Young students honor Earth Day
On Friday, April 15, kindergarten students of Bolton Central School picked up litter on school grounds in an event intended to prompt lifelong stewardship of their natural surroundings. The activity, held annually in observance of Earth Day (April 22), is intended to boost environmental responsibility in the young students. Classroom curriculum about respect for the environment accompanies the activity.
Palazzo benefit dinner
Friends and family of local resident James Palazzo, a cancer patient, will be holding a benefit dinner on April 30 in order to raise money to pay for his rising medical costs.
Palazzo was recently diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer that has metastasized to his liver. The benefit will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Lakeside Lodge and Grille on Main Street in Bolton Landing. Adults will be charged $15 and children are free. A live auction, a Chinese auction, and raffles will be featured. For details or to arrange for transportation or a donation delivery, call Mike and Linda at 644-3020, Cindy and Mike at 743-0338, or Danna and Ruben at 743-180.
Donations can be mailed to: 121 Federal HillRoad, Bolton Landing, NY 12814. Send e-mails to: email@example.com.
Bolton Chamber seeking vendors
The Bolton Chamber of Commerce is now seeking vendors to participate in their first-ever Bolton Bike & Art Fest, planned for Thursday, June 9 through Saturday, June 11.
Chamber officials are inviting local artisans, crafters and vendors of motorcycle-related products and services to participate. The Chamber will also offer space to motorcycle owners trying to sell their vehicles. During this weekend, during which the region hosts the popular Americade motorcycle rally, the town will be participating in the Americade Scavenger Hunt, and downtown Bolton will offer art, music, food and more. Call 644-3831 for details.
Bolton Seniors' activities
• Wednesday, April 27 - Bingo, 10:30 a.m. to noon at Bolton Senior Center. Lunch plans to be announced.
'Seniors of the Year' banquet set
The annual Senior of the Year luncheon to honor area seniors contributing to their communities in Warren and Hamilton counties, is set for May 19 beginning at 11:30 a.m. Reservations are due by May 3. The event, which includes honoring Loon Lake resident Fred Hoenigman, 88, for 25 years of service to Meals on Wheels, is to be held at Fort William Henry Hotel in Lake George village. After a quarter-century delivering meals to the homebound, Hoenigman is retiring from the service he provides. To be awarded as Outstanding Contributing Senior is Maureen Mihalics of Diamond Point, who was nominated by three senior groups in the area. For details or to make reservations, contact Pat Pratt at 644-9459.
BCSstudents pass reading goal
Bolton Elementary students recently responded with enthusiasm to a reading challenge event, surpassing a goal set by the school faculty. In the reading challenge, they read a total of 10,644 minutes. Bolton Central Guidance Counselor Michelle Borgh and school Principal Damian Switzer agreed to be slimed in front of the students if they reached their goal of 6,000 minutes - which they nearly doubled. Switzer and Borgh were reportedly good sports as the students gleefully watched them having buckets of gooey green slime poured over them.