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The Social and ShoppingGuide for Rensselaer County
VOL. LVI OCTOBER 31, 2013 NO. 13
Dining Guide...pg. 9Fall HOME Improvement... pg. 9Local SPORTS.... pg. 7
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Election DayBake Sale atPawling AveUnited Meth-odist Church,520 PawlingAve, Troy.Coffee and
breakfast items available until10AM ~ Soup and sandwichspecial for lunch. Homemadebaked goods - cookies,cupcakes, candies and pies -available all day.Pick up something when youcome to vote - or you can juststop by on your way home!
NIGHT at the RACES
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Races. Horse racing comesback November 2nd ~ Posttime 6PM. Horses are for salefor $10; leave a message at283-4530 with your info., andwe will call you back asap.Horse owners enter free ~ allothers $10 entry horses willbe sold the night of the event~ first-come, first-served.Refreshments and food will besold for a small donation. Hopeto see you all there...questions email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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NAMI HEARTS AND MINDS
NAMI Rensselaer County is excited to announce we are offeringa new program! NAMI Hearts & Minds is designed to helpeducate physical wellness as an approach to mental wellness.It is medically documented that having a mental illness alsodecreases life longevity. Some of the blame goes to themedication side-affects but even more blame goes to life styles.When you are depressed, it often leads to a more sedentarylife and you grab for the comfort foods to take away the pain.The nicotine in cigarettes can also be used to mask some of thesymptoms. We know that these actions also lead to heartdisease, strokes, and unfortunately, also add more mental illnesssymptoms. So, we are hoping to break the bonds to unhealthyliving for better recovery! Please join us at the Krause Centerin Troy on November 7th & 14th at 6:30 pm to learn aboutsmoking cessation, nutrition, and exercise. There is NO CHARGEfor attendees. For more information, please email@example.com or call 588-6949.
FILM SCREENING & DISCUSSION WITH
FILMMAKER BRUCE KENNEDY
On November 2 at 10:30 am, the Rensselaer County HistoricalSociety (RCHS), located at 57 Second Street will host filmmakerBruce Kennedy for a viewing of his work-in-progress filmRighteous Rebellion, an examination of the Anti-Rent War thatonce gripped upstate New York, including parts of RensselaerCounty such as the town of Greenbush.During the 19th century, 300,000 farmers remained controlledby wealthy landowners and an archaic, 200-yer old, semi-feudalform of land and social authority. As a result, without hope ofever securing the right of ownership to the lands they workedand developed, local farmers took up the cause of resistanceagainst the 1% of their day.To tell this unique story, Mr. Kennedy has enlisted the thoughtsand commentary of 30 local historians and descendants of thosewho participated in the rebellion, ensuring that this piece oflargely forgotten history remains truly local. Rensselaer CountyHistorian Kathryn Sheehan was interviewed for the film.As a descendant of Dr. Smith Azer Boughton, aka Big Thunder,a principal leader of the rebellion, Mr. Kennedy will also sharehis familys stories and reveal new and never before offeredinterpretations and insights into the Anti-Rent War.Admission to this event is free and refreshments will be served.For more information, call 518-272-7232 or visit the website,www.rchsonline.org
MARINE CORPS LEAGUE OF TROY SEEKING
The Marine Corps League of Troy, NY is currentlylooking for new members. Come join and stay intouch with fellow Marines. Meetings are held the3rd Tuesday of each month at: Military Order ofPurple Hearts, 121st & 3rd Avenue, Troy, NY 12182.
Check us out on the web at: mcltroy.com. SEMPER FI
STRATEGIES TO PAY
The primary objective of thisseminar is to share valuableinformation with parents thatwill enable them to makefunding col lege as costeffective as possible. Topicsmay include: Balancing collegeand retirement; Using thecolleges money vs. yours; Aidand the expected familycontribution; Scholarships:Types, Tax maximization;College tuition discounts andstudent debt crisis.On Thursday, November 7th,from 6:30 8:30 at ColumbiaHigh School in the GuidanceConference Room. Cost is$5.00 per person. A minimumof 10 attendees is required forthis presentation. To register,please call 207-2150 andchoose option #3.
Evergreen Commons will betaking applications forvolunteers on November 2ndfrom 10:00am-1:00pm.Volunteers are neededevening and days for music,assist with games, 1-1 visits,nail care, and crafts. Anyquestions, please call Lynne at479-4662 ext 432.
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AP OFF-BROADWAY PLAYERS PRESENTS
THE ODD COUPLE
The Averill Park Off-Broadway Players are very excited fortheir first show of the season, Neil Simons The Odd Couple.Come and see the crazy antics of two friends who suddenlybecome roommates. But will their friendship survive their newliving arrangement? Come and support the students as theytackle not one, but two versions of the show. The male versionwill be preformed on Friday, November 1st, at 7:00; and thefemale version takes the stage on Saturday, November 2nd, at7:00. Thats twice the fun and double the trouble! Tickets willbe sold at the door, $7 for adults and $5 for students andseniors. Come for a fun evening of side-splitting laughter atAverill Park High Schools production of Neil Simons The OddCouple.
WORKSHOP TITLED WHAT HAS TWO LEGS
AND LOVES YOU?
A former East Greenbush teacher is coming to the CapitalDistrict to conduct a workshop titled, What Has Two Legs andLoves You? Mimi Brodsky Chenfelds teaching life began in theCapital District, teaching in East Greenbush, Delmar, Guilderlandand the Hebrew Academy.Mimi moved to Columbus, Ohio in 1970 and plunged into theeducation and arts community. She has worked with studentsof all ages, including young children, college students, in-serviceteachers and community groups in conferences, workshopsand classes. She is nationally recognized for her numerousbooks and article including: Teaching by The Heart, CelebratingYoung Children and Their Teachers, Creative Experiences forYoung Children and Teaching is the Key of Life.The Capital District Association for the Education of YoungChildren is sponsoring Mimis workshop on Wednesday,November 6, from 6:00 to 8:30 at the Westmere ElementarySchool in Guilderland.The workshop will be a joyful, arts-rich, playful, active, totalparticipation celebration of accessible, delightful ways to be
with young students in harmony with developmentallyappropriate practices and consistent with curriculum standards.Pre-registration is required and the registration fee is $10 fornonmembers. Please contact CDAEYC@aol.com
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BRUNS. ELKS LADIES AUX. TO HOLD
Brunswick Elks Ladies Auxiliary will hold their Annual Fall CraftFair on Sat., November 9, 2013, from 9AM-3PM, RT 2, Troy.Crafters welcome ~ $25.00 per table. For more information,contact Denise at Dperegrim@nycap.rr.com or 273-1449
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As legislative representatives of District 3, including the townsof Brunswick, Pittstown and Schaghticoke, we are happy toprovide our constituents with a report on actions taken at theOctober 8, 2013 legislative meeting.Along with the October legislative meeting, we are pleased toreport a slight reduction in spending in the legislative budget.The reduction in the budget brings the legislative budget to alevel comparable to the early 1990s, and follows other costreductions in county government.The Legislature approved an important resolution at the Octo-ber meeting that will create a savings for municipalities in thecounty. Under the shared services agreement, municipalitiesin the county will be able to obtain employee health insurancevia the countys health plan.The costs for employee health insurance have been on a sharpincrease in recent years, and we are encouraged this newshared services agree