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Stottville Fire Company elects officers for 2018

STOTTVILLE — The Stottville Volunteer Fire Co. elected a full slate of executive and line officers for 2018 during its December meeting.

The officers, many of whom are returning to the office, are as follows: President James Briscoe, Vice President Jason Vernon, Secretary/Treasurer Malcolm Smalley, Trustees Bill Wendelken, Allen Preston and Ariel Pellegrino, Chief Michael Briscoe, First Assistant Chief Mark Wendelken, Second Assistant Chief Mike McCagg, Captain Nick Wendelken, First Lieutenant Austin Cranna, Second Lieutenant Joe Bounfiglio.

Company members also thanked the community for its support during 2017 and specifically for its support most recently of the Election Day hot sub sale, which saw more than 500 subs sold.

Raffle winners announced

HUDSON — The Hudson branch of the Columbia Memorial Hospital Auxiliary held their annual holiday raffle basket sale in the hospital’s lobby.

The winning numbers were picked and the following persons were awarded.

Thanksgiving Dinner basket first prize to Brenda. Christmas Holiday second prize to Kathy Kaner. Lenox dinnerware, serving for eight, third prize was won by Maureen Hotaling.

Interfaith Council offers Micah 6:8 Jr. Award

HUDSON — The Hudson Interfaith Council has begun planning for the Dr. Martin Luther King Service which is scheduled for Jan. 14.

In conjunction with this annual event, the Council will be presenting the Micah 6:8 Jr. Award to a deserving youth in the community.

In the Bible, the Book of the Prophet Micah has as its main focus God’s call to people who work for social justice within their community.

The Hudson Interfaith Council honors a graduating senior each year who has lived the ideals expressed by the Prophet Micah. A $250 scholarship for the student judged most deserving accompanies the Micah 6:8 Award.

To be eligible, the student must be a graduating senior, a member of a local faith community which is part of the Hudson Interfaith Council, been active in promoting goodness and justice, and have at least two letters of recommendation.

Graduating seniors who wish to be considered for this award are urged to complete the application form which is available in the Guidance Office of all area high schools or from their local faith communities.

The deadline for filing the application with letter of recommendation is Jan. 5, 2018.

The completed form is to be submitted to the high school Guidance Office, Church Office or the Hudson Interfaith Council c/o Christ Episcopal Church at P.O.Box 411, Hudson, N.Y. 12534.

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