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  • Thursday, December 19, 2013Vol. 52 No. 51 COR

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    Saratoga, New York: Saratoga Arts First Night, the largest New Years celebration in thestate outside of New York City, brings over 70 regional and touring performing groups to over20 venues throughout Historic Saratoga Springs every year. This family friendly, fun- filledevening would not possible without the help of over 200 volunteers who oversee performancevenues, answer questions, and make sure revelers ring in the New Year in a fun and safe man-ner.Saratoga Arts offers First Night volunteers the opportunity to be an integral part of this wonderfulSaratoga Springs tradition. Volunteers can serve as a First Night hosts or hostess for a chosen3 hour shift between the hours of 6:00 pm and 11:40 pm. New volunteers are asked to attenda one hour training session on one evening in December to prepare for the event.As a token of appreciation, all volunteers receive a free First Night Saratoga admission button,and a limited edition First Night poster.Volunteers are asked to sign up early, especially if they have a favorite venue that they wouldlike to be considered for placement. Please visit Saratoga Arts website at http://saratoga-arts.org/firstnight/volunteers for more information, and call Volunteer Coordinator Kate Morseat 518-584-4132 x. 201 or e-mail [email protected] to sign up today.

    Shirt Factory plans four December shopping events;Building-wide gift cards now available

    GLENS FALLS, NY The Shirt Factory Arts and HealingCenter still has two more shopping events planned featuringthe many eclectic shops, galleries and artists housed in thishistoric building. It's not too late to shop locally made for the holidays!Coming up: Friends & Family NightFriday, December 20, 5 to 8 p.m.A festive evening with more than 13 shops open late with spe-cial sales, refreshments and more. As a special treat, a cap-pella groups Primrose Lane and The Skirts will be strolling thehallways singing Christmas carols for visitors. All are invited tojoin us.Last Minute DashSaturday, December 21, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Don't worry, we'vegot you covered: We are open the last Saturday before Christ-mas for your holiday shopping needs. LARAC's Holiday Shopis also open from 10-5 as part of Last Minute Dash. Santa Claus himself is visiting us from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Comeand tell him what you want for Christmas! Bring your cameraand take your picture with him.

    The Saratoga Winterfest 5K Snowshoe Run/Walk will beheld on Sunday, February 2, 2014 at 11:00AM in the SaratogaSpa Park. The following week, Saturday, February 8, 2014 willcome to Camp Saratoga 8k Snowshoe Race at the WiltonWildlife Preserve &Park. Camp Saratoga will begin at10:30AM and is a qualifier for the United States National Snow-shoe Championship.Go to www.saratogastryders.org to download an application orlink to online registration at www.active.com. A limited supplyof Dion Snowshoes will be available at a $5 rental charge.Email Laura Clark at [email protected] to reserve apair or phone Jeff Clark at 518-581-7550. For informationabout the entire Dion Snowshoe Series and for snow updatesvisit www.runwmac.com

    You are invited to the exhibitof artwork by the Stuart M.Townsend Middle School stu-dents on display at the HadleyLuzerne Public Library, MainStreet, Lake Luzerne. Thesepieces are inspired by Matisseand their study of Greek cul-ture.

    THANK YOU CORINTHThe Hat, Gloves/Mittens Tree was a resounding success. Withyour help, the Corinth Rotary Club was able to deliver to TownHall 5 dozen pairs of Gloves/Mittens and several winter hats, foryoung people in our community who needed these items as thecold weather is upon us. The hats, gloves/mittens and somescarfs when added to the many donated coats will keep manyyoung people warm this winter. A Big Rotary Thank You toMemes Florist for allowing us to put up the Hat, Gloves/Mittenstree in her Flower Shop.

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    LAKE LUZERNE MEMORY TREE is lit again this year. If youwould like to add a name, contact Pam 696-5804, or Vick 654-2119.

    DECEMBER IS a month ofcelebrations. The Corinth Ro-tary Club was founded in De-cember of 1957. As we lookforward to the New Year, YourRotary Club continues to planservice projects for our com-munity. 2014 will see anotherYouth Fishing Contest, an-other Community Calendar,and other events that are stillin the planning stage. If youwould like more informationabout the Corinth Rotary Club,we meet every Thursday atDangos on Palmer Ave. at1pm or call President BillDavis at 654-6848.

