ALBANY — Laberge Group, which provides engineering, architecture, surveying, and planning services, has recently hired seven employees:

 

These local members of the State National Guard have recently re-enlisted:

— Staff Sergeant Kenneth Allen from Delmar will continue service with the 1427th Transportation Company;

— First Sergeant Jeffrey Quivey from Altamont will continue service with the 222nd Chemical Company; and

GUILDERLAND — Jason Wells from Guilderland, assigned to the Joint Force Headquarters of the New York National Guard, received a promotion to the rank of sergeant first class.

Army National Guard promotions are based on overall performance, attitude, leadership ability, and development potential.

Catharine Potvin and Melissa D’Andrea have been named to the board for the Epilepsy Foundation of Northeastern New York.

BERNE — Jane Snyder, a licensed practical nurse who has been serving the Berne-Knox-Westerlo area for 45 years, is retiring.

“Jane has been a trusted, respected, and loved member of our practice and for the entire community, so we want to celebrate her,” said Dr. Kristin Mack in an email to The Enterprise.

The Voorheesville School and Community Foundation is accepting applications for the Marlene Windelspecht Prentiss Scholarship to be awarded to one or more graduating seniors from Clayton A. Bouton High School.

On Tuesday morning, One Tree Love preschool took a visit down to the Yarn Shop in Altamont to learn about where and how yarn is made.

GUILDERLAND — The Guilderland Chamber of Commerce annually honors local businesses and volunteers who show exemplary qualities in five categories. Nominees for this year’s awards need to be submitted to the chamber by April 19.

B’nai Sholom Reform Congregation continues its “Synagogue Scholars” series with a talk by Adah Hetko of the Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, Massachusetts, on the development of Yiddish identity among today’s Yiddish women vocalists.

A program allows qualified high school students to earn bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Siena’s School of Business in four years, rather than the typical five. 

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