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Lexington to Host Seventh Annual Golf Tournament

Written By Editor on 5/29/23 | 5/29/23


GLOVERSVILLE – The seventh annual Lexington Golf Tournament will be held Friday, June 23 at Hales Mills Country Club in Johnstown. All golfers are welcome to join the competition, which includes contests, prizes, games, golf gifts, food and more. Proceeds will benefit the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts.

            The tournament will kick off with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. and will be played in a scramble format. The fee for participation is $125 per golfer, and includes greens fees, cart, breakfast and lunch, along with snacks and beverages on the course. Contests will include a Skins Game, Closest to the Pin (Men and Women), Closest to the Line (Men and Women), Cornhole and more! Golfers will also compete for prizes such as a Weber grill, Yeti cooler, gift cards and more.

            Sponsorship opportunities are available for businesses and individuals who would like to support Lexington, advertise to participants and help underwrite the gifts, food, beverages, contests, awards and other special incentives provided to golfers. There are multiple sponsorship levels and sponsors receive signage, program listings, face time at the tournament, spots in the tournament, social media posts, company logos on tournament materials and more. To learn more about sponsorship, please visit> News & Events or > News & Events.  Sponsors to date include Nunn’s Home Medical Equipment (tournament sponsor), NFP/Rose and Kiernan Foundation (luncheon sponsor), Hill & Markes (beverage cart sponsor) and hole sponsors Rubi and Quiri, US Foods, Transitions, and Hales Mills Country Club.

            For more information, to register to golf or to sponsor the tournament, please contact Lynette May at (518) 661-9932 or

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Public Service Announcement: Blood Drives at Bassett Healthcare Network Locations in June

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Cooperstown, N.Y. – Bassett Healthcare Network will be hosting three blood drives at different locations in the upcoming weeks.


June 5: A.O. Fox Tri-Town Campus 

  • What: American Red Cross Blood Drive
  • When: Monday, June 5, from 1:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
  • Where: A.O. Fox Tri-Town Campus - Conference Room N-112 (43 Pearl Street West in Sidney, NY).
  • Scheduling: Appointments are available and walk-ins are welcome. Appointments may be made by visiting this page or using the American Red Cross Blood Donor App.
  • Details: Participants will receive a free $10 e-gift card by email to a merchant of their choice.

June 7: A.O. Fox Hospital 

  • What: American Red Cross Blood Drive
  • When: Wednesday, June 7, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
  • Where: A.O. Fox Hospital - Levine Conference Room (1 Norton Avenue in Oneonta, NY). 
  • Scheduling: Appointments are available and walk-ins are welcome. Appointments may be made by visiting this page or using the American Red Cross Blood Donor App.
  • Details: Participants will receive a free $10 e-gift card by email to a merchant of their choice.

June 16: Bassett Medical Center 

  • What: American Red Cross Blood Drive
  • When: Friday, June 16, from 12:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
  • Where: Bassett Medical Center - Bassett Hall Auditorium (on the corner of Beaver and Pioneer Streets in Cooperstown, NY).
  • Details: Appointments are available and walk-ins are welcome. Appointments may be made by calling 607-547-3701, visiting, or using the American Red Cross Blood Donor App.
  • Details: Participants will receive a free $10 e-gift card by email to a merchant of their choice.

Please note: All participants will be required to undergo temperature screenings upon arrival. 

Blood donors help patients of all ages - accident and burn victims, heart surgery and organ transplant patients, those battling cancer, and many others. Every two seconds, someone in the U.S. needs blood, and just one pint can save up to three lives. You can make a difference. Register to donate today.

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Bassett Applauds Seven Caregivers on Earning Doctoral Degrees in Nursing

Cooperstown, N.Y. – Bassett Healthcare Network announced today that seven of its nursing leaders earned Doctor of Nursing Practice degrees from Case Western Reserve University. This degree is recognized by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing as the highest level of preparation for Clinical Nursing. Six of the cohort received their degrees on May 19, while a seventh member is expected to receive her degree this summer.


Bassett Healthcare Network provided complete tuition support as well as schedule flexibility, enabling cohort members to complete classwork while working full-time.


“We are extremely grateful to this exceptional group of nursing leaders for their commitment to expanding their knowledge for the benefit of our patients,” said Dr. Tommy Ibrahim, President & CEO of Bassett Healthcare Network. “It is a privilege to invest in our nursing leadership and support them in their achievement.”


