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Albert Willard Ebert, celebrating his 100th birthday.

GUILDERLAND — With the start of summer, Guilderhaven wants to remind all pet owners that, when it seems warm to us, it feels even warmer to our furry, four-legged friends. When out walking, they are also closer to the ground, receiving more reflected heat from sidewalks and pavement.

ALBANY COUNTY — Cornell Cooperative Extension is offering free courses on parenting through videoconferencing.

The grounds of the Hilton Barn,  staying social-distanced get a haircut.

Cornell Cooperative Extension is offering video conferences on raising poultery and on raising sheep or goats.

Both courses will cover acquiring your animals, breeds, feeding, and basic health care. Questions are encouraged.

The Guilderland High School seniors who made the sign are asking all the residents of the village to stop on by Orsini Park to sign the board.

Voorheesville Farmers’ Market at the Voorheesville First United Methodist Church opening day on Wednesday.

Students with their parents drive by the school’s balloon-lined driveway during the Altamont Elementary parade.

The Weekend Cruisers gave the couple Joe and Terry Church of 70 years a plaque to commemorate their wedding anniversary.

Albert Willard Ebert will turn 100 on June 26. His family is hoping friends and admirers will drive by his house at 42 Hamilton Street on July 27 to salute him with a wave and a honk of their car horn.

GUILDERLAND — St. Boniface Episcopal Church at 5148 Western Turnpike is holding its Holy Eucharist services at 10 a.m. on Sundays.

Due to the coronavirus 2019, services are being held outdoors until the virus eases and congregants are able to move back inside the church building.

VOORHEESVILLE — The 12th season of the Voorheesville Farmers’ Market located at 68 Maple Ave. in Voorheesville will open Wednesday, June 17, with the hours of 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.

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State University of New York College at Potsdam has announced students achieving honors for the spring 2020 semester.

These local students were named to the President's List with a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher:

— Kayla Anderson of Schenectady, majoring in psychology;

Students came in, one by one, with their families since the school’s traditional moving-up ceremony had to be cancelled to prevent the spread of coronavirus during the Altamont Elementary School Class of 2020 Moving Up and Recognition.