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Vol. IV, No. 11 Complimentary to homes by request
(860) 928-1818 ‘I awoke this morning with a devout thanksgiving for my friends, the old and the new.’ FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2008
Courtney Solar panels up for discussion
discusses INFORMATIONAL SESSION IS DECEMBER 4
housing BY CHENOA PIERCE
VILLAGER STAFF WRITER
POMFRET — Nowadays, everyone
It was about two years ago while he
was attempting a construction proj-
ect that Board of Finance and Solar
“didn’t work out.”
Though the project wasn’t suitable
together and see what he could come
up with, a task he spent a good year
funds is doing what they can to make their
homes, cars and appliances as eco-
friendly as they can in an attempt to
Committee member John DiIorio dis-
covered a way to help make Pomfret
Community School (PCS) a green
location, while saving the town
for his home, DiIorio said he thought
PCS would be a great candidate for
such a project.
DiIorio began talking about the
Back in March, DiIorio made his
first presentation on his findings.
“I brought my findings to the Green
Team,” he said, adding that the mem-
“go green.” Talk shows, newspapers,
BY CHENOA PIERCE news shows and more have all fea- money in the long run. project to everyone, and soon, the
VILLAGER STAFF WRITER
tured stories on how to make commu- DiIorio said he was researching word spread. According to DiIorio, he
solar energy for his home, a project was told to look into the project, put it Turn To SOLAR, page 15
Back in July Congress passed the nities more eco-friendly.
Neighborhood Stabilization Program
(NSP) in the Housing and Economic
Recovery Act (HERA) that allocated
funds to the states to distribute among
towns and cities within them that have
been hit hard by foreclosure. But with
none of that money going to the east-
ern part of Connecticut, the area’s con-
gressman has expressed his disap-
Eagle Scout honor
A total of $4 billion was allocated for
distribution among the states hit hard- Troop 30 in Quinebaug, was
est, with Connecticut receiving a total LOCAL RESIDENT recently bequeathed the Eagle
of $25 million to distribute among the Scout honor after completing all
cities and towns hit with high foreclo- BUILDS STORAGE of the requirements and oversee-
sure rates. When the news starting
making its way around the state, SHED FOR TEEG ing a community project.
To become an Eagle Scout, the
Congressman Joe Courtney (D-Conn., Scout working for the honor must
2nd District) said his office began BY CHENOA PIERCE be active in the troop and patrol
receiving calls from people looking to VILLAGER STAFF WRITER
as a life Scout for at least six
find out how they could get their hands Many boys join the Boy Scouts months; live the Boy Scouts’
on some of the funding. when they are young, but few stay “Oath and Law”; earn a total of 21
“The ink was barely on this measure long enough to rise in the ranks merit badges, including first aid,
when my offices started receiving
to the most prestigious rank in family life, personal fitness, envi-
calls” from people asking how to apply
scouting: Eagle. ronmental science and camping;
for funds, he said during a conference
call on the subject. Robert S. “Bobby” Dean III, 18, Courtesy photo
But of the $25 million given to the of Woodstock, is one of those few. Selectman Kathy Hiatt reads a proclamation, signed by the Board of Selectmen, for
Dean, a member of Boy Scout Turn To DEAN, page 11 Robert S. Dean III, who recently earned the title of Eagle Scout.
state of Connecticut, none of the
money has reached the eastern part of
the state. Instead, according to
Courtney six towns will benefit from
the Department of Economic and
Community Development’s (DECD)
proposed distribution plan. Bridgeport
is slated to received $6 million in fund-
NEPS 23 years old and continuing to grow
ing; Waterbury, $3.6 million; New
Haven, $3.3 million; Stamford, $2.9 mil-
lion; Hartford, $2.8 million; Meriden, OFFERS VARIOUS JOBS, OUTREACH
$1.8 million; and New Britain, $1.8 mil-
lion. This leaves a total of $2.5 million PROGRAMS FOR MENTALLY DISABLED
for the rest of the towns in the state,
said Courtney . BY MATT SANDERSON The individual placement pro-
VILLAGER STAFF WRITER
Upon hearing this news, Courtney , gram at NEPS teaches interview
who voted in favor of the program, WOODSTOCK — For 23 years, skills, helps with employment
wrote a letter of disapproval to Gov. M. Northeast Placement Services in searches, and offers ongoing sup-
Jodi Rell, stating that he feels this allo- South Woodstock has been provid- port for people and their employers.
cation goes against the original intent ing job placement and vocational “People helping people” is the orga-
of the act, which was to help cities and programs for people with disabili- nization’s motto.
towns with high foreclosure rates, not ties in the Quiet Corner, as well as The program serves referrals
just those with the highest number of offering community experience, cre- from the Department of
foreclosed homes. ative arts and enrichment pro- Developmental Services, families,
“High rates of foreclosures extend grams. schools and other agencies. There is
beyond condensed rural areas,” he Founded in 1986, it is a nonprofit also a group-supported employment
said. organization with a vision of for- program, which consists of janitori-
The letter asks that Rell consider
ward thinking of supporting people al, outdoor maintenance, food serv-
allocating funds to the eastern part of
with developmental disabilities and ice and landscaping.
the state, which holds the title of high-
takes pride on providing quality, Executive Director Rick Roy said
Matt Sanderson photo innovative services with an empha-
Turn To COURTNEY, page 4 Northeast Placement Services is located at 312 Route 169, South Woodstock. ,
sis on diversity personalization and Turn To NEPS, page 10
Local DAR chapter awards seven students
BY MATT SANDERSON undergarment tucked deep into
VILLAGER STAFF WRITER
the baggy pants. He wore a brown,
BROOKLYN — Seven students flat-brimmed hat, stockings and
from area schools were selected brown shoes.
and recognized last Thursday “They can fit on either foot, but
afternoon, Nov. 20, by the they’re uncomfortable,” he said of
Daughters of the American the shoes. “You would sleep in
Revolution (DAR) Sarah Williams your undergarments.”
Danielson Chapter in Brooklyn at Speaking about the social and
the Palmer Homestead for the political reasons why Pilgrims
Good Citizens program and schol- came from Holland, the
arship contest. Netherlands and England to
As part of the event, Dr. Lavius America, Robinson said it was
Robinson from Killingly Public because of religious persecution.
Schools gave a lecture on why the He also spoke of the Spanish
Pilgrims left England. A member Inquisition.
Matt Sanderson photos
of the Sons of the American Robinson ended his talk with a
Revolution and the Mayflower reflection on the first Above: From the left are Collin Billings, senior at Woodstock Academy; Genna Petre,
Society, Robinson and DAR mem- Thanksgiving, the meaning behind senior at Tourtellotte Memorial High School; Jay Rosenthal, senior at the Learning
bers were dressed in colonial garb it and congratulated the students Clinic; Paige Purdon, senior at Putnam High School; Kelli Lefler, senior at Killingly
for the event. He wore a lime-green High School; Melissa Wallace, senior at the Hyde School; and Ethan Williams, senior
colonial shirt and pants, with the from Harvard H. Ellis Technical High School.
stereotypical white-collared shirt Turn To DAR, page 14 Left: Dr. Lavius Robinson, dressed in pilgrim attire, Robinson spoke about why the pil-
grims left England and Holland to flock to America.
THEATRE VILLAGER TRIVIA
A8-9 . . . . . . OPINION COMMUNITY What was the only TV show of
A 12 . . . . . . SPORTS SCROOGE THE
SECT. B . . OBITUARIES
52 YEARS OF the 1970s to have its theme top
Billboard’s Hot 100?
SECT. B . . CALENDAR MUSICAL SERVICE! Answer on page 2.
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2• Friday, November 28, 2008 WOODSTOCK VILLAGER
Suspect sentenced in 2006 VILLAGER ALMANAC
PlayStation shooting “… The project has no impact on the
taxpayers, but has the environmental
OF THE WEEK
cold and fending off sleep ended up giving a Penkala According to the Docket, impact of taking 10 million automobile
PATNAUDE in the hopes of becoming PlayStation 3 for free. Guzman, 31, and Robertson,
one of the first to own the Patnaude, 19, was arrest- 22, have both set their miles off the road in terms of CO2
SENTENCED TO highly anticipated video ed in August 2007 in connec- $1,000,000 bail, but remain (carbon dioxide) emissions.”
12 YEARS JAIL game systems. While in
line, Andrew Patnaude,
tion with the case and
charged with first-degree
in custody according to the
docket. In relation to this
— John DiIorio, chair of the Pomfret Solar Committee, on the
benefit of the proposed Solar Panel Project for Pomfret
then 17, of Putnam; robbery with a deadly case, Guzman has been Community School and the community
BY CHENOA PIERCE
VILLAGER STAFF WRITER Armando Guzman, then 29, weapon and first-degree charged with first-degree
of Southbridge, Mass.; and assault before being handed robbery and first-degree
Putnam made national
headlines two years ago fol-
William Robertson, then 20,
of Woodstock, began
assault, to which he pleaded
guilty; he pleaded not guilty
OPEN TO CLOSE
lowing a shooting incident approaching those in line Corrections. to charges of second-degree POMFRET
over money for a Sony demanding money . Patnaude was recently larceny illegal discharge of
, TOWN HALL
PlayStation 3 video game Penkala confronted the found guilty of both a firearm, attempting to , ,
Monday Tuesday Thursday . . . . . . . . . . 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
console in the Wal-Mart trio, who demanded the charges and has been sen- commit murder and sec- Wednesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . noon .- 7:30 p.m.
parking lot. Now, during $2,600 cash he had on him tenced to 12 years in jail — ond-degree threatening. Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.
the week of the second and, when he refused, was 10 for the first-degree rob- Robertson has pleaded not LIBRARIES
anniversary of the inci- hit in the face with the butt bery charge with 10 years of guilty to all of the same Abington Social Library
dent, the case against one of of the shotgun and shot parole following his release, charges. , ,
Monday Wednesday Thursday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-8p.m.
the suspects, who has been before they fled the scene. according to the Danielson Both men are scheduled Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 a.m.-noon
sentenced to 12 years in jail, Penkala spent a week at the Superior Court docket. He to appear before a judge at Pomfret Public Library
has formally been closed. University of was also sentenced to two 10 a.m. Friday Dec. 5, at
, Tuesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
On Nov. 17, 2006, Michael Massachusetts-Memorial years for the assault charge Danielson Superior Court. Thursday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Penkala, then 21, of Medical Center in and remains in the custody Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 p.m.-7 p.m.
Webster, Mass., was one of Worcester, Mass., as a result of the Department of Chenoa Pierce may be Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 a.m.-1 p.m
many people braving the of his injuries. Wal-Mart Corrections. reached at (860) 928-1818. POST OFFICES
Monday-Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 a.m.-noon
Building official reappointed Pomfret Center (Murdock Road)
Monday-Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 a.m.-1 p.m., 2-4:45 p.m.
Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 a.m.-noon
wood, shingles and sheet rock, was in order to save the town money . EASTFORD
GREEN ENERGY increased to $40, up from $35. To view the current transfer station TOWN HALL
Eaffy said the permit fees will go into rates and regulations, please visit Tuesday and Wednesday ........................ 10 a.m.-noon, 1-4 p.m.
COMMITTEE FILLED effect in January. www.townofwoodstock.com under Second and fourth Tuesday .................................. 5:30-7:30 p.m.
“Our goal is to close the deficit,” he “Transfer Station” EASTFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY
BY MATT SANDERSON said. Selectman also determined that the ,
Monday Thursday ........................................................... 3-8 p.m.
VILLAGER STAFF WRITER At the Board of Selectmen’s meeting board will meet on the first and third Tuesday ................................................................... 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
WOODSTOCK — Several people were in early October, First Selectman Allan Thursdays of the 2009-2010 fiscal year. Saturday ................................................................... 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
appointed to various boards and commis- Walker said the current amount of rev- The next Board of Selectmen’s meet- POST OFFICE
sions at the Board of Selectmen’s meet- enue the town is taking in from transfer ,
ing is 4 p.m. Thursday Dec. 4, p.m. in Monday-Friday ............................................... 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
ing last Thursday night, Nov. 20, along station permits is not covering the cost of Town Hall Room A. Saturday ................................................................ 8:30 a.m.-noon
with some updates to the transfer station running and maintaining it. TRANSFER STATION
regulations. The Transfer Station Committee will Matt Sanderson may be reached at (860) Saturday and Sunday ............................................ 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
The current term for Terry Bellman, be coming forward soon with a draft of 928-1818, ext. 110, or by e-mail at matt@vil- Wednesdays, Memorial Day to Labor Day ................... 3-7 p.m.
building official, expires March 23, 2009. how the transfer station will operate lagernewspapers.com. All other Wednesdays ..................................................... 1-3 p.m.
Selectmen voted unanimously to reap- with the PAYT system in place next year
point Bellman for WOODSTOCK
another four years. TOWN HALL
Residents Judy E. , ,
Monday Tuesday Thursday ……….……. 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Walberg and Ron Wednesday …………………………....……….. 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
DiPietro were appointed
Friday ……………………………...…………… 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
to the newly formed
Committee for the
terms of Nov. 20, 2008, to
5-YEAR TOP TEN BOOKS
Nov. 17, 2009. The two
Top 10 Hardcover Fiction Books
additions complete the
Meeting schedules for FIXED RATE 1. Christmas Sweater, Glenn Beck
2. Just After Sunset: Stories, Stephen King
the committee should be
HOME EQUITY APR 3. Divine Justice, David Baldacci
4. The Hour I First Believed, Wally Lamb
5. Salvation in Death, J.D. Robb
Jacobson was appointed
as an alternate to the
LOAN 6. Gate House, Nelson DeMille
7. Mercy, Toni Morrison
ission for a term of Nov. 8. Lucky One, Nicholas Sparks
20, 2008, to March 31, 9. Extreme Measures: A Thriller, Vince Flynn
2010. 10. Swallowing Darkness, Laurell K. Hamilton
Selectman D. Mitchell
Eaffy made sure to add provided by Wonderland Books, Putnam
that the town would not
be able to function with-
out the support and vol-
unteerism of residents AT THE AUDUBON
to work on boards and
commissions. Call 800-892-2096 for details, or apply Week of Nov. 17:
Addressing the 2009 Bird sightings this week at Connecticut Audubon and
transfer station regula-
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at any NewAlliance branch today. Wyndham Land Trust properties in the northeast corner of
Connecticut: Screech Owls, Barred Owl, Great-horned Owl,
of last week’s agenda. Flicker, Purple Finch, Golden-crowned Kinglet, Robins,
Since the pay-as-you- American Tree Sparrow and Song Sparrow.
throw (PAYT) system is Taking care of customers for 170 years.
planned to be imple-
mented at the beginning
of the 2009-2010 fiscal
year, selectmen changed
the rate of a sixth- Saturday — Chance of showers. Highs in
month permit fee, of the upper 40s and lows in the upper 20s.
what would be $120
annually, to $70. They Sunday — Times of sun and clouds. Highs
also determined to
make the permit fee for in the low 40s and lows in the mid 20s.
Member FDIC Equal Housing Lender www.NewAllianceBank.com
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WOODSTOCK VILLAGER Friday, November 28, 2008 •3
Monday, Dec. 1
• Garden Club — 6:30 p.m., Town Hall Room C,
• Inland Wetlands and Watercourses
Commission — 7:30 p.m., Town Hall Room B,
Tuesday, Dec. 2
• Relay For Life — 6 p.m., Town Hall Room 1
(big room), Route 169
Wednesday, Dec. 3
• Camp Nahaco Commission — 6:30 p.m.,
Town Hall Room B, Route 169
• Democratic Town Committee — 7:30 p.m.,
Town Hall Room 1 (big room), Route 169
Thursday, Dec. 4
• BOS — 4 p.m., Town Hall Room A, Route 169
• Little League — 7 p.m., Town Hall Room B,
• Planning and Zoning Subcommittee — 7:30
p.m., Town Hall Room 1 (big room), Route 169
• BOS — 7 p.m., Town Hall
Left: Ken Grant stands with Anne Krebs (left), while Rob Krebs stands with Claire Grant, in front of the newly dedicated track and field complex at Hyde School Tuesday, Dec. 2
earlier this month. Mr. Grant was the first headmaster of the Woodstock school campus, and the Krebs have been private donators for Hyde School over the years. • Recreation Commission — 7 p.m., Pomfret
Right: The new Grant Track and Field at Hyde School was dedicated Thursday, Nov. 6. Community School
Wednesday, Dec. 3
• Inland Wetlands and Watercourses
Grant Track and Field dedicated at Hyde
Commission — 7 p.m., Town Hall Conference
Thursday, Dec. 4
• Republican Town Committee — 7 p.m.,
Loos & Company
NAMED AFTER SCHOOL’S FIRST HEADMASTER
BY MATT SANDERSON ners to ever come to Hyde- basketball champions as well as group effort. I sincerely want to
VILLAGER STAFF WRITER
Woodstock. several others. thank Rob and Anne Krebs for all • BOS — 7 p.m., Town Office Building
WOODSTOCK — Hyde School “We are extremely excited “It’s really a deep honor to be they’ve done for the school and Tuesday, Dec. 2
held its official dedication cere- about this world-class facility, ,
remembered in this way and it’s they truly are a gift to us all. They • Conservation Commission — 7 p.m., Town
mony of the new Grant Track which will allow our students the truly very exciting to see the both continue to strengthen Office Building
Wednesday, Dec. 3
and Field Thursday Nov. 6, with
, opportunity to expand their growth of this campus,” said Mr. Hyde.”
• Camp Nahaco Commission — 6:30 p.m.,
students, faculty and the Board of learning through athletics,” said Grant. “The Woodstock campus Visit www.hyde.edu and Woodstock Town Hall Room B, Route 169
Governors in attendance. Laura Gauld, head of school. couldn’t have been started with- www.onlyathyde.org for more Thursday, Dec. 4
The athletic grounds, with The state-of-the-art facility con- out the dedicated faculty we had information, or call the athletics • Recreation Commission — 6:30 p.m., Town
landscaping still to be completed, struction was made possible by at our side, and it was definitely a department at 963-9096. Office Building
marks the next step in the cam- generous donations during the
pus beautification process, “Hyde @ 40” campaign and from
according to William Cutrer,
Hyde School media representa-
Robert and Anne Krebs, whose
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Morin retires after 52 years of volunteer service
sonnel need to almost be certified doctors in
QUIET CORNER order to hold enter the profession and work with
CHRONICLES Though he has retired, Morin remains
involved in the service. He visits the fire station
daily and his name has been placed on the
EDWARD “TAXI” MORIN General Committee along with other retired vol-
unteers. Having his name on the list allows him
VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER to stay involved in the department, speak at
meetings, vote on issues and more.
BY CHENOA PIERCE Being on the committee keeps him and the
VILLAGER STAFF WRITER
other retired volunteers involved, said Morin.
THOMPSON — When Edward “Taxi” Morin Following his retirement announcement,
began volunteering his time as an ambulance Morin’s friends, family and Community Fire
driver for the Community Fire Department in Department colleagues threw him a surprise
North Grosvenordale, the preferred ambulance party on Nov. 16, when he was presented with a
of choice was a Cadillac. plaque to commemorate his volunteer work, as
Morin joined the Community Fire well as a proclamation from the Board of
Department in 1953, but did not become a full- Selectmen recognizing the services he has pro-
time volunteer until 1956, he said. vided to the town over the years.
He got involved in the department as a way to Morin said he tried to personally thank every-
help others, “like everybody in town,” he said. Chenoa Pierce photo
one during the party but said that he would like
During his time with the Community Fire to thank everyone who had a hand in the event,
Department, Morin served as a firefighter, mem- Edward “Taxi” Morin shows off the plaque he received from the members of the Community Fire because he truly was surprised.
ber of the Special Fire Police, officer of the Department for his 52 years of service. “I want to thank everybody for the wonderful
department and ambulance driver. For several time I had,” he said. “I tried to get to everyone to
years, Morin was even the top cop of the Fire “I drove the ambulance a lot,” he recalled. Transporting people to the hospital from the thank them, but there were so many of them. …
Police. Driving one of today’s style ambulances com- scene of an accident or other emergency was def- I want to thank them very much, and it really
“I was captain of the Fire Police,” said Morin, pared to the Cadillac ambulances of old never ,
initely a lot different than today according to was a surprise.”
who got his nickname “Taxi” when he was 5 and phased Morin, who said he had no trouble mak- Morin. Now that he has retired, Morin plans to spend
all the boys had nicknames. “I was captain for ing the switch. “It was easier to transport people [back then],” a lot of time on his hobby — woodworking.
quite awhile.” “[It] didn’t make any difference,” he said, he said. Morin makes knickknack shelves, birdhouses,
Morin said he kept the position because it was adding that driving trucks as part of his busi- When he first began driving the ambulance cabinets, wall shelves and more.
a job somebody needed to have. When a friend ness helped. During his volunteer time, he around, Morin said, patients were taken from ,”
“It’s just a hobby he said, noting that he does
expressed an interest in being captain, Morin owned Morin’s Bottled Gas, a propane company , the house to the ambulance and immediately not sell his work.
said he gladly stepped aside for the few short for nearly three decades before retiring from transported to whatever hospital they were
years that the friend held the position before tak- that profession. He did most of the service work going to. Now, the patient’s vitals, such as pulse Do you know someone who has made a differ-
ing it on once more. and had an employee who took care of the rest. and blood pressure, need to be taken before he or ence in the community, owns a unique business, or
“He left to go to Florida, so the job came back “I had that business for 27 years,” he said. she is transported. Regulations have changed as has an interesting story to tell? If you think that
to me,” he said. While volunteering for department, Morin well, and these make it difficult to get the job person should be featured in a profile, let us know!
Most of Morin’s volunteer hours were spent ,
was on call 24 hours a day seven days a week, done right, according to Morin. Send all profile ideas and contact information to
driving the ambulance to accident scenes and and responded to each and every call he could. In addition, Morin said Emergency Medical email@example.com or call Chenoa
hospitals, a job he said he enjoyed doing. “It wasn’t an eight-hour shift,” he said. Technicians (EMTs) and other emergency per- Pierce directly at (860) 928-1818, ext. 112.
Courtney expresses disapproval with housing funds allocation
The letter reflects the original intent said the letter was more of a contribu- closure. rebuild the economy, according to
COURTNEY of the act, suggesting that Rell redis- tion to the decision-making process. “… I ask you to devise a new formula ,
Courtney who cited realty as a huge
continued from page A1
tribute the funds so that all hard hit “I offer this letter in a spirit of con- for distributing the NSP funds contributor to the economic crisis.
towns, including those in Eastern tribution,” he said. throughout Connecticut,” he wrote. “I “I applaud the government [for] step-
est foreclosure rates in the state. Connecticut, receive some of the Though he understands that each propose that 70 percent of NSP funds ping up [to deal with] what I think is
According to Courtney, Windham money to help their housing market get community is different and has its own be allocated to entitlement communi- the root cause of [this situation],” he
County files 23 foreclosures for every back on its feet. needs, Courtney said the language of ties with priority given to those with said.
1,000 recorded in the state, and the Courtney said he has been in contact the program was written the way it the highest foreclosure rates.” The DECD held a public forum on
town of Plainfield has the highest rate, with Eastern Connecticut officials, all was for that reason. He also suggested that the remaining the matter from Nov. 7 to 21, according
with 35 foreclosures for every 1,000 of whom have expressed a need for “This is a country that has a lot of 30 percent go to communities with the ,
to Courtney to hear the thoughts, con-
recorded. such funding. different communities,” he said. highest estimated foreclosure abandon- cerns and opinions of the public before
“It appears … that the $25 million “We have been talking with local offi- “There’s a reason Congress [wrote] the ment risks or have the highest predict- the proposal is submitted to the U.S.
was allocated not by the rate of foreclo- cials since Nov. 2, and the [message] is language they did.” ed average 18-month foreclosure rate. Department of Housing and Urban
sure and delinquency but by the sheer strong that they need help,” he said. On Nov. 21, Courtney penned anoth- Making these proposed changes Development (HUD) in time for the
numbers, so that some of the hardest Some people may look at Courtney’s er letter to Rell on the subject, this one would keep the money distribution in Dec. 1 deadline.
hit towns in Connecticut, many of Nov. 6 letter and think that it’s a suggesting changes to the DECD’s fund line with the language of the
which are located in the eastern part of “parochial objection,” he said, noting distribution proposal. In his letter, Neighborhood Stabilization Program Chenoa Pierce may be reached at (860)
the state, will not be able to avail them- that he has watched the situation from Courtney suggests redistributing the and with the original intent of the pro- 928-1818, ext. 112, or by e-mail at
selves of any of the Neighborhood the beginning and is not the only one funds so that 70 percent of the money gram. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stabilization Program money he said who has noticed how the funds were goes directly to the towns and cities in Helping communities get back on
in his Nov. 6 letter to Rell. distributed. Instead of an objection, he the state with the highest rates of fore- their feet is critical in helping to
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Cold and wet in the wild WHAT IS IT?
can be deadly combination
n Dec. 12, 1799, George packs as they rappelled and crawled
Washington went out to OUR down the mountain. After they had
inspect his plantation in been going nonstop for 16 hours, Peter
Virginia. The robust 68-year-old presi- BETTER began to hallucinate and then rolled
dent rode his horse around in heavy onto his back. Scott yelled, “Peter, you
snowfall for about five hours. The NATURE have to get up or you’ll die!”
weather was cold (33 degrees F), ,
“That’s OK,” Peter said calmly and
cloudy and windy. The next day, BET then asked, “Who are all these people
Washington complained of a sore ZIMMERMAN around us?”
throat, but went riding again anyway Scott replied, “They’re our
to mark some trees he wanted cut friends,” now certain neither of them
down. On Dec. 14, he was struggling to Cathedral Peak in Yosemite. They had would survive.
breathe. The estate overseer gave him researched the climb thoroughly and Peter said, “Oh, it’s OK then.”
a medicinal mixture of molasses, knew it was within their technical They had moved a tiny bit further
vinegar and butter. Washington abilities. They also knew November when Peter asked, “What is that
almost suffocated trying to swallow was storm season, but the forecast bright light over there?” As Scott
the concoction. The president contin- was for sun and clouds. Before head- turned to look, Peter collapsed onto
ued to deteriorate and died a tranquil ing out, they didn’t check for a weath-
er update. Their cell phone’s clock
his back, a rattle emanated from his CONTEST ENTRY FORM Nov. 28, 2008
death later that evening. Exposure throat, and he lay still.
was clearly a factor. (However, it prob- was wrong, so they got off to a late Scott could not check for a pulse as Deadline: Dec 3, 2008
ably didn’t help that the overseer and start. Peter was wearing lightweight he had lost feeling in his hands hours
doctors drained 5 to 7 pints of his pants and a fleece sweater. Scott was ago and was shaking too hard to lis-
blood over a period of nine or 10 in a T-shirt, lightweight jacket and ten for breathing. Fifteen minutes of My guess for this week's photo is: _________________
hours. Bloodletting was a popular heavy pants. Neither had warm hats CPR proved fruitless, so Scott contin-
remedy back then.) (Source: V . .V or gloves. They left their heavy ued on to get help. He crawled and fell Answer to last week’s photo:
Vadakan, MD). raingear in the car, figuring, “What for another mile and a half, but by Connecticut Audubon Center in Pomfret
Washington was not the only one to could possibly happen to prevent at then it was too late. After six months,
succumb to nasty weather. On a least one of us from coming out for the feeling returned to Scott’s fingers Name________________________________________
mountaineering trip, one of my hus- help?” Later, they stashed their packs and toes, the shooting pains in his
band Doug’s climbing partners, who on a ledge to avoid having to carry hands subsided and his short-term Address______________________________________
shall remain Nameless, was exhaust- them all day up the rock climb. They memory improved. But his friend is
ed and fell asleep next to his sleeping didn’t keep track of the time. gone forever. State_______Zip_______ Telephone#_____________
bag. When Doug awoke in the middle They were having fun until the Both the beginner and experienced Please mail your entry form to the Villager Newspapers, PO Box 196, Woodstock, CT 06281,
of the night, he saw an immobile, storm hit. By the time things got des- can succumb to tragedies in the out- attn: Editor, or drop off to the office at Faire Place at 283 Route 169/171 in
incoherent Nameless sitting up, his perate, they couldn’t get a cell phone doors, even on easy excursions. Woodstock, in front of the Woodstock Fairgrounds. You may also fax your entry to
ice-coated glasses frozen to his face. signal, even though reception had “Unlikely” events happen, like (860) 928-5946. All photos are of sights seen in and around Brooklyn, Killingly, Putnam,
To revive him, Doug and his other been excellent earlier. It was pitch storms, lost or failed gear, and Thompson, Woodstock, Pomfret and Eastford. Responses must identify the subject and
partner dragged him into their near- dark when their headlamp broke in a injuries. Late starts or returns, and where it can be seen. Answers will be given the following week in the Putnam Villager,
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American Mountaineering describes no way to make a fire. Exhausted, ronmental professional and a member
an outdoor adventure with a more dehydrated and numb, they struggled of the Woodstock Conservation
tragic ending. Friends Peter Noble to descend. Unbeknownst to them, Commission. See www.ourbetterna-
and Scott Berry set out to summit they passed within 30 feet of their ture.org for archived articles.
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Redfield, Molly Schroder. Phaneuf, Veronica Phillips, Brandy Hebert, Francesca Harder, Catherine Hatch, Katelyn Wednesday, Dec. 3: Chicken nuggets,
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Tuesday, Dec. 2: Pork patty, mashed pota-
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A collection of nearly 170 American history lessons is now available online for 1920s: ‘It was the Best of Times; It was the Worst of Times…,’” is also available Wednesday, Dec. 3: Beef ravioli, salad,
free, thanks to a devoted and enthusiastic group of Connecticut history teachers online. Stafford fifth-grade teacher and TAHP alumna Maureen Festi, who earned garlic bread, fruit, milk.
who participated in EASTCONN’s federally funded Teaching American History the coveted national 2007 Preserve America History Teacher of the Year Award Thursday, Dec. 4: Taco boat with lettuce,
Project (TAHP). last winter, has contributed her history lessons to the TAHP collection, as well. tomato, sour cream, salsa and cheese; corn-
“It’s a rich set of historically sound, content-based classroom lessons and activ- TAHP participant Bobby Skarvelas, who teaches American Studies at bread; fruit; milk.
ities that deal with higher-level thinking, primary-source materials, and hands-on Glastonbury High School, has contributed an entire collection of history lessons, Friday, Dec. 5: Cheese or steak pizza (indi-
activities for students,” said Dan Coughlin, who directed the four-year-long TAHP many of them created along with another teacher, Ryan Broderick. Among those cate type on lunch slip), salad, JELL-O,
for EASTCONN. collaborative lessons are “U.S. Involvement in WWI: The Zimmerman Note” and
fruit, juice, milk.
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Breakfast: Cereal or muffin, milk, small
free by visiting the EASTCONN Web site at www.eastconn.org and clicking on Resources.” Skarvelas said his own favorites are “The Impact of War
“Free History Lessons.” Photography in Vietnam” and “Jim Crow Laws and the Constitution.” juice and fresh fruit ($2). Monday through
The lessons, which vary in length and complexity, have already been used in Also available for free on the TAHP/EASTCONN site are primary-source skills Friday, 7:30 to 7:45 a.m.
classrooms and vetted for quality and content, Coughlin said. Many of the lessons lessons that are not directly related to a historical period, which many teachers
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Educators can easily search the site for grade-appropriate TAHP American his-
may find useful, Coughlin said.
