Dining 09.03.20

Glendora Vegetarian Club

Therefore go blameless and harmless as a child of God, without rebuke, in the midst of a wicked and perverse generation, and shine your light on the world. Decency rules. Do not let anybody change your mind. Stand up for right. We are winning. After all is said and done, the only thing that matters is how you treat others.

See the vegan commercials to help the animals on Channel 6 CBS News, 6:30 p.m.


1. Harry said, “I don’t want to go to school today. The kids don’t like me; the teachers don’t like me; even the custodians have it in for me.”

His mother said, “You are going to school today. You have much to learn. You have much to offer. Besides, you are 45 years old and the principal!”

2. A man called the hospital and said, “I’m inquiring as to the condition of James Parson.”

The nurse said, “Mr. Parson looked well last night, and he is feeling good today. Tomorrow we plan to discharge him. Who is calling?”

The man said, “James Parson. The doctor doesn’t tell me anything!”

3. What does Santa Claus call his helpers? The subordinate clauses.

4. Why do you take your paycheck to the bank as soon as you get it? It’s too little to go by itself.

Lunch In The Garden Webinars

RENSSELAER COUNTY – Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rensselaer County will continue offering the popular, free “Lunch In The Garden” webinars on Wednesdays in September.  Each week a different gardening topic is discussed, with a question and answer period following the presentation.  On Wednesday, September 9 at Noon, Extension Educator David Chinery will present “Fall Is For Lawn Care,” a discussion of how to improve home lawns using overseeding and other green techniques.  “Weeds, Wildflowers and Trees of Papscanee Island” will be offered on Wednesday, September 16 at Noon, when David Chinery will take you on a virtual tour of this hidden park along the Hudson River.  Master Gardener Keith Austin will get us thinking about fall bulbs and their spring color in “Selecting, Buying and Planting Glorious Spring Bulbs” on Wednesday, September 30 at Noon.  These presentations use the Zoom platform and you must download the free software in advance.  To register, visit the Extension website at http://ccerensselaer.org/events or call (518) 272-4210.

Hope’s Kitchen Free Community Dinner

TROY – Hopes Kitchen Free Community Dinner September 10. Hope Lutheran Church, North Greenbush, invites anyone wanting a great meal to enjoy our first dinner of the fall season at a new location: Cornerstone Community Church, 570 3rd Ave, Troy (between 115 and 116 St.) Carry-out only at this time due to COVID restrictions.The menu this month is roast pork, mashed potatoes with gravy, peas, tossed salad and homemade lemon bars. Pickup hours are 3:30 to 6:30 PM. Walk-ups welcome. For information 518-248-5914.

EGFD Fall Pizza Nights are Back

EAST GREENBUSH – We hope you had a happy, healthy and safe summer. We are looking forward to serving you for another season. EGFD will be hosting 2 pizza and wing nights during the month of September, the 12th and 26th.

East Greenbush Fire Co #3 – 68 Phillips Road, East Greenbush

September 12th, 2020 – curbside pickup only with credit card or checks as payment at this time.

Time 4:30 – 7:30 – phone ahead your order starting at 2 PM. Phone 518-477-6503

All the pizza toppings, with salads, signature chicken wings and mozzarella sticks. Thank you for your support from the EGFD.

East Schodack Fire Company Pizza Night

EAST SCHODACK – Pizza & Wing Night is back! Saturday September 11th. Unfortunately eat-in is still not an option yet. All orders will be pickup only. Menu includes: Fresh made pizza –Cheese (red or white) $9, extra toppings $1 each. “The works”- $14 , chicken wings- 10 for $9, mozzarella sticks- six for $3. Pick up times begins at 4:00, Call 518- 479-3366 after 2:00pm to place an order. Pizza night will then be the first Saturday of each month from October thru June. Hope to see all of our regulars and some new faces (masks) also. Thank you to everyone for your continued support.

Gilead’s Annual Chicken Barbeque

CENTER BRUNSWICK – Circle Saturday, September 12th on your calendar! A delicious meal begins at 4:00 PM and end at 6:00 PM. This fabulous feast takes place at the Gilead Lutheran Church located at the intersection of Routes 7 & 278 in Center Brunswick. For as little as $10.00 you get half a barbequed chicken, baked potato, corn on the cob, cole slaw, brownies and cookies for dessert. Please call Jen at 518-248-1295 for reservations as this sells out fast. Due to Covid 19 restrictions and regulations, this year our dinner can be take-out only. Gilead is again handicapped accessible.

Please don’t plan on “winging” it. You want to get a “leg” up on everyone else. It is also a good way to keep “abreast” of what is happening at Gilead. Don’t be left without a meal. Call now for your dinner!

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