The First Congregational Church 518-483-3950 First Church in Franklin County Franklin County Humane Society, Inc. 518-483-4559 Prevention of Animal Cruelty North Country Workforce Investment Board 518-561-4295 Workforce Development Adirondack Executive Services 518-354-0418 English-French translation services
Malone Chamber Business Training Classes:
March 31, 2015 Pre Business Workshop (how to begin a business)
April 21, 2015 Running Your Business by the Numbers (excel)
May 19, 2015 Merchant Services (changes in the credit card industry)
These classes are sponsored by the Malone Chamber, The Small Business Administration, One Work Source, America's SBDC New York SUNY Plattsburgh.
Everyone is welcome, there are no fees. Please register by calling 518-564-2042 or 518-483-3760 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, March 25
Verizon Wireless will be sponsoring an American Red Cross Blood Drive from 1-6 pm, at 3357 State Route 11, Malone. Contact: 1-800-RED-CROSS or redcrossblood.org for further information.
The Brushton-Moria FFA will be hosting a pancake breakfast and Open House on Saturday, April 11th. The breakfast will be from 9 am - noon at the Brushton-Moria Central School. Pre-sale tickets cost $6/Adults, $5/Senior Citizens, $4/Students and Free for 5 and under. Call 518-529-7342 or 518-529-7324 x 1204. Cost at the door will be: $7/Adults, $6/Senior Citizens, $5/students and Free for 5 and under. Day events will be:
9 am Chinese Auction
Calf Raffle donated by Papas Dairy $5/ticket
Drawing @ 2:30 pm
Craft Fair until 3 pm, (STILL HAVE VENDOR OPENINGS)
Bouncey House / Face Painting/ Kids games and activities
Maple soft serve ice cream, maple cotton candy, popcorn and
other refreshments available.
9 am - noon Boiling Demonstration in Sugar House
11:30 am Tours of sugar bush running every 45 minutes
Time to get ready for the Adirondack for Kids Tag Sale…
Saturday April 11th 9am – 1pm Adirondack Room at Mo’s Pub & Grill
Donations of good, clean items are being accepted and can be dropped
off from April 6 – 10 at Mo’s. For bigger items, please call ahead and schedule a drop off with
Christine Monette, 483-3667.
Example of items to donate:
-Clothes (in good repair and clean) -Furniture
-Household goods -Kids toys
-Working appliances -Books/movies/CDs
Adirondack for Kids is a Fund which provides grants to not-for-profit youth organizations in Franklin,
Clinton, Essex, and St Lawrence counties. For more information about the Fund or to obtain an application,
contact Nancy Monette at 483-3835.
Pouring Light Studios presents the 5th annual
featuring SUNY Plattsburgh art students.
Opening reception: 432 East Main
St. (ground floor...new location) Saturday, March 28,
and music provided, featuring harpist Alena Machabee.
This is the maiden event for Pouring Light Studios new location,
from previous location (no more stairs).
The North Franklin Theater Group proudly presents
Our 2015 Interactive Dinner Theater Event….
by Peter DePietro
Directed by Joe Eggsware
Natasha Kutchka, famed Kirov prima ballerina, and Sergei Bolstov,
artistic director of the Kirov, are in the United States as part of a
Cultural Exchange. Or are they? Secret codes are dropped,
mysterious letters passed, and art soon gives way to a plot
of international espionage. Detective Hudson Hotchkiss, actor
by week and private eye by weekend, finds himself the sole
orchestrator of justice when an American musician who is
also a spy for the Soviet Union is shot dead. With whimsy
and lines borrowed from Broadway shows, he solves the mystery
and has the hills alive with the sound of music!
PERFORMANCE DATES/VENUES (ALL SHOWS AT 6:00 PM SHARP)
Tickets: $28.00 per person-
Saturday, March 21st @ Elk’s Club (Malone)
Dinner Theater: To make reservations for the Amvet’s performances
on 3/7 and 3/14, please call 358-9839. Choice of turkey or ham
dinner with all the fixings.
To make reservations for the Elk’s performance on 3/21,
please call 483-7465 OR 483-9536. Menu is: Beef barley soup,
tossed salad w/raspberry dressing, roast turkey, stuffing,
mashed potatoes, veggies & lemon cake.
The First Congregational Church of Malone will be hosting an
Ecumenical Maundy Thursday Service April 2nd @ 6:00pm followed by
a light supper, all are welcome to attend.
For more information call the Church Office at 483-3950.
The Adirondack Arc’s 2nd Annual Egg-Stavaganza
April 4th, 2015
FRANKLIN COUNTY FAIR GROUNDS
• FREE EGG HUNT, COLORING,
& EGG DECORATING.
• BOUNCY HOUSES,FACE PAINTING
COTTON CANDY, FOOD,
HOT CHOCOLATE/COFFEE & BASKET RAFFLES!!!
Have your picture taken with the Easter Bunny!
Do you want to save money on your electric bill? Are you in favor of renewable energy?
NYSERDA has a program that pays part of the installation of solar panels
on private homes and small businesses.
This program is open to all residents and will continue until NYSERDA's monies run out.
Find out if your home is eligible (not too much shade) because it's time to move into the future!
Local resident Chad Keating from APEX SOLAR (a Malone Chamber of Commerce Business Member)
will be working with
DJ Demarse, also a Malone native, and Stan Dobert who owns APEX.
This company is state certified and installs solar systems.
APEX will be installing the Town of Malone solar project - giving the Town a guaranteed 25% savings on its electric costs.
There is no installation charge to the Town and there is a guaranteed saving! This same
program applies to individuals and businesses!
The panels feed energy directly into the Grid. When the sun is high, your meter runs backward, giving the
home or business owner credit on their bill. You do not have batteries because the energy is fed into the grid itself.
The advantage of solar energy is that it is clean,
consistent and supports the reliability of the grid.
To receive a FREE EVALUATION of your property contact APEX below. They can also help you attain NYSERDA,
Federal and NYS funding for this installation.
52 Main Street
Queensbury NY 12801