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  747-9535 ã Fax: 747-9529 C OURIE R The  Weekly Publication that means BUSINESS! ã 13 Broad St, Hudson Falls, NY 12839 ã   email:shoppers1@earthlink.net Vol. 8, No.46, December 2, 2011 Now On-line at, addigest.com Napaul Publishers, Inc. - © 2011 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED PRSRT STDECRWSSU.S. POSTAGE PAIDPERMIT #3GREENWICH, NY Residential Customer MEGA  MATTRESS DISCOUNT WEEKEND CLEARANCE OUTLETSAVE 30%-70% OFF RETAIL! E V E R Y F r i . 10 - 5 ;S a t . 10 - 5 ;S u n . 11- 5   E V E R Y F r i.  1 0 - 5; S a t.  1 0 - 5; S u n.  1 1 - 5 SLEEP GREAT ... SAVE MONEY! E V E R Y F r i . 10 - 5 ;S a t . 10 - 5 ;S u n . 11- 5  ãSURPLUS INVENTORYãDISCOUNTED FABRICSãFACTORY CLOSEOUTSãOVERSTOCK ITEMSãSCRATCH & BLEMISHãSURPLUS INVENTORYãDISCOUNTED FABRICSãFACTORY CLOSEOUTSãOVERSTOCK ITEMSãSCRATCH & BLEMISH GREENWICH - ROUTE 29 - OPPOSITE   HANNAFORD 584-5656 WE DO ALL KINDSOF SERVICE ON EUROPEANSDOMESTICS & IMPORTS. 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December 2, 2011 EXIT 17N, RT. 9, MOREAU, NY(518)793-0153 www.acehomesinc.com 35 Years Experience Bringing YouExciting Homes for the Next Century AA MODULAR HOME CLEARANCE SALE!  (with appliances) Sale includes: Local delivery, crane,interior & exterior trim. $89,900 - $79,900 $79,900 - $69,900 Large Ranch with 7/12 roof, 3bedrooms, 2 baths,amenities galore! Cape Chalet   2 bedrooms, 1 bath, openfloorplan with entireupstairs to expand! 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SchuylervilleInsurance144 Broad St.,Schuylerville695-4665 3 CONVENIENTINSURANCE OFFICES TO SERVE YOU: WE’RE JUST A PHONE CALL AWAY!  North CountryInsurance144-A Broad St.,Schuylerville695-4898SchuylervilleInsurance78 West St.Cambridge677-2110Or Visit Us On-line @www schuylervilleinsurance.comFree Quotes Creative EffectLandscaping, Inc. COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL Schedule Your  SNOW PLOWING  Today!  Landscaping and Much More! AFFORDABLE & DEPENDABLE  Call Today 518-742-9080 Proudly owned & operated by Washington County   Pleasant Valley, 4573 Route 40, Argyle, NY 12809 For more information contact The Adult Home Director  518-638-8274 ext.249  Pleasant Valley Adult Home  Offering quality and personalservice in a beautiful rural setting. Michael “Craig” Campbell Realty Michael “Craig” Campbell Realty Michael “Craig” Campbell Realty Michael “Craig” Campbell Realty Michael “Craig” Campbell Realty  104 Quaker St, Granville, NY 12832 Licensed New York and Vermont Real Estate Broker www.michael-craig-campbell-realty.com The Agency Where YOU’RE #1 -  518-642-2274 COUNTRY RANCH HOMES FORT ANN: 3 bedroom Modular, 1½ baths,fireplace, decks................................................ $95,000WHITEHALL: 10 acres, views, 3 bedroom Modular,2 full baths, 2 car garage, private, wildlife...... $115,000GRANVILLE: 3 bedroom stick built, 1.2 acres,blacktop drive, full basement, 2 car garage... $135,000FAIR HAVEN, VT: 2 bedroom, walk out basement,room to expand. 2 fireplaces, Maple SugarHouse...1.5 acres........................................... $139,000DRESDEN: 3 bedrooms, huge deck, lake views,2 car garage/pole barn, full basement,private............................................................. $149,000GRANVILLE: 1,800 sq.ft., stick built, views,3 bedrooms, 2 baths, full basement,2 car garage, 1 acre....................................... $157,900HAMPTON: Super views, 3 bedrooms,full, ¾ & ½ baths, basement family &computer room. Workshop, garage............... $159,900HEBRON: 32 acres, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,family room, huge deck, screened veranda,2 car garage. Gorgeous barns, pond, stream $269,000WHITEHALL: 187 acres, 2-3 bedroom Ranch,2-3 car heated garage, hunting cabin, pole barn,stage coach barn, stream, trails.Excellent hunting!........................................... $279,000 ONE BEDROOMAPARTMENTFOR RENT. Fully furnished.Utilities included. 