May 262016
 Posted by on May 26, 2016

Asking $50 each or best offer.

Frigidaire Washing Machine — heavy duty, extra large capacity with 7 cycles.

Hotpoint Electric Dryer — heavy duty, large capacity with 3 cycles; needs 220v outlet (Has scratches on top but works fine.)

GE Spacemaker Washing Machine — One-Touch load sensing; this is a smaller-size washing machine — measures 24″ W x 28″ D x 37″ H.

All appliances were gently used by my two grandmothers — we don’t remember how old they are (the appliances, not the grannies), but were in use up until the fall. All would have to be picked up in Ballston Spa.

Contact me ( for more information. Pictures are available upon request.


May 242016
 Posted by on May 24, 2016

Please help us raise funds for Hospice. Kim Denue and Tara FarleyWyckoff will participate in the Walk for Hospice on Saturday, June 18, 2016.

If you’d like to make a donation, you may send a check to either of us made out to “The Community Hospice,” and interoffice it to us or you can mail it to: Hospice Walk, 310 South Manning Boulevard, Albany, NY  12208. You also can donate online at Tara’s Page or just see Kim or me.

Thank you so much! Hospice has helped our family so much and we’d like to pay it forward so they may continue to help other families.


May 232016
 Posted by on May 23, 2016

IMG_7421Used Vera Bradley Mod Floral Rug in pink for sale.
Size: 2×3; 100% wool. Looking for best offer.

Slightly used but in great condition. Needs to be flatten out as it has been rolled up for some time. Would be great in a little girls room or perfect on a summer porch.

Please email Bettina at

May 182016
 Posted by on May 18, 2016

Huge Multi-family Yard Sale!
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday & Saturday, May 20-21
Ashcroft Street in Wynantskill

Lots of clothes — for men, women, juniors, girls and boys, shoes/sandals for all, household items including bedding, bath, kitchenware, and electronics, Playstation 2 games/controller, country CDs, movies, books, toys and more!

Something for everyone!

May 172016
 Posted by on May 17, 2016

A friend of mine volunteers at Peaceful Acres Horses, a horse rescue sanctuary, and has put out a challenge to collect $5 worth of recyclable cans or bottles this week that will be used to purchase hay.

This all-volunteer sanctuary rescues horses from kill pens and horses who have suffered from neglect by their owners.

If you have any cans or bottles at home or in your office and would like to donate them for this worthy challenge, I will be happy to pick them up from your office during lunch or after work.

I’m including a link to the PAH site for those interested in more information about the sanctuary’s mission, volunteer and adoption programs. Here is the link:

Thank you,
Joe Bode






May 172016
 Posted by on May 17, 2016

Saturday, June 4, 2016
Burden Lake Country Club, Averill Park
Lunch at noon
Shotgun Start at 1 p.m.

Foursome: $400  / Individual: $110
Cocktail Hour/Dinner: $25

For more information or to register, please email or stop by the school, located at 54 Highland Dr, East Greenbush.

All proceeds will benefit educational programs
at Holy Spirit School. Hope to see you there!



May 162016
 Posted by on May 16, 2016

1997 Harley FXD Dyna Glide Stock
Includes extra stock and screaming eagle exhausts, single seat and cover; perfect condition, 10,470 miles. I’m tired of it being in my den — $6,000 firm.

Call John at 765-5780 or email me at

Motorcycle & Mustang 009

May 062016
 Posted by on May 6, 2016

I’m working on a social action project with team members from Empire State College’s Student Leadership Institute. One of our team members, Jawana, lost her husband of more than 20 years to a hit-and-run driver. Since then, Jawana has been working to pass legislation in New York State to increase the penalties for drivers who flee the scene of an incident. One bill has already passed the Senate and we are urging legislators to pass it and for Governor Cuomo to sign it.

Currently, the penalties for a driver leaving the scene of an incident he/she has caused are too lenient. It is actually to the driver’s benefit to leave in an effort to cover up reckless driving or DWI. Some who leave are never caught, leaving a family with no justice and no closure.

