Keeping hens for eggs is the human norm. Our current culture — mass-producing food in factory-like settings — is the aberration. Those who want a healthier lifestyle should be allowed their pursuits.

The Guilderland softball team talked about defending its title early on in the season, but Bethlehem wasn't about to allow it.

Baseballs were flying out of Shenendehowa's ballpark last Friday during the Class AA quarterfinals, and the Dutchmen couldn't keep up.

We got a call from Jim’s niece the other day that really excited us. Laurie and her husband Steve wanted to check a date to see if we would be around for a visit from them. Of course, we said, “Yes.” If we had other plans, we would have changed them in order to see Laurie and Steve.

The Guilderland Senior Services is offering the following activities the week of June 1. Call the senior office at 356-1980, ext. 1048 with any questions or for information.

Lupine Fest was held last Saturday at the Albany Pine Bush Discovery Center. The festival celebrates the wildflower blue lupine and its importance to the endangered Karner blue butterfly. This year’s theme was “Dune” It All — Recreation in the Pine Bush.

Young adults met with students at Farnsworth Middle School to share their stories of being mistreated through technology and its possible consequences, including lasting emotional scars.

It was Mother’s Day at Hamilton Union Presbyterian Church in Guilderland.

To the Editor:

I would like to thank all who selected me as grand marshall of the Memorial Day parade.

It was a good day and a great parade. It was well organized and came off well.

Again, thanks to the Helderberg American Legion Post 977 and to the Boyd Hilton Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7062.

St. John’s Lutheran Church at 140 Maple Ave. in Altamont has the following schedule for Sunday, May 25:

— 8:30 a.m. there will be an informal worship including modern and ethnic hymns plus a discussion of the format for the sermon; and


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