Colonie TV Program Descriptions
Wednesday, November 7 to Tuesday, November 13, 2012
|Assembly Update with Bob Reilly
||Assemblyman Reilly discusses the events and issues related to
the New York State Legislature.
||Benchmark with Peter Crummey
||Judge Peter's guest is Keith Hirokawa who teaches courses involving environmental and natural resources law, land use planning, property law, and jurisprudence.
||Getting to Know You with Joe Nash
||George Regan Director of the Troy Turkey Trot and Michael Fraser Deputy Public Information Director of the City of Troy talk about the Troy Turkey Trot
Joe interviews Starlyn D’Angelo, Executive Director of the Heritage Shaker Society on Fall programs, the Holiday Craft Fair, and the Society’s new “Virtual Watervliet” web site.
|Inside Addiction with Dean Hale
||Dean's guest is Laura Eliot Engel and Sam Wiggins from the Friends of Recovery to discuss their program.
||Library Book Review with Joe Nash
||Local author Constance Bramer discusses her book, "How Connie Got Her Rack Back" and her breast cancer
Skidmore Professor and nationally recognized William James Scholar Linda Simon discusses her book "Genuine reality: a Life of William James".
|The Money Factor with Richard Naylor
Richard's guests are Questar III District Superintendent James N. Baldwin and David Davis, President and COO of Menands-based Simmons Machine Tool (a local Questar business partner) 100 yrs young & international discuss the Common Core Learning Standards and Career Readiness.
|Parenting in the 21st Century with Zina Shevchik
||Zina interviews Patricia Paul-Zimbler, Supervisor, Foster Home Finder/Adoption Unit and Albany County Department For Children, Youth and Families Cher Joseph, Case Worker, Foster Home inder/Adoption Unit, Albany County Department For Children, Youth and Families on the topic of foster care.
||Senior Resouces with Chris Cary
||Chris' guest is Ed Neary, Executive Director of Colonie Senior Services, Inc..
||Join the youth services staff each weekday
at 9am and 7pm for stories, songs, fingerplays and fun. This program
is for children of all ages.
||Veterans Report with Larry Wiest
||Larry's guest is Amanda Gyves, an army captain who served both in Kuwait and in Iraq.