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Friday, September 9, 2016

"Our Labor Day Weekend..." 'Judith Whitehead' (Inspiration Friday)

Judith Whitehead lives in Amherst New York
( A suburb of Buffalo, N.Y.)
 and has worked in the ophthalmology
 field of medicine for nearly 40 years

Our Labor Day Weekend

One of the nice advantages of living in a smaller town like  Clarence are the nice local fund raisers that are done.
Soups on!   Such a deal!
20 bucks a gallon for Manhattan
clam chowder,
including the bucket ..
.and so full of ingredients it's more
like a stew.


Labor Day is the annual Clarence Town Fireman's Chowder sale.  Literally gallons and gallons of the chowder is made for a fundraiser with ingredients such as chicken, vegetables, meat and other assorted items which makes for a thick pourage-like soup .  

Locals line up for blocks to buy a gallon, bowl or taste.  For $20.00  a gallon, pail provided, its a steal.  We freeze some for the winter and enjoy it right away as well.
Photo courtesy;
Audrey Whitehead
 


A parade follows with an amusement park set up for the kids: perfect weather along with a perfect way to wind up the official summer time. 


"Judy, Judy, Judy!"
P.S.
A cute story about a donkey!  Please watch!
https://www.facebook.com/RoseyNews/videos/1181835335196638/

Hana Hou, (Encore)




6 comments:

KimoRosen said...

Judith Whitehead or UlyssesMelinda Kontosare Clarence and E. Amherst the same?

Melinda Kontos said...

No.. all different areas all close by! We're in West Amherst..very near Pendleton. Clarence and East Amherst are all very close.

Judith Whitehead said...

Actually I live in east Amherst but pay Clarence taxes and williamsville schools. We are the combo address

Melinda Kontos said...

Wow...I pay Williamsville schools, too...have to really save up for that bill!!!

KimoRosen said...

Got it, was confused because you say, "One of the nice advantages of living in a smaller town like Clarence." Your bio has you living in E. Amherst? Now you see what it's like running for public office! ;-)

Anonymous said...

Can you imagine running for public office and having every word you say dissected under a microscope? I would go crazy, (crazier!)