell, Aideen
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Hustus, Senick named athletes of the year
BY BENJAMIN R. KIPP coaching Senick as an assistant this past year and an all-Eastern ball. The sport she played the least he said. “She came in and played
VILLAGER SPORTS CORRESPONDENT
and head coach, summed up the Connecticut Conference performer (volleyball) ended up being her best there, and when you can do that at
WOODSTOCK — For former coaches’ decision. in the large division in basketball sport. the shortstop position, that’s huge.
Woodstock Academy seniors Keri “Breaking the school scoring for the past three years. “I thought it was an honor, and I It was a great thing as a coach.
Hustus and Kyle Senick, their ath- record, scoring 1,000 points and Even though Senick has the was really excited about it,” Hustus She’s been at shortstop for the past
letic careers couldn’t have ended being one other male to do it in the school points record, winning as a said. “I actually didn’t even know 83 games.”
on a better note. ,
school’s history I think that did it,” team was the only thing that mat- there was such an award.” “I kind of felt thankful to the
At a recent senior awards ban- said Smith. tered. “Keri had an outstanding four- coaches over the year who had
quet, Hustus and Senick were Senick finished the season with “It wouldn’t have been possible year career at Woodstock helped me become the person I am
named the female/male athletes of 1,195 total points — a long way from without my teammates. Basketball ,”
Academy said Dave Walley cur- , ,”
today said Hustus.
the year, respectively Hustus was, the seven varsity points he scored and soccer weren’t individual rent basketball head coach and “She was the most coachable kid
by far, a hands-down “no-brainer” his freshman year. sports. In basketball someone had softball head coach. “As a basket- I’ve had in the last 10 years,” said
for the coaches that selected her, “If a kid scores 1,000 points at the to pass me the ball for me to score,” ball player, she played junior varsi- .
Walley “Whatever the coach or the
but on the male side, Senick wasn’t ,
Academy that’s a heck of a mile- said Senick. ty her freshman year, then played a team needed, she was right here
an easy choice. Nelson Laskowski stone. He just made himself better Senick will be attending Eastern little bit of varsity her sophomore willing to do that as hard as she
and Kevin “Spike” Gebeault every year,” said Smith. Connecticut State University and year, and then her junior and could, and you couldn’t really ask
excelled for the past two seasons in “I wanted my name on the ban- will try out for basketball. senior year she stepped into a start- anything more from her.”
track at the pole vault events, while ner at the top of the list for scoring Hustus never took a season off. ing role.” Even with her athletic success,
Mike Berthiaume was a three-sport 1,000 points,” Senick said. “I was She began her freshman year play- In softball, Walley put her at she also excelled in the classroom.
athlete — which didn’t make things excited that my name was called. ing soccer, basketball and softball, shortstop her freshman year and She was named as a scholar athlete
easier for the coaches. This kind of capped it all off for a but in her next three years, she never looked back. as well. She will be attending
Head basketball coach Greg great senior year.” switched from soccer to volleyball “I didn’t have to worry about the Gordon College in Wenham, Mass.,
Smith, who had the privilege of Senick was an all-state in soccer and continued basketball and soft- shortstop position for four years,” and will be playing volleyball.
Brooklyn Lightning flash-forward to state sectionals
BY BENJAMIN R. KIPP already posting a 4-0 record. Trahan is 2-0 and
VILLAGER SPORTS CORRESPONDENT
Kara Mayhew is 1-0. Of the seven games,
BROOKLYN — The Brooklyn Lightning three were shut-outs, with two no-hitters (one
certainly found their flash. These 9- and 10- by Trahan against CLSFC on June 26, and the
year-old girls are on their way to the state second one was a Sauvageau and Mayhew
softball sectionals. combination no-hitter against Norwich July
Getting there wasn’t easy but they made it
, 3). The third was a perfect game, a combina-
look that way This group of all-stars from the
. tion win against Killingly July 9.
minor and major league Brooklyn youth soft- “They’re [Sauvageau and Trahan] our
ball program combined to make up the team number one and number two pitchers.
that has trampled the competition to date. Without them, I’m not sure if we would have
Their name fits them to a T. won the district,” said Carpenter.
“We were talking about it at practice one Mayhew may be Carpenter’s most versatile
time, and one of the girls suggested it and it team member, playing multiplying positions.
just sort of caught on,” Lightning head coach When she isn’t pitching, she’s usually play-
Allan Carpenter said regarding the name. “It ing shortstop, first base or left field.
was the kids’ idea. They liked it and they just “She’ll take the position of either Shay or
grabbed it.” Courtney when they are pitching,” he said.
To start their “all-star” pool play the team
, Sabrina Brunelle was the team’s leadoff
went undefeated over the six games to earn hitter. Brunelle did a tremendous job as the
the right to play the Thompson team for the leadoff hitter, at a minimum getting on base
District 11 championship, which the in every game and even scoring at least one
Lightning won 9-2. Teams from Thompson, run in every game the all-stars played in.
CLFSC (Columbia, Lebanon, Franklin, “She’s a fast runner, a good athlete,”
Sprague and Canterbury) Norwich, Jewett Carpenter said. “She does everything she’s
City Killingly and Woodstock all had all-star
, asked and more. I can’t say enough about her
teams. as an athlete.”
“I had a pretty strong feeling they could do Even though some wins have been relative- Courtesy photo
it,” said Carpenter. “Last year, the girls went ,
ly easy Carpenter knows that the farther the Pictured left to right are coach Colleen Guari, Alexa Pearson, Shay Sauvageau, Sabreina Brunelle, Cara
3-2 and the team was made up of mostly 9- team goes into the state level of play the, Mayhew, Courtney Trahan, Cassie Caron, Cassie Brown, Samantha Watson, manager Alan Carpenter, Jordan
year-olds, so this year I felt pretty confident harder the team has to work. Bennett, Nalyn Souriyamath, Sydney Guari and Ava Crescimanno.
that we could win the pool and possibly the “We have to take one game at a time,” he
district championship.” said, “and play these teams hard and see how
Courtney Trahan and Shay Sauvageau it goes. The kids have worked really hard
have been Carpenter’s “go-to” girls this sea- from day one, and they need to continue that
son. in order to be successful in the state tourna-
“They’re both good pitchers; they’re both ment.”
good fielders; they’re both good hitters,” The Lightning finds out July 23 where,
Carpenter said. “They play AAU and Little when and who they play to determine who
League, so they’re playing all the time. will continue on toward a state champi-
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OPINION Opinion and commentary from the Quiet Corner
day on the
o we climb mountains
CHILINSKI BIRD JR. because they are there?
PRESIDENT & EDITOR -AT- LARGE Or is there a deeper rea-
PUBLISHER son? Is the challenge of taxing
our muscles, our stamina, and
STEPHANIE JARVIS our temperament worth the
EDITOR pain of scampering over boul-
ders for hours?
a nice assort-
within a few
Cronkite a hours’ drive,
haul out the
fill a back-
NANCY WEISS get out on
the trails to
leaves void own experience.
Last weekend our neighbors
organized a two-family excur-
sion to Jaffrey, N.H., to climb
Mt. Monadnock. The pinnacle,
a breathtaking 3,165 feet up, is
t’s used entirely too often, that word “icon.”
reached after a muscle-stretch-
Which is why it almost seemed like an insult
ing trek of a couple of hours.
to hear it bestowed upon Walter Cronkite, a
Our group of 11, ranging in
TV news anchor whose grace and dignity remain
age from early 20s to early 70s,
unparalleled in that medium.
was fitted out in everything
He was, in truth, a legend.
from well-worn hiking boots to
Cronkite, who died last week at the age of 92,
a pair of fashionable high-tops.
retired from television news more than two
The view is worth the climb.
decades ago — enough time, it would seem, for
The trails are strewn with
someone else to, if not carry it any great lengths,
stony rubble, random icy
at least light the torch and have it ready to be
streams and lots of people. Mt.
passed on to some other brilliant newscaster.
Monadnock is second only to
Yet that torch remains unlit.
Mt. Fuji in terms of being the
Oh, there are and have been quite capable men
second most climbed moun-
in the field. Tom Brokaw, Brian Williams, Peter
tain in the world. At times we
Jennings, Charles Gibson. Others, too.
were part of a human chain
All of them would consider it the ultimate
moving spasmodically toward
honor to be compared to Cronkite, whose trust-
ing voice and unwavering commitment to the
truth reassured a nation during some of its most
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR the top. The park ranger told
us of that nearly 1,000 people
had paid to take to the trails, so
tumultuous and interesting moments.
our sense of not being alone
The most lasting image, of course, is of a visi-
bly shaken Cronkite, taking off his glasses on air
as he grasps with the dark reality of the news he Conrad: Regulations must not hurt community banks Mt. Monadnock is a bare, iso-
lated mountain that has long
has just delivered — that a young President John
tugged on the imagination of
F. Kennedy had been assassinated. To the Editor: agency would separate consumer protection from New Englanders. Emerson and
While he hadn’t been behind a news desk in safety and soundness supervision. That means Thoreau visited the place and
years, so long as he was alive there was a link to Over the years, the interests of taxpayers and our more costs and complications, and that would mean found inspiration in both the
a time in television news long gone by A time economy have been placed behind those of a few fewer affordable options for everything from home sheer beauty of the mountain
when you could utter the words “media” and giant financial conglomerates. It was only in the mortgages to credit cards to installment loans. and the way humans and
“trust” in the same sentence and not elicit fits of wake of the financial markets crisis that policy- Without intending to, the proposed Consumer mountains seem to need each
laughter. A time when our nation’s leaders — makers could no longer ignore what seemed so Financial Protection Agency would punish con- other. After all, if a mountain
world figures — actually gauged their perfor- obvious to the rest of us. sumers for the largest financial institutions’ mis- isn’t climbed, is it really a
mance on how a newsman reacted. It was once Now the Obama administration has a plan that takes. mountain at all?
famously reported that Lyndon Johnson said of will help ensure that we don’t repeat the errors that A better direction: Streamline overly complicated The people climbing the
the Vietnam War, “If I’ve lost Cronkite, I’ve lost caused the current financial crisis. But parts of the and ineffective banking regulations. Today’s long, mountain were a mixed group.
Middle America.” plan, however well intentioned, would harm our mandatory disclosures in bureaucratic and lawyer Some were very fit and liked to
That a president, in this day and age, would economy if adopted. language do more to confuse than inform con- show off by striding ahead,
hold a member of the media in such reverence is Without a doubt, we need to do something to sumers. We community bankers believe in making leaping from boulder to boul-
unimaginable. In truth, the media of which reduce the risk that too-big-to-fail institutions pose sure consumers have the information they need to der with utter aplomb. Others
Cronkite was once a part has long been dead. to our financial system. The largest financial insti- understand banking products and services, because looked as if they spent more
There are moments where it flickers, capable tutions should hold more capital reserves to cush- the best-informed consumers tend to bank with us. time in front of the TV than
news anchors and other journalists who refuse to ion against potential losses, and they — not taxpay- However, this proposed agency would go in the outdoors. Most were under 50
sacrifice ethics and integrity for “the story.” ers — should bear the costs for the extra risks they opposite direction — complicating rather than sim- and over age 3 or 4, but not all.
Fiercely loyal to his ideals, Cronkite certainly create. They should pay more for federal deposit plifying our consumer protections. One weary mother hauled a lit-
had his detractors. Among newsmen, however, insurance and finance an additional reserve fund to By implementing new measures to regulate giant tle one all the way up and all
there was nothing about his convictions and protect taxpayers. financial firms and reduce the risks they pose, the way down on her back.
standards to be ridiculed. While the administration supports reforms for Congress can begin restoring the citizens’ faith in The oldest member of our
In the wake of his death, there were no memo- tighter regulation of large institutions, it backs one our financial system. Any new regulatory regime group recalled meeting a man
rials, no mass gatherings outside his home, no idea — a Consumer Financial Protection Agency — should fix those too-big-to-fail institutions while not and his granddaughter on the
overnight vigils. There needn’t be. that would undermine small community banks and hurting the community banks that didn’t con- trail up Mt. Washington. The
Cronkite’s passing deserved to be observed and could cause more harm than good. tribute to the current economic crisis. Let’s get it man was 80 and every year he
reported on with the same quiet dignity and rev- Community bankers agree that we need to safe- right for the long term. Future generations of made the hike with one of his
erence with which he approached his job. guard consumers from abusive and improper prac- Americans are counting on us. grandchildren. He hoped to do
And that’s the way it was. tices. After all, community banks succeed by main- so until the day he died. Our
taining long-term business relationships with our DAVID L. CONRAD hiking companion clearly
neighbors. We offer our customers the products and PRESIDENT AND CEO, liked the idea of mountain
services that meet their needs best. THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK climbing octogenarians, as he
Unfortunately, the new consumer protection merrily and uncomplainingly
LETTERS POLICY strolled along at a respectable
As we walked along, each of
Letters to the
editor are always
Reeves: Government has no competition us found himself sharing time
with different people in our
welcome, and .
party Hiking is a fine way to
To the Editor: plan is better? Have they ever had to get eyeglasses get to know people better and
may be sent to through Medicare? I have and it is a mess. So why share both the trivial and the
V i l l a g e r I don’t know about you, but I have faith in do they want to compound the problem? more important. The shared
America and Americans. I know we are not as stu- Here is the basic difference between what the experience of doing something
Newspapers, , pid as the government thinks we are. Like the fol- marketplace does versus the government: strenuous makes conversation
P.O. Box 196, lowing: The marketplace continually improves the prod- flow.
Woodstock, CT Why do we have to give the government our uct and reduces the cost because of competition. We ate lunch near the top on
money so they can give it back to us to stimulate the The government continually makes its services a smooth, wide rock punctuat-
06281, or via e-mail at sjarvis@vil- economy? Why not let us keep our money? more expensive and cumbersome. There is no com- ed by low-bush blueberries
lagernewspapers.com. Be sure to Why does the government think that it is the only petition, and in my experience, they could care less covered with fruit. By the time
include a name and residence. one that can solve the clean energy problem? Did for their customers (Americans) as they get paid we reached the summit, we
the government invent the solar cell, the wind tur- the same and have a job regardless of cost or lack of were ready to be dazzled by the
Please refrain from sending let- bine or even the light bulb? So why not let the mar- service. view, and we weren’t disap-
ters via fax, and be sure to supply ketplace develop the products for green energy? The only branch of government left that deserves pointed. The sky was clear, and
Why does the government think they can run our respect and support is the military. with binoculars we could see
a home address and phone num- General Motors when they couldn’t make a profit Need I say more? the office towers of Boston.
ber to allow for confirmation. with the Mustang Ranch where they sold sex and Climbing down made my
Allow at least 48 hours for a booze? HAROLD REEVES knees scream, even though I
Why does the government think that their health DANIELSON had walking poles that were
response. Letters must be submit- supposed to lessen the shock.
ted by noon Monday to ensure At the bottom, we were tired,
publication in the following but proud of the effort we had
week’s issue. Every effort will be
made to accommodate late sub-
SOUND OFF POLICY Climbing a mountain does-
n’t really prove anything,
missions, but inclusion can not except that you can do it.
In addition to the Letters to the Editor section, the Villager Newspapers offers an Perhaps at a time when there
be guaranteed. The rules of good anonymous forum allowing callers to “Sound Off ” about the hot-button issues and is so much we can’t control, the
taste and libel will, of course, topics in their towns. The “Sound Off ” line can be reached 24 hours a day at (860) 928-
, simple act of grabbing a stick
and walking up a mountain
apply to all submissions. ,
1818, ext. 150. Names may be omitted for “Sound Off ” calls only although you may and then back down again isn’t
Personal attacks will not be pub- ,
leave a name or initials. All comments should be made clearly and concisely to mini- a bad way to spend a day .
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KILLINGLY VILLAGER Friday, July 24, 2009 • A9
Health care system is already single-payer, multiplied
magine your family doctor only look to Those who oppose health care ate formation of a single-payer in baby steps (if at all) and from
being told what tests she could our own reform seem oblivious to the cata- system. Politically it would be the grass roots. (The WDTC is one
order and what medication C OMMENTARY Q u i e t strophe that looms in the near suicide, and he has proven him- such grassroots organization
she must prescribe. Imagine a Corner to future. This includes not only self to be a pragmatist. But he spearheading the cause with a
faceless person on the telephone see primary America's health care system should at least consider planning symposium tentatively planned
whose only knowledge of you was care doctors specifically but also our national this as an ultimate goal. Sadly, for Aug 6.) Those who profit from
your ID number and an algorithm LEE WESLER retiring or budget. We currently spend near- though, he has allowed the the status quo — malpractice
on the computer screen in front of abandoning ly double per person for health Congress to dictate much of the lawyers, insurance companies
them superseding your doctor’s the area care compared to Canada (which protocol. And the tax-obsessed and high-priced sub specialists —
clinical judgment. Imagine your quicker than they can be seems to be the magnet to which House acts like spoiled children wield much power (and money) in
doctor being asked to see 30 to 50 replaced. Those remaining are opponents are drawn) and even in a candy store. Washington. They will not retreat
patients a day to maintain his hired by bigger business in order more than all other countries in Pouring more cash into a bro- without a fight.
"productivity." And imagine wait- to survive. The end result will be the world. Yet we rank 29th in life ken system is not a cure. True, A single-payer system simpli-
ing days to get in for an appoint- an employer mandating an expectancy and quality of health more may have insurance, but as fies the expensive and chaotic
ment or not being able to find a employed physician as to how care (Canada is 10th). we have seen in Massachusetts, if way medical care is currently
doctor all together. Is this the care is delivered. The bottom line From an economic standpoint, there are no doctors available, the delivered. A preventative medi-
future health care reform oppo- risks tearing apart the doctor- we simply cannot sustain the cur- situation only gets worse. Mr. cine driven mandate saves money
nents warn us of ? No. Welcome to patient relationship. rent system, which now takes up 4 Obama has called for more spent. Malpractice reform puts
the present! Private companies want to max- percent of our GDP. As the popu- emphasis on preventative care sound physician thought back
Truth be told, our current sys- imize profit; public programs lation rapidly ages over the next and at least a bit of self-responsi- into the equation. And we all
tem is simply a single-payer sys- want to reduce costs. But the level 40 years, this number quadruples bility. He does understand that must embrace a fitter lifestyle.
tem multiplied a thousand fold. of medical care will be identical to 16 percent. This will bankrupt the vast majority of diseases in Health care may be a right, but
Primary care physicians in pri- under each system. In other the country. our country are preventable rights demand responsibilities.
vate practice must deal with the words, it really is a moot point For now, I am bit disappointed through lifestyle modification. Left unchecked, abuse of valuable
reams of paperwork this gener- whether one carries private or by the president’s approach. But failure to make this the cen- resources can run amok. For true
ates. The inordinate amount of public insurance. At the end of Allowing private insurance com- terpiece of any reform just means reform to succeed, all elements
forms and the increasing need for the day, there will be little differ- panies to continue to dictate hap- we keep throwing good money to must be in place.
dedicated employees to deal with ence in the way medicine is prac- hazard policy fails to alter the bad. Indeed, by lowering our over- Most importantly, we need lead-
the endless certifications has ticed between a single- and a problem. His shying away from all expenditures in line with all ership in Washington to guide us.
eroded the business of medicine multi-payer system. A patient’s any malpractice reform squeezes other industrialized nations, The president is the only one who
to the point where physicians are physician, and the organization physicians in the middle of trying achievement of universal cover- can accomplish this lofty goal.
giving up their independence to behind them, will be what are (or being forced) to keep costs age could be realized without The alternative will be a
join larger entities. Now office noticed. down, yet at the same time forces sucking more cash out of the pri- Draconian era where care is
managers ensure that day-to-day What does differ is the overall them to practice "defensive medi- vate sector. rationed to a degree that would
operation generate maximum cost to the economy in general. A cine" to avoid timely, costly and The idea of raising taxes on seem immoral today. But as the
profitability. Couple this with single-payer system would also simply demoralizing frivolous those who are responsible for job population ages and money to
declining reimbursements and save massive amounts of money lawsuits. The self-serving argu- creation seems counterproductive fund the process evaporates, there
it’s no wonder that 98 percent of by reducing paperwork and ment by lawyers that they are the to an already damaged economy. would be no alternative. One way
recent UCONN Medical School streamlining care. Remember, reason physicians practice good Yes those at the top should be or another the system will
graduates have chosen less bur- insurance companies are publicly medicine is simply not borne out expected to pay a bit more, but change, be it gradually and intel-
densome (and more lucrative) traded companies that must dis- by the fact that our most populous this will be accomplished through ligently or in a sudden and ugly
subspecialties. tribute profits to their sharehold- state, California, has had a cap on the elimination of the Bush tax crash. Either way, the aftermath
As physicians avoid or leave ers. A single-payer system, espe- judgments for years. Yet cuts and maintaining the alterna- may be Mr. Obama’s greatest lega-
primary care in droves, inexpen- cially one that emphasizes prima- California is home to some of the tive minimum tax. Adding anoth- cy.
sive preventative medicine is ry preventive care (and pays it top medical centers in the coun- er wealth tax and rolling rates
replaced by costly tests and proce- appropriately), would bring a try. back 20 years at a time appears Lee Wesler is a resident of
dures through the ever-expanding revitalization of the family doc- I can understand Mr. Obama's partisan and rather myopic. Woodstock.
legion of subspecialists. One need tor. hesitancy to embrace the immedi- The solution will need to come
Well, I’ll be d----d: A site for the swearers in all of us
Editor’s Note: This column contains Stephens, swearing helps us downplay Keele University seems to back that up. gest you choose much more wisely .
references to harsh language, being hurt in favor of “a more pain- ,
As part of the study according to a BBC As for the aforementioned Casual Swearing
although not entirely spelled out. In tolerant machismo.” report, 64 volunteers were each asked to dip a ,
Appreciation Society or CSAS?
other words, if you have any kids you That would explain the guy at the hand in a tub of freezing water for as long as On the group’s Facebook page, the following
think might be able to figure out what local gym my friend and I affectionate- possible, swearing at will. Then they were description is given: “Are you the sort of per-
f*** means, this column may not be for .”
ly refer to as “Grunting Guy Even asked to repeat it, this time replacing the son who often gets that dirty sideways glance
them. with headsets on, a TV turned on and expletive with a word used to describe a table. from some [jerk] when you pepper your
the gym’s own music being pumped Lo and behold, these human guinea pigs speech with the odd swear word? Then this is
Who knew? through, you can still hear “Grunting were able to keep their hands submerged the group for you. There is nothing wrong
Turns out those of us prone to ,
Guy” (actually I’ve learned his name longer while swearing. with casual swearing! The word f*** for exam-
uttering a profanity (or two, or three B ’
IRD S is George) across the room. Are you a doubting Thomas? ple is truly marvellous [sp] as it is perhaps the
or 3,000) might be on to something. Turns out, apparently, he’s onto I suggest, then, my dear readers that you only word in the entire English language
That’s good news to someone who N
EST something. Could it be that by grunt- .
test out the theory Fill up the nearest bucket which can be used as a verb, an adjective and
(not proudly mind you) counts him- ing loudly (perhaps substituting for a with ice-cold water. Grab a hammer. Maybe a a noun in a single sentence whilst remaining
self as a casual swearer. swear) he’s able to endure more reps, bat. Then have at it. Dunk your hand. Whack both aurally [sp] gratifying and grammatical-
What’s even better news is that WALTER BIRD more pain? At least he’s sticking to your thumb. Bash your knee. And let fly the ly correct. For instance, 'F*** the f******
there’s a support network out there grunting and not expletives. swear words of your choice (I suggest doing so f******.’
for people like me. My wife blames me for turning her tongue out of earshot of the kiddies). “Lets stop p-----g about and continue to swear
Allow me to introduce the Casual Swearing sour when it comes to colorful language. Me? I Did it work? Inquiring minds (this one) like troopers. Casual swearers, unite!”
Appreciation Society (CSAS). Never heard of plead the Fifth on that. want to know. Quite a few folks appear to have taken heed.
them? You can find the group on Facebook. I will admit, however, that I swear. I swear a According to researchers, swearing triggers Like “Nathan,” who wrote on the CSAS
Don’t worry you’re not alone. Apparently lot. I try not to around my son, but it slips out the body’s natural “fight or flight” response. Facebook page: “F*** yeah! I also like that this
there are some 557 members to date. now and then. He just looks at me and shakes Our heart rate accelerated, repeating the group appears to be British. Rock on, my far-
That’s an awful lot of bad language being his head. swear word “may indicate an increase in flung f****** and thank you for your exotic
thrown around. When I get hurt, I swear even more, and you aggression, in a classic fight-or-flight response cursery .”
But wait! There’s more! know what? I think I beat these researchers to of downplaying a weakness or threat in order “Keely” added: “What a f****** brilliant
According to researchers at Britain’s Keele their conclusion a long time ago. I’ve always to deal with it.” group!”
University those who swear are capable of found that, say if I swing a hammer inadver- Word of caution: While you may be tempted Is there really anything else left to say?
enduring pain 50 percent longer than those tently down on a thumb, if I let loose a string to employ this fight-or-flight technique the .
Walter Bird Jr may be reached at (508) 909-
who don’t. of obscenities, the pain does seem to subside next time you find yourself engaged in an 4107, or via e-mail at wbird@villagernewspa-
According to work done by a Dr. Richard more quickly Call it mental, but the study at
. argument with your significant other, I’d sug- pers.com.
Obama’s kinds of changes could be catastrophic
ny cursory glance at a newspaper, an that this was true. But a recent re-evaluation of past few decades much of Europe has tried to compensate by
Internet news site, cable news station or Roosevelt’s handling of the Great Depression has opening the floodgates to new immigrants, mostly the poor of
anyplace else you choose to get you your C OMMENTARY shaken this popular myth. In the 10 years after the Islamic world, hoping to exploit a pool of immigrant
daily dose of news will reveal that, six months Roosevelt took office, the unemployment rate labor to support its own increasingly indolent native citizen-
after Barack Obama took office and five months never dropped below double digits. Despite peri- ry.
after the passage of his historically large econom- odic rallies, the U.S. economy continued to falter The new immigrants have not worked out: London is now
ic “stimulus” plan was passed, the U.S. economy is EDMOND D. SMITH and stumble. In 1939, after years of massive gov- the world capital of Islamic extremist plotting; France is bur-
still in a shambles. Since January, more than two ernment spending, Henry Morgenthau Jr., dened with large Islamic ghettos that periodically rise up
million more people have lost their jobs; the unem- Roosevelt’s secretary of the Treasury, said, “We against it, rioting every year or so. Many of the Muslim
ployment rate is at 9.5 percent and rising; foreclo- are spending more money than we have ever immigrants are demanding the overturning of traditional
sure filings have risen 9 percent since January; personal spent before and it does not work. I want to see this country European laws and practices in favor of implementing
bankruptcies are up 34 percent. Should you mention this prosperous. I want to see people get a job. We have never sharia law. And still their economies totter.
sorry state of affairs and say that you believe that President made good on our promises. I say after eight years of this Spain now has a staggering unemployment rate of more
Obama’s policies are failing, you are frequently met with the administration, we have just as much unemployment as than 18 percent, no big surprise since during the ’90s, the
same response: “Well, he’s only been in office six months. It when we started and an enormous debt to boot.” In fact, the EU’s unemployment rate was typically double ours. The situ-
took a lot longer to get us into this mess, so it is going to take economy only started to pick up after the start of World War ation is so obviously dire that now, as Obama tries to move
awhile to get us out.” This apparently seems like a reason- II, when millions of men left the unemployment rolls to go the United States more in line with their economic model,
able observation to a lot of people. In truth, it is not. fight overseas. much of Europe is trying to move to a more sustainable cap-
The belief that Obama’s plans just need more time until The other great inspiration for our current president is the italist footing.
the economy comes roaring back relies on one of two very European model of Socialism, practiced for many years The list of problems and failures, with the promise of far
specious assumptions: that his policies have a proven histor- across that now staggering continent. High tax rates, com- more to come, of Obama-style policies is more extensive than
ical record of success or that they are so new that there is bined with a cradle-to-grave web of government-run pro- space here allows. The concept of “change” is a neutral one;
uncertainty about how long they’ll take to succeed. In fact, grams, is proving to be an economic dead end, being neither it implies neither good nor bad results. It is the specifics of
there is nothing “new” about the policies Obama is putting demographically nor economically sustainable. With plung- that change that count. The track record of the kind of
into place, and when they have been implemented before, ing fertility rates, the European plan, depending on what is change Barack Obama is implementing is nothing short of
they have always led to stagnation and failure, even after now an ever smaller productive cohort supporting a propor- catastrophic. Waiting for a well-proven medicine to work
being tried for many years in many countries. tionally larger unproductive class, is finding itself short of makes sense. Waiting for a poison to effect a cure isn’t rea-
It is known that one of the inspirations for Obama’s mas- cash to deliver on all its promises. (By 2050 Germany’s ratio sonable. It is, in fact, not far from madness.
sive government spending — the greatest government outlay of workers to retirees will be 1.1 to 1.)
of dollars in the history of the human race — was FDR’s In recognizing this imbalance (which the United States is Edmond D. Smith is a social worker and teacher working in
New Deal. For many years, the conventional wisdom was moving toward, albeit more slowly than Europe), over the Worcester.
