For additional information on this event, contact Associate Professor of Music Diane Paige at 431-4585 or at email@example.com.
Women’s Club of Cooperstown to meet
The Women’s Club of Cooperstown will hold its next meeting at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13 at Christ Church Parish House, 69 Fair St. Following a brief business meeting, the afternoon’s program will be “Hyde Hall Happenings” presented by Jonathan Maney. Those attending the meeting are reminded that the Women’s Club is continuing to collect donations for the Cooperstown Food Bank. Both food and monetary donations will be accepted.
Kay Pierro will be chair for the afternoon’s tea.
The meeting is open to members of the club and their guests as well as
any community members who are interested in this month’s program. For
more information about the meeting, or the Women’s Club of Cooperstown,
contact Martha Grossi, president, at 282-2404.
Scout bottle drive
Cooperstown Boy Scout Troop 1254 will have a bottle drive Saturday, Nov. 3. Scouts ask that residents have returnable deposit bottles and cans ready for pickup at 9 a.m. Place them on the curb, sidewalk or porch steps visible from the street.
The monthly bottle drives are the troop’s main fundraiser for activities, trips and events throughout the year. Special pickup for larger numbers of returnables can be arranged by calling 547-1310.
Lions Club to offer grants
The Lions Club of Cooperstown has announced its next round of requests for funds. Twice a year, the Lions Club invites not-for-profit organizations to request funds for specific projects that result in the enrichment of the greater Cooperstown community. Funding requests, submitted on the official application, are appropriate for seed money for new innovative projects/services as well as already established projects to maintain and/or grow. These funds are the result of various community fundraising endeavors conducted by the Lions Club.