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Community News

Memorial Day parade, events planned

GLOVERSVILLE — The annual Gloversville Memorial Parade and Services will be held at 9:30 a.m. May 29, the Gloversville parade committee has announced. Again this year, the line of march will be from Sixth Avenue and North Main Street, east on Sixth Avenue to Kingsboro Avenue, south on ...

FMCC annual golf classic slated

Johnstown — Fulton-Montgomery Community College will be hosting its 24th annual Golf Classic on May 24 at Fox Run Golf Club in Johnstown. This year’s tournament will feature the 2018 Chevy Equinox as the hole-in-one vehicle sponsored by Mangino Chevrolet of Amsterdam.  This is the 11th ...

Parents of young children: Beware the dangers of lead

Lead poisoning is a major environmental threat for children, and it is especially dangerous for young children, where it can cause problems with a child’s growth, behavior, and ability to learn. Lead can also harm babies before they are born. A child can get lead poisoning by swallowing or ...

Community calendar

AA If anyone needs to contact a member of Alcoholics Anonymous of Fulton and Montgomery counties, call the AA answering service at (518) 736-2644. TOPS For more information about Take Off Pounds Sensibly, including the various meeting times and places that are available, call Judy Pettit ...

Remember When?

Photo courtesy of Tony Ferraro The Decca Record baseball team representing Gloversville were the 1956 champions. Pictured, front row from left, Dick Warner, Clark Dunn, Tom Russo, Tony Guiffre, John Tartaglia, Giardino and Benney Scocco. Second row, from left, Dick Johnston, Don Barnett, ...

HFM P-Tech teacher named outstanding teacher of the year

ST. JOHNSVILLE — HFM Ag PTECH teacher Julia Hudyncia has been named the 2017 Outstanding Teacher by the New York Association of Agricultural Educators. To be considered for the award, candidates are nominated by fellow agriculture teachers and must complete an application process. The ...

Student honored with seminar trip

JOHNSTOWN — Kyle Kearsley, a radiologic technology student at Fulton-Montgomery Community College, has been selected to participate in the American Society of Radiologic Technologists 2017 Student Leadership Development Program. The ASRT represents more than 153,000 members who perform ...

Student awarded camp scholarship

JOHNSTOWN — Dakota Witzke of Fort Plain, a member of the Sunday school at Johnstown Reformed Church, recently received the first annual Katherine B. House Camp Fowler Scholarship from John Barron, allowing her to attend Camp Fowler, a Christian camp in Speculator, this summer. The ...

Chamber music at the local chamber of commerce planned

GLOVERSVILLE — The Gloversville Business Improvement District, Gloversville Community Music and the Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce have collaborated to bring to downtown Gloversville Chamber Music at the Chamber, a chamber music series for 2016-17 with their fourth concert ...

Retirement workshop planned

JOHNSTOWN — The Johnstown Public Library will be hosting an educational workshop in conjunction with Retirement Solutions, titled “Planning Your Social Security Retirement Strategy,” for pre-retirees age 55 and older at 6 p.m. on May 3. Today’s baby boomers can expect to spend more ...

Voter registration underway

GALWAY — Absentee ballots are available to registered voters of the Galway Central School District who will not be able to vote on Election Day – May 16. An absentee ballot application must be submitted before a ballot can be issued. The application is available on the District’s ...

Evolution within the women’s movement to be subject of talk

FORT HUNTER — Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site will host Helen Martin on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. to present, “The Ultimate Rift: Evolution within the Women’s Suffrage Movement.” Martin will discuss the evolution in the movement and the role of Johnstown native Elizabeth Cady Stanton ...

Earth Day/Clean Energy Fair set for Saturday

JOHNSTOWN — The Earth Day/Clean Energy Fair will take place in the Sir William Johnson Park on Main Street in Johnstown from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday. The event will feature vendors, informational displays and music. Informational displays will be provided by P-Tech students, Fulton ...

Liberty ARC receives industry honor

AMSTERDAM — Liberty ARC, the Montgomery County Chapter, NYSARC, Inc., has been awarded the Workplace Excellence Award by the Bivarus Company. This prestigious, national award is given to only a select few companies, each year, who achieve high standards in workplace communication, ...

Community calendar

AA If anyone needs to contact a member of Alcoholics Anonymous of Fulton and Montgomery counties, call the AA answering service at (518) 736-2644. TOPS For more information about Take Off Pounds Sensibly, including the various meeting times and places that are available, call Judy Pettit ...

L.J. Hand celebrates 50 years

GLEN — When the L.J. Hand Farm Center Inc. on Route 161 conducts its 50th anniversary open house from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, it will celebrate not only a business, but also the man who built it from scratch. “This business is my uncle, his dream, his baby, his life,” said Sandra ...

Two teams qualify for KidWind nationals

BROADALBIN — Two KidWind teams representing Broadalbin-Perth have qualified for nationals after finishing first in their respective divisions at the April 8 regional competition at GE Renewable Global Headquarters in Schenectady. The Turbinators, a Broadalbin-Perth High Schoo team comprised ...

Cleanup day for FM’s clerical union

JOHNSTOWN — Members of the Clerical Union of Fulton-Montgomery Community College, ESP (Educational Support Personnel), spent their Tuesday lunch hour cleaning up the outdoor area of the Administrative Building.  “Our members feel it’s important to provide community service, even within ...

No keeping them quiet

GLOVERSVILLE — The Glove Cities Huddle Group held a small sing-out-loud rally in Gloversville April 8 to celebrate and support the #icantkeepquiet movement. On that date, choirs and individuals gathered at 1 p.m. around the country to sing out, speak up and express themselves. “We are ...

Students honored at ceremony

NORTHVILLE — Northville Central School District Superintendent Leslie Ford celebrated the third-quarter middle and high school principal’s list students Tuesday. Ford congratulated the 20 students on achieving an overall average of 96.9 or higher during “the most difficult quarter of ...