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About two dozen Bolton residents take a break from singing Christmas carols Sunday, Dec. 16 to share their smiles with Adirondack Journal readers.

About two dozen Bolton residents take a break from singing Christmas carols Sunday, Dec. 16 to share their smiles with Adirondack Journal readers. Photo provided

• Wednesday, Jan. 9 — Bingo, 10:15 a.m. at Bolton Senior Center. Submarine sandwiches for lunch.

• Wednesday, Jan. 16 — Wii bowling 10 a.m. at Bolton Senior Center.

• Wednesday, Jan. 23 — Film: “The Bucket List, 10:15 a.m. at Bolton Senior Center. Lunch to be determined — with soup, chili, or ice cream definite possibilities.

• Wednesday, Jan. 30 — Bowling, 10 a.m. at SpareTime Lanes, Lake George. Lunch to follow at Golden Corral. Call Howard at 644-2137 for reservations.

Carolers well received

A robust crowd of local residents gathered Sunday Dec. 16 to sing Christmas carols at various homes and other locations around town. Mark and Linda Perry organized the activity — and Kathy Spahn helped by compiling a list of people to visit.

About 24 carolers met at the Bolton Town Hall where a school bus, piloted by Craig Hannon, picked them up and took them “over the river and through the woods” around our beloved rural town, taking us to six residences, where the group’s remarkable harmony was well appreciated.

The group then was dropped off at the Town Hall and they proceeded to sing their way around the downtown area, visiting six more homes.

Linda Perry made Christmas cookies which were left at the homes. The efforts of all the carolers spread holiday cheer to a good number of our local residents.

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