North Country Ministry’s upcoming gala promises an evening of fun

To the Editor:

North Country Ministry of North Creek and Warrensburg is inviting the community to join us for a night of mystery and fun.

Friday, April 26 at Hiland Park Country Club in Queensbury, NCM will hold its annual Spring Gala. To begin at 6 p.m., the event will include appetizers, dinner, raffles, and some very exciting silent and live auction items. We are excited to host the specially created mystery “Stealing Seelye,” written and performed by the Adirondack Flatline Players. The drama features some audience participation.

Proceeds of the Gala provide the means to serve over 1000 people per month in a 650-square-mile area of the Adirondacks. Emergency assistance, clothing, free lunches, furniture, and advocacy are some of the services provided. The Baby’s Place helps parents and caregivers with training, clothing and furniture.

Tickets for this event, $55 each, may be purchased by calling 240-6013 or by downloading an invitation from www.northcountryministry.org. Last year’s gala was sold out, so early reservations are recommended with a deadline of April 17. Also, a list of auction and raffle items and program ad donors is available on the website.

NCM is thankful for the generous support provided by the Gala by: Glens Falls National Bank; Barton International; Trustco Bank; Stafford, Carr, McNally; Jim & Kay Morrissey; Cronin’s Golf Resort; Behan Communications; Law Office of John B. Pohl; Brian Landenberger of Schroon River Animal Hospital; Community Bank; Marvin & Co. P.C.; Denton Publications and Regional Radio Group.

Attend the gala and enjoy this night of mystery as we work together to solve “Stealing Seelye” — and assist others who are dealing with difficult life challenges.

Phyllis Meader, North Country Ministry

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