The rigorous doctoral program leading to this highly respected degree is designed to expand the focus of the participants in practice leadership, educational leadership, and executive leadership. The university’s website states: “Nursing doctorate graduates apply their education and expertise in leadership roles on the front lines of nursing, in clinical practice, administration, teaching, systematic improvement, and health policy design and development.”


Angela Belmont, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, Senior Vice President and Chief Nurse Executive at Bassett Healthcare Network, said: “The goal of this program is not only to increase the knowledge of these leaders. It is to use that knowledge to benefit our patients throughout our network of hospitals and clinics.” 


The Doctor of Nursing Practice cohort includes nursing leaders from across Bassett Healthcare Network, who participated in the program both online and in person at Case Western Reserve University’s campus, based in Cleveland, Ohio.


The doctoral recipients are:


Tammy Aiken, MSN, RN, SANE, DNP

Director of Emergency & Trauma Services, Bassett Healthcare Network

Director of Critical Care, Bassett Medical Center


Jan (Jeanet) Calhoun, MSN, RN, EMT, DNP

Program Manager, Emergency & Trauma Services, Bassett Medical Center


Daniel Endress, MS, RN, CMSRN, DNP

Director of Nursing & Operations, O’Connor Hospital


Susan Oakes Ferrucci, MSN, RN, CNS, DNP

Vice President, Chief Hospital Executive and Chief Nursing Officer

Critical Access Hospitals Division – Cobleskill Regional Hospital, Little Falls Hospital,

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Joan MacDonald, MSN, RN, DNP

Chief Nursing Officer, Vice President of Patient Care Services, Vice President of Operations, A.O. Fox Hospital


Paula Moshier, MSHA, BSN, RN, CPHRM, DNP

Vice President of Quality & Patient Experience, Bassett Medical Center 


The doctoral candidate is:


Julie Hall, MSN, RN (DNP Candidate)

Chief Nursing Officer and Vice President of Patient Services, Bassett Medical Center


I think the most important message is how grateful we are that Bassett supported us as a cohort to pursue this education,” said Susan Oakes Ferrucci, Chief Hospital Executive and Chief Nursing Officer, Critical Access Hospitals Division, based at Cobleskill Regional Hospital. “I look forward to the future of Bassett with so many doctoral prepared nurse leaders.”


“I am forever grateful to Bassett for this opportunity, and I am grateful to my cohort. We helped and supported each other and kept each other moving forward to meet our goals and deadlines,” said Jan Calhoun, Trauma Program Manager of Emergency & Trauma Services at Bassett Medical Center.

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Living Safely with Bears at Mountain Top Library

Living Safely with Bears at Mountain Top Library

FREE June 8th, Thursday @ 8pm: “Living Safely with Bears” Learn About Living with Black Bears and Removing Attractants. Presented by The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC).

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Notice of Public Meeting - Halcott

Notice of Public Meeting

A regular meeting of the Town of Halcott Zoning Board of Appeals will take place Saturday June 3 at the Town Grange, 264 Route 3 Halcott, NY at 9:00 AM. This is not a public hearing and is not associated with the Halcott Land Use Update project. Karen Rauter, Halcott ZBA Chair

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Registration Still Open for Hartwick College Summer Camps

Written By Editor on 5/25/23 | 5/25/23

Registration is still open for Hartwick College’s summer sports and environmental education day camps. From a coed sports camp in partnership with Nike and Cooperstown All-Star Village, to offerings at the College’s Pine Lake Environmental campus, Hartwick’s summer camps lineup offers a range of fun and engaging opportunities for toddlers through to middle-school-aged youth. The Summer 2023 offerings include:

The Hartwick Nike Multi-Sport Camp
This non-sports-specific three-day camp offers a variety of fun, interactive and sports-related activities for young athletes. Campers will focus on developing a foundation of techniques and skills through exciting drills and games. Offered in full and half-day sessions in Binder Physical Education Center on the Hartwick campus, the program will challenge campers to grow in imagination, creativity and teamwork.
Camp dates: June 4-6; June 10-12; June 16-18; June 22-24; June 28-30
Ages: 6 -12

Camps offered at Hartwick’s Pine Lake Environmental Campus include:

Children’s Day Camp
A one-week day camp focused on nature-based educational and art activities.
Camp dates: July 17 – 21
Ages: 6 – 10

Parent/Guardian and Me Morning Outdoor Program
Parents/guardians and young children can take advantage of a two-hour outdoor exploration program.
Program dates: Monthly Monday morning sessions: June 26, July 24, August 14
Ages: 2 – 7

For more details, contact and registration information, visit the Hartwick College Summer Camp website at

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Hyde Hall Opens May 27th With New Events and Completed Projects!