More than 65 Connecticut social studies and history teachers have participated Harvard H. Ellis Tech
tory lessons, which are arranged in time periods or eras. in the TAHP since the grant’s inception in 2004, Coughlin said, and every partici-
Four of Woodstock Academy history teacher Kim Jalet’s lessons are on the pant has contributed lesson plans to the online collection. The grant ended in Monday, Dec. 1: Turkey or beef hot dog in
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Progressives” and “The Media and the Spanish American War.” “They were a terrific group,” Coughlin said of the TAHP teachers. “They were Tuesday, Dec. 2: Baked chicken nuggets,
“All the TAHP lessons on the site seem fabulous,” said Jalet. “They all require very hands-on. The goal was to allow them to do the work of historians and, by rice, green beans, applesauce, milk.
students to examine primary sources and to draw conclusions about history.” extension, to have them encourage their students to do the work of historians.” Wednesday, Dec. 3: Pasta with meatballs,
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Thompson resident has flower power
SKAFF TO PRESENT DESIGN TIPS DECEMBER 4
BY CHENOA PIERCE ments in the quantities needed. Skaff will show his
VILLAGER STAFF WRITER
“I not only do [design work], I work with audience how to uti-
THOMPSON — Michael Skaff knows flow- development,” he said. lize products they
ers. For instance, Skaff oversees the product have in their home
Skaff, who resides in Thompson part time, line for the Web site. He also works closely and yards to create
has been in the floral business for more than with designers Todd Oldham and Vera Wang floral decorations, as
25 years and has many floral credits under his on their floral arrangement collections. well as how to deco-
belt. Skaff has also been commissioned to design rate a focal area of
“I’ve been in the business a long time,” he the floral arrangements for some very presti- the home.
said. gious events. He was in charge of the floral Color will also be a
Skaff, originally from Shrewsbury Mass., arrangements for former president Bill topic of demonstra-
holds a Bachelor of Science degree in floricul- Clinton’s 1993 inauguration, as well as tion. He is going to Courtesy photos
ture from the University of Massachusetts at .
President George W Bush’s 2001 and 2005 talk about “the use of
Amherst. His job has taken him from being inaugurations. Skaff also has his sights set on color and how impor- Some examples of Michael Skaff’s work (from left): a julep arrangement for Vera
the owner of a florist to working with design- President-elect Barack Obama’s upcoming tant the use of color” Wang’s floral collection and bouquets that are available on FTD.com.
ers and flower growers from his office in inauguration. is, he said.
Chicago, where he commutes weekly . “I submitted my name for President No matter how you
“My job is in Chicago, and that’s where I Obama’s [inauguration],” he said. “I have not plan to entertain this holiday season, Skaff person and can be purchased in advance by
mainly stay he said.
,” heard back yet.” will demonstrate a variety of centerpieces calling Paul Giguere at (860) 935-9160 or by
He is a member of the Society of American Skaff was also a member of the design team that are right for you. He will be sharing tips speaking with a Thompson Village
Florists, the Color Marketing Group and the for the 75th Annual Academy Awards held in for quick and easy arrangements, as well as Improvement Society member. Tickets can
Professional Floral Commentators Institute 2003, he said, and was commissioned to design more complicated designs. also be purchased at the door on the night of
and was inducted into both the American the floral arrangements for a private party “It will have a little bit of everything,” he the event.
Academy of Floriculture and the American thrown by Eunice Shriver. said. To view more of Skaff ’s work, visit
Institute of Floral Designers. On Dec. 4, Skaff will be passing on his The pieces Skaff makes during his presen- http://www.ftd.com.
According to Skaff, who is currently the expertise to locals during a special presenta- tation will be auctioned off following the pres-
director of design and development for tion hosted by the Thompson Village entation. Chenoa Pierce may be reached at (860) 928-
FTD.com, his job entails contacting flower Improvement Society called “Deck the Halls.” Deck the Halls will be held starting at 7 p.m. 1818, ext. 112, or by e-mail at chenoa@vil-
farmers from around the world who can grow According to Skaff, the presentation and in the Fellowship Hall at Thompson lagernewspapers.com.
certain flowers needed for different arrange- demonstration he is going to do will center Community Church on the corner of Routes
around using flowers to entertain. 193 and 200 in Thompson. Tickets are $10 per
Pomfret students’ CAPT performance discussed
BY CHENOA PIERCE Writing and science scores were to struggle in the subject the most. ,
Woodstock Academy with the Killingly lined the schedule changes to the
VILLAGER STAFF WRITER
high. The overall results from Pomfret VoAg program and the Quinebaug school that were implemented at the
POMFRET — Woodstock Academy “Writing is continuing to be one of Community School alumni are good, Valley Middle College High School as beginning of the year. After looking at
Headmaster Richard Foye and Holly our strong points,” she said. “… according to Singleton, who noted that secondary options. The district will the strategic school profile, it was
Singleton, the dean of curriculum and Science continues to always be pretty the students are performing above the continue to fund transportation to the determined that PCS’s instructional
instruction, presented the Board of strong in terms of performance at goal average for the school as a whole. For ,
Academy VoAg and QVMCHS. time was below that of the state aver-
Education with a rundown of the or above.” instance, 78.5 percent of the Pomfret This does not mean students cannot age. Faculty and staff looked at ways to
Pomfret students’ Connecticut She added, “Reading, like most students at the Academy performed at go elsewhere if they choose, according remedy this and found one in the
Academic Performance Test (CAPT) national reading scores, continues to goal or above in writing, while 71.1 per- to Pomfret Superintendent of Schools homeroom period. After much discus-
scores at the Pomfret Board of ,
be very sad. … Certainly a problem cent of total WA students performed as Richard Packman. Parents can request sion, the homeroom period at the
Education monthly meeting held Nov. with reading is not unique to well. Performing at or above goal on all their child go elsewhere and must beginning of the day was reduced by
19 at Pomfret Community School Woodstock Academy; we actually look four tests were 49.2 percent of Pomfret appear before the board with their the 10 minutes.
(PCS). at the big picture [and] do well com- students; only 35.7 percent of the entire request. If the request is approved, the According to Packman, though the
This year, instead of presenting on pared to other towns and states.” WA student body who took the test and parents are then responsible for the teachers would not be spending addi-
the results of the entire school, as she According to Singleton, school’s 29.4 percent of those in the state scored transportation of their child to the tional hours at the school because the
has done in the past, Singleton decided Academic Committee has been dis- as well on the tests. school of their choice. changes fall within their already-deter-
to show the board how the Pomfret stu- cussing the reading scores. “The high school students from • The board approved the Immigrant ,
mined workday the negotiations still
dents are performing and compared “We have been addressing that at our Pomfret are doing exceptionally well,” Children and Youth grant totaling needed to be worked out with the
them to the rest of the school. Academic Committee as our topic of she said. $20,082 that will go toward the PCS Pomfret Community Education
“Math scores is one of our lower of the year and have been starting to Other points of interest at the meet- Library Media Center for providing Association.
the four [tests]. It has improved over 10 brainstorm ideas [as] to how do you ing were: reference materials, Internet access
points from the previous year,” change the culture of the school so that • The board approved the changes to and an instructional aid to help sensi- Chenoa Pierce may be reached at (860)
Singleton said. “I’m very proud of the people buy into reading and, really the designated high school policy for tize the students to the global economy. 928-1818, ext. 112, or by e-mail at
work our teachers put into aligning the ,
specifically the male population,” she the district. From now on, the designat- • The board also approved a memo- firstname.lastname@example.org.
curriculum a little more with CAPT.” said, pinpointing the group that seems ed high school for the area is randum of understanding that out-
Students taking part in music festival FRENCH STUDENTS WIN QUIZ BOWL
The Quinebaug Valley Music Festival will offer its annual honor
band and choir concert at 7 p.m. Wednesday Dec. 3, at Griswold High
, On Thursday, Nov. 6, Woodstock
School. Academy students in French 4 participat-
Music students from Tourtellotte, Woodstock Academy Killingly
, , ed in the Quiz Bowl at the University of
Putnam, Plainfield, Parish Hill, Academy of the Holy Family , Connecticut, advancing through three
Marianapolis and Griswold will be part of this event. rounds of questions to win.
Tickets will be available at the door beginning at 6:30 p.m. and are This activity is part of the Early College
$4 general admission. Children 5 and under are free. Experience at UConn. This is the first year
For information, call J. Palmeter at Killingly High School at 779- that the French program is offering the
6637 or e-mail email@example.com. ECE classes for French 4 and 5. Students
will receive college credit for taking these
courses at Woodstock Academy .
The curriculum and rigor of these class-
es is linked closely with the French cur-
riculum at UConn. French 4/ECE is a lan-
HONDA ACURA guage, literature and speaking course.
French 5/ECE has a strong writing compo-
nent. Students will also prepare for the AP
SPECIALISTS Students actively prepared for a day of
immersion in the French language at
UConn with other students in the state
508-987-3392 involved in the same program. The other
schools involved were Glastonbury,
Southington, Coventry and Brian
HONDA/ACURA Courtesy photo McMeahon Fermi High School.
OIL & FILTER CHANGE From left, Peter Green, director of guidance and the UConn Early College
Woodstock Academy the French Quiz
Bowl. They are to be congratulated, along
Experience; Woodstock Academy students Margo Smutnick, Keith Ringuette,
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and Nicole Favreau; and Woodstock Academy French teacher Mme Merry Burke.
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FAX: (860) 928-5946 Opinion and commentary from the Quiet Corner “This Christmas I am not
decorating with brocade and
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What they’re saying...
friend on our early morning
CHILINSKI BIRD JR. walk. As a devoted decorator,
she is opting for a simple red
PRESIDENT & EDITOR -AT- LARGE and white color scheme. We
PUBLISHER mirror our times, and no one
STEPHANIE JARVIS Do you think Hillary Clinton should be chosen to be in needs to be reminded that
President-elect Barack Obama’s future administration? not prosper-
COMMENTARY holiday fan-
On Squanto heartfelt
and less on
and shopping “Yes, I do. I think “I think so.” “Not particularly.”
“Yes. We’re in a
Barack NANCY WEISS
last bowl of
she’s a good candidate Russell St. Jane Mike Drouin Obama taking over sumed, the
fter an election as historic as the one for that job. She’d do Woodstock as the first black shopping begins. This year is
our nation just faced this past Nov. 4, president. So, as shaping up to be the excep-
well in that position.
it is time to celebrate all things will Hillary, being tion, despite the easy access
She’s her own person.
American. And as true Americans, beside him for
there’s only one thing to do: Eat so much
What her husband’s PHOTOS AND QUESTIONS BY VILLAGER female support.”
we have to the new shopping
done is irrelevant.” mall in Dayville.
turkey, stuffing and sweet potato pie that we Kelly Flick
can hardly roll out of our chairs, and then go
Ernie Auger STAFF WRITER MATT SANDERSON The mall stores are burst-
Putnam Putnam ing with merchandise, cho-
to bed for three hours and get up to go … shop-
sen before the current eco-
What? You say you don’t nomic decline. It’s hard to
remember the part of the
Pilgrim Thanksgiving story
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR imagine where all the pur-
chasers are going to come
where Squanto shows those from to buy the gadgets at
Bed, Bath and Beyond, or
early Americans down near
Plymouth Rock how to har-
vest coupons to Best Buy?
Benoit: Pancreatic cancer research needs funds how many handcrafters it
will take to make the new
You have been missing out Michael’s a success. TJ Maxx
on the greatest part of To the Editor: The problem is that not enough money is being is clean and well organized
American folklore. given to fund research in the states. At this point I with familiar faces manning
You see, long ago, some Deborah Benoit, 28, mother of four, died … 2010. wish I had breast cancer. You see, information and the registers, but even it will
K RISTAL people fled England to come No, this is not some strange attempt to remake an fund-raisers are overflowing for women with breast be challenged by newfound
to these shores so that they article from “Early Edition”; this is what you will cancer. The average five-year survival rate for that frugality. Petco lets dogs
could have freedom. The be printing for my obituary unless something is 92 percent. The average five-year survival rate for shop, so my four-legged
only problem was that those changes. I have pancreatic cancer. someone with pancreatic cancer is 5 percent. friends will enjoy a tour of
KRIS REARDON already living here — ,
Thankfully I’ve been told that mine is “slow mov- Please urge Congress to increase funding for pan- the dog toys.
Squanto and his pals, if you ing” — at least as slow moving as pancreatic cancer creatic cancer research. For more information, It feels good to cut back.
will — were quite displeased can be, and I have already had the part that hit my please visit www.pancan.org/Public/take.html. I Natural frugality is easier to
with the plain manner of dress in which the other organs. The thing is, there is nothing else that do not ask you to do this for me, but rather for the sustain than exuberant pur-
Pilgrims came, buckled hats and all. So they they can do, at least not in the States, so now I wait children of all the patients facing an untimely chasing. We have far more
invented Thanksgiving so that the Pilgrims … to die! death from this disease. They are the ones who are than we need to wear, eat and
could give thanks that someone had come In Mexico, they have stem cell treatment with the real victims. entertain ourselves. The
along to tell them that their breeches, garters umbilical cord stem cells. In the Philippines they Please note November is National Pancreatic potluck can replace the cock-
and stockings looked utterly ridiculous and have a drug that cures it 67 percent of the time. The Cancer Month. tail party and the handmade
that they should try a new look — and what do United States still has to test all these before they instead of the frivolous fash-
you know, 1600s-era Macy’s would be having a will be legal here. My state insurance will not pay DEBORAH BENOIT ion item. Bella’s in Putnam
sale the very next day . for me to go overseas, I’m sure. PUTNAM will offer old-fashioned rib-
So they drafted the Macy’s-Mayflower bon candy, which can slake
Contract, after which they had a parade to cel- our sugar craving as easily as
ebrate, writing: “Having undertaken, for the
Glory of God and advancement of the
NECONN Soccer: Thanks for successful season a box of Godivas.
The Holiday Razzle Dazzle
Christian Faith and Fashion…” Parade in Putnam can
At least that’s what the plastic Squanto in To the Editor: keep on looking for this. replace a trip to Radio City to
the window of some department store will Again, we just want to say thank you for your con- see the Rockettes. Word has it
have you believe, if you listen as closely as I do The NECONN Youth Soccer League would like to tinued support as our league grows and look for- that Phyllis Plowman from
to the mythical words circulating around his extend a big thank you to the parents and the com- ward to seeing everyone in the indoor session and the eponymous bakery will
head: “One day only! $49.95! Only 100 avail- munities of Putnam, Thompson, Woodstock, the spring session. wave at the multitudes from a
able!” Eastford and Pomfret for a great fall soccer season. special float to commemorate
Ah, shopping. … And Squanto. … Once I We acknowledge that there were some minor dif- 20 years in business. If
bought my very own Squanto. Actually, that is
NECONN BOARD OF DIRECTORS
ficulties this year, but with your suggestions from JOHN PETER Phyllis can manage a few
a lie. I bought my brother his very own high kicks, it will trigger
the surveys that were received, we look forward to RON FRESCHETTE
Squanto. memories of the New York
the spring session and implementing some of those STEVE BORDUA
Squanto was a fish, a beta fish, named as City extravaganza. If candy
such by said younger brother when he was a ALLAN RAWSON is tossed to the crowds, I may
We hope to see all of your kids in our indoor ses-
mere 10. Squanto had three siblings: Pepe, CHRIS RUKSTELA catch enough to fill our fami-
Jorge and Scie (pronounced “sky” but with a
sion. The session will run from Jan. 9, 2009, to
March 11, 2009. This session is only on Sundays for BILL FOLEY ly Christmas stockings.
creative spelling per the 10-year-old’s request). BRAD GUILLANI
a one-hour game. The registration information will If you’ve ever make
They have absolutely nothing to do with this
be posted soon on our Web site, DAVE LAVOIE Christmas wreaths, you
WWW .NECONN.Org. We will also post information MELISSA THOMPSON know it takes about half a ton
Well, except that if the Pilgrims had been
for the registration of our spring soccer session, so of material and many hours.
fish rather than people, and if their names
were Pepe, Jorge and Scie, maybe we wouldn’t A number of local churches,
have to deal with Black Friday nowadays. including Christ Church in
Because clearly fish named Pepe, Jorge and Pimental: Wal-Mart will lead to sprawl-town Brooklyn Pomfret, will sell wreaths.
This is the year to buy a local-
Scie would not be caught dead wearing felt
black hats. Which, in turn, would never have To the Editor: owned greenhouse, Hart’s on Route 6 (not to mention ly grown Christmas tree and
required Squanto to feature them on his new Lowe’s in Killingly Commons). pick up decorative item at
show, “What Not to Wear: Mayflower Edition.” The landscape in Brooklyn this fall is distinctly differ- The next pillar of support for the new Wal-Mart plays holiday fairs. We need our
These details I’m giving you, of course, are ent than in past years. As usual, the lawns of the on the desire of the local taxpayer to pay less into the institutions more than ever,
all left out of your textbooks in the fourth town’s households are littered with the multicolored town’s coffers. The proposed store, based on previous and they can’t flourish with-
grade. Don’t let that fool you. Shopping is the hue of leaves that signal the oncoming winter. Some articles, would bring in roughly $300,000 in revenue out a bit of cash. Church
American way George W. Bush even said so lawns, however, are covered with additional objects annually for the town. The most recent data shows that fairs are brimming with inex-
back in a press conference in 2006: “The unem- that seem out of place for this bucolic town. The Brooklyn has 2,531 occupied households. Some very pensive items that make good
ployment rate has remained low, at 4.5 per- objects in question are those garish, green “Wal-Mart elementary math results in a savings to the taxpayer of gifts. It’s fun to go to a
cent. A recent report on retail sales shows a YES” signs that dot the town like a pox. $118 per household. This is far from a boon to the tax- Christmas tree farm and
strong beginning to the holiday shopping sea- I know the town is considering a blight officer, so I payer in Brooklyn. Also, this does not account for any select a fresh tree. Now that
son across the country — and I encourage you assume that their first order of duty would be to have costs the town must incur for maintaining the roads retailers bale the tree, it is
all to go shopping more.” these signs removed. All joking aside, the store itself (a and additional policing and fire/emergency services easy to stuff it in the car or
Clearly, in the two years since this sage proposed four-acre store, open 24 hours a day year-, rendered. tie it on top.
advice was offered, our economy and unem- round) would be a much greater blight on the land- I am not against the idea of economic development in Let’s replace this year’s
ployment rate has taken a drastic turn for the scape of this town. this town. I am merely opposed to the overdevelopment version of Tickle Me Elmo
better. The proposed store is at odds with the rural character of this town. At this time, the town only has one with a stuffed animal from
Or maybe not. Actually, clearly not. But no of this town. Brooklyn’s Web site portrays pastoral ,
restaurant in the mid-range price category Hank’s. Finders Keepers in Putnam, a
amount of shopping in the name of patriotism scenes of rolling green fields and New England stone The restaurant options are very limited in this town, live one from the NECOG
will fix it. walls. It is this scenery that drew so many here from as well as in the surrounding area. Development of shelter or a breeder of one’s
This Black Friday, instead of following the surrounding states. Am I to assume we are going to put properties on the Route 6 corridor would best serve choice. We are warned of
call to line up outside your favorite discount a picture of a Wal-Mart Supercenter on the Web site as this town in categories for which we are lacking, while adopting pets during the holi-
chain at 5 a.m. or earlier, in line for a number part of the town’s marketing? I can see the tagline now, still providing economic benefit. Wal-Mart does not fit days, but gift giving doesn’t
to buy a big-ticket item, why not stay home? “Come to Brooklyn, Conn. — home of the country’s this criterion. happen very often. A cozy
Instead of shopping in the name of patriot- oldest running agricultural fair and the latest in Wal- When weighing the pros and cons of the proposed animal, real or stuffed, pro-
ism, save your gas money in the name of patri- Mart Supercenter design!” store, I ask that residents recall why they first moved vides a lot of comfort in hard
otism so you won’t have to use so darn much of Ask the majority of people in this town, or any town, to Brooklyn. Like myself, I am sure it had a lot to do times.
it that we need to be so dependent on oil in why they relocated and they will give a variety of stan- with the character of the town and its natural beauty . This year the most valuable
general — not just foreign oil — in the first dard answers. Common responses usually involve the Therefore, I request that they ask themselves the fol- gift may be a hearty dose of
place. quality of life, sense of community and good schools. I lowing questions before giving the town’s elected offi- art appreciation. As the stock
And, unless you like my revisionist version have yet to hear one person, when asked this question, cials and Wal-Mart representatives their opinion on market bounces around, we
of our happy Thanksgiving story, as com- say they moved to a town for big-box retail. Yet, based the proposed store. can still be transported by
pelling as it may be, reject the idea that our on comments by local government officials and the Would they rather purchase a fake plastic Christmas the NE Concert Choir singing
consumer culture places in your mind that we Wal-Mart P machine, we are led to believe that this
.R. tree made in China than cut one down at one of the the “Messiah” Dec. 7 or give
have to buy, buy, buy all the time. In the spirit store will greatly benefit this town. Therefore, let us tree farms in town? Would they rather stare into the tickets to the P/Arts opera,
of the true Thanksgiving, we should — espe- explore this issue in detail. night sky and see nothing due to the additional light La Traviata, on May 9, 2009.
cially the day after the holiday — give thanks The two main arguments that are used to support the pollution from the 24-hour store, or see stars? Lastly , Artists in the Country offers
for the real things in life, like our families, proposed Wal-Mart are that it will provide needed would they rather see discarded Wal-Mart bags travel- studio tours and the chance
friends and experiences we’ve all had together. services to the town, as well as provide a tax break. ing up thermals in the summer heat, or hawks doing to buy original items.
Economic times are rough right now. Many The Wal-Mart spokesman stated in the press release so in acrobatic twirls? This may be the holiday
companies are and will likely continue to go regarding the store, and I am paraphrasing, “We are Me? You can find me with a saw in hand this holiday
season for simple colors and
out of business in the short-term. But instead looking forward to bringing services that are needed to season at Ingall’s tree farm. You can find me in my
simple ways. As we look for
of shopping our way to a solution, maybe a the town, as there is no grocery store in Brooklyn. The back yard teaching my children about the Big Dipper.
the solid and the hopeful, we
truer solution is to find out that we never real- store will also have a greenhouse.” You can find me in a hammock, marveling at the flight
can enjoy cutting back by
ly needed most of the things those companies To say this town doesn’t have a grocery store is factu- ,
of majestic predators. Lastly you will see me at every
staying closer to home and all
sold in the first place. ally accurate, but farcical. In the years preceding this town meeting that my schedule permits. I will be there
supporting the many others who want to preserve our it has to offer.
Of course, an episode of “What Not to Wear: proposed store, I have yet to see anyone lack for gro-
Mayflower Edition” might convince you other- ceries in this town. The Big Y filled that need before, small town and who reject Wal-Mart’s vision of a
wise. and now we have the option of a Super Stop & Shop in sprawl-town. I hope I will see you there, too. Nancy Weiss resides in
Pomfret and writes a weekly
Killingly Commons. For non-grocery needs, Target has FRANK M. PIMENTAL
Kristina Reardon writes an occasional col- an ample selection of reasonably priced merchandise column for Villager
umn for Villager Newspapers. . ,
of higher quality Lastly we already have a locally-
WOODSTOCK VILLAGER Friday, November 28, 2008 •9
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Why buy art in a slow economy?
Sanderson: Killingly has dangerous traffic areas
heard someone say, “I can’t buy emotion it expresses so powerfully .
an oil painting when I need to Some art can remind us of a place
buy oil for my furnace!” Yes, we visited — our grandmother’s rose
To the Editor: road, which can come quite unexpectedly and it’s true, we must first supply garden, a sandy childhood beach or a
perhaps be deadly in wet weather. Either the our basic needs, but, consider, peo- ,
leafy forest. Portraits of family pets
Unfortunately, there is plenty of “killer sign ought to go or parking backed up on the ple buy art for different reasons. and even our houses will always be
potential” in Killingly Excessive speed is the
. right-hand side of the street. Some are collectors hoping their wanted, even when money is scarce.
major threat. A short ride on I-395 will prove Now, Cottage Street runs from Water Street investments will grow in value — they That sunny painting will be a joy for
my point. Simply drive the speed limit, and 95 to Broad Street. However, just before the latter look for artists who have staying you on a cold New England day and ,
percent of the traffic will leave you behind in street, Cottage assumes two forks. They both power; are serious; are in important you’ll enjoy your cool, misty seascape
rear-view mirrors. Most motorists believe admit two-way traffic when there is barely galleries, collections and museums; GUEST when the thermometer soars.
they’re cruising Germany’s Autobahn, where space for one vehicle, especially with the park- and are still growing and exploring. COMMENTARY Critic Gustave Geffroy said people
there is no speed limit. Posted signs don’t even ing of school buses on the side of one outlet. Others buy art “because it speaks to who appreciate art are “in search of
deter semi drivers. Rarely do I see anyone tick- Since the forks are within yards of each other me.” I love this phrase. It expresses distraction from social life, alleviation
eted. on Broad, why can’t each be restricted to one- what all artists try to do — make a connection of fatigue and love of eternal nature.”
However, other road signs and markers actu- way traffic? As it is now, this shapes up as a with the viewer. The artist tries to distill the So, why buy art in a slow economy? You’re not
ally qualify as our potential “killers.” For “killer” hazard. experiences of life and make a statement to the only supporting the arts, but also enriching
those traveling north on Route 12, there’s the Seasonal traffic lapses occur in Killingly . world — an image, an ornament, a vessel that your life. Every time you look at your painting,
ambiguity of pavement markings at the Route During the winter months at the juncture of bears an eternal idea. Sometimes they’re appre- you remember the idea and emotion that first
101 intersection. Drivers have the option of Cook Hill Road and Terwilleger Road, there is ciated, sometimes not. Many of the great drew you, and you enjoy it all over again!
using both lanes while negotiating a left turn no traffic problem. However, when the road- impressionist painters we revere today traded
on 101. Since this turn is perilously near an on- side bushes leaf out in the spring, drivers trav- their pictures for a dinner or a few francs. Donna O’Scolaigh Lange’s work can be seen
ramp to I-395, isn’t this a dangerous choice? eling west cannot see the motorists going east Of course, not all art is pretty Not many at www.donnalangeart.com. She is represented
Doesn’t this beg a sideswiping collision from from around the bend. Head-on collisions would want Edvard Munch’s iconic painting by Celebrations Gallery and Shoppes and will
an auto seeking the off-ramp from the far lane? could be a “killer” reality. “The Scream” hanging on their living room participate in the second weekend of Artists’
All that really has to be done is to remove the The time was when road construction was wall, but this image is famous because of the Open Studios.
left turn arrow on Route 12 and restrict one brief and was seen only during the summer.
lane to driving north. Today these repairs continue year-round.
Years ago, there was a directional arrow in Therefore, a world about the flagging system.
use at the busy intersection of Danielson’s
Main and Water streets. This enabled drivers
Many foreign-born motorists cannot read the
words “stop” and “slow,” much less interpret
to make a quick left turn before oncoming traf- the waving of a flagger’s arms. In addition,
fic. For some mystical reason, this arrow has
been done away with. Thanks to that “killer”
hardly anyone can see these words during
rainy or snowy weather. Why can’t flaggers
‘Click It’ isn’t best use of tax money
gesture, motorists often can’t readily make have flags imitating traffic lights, a sold green
that turn when a long line of opposing traffic for “go” and a solid red for “stop”? The police are running another “Click It or be looking for criminals? Do they really care
exists. This tries one’s patience, in addition to Oh, almost forgot. They ought to rename Ticket” campaign. Is that really the best use of about our safety or do they just want to fine us
holding up a line of angry drivers in the rear. Cook Hill Road the “Indianapolis Speedway taxpayer dollars? Instead of lying in wait for to make the money? Are they police officers or
Still on Main Street, a “Yield for Pedestrian” No. 2” for elementary reasons. unsuspecting motorists, shouldn’t the police are they tax collectors? I wonder.
sign has been located across from Center
Street and opposite Danielson Surplus Sales ALAN SANDERSON
Stores. The problem here is a slight turn in the DANIELSON
What will Brooklyn look like in future?
PCS PTO: Thanks for successful fund-raiser Brooklyn is a horrible location for a Wal- process for the future of our town.
Mart Supercenter. Wal-Mart will put little I am not against retail growth. I am for
To the Editor: ing ways by providing gifts for Christmas businesses out of business, so goodbye smart economic development. I want a town
that may not have been in the budget this Brooklyn Hardware, Brooklyn Market, etc. … that I enjoy hanging out in. (I don’t like hang-
On Nov. 15, the PCS PTO held its first craft year and by providing a welcome break from There is already a Wal-Mart in Putnam 10 ing out in Wal-Mart.) Can we somehow get
fair. It was a wonderful fund-raising event life’s daily bills, like home heating oil, boiler miles away and a Supercenter 14 miles down stores and businesses in here that will match
Route 6 in North Windham and another the rural flavor of this beautiful area, attract-
that brought the community together with a replacement and chimney cleaning.
Supercenter 14 miles away in Lisbon. Why do ing like-minded thoughtful retailers and citi-
cake decorating contest and auction, craft A sincere thank you goes to all who partic-
they need a Wal-Mart in Brooklyn? Maybe zens like ourselves? If we encourage econom-
items from talented vendors and a large raf- ipated and donated at the PCS PTO craft fair.
they’re looking to pull in people from Rhode ic growth that is conscientious and appropri-
fle. With tremendous donations from local Your generosity made this event possible,
Island. If that’s the case, the traffic will be far ate for the size and character of our town, it
businesses and the participating craft ven- and we appreciate your time and efforts. We worse than we could now imagine. will increase the value of our land, attracting
dors, the PTO was able to have a very success- wish your families happiness and peace for What do people want their community to a better tax base. If we encourage unchecked
ful raffle. Winners were elated with the prizes the holidays. See you next year. look like five, 10, 15, 20 years from now? What growth, Route 6 might well turn into another
they took home, which ranged from home do residents value, cherish about our town, Route 2 of Warwick, R.I., or Route 9 in
heating oil to spa treatments to dinners at VERONICA VAIDA,PTO DIRECTOR and what are they willing to do to keep it that ,
Shrewsbury Mass. What do we want Brooklyn
local restaurants. The raffle items won MELISSA ZAHANSKY, PTO PRESIDENT way? This is the type of issue that hopefully to look like five or 10 or 20 years from now?
touched the lives of the winners in surpris- ON BEHALF OF THE PCS PTO can get Brooklynites to start a visioning Thank you for letting my voice be heard.
10 • Friday, November 28, 2008 WOODSTOCK VILLAGER
NEPS running capital campaign, seeking donations
NEPS the day shifts for janitorial and landscaping, with the business owner, they sometimes one of her clients Lydia, by taking her to
continued from page A1 said they like to try out different job sites and offer three to four workers, under the Disney World.
labor for their workers. agency’s group-supported employment pro- “She always wanted to go,” said Blaine.
“We’re pretty maxed out with the cus- gram, for one position in the hiring process “She thought she was going to breakfast one
that when NEPS formed in 1986, it was one of tomers,” Smith said Monday morning as he instead of just one person. morning and got on a plane. Two staff mem-
the first flagship institutions of its kind and was getting ready to bring a crew out to prop- Price said Smith has three crews that do bers went with her for four days and took pic-
it dealt with few customers. Not including erties for raking and yard cleanup. “They get lawn-mowing, brush, leaf raking and just tures.”
the hundreds of lawn care and private work [a] special minimum wage. We work with about anything that needed for lawn care. Roy also said they have made significant
contracts, he said NEPS has around 200 main their hours and the Department of Labor The janitorial crews work in area restau- progress in making the physical appearance
accounts today . requirements.” rants, camps, homes, firehouses, municipal of their current facility even better in the
Roy said Bruce Garrison, NEPS founder Smith said they have had trouble buying buildings and any other kind of facility . coming years, as well as becoming more of a
and member of the current Board of new equipment due to a stressed budget and Cheryl Fugg, director of NEPS day servic- presence in the community and give back.
Directors, originally wanted to allow develop- the weight of the Connecticut economy via es, said she handles the community experi- “We want a two-way street,” he said.
mentally disabled people, who were being state funds. He said they had an apprentice, ence program, which supports disabled peo- For more information on NEPS and its cap-
institutionalized in the 1980s such as at the who is an NEPS worker, take over work in the ple who are not ready for employment or do ital campaign, please call 963-2555, or visit the
Mansfield Training School, to integrate prop- woodshed located onsite and fixed the lawn not wish to work. It incorporates recreation- agency at 312 Route 169 in South Woodstock
erly into their communities instead of being mowing equipment in order to save money . al, leisure, communal and volunteer activi- next to the post office. A gift of any denomi-
kept isolated in large facilities. Roy said that Smith also said they cut, stock and deliver ties each week that are designed to provide nation would be significant help to defray
during the 1980s, lawsuits were being filed cords of wood. individually supported opportunities for par- costs, such as the repair and replacement of
against the Department of Developmental Bill Price, NEPS individual placement ticipation in community life. Fugg said they old equipment used by NEPS participants.
