Postings for December 09, 2012
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||"Keeping Families Warm"
||Cozy Cabin Day Care is helping some CCS students Host a Yarn Drive. We will be collecting yarn for the THANKSGIVING HOME residents in Cooperstown. The residents will be crocheting blankets for needing families for the upcoming holidays. Our site is on County Route 28, just outside of Cooperstown, right before Seminary Road. Paul Ingalls has graciously allowed us to use his Fresh Farm Stand for our collection site. Any question call Tammy @607-376-6458. Hope to see you there.
||at Applebees in Herkimer to benefit the Little Falls Cub Scouts & Boy Scouts.
||Day of Impact
||Studio 8 Fitness, in conjunction with The Todd Durkin IMPACT Foundation and thousands
of other health/fitness centers around the world, is hosting “A Day of IMPACT” to benefit the hundreds
of thousands of people devastated by Hurricane Sandy. 100% of the proceeds will be donated directly
to those most affected in New Jersey and New York.
Studio 8 is preparing a morning of fun with a wide variety of workouts including TRX suspension
training, small group strength and cardio, indoor cycling and so much more! Help promote health and
wellness while supporting our fellow east coasters during this incredibly difficult time.
The suggested donation is $20 per person and you can stay and work out for as long as you would like.
In addition to monetary donations, we are also accepting various items that are desperately needed. A
raffle ticket will be given for each item donated from the list below:
Flashlights, batteries, Band-Aids, laundry detergent, toilet paper, Clorox wipes, deodorant, paper towels,
toothbrushes, toothpaste and diapers
This event is a great chance to give back. Imagine the IMPACT we can create together all over the world
to help support so many who are in need! Register online at www.studio8fitness.com or by contacting
Kelli Corasanti at 315.723.9986 or by email at email@example.com.
||Festival of Trees for America's Military Heroes
||There will be a silent auction of decorated trees, plus basket raffles, crafters, wreaths, centerpieces, refreshments, entertainment and fun for all!
Use lower parking lot, off Church St. The Senior Community center is fully handicap access. Admission; a non-perishable food or monetary donation, all proceeds. Supporting our Troops and Remembering our Veterans.
We are part of NYM's "Holiday on Main Street" Celebration. The event is hosted by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary, Post #6001. For more info and/or donations please call Natalie at (315) 292-3726 / 736-2456.
Join us as we honor our Veterans, past, present & future.
||Hamilton College Annual Service of Lessons and Car
||The Hamilton College Choir, directed by Professor G. Roberts Kolb, will lead a Candlelight Christmas Vesper Service of Lessons and Carols. Officiating over the service will be Rev. Jeffrey H. McArn, college chaplain, who invites all to join in the celebration of the Advent season.
At the Hamilton College Chapel.