Albany County Executive Daniel McCoy served as a volunteer firefighter for seven years. He says the collaboration and diverse mix of skills present in volunteer fire companies forms the bedrock of community service. You can benefit from this sense of community and shared purpose by joining one of Albany County’s volunteer fire companies.
The Coeymans Hollow Ladies Auxiliary will once again be making their delicious Manhattan Clam Chowder this Friday March 8, the second of three sales during Lent. The Ladies will be busy chopping the freshest vegetables available and combining them with spices and clams to make our Chowder delicious. Our Chowder also freezes very well so you can stock up and enjoy it all year long. The Chowder Sale will begin at 4:00p.m. at the Coeymans Hollow Fire House, State Rt 143 in Coeymans Hollow. Please come out to the Hollow to purchase the best and freshest Chowder in town. All proceeds from the Chowder Sale will benefit the Coeymans Hollow Scholarship Fund. We appreciate your support of the Coeymans Hollow Ladies Auxiliary. NOTE The third and final Chowder sale will be held on Friday March 22.
Jack Dennis of the Coeymans Hollow Volunteer Fire Company speaks about the fire service. Joining a volunteer fire service is a tremendous opportunity to gain valuable skills, advance your career and become part of a long standing tradition. Find out how you can become part of this dynamic family of volunteer firefighters. Visit http://www.fireinyou.org for more information.
Albany County Executive Daniel McCoy served as a volunteer firefighter for seven years. He says the teamwork and incident management skills he learned in the volunteer fire service prepared him for success in his current role as leader of Albany County. You can benefit from these same skills and serve your community by joining one of Albany County’s volunteer fire companies.