As I write this, Hannibal United Methodist Church has called in to announce their New-2-U sale (the sale begins on Friday with a bag sale on Saturday.)
Hannibal Elderberries will host their annual sale at the Community Center, where you begin your junk hunt day!
There will be a Community-wide Yard Sale in the Hannibal area Saturday, May 3rd beginning at 8:00 am. If you wish to participate and would like your sale placed on the master list call 564-6410 and provide your street address and phone number by this Sunday April 27.
Scott’s Building Supply will be holding a SPECIAL SALE on May 3, Hannibal’s Yard Sale Day. You won’t want to miss this sale, which will be held in one of their pole barns on Auburn Street in the village.
Multiple copies of the master list will be available for the buying public at the Community Center (Library) beginning at 8 a.m.
The Senior Meals Program meets Monday, Wednesday and Friday for lunch at the Senior Center promptly at noon. The center opens at 10 for those who like to work on puzzles, read the paper or just have a chat over coffee.
The center is located in the Library across from the Hannibal Fire Hall on Oswego Street.
This week’s menu features:
Monday, April 28 — Cook’s choice (call for details)
Wednesday — Homemade macaroni and cheese, stewed tomatoes, vegetable blend, pears
Friday — Beef stew, biscuit, vegetable, juice, fruited gelatin
Activities: Monday — Games and Wii bowling; Wednesday — Games, bingo after lunch; Friday — games
The Senior Council would like to remind you that their rooms are available for groups and family rental when not being otherwise used. Please give Rosemary a call for information and booking at 564-5471.
The Hannibal Methodist Church serves a free lunch (donations for this ministry accepted though) on Thursdays at 11:30. The church is one block west of the Village Square on Route 3 (Church Street).
The Mother and Daughter Banquet for the Hannibal United Methodist Church will be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 8. Reservations may be made with Ulah Baker, 564-6376 by May 1.
Presbyterian Women of Cayuga-Syracuse will meet at First United Church in Fulton on Saturday May 3.
Rita Hooper will be presenting a program on her mission trip to Appalachia last year. Meeting starts with registration at 9:45 a.m. In the afternoon there will be a ‘hands on’ project for the gals to work on while viewing a CD on the Brethren Center, including SERVV and Church World Service. For luncheon reservations please call 706-3564.
Hannibal Dems will be hosting a chicken barbecue at the American Legion on Rochester Street Sunday May 4 beginning at noon. They sell out quickly. If you would like to purchase pre-sale tickets, please call 564-5630.
The Jammers start up on Monday, May 5 with a covered dish dinner beginning at 6 p.m. at the American Legion on Rochester Street in Hannibal. Bring a dish to pass, the table service will be provided.
The Jam begins at 7. It has been a long, long winter for many of us waiting for the return of the Jammers. Drat, I’ve got three places to be that night…guess I’ll get there late – save me dessert Gloria!
There’s always room for more musicians, so if you play a fiddle, guitar, harmonica, washboard, sing or yodel, mark the Jammers on your calendar. They meet every Monday at 7 p.m. at the Legion from now until that white stuff that falls from the sky gets to bothersome to deal with!
The Oswego Association of American Baptist Women will meet for dinner May 5 at the Baptist Church in Pulaski. Registration is 6:15, dinner at 6:30. For reservations, please call Colleen at 298-5265 by May 1.
Last call for Church World Service Kits – If you have some kits and would like to get them on the Truck from Central NY going to the Brethren Center in Maryland, give Rita Hooper a call at 706-3564 and make arrangements to drop them in Fulton. The truck is being packed on May 6.
Home and School will meet at 6:30 p.m. May 6 at Fairley School room 30.
North Volney Methodist Church, (corner of County Routes 4 and 6 in Volney) will host a gospel concert featuring the Misfits and Lake Effect Bluegrass from 1 to 3 p.m. May 10. They will also have a used book sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; a plant sale, bake sale and lunch will be available too!
The concert is free; a free will offering will be received to pay the musicians.
The public hearing on the Hannibal school district proposed budget for 2014-15 will be at 6:30 p.m. May 12 in the board room at the high school.
The Friends of the Library have a new raffle basket called Just Frogin’ Around, all things frog. Includes a fountain, garden ornament, calculator, wrapping paper and more. The drawing is May 13.
Plans are underway for the Hannibal Alumni Banquet June 14. This year it will be held at the Elks Lodge on Pierce Drive in Fulton. Watch for posters for reservation information.