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The Attamont Enterprise — Thursday, September 29,1983 13 Program On UJSL Mag History At $few Saiem The Town of New Scotland Historical Association will hold its first fall .meeting next Tuesday, Oct. a at * p.m. in the old schoolhouse in New Salem. The meeting is open to the public. Refreshments will be served. David E. Ctoughtry of Guilder- Jand will'Speakon^'AHistoryof Hie 11.15. flag,\ and display Ms own collection of American flags. .Mr.. Coughtryisa member of the North American Vexillogical Associa- tion, a group devoted to the study and collection of flags. Scout Troop 73 Committeeman Leo Burgoon of Vooriieesville'sScout Troop73 was .honored at a dinner at the fiolish- American Community Center, Sept. 24. He became Town of New Scotland Citizen of the Year for 1983. Wliile being a leader in Hie scout troop as only a small part of Leo's contributions to thecomniun- ity, we are sincerely proud that he is one of our own. Leo is the fourth person associ- ated with Troop 73 to be so honored that we can recall at the moment. And, judgingfrom the high esteem in which the community holds its scout troop and the caliber of men whoguide its destiny, he will not be .the last. Wale we are mentioning good citizens, Scoutmaster Jack Bas- mussen regrets that his good federal job will interfere with Ms continuing as scoutmaster. We must remind jhim that command- ments issuedfroraa position on the committee will not have the authority he has become aceus- SAVE $ 100.\\ NO COURT FEES FREE NAUTILUS 21 'sr POINT-CLUB ,489-3276 tomedto. Committeeman Lanny Parsons — *eady, willing, and certainly able — will assume the duties of scoutmaster now and in a big ceremony in October it will become official. So much for the adults. Now for the important people, it has ;been an excellent summer for the outdoor troop meetings. Not one rainy evening. JBut Jast Wednesday the scouts started their council fire in the rain and kept it hunting bright right through a deluge. Looking .like flooded monks gather- ing firewood, they accomplished littleolseaftheheightof the storm. When the rain slacked enough for voice communication, it was instruction and a game as usual. You say you want to he scoutmaster, Lanny? Senior Citizen Hews (Continued from Page 12,) Marietta Schultz, Isabel Sarick and Daisy Sharp. Eight of our members journeyed with the Helderberg Senior Service group to the Springfield Fair, The Wade tous left the Hiawatha Grange at SB a.m as scheduled hut had to detour down Corning Hill as. the bridge over the Normanskill was closed to heavy traffic. Not much of a delay, but a boost for GOv, Cuomo's pet bond issue. Inconvenience makes for positive votes. But sometimes it backfires. We stopped for a coffee break $t Howard Johnson's on the Mass Turnpike; Two other Wade buses had already filled' the restaurant, so our 20 minute break lasted a crowded 40 minutes. We did learn from the Wade drivers that Ed Fitzner, former driver for Yankee Trails, is well and married. Congratulations, Ed, from the New Scotland seniors who consider you the west. As usual, the big \E\ was super. Arriving at 11 we had till 5;30 to stroll the grounds and enjoy ourselves. To see all is impossible- One would have to he in three places simultaneously and then would miss the big parade which Vinyl Products, Inc. FOR ALL YOUR POOL NEEDS Swimming Pool Chemicals Winter in-ground COVERS QN SALE Poo! Closings Replacement Liners (above & inground) Buy from the Manufacturer and SAVE! 28 South Main Street Voorheesville, N.Y. 12186 765-2221 HOURS: Monday-Friday 8-5 Saturday 8-2 p.m. PLUMBING ELECTRIC 1 ^. jy tU & C^Q^ I WATER PUMPS SOLAR SYSTEMS 768-2230 IBM tmmtmmiHsW MMMMI HONORED FOB SERVICE AT A1HCH — 31 teenage volunteers who provided 2,288 hours of service this summer were honored at a \Make Your Own Sundae\ party.. The teen volunteers including XJ tor) Karen Flewelling, Meridith Englander, Kevin Herlihy, Karrie Ford, Sandy Hawkins, ail students at Clayton A. Bouton High School, Voorheesville, All received special T-shirts and heard the staff who worked with them tell their parents Jiow much their volunteer hours were appreciated. Trained hy representatives from