The Bethlehem Grange #137 is Continuing to host a Food Drive. If you or your group would like to donate any items, it would be greatly appreciated. The original list came from passionatepennypincher.com and was on a schedule of Dec 1 to Dec. 24th – But, we are continuing our Food Collection due to the continuing need that still exists. The donated food & items will go to people who need it most – all of whom have been referred by a professional such as a social worker, health visitor or schools liaison
Bethlehem Grange 137 is looking for anyone willing to donate some time & effort to assist us with our interior painting. If anyone is willing to donate some time & effort to assist us with our interior painting, that would be greatly appreciated!! Most of our painting is currently being done on Wednesday's and Sunday's. If there are other times that would work for someone to assist us, please feel free to call us. We can work with your schedule. No ceilings to be painted. Only Walls, Windows & Door
The National Bank of Coxsackie is here to support businesses and the community through this COVID-19 pandemic. Remember how great NBC did with PPP Round 1 Loans!? Well, we’re doing Round 2!!! NBC is now accepting PPP Round 2 applications and supporting documentation. You can find the application right on our website. Questions? Contact your local Branch Manager. Completed application? Send it directly to our Chief Credit Officer Charlene Slemp (email@example.com).
The Town of Bethlehem Industrial Development Agency (BIDA) has allocated $25,000 to fund a COVID-19 Small Business Emergency Grant Program. The Grant Program was made possible through a temporary program created by the State of New York permitting Industrial Development Agencies to make grants to small businesses and not-for-profits to help those entities weather the economic disaster created by the COVID-19 pandemic. The grants are to be used to reimburse the costs incurred for the PPE and fixtures
You don't need to be a Grinch who learns the meaning of the holiday spirit to have your heart grow three sizes. All you need are some high school students (that's right...teenagers) who took the time to THANK THEIR TEACHERS for their hard work during the pandemic. Check out the messages students at Bethlehem Central School District sent to their teachers to keep their spirits up at the holidays.
It was like something out of that old holiday classic It’s a Wonderful Life. Only this time, it wasn’t the residents of Bedford Falls that stepped up with an unbelievable show of support in a time of need. It was a school district community that wouldn’t let their neighbors down, especially at this time of the year. On Saturday, Dec. 19, district administrators gathered at the high school as they do every year to distribute bags and baskets of holiday food items and grocery store gift cards to district
Sunmark Credit Union Announces Merger Approval From New York State Department of Financial Services LATHAM, N.Y. - - Sunmark Credit Union announced today that it has officially received approval from the New York State Department of Financial Services to merge with Columbia-Greene Credit Union, located in Hudson, N.Y., and Hudson River Financial Credit Union, in Mohegan Lake, N.Y. Sunmark transitioned to a state-chartered credit union at the beginning of 2020, allowing the credit union to serve even more
Two weeks after announcing a new $300,000 grant program to provide assistance for small businesses struggling from the coronavirus pandemic, the Albany County Legislature is adding another $200,000 in response to increasing calls for help, bringing the total 2020 funding to $500,000.“With federal money still up for debate, this grant program is the only assistance that many of our small businesses can rely on to help them through this pandemic. I felt it imperative that if we were going to provide this
The team at Lafarge has been busy helping its neighbors during the holiday season. They recently made food deliveries to St. Patrick’s Church Food Pantry, and the Senior Center Holiday Kitchen. The donations included food and turkey. They have also installed holiday decorations.
ALBANY, NY — December 11, 2020 — CAP COM Federal Credit Union has launched its newly redesigned website at www.capcomfcu.org. The new site features an array of financial well-being resources accessible via simpler navigation for the credit union’s 140,000+ members and the public. Aesthetic and functional enhancements seek to create a more engaging user experience by delivering relevant, timely content. The fresh website offers a variety of new features including user-friendly login screens, up-to-date
EXCITING NEWS! We're happy to announce the launch of our brand new e-commerce website, which offers many new items direct to our customers. Some of the newest items include: BRUNCH KITS - Who doesn't love brunch?!? Available for pick every Sunday (and Christmas Eve), this take-and-bake meal kit includes several brunch items, mimosas and dessert for 4-6 peopleTWISTED VINE HOLIDAY SURPRISE: Give your friends and family a great treat by surprising them with a 4 Pack of wine hand selected by the folks at TV!
Do you need a new or improved logo for your business? The Bethlehem High School Advanced Advertising Design Class is looking to work with local businesses, organizations, and community members to design or improve their logos and graphics. While students are giving back to their community and practicing their skills, the community will have the opportunity to work with talented young artists who are up-to-date on design trends. Please contact Corey Fong, Bethlehem Art Teacher at
During these unusual and unpredictable times, one thing has certainly remained constant: the teachers in our community continue to go above and beyond to educate our kids and keep them safe! We've decided to show them some much deserved gratitude for their dedication and hard work. Donate to the Treat Our Teachers campaign and in return we'll send our products to the schools in our district. One day it may be lunch, breakfast sandwiches or coffee and pastries. Maybe cold brew, cookies or cupcakes to take
Covid-19 and Ski LeasesAfter the past 9 months or so, and with last ski season being cut short, we are all anxious to get out again! Below are the way we are doing ski leases in our shops. In an effort to give customers and staff a level of comfort during this time we are doing the followingAll ski leases will be by appointment, please book an appointment with the link below.Outside leasing in our Valatie location, we have a large tent in the parking lot and will be doing them in the fresh air.Outside
WASHINGTON—The U.S. Small Business Administration, in consultation with the Treasury Department, today released a simpler loan forgiveness application for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans of $50,000 or less. This action streamlines the PPP forgiveness process to provide financial and administrative relief to America’s smallest businesses while also ensuring sound stewardship of taxpayer dollars. “The PPP has provided 5.2 million loans worth $525 billion to American small businesses, providing