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10 Things to do this Winter in Schoharie County 

On February 15, 2017, Posted by , In Blog,News, With No Comments

2017 Winter, Here We Come Event: Winter Warm Up by the Middleburgh Area Business Association, Middleburgh Rotary, Village of Middleburgh, and the Middleburgh Fire Department Location: Badgley Phttps://www.facebook.com/events/814489912024667/ark on Railroad Avenue, by the Firehouse, Middleburgh, NY 12122 Date/Time: February 25, 2017, 6:00pm-8:30pm Event: Free Family Movie Night by Reality Check…

New website highlights ‘trails’ of Schoharie County

On February 14, 2017, Posted by , In Media Coverage,News, With No Comments

The Daily Gazette New website highlights ‘trails’ of Schoharie County Dan Fitzsimmons  February 8, 2017 Officials at Schoharie Area Long Term have launched a website that shows off the cultural and natural assets of Schoharie County, completing an effort that began more than two years ago. SALT, as the organization…

Joanna Ostroot, Saying Farewell

On February 10, 2017, Posted by , In VISTA Blog, With No Comments

Just like that, it seems, a year has gone by and my AmeriCorps VISTA service at SALT is complete. I could not anticipate, a few years ago, that I would live in Schoharie County and experience what the valley holds. But as I have grown older, I’ve come to embrace…

SALT Spotlight: LeeAnn Arnold

On February 8, 2017, Posted by , In Media Coverage,News,SALT Spotlight, With No Comments

  We would like to welcome LeeAnn Arnold as a new member of the SALT Board of Directors. LeeAnn was born and raised in Schoharie County and is raising her family in the County. She has worked for the NBT Bank for 16 years and currently works as the Branch…

WSDE 1190: SALT Speaks Edition

On February 2, 2017, Posted by , In Blog,Media Coverage,News, With No Comments

January 31, 2017 Tune into Ed Sherlock‘s interview with Jerrine Corallo of SALT, Heidi Sourwine and Tolga Morawski of Greater Mohawk Valley Land Bank (GMVLB), and Supervisor Tague of the Town of Schoharie regarding the newly formed Land Bank in the Mohawk Valley and how it will benefit Schoharie County.  You…

SALT Spotlight: Michael Hartzel

On January 26, 2017, Posted by , In Blog,Board of Directors,SALT Spotlight, With No Comments

  We would like to welcome Michael Hartzel as a new member of the SALT Board of Directors. Michael served in the US Army for 30 years before serving in his current position as the Schoharie County Director of Emergency Services. He held multiple positions with the Army and retired…

SALT Spotlight: Kristin Williams

On January 19, 2017, Posted by , In Blog,News,SALT Spotlight, With No Comments

  We would like to welcome Kristin Williams as a new member of the SALT Board of Directors.  Kristin is both active in her community and in state government. She frequently volunteers for programs at Schoharie School District, where she also serves as the assistant volunteer coach for the girls’…

Collaboration is Key for Trails to Tales of Schoharie County

On January 19, 2017, Posted by , In Blog,News, With 1 Comment

Many hands make light work, they say. In this case, many hands are creating an innovative website that will engage and educate the greater populace in our very own Schoharie County. As a direct result of the collaborative efforts from members of the Schoharie County Quilt Barn Trail, Schoharie County…

SALT Spotlight: Tish Czachor

On January 12, 2017, Posted by , In SALT Spotlight, With No Comments

  We would like to welcome Tish (Letitia) Czachor, as a new member of the SALT Board of Directors.  Tish recently moved to Cobleskill with her family and is already making her mark in the community. Tish is the Regional Development Manager at Bassett Healthcare Network’s Cobleskill Regional Hospital.  No…

Recap of 2016 and what 2017 has in store for SALT

On January 5, 2017, Posted by , In Blog,News, With No Comments

2016 was an exciting year full of accomplishments and challenges for SALT. One highlight of the year was the 5 th year recognition of the flooding event of 2011. This event brought together volunteers, residents, and government officials from around the region. We reflected upon the flood that was the…