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To the Editor:

The Westerlo Reformed Church will celebrate its 220-year anniversary with a concert on Sunday, Sept. 22.

The concert, which will run from 4 to 5:30 p.m., will be held in the church on Route 143 in Westerlo.

All and all, I am a positive person; I know that people are generally good.  I sometimes need little reminders but have gone through life knowing there was a God, knowing that people are pretty good, and knowing that I should surround myself with good people.

To the Editor:

Over the past thirty-plus years, I would guess I have driven the stretch of State Route 146 between Altamont and Route 20 in Guilderland over 30,000 times. Most often, I was driving during non-rush hours and could enjoy the drive.

The way a man dies does not cancel out the worth of his life.

A small country community named Knowersville was developing around the railroad station following the Civil War. With rail access, it was becoming a summer retreat for families from New York and Albany.

There were several hotels by the railway and a resort hotel on the hill beyond named Kushaqua.

To the Editor:

Yesterday, while doing errands in the village (i.e. bank, post office, etc.) I saw George Pratt with his string of range horses in tow (took up a lot of space). They are lovely animals, and as friendly as their owner.

To the Editor:

Thank you so much for the part you played in making my Dad’s 85th birthday special. By the day before his birthday, he had received 23 cards! More came after that.

To the Editor:

For the third year in a row, the Helderberg Hilltowns Association welcomes you to our Discover the Hilltowns: Farm and Artisans Tour.  The self-guided driving tour takes place on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 14 and 15. 

To the Editor:

Happy Cat Rescue Inc. is gearing up for a garage sale soon and is in need of slightly used or new items.  Please call me at 861-6850 for pick-up or delivery of these items.

To the Editor:

The Knox Fire Company has held a memorial service each year since the 9-11 tragedy in 2001.  This year’s service will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 11, at 7 pm, behind the Knox firehouse in the hamlet of Knox.

To the Editor:

In response to last week’s Enterprise article about the Voorheesville Area Ambulance Service, I have a few thoughts.

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