Aug 212017
 
 Posted by on August 21, 2017

HP Spectre x2 Detachable 12-a001dx
with 6th generation Intel core and 128 GB solid state drive

  • 4096 MB
  • DDR3 SD RAM
  • Windows 10
  • Touch screen, multi-touched enabled
  • Like new, used twice
  • Asking $600

Contact Bev Cootware at b.cootware@hvcc.edu.

Aug 172017
 
 Posted by on August 17, 2017

2004 Ford Focus hatchback available now to start classes at Hudson Valley, high school, or a local job!

  • 129K miles
  • owned for past 5 1/2 years and most recent 40K miles
  • reliable, well-maintained
  • in its prime, a Consumer Reports recommended used car (why we bought it in 2012!)
  • hatchback holds plenty of gear
  • interior is clean and in good shape
  • body is in good shape for its age
  • $1,800

Contact Brenda Hazard to arrange to view on campus starting Monday, August 21.

Aug 172017
 
 Posted by on August 17, 2017

You Died How?, the first in a series of new tours to be presented by Friends of Oakwood, is scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 22 at the Oakwood Cemetery. A variety of topics are planned for the new tours that each will explore a different section of the historic cemetery.

This tour, led by historian Kahty Sheehan, shares fascinating stories of how some “residents” at Oakwood departed this life: drowning, consumption, poisoning, childbirth, suicide by beer, gunshot, lost at sea, the list goes on… Don’t miss it!

Please register at 1-800-556-6273 and pay ($15/person) upon arrival. Participants meet at the Gardner Earl Chapel flagpole at the 186 Oakwood Ave. entrance to the cemetery.

The Friends of Oakwood is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to supporting the not-for-profit, non-sectarian 19th-Century cemetery and its historic chapel.

Aug 142017
 
 Posted by on August 14, 2017

I am walking in the Rensselaer County Relay for Life on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017.

The purpose of this relay is to remember loved ones lost to cancer, honor cancer survivors, and raise money to help the American Cancer Society make a global impact on cancer. If you would like to sponsor me by making a donation, please click here to reach my American Cancer Society Relay for Life page, then click on “donate.” If you would like to join my team to walk, please click on “join my team.” The name of the team is “Beth’s Brigade.”

Thank you for your consideration of this important event, seeking awareness and fighting for a cure for cancer.

Sincerely,
Tara Isopo

Aug 142017
 
 Posted by on August 14, 2017

In Awe of you Lace Pencil dress by Ark & Co. (tag on) ladies small; asking $45

Twinkle Twinkle embellished dress in mint by Minuet (tag on), ladies small; asking $50

Mia Lace Sheath Dress  by NIKIBIKIS , black (tag on), ladies small; asking $45

Contact Bev at b.cootware@hvcc.edu.

 

Aug 142017
 
 Posted by on August 14, 2017

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My sister adopted a beautiful cat in June, and unfortunately it has turned out that she is extremely allergic. I have been keeping him at my apartment, but my lease does not allow pets. He is a white, neutered male, 2-3 years old, up to date on shots, extremely friendly who   loves to play and cuddle. I hate to have to rehome him, but our situation just doesn’t allow us to keep him right now and I do not want to bring him back to the shelter. I have a new litter box that can go with him, also. If you are interested, please email ksrenter@gmail.com.

Aug 092017
 
 Posted by on August 9, 2017

Recently, many Troy residents have noticed leaf spots and early defoliation from trees in our region. These symptoms are caused by Tar Spot of Maple (rhytisma), a fungus which affects the leaves of specific species of Maple trees in our city and region. Tar Spot rarely causes lasting damage to the tree, but heavy infections may result in leaves dropping early.

The Mayor’s Office has developed a fact sheet with assistance from the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rensselaer County which outlines symptoms of the infection and what you can do to combat Tar Spot to prevent additional trees being infected in the future. We encourage you to share this flyer with your friends, family and neighbors.

For more information or additional resources on the Tar Spot of Maple, please contact Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rensselaer County at (518) 272-4210 or visit www.cce.cornell.edu.

Aug 082017
 
 Posted by on August 8, 2017

Don’t miss a chance to see the Yankees play the Mets during a Subway Series evening game on Tuesday, Aug. 15!

The trip includes bus transportation (with AC, movies, games and prizes), meal and beverages, tickets to the game and lots of fun for $99/person!

Call (518) 371-3737 to reserve your seats!

Aug 082017
 
 Posted by on August 8, 2017

The Friends of Oakwood, a non-profit, volunteer organizations, hosts a full moon tour with Heidi Klinowski from 6 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 9. The original date, Aug. 7, was cancelled due to rain.

Attendees should register at 1-800-556-6273 and pay upon arrival with cash or check ($15 per person) using the Oakwood Avenue entrance to the cemetery.

