Latham Colonie K of C Pig Roast
On Sunday, September 18th, 2022, The Latham-Colonie Knights of Columbus will host a Pig Roast at Latham-Colonie Knights of Columbus Council, 328 Troy-Schenectady Road, Latham,N.Y.,12110
Menu includes, Baked Potato, Corn on the Cob, Baked Beans, Corn Bread, Cole Slaw, BBQ Sauces and Dessert.
All are welcome! Festivities begin at 1 PM. with Dinner served about 2:45 pm. Reservations 518 783 0572.
Further information www.lathamcoloniekofc.com/dinners&events
East Schodack Fire Co Pizza & Wings
Pizza & Wing Nights are back, Saturday, September 10th will start our season with Pick-up Only.
We are planning on adding eat-in options for the rest of the season, which are the first Saturday of each month through June.
Menu includes: Fresh Homemade Dough –Cheese Pizza (red or white) $10, Extra Toppings $1 each for ½ pizza, $1.50 each for whole pizza. “The Works”- $16. Chicken wings- 10 for $10, Mozzarella Sticks- six for $4, Fresh Garden salad $4 a bowl
Pick up times begin at 4:00, Call 518- 479-3366 after 2:00pm to place your order.
Kiwanis Pasta Dinner Fundraiser
The Sand Lake Kiwanis Club wants to invite all to participate in the next Pasta Dinner fundraiser on Saturday, September 10th 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, & dessert.
Meals may be either Dine-in or Take-Out. Pre Orders may be made starting at 2 PM (on the day of the event) by calling (518) 202-6876. Pasta Dinners will continue to be held every second Saturday of each month. All proceeds support Kiwanis community projects.
Troy’s Armenian Festival
Holy Cross Armenian Apostolic Church is having their annual Armenian Festival at 255 Spring Avenue, Troy, on Saturday, September 17 from 12pm to 7pm and on Sunday, September 18 from 12pm to 4pm. Delicious shish kebob dinners will be available for eat-in or take-out.
A variety of Armenian pastries will also be offered. Orders for Lahmajune (Armenian meat pie) can be placed by calling the church at 518-274-1477.
Come and enjoy delicious Armenian cuisine and live Armenian music and folk dancing plus children’s activities.
Trinity Lutheran Church’s Annual Chicken BBQ and Cookout
At the Castleton Village-Wide Garage Sale on Sept. 10th. Hamburgers, Cheeseburgers, Hotdogs, and cold drinks. 10am-2:00pm or sold out.
Bake Sale and Coffee. 9am-2pm or sold out.
BBQ Chicken available Noon-4:00pm.
Includes: ½ Chicken, coleslaw, baked potato, and dinner roll for $12.00.
To pre-order chicken dinner please call Mike at 518-477-4871. To purchase day of, please see cashier at cookout table.
Giuliano’s BBQ at St. Michael the Archangel Church – 9/16, 4:00 – 6:00
The Women’s Guild of St. Michael’s Church, Williams Road, in North Greenbush, NY is sponsoring a Giuliano’s barbeque Friday, September 16 from 4:00 – 6:00. The cost is $15.00 and it includes ½ chicken, baked potato, corn on the cob, coleslaw, roll and a homemade brownie. Drive through only. Dinners should be pre-ordered by Sunday, September 11. Drive up orders will be available on a first come, first-served basis. For tickets call/text Ann at (518) 573-3951 (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call Teresa at (518) 283-3604 (email@example.com).
A portion of these proceeds will support local non-profit organizations.
Latham-Colonie Columbiettes Buffet breakfast
The Latham-Colonie Columbiettes are hosting a Breakfast Buffet on Sunday, September 11th, 2022 from 8:30 am to 11:30 am at the Latham-Colonie Knights of Columbus Council, 328 Troy-Schenectady Road, Latham, N.Y. 12110.
Menu includes; Scrambled Eggs, an Omelet Station, Home Fries, Corned Beef Hash, Bacon and Sausage, Pancakes and French Toast served w/Warm syrup, A Variety of Cereals and Juices, Bananas and Hot Tea, Coffee or Hot Chocolate.
$12 Adults, $6 Children (5-10) and under 5 Free!
Glendora Vegeterian Club
Pollsters will tell you that one of the biggest problems people have with pop culture icons and politicians is that they are rarely consistent in their words, deeds, and actions. And surveys show that consistency throughout the various facets of one’s life – work, freetime, entertainment and food choices – are at the top of the agenda for younger generations.
It is generally accepted to show compassion to an injured fawn by the side of the road, or send money to an animal shelter when they advertise on TV. Our hearts are filled with joy when we see a group of baby puppies wrestling with each other, or a songbird feast at the birdseed we dutifully overpay for throughout the leaner months. But what about the chicken that lives its shortened life in abject pain, or the cattle who’s lives are ended by the tens of thousands daily?
If you find yourself answering “…because that’s how I’ve always done it,” then my hope is that you will take some time to sit with that this weekend, and question whether you truly are living out that consistent life that you so desire. Asking questions confers no judgment; it only serves to give us more (no pun intended) “food for thought.”
A man says there’s nothing I wouldn’t do for my brother. There is nothing my brother wouldn’t do for me. So we go through life doing nothing for each other.
Clerk: “The bosses mind is wandering.”
Secretary: “Its too weak to go far.”