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A10 • Friday, July 24, 2009 KILLINGLY VILLAGER
Appeal filed against Planning and Zoning on Wal-Mart ruling
APPEAL that the decisions of the commission are not
supported by substantial evidence and not
Commission, overturn the site plan approval
and grant further relief.
know folks would prefer to see us open soon-
er rather than later so we can save them
continued from page A1
find a basis in fact or law.” The same four appellants filed an appeal ,
money so they can live better.”
The suit states the commission “made arbi- ,
Finally the civil suit states the approved April 6 against the March 19 Inland Wetlands First Selectman Roger Engle said Brooklyn
trary determinations relating to specific zon- conditions drafted by the Planning and Commission’s approval of the Wal-Mart has budgeted $5,000 into its current fiscal
ing conformity building height and zoning
, Zoning Commission were not part of the application. The claims against the commis- year strictly to pay for legal advice on the
consistency of the disputed four acres of a months of public testimony and were sion are relative to the claims in the Planning appeals process.
particular lot without substantial evidence.” received after the close of the public hearing. and Zoning Commission’s appeal. “I think it’s great to be over with,” he said
Furthermore, it states “the commission “Staff participation during deliberations A pretrial hearing on the Inland Wetlands about the application process. “People can
improperly abrogated its responsibility to ,
was in the nature of advocacy included infor- civil suit is scheduled for 2 p.m. Wednesday , put it behind and shake hands. It’s been
the Inland Wetlands Agency on matters of mation new to the proceedings after the close Sept. 23, at the court, and the first hearing is stressful for a lot of people. Only a small
storm water management and drainage of public hearing and rendered the proceed- ,
scheduled for 2 p.m. Monday March 22, 2010, minority was making the most trouble. It’s
impacts notwithstanding its duty under [zon- ings fundamentally unfair,” the appeal states. at the same location. [now] in the hands of the judges.”
ing] regulations to conduct” on its own. “The decisions were the product of bias and “Activity will not take place until final res-
The appellants claim the 19 conditions predetermination.” olution of all appeals,” said Chris Buchanan, Matt Sanderson may be reached at (860) 928-
drafted for the application’s approval ,
Signed by Shansky the document states spokesman for Wal-Mart. “The commissions 1818, ext. 110, or by e-mail at matt@vil-
“demonstrate the applications were incom- that it hopes the court will sustain the plain- fairly considered all of the facts in light of lagernewspapers.com.
plete, do not comply with regulations and tiffs’ appeal, overturn the special permit the applicable regulations. We look forward
approval by the Planning and Zoning to serving our Brooklyn area customers. We
Area PZCs reviewing, updating plans of conservation and development
PLANS is just beginning its lengthy discus-
sion process with all vested inter-
five years,” said Tyler Kleykamp,
lead planning analyst in OPM.
he reiterated. “It’s certainly chal-
lenging at the state level to come up
“Eastford and Bethlehem have
continued from page A1
ests, according to Delia Fey zoning “There was a public act passed this with a statewide plan to meet the no zoning regulations,” he said.
up the town, such as boards, com- enforcement officer. year in General Assembly that puts needs of a variety of communi- “It’s a really big deal for Eastford to
missions, nonprofit groups and Woodstock’s land is mostly zoned off our update for another two ties.” go through this process and recom-
business owners, all the informa- for residential, agricultural and years. We were supposed to update NECCOG Executive Director mend zoning.”
tion is compiled into the updated ,
open space, while Killingly a town it to 2010, but it’s delayed for two John Filchak said he has his hands ,
Kevin Kennedy town planner for
Plan of Conservation and experiencing a record growth, has years. They are going to take a year full with different towns’ plans in Thompson, said his town started
Development and brought to the double the population of to study the whole issue of how his governing region. the process in January and hopes
townspeople to serve as a future Woodstock and many industrial, state’s regional and local plans “It’s a reflection of what the to wrap it up by December.
blueprint for next decade. commercial, mixed-use and retail work are applied in the various sce- town’s wants and desires are,” he “We have been taking the plan
With facilitation from the zoning designations. narios.” said about a local plan of conserva- section by section at a monthly sub-
Northeast Connecticut Council of Communities with larger popu- Kleykamp said they have a num- tion and development. “It’s a blue- committee meeting of the
Governments, these towns are all lations in northeastern ber of issues they are required to print for the future. If you’re not Planning and Zoning Commission,
at different stages of the planning Connecticut, as well as a more consider through state statutes. consistent with the state’s plan, requesting regular input from
process. diverse set of zoning regulations, “If you look at the state plan, you you can be denied funding for other Boards and Commission as
According to Linda Walden, have a lot to do with a town’s specif- look at six growth management [future] economic development well as the public,” he said. “The
planning director for Killingly (one ic historic character, population principals,” he said. “Those are the projects. We encourage towns to go plan is to have a rough draft in
of the largest Quiet Corner towns), growth and proximity to major frameworks that we look for when beyond the traditional plan. You place by September and have a
her subcommittee reviewing the highways. updating the plan. Even though see towns that have competing series of public discussions and
town’s plan of conservation and Along with the plans, the towns we’ll be update it, it’s the overarch- interests, who want to increase post the draft plan on the town Web
development has already solicited submit their updated location ing framework.” their grand list. There’s no short- site. They are reviewing infrastruc-
recommendations from all parties guide maps and Geographic In brief, the six growth manage- age of input and opinion, which is ture factors such as sewer lines and
involved within the past year. Information Systems, or GIS, to ment principals deal with redevel- good. It’s a deliberate process.” roads, as well as environmental fac-
“We’re currently looking at NECCOG, which, in turn, sends oping regional centers’ infrastruc- Filchak said the town of Sterling tors, such as aquifers and naturally
future land use maps to accommo- this information to the state’s tures, expanding housing opportu- just approved to move forward with occurring features, such as lakes
date the state’s plan location guide Office of Policy and Management. nities, concentrating development adopting zoning regulations for its and wetlands.”
map,” she said. “We’re concentrat- The map spatially interprets the around transportation corridors, tiny community town east of For more information, call
ing Killingly into village centers so growth management principals conserving the restoring the natur- Plainfield. towns’ planning offices and consult
we don’t have to expand infrastruc- contained in the plan of conserva- al environment, protecting and “The region’s changed a lot over the Web sites to find out when the
ture and keep non-sewer areas tion and development, with respect ensuring the integrity of local last 10 to 15 years, and it’ll continue meetings are.
open as open space. We’re also to each area’s potential to fulfill environmental assets, and promot- to change,” he said. NECCOG can be reached at 774-
incorporating all recommenda- and to balance the conservation ing integrated planning across all Filchak added that NECCOG is 1253. The state OPM can be reached
tions coming out of the and development priorities of the government levels. currently assisting Eastford with at (860) 418-6200 and can be found
Borderlands group, especially the state. GIS is computer-mapping There is no mandate that towns this idea of finally coming to grips online at www.ct.gov/opm.
Route 101 and Dayville center.” software, which can be specialized have to follow, or be parallel with that, although colonial and his-
By July 2010, Killingly will pre- ,
to show topography zoned land and the state plan, but they must be toric, it’s located on Route 44, a Matt Sanderson may be reached
sent its final plan to voters. major highways, among other fea- consistent to some degree, said ,
state scenic highway and the town at (860) 928-1818 ext. 110, or by e-mail
However, the town of Woodstock tures. Kleykamp. will only continue to grow in terms at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“The state plan is updated every “Just the six growth principals,” of future development proposals
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Local caucuses being held from until July 28
CAUCUSES ing our community as first select- ment from the Thompson is important that the Board of Serving as interim chairman of
continued from page A1 man over the past two years and Democratic Party . Selectman share ideas to improve the Republican Town Committee,
also as a member of the Board of “I am a lifelong resident of our town, and I would welcome the they are looking for any and all
candidates to follow in order to Selectman for the last six years,” he Thompson and have made my opportunity to work with Larry interested residents who want to
qualify to get on the Nov. 3 election said in a statement. “During the home in the Quinebaug area for the Groh for the betterment of run for elected office in the fall.
ballot, and that is the nominating last two years, I have worked hard last 35 years with my wife Gail and Thompson.” They have positions to fill, such as
petitions process in which, after to keep Thompson an affordable my children,” Beausoleil said in a In Woodstock, First Selectman the first selectman, selectman, two
obtaining forms from the Secretary community in which to live and statement. “I also have three grand- Allan Walker plans to run for re- Board of Finance members and
of State’s office in Hartford, a can- .
raise a family We have kept our children. During this time, I have election. There are three vacancies three Board of Education mem-
didate who voted in the last elec- municipal budget reasonable, as been a volunteer member of the on the Board of Education going bers.
tion must obtain a certain number evidenced by the taxpayers’ Quinebaug Fire Department, serv- into the election, as well as two For more information on the
of signatures to be nominated in approval at the first referendum for ing as a lieutenant for 28 years, an vacancies on the Board of Finance upcoming election season, call the
this year’s election. two consecutive years. I am proud EMT for 32 years and also as a sec- and one vacancy for an alternate. Secretary of State’s office at (860)
The responsibility for overseeing of the increased involvement of retary . The Woodstock Democratic 509-6100 or the SEEC at 860-256-
the election process falls to the sec- our citizens on three new commit- “I have been active in our com- Town Committee held its caucus 2952. Also, consult towns’ Web sites
retary of the state, specifically the tees formed over the last two years, munity by currently organizing Wednesday night, July 22, and the and town clerks’ offices for more
Legislation and Elections including a committee to review and managing the Jack Benny Republican Town Committee will information on respective political
Administration Division. our ordinances, a Social Services Softball League,” he continued. “I hold its caucus Monday night, July parties and town committees.
In Thompson, First Selectman Building Committee and a Trails have also served on the Thompson 28, both at Town Hall, according to
Larry Groh has already thrown his Advisory Committee.” Little League as treasurer, purchas- the town clerk’s office. Matt Sanderson may be reached
hat into the proverbial ring by Groh announced that his run- ing agent and manager for 13 years. In Brooklyn, First Selectman at (860) 928-1818, ext. 110, or by e-
wanting to run for re-election. ning mate will be resident Kenneth I am proud to be a lifetime member Roger Engle will finish out his mail at
“I have had the privilege of serv- Beausoleil, who seeks an endorse- of the Thompson Little League. It term and is not seeking re-election. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Three-day passes or annual permits available for transfer station
TRANSFER a monthly basis.
“With our single stream recycling [sys-
transfer station site on Brickyard Road,
became nearly full and tough to manage.
al permit, which is a vehicle sticker, is
required, for those who utilize the transfer
continued from page A1
tem], we get paid at either two averages or the ,
Currently the center employs two full-time station more than the three-trip ticket. The
“At typical Thursday between 50 and 75
, higher rate,” Borden said about how people and there are usually two to four peo- cost for a permit is $70. The permit is $40 for
people come,” he said last Thursday July 16. Killingly makes money on recycling with ple working on site any given day . seniors.
“On a Saturday it’s in the hundreds or more.
, Willimantic Waste, since it is free for resi- The Killingly Town Council approved of a ,
Chimento said that currently there are
I’ve worked here about nine years.” dents to use. “Things have improved a lot new contract with Willimantic Waste in the roughly 1,200 transfer station annual permits
When a resident shows up with their three- here since the 1980s.” early summer of 2008, ending its longstand- out in the town, while residents and busi-
day transfer station pass, which is good until In the fall, Borden expects to see a high rate ing relationship with Dayville Refractory nesses that use private haulers have to take
next year, Borden punches a hole in it after a of yard debris to come trucking in, as folks and Ironworks. their trash to Lisbon, other places or pay
single use. usually tend to clean up their yards before “We have a new deal going out,” said more for road-side pick-up.
The transfer station isn’t too large, com- the winter and cold set in. Chimento about the transfer station’s future Or, “anyone can buy a ticket for $10 and
prised of several large dumpsters that “Recycling revenue is up,” said Borden. .
operations with the company “Willimantic come in three times,” he added. “If you’re a
Willimantic Waste picks up only when com- “Trash has been going down in volume. The Waste has done a great job. Residents are low-volume user, this could save you money .”
pletely filled. There’s a tire bin for old vehicle ‘three days’ will be more noticeable at the end happy and content.” All residents who want to dispose of house-
tires; a scrap metal container; a cardboard of the summer, with people bringing mat- Chimento touted the “single stream” recy- hold waste are required to use Killingly dis-
compactor; a container for old dehumidi- tresses and other large items.” cling methods of today at transfer stations, posal stickers on bags no larger than 35 gal-
fiers, air conditioners and refrigerators; a ,
Fred Wallace, of Killingly pulled into the ,”
where “back in the day plastics were mixed lons.
container for old batteries, used oil and anti- ,
transfer station last Thursday during the in with cardboard and paper and other recy- For more information on the transfer sta-
freeze; and a general waste bin for trash bags Villager visit, with his pickup truck filled to clables, and there were different colored con- tion, its operating regulations, refuse weight
with a town sticker on it. the brim. tainers for different colored glasses. ticket procedures and residential permit reg-
For recycling, the transfer station has sep- “I’ve been coming here for nine years,” he “Now, you can combine related items,” he ulations, call the center at 779-5387, the rev-
arated bottles, cans, plastic, paper and card- said. “I usually make a trip two to three times said. “Recycling is free. We just charge for enue collector’s office at 779-5329 or the town
board. a week. I think they do an excellent job here. trash and bulk waste, and batteries, used oil manager’s office at 779-5334.
Also on site is a storage shed that contains The hours are convenient.” and anti-freeze.”
various construction equipment, such as a Town Engineer Bruce Chimento said the The recycling center and transfer station Matt Sanderson may be reached at (860) 928-
backhoe, which Borden said can be used for transfer station emerged in the late 1990s are available to any town resident. It is open 1818, ext. 110, or by e-mail at matt@vil-
trash compacting. There is also a weighing once the town’s old landfill, which is located ,
Tuesday Thursday and Saturday from 8 a.m. lagernewspapers.com.
station for employees to add up bulk waste on over a hill only several yards behind the to 3:15 p.m. and closed on holidays. An annu-
Editor’s Note: The information con- William G. Perry, 24, 55 River Ridge third-degree assault, third-degree criminal ure to wear a seat belt.
tained in these police logs was obtained Road, Danielson. Charged with driving a mischief, second-degree breach of peace, ,
Monday July 20
through either press releases or other pub- motor vehicle while intoxicated, reckless fourth-degree risk of injury to a minor and Richard K. Menzano, 34, 1 Middle St.,
lic documents kept by each police depart- driving, breach of peace and interfering disorderly conduct. Apt. A, Brooklyn. Charged with second-
ment, and is considered to be the account with a police officer. Robert Ferreira, 19, 121 Mulberry St., degree failure to appear in court.
of police. All subjects are considered inno- Gary H. Porter, 39, 47 Commerce Ave., Fall River, Mass. Charged with possession Catherine A. Minski, 47, 9 Junior Ave.,
cent until proven guilty in a court of law. Apt. B, Danielson. Charged with operating of marijuana, operating an unregistered Danielson. Charged with third-degree
a motor vehicle without insurance; operat- motor vehicle and making a restricted assault and breach of peace.
Brooklyn ing a motor vehicle without registration;
operating a motor vehicle when the license
Shaun M. Dyer, 26, 55 Wauregan Road,
Tuesday July 21
Natasha Fiore, 22, 86 Norwich Road,
or registration has been refused, suspend- Brooklyn. Charged with failure to verify Plainfield. Charged with failure to appear
Wednesday July 15
ed or revoked; and misuse of plates. address as a sex offender with a sex offend- in court.
Holly G. Congdon, 22, 25 Carter St.,
Monday July 20 er registry.
Danielson. Charged with operating a
motor vehicle when the license or registra-
tion has been refused, suspended or
Joshua S. Robinson, 20, 35 Chestnut St.,
Danielson. Charged with failure to pay or
Friday July 17
Joseph W Gadue, 37, 20 Babcock Road,
plea. Sterling. Charged with violation of proba-
revoked, and speeding. ,
Thursday July 16
Monday July 20
Michael Higgins, 42, 50 Providence St.,
Putnam. Charged with driving a motor
Killingly Bruce E. Tyler, 50, 47 South Walnut St.,
Plainfield. Charged with first-degree fail-
Michael S. Orszulak, 23, 279 East
Quassett Road, Woodstock. Charged with
operating a motor vehicle without permis-
ure to appear in court.
vehicle while under the influence of drugs ,
Tuesday July 14 sion.
Kimberly E. Benjamin, 21, 112
or alcohol and operating a motor vehicle Brian D. Chaput, 24, 96 Route 200, ,
Friday July 17
Packerville Road, Plainfield. Charged with
when the license or registration has been Thompson. Charged with second-degree Tammy L. Billings, 29, 15 Mason Terrace,
second-degree breach of peace and inter-
refused, suspended or revoked. failure to appear in court. Thompson. Charged with driving a motor
fering with a police officer.
Tuesday July 21 John M. Bratovich, 51, 66 East Main St., vehicle while under the influence of drugs
Jeremy A. Chartier, 22, 144 North Road,
Jose A. Rodriguez, 49, 305 Osbourne Plainfield. Charged with first-degree fail- or alcohol and failure to drive in the estab-
Dayville. Charged with driving a motor
Terrace, Newark, N.J. Charged with sec- ure to appear in court. lished lane.
vehicle while under the influence of drugs
ond-degree failure to appear in court. ,
Wednesday July 15
or alcohol, operating a motor vehicle with-
Julie A. Sussman, 38, 251 Main St.,
Exeter, R.I. Charged with second-degree
out insurance, operating a motor vehicle
without a license, failure to obey a stop sig-
manslaughter with a motor vehicle.
nal and failure to drive in the established ,
Friday July 17
Anthony J. Durand, 28, 49 Sterling Road,
Wednesday July 15
, lane. Jeffrey D. Owens, 21, 12 Breaults Lane,
Moosup. Charged with driving a motor
Jamie A. Hamilton, 42, 15 Franklin St., ,
Saturday July 18 Thompson. Charged with third-degree
vehicle while intoxicated.
Apt. A, Danielson. Charged with second- David P. Silvia, 20, 21 Franklin St., assault, reckless endangerment, posses-
Mark Hall, 33, 57 Breakneck Hill Road,
degree failure to appear in court. Putnam. Charged with violation of proba- sion of marijuana less than 4 ounces, oper-
Danielson. Charged with driving a motor
Ronald R. Jacques, 32, 162 Maple St., tion. ating an unregistered motor vehicle, oper-
vehicle while intoxicated, failure to renew
Killingly Charged with violation of proba-
. Christopher Dunn, 47, 376 Valley Road, ating a motor vehicle without insurance
registration, operating a motor vehicle
Killingly Charged with driving a motor and breach of peace.
without a license, improper registration
Friday July 17
, vehicle while under the influence of drugs Ryan D. Spahl, 20, 167 Mason Road,
than the one issued, insurance fails mini-
Robert P Lamirandi, 31, 49 Athol St.,
. or alcohol and operating a motor vehicle Dudley, Mass. Charged with driving a
mum requirements and failure to have
Danielson. Charged with operating a while the license or registration has been motor vehicle while under the influence of
motor vehicle while under the influence of refused, suspended or revoked. drugs or alcohol, two counts of reckless
Thursday July 16
drugs or alcohol, failure to drive a motor Patricia L. MacFarland, 43, 376 Valley endangerment and possession of alcohol
Timothy D. Shenko, 36, 377 Hartford
vehicle at a slow speed and failure to stay .
Road, Killingly Charged with driving a by a minor.
Pike, Dayville. Charged with two counts of
in the established lane. motor vehicle while intoxicated and fail-
153 School St. Putnam
158 Main St. Danielson
A14 • Friday, July 24, 2009 KILLINGLY VILLAGER
QUIET CORNER ROUND-UP
Main St., Suite 2, Willimantic, (860) Griswold Museum will offer a hands-
Assistance available 450-7423. on craft that fairgoers can enjoy when
they visit the Home & Garden
for heat costs Brooklyn Fair offers Building. The craft is intended to
encourage visitors to be creative all
On Aug. 3, the Access Community
Action Agency will begin taking
new contests year round.
“We have been working all year to
applications for the 2009-2010 heat- BROOKLYN — In addition to the re-interpret the Home and Garden
ing season. Aug. 3 and 4 will be dedi- rides, animals, entertainment and Department to reflect today’s
cated to completing applications for food, this year at the 200th anniver- exhibitors,” Greene said. “We have
homebound individuals. sary of Brooklyn Fair, the Home & revamped existing departments as
An appointment to apply for assis- Garden Department will offer new well as added new areas, such as a dig-
tance is necessary Early intake for exhibits, contests and demonstra- itally altered photography category
the Energy Program is available tions for all ages. for art submissions. The fair’s Web
again this year in the state through The new “Victorian Hat Contest” site will be continually updated as the
the efforts of the Connecticut honors the fair’s beginnings during details are worked out for the new
Department of Social Services. the late 1800s, when ladies wore elabo- contests. We will also have cooking
Those who wish to apply for ener- rate hats. With a $2 prize for each demonstrations to introduce some
gy assistance in Windham and unique Victorian hat entered, this fun and easy recipes using those veg-
Tolland Counties should contact the contest is open to all ages and is a etables you spent all summer grow-
local Access Community Action great project for the whole family to ing.”
Agency office to schedule an enjoy Think tulle, ribbon, silk flowers
. The 160th Brooklyn Fair is Aug. 27-
appointment. and other fancy flair. Be creative and 30 at the Brooklyn Fairgrounds. Gates
Offices are located at 231 Broad St., have fun. open at 8 a.m. and close at 10 p.m.
Danielson, CT, (860) 774-0418, or 1315 The Home & Garden (Thursday, gates open at 4 p.m.)
Department’s new “Still Admission is just $10 for adults, and
Growing” Multimedia Contest children (12 and under) are always
features a $1,000 grand prize. free. Sunday is senior citizens’ day;
The contest theme, “Still admission is reduced to $6 for seniors
Growing: Celebrating 200 Years 65 and older. Purchase tickets in
of Agriculture in Windham advance, $30 for a family four pack,
County asks participants to
,” and save.
prepare a five- to 10-minute For more information visit
multimedia presentation that www.brooklynfair.org.
celebrates past, present and
future opportunities that agri- Bill lets pet trusts
culture offers to Windham
County . be established
“Windham County has a rich
agricultural heritage that has HARTFORD — Gov. M. Jodi Rell
evolved, grown and diversified recently signed a bill that allows pet
over the past 200 years,” said owners to set up enforceable trusts to
Matt Greene, new vice presi- care for their animals, ensuring that
dent of the Windham County the animals are not neglected or euth-
Agricultural Society. “Even anized if the owners die before their
though the region has grown in pets.
population and fewer farms can “Those who derive joy from the
be seen today there is still a companionship of their devoted pets
vibrant agricultural economy can now have peace of mind knowing
thriving in Windham County .” their pets will be properly cared for
As in years past, adults and when they are no longer around,” Rell
children may also enter home- said. “Pets ask nothing of us but kind-
grown vegetables, fruit and ness and, in turn, reward us with
flowers, artwork and handi- unconditional love.”
crafts, baked goods, canned Senate Bill 650, “An Act Concerning
goods and more to be exhibited the Creation of a Trust for the Care of
and judged. The King Arthur An Animal,” requires that the pet
Flour Baking Contest offers owner designate a “trust protector,”
prizes for youth and adult cate- someone whose sole duty is to act on
gories, and the Association of behalf of the animal, ensuring the
Connecticut Fairs sponsors pet receives the proper care.
baking, photo and quilt con- A Superior Court or probate court
tests for adults and juniors, the would have jurisdiction over the
winners of which go on to trust, which terminates when the last
statewide competition. surviving animal dies. The trust pro-
Those interested in contests tector can seek legal action in either
or exhibits can find details and court to remove or replace a trustee,
contest rules and download the individual overseeing the fund, if
entry forms at the money was spent on anything
www.BrooklynFair.org. other than its intended use.
For 2009, the Home & Garden Prior to the new law, pet owners
Department is also hosting could set up trusts for their animals
some special guests to coincide but those arrangements were consid-
with the 200th anniversary. ered honorary since animal benefi-
Representatives of ciaries cannot enforce them.
Connecticut’s Historic Gardens “Pet ownership is a responsibility
will be stationed in the Home & that should never be taken lightly ,”
Garden Building with informa- Rell said. “Owners can now ensure
tion about the state’s various that their special member of the fam-
historic gardens. The Florence ily will get the care it deserves for the
Griswold Museum, a renowned rest of its life.”
art museum in Old Lyme, will The law takes effect October 1.
also have a
ing the opening
of its new Rafal S .M
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Mitchell, Nicholas O’Brien, Trent Peters, Ian
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Principal’s list: Jamie Barrette, Paisley
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High honors: Brian Barrette, Matthew
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Maryanna Leonard, John McGinn, Gabrielle
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O’Brien, Trent Peters, James Rowley, Ian
Waldron, Nathan Whittenburg.
Honors: Jennifer Berti, Patrick Bieger,
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Fontaine, David Gazzola, Sean Landry, Kaulman
Lengyel, Brendan McMerriman, Dominic
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The Hot Spot ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT
Ben Willmott returns to Victoria Station
eturning to Putnam’s
Victoria Station Cafe this NOT SO
Saturday, pianist, singer and
songwriter Ben Willmott is as busy QUIET
as ever. After an extensive 2008
summer tour in support of his CORNER
album Rich With Love, Willmott
completed a monthly residency MARK
with his trio at a popular Irish bar RENBURKE
in Central Square in Cambridge,
Mass. Now back performing a
select number of shows around • Lisa Durkee-Abbott — 9 p.m., Ye
New England and New York, he Olde Tavern, West Brookfield,
has also begun writing new mater- Mass.
ial for his next release. • Rattlebone — 9 p.m., Crossroads,
In addition to his own music, Palmer, Mass.
