Glendora Vegetarian Club
Vegan.com says that the word vegan has come to mean anything that is made without animal products. The internet calls the rise of veganism “unstoppable.” Vegan diets, or plant based eating, “can provide significant health benefits compared to non-vegan diets.” (Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics) Remember, eating animals is getting your protein second hand. Let us get our protein first hand by eating plants. Nuts, beans and grains far outweigh meat protein. That is why so many athletes stay in top shape by eating plant based foods exclusively. Go to vegan.com and see their nutrition primer.
1. The little girl looked out the window and said, “Mommy, the minister is coming down the street toward our house.”
Mommy said, “Hurry up and dust off the Bible!”
2. The man said this donut is so hard it could walk over and say hello to the coffee. His wife said the coffee is too weak to answer.
3. How was work today, dear?
They gave us aptitude tests and I flunked.
Oh, that’s dreadful!
Yes, it’s a good thing I own the company.
4. I’ve always thought it would be interesting to be an archaeologist. The older you get the more interested in you he gets.
5. What do you call a veterinarian who specializes in elephant skin diseases?
Sullivan Jones VFW Post 7466 “All you can eat, breakfast buffet”
Sullivan Jones VFW Post 7466, 25 Veterans Street, Poestenkill, hosts a monthly breakfast buffet every 2nd Sunday. Our next “All YOU CAN EAT, BREAKFAST BUFFET” is on Sunday, February 13th – 8:00 to 11:00. Buffet featuring eggs, breakfast meats, home fries, pancakes, french toast, fruit, juice, tea, and coffee. Waffles you can top with strawberry, apples, whip cream, vanilla ice cream, or chocolate syrup. “Build your own Omelets” with ham, bacon, sausage, cheeses, mushrooms, peppers, and onions. Adult regular buffet $8.00, add omelet for $3 or waffle for $1.00 / Children 6-12 $4.00 and Children under 5 free.
Hope’s Kitchen Free Community Dinner Thursday, February 3 at Cornerstone
Hope’s Kitchen, a ministry of Hope Lutheran Church, Troy, and Cornerstone Community Church of Lansingburgh, are serving a pick-up only free community dinner on Thursday, February 3 from 3:00 To 6:00 PM at Cornerstone, 570 3rd Avenue in Troy. On the menu: Sausage and Peppers, Baked Beans, Cole Slaw, and assorted cookies.
This is a take out dinner only and reservations must be in by Friday, January 28th. Call (518) 235-3851 to make your reservation. Face masks must be worn. Free will donations gratefully accepted.
4-H Teen Exchange Roast Beef Dinner Fundraiser
Mark your calendar for February 26th from 4 to 6 PM at the East Greenbush Methodist Church located at 1 Gilligan Road in East Greenbush.
Place your orders for take-out only by calling 518-421-2360 by February 22nd. The Rensselaer County 4-H Interstate Teen Exchange will be preparing take-out roast beef dinner as their first fundraiser of 2022. Proceeds raised will aid in funding their teen exchange trip and activities. This program exposes 4-H members to the unique similarities and differences in the many cultures of the United States.
Take-out dinners will be a flat fee of $15 if reservations are made by February 22nd. There will be a limited number of dinners available for drive-up without a reservation for the cost of $17 February 26th. The 4-H Interstate Teen Exchange looks forward to serving you on February 26th – place your order today!
East Schodack Fire Company Pizza Night
Please join us for our Drive-Thru Only Pizza Night Saturday, February 5th..
Menu includes: Fresh Homemade Dough –Cheese Pizza (red or white) $9, Extra Toppings $1 each for ½ pizza, $1.50 each for whole pizza. “The Works”- $15. Chicken wings- 10 for $12, Mozzarella Sticks- six for $4, Salad $4 a bowl
Pick up times begin at 4:00, Call 518- 479-3366 after 2:00pm to place your order.
Pizza Nights will be the first Saturday of each month till June.