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Sand Lake Historic Church Tour

August 29, 2008 Leave a Comment 

An Historic Church Tour of Sand Lake churches will take place on September 7 from 1 to 5 pm, presented by the Sand Lake Center for the Arts, the Sand Lake Historical Society and the Zion United Church of Christ. Visit the many historic churches in the Sand Lake area. Start at the Sand Lake […]

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DEC’s Little Helpers

August 29, 2008 Leave a Comment 

by Bea Peterson   In April young conservationists Colin King, Noah Abbott, and Michael Matatt helped stock fish in the Walloomsac River. The New York trout fishing season is winding down now and hopefully most fishermen had a good season due to the kids’ hard work.  For the past 50 years members of the Pioneer […]

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The Hoag Family Receives An Out Pouring From The Community

August 29, 2008 Leave a Comment 

  The North Hoosick Fire Department along with several members of the community held a benefit chicken barbecue, ran several raffles and had a music concert for the Michael and Jackie Hoag family. Their 17 month old son has been diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. On Monday, August 11, members of the benefit committee […]

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The Largest Corn Maze On The East Coast

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  The public is invited to take part in making history in Hoosick and attend the ribbon cutting ceremony of the largest corn maze on the east coast on Saturday, September 6, at 11 am at The Corn Maze at Kettle Farms on the Troy-Bennington Road in Hoosick, NY.     Capturing Hoosick’s bond with […]

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Hoosac School Hosts Girl Scout Day Camp

August 29, 2008 Leave a Comment 

In early August the Hoosac School athletic fields became a campground for the Hoosick Falls Girl Scout day camp. Fifty area girls attended the camp. The theme this year was TV game shows. Girls made games, played TV game show games, hiked, made crafts, enjoyed the outdoors between storms, had a cookout, did a clean […]

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Cheney Library Teddy Bear Picnic

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On Tuesday, August 19, the Cheney Library held its annual Teddy Bear Picnic. Librarian Carol Gaillard (center) encouraged a shy youngster and her bear to join the gathering. The Picnic included story reading, lots of fun and refreshments. (Bea Peterson photo)

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Tara Lamb And Edward Cottrell Are Wed

August 29, 2008 Leave a Comment 

  Tara Anne Lamb and Edward William Cottrell were united in marriage on Saturday, August 16, 2008, in a private ceremony along the Battenkill River on the grounds of the Georgi Museum and Park in Shushan, NY.  Afterwards the couple, along with their families, enjoyed a private reception at the Eagle Bridge Inn. Tara is […]

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Free Gas Raffle!

August 29, 2008 Leave a Comment 

The Hoosick Falls Kiwanis is having a Gas Raffle. For a $5 donation you get the chance to win either $350 (First Prize) or $150 (Second Prize) in free gas from Stewart’s. Or use your certificates for food. This fund-raiser is going to assist the Kiwanis Club of Hoosick Falls in sponsoring a Holiday Party […]

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Friday National Bowling League Needs A Team

August 29, 2008 Leave a Comment 

The Friday National Bowling League at the Barbecue Recreation in Hoosick Falls has an opening for a five man team. The league will commence on Friday the 5th of September and run for 33 weeks. Interested bowlers should contact Leo Surdam at 518-686-4219 as soon as possible. The vacancy will be filled on a first […]

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Wednesday International Bowling League Needs A Team

August 29, 2008 1 Comment 

The Wednesday International League at the Barbecue Recreation in Hoosick Falls is looking for one team to fill it’s fall/winter league. Start date will probably be Sept. 3. This is a handicap league with a 5-man player strength and you may have four substitutes. If interested, please call Stan Brownell at 518-686-4881 or Jack Fitzsimmons […]

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