Bulletin Board Friday Fish Dinners GLENVILLE - The Glenville Knights of Columbus will be hosting a Haddock Fish Dinner each Friday at Immaculate Conception Church, Rt 50, Glenville from 4:30 pm until 7:00 pm. Dinner will include Fried or Baked Batter Dipped Haddock, Fried or Baked Potatoes, Coleslaw, Dessert and Coffee, Tea or Punch. Macaroni and Cheese is available for Children not wanting fish. A limited amount of gluten free macaroni and cheese will also be available. Adult, $10.00; Seniors, $9.00; Children 4-12, $5.00. Take outs will be available.
EXCITING LENTEN PHOTO SHOW SCHENECTADY - Everyone is invited to participate in The 2014 Lenten Photo Show, sponsored by the First United Methodist Church, 603 State Street in Schenectady! For each of the five weeks during Lent, a different theme has been chosen. During each of these weeks, FUMC will be accepting one to three photos that the participant has taken that reflect the weekly theme, which are: March 26-April 1: HOME; April 2-8: FORGIVENESS. Anyone can participate in any or all of three ways: 1. Submit photos that you have taken. 2. Vote for the photos you think best reflect the themes. 3. Visit the show on Good Friday, April 18, 2:00-3 PM or 5:00-7 PM. For more information, go to the church’s website: www.fumcschenectady.org or their Facebook page: www.facebook.com/fumcschenectady, or call 374-4403.
5th annual wall of fame gala SCOTIA- Friday, March 28th at 6:30pm. Glen Sanders Mansion, 1 Glen Ave., Scotia. 5th Annual Wall of Fame Gala for benefit of American Italian Heritage Museum. For information call 435-1979.
NanoDays @ miSci SCHENECTADY - Saturday, March 29 – Sunday, April 6. 1–2:30PM. miSci (museum of innovation and science). 15 Nott Terrace Heights, Schenectady. 518-382-7890/www. miSci.org . FREE with Museum admission. Celebrate NanoDays, a national week of nanoscale science and engineering, at miSci. Explore nanotechnology, an area of science so small you can’t see it! Discover the technology of building things at the atomic level with educator-led demos and hands-on activities.
The Festival Choir at Trinity Presbyterian Church GLENVILLE - will present a concert of classical, traditional, and contemporary sacred music on Sunday, March 30 at two in the afternoon. The choir is directed by Barret Germain and Maria Elmer is the accompanist. In addition to the choir, instrumental and vocal soloists will perform. Spe-
cial guests, the Route Fifty 5 brass quintet will be featured. The church is located at the corners of Swaggertown and Baldwin Roads in Glenville. A free will offering to support Trinity’s music fund will be taken. A reception for all will follow the concert. For more information visit the church’s website at www.scotiatrinity.org
Monday Noon Programs SCHENECTADY - The Friends of Schenectady County Public Library will offer a Spring Special series of Monday Noon programs at the Central library, 99 Clinton Street in Schenectady. At the March 31 program entitled Voices of Today, join members of a memoir-writing workshop from Howe Library in Albany for a reading of their work. At the April 7 program entitled Voices of Long Ago, Bertrand Fay, a well known teacher and performer will present a program called “Meeting J:An Encounter with one of Western Culture’s most imaginative literary voices”. The programs are held in the McChesney Room, beginning at 12:00 pm. All are open to the public. Attendees are encouraged to bring a lunch; beverages are available for a nominal fee.
