Monthly Basket Raffle!



Okay friends … it’s been long enough! The Monthly Basket Raffle is back, with a little adjusting.


Before the world went crazy, we had started our second raffle, which was this amazing
Car Care Basket worth almost $250, including a complete detail from our friends at

Carriage Traders!

Here’s how it will work for the time being:

Use the link below to purchase your tickets and we’ll get them added to the drawing, or you can send your check made payable to “The Moreau Community Center” to 144 Main Street, SGF, NY 12803. Just be sure to put “Monthly Raffle” in the memo.

Ticket Pricing: $3 for 5 tickets –
it’s a steal! 

We will draw the winner of THIS basket on August 28th bright and early. Winner will be contacted for pickup. The next basket will be announced on August 31st!

How Many?

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Greetings friends,

In accordance with social distancing regulations and to reduce unnecessary travel, the Center is ONLY OPEN for our
Emergency Food Pantry & Mon/Wed Hannaford Outreach program.


The Thrift Store is now open again, under strict adherence to retail reopening guidelines and laws. Masks are mandatory, and no more than three (3) customers will be allowed to shop at once. Call Rosemary at 518-792-6007 x12 regarding all donations to the store.

The Dial-A-Bus is on the road again for SGF/Moreau Seniors and Disabled adults. It will run a grocery shopping trip to Hannaford in South Glens Falls every Wednesday morning & afternoon, and is available for transportation to medical and personal appointments.

Call 518-792-6007 to schedule. Do not call the driver cell phone, or attempt to schedule while on the bus.
Masks MUST BE WORN on the bus!
Social Distancing requires that every other seat remain empty.
Our new drivers, Kathy and Jerry, will be disinfecting the bus each day, and after each trip.
There are NO special outings or luncheons planned at this time.

Senior and Community trips will be revisited when it is again safe to gather and travel.

Please obey the Governor’s encouragements to stay home except for essential services!

If you need assistance with paperwork related to SNAP Benefits, HEAP, Medicare/Medicaid, Health Insurance, Unemployment paperwork, or other essential document completion, please
at 518-792-6007 x12!

Do not walk in for these issues.

It is our intent to maintain a safe and clean environment for clients and staff still using the building, and to be community leaders in the stay-at-home orders. If you have any questions, please call the Center at 518-792-6007.

We are all in this together, and we are all
obligated to take the pandemic and the executive orders from Albany and Washington, DC seriously.
That means limiting travel to legitimate essentials only, and taking advantage of social media and digital conferencing to be able to visit with loved ones. We understand how difficult this is, and we appreciate your pain and concern as we share it as well.

Be safe. Be well. Be kind. Stay home!