New Scotland

CLARKSVILLE — Matilda “Carol” Krause never stopped striving. An artist and writer, who worked for years as a colormatcher at General Electric Plastics, she always put her family first. As she coped with multiple sclerosis, she remained optimistic.

Voorheesville's mayor and village board plans to replace the Voorheesville Area Ambulance Service with re-trained volunteer firefighters. The retaliatory move would undermine the service without ensuring a viable replacement.

The Voorheesville School District is trying to revive its lunch program after pulling out of the federal lunch program. The district is raising prices and offering a new menu, after-school services, and catering.

NEW SCOTLAND — Beginning on Sept. 16, the Voorheesville Methodist Church, at 38 Maple Ave.) is once again providing take-out meals on Mondays.

On Sept. 16, the menu consists of baked lasagna with a green salad, crusty bread, and dessert.

NEW SCOTLAND — The First United Methodist Church of Voorheesville is starting its Free Community Lunch Program again this fall, the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month.

The first lunch will be on Tuesday, Sept. 10, from noon to 1 p.m., eat-in only.

NEW SCOTLAND — On Sept. 15, the First United Methodist Church, with Pastor Charlie Yang, will host Back to Church Sunday with worship and Sunday school both starting at 10 a.m.

A potluck lunch and barbecue will be held after the service. There will also be children’s activities.

To the Editor:

In response to last week’s Enterprise article about the Voorheesville Area Ambulance Service, I have a few thoughts.

To the Editor:

Every dog has its day and a groomer with three decades of experience is prepared to help pets look their best.

After the Battle of Gettysburg, July 1-3, 1863, an unidentified, dead Union soldier was found with an ambrotype photograph in his hands, with the images of three young children.  This image was the last image he saw before he died of his wounds.

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