We accomplished quite a bit during 2019! Please take a minute to look back with us on some of our highlights from last year.Click Here to Watch the Video
Sunmark Credit Union Announces CONVERSION FROM FEDERAL TO STATE-CHARTER is complete (Latham, NY) Sunmark has received final approval from federal and state regulators to convert from a federal to a state-chartered credit union. Additionally, a vote of the Sunmark membership was held and the conversion officially approved by members on July 31, 2019. Effective January 1, 2020 Sunmark is now Sunmark Credit Union. Previously, Sunmark was regulated by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA).
Guilderland, NY – December 30, 2019 – Community Caregivers, Inc. has hired Lee Lounsbury as its new executive director. Lounsbury has an extensive background in program, policy and management strategies for non-profits. She brings with her over forty years’ experience in both the public and private human services sectors. Lounsbury holds a Bachelor of Social Work Degree from the State University of New York at Albany and a M.S. in Public Administration from Russell Sage College in Troy, NY. In June 2017,
The Farms & Forests Fund is an option under the Town’s larger Farms and Forests Conservation Program. Landowner applications for this program are accepted on an ongoing basis throughout the year. Interested landowners with 5 acres or more of farmland or open space can apply anytime by completing the Town’s Conservation Project Landowner Application. This program pays farmers and open space landowners to help keep their land in farmland, forest, and open space forever. Learn more by visiting the Open Space
We would like to welcome Paige Perez and Marie Corrado as the newest members of the Bryant Asset family. Paige is our Administrative Support Staff to our Account Managers in the Insurance Agency. She is also the first face you will see when you visit our office. Marie is our new Account Manager in the Personal Lines department specializing in policy renewals. Don't be surprised when she gives you a call when your home or auto renews. She just wants you to feel safe!
Students and staff at Glenmont Elementary School celebrated being named a National Blue Ribbon School on Thursday, December 12. The entire school community wore blue as Principal Laura Heffernan unveiled the school’s new National Blue Ribbon School flag. The school earned the designation as a 2019 National Blue Ribbon School this fall: https://www.bethlehemschools.org/glenmont-2019-national-blue-ribbon-school/. Glenmont was the only Capital Region school to earn the designation this year. Nationwide,
Bridge to College is a mentoring program aimed at guiding our first-generation students and families through the college application process. The program spans two academic years, beginning in January of a student’s junior year through the first semester of senior year. For our second cohort, we have accepted 21 juniors into the program. These students have been identified by their counselors or teachers as being “first-gen” and interested in attending a four-year college. We are now looking for
BETHLEHEM, N.Y. – Now in its 18th year, Bethlehem Public Library’s annual winter concert series, A Little Sunday Music, opens its 2019-20 season Sunday, Nov. 17, at 3 p.m. with a performance by the Adirondack Baroque Consort, one of the oldest early music groups in the United States. “The Songs & Poems: A Claire Loux Centennial, 1919-2019," will feature the poetry and songs of Loux, a lifelong resident of Delmar. Please note that unlike other concerts in the series, this one will start at 3 p.m. The
Bethlehem Grange #137 now has an up-and-running used clothing drop-off shed! Do your part for the community by donating, and reduce waste in landfills. Items accepted include used clothing, shoes, belts, purses, blankets, pillowcases, sheets, curtains, and stuffed animals. The used clothing drop-off shed is located at: 24 Bridge Street Selkirk, NY 12158