518-692-2997.TWO BEDROOMAPARTMENT FORRENT. Utilities included. 518-692-2997.CAMBRIDGE VILLAGERANCH well kept ranch, 2 bedroom,1.5 baths, garage, huge yard,terrific location. $995/mo. 518-232-6884SCHUYLERVILLE APART-MENT FOR RENT: 2 bed-room, large kitchen and livingroom; No smoking, No pets.References required. $600/mo. 518-695-5766.TWO BEDROOM FORRENT includes all utilities:2nd floor, off street parking,large yard, i mile north of Schuylerville. $650/mo. 518-813-7448. No calls after 7pm. FOR RENT: FORT ANNEFFICIENCIES by theweek or by the month.  518-639-5283 or518-639-5399.WANTED: Land to list, large or smallã Country and Village Homesã Farms ã Cabins ã Campsã Water Front Properties We have Qualified Buyers Waiting. www.michael-craig-campbell-realty.com 104 Quaker StreetGranville, NY 12832 518-642-2274NYC BUYER WANTSWATERFRONT HOMEOR CAMP.   Good price.Call Al at Bryce R.E.518-441-4353.EAST GREENWICH. Livingroom with fireplacedownstairs, colonial stairhall,upstairs kitchen, two bed-rooms, bathroom. Garage.$700 plus utilities, security,lease. No pets. ALSO: 2 one-bedrooms, $450 and $600. 518-854-9285.OUT OF COUNTYBUYER WANTS A FARM! Reasonablly priced. Call Al atBryce R.E. at 518-441-4353.NEED TO SELL YOURHOME OR PROPERTY? List with us at a fair price. If we don't sell your home wewill pay your $500. AlKonieczny at Bryce Real Es-tate Call for details. 518-441-4353.RENTAL: One bedroom,W/D, porch,/ to yard. Veryclean. $575/month. Securityand references required.Very clean 518-695-3274 . FOR RENT 2 Bedroom, Very Small,Quiet Dead End Street. 518-692-2974LAND OR FARMWANTED: Top price paid.Out of country buyers. CallBryce Realty 518-271-7630   WE ARE BUYINGCOUNTRY PROPERTYFarms, WoodlandsVacant Lands &Water-frontCall 518-638-6484 or518-747-7722 evesCORLEW REALTY2243 Coach Rd.,Argyle, NY 12809518-638-6473Serving Washington& Warren CountiesSandra Corlew,Broker/ownerHEBRON 2 acres, stream, power, woods. Owner financing: $11,500. HARTFORD 77 acres, open, wooded, excellent hunting, private: $74,900. FORT ANN 48.7 acres, open, wooded: $79,000. GRANVILLE 88 acres, Fantastic hunting! Pond, stream, open, wooded:$89,000.www.michael-craig-campbell-realty.com 518-642-2274WANTED: Standing timber,wood lots. Fully insured. Call 518-692-2109  Schuylerville, NY Saint Nicholas Festival  Friday, December 2   & Saturday December 3   ST. NICHOLAS WILL BE ARRIVING IN SCHUYLERVILLE Fri. Dec 2nd: Lighting of the Memory Trees, Saratoga Town Hall, corner Rt 29 and Broad. Schuylerville Community Theater (SCT) hosts the 2ndAnnual Memory Tree Program and welcomes residents to the Lighting Ceremony on December 2 at 6 p.m. The Memory Tree Program is a unique holiday productionfor this volunteer, non-profit theatrical company. The soft glow of the lit Memory Trees shining in the night brings comfort to families during the Christmas season.Eighteen live, 7 ft Christmas trees were purchased and decorated by community members as tributes to loved ones. The trees will be displayed on the lawn ofthe Saratoga Town Hall on the corner of Routes 32/4 and 29 for the duration of the holiday season. The trees are lit each evening to celebrate the season and honor thememory of loved ones. Rev. Joyce deVelder, pastor of the Old Saratoga Dutch Reformed Church, will give the invocation. Vocal selections will be performed by HollyMcCormack of Clifton Park and Christopher Tucker of Schuylerville, accompanied by pianist Mellenie Booth of Victory. An srcinal Christmas poem written by the lateVicki Wolfe will be read by Lorraine Thompson. Each Memory Tree honoree will be named as Schuylerville Mayor John Sherman officially illuminates the trees. TheMemory Trees will remain lit until the New Year.A free community reception in the Schuyler Room will follow with a special preview of the Festival of Trees and Craft Fairscheduled for Saturday, December 3, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Town Hall is handicapped accessible.For more information, contact Memory Tree Producer Anna Welfley at 695-4732. Sat. Dec. 3rd: Haul out the holly! 