Fayetteville Senior Center
584 East Genesee Street
Friday September 10th 7pm-8pm;
Preview $5 admission
Saturday September 11th 9am-2pm
Sunday September 12th 12pm-2pm;
$5 Bag Sale
· Pay $5 for a 45-55 gallon bag
· All items must FIT in the bag
· No ripped bags will be accepted
· Each additional bag is $5
· Furniture is 50% off
· Donations will be accepted during business hours starting 9/1
· All donated items must be cleaned and brought to the center, there will be no pick-up option
· We will no longer be accepting items after 2pm on Friday 9/10
· Call (315)637-9025 for more details or any questions
The following is NOT accepted:
¨ pre 2015 electronics
¨ Pre 2015 exercise equipment
¨ Large appliance's, ie washers, dryers etc…
¨ Medical equipment
¨ Used health and beauty products
All donations should be clean and in good condition. Preferably in working
Collection of items during business hours starting Sept. 1st. Please call and arrange a time to drop things off.
There is no pick up of items this year.
FSC receives some funding from the Village of Fayetteville, but we must raise the balance from a combination of membership dues, donations, and fundraising activities.
One of our biggest fundraising efforts is the Annual Appeal. Won't you please support us in reaching our goal of $30,000 ? Your kind donations help make it possible for us to continue to provide worthwhile programming for our ever increasing elder population, and will have a positive impact on our community.
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Thank you for participating in this years campaign. We are extremely grateful for each and every one of you.
The Fayetteville Senior Center invites the community to share in the 41st Virtual lighting of the Memory Tree on *Friday, November 27, 2020 in the heart of the Village of Fayetteville.
In 1979, village resident Doris Baldwin conceived the notion of a seasonal tree illumination with blue bulbs to represent the hue of the forget-me-not flower. Each bulb is lit to represent the memory of a cherished loved one, or to give support, love, and honor to those who are still with us.
This tradition has been able to continue on thanks to Ruth Wood-Schwartz. In 1999 after the Labor Day Storm uprooted the tree, it was Ruth’s idea (and expense) to replace it with another 20ft tree. The evergreen next to the Fayetteville Fire Station is illuminated in stages as the donations grow, sparkling first at the village Tree Lighting Celebration the Friday evening after Thanksgiving.
Through the years, due to the efforts of many, this has become an important fundraiser for the Fayetteville Senior Center.
The Fayetteville Senior Center serves its members in many ways, contributing to their social well being, their productivity health and continuing education. We are currently under construction and coming up with a plan to open that allows seniors to participate in their favorite activities safely.
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