Willmott has taken on the role of • Rob Adams — 8 p.m., Ugly
producer for a few of his fellow Duckling loft at The Whistling
Boston-based musicians and has Swan Restaurant, Sturbridge,
also been working at a music man- Mass.
agement firm in Boston that repre- • Phase II, The Jennifer Lee Band
sents top name jazz acts, including — 9 p.m., The Cannery, 12 Crane,
Branford Marsalis and Harry Southbridge, Mass., $5.
Connick Jr. When asked about his • Johnny Press Mess — 9 p.m., The
increasingly hectic schedule, Pump House, Southbridge, Mass.
Willmott replied, “I set out looking • Peter Baro — Cady’s Tavern, 2168
to take on as much as I could Putnam Pike, West Glocester, R.I.
because I feel as though it will • RAM — 9 p.m., Altones, Jewett
make me a better musician in the City, Conn.
end … and I’m having fun doing it, • Three Dog Night — 8 p.m., Wolf
so why not?” Den, Mohegan Sun Casino, Photo by James Greene in Delray Beach, Fla.
Willmott hopes to have his new Uncasville, Conn. Bill Willmott
record out by late 2009 or early
2010, but in the meantime, don’t SATURDAY, JULY 25 Burning Bridget Cleary, Jug Route 16, Webster, Mass. Uncasville, Conn.
miss his local appearance this O’Punch and George Casey — 11 • Lisa Martin — 2 to 4 p.m., Stoggy
• Jason James — 8 p.m., Spruce THURSDAY, JULY 30
Saturday, July 25, at Victoria a.m. to 5 p.m., Indian Ranch, Route Hollow Restaurant, 492 Route 198,
Street Tavern, Clinton, Mass.
Station in Putnam, Conn. For more 16, Webster, Mass. Woodstock, Conn.
• Bill McCarthy — 7 p.m., • Dana Lewis — 7:30 p.m., Caffe
information, please visit his offi- • Roy Book Binder — 8 p.m., The • James Montgomery — 7 p.m.,
Junior’s Pizza Grille, Worcester, Sorrento, Milford, Mass.
cial Web site: www.benwill- Vanilla Bean, Pomfret, Conn., $15. Wolf Den, Mohegan Sun Casino,
Mass. • Tall Heights — 6:30 p.m.,
mottmusic.com. • Mark Renburke — 6 to 9 p.m., Uncasville, Conn.
• Shakey Steve & the Blues — 9 Sturbridge Concert on the
This year’s Blackstone Valley Stoggy Hollow Restaurant, 492 Monday, July 27
p.m., Gilrein’s, Worcester, Mass. Common, Sturbridge, Mass.
Celtic Festival is coming to Indian Route 198, Woodstock, Conn. • Open mic — 8 p.m., Dark Horse
• Go Gadget Go — 9 p.m., • Rob Adams — 8 p.m., Ugly
Ranch Saturday, July 25, in • Ben Willmott — 8 to 10 p.m., Tavern, 12 Crane St., Southbridge,
Greendale’s Pub, Worcester, Mass. Duckling loft at The Whistling
Webster, Mass. Featured live music Victoria Station Cafe, Putnam, Mass.
• Black Eye Bone Daddy, Driven, Swan Restaurant, Sturbridge,
acts will include the Charlie Zahm Conn. • 9Teen — 8 p.m., Wolf Den,
The Angel’s Share, Mullethead — 8 Mass.
trio, Coyote Run, the Cady • Shyrne with White Rose Mohegan Sun Casino, Uncasville,
p.m., Lucky Dog, Worcester, Mass. • Bill McCarthy’s Open Mic
Finlayson Band, Burning Bridget Confession — 9 p.m., Rick’s Conn.
• The Last Call Band, Wheelock (upstairs) — 8 p.m., TJ O’Brien’s,
Cleary and longtime local favorites Billiards, Putnam, Conn.
Inn (formerly the Anchor Lounge) TUESDAY, JULY 28 Sturbridge, Mass.
Jug O’Punch. For more informa- • Ken Macy — 9:30 p.m., The Gold
— 82 Wheelock Ave., Millbury, • The Flutie Brothers Band — 8
tion, visit blackstonevall- Eagle at The Laurel House,
Mass. • Bill McCarthy’s Open Mic — 7:30 p.m., Wolf Den, Mohegan Sun
eycelticfestival.com. Dayville, Conn.
• Jabooda — 9 p.m., Crossroads, p.m., Greendale’s Pub, Worcester, Casino, Uncasville, Conn.
Palmer, Mass. • Rick Harrington Band — 9 p.m., Mass. • Yankee Dogs (Danielson Summer
FRIDAY, JULY 24 The Lake Tavern, Dayville, Conn.
• Rob Adams — 8 p.m., Ugly • Lynn Jolicoeur and The Pulse — Concert Series) — 6 p.m., Davis
• Mulligan’s Fancy — 9 p.m., Duckling loft at The Whistling • Exit 17 — Cady’s Tavern, 2168 7:30 to 10 p.m., The Copper Stallion, Park, Conn., Danielson.
Fiddler’s Green, Worcester, Mass. Swan Restaurant, Sturbridge, Putnam Pike, West Glocester, R.I. Sturbridge, Mass.
• Thirty 6 Red Band — 9 p.m., Mass. • Big Bad Voodoo Daddy — 8 p.m., • Dr. John & The Lower 911 — 7 If you’re a live act who would like
Gilrein’s, Worcester, Mass. • Gilmour’s Breakfast (Pink Wolf Den, Mohegan Sun Casino, p.m., Wolf Den, Mohegan Sun to be featured, know of someone else
• Bill Cameron — 9 p.m., Floyd tribute) with The Stop — 9 Uncasville, Conn. Casino, Uncasville, Conn. who is or simply want to let us know
Greendale’s Pub, Worcester, Mass. p.m., Mill Street Brews, about an upcoming gig, e-mail me
• Right Angle Woman, The SUNDAY, JULY 26 WEDNESDAY, JULY 29
Southbridge, Mass. a t
Roosters, The Stoners (Rolling • Elle Gallo Band — 9 p.m., The • Shyrne with Tucker Jameson GettingInTune@MarkRenburke.co
• Steve Willey — 8:30 to 11:30 p.m.,
Stones tribute) — 8 p.m., Lucky Pump House, Southbridge, Mass. and The Hot Mugs — 6 p.m., The m. Anything I get before Friday of
TJ O’Brien’s, Sturbridge, Mass.
Dog, Worcester, Mass. • Jediah — 8 p.m., Oxford Casual Raven, Worcester, Mass. each week will make the following
• RAM — 9 p.m., Lucky’s, Foster,
• Chris Reddy — 8 p.m., PJ’S Bar Dining, Oxford, Mass. • Dana Lewis — 8 p.m., Caffe .
Friday’s paper Keep the music live
& Grille, West Boylston, Mass. • The Blackstone Valley Celtic Sorrento, Milford, Mass. and not so quiet here in
• ABBA The Music — 8 p.m., Wolf
• Bill McCarthy — 8 p.m., al Festival with Charlie Zahm, • Ronnie Milsap with the Country Northeastern Connecticut and
Den, Mohegan Sun Casino,
Fresco, Holden, Mass. Coyote Run, Cady Finlayson Band, Mile Band — 2 p.m., Indian Ranch, Central Massachusetts!
Rell signs house mortgage bills
HARTFORD — Gov. M. Jodi Rell recently the payments they have already missed,” Rell Lenders lose an interest-earning loan. tion and testing requirements.
signed three bills that will help more said. “The majority of these are not homeown- Neighbors end up with an empty house next House Bill 6481, “An Act Concerning the
Connecticut families who are struggling to ers who unwisely bought more house than door and see their own property values Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program,”
pay their mortgages keep their homes, includ- they could afford. They are hard-working peo- decrease. It is the best interests of everyone to expands eligibility for two state-run assis-
ing a bill making the state’s foreclosure medi- ple who have been laid off or seen their prevent this cycle and keep our state’s housing tance programs designed to help responsible
ation process mandatory — rather than incomes reduced as the world’s economic market viable.” homeowners facing financial hardship stay in
optional — for all foreclosures that began after downturn continues to take a terrible toll on Under Senate Bill 948, “An Act Concerning their homes.
July 1. The bills also set new standards for our state. Others are the victims of lax — or Implementation of the S.A.F.E. Mortgage Under current law, “financial hardship” is
mortgage professionals, expand eligibility for even unscrupulous — lending practices. Licensing Act,” the voluntary foreclosure generally defined as a drop in household
state mortgage assistance programs and cre- “Our goal is to help those Connecticut fami- mediation program established in 2008 by Rell income of 25 percent or more that cannot be
ate the crime of residential mortgage fraud. lies — and those lenders — who are making and the co-chairs of the Legislature’s Banking offset by selling the homeowner’s assets. The
“Far too many Connecticut families are good-faith efforts to resolve these problems,” Committee — state Sen. Bob Duff (D-25th definition also includes significant increases
staring at a stack of bills and wondering how the governor said. “There are no victors in a District) and state Rep. Ryan Barry (D-12th in mortgage payment amounts or other hous-
they will make the next mortgage payment — completed foreclosure. Borrowers lose their District) — becomes mandatory for all foreclo- ing expenses, including the costs of heat and
or worse, despairing of ever catching up with home and their share of the American dream. sures starting July 1 and thereafter. utilities. The legislation allows the
“Since the volun- Connecticut Housing Finance Authority
tary program has (CHFA) to determine what constitutes a signif-
been in place, more icant drop in the borrower’s income and to
than a quarter of fore- broaden the definition of circumstances that
closures have gone to are outside the homeowner’s control.
mediation — and The new law also allows homeowners to
Open House – 65 Cady Open House –35 West Open House about 70 percent of apply for the Emergency Mortgage Assistance
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EN Directions: From section of Rtes 169/101
OP OP OP homeowner losing quent on their mortgage. In addition, the new
Directions: Rte. 169 North proceed east on Rte 101
to County Rd. on right, Fairgrounds go north on
to Kearney Rd on right.
take right at end onto Rte. 169 to intersection of
Rte. 171. Go west onto Follow Kearney to 2nd their home or the law expands eligibility for Rell’s CT FAMLIES
Woodstock Road to right
onto Cady Lane to #65 on
Rte. 171 and follow to stop sign and go straight
onto Cooney Rd. House
lender taking over the mortgage assistance program from homeown-
West Rd on right, across
right. from Sprucedale Gardens. is on left, see sign. property,” Rell said. ers with adjustable-rate mortgages (ARMs) to
This 3166 SF hilltop home Architect designed in 1980 In a Pomfret neighbor-
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Armand Poitras, 86 Leonard J. LeBlond, 90
DANIELSON — Armand “Putter” Poitras, serving as a surgical technician WEBSTER, Mass. — Leonard J. LeBlond, Parachute Infantry. He was
86, of Prospect Avenue, Danielson, died with the U.S. Army from Jan. 23, 90, formerly of Thompson Road, died wounded in action twice.
Thursday July 16, with his family by his side.
, 1943, to Jan. 19, 1946. He was a ,
Wednesday July 15, at St. Vincent Hospital in Mr. LeBlond first worked as a
He was the beloved husband of Simone registered pharmacist for many Worcester. dental technician. He then
(Rounds) Poitras. They were married Oct. 18, years in the Moosup and He leaves his wife of 63 years, Marian J. assembled jet engines at Pratt-
1947, at St. James Church in Danielson. Danielson area and for the Day (Sadowski) LeBlond; a son, Gary A. LeBlond, Whitney Aircraft in
In addition to his wife of 61 years, he leaves Kimball Hospital for more than of Brookfield, with whom he lived; his son’s Connecticut. He worked as a
his three children, Sherry Bernier of 36 years. He was director of fiancée, Kristen Canavan, and her daughter, packer at Cranston Print Works Co. in
Danielson, Joyce Lowell and her husband pharmacy for 25 years. He also had worked for Emily Canavan, also of Brookfield; a grand- Webster for more than 20 years before retir-
Daniel of Hebron, and Gregg Poitras and his Allards/Daniel’s Pharmacy for many years. son, Jeremy G. LeBlond, of Rogers, Conn.; a ing in 1984.
wife Aida of Cibolo, Texas; three grandchil- A memorial Mass will be held at 11 a.m. great-granddaughter, Jae’Lyn LeBlond, of A member of Sacred Heart of Jesus
dren, Tammy Bernier Julian and her hus- ,
Saturday July 25, at St. James Church, 12 Rogers, Conn.; nephews and nieces. Church, he was a life member of the League
band Jason of Monroe, Brian Lowell of Franklin St., Danielson. Burial will follow in He was preceded in death by a brother, of the Sacred Heart.
Middletown, and Kara Lowell of Lebanon, Holy Cross Cemetery. Arrangements are Norman LeBlond, and by two sisters, Delores ,
The funeral was held Saturday July 18, at
Maine; and two great-grandchildren, being handled by Gagnon and Costello Prunier and Antoinette Domey . Scanlon Funeral Service, 38 East Main St.,
Madison and Logan Julian. Funeral Home, 33 Reynolds St., Danielson. A son of William and Laura (Girouard) with a Mass at Sacred Heart of Jesus Church.
The son of Luc and Clara (Boulais) Poitras, In lieu of flowers, donations may be made LeBlond, he was born in Webster and lived Burial was in Sacred Heart Cemetery The.
he was born Feb. 12, 1923, in Danielson. He in his memory to Alzheimer’s Association, there for most of his life, moving to Webster-Dudley Veterans Council provided
was a graduate of St. James School and Connecticut Chapter, 279 New Britain Road, Brookfield in 1997. He graduated from the military honors at the cemetery.
Killingly High School. He received his Suite 5, Kensington, CT 06037 (www.alzct.org) Bartlett High School and completed studies at Donations may be made to Sacred Heart of
Bachelor of Science from the University of or to the Hospice of Northeastern a dental college in Philadelphia. Jesus Church, 18 East Main St., Webster, MA
Rhode Island and his master’s degree from .O.
Connecticut, P Box 632, Putnam, CT 06260. Mr. LeBlond was an Army veteran of World 01570.
the University of Maryland. To share a memory with his family “light a
, War II, serving as a private in the Company G
Mr. Poitras was a veteran of World War II, candle” at www.gagnonandcostellofh.com.
Dawn C. Ferland, 57 Lida L. Hayden, 85
BROOKLYN — Lida L. Hayden, 85, of an assessor for the Town of Brooklyn and
WOODSTOCK VALLEY Connecticut State College who dedicated her
Clearview Drive, died Tuesday July 14, at Day part-time assessor for the Town of Killingly .
— Dawn C. (Cross) .
life to teaching and her family She was the
Kimball Hospital in Putnam. She was a member of St. Albans Episcopal
Ferland, 57, of Woodstock Special Education Department head at Ellis
She was married to Warren J. Hayden, who Church in Danielson, where she was a mem-
Valley died July 14 at the Tech.
died July 15, 2002. ber of the altar guild and the floral chart coor-
University of In her spare time, Mrs. Ferland volunteered
She leaves her daughter, Janet L. Hayden, dinator, among other fellowship activities. A
Massachusetts Medical at the Mystic Aquarium, was a master gar-
and friend Charles Gray-Wolf of Groton; her member of the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority she ,
Center in Worcester, dener and was a master wildlife conserva-
son and daughter-in-law, David and Pam was active in the Order of the Eastern Star
Mass., after a sudden ill- tionist. She spent her life advocating for peo-
Hayden, of Danielson; two brothers, Edward Moosup Masonic Lodge No. 113. After retir-
ness. ple with disabilities and left a major footprint
Martin and his wife Eileen of Angola, N.Y., ing, Mrs. Haden was involved in the RSVP
She was the beloved wife of John W. .
on society She also enjoyed the outdoors,
and Keith Martin and his wife June of Program and the Better Breathing Club. She
Ferland. boating, marathon shopping trips and spend-
Hamburg, N.Y.; her grandson, Dakota was an avid quilter who won many ribbons
In addition to her husband, she leaves her ing her vacations in New Hampshire.
Hayden, of Danielson; step-granddaughter, and awards, including Best of Show at the
daughter, Rebecca McKinnon, and her hus- A graveside service was held Monday July
Tiffany Solar, of Groton; and many beloved Woodstock Fair last year.
band Benjamin of Carthage, N.Y.; her son, 20, at Westfield Cemetery in Danielson. The
nieces and nephews. ,
The funeral was held Monday July 20, at
Patrick Ferland, and his wife Julie of North Gagnon and Costello Funeral Home, 33
She was predeceased by her son, Timothy the Tillinghast Funeral Home, 433 Main St.,
Conway N.H.; grandchildren Gunnar Dean, Reynolds St., Danielson, handled arrange-
M. Hayden, and sisters Bernice Miller and Danielson. Burial was in Westfield Cemetery
Kayper Page and Brodie Neil McKinnon; her ments.
Phyllis Mutchler. in Danielson.
sister, Barbara Graff, and family of Killingly; In lieu of flowers, donations may be made
The daughter of the late Edward and In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory
her brother, Charles Cross Jr., and family of in Mrs. Ferland’s memory to NEADS, 305
Bernice (Conderman) Martin, she was born may be made to Hospice of Northeastern
Plainfield; service dog Moses; and many dear Redemption Rock Trail South, Princeton, MA
Feb. 28, 1924, in Lackawanna, N.Y. .O.
Connecticut, P Box 632, Putnam, CT 06260
01541 or to the Arthritis Foundation, P Box
In the 1970s and ’80s, Mrs. Haden worked in ,
or to the American Cancer Society 106 Route
Born Dec. 17, 1951, in Putnam, she was the 96280, Washington, DC 20077.
the Brooklyn School cafeteria and later was 32 Franklin Commons, Franklin, CT 06254.
daughter of the late Ruth V (Shippee) ,
To share a memory with her family “light a
Provost. candle” at www.gagnonandcostellofh.com.
Mrs. Ferland was a graduate of Southern
Edward Krasinskas, 85 Marie Agnes Lemay, 89
WEBSTER, Mass./THOMPSON — Marie ,
Exelia ( Lemay) Bety she was born and raised
MILLBURY, Mass. — Edward Krasinskas, Felters Texiles. An avid sports ,
Agnes (Bety) Lemay 89, of in Quebec. She and her husband came to
85, formerly of Burbank Street, died fan, he followed the Boston Red 63 Jezierski Lane, died Webster from Quebec in 1960. She lived 36
Thursday July 16, at Millbury Health Care in Sox, Celtics and the New peacefully Monday, July years in Webster and the past 13 with her
Millbury . England Patriots and also 13. daughter in Thompson.
He leaves twin daughters, Arline Mullady enjoyed fishing. She was the wife of Mrs. Lemay worked several years at Angelo
and her husband Robert of Dudley and A funeral Mass was celebrat- ,
Lucien Lemay who died in Fabrics. She was a member of Sacred Heart of
Pauline Krasinskas of Uxbridge; one son, ed Monday, July 20, at St. 1971. Jesus Church and the Ladies Of St. Anne and
Joseph Krasinskas, of Hawaii; and grandson Anthony of Padua Church in She leaves her two sons was a devoted weekly adorer at the Emmaus
Sgt. Robert Mullady of Ashford, Conn. .
Dudley Burial was in the National Cemetery and four daughters, Robert Center. An avid gardener, she loved the out-
He was predeceased by his wife, Veronica in Bourne. The Bartel Funeral Home & Lemay and his wife doors. Most of all, she loved spending time
(Deroy) Krasinskas, and a stepbrother, John ,
Chapel, 33 Schofield Ave., Dudley handled ,
Jeanine of Dudley Mass., Jocelyne Porter and with her family .
Ruthkowski. arrangements. her husband Joseph of Oxford, Mass., ,
Her funeral was held Thursday July 16, at
Mr. Krasinskas was born in Millbury and In lieu of flowers, contributions may be Yolande Jones and her husband John of Bartel Funeral Home & Chapel, 33 Schofield
lived there all his life. He was a Navy Veteran made to St. Anthony of Padua Church, 24 Hardwick, Mass., Sylvie Howard and her hus- ,
Ave., Dudley with a Mass at Sacred Heart of
of World War II and a member of the ,
Dudley Hill Road, Dudley MA 01571. band John of Charlton, Mass., Rene Lemay Jesus Church in Webster. Burial followed in
Millbury VFW He worked in maintenance at and his wife Sally of Woodstock, and Connie ,
Sacred Heart of Jesus Cemetery Webster.
Jezierski and her husband Alan of In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions
Thompson; a brother, Joseph Bety and a sis- may be made to the Perpetual Eucharistic
James E. O’Connell, 64 ter, Lydia Giroux, both in Canada; 17 grand-
children; 10 great-grandchildren; and many
Adoration, Emmaus Center, 17 East Main St.,
or Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, c/o Rectory,
DANIELSON — James E. “Jim” O’Connell, A communicant of St. James Church in nieces and nephews. 18 East Main St., both Webster, MA 01570.
64, of Dyer St., Danielson, died Wednesday , Danielson, Mr. O’Connell had coached for The daughter of the late Adelard and
July 15, at the University of Massachusetts many years for Little League, basketball and
Medical Center in Worcester, Mass. football in Killingly and Brooklyn. He was a
He leaves his sons, Kevin O’Connell of former member of the Quinnatisset Country
Woodstock and Jeffrey O’Connell of
Danielson; his former wife, Krystyna
Club and was very instrumental in having the
Christmas lights in Davis Park in Danielson.
William F. Broughton IV, 52
O’Connell; and two grandchildren, Drew and The funeral was from the Gagnon and PUTNAM — William F. Tuttle, of Putnam. He also leaves his beloved
Natalie. Costello Funeral Home, 33 Reynolds St., “Billy Boy” Broughton IV , dog, “Doba.”
Born Sept. 20, 1944, in Putnam, he was the Danielson. 52, of Prospect Street, died Born in 1956 in New London, he was the son
son of the late Edward and Mary (Brennan) In lieu of flowers, donations may be made Sunday, July 12, at Day of the late William F. Broughton III and the
O’Connell. He was a graduate of Killingly in his memory to the St. James School Kimball Hospital. late Julia Delight (Amidon) Broughton.
High School and a post-grad of Ellis Tech. Association, 12 Franklin St., Danielson, CT He leaves his sons, Mr. Broughton was a resident of Putnam
Mr. O’Connell was employed by Northeast 06239. Adrian T. Broughton of for 35 years and worked as a machinist for
Utilities for 29 years as an electrical engineer, ,
To share a memory with his family “light a Putnam and Harlan N. John M. Dean Inc. He enjoyed gardening and
working in Danielson and Willimantic. He candle” at www.gagnonandcostellofh.com. Broughton of Putnam; his researching his family genealogy, and he
was active with their union, serving as a stew- daughters, Rachel Y. Estes especially loved the ocean.
ard. of Terryville and Hannah E. Broughton of Relatives and friends were invited to visit
Putnam; his sisters, Betsy Shafer of Ledyard, ,
with his family Friday July 17, at the Gilman
Barbara Schoeder of Hampton and Rebecca Funeral Home, 104 Church St., Putnam. At
Doris R. Guay, 78 Syme of Thompson; two grandsons; three
granddaughters; and his former wife, Joyce
the request of the family burial was private.
DAYVILLE — Doris R. Guay, 78, of Mrs. Guay worked as a bookkeeper for A&
Primrose Crossing and formerly of Norwalk, P in New Canaan for many years. She attend-
died Monday July 20, at Day Kimball Hospital
, ed St. James Church in Danielson and St.
Joseph’s Church in Dayville. She was cur-
Charles J. Reneau, 86
She was the wife of the late John T. Guay; rently serving as president of the Putnam PLAINFIELD — Charles J. Reneau, 86, of Upon his honorable discharge
they were married in May 1951. He died Nov. Seniors and was involved in many senior Plainfield and formerly of Milford, Mass., ,
in 1945 from the U.S. Navy Mr.
19, 1995. organizations throughout the area. died Sunday afternoon, July 19, at Day Reneau became employed as a
She leaves her daughter, Pauline Phillips, ,
The funeral was held Thursday July 23, at Kimball Hospital in Putnam, surrounded by mechanic at the former
and her husband Bruce of Danielson; two Tillinghast Funeral Home, 433 Main St., his loving family after a courageous battle Johnson Bus Line in Milford
sons, John R. Guay and his wife Nancy of Danielson, followed by a Mass of Christian with Alzheimer’s disease. and then at the former Draper
Newtown and Richard Guay and his wife Gail Burial at St. James Church, also in Danielson. He was the widow of the late Rita M. Corporation in Hopedale. In
of Phoenix, Ariz.; five grandchildren, Jessica Burial was in St. John’s Cemetery in (Casey) Reneau, who died in 1990. 1955, he was appointed as a call firefighter to
Guay Heather Guay Melissa Phillips, Tiffany
, , Norwalk. He leaves one son, Charles “Chuck” E. the Milford Fire Department and was
Phillips and Alex Guay; her great-grandson, In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory Reneau of Milford; twin daughters Martha E. appointed a permanent firefighter in 1961
Hunter Guay; and three nieces. may be made to Hospice of Northeastern Doherty and her husband Ronald of before retiring in 1984.
She was predeceased by her sister, Theresa .O.
Connecticut, P Box 632, Putnam, CT 06260 Uxbridge, Mass., and Mary E. Martello and Mr. Reneau volunteered more than 3,000
Cambra. or to the Day Kimball Hospital Oncology her husband George of Pomfret; nine grand- hours at the former Milford-Whitinsville
Born July 5, 1931, in Queens, N.Y., she was Department, 320 Pomfret St., Putnam, CT children, Christopher, Timothy and Sean Regional Hospital in Milford and enjoyed
the daughter of the late Emile and Florence 06260. Reneau, Shannon, Lauren and Erin Doherty , traveling, dancing to music of the Big Band
(Bernier) Legendre. and Erica, Amy and Joseph Martello; five era and helping his children in his early
great-grandchildren, Nathaniel and Breanna retirement years.
Reneau, Kacey Doherty-Groehl, and Melina His funeral was held Thursday morning,
and Amaya Martello; and several nieces and July 23, at the Edwards Memorial Funeral
nephews. Home, 44 Congress St., Milford, followed by a
He was the father of the late Ellen Reneau Mass of Christian Burial at St. Mary of the
and the brother of the late Lillian Veau. Assumption Church, also in Milford. Burial
The son of the late Joseph and the late with military honors followed in the parish
Lillian (Vayo) Reneau, he was born in cemetery in Milford.
Uxbridge and resided in Milford from 1955 to In lieu of flowers, donations may be made
2004. to either the Alzheimer’s Association
Mr. Reneau attended the Northbridge pub- Massachusetts Chapter, 311 Arsenal St.,
lic schools as a young boy and was employed Watertown, MA 02472 or to the Hospice
at Harrington Richardson Arms in Worcester Palliative Care of Northeastern Connecticut,
before enlisting in the U.S. Navy in 1942. He .O.
c/o Day Kimball Development Office, P Box
served aboard the USS LST 779 in the Pacific 632 Putnam, CT 06260.
VILLAGER NEWSPAPERS ☎ TOWN-TO-TOWN CLASSIFIEDS ☎ Friday, July 24, 2009 B5
RELIGIOUS SERVICES RELIGION
BALLOUVILLE Danielson, 779-2418. Pastor Ralph
Stravato. Services: Sunday 10
A kingdom that cannot be shaken
a.m. (Children’s Church at same
St. Anne's Church — closed. No ,
time), Wednesday 6:30 p.m.
services as of Sept. 1, 2008.
