Good News: Business mentoring for teens, Tanglewood tradition continues
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Business mentoring program in Warren County
After great success in its first few months, a mentoring program for young people in Warren County is starting a session. The program pairs teens with the owner of a business. The young people learn how to successfully run a business. The program was created to help at-risk youth through Warren County Probation, Workforce Development and Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Big donation for Albany High Robotics Team
The Albany High School Robotics Team just received a check for $7,500. The money comes from the Gene Haas Foundation, which donates millions of dollars every year to educational programs on manufacturing. The current Albany robotics team is the biggest one so far, with 50 members.
Saratoga Springs bakery hosting pop-up market
A bakery in Saratoga Springs is hosting a second pop-up market. Lady Lily’s Place will have a variety of gifts and baked goods on February 4. Shoppers have a chance to win prizes, including a cookie decorating class and a cookie bouquet.
Murder mystery dinner in Little Falls
If you feel like taking a quick road trip, The Beardslee Castle in Little Falls is hosting is next murder mystery dinner theater show January 27 and 28. Tickets include dinner and the show. The theme of the show is “Why do cows keep disappearing from one town?”
James Taylor returning to Tanglewood
James Taylor and his All-Star Band will be back at Tanglewood in Lenox, Berkshire County this summer. The shows are July 3 and July 4. This is the first time since 2019 that all 36,000 seats will be available for the two shows, report NewsChannel 13’s media partners at the Berkshire Eagle.