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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
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
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
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
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
May 23, 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
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
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
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
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
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
May 17, 2017

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

Six Goslings arrive at Beaver Tree Pond - Five Rivers Environmental Education Center.
Tim OToole
May 17, 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
May 4, 2017
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