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The McCarthy family will host their 4th Annual Alex's Lemonade Stand on Travers Eve, Friday August 23. In their continuing efforts to raise funds and awareness for the fight against kids' cancer, Peter, Paige, Brian and Matt McCarthy have set their goal to raise $2,000 this year!
Somewhat of a car enthusiast, Moskovits was amazed at how the Auto Museum opened his eyes to new pieces of automotive history he had yet to learn. He couldn't stop talking about his Auto Museum trip to his coworkers, and they got in touch with us here at Saratoga.com to share his experience and photos.
The following is a first-hand account of Moskovits' visit:
"Being part of Kars4Kids for a while now has given me a real appreciation for cars.
It was an appreciation that developed over time; at first I was just familiar with cars nearing their end-of-life, and grew to learn how every car no matter how rusted, dented, or what mechanical issues it may have can still make a huge impact . Every car has some value and that value can put a smile on the face of a child.
For the first time ever, a global fashion company will present this year’s Sizzling Hot Pink Saratoga Hat Luncheon on Fabulous Fillies Day to benefit The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, August 14.
Don't Let Us Slip From 3rd Place!
As you may know, Saraoga County RPC -- VETHELP is one of the finalists in The Home Depot Foundation's Aprons In Action contest. The grand prize is $250,000, but there are also prizes for 2nd and 3rd place.
With just a few more days of daily voting left, we are currently in third place, but only a few thousand votes separate us from 4th place.
Third place grant is $100,000. VETHELP plans to use this money toward opening up a thrift shop and providing a place for female veterans to work.
Your vote really matters, so PLEASE VOTE today through Friday at midnight, once per day!
Members of the Rotary Club of Saratoga Springs will be once again supporting efforts to eradicate polio throughout the world by hosting their annual 'Posies to End Polio' campaign. The Rotary Club of Saratoga Springs is selling a dozen roses for $20 now through May 29th.
Students at Lake Avenue School and Maple Avenue Middle School will be participating in fundraising efforts as well through the Purple Pinkie Project. They will have the chance to donate $1 toward vaccinations and have their finger colored purple, which replicates the stamp used in other countries when children are immunized. Please encourage your children to participate during their lunch period at Lake Avenue School on May 22 and at Maple Avenue Middle School on May 24.
The three bands performing are The Dependents, Bridgette Guerrette, and Vontus. All three acts consist of teen musicians that all have the same goal: get concert-goers to donate food to give back to the community. Admission to the concert costs one non-perishable food item or new, unwrapped gifts and stocking stuffers for teens.
I was able to ask Saratoga Guitar's Matt McCabe a few questions to get more information about the concert as well as other ways to donate.