Thank you for giving us a second chance

The Guilderhaven ad pictures a few of the many temporary “guests” that came through Guilderhaen’s wildlife rehabilitation program last year.

The board of directors for the not-for-profit organization — made up of Katherine Fernandez, Jean Simmons, Mark House, Lynne Baldauf, and Sue Green — is getting ready for more wildlife in need this year and thanks the community for its strong support of Guilderhaven for the past 16 years.

More Community news

  • VOORHEESVILLE — Cornell Cooperative Extension of Albany County is offering a series of food preservation classes for adults this summer on these topics: Pressure Canning Low Acid Foods, Making Jams and Jellies, Tomatoes 101, and Fermented Foods.

  • Albany County is encouraging senior citizens to get out of the house and socialize with others by offering them free meals at participating local restaurants. 

  • ALTAMONT — Thomas Pris, son of Suzanne and Andrew Pris of Altamont, has earned his Eagle rank as a member of Boy Scout Troop 1264.

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