Two new food sources in Freehold
May 05, 2013 1:54 am
[caption id="attachment_27125" align="alignright" width="275"] Jeff Friedmann, Assemblyman Pete Lopez Great Northern Catskills Chamber of Commerce; Jack Brucculeri, Owner of Papa Jack’s Pizza; Charlie Henderson, Owner of Charlie’s Angels with his wife Heather and their four daughters; Paul Macko, Town of Greenville Supervisor; and Kevin Lewis, Greene County Legislator representing Greenville, at the ice cream store opening.[/caption]Freehold in Greene County is little more than a cluster of shops at the corner of Route 32 and the Schoharie Turnpike in Greene County, but expanded a bit last week with two new businesses. Charlie’s Angels, an ice cream shop, and Papa Jack’s Pizza, opened May 1 with a ribbon cutting ceremony that included Assemblyman Pete Lopez (R,C,I-Schoharie), Greenville Supervisor Paul Macko and Greene County Legislator Kevin Lewis. Charlie Henderson, his wife Heather, and their four daughters, own the ice cream shop, and Jack Brucculeri is serving up the pizza slices in Freehold.