Services due to the poor conditions and treat- coordinator, said they have participants from provide outreach to area soup kitchens and Some of the NEPS customer base includes
ment inside of the institutions. all over the northeast region working at food pantries. places such as 4 G’s Restaurant in Killingly ,
The original NEPS headquarters was start- regional job sites, full time or part time. She also coordinates the enrichment pro- American Legion Post 111 in Woodstock, the
ed in Eastford, said Roy in a small, rented Transportation, he said, is provided six days gram, which supports disabled people who Attawaugan Firehouse, the Connecticut
garage. a week to participants with mileage reim- are either retired from the workforce or wish Audubon Center in Pomfret, Beaver Pine
“We started with 12 individuals,” Roy said bursement. to cut back the amount of hours they work Campground in Woodstock, ConnTrol
of the participants. “Now we’re on five acres “We go in and fill out the [job] application per week. Folks are encouraged to learn new International Inc. in Putnam, the Bradley
in Woodstock. We service as far as Mansfield, for them,” said Price. “If we get an interview, arts, crafts, hobbies, cooking or share and Playhouse in Putnam, The Bakers Dozen,
Storrs, Sterling and Oneco.” we go with them and guide them. We act as pursue existing interests. Dayville Firehouse, Frito-Lay in Dayville,
NEPS has about 111 individuals who the bridge.” Fugg said they plan trips to libraries, LoPiccolo Fox Hill Farms in Pomfret,
receive work or volunteer experience. Roy Price said they do not consider themselves museums and other educational points of Holiday Inn, the Most Holy Trinity Church in
also said they started NEPS with about eight the “boss” of the participants who are work- interest and go to the University of Pomfret, the United Methodist Church in
staff and support members. ing specific jobs for a specific manager, but Connecticut regularly with this program. North Grosvenordale, Sarantopoulos &
“Now, we have well over 100,” he said. “We act as their safety net. He said some of their She also said they offer an individualized Sarantopoulos Law Offices in Danielson,
never stop dreaming where we can go.” population might have a tough time talking program of enrichment services for people Schroeder Associates in Rockville, Scott
Currently Roy is asking the public to help to their boss, so he goes in and mediates the that need a highly individualized program of Metal Products in Woodstock, Staples Inc. in
NEPS in these tough economic times with a conversation. supports with activities based on their specif- Dayville, Wal-Mart, Stop & Shop, the
capital campaign. To make a difference in the Roy and Price said they have some long- ic needs. Woodstock Fair Association, the Windham
life of someone with a developmental disabil- time clients whose businesses are enclaves Tammy Blaine, NEPS residential director, County 4-H Camp, The Inn at Woodstock Hill,
ity NEPS is asking for a tax-deductible gift of for NEPS workers, such as the Cinnamon handles working with members living in the Brooklyn Golf Course and the Woodstock
$20 or more if possible, but whatever can be Tree Bakery in Woodstock or Busters Rivers group homes in Brooklyn and Danielson, or Volunteer Fire Department.
afforded. Edge in Thompson. If one worker is sick or who live independently at home with family
“We’re hurting,” said Roy. “We’re cannot make to work one day for whatever members on supported care. Matt Sanderson may be reached at (860) 928-
Connecticut-funded, but we have to be cre- reason, no big deal, according to Roy . Blaine said one of her most recent success 1818, ext. 110, or by e-mail at matt@vil-
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Dean builds TEEG a storage shed for Eagle Scout project
continued from page A1
serve on a lead position, such as den
chief, quarter master or historian, for the
Boy Scout troop, Varsity Scout Team
and/or Venturing Crew/Seas Scout ship;
take part in a Scoutmaster conference;
successfully complete an Eagle Scout
Board of Review and complete an commu-
nity project, according to usscouts.org.
Dean’s project was to build a new, out-
door storage shed for the Thompson
Ecumenical Empowerment Group
(TEEG) because it was in dire need of
one. He took on the task after calling up
TEEG Director Donna Grant and asking
her what the facility could use most.
“They said their shed was kind of
small,” he said, adding that, when it came
to finding an Eagle Scout project, he just
knew he had to do something for TEEG. “I
thought that TEEG itself definitely gives
back to the community.”
In November 2007, Dean rounded up
friends, family and fellow Scouts to begin
the construction of the facility.
“My brother, my dad, my grandmother,
my mom [and] Boy Scouts from my troop”
all helped, he said.
Dean also received assistance from the
community through donations from local Courtesy photo
businesses that were glad to help with Left: Jenny Fountain from TEEG presented Robert S. Dean III with a plaque in honor of his hard work in achieving the rank of Eagle Scout.
such a worthy project. Right: Robert S. Dean III (center, holding plaque) and some of his helpers stand in front of the finished storage shed he built for TEEG as part of his Eagle Scout
“That was definitely a big part of it,” he requirements.
said of the donations.
Chace Building Supply donated $150 Thompson, also donated materials for the I could’ve done it without him [Kruzel].” College in Dudley, Mass., the best of luck
worth of materials to the project, accord- project. Troop 30 Scoutmaster Dave Larson said in his future endeavors, whatever they
ing to Dean, who said that the contribu- The project began at his home, where that he was surprised that Dean made it may be.
tion took care of a huge chunk of the he said his helpers built the frame before this far, having come from a background “I wish him lots of luck in the future,”
project. it was transported to its permanent home that did not include Cub Scouts when he he said.
“That pretty much gave us all the lum- on the TEEG property. joined Troop 30 in 2000. With the urging of Dean is one of five Scouts to rank Eagle
ber we needed,” he said. “I felt like I had accomplished some- Larson and others, Dean continued to from Troop 30 in the past 14 years, accord-
Buy-Rite Lumber in Danielson donated thing that will definitely make a differ- climb in the ranks and completed every- ing to Larson. Two years ago, Kruzel
the nails used for the project; Grossman’s ence in the community,” Dean said of the thing necessary to become an Eagle became an Eagle Scout, and this year,
Bargain Outlet in Dudley, Mass., donated project. Scout, according to Larson. along with Dean, Tim Larson and John
plywood. Moore’s Lumber in Dean credits his friend Tyler Kruzel, The honor is well deserved, said Mahon have also achieved the honor.
Massachusetts; Windham County Sheet Scout leaders and fellow Scouts with help- Larson.
Metal in Quinebaug; D&R Tire and ing him to achieve the Eagle Scout rank. “He’s an excellent kid,” he said of Dean. Chenoa Pierce may be reached at (860)
Masonry and Jim’s Village Hardware in “I definitely attribute a lot of that to my “He deserves to be an Eagle, and he’s 928-1818, ext. 112, or by e-mail at
North Grosvenordale; Loadrunners and leaders and Boy Scouts,” and especially worked hard for it.” firstname.lastname@example.org.
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12 • Friday, November 28, 2008 WOODSTOCK VILLAGER
Local students honored during athletic assembly
POMFRET — Three local stu- awards.
dents were honored during Sophomore Jaclyn N. Tules, of
Pomfret School’s Fall Athletic Plainfield, received the Marnie K.
Award Ceremony Nov. 17. Keator Girls’ Cross Country
Senior Molly Murphy, of Award given to the runner who
Woodstock, received the Elizabeth “showed the most dedication,
Joy Dommers Soccer Award, desire and love of the sport.” This
given to the player “who shows is the second time she has
outstanding sportsmanship, atti- received this award. As a fresh-
tude and effort, and encourages man, she earned All-New
team spirit and unity She was England status.
co-captain of the team. The school gathers together at
Sophomore David R. St. the end of each term to celebrate
Lawrence, of Thompson, received individual and team athletic
the Brendon P. Giblin and achievements. This fall, Pomfret
Nicholas D. Mettler Captains offered 13 sports: varsity and jun-
Award, presented to “the individ- ior varsity football; varsity and
ual recognized by the current cap- junior varsity field hockey; varsi-
tains as the player that possesses ,
ty junior varsity and thirds boys’
not only the skills, dedication and soccer; varsity and junior varsity
drive but also the greatest ability girls’ soccer; varsity and junior
to lead the program into the varsity volleyball; and boys’ and
From left: Molly Murphy (soccer), Molly Downey (field hockey), Devon Lafreniere (volleyball), Kent Lorenz (cross country), Dave St. future.” Established in 2006, this .
girls’ cross country More than 400
Lawrence (soccer), Jacyln Tules (cross country), Gordon Nicholson (soccer), James Whalen (football) and Ted Okamoto (football). is one of Pomfret’s newest people attended the event.
Girls’ volleyball ends Turkey Trot raises funds for TEEG
with 7-11 record
BY BENJAMIN R. KIPP and practice.
VILLAGER SPORTS CORRESPONDENT
“Veronica started for me as a set-
WOODSTOCK — Woodstock ter last year. This year she just ele-
Academy girls’ volleyball head vated the level of her game along
coach Adam Bottone had his sights with her dedication by working hard
set a little higher than the 7-11 every day at practice and every day
record the Lady Centaurs ended up at games,” said Bottone.
with this year. Bottone expected at Because of her maturity as a vol-
least a .500 record and a trip into the leyball player, she was able to take a
state class large playoffs; however, it bad pass, and instead of forcing a
just didn’t happen. ,
play she would regroup to give a
“It was a little bit of a disappoint- teammate a better chance at making
ment. I expected to be at least .500,” the play. Bottone also considered
said Bottone. “But we did have some Norman to be the team’s best server.
key injuries.” Senior Keri Hustus was by far the
What didn’t help the Lady team’s “spark plug” on the floor. Her
Centaurs was the fact that two leadership abilities on the floor were Courtesy photos
second to none on the team. She was Austin Dean, of Pomfret, rounds the
starters went down with injuries at Shai-Lin Gothreau, of Woodstock, and the winner of the ages 12 and under female catego-
one of the girls that eventually got corner on his way to the finish line.
inopportune times toward the end of ry, holds up her Turkey Trot T-shirt.
the season, when Bottone was hop- hurt toward the end of the season.
ing to be playing their best volley- Sophomore Cori Bailey was
ball. But Bottone was happy and another girl that Bottone needed to THOMPSON — The first annual Thompson Turkey Trot 5K and
encouraged with the fact that his get a lot out of and did this year. She Turkey Wobble 2.5K, sponsored by the Thompson Trails Committee
replacements came in and didn’t played a little bit of varsity last year. and Thompson Recreation, was a great success. It took place Sunday ,
miss a beat. “She was our defensive specialist, Nov. 16, at West Thompson Lake.
“We lost two starters. One broke and she came into her own toward Thirty-six wobblers (walkers) and 48 trotters (runners) of all ages
her leg, and the other one fractured the end of the season,” said Bottone. from all area communities participated. Families also benefited from
her leg,” said Bottone. “After the two Bailey’s job was to pass and pass ,
this event because participants could give a turkey gift card or dona-
injuries, the girls really stepped up and pass, which was her primary tion to TEEG’s food bank in lieu of the registration fee. Total donations
and kind of rallied around the girls job, which she excelled at. came to $215, which will be used to support Thanksgiving and
that got hurt.” Two highlights stuck out in Christmas food baskets.
Even with all the girls playing, Bottone’s mind this past season. This event was also supported by New Alliance Foundation.
before the injuries, Bottone was dis- Early in the season, the Centaurs The race winners are as follows:
appointed and frustrated that the ,
took on Coventry who was the three-
• Ages 18-49 and first male — Zackary Eckard, Canterbury in 19:38.
Lady Centaurs couldn’t put a com- time defending state Class S champi-
on. During their match, the
• Ages 18-49 and first female — Bekkie Wright, East Hartford, in 23:32.
plete game together. One game they
Centaurs kept the first game close, • Ages 12 and under male — Austin Dean, Pomfret, in 26:10.
would be able to spike the ball well;
lost the second by five points and • Ages 12 and under female — Shai-Lin Gothreau, Woodstock, in 27:49.
on a different occasion, they would
set well, one game play defense well, then in their third game ended up • Ages 13-17 male — Chris Spiker, Brooklyn, in 19:38.
or pass or serve really well. winning, doing something that only • Ages 13-17 female — Ruth Larson, Woodstock, in 30:15.
“We could never put everything one other team was able to do. • Ages 50-plus male — Geoff Matter, Providence, R.I., in 21:02.
together all at once,” said Bottone. “At the time we were only the sec- • Ages 50-plus female — Gail Provost, Putnam, in 23:56.
“We could pass and serve really well ond team to take a single game from Race organizers were Mike Lajuenesse and Scott Deslongchamps, both
A group of walkers set out on the 2.5K
on one day and we couldn’t get a kill;
, them,” said Bottone. “That really of Thompson.
Turkey Wobble route.
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ball, but we couldn’t serve too well. It with the best teams.”
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DAR honors students with Good Citizens awards Bradley Theatre presents
DAR to attend Clark University in the adult community.” This year, the members of the ‘Scrooge, The Musical’
continued from page A1 fall. She remains undecided Faculty members from each Sarah Williams Danielson
toward her major. participating school choose the Chapter awarded each student a PUTNAM — What would the holidays be
Paige Purdon, of Putnam, is a senior for the award, who savings bond. without A Christmas Carol? The Theatre of
in attendance who were being student at Putnam High School demonstrated the qualities of a “They are all very deserving,” Northeastern Connecticut at the Bradley
recognized. and said she plans on going to good citizen necessary to said Mary Ellen Tomeo, DAR Playhouse proudly presents Scrooge, The
The Good Citizens program Bentley College to major in achieve it. regent of the Palmer Musical — the ideal Christmas treat. This
and scholarship contest is international business. Selected students must display Homestead. “There is only one spectacular extravaganza brings to life the
intended to encourage and Jay Rosenthal, of Armonk, four qualities in order to receive per school. It’s optional to heartwarming story based on Charles
reward the qualities of good cit- N.Y., is a student at The the recognition. They must be apply.” Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.
izenship. It is open to all senior Learning Clinic in Brooklyn dependable, meaning they are The students are now eligible, Performances are Dec. 5, 6, 12, 13, 19 and 20
class students enrolled in who plans on attending the truthful, loyal and punctual. The if they wish, to enter in the at 8 p.m. and Dec. 7, 14 and 21 at 2 p.m. Tickets
accredited public or private sec- University of Florida or Adelphi students must show service, scholarship contest at the state are $17 for adults and $14 for seniors/students.
ondary schools who are in good University in the fall. He wants such as cooperation, courtesy level. Each state winner receives This musical adaptation of Dickens’ time-
standing with their state boards to major in psychology and and consideration for others. an award in the amount of at less tale of love and family transports audi-
of education. forensics. They must also show leadership, least $250 and a special state ences to England for Christmas Eve visits by
The chosen students are Genna Petre, of Thompson, is such as in their personality, self- DAR Good Citizens pin and cer- the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and
Ethan John Williams, of a student at Tourtellotte control and ability to assume tificate. Future who transform the miserly heartless
Pomfret Center, who is a student Memorial High School and said responsibility. Finally, the stu- At the national level, the win- Scrooge.
at Ellis Tech. He plans to go to she plans on attending the dents must also reflect patriot- ner will be invited to The book, music and lyrics are by award-
either the University of Massachusetts Maritime ism to an outstanding degree, Washington, D.C., to attend the winning playwright and lyricist Leslie
Connecticut or the Universal Academy in the fall and student meaning having an unselfish DAR Continent Congress and Bricusse, whose stage work includes Stop the
Technical Institute in Norwood, environmental science. interest in family, school, com- will be awarded a $3,000 scholar- World — I Want to Get Off, The Roar of the
Mass., to become a diesel techni- Collin Billings, of Pomfret munity and the nation. ship, an inscribed silver bowl Greasepaint — The Smell of the Crowd, Jekyll
cian. Center, is a student at Woodstock Each Good Citizen award and certificate. The national sec- and Hyde and Victor/Victoria.
Melissa Wallace, of Academy. He plans to attend the recipient received a DAR Good ond-place winner will receive a The TNECT production of Scrooge, The
Weymouth, Mass., is a student at University of Richmond (Va.), to Citizen pin, certificate and wal- $1,000 scholarship and certifi- Musical is directed by Scott Guerin, assisted
Hyde School. She said she plans major in leadership studies. let recognition card. On the pin, cate, and the third-place winner .
by Keith Murphy Diane Pollard is the music
on attending Belmont Billings said he plans on enlist- there are 13 stars (representing will receive a $750 scholarship and vocal director, while Chris Guerin, owner
University to major in music ing after that. the 13 colonies) circling a blue and certificate. of Danceworks in Plainfield, serves as chore-
business. “I feel honored,” said Billings. enamel, laurel wreath and torch For more information, visit ographer. This large, enthusiastic ensemble
Kelli Lyn Lefler, of North “It’s a great recognition. I’m over the four aforementioned www.dar.org or call (202) 628- cast is headed by Real Carpentier as Scrooge.
Grosvenordale, goes to Killingly glad this is recognized by the qualities of the good citizen. 1776. Jon Carpentier plays nephew Harry and
High School and said she plans young Scrooge, Chris Bell is Jacob Marley ,
and Mr. and Mrs. Cratchit are James
Archambault and Beth Silvia, with Jordan
Christmas Decorations Renaud appearing as Tiny Tim. Keri McNiff
is the Ghost of Christmas Past, Walter Wright
appears as the Ghost of Christmas Present
Floral creations as individual as you! and the Ghost of Christmas Future is played
by Patrick Pollard.
? Wreaths ? Roping Theater-goers are invited to share the
? Centerpieces warmth with those less fortunate by hanging
mittens, gloves, hats and scarves on the
? Plant Baskets .
Mitten Tree in the Bradley theater lobby They
will be donated to the Putnam Family
?Hundreds of great gift ideas Resource Center.
The Bradley Playhouse is located at 30
The Sunshine Shop, Inc Front St. (Route 44) in Putnam. Tickets are
available at Wonderland Books, 120 Main St.,
925 Maple Street, Dayville, CT and Victoria Station Café, 91 Main St., both in
Putnam. Reservations may be made with a
Call 774-1662 major credit card online at www.bradleyplay-
All Major Credit house.org, or by calling (860) 928-7887. Tickets
may also be available at the door. All seating is
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Solar panels informational session is Dec. 4
SOLAR made by press time. of the building, according to ect Dec. 1 and the Board of Finance be set up so residents can view the
continued from page A1 When initially discussed, DiIorio DiIorio. on Dec. 8. progress of the system, as well as
said the assumption was that 37 per- Overall, DiIorio said he would like A public informational meeting the electric output and anything else
cent of PCS’s energy would be gen- to inform residents — especially on the project, hosted by DiIorio and about the project they may want to
bers “loved it.” erated from the solar energy system those hearing about the project for a representative from the chosen know.
About six months ago, the and that it “would cost the town the first time — that the project will company, will be held at 7 p.m. Dec. 4 Overall, DiIorio said that this
Pomfret Solar Committee, consist- $700,000” to install, he said. This is have no effect on the mill rates at all. in the Pomfret Community School project is not only financially good
ing of DiIorio, Gary Brock, Kate no longer the case. Instead, DiIorio “We’ll get the system with no mill cafeteria. The public will then get to for the town, but that it is also great
Cerrone, John Deluca, Paul said, 42 percent of the school’s elec- increase because our savings … are vote on whether the project will get for the Pomfret environment.
Rollinson, David Hussong and Jim tricity will be generated by the solar just about [as much as our] interest the thumbs-up at a town meeting, “It’s a big win for the environ-
Rivers, was created to get public system, with an initial cost of payments for bonding the project,” scheduled for 7 p.m. Dec. 18 at PCS. ment, which, to me, is pretty cool,”
feedback on the project, talk to the $600,000. The project is warranted he said. Should the project get the go- he said.
other boards and commissions in for 25 years, according to DiIorio, In addition, he said, “… The proj- ahead, the installation of the solar To learn more about the
town, and research various solar who said that the system will pay for ect has no impact on the taxpayers, panels on the school will not begin SunPower 305 Solar Panels, visit
energy contractors to determine itself in 13 years. but has the environmental impact of until next year, according to DiIorio. http://www.sunpowercorp.com.
who might be the best fit for the The SunPower 305 Solar panels taking 10 million automobile miles “We anticipate the project to be
needs of the town. that would be installed as part of the off the road in terms of CO2 (carbon installed in [the] summer session Chenoa Pierce may be reached at
The Solar Committee put the proj- project will go on every south, south- dioxide) emissions,” he said. and complete when the students (860) 928-1818, ext. 112, or at
ect out to bid and received three east and southwest facing roof of Though the project is on the road return to school,” he said, adding firstname.lastname@example.org.
responses, according to DiIorio. Two the school. Both Sunlight Solar and to fruition, it still needs to receive that this way, the work will not inter-
of those companies — Sunlight Solar Wrights use these tiles. the stamp of approval from the fere with student activities.
Solar of Milford and Solar Wrights Basically, any part of the roof that Board of Selectmen, Board of Upon completion, a Web site will
of Stonington — made it to the can be seen from Route 101 will be Finance and,
finals, he said. The committee mem- covered, he said. most importantly,
bers planned to select the winning A total of 600 panels will be the voters. The
bidder at a meeting Nov. 24, but due installed on the PCS roof in a grid Board of
to a couple questions they had for pattern that will in no way change Selectmen will
the companies, a decision was not the layout or architectural structure vote on the proj-
POLICE LOG SAFETY, STABILITY, STRENGTH.
Editor’s Note: The information contained in these
police logs was obtained through either press releas-
Wednesday, Nov. 19 CHOOSE NEWALLIANCE BANK.
Lisa A. Isabella, 26, 24 Arrowhead Lane,
es or other public documents kept by each police Danielson. Charged with third-degree
department, and is considered to be the account of assault and disorderly conduct.
police. All subjects are considered innocent until
proven guilty in a court of law.
Thursday, Nov. 20
Cathy L. Chanthaboury, 22, 132 South Walnut
St., Wauregan. Charged with second-degree With the simple convenience of our Free Savings Account
Danielson failure to appear.
Saturday, Nov. 22
Free Savings Account, you also get
the safety, stability and strength of
Thursday, Nov. 20 Memucan M. Acceus, 23, 95A Cottage St.,
Danielson. Charged with driving under the NewAlliance Bank.
Matthew Stevens, 18, 41 South Main St.,
Jewett City Charged with violation of a pro-
. influence and operating under suspension.
tective order. Call 800-892-2096 for details, or stop APY
on balances of $50 or more
Putnam by any NewAlliance branch to open
your account today.
Killingly Thursday, Nov. 20
Tuesday, Nov. 18 Augustim Blanchette, 56, 295 Knibb Road,
Gary W. Hall, 45, 236 Paradise Drive, Pascoag, R.I. Charged with sixth-degree lar-
Brooklyn. Charged with disorderly conduct ceny.
and criminal violation of a protective order.
DAZZLE LIGHT PARADE
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for a night of fun and bright lights.
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dancing and skipping along by our float. 30 Ton Capacity
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16 • Friday, November 28, 2008 WOODSTOCK VILLAGER
Passion 4 Paws seeking donations Are you a senior citizen living in
Pomfret or Woodstock?
Come join Passion 4 Paws for a night of fun and
bright lights at the seventh annual Northeastern Would you like help with food, Medicare
Connecticut Holiday Dazzle Light Parade Sunday , forms or fuel assistance? We are here to
Nov. 30, in downtown Putnam. help!
Passion 4 Paws’ high school cool cats will be TEEG is committed to helping residents of
dancing and skipping along by the organization’s Pomfret and Woodstock who are 60 years and
float. Please consider giving them $1 or one can of older lead active, involved, healthy, and inde-
cat food. Look for the Tidy Cat and Scoop Away pendent lives in their own communities.
collection buckets and help support Passion 4 To find out more, call 923-3458
Paws’ efforts to help animals. Proceeds will be www.teegonline.org.
used for veterinarian expenses. This program is sponsored in part by AAA
The parade begins at 5 p.m. at the Grove Street
with Title III funds.
monument and ending at the Owen Tarr Sports
Complex at the corner of Providence and School
streets in Putnam.
Friday Night Strolls
Every Friday Night 5pm-9pm
Friday, November 28th thru Christmas
NEEDLE IN A HAYSTACK:
Bring back the joy to your Holiday Shopping!
WHEN YOU LOOK LOCALLY.
Remember the Holiday Season of yesteryear?
The excitement, joy, and Christmas cheer?
Experience it all again!
Stroll Candle-lit Sidewalks Listen to Holiday Music
Gaze at Festive Window Displays Enjoy Christmas Carolers
Personalized Shopping Gift Wrapping
Experience Old Fashioned Warmth & Hospitality !
Over 40 Restaurants, Boutiques & Shops!
Bella’s Gourmet Market Vintage to Vogue Inside Out Wellness
Victoria Station Cafe Jeremiah’s Antiques Elan Salon & Spa
85 Main Restaurant The Cosmic Cat LaDonna’s Hair Salon
Jessica Tuesday’s Deli Silver Circle Studio Clippers Hair Salon
The Courthouse Bar & Provenance Gift Shop Abigail’s Jewelry Box
Grille The Arc Emporium & Gifts Artistic Sole Dancewear
Pyzze Brick Oven Pizza Woolworks Yarn Shoppe Hearth & Home
Arts & Framing Wellington Curtain & Gifts Bradley Playhouse
Gallery by the Falls Antiques Marketplace Putnam Bank
The Wellness Boutique The Farmer’s Co-op Citizens Bank
Wonderland Books The Cosmic Cat & Much More!
“Discover Putnam...We have it all!”
VILLAGER NEWSPAPERS ☎ TOWN-TO-TOWN CLASSIFIEDS ☎ Friday, November 28, 2008 B1
PUTNAM VILLAGER The
KILLINGLY VILLAGER Real Estate 1-3 • Obituaries 3-4 • Calendar 5-7 • Help Wanted 8-12 • Auto 12-14 Section
The Hot Spot ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT
Local area full of entertainment this weekend
FRIDAY, NOV. 28
• Bill McCarthy & His
Guitar — The Galway Bay ,
186 Stafford St., Worcester,
• Mulligan’s Stew — 9 p.m.,
Fiddler’s Green, Worcester,
• Sean Ryan — 6 p.m.,
Greendale’s Pub, Worcester,
• Panache — 9 p.m.,
Sakura Tokyo, Worcester,
• The Mike Crandall Band Max Creek Chillum
— 9 p.m., Gilrein’s,
Boys, Fiesta Brava, Jediah, Otherwise, Old School — 8 Mass. • Panache — 9 p.m., • Bill McCarthy & His
• Chillum, Army of None,
The Eleventh Hour — 9 p.m., p.m., Mill Street Brews, • Dean Bagley — 8 to 11 Sakura Tokyo, Worcester, Guitar — 9:30 p.m., TJ
Elvira Gultch, The Tone
Cannery Hall, 12 Crane St., Southbridge, Mass. p.m., Juniors Pizza & Grille, Mass. O’Brien’s, Sturbridge, Mass.
Deffs — 8 p.m., Lucky Dog,
Southbridge, Mass., 21-plus, • Sharp Harp Jr. & The Shrewsbury Street, • Nightwork — 9 p.m., • Dana Lewis — 8 p.m., The
$5/18-plus, $10. Blades — 9 p.m., The Pump Worcester, Mass. Gilrein’s, Worcester, Mass. Whistle Stop, Oxford, Mass.
• The Hitmen —
• Irish Session with The House, Southbridge, Mass. • Old School — 9 p.m., • Crosseyed Cat — 9 p.m., • Deb Davis Jazz — 8 p.m.,
Tennessee’s Bar and Grill,
Pikeys: Rose and Fred • RAM — 9 p.m., Altones, Greendale’s Pub, Worcester, The Pump House, The Vanilla Bean Café,
210 E. Main St., Milford,
Higgins, Patrick Fyfe and ,
Jewett City Conn. Mass. Southbridge, Mass. Pomfret, Conn., $15.
Friends — 9 p.m., Dark • Touch 2 Much with Stone • Max Creek, Zach Deputy , • Circadian Rhythm and The
• Cosby Sweaters — 9:30 SATURDAY, NOV. 29
Horse Tavern, 12 Crane St., Leaf, Before the Fall, Deep Domino Theory — 8 p.m., Doors of Deception — 9 p.m.,
p.m., TJ O’Brien’s,
Southbridge, Mass. ,
• Jim Perry Spruce Street Six — 8 p.m., Lucky Dog, Mill Street Brews,
• U-Melt, Traveling Suns, Tavern — 8 p.m., Clinton, Worcester, Mass. Southbridge, Mass. Turn To NSQC, page B2
• The Westies, The Ducky
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NEWS BRIEF At the November 20, 2008 Regular Meeting,
the Planning & Zoning Commission
approved the following: #SP580-08-10
your pantry shelf. food of questionable nutrition and origin, and
10 green things for food value 3. Check the contents of value-added prod- it eliminates more packaging that needs recy-
Charles T. Heckler, III, Smith Road (Map
5785, Block 46, Lot 3) – activity in a scenic
ucts for locally grown sources. The cost of cling. road. Chair Gail Dickinson.
Finally, the price of gas has decreased. jams and preserves made with fruits produced 8. Make more and freeze. This is very help-
Unfortunately food costs have not. According
, November 28, 2008
in The Last Green Valley do not include high- ful on a hectic day so you don’t have to resort
to the economists for USDA, overall retail food er transportation and processing costs. to processed convenience food. Just remember
prices from 2008 to 2010 are expected to rise .
4. Eating locally means eating seasonally If to be green and freeze in reusable containers.
faster than the general inflation rate. So what socially responsible initiatives that protect the
you and your family begin to tire of seasonal 9. Split large quantities with a friend. You
is a green consumer to do? Here are 10 things environment and foster stewardship of the
produce, look for some new recipes or season- get the benefit of the cost savings on a large
you can do to get the most value from your land and is headquartered in The Last Green
ings to shake things up. For example, add quantity but for only the amount you really
food dollar while being friendly to the environ- Valley.
cranberries to apples when making a sauce. need. It also saves on packaging that needs to
ment and agriculture.
1. Buy locally grown foods. These products
5. Ask local grocers, bakers and restaurants
if they purchase locally grown foods. The
10. Start a pantry — a special storage area
Winter boot drive seeks donations
are of higher quality because they get to the greater the demand from professional as well for large quantities of food with long shelf life.
consumer as quickly as possible. Eight-five KILLINGLY — The Santa Anonymous
as home consumers, the more we will ensure That way you can take advantage of sales on Winter Boot Project, in its seventh year, is col-
percent of all food consumed in New England an increased availability of local products in canned goods and buy them by the case for
is trucked in from other locations in the lecting donations of boots to give to children
the future. optimal savings. Remember to recycle those in the local area.
United States; 50 percent comes from foreign 6. Ask your local dairy farmers where they cans.
countries. So buying local circumvents trans- Last year, 638 children received boots
sell their milk. Then purchase brands that The “10 Things List” is provided as part of through the program. To donate, call TVCCA’s
portation costs and shelf life issues. support local farms. Not only do you get high The Last Green Valley’s efforts to preserve the
2. Purchase staples like flour, rice, dried RSVP (Retired & Senior Volunteer Program)
quality and fresh dairy products, but you also significant natural and historical resources of at 774-9286 to receive the name of a referred
fruits, nuts and other foods from bulk contain- preserve the beautiful rural vistas in our com- the National Heritage Corridor designated by
ers where the consumer measures out the child who is need of warm winter boots. After
munities by keeping the farms in business. Congress. The 10 Things List is proudly spon- purchasing boots, wrap and deliver them to
quantity This cuts down on your food bill 7. Cook from scratch. It really doesn’t take sored by United Natural Foods Inc., the
because you only buy what you need, and it the Killingly Community Center. The boots
that much time if the ingredients are in the nation’s largest distributor of natural and will be delivered to children from Santa
also keep commodities from going stale on house. This is a great alternative to processed organic food. UNFI uses its position to support Anonymous in time for the holidays.
OBITUARIES are published at no charge.
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pers.com, or fax them to (860) 928-5946.
