The Fresh Air Fund to benefit from Hannaford’s reusable bags program

The Fresh Air Fund has been selected to be a part of  Hannaford Supermarket’s reusable bag program, designed to support local not-for-profit organizations.

The Fresh Air Fund, an independent, not-for-profit agency, has provided free summer experiences to more than 1.8 million New York City children from low-income communities since 1877. For more information about hosting a Fresh Air child, go online to t www.freshair.org.

The bags will be on sale locally at Voorheesville Hannaford store in September. The blue reusable bags with a “good karma” message are located on the reusable bag rack and at various registers. For every blue bag sold, $1 is donated to the Fresh Air Fund.

More Community news

  • GUILDERLAND — The Westmere Fire Department Ladies will hold their 6th Annual Vendor and Craft Fair on Nov. 2 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the firehouse at 1741 Western Ave. in Guilderland.

  • Leslie M. Apple, Norma G. Meacham, and Daniel A. Ruzow, partners at Whiteman Osterman & Hanna LLP, have been selected by a nationwide peer review as a “Lawyer of the Year” in The Best Lawyers in America.

  • GUILDERLAND — CoreLife Eatery is a national chain with a mission — getting people to eat right.

    On Aug. 15, it opened its third Albany-area store, next to the entrance of the uptown University at Albany campus, at 1229 Western Ave. in Guilderland.

The Altamont Enterprise is focused on hyper-local, high-quality journalism. We produce free election guides, curate readers' opinion pieces, and engage with important local issues. Subscriptions open full access to our work and make it possible.