Veterans Appreciation Luncheon
Sunday, November 20, 2022. 12 Noon until 2:00 PM. Free to all Veterans and their immediate family.
Pasta buffet & dessert
Brunswick Lodge of Elks # 2556. 665 Brunswick Rd., Troy, New York 12180. Reservations: Frank- (518) 258-2178
VFW Pancake Breakfast
Help Support your local Veterans! The Public is welcome!
VFW Post 7338, East Greenbush, 100 Hayes Road
Sunday Nov 20, 2022, 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 – $10.00, 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.
Thank you for your support!
Schodack Valley Pizza &Wings Night
Come join us Saturday, November 19th for our delicious family friendly Pizza and Wings Night from 4-7pm. You can can eat in or take out.
For take out orders please call 477-4215. We offer a large variety of toppings including our special pie of the month “Buffalo Chicken “. In addition to our homemade pizza and jumbo wings we offer dinner salads, massive antipastos, mozzarella sticks and a large variety of beverages.
We are proud to announce the long awaited arrival of our new Rescue 32. Guests are welcome to see it for the first time. Our firehouse is located at 1553 Schodack Valley Rd. Castleton NY 12033.
Apple Pies for Sale at FRCW
Once again the kitchen at First Reformed Church in Wynantskill is awake with the scents of apples and cinnamon. Homemade apple pies have been crafted for your tastebuds.
For just $15, you can bring home an unbaked, frozen pie that you can bake and enjoy at your convenience. Please contact the church office at 518-283-4420 to reserve your pies. Thank you for your support!
Best Armenian Food Bazaar
Holy Cross Armenian Apostolic Church is having their Fall Food Bazaar at 255 Spring Avenue, Troy, on Saturday, November 19 and Sunday, November 20, from 12pm to 4pm both days. Delicious Dolma (Stuffed Peppers) and beef Kebab dinners will be available for take-out ONLY.
Pre-orders for Lahmejune (Armenian meat pie) can be placed by calling the church at 518-274-1477. A variety of Armenian appetizers and pastries will also be offered in handy take-out containers. Stock up for the Holidays at the Best Armenian Food Bazaar!
Hope’s Kitchen Community Dinner December 1st
Hope’s Kitchen, a ministry of Hope Lutheran Church and Cornerstone Community Church of Lansingburgh, is hosting a free community dinner on Thursday, December 1st, at Cornerstone Church, 570 3rd Avenue,Troy. Enjoy a sit-down dinner or pick up a take-out meal being served from 3 to 6 PM.
On the menu: Lasagna dinner, Tossed salad, Bread and butter, Christmas cookies and choice of beverages – coffee, tea, iced tea.
Reservations are required and must be in by November 25th! Call (518) 235-3851 to make your reservations to either eat-in or take-out with number of meals and time. Free will donations are gratefully accepted.
Emmanuel Reformed Church in Castleton Roast Pork Dinner
Emmanuel Reformed Church is having their Roast Pork Dinner mission fund raiser on Saturday November 19th. There will be 2 sittings, 4:30 and 6:00 pm, as well as Take Out. The price is $13.00, children 6-12 $5.00 and under 6 is free. The dinner includes, Roast Pork, Potatoes, Green Beans, Squash, Rolls and fresh Pie for dessert.
We are located at Emmanuel Reformed Church 1150 Maple Hill Rd. Castleton NY 12033. Please call the Church office at 518-732-7766 for reservations.
Applebee’s Flapjack Fundraiser –
A new club at Averill Park High School formed to provide unique opportunities for students is collaborating with Applebee’s in North Greenbush for a Flapjack Fundraiser on Saturday December 3rd from 8-10am.
This club gives students a chance to fundraise at least part of the cost of the event to lower prices so everyone can attend. It also sets students up to do fun safe events together while building community with their peers. Please consider purchasing a ticket for $10 and joining us to support this valuable club.
To buy tickets email Ms. Freeman at firstname.lastname@example.org and arrange pick up in the front office of the high school. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door.
Latham-Colonie Columbiettes December Breakfast Bufet
The Latham-Colonie Columbiettes are hosting a Breakfast Buffet on Sunday, December 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
In 2003 my helper Phil was working with Right to Life during his break from college. While touring the country doing outreach at music festivals, he met 2 vegan advocates from the organization PETA.
Through constructive and respectful dialogue with them, he realized that his food choices did not match up with his espoused worldview, and he has been vegan ever since.
Glendora will be having a vegan Thanksgiving a week early. The menu will include a plant based roast, vegan gravy, mashed potatoes, dressing, squash, peas, whole berry cranberry sauce and vegan pumpkin pie. We will eat slowly and genteelly at Happy House 3.
Glendora will give you lessons on how to live to 94 without doctors, medicine, heart attacks, strokes, accidents, pain or bills. Join the movement ahead: kindness to animals, veganism.
1.Adam was talking to God and said he needed a helper, someone to help him fold up the tent, get his meals and help him at the he laundromat. God said, “That will cost you an arm and a leg.” Adam said, “Well, how about a rib?”
2. Why did the prince ask his daddy to go to kindergarten with him? The teacher said to bring a ruler to school.
3. What did Delaware? Her New Jersey.
If you are traveling, you do not want to go to Chicago IL. You will need a Maryland MD.
What did Tennessee? The same thing as Arkansas.
4. A little boy was late for school. He was running as fast as he could. He took a shortcut under a barbed wire fence and tore a hole in his pants. When he came running into the classroom, his teacher said, “I see you are a little behind this morning.”
Glendora, 518-931-0266, email@example.com