ALTAMONT — All men from the wider community are warmly invited to be part of a men’s study group that meets twice monthly in the lounge of Altamont Reformed Church at 129 Lincoln Ave. in Altamont.

On the first and third Mondays of each month, from 7 to 8:15 p.m., the group gathers for discussion, support, and prayer.

Nearly $2 million in Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program checks will be distributed across the state to expand the United States Department of Agriculture’s $1.5 million program and reach more seniors.

GUILDERLAND — One of the great things about Boy Scouts is watching these young men take on leadership roles and be very successful at it.  Case in point was a recent trip by a group of Scouts from Troop 50 in Guilderland.

The proposed State Wildlife Action Plan, known as SWAP, meant to protect rare and declining wildlife species, is now available for public comment. The deadline for comment is Friday, July 17.

GUILDERLAND — On Saturday, May 16, Guilderland Boy Scout Troop 50 worked to improve the Fort Hunter town park.  The project was coordinated and directed by Matt Cortelyou as his Eagle Project.

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