Thanks for supporting Art for Animals

GUILDERLAND — Guilderhaven would like to thank all of those who made our July Art for Animals Event possible. Thanks go to the Guilderland Public Library, which hosted us; James Matlock who provided our musical entertainment; and Janice Adams, Polly Spinnler, and Lexi Vandenburgh as well.

Our deepest gratitude to Jackie Watski and Mary Gene Tanski whose hard work, creativity, and expertise made the entire event possible.

From the artists who create to all of those who came out to enjoy delicious treats, live music, and original art, Guilderhaven says: Thank you!

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