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Capital Hills with one of my favorite outdoors companions.
Silvia Meder Lilly
December 11, 2014

COLLAGE OF ALBANY SITES
KEN DEITCHER
December 11, 2014

taken in an albany playground
KEN DEITCHER
December 11, 2014

Fireworks show at the Tree Lighting Ceremony @ ESP on 12/7/14
Sheillagh Dare
December 9, 2014

Fireworks at the Capital's Tree lighting, 12/7/14
Bill Winchip
December 9, 2014

Albany Police vehicle on the Plaza during last night's Fireworks 12/7/14
Bill Winchip
December 9, 2014

Congregation Beth Emeth welcomed Charlotte Bonelli, the author of “Exit Berlin”, to their annual Sisterhood -Brotherhood brunch Sunday morning, Dec 7. The book describes how Arnold Hatch, who lived in the U.S., worked with his cousin Luzie against time and bureaucratic obstacles to get relatives out of Nazi Germany. The book has strong Capital Region connections: Arnold Hatch Sr's son was married to the late Gloria Hatch, a longtime Albany resident and CBE member. Sunday's event was dedicated to her memory. In researching the book, the author found a trove of legal records in the CBE archives with assistance from Pat Snyder and the late Addie Muhlfeder, former CBE archivists. Rabbi Scott Shpeen introduced Ms. Bonelli who spoke to over 170 at the brunch catered by the CBE Brotherhood. From left to right: Former CBE archivist Pat Snyder, Rabbi Scott Shpeen, Author Charlotte Bonelli
Bill Golderman
December 9, 2014

Congregation Beth Emeth welcomed Charlotte Bonelli, the author of “Exit Berlin”, to their annual Sisterhood -Brotherhood brunch Sunday morning, Dec 7. The book describes how Arnold Hatch, who lived in the U.S., worked with his cousin Luzie against time and bureaucratic obstacles to get relatives out of Nazi Germany. The book has strong Capital Region connections: Arnold Hatch Sr's son was married to the late Gloria Hatch, a longtime Albany resident and CBE member. Sunday's event was dedicated to her memory. In researching the book, the author found a trove of legal records in the CBE archives with assistance from Pat Snyder and the late Addie Muhlfeder, former CBE archivists. Rabbi Scott Shpeen introduced Ms. Bonelli who spoke to over 170 at the brunch catered by the CBE Brotherhood. From left to right: Sisterhood co-President Robyn Marinstein, Event co-chairs Cheryl Gelder-Kogan and Nancy Preston, and author Charlotte Bonelli
Bill Golderman
December 9, 2014

The innovative design of the Washington Avenue and Fuller Road interchange won a Diamond Award for Engineering Excellence from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC NY). The project, designed by Creighton Manning Engineering of Albany, improved traffic operations and safety, added accommodations for pedestrians, bicyclists and transit, and made way for future expansion of the SUNY Poly campus. The award will be presented at a black-tie gala event at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City in March.
Chris Milian, 2013
December 4, 2014

The Epilepsy Foundation of Northeastern New York recognized their 2014 Red Flame Corporate Sponsors (sponsors at $5,000+) at their annual Awards Dinner held on November 20th at Wolferts Roost Country Club. Pictured are representatives from Key Bank, Center for Disability Services, Lundbeck, Priority Group of Companies, SEFCU, Turf Hotes and SYSCO Foods.
Fred Moody
December 2, 2014

Four Sons Servings
Joan Batza
December 2, 2014

Early morning around the lake
Sean Noonan
November 29, 2014

I walk my dogs in Washington Park every day and the Thanksgiving snow storm made the lake very beautiful.
Willard Bridgham
November 29, 2014

Out walking on Hackett Ave, day before Thanksgiving, 2014
James Eaton
November 27, 2014

Academy of the Holy Names Senior Kaylee Scott, pictured with Coach Carlo Cherubino,  signs a National Letter of Intent to compete in Cross Country and Track and Field at Northeastern University in Boston, MA. 
Kaylee qualified for the NY State Cross Country Championship meet every year since coming to Holy Names as a freshman. She placed 4th in her sophomore year and was a member of the cross country team that won the NYS Class B championship. She finished in 5th place her junior year.
She qualified for the indoor NY State meet in 9th and 10th grade. In outdoor track, Kaylee won the Division II 3000m State Championship her freshman year.
ellen gelting
November 20, 2014
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