Castleton-Schodack Kiwanis Chicken BBQ on January 22
The Castleton-Schodack Kiwanis Club will be firing up the grill and selling Chicken BBQ dinners on Sunday, January 22nd, 2023. All proceeds stay right here in our community, to improve the lives of local children.
The cost of the dinners is now $12 each, and each meal includes a half-chicken, baked potato, and coleslaw. Dinners can be picked up between 12:00 noon and 4:00pm behind the Castleton Fire Company, located at 11 Green Ave in the village of Castleton – this will be a drive-through event.
To pre-order dinners, call (518) 364-1965 or email email@example.com by January 21st. The Maple Hill Jr/Sr HS Key Club will also be holding a bake sale, to satisfy that sweet tooth!
Schodack Valley Vol. Fire Co. Pizza & Wings Night
Come join us Saturday January 21st for our family favorite pizza and wings night. You can eat in or take out. For to go orders please call 518-477-4215.
Hours are 4-7pm. The special pie of the month is bacon/tomato. We also offer home made salads, bountiful antipastos , mozzarella sticks and a large selection of beverages. This fundraiser is held at our fire station located at 1553 Schodack Valley Rd. Castleton NY.
Chicken Parmesan Dinner
Saturday, February 25, 2023. 4:30PM – 7PM. West Albany Fire Department, 113 Sand Creek Road, Albany.
Tossed Salad with your choice of Italian Dressing or Ranch. Chicken Parmesan with Marinara Sauce over Spaghetti Pasta served with Garlic Bread Stick.
Cost $12.00. Take Out Only.
For more information contact Edwin 518-892-8095 or Nancy 518-795-0644.
Averill Park Fire Department Breakfast Sandwich Fundraiser
Relax and let the fire company prepare made-to-order breakfast sandwiches for you and the family. Please support our Breakfast Sandwich Fundraiser being held Sunday, January 22, 2023 from 8:00 am until 11:30 am at the Averill Park Fire Station located at 35 Eastern Union Turnpike.
Drive up and order your choice of ham, bacon or sausage on this 2-egg delicious sandwich prepared on Bella Napoli hard rolls, served with a hash brown for just $6 each!! In addition, fresh donuts will also be available for you to purchase.
We really appreciate your support and invite you to stop in and see what we do. This is a very rewarding activity for someone who would like to volunteer to help others in their community as both firematic and non-firematic members. We would love to talk to you more about the opportunity.
Kiwanis Pasta Dinner On Pause – To Resume March 11th
The Sand Lake Kiwanis Club wants to inform the community that we will not be holding our monthly pasta dinners during January and February.
The Kiwanis Community Pasta Dinner fundraiser will resume on Saturday, March 11th from 4PM to 7PM at the West Sand Lake Fire Hall on Rt. 43.
Cost: $10 for adults, $5 for Kids (10yrs. & Younger). Meals will consist of pasta, meatballs, salad, bread, beverage & dessert.
We will look forward to once again preparing delicious pasta dinners for you and your family in March.
All proceeds will support Kiwanis community projects.
VFW Pancake Breakfast
Start off the New Year with a Delicious Breakfast while supporting your local Veterans!
Sunday Jan 15, 2023, 9 am to 11 am. Eat in or take-out.
Breakfast includes Buttermilk Pancakes, French Toast, Scrambled Eggs, Bacon, Sausages, Home Fries, Corned Beef Hash, Toast, Coffee, Tea, Water and Assorted Juices.
Adults – $12.00, Children 6 to 12 – $5.00, Children Under 6 – Free.
We will also have a drawing. Donations are always welcome and very much appreciated!
Please order in advance before Sunday’s Breakfast for take-out by emailing us at VFWpost7338@nullgmail.com or calling 518-477-7770 and leave a message with your name, number and the desired pickup time. There is no one at the Post to return your call.
Your message is forwarded to another number which is checked the day before the breakfast.
Body and Soul January 26, 2023
Hope you received all you wanted for Christmas and are enjoying the New Year. We are still using the same operating hours 3:00-6:00 PM. Dinner menu this month will be ham and scalloped potatoes, carrots, salad, and dessert. As of this writing, we are able to seat people for our meal and of course we are still doing take outs.
Should the weather seem bad, and you wonder if we will have pantry, please check with Lisa @ 518-279-3576. No matter what the weather, our location remains at the intersection of Routes 7 & 278 in Center Brunswick. Gilead is handicapped accessible.
Glendora Vegeterian Club
What do you think of an animal 18 feet tall weighing over 2000 lbs., a ruminant, who eats leaves, fruits and flowers of woody plants, primarily of the acacia family? Well, Love the Universe made such a remarkable animal: the giraffe. Giraffes live in herds and are gregarious. Females take sole responsibility for raising the young. These animals are beautifully marked in blotches of brown, yellow and black on a white background. The long neck of the giraffe is about 7.9 feet in length. Just as interesting is the tongue which is 18 inches long. Giraffes live in groups, colonies of companionship and sociability. What do they want from human beings? Appreciation, cooperation, safety, symbiosis and love. We are thrilled by such a fascinating creation in the God Love kaleidoscope. I would like to have one as a pet!
1. A man was looking for a new type of pet, something companionable and interesting. His friend said, “Why don’t you get a centipede? They are good company.” The man said OK and went to a pet store and bought a centipede and brought it home in a box. At noon he said, “Centipede, let’s go out and eat.” There was no answer. At 1:00 the man said, “Centipede, I know of a nice place on Main St. Let’s go.” There was no answer. At 2:00 the man said, “Centipede, let’s go eat. I’m hungry!” The centipede said, “I heard you the first time. I’m putting on my shoes.”
2. The lawyer said, “It gives me a grand and glorious feeling to dispense legal advice.” His client said, “Give him a grand and he feels glorious.”
3. A woman says, “I have the most delicious recipe for a casserole. I simply mention it and my husband says ‘Let’s eat out!’”
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