the nursing staff under the chairmanship of Linda Mahoney, R.N. and Janis Herrle, volunteer coor- dinator, the young people assisted in many departments within the hospital. starts at 5:30, the time buses from afar depart the parking field. Credit must be given to the fair management for obtaining the many organization sponsored places to eat, the numerous benches to park your, carcass on when tired, and the really clean restrooms dbtting the fairgrounds, A great show that invites you to return. No let up of events, Thursday midnight my daughter, Marylou Ward, arrived from Colorado to attend the wedding of my grand- daughter, Carol Van Hoesen to Brian Goggin. The candlelight service was held at the Clarksyille Community Church with Bey. Stephen Wing officiating. A recep- tion and buffet dinner was held at Woodman's Hall, Westerlo, with dancing to the music of Carl Peragine's band. Carol and Brian, we wish you the best. Dinner, Mini-Fair Saturday At Clarksville Church Clarksyille Community Church, Route 443, will hold its annual fall dinner in fellowship hall on Saturday, Oct, 1 from 4:30 on. Dinner begins with a serve- yourseif salad bar, followed by roast beef, roast turkey and dressing, mashed potatoes, two vegetables, cranberry sauce, and rolls and butter. The meal is completed with choice of home- made lemon meringue pie, pump- kin pie or apple pie a la mode and coffee, tea or milk. Donation for the dinner is $6 for adults and $3,50 for children 5-11. The mini-fair will feature a craft . table, plants, kiddy korner, inside garage sale, food sale and turkey drawing. The theme for this year's dinner will be the silver anniversary, in keeping with the celebration of the 25th anniversary of Clarksville Community Church. For reservations for the dinner, call Mrs, R. Carl at 768-2391. Mouniainview Free Church Rev. William N. James Sunday, Oct. 2: 9:90 a.m. Christian education hour. 10:30 a.m. Worship with Rev. Donald Lyon of Albany Bible Institute, guest pastor. Sunday morning activities at St. Mark's Community Center, Route 146, Guilderland Center. 7 p.m. Evening fellowship with Rev. Lyon at 147 Stonington Hill Road, Voorheesville, Still Time T© Join School Advisory Groups There are still openings remain- ing on the Voorheesville high school advisory committee and on the newly instituted elementary advisory committee for parents of children in the Voorheesville schools. These committees were estab- lished by the school board to give students, teachers, administra- tors, parents and board members an opportunity to discuss any and all concerns related to their particular areas and to report their deliberations to the superintendent and the school board throughout the year, Anyone interested in partici- pating on these committees is invited and urged to call the building principals. At the high school, contact O, Peter Griffin at 765-3314; at.the elementary school, call Robert Farrell at 765-2382. In Voorheesville, the Enterprise is sold at Stewart's Ice Cream Shop, corner of Main St. and Voorheesville Aye., and Voorheesville Pharmacy, Voorheesville Plaza, First Methodist Rev, Richard H. Hibbert Sunday, Oct. 2; 9;:50 a.m. Nursery, 10 a.m. Worship with Rev, Gall. 10:30 to 11:: 15: Church school. Tuesday, Oct. 4:: 7;15 p.m. Finance committee, 7:30 p,m. Pictorial directory phone committee, Wednesday, Oct. 5:: 7::30p,m. Nominating committee and A.A. Thursday, Oct. 6: Folk choir, 8 p,m. Senior choir, Friday, Oct. 7: 10-12 a.m. MOMS, Sunday, Oct. 9: 10 a.m. Communion worship. Low Prices and Friendly Service at Voorheesville Liquor Store [Next to Grand Union] Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Ask One Of Our Friendly Clerks For Assistance HOAAE AflADE Smith's Tavern VOORHEESVILLE, NEW YORK * Take Out Orders * Uncooked Plsse To ©o Come watch Smitty's operating model trains. New models appearing regularly. Jg Phone 765-4163 CLOSED MONDAYS AND TUESDAYS Town off New Scotland Democratic Clam Bake Picards Grove — New Salem Sunday, October 9—1 P.M. Bake at 5 P.M. Adults - $20.00 Children 612 yrs. • $10.00 Under 6 • FREE Refreshments - Primes — Games — Fun For All For Tickets Call: Ken Tice - 765-2192

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