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The Hudson River Frontier Missionary Baptist Association presents a donation in excess of $5,000 to Mark Quandt, Executive Director of the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York.
Bethany Moxey
CMOST
May 26, 2017

Outside during an intermission of a show at the Egg.
Scott Ziegler
Albany: A rich history
May 23, 2017

More than 2,000 children, parents and community members got up close to big commercial and emergency vehicles at the third annual Touch-a-Truck Event, which took place on Saturday at Crossgates Mall. The family fundraiser was hosted by the Trucking Association of New York and Bestpass, Inc. More than $6,000 was raised for Veterans Miracle Center.
Nicole Ouellette
Your news photos
May 23, 2017

More than 2,000 children, parents and community members got up close to big commercial and emergency vehicles at the third annual Touch-a-Truck Event, which took place on Saturday at Crossgates Mall. The family fundraiser was hosted by the Trucking Association of New York and Bestpass, Inc. Over $6,000 was raised for Veterans Miracle Center.
Nicole Ouellette
Your news photos
May 23, 2017

Downed power line. Locust Lane Clifton Park
Jeff Jordan
Your news photos
May 23, 2017

More than 2,000 children, parents and community members got up close to big commercial and emergency vehicles at the third annual Touch-a-Truck Event, which took place on Saturday at Crossgates Mall. The family fundraiser was hosted by the Trucking Association of New York and Bestpass, Inc. More than $6,000 was raised for Veterans Miracle Center.
Nicole Ouellette
Your news photos
May 23, 2017

More than 2,000 children, parents and community members got up close to big commercial and emergency vehicles at the third annual Touch-a-Truck Event, which took place on Saturday at Crossgates Mall. The family fundraiser was hosted by the Trucking Association of New York and Bestpass, Inc. More than $6,000 was raised for Veterans Miracle Center.
Nicole Ouellette
Your news photos
May 23, 2017

More than 2,000 children, parents and community members got up close to big commercial and emergency vehicles at the third annual Touch-a-Truck Event, which took place on Saturday at Crossgates Mall. The family fundraiser was hosted by the Trucking Association of New York and Bestpass, Inc. Over $6,000 was raised for Veterans Miracle Center.
Nicole Ouellette
Your news photos
May 23, 2017

On April 9, 2017, Boy Scout Troop 75 in Delmar, New York held a Court of Honor in recognition of Andrew Lauricella's attainment of the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest honor in Scouting.  For his Eagle Project consisted of building a fire pit and 4 wooden handicap-accessible wood benches around the fire pit for Camp SCORE in Chatham, NY, a camp run by STRIDE Adaptive Sports.  The camp hosts kids and adult veterans with disabilities and helps them cope with their challenges through sports and recreation.
Peter Lauricella
Youth activities/events
May 17, 2017

Frank Fournier, Sarah Perkins, Don Anderson, Sheila Basile, Kurt 'Woody' Woodward, Christina Meier, Justin Ducharme, and helen Appel at Colonie Senior Service Centers' 19th Annual Mother's Day Fashion Show on Friday, May 12, 2017 at the Beltrone Living Center.
Ariana Wilson
Social Scene
May 17, 2017

Mary Brizzell, Russ Ward, and Diane Conroy-LaCivita at Colonie Senior Service Centers' 19th Annual Mother's Day Fashion Show on Friday, May 12, 2017 at the Beltrone Living Center.
Ariana Wilson
Social Scene
May 17, 2017

Russ and Marjorie Ward at Colonie Senior Service Centers' 19th Annual Mother's Day Fashion Show on Friday, May 12, 2017 at the Beltrone Living Center.
Ariana Wilson
Social Scene
May 17, 2017

Kathy Montesano and Cary Piasecki attend Colonie Senior Service Centers' 19th Annual Mother's Day Fashion Show with their mother, Joann Nolan (center), on Friday, May 12, 2017 at the Beltrone Living Center.
Ariana Wilson
Social Scene
May 17, 2017

(Left to right) Kathy Simmonds and Virginia Touhey are joined by St. Catherine’s Center for Children’s board of directors president Jim Carr and executive director Frank Pindiak at the agency’s 9th Annual SCCCript & SCCCreen Gala on May 5 in Albany. Simmonds and Touhey received St. Catherine’s Hope for Tomorrow Award for their longtime support of the agency. The event was also a celebration of the Star Wars films.
Katie Been
Concerts and events
May 17, 2017

Guests at St. Catherine’s Center for Children’s 9th Annual SCCCript & SCCCreen Gala were encouraged to dress as characters from Star Wars, and many did. Mary Shaheen (right) enjoys the company of two notorious Star Wars villains, Darth Vader and Kylo Ren.
Katie Been
Concerts and events
May 17, 2017

Princess Leia, meet General Organa! Carrie Fisher portrayed Princess Leia in the original 1977 Star Wars film trilogy, and in the 2015 sequel, The Force Awakens, Princess Leia had become General Leia Organa. Here, 7-year-old Miriam Ustin, dressed as Princess Leia, meets her future self, General Organa (Nancy Bell).
Katie Been
Concerts and events
May 17, 2017

Joining the fun at St. Catherine’s SCCCript & SCCCreen Gala were Douglas Bauer as Yoda, with his daughter-in-law, Evanka, as Princess Leia, and Aaron Bell as Darth Vader.
Katie Been
Concerts and events
May 17, 2017

DJs Mike Peart (left) and Paul Kowalczyk (right) from Events by Cool Cat provided the entertainment for St. Catherine’s SCCCript & SCCCreen Gala. Here, they take a break with Kylo Ren and Darth Vader.
Katie Been
Concerts and events
May 17, 2017