    THANKSGIVING NOVENA TO ST. JUDE May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be adored, glorified, loved & preserved throughout the world now and forever. Sacred heart of Jesus, pray for us. St. Jude worker of miracles, pray for us. St. Jude help for the hopeless, pray for us. Say this prayer 9 times a day. It has never been known to fail. Publication must be promised. Thank you St. Jude. S.J.R.

    Dec. 29-The Round & Square Dance Assoc. will host a dance(old style country) at the American Legion, Clancy Street,Schuylerville. Dance from 1-5pm. Music by Ole Time Country.Everyone is welcome. Adults $5, 6-17 $2, under 6 free. Casualdress. Information: Linda (518) 638-8905 or Sandy (518) 824-3719.

    Tickets Available for 2014 Rachael Ray Spring BenefitCooking Show

    LAKE GEORGE - The Lake George High School Alumni Associ-ation has started early plans for the Ticket Sales to the 2014Rachael Ray Spring Benefit Cooking Show on April 11, 2014.Tickets Sale Date for 530 Seats will be available on Saturday,March 22 from 9-12 Noon at the Lake George High School MainOffice. Doors will open at 8 am. Ticket price remains at $25.00per person with a 6 Ticket Limit. Request for groups and specialneed assistance may contact Pam Morin 696-7184. People andPet Food Exchange before the Show. Donations to go to SPCA,Purrs & Paws & Local Town and Church Food Pantries. LGHSAuditorium Doors Open at 6:30 pm. Benefit Book Sales in Lobbyfrom 6:30 to 7:00. Benefit Cooking Show with Audience Q & A at7:00 pm in the Auditorium. Picture taking, book signing and recipetasting to follow. Alumni fundraising efforts go to 2nd graduatescholarships, yearly awards and ongoing special needs.

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    The Corinth Free Library will be closed December 24, 25, and26 for Christmas; and December 31 and January 1 for NewYear's. Coming January 2 the Cabin Fever Board Game Club returns!

    APPLICATION TO THE HOLY SPIRIT Holy Spirit, you who solve all problems, who light all roads so that I can attain my goal. You who give me the divine gift to for-give and to forget all evil against me and that in all instances of my life you are with me. I want in this short prayer to thank you for all things and to confirm once again that I never want to be separated from you, even and in spite of all material illusion. I wish to be with you in eternal Glory. "Thank you for your mercy toward me and mine." The person must say this prayer for 3 consecutive days. Af-ter 3 days the favor requested will be granted even if it may appear difficult. This prayer must be pub-lished immediately after the favor is granted without mentioning the favor, only your initials, should ap-pear at the bottom. S.J.R.

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    Seeking Donations for 7th Annual Coat DriveWILTON - The Jones Road Office of Saratoga National Bank andTrust Company is collecting winter coats and other cold-weatherclothing items to benefit the Adirondack Vets House. Donationsfor this seventh annual coat drive will be accepted through thefirst week in January. They can be dropped off during regularbusiness hours at the Jones Road Office, located at the StewartsPlaza on the corner of Route 50 and Jones Road in Wilton. Cud-neys Cleaners has offered to clean the donated items at no cost,and volunteers will deliver them to the Vets House. AdirondackVets House is a nonprofit transitional facility for homeless veter-ans located in Glens Falls. The shelter requires residents to findgainful employment, with the goal of obtaining permanent hous-ing. For more information about the Vets House, visit adirondack-vetshouse.com. For more information about the coat drive,please call the branch at 587-8484.

    We are pleased to let you know there is a weekly Lyme SupportGroup meeting at the Queensbury United Methodist Church, 460Aviation Road west off I87 exit 19 upstairs in Clark Hall 11:30 amto 12:30 pm. 12 step guidelines provide anonymity and a safeplace for sharing and encouragement. Anyone who has Lyme orwho is caring for someone with Lyme is welcome.Feel free to contact Jill Greene at 668-2684 home and 796-5478cell.