St. Alban’s Episcopal Church,
254 Broad St., Killingly 774-8833.
BROOKLYN Pastor: The Rev. Dr. Michele L. “Therefore, since we are home. He knew it would be cannot be shaken. The writer is, of
Matott receiving a kingdom that tested from time to time so course, talking about the Kingdom of
Community Bible Chapel, 385 Services: Sundays, 10 a.m. cannot be shaken, let us EYOND B he built it on a good strong Christ. When a person commits his
South St., Brooklyn, 774-7115. be thankful, and so wor- foundation with quality or her life to Jesus Christ, he or she
Pastor: Services: Family Bible St. James Church, 12 Franklin ship God acceptably with
HE EWS T P bricks so that it would becomes part of an enduring king-
hour and Sunday School, 11 a.m. St., Danielson, 774-3900. Pastor: reverence and awe, for stand the test of time. dom that is strong enough to provide
Rev. John J. O’Neill. Morning our God is a consuming Tim Vamosi “The wolf finally arrived a shelter in every situation. It is a
Federated Church of Christ, 15 Masses: Monday – Friday 7 and 9
Hartford Road, Brooklyn, 774- fire.” (Hebrews 12:28) at his front door. ‘Little pig, kingdom built not by the hands of
a.m. Saturday at 7:30 a.m. little pig, let me in, let me man with perishable materials, or
9817. Pastor: Rev. Paulette ,
Confessions Saturday 3:45 p.m.
Harwood. Services: 10 a.m. I’m sure you’ve heard the story of in, or I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll the plans of man with vanishing wis-
Saturday Vigil Mass, 4:30 p.m. The Three Little Pigs. blow your house in!’ dom. Rather it is built by the power
Sundays Sunday Masses at 7, 9 and 11 a.m. “Once upon a time there were “Pig Number Three said in reply , and wisdom of an unchanging,
Open Bible Baptist, 198 Prince three little pigs and the time came for ‘Go ahead and try — you old wind- omniscient God. It is a kingdom that
United Methodist Church of
Hill Road, Brooklyn, 779-7595. Danielson, 9 Spring, Killingly , them to leave home and seek their bag! I won’t let you in — not by the is powerful, enduring, permanent
Pastor: Ricky Davis. Sunday 774-2839. Office, 779-2018. Pastor: fortunes. Before they left, their moth- hair on my chin-ee-chin-chin.’ and everlasting. The world cannot
School, 10 a.m. Services: 11 a.m. Dan Ames. Services: Sundays, er told them, ‘Whatever you do, do it “So the wolf huffed and he puffed destroy it, and evil cannot prevail
and 6:30 p.m. Wednesday prayer 10:30 a.m. Sunday School, 9:30 the best that you can because that’s and he blew and he blew but he could against it. It is our hope, our victory,
and Bible study 7 p.m. a.m. the way to get along in the world.’ Pig not blow down that house made of our strength and our shield. It is
Number One built his house of straw bricks. And he really worked at it unshakable, unstoppable, irrevoca-
Our Lady of LaSalette Church, Westfield Congregational — this was the easiest thing to do. Pig too! He tried and he tried but he just ble and unconquerable. When you’re
25 Providence Road, Brooklyn, Church Number Two built his house out of didn’t have enough wind to blow over attached to it, you are untouchable.
774-6275. Pastor: Fr. Raymond 210 Main St., Danielson sticks. It was a bit stronger than Pig that house. He eventually got so tired When you’re attached to a life built
Vaillancourt. Masses: Saturday 774-8438 Number One’s house but undoubted- he had to give up. But that doesn’t with straw, when the wind starts to
vigil, 4 p.m.; Sunday Mass, 8 a.m.; Rev. Alice O'Donovan ly had its weak points. Pig Number mean that old wolf was totally blow hard, your world will crumble.
Tuesday Mass, 8 a.m.; Holy Day Worship at 10:00 a.m., Sunday Three built his house out of bricks. defeated. He came up with a new If you’re attached to a stick exis-
Masses, 9 a.m. Confessions, mar- School at 10:00 a.m. “One night the Big Bad Wolf, who .
strategy That sly old wolf climbed tence, when the world starts to
riages, baptisms by appoint- e-mail: westfieldcongregat@sbc-
dearly loved to eat fat little piggies, up on the roof of the house and shake, you’re going to fall apart as
www.westfielducc.org came along and saw the first little pig attempted to sneak into the house by well. But if you’re part of an unshak-
in his house of straw. He said, ‘Little coming down the chimney But the. able kingdom that has been engi-
Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, pig, little pig, let me in, let me in, or three little pigs were onto him this neered by Almighty God, it doesn’t
Colonial Baptist Church
620 Wauregan Road, Brooklyn, 185 Broad St. (Killingly I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll blow time. They lit a roaring fire in the matter what is falling apart around
774-6892. Services: 9 a.m. Sunday Recreation Center building) your house in!’ fireplace and placed a large kettle of you — you won’t be falling apart with
Rectory 564-2668. Danielson, CT “Pig Number One said, ‘Not by the water over it. The mean old wolf fell, it. Because God’s kingdom stands.
774-2202 hair of my chin-ee-chin-chin.’ “KERSPLASH!” right into the hot Let the wolf prowl. Let the lion roar.
St. John Lutheran Church, Pastor Russ Elam “So the wolf huffed and he puffed water. That was the end of the Big Let the devil scheme his evil plans.
445 Providence Road Sunday morning services: and he blew the straw house down. Bad Wolf and the three little pigs The Kingdom of God still remains.
Brooklyn celebration and worship, Pig Number One’s world had fallen lived happily ever after.” His kingdom stands. It cannot be
Rev. Lisa C. Anderson 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. apart, so he hurried over to Pig So much for the imaginary world shaken.
Summer worship: 9:30 a.m. Community & Youth
(pre-kindergarten-high school Number Two’s home. The wolf then of fairy tales — let’s get back to the The next time you hear the wolf
Sundays came to the house made of sticks. He .
world of reality In the real world, banging on your door, don’t even
Vacation Bible School: knocked on the door of the second we’ve all heard the wolf banging on worry about it. Remember the
10:30 a.m. to noon., Sunday
Discovery Canyon the week of For additional detailed informa- house and said, ‘Little pig, little pig, the door, haven’t we? We’ve all faced Kingdom. Remember that God’s
July 27-31; register online tion, please call 774-2202. let me come in.’ times when it seemed as if our world glory and power flow in his
www.thevbsplace.org/StJohnBr “Pig Number Two said, ‘Not by the was falling down around us. How do Kingdom. Lift up a prayer in the
ooklynCT, or call the church at hair of my chin-ee-chin-chin.’ So the you stay stable when the strong wind name of your Savior, and rest in the
774-0029; VBS for preschool- wolf huffed and he puffed and he blows hard? You need to be part of blessed assurance you have in the
grade 6; registration $10/child; DAYVILLE blew that house in. kingdom that provides protection power of his protection. Remember
maximum of $25 per family . “Pig Number One and Pig Number against any and all enemies. And if in Christ you are receiving a king-
St. Ignatius Church — closed. No
services as of Sept. 1, 2008. St. Two were now homeless so they ran you know Jesus as Lord and Savior, dom that cannot be shaken. Stand
Trinity Episcopal Church, over to Pig Number Three’s home, you have all the shelter you’ll ever firm.
Joseph Church have the
Brooklyn, 774-9352. Pastor: The which was very different from the need.
Saturday vigil Mass at 4 p.m. that
Rev. James Kellaway Services: other two. Pig Number Three had The writer of Hebrews reminds us Tim Vamosi is the pastor of
was formerly at Ignatius.
Sunday Holy eucharist, 8 and 10 taken great care in how he built his — we are receiving a kingdom that Eastford Baptist Church in Eastford.
a.m. Wednesday healing
St. Joseph Church
eucharist, 7 p.m.
Masses: Saturday 4 p.m., Sunday
8:30 and 10 a.m.
Unitarian Universalist Society
in Brooklyn, Rts. 6 and 69,
Brooklyn, 779-2623. President:
Ann Barry Services: 10:30 a.m.,
KILLINGLY Leith-Bushey joins Day Kimball
two Sundays per month at Calvary Bible Baptist Church,
Brooklyn Community Center ,
162 Main St., Killingly 779-7267. PUTNAM — Charlene L. Leith- Her most recent position was at
January to April, at meeting- Pastor: Michael J. Rizzuti. Bushey has been hired as Day UniBank in Whitinsville, Mass.,
house on the Green, April to Services: Sunday School 10 a.m. Kimball Healthcare’s director of where she was assistant vice presi-
December. Services 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. communications. dent and marketing manager. Prior
Wednesday services, 7 p.m. Leith-Bushey is responsible for to that, she held positions with
all corporate communications Tyrolit North America (Bay
DANIELSON Church of the Nazarene, 440 including advertising, public rela- State/Sterling Inc.) in Westboro,
Westcott Road, Killingly 774-5844. tions and promoting Day Kimball Mass., and the Natick Mall in
Cornerstone Baptist Church Pastor: Rev. Wendy Ambrefe. Healthcare’s strong and positive Natick, Mass. Leith-Bushey holds
247 Broad St., Danielson Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Sunday presence in the community. In both a master’s degree and a
774-3907 services, 10:45 a.m. and 6 p.m. addition, she will develop and Bachelor of Science degree in busi-
Sunday School: 9 a.m. Wednesday prayer and Bible implement the organization’s ness administration from Nichols
Worship: 10:30 a.m. study, 7 p.m. Thursday youth strategic communications plan to College. She also has an associate in
Pastor: the Rev. Greg Thomas social time, 7 p.m. support Day Kimball’s long- and arts degree in management of tech-
www.cbcct.us short-term business objectives, as nology from Central New England
First Apostolic Church of well as have a significant role in College.
Danielson, 6 Academy St., formulating the organization’s Leith-Bushey served several
Congregation B’Nai Shalom: Killingly, 774-3564. Services: goals and strategies. years as the chairperson of the
Sons of Zion building, 125 Sunday, 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. “We are excited to have Blackstone Valley Chamber of
Church St., Putnam. Beth Israel ,
Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Charlene join us,” said Robert E. Commerce’s annual Home &
building, 39 Killingly Dr., Smanik, president and CEO of Day Business Expo. She was also a vol-
Danielson. Friday evening ser- South Killingly Congrega-tional Courtesy photo
Kimball Healthcare. “Her experi- unteer instructor for Junior
vices: 7 p.m. in Putnam. Saturday Church, 160 Halls Road, Killingly, Charlene L. Leith-Bushey
morning services: 9 a.m. in ence and education in communica- Achievement of Central
774-3871. Pastor: Frank C.
Putnam. tions and marketing will be a terrif- Massachusetts. In 2001, Leith-
Perkins. Services: Sunday 10:30
Hebrew school meets Sunday a.m. ic asset for our efforts to communi- the Day Kimball Healthcare team, Bushey was selected as one of the
mornings. Hebrew School cate the many great programs and I look forward to being a part of Worcester Business Journals’ “Top
Director Jennifer Wright, 774- Union Baptist Church, 1369 offered at Day Kimball Healthcare its continued success,” said Leith- 40 Under 40.”
6404; Lay Leader Alan Turner, Hartford Pike, Killingly 774-6653. by its talented physicians and staff. Bushey “My children and I are
. Formerly of Framingham and
774-7181; President Linda Pastor: William P. Pearl. With Charlene and her family resid- patients of Day Kimball, so I know Millbury, Mass., Leith-Bushey
Simons, 928-4806. ,
Services: Sunday 10 a.m.,, includ- ing in North Grosvenordale, we firsthand the high quality care that moved to Northeast Connecticut
ing children’s Sunday School. have the added benefit of her per- Day Kimball offers.” five years ago and currently resides
Gospel Light Christian Tuesday Bible study 7 p.m.
, spective on Northeast Leith-Bushey comes to Day in North Grosvenordale with her
Fellowship, 132 Wauregon Road, Connecticut.” Kimball Healthcare with 20 years of husband Ron and her sons
“I am very excited to be a part of progressive marketing experience. Cameron and Colton.
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tees and subcommittees, volunteer at our programs and awareness events, Open Mon.-Fri. 7:30am-5:00pm; Sat. 8-12
and participate in a series of monthly programs. They provide direction
for program implementation.”
Membership in TLGV starts at $25 for individuals and $45 for families.
Benefits of membership include:
Northeast Transit District NEW Bus Schedule
• Invitations to monthly member-only programs, events and activities
throughout the region. (Monday – Friday) *Shift change -requires transfer
• A quarterly newsletter, “The Voice of the Valley and guides to area
attractions, events, hiking trails and farms.
• Access to land use, historical and natural resource data.
• The privilege to attend membership, board and committee meetings
and to vote for board members.
• Family participation in The Acorn Club’s special activities for children
12 and under.
All members of the organization receive a complimentary reusable
shopping bag made from recycled materials that includes TLGV logo.
Monthly-member only programs include guided river paddles, tours of
historic commons and buildings, nature hikes and outings, museum tours,
farm tours and much more. Increased giving-level memberships include
The Last Green Valley invites local residents to consider membership by
calling (860) 774-3300 to receive membership information and a complimen-
tary newsletter, or by visiting www.thelastgreenvalley .org to sign up
online. Join the hundreds of residents already actively involved in preserv-
ing this beautiful region, and experience again all there is to do in The Last
Green Valley .
Call 774-3902 for more details
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THE DEADLINE to submit calendar listings
is Monday at noon. Send to
Stephanie Jarvis at
The calendar page is a free service offered for Kennedy Drive, Putnam. For more informa-
listings for government, educational and non- tion, drop by the library or call 963-6826.
profit organizations. Send all calendar listings
and happenings by mail at P .O Box 196, ‘MUSIC AND MOVEMENT WITH THE
Woodstock, CT 06281, by fax at (860) 928-5946, or FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER’ will be held
by e-mail to email@example.com. from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Putnam Public
All calendar listings must be submitted by noon ,
Library 225 Kennedy Drive, Putnam. This pro-
Monday to be published in the following gram does not require registration, and par-
Friday’s edition. Villager Newspapers will ents and children birth to school age are wel-
print such listings as space allows. come. Stay for the free lunch, available to chil-
dren birth to age 18, that follows at 11:30 a.m.
FRIDAY BLOOD PRESSURE CLINIC will be offered
at 1 p.m. at the Pomfret Senior Center, at Wolf
July 24 Den Grange 61, 207 Mashamoquet Road,
VOLUNTEER OPEN HOUSE will be held
from 9 to 11 a.m. at Harrington HealthCare at
Hubbard, in the Webster, Mass., campus cafe-
teria at 340 Thompson Road. Fill out paper-
work and learn more about the great volun- July 27
teer programs the hospital has. For more
information, please contact Laura Dilts at HARRINGTON HEALTHCARE AT HUB-
(508) 765-9771, ext. 6471. BARD PRESENTATION, with
Administrator Tom Hijeck, will begin at 10
a.m. the Thompson Knights of Columbus
SATURDAY Council 2087, 1017 Riverside Drive, Thompson.
Hijeck will be available to educate residents
July 25 on recent changes to the Hubbard campus,
answer questions on insurance or services,
R.O.A.D. will perform a concert at 7 p.m. out- and provide information for those who have
doors on the grounds of Roseland Cottage in concerns on the recent transition.
Woodstock. Formerly known as the New
Polish Cowboys, R.O.A.D. is a local band that ‘CROQUET ON THE COMMON’ IS AUG. 8
plays a wide selection of rock-n-Roll, blue-
grass and country music. The concert, is the
Courtesy photo TUESDAY
third of a four-part summer Twilight Concert
Teams play during the Village Improvement Society of Thompson’s 2008 “Croquet on the Common”
Tournament, Cookout & Fund-raiser, this year to be held Saturday, Aug. 8, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
series co-sponsored by Roseland Cottage and
(rain date Aug. 15). No croquet experience is necessary (instructions will be provided), and par-
the Woodstock Recreation Commission, is free PRE-TEEN YOGA will be held from 10:30 to
ticipants do not have to be Thompson residents. Cost is $20 per team of two. All funds raised will
and open to the public. Guests are encouraged go toward maintaining the Thompson Common. To register, please send team name, player
11:15 a.m. at the Putnam Public Library 225 ,
to bring a picnic dinner, relax on the grounds, name(s), address, phone number, e-mail address and check payable to Village Improvement
Kennedy Drive, Putnam. Children 9 through
and enjoy the gardens. Pink lemonade will be Society of Thompson, P.O. Box 2, Thompson CT 06277 by July 31 (slots are limited). For addition- 12 are invited to learn yoga skills with Sara
available for a donation. The last concert in al information or a registration form, please e-mail ThompsonVIS@gmail.com or call Paul Giguere from InsideOut Wellness. Registration is
the series, on Wednesday Aug. 6, will feature at (860) 935-9160. In addition to the croquet tournament, there will also be a “free play” field and required; please call 963-6826 to register.
the Little Big Band. a cookout with hamburgers, hot dogs and more. Spectators are welcome; bring lawn chairs.
CHILDREN’S DROP-IN READING TIME is
FUND-RAISING TAG SALE will be held ,
today at the Thompson Public Library located
from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Putnam VFW Post at 934 Riverside Drive in North
1523. Donations for the sale are being accept- Grosvenordale. Come read anytime while the
ed. Table space is for rent at $15 per table or available at the door. Call 774-3907. event is open to the public. Take-out available. library is open and receive a bookmark and a
$25 for two. A luncheon will also be held dur- lollipop. For more information, visit online at
ing the event. Funds will go toward ongoing BUTTERFLY WALK will begin at 1 p.m. at CARGILL COUNCIL 64’S 117TH www.thompsonpubliclibrary .org or call (860)
programs at the VFW. Contact ,
the Connecticut Audubon Society 189 Pomfret ANNIVERSARY PRAYER SERVICE will be 923-9779.
Quartermaster Chris Thull at 336-1350 for fur- St., Pomfret Center. Join Andy Rzeznikiewicz held at noon at the grave of Cargill Council’s
ther information. as he catches, identifies and releases as many first grand knight, Edward Mullan, in St.
SECOND ANNUAL LEGION RIDERS
different kinds of butterflies found on the
sanctuary Fee is $5 for CAS members and $10
Mary’s Cemetery Providence Street, Putnam.
Members of the Knights of Columbus, their WEDNESDAY
for non-members. families and the public are invited.
CHICKEN BARBECUE DINNER will be
held at 6 p.m., with music from 7 p.m. and on,
at the American Legion Family Post 67, Route
200, North Grosvenordale. Cost is $8 per per-
son. Proceeds will benefit Post programs and
SUNDAY MONDAY BAY PATH COLLEGE INFORMATION
SESSION, for the One-Day-A-Week Saturday
College for adult women and the new graduate
projects. July 26 July 27 program in special education for men and
women, will be held at 6 p.m. at the Central
BLUEBERRY SUPPER, with seatings at 4:30 ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT-BREAKFAST will be Wii FOR SENIORS will be offered at 1 p.m. in Massachusetts Campus, 242 Sturbridge Road,
and 5:45 p.m., will be held at the Cornerstone held from 8 to 11 a.m. at the American Legion the community center, room 2, at the Charlton. The session is free and open to
Baptist Church, 247 Broad St., Danielson. The Post 67, Route 200, North Grosvenordale. Thompson Public Library, 934 Riverside women who are interested in completing their
menu includes Bernie’s beans, ham, salads Tickets are $6 per person. Proceeds will bene- Drive, North Grosvenordale. Wii is an interac- undergraduate college degree, as well as to
(tossed, pasta, gelatin and carrot), coffee and fit Legion projects. tive video game that provides low-impact exer- men and women considering a career in spe-
iced tea, and homemade blueberry desserts cise. This activity is for those 55 and up. For cial education. To register, contact the Central
(including sugar-free). Tickets are $9 for ANNUAL CHICKEN BARBECUE will he more information, call (860) 923-9779. Massachusetts campus at (800) 495-7284 or
adults, $8 for seniors and $6.50 for children held from noon to 3 p.m. at the Putnam Elks (508) 248.5088, or e-mail
ages 5 through 12. Reservations are suggested, Club 574, Edmond St., Putnam. Donation is $8 ADULT SCRABBLE CLUB will meet from 6
as only a limited number of tickets will be per person. For tickets, call 928-3901. This ,
to 8 p.m. at the Putnam Public Library 225 Turn To CALENDAR, page 7
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THE DEADLINE to submit calendar listings
is Monday at noon. Send to
Stephanie Jarvis at
CALENDAR Kennedy Drive, Putnam. The event is free and and open to the public. Guests are encouraged 12:30 p.m. at its temporary location at the
continued from page 6 open to the public. Free hot dogs, hamburgers, to bring a picnic dinner, relax on the grounds Tracy House (next to the Abington
chips and drinks will be available. Bella the and enjoy the gardens. Lemonade will be Congregational Church) on Route 97 in
Clown will be on site from noon to 3 p.m., and available for a donation. Rain date is Abington. Please bring proper I.D. and proof
attendees can also enjoy a Putnam fire truck ,
Thursday Aug. 6. Before the concert perfor- of residence (copy of a phone or electric bill,
demonstration, waterslides, a moon bounce mance, Roseland Cottage will offer special etc.). The Food Pantry will be open Tuesdays
‘STUART LITTLE’ will be shown at 2 p.m. at
and other fun activities. first-floor tours of the museum from 6 to 7 p.m. and on Mondays from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. every
the Thompson Public Library located at 934
Adult admission for this tour is $4, $3 for week.
Riverside Drive in North Grosvenordale. For
BREAKFAST BUFFET will be held from 7 to seniors and $2 for students. Museum tours are
more information, visit online at www.thomp-
10 a.m. at the United Methodist Church, 954 free for Historic New England members and COMPUTER BASICS CLASS will be held at
sonpubliclibrary.org or call (860) 923-9779.
Riverside Drive, North Grosvenordale. Tickets Woodstock residents. 1 p.m. at the Putnam Public Library, 225
are $6 for adults and $3 for children. Kennedy Drive, Putnam. Classes will focus on
CREATIVE COMMUNITY COOK-OFF will
helping those unfamiliar with computers to
be held at 6 p.m. at the Thompson Public
Library, located at 934 Riverside Drive in
MONDAY THURSDAY develop the skills they need to use the comput-
er, conduct basic Internet searches, use an e-
North Grosvenordale. Families are invited to
compete for the title of “Thompson’s Best August 6 mail account and create documents using
Cook.” Registration is required. For more August 3 word processing. The small, intimate class
size is ideal for those with very little to no
information, visit online at www.thompson- ‘STORY TIME WITH THE FAMILY
‘DOUBT’ will be shown at 10:15 a.m. and 1:30 RESOURCE CENTER’ will be held from 10:45 experience using computers. Classes will also
publiclibrary.org or call (860) 923-9779.
p.m. at the Thompson Public Library 934, to 11:30 a.m. at the Putnam Public Library 225
, be held Aug. 18 and 25. Please call the library
Riverside Drive (Route 12), North Kennedy Drive, Putnam. Children 18 months at 963-6826 to register for these free classes.
‘SCENT OF A WOMAN’ will be shown at 1:30
p.m. at the Pomfret Senior Center, at Wolf Den Grosvenordale. For more information, visit to 4 years old are invited. Registration is
online at www.thompsonpubliclibrary .org or required; please call the FRC at 963-6940 to reg-
Grange 61, 207 Mashamoquet Road, Pomfret
Center. call (860) 923-9779. ister. Stay for the free lunch, available to chil-
dren birth to age 18, that follows at 11:30 a.m.
NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST POMFRET FOOD PANTRY for residents of August 13
NIGHT will be held at 7 p.m. at the the town of Pomfret will be open from 5:30 to RONALD MCDONALD SHOW will be held
Connecticut Audubon Society 189 Pomfret St.,
, 6:30 p.m. at its temporary location at the Tracy from 11:30 a.m. to noon at the Putnam Public ‘STORY TIME WITH THE FAMILY
Pomfret Center. Join the Quinebaug Valley House (next to the Abington Congregational ,
Library 225 Kennedy Drive, Putnam. This is a RESOURCE CENTER’ will be held from 10:45
Nature Photography Club for an informal con- Church) on Route 97 in Abington. Please bring free program for the whole family. ,
to 11:30 a.m. at the Putnam Public Library 225
test. Bring up to four nature photographs in proper I.D. and proof of residence (copy of a Kennedy Drive, Putnam. Children 18 months
any combination of color, black and white, phone or electric bill, etc.). The Food Pantry to 4 years old are invited. Registration is
prints, slides or snapshots. Pictures should be
of nature and not include domestic animals or
will be open Monday evenings and on
Tuesdays from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. every
MONDAY required; please call the FRC at 963-6940 to reg-
ister. Stay for the free lunch, available to chil-
cultivated flowers, nor should the “hand of
man” dominate. Those who do not enter any
week. August 10 dren birth to age 18, that follows at 11:30 a.m.
photos may also attend. The event is free for ADULT SCRABBLE CLUB will meet from 6
CAS and QVPC members and $5 for non-mem-
TUESDAY to 8 p.m. at the Putnam Public Library 225
Kennedy Drive, Putnam. For more informa-
TALK/BOOK SIGNING WITH AUTHOR
August 4 tion, drop by the library or call 963-6826. August 15
JAN MANN on her book, “Cruising POMFRET FOOD PANTRY for residents of JUICE POUCH BAG CRAFT WORKSHOP EASTFORD INDEPENDENT FIRE CO. NO.
Connecticut with a Picnic Basket,” will begin the town of Pomfret will be open from 11:30 will be held at 1:30 p.m. at the Putnam Public 1 ANNUAL CHICKEN BBQ, featuring drive-
at 6:30 p.m. at the Thompson Public Library . a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at its temporary location at ,
Library 225 Kennedy Drive, Putnam. Susan through service, will be held from 4 to 6 p.m.,
This book is for the active day-tripper or the the Tracy House (next to the Abington ,
Lowe Heaney of Creative Sewing, will lead eat in or take out. Cost is $10 per dinner. The
arm-chair traveler, the picnic aficionado or Congregational Church) on Route 97 in this workshop on how to recycle juice pouch- fire station is located at 6 Westford Road in
the novice picnicker and anyone who loves Abington. Please bring proper I.D. and proof es. Participants will need to supply some Eastford.
cookbooks. For more information, call (860) of residence (copy of a phone or electric bill, materials, including 11 juice pouches. Ages 8
923-9779 or visit online at www.thompsonpub- etc.). The Food Pantry will be open Tuesdays through 13 are welcome, but must register by
liclibrary.org. and on Mondays from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. every
calling 963-6826. MONDAY
THURSDAY COMPUTER BASICS CLASS will be held at
‘MUSIC AND MOVEMENT WITH THE
FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER’ will be held
1 p.m. at the Putnam Public Library, 225 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Putnam Public ‘FROST/NIXON’ will be shown at 10:15 a.m.
July 30 Kennedy Drive, Putnam. Classes will focus on
helping those unfamiliar with computers to
Library 225 Kennedy Drive, Putnam. This pro-
gram does not require registration, and par-
and 1:30 p.m. at the Thompson Public Library,
934 Riverside Drive (Route 12), North
‘STORY TIME WITH THE FAMILY develop the skills they need to use the comput- ents and children birth to school age are wel- Grosvenordale. For more information, visit
RESOURCE CENTER’ will be held from 10:45 er, conduct basic Internet searches, use an e- come. Stay for the free lunch, available to chil- online at www.thompsonpubliclibrary .org or
to 11:30 a.m. at the Putnam Public Library 225 mail account and create documents using dren birth to age 18, that follows at 11:30 a.m. call (860) 923-9779.