Photos are welcome in JPEG format. OBITUARIES
Arthur D. Cloutier, 80 Dr. Moses Margolick, 98
DAYVILLE — Arthur D. the Killingly Intermediate SARASOTA, Fla./PUT- Hospital. During World War II,
Cloutier, 80, of Upper Maple School. He retired in 1992. NAM — Dr. Moses he served in a surgical unit of
Street, Dayville, died unex- Mr. Cloutier drove for the Margolick, 98, died Nov. 20 the Army Medical Corps in
pectedly Friday Nov. 21, at Killingly Brooklyn Ambulance in Sarasota, Fla. England, France and Germany .
Day Kimball Hospital in for many years. He was a mem- He was the husband for Dr. Margolick was active in
Putnam. ber of the Danielson Lodge of nearly 60 years of Gertrude, civic affairs, serving for many
He leaves a son, Mark Elks BPOE 1703 and the the father of Dr. Joseph (Dr. years on the Putnam Board of
Cloutier, of Dayville; a step- Danielson American Legion. .
Linda P Fried), David and Education. He will be remem-
son, Tyson Hewes, and his wife Cindy of His hobbies included NASCAR, caring for Daniel, and the grandfather of Jonathan and ,
bered as a man of great integrity scholar-
Pomfret Center; a daughter, Deborah his dogs Millie and Fred, and gardening. Alexander. ship, dedication, compassion, curiosity and
Cloutier of New Hampshire; and grandchil- ,
The funeral was held Wednesday Nov. 26, For 47 years, Dr. Margolick practiced medi- wit.
dren Sadie Hewes and Dean Mayo. at the Smith & Walker Funeral Home in cine and surgery in Putnam, where he also ,
The funeral was held Tuesday Nov. 25, at
The son of the late Arthur P and Esther
. Putnam. Burial was in South Cemetery in served as chief of staff at the Day Kimball the Smith & Walker Funeral Home in
Sirrine Cloutier, he was born Feb. 6, 1929, in Pomfret. Hospital, and was much beloved by genera- Putnam. Burial was private in Putnam
Putnam. Mr. Cloutier had a love for animals. In lieu tions of patients. Heights Cemetery .
Mr. Cloutier was a veteran of the Korean of flowers, please make donations in his Born and raised in Montreal, Dr. Donations in his memory may be made to
War, serving with the U.S. Army . .O.
memory to QVAWS, P Box 791, Dayville, CT Margolick graduated from McGill University the Dr. Moses Margolick Fund, c/o Day
For more than 50 years, Mr. Cloutier 06241 or to the Hospice of Northeastern and Medical School. He came to New York in .O.
Kimball Hospital, P Box 632, Putnam, CT
worked as an operating engineer and was an .O.
Connecticut, P Box 632, Putnam, CT 06260. 1935 and trained at the Brooklyn Jewish 06260.
active member of Operating Engineers ,
To share a memory with his family “light a
Union Local 478. He worked on routes 52, 384 candle” at www.smithandwalkerfh.com.
and 84, the Millstone Plant and RB Greene
Transportation. His last employment was
Ina M. Menard, 85
Francis John Biernacki, 77 PUTNAM — Ina M. and her sister Avis Faenza.
(FLAG and PHOTO) nephews, great-nieces and (Pettit) Menard, 85, formerly Born in 1923 in Philadelphia, Pa., she was
great-nephews. of Maynard Street, died the daughter of the late Carl and Ida
The son of Frank and Julia ,
Friday Nov. 21, in Durham. (Lundgren) Pacher.
DUDLEY, Mass. — Francis (Marszalkowski) Biernacki, he She was the loving wife of Mrs. Menard worked as an office manager
John Biernacki, 77, of 3 was born in Webster. He gradu- the late Gerard O. Menard. for Nestles Candy Company in Springfield,
Pineview Road, died ated from Bartlett High School, She leaves her stepdaugh- Mass. A championship bowler, she served as
Saturday, Nov. 22, in Class of 1950. ter, Jeanne Ruffin, and her president for the American Bowling League.
Hubbard Regional Hospital Mr. Biernacki served in the husband Sam of Warrenton, She was a member of the Putnam Senior
TCU in Webster after a long illness Air Force, achieving the rank of staff Va.; her sister, Jean Schiessl, of Enfield; two Citizens Club, the Putnam Travelers Club,
He leaves his wife of 51 years, Irene sergeant. For 35 years, he worked 35 years at grandchildren, Michelle Pignone and Pratt & Whitney Retirees Club and the VFW
(Ryzewicz) Biernacki; three children: one Pratt-Whitney Aircraft in East Hartford, Samuel Ruffin; two great-grandchildren; and Women’s Auxiliary .
daughter, Carol, and husband Michael Gale retiring as a quality revue inspector in 1991. several nieces and nephews. The funeral was from Gilman Funeral
of Webster, and two sons, Brian Biernacki An avid New York Yankees and Giants fan, She was predeceased by her stepson, Home in Putnam. Burial followed in St. Mary
and wife Lucille of Harrisville, R.I., and Mr. Biernacki enjoyed golfing and bowling. Robert Menard; her brother, Ernest Pettit; Cemetery in Putnam.
Robert Biernacki and wife Joyce of The funeral was held Tuesday Nov. 25, from
Thompson, Conn.; eight grandchildren, Bartel Funeral Home & Chapel with a Mass
Christopher Gale and wife Jillian of Nassau, at St. Andrew Bobola Church, both in Dudley .
N.Y., Melissa Gale of Webster, Andrew, Burial followed in St. Joseph Garden of
Thomas, Janina and Celina Biernacki of
Harrisville, R.I., and Lauren and Ryan
Peace Cemetery in Webster.
Memorial contributions may be made to
Isabelle F. Zurowski, 79
Biernacki of Thompson, Conn.; two broth- St. Andrew Bobola Renovation Fund 54, P .O.
ers, Raymond Biernacki and wife Nancy of ,
Box 98, Dudley MA 01571. BROOKLYN — Isabelle F. Zurowski, 79, of 1929, in Burrillville, R.I. She attended local
Wells, Maine, and Richard Biernacki and ,
South St., died Saturday Nov. 22, at Pierce schools.
wife Margaret of Pittsfield; and many nieces, Memorial Baptist Home in Brooklyn, sur- Upon completion of her education, Mrs.
rounded by her family . Zurowski worked in textiles. In 1947, she and
Jennie S. Owens, 88 She was the wife of John G. Zurowski Sr.,
who died Sept.19, 1988. They were married
her husband settled in the Killingly area,
where she worked in textiles and raised her
May 3, 1947, at St. James Church in .
family She retired from Danco as a machine
EASTFORD — Jennie S. Owens, 88, of .
1920, in New York City She had made her Danielson. operator in 1988.
Ashford Road, Eastford, died Saturday Nov. home in Eastford for the last 50 years. She leaves a son, Joseph Zurowski, and his Mrs. Zurowski was a communicant of St.
22, at Day Kimball Hospital in Putnam. Mrs. Owens was a professor at the wife Donna of Brooklyn; two daughters, James Church in Danielson.
She was the wife of John Roy Owens; they Connecticut State Teachers College (Eastern Kathy Zurowski of Danielson and Marilyn The funeral was from the Gagnon-Costello
were married in 1957. Connecticut State University) in Willimantic Zurowski of Woodstock; three sisters, Edith Funeral Home in Danielson, followed by a
In addition to her husband, she leaves a for 20 years. She also taught school in Simmons of Danielson, Beverly Lemieux of Mass of Christian Burial at St. James
stepson, Jack Owens of Harmony R.I.; a step- Pomfret and Phoenixville. Brooklyn and Marie Scovell of Jewett City; Church in Danielson. Burial was in Holy
daughter, Sandra Callender, of Seattle, The funeral will be held at 12 p.m. Saturday, several grandchildren and great-grandchil- Cross Cemetery in Danielson.
Wash.; a sister, Nadgy Verrillo, of Simsbury; Nov. 29, at the Smith & Walker Funeral dren; and many nieces and nephews. Donations in her memory may be made to
four grandchildren and two great-grandchil- Home, 148 Grove St., Putnam, with the Rev. She was predeceased by a son, John G. ,
the American Cancer Society 106 Route 32,
dren. William Shishko officiating. Burial will fol- Zurowski Jr.; a brother and five sisters. Franklin, CT 06254 or to Pierce Memorial
The daughter of Alexander and Emilia ,
low in Grove Street Cemetery Putnam. The daughter of the late Floyd and Violet Baptist Home, 44 Canterbury Road,
(Kazusrka) Shishko, she was born Jan. 17, (Denoyelle) Moran, she was born March 9, Brooklyn, CT 06234.
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OBITUARIES are published at no charge.
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Photos are welcome in JPEG format. OBITUARIES
Albert R. Munck Jr., 62 William Carlson, 65
THOMPSON — Munck and Jayne Scholl; and MILFORD, Mass. — William Carlson, 65, The son of the late Herbert G. Carlson, he
Albert R. Munck Jr., several other family members. died Friday, Nov. 14, at Westborough was born in Worcester and lived in Milford
62, of Thompson, died Mr. Munck served as an MP Healthcare Center. for 25 years.
unexpectedly at home for the U.S. Army in Korea He leaves his mother, Rosalyn L. (Oliver) Mr. Carlson worked at Consigli
Monday Nov. 17.
, from 1966 to 1968. He was an Carlson, of Pomfret, Conn.; two sons, Construction in Milford.
He leaves his wife of avid racecar enthusiast and William Carlson and Richard Carlson; a sis- ,
A graveside service was held Friday Nov.
40 years, Jeanne; his toy truck and car collector. ter, Brenda Joyce, and her husband John of 21, at Westridge Cemetery in Charlton.
son, Robert, and his He will be greatly missed. Webster; and five nephews and nieces. Funeral Home, of Oxford, directed the
girlfriend, Kim ,
The funeral was held Sunday Nov. 23, at He was predeceased by a brother, David arrangements.
Slagle; his daughter, Christ Episcopal Church in Pomfret. Smith & Carlson.
Heather, and her hus- Walker Funeral Home was in charge of
band, Louis Raddi; arrangements.
two grandsons, Ethan and Brandan Raddi;
his mother, Eleanor; two sisters, Linda Winifred K. Holewa, 83
David Sobol, 87 DUDLEY, Mass. — Winifred K. “Winnie”
(Markuski) Holewa, 83, of Dudley, died
when she married in 1945.
Mrs. Holewa was an inspector in the pack-
DAYVILLE — David Sobol, 87, passed away Mr. Sobol was a Holocaust survivor of the ,
Tuesday Nov. 18, in Saint Vincent Hospital, ing room at Bates Shoe Company in Webster
Wednesday Nov. 19, at Day Kimball Hospital.
, Auschwitz and Dachau concentration camps. Worcester. for many years before she retired.
He was the husband of Bela (Kocitza) After World War II, he was a finish cabinet- She leaves her husband of 63 years, Edwin She was a communicant of St. Andrew
Sobol, who predeceased him March 26, 1999. maker in the Boston area. Later in life, he E. Holewa; a daughter, Edwina E. Holewa, of Bobola Church and a weekly adorer at the
They were married June 26, 1955, in found a second career as an egg farmer in Dudley; a son, Joseph E. Holewa, and his wife Blessed Sacrament Chapel in Webster. She
Montreal, Canada. Northeastern Connecticut. Judy of Charlton; four grandchildren, also enjoyed attending the Monday night
He leaves two sons, Lawrence Sobol and He was a former member of Temple Beth ,
Michelle of Dudley William Borowski and novena to Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal
wife Virginia of Morristown, N.J., and Elliot Israel in Danielson and the New American ,
his wife Maria of Millbury and Laura and at St. Louis Church in Webster.
Sobol and wife Beth of Colts Neck, N.J.; and Society of Boston. Colleen Holewa of Dudley; two great-grand- Among her interests were British come-
his grandchildren, Daniel, Jacqueline, A graveside funeral service was held children, Gianna and Michael Borowski; two dies and classical rock music. She excelled at
Zachary Alexandra and Brooke Sobol.
Friday Nov. 21, at Sharon Memorial Park in step-grandchildren, Caitlin and Brian Kiley; cooking.
The son of the late Leib and Ethel (Hack) Sharon, Mass. The church and Allen Funeral a sister, Sophie Desmarais, of Fabyan, Conn.; ,
The funeral was held Saturday Nov. 22,
Sobol, he was born March 25, 1921, in Home, of Norwich, were entrusted with nieces and nephews. from Scanlon Funeral Service in Webster,
Ciechanow, Poland. arrangements. She was preceded in death by her brothers, with a Mass at St. Andrew Bobola Church.
Peter Markoska, Victor Markuski and Burial was in St. Joseph Garden of Peace in
Chester Niecielski. Webster.
Lois Shea, 88 The daughter of Anthony and Katherine
(Niecielski) Markuski, she was born and
Donations in her memory may be made to
either Food for the Poor, 6401 Lyons Road,
raised in Fabyan, Conn. She attended Coconut Creek, FL 33073, or to St. Andrew
WEBSTER, Mass. — Lois (Carpenter) State Teachers College and was a teacher in Tourtellotte Memorial High School in North Bobola Church, 54 West Main St., PO Box 98,
Shea, 88, formerly of Shrewsbury, died the Shrewsbury schools for 25 years. She was Grosvenordale, Conn., and moved to Dudley ,
Dudley MA 0l571-0098.
Tuesday Nov. 18, at St. Vincent Hospital in a member of the First Congregational
Worcester. Church of Shrewsbury and its Fellowship,
Her husband of 42 years, John Monroe the Naomi Circle, Prime Timers, NEA, MTA
Shea, died in 1986.
She leaves a son, Scott Carter Shea, of
Retired, AARP, NRTA Division and the
Shrewsbury Garden Club. She was a life
William A. Pechie, 46
Thompson, Conn.; a grandson; four grand- member of the National Society of Old
daughters; two great-grandsons; a great- Plymouth Colony Descendants and the PUTNAM — 1962, in Putnam.
granddaughter; and a sister, Millicent Huguenot Society of Oxford. William A. “Bill” Mr. Pechie was a CDL licensed truck driver
Wettstein, of Shelburne, Vt. Private graveside services were held at Pechie, 46, of Liberty and had been driving for National Freight
She was predeceased by her daughter, Grove Street Cemetery in Putnam, Conn., at Highway, Putnam, Inc. (NFI) at Lowe’s in Plainfield. He had also
Lorea Shea Brinck, and a grandson. .
the convenience of the family Nordgren ,
died Wednesday Nov. worked for other trucking companies. For
The daughter of the late Clovis and Memorial Chapel, of Worcester, directed 19, at Day Kimball many years, he was a security officer at the
Mildred (Carver) Carpenter, she was born in arrangements. Hospital. Woodstock Fair, working in dispatch. A lieu-
Worcester. In lieu of flowers, a donation may be made He was the beloved tenant with the Attawaugan Volunteer Fire
Mrs. Shea graduated from Bridgewater to a charity of the donor’s choice. husband of Mary E. Department and an EMT, he was a former
(Judd) Pechie; they member of the Williamsville and East
were married Nov. 9, 1996, in St. Joseph Putnam fire departments.
Virginia L. Wysocki Lichatz, 75 Church in Dayville.
In addition to his wife, he leaves his chil-
Mr. Pechie was a communicant of St.
Joseph Church in Dayville. His hobbies
dren, Danielle Pechie of Putnam, and Noelle included making maple syrup, coaching
DUDLEY, Mass. — Virginia L. (Gibbs) 1975 to 1990. Pechie, Miranda Pechie and Michaela youth soccer and spending time with his chil-
Wysocki Lichatz, 75, of Dudley, died An active member of the First Pechie, all at home, his mother, Joanna dren.
Wednesday Nov. 19, after an illness. ,
Congregational Church of Dudley she was a Pechie, and her partner, Roger Daigle, of A Mass of Christian Burial was held
Her husband, Fredric J. Lichatz, died in member and current president of its Ladies Pomfret; a brother, Kevin Pechie, and his ,
Monday Nov. 24, at St. Joseph Church in
Benevolent Society She was a member of the partner, Marian Baron, of Plainfield; a sister, Dayville. Burial was in St. Mary Cemetery in
She leaves three daughters, Janice L. Dudley Grange No. 163, where she served as Brenda Voorhees, and her husband Chris of Putnam. Smith & Walker Funeral Home, of
McGuirk and her husband James of lecturer for many years. She also enjoyed Danielson; two aunts, Prudence Putnam, handled arrangements.
Worcester, Robin A. Laferriere, and Donna C. being an usher at the church. Marchessault of Danielson and Charlotte Donations may be made in his memory to
Christian and her husband Mark, all of Mrs. Lichatz looked forward to her fre- Trahan of Woodstock; two grandchildren, the Attawaugan Fire Department, c/o Chief
Dudley; a brother, Martin L. Nieski, of quent trips to Nantucket. Cheyenne and Phoenix; his nephews, Jared, Brian Pepin, 20 Country Club Road, Dayville,
Woodstock, Conn.; nine grandchildren; and a A memorial service was held Saturday , Jamie, Eric and Kevin Jr.; and much extend- CT 06241.
special nephew, Jay Lowell, and his wife Nov. 22, in the First Congregational Church. ed family . ,
To share a memory with his family “light a
Nancy and their two children. Burial will be private at the convenience of The son of Joanna F. (Charron) Pechie and candle” at www.smithandwalkerfh.com.
She was preceded in death by her brother, .
the family Arrangements were under the the late George F. Pechie, he was born Oct. 20,
Paul Nieszcewski, and her sister, Helen direction of the Sitkowski & Malboeuf
Lowell. Funeral Home of Webster.
Mrs. Lichatz was born in Springfield and Donations may be made to either the
lived in Dudley most of her life. She graduat-
ed from Bartlett High School in 1951.
Ladies Benevolent Society,
Congregational Church, 135 Center Road,
Pierre J. Despatie, 62
Mrs. Lichatz was a postal clerk at the ,
Dudley MA 01571; the New England Organ
Nichols College Post Office and was still Bank, 1 Gateway Center, Suite 202, Newton, BROOKLYN — Pierre J. Despatie, 62, of then managed the Squash Inn in Moosup. He
working until recently Previously she owned MA 02458; or to UMass/Memorial Hospice, ,
Sunset Drive, died at home Thursday Nov. 20, also was a bartender at the American Legion
and operated E-Z Auto Driving School from 640 Lincoln St., Worcester, MA 0l605. surrounded by his family . in Danielson. He then owned his own store in
He was the husband of Catherine (Jeffs) .
Wauregan, Pierre’s Variety His final employ-
Despatie; they were married Dec. 20, 1986, at ment was as a bartender at the Wauregan
Lucien L. Bourque, 84 the Danielson United Methodist Church.
In addition to his wife, he leaves a daugh-
Mr. Despatie enjoyed gardening and land-
NORTH GROSVENORDALE — Lucien L. (Boucher) Bourque, he was ter, Geselle Despatie, of Brooklyn; two sis- scaping. He was a life member and past post
Bourque, 84, of Valley Road, born in 1924 in Thompson. ters, Irene Maheu and Pierrette McCartney , commander of the American Legion Post 21
formerly of Riverside Drive, Mr. Bourque worked as a both of Danielson; and many nieces and in Danielson, past 4th District Commander of
died Sunday Nov. 23, at home. machinist for Power nephews. the American Legion, Boys State Councilor
He was the loving husband Equipment Products and for He was predeceased by two brothers, Paul of the American Legion, a life member of the
of the late Rose (Kruzel) the Maintenance Department and Clement Despatie. Wauregan VFW, past commander of the
Bourque for 58 years. at Borden Confectionary. A Born in Putnam on April 24, 1946, he was AmVets, a member of the Forty and Eight of
He leaves a sister, Rose World War II Army veteran, he was awarded the son of the late Wilfred and Geraldine the American Legion, and a member of the
Bourque, of Florida; a broth- the Purple Heart for his service to his coun- (Lacroix) Despatie. He attended St. James West Wauregan Fire Department. He was a
er, Alfred Bourque, and his .
try He was a member of the American School in Danielson. communicant of Our Lady of LaSalette
wife Evelyn of Putnam; three sisters-in-laws, Legion Oscar Swanson Post for 61 years and Upon completion of his education, Mr. Church in Brooklyn.
Josephine Duquette and her husband a life member of the Valley Springs Despatie worked at Pervel’s in Plainfield as a The funeral was from the Gagnon-Costello
Arthur, and Jeanne Kruzel and Barbara Sportsmen’s Club. pump-tender. He entered the U.S. Army in Funeral Home in Danielson, followed by pre-
Bourque, all of North Grosvenordale; a Mr. Bourque loved to fly fish and was very April 1967 and served during the Vietnam sentation of military honors. Burial was in
nephew, Ronald Duquette, and his wife Susan clever at building and creating things in his War until April 1969, having achieved the ,
Holy Cross Cemetery Danielson.
of North Grosvenordale; a great-nephew, workshop. rank of SP5. He was decorated with the In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory
Kevin and his wife, Misty of North A Mass of Christian Burial was held Marksman Badge and the National Defense may be made to the American Diabetes
Grosvenordale; and many nieces and ,
Tuesday Nov. 25, at St. Joseph Church in Service Medal. Association, 306 Industrial Park Road, Suite
nephews. North Grosvenordale. Burial with military Upon his honorable discharge, Mr. 105, Middletown, CT 06457.
He was the brother of the late Eugene honors followed in St. Joseph Cemetery . Despatie returned for a time to Pervel’s. He
Bourque. Valade Funeral Home, of North
The son of the late Omer and Fabiola Grosvenordale, handled arrangements.
Nancy M. Tycz, 68 Leonard Carlson Jr., 55
TAMPA, Fla. — Leonard Carlson Jr., 55, He was predeceased by a brother, Frank
THOMPSON — Nancy M. (Motyka) Tycz, and nephews. ,
died Thursday Nov. 20, in Tampa of natural Carlson, in 1980.
68, died Friday, Nov. 21, at Day Kimball She was preceded in death by her son, causes. He was born in Ware, Mass., to Leonard
Hospital, Putnam, after being stricken ill. James B. Tycz. He leaves three brothers, Ernest Carlson of Carlson Sr. and Nancy Carlson (Holbrook).
She leaves her husband of 46 years, A memorial Mass will be held at 10 a.m. North Grosvenordale, Conn., Rodney Mr. Carlson was a man of many skills and
Bernard R. Tycz; two sons, John Tycz of ,
Saturday Dec. 6, at St. Joseph Basilica, 53 Carlson of North Brookfield, Mass., and was self-employed. He was an avid New
Thompson and Paul B. Tycz and his wife Whitcomb St., in Webster, Mass. Calling Richard Carlson of Marble, N.C.; two sisters, England sports fan.
Courtney of Charlton, Mass.; a grandson, ,
hours were Monday Nov. 24. The Sitkowski & Bonnie Benoit of Fabian, Conn., and Beverly There will not be any calling hours. A
Brayden; two sisters, Florence Motyka and Malboeuf Funeral Home, of Webster, Mass, Graham of St. Petersburg, Fla.; and many memorial service will be scheduled at a later
Joan LaFlamme, both of Webster, Mass.; a is handling arrangements. nieces and nephews and extended family . date at the family’s convenience.
brother, Frank Motyka of Tewksbury; nieces
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CHURCH DIRECTORY RELIGION
EASTFORD Weekend schedule summer: Saturday
4 p.m., Sunday 8 a.m.
St. Stephen Church
Are we slipping into another dark age?
8 Church Road
(860) 974-0294 Junction of Routes 131 and 197
Pastor Mike Moran 130 Old Turnpike Road
Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. .O.
P Box 222
Service: 10 a.m. Sunday Quinebaug, CT 06262
Prayer: 7 p.m. Tuesday 935-5205
Masses: 5:30 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m. lthough it was a nonfiction power that could make them godly .
Sunday; 8 a.m. Thursday through movie I watched more than 30 Stay away from people like that!” (II
Eastford Baptist Church
133 Union Road Saturday
Holy Day as announced
years ago, one scene is still BEYOND Timothy 3:1-5 NLT).
974-1414 fresh in my mind. It is the shocked A few verses later, he describes
Pastor Tim Vamosi Weekdays: 8 a.m. Tuesday through
expression of a man whose abdomen THE PEWS these people as “… ever learning,
Sunday School: 9 a.m. All ages. has just been pierced through by a and never able to come to the knowl-
Service: 10:30 a.m. Pastor: Very Rev. Michael Phillippino
Religious Education Coordinator:
piece of wood, launched by a table edge of the truth” (II Timothy 3:7
Wednesday: Mid-week prayer ser- saw that had no anti-kickback safety KJV). Could he be talking about our
vices, 7 p.m., prayer meeting for Mrs. Louise LeFort JOHN
adults, Kindred Spirits — ladies only, Religious education grades 1 through device. I watched the movie during generation? We live in a print-rich,
Olympians, Grades one to six, Word of 6, Sunday 10 to 11:30 a.m; grades 7 the first week of my high school shop HANSON fact-rich, entertainment-rich world.
Life Teen Club, junior and sxenior though 9 (confirmation), 10 to 11:30 class. Our teachers were attempting ,
Ironically it appears to be a world
high school, child care provided. a.m. to get us to slow down and pay atten- where people are reading less,
tion. ends. What’s more, the waning of remembering less and enjoying less.
NORTH GROSVENORDALE Tri-State Baptist Church
P Box 404 Carelessness and distraction can our powers of attention is occurring I have a suggestion as to how we all
Creation Church Thompson, CT 06277 have similar effects on our “real at such a rate and in so many areas of might slow down, pay attention and
915 Riverside Drive (Meeting at the VFW Hall on Route life.” It seems that we are all in a life, that the erosion is reaching crit- turn the light back on in a dark age.
North Grosvenordale, CT 131, south of intersection with Route hurry to get somewhere. Where are ical mass. We are on the verge of los- My suggestion is a profoundly sim-
(860) 942-4760 197) we going so fast? What is life really ple, time-proven, God-given remedy
933-8947 ing our capacity as a society for deep,
Lead pastor: Chris Crowe about? With all our time-saving sustained focus. In short, we are slip- — communion with the creator.
Sunday service: 10 a.m. www.tristatebaptist.org machines and increased mobility, ping toward a new dark age.” Nothing gives focus like old-fash-
Kidstrack Ministries: nursery Pastor R. Berard have our lives improved? Is the aver- St. Paul foretold a time when ioned prayer and Bible reading.
through sixth grade Sunday School for all ages: 10 a.m. age person more disciplined, better mankind would be in a very dis- Prayer is our chance to talk with
Sunday Morning Service: 11 a.m. balanced, kinder and more produc- tressed state. See if you can see any God, and Bible reading is our chance
POMFRET Sunday Evening Service: 6 p.m. tive than in years past? Is your life to hear him talk back. Try it for a few
Wednesday Evening Service: 7 p.m. parallels to our society in what he
Most Holy Trinity Roman Catholic improving? How’s your focus? says: “You should know this, days; see if any lights come on.
Church In her book Distracted, Maggie If you are interested in going back
Bible Fellowship Church ,
Timothy that in the last days there
568 Pomfret St. Jackson makes this interesting to a basic relationship with God, let
928-5830 400 Quinebaug Rd will be very difficult times. For peo-
P Box 619 observation: “The seduction of alter- ple will love only themselves and me recommend a great online Bible
Mass: 4 p.m. Saturday; 7:30, 9:30 and
11:30 a.m. Sunday Quinebaug, CT 06262 native universes, the addictive allure .
their money They will be boastful at www.BibleGateway.com and a
Rev. Ryszard Sliwinski, 923-9512 or (800) 621-6807 of multitasking people and things, great online, self-guided Bible study
and proud, scoffing at God, disobedi-
Administrator our near-religious allegiance to a ent to their parents, and ungrateful. that explains how to be saved at
constant state of motion: these are They will consider nothing sacred. www.actsii.org/files/OneLordOneFa
Christ Church of Pomfret Pastor Dennis Spinney
Sunday services: 9 a.m., Bible School markers of a land of distraction, in They will be unloving and unforgiv- ithOneBaptism.pdf.
527 Pomfret St. which our old conceptions of space,
928-7026 for all ages; 10 a.m., Worship Service ing; they will slander others and
Services: 8 and 10:15 a.m. Sunday; 9:15 Tuesdays: 4:30 p.m., Teen Bible Study; time and place have been shattered. have no self-control. They will be Bishop John Hanson is the pastor of
a.m. (Rectory School Chapel) 6:30 p.m., Children’s Bible Club/Adult This is why we are less and less able cruel and hate what is good. They Acts II Ministries in Thompson. For
Mid-week service: 7 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer to see, hear and comprehend what’s more information about the church,
Fridays: 6:30 p.m., Teen Youth Group will betray their friends, be reckless,
Rector David M. Carter relevant and permanent, why so be puffed up with pride, and love as well as DVDs and books about
Acts II Ministries many of us feel that we can barely pleasure rather than God. They will prayer and salvation, please visit
Abington Congregational Church keep our heads above water, and our www.actsii.org/resources.php.
Route 97 .O.
P Box 224 act religious, but they will reject the
974-1476 1366 Riverside Drive days are marked by perpetual loose
Service: 10 a.m. Sunday Thompson, CT 06277
Rev. Dr. Bruce Hedman 935-5107 (toll free, 888-433-9901)
First Congregational Church Service: 10 a.m. Sunday
13 Church Road (Pomfret Center)
928-7381 HighPoint Church
Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. 1028 Thompson Road
Service: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Thompson, CT 06277
Summer Schedule: No Sunday school; 935-0357 The calendar page is a free service offered for listings for Street in Putnam. The parade will travel down Kennedy
Service: 9:30 a.m. Sunday www.gotohpc.org government, educational and nonprofit organizations. Drive and Providence Street before ending at the Owen
Pastor John Eklund www.goto24seven.com Send all calendar listings and happenings by mail at P .O Tarr Sports Complex on the corner of Providence and
Sunday Services: 9 and 11 a.m. and 6 Box 196, Woodstock, CT 06281, by fax at (860) 928-5946, or School Streets. Come find a good seat and watch as many
Classes for infants though fifth grade; by e-mail to email@example.com. All calen- area businesses and organizations accompany festive
The Congregational Church of 24-7 youth ministry dar listings must be submitted by noon Monday to be pub- floats while Christmas music guides the parade along.
Putnam Tuesdays 6 to 8:30 p.m.: 6th through lished in the following Friday’s edition. Villager Rain date is Sunday, Dec. 7. For more information, call
175 Main Street, Putnam 8th grades Newspapers will print such listings as space allows. WINY at (860) 928-1350 or Putnam Recreation at (860) 963-
(860) 928-4405 Thursdays 6 to 8:45 p.m.: 9th through 6811, or visit http://www.winyradio.com.
Web site: www.putnamcong.com 12th grades
Rev. Thomas H. Meyer, Pastor
AUDITIONS FOR ‘THE BOYS NEXT DOOR’ will be
Sunday worship: 10:30 a.m.
Sunday School: 10:30 a.m. (starts Sept.
14, registration at 10 a.m.)
Emmanuel Lutheran Church
83 Main St.
SATURDAY held from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Bradley Playhouse, 30 Front
St., Putnam. “The Boys Next Door” is the story of four
The public is welcome to join the
church every Sunday as they cele-
PO Box 221
November 29 mentally challenged men in a group home and their
supervisor and their struggle to live in the world that
brate God's presence through: wor- Pastor Charles F. Seivard surrounds them. Please come early and be prepared to
ship together, voice and handbell Sunday Services: 9:30 a.m. NEW YORK CITY SHOPPING TRIP, sponsored by the
Thompson Recreation Department, will depart for the .
stay Wear comfortable clothing. Production dates are
choirs, mission outreach, Bible study
and book discussion group. Quinebaug 7th Day Adventist Big Apple at 6:30 a.m. and return to Thompson at 10:30 Jan. 30 and 31 and Feb. 1, 6, 7 and 8. Audition material is
Church p.m. Get an early start on Christmas shopping, spend the .
available in the lobby Please call (860)928-7887 for more
East Putnam Community Church 768 Quinebaug Road day sightseeing, see a Broadway show or visit New York’s information.
