To the Editor:

OK, I'm on a mission — a fundraising mission; it's been a few years since I've asked friends and family for money, so I figure you must have a few dollars burning a hole in your pockets or purses — especially if you were a former camper up at Camp Little Notch in Fort Ann, New York.

To the Editor:

The environment is the most important part of our community.

We think that we should start a program called Green.  In the program, we would clean up the environment.

To the Editor:

Every year at one of the town's parks they should have a fundraiser to donate money, food, toys, blankets, and clothes to people in need of them.

They should do this because it is for charity and a very good cause.  At this donation, we could sell Girl Scout cookies, baked goods, and other items.

Jeremy Collen scored the sudden-death overtime winning goal for Guilderland on Monday in the Class AA soccer quarterfinals against Saratoga.

Volunteers at Farnsworth Middle School Saturday collected and sorted the objects neglected by homeowners and prepared them for taking on new forms at a recycling facility or new homes through reuse.

Three teachers, two secretaries, and a principal were recognized this year by the school board for what Lin Severance called their “outstanding contributions to the Guilderland Central School District.” Severance, the district’s assistant superintendent for human resources, hosted a ceremony this

GUILDERLAND — Police credit a neighbor for foiling a burglary attempt on Chandler Road, which resulted in an arrest on Wednesday morning.

Guilderland Police arrested Candice A. Kuder of Rotterdam at about 10:30 a.m., according to a release from the police.

A bridge replaced on Grant Hill Road was funded with $1.9 million from federal, state, an county sources.

Children at Guilderland Elementary School raced in the annual Pumpkin Fun Run on Oct. 18.

GUILDERLAND — Superintendent Marie Wiles told the school board Tuesday, during its televised meeting, that she wanted to “recognize the strength and character of this community” in dealing with the “unspeakable tragedies that struck our community.” Wiles said there was a remarkable


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