Kennedy Drive, Putnam. Children 18 months word processing. The small, intimate class
to 4 years old are invited. Registration is size is ideal for those with very little to no POMFRET FOOD PANTRY for residents of POMFRET FOOD PANTRY for residents of
required; please call the FRC at 963-6940 to reg- experience using computers. Classes will also the town of Pomfret will be open from 5:30 to the town of Pomfret will be open from 5:30 to
ister. Stay for the free lunch, available to chil- be held Aug. 11, 18 and 25. Please call the 6:30 p.m. at its temporary location at the Tracy 6:30 p.m. at its temporary location at the Tracy
dren birth to age 18, that follows at 11:30 a.m. library at 963-6826 to register for these free House (next to the Abington Congregational House (next to the Abington Congregational
classes. Church) on Route 97 in Abington. Please bring Church) on Route 97 in Abington. Please bring
SUMMER STORIES, for children birth to 5 proper I.D. and proof of residence (copy of a proper I.D. and proof of residence (copy of a
years, will be held at 10:30 a.m. at the phone or electric bill, etc.). The Food Pantry phone or electric bill, etc.). The Food Pantry
Thompson Public Library, located at 934
Riverside Drive in North Grosvenordale.
WEDNESDAY will be open Monday evenings and on
Tuesdays from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. every
will be open Monday evenings and on
Tuesdays from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. every
Registration is not required. For more infor-
mation, visit online at www.thompsonpublicli-
August 5 week. week.
brary.org or call (860) 923-9779. LITTLE BIG BAND CONCERT will begin at
BOOK CLUB will discuss “Oh Pray My Wings
7 p.m. outdoors on the grounds of Roseland
Cottage in Woodstock. The Little Big Band is a
Are Gonna Fit Me Well” by Maya Angelou at
1:30 p.m. at the Pomfret Senior Center, at Wolf
dynamic 15-piece swing band with a reper- August 11
toire including popular swing and big band
Den Grange 61, 207 Mashamoquet Road, music from traditional standards, as well as POMFRET FOOD
Pomfret Center. Refreshments will be served. contemporary swing sounds with a rock ‘n’ PANTRY for resi-
Transportation can be provided. Please call roll and rhythm ‘n’ blues edge. The concert, co- dents of the town of
928-7459 to register. sponsored by Roseland Cottage and the Pomfret will be open
Woodstock Recreation Commission, is free from 11:30 a.m. to
FIRST ANNUAL BAZAAR BLASTOFF 5K
ROAD RACE will begin with registration
from 7:30 to 8:45 a.m. at St. James School in
Danielson, with the event following at 9 a.m.
Applications can be found online at www.the-
lastmileracing.com. The race is open to run-
ner and walkers.
COMMUNITY PICNIC will be held from
noon to 3 p.m. at Hope Community Church, 25
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Windows Fit In 1999 Plymouth Minivan 36” Electric Range Perfect Condition. Hardly
Pricing Gun & Tags Excellent Condition $50 Runs $25 Porcelain Handles. Used. Originally Paid $1300
(2) Crates Coat Hangers With Screens: $70 Each Cargo Carrier (2)Glass Doors For Kitchen Will Take $800
Assorted Pictures (4) 22.75”W/40”H Refrigerator Cabinet
Or Both For $100 $50 For 2-Inch Receiver Call 508-234-2647
(10) 22.75”W/48”H 2 Solid Wood Doors
Only Used 7 Months 2 IBM Selectric New $40
(9) 22.75”W/56”H Lawn Sweeper Buying All Unwanted
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$100 OBO 8HP Briggs & Stratton Old Gold For Cash
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Large Deck, Stairs, Filter, 53” Panasonic Digital Scale Piece Automatic Scrubbing
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In 4 Years! Both in excellent condition Pump, And All The HD TV Higher Prices Paid
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Captain’s Back Garden Tractor Scrubber/Floor Buffer Insulated Dog FOR HAND ROUTER. 508-867-3360 74” High x 63” 508-826-2029
Stools $200 Wide x 23” Deep.
20 HP, Hydrostatic Drive, Houses, $185.00 A Name You Can Trust
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$50 Each Power Steering, 2-Speed Whirlpool Dishwasher $30 $500. each. Delta Lathe
Axle, 3-Point Hitch, Power
Sharp 30” Over-range Delonghi toaster oven/broil- Reproducer Serving Greater 508-248-6949 Seeder
Angle Plow, 60” Mower Worcester County & Email For Photo Model Sl8
Tempered Glass Microwave Hood, NEW $100 er, Alfredo Elite, never used. Fits 12" & 14" Delta
Deck, Wheel Weights, New, $100, Lathes $450 Beyond Since 1978 8-Foot Wide, Like New
Cocktail Table Owner’s & Repair Manuals. Hoover Floor Buffer $25 Price Is $1250 Condition. Always
40” x 40” $75 Asking $70. Backpack
Older Tractor, But
Touch/Sew Singer Call (860)923-9056 Never Used Visit Stored Inside.
Still Strong! goldredeemer.com Antique Victorian $4,900 OBO
(3) Brass $1500 FIRM Sewing Machine/Mahogany $100
Hanging/Ceiling Lights Call 860-923-3532 Cabinet $100 3-Year Old Formal Call (508)943-7215 For Latest Gold Prices 8pc. Black Marble 508-764-8330
2 With 3 Lamps Ask For Ron Riding Lawnmower $75 Living Room Fireplace
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$15 Each Truck Cap Air Conditioner Cash register with scanner
1995 Lincoln 200+ Music CD’s Blue & Gold.
Front & Side Sliding General Electric
and credit card machine.
508-987-1104 Matching Wingback Best Offer For Both
Town Car $8.00 each or 10 for $75. No Chair Included. Windows, Locking
24,000 BTU, Window Mount,
230 Volts. Used One Leave Message
Large/small bag holders.
Sign Stand. Approximately
Runs good, a lot of new rap. Email your want list: Rear Door. Like New!
(4) Suzuki King parts in front end new firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer. With Remote 860-923-2987 400 assorted plastic tags for
Control pricing items. $600 or best
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APARTMENT Too Much To List!
Crosstrainer Dumping Trailer Conditioner, $150.
& Trailer (Steele, Roberts, Mac
Still In Original Boxes. $150
Used Only A Few Times
Asking $250 $1275 14 Feet Long, 6’9” Wide, Comber,...) for $1 per book.
If Interested, Call Samsung 5,000 BTU LIQUIDATION 860-923-2048
With 4 Foot Sides. Weighs Call on weekends 508-347-3238 Window Mount Air Everything Must Go!
Sears Craftsman 5-Phone Executone Office 4,000lbs Empty, 16,000 (860)974-2456 Will Discuss Prices Conditioner, $75.00 Camcorder
Gas-Powered Edger Telephone System GVW. 4 Tie-Downs. or email any time Call Jeff at Furniture $140
$450 Great For Bobcats or
Back up Powerpack for Mini-Excavators.
‘89 Sno Scoot (802)380-0844 Men’s Clothing Audio Equipment
508-892-1550 $1800. Mint. Electric start. $60
Computer, $100 $5999 OBO
‘89 Sno Scoot, $1400. ‘83 All French Country Pictures
(6) HEPA Filters Antique Stainless-Steel
35MM Camera Honda 250R, $700. ‘93 Ethan Allen Many Miscellaneous $95
Milkcan, $25 2006 Keystone Honda XR80, $600. Items
1/3HP, 120V Furniture Amp $60
2x4 Area Output Antique Singer Sewing
Machine, $50 Sprinter Travel Pentax K-1000 Please leave a message at
(860)315-7048 Variety Of Tables No Reasonable Receiver $120
Floor Or Wall-Mount with assortment of lenses Canon Film Camera $45
Great For Woodworking Trailer Butler Offer Refused DVD Player $25
IBM Selectric Typewriter 2 electronic flashes, and
Area. & Table, $100 Excellent Condition. many other accessories. 9 Lobster Traps End Tables
508-949-6425 GPS $95
Cost New $1000 Good Shape Nested Tables Computer $150
31 Feet, New Tires, Well Sell all for $220.
Sell For $150 Each Maintained, Slide-Out, Take All - $250 Leave Message DJ Equipment
508-461-9097 Awning, Ladder. Sleeps 6. Call (508)943-5954 or Call Jim Artesian Hot Tub
1000lb Engine Stand 508-208-8401 Dale Earnhardt Sr.
Dual Cam Hitch, TV, AC/Heat. days (508)943-7704 860-963-7780 Can schedule viewing Seats Three, 30 Jets With
Model 3981 19th CENTURY Magazines
$15,900 in Oxford. Ozonator. Also Includes
Call 5pm-8:30pm STAFFORDSHIRE 508-943-8240 35mm Minolta A/C’s Insulated Cover & Redwood 860-963-7087
508-867-6546 Comforter Dogs, 2006 New England
Maxxum 5000 2 Panasonic Energy Star
Amana Air Steps. Years Left On Factory
Warranty. Always Been In Car-Top Carrier
Cottages, Historical Camera Window/Wall-Units. Clean. Conditioner House - Never Been YAKIMA
12 Outboards Figures And More! Pellet Stove AF50 Lens & AF70-210 Lens, $195 Each Outdoors.
3HP to 35HP Call 860-774-2459 50k BTU, 9 Feed Settings, Flash & Case. 18,000 btu only used 4 “Space Cadet”
summers, 2 heavy for me to $2,800 Like Brand New!
Johnson, Evinrude, 9 Blower Settings, 60 lb. $150 Windows Call Ron 860-779-1371
Hopper, Auto-Start. 12 White, All Vinyl, lift. $400 new, sell for $200. Used Only Once.
& Mercury. 2 Anderson Asking $1495 508-278-6123 Double-Hung Replacements, Ask for Pat, Cost $348
All Tuned Up, Checked Out,
And Ready To Go. Venting Skylights Call Bill 2 Years Old. (508)885-5542 Athena Stereo Will Sell For $199
$250-$650 22”x46 1/2” 860-774-0578 Antique Parlor Set From 24”W-36”W, 45 5/8”H Speakers Fits Most Cars With
508-885-6657 $50 Each All Calls/Offers Considered Early 50’s, Never Used $75-$125 Each Amana 3ft tall x 1ft wide, excellent
A Roof Rack.
Answering Machine Available $600 OBO Superior Construction
8-Foot Tonneau Cover For Details Refrigerator quality, fantastic sound. 2 860-779-9371
15” Horizontal For Pickup Truck Antique Bedroom Set 860-315-7262 19 Cubic Feet, Good speakers. Asking $380
27” RCA Maple
Machinist’s Rotary $200
Console Color TV Early 50’s, 6-Piece, Good
Ice Maker, Bisque Color.
for pair. Case Tractor
(4) Chrome Wheels Condition. Call (508)341-4659 1948 VAC With
Turntable 15-Inch, Were
Only 4 Years Old,
Gemstar, Beautiful Piece
$500 OBO Microwave Energy Guide ($48)
$250 Authentic Sickle-Bar Mower.
BH15, $400 Or Best Offer On Dodge Van. Pink Depression Glass New Condition Asking $1650 OBO
Asking $200 For All 4
Call 5pm-8:30pm $200 OBO Fancy Pieces And Sets International Harvester
508-867-6546 Call 508-873-1394 860-933-6369 508-943-0652 508-764-8330 Anderson War Historic Two-Row Corn Planter
Windows Autographs Hydraulic Lift.
Genuine Original Signature
Town-to-Town New therm. 1 double hung,
R.O. 30”x32” $50.
$50. 1 34”x34” 11OV
George Washington $3000
Cedar Chest &
CLASSIFIEDS HOME TOWN SERVICE, BIG TIME RESULTS
Louvers fan. Excellent
condition, $100. 1 Sears Best
water pump. 110-220V.
Excellent cond. $65.00.
Benjamin Franklin $3000
Thomas Jefferson $1500
All Have Certificates Of
Top, Cherry Wood Cedar
(Hope) Chest and Matching
Rocker. Both In Excellent
Beach Cruiser Condition.
TO PLACE YOUR AD CALL TOLL FREE OR EMAIL YOUR AD TO US Antique 1892 Bicycles Asking
email@example.com Kitchen NEW! Red, Blue, Cedar Chest $300
1-800-536-5836 Your Ad Will Appear
In All Four Villager Newspapers
Magee Mystic Kitchen
Coal/Wood Stove. With Side
Copper Water Reservoir. 6
Ceramic Flower Pot
Burners, Oven. Beautiful Wurlitzer
RATES: and our website for one low price. Good Condition For More Information
Approx 30” Deep x 54” Wide. Oak Piano Call 508-347-7441
“Guaranteed to Sell” - We will run your ad $1999 $1000
until you sell your item!
- Ad runs in all 4 papers until you call us...w/up to 30 words -
22 PUTNAM VILLAGER
Full Keyboard With Bench.
Beautifully Etched Oak
With Twin Mattress
Cook Stove Waterbed Frame Cherry Dining
“All other” Classifieds - (RUNS IN ALL 4 PAPERS!) 1 Week $16.00 WOODSTOCK VILLAGER Complete. With Drawers &
Business ads, Help Wanted, Announcements, 2 Weeks 24 $ .00
BO Over $500
Storage Underneath. Room Table
Frame Is Less Than 10 Years
Real Estate, Animals, etc. 4 Weeks $40.00 KILLINGLY VILLAGER 860-928-3858 Old And In Very Good
With 2 leaves, 4 side chairs
and 2 captains chairs.
* All rates above are for up to 30 words - Ad will run in all four newspapers - The Killingly Villager, The Putnam Villager, Thompson Villager and Woodstock Villager. Antique Red Heater Included If Interested. Cherry TV Armoire
Heater Is Less Than
Vermont Casting 3 Years Old.
To use this coupon, simply write your ad below: Gas Heater Bed Frame Is Too Big
Must be seen to appreciate.
Prices are negotiable.
Supply credit card info or check, or WE WILL BE HAPPY TO BILL YOU LATER! Excellent Condition. For Our Bedroom
Asking $250 OBO (508)864-1092
Asking Price $1700
Write Your Ad Here (or attach copy) Call 508-867-5677 508-234-8731 Chickering
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Or Office 508-755-0972
Bicycle Spinet Piano
Bernina 640 Men’s Trek Pilot 5.2, 58cm Baby Grand &
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Sewing Machine Bench
New In April ‘08. Used Only Wedding Gown
A Few Hours. Comes With All Size 10-12, Ivory Strapless, $700. 1993 Chevrolet
Ad Will Run In: Putnam Villager, Thompson Villager, Woodstock Villager & Killingly Villager Accessories Including BSR Used. $150 Camaro; 21,270 miles, all
Stitch Regulator Foot, All In Excellent Condition original, $5000.
Walking Foot, 1/4 Inch Foot. 508-943-2007 Call (508)765-9316 leave
Address: _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ message
Has 570 Stitch Patterns,
Town: _____________________________________________________________________Zip:__________________Phone: ________________________
Email (Optional) _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
5 Alphabets, Thread Cutter
Clawfoot Tub Corner TV Cabinet
With ornate feet, in very
Mail or Fax to: Villager Newpapers-Town-To-Town Classifieds, 25 Elm Street, Southbridge, MA 01550 (Fax 508-764-7645) REDUCED! $3500 $100
good original condition,
Or email your ad to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call toll-free 1-800-536-5836 Call Nancy fixtures included, $350. Call 508-943-3711
508-867-3900 Call (860)779-3785 After 6pm
VILLAGER NEWSPAPERS ☎ TOWN-TO-TOWN CLASSIFIEDS ☎ Friday, July 24, 2009 B9
010 FOR SALE 010 FOR SALE 010 FOR SALE 010 FOR SALE 010 FOR SALE
China Cabinet & Everything Must Heavy Duty 9’ Fisher Kennedy
Dining Room Designer Go!! Highway Plow Machinist Toolbox
One-way plow, set up for
With 6 Chairs. Hard Wood,
Wedding Portable Dishwasher
with butcher block top, $250.
backhoe or truck, $650.
20 Inch, 7-Drawer, Several
Micrometers, Indicators, Etc.
Cabinet $550, Table $400.
Dress Farmers table with 5 chairs,
$200. Oak cabinets, various
Fisher Snow-Foil Type Heavy
Duty 8’ Plow for truck
Prices Negotiable, Must Go. Never Worn! sizes, six pieces, $400. $500 Good Condition
860-851-9578 Christina Wu Strapless Call (508)328-3438 Heavy Duty Hobart Meat 2 1/2 Years Old
email@example.com Gown with train. Size 8. Grinder. Floor type with large Only Used 3x/Week
(Email For Pictures) Purchased at Kleinfelds Farm Equipment bowl. $375 $100 CASH OBO
NYC. Elegant beading Harrow Briggs & Stratton 12HP Afternoons & Evenings
with organza & silk/satin
China Closet material. $700.
Deere 5-Foot, 3-Point Vertical Riding Mower 860-974-1912
Antique, Mahogany With $400 Engine, $95
Raised-Shell Design On
Call (508)949-2528 Used 15” Monitor Lace Wedding
Doors, Fluted Front Edges.
3 Drawers Between 2
5-Foot, 5-Spring Tine, $25 Gown
Cabinets. 3-Window Glass Diamond Bridal 2 Hiller Discs, 3-Point
Call (508)461-9097 Full-Length, Size 12.
Top With Center Door.
Set Lime Spreader High-Low Electric Brown Italian
14K gold ring with 60pt. Tow-Behind, Ground Driven.
diamont solitaire, plus 14K $150 Hospital Bed Leather Jacket
surround with 16 small Like New! Medium, $200
860-315-7262 diamonds. Includes Kay 860-974-7099 With Scoop Mattress All Excellent Condition
Jewelers receipt $500 OBO
Christmas for $2227.92 Farmer’s Hutch 413-245-6182
Sports Card Asking $800.
Specials Call (860)923-9894 Like-New 3-Year-Old Lopi HO Scale Train LADIES
Pellet Stove & Comes With Engines, Cars,
Dinette Set Ash Vacuum Buildings And Accessories. DRESSER
Basketball/Hockey Lots Of Time & Money Put Large, With Mirror
Racing/Boxing Seating For Four w/Glass $1400
Top And Three Bar Stools. Into It! Pictures Available. & 2 Armoires
Rookies/Stars/Sets/Singles $350 Call 508-943-3711 Email: $1700 For All
After 6pm firstname.lastname@example.org (Negotiable)
All Cards 75% Off Book! Call Matt at Or 774-402-1274
Including Vintage Cards Like
508-943-6771 Fine Art Handmade
508-864-9223 Dining Room Set
Signed in the plate Tarkay
Seriolithograph 2002 Indigo Home Stereo Lead Chandelier
Clawfoot Tub Light Oak, farm style. Table
extends to 60”. 6 chairs (4
framed 36 1/2"x37".
Equipment $150 (Negotiable)
sides, 2 captains). Matching
Comes with Park West
gallery Certificate &
for Sale 508-892-1107
cabinet, 73” tall x 13” deep Appraisal. Can e-mail pic Excellent condition. Ladies’ Genuine
Coleman x 30” wide. $800/OBO. $300 OBO 2 Klipsch RF-5 floor
Black Shearling 010 FOR SALE 010 FOR SALE 010 FOR SALE
Generator (860)928-1618 (508) 867-2250
Yamaha RX-595 receiver, Sheepskin
5000 Watt, 9HP Briggs
Dirt Bike Flat Belt Yamaha CDC-755 5 disc Fur Coat Mags With Tires MOST ITEMS New Bunkbeds
On Wheels, 75’ 4 Cond. #10 cd changer, Sony RDC-W For E-Z-Go Golfcart Paid $900
Wire With Connectors. 2003 RM65 Suzuki PTO Pulley CD-R/RW, 4 component Medium. Like New. Worn
HALF ORIGINAL Asking $500
Great Condition. Great condition, asking $80 stereo cabinet. All One Or Twice. Length 30” Plow For John Deere Just Purchased In March!
Aluminum Cross components Black. *Glass (Collar To Hem), Shoulders
19”, Sleeves 25”,
Garden Tractor PRICE! Includes Mattresses
860-933-5900 Call (774)696-3360 breaking power with 774-200-1561
For Church, Cross Arm 6’,
superb sound quality. Bust 40-42” Truck Liner For 6’ Bed Arien Tractor
10’ High, 10” Surface, 7” $250 OBO
Complete DISHWASHER Deep. Can Be Lighted. Pictures emailed on
508-885-8940 Rug (7’x10’) Arc Welder New Diamond
Bedroom Set Hot Point Dishwasher $100 $150
Leave Message w/Seashell Border Boat & Motor Ring
Brass Headboard & ALSO: Call 5pm-8:30pm 508-987-1504 With Trailer
Footboard With Rails. Twin Brand New Casio 508-867-6546 (508)868-1619 Landscape Size 5 1/2 white gold, .80
Sized, Includes White Wood-Burning Stove carat total (1/2 carat center
Keyboard LH100 Equipment Mahogany stone plus 6 small
3-Drawer Dresser. Digital Screen Prompts, FOLDING HONDA Bedroom Set Fishing Equipment
Asking $200 Keys Light Up With Voice CREEPER Trailer diamonds) paid $1500.
Bed, Dresser With Mirror, Archery Equipment Asking $1000.
1940’s Headboard & Prompts. Lots Of Stored
For automotive purpose - sit GENERATOR $995 OBO
Chest On Chest, Night Table. Call (860)928-4661 or
Footboard Music Inside!
or laying position. $10.00 3000 Watts Car Trailer Machinist Tools (860)234-3128
Paid $199 On Sale $1500 Negotiable
Veneer Wood With Spring & Sell $100 413-262-9990 #EU3000ISA Paid $2500 Auto Tools
Rails. Includes Nightstand, Like New, Super Quiet. $2300 OBO Mahogany Cedar Chest
Antenna Tower New Pavers
Rugged Post. Full-Sized Email: Garage Heater $1650
$600 Negotiable Many Styles, Colors,
Asking $200 email@example.com 2Mark Brand, 508-234-2897 35mm Camera Shapes. Half Price!
For Pictures Or Call Marty Thermostatically Controlled.
2006 THULE TRAILER Staging/Scaffolding
774-318-1024 .60-.85 Cents Per!
(Dayville, CT, 06241, w/Hanging Brackets. (Enclosed) 2 Sections w/Platforms,
Maroon Sectional 135 VHS Disney
Near MA & RI Line) Paid Over $600 Aluminum, Dual Axle, On Wheels, w/Steps Movies
Complete Master 860-779-2611 GVW 6000 lbs. 4’6”W, 7’3”L, 6’-12’H Couch 1996 Dodge Caravan
Best Offer! 508-885-5189 New Engine Parts,
Bedroom Furniture Model #C65X12238200, $950 OBO Good Condition.
508-885-3136 Runs Great!
Includes California Disney Area Stay 860-888-5207
Under 200 Miles.
Call 5pm-8:30pm $250 OBO $700
King-Sized Waterbed Frame, 7 Days, 6 Nights
508-867-6546 Glass-Top Dining Room Motorized
Large Armoire, Large
Dresser With Mirror,
2 Adult Disney Tickets
Genie Large Capacity
Table With 4 Chairs
$100 Wheelchair Saab 1997 900S
(2) Large End Tables. Sturdy Sell For $249 Push-Around Hot Tub Washing Machine Pronto Sure-Step M91 Cold A/C, New Tires &
Cherry In Excellent Good For One Year Arial Platform Lift $75 1992 BMW 325i Motorized, With Footrest,
‘07 model; 6 person, 32 jets, 5-Speed, Great Condition, Hold 300-400lbs. $2200
Condition. 508-301-0266 Will Fit Through 29.5”Wide with all options. Waterfall, Whirlpool Electric Dryer
$2000 OBO Red. Holds Oxygen Tanks.
Doorway. 24’ Platform aroma-therapy, lighting, with $75 $3500 Asking $1650 Troybilt Rototiller
Piggy-Back Washer/ Double Window Height. 120V Hydraulic. cover, full warranty. Brand Used 5 Times, Like New!
Dryer Combo New, Vetter High Pro 4 new in wrapper. Cost $7000, Maytag Dishwasher 1995 Nissan Pathfinder Antique 1860’s
1/4HP 208/230V 3-Phase $100 White, 5-Speed. $700
Kenmore, Excellent With Screens. 6-Gallon Flood-Type
sell for $3800. Oak Table 860-774-1950
Call (860)244-9544 5 kW Generator $3300
Condition, All Brochures. Measures 76”Long Coolant System. With 5 Legs
$600 OBO 61”High Used Twice! $400 (4)5-Lug Truck Rims With ‘Engraved’ Design
(3) Original Factory $650 OBO 120V 6-Gallon Flood-Type Hot Tub All Items “Or Best Offer” & Tires & 2 Matching Chairs New Snap-On
Coolant System. Works Great! $300
Hubcaps Marine Hemi $750
860-928-3858 $500 Harley Davidson
For 2005 Hyundai Sonata Call 5pm-8:30pm 860-208-7010
$35 Each Engine 508-867-6546 You Take It Away! Large Collection 774-318-1024 Collectors Edition
Call Alan At 1959 With Latham Blower Of Matching MOTORS Toolbox
508-509-5407 And Four Carburetors Girls Clothing Husqvarna Garden Black and chrome with
$8000 OBO & Shoes Collectibles Camel-Back 1/2HP 230/460V Harley logos & flames. 5, H x
Computer Toddler Sizes Through 10/12
Tractor Mugs, Steins, AVON, Banks, Sofa & 1725RPM, 56 Frame. 3, W 12 drawers. Must be
Call 508-259-8805 54 Inch Mowing Deck. Bottles, Brass, Musical 5HP, 230/460V seen. $4000 firm.
Compaq FS7600 Shoe Sizes 1-3
Gently Used & Brand New Includes Bagger System. Items. Hundreds! Love Seat 1740RPM, 184T Frame/TEFC Contact Dale
Dresses Many Styles & Brands Kawasaki 25HP Engine. Please Call To View Sofa - 73” Long
5HP, 230/460V (508)943-8692 after 6pm.
Wedding, Prom, Cocktail. All 4 Years Old. Runs Great! Will Sell In Lots, Love Seat - 53” Long
All For $550 OBO To Choose From. Singles Or Bulk Williamsburg Blue 3495RPM, 184T Frame/TEFC
Computer Desk (Corner)
brand new. Call 508-943-2007 For Appt. $2800
774-200-0395 Moving Must Sell! (Red & Navy Plaid) New Woodmaster
Call (508)981-6762 1/2HP 208/230/460V
$195 OBO Glass-Top 36” 508-892-3145 $350 OBO Large Overhead Door-Opener Planer/Molder
Office Chair (Cully) Early 1900’s Octagonal Table Inflatable Boat 508-234-7917 With 18” Drum Sander
$65 Colonial-Style $50
West Marine 9 Ft. Boat With Like New! 4 Speed Controls
Hitachi J100, 400/460V
Attachment. 5HP Motor.
Oars And Footpump. Large Two-Level Light Weighs 420lbs.
58”x52”x19”, Solid Wood
Porch Posts Oak Queen Post Motorguide 47lb Thrust Oak Coffee Table
Memory Foam Call 5pm-8:30pm
Also, 120A, 2HP, Shop
$300 8 Posts, 9 Matching Railings
With Spindles Attached.
