New Scotland

VOORHEESVILLE — Homemade take-out meals are available at the First United Methodist Church, 68 Maple Ave., and include dessert.

Here’s the menu for six weeks:

— March 23: Beef pot roast;

— March 30: Spaghetti pie, a new item;

— April 6: Swedish meatballs;

— April 13: Turkey, which is very popular;

Voorheesville high school students plan to launch a camera-laden weather balloon into near space to measure the curvature of the Earth.

Two seats are open on the school board here. Current board member Doreen Saia said that she will run, again. Nominating petitions are due in the district office April 20.

A new barber shop in Stonewell Plaza provides hot-towel shaves, beard trims, and edge-ups to local patrons.

During a lock-out situation Friday, school officials were monitoring who was entering the building through the front security system.

As Roger Spencer's grave was being dug, a far-off cousin called the funeral home to have Spencer buried near his mother in Schenectady under a stone bearing his name and birth date.

Indian Ladder Farms applied this week for a permit to operate a food truck or vegetable stand on a lot the orchard owns near John Boyd Thacher Park.

Voorheesville's proposed $23 million budget is $334,000 greater than this year's budget, but officials are working blind while waiting for state aid figures to be released.

To the Editor:

Glenn Hebert will work on-site in Altamont for five hours a week, costing the village $10,335 per year.


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