250 East Putnam Road Route 131
928-2193 world class museums. The price for this trip is $39 per
953-5412 DANCING AT THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS will be
Services: 10:30 a.m. Sunday Services: Saturday worship, 9:30 a.m.; person. For more information, call the Recreation Office held from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Knights hall, Route 12, North
Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Saturday Sabbath School, 11 a.m.; at (860) 923-9440.
Tri-State Christian Academy — K-8 weekly prayer meetings, Wednesdays, Grosvenordale. Live band Ray G and the Silver Dollar
7 p.m. ‘MAKE A NEEDLE FELTED SANTA CLAUS’ WORK- Band will provide the music of the evening. Admission is
First Congregational Church $5 per person. For more information, call (860) 923-2967.
71 Liberty Highway SHOP will begin at 11 a.m. at the Putnam Public Library,
928-7381 North Grosvenordale United 225 Kennedy Drive, Putnam. Get ready for the holidays
Pastor John Eckman Methodist Church COBBLESTONE ROAD will take to the stage from 4 to 8
954 Riverside Drive with a special craft project. Elizabeth Bottieri will lead
Services: 9:30 a.m. Sunday the class and provide materials for this project. Class p.m. at the American Legion 184 on School Street in
860-923-2738 or 860-923-9133
Pastor: David Baird participants will need to bring a piece of foam for need Webster, Mass. There is a free $50 door prize and a 50/50
Putnam United Methodist Church
53 Grove St. Services: Sunday services at Putnam storage. There is a $5 class fee, and registration is raffle.
928-9705 United Methodist Church; required. For more information, or to register, call (860)
Pastor: David Baird
Services: 10:45 a.m. Sunday (9:30 a.m.
Wednesday Evening Prayer & Praise, 963-6826.
during the summer)
Thompson Congregational Church SIXTH ANNUAL HOLIDAY BAZAAR will be held from December 1
St. Mary’s Church 347 Thompson Road 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Ekonk Community Grange, 723
218 Providence St. 860-923-2431 Ekonk Hill Road in Sterling. There will be craft vendors, BLOOD DRIVE will be held from 1 to 5:45 p.m. at the
928-6535 Rev. Dr. Stanley Possell
Rev. Roland Cloutier
Christmas stamps, a baked goods table and plenty of Plainfield Town Hall, 8 Community Avenue, Plainfield.
Services: 10 a.m., Sunday; Children’s good food served in the kitchen by the Community To make an appointment, call the American Red Cross at
Services: 4 p.m. Saturday; 8:30 and Sunday School, 10 a.m., Sunday
10:30 a.m. Sunday; 7:15 and 8 a.m. daily Junior Grange. Table spaces are $10 per table and can 1-800-GiveLife (448-3543) or sign up online at
WOODSTOCK still be reserved. For more information, or to reserve a http://www.bloodct.org.
St. Philip’s Episcopal Church table, call Barbara at (860) 564-0744 or Evelyn at (860) 564-
63 Grove St., Putnam Church of the Good Shepherd
(860) 928-3510 3274. RECITATION OF THE ROSARY, sponsored by Cargill
12 Bradford Corner Road
Holy Eucharist: 9:30 a.m. Sundays 974-2047
Council 64, will be held at 7 p.m. upstairs at St. Mary
with David Brown as celebrant Service: 10:30 a.m. Sunday ARTISTS OPEN STUDIOS’ will be held from 10 a.m. to
‘ Church of the Visitation Parish Center, 15 Marshall St.,
Women’s Bible Study: 7 p.m. 5 p.m. at more than 80 artists’ studios across Putnam. Those who cannot come in person may join in
Pastor: Reverend Dolores Szyszko
Tuesdays, Parish House, 35 Grove St.
Deacons: Everett Harding, Helen Northeastern Connecticut. For a full listing of artists,
Putnam Baptist Church Harding, Mary Vertefeuille, Karen visit http://www.aosct.org. This event is free and open to Turn To CALENDAR, page B6
170 Church St. White. the public.
928-3678 Junior Deacon: Justin Bressette
Rev. Gil Bourquin AUDITIONS FOR ‘THE BOYS NEXT
Services: 11 a.m. Sunday; Russian lan- East Woodstock Congregational
guage service, 5 p.m. Sunday; Youth 220 Woodstock Road DOOR’ will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. at the
group, 6 p.m. Friday; Bible study 7, 928-7449 Bradley Playhouse, 30 Front St., Putnam.
p.m. Thursday; Guitar lessons, 2 p.m. Service: 10 a.m. Sunday (Children’s “The Boys Next Door” is the story of four
GET YOUR TIRES
Saturday; ESL, by appointment. Sunday school, same time) mentally challenged men in a group home
Pastor: Rev. Susan Foster and their supervisor and their struggle to live
Putnam Assembly of God
25 Kennedy Drive Evangelical Covenant Church in the world that surrounds them. Please
928-2794 24 Child Hill Road .
come early and be prepared to stay Wear com-
Pastor: Gregg McKechnie 928-0486 fortable clothing. Production dates are Jan. 30
CHANGED IN CHINA...
Service: Sunday 10 a.m. Service: 10:30 a.m. Sunday; Sunday and 31 and Feb. 1, 6, 7 and 8. Audition materi-
Other: Wednesday Family Night, 7
p.m.; Friday Youth Night: prayer 6 School: 9 a.m. (starting Sept. 10)Senior al is available in the lobby Please call (860)
p.m., Youth Service 7 p.m. Pastor: Mike Gillett 928-7887 for more information.
Associate Pastor: Pastor Gene
SO WHY SEARCH THERE?
Congregation B’nai Shalom SchamkoYouth Pastor: Dave Magee
ST. PHILLIP’S THE APOSTLE CHURCH
Sons of Zion building, 125 Church St. Faith Bible Evangelical Free CRAFT FAIR will be held from 9 a.m. to 3
928-4496 587 Route 171 p.m. at the church, Route 44, Ashford.
Lay Leader: Alan Turner, 774-7187 974-2528 Refreshments will be served, and there will
President: Linda Simons, 928-4806 Service: 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. Sunday be a raffle.
Services: 7 p.m. Friday and 8:30 a.m. Pastor Mitch Santell
Hebrew School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday (dur- First Congregational HOLIDAY CRAFT FAIR will be held from 9
ing the school year). Contact Hebrew 543 Route 169 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Harvard H. Ellis Technical
School Director Jennifer Wright at 928-7405 High School, 613 Upper Maple St., Danielson.
774-6404 for information. Service: 10 a.m. Sunday
Special services may be held at our (Children attend for 10-15 minutes
Danielson building, 39 Killingly Drive.
before going to church school class)
Jehovah Witnesses Pastor James S. Harrison
81 Thurber Road
928-4442 North Woodstock Congregational
1227 Route 169
THOMPSON 963-2170 ‘ARTISTS OPEN STUDIOS’ will be held
Pastor Jesse Phagan
St. Joseph Church Service: 10 a.m. Sunday; Bible Study: from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at more than 80 artists’
18 Main Street, North Grosvenordale 7:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday studios across Northeastern Connecticut. For
(860) 923-2361 a full listing of artists, visit
www.stjoseph-sacredheart.net South Woodstock Baptist Church http://www.aosct.org. This event is free and
Very Rev. Michael Phillippino, pastor Roseland Park Road open to the public.
Weekday Masses: Monday 5 p.m., 928-9341
Tuesday 7:15 a.m., Wednesday 7:15 Bible Class: 9 a.m. Sunday
SEVENTH ANNUAL HOLIDAY DAZZLE All local. All the time.
a.m. Weekend schedule winter: Services: 10:30 a.m. Sunday
Saturday 4 p.m., Sunday 7:45 a.m., 11 Pastor: Bob Beckwith LIGHT PARADE will make its way down the ConnecticutsQuietCorner.com
a.m. parade route starting at 5 p.m. from Grove
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is Monday at noon. Send to
Stephanie Jarvis at
CALENDAR COLLEGE DEGREE will be held at 6 p.m. at through grade five and their families. 11th ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF (GIVING)
continued from page B5 Bay Path College’s Central Mass campus, Celebrate the holiday season by creating TREES GALA will be held from 7 to 11 p.m.
Route 20 in Charlton, Mass. Register to gifts and decorations for loved ones; just at the LaSalle Reception Center at Notre
attend the information session by calling remember to bring a container to carry them Dame in Southbridge. The gala includes live
spirit. Prayer intentions can be sent to
(508) 248-5088 or (800) 495-7284, or send an e- in. No registration or fee is required. For entertainment, hot and cold hors d’oeuvres,
firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to
mail to Sturbridge@baypath.edu. more information, call (860) 779-5383 or drop a holiday gift inspired silent auction, cash
Rosary Intentions, Knights of Columbus, 64
by the library. bar and tree viewing. Tickets are $20 per per-
Providence St., Putnam, CT 06260.
LITTLE ONE’S STORY HOUR will be held son and only sold in advance. For ticket
starting at 11 a.m. at the West Woodstock AFTER-SCHOOL STORY HOUR will be information, contact Lorraine Moreno at
LAKE BUNGGEE TAX DISTRICT
Library, 5 Bungay Hill Road, West held starting at 4:30 p.m. at the West (508) 347-3591.
MONTHLY BOARD MEETING will begin
Woodstock. It’s time to play, read, create and Woodstock Library, 5 Bungay Hill Road, West
at 7 p.m. at the Lake Bungay Fire Brigade in
dance. Sitting still is not required. Infants to Woodstock. Come and discover the life of CHARLES DICKENS’ ‘A CHRISTMAS
West Woodstock. Residents and property
pre-kindergarten-aged children are welcome many different animals. The group will be CAROL’ will take to the stage at 8 p.m. at the
owners are invited to join the board for dis-
to attend. There is no registration or fee reading stories, doing experiments and Bradley Playhouse, 30 Front St., Putnam.
cussion of current projects and issues.
required — just drop in. Call (860) 974-0376 or learning about the great animal kingdom. Tickets are $17 for adults and $14 for
Discussion will include updates on planned
visit http://www.WestWoodstock There is no registration or fee required — seniors/students and can be purchased in
spillway repairs and other important pro-
Library.org. just drop in. Call (860) 974-0376 or visit advance at Wonderland Books and Victoria
jects. Input is welcomed.
http://www.WestWoodstockLibrary .org. Station Café. Reservations can be made with
HOMESCHOOLERS’ STORY HOUR will a major credit card online at www.bradley-
TUESDAY be held starting at 10 a.m. at the West
Woodstock Library, 5 Bungay Hill Road, West
ASK THE DKH EXPERTS,’ sponsored by
the DKH Women’s Board, will be held start-
playhouse.org or by calling (860) 928-7887.
Tickets will also be available at the door.
Woodstock. Great stories, activities, games, ing at 7 p.m. in the Mary Gulden Dining
December 2 songs and crafts for children from preschool Room at the hospital, Route 44 in Putnam. SNOWFLAKE BAZAAR will be held from 4
to fourth grade. There is no registration or The event will feature Dr. Lisa Canter (cardi- to 8 p.m. at the United Methodist Church of
TOASTMASTERS INTERNATIONAL fee required — just drop in. Call (860) 974- ology), Dr. Erica Kesselman (OB/GYN) and Danielson. The event will feature wreaths,
CLUB 4719 MEETING will be held at 7 p.m. 0376 or visit http://www.WestWoodstock Elaine Turner, R.N., to discuss their special- baked goods, cookie corner, handmade
in room W102 at Quinebaug Valley Library .org. ized health areas and to answer questions on crafts, attic treasures, fudge and a take-out
Community College on Upper Maple Street .
important health issues of the day The pub- ham dinner.
in Danielson. Visitors are welcome to lic is welcome to join this enjoyable and
become acquainted with the club’s state-of-
the-art leadership and public speaking pro-
THURSDAY informative evening, which will include
desserts. A $5 registration fee will be collect-
YOUNG MARINES OF QUINEBAUG VAL-
LEY TOY DRIVE for Toys for Tots will be
gram. For club and membership informa-
tion, call Steve Rechner at (860) 974-1050.
December 4 ed at the door. held from 5 to 11 p.m. at the Wal-Mart in
Putnam. A fund-raising bake sale for the
DANIELSON ELKS STEAK NIGHT will ‘MAKE A CHRISTMAS TREE’ WORK- Young Marines will also be held at the same
PIZZA PARTY FOR POMFRET SENIORS SHOP will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. at the time.
begin at 7 p.m. at the lodge. The menu will
will be held starting at noon at the Pomfret Pomfret Senior Center, Mashamoquet Road,
include steak, baked potato, salad, veggies,
Senior Center on Mashamoquet Road,
Pomfret Center. All Pomfret seniors are
rolls and butter for $15 per person. Tickets are
on sale at the Lodge. For more information,
Pomfret Center. Those attending will need to
purchase 60 feet of garland at 3-inch width
call 774-9775. and the choice of their color and 150 mini-
lights and bring them to this class. The rest
‘KNITWITS,’ a program for knitting baby of the materials will be provided. Each tree
CONGRESSMAN JOE COURTNEY STITCHES, a group for needle workers of all
caps for Day Kimball Hospital, will be held at will be individual as to each participant’s
OFFICE HOURS will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. types, will be held from 11 a.m. to noon at the
2:15 p.m. at the Pomfret Senior Center, choice of colors ad decorations. The work-
in Room C221 at Quinebaug Valley Putnam Public Library, 225 Kennedy Drive,
Mashamoquet Road, Pomfret Center. Elaine shop is free, but please register by Dec. 1.
Community College, 742 Upper Maple St., Putnam. Did you know that 20 minutes of
Auger will be at the center to show attendees
Danielson. During the allotted time, an aide knitting can lower your heart rate and blood
how to make the baby caps. Knitters can ‘DECK THE HALLS,’ an evening with
to Courtney will be available to help address pressure? This seems to be the same physical
bring their own supplies and patterns, or the Michael Skaff, will be held at 7 p.m. at the
issues that residents may have with the fed- response triggered by yoga, Tai Chi, or med-
necessary supplies will be provided. Those Thompson Congregational Church on the
eral government, including problems receiv- itation. The secret is in the soothing combi-
who cannot knit or crochet, but would like to corner of Routes 193 and 200 in Thompson.
ing Social Security or veterans’ benefits, or nation of rhythm and repetition. Join us if
participate, can weave on the knitting loom Tickets are $10 per person. For more infor-
other problems related to a federal agency . you’d like to find this out for yourself. Bring
that will be available for use. mation, contact Paul Giguere at (860) 935-
For more information or to make an appoint- a project, or come learn to knit! For more
ment, please call Courtney’s District Office 9160 or see a Thompson Village Improvement information, call (860) 963-6826 or visit
WEDNESDAY at (860) 886-0139. http://www.putnamlibrary .org.
BLOOD DRIVE will be held from noon to ‘READ TO TATTLE’ will be held from 1 to 3
December 3 5:30 p.m. at Day Kimball Hospital, Route 44 in
Putnam. The employees at the hospital,
FRIDAY p.m. at the Putnam Public Library, 225
Kennedy Drive, Putnam. Six lucky children
‘JOURNEY TO BETHLEHEM IN SEARCH
OF THE LIGHT,’ an Advent evening of
along with Putnam Savings Bank, ask locals December 5 will be able to read to Tattle, a gentle golden
to give the best gift of all this holiday season retriever who loves to listen to stories. Please
prayer, will be held at 7 p.m. at St. Joseph — the gift of life. All donors will receive T- FISH FRY FRIDAY will be held from noon register as these spots fill up quickly For.
Parish in Dayville. This service will be facil- shirts. To make an appointment, please sign to 8 p.m. at the Knights of Columbus Council more information, or to reserve a spot, call
itated by Sister Agnes Therrien, S.S.Ch., up in the hospital cafeteria or at the Putnam 2087 Hall, 1017 Riverside Drive, North (860) 963-6826 or visit http://www.putnamli-
Emmaus Spiritual Life Services. This ser- Savings Bank in town. They can also be Grosvenordale. The menu will consist of fish brary .org.
vice is open to the public. made by calling the American Red Cross at 1- and chips ($8.75), fried scallops ($9.50), fried
800-GiveLife (448-3543) or online at clams ($12.50) and a fisherman’s platter ($15). CHRISTMAS FAIR will be held from 9:30
‘LIVING WITH DIABETES’ will be held at http://www.bloodct.org. Combination plates will also be available. a.m. to 9 p.m. at the Congregational Church
6 p.m. at the Thompson Library Community Each entrée comes with coleslaw, fries and a of Eastford. Featured items will be gift bas-
Center. Join Dr. Syed Hussain, of Hubbard 11th ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF (GIVING) dinner roll. Food is available for eating in or kets, jewelry, crafts, books, a white elephant
Hospital in Webster, Mass., as he discusses TREES OPENING NIGHT will be held from taking out, and a full bar will be available to sale/children’s corner, cookie sale, maple
how to adjust to life with diabetes. Topics for 5 to 9 p.m. at the LaSalle Reception Center at dining in patrons. To order a take-out meal, syrup, cheese, plants, Poinsettias, Rada
discussion include the implication of dia- Notre Dame in Southbridge. Christmas call (860) 923-2967. Cutlery and Watkins products. A café-style
betes, diabetes and its burden on the nation, karaoke will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. This is a lunch will be served featuring soup, sand-
prevention tips, how to take care of yourself fund-raiser to fight breast cancer. Admission 11th ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF (GIVING) wiches, dessert and drinks.
post-diagnosis and medicines you should be is $3 or two for $5 and children under 12 are TREES OPENING AND SENIOR CITI-
taking. Light refreshments will be served. free. For more information, contact Sue at ZENS’ DAY will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 ST. ANNE SCHOOL HOLIDAY CRAFT
This free and informative seminar is open to (508) 347-2904 or p.m. at the LaSalle Reception Center at Notre FAIR will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the
the public and applicable to all ages. For http://www.sparklingtrees.com. Dame in Southbridge. This is a fund-raiser hall/gymnasium at the school located at 12
more information, contact Hubbard Hospital for breast cancer. Admission is $3 or two for Day St. in Webster, Mass. More than 25
at (508) 943-2600, ext. 309. HOLIDAY CRAFT NIGHT will be held from $5 and children under 12 are free. For more crafters and artisans will be featured, as well
5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Killingly Public information, call Sue at (508) 347-2904 or visit
FREE INFORMATION SESSION FOR Library, 25 Westcott Road, Danielson. This http://www.sparklingtrees.com. Turn To CALENDAR, page B7
WOMEN INTERESTED EARNING THEIR event is open to children in kindergarten
Cards for all occasions by
Woodstock Valley Country Store
AKA: Woodstock Valley Market Place
Rt. 171 Woodstock Valley, CT Lottery Ice ATM
860-974-1639 We are a deer tagging station
“KOZY KORNER CAFE”
Weekend Breakfast Special • Saturday and Sunday 7-11 am
2 Eggs, Homefries, Toast, and Juice $2.99+tax
Come try one of our delicious HOURS: Sunday - Thursday 7am-8pm
grinders or wraps, made of fresh Friday & Saturday 7 am-9pm
Boars Head Brand meats and Serving Breakfast EVERYDAY 7am-11am
cheeses, available by the pound!
Green Mountain Coffee Homemade Baked Goods Blue Rhino Tanks
Homemade Chili Homemade Macaroni Salad Homemade Potato Salad
Ordinance Concerning the Plowing of Snow
(Adopted: February 2, 1978)
Resolved that no person, firm or corporation shall plow or deposit
upon any town highway or road in the Town of Woodstock, any accu-
mulation of snow or ice that poses a hazard or constraint to the traffic
flow. Any person violating this ordinance shall be fined no more than
$100.00. No parking is allowed on town roads during a snowstorm.
Ordinance Concerning Clearance of Town Roads for Snow Removal
(Adopted: March 22, 1989)
No automobile, truck, vehicle, nor any personal property of any kind or
description shall be parked, placed, deposited, left or allowed to
remain within the limits of any town road, so as in any way to prevent,
impede, hinder, delay or interfere with the removal of snow or the
plowing of a path or paths through the snow on such roads.
VILLAGER NEWSPAPERS ☎ TOWN-TO-TOWN CLASSIFIEDS ☎ Friday, November 28, 2008 B7
THE DEADLINE to submit calendar listings
is Monday at noon. Send to
Stephanie Jarvis at
CALENDAR cookbook and “10,000 Villages.” Lunch will 12 and 101 in Dayville. Cash donations are tacular raffle, handmade arts and crafts and
continued from page B6 be served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and is $6 for always welcome. For more information, call a home-style bake sale. Delicious food will
adults and $3 for children. Pet Pals at (860) 546-1280. Please do not call also be available. For more information, con-
Wibberley Tire. tact the church at (860) 774-6275 or visit
as a raffle table, vintage items and home
HOLLY FAIR will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 http://www.lasalette-lourdes.org.
baked desserts. Pictures with Santa Claus
p.m. at the Church of the Good Shepard in CHRISTMAS BAZAAR will be held from 9
will be taken from 10 a.m. to noon. Breakfast
Woodstock. Freshly made wreaths and a.m. to 2 p.m. at St. Joseph Church in
and lunch will both be served. Admission is
swags, a bake sale, crafts, cookie walk, Dayville. Lots of crafters, a white elephant ROSELAND COTTAGE’S SEVENTH
free. Tables are still available and anyone
refreshments and more will be featured. table, a baked goods table and a raffle table ANNUAL HOLIDAY TOUR OF THE
interested in having one is asked to call
will be featured. Hamburgers, hot dogs, soda, MUSEUM will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. at the
Denise at (508) 476-4461.
WOODSTOCK ACADEMY CRAFT FAIR coffee, etc., will also be available. cottage, located at 556 Route 169 in
will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the field Woodstock. This special tour highlights the
ST. NICHOLAS FAIR will be held from 10
house (gym). Thirty-five vendors will have XTRAMART FOOD DRIVE will be held traditions, food and festivities that were a
a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Christ Church on Route
stocking stuffers, holiday gifts, gourmet food from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Thompson Town part of the Bowen family holiday celebra-
169 in Pomfret. Featured at the fair will be a
gifts, jewelry, Christmas wreaths and decora- Hall parking lot, 815 Riverside Drive in tion. During this once-a-year program, cos-
silent auction, chocolate extravaganza, holi-
tions, afghans, baby sets, quilts, floral North Grosvenordale. Non-perishable and tumed interpreters lead visitors through the
day craft table, bakery booth, toy box, bottle
arrangements, greeting cards, candles and holiday food items, as well as everyday items first-floor of the museum, decorated with the
board, basket booth and costume jewelry
more. Raffles will be drawn for gift certifi- such as soap, detergent, diapers, etc., are wel- finest Victorian trimmings and share holi-
booth. A homemade lunch will be served
cates and food items. come. Cash donations also accepted. The day stories from the written accounts of the
between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Admission is free.
food drive will benefit the St Joseph Food Bowen Family Christmas of 1887. In the adja-
For more information, contact the fair com-
11th ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF (GIVING) Pantry and TEEG. For more information, cent Carriage Barn, refreshments, holiday
mittee at (860) 928-7026.
TREES OPENING AND CHILDREN’S call (860) 928-5166. music and readings from Dicken’s A
DAY will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Christmas Carol will be available. The
HOLIDAY BAZAAR AND CRAFT SHOW
will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Holt Hall
LaSalle Reception Center at Notre Dame in
Southbridge. There will be entertainment
SUNDAY Roseland Cottage Gift Shop will also be open.
Admission to this event is free. For more
at the Hampton Congregational Church. The
works of local crafters and artisans, a bake
throughout the day including a puppet show,
a balloon man and face painting. Mr. and
December 7 information, call (860) 928-4074.
sale table and attic treasures will be fea-
Mrs. Santa Claus will be visiting from 11 a.m. HUKELAU, YANKEE CANDLE AND HOLLY FAIR will be held from 11:30 a.m. to
tured, along with a homemade soup and
to 2 p.m. This is a fund-raiser for breast can- BRIGHT NIGHTS TRIP, presented by the 1 p.m. at the Church of the Good Shepherd in
sandwich luncheon complete with dessert
cer. Admission is $3 or two for $5 and chil- Daughters of Isabella Bernadette Circle 709, Woodstock. Freshly made wreaths and
and beverages that will be served from 11
dren under 12 are free. For more informa- will leave at 10 a.m. from Tracy Court in swags, a bake sale, crafts, cookie walk,
a.m. to 1 p.m. For further information, con-
tion, call Sue at (508) 347-2904 or visit Webster, Mass., and 10:30 a.m. from Big refreshments and more will be featured.
tact Karen at (860) 455-0647 or the church at
http://www.sparklingtrees.com. Bunny in Southbridge, Mass. The trip
includes a visit to the Hukelau to see its 11th ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF (GIVING)
CHARLES DICKENS’ ‘A CHRISTMAS Christmas show “Christmas in Hawaii,” a TREES OPENING AND FINAL DAY will
ARTISTS OPEN STUDIOS’ will be held
CAROL’ will take to the stage at 8 p.m. at the visit to Deerfield’s Yankee Candle and a ride be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the LaSalle
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at more than 80 artists’
Bradley Playhouse, 30 Front St., Putnam. through Bright Nights at Forest Park. Reception Center at Notre Dame in
studios across Northeastern Connecticut.
Tickets are $17 for adults and $14 for Tickets are $65 per person; please make Southbridge. This is a fund-raiser for breast
For a full listing of artists, visit
seniors/students and can be purchased in checks payable to Bernadette Circle 709 and cancer. Admission is $3 or two for $5 and chil-
http://www.aosct.org. This event is free and
advance at Wonderland Books and Victoria mail to Janet Caouette, P.O. Box 533, Oxford, dren under 12 are free. For more informa-
open to the public.
Station Café. Reservations can be made with MA. For more information or for reserva- tion, call Sue at (508) 347-2904 or visit
a major credit card online at www.bradley- tions, call Bernadette Langlois at (508) 943- http://www.sparklingtrees.com.
CANDY CANE BAZAAR will be held from 9
playhouse.org or by calling (860) 928-7887. 8047, Sue Clearwater at (508) 943-4579 or 774-
a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Westfield Congregational
Tickets will also be available at the door. 230-0669 or Jan Caouette at (508) 887-2215. CHARLES DICKENS’ ‘A CHRISTMAS
Church in Danielson. Many fine gifts, baked
CAROL’ will take to the stage at 2 p.m. at the
goods, wreaths, attic treasures and gift bas-
SNOWFLAKE BAZAAR will be held from 9 PEARL HARBOR PROGRAM, sponsored Bradley Playhouse, 30 Front St., Putnam.
kets will be featured. A delicious luncheon
a.m. to 2 p.m. at the United Methodist Church by the William L. Mercier VFW Post 5446 Tickets are $17 for adults and $14 for
will be served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more
of Danielson. The event will feature wreaths, Ladies Auxiliary and Men’s Auxiliary, will seniors/students and can be purchased in
information, call (860) 774-8438.
baked goods, cookie corner, handmade be held starting at 7 p.m. at the Post Home on advance at Wonderland Books and Victoria
crafts, attic treasures and fudge. Winsor Avenue in Plainfield. The program Station Café. Reservations can be made with
HOLIDAY CRAFT FAIR will be held from 8
will feature the winner of the annual essay a major credit card online at www.bradley-
a.m. to 6 p.m. in the basement at Our Lady of
YOUNG MARINES OF QUINEBAUG VAL- contest on Pearl Harbor along with local playhouse.org or by calling (860) 928-7887.
LaSalette Church, 25 Providence Road
LEY TOY DRIVE for Toys for Tots will be Pearl Harbor survivors, their family mem- Tickets will also be available at the door.
(Route 6) in Brooklyn. There will be a spec-
held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the State Police bers and local veterans of World War II. This
tacular raffle, handmade arts and crafts and
Troop D Barracks in Danielson. program is free and open to the public. SWEET MEMORIES BOOK SIGNING
a home-style bake sale. Delicious food will
AND COOKIE ART will be held from 1 to 3
also be available. For more information, con-
BREAKFAST BUFFET will be served from ARTISTS OPEN STUDIOS’ will be held
‘ p.m. at Celebrations Gallery and Shoppes,
tact the church at (860) 774-6275 or visit
7 to 10 a.m. at the United Methodist Church, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at more than 80 artists’ Route 169, Pomfret. Come meet Sarah Brady
954 Riverside Drive, North Grosvenordale. studios across Northeastern Connecticut. Underwood who will sign copies of her book
Breakfast is $6 for adults and $3 for children. For a full listing of artists, visit Sweet Memories: A Gingerbread Family
SUGAR PLUM FAIR will be held from 9
For more information, call Marvin Wilbur at http://www.aosct.org. This event is free and Scrapbook and your favorite Sweet
a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Federated Church on
(860) 923-2936. open to the public. Memories family members will be available
Route 6 in Brooklyn. Homemade donuts, cof-
for purchase. For more information, call
fee, baked goods, fancy cookies, radar knives,
HOLIDAY PET FOOD DRIVE TO HELP HOLIDAY CRAFT FAIR will be held from 9 (860) 928-5492 or visit http://www.celebra-
jewelry, gift basket raffle, knit and sew table,
HOMELESS ANIMALS, hosted by Pet Pals a.m. to noon in the basement at Our Lady of tionsshoppes.com.
gently used table, Christmas items, wreaths
Northeast, will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. LaSalette Church, 25 Providence Road
and sprays will be featured, as well as box-
at Wibberley Tire on the junction of Routes (Route 6) in Brooklyn. There will be a spec-
wood trees, the newly published church
Decorate NOW for Christmas.
Wreaths, Pointsettias, Snow Trees, Roping,
Cemetary Pots, Fresh Cristmas
Arrangments Made to Order
JIMMY’S GREENHOUSES & FLORIST
677 COOK HILL RD. DANIELSON, CT
860-774-2076 • Hours: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm • MC, VISA, Disover
Less than $1 per day for
Happy 30th Birthday
Have a wonderful day!
Kathy, Charlie and Nick
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w/Underdrawer Storage, Ozonator. Also Includes With Screens.
Headboards & Nightstands.
Wheelchair Front & Side Sliding Sideboard Insulated Cover & Redwood
and credit card machine. Lexmark Printer/Copier/Fax
In great condition. $1900 or Windows, Locking $300 Large/small bag holders. Measures 76”Long
$200 All Rear Door. Like New! Steps. Years Left On Factory Sign Stand. Approximately All For $550 OBO 61”High
best offer. ‘20s/’30s Art-Deco Sideboard Warranty. Always Been In
(2) Twin Canopy White Call (508)892-1908 Only $495 $125 400 assorted plastic tags for Computer Desk (Corner) $650 OBO
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Pellet Stove 8’ Fisher Plow (1) Mamiya-Flex 330 Came Back With Entertainment Center
1959 With Latham Blower
50k BTU, 9 Feed Settings, Old stlye off 1995 F-250. And Four Carburetors
508-892-4982 9 Blower Settings, 60 lb. Frame & Hydraulics included.
Complete $450, (1) Bronica
Z Including Body & Bellows
Athena Stereo Him From 58”x52”x19”, Solid Wood
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Call Jeff @ 860-933-3694 3ft tall x 1ft wide, excellent 1964 Handpainted Numerous Dog
(978)857-0305 860-774-1950 quality, fantastic sound. 2 Picture. Painter Has
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finish, oval shape. built in Answering Machine Available $1800. Mint. Electric start. Antique Red Call (508)341-4659 Computer brand new.
leaf, 16 “ wide, 49” long, Black & Decker
(without leaf) 38” wide-30” 3 Gigantic, ‘89 Sno Scoot, $1400. ‘83 Vermont Casting Baldwin Spinnet CPU, Printer/Scanner/ Call (508)981-6762
Honda 250R, $700. ‘93 Auto Buffer
high. $325. Insulated Dog Honda XR80, $600. Gas Heater Piano $20
Call (508)949-7539 Please leave a message at Excellent Condition. XP, Flat-Screen Monitor,
Houses, (860)315-7048 Asking Price $1700 With Seat Included. 508-347-7441 Desk (Great Condition) Used 6 months, $100.
