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Town Talk 8-28-10

Ministry's golf fundraiser approaching

North Country ministry will hold its second annual golf outing Sept. 19 at 1p.m. at Cronin's Golf Resort in Warrensburg.

The cost is $85 per person, and the format is four-person scramble. Prizes will be awarded, and the prize for a hole-in-one is a custom set of golf clubs. A steak bake at Cronin's will follow the golf outing.

Homestyle dinner this weekend

At 5 p.m. Saturday Aug. 28, the Church of the Holy Cross on Main St. in Warrensburg will host a homestyle dinner. Diners will have a choice of meat loaf or baked ziti, accompanied by salad and dessert, all for a donation of $7 for adults, $5 for children.

Gospel singer to perform

Gospel singer John Osborne will be singing his inspirational songs, country-style, at two local churches on Sept. 12.

He'll be at the Warrensburg Assembly of God church on Main St.at 11 a.m. and at the Faith Baptist Church of Warrensburg at 6 p.m. All are welcome to attend either or both of these free concerts.

TD Bank to boost North Country Ministry

TD Bank of Warrensburg has launched an affinity membership program with North Country Ministry to boost donations to the agency which provides needed services for those with limited income or special needs.

If a minimum of 50 people sign up with TD Bank for the program, an annual contribution will be made by TD Bank to North Country Ministry based on the total assets of the affiliated accounts, bank officials said.

The donations are made on behalf of the bank, and no money would be subtracted from affiliate account holders. Contact Marcella Towers at TD Bank at 623-2991 to sign up.

Carpet cleaners is 'Business of the Month'

Briggs Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning of Warrensburg is this month's featured Business of the Month. Jason Briggs, a 1999 graduate of Warrensburg Central School, is the owner-operator of the enterprise. Jason started the carpet cleaning business in 2007 after working for a similar enterprise for about four years.

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