Thursday, May 21, 2009

Village of Scotia Memorial Day Parade

The weather for this years Memorial Day Parade was fantastic. Click here for more photos.

Grand Marshal, Brigadier General Patrick Murphy

Grand Marshal
Brigadier General Patrick Murphy
Director, Joint Staff, New York National Guard

Honorary Grand Marshal
CMSGT Peter Tautznik
Vietnam Veteran, Airforce and NYANG

(In Memoriam)

Charles K. Mowers
Veteran, Beukendaal Fire Chief

Dr. Edward A. Kimum, Sr D.C.
Veteran, Community Leader

Edward W. Martinec
Veteran, Volunteer Fire Fighter

Color Guard
109th Airlift Wing, NYANG

New York Air National Guard

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Don't Miss our Memorial Day Parade

Wednesday         May 20th, 2009        6:15 PM

Memorial Day Parade, Scotia NY

The fun begins at 6:15 PM

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Scotia-Glenville Prom Kids 2009

Since 2002 Cindi and I have had the honor to attend the Scotia-Glenville Prom Walk-In and take photos of the great looking couples. These photos are available at no charge to the school or students.  They’re welcome to post them on MyFace or print them out and frame them. Anyone not wanting their photos online can request they be removed by writing to

Some of our favorites

Every year the numbers grow and this year was no exception. A total of 148 new photos have been posted on on our photos page. The quality of the photos has improved since 2002 but some will appear better than others. In some case, too many flashes will throw off our own flash settings but by using two camera’s I’m happy to say I don’t think we missed anyone this year.

Click here to see this years photos


Thursday, May 14, 2009

Scotia-Glenville Children's Museum Honored

Bartel Communications Designates Scotia-Glenville Children’s Museum a “Charity of Choice”

Bartel Communications, Inc., has named the Scotia-Glenville Children’s Museum a “Charity of Choice.”  This designation adds the Scotia-Glenville Children’s Museum to A Cause for Celebration™, the registry of not-for-profit organizations Bartel Communications recommends to clients seeking a beneficiary for corporate-anniversary community-service campaigns.

Scotia-Glenville Childrens Museum

Founded in 1978, in Scotia-Glenville Children’s Museum is an all-traveling museum “without walls” that travels to communities within a 50-mile radius of its administrative office. The museum is a non-profit educational organization that holds a permanent charter from the New York State Board of Regents and offers a wide range of programs developed to enhance New York State learning standards.