PROJECT EASTER BUNNY HOPPING NOW - MARCH 31st DONATIONS OF NEW SMALL TOYS AND CANDY NEEDED! CAPITAL DISTRICT - Floydwarriors.com “Helping Families Cope With Cancer, One Household at a Time” is very pleased to announce its 5th annual run of Project Easter Bunny. This effort was begun by floydwarriors.com founder Lisa Morahan after experiencing Easter Sunday in 2009 too ill to make one basket up for her son while in the middle of chemotherapy treatment. In 2010 enough toys and candy were collected to make up 100 baskets, 135 in 2011, 190 in 2012 and 225 in 2013. Our goal is to collect enough new small toys and candy for 250 baskets this year! Several area cancer organizations and hospitals caring for cancer patients will receive this year’s bounty so children of those in treatment will have a nice big basket to open on Easter morning. Locations to receive baskets hope to include The CR Wood Center at Glens Falls Hospital, Samaritan Hospital, The Mollie Wilmott Radiation Oncology Center at Saratoga Hospital, The Community Hospice of Saratoga, The Hope Club in Latham, New York Oncology Hematology of Albany, CRAAB, To Life! and families helped by Simplifying Lives and floydwarriors.com. If you are interested in helping this effort please bring unopened candy and brand new small toys to donate to the following locations Now - March 31st: The CR Wood Center in Glens Falls Hospital, The Malta Community Center, Bella Rouge at Clifton Park Center, The Hope Club in Latham and all Ballston
Bulletin Board Spa National Bank locations. For info visit www.floydwarriors.com.
PIROGHI SALE BALLSTON LAKE - Christ the Savior parish, 349 Eastline Rd., Ballston Lake, NY will hold a limited pre-Easter piroghi sale Tues., April 1. Potato/cheese, sauerkraut, and Farmer’s cheese piroghis may be ordered. Call 363-0001. With holidays coming soon, please get you orders in as soon as possible. Pick-up is on Tuesday between 11:30 and 12:30.
soil and water conservation district tree and shrub program 2014 SARATOGA CO. - Order forms and information are now available for the Saratoga County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) annual Tree and Shrub program. Small fruit species are always popular and this year strawberries, highbush blueberries and red raspberries will be available. Evergreens that can be ordered include Colorado Blue, Norway and White Spruce, Arborvitae (White Cedar), Canadian Hemlock, Balsam and Fraser Fir, and Austrian Pine. Deciduous tree and shrub species are also on the order form. The tree species are Black Walnut, Red Maple, Sugar Maple, White Flowering Dogwood and a new variety of White Birch. Several Shrubs are available including Lilac, Elderberry, Forsythia, Highbush Cranberry, Rose of Sharon, Red Leaf Rose, Red Osier Dogwood and new this year, Button Bush. Compost, mulch, fertilizer tablets and wildflower seed mixes also can be ordered. People can obtain information, order forms and place an order by telephone (8856900), by stopping by the SWCD office at 50 West High Street, Ballston Spa, NY 12020 (8am-4:30pm), by email: email@example.com or by mail. Green booklets with order forms can be picked up at several businesses in Saratoga County like Stewart’s Shops, which have helped the SWCD for over 25 years.. We are also available on Facebook: www.facebook.com/saratogacountysoilandwater and online at: www.saratogacountyny.gov. All pre-orders are due by April 1st. Distribution days are Friday, April 25 (8am-5pm) and Saturday, April 26 (8am-Noon) at the Saratoga County Fairgrounds. You do not have to be a Saratoga County resident to participate.
NEW THOUGHT NEW YORK CHARLTON - New Thought New York is offering a 4-week class, “On My Path to Forgiveness,” beginning April 1, 6:308:30 pm. This class in practical spirituality is designed to help students explore the issue of forgiveness and experience its healing power in their lives. Offered on a donation basis. 2 Imperial Lane, Charlton. To register, call 423-3569 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more info, visit www. newthoughtnewyork.org.
Conversations on Giving, Serving and Leading SCHENECTADY - Schenectady County Public Library, 99 Clinton St., will offer a series of reflective discussions entitled Conversations on Giving, Serving and Leading on Wednesdays, April 2-30 from 6:30-8 p.m. Participants must attend at least three sessions. Call 388-4511 to register. Dr. Deidre Hill Butler, associate professor of sociology and director of the Africana Studies Program at Union College, will facilitate the discussions, which are made possible by a grant from the New York Council for the Humanities. Some of the questions to be raised are: Why and how do we choose to serve others? What is the relationship between those who serve and those who are served? If we serve, what sustains and renews us? Discussions will be on short readings drawn from world literature, philosophy, and religion. Readings will be provided.
