Columbia Land Conservancy Executive Director Peter Paden thanked everybody for attending the event and proudly reminded them of how the organization had just won the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce's Crystal Apple Award.
Carlucci-Simons Catering provided a variety of choices during the CLC pancake breakfast Saturday.
In the kids activity room at 601 Union in Hudson where the CLC Pancake Breakfast was held Saturday morning, Connor Corcoran, 8, made a cloud frame. The idea for the project is that the viewer frames a cloud in the sky, matches it to on of the clouds depicted on the photos and then reads about what kind of weather that cloud might indicate.
Kerri Esposito showed her plate of sausage and pancakes glistening with real maple syrup. Carlucci-Simons Catering prepared the breakfast.
Posted: Sunday, March 24, 2013 12:30 am
Updated: 1:00 am, Tue Apr 16, 2013.
HUDSON — Hot off their Crystal Apple Award win Friday night, Columbia Land Conservancy staff and volunteers rejoiced at the group’s Saturday pancake breakfast. Two hundred individuals were scheduled to be at Saturday’s celebratory breakfast held inside Hudson’s Mansion at 601 Union St.
In years past, CLC board members had actually flipped the flapjacks themselves, Lauren Haberland, an events coordinator for the Conservancy, said. The larger numbers, though, had necessitated the event be catered instead. Stacks of fluffy, golden pancakes, supplied by Carlucci Simons Catering, greeted revelers.
Sunday, March 24, 2013 12:30 am.
Updated: 1:00 am.