Sue Green

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.

GUILDERLAND — Guilderhaven is having a fundraiser on Saturday, July 22, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post on Mill Street in Altamont with a bake sale, barbecue at 11:30 a.m., fried dough, and raffle baskets.

We have always counted on our community. We are able to continue our important programs because of the support that you give us.

Thank you for coming to our annual fundraiser in Orsini Park on Saturday and a special thanks to Outpost #4, the wildlife rehabilitation organization that brought raptors.


The Guilderhaven ad pictures a few of the many temporary “guests” that came through Guilderhaen’s wildlife rehabilitation program last year.

GUILDERLAND — Thank you to our “Fawn Fund” supporters, our wildlife rehaber Jean Simmons was able to stabilize six youngsters and move them on to the next stage which will eventually lead to their release. It is both joyful and heartbreaking work, because not all of them survive.

GUILDERLAND — Our friends at Hannaford in Guilderland are offering us a fund raiser event that not only helps Guilderhaven but also the environment.

Here is the opportunity to end that endless question: “Paper or plastic?” jj

GUILDERLAND — Guilderhaven is creating a Fawn Fund to assist with the cost of rehabilitating fawns to be released back to the wild.

GUILDERLAND — Along with spring comes Guilderhaven’s annual garage sale held at 108 Halfmoon Dr. in Altamont on Saturday, May 7, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

GUILDERLAND — What a winter that wasn’t. It’s time to catch our breath and look back at what a busy year we had.

GUILDERLAND — Thank you to the Guilderland Public Library and the many young (and older) participants who volunteered their time and talents to make pet toys.

The youngsters were naturals, but some of the adults, myself included, struggled with the “braiding” process.


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