Bethlehem Grange #137 Monthly Meeting

4th TUESDAY OF THE MONTH @ 7 PM

Visitors are welcome to attend  monthly meetings at the Bethlehem Grange #137, 4th Tuesday of the month, at 7 PM. The Grange was formed as a organization  for the rural community, but has since evolved as a Community Service organization. Handicap Accessible!   The Albany Board of Elections bipartisan representatives will be there to answer your questions, register voters, demonstrate the New Electronic Voting Machine, and you can actual use it.  For anyone who has any handicap issues or an inability to use the regular machine, the Marker Machine is your answer.  You can actually try this machine out!  The next meeting is Tuesday March 22, 2016 at 7 PM.   Bethlehem Grange #137 24 Bridge St.(Rt 396 W from Rt 9W), Selkirk, NY 12158

For more details call:

Carol Carpenter (H) (518) 438-8862  (C) (518) 421-1384 or
Caroline Wirth (H) (518) 439-9417 or (C) (518) 424-4953

Chicken and Biscuit Dinner

April 2, 2016 4-7 PM
Includes Beverage & Dessert Take-outs Available Served Family style.

Bethlehem Grange # 137
24 Bridge St., Selkirk, NY 12158 Rte 9 to Rte 396 W approximately 1/10th mi on left from Rte 9W Handicap Accessible

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