Jun 292015
 
 Posted by on June 29, 2015

An anonymous seller has great, “behind the dugout” seats for the Tri-City ValleyCats Saturday, July 4, 6:30 p.m. game against the Lowell Spinners. The Independence Day game ends with a spectacular fireworks display and normally is sold out. (The section where these seats are located already is.)

Five (5) Premium Box tickets are available:
Section 130, Row E — Seats 14, 15 & 16
Section 130, Row G — Seats 15 & 16
The tickets are $9 each and can be purchased separately.
(These were $10.75 each advance purchase and would be $12 each on game day if they weren’t already sold out.)

Aside from great baseball and awesome fireworks, there will be special entertainment throughout the game as the ValleyCats celebrate America’s birthday!

If interested, please contact Debby Gardner at d.gardner@hvcc.edu or 629-8071. Don’t delay; these will go fast!

Jun 292015
 
 Posted by on June 29, 2015

Large, furnished room with private bath and utilities included, as well as use of washer and dryer, utility sink in laundry room, cable TV and WiFi. It is located in Troy off Campbell Avenue.

The room has a TV, refrigerator/freezer, stove, microwave, a cabinet for dishes, etc., table and chairs, closet, full-size bed, dresser, night stand, futon, recliner, coffee table, end tables.

No contract or security deposit required. Available from Aug. 2 through Dec. 31, 2015; $500 per month. This is a perfect set-up for a student, preferably a female.

If interested, please call Donna at 629-8135 or 271-6217.

Jun 292015
 
 Posted by on June 29, 2015

Roberto (Robi for short) is a 7-year-old, male yellow tiger cat who needs a new home.

When his soul mate died about seven months ago, Robi started meowing and scratching himself. He is a “special needs” kitty as the vet diagnosed him with PTS (post traumatic stress). He now wears a collar to help with the PTS and scratching himself, and his hair has grown back. He still meows a lot and may need another cat companion, plus someone to give him plenty of love and attention. He is very affectionate and good with children.

Robi’s mainly an inside cat, but loves to go for walks and car rides. (When going to the vet, he only needs his harness and leash.) He is neutered and up to date on this shots.

If you can help, please reply to b.cootware@hvcc.edu.

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Jun 292015
 
 Posted by on June 29, 2015

Honest and reliable residential cleaner looking for homes needing some TLC. Weekly, bi-weekly and monthly services offered, can also come in for a “spring clean” that includes a lot of extras.

Call Theresa for more information at 928-2388.

Jun 222015
 
 Posted by on June 22, 2015

Anyone interested in making a donation to support the Charleston church shooting victims and their families has these options:

1) by check
Mother Emanuel Hope Fund
c/o City of Charleston
PO Box 304
Charleston, SC   29402

2) in person
Donations may be made to the Mother Emanuel Hope Fund (address above) at any Wells Fargo Bank nationwide.

3) online
www.bidr.co/prayforcharleston

4) text
‘prayforcharleston’ (843.606.5995)

Jun 192015
 
 Posted by on June 19, 2015

I have two items for sale.

The first is a Sony A6000 camera with 16-50mm lens. I purchased it from Best Buy about a month and a half ago, and it has only about 500 shots on it. It is in excellent condition, as you would expect.

Currently, it is on sale for $699 at BB (regular price is $799). I am selling this one for $499. It comes with all of the original accessories, battery, and box and literature.

I bought this as a backup camera for my main camera, and have since run into some vet bills that I need to pay more than I need the camera, so my loss is your gain….

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The laptop is a Samsung model 300U1a  (http://www.pcworld.com/product/1303215/samsung-300u1a-notebook.html). It’s a Windows 7, Core i3 processor, 11.6″ laptop, and it also comes with a full copy of Office Home and Student 2010. It’s been very lightly used, and has the original box, recovery disc, instruction manuals, Office serial number, and adapter. It’s tiny and really light, and a great little computer. It does not have a built in DVD drive (as you would expect on something this small), so you would need an external if you want to use discs to load programs. Other than that, it’s a very complete, very capable computer in a very small package.

