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Congratulations to all our LOCAL cash winners!  All winners are now eligible for the Grand Prize drawing of $1,000 this Tuesday, November 12th!

 

 

Special thanks to our Scratch For Cash sponsors:

 

3549 Route 30, Gloversville

COUPON AVAILABLE!

Dutchtown Plaza

Route 5

Palatine Bridge

COUPON AVAILABLE!

 

West Main Street

Amsterdam

COUPON AVAILABLE!

North Comrie Avenue, Johnstown

2991 Route 5S, Fultonville

Beacon Discount

53 South Main Street

Gloversville

Bornt Waste and Metal

170 Elmwood Avenue

Gloversville

2 East Main Street, St Johnsville

River Road Marcy

Snells Bush Road, Little Falls

 

 

 

 

 

Riverside Center

Utica

Central Plaza, Ilion

Main Street, Richfield Springs

Krazy Tom's Floor Store & Sleep Shop

County Hwy 11 at Route 28

Cooperstown

 

1. Limit one card per day per location

2. Limit one winner per household.

3. Must be 18 or older.

4. Employees & families of Scratch for Cash sponsors are not eligible to win.

5. Altered or torn tickets are void.

6. NY State residents only.

7. Promotion ends November 8, 2013.

7. Cards expire November 30, 2013. No winners redeemed after that date.

 

Back of the card and coupons available:

 

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Consolidation is the buzzword these days. Should we consolidate town services, school districts, police, colleges, etc.?
We've consolidated & taxes still continue upward.
It worked for so many years, why change it now?
No, it takes away school's and town's identities.
Yes, we need to save money.
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