I would like to thank Cherry Neil for her letter last week regarding the services provided by the Guilderland Public Library. [“My library tax dollars are perhaps the best value around,” online at www.AltamontEnterprise.com.]
There will be many activities to celebrate this summer in the village of Altamont. I thought it would be helpful if I gave you a brief synopsis of the many scheduled events. Enjoy the coming months. They should present a great summer for culture, music, and entertainment!
One of the ways that teams are learning to work together involves activities far away from the playing field. With declining budgets and rising expenses, sports teams and clubs must engage in fund-raising activities in order to get new supplies and equipment.
Something uniquely Guilderland took place at the high school on May 14.
About 500 music students from grades five through high school presented a district-wide concert. It’s such a big deal it would be difficult to do on an annual basis so it is presented once every three years.
Recently, a local television station published an opinion segment critical of the money that the Guilderland Public Library spends to inform the citizens we serve about the library’s programs, services, and collections.