Trivia Night fundraiser for the Montague Reporter has quickly approached and is Saturday, September 22, with doors opening at 5:15 p.m. with food, games and a cash bar
St Kaz on Avenue A in Turners Falls has graciously donated the hall for the evening and many local businesses and individuals have donated prizes, and there will be plenty of gag gifts
So, come on down and help support the newspaper. You may just leave with a prize, a full stomach and hopefully a smile knowing you are helping an important feature in towns that the Montague Reporter covers.
The Montague Reporter's Trivia and Supper night on Saturday, September 22, starting at 5:30 p.m. has determined some menu selections which includes 1 plate for which you fill with selections such as these: Meatballs, kielbasa with sweet peppers and onions, baked beans, macaroni, potato and 4 bean salads, corn bread, rolls along with a dessert plate. You won't go home hungry for just $12. ( trivia is a separate fee of $10)
Also that evening we will offer some county fair type games where you could win a stuffed animal. If you have a nerf basketball, whoola-hoop, or something fun not damaging to attendees or St. Kaz Hall then please call me at 863-5125. We will return it to you undamaged.
Monday, September 17, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. in Greenfield. Free Introductory Workshop for individuals interested in Nonviolent Communication (NVC). For those new to NVC as well as experienced practitioners who want to integrate NVC more fully into their daily lives.
Participants will have an opportunity after the Introductory Workshop to register for the 7-week class that will meet Mondays, September 24; October 1,8, 15, 22, 29; and November 5, 9:30-11:30 in Greenfield.
Facilitated by Susan Hackney, MSW, long-time NVC practitioner and interpersonal communications trainer.
A Benefit for the Montague Reporter
Tuesday, March 27 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Wagon Wheel Restaurant, Gill
Menu: Lasagnas, Salad, Garlic Bread, Desserts, Beverages
Note: Cash bar available for Beer and Wine
Advance reservation $25, walk-in $30
reserve for discount at FriendsofMontagueReporter@gmail.com by March 23
There will be games, bingo and trivia for your entertainment
The Friends of the Montague Reporter will be holding a fundraiser Pub Quiz Night at St. Kaz in Turners Falls on Friday, September 29, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. We are planning to have teams of 3 to 6 with an entrance fee of $10 per person. Folks can sign up as a team in advance. Individuals arriving will be assigned to fill up teams or form their own team.
There will Montague Reporter mugs for sale, along with free snacks, 50/50 raffle, Bake sale and a cash bar courtesy of St. Kaz.
If you are on Facebook, you can find teammates by inviting your friends, coworkers,and neighbors directly- There's an event page "Pub Quiz" linked to our general Facebook page at www.facebook.com/montaguereporter
Stash, there was a paper this week, but the delivery person may be on vacation. I believe it will be the same paper next week, and I have no idea if the delivery person will be back and will deliver it then. I do know that you can get one at Weatherhead's, and maybe Carroll's (?), as well as Scotty's.
The MR has received a huge amount of donations. Much more than we are expected. So it appears we have it all from bikes to books,clothes, sports and camping equipment,
luggage, pictures frames, housewares, decorative items and a whole lot more.
Don't forget we are also having a bake sale and the chance to purchase a Montague Reporter coffee mug.
The Montague Reporter is having a giant tag sale, on Saturday, July 22, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. We are now reaching out to the community for donated items. The fundraiser, which will include a bake sale, Montague Reporter coffee mugs and a 50/50 raffle is sponsored by The Friends of the Montague Reporter. The majority of the tag sale tables will be set up in the lower portion of the St. Stan's parking lot next to 177 Avenue A which is directly across from the Turners Falls Post Office.
For information about what items will be accepted, drop off times and pick ups contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call Lyn, 863-4779, or Don , 863-5125. Donations can also be brought to the MR office on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday prior to the sale from 1 to 6 p.m.
Something to start thinking about: The Montague Reporter will be having a tag sale, on Saturday, July 22, from 8 a.m. to noon. We are now reaching out to the community for donated items. So save your stuff! The fundraiser, which will include a bake sale, Montague Reporter coffee mugs and raffle items is sponsored by The Friends of the Montague Reporter. It is a bit early to call into the office but you can start looking in your closets, attic and garage for suitable items.
At least the Reporter is typically brought directly to the door.
The lighter the Recorder gets the farther from the house it lands. Monday's paper is on the sidewalk...Tuesday's is just outside the gate...by Saturday it might be 5 feet from the door, but certainly not on the porch like it used to be.
Just spotted this today. You have a 20 ft walk to yours and last I knew YOU could walk without crutches.. I don't do my mail daily. And if it is any of your business I do tip well. All three of my papers.
"So it will be in my mailbox ....Super nice for us handicapped folks ...."
Isn't that where the rest of your mail is? The Reporter is being mailed to you -- that's why it's in your mailbox, right? If your mailbox isn't in a convenient location, isn't that a beef with the USPS, not the Montague Reporter?
Or maybe you're figuring that whoever delivers the Reporter should swing by your mailbox on the way in and pick up the rest of your mail? If so, I hope you tip _really_ well ..... :-)
So it will be in my mailbox 1/8 of a mile away, down and up hill. Super nice for us handicapped folks who have trouble walking. Hope it doesn't take long to find a driver. At least the paper is WORTH walking after... :-)
Customers in Erving and Millers Falls that get their newspaper delivered to them will see a change for awhile. Your delivery person has moved one and the Montague Reporter is looking for a replacement. Call 863-8666 if interested in taking over.
Your paper will arrive on Fridays with your mail. Sorry for this temporary delay.
Yahoo!. I just came across the bridge myself! What a thrill!
I saw you in the office, Don, as I just got back from looking at some super video equipment with the rest of the crew, Tim, Dean, Kathy. Woo, woo!
About 3:30 pm today just 1/2 hours ago the Gill/Turners Falls Bridge was open for 2 Way Traffic
I took a camera out from MCTV and videoed the traffic, Caution 20 mph sign, and drivers hooking and waving. Both a Gill and Montague patrol car gave the thumbs up sign.