Again, the seniors club will be making contributions to the Bolton Health Committee’s project of providing holiday baskets for needy families in the community. Club officials are requesting that their members donate either a gift card to Walmart or a check made out to the Bolton Seniors. The funds will be used to purchase toiletries for each family. For details and to choose dinner entrees, call Pat at: 644-2327, Rita at 644-9545 or Lorraine at 644-9247.
Library Cook-off upcoming in Bolton
A popular community social event that was a considerable success in its debut year of 2012, is returning in several weeks.
Back by popular demand, the Bolton Library is holding their second annual Cook-Off on Sunday, Nov. 3 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Bolton Community Center on Edgecomb Pond Rd. Prizes will be awarded for both professional and amateur entries. There will be a $5 donation to taste all the entries and to cast a vote for a favorite dish. This year, Jeffrey Strief, owner of Happy Jack’s will be the Master of Ceremonies. This event was very well attended last year and everyone is welcome.
Bolton’s Best Chili
The public has tasted and they’ve cast their votes. Market Place Steakhouse & More was the winner of the recent chili cook-off sponsored by the Bolton Landing Chamber of Commerce. They will be awarded the wooden spoon trophy in the near future. The Market Place offered three different offerings of chili for the tasters to choose from. A close second and third place winner was the Boathouse Restaurant whose chili was served at Adirondack Cotton Co. and Serendipity Boutique. Aside from traditional chilis, chicken chili was served up by Adirondack Trails, and two vegetarian versions were provided by McDonald Real Estate Professionals. The Chamber would like to thank all the tasters, all the businesses that provided chili and Kelly O’Neil-Teer, owner of Serendipity Boutique, for organizing this event, the first of its kind for Bolton.