Mar 032015
 
 Posted by on March 3, 2015

Harman Kardon – Onyx Studio Portable Bluetooth Speaker

This is a NEW-In-BOX, wireless Bluetooth speaker (see photo) that retails for $400. Available now for $100 cash. If you are interested, contact Kathleen at 669-3507.

Feb 252015
 
 Posted by on February 25, 2015

Grand piano, $800.
Buyer responsible for moving.

Call Stephanie at 279-4563.

Feb 232015
 
 Posted by on February 23, 2015

Diabetes affects millions of people every year. I have several friends who are afflicted with this disease. A couple of them are endurance athletes and have completed the Lake Placid Iron Man. But Diabetes affects them every day of their life.

I will be riding my bike in the 2015 Saratoga Springs Tour De Cure to raise money for people like my friends and many others. The ride will be 50 miles and I would like to raise $1,000. A big goal, but with your help I can make it. I will do the hard work if you will support my fund raising. Any amount helps!

Please click here to make a donation. If you prefer, you can send or deliver your donation to me in the Lapan Services Building, room 116.

Thank you very much for your support!

Feb 232015
 
 Posted by on February 23, 2015

If you have either a Cub or Boy Scout uniform that is not in use and is ready for a new home, please consider donating it.

I live in a rural area and many of the families cannot afford to purchase Scout uniforms, 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 that you would like to donate or have any questions, please feel free to contact me (j.deitchman@hvcc.edu or ext. 7567).

Yours in scouting,
Jay Deitchman
Cubmaster
Pack 18, Schenevus, NY

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

Feb 192015
 
 Posted by on February 19, 2015

The Rensselaer County Humane Society will host a low-cost Vaccine Clinic for dogs and cats.

Sunday, Feb. 22 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Lansingburgh Firehouse
559 Fifth Ave. (at 115th Street), Troy

Fees for dogs and cats:
Rabies, $10
Distemper, $15
Kennel Cough (dogs only), $25

Members of Hudson Valley’s Animal Outreach Club will be volunteering at the clinic.

Feb 192015
 
 Posted by on February 19, 2015

A beautiful instrument for any level guitarist. Well maintained and professionally set up. Hard shell case. Please see below for specs. E-mail for more and larger pics. Find me on campus or at 518-320-2420 or gjcellucci@gmail.com. Asking $800

Commemorating the Beginning of an Era that ROCKED the World!
Epiphone is proud to introduce the Ltd Ed “1960” Les Paul Standard honoring 50 years of perhaps the most beloved electric guitar of modern times. The Epiphone 1960 Les Paul Standard comes in three distinct colors, Heritage Sunburst (Version 1), Cherry Sunburst (Version 3) and Heritage Darkburst (Version 3).

Historical Sound and Style
The 1960 Les Paul initially carried over the same basic specifications as its predecessor from 1959. Among these details were the full, rounded “D” shaped neck profile, top-hat control knobs, and Heritage Sunburst finish. These characteristics can be found in Epiphone’s new “Version-1″ of the 50th Anniversary 1960 Les Paul Standard.
However, by the latter part of 1960, several key specifications were changed. The most significant change was the new SlimTaper™ “D” neck profile that was slimmer and considered “more modern” than the fatter 1959 profile. The “new” SlimTaper neck profile went on to become the standard neck on Les Pauls throughout the 1960s and can be found on Epiphone’s “Version-3″ of 50th Anniversary 1960 Les Paul in both Cherry Sunburst and Heritage Darkburst.

Both versions were equipped with flatter, wider frets that allow for more dramatic bends. The impact of that change was not truly realized until the 1960’s when rock and blues players like Fleetwood Mac’s Peter Green, Michael Bloomfield, Duane Allman, and Eric Clapton discovered the magical voice and feel of the Les Paul Standard. And since our history with Les Paul goes back to the 1940’s when Les would work late hours at the Epiphone factory in New York to perfect “The Log”, the first solid body electric guitar, we made sure our Limited Edition pays homage to the man that started it all.

Each guitar includes a numbered certificate of authenticity as well as Epiphone’s Limited Lifetime Warranty and 24/7/365 Customer Service. If you don’t have the wallet for a real “1960” or want a professional instrument that you can perform with night after night hurry and pick up an Epiphone 1960 Les Paul Standard today. Quantities of the “1960” (both Version-1 and Version-3 combined) are limited to 1,960 total worldwide.

Specifications

Body mahogany
Top Carved Hard maple cap with AAA flame maple veneer
Neck mahogany
Neck Shape 1950s rounded “D” (Version 1) or 1960s SlimTaper™ (Version 3)
Neck Joint Deep-set, glued in
Scale 24.75”
Fingerboard rosewood with pearloid Trapezoid inlays
Fingerboard Radius 14”
Nut 1.68”
Frets 22 medium jumbo
Neck Pickup Gibson USA BurstBucker™ 1
Bridge Pickup Gibson USA BurstBucker™ 2
Controls Bridge Volume, Neck Volume, Bridge Tone w/Mallory-150 capacitors, Neck Tone w/Mallory-150 capacitors, Switchcraft 3-way toggle?Bridge: LockTone™ Tune-O-Matic
Tailpiece Stopbar
Hardware Nickel
Machine Head Vintage style 14:1 ratio with “tulip” buttons
Colors Heritage Sunburst (Version 1), Cherry Sunburst (Version 3), Heritage Darkburst (Version 3)
Strings D’Addario® 10, 13, 17, 26, 36, 46
Feb 192015
 
 Posted by on February 19, 2015

Two (2) Black Austrolorp Roosters, 5 months old, that were hatched from eggs and handled a lot  by our kids. (These are more like pets than a potential meal.)

