Bolton Landing

Christmas Cantata
A beautiful way to start the Christmas season, the Christmas Cantata, will be performed at Saint Sacrement Church on Saturday, Dec. 8 at 7 PM. The cantata is "Child of Peace" which will be sung by the Chestertown ecumenical choir accompanied by Robert Flachbarth on piano, Al Tolemeo on drums, Todd Lawson on guitar, and conducted by Lenore Simpson. Soloists for "Child of Peace" will be Kathy Tennyson andWarrensburg High School students Nicole Newell, Jonathan Newell, and Todd Lawson. It is open to the public. A free-will donation will go tothe Bolton After School Program. The Christmas Story
See the Christmas Story from a different perspective. The children of the Solid Rock Assembly of God will present a heavenly view of the reason God came to earth as a baby. Angels Aware will be presented on Sunday, December 9 at 11:00 a.m. in the church at 12 Church Hill Road, just off County Route 11. Light refreshments will be served following the presentation. The public is invited. This is a holiday event for the whole family. Christmas Crafts
On Sunday, Dec. 9 there will be a Holiday Craft Day at the Bolton Fire House. Open and free to all local children who would like to make crafts or gifts for the coming holiday. The program will run from 1 to 3 p.m. sponsored by the Bolton Firemens Auxiliary. Blessed Sacrament Activities
On Sunday, Dec. 9, the grades 7-12 Youth Ministry of Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church will be packaging and delivering cookies and Christmas Wishes to senior parishioners and neighbors. All parishioners are invited to take part in the church's Giving Tree which is adorned with Christmas gift tags requesting clothing and toys for those in need. Welcome Santa
Santas annual visit to the Bolton Firehouse will be on Saturday, Dec. 22. His sleigh is scheduled to arrive at 6:00 p.m. There will be gifts for all the little children. Santa will pose for pictures with individuals or groups, courtesy of the fire company. All the children of Bolton are welcome. Library Readers
On Wednesday, Dec. 12 at 7 pm, the Friends of the Bolton Free Library will present Winter Readings at the library.Readers include David Boyd, Bates Childress, Katrina Daugherty, Deb Gaddy, Ruth Lamb, and Hugh Allen Wilson.Each will read a short selection of their choice.Open to the public. Refreshments will follow. Bolton Rec Activities
The Bolton Key Club will be offering a day of supervised fun and activities on Sunday, Dec. 16 to children ages 4 years old to grade 5 allowing parents to complete holiday errands. The program will be at the Rec Center in the Town Hall from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Parents should be sure to pack a lunch, snack, & beverage for your child. RSVP to Michelle at 644-2400 ext 114. Fay Sherman Honored
Fay Sherman of New Vermont Road has been selected Aide of the Month by Greater Adirondack Home Aides for November 2007. She was chosen for always going the extra mile for her clients. She has been a Greater Adirondack Home Aid since 1992 and has always been completely reliable and dependable, according to John Penzer, Pres and CEO of GAHA. Mrs. Sherman will receive a paid day off, a check and a recognition pin. Congratulations, Fay. Library Leadership
Did you know that Megan Baker, currently has worked at the library for more than 25 years. Megan was hired to replace Kathleen Smith in February 1981.Megan's mother, Mary Jane Baker, was an assistant to Kathleen Smith in 1970 and 1971. Had a phone call advising that last week the list of youth that were taking first communion was incomplete. Another Bolton girl who was also taking first communion in another church was omitted. As the information was received from the Bolton church, all that could be listed were the known names. I am pleased to print all the legitimate news that is timely received. News of Bolton activities and residents should be received by Sunday evenings for the following Saturdays issue. Either phone the number at the top of the column or e-mail billmore@roadrunner.com. Thank you.

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