Jacqueline M. Domin
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Women find common ground in their tales
Kate Dudding and Betty McCanty have countless stories between them. There are the personal stories, the stories about their travels and adventures.
Program provides gifts to isolated seniors
There was a man who took part in Home Instead’s Be a Santa to a Senior program a few years ago who just wanted a bed for Christmas.
Teri Conroy spends a lot of time out in the community with her farm animals, bringing llamas to libraries, festivals and community events. It's important to her to educate the public about llamas, to give people their own opportunity to "learn llama."
MoHu highlights artistic talents from all over the Capital District
Stretching over a week and a half, from Friday, Oct. 5, to Sunday, Oct. 14, the MoHu Festival kicked off with an interactive arts party at Albany International Airport on Thursday, Oct. 4.
One of the key ideas behind the StateWide Senior Action Council is to identify issues affecting seniors and do something about them, rather than simply waiting and hoping for change.
OASIS, a life-long learning program that offers educational classes to adults 50 years and over, offers more than 60 classes, and most meet only once.
Academy for Lifelong Learning celebrates 20 years
Sponsored by Empire State College, the Academy for Lifelong Learning is comprised of seniors who decide what kind of classes and activities they want to take part in.
Katharine Winderlin was named the state's top senior volunteer during a ceremony Tuesday, June 12, at Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Services of Saratoga County, a not-for-profit organization that aids victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
An intergenerational tutoring program that pairs seniors with students in the Albany City School District is looking for more volunteers for the fall.
Last year, Frank DeSorbo held the first local D-Day rememberance event, with some 30 veterans who fought at Normandy showing up to the Holiday Inn Express in Latham. He will hold his second event this year and has 45 veterans signed up.