1995 Lincoln $500. each. Call 508-867-5677 Medium Tone Wood.
Good Condition. Will Include
Asking $500 Washer used holds x-large
loads, $50. Solid oak kitchen
Delonghi toaster oven/broil- Call 774-200-1561
Town Car er, Alfredo Elite, never used. Accordian Or Office 508-755-0972
Beginner's Piano Instruction Campground table, 5 chairs, 2 leafs, $100
Runs good, a lot of new New, $100, Includes music stand and If Wanted. Membership Computer Desk or best offer. Good condition
parts in front end new Asking $70. music sheets. 4 music Antique Stool Moving, Must Sell! 14 Resort Style Amenities & New, White, 21”x30” With wrought iron & glass coffee
suspension in rear. $800 Call (860)923-9056 books, excellent condition. $300 table & end tables inlay
firm. Also a garage floor $200 or best offer. & Lavatory Outdoor Recreation Facilities.
Transferable 2 Lifetimes (Fee
New Black Computer Chair.
$50 w/stone, very nice, $50.
jack, $800. 3-Year Old Formal Call (860)774-8310 Porcelain Handles. Call Nancy To Be Paid By Seller). Use Apartment size freezer, $50.
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Living Room Air Hockey Table Cabinet Campground’s RV/Cabin. Light Oak 46”x66”, Plus Call (508)340-2098
1996 Tigershark Couch 7 Feet Long, $40 or 2 Solid Wood Doors Baseball Card Originally Paid $8000 Two Inserts. Not A Scratch
best offer 6’8”x32” Collection $100 Entertainment
Two-Seat Jetski Blue & Gold.
(1)4 Lights, (1)15 Lights
Matching Wingback 25,000+ Cards, Memorabilia, $2500 OBO 860-928-0287
& Trailer Chair Included.
Beveled Glass Coffee And 3 Wood Frame Solid 40 Autographed Baseballs, 508-347-9319 Corner unit holds 32” TV.
$1275 End Table Set Including Hall Of Famers
$400 Contemporary Style, $100
Couch For Sale Excellent condition. $500.
5-Phone Executone Office 24”x50” Case Tractor 3 Cushion - Lightweight Call (860)963-7880 after
Telephone System 508-832-7414 Grey Contemporary 30-Gallon Electric Dale Earnhardt 1948 VAC With Easy to move! 5:30pm or leave message
$450 Coffee Table Hot-Water Heater Collection Sickle-Bar Mower. Victorian Rose Print
Back up Powerpack for 35MM Camera $30 LP Gas Wall heater Misc. Items, Including Asking $1650 OBO Mostly cream with blue Entertainment
Computer, $100 Pentax K-1000 All In Excellent Condition 712-299-5239 Certified Used Tire Of International Harvester and mauve flowers Center
508-987-2502 The #3 Chevy. $300 Good condition Maple (Dark), Will Hold 34”
Antique Stainless-Steel with assortment of lenses Two-Row Corn Planter $40.00
781-801-4061 TV. Room For VCR & DVD,
Milkcan, $25 2 electronic flashes, and All French Country Antique Tall, Trailer-Type, With
Dudley - 508-949-8343 Drawer On Bottom, Glass
Antique Singer Sewing many other accessories.
Machine, $50 Sell all for $395. Ethan Allen Mirrored Bernina 640 $800 OBO
Doors On Side, Adjustable
Shelves, Wood Doors
IBM Selectric Typewriter Also, Kodak DC 215 Zoom Furniture Sideboard/ Sewing Machine 860-974-9811 Like New $200 On Bottom.
& Table, $100 digital camera, $45. 3pc Wall Unit Dresser/Foyer New In April ‘08. Used Only Asking $300
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Accessories Including BSR
Rocker Room Set
Lovely piece imported
Stitch Regulator Foot,
Walking Foot, 1/4 Inch Foot. Multi-Colored Cushioned
4 Straight Chairs, Entertainment
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STAFFORDSHIRE 1 Hutch.
Season Tires Soft pastel colors Old. Carving, Columns,
7 Drawers, Serving Area,
5 Alphabets, Thread Cutter (Hope) Chest and Matching
Rocker. Both In Excellent $350
Solid Oak Wood, Custom
Comforter Dogs, Size 185-65R-15. Used only Leave Message And More. Made. Custom Side Door
508-208-8401 Burl Inlay Detail. Small REDUCED! $3500 Condition. 860-774-8479 For Tapes, Excellent
Cottages, Historical 10K miles, paid $280, will Asking
sell $140. Can schedule viewing Shelves For Candelabra. Condition. 62” Wide, Can
Figures And More! Call Nancy Cedar Chest $300
Call 860-774-2459 Call (508)765-9049 on weekends Appraised At $2400 508-867-3900 Rocker $200
Customized Quilts, Fit Up To A 30” TV
74” High x 63”
after 4:30pm Call 508-756-2607 Table Runners or $250 Firm
2 Couches Amana Air Wide x 23” Deep.
774-230-1763 Brand New Bunk Wall Hangings Ask For Bob
4x8 Open Trailer
85” Long, Like New.
With Throw Pillows. Newly done over. Asking Conditioner 508-248-6949
Email For Photo
Beds and 2
Chairs For Sale 508-963-0714
$250 (Both) $525. 18,000 btu only used 4
summers, 2 heavy for me to email@example.com Dressers Quilts and tables runners for any
occasion, for sale. Everything Must
Call (508)885-5560 Beautiful wood frame ALL BEST OFFER
4 Subaru WRX Wheels lift. $400 new, sell for $200. Price Is $1250
includes mattresses, pillows, 2 Patio Loungers
~make great gifts~
Call Carole (860)923-7407
Like New! Tires Included
(P205 55 R16)
5 Piece Sectional Ask for Pat, ladder (never used). $2000 4 Office Chairs
$350 For Set with 5 Recliners (508)885-5542 Antique Wedding or best offer. 1 Kennedy Rocker Dark Wood Curio with butcher block top, $250.
Farmers table with 5 chairs,
Call (508)987-1594, leave
508-248-5531 Cocoa brown $500/BO. Anderson Gown message will return call.
1 Swivel Office Desk Chair 55” Wide x 77” Tall, $200. Oak cabinets, various
Matching love seat/sofa bed with train. Fits size 6/7. 18” Deep sizes, six pieces, $400.
2-Horse Trailer $150/BO. 2 end tables & Windows Excellent condition. $200. Brand-New
Glass Doors On Top, With Call (508)328-3438
coffee tables $150/BO. New therm. 1 double hung, Call (860)935-0116 Automatic Scrubbing Three Drawers Below.
‘98 Sundowner (Extra High,
Extra Wide), Dressing Room. Call (508)347-7763 R.O. 30”x32” $50. Cherry Dining $500 Excellent Gifts
Casement-R.O. 283”x48” Power-Head
6 Shaper Bits $50. 1 34”x34” 11OV APARTMENT $500 Room Table Highchair GPS Navigation
$9400 Commercial-Residential. With 2 leaves, 4 side chairs System
413-245-7055 Never used w/factory
coating. 1/2 inch shank. NOT Louvers fan. Excellent
LIQUIDATION Reconditioned Prop and 2 captains chairs. $50
Magellan Roadmate 2200T,
FOR HAND ROUTER. condition, $100. 1 Sears Best Everything Must Go! 19” Pitch, Fits Only $500. White Crib $79.95
200+ Music CD’s $185.00 water pump. 110-220V. Furniture Merc Cruisers Cherry TV Armoire Mattress Included $300 Vivitar DVR 550 Digital
$8.00 each or 10 for $75. No
Delta Lathe Excellent cond. $65.00. $85 Only $300.
rap. Email your want list: Call (860)774-7167 Men’s Clothing Must be seen to appreciate. 508-885-2866
firstname.lastname@example.org Reproducer 508-826-2029 Prices are negotiable. 5.2 megapixels, $95.00
Craftsman Miter Box with Fits 12" & 14" Delta Antique Aladdin Pictures (508)864-1092 Deluxe Rattan Call (508)943-5954 or
back saw. This is not cheap Lathes $450 Many Miscellaneous Brass Full Size Extra Large Dog (508)943-7704
plastic. $65.00. Backpack Kitchen Headboard and Cherry Triple
Call (508)943-7215 Never Used Cook Stove Items Crate Exercise
$100 Complete. No Reasonable Footboard Dresser 41” long, 27” wide, 28” high. Equipment
2004 VW Jetta GLS Call (508)943-7215 BO Over $500 Offer Refused Asking $100. $200 $125 or best offer. Orbitrek Elite Eliptical
Gas saver! Standard, leather, Rattan porch Set Cherry Daybed With Call (508)765-5724 Computerized Workout
moon roof, 75K miles, new 6000 BTU A/C 860-928-3858 508-949-6425 Love seat chair and glass Twin Mattress Machine & 12-Day Diet
tires, timing belt, water
coffee table. Floral cushions
on seat. $200.
$300 Dental Chair Guide by Trane. Brand
Call (860)412-0037 Stereo With Speakers $50 Armoire Call (508)234-2735 Blonde Dropleaf Table
Electric operates well, Would
Call 508-278-7958 with Bench Entertainment Center With 2 Chairs
be great for tattoo parlor, etc. Call Rose At
53” Panasonic Early 1900’s, upright in good 3 to choose from. $50 each.
Baldwin Piano condition. Has all keys, Patio Set Craftsman Snow $200 Call (508)987-3143
HD TV Excellent Condition. needs tuning. Great for piano Blower (2) Cherry Cabinets With
EVERYTHING MUST GO!
$800 Asking $750 student. Best offer.
508-987-0977 9” impeller 5.0/22 F. $100. Swivel Top Designer Tonneau Cover
860-564-6658 508-671-0013 Call (860)928-4773 Call (508)943-2293 $50 Each Fits ‘06 Ford F150 crew cab
5-Drawer Bureau Wedding with 5 1/2 ft. bed. Like new,
Signed in the plate Tarkay
Chickering Christina Wu Strapless
Gown with train. Size 8. Seriolithograph 2002 Indigo
Spinet Piano Purchased at Kleinfelds Chapeau. Professionally
framed 36 1/2"x37".
NYC. Elegant beading
Baby Grand & with organza & silk/satin Comes with Park West
HOME TOWN SERVICE, BIG TIME RESULTS Bench material. $700. gallery Certificate &
Call (508)949-2528 Appraisal. Can e-mail pic
$700. 1993 Chevrolet
TO PLACE YOUR AD CALL TOLL FREE OR EMAIL YOUR AD TO US Camaro; 21,270 miles, all
email@example.com Call (508)765-9316 leave DeWalt 18V Tools Fischer Spinnet
Reach Every Home in
1-800-536-5836 message Air Compressor, 3150 watts
Generator, Toro snow Piano
China Cabinet & Thrower, Technics Stereo With bench. Very good
System, 5pc kitchen set;
for One Low Price! Dining Room black, 1994 Chrysler New
RATES: Your Ad Will Appear In All Table Yorker; runs excellent, needs Call (508)476-1859
Four Villager Newspapers miner repairs.
With 6 Chairs. Hard Wood,
“Guaranteed to Sell” - We will run your ad Call (508)637-1252 Frigidaire Side
until you sell your item! PUTNAM VILLAGER Cabinet $550, Table $400.
Prices Negotiable, Must Go. Diamond Bridal by Side
Ice maker, filtered water. 2
- Ad runs in all 4 papers until you call us...w/up to 30 words - 860-851-9578 Set
THOMPSON VILLAGER firstname.lastname@example.org 14K gold ring with 60pt.
years old, like new. $399 or
(Email For Pictures) diamont solitaire, plus 14K Call (508)234-9328
“All other” Classifieds - (RUNS IN ALL 4 PAPERS!) 1 Week $14.00 WOODSTOCK VILLAGER Clawfoot Tub
surround with 16 small
diamonds. Includes Kay Full Size Keyboard
Business ads, Help Wanted, Announcements, 2 Weeks $22.00 $400 Jewelers receipt With Stool & Book Holder
Real Estate, Animals, etc. 4 Weeks 38 $ .00 KILLINGLY VILLAGER 508-867-9566 for $2227.92
Clawfoot Tub Call (860)923-9894
* 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. Full-Sized, White
With ornate feet, in very Dining Room Set
To use this coupon, simply write your ad below: good original condition, Kenmore
Light Oak, farm style. Table
fixtures included, $350.
extends to 60”. 6 chairs (4 Refrigerator
Supply credit card info or check, or WE WILL BE HAPPY TO BILL YOU LATER! Call (860)779-3785ar sides, 2 captains). Matching Great Condition
mirrored/lighted china $200
Write Your Ad Here (or attach copy) Coffee Table cabinet, 73” tall x 13” deep Old DeWalt Siding
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 46” x 28” $30 x 30” wide. $800/OBO.
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ (860)928-1618 Table Saw
508-248-6505 Good Condition, $300
Before 9pm Dining Room Set 781-801-4061
Table Is 78” x 42” - Light
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Complete Hair Oak, Six Chairs Of Which GE 2002
Ad Will Run In: Putnam Villager, Thompson Villager, Woodstock Villager & Killingly Villager Salon 2 Are Captain’s. Excellent Refrigerator
Name: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Set up equipment. $5000 or Condition. $500 Side by side, water and ice
Address: _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ best offer. Everything you 860-774-7194 on door. 35 1/2” W x 69 1/2
need to set up your beauty H. $300
Town: _____________________________________________________________________Zip:__________________Phone: ________________________
Email (Optional) _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
shop. Dirt Bike Anderson Window
Please call (774)452-1760 2003 RM65 Suzuki Double pane/double hung,
Mail or Fax to: Villager Newpapers-Town-To-Town Classifieds, 25 Elm Street, Southbridge, MA 01550 (Fax 508-764-7645) or email Great condition, asking 37 1/2” x 53” $75
Or email your ad to us at: email@example.com or call toll-free 1-800-536-5836 firstname.lastname@example.org $1200. Full size sofa bed, $100
for pictures Call (774)696-3360 Call (860)935-0355
VILLAGER NEWSPAPERS ☎ TOWN-TO-TOWN CLASSIFIEDS ☎ Friday, November 28, 2008 B9
010 FOR SALE 010 FOR SALE
Townhouse Apartments on 20 acres… GET on the RIGHT ROUTE
Good schools & quiet area. Lepage Bakeries, Putnam, CT
Furnace Jenny Lind Or Section 8 vouchers welcome.
ROUTE SALES ASSOCIATE
New, unused propane fuel, Spool Bed
forced hot air, all aluminum Vacant & waiting for you now! Work independently merchandising
housing, 3 speed blower, 3/4 bed with spring and rails 2-Bedroom, 1 bath (4 available as of 11/20/08)
115 volt, 3 register in good condition. Asking
Some rental assistance available - HUD & USDA & delivering product & service on
galvanized plenum. $300 or
Provincial Hutch with glass Available Soon
established company routes.
doors and shelves on top, 3
Welder shelves and doors below. 3-Bedroom, 1.5 bath Fully Handicapped Accessible Full-time position w/ benefits
Millermatic Mig Welder M-10 Carved in flowers, $300. 2-Bedroom, 1 bath Fully Handicapped Accessible
gun 175 230 volt wire (company-paid medical/dental/vision
welder. With cart, gas
FIRST MONTH FREE! premiums for associates & more).
cylinder, new oxy-acetylene
set, plus more. $600 or BRO. Jewelry limited time offer… Base pay & commission, typically
Car Paper Masker For New 14K Ruby & Diamond Must Income Qualify
Yellow gold cross pendant, w/ Wednesdays & Sundays off.
Painting $300 or best offer. Also gem-
Quick Mask 12” Bench CALL FOR AN APPLICATION TODAY: Start work between 1-4am.
stone rings & pendants, best
Masker #3612 with 3 rolls of offers. (860)779-0876 Must be at least 18 with acceptable motor
paper. $65.00 or BRO.
Call Shirley THE VILLAGE AT KILLINGLY vehicle record & HS Diploma/GED. EOE.
Call Ray at (508)248-3005
(508)867-6706 600 Lindenwood Drive, Dayville, CT 06241
Jiffy 30 10-Inch Office Hours: Mon-Thurs. 9-11, 1-3: Apply on-line:
By appointment please…
Furs Ice Auger EQUAL OPPORTUNITY HOUSING
2 Custom-Made Size 8 Tilt Basket, Fax: 802-258-2090
Extra-Long Mink Coats 5 Top-Of-The-Line Tilts,
(1)Ranch Mink Shiner Bucket, Ice Scoop,
(1)Unique (Three Coats Boot Cleats, Gaff.
In One) Zip In-And-Out Used Twice. Paid Over $700
Jacket, Below Knee & Will Sell For $500 FIRM
Midcalf-Length Call 508-248-3932 010 FOR SALE 010 FOR SALE 010 FOR SALE 010 FOR SALE
508-347-5483 John Deere Living Room Couch Moving Must Sell New! 8 American Peavey Stratocaster
Snowthrower And Matching Chair Garden Leisure 6 Seater Craftsman $175. Drum set, $250.
GE Fridge For LX And GT Series Floral Design Fabric Hot Tub with lounger, Peavey bass, $200. Fender 010 FOR SALE 010 FOR SALE
24.6 Cubic Feet, Almond, Lawn & Garden Tractors. $150 $3800/BO. Replacement bass amp, $200. Line-6
Spider amp, $300. Electric
Top Freezer, Ice Water
Dispenser. Used 2 Years.
42 Inch, 413-245-9001 Weider Pro 9940 dual weight Windows drums, $450. Tascam Radio/Control Air Solid Oak Breakfront
Used Once(Honest!) bench, $150. 9500 series. Low E, full 75” High x 46” Wide.
Includes Chains, Weights, screen, 6 over 6 grille. White
4-track recorder, $100. Planes Good Condition.
And Operator’s Manual
Living Room Trampoline, $75.
vinyl, 34 1/4 x 48. Paid
MM1 16 channel (3) Ready to fly with Futaba $50
Brand new computer mixer, $100.
$1500 Furniture armoire, $450. $1400. Asking (508)943-3813
transmitters and 4 cycle
engines. Loads of misc. flight Electric Treadmill
774-745-0242 Best Offer For: $1000 or best offer.
Gently Loved Please call Call (508)779-0438 ask & building equipment. Folds Up For Storage,
Email For Pictures Or FlexSteel Couch, (508)404-5470 for Justin Penn 6 wt. Flyrod Former member of Neds R/C Good Condition. Was $500
Children’s Toys Questions Chair & Ottoman. New Condition club. Asking $100
& Accessories Deere700@aol.com La-Z-Boy Couch & Recliner.
Moving Nordic Trac Call 508-278-6419
Call Bob (860)779-6484 508-949-1283
Excellent Condition. All Items High Quality,
Keyboard Must Sell!!! Walk Fit Skier/Rower Solid Oak
Graco Pack & Play, Fisher
Price Intelli-Table. Little Stand, Case and
2001 Chevy Malibu $125 Piano Rainbow Outdoor
Email For Photos Baldwin Spinnet With Contemporary
Tykes Vanity, Books,
Chair email@example.com $3000 Jane Fonda Non-Motorized
Bench. Good Condition.
Bikes And More.
New, never been used. Top 401-316-4793 Ab Lounger, Total Gym, Treadmill
$950 Assorted Golf Clubs
Perfect For Grandma’s House $125 Simple Lines, 30” x 60”.
Or New Daycare! of the line. Bought at Bedroom Furniture, Outdoor
413-245-4403 Gordon’s Music last fall. Paid Living Room Set Furniture, Portable Air Technalon Car Cover Sauna Family Snow Ski Set $200 OBO
over $600 will sell for $325 90” Sofa Conditioner, Housewares, Fits Car 16’-17’6” Skis, Poles, Boots, Etc. Please Call For More Details
Beanie Babies and More! $60 Finnleo, Portable, Comes 508-446-3967
firm. Love Seat Used Gamecube Games
Golf Clubs Please contact Oriental Rug Call Nancy 413 245 3763
In 2 Pieces. Perfect
Left-Handed. 3 Drivers, (508)450-7150 (Machine-Made)
508-885-9992 For Two. Assembles 508-764-4838 Solid Oak Desks
9 Irons. Including Putter, In Minutes. Simply
Bag & Bag Boy. Kroeger-Gildemeester 2 Matching End-Tables Moving Sale Oak Bedroom Set Plugs Into Standard Reese Sliding Excellent condition. 3’x6’-
double pedestal, $450. 2
Asking $250 2 couch and chair sets, $300 Queen bed and mattress,
Call Anytime For Details Piano Take The Whole Set For each. Miscellaneous bed- hutch, nightstand and
Household Outlet. 5th Wheel Hitch 1/2’x6’ one pedestal plus
shelf, $350. 2 1/2’x4 solid
$1000 Or Best Offer room furniture, best dresser with mirror. All in $500 with goose neck attachment,
508-248-1677 c/ 1852 Patent, Mahogany. wood coffee table, $50. 3’x4’
$2000 508-867-9650 offer. excellent condition. Mattress 508-347-5725 rails all hardware, metal computer desk with
Call (774)766-0359 brand new. $1300 or BO. instructions included. shelf, $70 OBO.
“Gould” Featherweight Sewing
Long Black Mahogany TV and Piano $600/bo
Machine Moving Sale Stihl 038AV Magnum II
Water Pressure $500 Leather Coat Video Stand Maghogany, Werlitzer
Booster Pump Fireplace Screen w/ women’s, size 20W, $25.
NordicTrack Ski Machine
$50. Spinnet, With Bench. Good
Condition. 20 inch bar, home use only. Solid Oak Queen
3/4 HP w/220 volt 3-phase Glass $25. Call (508)987-6180 $75
Brand New $800 $250/bo Bedroom Set
variable speed controller, Computer $50 Entertainment Center Includes Training Books 860)774-6539 $750. Lighted round curio
Plus: Lots Of Old Records,
$600. Lexmark Copier/ Machinist Tools Canning Jars, New Shoes
Black chrome and glass 508-987-8885 Refinished Chairs end table, $50. Iron twin bed,
Dinette Set Printer/Scanner $50
2-Speed Hot Tub Pump $50
Tool chest, also other odds (Size 9), Stainless
asking $500 or BO. Call After 5pm $200. Steins, $25. Dolls,
Seating for four w/glass top and ends. Restaurant-Style Pans, Call (860)377-7549 or Natural Or Painted Finish, $25. 2 Bureaus $100 Each
3 VCR’s $50 Each Some Decorated. Singles To
and three bar stools. $500.
2 Microwaves $20 Each Call (508)234-8034 Collector Plates From (860)928-1135 Piano Sets Of Six.
Call Matt at Bradford Exchange, Whitney upright with bench.
(774)535-1799 Call Beverly Mags With Tires Very Cheap! Oak Entertainment Needs to be refinished. $400
Very Reasonable! Solid Oak Set
413-245-4587 For E-Z-Go Golfcart Nancy Center or best offer. 508-764-4493 48” round table w/18”
508-867-3900 Call (508)278-6501 extension, 66x48” oval, 4
Grandfather Clock Lace Wedding Plow For John Deere $250 Samsung 61” matching chairs w/cloth
Walnut, Winchester chime, Garden Tractor Moving 36” TV Picnic Table
HDTV-DLP TV seats, a corner hutch
Designers Mother-of-the- Full-Length, Size 12. Truck Liner For 6’ Bed Sturbridge/East 7’11” x 29” with stand for sale for $1500.
Bride Gown $200
Shop-Vac Brimfield Area Loveseat/Recliner Built To Easily Accomodate Call (508)733-5047 for Electronic Piano
Maroon, $400 Handicapped Persons, appointment. Casio Model# CTK1000
Size 8, Pewter color with Brown Italian Rug (7’x10’) Must Sell Needs Staining. w/stand, $250/BO.
elegant beading, matching Leather Jacket Kid’s Recliner $50
jacket paid $700, Medium, $200
w/Seashell Border You pick up between 9/14 Blue, $50 860-935-9240
Santa Barbara Call (860)974-0236
asking $250. 508-987-1504 & 9/21 Call Jeff at
Hoover Commercial Vacuum Spa/Hot-Tub SOLID PINE
Call (508)885-4303 Byers Figurines (802)380-0844 Pine Headboard & 105 Jets, 7 Person. Upright
Red Cross Nurse & Maytag Atlantis General electric-hot point $100
Therapy Lounge, Neck & HUTCH
Grooming Accordian Player
Natural Gas Dryer refrigerator, top mount-no 7’ Artificial Christmas Tree Footboard Foot Massage, 2 Additional For Sale
$25 Each front, $250. Frigidaire $50 Double-Sized, With Rails. Therapy Seats Plus Mint/Lighted 3 Glass Top
Equipment All Excellent Condition
Used only 6 months. Can be dishwasher, sink mount. Not Also With Matching Dresser Cooldown Area. 6’4”H x 56”W x 19”D
1 Romani Grand Daddy Dryer converted to propane. $600 hard plumbed, $250. General 508-450-1054 & Dresser With
508-757-7796 new, asking $300 or best Waterfall/Volcano, Lights $250
1 Romani Clipper Vac Electric-Hot Point dryer, Mirror. (Different Colors). Starry Call Kim
(B&B Model) Noon-6pm offer. $150. Maytag-Oversized Oak Entertainment Asking $250 Night Blue With Red 508-347-5171
1 42 Inch Hydraulic Call (860)942-3033 Center
LADIES before 8pm.
capacity washer, $150. Mahogany Pineapple Maintenance Free Vinyl
1 Hydro Surge Bather DRESSER
General Electric 10,000 BTU
window mount air
Oak King Bedroom Set Headboard & Footboard Cabinet. One Year Old
Paid $8000 New
Asking $2500 For All Large, With Mirror Maytag Washer conditioner, $150. Samsung
Oak Table Full Sized With Rails. Fair
Asking $6000 Dining Table
508-987-2419 & 2 Armoires & Dryer 5,000 BTU window mount air (3) Craftmatic Twin Beds To Good Condition
(From 1920’s) Will Deliver Rich natural color, oval with
Moving - Must Sell conditioner, $75.00 Desk Call (508)864-8578
$1700 For All Asking $175 trestle base, 43”x70” with
Hand Pump (Negotiable) Excellent Condition
MOVING! 30” attached drop
For Fuel Tank Handmade
$200 Each Exercise Bike
Oreck Vacuum &
Table With Tile Top
Schwinn Electric extension leaf.
$95 508-942-2723 32”x52” Scooter Only $600 OBO.
Lead Chandelier Oak Desk $60 Shampooer $100 Call (774)452-4631
Call (860)429-6632 Contemporary Style Med-Lift Sit-To-Stand Singer Sewing Machine Maple Headboard & Needs new battery, $60. Air
$150 (Negotiable) Electric Recliner Dudley And Much More! Footboard With Rails hockey table, $50. Sony 50” XBR
Heavy Duty 9’ Fisher 508-892-1107 508-949-3025 Twin Sized $50 Flute with case, $250.
Highway Plow Lift Chair 860-974-1396 508-764-3625 (508)764-6560
One-way plow, set up for Large Capacity Tan Fabric, One Year Old MY GOOD-BYE $1100 or best offer.
backhoe or truck, $650. Washing Machine (Like New!) YOUR GOOD BUY Oak Roll-top Desk Pool Heater Sears 7100BTU Lane 2 piece sectional
$450 7 drawers, 7 cubbies, very Air Conditioner with recliner, $1000 or
Fisher Snow-Foil Pipe Heavy $75 Call Anytime to well-cared for BR chest of good condition, $200. Extend your swimming best offer.
drawers, twin beds, dresser, season. Aqua Comfort Heat $75
Duty 8’ Plow for truck Whirlpool Electric Dryer 508-764-3736 Call (508)478-7577 Queen size bed
$500 $75 mirror; LR sofa, end tables, Pump for above ground pool. Queen-Sized with cherry wood
Heavy Duty Hobart Meat Maytag Dishwasher
Memory Foam bookcase, bric-a-brac;
round pine dinette table,
$1000 or best offer.
Headboard & Frame
Grinder. Floor type with large $100 Authentic ladder-back chairs. Oak Table Call (508)347-2764
bowl. $375 $450 Round With Four Chairs Pool Table 4-Drawer File Cabinet $25
Briggs & Stratton 12HP
5 kW Generator Therapeutic 508-347-2203 And One Leaf.
8’, 3/4” Slate Brunswick, Pier One Wicker Table & Sound System
Used Twice! $400
Vertical Riding Motor Engine. NASA Mattress $300
Drop Pockets. Two Chairs With High End Home
$95 All Items “Or Best Offer”
860-928-3858 Queen, $399. Brand new in New Diamond Call 860-963-7880
Removable Glass Top
$95 Theatre With
Used 15” Monitor
plastic full warranty.
Call Tom (978)597-3033
Ring Oriental Sell For $2250 Two-Piece Receiver
Call (508)461-9097 Large Double Size 5 1/2 white gold, .80 Splendors! 860-887-5933 TV/Microwave Hutch Pair McIntosh THX loud
Stainless-Steel Men’s Bicycle carat total (1/2 carat center
stone plus 6 small Framed matted international Pro Wrestling
$75 speakers, McIntosh THX
Home Stereo Sink Giant 6061
23” Frame, 24 Gears,
diamonds) paid $1500.
cat stamps, original Chinese
paintings, Silk sarees, Mats
508-397-5289 center speakers, MX (Miller
and Kreisel THX
Equipment REDUCED! Shimano 105 Derailer. Call (860)928-4661 or Chinese and Indonesian $75 Shenandoah subwoofer, Yamaha
w/Faucet & Sprayer Black & Gold, Ridden gongs, a giant Taiko drum, New Venting Skylight $100 RX-V3200 Receiver,
for Sale Only 4 Times. (860)234-3128 Australian didjeridus, shad- New Closet Doors $75 Wood Stove remote control. Rarely used.
43” x 22” Computer Desk $45 Takes 20" to 24" logs. Paid $6000
Original Cost $800 ow puppets, Egyptian inlaid
Excellent condition. $100
Asking $350 NEW Motorized tambourines and boxes, all Bunk-Bed & Desk $125 Asking $150 or best offer Asking $750 FIRM
2 Klipsch RF-5 floor 508-764-9309 Scooter must be sold to cover veteri- New Tire On BMW Wheel (860)928-4015 Call Ken (508)234-3042
standing speakers. Christmas China From The Scooter Store. nary expenses for our sanc- $125
Yamaha RX-595 receiver, $10 “Merits” Never Used tuary of (4) Saab Alloy Wheels & Shopsmith Saw Speedaire Air
Yamaha CDC-755 5 disc homeless cats with Tires $140 With Attachments
cd changer, Sony RDC-W 508-735-9493 Power Wheelchair Asking $1000 OBO
508-347-6561 medical/age frailties. Retired 860-933-3694 For Sale Compressors
CD-R/RW, 4 component Like new rescue-foster home must 860-774-1950 Includes Wood Lathe, 3 ph 30 & 80 gallon. Onan
stereo cabinet. All New Snap-On raise money to help these Generators 5k W. Scale 1k
Like New PLUS Drill Press, Table Saw,
components Black. *Glass Hercules 3000 Chair Lift Harley Davidson beings. More available; Pub/Bar Set And Converts To Sander.
lbs. Best offer on all listings.
breaking power with Solid Cherry Crib For Van reasonable offers accepted. Mahogany Braided Edge Asking $500
superb sound quality.
Pictures emailed on
Converts To Toddler Bed.
Cost over $5500.00 Collectors Edition 413-245-0459 Table With Center Wine 860-617-0182 Spinet Piano and
Paid $750 firstname.lastname@example.org
request. Best Asking $300 Will sell for $2000.00 Toolbox Rack. Includes Two
offer over $600. Will Include Mattress Call (860)774-5114 Black and chrome with Brimfield, MA Barstool Chairs, Snow Tires Bench
Harley logos & flames. 5, H x Beautifully Designed, 4 P225-60-R17. Tires like $800. Country Blue plaid
(508)868-1619 ($100 Value)
Call 401-392-3171 Metal Steam 3, W 12 drawers. Must be Paddleboats Fabric Still Covered In new, winter ‘07. $300 or best loveseat and chair. $450.
seen. $4000 firm. For Sale Plastic, Brand New. offer. Wilson ladies clubs, bag,
Radiator Covers Contact Dale Unique, Pirate Ship cart, $200. All excellent
Hot Tub Like New! 2 Available Shaped Paddleboats.
