NEWS

Agency Completes New Freihofer's Run for Women Website

Wednesday, April18, 2018 -- We are thrilled to have designed the new website for the Freihofer's Run for Women, one of the world's most prestigious 5K road races for women. The site is designed to be mobile-friendly and easier for participants to navigate. Check it out here.

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Agency Designs "Fire In You" Campaign Truck Wrap

Friday, March 16, 2018 -- We are extremely proud of how our truck wrap turned out for the Fireman’s Association of the State of New York's (FASNY) "Fire In You" campaign, a statewide volunteer recruitment campaign sponsored by FASNY encouraging men and women of New York to become volunteer firefighters.. The vehicle will be driven to community events across the Empire State. You can learn more at FireinYou.org.

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Therapy Pigs Visit Residents at Valatie Nursing Facility

Thursday, March 1, 2018 -- National Pig Day 2018 was a huge hit at The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing at Barnwell, a 236-bed skilled nursing facility in Valatie, N.Y. that provides rehabilitation and nursing services to patients who require either short- or long-term nursing care following hospitalization. Staff arranged for a special visit from therapy pigs Bacon Bits and Albert EinSwine. Click here to see the CBS6 story!

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Girl Scouts Learn About Animals at Valatie Nursing Home

On Feb. 6, Girl Scouts Daisy Troop 1539 and Junior Troop 1038 visited The Grand Nursing and Rehabilitation Center at Barnwell, a 236-bed skilled nursing facility in Valatie, N.Y. that provides rehabilitation and nursing services to patients who require either short- or long-term nursing care following hospitalization. The Girl Scout Troops are working to achieve their 3 Cheers for Animals Journey Badge, which focuses on learning about animals, how to care for them and animals’ impact on our communities. The Girl Scouts invited residents to join them in discovering the differences between therapy and service dogs. Georgia, a therapy dog from Ichabod Crane’s primary school and Honey, who works in the elementary/middle school through the Social Service Dog Program, were present for the informative evening. After the presentation, the young visitors read a book to the residents and completed a “get to know you” questionnaire. As part of their badge coursework, the Girl Scouts have toured and collected food for a local Humane Society and met with a sheriff and his K-9 partner and learned how they partner to keep our communities safe.

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