2nd Annual Festival of Trees and Craft Fair on Saturday, December 3 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Saratoga Town Hall, corner of Routes32/4 and 29 in the Village of Schuylerville. This event is free and open to the public. Decorated Christmas Trees will be displayed and on sale inside Saratoga Town Hallduring the day. Themed trees may be purchased in 3 ft, 4 ft or 5½ ft heights. A variety of local artisans will be sellingtheir wares. Discover unique handmade crafts perfect for holiday gift giving. There will be family entertainmentthroughout the Festival. Refreshments will be available. Storytelling by Schuylerville library director, Julie Martin,and holiday craft activities for children will begin at 2:30 p.m. followed by the traditional Feast of St. Nicholas paradedown Broad Street in Schuylerville at 4 p.m. The Feast of St. Nicholas parade is sponsored by the SchuylervilleArea Chamber of Commerce. St Nicholas arrives at Rt 29 and Broad St. on his white horse amidst the singing ofcarolers and excited children carrying lanterns to light his way to the village park. When the parade reaches thepark, the story of St. Nicholas will be read, his Piets will distribute candy to the children and the village ChristmasTree will be lit after a short ceremony at about 5pm or so. All merchants will be open offering hot drinks and goodies.All are invited to join the festivities, sing in the chorus, walk in the parade and start your holiday shopping in theVillage of Schuylerville. For more information, contact Festival of Trees Committee Chair Michele Peters at 695-5332.    FREE ADMISSION-GREAT FUN FOR THE FAMILY! me, myself & I60 Ferry StSchuylerville, NY518.695.4867 Napaul Publishers, Inc. December 2, 2011 BROADWAYAUTO REPAIR 254 Route 4 North, Schuylerville, NY 518-695-4746  Rodney Humiston - Owner “WE CAN FIX ANYTHING”  SmallEngineRepair 21 County Route 77 ã Greenwich MotorcycleInspec. Avail.  Martha Sherman-Czuhanich Find Everything You Need For Your Celebration at Byron’s!  SCHUYLER SWEETS -Chocolates-123 Broad StreetSchuylerville, NY 12871 Tues-Fri 1pm-6pmSat 10am-5pm. Sun 11am-4pm www.schuylersweets.com Rte. 29 & Wilbur Ave,Greenwich, NY  518-695-6565 Enjoy One Of The  Area’s Best Holiday Festivals!  “Across from the Washington County Fair Grounds” 42 Old Schuylerville Road in Easton-justover the bridge from Schuylerville. 518.695.2067 JODY’S TAVERN  “Best Food Around!”Great Fun, No trouble!! BOBBY JAMESSaturday @ 9pm! 518-695-5440 ã 518-265-2649 447 Old Schuylerville Rd., Greenwich (Rt. 29, Washington County Fairgrounds) FOOTE’SAMISHSHEDS! # Delicious Pizza # Pasta # Salads #  Steak Bomb Grinders #  Subs #  Parmesan Dinners #  Outstanding Wingsand More... 23 Spring Street (RT 29)Schuylerville, NY  GIFT CERTIFICATESAVAILABLE 112 Broad Street Schuylerville518-695-5900  Napaul Publishers, Inc. December 2, 2011 COUNTRY POWER PRODUCTSCOUNTRY LIVING CENTER  Locally Owned by the Rieger Family for over 40 Years 10 % off Clothing ForKids, Women & Men Locally Made Fiddler’s ElbowGifts - Totes, Mugs, Floor Mats, Door Stops & MoreGarden Flags forall seasons- Garden Accessories, Leanin Tree Cards Rt. 29 & 40 South, Greenwich, NY ã 518-692-1015M-F 7-5:30, Sat. 8-5:00, Sun. 9-5:00 SNOWMOBILES & ATV’SCHAINSAWS, LEAF & SNOW BLOWERS LaCrosse,LaCrosse,LaCrosse,LaCrosse,LaCrosse,TingTingTingTingTingleleleleley y y y y ,,,,,Muck,Muck,Muck,Muck,Muck,GeorgaGeorgaGeorgaGeorgaGeorgaBootsBootsBootsBootsBootsin