Sports & Recreation

Sports & Recreation 05.27.21

BLCC Women’s Wednesday Golf League – Results Wednesday, May 12, 2021

AVERILL PARK – The results of the BLCC Women’s Wednesday Golf League from matches played on Wednesday, May 12, 2021 are:

Team Jewell defeated Team Squazzo (14 points to 9 points) and Team Morrison defeated Team Messier (9 points to 8 points) in the 3rd week of league play. Low net scores were recorded by Lisa McGrath (30), Jen DiIorio (31) and Peg Squazzo (35). Congratulations!

Thirty-three of 39 league members participated.

Team Standings following the third week of play:

1st place Team Jewell 20.5 points

2nd place Team Morrison 18 points

3rd place Team Messier 17 points

4th place Team Squazzo 15 points

Rensselaer Plateau Alliance All The Time In The World:  Discovering the History of a Place Through Geology 

RENSSELAER COUNTY – Poestenkill Community Forest, East Poestenkill–Saturday, May 29, 10 am – 1 pm. With Krysia Kornecki, PhD, geology. Do you ever wonder why the views on your horizon, the mountain ranges or gentle slopes, are the way they are? Do you ever catch the light reflecting off a stone and wonder what it might be, or how it got there? Do you ever wonder what came before us? Krysia will share some of the basic concepts and tools geologists use to read the evidence of what came before us in the rock record. This outing will help you imagine major geologic themes and processes, and to write the narrative of the forest’s lifespan through deep time in your mind’s eye. Pre-registration is required for all events; space is limited for in-person events and masks are required. Learn more, get directions, and register at

Grafton Lakes State Park to Hold National Trails Day

CROPSEYVILLE – Grafton Lakes State Park and the Friends of Grafton Lakes State Park will host a National Trails Day event on Saturday, June 5th. The summer has just begun, and the park could use your help! Join us to restore and maintain the trail system. Pre-registration is required. Spots are limited. The event is free of charge and will take place from 8:30 AM – 12 PM.

Has the outdoors been a haven for you during the pandemic? Have you had the privilege of enjoying Grafton Lakes State Park’s 25 miles of hiking and biking trails? The park invites patrons to help clean up and improve trails on Saturday morning and indulge in the trail activities they enjoy most in the afternoon. There will be a range of projects good for all abilities. This event is geared specifically towards adults, minimum age of 13.

Please call Grafton Lakes State Park to register: 518-279-1155.

Please take note of the following COVID-19 safety protocols and precautions. Trails projects will be kept small to limit exposure. Masks will be required during registration and anytime six feet social distance cannot be maintained. The location for the event will be shared upon registration.

Registrants will agree to not attend if they are experiencing any symptoms, have been in contact with someone who recently tested positive or is suspected to have COVID-19.

Clean up and trail improvement will take place between 8:30am and 12:00pm. Volunteers are encouraged to bring their own lunch to enjoy afterwards. To make this possible, Grafton Lakes State Park is proud to partner with local trails clubs and organizations.

At the event you can purchase any of our 50th anniversary merchandise! We have t-shirts, face masks, water bottles, stickers, and carabiners!

All participants will get their hours recorded towards our new 2021 volunteer benefits program!

Schodack Valley Golf Tournament

SCHODACK – Calling all golfers! The members of the Schodack Valley Volunteer Fire Company are proudly hosting our 18th golf tournament on Thursday June 17th. Event will be held at the Winding Brook C.C. in Valatie NY. This is a best ball scramble. Registration begins at 9am with a 10am shotgun start. Entry fee is $80. This includes 18 holes of golf,cart,light breakfast,lunch and beverages all day. If you are interested in joining us, or sponsoring a hole, please call Jim at 518-466-4008.

Town of Schodack Day Camp/STEM Activities 2021

SCHODACK – Registration packets for the Town of Schodack Day Camp are now available for download or pick up at the Schodack Town Hall. This year camp will run from July 12, 2021 through August 6, 2021. Camp will run for 2 ½ hour sessions. Registration packets are due back to the Town Hall by June 1, 2021. For complete information please visit the Town of Schodack website at and click on youth and recreation.

This year the youth department will also offer 10 STEM events during the weeks of July 12th through August 6th. All events will be held at the Schodack Town Park. Children can attend as little or as many as desired, all for one cost. These activities are not part of the Schodack Day Camp, but will be offered in addition to the Day Camp as youth opportunities and require a separate registration. The registration deadline for these STEM activities is June 1, 2021. Please visit the Town of Schodack website at for more detailed information regarding these STEM events.

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