Burden Lake Ski Club
Come join us at Jiminy Peak for the weekend winter ski program on Sunday afternoons starting on 1/6/19, from 2:30-7:30PM. $214 for lift and $280 for lift/lesson. For more info, please contact Kathy Andrews at 518-488-8939 or MAndrews13@ nycap.rr.com.
Free Yoga Fridays
Join us for gentle and relaxing yoga every Friday at the Presbyterian United Church of Schaghticoke from 7-8pm. The Church is located at 16 Main St., Schaghticoke. For more information, visit presbychurchmouse@yahoo. com.
Baseball Umpires Needed
The Capital District Baseball Umpires Association is looking for new members for the 2019 season. Training classes meet weekly in February and March. Introductory meeting is Thursday, January 31, 7:00 p.m. at Shaker Junior High. Go to cdbua.com or, call Bob at 518-986-5987, for more info”
~Bob Umholtz-President, CDBUA
Rosekrans Award 2018
The recipient of this year’s Rosekrans Award is Chantz Boleski. This award is selected by the cattle program in memory of Helen Rosekrans, a long-time cattle leader and Schaghticoke Fair “Mom” to all. It is designed to recognize an outstanding high school graduating senior who has been a “model” 4-H member and who has been involved in the cattle program throughout their 4-H Career. Members who have been active not only in showing cattle but have taken advantage of other offerings 4-H has in terms of the educational events related to cattle. Chantz Boleski graduated from Hoosic Valley in 2018. He has shown cattle at the Schaghticoke Fair since he was old enough to be in 4-H. In addition to be an avid dairy cattle showman, he was very active in sports and was a member of the Tri County Holstein Junior Club. He is currently attending Hudson Valley Community College. His parents are Sue and Rich Boleski, and Chantz still helps them on their farm in Schaghticoke.
Dyken Pond Family Snowshoe Program
Join us on Friday, December 28th, from 1-3pm. Youth, families and adults can congregate in a beautiful natural setting while learning the fundamentals of snowshoeing. After a brief introduction, we will snowshoe for about 2 hours, looking for signs of animals and enjoying a winter day outdoors. Preregistration is required at (518) 658-2055 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Cost is $5 and includes individual snowshoe rental.
Please check the website or call (518) 658-2055 for possible program cancellations.