LENTEN SERVICE SCHEDULE AT OUR REDEEMER SCOTIA - Our Redeemer Lutheran Church on the corner of Glen Avenue in Scotia will hold the the following Lenten services. We will enjoy Soup and Bread suppers at 6PM and following the supper we will go to the Sanctuary for our Lenten service at 7PM. The suppers and service will take place on the following Wednesdays in Lent: April 2, & 9. For further information please call the church at 393-5031 or go to www. ourredeemer.cc
ENCOUNTERING LENT GLENVILLE - Wednesday, April 2nd & 9th. “Encountering Lent” through Faith Sharing presented by Dona Fragnoli. 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM Immaculate Conception Parish Center Flicker Room, 400 Saratoga Road, Glenville. Contact Kim Klementowski @ 384-2234. All Are Welcome.
SCOTIA ROTARY CLUB BROOK’S BBQ SCOTIA - The Scotia Rotary Club will hold its annual Brook’s Chicken BBQ on Wednesday, April 2nd at the Glenville Senior Center located at 32 Worden Road in Glenville. The doors open at 4:00 PM and food will be served until sold out. The cost for a full chicken dinner is $10.00 and a complete rib dinner is $13.00. Tickets are available at the door, both eat in and take out are offered. All proceeds of the BBQ will be used for community service projects performed by the Scotia Rotary Club.
HOLY GHOST CELEBRATION SCOTIA - Holy Ghost Celebration with Special Guests Dr. Bob Lemon and Dr. Mark Barclay. Wednesday, April 2 at 7
Bulletin Board PM, Thursday, April 3 at 7 PM, Friday, April 4 at 10 AM and 7 PM, Saturday, April 5 at 10 AM and Sunday, April 6 at 10 AM. Believers Fellowship Center, 304 Swaggertown Road, Scotia. For more information call (518) 399-0039 or email email@example.com. Kingdom Builders, a networking group for Christian business owners, professionals, and job seekers is hosting their monthly meeting on Thursday, April 10 at 8 AM at The 426, 426 State Street in Schenectady. The 426 is a newly opened wifi lounge for individuals ages 17-27 so professionals and job seekers in that age range are especially encouraged to attend. For more information please call (518) 301-0140 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Duplicate Bridge SCHENECTADY - The Capital District Bridge Assoc. will sponsor their Sectional Duplicate Bridge Tournament Friday, April 4 thru Sunday, April 6, 2014. All games will be held at the Studio of Bridge and Games located at 1639 Eastern Parkway [across the street from the Price Chopper} Schenectady N.Y. Friday’s sessions will be held at 12:30 PM. and 5:30 PM. Saturday’s sessions will be held at 10AM and 3PM. Sunday’s session will be held at 11AM. All duplicate Bridge players are welcome. It is not necessary to be affiliated with any Bridge Group. For more information, call John McDonald at tel. no. 237-9645.
Annual Basket Social SCHENECTADY - The Holy Name of Jesus Polish National Catholic Church will hold its annual Basket Social on Sunday, April 6th, at the VFW Hall, 1309 Fifth Ave., Schenectady, NY. (Crane St. to 6th Ave., then right on Webster to 5th Ave.) Doors will open at noon. Raffle tickets will be available for more than 50 themed baskets. There are door prizes and Polish food will be available. Admission is $2.00. Everyone is welcome to come enjoy the Polish food and have a good time. For more information call 372-1992 or go to http://www.holynamencc.org/.
