Mountain Climbers Quest

Snowshoeing at Up Yonda Farm

For those who wish to support the vital end-of-life care that High Peaks Hospice offers while enjoying some outdoor winter fun, are invited to join an afternoon of snowshoeing in a fundraiser event Sat. Feb. 7 at Up Yonda Farm & Environmental Education Center.

Participants are urged to visit Up Yonda Farm and enjoy the beautiful scenery and some relaxed snow-trekking in the benefit event that starts at 1 p.m..

Snowshoes are available, including sizes for children as young as four. The price of $15 per person, $25 per couple and $30 per family up to 5 persons includes snowshoe rental. A parking fee is $3 per car. Call Sunday Conine at 743-1672 or e-mail: sundayconine@highpeakshospice.com to pre-register & for more info.

Bolton after-school program

Open to all local children, the Bolton After-School Program is housed at the Parish Hall of the Church of St. Sacrement. The program registers children on an ongoing basis throughout the school year. Now in its third year, the program offers a variety of activities.

Provided for students in grades Kindergarten through 5, the sessions are offered Monday through Friday from 2:45 to 6 p.m. during the school year. The program follows the Bolton School calendar, and is closed the same days that the Elementary school is closed.

Local food pantry

The Bolton food pantry is available for Bolton area residents. The food pantry is available to those in need of assistance. Contact Elaine at 644-2299 or 644-3831, Monday through Friday for details. The pantry is closed on weekends, so plan ahead for weekend needs.

Color copier available

There is now a color copier at the Bolton Town Hall, and it is available to public use at a charge of 50 cents per copy. The purpose of the service, town officials say, is to provide a convenience to those who require color copies. The copier's availability should save users from traveling to Glens Falls for their copying needs, they said.

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