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GUILDERLAND — Troop 50 from St. Madeleine Sophie Parish held a Court of Honor on Wednesday, Sept. 24, to award the merit badges earned during the summer and at summer camp as well as award rank advancements.

The Pine Bush Preserve is holding a photography contest for pictures taken at the preserve.

The photos must be submitted to the juried exhibit by Oct. 5.

Entrants may be any age or skill level: beginner, advanced, or professional. Jurors will select a diversity of photos to be included in the final exhibit on Nov. 2.

On Sept. 23, the Old Men of the Mountain met at Mrs. K’s Restaurant in Middleburgh.

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To the Editor:

They say you can’t go home again.

I beg to differ.  I get to come home a few times a year and just recently had a ladies’ luncheon at the Maple Inn in East Berne.

We try to get together a couple of times a year.

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Old, old historic papers, legal and otherwise, reached out to me this week.  I'd like to share a few with Enterprise readers.

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A recent National Natural Landmark designation shows the Albany Pine bush Preserve is rare for inland pinebarrens because of its wind-formed dunes.

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Seattle citizens who suffer cardiac arrest are five times as likely to survive as elsewhere; residents there have to learn CPR to graduate from high school or to get a driver's license.

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The Hilltown Seniors are again offering Tai Chi classes. This will be a seven-week course, with a cost of $35. The classes will start Sept. 26, at the senior center from 10 to 11a.m.

NEW SCOTLAND — The life and times of Solomon Northup will be re-enacted by Clifford Oliver Mealy at the New Scotland Historical Association program on Tuesday, Oct. 7, at 7:30 p.m.  The program is held at the Wyman Osterhout Community Center, just off of Route 85 in New Salem. 

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