VALE CEMETERY/PARK NATURE WALK SCHENECTADY - Vale Cemetery/Park will host a narrated Nature Walk on Sunday, April 6 at 2 pm. Naturalist Amy Reilly Veino will point out the exotic species of trees, protected wildflowers, small animals, birds and features of the man-made lakes in the100-acre urban greenspace in downtown Schenectady. A unique ecosystem it is little changed since is founding in1857. Tour leaves the caretaker’s house, 907 State St., Schenectady. For more information call 3460423 or contact Vale at email@example.com
St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church SCHENECTADY - located at 600 State Street, (corner of
State and Lafayette Streets), Schenectady, is hosting the St. Joseph’s Athletic Club at the 8:00 a.m. Mass at St. Joseph’s Church on Sunday, April 6th. St. Joseph’s Athletic Club was established in 1929 as an outlet for young men on the Eastern Avenue hill. This social club sponsored teams in basketball, hockey, softball, bowling and golf. New Year’s Eve and Mardi Gras parties were held upstairs in the former St. Mary’s School Hall and children’s Christmas parties were held at the Club. The club currently sponsors golf and bowling leagues. While the membership was as high as 140 and was composed of mostly parishioners of the former St. Mary’s Church, and those living on the “hill” area, it currently has approximately 101 members, has changed throughout the years, with members located in several counties and states. Beginning in 2011, the members chose St. Joseph’s Church to be the site of this annual event and will continue to consider St. Joseph’s as home. This will be the club’s 62nd Annual Corporate Mass, and will be dedicated to all past and present members of the Club. Following the Mass they will hold a Communion breakfast at their clubhouse. The public is cordially invited. St. Joseph’s Church is handicapped accessible and parking is available in the parking lot behind the Church. More information is available by calling 374-4466, Ext. 13.
THE CAPITAL ADVANcED TOASTMASTERS CLUB CAPITAL DISTRICT - The Capital Advanced Toastmasters Club will meet in Latham on Monday, April 7, 2014. Anyone interested in improving their speaking and presentations skills is invited. The Capital Advanced Toastmasters Club is geared toward speakers who are looking to rapidly improve their speaking skills. Advanced speakers for the evening will be Michelle Brown and Nellie Goutos. Members receive in-depth, comprehensive evaluations, a key component of advanced clubs like the Capital Advanced Toastmasters Club. We meet on the first Monday evening of each month from 6-7:30pm at Wildwood Programs, 1190 Troy-Schenectady Rd, Latham. Please RSVP to Melinda Burns at 518458-1209.
APRIL INTERFATIH DIALOGUE DINNER SCHENECTADY - The Schenectady Interfaith community will hold its monthly dialogue dinner on Tuesday, April 8 at the Dominican Retreat Center, Niskayuna. Dinner begins at 6:30 pm followed by a talk at 7:30 pm on “Human Trafficking” by Albany’s FBI Special Agent Andrew Vale. Make reservations by Wednesday, April 2 by caling 370-2150 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Indicate if a kosher meal is required.
Bulletin Board SCHOLARSHIPS OFFERED SCOTIA/GLENVILLE - Scotia-Glenville Senior Citizens, Inc. will again offer $1,000 scholarships to two area high school seniors who have demonstrated good scholarship and community service, with special emphasis on service to Glenville seniors. High school seniors who live in the town of Glenville, regardless of school affiliation, may request an application by writing to the Glenville Senior Center, 32 Worden Rd., Glenville, NY 12302; attn.: Scholarship Committee. Applications for the scholarships will also be available in the Scotia-Glenville High School in the guidance and GIVE offices. Applications must be returned by April 11, 2014.
$2000 Scholarship to be awarded GLENVILLE - The Glenville Knights of Columbus are again sponsoring 1 year $2000 scholarship to be awarded to a graduating High School student entering a college of their choice this fall. Students who reside in the Burnt HillsBallston Lake, Scotia-Glenville, Niskayuna High School districts and an active member of the Roman Catholic Church are eligible. Entries will be judged on Community Service, Extracurricular Activities, Academics and an applicants written statement. Applications must be postmarked no later than April 15, 2014. Applications are now available in the High School Guidance Offices.
