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This is a friendly reminder that time is running out to save $5.00 on
the CANA 35th Anniversary dinner if you are coming in pairs as the price
for a couple goes from $55 to $60 on October 1. I hope to see you
there. See announcement below for full details.
Sign-up Now for CANA’s 35th Anniversary
Sunday, October 16, 2011
198 Central Avenue, Albany, NY
Help us celebrate 35 years of progressive community activism by coming
to the Council of Albany Neighborhood Association’s anniversary dinner
on Sunday, October 16, 2011. The dinner, which will start at 5:30, will
cost $30/person or $55 for a couple; after October 1, the rate goes to
$30/person. The family style dinner will include salad, bread,
non-alcoholic beverages, meatballs, chicken francaise, egg plant
rollatine, coffee/tea, cookie platter.
Congressman Tonko has agreed to speak and the evening will also include
a murder mystery-type activity geared to inspiring us to even greater
neighborhood improvement efforts.
To reserve, please send a check made out to CANA, indicating on the
check who the dinner reservation is for, to: Howard Stoller, 130 Melrose
Avenue, Albany, NY 12203.
If you have questions about the dinner, please call Howard Stoller at