The tour includes the Gardner Earl Chapel to take advantage of the western sun on the Tiffany windows, and visits to grave sites of several notable, sometimes infamous, 19th century Troy citizens. Participants learn about the financier who left his bride in the church, the disgruntled housewife, the depressed brewer, the factory fire that rivaled the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire, the Civil War general who never lost a battle, and the man with two wives. Bring a camera to capture sunset photos at the overlook.

Check Oakwood’s Facebook page for updates if weather is a concern: Oakwood Cemetery Troy NY.

Aug 012017
 
 Posted by on August 1, 2017

Moving boxes available for FREE. Must pick up in East Greenbush.

Boxes include:

  • 2 – universal flat screen TV boxes
  • 3 – boxes for glasses and stemware
  • dozens of book, small, medium & large packing boxes
  • lots of packing paper

Contact Heather at 495-6337.

Jul 312017
 
 Posted by on July 31, 2017

Local historian Michael Barrett will present the scandalous details of the life of Russell Sage, just in time for Sage’s birthday anniversary, at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 4 at the Gardner Earl Chapel in Oakwood Cemetery. The event is sponsored by Friends of Oakwood.

There’s more to the man than the college that bears his name. Come and hear “Russell Sage, The Money King” featuring tales of incredible wealth in the Gilded Age, financial manipulation of the 19th-century economic marketplace and one of the greatest stories of philanthropic retaliation in American history. Light refreshments will follow.

Admission is $10 per person. Please register at 1-800-556-6273 and pay upon arrival. Use the Oakwood Avenue cemetery entrance (GPS 186 Oakwood Ave.); other gates will be closed.

Jul 312017
 
 Posted by on July 31, 2017

Temperware by Lenox in the brown floral Magic Garden pattern

This dish set was mine growing up, and I’m ready to let someone else enjoy its charms! You’ll get everything pictured at the link below, which will include plates, cereal bowls, serving dishes, creamer, mugs and MORE!

Here’s a picture of a coffee mug and saucer so you can see the colors and pattern.

Magic Garden

Complete list:
1 2.5 quart covered casserole dish
1 gravy boat
1 creamer-like new!
1 sugar bowl
4 coffee cups and 4 saucers
2 dinner plates
1 serving bowl
2 salad plates
2 cereal bowls

I’d like to sell all of it and not individual pieces.

Please email Kristen at k.stiegler@hvcc.edu for more information.

 

Jul 272017
 
 Posted by on July 27, 2017

The Friends of Oakwood Cemetery host Spirits Under The Stars, a wine tasting party, from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 3 that features wines from the Capoccia Winery and Brookview Station Winery, as well as hors d’oeuvres and desserts served in the Gardner Earl Chapel, a National Historic Landmark.

A popular wedding venue, the chapel has stunning stained glass windows and a unique interior. Attendees can view the Cohoes Falls and watch the sunset from the best vantage point in Rensselaer County on the chapel porch.

Each ticket holder receives several tastings plus a glass of your choice of one wine and a chance to win door prizes. Wines also are available for purchase.

Tickets for Spirits Under the Stars are available through Eventbrite.com at $35 per person, $60 per couple, $20 designated driver. (Pay at Eventbrite by July 31 or call !-800-556-6273 by Aug. 1 to register and pay upon arrival.)

Jul 262017
 
 Posted by on July 26, 2017

I hate doing this. My niece developed a pretty severe allergy to cats, so I took in their cats — Olaf and Chloe (orange tiger), but it is not working out with my cats at all.

I am completely against bringing them to the shelter, so I want to make sure they are going to good, loving homes. They are such sweethearts! Olaf is very independent and Chloe loves to be with you and is a complete cuddle bug. Olaf is a 2-year-old male and Chloe is an “old lady” at eight years old. They are both fixed, are indoor/outdoor cats and completely litter box trained. They get along with dogs and are very child friendly. They came from a home with a 5- and 3-year-old.

Please contact Jenn Draper at j.draper@hvcc.edu or 629-7633.

 

 

Jul 242017
 
 Posted by on July 24, 2017

I have two pairs of girls yoga pants (raspberry pink & slate blue), size 12. Purchased from PRIMARY.com, neither have been worn and still are in the original packaging.

Purchased for $16 each; selling for $10 each, or both for $15!

Contact Jennifer at 629-7566 or j.moran@hvcc.edu.

Jul 202017
 
 Posted by on July 20, 2017

Adorable bungalow located in Scotia for sale!

This is a great starter home with four bedrooms, one bath that is within walking distance of Jumpin’ Jacks.

If interested, please call Rob at 429-1701.

 

Jul 202017
 
 Posted by on July 20, 2017

I have two tickets for the NY Mets vs LA Dodgers game on Sunday, Aug. 6 at 8 p.m. I purchased the tickets when the game was scheduled for 1 p.m., but was just notified that the game is at 8 p.m. and we cannot go.

Great seats — Section 325, Row 2, Seats 5 & 6. Paid $122 per ticket plus fees; will accept $240 or best offer.

Contact Rosemary at r.kelley@hvcc.edu or 610-427-3898.