LENTEN FISH DINNER SCHENECTADY - The Knights of St. John Commandery #100, located at 1468 State Street, Schenectady, is sponsoring its Annual Lenten Fish Dinner on Friday, April 11th at 6:00 p.m. at the Clubhouse. A complete fish dinner, with potatoes, vegetable, coleslaw, dessert and coffee, will be served for a donation of $13.00 for adults and children less than 10 years of age, no charge. Reservations must be made by Wednesday, April 9th by calling Ron Attanasio, President of the Knights of St. John, at 370-5988, or by seeing Donald Penta at St. Joseph’ Church. The Club sponsors such events as St. Joseph’s Church Oktoberfest every September and does many other community sponsored activities such as Thanksgiving and Christmas food baskets for the needy in the community, etc. The public is cordially invited to the Fish Dinner. Parking is available in the Club’s parking lot. More information is available by calling 3744466, Ext. 13.
annual card party SCOTIA - Presented By The Beukendaal Fire Dept. Ladies Auxiliary. Friday, April 11, 2014 - 7pm. Beukendaal Fire Department, Sacandaga Road, Scotia. Door Prizes, table prizes, Penny Table, Raffle & Refreshments. Donation: $5.00;
Seniors: $4.00. Tickets Available at the Door or from Any Auxiliary Member.
A NIGHT REMEMBERING SINATRA DINNER SHOW BALLSTON LAKE - Tickets are available for “A Night Remembering the music of ‘The Chairman of the Board’”, a dinner show featuring the music of Sinatra performed by Chris Jason. The event will be held at 6:30 PM on Friday, April 11 at the Clifton Park Elks Lodge, 695 MacElroy Road in Ballston Lake. Dinner is a choice of Sirloin Steak or Crab Stuffed Haddock. Tickets are $35.00 per person. Seating is limited, only PRE-PAID reservations accepted. Reservations and payment MUST be received by April 4, 2014. Sponsored by the Clifton Park Elks Ladies’ Auxiliary. For tickets contact Johanna Mrochko @ 371-1451.
PROFessional baseball in schenectady, 1895-1904: a fascinating footnote in local history SCHENECTADY - Presented by Frank Keetz. Saturday, April 12, 2014 at 2pm at the Schenectady County Historical Society. 32 Washington Ave., Schenectady. $5.00 Admission - Free for SCHS Members. Frank Keetz has written several publications about sports in the Schenectady area, including They, Too, Were ‘Boys of Summer:’ A Case Study of the Schenectady Blue Jays in the Eastern League 1951-1957, Class ‘C’ Baseball: A Case Study of the Schenectady Blue Jays in the Canadian-American League 1946-1950, and The Mohawk Colored Giants of Schenectady. For more info, please contact Librarian Melissa Tacke at 374-0263, option 3, or by email at email@example.com. The Schenectady County Historical Society is wheelchair accessible, with off-street parking behind the building and overflow parking next door at the YWCA.
Barn Dance! CHARLTON - Enjoy the age-old tradition of community dance, with simple, easy-to-learn circles, squares and contras. All ages welcome! No experience necessary; we’ll show you the steps. Bring your family and friends! Come do-si-do, swing your partner and sashay to the live fiddle music of TuneFolk & Friends, with caller Paul Rosenberg. Fun and laughter guaranteed! Saturday, April 12, 7:00pm-9:30pm at Harmony Hall, corner of Rte 67 & Peaceable St., Charlton, NY. Admission: $5, Child (6-12) $1. Refreshments available. For more information, call: 384-3275 or visit www.tunefolk.com
Bulletin Board St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church SCHENECTADY - located at 600 State Street, (corner of State and Lafayette Streets), Schenectady, is sponsoring its Eighth Annual Palm Sunday Weekend Bake Sale on Saturday, April 12th from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. and on Sunday, April 13th from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. in the vestibule of the Church. All kinds of baked goods suitable for the Palm Sunday and Easter holidays will be available, including Easter breads, cookies, pies, nut breads, cakes, etc., for a nominal fee. The public is cordially invited! The Church is handicapped accessible and parking is available behind the Church. More information may be obtained by calling 374-4466, Ext. 13.