Written By Editor on 5/23/23 | 5/23/23

Cooperstown, NY – Hyde Hall opens its doors on May 27th with a season full of events, tours, concerts, and new victories to share. The historic site completed significant projects during the winter months that advance restoration efforts, increase what the museum can offer to the public, and further help diverse audiences explore, appreciate, and understand history. 

During the off-season, Hyde Hall proceeded with major restoration projects and completed the Wood Barn. Along with serving as an exhibition space, this structure expands Hyde Hall’s capacity to serve our community by hosting private events, weddings, conferences, workshops, and lectures; a Contra Dance is already scheduled for July 21 this season.

Within the mansion, Ann Low Cary Cooper Clarke’s suite saw initial restoration efforts that reinstalled the original wall and renewed the interior. At the close of last season, the Dining Room received its impressive floor-to-ceiling French-style continuous draperies. This completes the restoration of the Dining Room, making it the perfect setting for elegant private dinners or other events.

Hyde Hall’s Executive Director says, “Thanks to the support of donors and friends, Hyde Hall has more to offer than ever before. We’ve expanded our range of tours and events to include a folk music festival featuring local artists and a Contra dance. With everyone’s help, Hyde Hall is a more vibrant place and a great, local venue for history, the arts, and education!

Not long after opening, Hyde Hall and Glimmerglass State Park will host the  Hyde Hall and Glimmerglass State Park Block Party on June 10. This all-day event gives the public a chance to celebrate the start of the summer season with over 20 local organizations, live music, crafts, educational hikes, adoption opportunities with the SPCA, and a chance to meet the impressive Rolling Meadows Clydesdale. 

Hyde Hall is excited to welcome the public back to the stately home at the north end of Otsego Lake. When it opens on May 27th, the public can see the progress the site has made. More information is available at

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SUNY Delhi Sets Pool Hours

SUNY Delhi Pool Hours May 16 – June 3, 2023
Tuesday’s 10 am to 1 pm Open Swim
Thursday’s 10 am to 1 pm Open Swim
Saturday’s 12 noon to 5 pm Open Swim

For more information go to

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Jump-Start Your Garden at The Farmers’ Museum’s Annual Heritage Plant Sale


Heritage Plant Sale

Saturday and Sunday, May 27-28, 2023 • 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
The Farmers’ Museum, Cooperstown, NY / Main Entrance


Cooperstown, New York — For over two decades, gardeners in Central New York have relied on the Heritage Plant Sale at The Farmers’ Museum in Cooperstown for hardy, distinctive plants. On Saturday and Sunday, May 27-28 from 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., gardeners can get an organic jump-start with seedlings of heirloom varieties grown with organic soil and fertilizer. Over 500 will be available including 250 potted tomato plants. This annual event takes place outside the museum’s main entrance (no admission fee) and proceeds benefit the museum gardens. 

Gardeners can purchase plants and cuttings from the museum’s Botanical Specimen Garden. Many of the plants on sale are propagated from well-established rootstock by Patrick MacGregor, Manager of Interpretation and manager of the historic gardens at The Farmers’ Museum. Find a wide selection of perennials as well as pumpkin, squash, cucumber, and multiple varieties of tomatoes. With their unique character, heritage varieties make an excellent addition to any gardener’s landscape.

The museum’s stores have many related items for experienced and beginning gardeners. Find garden tools, books, and seeds for heirloom varieties of vegetables, flowers, and herbs.

The Farmers’ Museum is located at 5775 Route 80 in Cooperstown, just north of the village. Visit for more information.

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Week-long STEAM Camps for Kids at The Farmers’ Museum This Summer


Cooperstown, New York — Register your child for a week-long STEAM camp this summer at The Farmers’ Museum in Cooperstown. Each day campers will explore different activities relating to Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics. Two, week-long sessions take place July 10-14 and August 7-11. Both sessions run Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. and offer the same experience. The program is designed for kids entering 4th, 5th, 6th, or 7th grade next fall.