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    SNOWBLOWER, Craftsman,9hp, 26 inch, just tuned up.Very good. $275, will dicker. 587-0044. Lve message.

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    GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEA: Hunt seat riding les-sons for all levels. Shadow Rock Farm, quality lessons, training, boarding and sales. In Ballston Spa. Since 1984. Call for special Christmas les-son packages, 518-573-7806.

    UNCONTESTED DIVORCE$895 includes filing fees. All documents prepared and filed. No court appearance.Susan Civic, Attorney 77 Van Dam St. Suite #6Saratoga Springs. 587-4400

    Tuesday December 31st, 5 pm 12 am, Saratoga, New York:Committed to creating an exciting New Years Eve celebrationfor the entire region while supporting local artists, Saratoga Artsis proud present First Night Saratoga 2014. As one of the oldestand largest New Years celebrations in the state, First NightSaratoga is one of the most affordable, family friendly, and ex-citing ways to ring in the New Year in the Capital Region.Saratoga Arts Executive Director Joel Reed says of First NightFirst Night Saratoga has become the foremost New Years Eveactivity in Upstate New York, and one of the larges First Nightsin the country. Saratoga Arts is extremely proud to present thisfamily-friendly and high-quality event that showcases all the re-gion has to offer, while encouraging a focus on the arts and thecommunity.Saratoga Arts brings over 70 regional and touring performinggroups to over 20 venues throughout Historic DowntownSaratoga Springs for this evening of live music, dance, comedy,and visual arts, attracting over 10,000 celebrants annually. Withrock, blues, bluegrass, opera, choral groups, dance, film, andmore, revelers of all ages and interests can ring in the New Yearduring this not-to-be-missed event.Kicked off with the First Night Saratoga 5K Run, the evening of-fers something for everyone. As a Kids in Free Event, which of-fers free admission for children 12 and under with the purchaseof one adult admission button, there are numerous eventsgeared towards children and families. Most venues are withineasy walking distance of Saratogas Broadway, and all venuesare accessible by bus service generously supplied by CDTA.First Night buttons, which entitle the wearer to admission to allvenues and free bus rides during the course of First Night, arean affordable $15 and available at Saratoga Arts, the SaratogaSprings branch of the YMCA, Price Choppers in the extendedCapital/Saratoga Region, Saratoga County Stewarts Shops,Adirondack Trust Banks, and Crafters Gallery at 427 Broadway.Buttons can also be purchased online at www.saratoga-arts.organd picked up the night of the event.

    WARREN COUNTY HEALTH SERVICESDIVISION OF PUBLIC HEALTH

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    Public Health will have the following clinics for the week of 12/23through 12/28. Our office is closed Wednesday December25th in honor of Christmas Day.

    HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL.WARREN/WASHINGTON COUNTIES STD AND HIV CLINIC:****THERE WILL BE NO STD/HIV CLINIC FOR THIS WEEK.****BLOOD PRESSURE CLINICS: Monday, December 23, 11:30am-12:30pm, Warrensburg Senior Meal Site, United MethodistChurch, 175 Main St. Warren County Public Health still has Flushots available. Call for an appointment.

    Have no insurance! Tdap (whooping cough) vaccine availableat low cost for caregivers of newborns. Call 761-6580 for an ap-pointment.You don't have to live in Warren County to participate. Public

    Health has a Childbirth Class monthly. Public Health also has aTravel Clinic for people who will be traveling out of the country. STD/HIV and Blood Pressure Clinics are free. Check our website: www.co.warren.ny.us for information about

    any of our programs or call Public Health at 800-755-8102. Weare also on Facebook!

    Whats Your Resolution? LuncheonSARATOGA SPRINGS - All women are invited to attend aluncheon Tuesday, January 14, 2013 from 12:00-2:00pm atLongfellows Restaurant, Rt. 9P Saratoga. Cost is $13.00 in-clusive. Our feature, Suzann Cannell, will tell us how to set itstraight for now and the New Year. Our speaker, PeggyTraester a worship leader and private music teacher fromBroadalbin, NY, will share her lifes story. Reservations are re-quired by Jan 10th. Please call Ellie at 584-3779 or Anita at583-4043. No membership or dues required. Presented bySaratoga Christian Womens Club.

