You Can Save A Life – FREE One Hour Training – NARCAN

You Can Save A Life! FREE One Hour Training in Heroin/Opioid Overdose Prevention

NARCAN Training

A class is offered every month: 6pm – 7pm

Monday August 8 – Galway Public Library

Monday August 22 - Wilton Fire Department

Monday September 12 - Clifton Park Public Library

Monday September 26 - Stillwater Public Library

Monday October 10 - Waterford Town Hall

Monday October 24 - Malta Community Center

Monday November 14 - SUNY Adirondack Wilton Campus

Monday December 12 - First Presbyterian Church, Ballston Spa

  • Learn the signs and symptoms of heroin and opioid overdose.?•Learn how to use NARCAN nasal spray to respond to an overdose situation.
  • Receive a FREE Intranasal Naloxone (NARCAN) kit to carry and use.

Juan Guzman Opens Stillwater’s Newest Business – by V. Gallagher

STILLWATER  FEBRUARY 27– Mayor Rick Nelson, members of the village and town board, and local officials gathered together on February 28 for a ceremonial ribbon cutting to welcome Elite Training to the community. Located at 751 Hudson Avenue, Elite Training is a new fitness center focusing on overall strength and conditioning.  However, as owner Juan Garzon explained, his goal is to make it more than just a place to lift weights.

Read the entire article in the 03-03 edition.

Mechanicville FD Fire Prevention Training

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.

Heroin Enforcement a New Reality – by H. Wessell


 Some people should know that the person who might literally stop the death from heroin overdose of a friend, relative or oneself might be the policeman or policewoman just coming around the corner.

   It can be done with a little object that can be carried in a pocket a nasal spray, but no ordinary one, called Narcan (Nalaxone).

   Stillwater Police Sgt. Raymond  Cordani,  who becomes also Town Police Commissioner in a few weeks,  and who in an earlier story in this paper said better and better ongoing training of officers will be a priority, noted how there is an upsurge of training on use of  Narcan,


Read the entire article in the June 12th issue of the Express.