I am selling it for $199; it was $699 new at Staples when I got it. (I actually need a larger screen at this point, since my middle-aged eyesight makes it just a bit hard to see for me now, so I am moving to a 15.6″ model instead.)

If you are interested in either item, please e-mail me at  j.wolkenstein@hvcc.edu and I’ll bring whichever item you want to see in for you to check out in person.

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Jun 092015
 
 Posted by on June 9, 2015

2.5 very private acres.
View eastward of Mount Greylock in Massachusetts

Local history: Built in 1923 as the summer home of Angus Gillespie, treasurer of Cluett, Peabody & Co., the Troy-based shirt collar manufacturer.

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For more info and photos, follow MLS link.

http://crmls.paragonrels.com/publink/default.aspx?GUID=52f24ed7-bf6e-41a4-ac0b-e54d653d8830&Report=Yes

Jun 052015
 
 Posted by on June 5, 2015

Hardy and beautiful, the Rose of Sharon is a welcomed addition to any garden. The colors could be white, pink, or light orchid. You will not know their color until they bloom, and I hope you like pleasant surprises.

If you are interested in ordering one or more trees, please e-mail me at m.pettograsso@hvcc.edu by Monday, June 8. Please include your phone number in the e-mail.

Delivery will be made on Tuesday, June 9, from 12 noon to 12:30 p.m. Come to the main level of the parking garage (closest to the security office) to pick up your tree(s).

1 ft. tree   3 for $5
2 ft. tree   $2
3 ft. tree   $4
4 ft. tree   $6
5 ft. tree   $8

You will enjoy these trees for years to come, and they are guaranteed to grow.

Jun 022015
 
 Posted by on June 2, 2015

Sango Sculpture Rose 40-piece fine china set — full service for eight including dinner plate, lunch plate, soup/cereal bowl, and a cup and saucer. It’s a beautiful set in excellent condition without a mark on any piece. Seen on e-Bay for $299.99; now $75.

Contact Tanya Hicks at t.hicks@hvcc.edu.

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Jun 012015
 
 Posted by on June 1, 2015

Her Temple Monologues aims to raise awareness with “White Cloth,” a program about the seriousness of gun violence, on Saturday, June 6 at The Arts Center of the Capital Region, 265 River St. in Troy. The show is from 5 to 7 p.m. with a suggested donation of $10 at the door.

“White Cloth” presents stories of gun violence in the community through skits, monologues, and spoken word. The event, hosted by Shauntay “SoulFlower” Brandon, will include vendors and raffles with a portion of proceeds to support Albany CureViolence.

For more details, please contact Her Temple Monologues at 518-285-0793 or hertemplemonologues@gmail.com.

Jun 012015
 
 Posted by on June 1, 2015

If you have visiting family or friends that you need to accommodate this summer, my home will be available from June 23 – July 28.

I live in Troy in the Emma Willard School area. The house easily can accommodate two couples or a family of four to five. It is very spacious, with front and back porch, and a backyard for grilling, basketball and an inflatable pool for cooling off. (There’s also central air, but it’s not needed often as it’s nice and breezy with the windows open.)

For friends or family of the Hudson Valley Community College community only, a special rate of $100 to $200/per night is offered depending upon the number of occupants and length of stay.

Please contact me at s.millerdouzal@hvcc.edu if you’re interested or need more information.

May 262015
 
 Posted by on May 26, 2015

GMC Sierra 2500 HD – $9,400

2004 GMC Sierra 2500HD extended cab SLE, 4WD, 154,000+ miles, 6.0 engine, Tow & Plow package, Line-x spray bed liner, Chrome step bars, tri-fold bed cover. Remote start. Two sets of good tires. One Owner. Can see truck in Schodack or Albany.