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    Dec. 22-The Round & Square Dance Assoc. will host a dance(old style country) at the American Legion, Clancy Street,Schuylerville. Dance from 1-5pm. Music by Ole Time Country.Everyone is welcome. Adults $5, 6-17 $2, under 6 free. Casualdress. Information: Linda (518) 638-8905 or Sandy (518) 824-3719.

    Holiday Card Fundraiser Supports Local Food Pantry andSt. Jude's Kids Ranch:

    Queensbury Senior Citizens is having a fundraiser to support theFood Pantry at Family Service Association of Glens Falls, the St.Judes Kids Ranch Card Recycle Program and programs offeredby QSC to its members. To support this fundraiser send a greeting card to QueensburySenior Citizens at 742 Bay Road, Queensbury, New York 12804between now and December 31, 2013. The donation you includewill be divided between the Food Pantry and Queensbury SeniorCitizens. The greeting cards will be sent to St. Judes Kids Ranchfor their card recycle program in January 2014. The cards arerepurposed by children and volunteers and then resold to raisemoney for abused, homeless and abandoned children. Its oneof the many ways Queensbury Senior Citizens gives back to thecommunity and reaches out to help children. Please addQueensbury Senior Citizens Center to your holiday card listtoday.To find out more about our activities in the community or to be-come a member, please call 761-8224.

    The Jewish Community Center at 84 Weibel Ave., SaratogaSprings is adding 2 rollover games to its BINGO lineup. EarlyBird Progressive and Bonus Ball (maximum prize $6000) gameswill be Thurs. evening starting Dec. 12th. Doors open 6 PM andgames start 7 PM. There are both smoking and non-smokingareas. Call 584-2370 for more information.

    New Program To Assist Low Income VeteransSARATOGA CO. - Saratoga County RPC, through its VetHelpdivision, is pleased to announce the start of a new program toaid veterans and their families in their struggle to maintain per-manent housing. The Supportive Services for Veteran Families(SSVF) program can provide monetary relief as well as exten-sive case management for veteran families that are homelessor at imminent risk of becoming homeless. Temporary financialassistance is available for rental assistance, utilities fees, se-curity deposit, moving costs, emergency supplies, child careand transportation. Case management and referral servicesinclude health care, daily living activities, financial planning,transportation, income support and legal assistance. The goalof the SSVF program is to promote housing stability amongvery low income Veteran families who reside in or are transi-tioning to permanent housing in the following New York Statecounties; Washington, Warren, Saratoga, Schenectady, Mont-gomery, Fulton and Schoharie. For more information, callVetHelp toll free at 1-855-233-1117.

    Big Brothers Big Sisters Looking for Mentors

    CAPITAL DISTRICT - Big Brothers Big Sisters is looking formentors in Albany, Schenectady, Saratoga, and RensselaerCounties. We are the oldest and largest provider of one-to-oneyouth mentoring services in the United States. In the CapitalRegion, we have been matching caring adults with local chil-dren for 50 years. Our mentoring relationships are proven tobe a positive influence on the life of a child. Currently, we serveover 500 children, but there are over 100 more waiting for men-tors. If you want to learn more about volunteering, contactBrigette Callahan at 862-1250 x15, or by email [email protected]

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    Seeking Host FamiliesCAPITAL DISTRICT - Since 1952, International Fellowship,Inc. a non-profit organization has been successfully exchang-ing students to and from the United States. Families in thisarea are invited to reach across the boarders and host a highschool aged exchange student for the semester or the aca-demic year. The students come with their own spending moneyand are covered by health/accident insurance. All that is re-quired of a host family is to provide room, board, laundry facil-ities and some tender loving care. Host families can bemarried, single, have kids, no kids- even grandparents canapply. Please visit our website for more information at www.in-ternationalfellowship.org, write to International Fellowship, Inc.,P.O. Box 130, Westfield, New York 14787, [email protected], or call 1-800-647-8839.

