Glendora Vegetarian Club
People stop eating meat for a variety of reasons but primarily to improve their health or to express compassion for animals. When they take this step, they become either a vegetarian or a vegan. What is the difference between the two? While the vegetarian removes all animal flesh from his diet, he nevertheless continues to eat foods produced by animals: eggs, dairy products and honey. A vegan’s diet is entirely plant based. He or she forswears eating all animal products and even avoids using anything made from animal skins. Many vegans feel that it is cruel to take the milk from the cow, the egg from the chicken, the honey from the bee. If you are interested in making the transition to a vegan or vegetarian diet, check out the following websites: PCRM.org, VRG.org, VeganHealth.org, AmericanVegan.org.
1. Glendora thinks being married to an archeologist is a good thing. The older you get the more interested in you he gets.
2. A dog, a cat and a bird all died on the same day. They all went to heaven. God asked the dog, “Where do you want to sit?” The dog said, “On your left side.“ God said to the bird, “Where do you want to sit?” The bird said, “On your right side.” God asked the cat, “Where do you want to sit?” The cat said, “I think you are in my chair.”
RENSSELAER – On Saturday July 25, 2020 Melvin Roads American Legion will hold a Chicken BBQ from 4 PM to 8 PM. Seating under a tent or takeout is available to all. Music by the “Sessions” band from 5 PM to 8 PM. Soda and beer are available. We are raising funds to reopen the building and support the veteran’s community.
Nassau Community Connections Inc. 2nd Annual Chicken BBQ Fundraiser
NASSAU – Nassau Community Connections Inc. is proud to announce its 2nd Annual Chicken BBQ to benefit the Town of Nassau’s food pantries and the Sunshine Fund. The Sunshine Fund makes no interest loans to people in need. The BBQ is being held on July 26th from 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. and is take out only at the Chandler Young Veteran’s Association, 7 Lyons Lake Road, Nassau, NY. Tickets are $15.00 per meal (includes 1/2 chicken, baked potato, coleslaw, roll and dessert) and can be purchased by contacting Lori Clark at (518) 495-1229 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fire Department Giffy’s Chicken BBQ
EAST GREENBUSH – The East Greenbush Fire Department is Hosting Giffy’s Chicken BBQ on August 6, 2020, 4:30 – 6:30 pm at the Main Station 1 Hays Rd.
Reformed Dutch Church of Schodack at Muitzeskill Annual Chicken Barbeque
SCHODACK LANDING – The Reformed Dutch Church of Schodack at Muitzeskill is pleased to announce that we will be having our annual chicken barbeque on Saturday, August 8th!
Unfortunately, due to Covid-19, we will not be having the mini-market.
This year, the meal will be take out only, (no eating on the premises). from 4PM to 6 PM. The meal will include chicken, potato salad, corn, cabbage salad, and watermelon. Adults: $14.00, children 6-12: $7. Reserve your meal by calling 732-7345. If no answer, leave a message including name, number and that you are calling regarding the bbq. You will be called back.
The church is located at the intersection of Schodack Landing Road & Muitzeskill Road, in Schodack Landing. Please wear masks during pick-up and maintain social distancing.
South Schodack Fire Company Annual BBQ
SOUTH SCHODACK – South Schodack Volunteer Fire Company Annual Chicken & Rib BBQ. Sunday, August 16, 2020, 3-6pm, Take Out Only, No Reservations Needed, Dinners: $12 For Chicken – $15 For Ribs.
St Jude the Apostle KofC Chicken BBQ Drive Thu
WYNANTSKILL – St. Jude the Apostle Knights of Columbus Chicken Barbecue – Drive Thru. Friday August 21, 2020. 4pm – 6pm. Cost $12 per meal. Pre Sale & Take Out Only. Last Day to order is Sunday, August 16, 2020. Dinner Includes: 1/2 Chicken, Baked Potato, Corn on the Cob, Coleslaw, Roll and a Brownie. Pre-order by calling or texting Jack. 518-857-0424. Prepared by Giuliano’s Catering. Pick Up at St. Jude’s Parking Lot at 42 Dana Avenue Wynantskill from 4pm-6pm on August 21st.