7th Annual Dairy Queen Shelter Day

Posted Wednesday at 2:59pm | Topics: Fundraiser

May 11

The 7th Annual Dairy Queen Shelter Day event to benefit the Columbia-Greene Humane Society/SPCA was another big success, raising over $1,200 to support the shelter. Pictured in a check presentation, from left to right, are CGHS/SPCA Volunteer Special Events Coordinator Jennifer Newton, Dairy Queen of Ghent Owner Martin Silver,  and CGHS/SPCA President/CEO Ron Perez.  

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May 10

Since 2008, the Columbia-Greene Humane Society/SPCA has maintained a Pet Food Bank for the public. The food is free for people experiencing financial hardships. On average, CGHS/SPCA will supply 30,000 lbs. of free food to families in need each year.   To better meet the needs of the public, CGHS/SPCA has teamed up with local […]

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Lacy Subaru’s “Share the Love Event”

Posted Wednesday at 8:08am | Topics: Fundraiser

Apr 27

Lacy Subaru’s “Share the Love Event” raised over $9,400 to help animals in need at the Columbia-Greene Humane Society/SPCA. Pictured in a check presentation are, from left to right: Lacy Subaru employees Dan Lacy and Troy Lacy, CGHS/SPCA President Ron Perez, Lacy Subaru employees Annie Robillard-Esposito, Nicole Lacy, John Luvera, and Dave Jackson, and Brock, […]

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Route 66 Bridge Closure

Posted Wednesday at 10:08am | Topics: Announcements

Apr 20

Travel from south of Hudson to avoid bridge closure:   First, connect to NYS Route 23 East. Do NOT turn onto Route 9G by Stewart’s. Continue past Columbia-Greene Community College. Continue through the stoplight approximately 1.5 miles past the college onto NYS Route 23 East/US Route 9 South. Do NOT turn. Continue for nearly three […]

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Dog and Cat Food Drive to Benefit the Food Bank at the Columbia-Greene Humane Society/SPCA and Shelter Day at Dairy Queen     Oldies 93.5 FM, The Cat 98.5 FM, WRWD, and The Columbia Paper will be hosting a pet food drive on Saturday, April 30, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Shoprite in […]

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