Wonderful turnout for the Lexington non-partisan meeting on Jan. 25. Excellent presentation by Town of Lexington Fire Company Chief Paul Dwon and Captain of the Rescue Squad Liza Dwon. Updates were given on several important town topics — the town’s website, comprehensive plan, grocery store and Windham Falls at Lexington. Your comments, suggestions and views matter in the growth of Lexington.

Happy birthday to Rose Williams on Feb. 2. Happy 3rd birthday on Feb. 4 to Emma Jane Dwon. Best wishes!

The Hudson Mohawk Chapter of the American Theatre Organ Society will have a free program at noon Feb. 11 at the Proctors Theater Main Stage, 432 State St., Schenectady. John Wiesner and Claudia Bracaliello will be playing the three manual Wurlitzer theater organ named “Goldie.” The concert is free and mid-day, so no one has to drive after dark. If you are able to park in the parking garage, there are free passes. It would be good to see the new seats in the theater more full. These concerts are held once a month until June. The next one will be March 3.

TGIF Brooks Chicken BBQ 3-6:30 p.m. Feb. 14, Valentine’s Day, at the Lexington/West Kill UMC, 54 County Route 13A, Lexington. Takeouts will be available or you can enjoy your dinners and fellowship in the dining hall. An adult dinner is $12 and includes half a chicken, baked potato, green beans, coleslaw, roll and cupcake. Children 5–10 years are $5 and under five years are free, chicken halves, $7. To reserve your tickets call Betty at 518-989-6612. Tickets are also available through the parishioners. You can buy tickets at the door, but buying your tickets in advance will reserve your order.

Alan Winter, a resident of Spruceton Valley, will present a talk on WOLF, at the Golden Notebook in Woodstock, at 4 p.m. Feb. 15. WOLF is an historical novel that gives a bird’s-eye view on how the most cultured, educated country in the world gave away their freedom and voted to be ruled by a dictator. Join Alan Winter to hear how he, and former Federal Prosecutor and Judge, Herbert J. Stern, came to write this book and how they reveal secrets that have been hidden behind a curtain of silence by historians for 100 years.

Prayers for John Grinnell, Pastor Bob and Kate Barnum, Ellouise Cole, Marilyn and Nancy Dippold, Donna Falke, Betty Hapeman, Martha Hartman, Sally Hildebrand, Dale Klein, Janice Maben, Barbara and Bill Mead, Jannel Mellott, Pastor Bob and Diane Nash, Ellis and Betty Potter, Stephanie Pushman, Joan Rappleyea, Ann Robinson, Art and Joyce Rood, Ann Shoemaker, Ann Simpfenderfer, Clarence and Jeanne Soule, Tom Soule, Don and Diane Strausser, Dr. Dan Sullivan, Albert Van Etten, Gladys Van Valkenburgh, Annette Waller, Debbie Wandursky, Mary and Ron Westman, Mickie Winters, Australia, our country, our government, our military and their families and all others in need of prayer.

Greene County Senior Nutrition Program for the week of Feb. 3–Feb. 7, is as follows: Monday—Baked chicken with gravy and cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, carrot coins, butterscotch pudding; Tuesday—Broccoli/cheddar quiche, hash brown potatoes, V-8 Juice, Pineapple Delight; Wednesday—Pork chop with gravy, red cabbage, applesauce, scalloped potato and spiced cake; Thursday—Crab topped cod, green beans, baked potato, fruited gelatin; Friday—National Fettuccine Alfredo Day—Fettuccine Alfredo with chicken, fresh salad, broccoli, fresh fruit. All persons over 60 and spouses are invited to attend. Meals served at noon for a suggested donation of $4 per meal. Please call at least a day in advance to reserve your meal. Mountain Top Senior Service Center is located in the Jewett Municipal Building, Route 23C, 518-263-4392.

The first Greene County Public Health Department Rabies Clinic for 2020 will be held 6-8 p.m. March 25 at the Medway-Grapeville Firehouse, Route 51, New Baltimore. Public Health Law requires all cats, dogs and ferrets to be vaccinated for rabies starting at 12 weeks old (three months). Bring record of pet’s previous vaccination to receive a three-year certificate. If no record is presented, pet will be given a one-year certificate. Dogs should be on a leash, cats and ferrets in a carrier. Please call ahead for ferrets. If you are feeding a stray cat or dog, please be sure to bring it for vaccination. Clinic are free, however, donations will be accepted to defray program cost. Requested donation of $5 per animal. Veterinary services provided by New Baltimore Animal Hospital. Call Greene County Public Health Department at 518-719-3600 if you have questions or need more information.

Until next week take care, be thankful, be humble and kind. Your one act of kindness could change someone’s life.

Johnson Newspapers 7.1


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