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News and upcoming events from your neighbors and non-profits across Saratoga County. Unless otherwise noted, all posts are press releases provided by the organization. Have something to share? Email Curated by Community Content Coordinator Aubree Cutkomp.

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

New York State Dairy Princess meets Senators Farley and Marchione

State Senator Hugh T. Farley (R, C, I- Schenectady) had the
pleasure of meeting the New York State Dairy Princess, Courtney Luskin of Hoosic Valley High School in Rensselaer County, on March 4th in Albany.

Part of Courtney’s role is promoting milk and dairy products in New York State. Also pictured is Senator Kathleen Marchione.

Dairy Princesses throughout ADADC’s marketing region are an important part of the communications team. Their hard work, love for the industry, endless energy, and grass-roots efforts reach consumers on a daily basis.
County and state dairy princesses work tirelessly to spread the positive message about dairy. These young industry spokespersons are promoting dairy through newspaper and  television interviews, parades, farm events, ADADC program events and a lot of one-on-one time with consumers. Learn more at:

Monday, March 18, 2013

New officers of Saratoga Stryders

On March 11, a new slate of officers were elected at the annual membership meeting of the Saratoga Stryders running club.

Pictured left to right, Shaun Donegan, Kim Zimbal of Saratoga Springs were re-elected Secretary and Treasurer.  Frank Lombardo, also of Saratoga Springs, was elected President and Sue Nealon of Troy was Vice-President.

For more information about the club and its activities, visit or email

Friday, March 1, 2013

Adirondack School's fundraiser a success

The Adirondack School had a Penne Pasta Dinner fundraiser for the school on Saturday, Feb. 23 at Mac's Diner on Broad Street in Schuylerville.  Students helped prepare and serve dinner and a silent auction was held throughout the night. The dinner and auction raised over $1200.

The Adirondack School of Northeastern New York is committed to offering students a progressive, stimulating and integrated curriculum which blends critical thinking, artistic expression, and practical achievement where they work in an atmosphere of mutual respect, providing them with leadership and communication skills for their future. The Adirondack School of Northeastern New York is non-sectarian and does not discriminate in employment or admissions against persons of any race, color, sexual orientation, gender, religious, national or ethnic origin of those respecting the dignity and worth of all individuals. They have a rolling admission; or call 695-5294 for more information.