It was the most heartbreaking news any of us could hear the week leading into Father's Day: a 16-year-old hit by a car and killed on 787's Bridge Street intersection in Cohoes. With tragedy a community rallies and you can help Brittany Knight's family.
A month ago, or so I participated in the JDRF Walk for type 1 diabetes in support of my little bff, Grayson. He was diagnosed at just 13 months and has been struggling daily with his levels as he learns the ins and outs of T1D before he can say more than a handful of words.
Maybe there will come a day where we don't have to promote another benefit for someone with cancer because will have cured this wretched illness once and for all. In the meantime, however, this family could certainly use everyone's help
We have a great friend here at the radio ranch. Her name is Margaret Evon-Laier. We call her DMV Margaret, actually. Well, when "DMV" has a favor to ask, we jump to it. And this is a great event in honor of someone very special in her life.
Women's Build-a-Bash is definitely a fun-filled evening happening at the Schenectady Armory on Saturday, September 19 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., and you can hear the Community Relations Manager Karen McLane explain the purpose behind it.
This is September, and I'll admit –there are a ton of fundraisers to announce. Every one of them is as important as the next, and this is no exception, especially because there is a personal connection.