THE MUSIC COMPANY ORCHESTRA CAPITAL DISTRICT - The Music Company Orchestra will celebrate their 40th anniversary at Cabaret 2014 on Saturday, April 12th at Michael’s Banquet House, Latham. The evening will begin with a cash bar at 5:15 while listening to the Red Hot Rhythm Royals, then a sit-down dinner with a choice of four entrees, followed by the MCO concert, featuring Concertmistress Heather Chan in Sarasate’s ‘Carmen Fantasy Op. 25.’ Afterwards, Harpist Ralph Thomas will entertain us. Join us for a very special evening of great food, silent auction, door prizes, and awesome music chosen from the past 40 years. Tickets are $45. Make reservations by April 1st by calling Rosemary at 399-0706. Visit our website www.mcomusic.org for more information and “like” us on Facebook. The Music Company Orchestra is a 60-piece all volunteer community orchestra, conducted by Dr. Gerald Lanoue, that performs free concerts throughout the Capital District.
LASAGNA DINNER GLENVILLE - Centre Glenville United Methodist Church, Corner of Sacandaga and Bolt Roads (across from Glendaal School). SAT. APR 12, 2014 - 4:00-6:30PM. Adults: $9.50, Kids 5-12: $4.00; under 5: free
POTLUCK & MOVIE NIGHT CHARLTON - New Thought New York is hosting a potluck and movie night on Sunday, April 13. Bring a dish to share for potluck at 5:15, followed at 6 p.m. by a screening of Wayne Dyer’s “The Shift: From Ambition to Meaning.” Followed by discussion. Offered on a donation basis. 2 Imperial Lane, Charlton. For more information, call 423-3569 or visit www.newthoughtnewyork.org.
EASTER WEEK AT OUR REDEEMER SCOTIA - Our Redeemer Lutheran Church on the corner of Glen Avenua in Scotia will observe the following Easter week schedule: Palm Sunday, April 13, 2014, Service
at 9am & 11am. Maundy Thursday, April 17, 2014, Service 11am (Lunch to follow). Seder meal with Pot-Luck 6pm, Service 7pm. Good Friday, April 18, 2014, Cross Walk 9:30am starts at Scotia Reformed church. Service 7pm. Easter Sunday, April 20,2014 Services at 9am & 11am. For further information please call the church at 393-5031 or go to www.ourredeemer.cc
Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Women’s Club BURNT HILLS - The Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Women’s Club will meet Monday, April 14 at noon in Knight Hall at the Burnt Hills Methodist Church. Lt.Col. Ron Ankabrandt, Public Affairs Officer of the 109th Air National Guard will discuss the mission of the unit here and abroad. Ankabrandt is also Deputy Commander of the Civil Air Patrol and will talk about that organization. The public is welcome. A busineess meeting will follow.
Crafters/Vendors/Sellers Wanted CHARLTON - Come sell your wares at the West Charlton 11th Annual Community Tag Sale and Craft Fair. Friday & Saturday, April 25th & 26th, 9am–3pm, rain or shine. Rent an 8-foot table at the firehouse for $25 per day. To reserve a table, please call (518) 207-6409 by April 13th. Space is limited. The West Charlton Firehouse is located at 1293 Eastern Avenue (off Rt. 147, one mile south of the intersection with Rt. 67). This event is a fund-raiser for the West Charlton Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary.
“Family” night out MAYFAIR/GLENVILLE - Mayfair/Glenville VFW Post 4660 is sponsoring a Ziti Dinner on Friday April 25th, from 4:30 to 7:30 P.M. at the Glenville Senior Center located at 32 Worden Road in Glenville. The dinner will include salad, meatballs, sausage, sauce and dessert, along with raffles & more. Dinner prices are: $8.00, and $7.00 for advanced sales, children under 5 are free. Advanced tickets can be purchased at Mail”N” More, Glenville Senior Center (Tuesdays and Wednesdays) and from VFW Post 4660 members. Eat-in or Take-outs available. Proceeds will be used to support local Disabled and Homeless Veterans programs, Veterans outreach, Wounded Warrior and other community based support groups. Come join us, we promise great food, fun and friendship. PLEASE HELP US “HELP OUR HEROES”
Broadalbin Pastoral Care Ministry Training CAPITAL DISTRICT - Beginning Tuesday, April 29, 2014, a Six Week Formation and Skill Building Workshop entitled
Bulletin Board “Pastoral Care to the Sick, Elderly and Homebound” will be held from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm at St. Joseph’s Church, 7 North Street, Broadalbin, NY 12025. This program will be held Tuesdays through June 3, 2014, and will provide information on: the art of pastoral visitation; communication skills; illness issues; spiritual assessment; grief and loss; suffering and faith; death and dying; ritual and sacraments in pastoral ministry; theology of pastoral care and caregiving issues. Weekly sessions include presentations and interactive exercises, as well as readings. Two pastoral visits are required along with a journal process. There is a $40 fee which includes a book and all handout materials. Registration is necessary and limited to 28 attendees. Registration deadline is Tuesday, April 22, 2014. For a registration form or additional information, please email: Maria.Schollenberger@rcda.org or call: Maria Schollenberger, Pastoral Care Ministry, Albany Diocesan Cemeteries, (518) 641-6818.