Asking $400 Call (508)234-7930
condition. Will consider
Large Two-Level Light (508)943-8692 after 6pm. Please Call
‘07 model; 6 person, 32 jets,
Oak Coffee Table
9.75”W x 54.125”L Suitable For Everyone! 508-987-2798 Snowblowers reasonable offers.
with all options. Waterfall,
22” H New Woodmaster Lots Of Fun! Toro, model 521, electric Call (508)867-8532
aroma-therapy, lighting, with $60 Each Planer/Molder See Boats On Queen Anne start, 5HP, 21”, $50.
cover, full warranty. Brand Good Condition Peter www.adventureglass.com John Deere Spinnet Piano
new in wrapper. Cost $7000,
8’ x 11’ Karastan 508-832-7414 With 18” Drum Sander
Asking $1000 Each
Couch 26” with Briggs and Stratton (Steinert)
sell for $3800. Attachment. 5HP Motor. Two Matching Wingchairs motor. $50.
Call (860)244-9544 Oriental Rug Miscellaneous Weighs 420lbs. Or Best Offer $450 $1000. Sunfish sailboat
New Fringe & Call Call (860)974-1841 w/trailer, $700. Jenny Lind
Professionally Cleaned Items Also, 120A, 2HP, Shop 860-208-9224 Cherry Coffee Table
Solid Mahogany 3/4 bed, $250. Sailboard &
Inflatable Boat $350 Broyhill Shaker Pine Fox Vacuum With All Will Deliver Two End Tables sail (new), $500. Dresser set,
West Marine 9 Ft. Boat With
Oars And Footpump. Call Rich Entertainment Center
Attachments, Hooks Up $100 Dining Room $200. Player piano w/rolls,
Motorguide 47lb Thrust 508-826-2029 w/doors
To All Three. Panasonic 47” 42” Temple Stuart Table printer, $50.
Electric Motor. West Marine Mint Condition. H.D. Monitor TV Maple Hutch Call Karen (508)885-3192
Fits 36” Or Smaller w/Leaf(extends to 72"),
Deep Cell Battery Lionel Train Set TV/DVD/Stereo Books/Manuals Included Excellent condition, great
With Charger. With Layout Table And $300.00 o.b.o. Asking $3500 OBO picture, 4 years young. $500.
Five side chairs and Buffet Square Dancing
$280 Breyer Model Horses Call John Call (508)987-1228 Brown Paisley (62"wx36"Tx17.5 D) Outfits For Sale
508-949-1051 81” Couch Both pieces in excellent Size Small & Medium.
6 Ft Book Shelf Older, For Collector Park Model RV Matching Chair condition sell together for Good Condition, All Colors.
Jackie Kennedy $25 (860)774-3309 Pecan Dining 2002, 12x40 $450 $500.00 $10 A Set
Doll Call 860-774-5262
Modine Forced Hot Room Set (like brand new) on beautiful 508-867-8948 860-935-5981
In original box by Franklin 6 Chairs, Large Table, Large lot in campground can be Whirlpool Electric
Mint. Includes accessories, Mother-of-the-Bride Air Furnace Hutch with Glass Doors, used for a full 6 months (15 Technics Keyboard
display case and stand. Gown 170,000 BTU. Excellent Serving Buffet, And April-15 October every year)
Sony 36” Color TV SX-KN 5000 with bench and Stove
Certificates of authenticity. Deep purple, size 24, condition. Set up for natural Table Pads. Lot paid for until 2097. With Stand, Works Great. stand. Programmed-excellent Kenmore washer & Kenmore
Selling for $100 or best offer. Absolutely beautiful. $100. gas. $600 or best offer. Very Nice Condition. $500. $48,000 $250 condition. $800. upright freezer. $50.00 each.
Call (860)774-7194 (860)774-0464 Call (860)774-3771 774-922-3166 Call Don (508)344-9499 Call (508)885-4777 Call (860)974-1352
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205 BOATS 205 BOATS 286 LIVESTOCK 310 GENERAL HELP 402 GENERAL SERVICES 505 APARTMENTS FOR
010 FOR SALE 010 FOR SALE 17 Foot Glastron Larson 1997 WANTED RENT
St. Croix Whirlpool Tub Sierra 177 4.3 Ski-Boat Bagged Shavings
Pellet Stove $200 Mercruiser I/O
Only 156 Hours On
19 Foot, With Volvo Penta
Engine. With Trailer. Paper Bags. STAFFING Junk Man Brookside
Used Only One Season!
Glass Table $50
Headboard $50 Engine
$7000 3.25 Cubic Feet
$4.75 Each (No Limit)
SOURCE, Inc. FREE BBQ
Still Under Warranty.
Power Steering, Trim
Control, AM/FM Radio,
Pick Up In
Currently Recruiting For:
Removal of Metal,
West Brookfield Machine Operators
Swivel Chair $25
Soft Top, Mooring Cover, Mercury 5hp Rock Valley Farm Material Handlers
Appliances, Affordable 2 Bedroom
w/Glastron Trailer, Skis, Outboard Furniture, TV’s. Apartments For Rent.
5’x8’ Rugs $30 Vest & Etc., Maintenance 508-867-2508 Picker/Packers Construction Spacious, Fully
State Quarters Stove $75
Door $50 Manuals and Supplies
Force 4 rigid inflatable, alum. Assemblers materials Cellars & Applianced.
Un-circulated, rolled. Boxes Table $40 $8000 10ft dinghy, $300. Road king A/C In Every Unit!
of 500. Starting at $21 For More Info Call 295 BUILDING SUPPLIES Fill Line Operators Attics cleaned.
TV Cabinet $50 trailer (dinghy/jetski) 14ft, Starting at $696
per roll. Also Gold 413-245-7501 perfect. $500.
Warehouse Workers Demolition of small
508-347-5782 buildings, Tires.
Presidential dollar rolls. Call (860)881-9052 Harvey Windows CT & MA Areas • On-Site Laundry
Call for more New - Still Wrapped Leaves & brush
information, White Wedding 1980 Galaxy 265 FUEL/WOOD (2) Big 41 1/2 x 57
Screen, Background removed. Small • Basketball Court
(508)832-3029 or • Playground
(508)272-3433 Gown Bowrider Airtight Wood Stove
R.O. Double Hung,
May Be Required!
Furnaces Removed • Pool
Steam Radiator Never Worn 17’ Ski/Fishing., Fiberglass Excellent condition
Both For $300 Check-our-down-to-
Size 8, long sleeves beaded Hull, I/O Merc Cruiser 508-278-7835 Walk-Ins Welcome! INCOME LIMITS APPLY
Covers and lace. Terra mid length Engine. Includes Cover Call (860)963-1929 or Mon-Fri 9am-3pm earth prices first! Section 8 Welcome
vale, cathedral vale, slip. Paid And Trailer. (508)397-1640 Weekends also!
43” long x 40” high x 13” Good Condition. Office Open From:
deep, 37”x40”x13” and $1400 for all, asking $800 or 297 CHILD CARE RECRUITING AT:
best offer. Call Asking $2500 Monday-Friday
24”x40”x13”. All white, in
508-885-5549 WorkForce Central All of Central Mass 9:00am to 5:00pm
good condition. Over $1000 (508)-365-8528 FIREWOOD Southbridge, MA and Connecticut
if new. All three for $400
Women’s & Teen’s 1980 Grady 6 month seasoned Dr. Day Care’s DECEMBER 2nd 508-347-7804
Weekend & Evening
Call (508)832-5546 10am-12pm
Clothing White 24’
$200 picked-up. Part time & Full or Available
Swivel-Top TV $250 delivered
Excellent Condition. Clothes, With 235 Johnston Motor 3 month seasoned Time Rates Staffing Source, Inc. 413-262-5082 Brookside Terrace
Stand Boots, Pocketbooks, Etc. (Overhauled 2004) And $175 picked-up. Free breakfast and lunch. We Offers Medical, Dental,
Holes Claw Break-Away $225 delivered. accept CT care 4 kids. Vision, Life Insurance, 11 Village Drive
Call (508)867-6706 Wood Stove Trailer. Standard Woodstock Call (401)647-7421 Holiday & Vacation Pay! Rozario’s Southbridge,MA 01550
drdaycare.com Referral Bonuses!
Thermo Spa/Hot Vermont Castings Resolute Electronic, Cabin. (508)450-3537
107 Providence Street
Many Extras. Needs
Cosmetic Work. Belding Mill Complex Connection
298 WANTED TO BUY Putnam, CT 211 Nott Highway (Rt 74) (508)764-7675
5 seats with double lounge Leave Message
Firewood Phone: 860-963-2033 x0 Ashford, CT 06278
cover and chemicals Cut-Split Fax: 860-963-2069 (860)487-9000
included. Excellent condition, Wood/Coal Stove 401-487-8677
$255/Green putnam@staffing Computer repairs, sales and
Blue inside. Never been Gibraltar With Blower sourceusa.com
$265/Seasoned office secretarial needs. In Out Of Town
exposed to outside elements.
$4000 or best offer.
Attached. 1986 Bow Rider per cord www.staffingsourceusa.com shop, home or business
$500 BRO 170HP I/O Mercruiser with Order early there may Online Applications service available.
Call (508)248-5426 Class 3 Trailer EZload trailer. Great shape. be a shortage later! ROSS RECYCLING Coming Soon! www.rozariocomputer
(508)765-4840 We Pay More!! connection.com Need Help Managing
Hitch Bike Rack Call (508)826-2926
Three 7 Foot Tall Holds 4 Bikes.
All Scrap Metals,
$500 each or best offer.
$100 BRO 1992 Sunbird Jotel 400F Cars, Trucks 325 PROFESSIONAL Saunders & Need Help With
Call (860)208-1320 or 19’ with trailer Woodstove Batteries, BRANCH Sons Roofing
(860)963-0849 XBOX 360 Cuddy cabin, fully equipped, Like new, $1500. Hearthmate Copper Wire, Talk to the owner
Would be great for someone
Premium low hours on engine. woodstove, great shape,
MANAGER directly. I’m on the job from
with a Mexican restaurant Very good condition. $7,900. $500. Looking for an experienced start to finish.
20GB hard drive 2 wireless Call 508-885-3689 Call (774)696-0387 Branch Manager to excel in
controllers, 1 wireless 64 Tucker Hill Rd. Call Bill Toll Free
Toro Commercial headset, 2 games, (Skate & Putnam, CT 06260
business development and
willing to take a leadership 1-866-961-ROOF
Lawnmower Halo). Excellent condition, 2 1998 16ft Lund Seasoned role in community
Pro-Line Series, With 44” month old. Asking $450 508-765-0100
Deck And Trac Vac for all. Pro-Sport Hardwood 860-928-7165 organizations and participate
in community events. MA Reg # 153955
Collection System. Call (508)278-3317 Anniversary Edition Fish/Ski, Firewood The successful candidate CT Reg # 0609329
90HP, low maintenance Cut, Split, And Delivered must have a Bachelors Fully Insured Free Estimates
Great For Picking Up
Grass Clippings And
trailer, depth finder, full top,
storage cover, original prop,
To Your Home. $$$$ Degree in related field or a References Available
*Now Accepting All Major Providing Realty
Leaves. 100 GENERAL excellent condition. $11,250. $220 Per Cord minimum of five to seven
860-974-1056 years of experience as a Credit Cards*
$1500 Call (508)347-6340 bank branch manager. To Eastern Connecticut &
508-832-7414 107 MISC. FREE This individual will also be Central Massachusetts.
2001 Aquatron Shenandoath responsible for loan 442 LICENSED DAY • ALL PHASES OF
Traditional Fruit FREE WOOD Wood Stove CASH PAID origination, meeting sales CARE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
Wood Dining 18’ with Trailer Great condition. Asking goals, supervising staff and • QUALITY APARTMENTS
For your unwanted ***************
Room Table PALLETS Bimini top, depth fish finder.
Excellent shape, maintained $250. Call (508)987-1475 musical instruments
in any condition!
overseeing the daily
operations of the branch. Per CT General FOR RENT
• TENANT PLACEMENT
with 2 extension leaves, 2 You pick up. Monday thru my mechanic. Only 100 Strong PC skills including Statutes 19e-87b-5g,
arm chairs, 4 sides. Excellent Friday 8am-noon. hours on boat. NADA value Vermont Castings *Guitars*Amplifiers*Drums* MS Word, Excel, and SERVICES
$8630 before extras. Skis, all advertisements for • RENTAL PROPERTY
Stonebridge Press towables all extras valued
Aspen Woodstove Saxes*Trumpets* PowerPoint are also
Daycare Services in
Traditional Fruit Wood 25 Optical Drive 16” Firebox, Glass Front, Top *Keyboards*Pro Audio*Etc. required. ACQUISITIONS
with Inlaid Entertainment over $1200. Buy now. Please send letter of the state of
(located behind Southbridge $7600. Or Rear Vent, Brick Lined. Call: 508-765-9352 36-38 Main Street
Armoire Hotel & Conference Center) Call (860)928-2477
Needs New Top, Easily Open Mon-Sat interest and resume to: Connecticut must
$600. Available From Dealer. (10-6)
The Citizens National Bank include your Southbridge, MA
Oak Computer Desk
130 YARD SALES Was $700 Retail
339 Main Street
Attn: Human Resource
2004 Larson $250 Department
$200. Moving Sale Runabout Call 860-933-9184 Southbridge, MA 01550 P.O. Box 6002 number. ____________________
Upright freezer Saturday 11/29/08 gordonlasalle.com Putnam, CT 06260
$50. 9:00am-2:00pm Bowrider An equal opportunity 454 HOME *APARTMENTS*
281 FREE PETS IMPROVEMENT
Craftsman Garden Tractor Washer, dryer, TV’s 17.6’, Mercruiser 3.0L
135HP I/O motor. Includes
* AVAILABLE *
baggers, mulcher and trailer.
Works great $600.
bookcases, kitchen items, 2005 trir. Full cover w/bimini,
Free 6 Year old Musical Maria Ave.
(860)974-9950 lawn & garden items, much AM/FM/CD player, depth Male Yellow Lab Instruments In 333 SURROGATE 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, First
more. finder. Plus extras. Mint
condition. $13,000. Mix Any Condition MOTHERS
Floor Garden-Style Condo
Troy-Built 4 Call (508)278-9259 Free to good home, raised CASH PAID
sellyourmusicalinstruments.com North Street
200 GEN. BUSINESS with kids, no dogs. Well
Cycle trained and neutered with all Surrogate 2 Bedroom, Second Floor
Gasoline-cultivator. 2004 Sweetwater vet care up to date. Moving
Wonderland Comics Mothers Wanted $650
2 Bedroom, First Floor
203 SNOWMOBILES Pontoon Boat and can’t take.
112 Main Street Established Surrogacy $675
Well kept, 20 foot, seats 11. Putnam, CT Program seeks loving
Call (508)892-8623 2002 800 Polaris 25 Yamaha 4 stroke/< 100 (Ask For Dana) women to carry couples’ Gutter Cleaning Coombs Street
X-Package hours. Asking $9750. 283 PETS 860-963-1027 biological babies 21-45, prior One Bedroom,
Low Mileage. GREAT Shape! Call (508)344-3075 Gordon Music birth experience required, & Repairs Third Floor
TV and Surround $3500 OBO Lovebird Cages 339 Main Street non-smokers, generous From 75 Cents $575
System Call Bob
2006 17’ Maxum Many Types, Includes A
Variety Of Bird Toys.
1-888-363-9457 Available 7 Days A Week!
32” Sony Trinitron TV $350.
Extended warranty good until
Boat Breeding Boxes, Supplies www.reproductivelawyer.com Also: Putnam
2005 Arctic Cat with Karavan trailer bimini & Information. Window Washing One, 2 bedroom apartment.
5/31/09. top w/boot cockpit & bow All Offers Considered. 1st floor, clean, porch, good
Surround system F7 Snowmobile well covers power steering, All Calls Returned. Rooftop Leaf Removal location, parking, no utilities,
including dvd player $400. Low Miles, Real Fast. AM/FM stereo, CD player w/4 Spencer 400 SERVICES
Call (508)943-0089 774-318-1021 Locked storage room
speakers, mercruiser I/O 774-745-0173 774-922-3768 available. $750 monthly.
2005 Arctic Cat 135HP motor. $15,500. $775 with locked storage.
Twin Loft Bed 440 Z-Model (860)974-3334 or 402 GENERAL SERVICES Call (401)710-9046
Built In Desk, With Light. Snowmobile (860)377-0574 Pure Bred Or (401)465-5679
7 Drawers & Bookshelves. Like Brand New! Puppies 500 REAL ESTATE
860-779-2664 $7500 For Both
185 Runabout Over thirty breeds available. Paying Top A&H 501 REAL ESTATE
135 I/O HP w/extended swim
State licensed. Dollar JUNK WANTED River Mill
Two Arctic Cat platform, custom cover, www.laughlinkennel.com For Silver Coins,
Solid Oak with lighted
stained glass canopy, brass Snowmobiles
trailer, coast guard safety
package, used at most 20
Laughlin Kennel Silver Dollars, REMOVAL Village
Call 508-987-7161 Gold Coins,
top and foot rail, 2 chairs,
72” high, 64” wide, 22” deep.
1998 550 Cougar DLX
2000 EFI 580 ZL
Call (508)868-1972 Paper Money. MASONRY N. Grosvenordale, CT
285 PET CARE Very Spacious
$1200 or BO.
Both Electric Start,
Reverse, Liquid Cooled. 2006 Polar Kraft Also Wanted: MOVING 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom
Silver & Gold Jewelry Apartments
Upright Piano 2000 Karavan Enclosed Kodiak V 178 SC And Silverware. CLEANING &
Trailer, Spare Tires, Etc. Great Family Boat. Banks Recommend Us! DEMOLITION ************** ONE MONTH
Package Deal: Tubing, Skiing, Fishing.
860-779-3749 $4500 OBO Excellent On Gas, We Travel To You! EQUAL HOUSING FREE RENT
Utility Trailer Also, Trailers Easily. FREE Honest Appraisals OPPORTUNITY Rents starting at $525
17’8”, 92” Beam Prompt Cash Payments *Must Income Qualify*
Paid $2600 Collet Communicators Yahama 115HP ************** Section 8 Vouchers
Asking $1500 $150 Four Stroke Engine
Selling Coins & All real estate advertising in
Currency At Attractive this newspaper is subject to
508-765-5763 Call After 6pm (5 year full warranty)
Minn Kota Trolling Motor Prices! The Federal Fair Housing Act
860-779-9780 (70lb thrust) Clean Out of 1968, which makes it •Recently Remodeled
Oak China Closet 204 WATER EQUIPMENT Tons Of Extras! This Boat New Owners! L&L Coin Attics, Garages, illegal to advertise any
preference, limitation or
Is Loaded! Call Thomas Cellars, Houses, • Close to 395
Lighted mirrored back. Two 1994 Sea-Doo New Energy! Apartments, discrimination based on race,
$27,000 New 508-450-1282 • Adjacent to Riverside
glass shelves on top, two
Bombardier SP94 REDUCED!!! New Stuff! Offices, Stores, Etc. color, religion, sex, handicap,
familial status (number of Park
drawers on bottom.
Measures Yours For $17,000 Appliances children and or pregnancy), •On-site professional
72 1/2”H, 34 1/2 ”W, 17” D.
With Trailer Beautiful Boat! Must See! Boarding national origin, ancestry, age,
Excellent Condition, Runs Demolition management and
Great. Seat Just Recovered, Dan Kenney Luxury suites, Small Buildings
marital status, or any maintenance staff
Call (860)779-7838 walks, treats, & one on 300 HELP WANTED intention to make an such
Low Hours On Jet Pump. 508-527-3820 ATTN: Landlords preference, limitation or Please call
Has Been Winterized, Will one playtimes available.
Wedding Dress Need Cover. 25 Foot Godfrey
Or House Owners discrimination. This
newspaper will not (860)923-3919
In sealed box. White with $1600 Natural foods 310 GENERAL HELP Clean & for more information
knowingly accept any
veil, worn once. $200 or Call Deb Sanpan Pontoon Reiki WANTED Paint Interiors
advertising for real estate
best offer. 508-965-7077
Boat Flower Essences We Do The Work! that is in violation of the law.
205 BOATS 115 HP Yamaha outboard Our readers are hereby
engine, Royal aluminum Feng Shui 10% Discount informed that all dwellings SOUTHBRIDGE
Weider Pro 240
14’ Starcraft canopy with skylights, dual
batteries with switch, Daycare
Domino’s With This Ad
advertising in this newspaper
are available on and equal BRAND NEW
With Exercera Vinyl
Barbell Set (150#) “Quabbin Special”
docking lights, S/S ladder,
Ski tow bar. $9600.
Daily/weekly rates Pizza 800-844-0034 opportunity basis. To
complain about APARTMENTS!
Comes With Trailer, 18 HP Call (508)943-5682 Immediate Openings discrimination call The 2 Bedrooms/$775.
Brand New In Boxes
$75 Mercury, Downrigger, Training Now hiring drivers for Department of Housing and
Urban Development “HUD”
Call (860)923-3833 Fishfinder, Bilge Pump, 71 Chris Craft 31ft Basic-Advanced Webster location.
toll-free at 1-800-669-9777. Stove, refrigerator and
Windshield, Canopy Top.
Plus Many Extras. Flybridge Cruiser Group or private Full-time & Part-time
Earn excellent money FALL For the N.E. area, call HUD
ad 617-565-5308,. The toll
twin 327 engines sleeps 6,
$2 per foot. New.
$1895 Or Best Offer.
Call For Pics/Details full head and shower, all
fiberglass. $7350. Experienced caring staff
while having fun!
CLEANUPS free number for the hearing
impaired is 1-800-927-9275
508-885-6171 Gutters & Eaves Cleaned
Call (508)333-1790 Tours 10am-4pm
505 APARTMENTS FOR Call (508)765-5852
Wooden (508)949-1330 Leaves & Brush
Quilt Frame 16’ Hurricane Other times by appt. Removed RENT
Johnson Outboard please! Trees Cut
3 Rail System - Folds Tri-Hull Southbridge
Down. 2 Swing Arm Ford 2.3L I/O, trailer, $2500 Motor Sales Pros
Fertilizing & Liming Sturbridge First Floor, Renovated
Lamps Included Trolling Motor,
4H.P. around 1979 model,
have service manual. Bought
508-987-0077 Tired of working bell to bell? Snowplowing
Sturbridge Heights Five-Room Apartment In
Quilting Area Is 18” x 72” Electric Winch, Evinrude on Ebay. Children bought a 205 Federal Hill Earn the income you want
Call Dave 2 bedroom. Heat included.
Stove & Refrigerator
For Photos, Tanks, Bimini Top, and have control of
'96 Conversion Van,
new Mercury for me. Had Road your time. 508-347-7804 First, last and security. Included.
Use This URL: tune up at Action Marine. 508-867-2564 $795 per month.
www.flickr.com/photos/ Black Water Pipe, Ran once. $400. Oxford, MA Comprehensive
1 year lease required.
mlm7154/sets Gas Grill, Chiminea. Call (860)5329 or cell training provided. (Cell) 413-262-5082 Bousquet Real Estate
www.starwoodpetresort.com Call (860)467-4965 Call (508)729-3429 (508)765-5411
Call 860-963-7932 518-480-1143 (508)314-6373
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505 APARTMENTS FOR 505 APARTMENTS FOR 510 525 HOUSES FOR RENT 546 CEMETARY LOTS 546 CEMETARY LOTS 550 MOBILE HOMES 550 MOBILE HOMES
RENT RENT COMMERCIAL/BUSINESS Woodstock Valley Cemetery Lots Sturbridge
Webster Lakefront Home Worcester County Mobile Home 55+
for Sale Memorial Park, Brookfield
2 Bedroom Duplex, Den,
Living Room, Kitchen, Dining
Webster On Witches Woods Lake.
Direct Waterfront, Two Worcester County Memorial Nanatomqua Mobile
1 Bedroom, Ideal
Location, Close To
Southbridge Room. Clean, Quiet For Rent Bedroom. Victorian Cottage. Park-Paxton, MA Paxton Home Park Everything. New Floors,
One Bedroom Apartment A View of The Lake From 2 Lots (#408A) available in 4 lots in the Garden of the (55 And Over)
Neighborhood, Washer/Dryer Carpets, Paint, Windows,
Very Plush & Modern, Hookups, Appliances. One Starting At Every Room! the beautiful Garden of Valor Cross, which is the oldest 2 Bedroom with 1-1/2
Fully Applianced. II. $5,000 for both. garden in the park. Value Shower, Cabinets &
Mile To I-395, 15 Minutes $2.00 Per Dead-End Road, Quiet
Call (508)987-0531 $7000, asking $6000.
Bath, Living Room, Large Counters. Newer Furnace,
To Worcester Neighborhood.
Two Bedroom Apartment Square Foot! $975/Month Plus Utilities Will sell separately. Kitchen, Laundry Room A/C & More.
All Hardwood Floors. First/Last & Security With New Appliances,
Washer/Dryer Connection. $820/Month 9000 sq.ft. Security Required. Call (508)892-8685 Washer/Dryer.
860-933-5765 And Door To Back Porch. $37,500
Refrigerator & Stove. 508-949-8686 6500 sq.ft.
Off-Street Parking. 3400 sq.ft.
860-786-7186 CEMETERY 550 MOBILE HOMES $79,900
Heat & Hot Water Included
1000 sq.ft. 530 HOUSES FOR SALE LOTS: 508-868-4662 Sturbridge Retirement
Two in the Community
Large Three Bedroom 7500 sq.ft Cocoa Beach Garden of Valor 14x70 Mobile Completely Rebuilt In 2002.
Apartment. Living Room, (Free-Standing) Time Share at Worcester Memorial Home New Floors, Walls, Doors,
Dining Room, Off-Street
2500 sq.ft First week in October on the
beach, see the Rockets at
Park in Paxton.
W/56ft addition which Mobile Home Windows, Kitchen Cabinets,
Bathroom. Carpeting On All
(Free-Standing) includes 24x12 den, 14x12 For Sale
Webster Hookups. Nice Yard.
Also: Second Floor, Five
Cape Canaveral. $2000.
work room w/sink and 18ft
porch w/handicapped ramp.
Large hallways/doors, for
12 Conrads Park
Floors Except Kitchen &
Bath. New Vinyl Siding.
NORTH VILLAGE Section 8 Approved 546 CEMETARY LOTS wheelchair. New (860)774-8884
roof/windows. $98K plus Temporary
For More Information 515 CONDOS-RENT/SALE 3 Lots Cemetery Plots at park share. Storage
2 bedroom units Call 508-943-8807 Pine Grove Worcester County
starting at $760!! Bill, (508)347-5463 Retiring? Problems?
Cemetery Memorial Park Think Of A Mobile Home Utilize This 14x70
Heat and hot water Southbridge Whitinsville, MA
All Adjoining, Side-By-Side.
in Heritage I. 2 lots. $1200.
In A Beautiful Park In Mobile Home!
1983 Mobile Home Sturbridge.
Must income qualify.
Webster Condo For Sale By
Good Location Near
Asking $1100 Each
14’x70’, Liberty Brand.
Two Bedrooms, One And
One Half Bath, Deck, Patio,
Large Rooms, Plenty
Of Open Space.
Cemetery Plots First $2500
Section 8 Vouchers Prospect 2 bedroom. Fully
applianced, gas heat,
central air, security
Or $3000 For All 3
508-234-5389 Worcester County Memorial
Park, Paxton; 2 Person,
All Remodeled With
New Roof, New Windows,
And Many Updates.
Takes It Away
Accepted. Park Share Included.
Please call Estates system, storage, elevator.
Rent/rent with option.
Garden Of Faith.
$1400 OBO (For Both)
508-347-8791 Year Round
For Sale Currently Sells For $2100
(508)987-1595 1 & 2 Bedroom Call (774)230-7216 Direct From WCMP. Sunday, October 19th or Winter
Apartments. Worcester County Memorial Noon-2pm
1 Month Free Rent
Park, Paxton, MA.
Garden Of Heritage II, 609B, 508-892-1679 508-867-5043 Sturbridge Home
2 Lots (1 & 2) $99,900 This 1475 sq. ft. 2
Now Available: 525 HOUSES FOR RENT $1500 For Both (Park Share Included) bedroom 2 full bath, fully
Webster Historical Buildings Call 508-347-3884
Two Cemetery Brookfield Charming, Move-In Ready. furnished, like new home
1st floor 3 room, 1 bedroom Must Income Qualify Southbridge Leave Message If No Answer Lots 55 Plus Community. Fully Applianced, C/A, Open inside and out, is in a
apartment newly renovated. SECTION 8 CERTIFICATES Lebanon Hill Area Worcester County Nanatomqua Mobile Floor Plan. Two Bedrooms, beautiful 55 and older
Stove and refrigerator
included. off street parking,
WELCOME Lovely Five-Room, Two Garden of Prayer Memorial Park Home Park.
2 Bedroom, 1 1/2 Bath,
One Large Bath.
Maintenance Free. Shaded.
gated community. It’s
located in Fort Pierce, FL.,
Bedroom Home. Renovated 3 lots, side by side, buy two In Paxton just minutes from beaches
$525 per month. First and
security required. No dogs.
Call & Ready For Immediate for $2000 and get the third
$900 For Each,
Carport, Screen Porch, Monthly Fee $180.
Includes Taxes, Cable and great fishing. Many
Occupancy. free. Choice ground. New Appliances,
Credit check and references
(508)943-9567 A Must See At $900/Month Worcester county memorial $1800 For Both New Roof. TV And More! other extras. $79,900.
Make an offer.
Bousquet Real Estate Why Rent?
Call (860)935-9177 E.H.O. (508)765-5411
park, Paxton MA.
Call Cheryl 508-892-7228
774-262-7307 860-315-7122 Call (508)779-0311
1985 Buick 725 AUTOMOBILES 725 AUTOMOBILES 725 AUTOMOBILES 725 AUTOMOBILES 2006 Volkswagen SPORTS UTILITY
700 AUTOMOTIVE Jetta VEHICLES
Riviera 2005 Buick 2005 Corvette 1999 Ford Ranger 1989 Lincoln Black, fully loaded, leather, 5
Must Sell My Beautiful, Century Coupe Extended Cab Pickup Town Car disc CD changer, heated 2003 Dodge
705 AUTO ACCESSORIES Restored Pride & Joy!
New tires, new brake job, 17K miles, auto,
V6, 4.0L Tuned Up Engine. About 7k seats & mirrors, sunroof, Durango
135k Original Miles. Pretty 131,780 Miles. Recent front, side & rear air bags.
Runs excellent. Loaded. Miles On Engine, Car In Good
4 Cooper Weather Blue With Black Landau GPS, OnStar, etc. Tuneup, Tires, Brakes. Running Condition. $14,900.
ABS, A/C, Alloy, AWD,
Roof. Plush Interior. $5,000 Excellent condition. Runs Well. 7 P.Seats, H.Seats,
Master S/T Tires Mechanically Good. 774-230-0899 REDUCED! $3500 Must Sell As I Am Not Call (508)949-6914 R/Boards, Fully Loaded,
Steel Belted, 205/65 R15 Able To Drive For New Tires. 95k Miles,
$2500 OBO Asking $28,000. (Book Value $6000+) Medical Reasons.
Like New $150 860-923-1848 4x4, 4.7L. $7000 OBO
508-476-1721 2003 Buick MUST SELL! Appx. 30 mpg(Highway). 1997 Volvo Call Rick At
4 Cooper Weather Call (508)397-6409 Can be seen at 7 Church Rd
Master S/T Snow 1962 Buick
Century 1998 Ford in Eastford. Wagon 508-245-5715
Or Rob 508-764-0626
Groove Tires Silver, runs well, A/C, cruise 2007 Dodge Contour LX Asking $1100 OBO Automatic, excellent
225/55 R17 Electra 225 control. Automatic car
Charger SXT Blue. Reliable, Runs Great, 860-974-1190 condition, needs nothing. 2004 Jeep
Like New $200 4-Door, Excellent Running & starter. $3700.