    Lions Club Drop BoxesHADLEY/LUZERNE - The Hadley-Luzerne Lions Club hasdrop boxes for your used eyeglasses, hearing aids, cell phonesand printer cartridges. They can all be reused by those in need.Boxes are located at the Luzerne, Hadley and Day Town Halls.And at the Hadley-Luzerne Library and Glens Fall NationalBank. Brewer Miller Funeral Home and the area Churchesalso have boxes. For information call 654-9382.

    Lyme Support GroupQUEENSBURY - Weekly Lyme Support Group meeting, Tues-days at the Queensbury United Methodist Church, 460 AviationRoad west off I87 exit 19. Upstairs in Clark Hall 11:30 am to12:30pm. 12 step guidelines provide anonymity and a safeplace for sharing and encouragement. Anyone who has Lymeor who is caring for someone with Lyme is welcome. Feel freeto contact Jill Greene at 668-2684 home and 796-5478 cell [email protected]

    Volunteers Needed for 4-H Warren County 4-H is looking fora few good volunteers! The Warren County 4-H Youth Develop-ment Program needs volunteers who are interested in starting orco-leading 4-H clubs. We are looking for adults over the age of21 who are interested in sharing their time and talents with theyouth of Warren County. Training is provided and you determinethe amount of volunteer hours you can offer. If you have a specialset of skills that could help make the difference in the lives ofyoung people then 4-H is the place for you. Cornell CooperativeExtensions mission is to enable people to improve their lives andcommunities through partnerships that put experience and re-search knowledge to work. If you or someone you know is inter-ested in volunteering for 4-H please contact Cornell UniversityCooperative Extension of Warren County (CCE) at 518-668-4881or 518-623-3291 and ask to speak with Martina Noone.

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    Food Addicts in Recovery AnonymousSARATOGA SPRINGS - Are You Having Trouble Controlling TheWay You Eat? Are you underweight? Overweight? Obsessed withfood, weight, dieting? You are not alone. Today, there is a solu-tion. Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous (FA) No Dues, NoFees, No Weigh-ins. Weekly Meeting at Saratoga Springs, Mon-day 7 P.M. United Methodist Church-in the Kitchenette. 175 FifthAvenue (Exit 14 Northway) corner Henning Road Local contacts:John 605-3090 Helena 584-8190 www.foodaddicts.org

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    DECEMBER IS a month of celebrations. The Corinth Rotary Clubwas founded in December of 1957. As we look forward to theNew Year, Your Rotary Club continues to plan service projectsfor our community. 2014 will see another Youth Fishing Contest,another Community Calendar, and other events that are still inthe planning stage. If you would like more information about theCorinth Rotary Club, we meet every Thursday at Dangos onPalmer Ave. at 1pm or call President Bill Davis at 654-6848.

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    HOME HEALTH AIDES, Per-sonal Care Aides & Com-panions. Aides Must be certi-fied. Flexible hrs. Competitive pay, team atmosphere. Must have a vehicle and be ready to work. Senior Solutions. 584-1200 or 370-1200.

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    RECEPTIONIST PERM. PTDr. Gabey, Chiropractic of-fice, Saratoga Springs. 17 hrs, 3-6 or 3-7. Must be peo-ple friendly, caring, reliable. 584-1008. Apply in person 550 Maple Ave. Suite 203, Saratoga Springs.

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    Clearwater Chapter of Trout Unlimited Fly Tying Classes

    CAPITAL DISTRICT - Clearwater Chapter of Trout Unlimited will be hosting Fly Tying classes in2014 at St. Josephs Parish Center, 45 MacArthur Drive, Scotia, NY. Classes will be held from7:00pm and run until 9:0pm. Beginners classes will start January 14th and meet every Tuesdayuntil March 4th. (8 weeks) and Advanced Tier classes will start January 16th and meet every Thurs-day until March 6th. (8 weeks). Cost will be $65.00 for TU Members and $80.00 for non-memberswhich includes a one year membership to Trout Unlimited. All tying materials for the classes willbe provided. Students must have tying tools and a vise, however, beginners are advised not topurchase a vise until after the first class. If you have any questions, please call\email Doug Howardat (518) 399-8566 or [email protected]

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    MIDDLE GROVE 3 BR1.5 ba. in 4 family . Patio area. $995+ util. Pets nego-tiable. Call 587-8324 Broker.