Electric Motor. West Marine
Deep Cell Battery
$125 Authentic 508-867-6546
Fox Vacuum With All
(4) Antique Wood Gas 32” Fireplaces With Charger. Good Condition Therapeutic Moving Must Sell Attachments, Hooks Up
Breed Books $495 8’ x 11’ Karastan To All Three.
& Coal Stoves $50 each
Call 860-230-8542 Oriental Rug
NASA Mattress Garden Leisure 6 Seater
508-867-9734 Glenwood & Magee Brand Freezer (17cu.ft.) $200 Queen, $399. Brand new in Hot Tub with lounger, Mint Condition.
5’x8’ Oriental Rug $30 New Fringe & $3800/BO. Books/Manuals Included
Computer Table For More Information Oak TV Cabinet $40
Jackie Kennedy Professionally Cleaned
plastic full warranty.
Call Tom (978)597-3033 Weider Pro 9940 dual weight Asking $3500 OBO
508-347-5782 Doll $350 bench, $150.
In original box by Franklin Call Rich Men’s 5-Speed Trampoline, $75.
6-Drawer Table $20 Electric Dryer Gorgeous Mint. Includes accessories, 508-826-2029 Blue Bicycle Brand new computer
Toshiba 5-Megapixel Used 6 months, $100. display case and stand.
Camera $45 Washer used holds x-large King Sized Certificates of authenticity. Paid $130 armoire, $450. New! 8 American
Living Room Couch Asking $60 Please call Craftsman
HP All-In-One Printer(G85)
loads, $50. Solid oak kitchen Bedroom Set Selling for $100 or best offer.
And Matching Chair
table, 5 chairs, 2 leafs, $100 Call (860)774-7194 Ladies’ One-Speed (508)404-5470
$45 or best offer. Good condition
5 Pieces. Paid $6000
Floral Design Fabric Replacement
New HP Printer $29 wrought iron & glass coffee $1500 FIRM Jewelry $150 Red Bicycle Moving Windows
table & end tables inlay Moving New 14K Ruby & Diamond 413-245-9001 Paid $110 9500 series. Low E, full
DVD Player $20 w/stone, very nice, $50.
Apartment size freezer, $50.
Contact Laurie Yellow gold cross pendant, Asking $50 Must Sell! screen, 6 over 6 grille. White
508-450-5740 $300 or best offer. Also gem- Living Room Both Bikes Only Used Twice.
vinyl, 34 1/4 x 48. Paid
stone rings & pendants, best Great For X-Mas! $1400. Asking
AT&T Blackberry Curve $140 Call (508)340-2098 Grandfather Clock offers. Furniture 860-774-2755 New Mahogany $1000 or best offer.
And More! Best Offer For: Dining Room
Walnut, Winchester chime, Call Shirley Call (508)779-0438 ask
480-282-2490 Electric Scooter $200. (508)248-3005 FlexSteel Couch, Men’s Bicycle Large Crystal Chandelier for Justin
& Designers Mother-of-the- Chair & Ottoman. Giant 6061 11x14 Oriental Wool Rug
Couch Electric Bride Gown John Deere 3235A La-Z-Boy Couch & Recliner. 23” Frame, 24 Gears, Painted Bureau
Like New $200 Size 8, Pewter color with Fairway Mower Shimano 105 Derailer. Helmet Collection
Wheelchair elegant beading, matching $5900 OBO All Items High Quality,
Black & Gold, Ridden 2 Olive-Green Swivel
Five Ridell Team Helmets
Cushman Maple Dining For Sale jacket paid $700, Only 4 Times. Rocker Chairs
Room Set John Deere 2243 Email For Photos Signed By MVP Icon
$500 Each asking $250. Original Cost $800 Pilates Machines Quarterback Tom Brady,
4 Straight Chairs, (508)987-3143 Call (508)885-4303 Greens Mower firstname.lastname@example.org Asking $350
$5900 OBO Queen Brass Bed Joe Montana, Dan Marino,
2 Captain’s Chairs, 401-316-4793 508-764-9309 Joe Namath, And Peyton
1 Hutch. Electric Twin Grooming John Deere 220A Best Offer Accepted Manning. All Have COA’s
$350 Hospital Bed Equipment Walk-Behind Greens Mower Living Room Set Men’s Burberry For All $3000 OBO
$1995 OBO 90” Sofa Prorsum 508-867-6730 508-476-1068
860-774-8479 $700 1 Romani Grand Daddy Dryer
508-764-8330 Love Seat
1 Pair AR
1 Romani Clipper Vac
(B&B Model) Oriental Rug
Trenchcoat Nordic Trac
Craftsman 9-Inch Floor-Standing Speakers 1 42 Inch Hydraulic John Deere (Machine-Made)
Size ? (40/42), Tan, Slightly Murray Riding Walk Fit Skier/Rower
Bench-Top $150 Worn, But Good Condition. Lawn Mower
1 Hydro Surge Bather
Snowthrower 2 Matching End-Tables $100 $125
Band Saw 1 Passive Subwoofer
“Home” $50 Asking $2500 For All
For LX And GT Series Take The Whole Set For 860-974-9946
Jane Fonda Non-Motorized
One Year Old. Lawn & Garden Tractors. Treadmill
Cost $130 508-987-2419 $1000 Or Best Offer $450 $125
Sell For $75
Chevy Prizm Wanted 42 Inch,
508-867-9650 Men’s Skis 508-347-7441
Any Year. Must Have Very
Gym Equipment Used Once(Honest!)
Includes Chains, Weights,
Dynastar Skis & Boots, Technalon Car Cover
Fits Car 16’-17’6”
Afternoons & Evenings Marc X Platinum LK Stainless Size 10 MUSIC $60
Will Consider A Civic And Operator’s Manual $135 Dukes Of Dixieland Record
508-764-1439 3100 Bench $1500 Steel Sink 508-832-3118 Collection 508-885-9992
Crystal Glassware In Excellent Condition
774-745-0242 Model #CCR2522-4 Handel’s “The Messiah”
Of All Kinds Electrical Material $125 OBO
Call 860-933-6369 Email For Pictures Or Brand New, In Box. “Merits” Volume 1 & 2 Oak Bedroom Set
Industrial, Commercial, Questions “Celebrity Classic”. Power Wheelchair AND MORE Queen bed and mattress,
Plus A Few Bowls, Etc. New $400
Good Stuff, For Cheap! Residential
Wire, Pipe, Fittings, Relays,
Hand Pump Deere700@aol.com Asking $125 Like new Make An Offer! hutch, nightstand and
dresser with mirror. All in
413-245-6246 For Fuel Tank Hammond Organ
Coils, Overloads, Fuses, Johnson Wood & 508-832-9877 PLUS excellent condition. Mattress
Breakers, Meters, $95 Hercules 3000 Chair Lift With Upright Leslie Speaker
Dark Wood Curio Coal Furnace $1000 brand new. $1300 or BO.
55” Wide x 77” Tall,
Punches, Pipe-Benders. Call (860)429-6632
Firebrick Lined, Shaker
Llama Wool For Van
Cost over $5500.00 860-774-2454 Mahogany TV and
18” Deep New Recessed Troffer Hand-Beaded Grate, Ash Pan, Blower For Sale Video Stand
Flourescent 3-Tube Will sell for $2000.00 $50.
Glass Doors On Top, With T-8 277V Fixtures Wedding Gown System.
Unfinished Call (860)774-5114 NASCAR
Three Drawers Below. $650 Brand New
Enclosed Plus Size (18-20), Cathedral Call For More Information Die-Cast Models Entertainment Center
$56 Each Train, Plus Bustle & 1940’s Coca-Cola 508-335-8239 Miscellaneous They’re Back! Black chrome and glass
Highchair Call 5pm-8:30pm Tiara-Style Headdress & Ice Cooler Items $5 And Up! asking $500 or BO.
$50 508-867-6546 Veil. Museum-Quality Lift-Top With Rack Body. Machinist Tools Saddles Call (860)377-7549 or
Preservation. $250 Tool chest, also other odds Broyhill Shaker Pine
White Crib ENTIRE CONTENTS $600 OBO and ends. Entertainment Center $100 Each (860)928-1135
Mattress Included $300 OF 2 STORAGE 508-987-3781 w/doors Bureaus, Bookcases, Etc.
Call (508)234-8034 Piano
508-885-2866 UNITS Kenmore Kia Rio Or Hyundai Fits 36” Or Smaller Oak Kitchen Chairs Maghogany, Werlitzer
Accent Wanted Modine Forced Hot TV/DVD/Stereo $15 Each Spinnet, With Bench. Good
Must Go! Washer & Dryer
Moving Out Of State. Like New One With Very Low Mileage Air Furnace $300.00 o.b.o. 10 For $125 Condition.
Electric operates well, Would Come Find Your Treasures, Auto, Air. ‘06-’08. 170,000 BTU. Excellent Blessings Farm $800
be great for tattoo parlor, etc. Large & Small
$100 Each Will Pay Your Price condition. Set up for natural Breyer Model Horses 50 H Foote Road Includes Training Books
3 to choose from. $50 each. Call For Appointment Call Phil For The Right One gas. $600 or best offer. Older, For Collector Charlton 508-987-8885
Call (508)987-3143 774-232-0064 508-234-3348 508-764-1439 Call (860)774-3771 (860)774-3309 508-248-1411 Call After 5pm
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130 YARD SALES 205 BOATS 283 PETS
010 FOR SALE 010 FOR SALE 010 FOR SALE 010 FOR SALE 010 FOR SALE Benefit Yard Sale Shih Tzu Puppies
Held At: For Sale
Oak Computer Pub/Bar Set Solid Mahogany Traditional Fruit White Wedding Curves 185 Runabout 2 Males, 1 Female. 2 Solid
Armoire Mahogany Braided Edge Dining Room Wood Dining Gown 31 Thompson Road
135 I/O HP w/extended swim
platform, custom cover, Golds And 1 Gold Brindle.
$150 Table With Center Wine
Rack. Includes Two Table Room Table Never Worn Webster, MA trailer, coast guard safety Ready To Go Home. They
Trumpet $100 with 2 extension leaves, 2 package, used at most 20 Have Had All Of Their Shots.
Barstool Chairs, w/Leaf(extends to 72"), arm chairs, 4 sides. Excellent Size 8, long sleeves beaded Saturday, July 25th They Are Paper Trained And
Electric/Acoustic Guitar hours. $13,750.
Beautifully Designed, one-armed chair, condition, $1300. and lace. Terra mid length 8am-Noon Crate Trained. Very Well
Vinci Brand $100 Fabric Still Covered In Five side chairs and Buffet Call (508)868-1972 Socialized With Kids And
veil, cathedral veil, slip. Paid To Benefit Breast Cancer 5k
508-864-7159 Plastic, Brand New. (62"wx36"Tx17.5 D) Traditional Fruit Wood $1400 for all, asking $800 or Dogs. Are Used To Being
with Inlaid Entertainment Walk At Harrington
Asking $400 Both pieces in excellent best offer. Call Groomed. They Love To Be
Oak Entertainment Armoire (508)-365-8528
Healthcare - Hubbard 71 Chris Craft 31ft Held, Kissed And Hugged.
Please Call condition sell together for Campus.
Center 508-987-2798 $500.00
Flybridge Cruiser $700
Oak Computer Desk twin 327 engines sleeps 6, Please Call 860-377-9419
Oak King Bedroom Set 860-935-5981
Women’s & Accepted Now! full head and shower, all Or Visit
Oak Table Radio/Control Air Upright freezer
Teen’s Clothing Call 508-943-5333 fiberglass. $7350. www.KingBuShihTzus.com
(3) Craftmatic Twin Beds Planes Solid Oak Queen $50. Times Are Tough, Money’s Call (508)333-1790 For More Information
Desk (3) Ready to fly with Futaba Bedroom Set Short. I Have An Array Of
Shredder Craftsman Garden Tractor Clothes, All In Excellent 200 GEN. BUSINESS Johnson Outboard 285 PET CARE
transmitters and 4 cycle $750. Lighted round curio baggers, mulcher and trailer. Condition. Handbags,
Exercise Bike engines. Loads of misc. flight end table, $50. Iron twin bed, Works great $600. Motor
Oreck Vacuum & Boots, Sweaters, Etc.
& building equipment. $200. Steins, $25. Dolls,
Shampooer Former member of Neds R/C $25. 2 Bureaus $100 Each
(860)974-9950 LOW LOW Prices! 203 SNOWMOBILES 4H.P. around 1979 model,
I’m A Call Away have service manual. Bought
Singer Sewing Machine club. Call (508)867-9222 2002 Polaris on Ebay. Children bought a
Call Bob (860)779-6484
And Much More!
Solid Oak Set Trees for Women’s Burberry Edge X new Mercury for me. Had
tune up at Action Marine.
860-974-1396 Refinished Chairs Electric Start, Reverse,
Old Oak Rolltop Natural Or Painted Finish,
48” round table w/18”
extension, 66x48” oval, 4 Sale Prorsum 2992 N. Maine Miles.
$2800 Or BRO
Ran once. $400.
Call (860)5329 or cell
Some Decorated. Singles To
Sets Of Six.
matching chairs w/cloth Evergreen Trees, Colorado
Blue Spruce, Potted Trees,
seats, a corner hutch Size 14L, Tan, w/Zip-Out
Great Original Condition! Very Reasonable! 26”Dx44”x78”H, $1500/BO Silver Blue, 18”-22” tall. 1996 Skidoo MXZ 583
54” Long, 30” Wide 508-764-4493 Excellent Privacy
Lining. Excellent Condition.
3717 N. Maine Miles. Larson 1997
Electronic Piano $500
860-774-4019 Rototiller Casio Model# CTK1000
All 10 trees for $85. Women’s Burberry
$1800 Or BRO 19 Foot, With Volvo Penta
Ariens, Rear Tine, Electric
Call 508-278-5762 Prorsum 508-949-7388 Engine. With Trailer. New Energy!
Old-Time Trunk Call (860)974-0236
Start. Newly Serviced, Evenings Dress Coat $7000
Good Condition 7HP Engine. SOLID PINE
Needs Straps $550 Size 14 Petite, Brown, 2005 Arctic Cat
Best Offer 508-234-6096 HUTCH Twin Loft Bed
$400 F7 Snowmobile Mercury 5hp Boarding
508-234-2712 For Sale By Broyhill Luxury suites,
Rough Sawn 5x5x8 Ft. Mint/Lighted 3 Glass Top Built In Desk, With Light.
860-974-9946 Low Miles, Real Fast. Outboard walks, treats, & one on
Outdoor Fountain Pine Timbers 6’4”H x 56”W x 19”D 7 Drawers & Bookshelves. 2005 Arctic Cat perfect, $750. one playtimes available.
Very Large, Gorgeous, Air Dried, Two Years. $250 $225 Women’s Designer Force 4 rigid inflatable, alum.
3 Tiers, Excellent Condition $8.00 Each Call Kim 860-779-2664 Clothing 440 Z-Model 10ft dinghy, $300. Road king Natural foods
Must Be Seen! 508-347-5171 trailer (dinghy/jetski) 14ft,
Originally $1500 (2)25 Ft. & (2)18 Foot
Shoes & Snowmobile perfect. $500. Reiki
Asking $650 Parking Lot Light Posts
Solid Teak TWO FIRESTONE Like Brand New! Call (860)881-9052 Flower Essences
508-867-3900 w/Double Lamps
LT/SUV TIRES Accessories
New $1500 $7500 For Both Feng Shui
Dining Table Size P235/70R16,
Shoes, Sizes 5-11
Clothing Sizes 0-12 508-987-9313 Sailboat For Sale
Park Model RV 508-764-8330 Rich natural color, oval with 1 Week Old. $250 40 Plus Crates!!! 2000 Hunter 212
2002, 12x40 trestle base, 43”x70” with Trailer Hitch Excellent Second Daycare
Salon Equipment 30” attached drop Fits Honda Pilot - $100 Hand Condition.
Arctic Cat Great Day Sailer!
(like brand new) on beautiful 21 Feet, Cuddy Cabin,
lot in campground can be For Sale extension leaf.
Coin-Operated Electric Dryer, Over 300 Pair Designer Snowmobiles Galvanized Trailer. Extra Jib.
Only $600 OBO.
used for a full 6 months (15 Mint Condition!
Price Reduced! Call (774)452-4631 $250 Jeans.
Many High-End Items.
2006 570 Panther
2-Up, 579 Miles,
Used Very Little.
April-15 October every year) 860-942-0368 Basic-Advanced
Lot paid for until 2097. $3000 860-974-9946 Automatic Start & Reverse 30% Under NADA Retail
Sony 50” XBR Like New $5400 Group or private
Call Don (508)344-9499 Call For Information Projection TV Unique Bar Women’s Riding 1996 ZR580 508-340-7697
860-564-3771 Solid Oak with lighted
Penn 6 wt. Flyrod After 6pm
$1100 or best offer.
stained glass canopy, brass
Leathers 2300 Miles, Real Fast Sled!
Lane 2 piece sectional Size Small Walter Dyer Take Them Both For $5900 260 ANTIQUES Experienced caring staff
New Condition with recliner, $1000 or top and foot rail, 2 chairs,
Samsung 61” best offer. 72” high, 64” wide, 22” deep. Chaps, Medium Gloves,
Fringe Coat With Two Liners 508-340-5334 Tours 10am-4pm
Call 508-278-6419 $1200 or BO. Other times by appt.
HDTV-DLP TV Queen size bed (Medium), Harley Helmet
Piano with stand for sale for $1500. with cherry wood
Call (508)450-5836 (Small).
204 WATER EQUIPMENT Route 169 please!
Call (508)733-5047 for Upright Imperial 1994 Sea-Doo
Baldwin Spinnet With
Bench. Good Condition. appointment. Call (508)347-2764
$275 CASH ONLY
508-341-9282 Bombardier SP94 Antiques 508-987-0077
$950 Santa Barbara Speedaire Air With Trailer 884 Worcester 205 Federal Hill
Freezer Women’s Salvatore Street, Road
Sauna Spa/Hot-Tub Compressors Excellent Condition
Excellent Condition, Runs
Finnleo, Portable, Comes 105 Jets, 7 Person. Upright 3 ph 30 & 80 gallon. Onan $150 Great. Seat Just Recovered, Oxford, MA
In 2 Pieces. Perfect Therapy Lounge, Neck & Generators 5k W. Scale 1k 413-245-3429 Leather Blazer Low Hours On Jet Pump.
Looking to purchase www.starwoodpetresort.com
lbs. Best offer on all listings. Has Been Winterized.
For Two. Assembles Foot Massage, 2 Additional Jacket $1450 antiques and
In Minutes. Simply Therapy Seats Plus Call (508)347-1223 Upright Piano Soft, Buttery, Call Deb
collectibles, single items
Cooldown Area. Good Condition Golden Brown Color. or entire estates.
Plugs Into Standard Waterfall/Volcano, Lights Spinet Piano and $150 Excellent Condition.
We buy it all also do Pet Sitting
Household Outlet. (Different Colors). Starry 860-779-3749
$500 Night Blue With Red
Bench Size 6 Or 8
205 BOATS on site estate sales and In Your Home!
$800. Country Blue plaid estate auctions. Excellent References
508-347-5725 Maintenance Free Vinyl
loveseat and chair. $450.
Used Restaurant 860-974-9946 16 Foot www.bunsenberners.com
Cabinet. One Year Old
Equipment Call anytime, Mike
Piano Paid $8000 New Wilson ladies clubs, bag,
Wood Stove Whitewater Canoe 508-765-9512 860-377-8952
Asking $6000 cart, $200. All excellent 10-50% Off Our “Dagger Reflection” Model
By Baldwin Will Deliver condition. Will consider Purchase Price Small, Pedestal-Style Red, Good Condition.
With Bench reasonable offers. With Glass Door. Black. $300
Call (508)867-8532 Refrigeration Will Fit 16 Inch Logs. 286 LIVESTOCK
6 Burner Stove Good For Small Ranch Or
860-774-2502 265 FUEL/WOOD
$500 OBO Schwinn Spinnet Piano Convection Oven Workshop. Bagged Shavings
Electric Scooter Bar Top & Barstools Excellent Condition. 16’ Hurricane Pellet Stove Kiln-Dried Pine
Picnic Table Needs new battery, $60. (Steinert) Freezers New Glass & Fire-Brick Whitfield Tradition Paper Bags.
$1000. Sunfish sailboat This Winter Tri-Hull 3.25 Cubic Feet
7’11” x 29” (508)764-6560 w/trailer, $700. Jenny Lind Sinks $300 Ford 2.3L I/O, trailer, $2500 By Lennox $4.75 Each (No Limit)
Built To Easily Accomodate Free-Standing, Cast Iron,
Handicapped Persons, 3/4 bed, $250. Sailboard & 508-347-5503 Trolling Motor,
Shopsmith Saw sail (new), $500. Dresser set,
Electric Winch, Evinrude
Hunter Green Enamel Finish. Pick Up In
$50 Or B/O With Attachments $200. Player piano w/rolls, Used Tractor Tires Wood Stove Tanks, Bimini Top,
Replaced With Larger Stove.
860-935-9240 For Sale $600. Lexmark Size: 18-4-28 6-Ply Rating '96 Conversion Van, Rock Valley Farm
printer, $50. Appx. 1 1/4 “ Tread Left Vermont Castings Resolute To New Condition. Works
Includes Wood Lathe, $995
Black Water Pipe, Perfectly, 6 Years Old. 508-867-2508
Pipe Threader Drill Press, Table Saw, Call Karen (508)885-3192 Asking $200 Gas Grill, Chiminea.
Call 508-347-3292 $1800
Toledo 999, Floor Model, And Converts To Sander. 508-335-8239
518-480-1143 Call 508-234-8139 295 BUILDING SUPPLIES
On Wheels. Asking $500
Square Dancing Leave Message
Outfits For Sale Very Nice Harvey Windows
Angle Iron Cutter For 860-617-0182
Oak China Closet Wooden 17 Foot Glastron New - Still Wrapped
Shelving Size Small & Medium.
Quilt Frame Vermont Castings (2) Big 41 1/2 x 57
4W296, HK Potter 2790 Small Club Chair Good Condition, All Colors. Lighted mirrored back. Two Sierra 177 4.3 Aspen Woodstove R.O. Double Hung,
Pink Fabric & Light Wood $10 A Set glass shelves on top, two 3 Rail System - Folds
Snowblower $60 Call 860-774-5262 drawers on bottom. Down. 2 Swing Arm Mercruiser I/O 16” Firebox, Glass Front, Top Vinyl, White
49.5” Wide, For PTO Measures Only 156 Hours On Or Rear Vent, Brick Lined. Both For $300
Small Black Rocker Lamps Included
McCullough 16” Chainsaw $40 State Quarters 72 1/2”H, 34 1/2 ”W, 17” D.
Quilting Area Is 18” x 72” Engine
Power Steering, Trim
Needs New Top, Easily
Available From Dealer.
Old $50 Un-circulated, rolled. Boxes For Photos, Was $700 Retail
B.O. For All of 500. Starting at $21
Use This URL: Control, AM/FM Radio,
297 CHILD CARE
Call 5pm-8:30pm 508-278-2729 Soft Top, Mooring Cover,
508-867-6546 per roll. Also Gold VHS Tapes & Cabinet www.flickr.com/photos/ Call 860-933-9184
508-282-9997 Presidential dollar rolls. $250 mlm7154/sets w/Glastron Trailer, Skis, Dr. Day Care’s
Plow Call for more Will Sell VHS Tapes Call 860-963-7932 Vest & Etc., Maintenance Part-Time &
Snapper information, Separately If Wanted Manuals and Supplies 281 FREE PETS
Dearborn 2-Bottom, Full-Time Rates
3-Point Hitch Roto-Tiller (508)832-3029 or XBOX 360 $8000 Free Male Cat Free Breakfast And Lunch.
$225 IR5003, Used Twice (508)272-3433 Dark Shadows VHS Tapes
Premium For More Info Call
To Good Home Only We Accept CT Care 4 Kids.
Paid $1295 20GB hard drive 2 wireless 413-245-7501
Canoe $950 Steam Radiator Some Recorded controllers, 1 wireless
13 Year Old Black Tabby Call (401)647-7421
Old Town Stillwater, Paddles, (45 Volumes) With Tiger Stripe Marking. drdaycare.com
Life-Jacket. Like New! TracVac Covers $50
headset, 2 games, (Skate &
Halo). Excellent condition, 2
I’m Moving And Cat Can’t Go
$590 Model 385-IC/385LH 43” long x 40” high x 13” 413-262-9990 month old. Asking $450
1980 Grady With Me. This Has Been An 298 WANTED TO BUY
Used Once. deep, 37”x40”x13” and Inside Cat His Whole Life.
Truck Cap Paid $1300 24”x40”x13”. All white, in for all. White 24’ Contact Mike
ARE Fiberglass, Sliding Front
& Side Windows,
Boat/Ladder Rack, 6 Clamps.
Bear Cat Vac-N-Chip Pro
& Vac Pro
good condition. Over $1000
if new. All three for $400
1953 Worcester Junior
College Class Ring
With 235 Johnston Motor
(Overhauled 2004) And
Holes Claw Break-Away
$350 508-791-7406 Carrier Trailer. Standard ROSS RECYCLING
860-779-1565 Models 72085, 72285,
Stereo System Will Carry 1-4 Kayaks, Electronic, Cabin. AKC Beagle We Pay More!!
Used Twice Onkyo Components With Water Heater Complete With Crossbars, Many Extras. Needs Puppies
Pool Paid $2772 Bose Acoustimas Speakers Whirlpool 60-Gallon With Locks & Keys. Stacker Cosmetic Work. Good Bloodlines, Adorable, All Scrap Metals,
Ester Williams $350 Programmable. Never Been Poles & (4) 16-Foot Straps. $10,000 OBO
Extruded Aluminum 24’
Call (508)943-0089 Used, Brand New. $380 Value Smart, Well Socialized. Cars, Trucks
508-765-5763 Originally $459 Asking $180
Danielson, CT Great Family Dogs! Batteries,
Round Above Ground Pool
Stereo With Call 508-885-3732 401-487-8677 Vet Checked.
Liner One Year Old, $350
Parents On Premises. Copper Wire,
Sand Filter. Snow Tires Speakers 12-Inch Band Saw Private Breeder. Appliances...
$400 4 P225-60-R17. Tires like $50 Virtually Brand New,
1981 Galaxy 2 Left
Call 508-278-2539 new, winter ‘07. $300 or best 100 GENERAL 64 Tucker Hill Rd.
offer. Call 508-278-7958 Only Used Once. Bowrider Only $250 Each
Pool Heater Call (508)234-7930 Purchased Fall 2008 I/O 120 Merc Cruiser 508-949-7040 Putnam, CT 06260
Extend your swimming Three 7 Foot Tall $325 105 BULLETIN BOARD With Dual Axle Trailer.
Only Used In Fresh Water, 860-928-7165
season. Aqua Comfort Heat Snowblower Desert Cacti 508-867-8374
IN REMEMBRANCE Always Garaged. Chinese Crested
Pump for above ground pool. Snapper 8HP 26” $500 $500 each or best offer. Excellent Condition. Excellent
$1000 or best offer. Call (860)208-1320 or Wedding Dress Julie Ann Bainton For Skiing & Fishing.
