As our motto states, “we serve”. How do we serve? We perform community projects:
- Indian Meadows Tree Farm: We planted over 200 saplings of various varieties in Indian Meadows Park this past Spring. As these trees grow, they will be re-planted in other areas of the park as needed. We will continue to care for these trees and supplement them each year.
- “Adopt-a-Highway”: We have “adopted” a mile long section of Sacandaga Road starting at Spring Road and heading north.
- Freedom Park: We maintain the picnic tables in Freedom Park.
- Collins Park Pavilion: We have built a large 100 person pavilion in Collins Park for the Village of Scotia. Contact the village if you’d like to rent the pavilion. To find out more about this project, see our Pavilion Page
- Splash Pad: We are constructing a splash pad in Collins Park. For more information on this project, see our Splash Pad page
We also hold several fund-raisers through-out the year, wreath sales at Christmas, a spaghetti dinner in March, chocolate bunny sales at Easter, and a golf-tournament in September. The money from these fund-raisers have been used to support the following programs:
Animal Protective Foundation of Schenectady
Rotterdam Junction Fire Dept. Flood Relief
Schalmont Athletic Association (Hurricane Irene flood relief)
Schenectady County Waste (Hurricane Irene flood relief)
Scotia Food Bank
Scotia-Glenville Memorial Parade Committee
Schenectady Inner City Mission
Thanksgiving Baskets (SG – Burnt Hills)
Christmas Baskets (SG – Burnt Hills)
Habitat for Humanity
Babe Ruth and Scotia Little League
Boy Scouts of America
Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Junior Baseball