    RENTALS

    GLENS FALLS. 146 Bay St.avail. imm. 2nd floor. 1 BR. $695. Call 587-8324 broker.

    CORINTH 2 BR, living room, dining room, garage, washer/ dryer hookups. $750/ month + security. 654-8043

    Garden Homes CommunitiesFOR SALE OR RENT.1 BR, 2 BR & 3 BR MANUFACTURED HOMES,FINANCING AVAILABLE. Ravena 756-7473Brunswick 326-8069 So. Glens Falls 798-5071Colonie 373-0194Halfmoon 373-0194Clifton Park 383-0211Latham 469-8195Scotia 377-4519Selkirk 767-9134/ 767-2367Saratoga Springs 383-0211gardenhomesmanagement.com

    GREENFIELD: $775 Incl. HEAT & trash. 2BR, New carpets, dishwasher, laundryin building. No pets. NO smoking, 893-2786

    CLIFTON PARK EXIT 9.4 room office plus reception area. 1,264 sq. ft. $1400/ mo. + utilities. Call 383-0135

    LUZERNE: One room, all in-cluded, no security, $575. Waterfront, single efficiency, all included, furnished. $625/mo. 696-3300

    MECH. (Willow Glen) 3 BRcountry setting. Elec. & partial heat incl. Avail. immed. Free WiFi. $840/mo. +sec dep 664-3423

    DONT RENT. OWN FOR $564/mo. New 2BR, 2 bath manufactured home. Sara-toga Springs and Ballston Spa area. Hoffman Homes. 884-8383 WanttoLivehere.com

    CLIFTON PK HALFMOON AREA.Quiet area. 3 BR, 1 ba, lrg LR, fireplace, eat in kitchen. Modern. Large deck/ yard. Must see. $1200+ util. includes garbage pickup. Some pets OK. 788-3042

    MECHANICVILLE: LG. 3BR2nd flr. apt. Lg. LR, lg. eat-in kitchen. Stove, refrigerator, dryer, washer hookup. NS, NP. Quiet neighborhood. Off-street parking. $900 + util. sec. dep. required. 664-6993

    TOWNHOUSE, MILTON: Near Global Foundries, Navy 3BR, 1.5ba, gar., yard, Ball-ston Spa schools, w/d, $1000 + util. + sec. 518-664-3514

    CLIFTON PARK.Barney Rd. 1 room office, 344 sq. ft. $350/ mo. all inclu-sive. Call 383-0135

    CORINTH: Sunny, spacious, 2BR, renovated kit. & bath, 1st floor, porch, yard, $800/mo. Incl. hot water.No smokers/pets. 654-2048

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    ROUND LAKE - Exit 111 BR. $150 - $200/ week. Utilities, cable, phone, laun-dry. Call Wini 413-335-6690

    GALWAY SCHOOL DIST.3 BR, 2 ba .beautiful home on priv 1.6 ac lot. Nice neigh-borhood, lrg. storage shed. (small pets welcome, restric-tions apply) $775+ 306-9646

    CORINTH 2 BR. Like new. w/d hkup. Call Broker. VanAernem Realty Associates 361-3240

    HOUSE FOR RENTCorinth 3 BR/ 2 bath farm-house. W/D hkup, wood/ pro-pane heat, 1 acre yard. No pets/ smoking. $950/ mo. + util. + sec. Call 654-9706 and leave message.

