The Youth Ministry of Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church will take up a Souper Bowl collection for hunger-related charities on Super Sunday, Feb. 3. They are asking the congregation to donate to either the Giants soup bowl or the Patriots soup bowl. When the collection is counted, the youth will announce the winning team of the Souper Bowl of Caring. Bolton Rec Activities
Director, Michelle Cushing, has announced a number of increased activities for February. There will be a drawing contest open to all grade levels. Posters can be turned in at the school office or into the rec center. The winner will receive a prize and their drawing will be painted on the new wall that has been built in the rec center. The final deadline is Feb 15. The Rec Center at the Town Hall will be open from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. for a dance on Feb. 1. Also on Feb. 1, a trip to the Fun Spot is planned. Bus leaves at 3:30 and returns at 6:30 p.m. The Fun Spot skating program is for children in grades 3-6. Children in grades k-2 are welcome to attend but must be accompanied by a parent. The cost is $3.50 ($2/$3.50 extra for skate/blade rental) After school supervision is provided for those children staying until the bus leaves. Bus picks up/drops off at school. Sign up at BCS office. Swimming at the Sagamore has been added to the list of activities with the first swim on Wednesday, February 6. Permission forms are available at school or the Rec Center. Additional dates are scheduled through April 23. Beginning on March 1, Happenings Recreation Center will expand the open hours to be open Monday through Friday from 3 to 6:30 p.m. Town Web site:
If you havent looked at the Town of Bolton website lately, take a look at the new format and additional information at
. At first glance, the site looks like the old one, but moving around in the various categories, information has been streamlined and new information added. Town Board agendas are now included on the Web site.