Call (860)928-1377 Washer Hairless & Powder-Puff
Maytag, Heavy Duty $100 (860)963-0849 In sealed box. White with (Knurowski) Asking $3000
Pool Table Dryer
Would be great for someone
with a Mexican restaurant
veil, worn once. $200 or
36 Year Senior Secretary
Bay Path High School
860-214-8302 Sweet, Loveable Toy
For More Information
8’, 3/4” Slate Brunswick, Whirlpool, Electric $100
Drop Pockets. Entertainment Center TOOL SHEDS
Call (508)248-6601 Dear Friend, Please Visit
Our Guest Book And Leave A 1992 Sunbird 401-397-6499 Gold,
$3700 New. Solid Oak $100 Weider Pro 240 Note To Pay Your Respects
19’ with trailer
Sell For $2250 Queen-Sized Bed
Made of Texture 1-11
8x8 $625 Weight Bench www.tinyurl.com/JulieBainton
Cuddy cabin, fully equipped,
Cute Tan & Jewelry,
860-887-5933 Solid Oak $200 White Kittens
Pride Brand Triple Dresser w/Mirror
With Exercera Vinyl
Barbell Set (150#)
107 MISC. FREE low hours on engine.
Very good condition. $7,900. All Box-Trained & Eating Diamonds
Sterns & Foster Mattress
8x16 $1175 Brand New In Boxes
FREE WOOD Call 508-885-3689 On Their Own!
FREE TO GOOD HOMES! BEST POSSIBLE
Lift Recliner Delivered And
Computer Desk $100
Call (860)923-3833 PALLETS 2001 Aquatron
Old Enough To Go Now!
Only Used 3 Times
Other Sizes Available Welding Cable You pick up. Monday thru 18’ with Trailer
w/Accessories $500 Call 413-213-6708 $2 per foot. New. Friday 8am-noon. Bimini top, depth fish finder. Lovebird Cages Also Rolexes,
$700 OBO Call (860)935-9193 Stonebridge Press Excellent shape, maintained Many Types, Includes A
Joiner/Planer $75 Antique Clocks,
Shower Seat/Stool For Tub Toro Commercial 25 Optical Drive my mechanic. Only 100 Variety Of Bird Toys.
Silver, Coins, Watches
$25 LCD Monitor 17” $75
Lawnmower Western Saddle (located behind Southbridge hours on boat. NADA value Breeding Boxes, Supplies
Maple Dresser Black, With Pad. Only Hotel & Conference Center) $8630 before extras. Skis, & Information. Licensed for 30 years
Gazelle Exercise Equipment Pro-Line Series, With 44” towables all extras valued All Offers Considered.
Good Condition Two w/Hutch $50 Each Used A Few Times.
Deck And Trac Vac $150 130 YARD SALES over $1200. Buy now. All Calls Returned. 3 minutes from
Call 774-262-3336 Collection System. $7600. aviary-amore.com
Back Massage Chair Pad Leave Message
Great For Picking Up Also: YARD SALE Call (860)928-2477 Spencer I-84.
Good Condition Grass Clippings And Child’s Western Saddle Giant Multi-Family 774-745-0173
$50 Sofa Leaves.
With Bridle, Black email@example.com
7’ La-Z-Boy With 3 Cushions, $150 Baby/Child Furniture, 2006 17’ Maxum
860-481-5570 In Sage Green. $3000
Clothing, Toys, Household
Items Galore, Some Boat Pure Bred 413-245-4244
Prom Dress Sale $500
Toshiba 36 Inch TV Women’s Escada Furniture, Golf Clubs,
Something For Everyone.
with Karavan trailer bimini
top w/boot cockpit & bow
Entertainment Center Over thirty breeds available.
Current Gowns-Daughter is Used Very Little. Coat/Jacket Saturday & Sunday well covers power steering, Health checked/guaranteed. Winter Pool Cover
Senior. Sizes 6-8. Originally Pine Corner Unit. Height 6’, Plays Like New! Cashgora/Angora Wool, July 25th-26th AM/FM stereo, CD player w/4
priced from $200-$300. Holds 32” TV, MUST SELL! Gold Color. US Size 10 Or 9am-5pm speakers, mercruiser I/O
State licensed. Wanted
Great Condition. www.laughlinkennel.com 16’x36’ or
Some shoes and jewelry. Cost $895 12, Excellent Condition. 135HP motor. $15,500.
Cash only. $500 Sell For $399 $400 129 Munroe Street (860)974-3334 or Laughlin Kennel 16’x32’ With Stairs
Douglas, MA 508-461-9477
Call (508)832-9981 860-963-7880 Call 508-885-9754 860-974-9946 (860)377-0574 Call 508-987-7161
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298 WANTED TO BUY 310 GENERAL HELP 433 CLEANING 505 APARTMENTS FOR 505 APARTMENTS FOR 505 APARTMENTS FOR 546 CEMETERY LOTS 550 MOBILE HOMES
Musical WANTED RENT RENT RENT Cemetery Lot 14x70 Mobile
Instruments In Residential Webster For Sale Home
CASH PAID TRAVEL & Commercial Brookside River Mill
Two Bedroom Apartments.
Coin-Op & Off-Street
Worcester County Memorial
Park, Paxton, MA.
W/56ft addition which
includes 24x12 den, 14x12
Cleaning Parking. Third Floor
Local Affiliates: U.S.A.! At The Time of Advertising
A Cleaning Service, We All
Terrace Village Available. No Pets.
Garden Of Heritage II, 609B,
2 Lots (1 & 2)
$1500 For Both
work room w/sink and 18ft
porch w/handicapped ramp.
Large hallways/doors, for
Wonderland Comics JULY RENT FREE!!! First/Last & References Call 508-347-3884 wheelchair. New
112 Main Street Publication Sales Company Announce The Same. N. Grosvenordale, CT 508-943-1076 Leave Message If No Answer
now hiring 18 sharp Let Affordable Residential Affordable 2 Bedroom roof/windows. $98K plus
Putnam, CT Apartments For Rent. Very Spacious After 5pm park share.
(Ask For Dana) enthusiastic individuals to & Commercial Cleaning
860-963-1027 Show You The Difference! Spacious, Fully 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom
Woodstock Cemetery Lots Bill, (508)347-5463
travel the U.S. Training, We Guarantee You That Applianced. Apartments
Gordon Music Travel, lodging and A/C In Every Unit! Brookwood Apartments Brookfield
339 Main Street
Southbridge, MA transportation furnished.
Your Satisfaction Will Be
Our Best Reference. Starting at $759
ONE MONTH One & Two Bedroom.
Worcester County Memorial
Park-Paxton, MA Nanatomqua Mobile
508-765-9352 www.LSIMAGS.com We Specialize In Carpets,
Upholstery, Floors, • Pool FREE RENT Heat & Hot Water Included
With Most Units.
2 Lots (#408A) available in
the beautiful Garden of Valor
(55 And Over)
WANTED 1-800-781-1344 And Auto Detailing. • Basketball Court
Rents starting at $525 Large Rooms, Situated II. $5,000 for both. 2 Bedroom with 1-1/2
*Must Income Qualify* On Three Acres. Good Call (508)987-0531 Bath, Living Room, Large
Cat’s Meow Village Registered/Insured/Bonded • Playground Section 8 Vouchers Neighbors.
Reproduction Of The References Available Kitchen, Laundry Room
Accepted Starting At $750/Month With New Appliances,
• On-Site Laundry
Unibank Of Uxbridge
(No Longer Made) 333 SURROGATE
Give Maria A Call At
508-764-2500 • Heat/Hot Water •Recently Remodeled
CEMETERY And Door To Back Porch.
If You Have One To Sell, MOTHERS 508-344-2263 (Cell) Included! Building Exteriors Or A&A Properties
LOTS: MUST SELL!!!
INCOME LIMITS APPLY • Close to 395 Two in the $64,000
Ask For Tom Or Garden of Valor 508-868-4662
Leave Message 442 LICENSED DAY Section 8 Welcome • Adjacent to Riverside 510 at Worcester Memorial
CARE Office Open From: Park COMMERCIAL/BUSINESS Park in Paxton. Mobile Home
WANTED Monday-Friday •On-site professional
Sturbridge $1500/best offer.
Contractor’s Table *************** 9:00am to 5:00pm management and Please call
Per CT General Statutes maintenance staff Commercial/Office Space Dayville CT
Weekend & Evening 508-885-5133
Saw (10”) 19e-87b-5g, At 425 Main Street
12 Conrads Park
Will Also Buy Platform To All advertisements for Appointments Please call
Available $425 Per Month
Cut Large Sheets If Available.
Daycare Services in the (860)923-3919 Great Startup Location! Cemetery Plots at Mobile Home
state of Connecticut must for more information 508-248-0847 Worcester County
(But R.I. Phone Number)
include your license/ For Sale
registration number. Memorial Park In Sturbridge Retirement
Surrogate Southbridge Webster in Heritage I. 2 lots. $1200. Co-Operative.
WAR RELICS 457 LAWN/GARDEN Brookside Terrace 7500 Sq. Ft. Call (508)987-6180 44x23, 5 Rooms, 1 1/2 Baths
Mothers 11 Village Drive 4 BEDROOM Free-Standing Building (1068 sq.ft. Gross Living
& Composted Southbridge,MA 01550 DE-LEADED!!! Excellent For Child Care Cemetery Plots Area). Air Conditioning,
WAR SOUVENIRS Needed Sheep Manure Eat-In Kitchen, Modern Center Or Church.
Worcester County Memorial
Corner Lot, 2 Sheds.
From MA & CT (508)764-7675 Bathroom, Laundry Hookups, Very Clean & Bright!
Park, Paxton; 2 Person,
WANTED Established Surrogacy Available At Farm!
1200+ Square Feet,
3200 Sq. Ft. Garden Of Faith.
Program seeks loving Huge Porch.
WWII & EARLIER At $10 Per Bag Danielson, CT ONLY $900/Month Drive-In Space $1100 OBO (For Both) REDUCED $85,000
women to carry couples’ Currently Sells For $2100
CA$H WAITING! biological babies. 21-44, Call 508-867-6111 Spacious 4 Bedroom Section 8 OK! Large Overhead Door Mobile Home In Sturbridge
I’ll Come To You At Leave Message Call 617-818-3002 Direct From WCMP. Retirement Park
prior birth experience Recently Renovated Call 508-753-3670 Please Call
Your Convenience. required, non-smokers, Apartment. Two Bedrooms, One And
Over 30 Years Experience. generous compensation. Heat & Hot Water Included 508-892-1679 One Half Bath, Deck, Patio,
Call: 1-508-688-0847 500 REAL ESTATE $1200/Month Southbridge New Roof, New Windows,
All Calls Promptly
1-888-363-9457 Available 8/1 Webster Two Cemetery And Many Updates.
reproductivepossibilities.com One Bedroom Apartment Beautifully Landscaped.
Returned. Melissa B. Brisman Owned
501 REAL ESTATE
Very Plush & Modern, For Rent Lots 508-347-8791
Company Fully Applianced. Worcester County
WANTED 1000 Square Feet
Dudley Two Bedroom Apartment To
Memorial Park Sturbridge
All Hardwood Floors. In Paxton Mobile Home 55+
300 HELP WANTED 1 Bedroom Washer/Dryer Connection. 14,000 Square Feet 1 Bedroom, Ideal
$580 Refrigerator & Stove. And Anything $900 For Each,
Includes All Utilities $1800 For Both Location, Close To
305 BUSINESS 400 SERVICES Off-Street Parking. In Between... Everything. New Floors,
Close To 395. Heat & Hot Water Included Owner Will Give You Call Cheryl Carpets, Paint, Windows,
OPPORTUNITIES First/Last & Deposit 774-230-0680 Price You Can’t Refuse! 413-245-4181 Shower, Cabinets &
If You Would Like 508-949-7013 508-753-3670 Counters. Newer Furnace,
To Be Paid Two Lots
402 GENERAL SERVICES ************** N. Grosvenordale Available At Worcester
A/C & More.
The Phone Rings EQUAL HOUSING Spacious Half-Duplex
Webster 525 HOUSES FOR RENT County Memorial Park
Call 860-319-1168 OPPORTUNITY 3 Bedrooms, 1 & 1/2 Baths. Putnam Non-Selected. Owner Financing
NORTH VILLAGE Asking $1200 For Both Available
310 GENERAL HELP
Call The **************
All real estate advertising in
this newspaper is subject to
For Inquiries, Call
508-234-1510 ONE MONTH’S
Home For Rent
Antique Cape Within
Business District, Offering
Or Best Offer
Call For Details
Cake Decorator/ Junk Man The Federal Fair Housing Act
of 1968, which makes it
OXFORD 2 Bedroom Units
Some Privacy With Small
Yard, 2 Bedrooms, Gas Heat, Two Plots
In Worcester County
Baker’s Helper illegal to advertise any Starting At $783!! City Water. Close Proximity
Memorial Park, Paxton, MA
FREE BBQ Removal preference, limitation or To Highway, Shopping, Completely Rebuilt In 2002.
Mornings & Afternoons
Experience Preferred Removal of Metal,
discrimination based on race,
color, religion, sex, handicap,
New Heat And Hot Water
At Garden Of Heritage II
$1500 OBO For Both
New Floors, Walls, Doors,
Windows, Kitchen Cabinets,
Bathroom. Carpeting On All
Francesco’s Italian Bakery
familial status (number of
children and or pregnancy),
national origin, ancestry, age,
Orchard Must Income
No Cats. No Exceptions
Inquire In Writing:
RENTAL Worcester Country
Floors Except Kitchen &
Bath. New Vinyl Siding.
Route 20 Charlton,
Next to Ted’s Package Construction
marital status, or any
intention to make an such
preference, limitation or
Hill Section 8 Vouchers
PO Box 83
Dudley, MA 01571
Section Valor II
Store. Materials. discrimination. This
1 & 2 Bedroom Accepted. 530 HOUSES FOR SALE
Graves 1 & 2
Valued At $5600 Storage
Cellars/Attics newspaper will not
Please call Cocoa Beach Asking $2500 For Both
knowingly accept any 1 Month Free Rent 508-885-6489
Lincoln Town Car Cleaned. advertising for real estate (508)987-1595 Time Share Ask For Karen Utilize This 14x70
Heat & Hot Water
Wanted Small Building that is in violation of the law.
Our readers are hereby Included
First week in October on the Mobile Home!
2002 Or NEWER
Demolition, Tires. informed that all dwellings
beach, see the Rockets at WORCESTER COUNTY Large Rooms, Plenty
Chuck Gander Must Income Qualify Cape Canaveral. $2000. Of Open Space.
508-335-1153 Leaves Removed. advertising in this newspaper
SECTION 8 Call (860)774-2755 MEMORIAL PARK;
are available on and equal Paxton, MA First $2500
Mystery Shoppers Small Residential opportunity basis. To
WELCOME Webster Holland 2 adjoining lots.
Asking $1500 or Best Offer
Takes It Away
Earn Up To $100 Per Day! Moves. Trees Cut For Sale By Owner
Needed To Judge Retail &
discrimination call The
Department of Housing and
Urban Development “HUD”
Prospect Three Bedroom Charming
New England Cape With
for both call (508)867-3820
Experience Not Required Removed toll-free at 1-800-669-9777.
For the N.E. area, call HUD EHO Estates 2 Full Baths, On One Acre Of
Beautifully Landscaped Memorial Park OR Winter
Furnaces Removed ad 617-565-5308,. The toll
free number for the hearing 1 & 2 Bedroom
Property. Many Updates,
Plots In Garden Of Honor.
Check-our-down-to- impaired is 1-800-927-9275 Apartments. $235,000 2 Lots & 2 Vaults.
This 1475 sq.ft. 2
earth prices first! SOUTHBRIDGE 413-245-4643 Asking $2700 For All
Bedroom, 2 Full Bath, Fully
Furnished, Like New Home
1 Month Free Rent 774-745-0026
NEED EXTRA Weekends also! BRAND NEW 546 CEMETERY LOTS Please Leave Message
Inside And Out, Is In A
MONEY? APARTMENT APARTMENTS!
Now Available: Beautiful 55 And Older
Historical Buildings Gated Community. It’s
Work When You Want To! WANTED 2 Bedrooms/$775.
Worcester County Located In Fort Pierce, FL,
Part-Time Chauffeurs Central Mass Responsible, Employed,
Must Income Qualify
SECTION 8 CERTIFICATES 2 Lots Memorial Park, Just Minutes From
Wanted To Go Out And Have Mature Adult Seeks Beaches And Great
A Great Time, Responsibly. and Connecticut Reasonably Priced Stove, refrigerator and WELCOME Worcester County Paxton Fishing. Many Other
Must have CDL
508-347-7804 4-Room Apartment
Secure building. Call Paxton, MA 4 lots in the Garden of the
Cross, which is the oldest
877-720-2387 x4 Mobile Or Thompson, CT Area. Off-street parking. (508)943-9567 Valued At $5500 garden in the park. Value ($59,900 Unfurnished)
Owner Occupied Preferred. NO Pets. $7000, asking $6000.
413-262-5082 References Available
Call (508)765-5852 E.H.O. Asking $2500 For Both
508-885-3234 Will sell separately.
Make An Offer
508-596-4925 Call (508)892-8685
Shortbed Hard-Top Truck Cap 1930 Model A $500! 1989 Camaro RS 1992 Dodge
Tonneau Cover Chevy/GMC, Ford Coupe 1985 Buick 350 Auto, T-Tops. Stealth ES
700 AUTOMOTIVE Color Match “Pewter”. S-10, Riviera Police Impounds Too Many Extras
Good Shape Green, With Extra Parts. V6 With 95k Miles. Custom
$150 X-Cab, Fiberglass. Hi-Rise, Good Condition. Must Sell My Beautiful, For Sale! $3000 Dual Exhaust. Red With
705 AUTO ACCESSORIES Sliders, Locks, Roof Rack Restored Pride & Joy! 1999 Honda Civic $890!
$10,000 1985 Merkuer White Racing Stripes.
Truck Tire & Brackets.
$300 Call Karen 135k Original Miles. Pretty For listings $3500 OBO
(3) Continental Blue With Black Landau 800-559-4138 ext. 3468 5-Speed XRT4
Roof. Plush Interior. Sunroof
Contra-Track Tires Inflated, Ready For Use Mechanically Good. $2000
On Polished Aluminum
Truck Rails 1953 Ford $2500 OBO 1967 Mustang 1993 Cadillac
Coupe 1967 GMC
Premium Wheels, Excellent
Condition, Lots Of Tread!
firstname.lastname@example.org Chrome Tube For 8’ Bed 2-Door Sedan 508-476-1721
289 C.I. 3 speed manual Dump Truck Fleetwood
Great Condition Mild Custom, $11,000 HM7700, V-6, 5-Speed & Florida car. 46k miles,
$100 Each transmission, 63K original
Or $250 For All $95 For Set 1995 Toyota Supra miles, excellent condition. 2-Speed Rear regular gas; 17-18 in city
Fits 2003-2008 Envoy, GM Chrome
1955 Oldsmobile Twin-Turbo, Stock, 6-Speed. $14,500 or best reasonable $2500
27-28 highway. Fully loaded,
Original. 60k, Light Blue with Light
Trailblazer, Rainier &
Third Row Slotted Wheels 4-Door Black-On-Black, Leather,
offer. Serious inquiries only
please. (860)428-3478 Blue leather interior. $6200.
Ascender. Original, $10,000 Call (508)832-3029 or
508-347-9629 Bench Seat 15”, 5-Lug Bolt Pattern Two-Owner Car. Call (860)428-9455
For Full-Size GM. $50,000 FIRM (508)272-3433
For Ford Expedition
$200 Set Of 4 1975 Ford Flatbed
(4) 17 Inch Rims (Eddie Bauer) $1600 1973 Pontiac 1981 Mercedes 1993 Mercury
Tan Leather, Excellent 454 Complete Trans-Am
With Tires Condition. 1953 Ford 3/4 Ton
Benz 240D 1989 Lincoln Cougar
6 Lug GM Block 4-Speed, With 455cu. White, Original Owner 151,500 Miles
Fits Model Years ‘97-’02
$150 With Fuel Injection Pickup Burgundy Interior, Original, $4,000
Town Car $900
860-933-6369 $1200 Solid, Needs Restoration, Matching Numbers. 90k. Tuned Up Engine. About 7k Good Condition
860-935-0039 $50,000 FIRM 860-774-0587 Miles On Engine, Car In Good
4 Cooper Weather 508-259-8805
Collection MUST BE SOLD! 508-344-2660
Running Condition. Propane Gas Heater
1985 Fire-Engine Must Sell As I Am Not $100
Master S/T Tires 715 AUTO SERVICES 978-760-3453 Able To Drive For Excellent Condition
Steel Belted, 205/65 R15 Tires & Rims Antique Black Red Mazda RX7 Medical Reasons.
Like New $150 Black custom rims and
Junk Cars & 1973 Green 1.1L Rotary Engine. Appx. 30 mpg(Highway). 860-923-9708
4 Cooper Weather Yokohama tires, 16x7, Trucks Wanted VW Beetle Jaguar Mint Condition.
Single Owner, 54k Miles.
Can be seen at 7 Church Rd
in Eastford. 1994 Cadillac
205/55R16C Recent Engine, 1972 XJ6. Body, paint and
Master S/T Snow Sell $275 or best offer. Large Trucks &
Good Tires chrome nearly perfect, New Always Garaged, No Rust, Asking $1100 OBO 2-Door
Groove Tires Call (860)974-1043 Equipment Michelin pin stripe tires and Sunroof. 860-974-1190 Nice Condition
225/55 R17 Best Offer many spare parts. Runs Beautifully. Asking $2200
Like New $200 Cash Paid 413-245-3530 Best Reasonable Offer. $5000 774-289-1321
508-867-2560 FREE REMOVAL Call Tom (Spencer) 508-845-9237
Evenings Truck Cap 401-965-8949 1978 Corvette (774)745-0173 1997 Ford
6’ 4” Sedco, “Ford Style”, Silver Anniversary Model 1986 Camaro Z28
1990 Mustang GT Explorer XLT
Snowplow Fiberglass Truck Cap. Front 720 CLASSICS Limited Edition, Runs 725 AUTOMOBILES Convertible 85k Miles, Loaded,
305, 4-Bbl, Auto, Nice Body.
Western 7’ Steel & Side Sliding Windows, Strong, Looks Real Sharp! 1992 Dodge Burgundy paint with Black One Owner. $3500
Good To Great Locking Rear Door, Clamps 1984 Firebird SE Excellent Driver. L82
Red Paint, Iroc Wheels,
Flowmaster, KNN, Tints, top. Runs/sounds great. Just
& Seal. Colored Red. Great Condition, HO6, A/C, Engine, T-Tops. A/C, Stealth tuned up. Everything works.
Condition CD/Amp, Racing Seats,
Taken off Toyota Tacoma Auto Locks/Windows/Doors Tilt Wheel. Red, Mint Condition. Tune-Up And More. Ready for Spring/Summer Lawn Tractor
Fits Tacoma 1997-2004 Cast Wheels, Chapman
Extra-Cab. $7900 $6500 OBO $2500 OBO cruising. $4500. 20HP, 48” Mower Deck,
$400 $2600 Serious Inquires Only! 508-347-3613 860-774-6567 Call Charlie With Bagger. $800
860-923-9047 860-974-1349 (413)245-1156
508-340-5334 Leave Message (401)523-5670 860-382-5928
B12 ☎ VILLAGER NEWSPAPERS ☎ TOWN-TO-TOWN CLASSIFIEDS Friday, July 24, 2009
725 AUTOMOBILES 725 AUTOMOBILES 725 AUTOMOBILES 740 MOTORCYCLES 745 RECREATIONAL 750 CAMPERS/TRAILERS 750 CAMPERS/TRAILERS 750 CAMPERS/TRAILERS
1995 Buick 2002 Lincoln LS FOR SALE OR TRADE 2002 Harley VEHICLES
1998 Lance 2006 Camp
LeSabre Black/Tan, Leather, 40k, 1977 Corvette XLH 883 Sportster 2004 Honda
4-Door, Fully Equipped. Fully Loaded, Chrome Stingray 9500 Miles, Crash Bars, Squire 9800 Out Truck Cap
Female Driven, New Battery, Rims/Grill/Rocker Highway Pegs, Saddle Bags,
Foreman Gray, 6ft with sliding front
Always Garaged. Panels/Pillars,
For A Motorcycle Of
Equal Value Passenger Pegs & Pillion, Rubicon 500cc Truck Camper window & side windows &
$2350 Brand New Snow Tires, Custom Grips. 11’ 3” A/C, electric jacks, 3 locking back window. Used 2
Call 774-280-0866 “very low miles and hours” burner stove/oven, sleeps 5,
Extra Set Of 18” Chrome Excellent Condition months, brand new. Stored
1979 Ford F-350 must sell. baby on the way!!! 30 gallon propane tank,
Looks & Runs Great. in heated garage. Fits 2005
4x4 With Plow. 49k Original Rims with Tires. New Wanted Asking $4500
used 25 times tops. $5000 or generator ready. Full dry Ford F-350 Truck Super Cab. Van
Brakes best offer.
Miles. Some Rust On Bed, Old Camaros 860-617-7335 Call (860)315-7167
bath, solar panel, 2 awnings, $1100. Motor Home
Good Frame. Sharp Car! Mint! 1967-1969 including parts, double sinks.
$1650 pieces in any condition. Will $6800 (508)729-9177 19 Feet, Has Hot & Cold
consider other models. 2003 Yamaha 2005 Honda Call Mike (508)949-9174
Water, Full Bath. 16 MPG
(City), 19 MPG (Highway).
Call (860)633-0869 YZ125R Rancher 4-wheeler 2007 Starcraft Heater w/Thermostat,
1995 Geo Prizm 2x4, Army Green color,
Pop-Up Camper Registered & Insured.
110K miles, Red, 4 door 2002 Lincoln 732 SPORTS UTILITY Mint Condition, Garaged.
extremely low mileage, used
mostly for yard work. 2001 7000 lb Car Sleeps 6, In Great Shape.
Appraised At $6,500
LS V8 1994 Jeep Grand $2000 Asking $2500 OBO Trailer Has Furnace, Stove, 3-Way 508-754-2323
reconditioned, new starter, Call 508-254-8663
runs great. Cherokee Laredo After 4pm & Weekends
Helmet & Eyewear Included. Made by CarMate. Asking Refrigerator, Sink, Awning,
Moving must sell quick!!
***MUST SELL*** 170k Miles, Engine Runs Or 508-248-5466
Must Sell! $1800. Outdoor Shower,
Luxury-comfort-style-all-in Call (860)779-9756 Ample Storage Space,
$2500 or best offer.
this Metallic Silver 2002
Great. Has Special Features. And Leave Message Leather Sofa and Love And Electric Hookup. 760 VANS/TRUCKS
Call (508)341-4434 or Recently Repaired. Seat
Lincoln LS-Loaded with a V8. $2200 FIRM 2007 Yamaha Black. Paid $1000,
Asking $6000 1969 GMC Pick-Up
(860)857-4168 Automatic transmission, A/C, Call Sarah In Dayville At 2004 Harley Raptor 700R asking $500.
6ft Stepside, 350 V8 4 bolt
power heated memory seats,
power windows, power
720-841-0455 Davidson Ultra Fuel Injection, Electric Start, Treadmill by Sportcraft main, chrome stacks, three
Classic One Owner. Very, Very Clean. has cupholder, $250. on the tree headers,
850 Turbo locks, power mirrors,
sunroof, leather interiors, 1995 Ford Explorer 5500 miles, $17000. Turn Key And Ride. 2 Dog Pens 32 Foot 2004 RV edelbrock, much more.
