Scholarship applications sought
The Bolton Landing Business Association is offering a scholarship award to graduating BCS seniors that will be attending college with Tourism or Business Administration as their major. The applications have been distributed and must be completed and returned by May 21. Those local Seniors who have not received one, contact the school office or contact the Business Association at 644-2015.
Bolton publicized as prime getaway location
In case anyone missed it, Bolton Landing received a nice mention in the Travel Section of the Sunday New York Times as one of their picks as an "Off-Season Getaway." Bolton was mentioned in the good company of Barbados, Rio de Janeiro and other exotic locales. Of course I believe Bolton Landing is the premier place to be any time of year.
Church thrift shop to reopen
Don't forget that Henriette's Attic, a thrift shop at St. Sacrament Episcopal Church, has re-opened for their sixth season. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays until Memorial Day Weekend.
The store operators say they will continue to offer a wide variety of reasonably priced men's women's, and children's clothing as well as jewelry, accessories, toys, games and books. The shop welcomes donations of items during open hours.
'Girlfriends Getaway' next weekend!
There is still time to make reservations for the Girlfriends Getaway weekend, to be held at the Sagamore Resort May 14 through 16. Visit www.girlfriendsgetawaybolton.com for details on the 15 varied seminars, workshops and activities as well as a luncheon and fashion show. Marcie Fraser from YNN Channel 9 News will be the guest speaker and conduct a book-signing. Call the Bolton Landing Chamber at 644-3831 for reservations. We hope to see you there.
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