Rensselaer County Bulletins 090315

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  • RENSSELAER COUNTYBulletin Board

    RENSSELAER COUNTYBulletin Board

    LADIES BUS TRIP TO BENEFIT HOPE 7 COMMUNITY CENTEROctober 17-19 there is a bus trip to Mystic, CT, that will bene t the Hope 7 Community Center. This trip will in-clude a scenic train ride in Essex, wine tasting in Ston-ington and a Ghost tour in Mystic. Also included are two nights accommodations at the Hampton Inn and Suites, two buffet breakfasts, two buffet dinners and luncheon at the Griswold Inn. Price for a double room is $420. Reservations can be made by contacting Vin-cenza Zucaro, 274-7845 or vincenza@nycap.rr.com. Res-ervations must be accompanied by a $50 NON-REFUND-ABLE deposit, payable by check to VINCENZA ZUCARO.

    LAKE GEORGE TOUR & LUNCHReserve now: La Fdration franco-amricaine du New York (FeFANY) is getting a group together for a buffet lunch and 2-hour boat tour aboard the Lac du St. Sacre-ment in Lake George, NY, on Saturday, September 26, 2015. Meet us in Lake George for great food and great conversation (you do not have to speak French). The tour begins at noon; boarding is at 11:00 am. Cost is $33.00 per person. If interested, email Yvette at whyvette48@aol.com. Make checks payable to FeFANY and mail to: FeFANY, c/o 9 Horton Drive, Watervliet, NY 12189.

    CIRCLE THEATRE PLAYERS ANNOUNCES NEW 2015-2016 SEASONSand Lake Center for the Arts-Circle Theatre Players an-nounces their exciting, new, upcoming 2015-2016 Theater Season, starting with the much asked for play Proof Oct 2-Oct 11, followed by Last of the Red Hot Lovers Dec. 11-Dec 20, with Miracle on South Division Street Mar 11-Mar 20, and the season nale, South Paci c May 13-May 22. Consider the purchase of our popular Season Pass and receive the following $2 off the regular ticket price for each of the 4 plays, priority seating, plus a free beverage and cookie. To purchase a pass, or more information, go to www.slca-ctp.org or call (518) 674-2007. Cost per season pass is $66. SLCA is located at 2880 NY 43, Averill Park, NY, is fully handicapped accessible, with plenty of free parking.

    SAND LAKE DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE FALL FUNDRAISERMark your Calendar! The Sand Lake Democratic Committee will hold its annual fall fundraiser on Thursday, September 17th, at the Lakeview at Crystal Lake restaurant on Old Rt. 66 in Averill Park from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Come meet with local candidates and have Lakeviews delicious pizza and wings. Beer, wine and soda are also included for a $30 per person donation. Please come and support your local can-didates! Call Mark Ciof at 461-6034 for ticket reservations.

    CHRISTMAS IN NYC FUNDRAISER FOR OUT OF THE PITS ORGANIZATION!Christmas in New York City Bus Trip Fundraiser for Out of the Pits Organization on Saturday, December 5th, 2015. ~ PICK UP at the TROY WALMART at 7AM. ~ DR OP OFF EVERYONE at BRYANT PARK. ~ LEAVE NYC at 6PM. COST is $40 pp. which includes, juice, donuts & tip for driver. We ask that everyone bring a treat or toy for dogs. While driving down, we will have a 50/50. All proceeds go directly to OUT OF THE PITS.ORG CON-TACT DENISE at 518-271-8983 to RESERVE YOUR SPOT.

    LAUGH OUT LOUD COMEDY COMING TO SAND LAKE CENTER FOR THE ARTSRecognize this guy? see Steves web-site - http://stevevanzandt.com/

    Well, he is the hilarious Steve Van Zandt and he is com-ing to SLCA on September 12th at 8pm with a special guest, ready to make you LOL! Steve has been around for a while, some of his credits include: *Named Albany Times Union Annual Readers Poll Best Area Comedian again in 2015 *As seen on Americas Funniest People (ABC) & Show Me the Funny (Fox) *Seen at top com-edy clubs, theaters, resorts & cruise ships *Has opened for Lewis Black, Howie Mandel & many others *Award-winning Voice Actor Tickets are $18. Prepaid reservations available at http://www.slca-ctp.org or by calling (518) 674-2007. SLCA is located at 2880 NY 43, Averill Park, NY, is fully handicapped accessible, with plenty of free parking.

    CLASSICAL GUITAR SOCIETY OF UPSTATE NEW YORK TO PERFORM AT SLCAThe Classical Guitar Society of Upstate New York (CGSU-NY) is coming back to Sand Lake Center for the Arts with an entertaining Classical Music Concert on Sunday, Sept. 13, at 2pm to bene t both SLCA and CGSNYS. Frederic Hellwitz, along with various other performers from CG-SUNY, will be performing live, on stage, beautiful classi-cal guitar music for your enjoyment. Tickets $20, prepaid reservations available at http://slca-ctp.org. or call (518) 674-2007, CGSUNYs website http://www.cgsuny.org/ SLCA is located at 2880 NY 43, Averill Park, NY 12018, is ful-ly handicapped accessible, with plenty of free parking.