stockin stockin stockin stockin stockFeedsFeedsFeedsFeedsFeeds&&&&&PetPetPetPetPetFoodsFoodsFoodsFoodsFoods THE HIGHLIGHT ACTING TROUPE will be presenting “AChristmas Wish” on December 2nd. and 3rd . at 7:30 p.m. and Dec. 4th at 2 p.m. “A Christmas Wish” is a story about a smalltown trying to get rid the resident bah humbug. The performancesare held at the Brunswick Grange, Rt. 7 and Rt. 142 (behindStewart’s). Ticket prices are $8 for adults and $6 for seniors andstudents. For reservations call Tina at 518-272-7558. We willalso be holding a silent auction at each of our performances tohelp raise money for our annual fund drive. For more info:Highlightacting.org. 518-237-6936. CHAPMAN OPEN HOUSE- On Saturday, December 3 rd from10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., the Chapman Historical Museum willhost an open house as part of the Hometown Holidays celebration.Enjoy our 2011 holiday display, entitled “A Candy-FilledChristmas,” along with our new exhibit, “Elevating the Everyday.”Children of all ages can participate in a “Greetings from Home”card making activity for our servicemen. For more information,call the Chapman Historical Museum at 793-2826. VICTORIAN HOLIDAY TEA: The Washington CountyHistorical Society will hold its 2nd Annual Victorian Holiday Teaat the restored Rice Mansion of Cambridge, New York on Sunday, December 4th. Two seatings: 1-2:30 and 3-4:30 pm. Scrumptiousscones, savories, and sweets will be served with tea. A committee,consisting of Claudia Blackler, Lisa Boehle, Sally Brillon, DebiCraig, Bill Krattinger, Millie Mizerak, Lois Sheaf, and Co-chairsKay Tomasi and Keith Truesdale, have been busy preparing for amemorable afternoon. Confirmed reservations needed. Contact518-854-9108 or 518-854-3421 The cost per individual is $20.Proceeds will benefit the Washington County Historical Society BOOK SIGNINGS BY ADIRONDACK AUTHORS Saturday,December 3 , 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Willows Bistro. Fiction AmongFriends and Willows Bistro 3749 Main St. Warrensburg combineforces to host seven area authors offering perfect holiday gifts.Stop in for a visit. 10:00 - Pat Leonard; 11:00 - Mary SandersShartle; 12 - Amanda Shaffer & Meghan Lemery 1:00 - Joseph C.Parker; 2:00 - Diane Chase (with special Adirondack activity forkids); 3:00 - Mason Smith. 518-504-4344. SCHOLARSHIP FOR COLLEGE STUDENT STUDYINGAGRICULTURE - The Saratoga County Agricultural PromotionCommittee is pleased to announce a new scholarship opportunityfor college students who are residents of Saratoga County, NewYork. Applicants must be successfully attending and pursuing anagricultural related degree at a college or university and currentlyin or entering their Junior or Senior year. Those pursuing anagricultural career and seeking employment in the agriculturalindustry are encouraged to apply. The recipient will receive a$500 scholarship. For more information and an application contact885-8995 or visit www.saratogafarms.com/resources. Applicationsmust be postmarked by March 1, 2012.BAG SALE AT THE SHOPPE OFF BROADWAY Monthly BagSale at the Shoppe Off Broadway thrift store in Salem on Thursdaythrough Saturday, December 1st - 3rd from 10 am until 1 pm.One dollar will purchase a bag filled with your choice of clothing forthe family as well as purses and shoes. There is still a wide selectionof items available which are perfect for the cold weather. The Shoppeis located in the white house to the right of the CourthouseCommunity Center on East Broadway. Proceeds from this salesupport many youth programs. POTLUCK SUPPER-EASTON NEIGHBORS AID YOUTHPROJECT. Young people from the Easton area are planning to dotheir part to help the hungry people of the world by contributing tothe Heifer International project. Easton Blue Birds 4-H and EastonMethodist