We have just received another addition to SRC’s “Summer Casual”calendar of events for July and August that replace our usual program of weekly and monthly dinner and breakfast meetings.
Mark your calendars to save 6 p.m. Thursday, July 19, for a family-friendly — and guest-friendly — cookout and pool party hosted by SRC members Jim, Andy, and Kevin Leyhane, and Roberto Martinez.
We have only three summer dates still open. If you are interested in hosting an event (such as a pool party, BYO picnic, cookout, etc.) or coordinating a family-friendly field trip (dinner at a marina, a sail on the Hudson River, etc.), please let President Roberto Martinez or President-elect Andy Leyhane know ASAP so we can get the planning under way and on the calendar for the information and planning effort of all.
• June 28 — Presidential Changeover Dinner: Our annual passing of the gavel, with Roberto Martinez handing over stewardship of our club to Andy Leyhane. Beginning at 6 p.m. at the Brown residence in Castleton, Please make your reservations ASAP with Debbie Brown.
• June 5 — Holiday week, no events scheduled.
• July 12 — Open
• July 19 — A family-friendly “Cookout By the Pool I,” 6 p.m., Leyhane residence, East Greenbush. Please make your reservations ASAP with Jim Leyhane.
• July 25 (Wednesday) — Pavilion picnic and New York-Penn League baseball game (Tri-City ValleyCats vs. Auburn Doubledays), at Joseph L. Bruno Stadium, Troy. Tickets $26. Please make your reservations ASAP with Terry Brewer.
• August 2 — “The Hunchback of Notre Dame,” 8 p.m. curtain, Mac-Haydn Theatre, 1925 State Route 203, Chatham. Tickets $39.50. Please make your reservations ASAP with Debbie Brown.
• August 9 — Open
• August 16 — Open
• August 23 — A family-friendly “Cookout By the Pool II,” 6 p.m., Forth residence, East Greenbush. Please make your reservations ASAP with Murray or Maggie Forth.
• August 30 –– Leading into heavy Labor Day weekend vacation schedule, no events.
(Traditionally, we do not hold events on July 4th week or during the week leading into the long Labor Day weekend.)