    CLIFTON PK.: Luxury Apts. 2 BR ($950) & 3BR ($1150), 2 bath, marble FP, central air, gas heat, W/D hook-ups, many extras. Great location. (631) 974-8468

    ADULT COMMUNITYMinimum 55 years old. Mohican Hill Apts. Ballston Spa. Spacious 1 BR walk-in closets, storage, $700./ $725. Washer, dryer hookups. Low heat costs. No pets.885-4232

    CLIFTON PARK EXIT 92-3 offices, 564 sq. ft. $650/mo. + utilities, low over-head for 3 people. 383-0135

    Clifton Pk Spacious 2-3 BR, 1.5 BA, LR/FR, W/D hook-up, gas heat, garage, NP, NS Close to Shen. Refs. & sec. req. $1,225/mo. 373-8261

    FOR RENT. HOUSES IN Corinth & Luzerne, 3 BR, kitchen, LR, porch, full cellar, w/d hkup, 2 car garage, lg. yard, oil heat. $975/mo. + sec. 654-7527

    MECHANICVILLE Riverside,1st flr. 3 BR, w/d, stove, o/s prkg. NS, NP. Nice. $850+ util. Sec., lease. 664-7801

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    CORINTH. Available 2/01/143 Lakeside Estates. 2 BR, 1 ba. in 3 family property. $695. 587-8324 ext. 203. Broker.

    1947 BOY SCOUT CAMP5 acre lake property. $129,900. 7 new lake proper-ties. www.LandFirstNY.com1-888-683-2626

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    Metaphysical Book Discussion Group SARATOGA SPRINGS - at Woodlawn Commons Sunday, January 12 at 6 pm. New ThoughtNew York hosts a discussion of The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom. WoodlawnCommons, 156 Lawrence St., Saratoga Springs, 518-423-3569. For more information, visitwww.newthoughtnewyork.org.

    Bank Give Back with Holiday EventLAKE LUZERNE - The Lake Luzerne Office of Glens Falls National Bank and Trust Companyassisted multiple not-for-profit organizations during its holiday Community Appreciation Day onFriday, December 6. Lake Luzerne Office Gives Back with Holiday Event. The Office collectedhat, mitten and coat donations for the Lions Club; food items for the Walter Maxfield FoodPantry; and cash donations for Operation Adopt a Solider. The event also included a visit fromSanta and Frosty the Snowman, face-painting, childrens crafts, a performance by the Hadley-Luzerne High School band, food, Warren County Sheriffs Office child fingerprinting, a StatePolice K-9 unit, and various vehicles on display, including a Hadley-Luzerne Fire truck, RockwellFalls Ambulance and a dump truck. The Community Appreciation Day was held in conjunctionwith the fourth annual Lake Luzerne Main Street Holiday Festival.

    Whats Your Resolution? LuncheonSARATOGA SPRINGS - All women are invited to attend a luncheon Tuesday, January 14, 2013from 12:00-2:00pm at Longfellows Restaurant, Rt. 9P Saratoga. Cost is $13.00 inclusive. Ourfeature, Suzann Cannell, will tell us how to set it straight for now and the New Year. Our speaker,Peggy Traester a worship leader and private music teacher from Broadalbin, NY, will share herlifes story. Reservations are required by Jan 10th. Please call Ellie at 584-3779 or Anita at583-4043. No membership or dues required. Presented by Saratoga Christian Womens Club.

    February Snowshoe RacesSARATOGA SPRINGS - The Saratoga Winterfest 5K Snowshoe Run/Walk will be held on Sun-day, February 2, 2014 at 11am in the Saratoga Spa State park. The following week, Saturday,February 8, 2014 come to Camp Saratoga 8k Snowshoe Race at the Wilton Wildlife Preserve& Park. Camp Saratoga will begin at 10:30am and is a qualifier for the United States NationalSnowshoe Championship. Go to www.saratogastryders.org to download and application or linkto online registration at www.active.com. A limited supply of Dion Snowshoes will be availableat a $5 rental charge. Email Laura Clark at [email protected] to reserve a pair orphone Jeff Clark at 518-581-7550. For information about the entire Dion Snowshoe Series andfor snow updates visit www.runwmac.com.

    CRAFTY CREEKERS TO MEET MONDAY NIGHTSThe Crafty Creekers have resumed meeting every Monday night at 7:00p.m. at the Stony CreekFree Library throughout the fall and winter. The group is open to anyone wanting to learn to knit orcrochet, practice other crafts, or work on holiday projects. Snacks are welcome and hot tea andcoffee are always available. For more information, please call the Stony Creek Free Library at 696-5911 or see the Stony Creek Free Library Facebook page for updates on this and other library ac-tivities.

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