There are thousands of cases just like Jawana’s husband’s, where lives have been shattered or families torn apart due to serious injuries and fatalities caused by hit and run drivers.  We are fighting for those who suffer in silence. Passage of this legislation is the only way for the law to stop giving drivers who leave the scene of a crash a benefit for leaving.

You can see Jawana’s story and sign the petition below. If you have questions or a personal story relating to a hit-and-run incident, you can share it at

The petition:

Thank you,
Polly Karis

May 042016
 Posted by on May 4, 2016

Ribs_200x309pixels“The Ribs and Thigh Bones of Desire” is only 99 cents on Kindle through Friday.

Set in 1977, it’s about a teenage girl and a physics professor who help each other survive losses they never expected. It currently has 52 reviews at an average of 4.5 stars, so chances are decent that you’ll enjoy reading it as you wind down from a busy semester.

Hutchison is an adjunct instructor in the college’s English Department, who took off the spring semester to wrap up work on her third novel, “Bardwell’s Folly.”

May 042016
 Posted by on May 4, 2016

I am selling a Russian tortoise. He is about 3-years-old and comes with his stand and tank, and all accessories.

He is really cute!

$300 or best offer. Please contact Tammy Brown at the college bookstore, 629-7371.


May 042016
 Posted by on May 4, 2016

Open house on Sunday, May 8 — noon to 2 p.m.
Stunning, custom-built home with high quality everything!

First floor master bedroom with vaulted ceiling and skylight and full master bath, fantastic flow and open concept, nestled on a cul-de-sac on 3.36 acres with endless views and private back yard. Better than new construction!
Features include: granite, built-ins, walk-in closets, recessed lighting, high-end baths and eat-in kitchen, gleaming hardwoods, large, lovely dining room — the list goes on and on.

See link below for pictures and more information:


May 022016
 Posted by on May 2, 2016

Dear colleagues,

On May 21, 2016, I will be walking in the Take Steps for Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation Walk.

My husband, John, has been suffering from Crohn’s disease for 18 years. It has been a long battle with many ups and downs. Even after two bowel resection surgeries, medications and dietary restrictions, he still lives in pain every day. Last year John built up an immunity to Remicaid and the drug no longer works for him. Next he tried Humira and his body rejected it and caused him to become very ill. This left him unmedicated for a period time which caused his Crohn’s to flare and become active again. John had his first Enyvio infusion in early 2016. We are keeping positive thoughts and are hopeful that this drug will provide him with some relief. John and many others are running out of drug options! We NEED to find a cure! We cannot do it on our own and need all of your support.

I hope you will consider supporting me by clicking the link below to view my personal page. If you prefer, you can send your contribution directly to me in ADM 270 (checks can be made payable to CCFA). Your support is greatly appreciated!

Here’s the link:

One in every 200 people suffers daily with digestive diseases. CCFA’s mission is to cure Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, and to improve the quality of life for children and adults affected by these diseases. A champion for 1.4 million Americans, CCFA strives to inspire, instill hope, and create a community which empowers patients.

I am asking you to support my fundraising efforts with a donation. Your tax-deductible gift will truly make a difference in the thousands of lives suffering with IBD.

I appreciate your support.

Thank you,
Christine Lasch


May 022016
 Posted by on May 2, 2016

Lowery piano with bench (unable to find serial or model number), $400 OBO.

Call Eleanor at 279-9901.

Apr 292016
 Posted by on April 29, 2016

Delair Cottage on the Bay
Cape May, New Jersey

Lovely Delair Cottage is located just steps from the Delaware Bay and beach. This recently renovated and remodeled cottage offers a fabulous gourmet kitchen with granite counters and stainless steel appliances opening into a beautiful living area. Offering two bedrooms and one bath, this cottage is perfect for a couple’s get away, family vacation, or a weekend getaway. It comfortably fits 4 people.

