Wednesday, October 24, 2018
Tuesday, October 9, 2018
Community Benefit DinnerProceeds to benefit the survivorsof the September 30, 2018 firesThursday, October 11, 2018 at 5:30-8:30pmFirst Lutheran Church of Albany646 State St, Albany, NY 12203An opportunity for neighbors to come together as a community to heal and help those who have lost everything recover from these devastating fires!Pay What You Can - Suggested Donation for Entry:
- $5 for Students & Seniors
- $10 for Adults
- $15 for FamiliesWe will also have raffles - including a 50/50 raffle - and a silent auction. We will be creating cards for survivors as well.Dinner will be an Italian Feast of
- Chicken Parm
- Baked Ziti
- Carmelized Green Beans
- Tossed Salad
- Assorted BeveragesIf you can't make it and want to donate, please go to the following:
- Cash Donations can go to United Way of the Greater Capital Region, Albany City Fires Fund. Mailing address is Albany City Fires Fund, PO Box 13865, Albany, NY 12212. All funds will go directly to the fire survivors. Donations can also be made at any of CAP COM Federal Credit Union’s 11 branches in the Capital Region
- Cash Donations can also go to the Catholic Charities Disaster Recovery - indicate Fire Survivors in the Comments Section. Mailing address is Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Albany, 40 North Main Avenue, Albany, New York 12203. Use the Donate Form to direct funds to fire survivorsThis dinner is sponsored by UAlbany Student Affairs, Pine Hills Neighborhood Association, and First Lutheran Church with support from Hon. Alfredo Balarin, Hon. Doug BullockContact Pine Hills Improvement Group at PHIGPineHills@gmail.
com or with any questions.More details will be available on the Community Benefit Dinner event page on the Pine Hills Neighborhood Association Facebook Page. I will also be sending out a flyer to share in the next day or so.Please share with your neighbors in PIne Hills and beyond!Thank you!Carolyn Keefe, CoordinatorPine Hills Improvement Group (PHIG)Committee of Pine Hills Neighborhood Association (PHNA)
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
Sharing some sad news of the passing of CBID Board member Dan Sanders Father. His lifes story is told well by the Obituary below
Services will be held at Temple Israel 600 New Scotland Avenue tomorrow September 19th, 2018 at 11 am.
Tuesday, September 18, 2018
In Partnership with the CBID- Albany The Legal Project, on October 11th, from 6 PM to 8:30 PM
will hold a free legal clinic for small businesses. It’s an opportunity for individuals with business ideas or existing businesses to receive a free 30-minute legal consultation with an attorney.
The flyer has the appointment information included. It is not an exclusive event for CBID members, all small businesses are welcome by appointment.
USA Today Story
Monday, September 17, 2018
Friday, September 14, 2018
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Pastor David Traynham the founder of ALERT and was on site in Washington Park with the Albany Police Department to layout plans for the first-ever ALERTS Community event.
Community groups from All Over Albany will be on site in an effort to bring the community together. learn how your organization can get involved by contacting the bid office
The event was put on by ALERT (Albany Law Enforcement Resolution Team). Their goal was to connect members of the community with various community programs and services that could help reduce and prevent violent crime.
Follow up news at WNYT Covers the event
Chief Hawkins was sworn in and took the lead as the chief of the Albany Police Department after leaving Suburban Detroit. Members of the Central Avenue business Community were on hand to welcome the new chief.