Freeze Warning In Effect From 1 AM To 9 AM EDT Saturday…The National Weather Service In Upton Has Issued A Freezewarning…Which Is In Effect From 1 AM To 9 AM EDT Saturday. The freeze Watch Is No Longer In Effect.* Locations…Interior Southern Connecticut…The Lower Hudsonvalley…And Interior Portions Of Northeastern New Jersey.* Hazards…Sub-Freezing Temperatures.* Temperatures…Mid 20S To Around 30.* Timing…Late Tonight Through Early Saturday Morning.* Impacts…The Sub-Freezing Temperatures Will Kill Crops And other Sensitive Vegetation.
A Freeze Warning Means Below Freezing Temperatures Are Imminentor Highly Likely. These Conditions Will Kill Crops And Other sensitive Vegetation.
- 1. A’s services continue in the Parish Hall!
Sunday at 10 AM. Sunday School will also begin at 10 AM, and Coffee Hour will be held after the 10 AM service. We would appreciate any or all help during this time. During each Sunday, we will be setting up the church beginning at 9:15 AM and will have to put away all chairs after the service.
- 2. A’s 5k Run/Walk, 9:00 a.m., Saturday, May 2 Save the date for the 8th annual St. A’s 5K Run/Walk and 1-Mile Fun Run to Squash Hunger. The race will begin at 9:00 am on Saturday, May 2nd, at Senesqua Park in Croton. Proceeds from the race will benefit the Cortland Emergency Food Bank, a not-for-profit organization providing groceries to those in need. If you would like to volunteer on race day, please contact Gwen Kaebnick at firstname.lastname@example.org. To register as a runner or walker, visit www.sta5k.com.
- Calling all St. A’s women! Interfaith women’s outreach project – the Sisterhood of Temple Israel is hosting a program on May 11th, 7:15 pm, on women’s and children’s wellbeing globally, a project in conjunction with St. A’s parishioner Laura Seitz and members of Asbury United Methodist Church and The Upper Westchester Muslim Society in Thornwood. This year, the focus of the program will be on economic empowerment of women in low income communities. An important part of the program includes the preparation and assembly of layette kits for new mothers in African or Asian villages or wherever they are needed.) The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) distributes these kits globally. The full list of items is below and donations of any of the items will be much appreciated. Please drop off donations of items or cash which will be used to purchase layette items, to the Parish Office. A sign up sheet to attend the May 11th event is posted on the Parish Hall bulletin board.
Layette Kit Materials: (All items must be new)
6 cloth diapers (Prefolded or plain diapers only; No disposable diapers.)
2 shirts: Undershirts or onesies.
2 Infant size washcloths
2 gowns or sleepers
2 diaper pins with protective plastic closures; (No regular safety pins.)
1 sweater, jacket or hooded jacket with front opening, (May be hand knitted, crocheted, or sewn);
2 receiving blankets, Sizes may range from 28×28 inches to 32×32 inches; (No crib blankets please.)
- Middle School Youth Group at Rye Playland! Erik Thielking and other St. A’s parents are coordinating Middle School Youth Group again with an outing to Rye Playland. Possible dates for the event are Saturday May 9, Sunday, May 10, Saturday, May 16 or Sunday, May 17. Check out the dates and cast your vote at https://doodle.com/e5bec7n4knmy44yg6i76bbvi/private . Questions? Contact Erik at (email@example.com).
- JuneFest 2015! – Clothing Sale Details–
May 16 – clothes may be dropped off on the front porch of the Parish House.
May 19 – Tents are going up. Please contact Regina if you are available to help.
May 23-June 6 – Clothes are sold on the church lawn for $1 from 10-4 pm daily (weather permitting). Please bring your clothes donations from May 23 through June 5. It is very important to receive the clothes as soon as possible, so that we have the best chance of selling them. Please keep us in your thoughts as you spring clean. If you are available to hang clothes please contact Regina at 271-1348 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Regina Hertl, Clothing Chair, is looking for volunteers two weeks prior to JuneFest to sell donations/hang clothes during that period.
St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church
6 Old Post Rd North.
Croton-on-Hudson, NY 10520
Croton-on-Hudson Farmers Market: Opening Day, Sunday, May 10
Sundays through November 22nd, 2015, 9:00 am-2:00 pm
In the parking lot on Municipal Place, off of Route 9 exit
Calling all Runners and Families!!!
Just wanted to let you know about a really great race right here in Croton with scenic views of the Hudson, Croton Landing, and Half Moon Bay. It is the St. A’s 5K on Saturday May 2nd and it only costs $20.00 in advance ($25.00 the day of the race) and includes a great T Shirt as well as prizes for the first three finishers as well as the first runners in each age group. All the money raised goes to support the Croton/Cortlandt Food Pantry. For families, there is a 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk for only $15.00 (in advance, $20.00 the day of the race). There is even a party afterwards with treats and hydrating drinks for everyone (there will be water stations throughout the race as well).
Won’t you join us and have a great time running in a beautiful environment and at the same time supporting our neighbors that don’t have enough to eat?
Here is a link to the website:
Featuring music and sound effects from Croton’s own Steve Pollak and refreshments from the Blue Pig! Click here for showtimes and ticket info.