Executive Director Frank Pindiak, as Jedi Knight Obi Wan Kenobi, enjoys a quiet moment with Teresa Mitchell at St. Catherine’s SCCCript & SCCCreen Star Wars Gala.
Katie Been
Concerts and events
May 17, 2017

Artist Phil Singer attended the gala, drawing caricatures of guests as their favorite Star Wars characters.
Katie Been
Concerts and events
May 17, 2017

St. Catherine’s Center for Children’s 9th Annual SCCCript & SCCCreen Star Wars Gala on May 5 drew plenty of Star Wars fans.  This family was dressed for the occasion and ready for action! They include: (back row, left to right) Aaron Bell (Darth Vader) and KT Been: (front row, left to right): Brian Bell (Kylo Ren), Nancy Bell (General Leia Organa), Benjamin Scripture (Luke Skywalker), and Elizabeth Bell (Rey).
Katie Been
Concerts and events
May 17, 2017

Six Goslings arrive at Beaver Tree Pond - Five Rivers Environmental Education Center.
Tim OToole
Spring
May 17, 2017

One-year-old Piper Veino tries her best to run with an over-sized Easter basket as her siblings and cousins begin their annual Easter egg hunt.
Barbara Roosevelt
Springtime kids
May 10, 2017

Pecking order.....
Sue Narkiewz
Spring
May 10, 2017

Sue Narkiewz
Spring
May 10, 2017

What you lookin' at?
William Cole
Animals
May 10, 2017

Go away.  I'm hiding
William Cole
Animals
May 10, 2017

Ok ok I got a crik in my neck
William Cole
Animals
May 10, 2017

Rosie and Tuffy hanging with their
Elaine A. Agresta
Holidays
May 4, 2017

On Saturday, April 29, Beech-Nut employees joined Haven of Hope’s staff and residents in preparing and seeding the garden for Haven’s Farm Stand, a worksite that directly supports Haven of Hope’s mission of providing transitional housing, holistic living and work experience programs to homeless women in Fulton and Montgomery counties.
Beech-Nut
Concerts and events
May 4, 2017

On Thursday, April 27th, the Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub in Saratoga Springs celebrated its Grand Re-Opening after undergoing a revitalization of the restaurant’s décor and amenities. The Ninety Nine’s celebration included a ribbon cutting ceremony, a donation to the Saratoga WarHorse Foundation and offering prizes for guests as they enjoyed live music and appetizer sampling.  

Pictured:
Susan Rhoades, Executive Director, Saratoga WarHorse Foundation, Janelle Schmidt, Program Coordinator, Saratoga WarHorse Foundation, Troy Huggard, Veteran Liason, Saratoga WarHorse Foundation, Nicole Pagano, Administrative Assistant, Saratoga WarHorse Foundation and Brandye Rivera, General Managing Partner,  Saratoga Springs Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub.
Jillian Kuzyk
Albany
May 4, 2017

SEFCU held its 25th annual Monopoly Tournament to benefit the Center for Disability Services on May 2, an annual event that has raised more than $270,000 since it was first held in 1992.
Peter Monthie
Your news photos
May 4, 2017

SEFCU held its 25th annual Monopoly Tournament to benefit the Center for Disability Services on May 2. Shown here are a Center for Disability Services consumer and family who spoke about the services they receive.
Peter Monthie
Your news photos
May 4, 2017

SEFCU held its 25th annual Monopoly Tournament to benefit the Center for Disability Services on May 2. Shown here is tournament winner Linda M.
Peter Monthie
Your news photos
May 4, 2017

The finalists at SEFCU's 25th annual Monopoly Tournament to benefit the Center for Disability Services. The annual event, held on May 2, has raised more than $270,000 since it was first held in 1992.
Peter Monthie
Your news photos
May 4, 2017

The finalists at SEFCU's annual Monopoly Tournament to benefit the Center for Disability Services, held on May 2. The event that has raised more than $270,000 since it was first held in 1992.
Peter Monthie
Your news photos
May 4, 2017

Head of School at The Albany Academies, Dr. Douglas M. North and his wife Dr. Ellen Cole pose together at The Albany Academies Spring Gathering held on April 29, 2017. This annual gala benefits the student body by helping to ensure that the Academies’ remain accessible to all deserving young men and women. Proceeds from the event support the financial aid and merit scholarship programs.
T.R. Laz
Back to school
May 4, 2017

The soft hues of spring play out in this capture of the Cohoes Falls near sunfall.
Barbara Roosevelt
Spring
May 4, 2017

This photo was taken near dusk at the Cohoes Falls looking toward Waterford.  The greens of spring and the browns of the cliffs emphasize the theme of spring.
Barbara Roosevelt
Spring
May 4, 2017

A chickadee performs acrobatics to get straw for his spring nest. Apparently hanging upside down is not beyond the pale for such an important enterprise!
Barbara Roosevelt
Spring
May 4, 2017

A camera shy dog out walking on Peebles Island tries to slink by me when I attempt to take her picture.  Apparently she doesn't want her baby blues commemorated on film, but what beautiful eyes they are!
Barbara Roosevelt
Spring
May 4, 2017

A mallard and his mate take a nap on the shores of Peebles Island. I didn't notice the female until I was processing the photo because she blends in so well with her background.
Barbara Roosevelt
Spring
May 4, 2017

A picnic table on Peebles Island bears  witness to the dozens of people who have carved their names on its surface while relaxing on the outer trail.
Barbara Roosevelt
Spring
May 4, 2017

A purple finch struts his stuff against a budding cherry tree in Clifton Park.
Barbara Roosevelt
Spring
May 4, 2017

An empty bench on a Peebles Island promontory nicely frames a steeple on the opposite side of the river.
Barbara Roosevelt
Spring
May 4, 2017
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