Participants will find workshops and activities such as The Science of Food, Technology and Commerce, How the Erie Canal Changed New York, Typeset to Tweet, Exploring Technological Advances in the Distribution of Information, Engineering a Village, Art in Architecture, Expressing Oneself in Early America, as well as Mathematics, Movement, and Measurement.

Campers have the opportunity thoroughly explore both Fenimore Art Museum and The Farmers’ Museum, participate in games such as Town Ball and Lacrosse, as well as complete several arts and crafts activities.

$280 Members, $320 Non-Members. To register your child, please contact Chris Weston, Manager of School Programs, at 607-547-1513 or e-mail Registration closes June 16.

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Selinsgrove, Pa.: The SUNY Cobleskill men’s outdoor track & field team closed their 2023 season by tying for 44th place in a 60-team field at the All-Atlantic Regional Track & Field Conference (AARTFC) Outdoor Championships hosted by Susquehanna University at the college’s Doug Arthur Stadium on Wednesday and Thursday.

Fighting Tiger first-year sprinter Charlie Foote, Cobleskill, N.Y., Cobleskill-Richmondville High School, was the team’s top finisher placing 21st in the 400-Meter Dash in a time of 50.64 seconds.

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Schoharie Library News

 Schoharie Library News May 25, 2023


Schoharie Library Hours: Tuesday, 10am-8pm. Wednesday, 12pm-7pm. Thursday and Friday, 11am-6pm. Saturday, 10am-2pm. Closed Sunday and Monday.

Storytime with Yvonne: Fridays at 10am. Stories, songs, fun activities!

Coding Club: Friday, May 26, 4:15pm. Youth Grade 5 and up are invited to attend. Explore Hour of Code, Learn Scratch, play with our Dash Robot and much more. Last Friday of every month, 4:15 - 5:45pm. Please register at:

Writing Club (Virtual): Mondays at 6:30pm. 

Middle Grade Book Group: Thursdays, June 1 & 15, 4:15pm. Children grades 3rd - 6th are welcome to join us the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month. Refreshments, track reading to earn prizes. Sign up today at

Quilts in Bloom Quilt & Flower Show: Wednesday, June 7-22: Colorful quilts on display throughout the library, courtesy of Schoharie Valley Piecemakers and friends. Coordinating flower arrangements by the Schoharie Valley Garden Club will be on display June 9 - 13. 

Arts in Bloom Fest: Saturday, June 10, 10am-3pm. We invite Schoharie County artists, artisans, and authors to reserve a free space on the library lawn: or email Music by Herrick and the Gang, Greg Bucking, Laura Boggs Gagnon, and Brad Towle; quilt & flower show, arts/craft activities, arts vendors, local authors, food trucks: High on the Hog and The Cookie House. Co-sponsored by Schoharie County Arts, Schoharie Valley Garden Club, and Schoharie Valley Piecemakers Quilt Guild.

Knitcetera at the Library: Tuesdays, June 13 & 27, 10:30am-noon. Embroider, sew, knit, anything goes!

Board of Trustees Meeting: Wednesday, June 14, 7pm. The public is welcome.

Virtual UFO Club: Thursday, June 15, 10am. Work on projects and chat on Zoom. Signup:

Chicken BBQ Fundraiser: Tuesday, June 20. BBQ 4-7pm,  pre-orders appreciated: or 518-295-7127. Chicken dinners will be available at the event until sold out; take home or eat on the library lawn and listen to The Rubber Band! Proceeds support library programs and the Summer Reading Program.

Summer Reading Celebration with The Rubber Band: Tuesday, June 20, 6:30-8:30pm.The Rubber Band will play lively Cajun Zydeco music 6:30-8:30pm. We’ll offer free ice cream sundaes, kids’ activities, books, Summer Reading signups.

For the Love of Books: Wednesday, June 21, 4:30- 6pm. Book Lovers unite to discuss your latest reads and share recommendations!  Bring 2-3 books that you've read to share over refreshments. Please register at

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Dr. Curtis Mills, Bassett Senior Attending Physician, Receives National Award for Excellence in Patient Care

Cooperstown, New York - Bassett Healthcare Network announced today that Dr. Curtis Mills has received the Ralph O. Claypoole Sr. Memorial Award for Devotion of a Career in Internal Medicine to the Care of Patients from the American College of Physicians (ACP). The award is given annually to an outstanding practitioner of internal medicine whose career has been devoted to the care of patients. The practitioner must be a clinician who is highly respected by peers and colleagues for clinical skills and who has been a role model.


