For a small fee, from about 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., you or your kids can toss baseballs to dunk a politician, or whoever else can be persuaded to take the hot (or not so hot) seat. If you’re willing to be dunked, contact Paul Sausville, longtime Rotarian and former town supervisor, or just show up and volunteer. The booth will help fund Rotary’s various charitable activities in Malta and throughout the world.
The 29th Annual Malta Community Day will be held at the Shenantaha Creek Park, Eastline Road from 10 to 4. There will be musical entertainment, activities for children, business and non-profit booths, fire trucks with demonstrations, and lots of other special activities for people of all ages. There will also be food for sale.
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