In Good Condition. $5000 $50 for both. On Waterfront Call for details,
With Snow Tires. alloy wheels, alpine premium
Sport Utility Call (508)943-0242 508-769-9073 (860)963-1000. Leave
Call (860)774-3989 or
$2500 stereo, six disc CD, air bags
4WD, Automatic, V-6, A/C, (860)617-1371 Lot message
508-333-3340 ABS tilt wheel cruise control.
This vehicle is in fabulous Tilt, Cruise, Power 2004 XL 883 750 CAMPERS/TRAILERS On 1 1/2 Mile Lake,
In Beautiful Resort
1996 Oldsmobile condition, must see. If you
are in the market for a Miles. Dark Green, w/Grey Harley 10 Foot Travel 2001 Fleetwood Campground
1985 Ford F-600
Ciera Lincoln LS, don’t pass this Leather Interior.
Davidson Trailer Box Truck
Navy Blue, good mechanical
one! Even and iPod AM/FM/CD/Cassette. Excellent Condition, Heater, Elkhorn Truck QUICK SALE!!!
low miles, runs good, needs
Direct Connection... $3000 OBO 3400 miles, lots of A/C, Microwave, DVD, TV, $34,999
condition, a few cosmetic $11,495 obo. 860-774-0757 upgrades, mint Refrigerator, Sink, Stove. Camper 508-989-8165 some new brake lines. $1000
or best offer.
scratches. Asking $2400. Like new, used only a few
Call (860)928-2624 Call 888-457-2333 Ask For Art condition, handles Sleeps 4-6.
times. Fits 6’ truck bed. Call (508)922-3936
great. $7200 or best $3000 33’ Travel Trailer
1998 GMC Jimmy Queen, sleeps 4, all
1997 Olds Regency 2002 Mitsubishi offer. Won’t last long! 860-974-0742 amenities, asking $8,700. Currently On-Site In Park 1989 Chevy 1500
Nice solid driver 105K Gallant ES Sport Utility 4D Call (508)347-8969 Must see! Truck also (Woodstock, CT) Short bed Z71 off road.
highway miles, loaded with Runs Good, Rear Quarter V6 Engine, 4WD, 1985 Wilderness available. Furnished, 12’x32’ Screen $1500 or best offer.
Porch, Corner Lot, Shed.
moonroof, needs nothing.
Dented, Replaced Engine. Automatic Transmission, 2005 Aquila 250 Camper Call (508)892-8861 Park Features: Family Call (774)280-2480
$2400 92k Mileage, Excellent Sleeps 6, Very Good Activities, Pool, Inexpensive
Call (860)974-3022 508-987-2045 Condition, Loaded. Cruiser Condition & Comfortable Living. 1990 Chevy S10
Asking $4995.95 356 miles, showroom All Original Paperwork,
2001 Park Is Open April-October. 4-Cylinder, 50k Original
1998 Cadillac Sedan 2003 Ford 860-928-6853 condition, bike can be seen “Woodland Park” $35,000 Miles, 5-Speed, Red.
Lots of New Parts.
Deville at 364 Main Street, Oxford. Beautiful Custom Design, (Includes Lot) Amazing Condition
100k+ Miles, 20-30 MPG, Mustang Mach 1 2000 Blazer LS $2700.
$3000 or best offer
40’ Park Model Trailer. 860-923-2549 $2000 Firm
Northstar Engine Azure Blue with Black Call (774)280-2630 860-774-0100 352-314-0003 Call 860-928-0395
leather. 18K miles, like brand Absolutely Reliable. Rare Sliding Glass Door
Condition, No Dents, Clean! new. Couple after 2-Door 4x4, 5-Speed, With 1989 24’ Terry Entrance, Full Bath,
Silver/Gray, Sharp Looking, market parts. $17,500. Vortex 6-Cylinder Engine, 2005 Honda Travel Trailer 3 Slide-Outs, Sleeps 8 35’ Park Model
Call (508)987-8486 Spare On Back, Opening
Aero VT 750c Central Air Diesel Truck
Loaded With Extras.
Fully Serviced. Florida Car,
Roof, Running Boards, More. Excellent Condition, New Winter Insulation Package Trailer UPS Truck-Style,
125k, 24.5 MPG, JVC. Red/Chrome, 4400 Miles, Battery, Tires, & More. Paid $47,000 New. Fully equipped, furnished Aluminum Grumman Body,
Non-Smoker. 2004 Chevrolet Asking $2,950 With After-Market Straight Receiver & Sway Bars Asking $29,995 OBO with 10’x35’ attached Shelves. Rebuilt
508-347-5460 Monte Carlo LS 508-248-1951 Pipes, New Original Pipes,
Jet Kit, Honda Back Rest,
Included. Must See To 617-524-6220 enclosed room. Heated, A/C, Transmission/Motor,
Black/Grey, Excellent Appreciate. friendly neighbors, large New Fuel Tank, Radiator,
Honda Carrier, 2 Helmets.
1998 Chevrolet Condition, 43k Miles. 2001 Chevy $3400 or best offer. field, family activities, access Steering Box. Dual Wheels,
Asking $4000 508-885-6215 2002 Citation to new built in pool, 11’ Area Behind Seats
Second Owner, 6-Cylinder, Call 860-933-0372 31Ft. Travel inexpensive comfortable
living, located in Woodstock
New brakes and tires. $2700 1990 Nomad 14,100GVWR
or best offer. 2004 Chevy Electronic Shift-on-The-Fly 4
Wheel Drive. Very Clean, 2005 Honda VT750 In Campground Trailer CT. Park open April-Oct.
$40,000 includes lot. 2009
Call (860)753-1103 Cavalier Sleeps 6, Screen & Rain $12,999 508-867-6546
Runs Great, Needs Nothing! assessment and the R.E. Tax
2nd Owner, 2-Door, Good 94k Miles, 22MPG. Shadow Spirit Room On Deck, New One owner, kept on site, (508)278-7616 or
1999 Audi A4 1.8T On Gas. Less Than 70k Asking $6000 Mint Condition, Low Plastic Shed, 3-Burner nice camper, includes back
(508)450-0689 1994 Chevy 3/4
ladder, spare tire,
82k Miles. 19” Chrome Miles. A Couple Of Minor
Dents, Runs Good.
508-864-3846 Mileage, Always Garaged.
Pearl Blue/Metallic Silver
Gas Grill, Deck Funriture, awning, electric jack, sleeps Ton
Wheels, Body Kit, Custom Or Towable With P/Jack. 6, lots of storage, huge Coleman Niagra 350 V8, 2WD, excellent
Paint, Plus Many Extras. $5500 OBO 2003 Jeep Liberty Flame, Chrome Backrest. Many Extras bathroom, queen bed, 1 large condition, 190k miles, new
Asking $9,800 Have Title. CASH ONLY
Limited Asking $4500 OBO Best Offer! slide-out in living room &
Pop-Up tires, recent brakes and
or best offer Call Rene/Joyce Call 860-792-0506 Great Condition! Heat, tuneup. $3000.
508-909-6156 Silver, Automatic, 4-Wheel 413-433-1479 dinette area. Pictures on
www.breezybendrv.com Inside/Outside Stoves, Call (774)272-1192
(508)717-9244 Drive. Sunroof, AM/FM/CD.
186,300 Miles. 2005 Yamaha 1994 Class-A Call (508)987-1519 for
2004 Subaru Original Owner! Motor Home
Refrigerator, Inside/Outside 1994 Ford F150
1999 Buick Impreza WRX TTR90 Motorcycle more details Shower, Toilet, Lots Of
Call 508-347-2277 3-Speed Transmission, 31 Foot Challenger Storage. Sleeps 6-8. XLT 4x4 Xtracab
All-Weather Edition, Sunroof, M-310-Ford-460
4-Door, Original Owner. Heated Seats & Mirrors.
Electric Start. Purchased
20k Miles, Very Good 2004 29’
Brand New Off Showroom
$4500 OBO Custom Green Paint & 2004 Jeep Condition. Looks Good, Runs
508-277-5944 Spoiler. 5-Speed.
Floor, But Never Used.
ZERO Miles On Bike. Asking $8000 Springdale Excellent! V8, PW,
Asking $14,900 OBO
Silver, 49k Miles. Paid $2000 Tow Vehicle Available! Travel Trailer Gulfstream B PL, Cruise, 5-Speed,
1999 Buick Park Call 774-289-3929
Or 508-764-7986 Excellent Condition. Asking $1500 508-832-3164 Super slide, A/C, sleeps 6, Touring Cruiser Cold A/C.
Ave CD/AM/FM Radio. I Have All Paperwork
508-765-9431 1995 Allegro Bay
like new, $13,500.
Loaded, like new, leather, 2005 Chrysler Asking $14,200 Call (860)753-0185 2003 Honda
28 foot diesel RV, 15,000 Full Bath, Twin Beds, Slide.
122K miles. $4500. TRX250 EX ATV
Call (508)752-8683 Pacifica 774-364-1133 2006 Harley miles (original) sleeps 5, Exceptional Unit, 12MPG
AWD, 138k Miles, Mostly Or After 5pm $24,000. 2004 Sunliner $32,900 OBO Runs Great! Looks Great!
1999 Mercury Highway. New Tires, Great 508-886-7184 Davidson Call (860)774-4331 T2199 2007 Scooter $2100 OBO
Family Car, Well Maintained.
Ask For Linda Sportster XL883C 1997 24’ Stable Jack, Patio Awning, By Redstreak 860-634-0581
White with saddle bags. Furnace, AM/FM/CD Player, 50cc TURBO With
92k, V6, 5 Speed, All Photos Available 740 MOTORCYCLES 2,091 miles. $6000. Also Dutchman Pop-Up Spare Tire, Outside Shower, Luggage Rack
Options. College Call Bill & Andrea Monitor Panel, Skylight, TV $1050 1996 Chevy
Forces Sale 860-377-0396 1987 Yamaha Harley helmet, jacket and
gloves for sale.
Camper Antenna, A/C, Enclosed K3500 Pickup
$3800 OBO 860-928-1064 XV535 Motorcycle Model 1007 Bathroom, Shower. Call (508)476-9885
Call (508)949-0621 6.5 Diesel, Auto, 4x4, 8’ Bed,
Call 59,920 Miles, New Battery, Sleeps 6 Unit Like New, Very Clean! 149k. New Batteries, Tires,
508-476-3907 2005 Toyota Owner’s Manual, Service
2006 Honda Great Condition. Heat, $8995 Prowler Travel Front-End Bushings, Brake
508-335-1283 Camry Manual Included. Refrigerator, Stove, Etc. 860-774-2984 Lines, Bedliner, Fuel
$900 OBO XR 650L $2700 Trailer Tank/Pump/Lines, Engine
Top Of The Line.
2000 Chrysler Fully Loaded!
On/Off-Road Bike 413-537-0619 1999 Model 27X Cooler Lines, Clean.
New Rear Tire, Excellent
2005 Fleetwood 27 Foot Trailer, Sleeps $9000
Sebring $14,500 Shape. With 3800 Miles. 1998 American PaceArrow 37A Seven With 2 Bunks. 860-779-2568
Convertible Will Trade 1988 Harley $4000 OBO Star 5th Wheel 34’ Motorhome Full Shower/Bath. Excellent
97k Miles, No Repairs Davidson 1200cc Or Trade For 4WD Or Car Electric Jacks, Large
Condition, Only 2 Owners, 1996 Ford E-250
Needed. Carfax Report 2004 Toyota Camry Slide-Out In Living
18K miles, loaded, no Rarely Used. 3/4 Ton Heavy Duty,
76k Miles. One Owner, 32k Miles. Call After 4pm pets/smokers. Two slide Must Sell!
$11,500 Selling Because Of Illness 508-867-6152 Room/Dinette Area. Queen outs, tv’s A/C’s & furnaces. Extended Utility Van.
$3500 Firm Always Garaged. Bed, Bathroom Tub & $4800 75k Miles On Engine,
860-634-4632 Electric awning & levelers, Please Call Allison
Will Pay Top Dollar $3000 50cc Red SCOOTER Shower Enclosed. workhorse 8.1L Vortec w/5 186k Original Miles.
For Clean Cars! 774-230-6848 27” Color TV. 860-942-3201 Well Maintained. A/C,
Average 85 MPG. No speed, lots of extras.
2000 Ford Rutland Auto Sales Reg/MC License For CT/MA.
Excellent Condition Low $90’s. Tool Shelves. Great For
Escort ZX2 Route 122 Great For City, Or RV-er’s
$12,000 OBO Call (508)885-4727 Wells, Maine Floor Coverings!
5-Speed, 86k Miles, Rutland, MA 1994 Harley Mint, Garaged.
2005 40’ Breckenridge $2100
Excellent Condition. Only 75 Miles.
508-886-2720 Davidson $1500 2002 12x40 Park 2006 Big Horn Park Model Home
Enclosed Room Addition,
2006 GT Mustang
Dyna Wide Glide. 19K miles,
good shape, extra lights, Pair Of Red Helmets Model RV Camper Plus Screen Room & Deck. 1996 Town &
$100 (like brand new) on beautiful 3200RL, 35ft Fifth Wheel. Double Loft, Sleeps 10.
2000 Ford Convertible extra chrome, forward
controls. $7500. Peter (Woodstock)
lot in campground can be Two Slides, King Sized Fully Furnished & Country LXI Van
Mustang GT Bright Red, Black used for a full 6 months (15 Bed, Fireplace, Lots Of Landscaped. 240k Miles, Recent Sticker
Call (508)864-3198 860-974-3470 April-15 October every year) Meadow Ledge Resort & Tires. Needs Exhaust.
Top/Interior. Automatic, 49k Storage, Generator.
$11,500 OBO Miles (Mostly Long Trips). Lot paid for until 2097. May-October $900 OBO
Candy Apple Red,
Shaker 1000 Sound System. 1996 Honda Dirt Bike $48,000 $34,000 OBO $70,500 Call 508-943-3812
Stored In Winter. Ford
Anti-Theft & Lojack.
Goldwing SE 2003 Yamaha YZ 125
Barely Ridden, Never Raced.
Call Don (508)344-9499 860-774-4620 508-278-6123 Or 508-259-9403
Fully Loaded, Including Excellent condition, must
MagnaFlow Exhaust, MUST SELL! see, loaded. Asking $10,500. Excellent Condition. New
AEM Intake, Lojack. $22,000 Call Steve (860)963-9030 Renthal Handlebars & Grips.
Stored Winters. 508-987-0947 New Front Tire.
$1800 Or Best Offer
Serious Inquiries Only
860-923-9618 2006 Scion XB 1998 Harley Call 860-928-1466
Still In New Condition! Davidson Harley Davidson
2000 Hyundai Has 19k Miles On It. Carries 1200 Sportster 15,500 miles,
Platinum Warranty, Good 2000 Custom
Accent Until 2012, Or 70k Miles. All
registered, many extras!
Silver w/Grey Interior. Options, 35-40MPG, $7000 or BO Soft-Tail
Runs OK, But Needs Timing Burgundy Exterior. 28k Miles, Pearl White.
Belt & Front Bumper Work. 508-764-8754
Excellent Inside/Out. Excellent Condition.
80k Miles On Rebuilt Motor. $12,800 Asking $9500
5-Speed Manual. 508-943-5954
1999 Harley 508-987-8928
AM/FM/Cassette Stereo. Davidson
2006 Volkswagen Motorcycle 745 RECREATIONAL
$1250 OBO VEHICLES
Dyna Wide Glide.
860-779-2736 Jetta 18k Miles. Some Extras.
Black, fully loaded, leather, 5 $9000 1998 Kawasaki
2000 Mercury disc CD changer, heated Call 508-943-5911 750 Xi Sport Jetski
Grand Marquis seats & mirrors, sunroof,
Two seater, new battery and
front, side & rear air bags. 1999 Road King
Sedan $14,900. recently serviced. Excellent
White, Appx 60k Miles. Black, 10k Miles, Mint condition. Includes trailer
Call (508)949-6914 Condition. Lots Of Chrome, and cover. $2500 or best
Owned By Elderly Driver.
Selling As Part Of Estate. Must See! Always Kept offer. Call (508)234-0252
2007 Dodge Inside.
Asking $4795 OBO Charger SXT $13,000 OBO
1998 Polaris ATV
Call 508-769-0512 Only 1,400 Miles, Pearl-Coat Email Me At
Red, Grey Interior. 3.5L V6, JCSM1@VERIZON.NET Magnum 425, 4x4
Complete $2000 Overhaul 5
2001 Subaru Lots Of Toys. NO Bank Lien
2000 Harley Years Ago. Used Very Little
Forrester Must See! Davidson XL883
Since. Needs Battery.
Standard, Recent Brakes, Asking $3000
A/C, Roof Racks. Looks Custom 508-885-3136
& Runs Great. 2007 Hyundai Pearl Blue, Screaming Eagle,
$5,500 OBO Carb/Pipes, Forward Pegs,
508-987-3244 Black Accent 4-Door Drag Bars, Fat Boy Back Rim, 2004 90cc Polaris
Retiree’s #2 Car 21” Spoked Front Rim. Lots
2002 BMW 325ci Auto, Air, Remote Start. Of Chrome Added, 1,493
Mint Condition! 22,500 Miles Miles, Flawless. Excellent Condition,
Convertible Asking $10,750 Asking $5800 Aftermarket Lights, Brand
Excellent Condition. Leave Message New Battery, New Tires,
860-792-1168 Electric And Kick Start And
38,883 Miles. Automatic 508-234-5918
Transmission With Sports Runs Like New. Garage Kept.
Shift Mode. Grey Leather 2002 Harley Comes With Kids Racing
Heated Seats. Car Is Loaded.
Corvette 1988 Davidson XL 1200 Boots & Gloves.
Harmon-Kardon Sound Excellent Condition. New Dealer serviced, 5000 A $1600 Value
System, Premium T-Top, Tires & Interior. original miles, many For $900 FIRM
Wheels, Etc. Over $11k Invested. screaming eagle accessories. “A REAL MUST SEE”,
$19,999 Asking $7500 OBO Red Black, lots of chrome, a Moving, Must Sell!
Contact Josh 1-508-943-1128 must see @ $6500. Call Randy
508-885-7085 1-508-341-3164 Call (860)774-7615 508-765-5097
B13 ☎ VILLAGER NEWSPAPERS ☎ TOWN-TO-TOWN CLASSIFIEDS Friday, July 24, 2009
Lexus Enters Entry-Level Luxury Market
with a Stunning New Convertible Based on the IS
BY KEITH GRIFFIN
OK, so there is something good to
say about this summer weather
we’ve been having. It’s perfect for
convertible driving. We have had
few boiling hot days, so it’s been
perfect for driving around town
with the top down. Arriving just
in time to enjoy the beautiful con-
vertible weather is the 2010 Lexus
IS C convertible.
It’s surprising, but this is only
Lexus’ second convertible. The
first is still my favorite: the Lexus
SC 430. It’s the ultimate in luxury
convertibles for me. (Well, that is
before you climb into the uber-
luxury convertibles that are out
of my price range.)
Appropriately enough, I drove
the Lexus IS C at a media intro-
duction in Westchester County,
N.Y., that included a mixture of
sun and rain. (Isn’t that just right
for our spell of October-like
weather we have all enjoyed this
summer?) We were able to discov-
er just how quickly this top could The Lexus IS C convertible is stunning with either its top opened or closed.
get up with the rain pouring Photo © Lexus
down on me and my driving part-
ners from About.com. the outside temperature when the limeter-wave radar to measure had no desire to contort myself
The Lexus IS C is from the sporti- top is lowered, improving interi- and help maintain a set distance into the backseat.
est of the Lexus line. (The Lexus or temperature consistency and from a vehicle traveling ahead. The IS250 C is fairly fuel efficient
IS F is simply a great sports comfort. The system adjusts the PCS relies on the radar sensor to with an EPA rating of 21 mpg city
sedan.) The convertible is being air outlets, temperature and air detect obstacles in front of the and 29 mpg highway with its
offered in two versions: the IS250 flow exiting the outlets. The air- car, and a PCS computer with automatic transmission. The
C and the IS350 C. The latter is flow volume adjusts to outside sensor inputs from vehicle speed, IS350 C is rated at 18-mpg city and
the more powerful of the pair temperature and vehicle speed, steering angle and yaw rate is .
25-mpg highway The 2010 IS250C
with a 3.5-liter V-6 that produces while the temperature control designed to determine whether a has a MSRP of $38,490 when
306 horsepower and 277 lb. ft. of adjusts to outside temperature, collision is unavoidable. In such a equipped with a six-speed manu-
torque. The IS 250C’s 2.5-liter V-6 amount of sunlight and vehicle situation, PCS alerts the driver al transmission; the IS250C with
puts out 204 horsepower and 185 speed. The system also includes a via sound and visual warnings a six-speed automatic transmis-
lb. ft. of torque. Opt for the more pollen filter and variable-control while preemptively retracting sion is $39,660. The IS350C has a
powerful engine because IS mod- compressor. front seat belts and pre-initializ- MSRP of $43,940.
els are born to be driven hard in This is a smart convertible when ing brake assist so that increased
my view. The IS250 C doesn’t the roof starts coming down. Not braking will be applied the VITAL STATISTICS
quite make the cut in that regard. only does it come down seamless- instant the driver depresses the Wheelbase: 107.5 inches
An advanced six-speed automatic ly, it’s not going to get damaged if pedal. Length: 182.5 inches
transmission with steering- you park it in the wrong spot. On The IS C, which Lexus tags as an Width: 70.9 inches
wheel-mounted paddle shifters is models equipped with available entry-level luxury vehicle, also Height: 55.7 inches
standard on the IS 350 C. The IS Intuitive Park Assist (IPA), sonar comes with all the other safety Curb weight: 3814 to 3880 lbs.
250 C comes with either a six- sensors in the rear bumper will bells and whistles one expects Engine: 2.5-liter V-6/3.5-liter
speed manual transmission or stop the movement of the luggage and the government mandates. V-6
the paddle-shift, six-speed auto- door at the start of operation if it Allow me to praise Lexus for Horsepower: 204 hp @ 6400
matic transmission. Don’t be put detects an obstacle will interfere. including vehicle stability con- rpm/306 hp @ 6400 rpm
off by the thought of an automat- Also, a visual warning will trol, which Toyota normally Torque: 185 lb. ft. @ 4800
ic transmission in a sports car. appear on the instrument panel if charges for. It’s a proven lifesaver rpm/277 lb. ft. @ 4800 rpm
You will never shift a car as well a detected obstacle may soon that becomes mandatory in 2012. EPA estimated mpg city/high-
as this transmission can. interfere with top operation. To be frank, I would best describe way: 18-21/25-29
I’m glad to find out I’m not the Another smart feature of this car this as a three-passenger convert- IS250 C Base price: $38,490
only person in the world that puts is only an option at this point. ible when all of the adults are six- IS350 C Base price: $43,940
on the air condition when the top The optional Pre-Collision feet tall or more, as was the case Also consider: Audi TT, BMW
is down. According to Lexus, the System (PCS), Lexus explains, is during my preview of the IS C. 3 series
IS convertible’s air conditioning packaged with dynamic radar Two adults and two kids could
system automatically adjusts for cruise control, which uses mil- find this comfortable. At 6’1” I
B14 ☎ VILLAGER NEWSPAPERS ☎ TOWN-TO-TOWN CLASSIFIEDS Friday, July 24, 2009
760 VANS/TRUCKS 760 VANS/TRUCKS 760 VANS/TRUCKS
1997 Chevy Tahoe 2002 FORD F-150 Truck Cap
Beautiful Maroon & Grey 4-door King Cab, extra clean. White Fiberglass, With
All Major Parts Replaced, 75,000 miles. 2 WD. Sliding Windows, Tinted
Good Tires, High Miles, $8500.00 firm. Glass, Cargo Rack.
Leather. Call 508-243-2157 4 Years Old, Fits ‘97-’03
Wife Got Another Car. F-150 Extended Cab (6’ Bed).
$2500 Cash Takes It! Asking $500
Runs Strong 508-736-3114
508-615-2540 2002 GMC Safari
New Tires, Seats 8, Fr. 765 HEAVY EQUIPMENT
1997 Dodge Green, Clean
Dakota Sport 4x4 860-963-7484 CAT D8H
Power everything, 122K
miles, looks good, runs
good. Rhino spray on 2003 Chevy Cable Blade - Power Shift
bedliner. Runs Good
Asking $4000. Venture $12,000
Call (508)867-3741 75K miles, in very good
condition. Asking $6000 or (860)928-3477
1997 F150 Call Tatyana,
767 VEHICLES WANTED
4x2, third door, six (508)949-6082
passenger, V6, 116K, A/C,
6-CD changer, power 2003 Ford
package, runs great, one
owner, always maintained, all
Long bed with liner, 3.0 liter
recent brakework done, very
clean, some rust,
v-6, 5 speed auto, 26k , ROSS RECYCLING
excellent condition. $8900. We Pay More!!
dependable. $4500. Call (860)963-7458
(508)277-7829 All Scrap Metals,
2003 Isuzu NPU Cars, Trucks
1998 Nissan 16 ft Box Truck Batteries,
Frontier Pickup V8 automatic transmission, Copper Wire,
4 cylinder auto, bedliner, power steering, power Appliances...
$4700. brakes. Runs great, very
Call (508)499-6748 clean, 10 ft loading ramp. 64 Tucker Hill Rd.
$10,000. Putnam, CT 06260
1999 Ford 860-928-7165
Ranger 2003 Silverado
5 speed, 2WD, 181K miles, 2500 HD High-top Mini
bedliner, ladder racks, Crew cab, 6.0, auto, 4x4,
alloy wheels, grey, loaded, leather, Wheelchair
PRICE REDUCED tonneau, chrome step, tow Van Needed
$1,800 OBO package, excellent condition. In excellent running
Call (860)779-0818 Call (978)697-0706 condition with fully
automatic wheel chair lift
1999 Ford Ranger 2005 Ford F350 and closing doors.
Extended Cab Pickup 4x4 Crew Cab XLT Please leave message
V6, 4.0L 6.0L V-8 Diesel (508)764-2807
131,780 Miles. Recent Excellent Condition
Tuneup, Tires, Brakes. Loaded - Including
Runs Well. FX4 Package. Lincoln Town Car
$3500 58k Miles
(Book Value $6000+) $27,000 Wanted
860-923-1848 Call 508-885-9371 2002 Or NEWER
2001 Dodge 97 Dodge
Dakota Sport Conversion Van VEHICLES FOR PARTS
Extended cab, Blue, 80K Excellent Shape
miles, very good condition, $4700
bed liner, like new. Or Best Offer
1987 Chevy 3/4
$5800 or best offer. Call After 5pm Or Ton Pickup
Call (860)779-7807 Weekends Had Fire In Engine
860-917-7381 Compartment. Had
Rebuilt 350 Engine, Auto
2001 GMC Sierra Transmission, And
Turbo Diesel 4x4 F-150 Transfer Case.
Runs Great, Great Sound. Heavy-Duty Leafs On
Pick Up 1992, 209 Th. Miles. Straight
Rear-End. Reese Hitch,
94,000 miles, loaded, 6, Some Dents & Rust.
leather, $15,500. Extended Cab w/Jump Seats. Fisher Plow-Frame, New
Call (860)753-0185 or Best Offer Over $500 Exhaust, Ladder Rack
(860)779-1886 evenings 860-774-1609 (860)428-3478
CD, Radio &
Over 35 MPG