Nash’s vet bill has been paid

GUILDERLAND — Thanks to the support of our animal-loving community, service dog Nash’s large veterinary bill has been paid in full.

Special thanks to our entertaining band, The Blue Stones; our providers Jim W., MaryJean T., Sue F., Syron’s and Sidoni’s Market; Ann and Erica M. For the fun and fabulous fried dough.

Finally, a thank-you to the Altamont Veterans of Foreign Wars Post and its hospitality. All contributed to our successful day.


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  • ALTAMONT — Boy Scout Troop 264 of Altamont will conduct its Annual Food and Can Drive in November.

    Flyers will be distributed to homes in Altamont on Saturday, Oct. 26. The Scouts will return the following Saturday, Nov. 2, to pick up donations.

  • DELMAR — The Mendelssohn Club of Albany is searching for a new conductor to lead the chorus for the 2020-2021 season beginning on June 1, 2020.

  • Following is a description from the owners of three cats who must leave them behind when they go to live in Russia.

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