Cars for a Cure! Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund of CNY, Inc. and Sun Auto Team Up to Fight Breast Cancer
The Sun Auto Group and Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund of CNY, Inc. Team Up to Fight Breast Cancer.
Get a great deal on the purchase of a vehicle and support a great cause!October is breast cancer awareness month. Sun Chevrolet in Chittenango, NY and Sun Auto Warehouse in Cicero and Cortland, NY are doing their part to help find a cure. With every vehicle purchase on October 19th and October 20th Sun will make a donation to the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund of CNY, Inc. Sun is dedicated to supporting their efforts in funding research to help find a cure for breast cancer.
Donation Pancake Breakfast
Leonardsville Fire Department will be having a Donation Pancake Breakfast at the Fire Hall on Mill Street. The menu is pancakes, eggs, bacon, sausage, applesauce, coffee, tea, OJ, hot chocolate and milk. For takeouts call 855-4466.
Charleston Historical Society“Mother Earth’s B
The Charleston Historical Society will be hosting the program “Mother Earth’s Bounty Harvest” which includes a Homemade Harvest Stew Dinner at the Charleston Historical Society’s Headquarters. Guest presenters are Sue Pacillo and Patricia Prill. A $5 donation will be appreciated to support our society with the maintenance of our cherished headquarters. Seating is limited so reservations are requested. Please call 518-829-7592 to make reservations.
The Charleston Historical Society’s headquarters is the former First Baptist Church of Charleston, located on Polin Road in the Town of Charleston. Follow NYS Route 30A south outside of Fultonville to the Town of Charleston. Take a right off of Route 30A on to Polin Road to the Charleston Historical Society’s headquarters.
"It is the final weekend of Rome Art And Community Center's Eeek-Stravaganza. Festive Fall Fun for all ages.
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Rome Community Theater Auditions
The Rome community Theater will hold auditions for its production of "A little murder never hurts anybody". Director Laurie Marshall will be holding auditions at the Rome Community Theater, upper Turin Road in Rome. She will be casting four actors ranging from 20 to 50 and two actresses ranging in age from 20 to 40.