Please e-mail Michele Wiltsie at m.wiltsie@hvcc.edu.

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May 222015
 
 Posted by on May 22, 2015

I have nine, 3 oz cans of Royal Canin Renal LP cat food to give away. This is not regular cat food. It is generally prescribed to cats with renal failure issues.

Contact me at 629-7690 or k.haynes@hvcc.edu.

May 182015
 
 Posted by on May 18, 2015

My grandson, David Wingate, is participating in a dual meet tournament at Albany Academy on May 23  in honor of a deceased wrestler, Sol Jochnowitz-Kahn, and is looking for contributions.

Sol died of Leukemia in the fall of 2006 shortly after graduation from high school. He was a member of the host team, The New York Titan Westling Club, of which David is a member.

The tournament is called “The Match Against Leukemia” and all proceeds from the tournament will be given to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of New York.

David will have seven matches during the tournament. Please help in defeating leukemia by contributing. This is a match none of us can afford to lose, so he promises to give his best and hopefully you will too.

David says “Thanks in advance for your support!”

Sharyn Bouck
Admissions (GUN 211)
629-4580

(Please make checks payable to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of NY.)

May 142015
 
 Posted by on May 14, 2015

11059486_961398717217421_6015278649143781299_nMemorial Day Stars and Stripes
May 17 from noon to 4 p.m.
The American Legion
200 Columbia Turnpike, Rensselaer
Stop by for food, fun, raffles, silent auction & more! 

Hello,
Just passing on information about a vendor show where I will ha sell my quilling, zentangle, recycled crafts and other paper crafts. My mother also will have a table, selling her homemade jams, jellies, relishes and pickles. You can taste test the items my mother is selling!

Here is the link with a picture from my blog:
http://www.staceysmilecreations.blogspot.com/2015/05/vendor-show-i-will-be-participating-in.html

Here is our incredible list of ‪‎crafts people and vendors‬, who will participate.will be at our event this Sunday, May 17th! ‬

A Quiet Bling by Katherine
All Purpose Gifts by Dawn
Arbonne
Ava Anderson Non Toxic by Sue
Barbara’s Delectable Delights
Barbara’s World
Butterfly Hope Boutique
Canalgirl’s Creations
Clever Container by Debbie
Cotton Candy Available!
Court is Crafty
Dolan’s Dogs
EmLynn’s Crafts
Fresh Squeezed Lemonade
Hoops by JEM
Hot Fox
ItWorks Global
Jamberry Nails by Meagan
Jeunesse Global
Jill’s Country Chest
Primitives & More
Kettle Korn Available
Mary Kay Cosmetics by Deb
Nerium by Nikole
Origami Own by Patte
Pampered Chef by DeAnna
Paparazzi
PartyLite by Jan
Photo Booth
Rodan + Fields
Solidago Tarot
Stacey Smile Creations
Stock Lane Studio
Sue’s Stuff
Tastefully Simple
Team BeachBody Coach
The Mason Jar
Thirty One by Jaime
Tupperware by Brenda
Usborne Books & More by Charlene
Viridian Energy
Young Living Essential Oils by Mary
Younique Cosmetics
with more expected to be added!

Please spread the word about our event! It will further benefit the American Legion of Rensselaer’s program to provide gift cards to benefit Veterans in Need.
Thank you – thank you – thank you for your support!

The event contact person is Stephanie Daly at (518) 368-9727

Stacey Kennedy
EOC

May 132015
 
 Posted by on May 13, 2015

Do you love to play Scrabble and want to support a great cause?

Join the Literacy Volunteers of Rensselaer County for the Scrabble Challenge on Sunday, May 31 from 1 to 4 pm at St. Michael’s Church, Williams Road, Troy.

Compete to win prizes with teams of 2 to 4 people; $15 per person ($10 student under 14).

For more information or to register call (518) 274-8526 or visit www.lvorc.org.

All proceeds benefit Literacy Volunteers.