Sugar Loaf Community FoundationJun 10th, 2010 | By Administrator | Category: Sugar Loaf
The Sugar Loaf Community Foundation (SLCF) was founded over 30 years ago as a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit corporation and still carries on the tradition of supporting programs and projects that enhance the quality of life of our unique hamlet. The constitution of the foundation prescribes the following objectives: To research, record and publicize this history and lore of the hamlet of Sugar Loaf. To foster interest in the richness and diversity of Sugar Loaf’s cultural heritage and to sponsor activities which further this heritage. To encourage the traditions and approaches to the arts and crafts movement; to provide opportunities for the public to view high quality arts and crafts. To maintain a spirit of cooperate effort to preserve and enhance the aesthetic beauty of the hamlet of Sugar Loaf. To endeavor to work toward the promotion and benefit of Sugar Loaf and the surrounding area.
The Sugar Loaf Community Foundation (SLCF) invites you to support these objectives and actions by becoming a member or by making a charitable contribution that will fund programs for the community.2015 SLCF Officers: President – Lydia Cuadros, Vice-President – Steve Denes, Treasurer – John Condatore, Secretary – Ellen Korsower
Last year, the foundation sponsored and organized the following activities and projects: The December Holiday Festival with tree lighting, horse-drawn wagon rides, visit with Santa Claus for the kids, carolers, and treats and refreshments in the Sugar Loaf United Methodist Church, all at no cost to participants. Planters and pole banners, which are now decorating our main street and celebrating our culture, sponsored by the Community Vision Committee. Since 2002 the SLCF Vision Committee has worked to address infrastructure and zoning issues in the hamlet and created a preliminary master plan with the help of SUNY Albany.
The Community Foundation’s Sugar Loaf Times is an award-winning newsletter filled with articles and news stories about the many shops, events and happenings in the quaint hamlet of Sugar Loaf, N.Y. Take a few minutes to read the articles in past issues to get a flavor of this charming arts and crafts village.
Sign up to receive the e-newsletter or become a SLCF member by e-mailing email@example.com
Click on the links below to download the PDF version of the current issue of the Sugar Loaf Times.