2014 RUN 4 VOCATIONS - 5K OPPORTUNITY TO WALK or run CAPITAL DISTRICT - Everyone has a vocation! What’s Yours? Come out and witness to your vocation of single, married, priestly, diaconal or religious life! Saturday, May 3, 2014. Christian Brothers Academy, 12 Airline Drive, Albany, NY 12205. Registration: online at www.albanyvocations.org/run. Register by April 15st for $20.00 per person. Late Registration $30.00. Free T-shirt while they last and lunch included. Call Sister Rosemary at 518-674-3818 for more information. This event is sponsored by the Vocation Office of the R.C. Diocese of Albany.
Joan Nicole Prince Home 5K Run and 1 Mile Walk SCHENECTADY - Saturday, May 3, 2014. Registration 7:30am—Central Park, Pavilion. Walk/Run Begins 9am - Central Park, Schenectady. Join The Joan Nicole Prince Home for their 5K Walk/Run event, on Saturday, May 3rd. Come support a local non-profit who is dedicated to providing compassionate end of life care to the residents they serve. Registration: http://www.active. com/schenectady-ny/running/distance-running-races/ joan-nicole-prince-home-5k-2014. Forms available by visiting www.joannicoleprincehome.org. or our Facebook page. If your business would like to sponsor this event, please contact Patti Nicolella @ 383-0627. Registration Fee: On or Before 4/27/14 $25! After 4/27/14 $30. *SHIRTS - Register by April 18th to be guaranteed a race day t-shirt!
Capital Region Heart Walk CAPITAL DISTRICT - Saturday, May 10, 2014, The Crossings of Colonie. 9:00am Registration, No Fee to Register. www.capitalregionheartwalk.org. The American Heart Association will host the Capital Region Heart Walk on Saturday, May 10, 2014. This fun-filled event, held at the Crossings of Colonie, includes a one or three mile walk around the park, live music, free giveaways and an informational health fair. Over 2,000 walkers will participate in the event to fund cardiovascular research and education.
2nd Annual Miracle League Poker Run-The Miracle Ride CAPITAL DISTRICT - Save the date May 17, 2014 for our 100 mile scenic road course through the mountains of Rensselaer, Columbia, and Berkshire Counties to raise money for sports and social programs for children and adults with disabilities. Register on the day of the ride from 9:00am-11:00am. The ride begins at 11:30am. The ride concludes at the Rensselaer Elks with a chicken bbq, food, prizes, raffles, entertainment, live music. Cost per rider – $25, passenger – $15, and picnic only – $15. Downloadable event registration forms will be available in coming weeks at: capitalregionmiracleleague.org If you have any questions contact Linda Baker at 518-376-8365.