Our cottage, located in the beach block of the Delaware Bay, is in the lovely peaceful Cape May neighborhood of Townbank, and is close to all local attractions. When you get tired of the beach, visit downtown Cape May, a local winery, a WWII bunker, or kayak in one of the many area ponds or salt marshes, take the kids to the Zoo, rent a bike or hike in the Nature Center, or enjoy many of the fine dining establishments in the area. Or if you want, drive over to the Atlantic coast and visit Wildwood or Stone Harbor for a day. There is always plenty to do and see.


  • Beach block cottage
  • Gourmet kitchen fully equipped with stainless steel appliances (dishwasher, oven, refrigerator, microwave, stove)
  • Open floor plan living room/kitchen
  • 2 bedrooms (one with queen size bed and one with double bed)
  • 1 bath
  • AC/Heat
  • TV and high speed internet
  • Outdoor shower
  • Off-street parking
  • Picnic table & gas grill
  • Adirondack chairs

Must provide own linens, towels, and beach chairs/umbrella.

$1,100 a week
$210/night minimum two nights during July and August
+ $250 deposit

For reservation or inquires, please contact

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Apr 282016
 Posted by on April 28, 2016

The Woman’s Club of Albany and Capital Region Sponsor-A-Scholar are hosting a fundraising event and silent auction to benefit both organizations on Thursday, May 26 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Glennpeter Jewelers’ Diamond Center at 1544 Central Ave. in Albany.

The silent auction will include a chance to win a Glennpeter Jewelers wine tasting event valued at $1,500, in addition to many other prizes and gift baskets. Hot and cold hors d’ oeuvres will be served; proceeds from a cash bar will support the Woman’s Club and Sponsor-A-Scholar.

Admission is $5 per person. RSVP to or call (518) 465-3626.

Apr 282016
 Posted by on April 28, 2016

Bikers Dream Apparel
Ladies leather motorcycle jacket, heavy weight Thinsulate liner, decorative stitching, very warm and in perfect condition (clean, no fading, tears, or damage of any kind); asking $75.

Call Betty or Mike at (518) 280-4592.

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Apr 272016
 Posted by on April 27, 2016

The International Men’s March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault & Gender Violence to benefit the preventive and supportive services provided by the Sexual Assault and Crime Victims Assistance Program

Join us!
Saturday, April 30
Riverfront Park, Troy
Registration – 11 a.m.
Walk – Noon

In the spirit of the phrase, “You can’t really understand another person’s experience until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes,” we are asking men to seek sponsors in exchange for agreeing to walk one mile in women’s shoes to demonstrate a willingness to be a courageous partner with women in making the world a safer place.

Join us Saturday, April 30 at Riverfront Park in Troy for the 9th annual Northeast Health Walk a Mile in Her Shoes! This event will benefit the free responsive and preventative services of the Sexual Assault and Crime Victims Assistance Program at Samaritan Hospital.

Registration is $20.
Register online.

Interested in forming a team? Check out our Team Leader Packet.

For more information, contact the Sexual Assault and Crime Victims Assistance Program at (518) 271-3639 or

Apr 252016
 Posted by on April 25, 2016

If you have either a Cub or Boy Scout uniform and/or gently used hiking boots, that are outgrown and ready for a new home, please consider donating them.

I live in a rural area and many of the families cannot afford to purchase Scout uniforms or hiking boots, which unfortunately discourages some boys from even joining scouting. Thus, I will happily accept donations of any Cub Scout or Boy Scout uniform (or uniform components) and pass them along to scouts, who will make good use of them.

If you have a uniform and/or hiking boots that you would like to donate or have any questions, please feel free to contact me ( or ext. 7567).

Yours in scouting,
Jay Deitchman
Assistant Scoutmaster
Troop 168, Worcester, NY

Coordinator for International Student Services
Admissions Office
Guenther Hall, Room 215

Apr 212016
 Posted by on April 21, 2016

150 PSI,1.1HP, 17 Gal Craftsman Air Compressor — may have been used once; asking $300.

Contact Sue Doran at (518)428-4709.