If interested, please call Lisa at 286-1418.

Feb 192015
 
 Posted by on February 19, 2015

Anne Matusiewicz, currently a graduate student intern at Dwight Marvin Library, will present “Peter Stuyvesant’s Guide to Style: What to Wear in the Seventeenth Century” at Crailo State Historical Site in Rensselaer on Sunday, February 22, at 1 p.m.

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Ms. Matusiewicz is an active living historian and has published her research on 17th century costume.

The event is open to the public. For details about the event, visit the Crailo State Historical Site or the Facebook post. Limited seating is available and reservations are recommended.

Feb 162015
 
 Posted by on February 16, 2015

This second floor apartment is located on a quiet, tree-lined street in Rensselaer, yet it is just minutes from Albany and within walking distance of the CDTA bus stop (near exit 7 off I-90).

It’s a newly painted, one-bedroom apartment with eat-in kitchen (gas stove), den/office, and has new windows and a renovated bathroom. The rent of $695/month includes heat, hot water and trash removal.

Click for photos.

The apartment is available immediately. Please contact Susan at (518) 465-6398. Please, no smokers or dogs.

 

Feb 162015
 
 Posted by on February 16, 2015

UNO Pizzeria and Grill, located at 601 Troy Schenectady Road in Latham, is hosting a fundraiser for Happy Cat Rescue on Thursday, Feb. 19 from 5 to 9 p.m.

The restaurant will donate up to 20% of a check to Happy Cat during those hours provided diners present a coupon.

Feb 162015
 
 Posted by on February 16, 2015

Black PegPerego primo viaggio sip 30-30 car seat with two bases and stroller attachment. Lightly used, but in excellent condition. Asking $200 for everything, but will  consider reasonable offers. Please contact m.weltz@hvcc.edu if you are interested.

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Black peg perego primo viaggio sip 30-30 carseat with 2 bases and stroller attachment.

Lightly used and in excellent condition. Asking $200 for everything. Price negotiation possible within reason. Please contact if you are interested.

Feb 092015
 
 Posted by on February 9, 2015

I’m looking for a roommate to share my house with me and my son (in his 20s), preferably a semi-retired female or serious male or female student. We are located in Clifton Park, near exit 8A.

The rent is $650 per month (utilities included) with full privileges to kitchen, pool, washer and dryer, and internet and cable access

If interested, please contact Mary at (518) 373-1808.

Feb 042015
 
 Posted by on February 4, 2015

My son is holding an “internet garage sale” and has several items that may be of interest to some of you. Let me know if you would like pictures or have any questions. (I’m hoping these items move quickly as he has stacked everything in the middle of my living room floor!)

Legos – Over 5,000 assorted lego bricks and pieces; $35
Included: Bionicle, Star Wars, Knights, Spongebob, Sea Explorers, etc.
(Please note: not all pieces or instructions are included)

Logitech wireless mouse – wireless USB with rubber outer sole, originally $45; $15

Wacom Intuos Pen and Touch Creative Drawing Tablet
originally $100; asking $60
Included: Wacom tablet, Wacom pen, USB cable, driver disk, Wacom Tablet cover, instruction manual

Hess Fire Truck – only missing the box; $8
Includes everything; runs on AA batteries

Sony Headphones – used twice, originally $25 at BestBuy; $10
over head, ears flip for portability

Feb 042015
 
 Posted by on February 4, 2015

After much work and planning, our fine art/art photography website, www.BetterDoodles.com, has launched. This project is a joint effort of my sister, who has an BFA/MFA in painting, and myself (BFA as well as my DVM).

We create high-quality, signed, limited-edition, original fine art prints and photographs for sale at reasonable prices. The website is designed to emulate the gallery experience, where you can browse images up close (larger) or from afar (smaller), and move from one to the next as you would in a live venue.

All works are printed using archival paper and pigment giclee printing, so they have extraordinary longevity when properly framed and matted.

Come take a look!

Janet Wolkenstein
biology adjunct/educational specialist
(j.wolkenstein@hvcc.edu)

Feb 032015
 
 Posted by on February 3, 2015

All are new (tags still on) or like new; $10 each:

A Ruby Rox yellow dress – sz. 14

City Triangle polka dot top w/ black skirt/pink belt – sz. S

City Studio green w/belt – sz.M

Taboo pink halter dress – sz. S

Pink dress w/flowers – sz. 6

Black & white dress by George – sz.7/8

Black & white halter dress by Speechless – sz.7

Black & white halter dress by Taboo – sz. M

Contact: b.cootware@hvcc.edu

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Feb 032015
 
 Posted by on February 3, 2015

Softec girls/youth figure skates, size 2,  with velcro fasteners for ease of putting on and comfort of use.

They’re generally in pretty good shape. Probably would look almost like new with a little Magic Eraser.

These retail new for $40 and up. Yours for $20!

John Heiser
j.heiser@hvcc.edu

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