Welcome once again to the Brighton Buzz! Hope all are staying dry with all this rain we've been having!
Paul Smiths-Gabriels Volunteer Fire Department news
This past weekend was another great turn out for the joint efforts of Paul Smiths College and Paul Smiths-Gabriels Volunteer Fire Department's annual invitational canoe race.
Despite the rain and economic hardships, there was a great turn out. Thank you to all who supported this fund raiser and event. Hope to see more out for next years race. Remember there are classes for all levels of canoeing ability. Call Jim Tucker at the Paul Smith's College to be put on his mailing list for this race. 327-6300
Barbara and her gang are still faithfully providing food for the needy of the community. A reminder that the more who take part in this, the more grant money Barbara can qualify for to ensure this worthy project being available for those in need.
Franklin County Transit news
The Franklin County Transit is in full swing and its busses have painted scenes of area attractions making them a "cool" ride! Call the transit office at 483-9000, for details on routes, times, and fees.
White Pine Centenial Celebration
On Sunday, Aug.10, White Pine Camp is hosting its Centenial Celebration with a dedication of a new Alpine Rock Garden at 11 a.m., followed by guided tours of the cabins and grounds.
Also available will be picnic cook out with food provided by the Paul Smiths-Gabriels Volunteer Fire Department, as well as some other "snack" type food. There will also be a gift shop open. Call Pat and Tom Willis at 327-3433, for further information.
How we doing on reading and writing in our journals this summer Kid's? I'm presently reading two books, one is "The Enchanted Pillow Case." It's an easy reading book about the perils of three young kids born in Africa and how they are protected by good people from those who wish them harm. The second book is "The Chronicles of Narnia," a fun book that is interesting.
A recipe for a
This week since it's been such a damp rainy week, I'd like to feature a warm food for you to try with your parents help.
This dish is a simple lazagna caserole you can make.
Cook one package of lazagna noodles per package directions. Drain and set aside to cool. In a bowl mix two cups of cottage cheese, one cup of ricatta chees, and a cup of shredded mozzarella cheese. Spread a layer of cheese mixture down the center of each noodle, then roll the noodle into a "bed roll" and place in a shallow backing dish, after you get all the noodles stuffed and rolled pour your favorite spaghetti sauce over the noodles covering them completely, bake untill bubbly and hot all the way threw. Serve with your favorite garden salad and Italian bread for a warm and inviting meal that you made yourself!