Renovations have begun in all four of the Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk school buildings in preparation for the 2021-2022 school year. This work represents the third and final phase of the construction project that was approved by voters in 2015. A.W. Becker and Pieter B. Coeymans are both undergoing renovations in their main entry and office areas which will create a more pleasing and accessible entryway for our students and families. These renovated spaces will include updated nurses’ offices with
Consulting and research firm Frost & Sullivan has named SABIC a Global Company of the Year as part of its 2021 Best Practices Recognition Program. SABIC was awarded the title based on Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis of the global market for sustainability and the circular economy of used plastics recycling and resource recovery. Each year, Frost & Sullivan presents a Company of the Year award to the organization demonstrating excellence in growth strategy and implementation in its field. The award
Lafarge Ravena is proud to again support the second annual Coeymans Riverfest. On July 8 Plant Manager Dave MacLauchlin presented Coeymans Supervisor George McHugh and Riverfest Event Coordinator Rosemary McHugh with a $10,000 contribution to help bring this popular end-of-summer celebration back to the community. Riverfest will take place Friday, Sept. 10 and Saturday, Sept. 11 at Coeymans Landing Park (20 Marina Dr.) near the gazebo. There will be vendors, food, and rides, followed by a parade and
When the Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1957 it initially was known as the Delmar Businessmen's Association. Much has changed since then. What would our founders think about flexible work schedules, remote working, and the technology that is part of our everyday lives? Since its founding the Chamber has strived to meet the needs of its members. In order to do this we need to hear from you. The Chamber is starting its strategic planning process Chamber 2025. We ask that you take a few moments
DELMAR – The Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce announces the hiring of Ellen Nesbitt as the new Communications and Programming Associate. Nesbitt relocated to the Capital Region from Northern New York, having most recently worked at North Country This Week, the local newspaper in Potsdam where she was an advertising and marketing consultant.“We’re excited to welcome Ellen to the team,” said Maureen McGuinness, president of the Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce. “Not only does she have a wealth of communication and
CAP COM LAUNCHES ANNUAL BIG BENEFIT RAFFLE TO RAISE FUNDS FOR THE FOOD PANTRIES FOR THE CAPITAL DISTRICT
CAP COM LAUNCHES ANNUAL BIG BENEFIT RAFFLE TO RAISE FUNDS FOR THE FOOD PANTRIES FOR THE CAPITAL DISTRICTALBANY – July 2, 2021 – CAP COM Federal Credit Union and its charitable giving arm, the CAP COM Cares Foundation, have announced the launch of the 2021 BIG Benefit Raffle. Once a year, the credit union runs a two-month campaign offering a chance to win up to $10,000. Tickets, priced at $25 each, can be purchased by anyone. This year’s raffle will run through September 3 or when tickets sell out. A maximum
For the month of July, we have been selected for the Hannaford Supermarkets Community Bag Program partner!! For each reusable bag purchased at the Delmar store (180 Delaware Ave), DBEMS receives a donation. Reusable bags reduce the amount of plastic bag waste, are great for tons of things other than grocery shopping, and help support a great cause!!! Stop by the store to grab yours today; we appreciate YOUR support!
Hecate Energy announced that on June 25, 2021 it completed its previously announced transaction with global energy company Repsol to acquire a 40% stake. Hecate says the investment will be directed toward constructing and bringing on-line the robust portfolio of projects currently under development across the US, including 16.8 GW of solar project and energy storage at advanced stages of development.“Tackling global climate change means accelerating our progress in deploying significant quantities of
Jon Phillips of A Phillips Hardware shared the following: I have been chairing the Strides 4 Stride Race for the past 12 years. We have raised funds to help many special needs youth athletes and warriors. The past year has been very challenging for these individuals due to the constraints that Covid placed on activities and events. Please help these special athletes get back into action by donating to my fundraising page for the event. This year, Tyler and Connor participated virtually with a hike
Bethlehem Grange 137 is proud to announce we are now a Chapter for Stars 4 Our Troops. We cut the embroidered stars off the donated worn or tattered flags, individually bag them, and add our "Thank You from Bethlehem Grange 137 for your service". We hand these out to service people, first responders, and many more. We can always use volunteers that are willing to cut and bag these stars. We have ready-made kits available. This is a perfect project for a shut-in or COVID-19 bored person to spend some
Do you have a Tattered or Worn Flag? Dispose of it properly & respectfully. Bring it to Bethlehem Grange #137 at 24 Bridge St., Selkirk, NY 12158. Our American Flag Collection Box is open 24/7, located in the front of our Grange Hall in the mailbox outside, between the 2 front doors. We, with the help of the American Legion Post 37, will have great consideration and regard to honor these flags in a proper disposal ceremony.