133k. Good Tires, Leather interior $3300 or
508-867-2560 Body Condition. 36k Original 2003 Dodge Ram Only 1,400 Miles, Pearl-Coat
Red, Grey Interior. 3.5L V6, Recent Brake Job. 1988 Mercedes best offer. Liberty Sport
Miles. Light Grey. Silver, 49k Miles.
Evenings Price Negotiable 1500 Lots Of Toys. NO Bank Lien $1700 Or Best Offer
508-892-9212 300 SEL
Call (860)963-1929 or
Call Laurie Extended cab, 4.7L, 4WD, $19,595 OBO cell (508)397-1640
runs excellent, bed liner. Must See! 6 cylinder, excellent CD/AM/FM Radio.
A-1 Condition 508-450-5740 1997 Ford condition, automatic. $2500 Asking $14,200
$8995. Sharon 774-287-2031
Explorer XLT or best offer. Corvette 1988
4 new Yokohama 1987 Chevy Call (508)347-7832
Excellent Condition. New 774-364-1133
High Speed Rain 2004 Dodge 85k Miles, Loaded, 1999 Acura Gold T-Top, Tires & Interior. Or After 5pm
Monte Carlo LS 1999 Buick Park One Owner. $3500 Edition
Tires Light Blue, 2-door hard-top, Ave Intrepid Scott’s Riding Coupe, Red with Brown
Over $11k Invested. 508-886-7184
Ask For Linda
195-50-R15/82V on mint 5 Excellent condition, one Asking $7500 OBO
5.0 V8 automatic, perfect Loaded, like new, leather, owner, only 35,000 miles. Lawn Tractor leather interior, automatic, 1-508-943-1128
Bolt American Racing
Wheels. Fits Accord, Sentra,
velour interior, 1-owner, 122K miles. $4500. $6000 firm. 20HP, 48” Mower Deck, excellent condition. $5000 or
1-508-341-3164 “Look Winter’s
120K miles. Bought new at Call (508)752-8683 With Bagger. $800 best offer. Coming”
Camry, Corolla, Miata, Neon Diamond Chevrolet. Very Call Pat, (508)943-8712
Call (860)963-1929 or
and many more.
Call Tom ask if they will fit
good condition, 1994 Cadillac 2000 Dodge 860-382-5928 (508)397-1640 SPORTS UTILITY 1997 S-10 Blazer
runs great. $2500. VEHICLES 4x4, 2 door, recent parts,
your car. (508)347-9386 Deville Sedan Caravan 1995 Geo Prizm 1990 Mustang GT needs little work, runs great,
Best Reasonable Offer FWD, V8, 4.9L Engine. 110K miles, Red, 4 door good tires, winter ready.
Spencer 1984 Firebird SE 97k Miles.
56,000 miles, excellent
condition. Non-smoker, sedan, recently, Convertible 1995 Ford Explorer $1500 or best offer.
774-745-0173 H06, air, auto locks doors &
Body & Interior.
am/fm/cd, recent tires. reconditioned, new starter, Burgundy paint with Black Sport Utility Call (774)262-8060
windows. Cast wheels, Asking $4100. runs great. top. Runs/sounds great. Just 4WD, Automatic, V-6, A/C,
Hauler Brand Chapman. Best offer.
1983 Lincoln Town Moving must sell quick!! tuned up. Everything works. Tilt, Cruise, Power 740 MOTORCYCLES
Call After 5pm $2500 or best offer. Ready for Spring/Summer Windows/Locks. 138,500
Truck Ladder Rack Call (617)872-3230 508-764-8878 Car Call (508)341-4434 or cruising. $4500. Miles. Dark Green, w/Grey 2005 Aquila 250
Never Used, Includes Extra 20,000 miles, estate car. Call Charlie
Legs. Aluminum Over-Cab 1973 Green 1993 Cadillac Excellent condition. Always
(860)857-4168 Leather Interior. Cruiser
Style, Set Up To Fit Over VW Beetle garaged. $4500 or best offer. 2001 Honda $3000 OBO
356 miles, showroom
Camper Shell. Fits Small
Trucks (Tacoma, S-10, etc.)
Recent Engine, Fleetwood (508)317-7092
Accord 4-Door EX 1997 Olds Regency 860-774-0757
condition, bike can be seen
at 364 Main Street, Oxford.
Good Tires Florida car. 46k miles, Nice solid driver 105K Ask For Art
$300 Best Offer regular gas; 17-18 in city 1999 Dodge V6 Auto With Leather. 118k
Miles. Excellent Condition.
highway miles, loaded with $2700.
Call 860-933-9184 Call (774)280-2630
413-245-3530 27-28 highway. Fully loaded, Grand Caravan Extra Set Of 4 Snow Tires.
moonroof, needs nothing.
Light Blue with Light
Snowplow 1966 Mustang Blue leather interior. $6200.
Asking $1200 OBO
Kelly Bluebook Value $7950
Asking $7200 Call (860)974-3022 1996 Ford 1999 Compo HD
Western 7’ Steel 1971 VW Beetle Call (508)832-3029 or
Call Jeff 508-248-6070 1996 Oldsmobile Bronco XLT Hardtail
Good To Great 774-402-8222 After 5pm 4x4, 1 owner, no accidents, Just Painted, Completely
for information 1989 Camaro RS 508-347-7490 Ciera never smoked in, interior Rebuilt, Must See!
Fits Tacoma 1997-2004
350 Auto, T-Tops. 1992 Dodge 2000 Hyundai Navy Blue, good mechanical 99%, runs perfect,
Green/Grey, brush guard,
Asking $8000 Or BRO
$995 OBO 1995 Toyota Supra condition, a few cosmetic
860-923-9047 Too Many Extras Stealth Accent scratches. Asking $2400. needs rear fenders, $3500.
Twin-Turbo, Stock, 6-Speed.
$3000 Red, Mint Condition. 4 door automatic, well Call (860)928-2624 Call (508)949-1525 2006 Harley
maintained by dealer, sun
Third Row Black-On-Black, Leather, 1985 Merkuer $6500 OBO
roof, window shields and Davidson
Two-Owner Car. 5-Speed XRT4 508-347-3613
more. Original owner is $500 Police 1998 Ford Sportster XL883C
Bench Seat $50,000 FIRM Sunroof Impounds! Expedition
For Ford Expedition $2000
1985 Fire-Engine senior citizen. 29+ miles per
gallon. Excellent condition.
White with saddle bags.
(Eddie Bauer) 1973 Pontiac Red Mazda RX7 $3500.
Cars/Trucks From $500! Only 85k Miles. Eddie Bauer, 2,091 miles. $6000. Also
1967 GMC For listings Blue w/Tan Interior. Seats 8, Harley helmet, jacket and
Tan Leather, Excellent Trans-Am 1.1L Rotary Engine. Call (508)943-5954 800-559-4138 ext. 3468 Leather, 3-Zone Climate gloves for sale.
Condition. 4-Speed, With 455cu. White, Dump Truck Mint Condition. Control, PW/PD, Heated Call (508)949-0621
Fits Model Years ‘97-’02
Burgundy Interior, Original,
Matching Numbers. 90k.
HM7700, V-6, 5-Speed &
Single Owner, 54k Miles.
Always Garaged, No Rust,
2002 Lincoln 2008 Pontiac G5
Brand New! Low Mileage.
Power Seats. Tow Package,
Only Towed Camper Twice 2004 Harley
860-935-0039 $50,000 FIRM
$2500 Sunroof. LS V8 2-Door Coupe,
$4900 OBO Davidson Ultra
(860)428-3478 Runs Beautifully. ***MUST SELL***
Tires & Rims $5000 Bought For $18,000 508-949-2414 Classic
Black custom rims and Corvette 2004 Chevrolet 508-845-9237
this Metallic Silver 2002
Sell For $14,500 5500 miles, $17000.
Yokohama tires, 16x7, 1978 Anniversary 774-230-4485 1998 GMC Jimmy Call (508)943-0242
205/55R16C Black T-Top, 57k Miles.
Monte Carlo LS 2005 Ford Lincoln LS-Loaded with a V8.
Sell $275 or best offer. New Exhaust, Starter, Etc.
Black/Grey, Excellent Automatic transmission, A/C, 1987 Pontiac Sport Utility 4D 2002 Harley
Call (860)974-1043 Condition, 43k Miles. Focus ZX5 power heated memory seats, V6 Engine, 4WD,
$5500 OBO $9500 Silver, Leather, 68k Miles. power windows, power Safari Wagon Automatic Transmission, XLH 883 Sportster
508-713-3513 508-987-1350 Tinted Glass, CD Changer, locks, power mirrors, Full-Sized, One Owner. 80k 9500 Miles, Crash Bars,
Truck Cap sunroof, leather interiors, Miles, Excellent Condition.
92k Mileage, Excellent
A/C, Auto, PW/PS, Cruise. Highway Pegs, Saddle Bags,
6’ 4” Sedco, “Ford Style”, Antique Black 1998 Chevrolet 30+ MPG. Real Clean! alloy wheels, alpine premium
stereo, six disc CD, air bags
$1200 Condition, Loaded.
Asking $4995.95 Passenger Pegs & Pillion,
Fiberglass Truck Cap. Front Balance Of 100k Mile Custom Grips.
& Side Sliding Windows, Jaguar Malibu Warranty. ABS tilt wheel cruise control. Russo Coal/Wood Stove
860-928-6853 Excellent Condition
Locking Rear Door, Clamps 1972 XJ6. Body, paint and New brakes and tires. $2700 $7900 This vehicle is in fabulous Looks & Runs Great.
or best offer. condition, must see. If you Hardly Used.
& Seal. Colored Red. chrome nearly perfect, New
are in the market for a $400 1999 GMC Asking $4500
Taken off Toyota Tacoma Michelin pin stripe tires and 508-248-6863 860-617-7335
Extra-Cab. many spare parts. Lincoln LS, don’t pass this Call After 3pm Suburban SLT
$400 Best Reasonable Offer. 2000 Chevy 2003 Ford one! Even and iPod 508-885-3036 4x4, Leather, 2002 Harley
860-974-1349 Call Tom (Spencer) Malibu Direct Connection... Remote/Keyless Entry,
(774)745-0173 V6, 126k Miles, A/C, Mustang Mach 1 $11,495 obo. 1987 SAAB 900 130k Miles, Good Davidson XL 1200
Truck Rails Power Everything. CD Player. Azure Blue with Black Call 888-457-2333 Needs some work but runs Condition. Dealer serviced, 5000
725 AUTOMOBILES $2000 OBO leather. 18K miles, like brand well. $500 firm. $6500
original miles, many
Chrome Tube For 8’ Bed new. Couple after 2002 Lincoln LS Call (860)928-5116 screaming eagle accessories.
Great Condition 1999 Audi A4 1.8T MUST SELL! 508-612-6398 Red Black, lots of chrome, a
508-762-6773 market parts. $17,500. Black/Tan, Leather, 40k, must see @ $6500.
$95 For Set 82k Miles. 19” Chrome Call (508)987-8486 Fully Loaded, Chrome 2008 Scion XB Call (860)774-7615
GM Chrome Wheels, Body Kit, Custom 1997 Chevy Rims/Grill/Rocker Silver, fully loaded, 8000 2001 Chevy
Slotted Wheels Paint, Plus Many Extras.
Blazer 4x4 2000 Ford Panels/Pillars, miles, have title in hand, Blazer LT 2001 Harley
Asking $9,800 Taurus SES Brand New Snow Tires, asking $12,500.
15”, 5-Lug Bolt Pattern or best offer Used Motor Ready To
3.0L V6, Loaded, Extra Set Of 18” Chrome If interested call Bonnie,
Second Owner, 6-Cylinder,
Electronic Shift-on-The-Fly 4
For Full-Size GM. Be Installed. Vehicle Is
$200 Set Of 4 (508)717-9244 In Good Condition Ice Cold A/C. Rims with Tires. New (508)248-4568 after 6PM Wheel Drive. Very Clean, 1200 Sportster
$1995 Brakes Runs Great, Needs Nothing! Yellow & Black,
454 Complete NEW PRICE $800 2001 Subaru 94k Miles, 22MPG. Mint Condition With New
GM Block 2002 BMW 325ci Call Anytime 1996 Saturn SL Sharp Car! Mint! Forrester Asking $6000 Parts. 3000 Miles.
Convertible 774-230-3504 $13,500 obo Standard, Recent Brakes, 508-864-3846
With Fuel Injection 4-Cylinder, Cold A/C, Great $4950
$1200 Excellent Condition. On Gas, CD System. 774-289-9074 A/C, Roof Racks. Looks 508-892-4495
38,883 Miles. Automatic 2005 Chrysler Very Reliable - Must See! & Runs Great. 2002 White
508-259-8805 Transmission With Sports Pacifica $1495 OBO 1967 Mustang $5,500 OBO 2005 Honda VT750
Shift Mode. Grey Leather AWD, 138k Miles, Mostly Coupe 508-987-3244 Lincoln Navigator
720 CLASSICS Heated Seats. Car Is Loaded. Highway. New Tires, Great
774-208-3313 Loaded, extremely clean Shadow Spirit
289 C.I. 3 speed manual
Harmon-Kardon Sound Family Car, Well Maintained. 1981 Mercedes Wanted and in excellent condition. Mint Condition, Low
1989 BMW 325i System, Premium $6500 OBO
transmission, 63K original
miles, excellent condition. Old Camaros Only 103,000 miles, yes Mileage, Always Garaged.
Red convertible new black Wheels, Etc. Photos Available Benz 240D $14,500 or best reasonable 1967-1969 including parts, that’s low for this vehicle-it Pearl Blue/Metallic Silver
top new transmission, $19,999 Call Bill & Andrea Original Owner offer. Serious inquiries only pieces in any condition. Will should go easy another Flame, Chrome Backrest.
automatic, runs perfect, Contact Josh 860-377-0396 $4,000 please. consider other models. 100,000. Only $8500 OBO. Asking $4500 OBO
$5500. Call (413)245-4587 508-885-7085 860-928-1064 860-774-0587 Call (860)428-9455 Call (860)633-0869 Call (401)578-7142 Call 860-792-0506
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740 MOTORCYCLES 740 MOTORCYCLES 750 CAMPERS/TRAILERS 750 CAMPERS/TRAILERS 750 CAMPERS/TRAILERS 750 CAMPERS/TRAILERS 760 VANS/TRUCKS 760 VANS/TRUCKS
2000 Harley 1987 Yamaha 2002 12x40 Park 2006 Camp Coleman Niagra 1996 Dodge 2002 GMC Safari
Davidson XL883 XV535 Motorcycle Model RV 35’ Park Model Pop-Up Dakota Sport 4.3L, AWD/ABS/Cruise,
Custom 59,920 Miles, New Battery, (like brand new) on beautiful Out Truck Cap Trailer Great Condition! Heat, New Tires, Seats 8, Fr.
Pearl Blue, Screaming Eagle,
Owner’s Manual, Service lot in campground can be Gray, 6ft with sliding front Fully equipped, furnished Inside/Outside Stoves, Pickup Green, Clean
Manual Included. used for a full 6 months (15 window & side windows & with 10’x35’ attached Slide-Out Dinette, 5 speed standard with 2.5 $8000
Carb/Pipes, Forward Pegs, $900 OBO Refrigerator, Inside/Outside
Drag Bars, Fat Boy Back Rim, April-15 October every year) locking back window. Used 2 enclosed room. Heated, A/C, 4 cylinder engine, runs good, 860-963-7484
Call Robert Lot paid for until 2097. months, brand new. Stored friendly neighbors, large Shower, Toilet, Lots Of looks great, has new tires.
21” Spoked Front Rim. Lots 508-987-5167 Storage. Sleeps 6-8.
Of Chrome Added, 1,493 $48,000 in heated garage. Fits Ford field, family activities, access Good on gas. $2500 or best
Call Don (508)344-9499 Truck Super Cab. $1100. to new built in pool, Asking $8000 offer.
Asking $5800 100th Anniversary (508)729-9177 inexpensive comfortable 508-248-5620 Call (860)774-4600 2001 GMC Sierra
2003 Harley 2001 24 ft. Travel living, located in Woodstock Turbo Diesel 4x4
CT. Park open April-Oct. Outdoor World 1994 Dodge Pick Up
1998 Harley Davidson Camper Trailer 2002 Citation $40,000 includes lot. 2009
883 Hugger, 12k Miles. All works, call for details!
assessment and the R.E. Tax
Caravan 94,000 miles, loaded,
Davidson Includes Harley Hard Leather Call from 8am-7:30pm. 31Ft. Travel (508)278-7616 or
(508)450-0689 Unlimted Lifetimes. Includes
High Mileage, Runs Good.
New Snow Tires.
Call (860)753-0185 or
Bags, Dual Seat, Extra
1200 Sportster 15,500 miles,
Chrome, Luggage Rack,
Best time to call
Trailer Free Camping, All Amenities,
RV/Tent Sites Or Rent A
$500 (860)779-1886 evenings
excellent condition, $13,999. One owner, kept on 508-254-0152
registered, many extras! Cover, & Windshield. (508)867-6124 Furnished Cabin, Plus
$5500 site, nice camper, includes
$7000 or BO SEASON ENDING SPECIAL! back ladder, spare tire, 1988 Skamper Entertainment.
1988 F-250 1969 GMC Pick-Up
508-764-8754 508-943-3004 $5,500 or best offer awning, electric jack, sleeps
WOW! All For $900 6ft Stepside, 350 V8 4 bolt
6, lots of storage, huge Pop-Up Camper Transfer Fees Paid! 2WD, automatic transmis- main, chrome stacks, three
Dirt Bike Call Now! sion, 300 cubic inch fuel in-
1994 Harley 1997 24’ bathroom, queen bed, 1 large Asking $1500
Well-kept, Immaculate. 1-407-433-9320 jection, 6 cyl, 75K miles, no
on the tree headers,
edelbrock, much more.
2003 Yamaha YZ 125 Dutchman Pop-Up slide-out in living room &
Davidson Barely Ridden, Never Raced. dinette area. Pictures on Garaged 10 Years And Used
Infrequently. Sleeps 6. Vinyl 760 VANS/TRUCKS
body rot, runs excellent,
Call for details,
Dyna Wide Glide. 19K miles, Excellent Condition. New Camper www.breezybendrv.com
Pull-Outs In Excellent Call (508)779-0216
good shape, extra lights, Renthal Handlebars & Grips. Model 1007 message
extra chrome, forward New Front Tire. Sleeps 6
Call (508)987-1519 for
Condition, Galley-Style 2003 Chevy (774)633-0661
Kitchen With Stove, Sink,
controls. $7500. $2000 Or Best Offer Great Condition. Heat, And Icebox. Furnace And Venture 1997 F150 2003 Isuzu NPU
Call (508)864-3198 Call 860-928-1466 Refrigerator, Stove, Etc. 75K miles, in very good
2006 Enclosed AC/DC Power Converter
With Battery, Spare Tire condition. Asking $6000 or 4x2, third door, six
16 ft Box Truck
2008 Honda Rebel 745 RECREATIONAL Trailer And Carrier. best offer. passenger, V6, 116K, A/C,
VEHICLES 413-537-0619 6-CD changer, power V8 automatic transmission,
CMX250C 7x14, Black, tandem axles Moving, Must Sell! Call Tatyana, windows/locks, tow power steering, power
(torflex) 3 year warranty left 508-476-1767 (508)949-6082 brakes. Runs great, very
Just bought, has 84 miles.
Paid $4000 but too old to
2005 Honda 1989 24’ Terry on axles, one year left on
package, runs great, one
clean, 10 ft loading ramp.
owner, always maintained, all
ride. $2990 FIRM. Rancher 4-wheeler Travel Trailer body. Ramp door, side door,
1996 Chevy recent brakework done, very $10,000.
Call (508)987-6313 Army Green color, extremely Excellent Condition, New new spare tire. Brand new 2004 Sunliner clean, some rust, Call (774)230-1437
low mileage, used mostly for Battery, Tires, & More. condition. $4000 or
T2199 K3500 Pickup dependable. $4500.
2003 Honda yard work. Asking $3250 or Receiver & Sway Bars best offer.
Stable Jack, Patio Awning,
6.5 Diesel, Auto, 4x4, 8’ Bed, (508)277-7829 1998 Nissan
best offer. Must sell. Call (860)935-9154 149k. New Batteries, Tires,
CRF-150 Call (860)779-9756
Included. Must See To Furnace, AM/FM/CD Player, Frontier Pickup
Hardly Used! Appreciate. Spare Tire, Outside Shower,
Front-End Bushings, Brake
Lines, Bedliner, Fuel
Paid $3200 $3400 or best offer. 2002 Featherlite Monitor Panel, Skylight, TV Tank/Pump/Lines, Engine Ranger XLT 4 cylinder auto, bedliner,
Asking $1800 Firm 2004 Honda 508-885-6215
2 Horse Trailer Antenna, A/C, Enclosed Cooler Lines, Clean. Long bed with liner, 3.0 liter Call (508)765-6168
(508)987-0557 Foreman 2004 29’ Extra high and wide. Rear Unit Like New, Very Clean!
v-6, 5 speed auto, 26k ,
excellent condition. $8900.
load, front unload, like new.
1996 Honda Rubicon 500cc Springdale Asking $9500.
860-774-2984 Call (860)963-7458 2003 Silverado
“very low miles and hours”
must sell. baby on the way!!! Travel Trailer Call (508)868-2502 1994 Chevy 3/4 2000 Ford 2500 HD
Excellent condition, must used 25 times tops. $5000 or Super slide, A/C, sleeps 6,
Ton Windstar LX
Crew cab, 6.0, auto, 4x4,
see, loaded. Asking $10,500. best offer. like new, $13,500. 2005 Fleetwood 350 V8, 2WD, excellent
grey, loaded, leather,
Call (860)753-0185 Dual Sliding Doors. Ice Cold tonneau, chrome step, tow
Call Steve (860)963-9030 Call (860)315-7167 PaceArrow 37A RV condition, 190k miles, new
A/C, Tinted Windows, Power package, excellent condition.
Asking $14,000 tires, recent brakes and
1994 Honda 2001 7000 lb Car Motorhome Everything. Runs Great! Call (978)697-0706
2005 Kawasaki 18K miles, loaded, no
30’, Excellent Condition. tuneup. $3000.
Very Good Mileage.
CBR 600 250 Bayou ATV Trailer Circular Shower, Solid Wood Call (774)272-1192 $2250 OBO
Made by CarMate. Asking
pets/smokers. Two slide
outs, tv’s A/C’s & furnaces.
Table & Chairs, Couch Bed. 774-208-3313 1996 Town &
Excellent Condition, 24k
Miles. White & Black.
Less than 30 hours use, mint
$1800. Electric awning & levelers,
Call 702-493-8704 1990 Chevy S10 Country LXI Van
New Chain & Tire.
Paid $3200, asking $2200 or
Leather Sofa and Love
workhorse 8.1L Vortec w/5
speed, lots of extras.
4-Cylinder, 50k Original
Miles, 5-Speed, Red.
1999 Ford 240k Miles, Recent Sticker
& Tires. Needs Exhaust.
508-765-9266 Call (508)867-8434 after
Black. Paid $1000,
2003 Trail- Amazing Condition
Ranger $900 OBO
5 speed, 2WD, 181K miles,
5:30pm Treadmill by Sportcraft
has cupholder, $250.
Cruiser Call 860-928-0395
bedliner, ladder racks, Or 508-259-9403
1200 CC 1998 Kawasaki 10 Foot Travel 26’, queen bunk house, light alloy wheels,
2 Dog Pens
Trailer weight, stereo, micro, A/C, 1989 Chevy 1500 PRICE REDUCED “California”
Mint Condition 750 Xi Sport Jetski $50 for both. heat, 6 gallon hot water, Short bed Z71 off road. $1,800 OBO
Must See Two seater, new battery and Call (860)774-3989 or Excellent Condition, Heater, tub/shower. $8000 firm. $1500 or best offer. Call (860)779-0818 1967 F-250
(860)617-1371 A/C, Microwave, DVD, TV,
$3,000 or best offer recently serviced. Excellent
Refrigerator, Sink, Stove.
Call (508)579-8141 Call (774)280-2480 Service Truck
Call After 6pm
condition. Includes trailer
1995 Allegro Bay Sleeps 4-6. 1996 Ford E-250 with lumbertack. New
and cover. $2500 or best 3/4 Ton Heavy Duty,
860-779-9780 offer. Call (508)234-0252 28 foot diesel RV, 15,000 $3000
1985 Wilderness 1989 Chevy engine, 6x6x10’ (enclosed).
2-3 Motorcycle Trailer
miles (original) sleeps 5, 860-974-0742 Extended Utility Van.
Camper Conversion Van Haulmark 2006 Harley
2004 XL 883 2006 Suzuki $24,000.
Call (860)774-4331 1998 Lance Sleeps 6, Very Good Rigged for towing, southern
75k Miles On Engine,
186k Original Miles. “Dyna” Street Bob, Black
cherry, 2000 miles.
Harley LTZ 400 Condition unit, good condition. $3000 Well Maintained. A/C,
12 foot, pungo 120, kayak
White/Blue, Max Of 20 Hours 2006 Keystone Squire 9800 All Original Paperwork, Call (860)883-4797 Tool Shelves. Great For
with paddle, vest.
Davidson On Bike. Upgrades Include
Full Yoshimara Exhaust,
Sprinter Travel Truck Camper Lots of New Parts.
$3000 or best offer 2001 Dodge
3400 miles, lots of Stage II Jetted, Skid Plates, Trailer 11’ 3” A/C, electric jacks, 3 Call Mike
upgrades, mint Nerf Bars, DG Bumper, 31 Feet, New Tires, Well burner stove/oven, sleeps 5, 860-774-0100 Dakota Sport 508-269-2420 765 HEAVY EQUIPMENT
condition, handles Reverse. Transferable Maintained, Slide-Out, 30 gallon propane tank, Extended cab, Blue, 80K
generator ready. Full dry 1994 Ford F150
great. $7200 or best Warranty.
Serious Inquiries Only!
Awning, Ladder. Sleeps 6.
Dual Cam Hitch, TV, AC/Heat. bath, solar panel, 2 awnings, 2001
miles, very good condition,
bed liner, like new. $6900 or
1980 Ford 555 XL
offer. Won’t last long! XLT 4x4 Xtracab
Call (508)347-8969 $3800 FIRM $17,500 double sinks. $7200.
Call Mike (508)949-9174 “Woodland Park” best offer. Tractor Backhoe
Call 774-230-4350 508-943-8240 Beautiful Custom Design, Call (860)779-7807 Pickup New motor in 1995, many
40’ Park Model Trailer. Looks Good, Runs new hoses, pins, bushings.
Sliding Glass Door 1997 Dodge Excellent! V8, PW, Runs good. Asking $10,000.
Entrance, Full Bath, PL, Cruise, 5-Speed,
Dakota Sport 4x4
Mon. -Thurs. ...9-8 3 Slide-Outs, Sleeps 8
Central Air Power everything, 122K
Winter Insulation Package miles, looks good, runs CAT D8H
Fri. ..............9-6 Paid $47,000 New. good. Rhino spray on 2003 Honda Bulldozer
Asking $29,995 OBO bedliner.
TRX250 EX ATV
Sat. ..............9-5 617-524-6220
Runs Great! Looks Great!
Cable Blade - Power Shift
“Good people selling good cars Call (508)867-3741 Runs Good
in a great community” Sun. ............11-4 $12,000
Waterfront 97 Dodge 860-634-0581 (860)928-3477
Lot With Conversion Van
32 Foot 2004 RV Excellent Shape 1985 Ford F-600 John Deere 450C
On The Tag
$4700 6-Way Blade. Pins, Bushings,
On 1 1/2 Mile Lake, In Box Truck Rollers, Sprockets All In
Beautiful Resort Or Best Offer low miles, runs good, needs Excellent Shape. Engine Has
Is The Price
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Both Vehicles Good on Their Own,
But Hyundai Genesis Clear Winner
When Compared to Lincoln MKS
BY KEITH GRIFFIN
Another turn of events this
week as I look at not one, but
two cars. I had written about
both at their introductions
earlier this year, but had the
opportunity to spend a week
behind the wheel with both,
so it seemed like a good time
to do kind of a head-to-head
comparison between the
Lincoln MKS and the
Unlike some comparisons,
I’m not going to make you
wait until the end to find out
who wins. It’s the Hyundai
Genesis. I think it’s the bet-
ter car of the two. Let’s be
honest, though. Both are
really strong cars. The
Genesis is just a better over-
And the winner is … the Hyundai Genesis
(above). The Korean manufacturer has entered
On the outside, it’s a better- into the near-luxury market with a winner. The
looking vehicle. Now, I’m not Lincoln MKS (right) is a good vehicle, but not
one to judge a vehicle for its quite good enough in a head-to-head compari-
design because it’s such a son.
subjective thing. However,
I’m basing this based on first time it happened.
passersby comments to me. Genesis reduces interior
Sentiment was much noise levels and improves
stronger in favor of the ride and handling with a
Genesis. Granted, it’s an stiffer, lighter body struc-
unscientific poll, but I have ture. The use of high tensile
to go with what I’ve got. steel in critical areas in the
The Hyundai engine is a bet- unibody provides Genesis luxury price tag. At their driven the G8, but I would
ter performer, too. The 3.8- with 12-14 percent higher introductory levels, both say it matches up with the
liter DOHC V6 engine that dynamic torsional rigidity have the technology you previous generation CTS.
delivers an estimated 290 and a lower body structure expect. The Lincoln has the It’s an old vehicle, relatively
horsepower and 264 lb.-ft. of weight than the BMW 5- potential to blow you away if speaking, but I think the
torque. The Lincoln MKS is Series and Mercedes-Benz E- fully loaded. Chrysler 300C beats the
powered by a new 3.7-liter V- Class – despite having a sub- Where does the Lincoln have MKS.
6 engine that delivers 273 stantially larger cabin than an edge? People are used to The Hyundai Genesis, well
horsepower and 270 lb.-ft. of either of those benchmarks. buying luxury cars from this loaded, starts at $32,250. The
torque. (Those craving more Hyundai Genesis has more manufacturer. They’re not Lincoln MKS starts at
power can get a V8 in the interior volume than with Hyundai. Brighter $37,665. That $5400 is going
Genesis.) Neither requires Mercedes Benz E-Class and minds than mine have pon- to go a long way in this day
premium fuel. BMW 7-Series. Frankly, I dered this philosophical and age.
The Lincoln I drove had all- found the MKS to be a little question: how do you con-
wheel drive and weighed cramped in the driving posi- vince people Hyundai can (Questions and comments
4276 lbs. It was, frankly, tion. The rest of the car was produce a near-luxury car? about this review and other
uninspired in the handling roomy, though. The best answer is forget automotive concerns can be e-
department. The Genesis is This Lincoln, which will be every negative thought you mailed to
3748 lbs., which seems to the brand’s flagship, is just have about the brand and email@example.com.
have made a huge difference chock full of technology It. test drive the 2009 Hyundai All queries are answered.)
to me in terms of handling. includes adaptive cruise Genesis.
It’s rear-wheel drive so han- control, intelligent access With the Genesis (first being
dling could be an issue in the with push-button start, key- introduced as a sedan and
snowy winter months we are less entry, adaptive high- later as a coupe – much like
about to enjoy. However,
with the right tires this
should be less of an issue. I
intensity discharge head-
lamps with auto high beam,
the Honda Accord), Hyundai
has a vehicle that comfort- Auto Review
rain-sensing wipers, for- ably sets its sights on and
have to give the edge to the ward sensing system, beats the Lexus ES 350,
Lincoln, though, because it rearview camera system and Pontiac G8, Cadillac CTS
does have all-wheel drive. easy fuel capless refueling. and Chrysler 300C. It even
That’s one major complaint I The Genesis is a near-luxury manages to meet or beat
had with the Lincoln. Under car that is packed full of what Hyundai calls its
hard acceleration, the technology found on cars image target competitors:
engine delivers an almost costing tens of thousands of Lexus GS, Infiniti M, BMW
unpleasant note. It wasn’t dollars more. But, at $42,000 5-series, and Mercedes E-
something I noticed when I for its top-of-the-line model class.
first drove this car back in with all the bells and whis- I don’t see the MKS beating
June. It surprised me the tles, this is not a car with a any of those cars. I haven’t
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