Minutes | July 8, 2016
Chestertown Farmers Market: Every Wednesday 10AM – 2PM from now until mid-Sept. Over 1200 people visited the market last week – CFM committee has voted to give the Town of Chester $200 each year to assist with lawn maintenance.
Car Hop: July 15th at the Hub – Car Hops are held the 1st Friday of the month at the Panther Mt. Inn and the 3rd Friday of the month at The Hub beginning around 5 PM. Trophy sponsors are still needed – $40 to have your business donate the trophies for each event. We also need someone to do the 50/50 raffles so anyone willing to give an hour of their time would be appreciated!
Carol Theatre: Next performance is July 14th, 7PM with the Charles Cornell Jazz Quartet – a Tribute to Dave Brubeck.
Main St. Ice Cream Parlor, Panther Mountain Inn,
Odd Duck , Rustic Charm (next to theater)
Chestertown Farmers Market – Wednesdays 10 AM to 2 PM
Information: call 518-494–5318
Casino Night: Committee of Don, Al, and Randy was formed to organize another Casino Night which was a huge hit last year. Decision will be made to have it toward the end of August or as a part of Rum Runners Weekend (September 17-18). Cost to the TLBA is $850 if we supply our own Dealers (which was not much fun for many of us last year) or if they supply the Dealers $2,725. Anyone willing to help out with this please call Randy at #494-5695.
North Warren School Scholarship: This year’s TLBA Scholarship was awarded to Jack Bartlett and a lovely Thank You note from Jack was received.
The Art in Chestertown: Summer Creations! June 10th – July 23rd. Check out this great studio on 6 Pine St. in Chestertown if you haven’t all ready done so to see phenomenal works by local artists. Summer Hours are
Thurs – Sun:11AM – 5PM.
Help needed for International Exchange Students: Susan Andonucci along with a lovely young lady (Yuka) requested help from our community for 3 girls who have traveled here (on their own money) to work for the summer. They were guaranteed jobs and lodging but their sponsor did not fulfill their responsibility and now these girls are looking for work and/or appropriate lodging facilities. They can be paid minimum wage and work +/- 30 hours a week as their visit to our country was to experience the culture and language (although they all speak excellent English!). Even if you can only give these girls a few hours of work a week, it would be greatly appreciated as would any type of appropriate lodging. Please call Susan Andonucci at #803-4121 if you can help!
Fork to Fork: Great success and will become a yearly event for our area.
Outdoor Live: September 23,24,25 – Rifle & pistol training, Chainsaw cutting demos, Bow & Arrow shooting and much more is being planned.