The Greater Good: Rock Voices, Make-A-Wish Donut

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Rock Voices raise money

They raised their voices and they raised a significant amount of money. Rock Voices, a non-audition choir that sings rock and pop hits put on concerts over the weekend at Shaker High in Colonie and Saratoga Springs High School. They raised $6,000 for Kelly’s Angels, the charity that helps children who’ve lost a parent to cancer and provides aid to families currently battling. Rock Voices is always looking for singers for their Albany and Saratoga choirs – no experience necessary.

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Lake George Music Festival

Tickets are now on sale for the Lake George Music Festival. More than 80 musicians and hosts will perform August 6 through August 17. Music and parking passes are for sale through the festival website.

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Firefighter introduction program in Lake George

Students at Lake George High School got some special physical education on Tuesday. The school partnered with six local fire companies to host its first ever firefighter introduction program. Firefighters set up stations including suiting up, stair climb, ceiling push & pull, drag and forcible entry. The goal is to encourage and excite students about volunteering with emergency services.

Make-A-Wish donut at Duck Donuts

Duck Donuts is partnering with Make-A-Wish, for its new “Quack Give Back” initiative. Now through June 18, you can buy the special-edition Wish Donut, featuring chocolate or vanilla icing topped with Make-A-Wish-inspired blue and white sprinkles. Duck Donuts will donate 50ยข to Make-A-Wish for each Wish Donut sold. You can also donate by rounding up your change on any order.