Bolton Bulletin 11-13-2010

Once again, students from Bolton Central will be participating in the regional Academic Bowl competition which pits various teams against each other in a tournament of knowledge. Competitions are generally held Wednesdays at Queensbury High School. This year's members of the Bolton Central team are: Sonja Hess, Annelise Jensen, Emma Passaro, Mark Dawson, Katie Dimick, Valerie Jensen, Anthony Lemise and Siera Persons.

Awaited Spelling Bee is coming this Sunday

A reminder that the first annual Community Spelling Bee is this Sunday at 1 p.m. The event features adults as spellers, coached by local students - and it is bound to be fun due to the various game-show attributes, including Lifelines, mock bribery of judges and the ability for spectators to buy second chances for misspelled words. The event is expected to raise some urgently needed funds for the library.

Open House set at Conservation Club

The Conservation Club on Edgecomb Pond Road which has for years hosted memorable parties and celebrations of local folks, has been replaced with a brand new building.

Complete with Adirondack-style architectural influences, it was built to replace the deteriorating building which was originally the home to the local Fish & Game Club, which dissolved and donated the structure to the town in the late 1990s.

On Sunday Nov. 14 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., there will be an open house celebration complete with refreshments.

The new building not only has a lot more appeal, but the floor plan has been designed to offer beautiful views of the pond and surrounding scenery. The building, set on 22 acres of property, features a spacious patio with waterside benches - plus a trail along the pond has been developed. All are urged to attend the open house.

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