    NYS DEFENSIVE DRIVING CLASSOn Saturday, September 19th, 2015, from 9AM to 3PM there will be a New York State approved Defensive Driv-ing Class to Bene t the Boys & Girls Club of Southern Rensselaer County. Save 10% on your base auto insur-ance for the next three years & be eligible to receive up to 4 points off your driving record according to New York

  • State Department of Motor Vehicle guidelines. The class will be held at the Boys & Girls Club of Southern Rens-selaer County, 544 Broadway, Rensselaer, NY 12144. Fee is only $35 - bring a friend $30 each. Registra-tion is required and can be made by calling the Club at 518-465-3403 or Raymond Frankoski at 518-286-3788.

    Class size is limited. Additional informa-tion is available by calling Ray Frankoski.

    ALL ARE WELCOME AT ST. MICHAELSA group of children were brought by their parents to meet Jesus. As the children approached Him they were turned away by His disciples. Seeing this, Jesus responded, Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them, for the Kingdom of God belongs to such as them. We know that children dget. We know that children cant always nd the mute button. They would not be children other-wise! We love all of our families at St. Michaels, and that certainly includes our families with small children. And so, we welcome you to St. Michaels, where children and all of the things that makes them children are always welcome. St. Michael the Archangel, 175 Williams Road, Troy, New York 12180 | (518) 283-6110 | Mass: Mon. - Thur. 12:10 p.m.; Sat. 4:30 p.m.; Sun. 7:30 & 10:00 a.m. | www.StMichael-Troy.com

    THE JOYFUL NOISE, WE ARE ONEThe Joyful Noise was a contemporary Christian mu-sic ministry well known in the Capital District region and beyond, during the years of 1969-1993. The Joyful Noise was a large group of young people, led spiritually and musically by Mr. Bill Womer. The Joyful Noise was the core of what would later evolve into Christian Mu-sic Ministries. The positive side of social media, as well as the unfortunate passing of key members, has stirred interest in a reunion of The Joyful Noise, with the recog-nition, that still, We are One. A reunion is planned for October 10, 2015 focused on reuniting and catching up. The reunion will culminate with a barbeque dinner and an evening Praise and Worship service at Bethlehem Luther-an Church. Many of the songs spanning three decades when young lives were forever impacted by this experi-ence will be sung together again. We will also be including all the parents and family members in the Saturday night service who supported each of us during our JN years.

    During these early planning stages, we are interested in help locating former members, and identifying folks to assist on various committees that have been formed. Please visit the Facebook page for Christian Music Min-istries if you are a former member and want to con-nect, or contact us at joyfulnoisereunion@gmail.com.

    BIBLE STUDY FELLOWSHIP GROUPThe Rensselaer County Troy Senior Service Center located

    at 19 Third Street, Troy, has a weekly Bible Study Fellow-ship Group led by Andy Agcaoili. Come join us for light refreshments and great conversation. This is a non-de-nominational group. They meet every Friday from 10:30 11:30 a.m. Please consider staying to join us for the fabulous lunch we serve every day at 12 to all seniors age 60 and over. Call 270-5348 for more information.

    STUDY ON THE PATIOWeve learned that Job was suffering greatly, and now we learn what it is like to have friends who know no com-passion. What is the man to do? Bring your fold-up chair for Bible Study on the patio at Church of the Re-deemer in Rensselaer on Wednesdays at 4:30 to nd out what happens next. Spoiler alert: there is a happy end-ing! For further information, please call 518-650-8181 or email RedeemerRensselaer@outlook.com or visit our website at RedeemerRensselaer.com. The church is lo-cated at 1249 Third Street, Rensselaer, at the corner of Third and Catherine Streets, on CDTA #214 bus route.

    GODS WORK, OUR HANDSThe Lutheran Churches of St. Stephens in East Scho-dack, and Trinity in Castleton, invite you to join us at 10:00 a.m. Sunday, September 13, 2015, at the Scho-dack Town Park, Route 150, for Community Worship led by Pastor Vernon Victorson, with a Brunch to follow. We are supplying the Burgers, Hot Dogs, Salads and all things needed for a picnic, water, coffee and of course our deli-cious infamous desserts made by our members. If de-sired, you may bring a dish to share, and your soft drink of choice. There will be games and crafts for all. We are accepting donations of non-perishable foods, that will be given to the St. Pauls Center for Women and Children, in Rensselaer, and other area Food Pantries. If you would like more information on this event, please contact De-lores Heilmann 518-732-2233 or Alice Senrick 518-852-1504. Save the date, we look forward to meeting you.

    TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH HAS GREAT NEWSTrinity Lutheran church is aware that many of our children are unable to attend Sunday School on Sunday mornings because of other obligations, so we now have GREAT NEWS as we are addi