Sunday School are joining others to buy farm animals forpoverty-stricken people in the U,S. and throughout the world. sothat they can raise their own food. Representatives from these groupswill be at the potluck supper of the Easton Neighbors on Monday,December 5th at the Easton Methodist Church on Route 40. Thepotluck supper will begin at 6:30 PM.Special treats like homemade soups, sauces and desserts. Silentauction where you can bid on your favorites so you can receive a 4-month supply delivered right to your door. Or have it delivered as atreat for someone on your Christmas list which they can enjoy allwinter. All proceeds will go to Heifer International.Join your Easton Neighbors in an evening of good company, goodfood, and real community spirit just in time for the holidays. All thisplus helping to fight famine in the world! Everyone is welcome.Bring your table service, beverage and a dish to share. More info:518-664-4983. ARCHERY CLASSES: The Warren County 4-H Shooting Sportsprogram will be holding two archery classes. The first class will beheld on December 2nd from 6pm to 9pm. The Basic Archery classwill cover proper stance, how to nock the arrow, drawing motionand technique, and matching equipment to the archer. This class willbe offered to youth ages 9 to 18 years old and is limited to 18participants. An Archery Science program will be held on December3rd from 9am to 1pm. This advanced program requires completionof the Basic Archery course. During the Science programming youthwill use chronographs and Velocitip technology to measure andrecord the speed and energy of an arrow fired from a bow. Youth willlearn about the energy used to propel an arrow and measure itspower. This class is offered to youth ages 10 to 18 years old and islimited to 8 youth.As with all NYS Shooting Sports programs,Warren County instructors are either State or nationally certified intheir area of discipline. Safety is the primary focus of the program.There is a $5 fee per program or $7 for enrollment in both programs.All participants must be fully enrolled 4-H members OR they mustenroll the night of the event at an additional cost of $5 per youth,$10 per family or a $25 family inclusive plan. Each program requiresseparate registration by calling 518-668-4881 or 518-623-3291 orby e-mailing mb222@cornell.edu. CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION -   The Cambridge Valley Chamberof Commerce is delighted to announce plans for these activities andmore as part of its 15 th Annual “It’s a Wonderful Life…Christmasin Cambridge” Celebration. The festivities run from Friday,December 2 to Sunday, December 4. The Parade Route for theFriday night lighted parade has changed for 2011 to include more of Main Street! The parade will step off from Gilmore Avenue onFriday, December 2 at 6 p.m. and travel down Main Street to theCambridge United Presbyterian Church, located on the corner of Main and Route 22. Individuals, families, groups, organizationsand businesses are welcome to participate in the parade and shouldline up at 5:45 p.m. There will be prizes for the best entries. Acommunity treelighting will be held on the Cambridge U.P. Churchlawn immediately after the parade. Santa will be joining us and wewill have the traditional reading of “The Night Before Christmas”and caroling provided by the Community Sunday School. SANTA COMES TO BRANT LAKE-   December 3 , at 1:00pm,Horicon Town Hall, Route 8 - Santa comes to town! Friends of Horicon Library celebrate their tenth year celebration of Christmasat Brant Lake brings Horse-drawn Rides Around The Pond, FacePainting, Decorating Cristmas Cookies, making ChristmasDecorations and Gifts, create your own Chocolate-coveredPretzels..........and say hello to Santa!! Gifts for all children!!
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