Article and photos on pages 8-9 of the 10-20 Express.
Article on page 8 of the 08/11 issue.
STILLWATER – The 2015-16 school year at Stillwater High School will include a series of programs designed to help Stillwater teens make responsible decisions concerning alcohol, tobacco and drug use. The Prevention Council of Saratoga will present a series of classroom and extracurricular programs highlighting the dangers of substance use as well as the consequences of harmful or threatening online behavior.
Read the entire article in the Oct. 1st edition.
You are invited to join The Mechanicville Rotary Club on Friday, June 26th at Stillwater Town Hall at 11 AM for an important presentation on Lyme and other tick-borne diseases given by Steve Borgos, a Lyme Disease survivor and local advocate for change to the medical and public policies surrounding treatment guidelines and the economics of these diseases.
Borgos has had an “up-close and personal” education on the complicated issues surrounding tick-borne diseases. “Lyme disease and the insidious co-infections that create serious illness are a major public health challenge that will co-opt our health and our health-care system if we don’t get a much better handle on them now,” said Borgos.
Read the entire article in the June 18th edition.
MECHANICVILLE - The Mechanicville Volunteer Fire Department has just completed its annual Fire Prevention Training Program for elementary school students, Grades K-5, at the Mechanicville Elementary School. Over 700 students attended demonstration of fire safety practices for themselves and their homes and families. The also got the opportunity to see and us a fire extinguisher simulator. Several brave teacher volunteers also got the “thrill” of riding in tower truck’s 10 foot aerial bucket to the delight of their students. At the conclusion of the training session, each student was given a Mechanicville Fire Prevention tee shirt and a personal calculator. Member of the Hillcrest Fire Department assisted.
Article and photos in the Oct. 6th edition of the Express.
The Arvin Hart Fire Company would again like to thank everyone for their donations during this year’s fund drive. We have exceeded last year’s monetary total even though only about 15% of the envelopes sent out were returned.
Fire prevention week is coming up and this year’s theme is Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives, Test Yours Monthly. In an average fire, do you know how long it takes for your smoke detector to activate, under ideal conditions less than 30 seconds. The Arvin Hart Fire Co will try something different this year with an open house on Wednesday evening October 15th from 5pm to 8pm. This does a couple of things, changes the time so as to not take away from resident’s weekend and is a regular training night for our members. We do hope that you would stop by and see us. It’s very discouraging when our members try to put together a good program and no one cares enough to show up. After a while we feel that as long as we show up with the big red trucks, no one cares. Please just stop by for a few minutes at our main station on Campbell at Kellogg Roads.
Read the entire article in the Oct. 2nd issue of the Express.