LOW INCOME TAXPAYER CLINIC AT LEGAL AID SOCIETY OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK CAPITAL DISTRICT - The LASNNY LITC offers FREE tax help to low income New Yorkers who have a tax problem with the IRS. For example, if you got a letter or notice from the IRS that you don’t understand or a bill from the IRS that you don’t think you owe or that you can’t pay, or if you were denied an Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) you thought you should have gotten, we may be able to help. The EITC could reduce your tax bill or even get you a refund if you qualify. You may be able to get the EITC if you have qualifying children and your earned income falls under a certain limit. This limit ranges from $37,870 up to $51,567 in 2013 depending on your filing status and number of children. Workers without children who had 2013 incomes below $14,340 ($19,680 for a married couple filing jointly) may also receive a very small EITC benefit. To qualify, a child must live with you for more than half the year. A son or daughter, grandchild, younger brother or sister, or niece or nephew, may be a qualifying child. The child must be younger than 19 (or 24 if they are a full time student) or permanently and totally disabled. Only one person can claim a child for EITC each year. Other age,
Bulletin Board residence, and filing requirements must be met. You must file a tax return and claim the credit to get the EITC, even if you don’t otherwise have to file. If the IRS denies your claim for the EITC and you don’t understand why, you may want to talk to an accountant or an attorney. The LASNNY LITC can be reached at (518) 462-6765 or (800) 462-2922, Monday through Friday, 9am – 5pm.
COLUMBIA HS 1970-1979 ALUMNI PARTY 2014 – SAVE THE DATE! CAPITAL DISTRICT - The annual CHS Classes of the ‘70s Alumni Party will be held on Saturday, August 9, 2014 at the E.G. Town Park. Friend us on our Facebook page for updates: Columbia-hs East-Greenbushny. MARK YOUR CALENDAR!
SHAKER HIGH SCHOOL CLASS REUNION CAPITAL DISTRICT - The Class of 1964 Shaker High School 50th Reunion Committee is gathering contact information from classmates to share details of our upcoming celebration. The 50th Reunion Weekend will be September 5-7, 2014. Save the dates! Most events will be held at the Holiday Inn Express in Latham, NY, where we will have our own event room and a special rate for those staying at the hotel. It is going to be a great weekend. Plan to be there. Please send your contact information to shaker64reunion@ gmail.com.
Community Zumba Gold® Class Announced GLENVILLE - Zumba Gold® is a class designed to take the exciting Latin and international dance rhythms from the original Zumba® and bring them to the senior and beginner populations. This class will emphasize the basics. It is easy to follow, so any age and any fitness level can do it! This program is guaranteed to provide the participant with a safe and effective total body workout. Tuesday evenings at 6:00pm located at 32 Worden Road, Glenville NY 12302 (Glenville Senior Center Building). Call 399-8118 for more information.
TOPS Take Off Pounds Sensibly GLENVILLE - meets every Thursday evening at 6:45 p.m. at Immaculate Conception Church, 400 Saratoga Rd., Glenville. Please check us out if you would like a fresh start and looking to change your weight loss routine. For more info, please call 374-9659.
Saratoga Therapeutic Equestrian program OPEN REGISTRATION 2014 SARATOGA SPRINGS - STEP the Saratoga Therapeutic Equestrian Program a 501 (c) 3 not for profit and totally
volunteer organization is open for registration for the 2014 season. Children and adults ages 2 and up with special needs may apply. There are limited open spots in the program as STEP fills up quickly. For registration information please call 518 374.5116 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website www.stepup-nfec.org
ARE YOU A NURSING MOTHER? GLENVILLE - The Breastfeeding USA: Capital Region NY Chapter’s Breastfeeding Cafe is now meeting from 10:15 to noon on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month in the Training Room of the East Glenville Fire Department, 433 Saratoga Road (Rt 50), Glenville. We welcome all women, together with their babies and children, who are interested in learning more about breastfeeding. Thank you for bringing quiet toys for your children, and a nutritious snack to share. In bad weather, we follow Glenville and Burnt Hills school closings. For more information, email normaBfUSA@ gmail.com
A CHANCE TO MAKE LIFE EASIER SO. SARATOGA CO. - Care Links of Southern Saratoga County offers non medical help to 60+ seniors in Clifton Park, Halfmoon, Malta, Mechanicville, Ballston and Charlton. Friendly visiting, respite assistance, “handy helping”, and chores are some ways you can benefit from free services. Volunteers who are retired and stay at home moms are some who give back to their community. Are you wondering how much longer it is going to be possible for you to live in your home? Call us to ask about this program and how it might make life easier. The Care Links number is 399-3262.