“Bassett Healthcare Network fosters the spirit of all of us privileged to work there, allowing us to accomplish our goals of wonderful, personal patient care. I am grateful to Bassett,” said Dr. Mills in recognition of his award.


Dr. Tommy Ibrahim, President & CEO of Bassett Healthcare Network, said: “I extend my sincerest and heartfelt congratulations to Dr. Mills on this well-deserved distinction. Thank you for your many years of outstanding care to our patients.”


The award was presented April 27 at ACP’s annual convocation in San Diego. Qualifications for the award include:

  • Demonstrated excellence in and devotion to the clinical care of patients.
  • Service to the needs of underserved communities and underrepresented or marginalized populations.
  • The physician’s characteristics as a role model in the approach to clinical care.


Dr. Mills’ long career at Bassett spans over 25 years of service to his patients. He earned his Doctor of Medicine degree at Albany Medical College, followed by his residency in Internal Medicine and Fellowship in Hematology and Oncology at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire. He retired from Bassett’s Senior Professional Staff as Attending Physician in June of 2021.


“The competition for the award this year was extremely strong, but your contributions were deemed the most outstanding,” said Marianne C. Parshley, MD, FACP. “As Chair of the Awards Committee of the American College of Physicians, it gives me great pleasure to officially inform you that, based on the recommendation of the Committee, the Board of Regents has voted to select you as our 2022-2023 recipient of the Ralph O. Claypoole Sr. Memorial Award for Devotion of a Career in Internal Medicine to the Care of Patients.


What a wonderful recognition to honor him for his years of service and compassion to his patients and community,” said Charlotte Hoag, Manager of Medical Staff Affairs at Bassett Healthcare Network.

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New York Power Authority Partners with ESAMTAC to Lead the Way in Worker Development for Jobs in New York’s Emerging Clean Energy Economy


Power Authority Electricians Enrolled as First in the Nation to Be Trained and Certified in Groundbreaking Virtual Reality Experience



WHITE PLAINS—The New York Power Authority has partnered with the Energy Storage and Microgrid Training and Certification Program (ESAMTAC) to establish New York State as a major training hub for workforce development, providing New Yorkers with the tools they need to succeed in the growing clean energy economy. The Power Authority is providing ESAMTAC with $75,000 so that it can deploy a groundbreaking virtual reality experience to train New York energy sector workers in rapidly advancing clean energy technology. NYPA, the first public power utility in the country to participate, will be offering enrollment into the groundbreaking virtual reality training exercise to its qualified union technicians and electricians.


“The Power Authority has a proud history of leveraging our experience, and in particular the expertise of the state’s unionized workforce, to address unique and complex challenges,” said NYPA Acting President and CEO Justin E. Driscoll. “There is a technological seismic shift in the energy sector underway as New York moves to a clean energy economy and we must help ensure that NYPA—and all New York energy workers—are equipped to meet the challenge.”


The Power Authority’s partnership with ESAMTAC follows landmark legislation enacted by Governor Hochul in the 2023-24 State Budget, which includes authority for NYPA to contribute up to $25 million annually to the Department of Labor (DOL) for workforce development in the renewable energy sector. As interest in energy storage and microgrids continues to grow at an unprecedented rate, New York needs to fully implement a dedicated and technology-savvy workforce training and certification program to meet the demand.


“ESAMTAC provides best in class advanced training including instruction, lab experience and a comprehensive proctored exam specific to the installation and maintenance of energy storage and microgrid systems,” said Bernie Kotlier, ESAMTAC National Co-chair. “We are pleased to partner with the Power Authority to expand the network of ESAMTAC trained & certified union electricians throughout New York to meet market demand. The funding generously provided by the Power Authority will ensure that ESAMTAC training and certification expand in New York and serve as a model for other utility companies throughout the U.S.”


ESAMTAC is expanding from physical labs to now include a virtual reality lab experience that will enable trainees to participate in the course and certification exam completely online, empowering many more electricians—and the organizations that employ them—to become leaders in the field of sustainable energy. The virtual reality training initiative will harness new technology, teach new skills and champion the industry’s highest safety standards. As the market continues to grow and evolve, ESAMTAC will continue to update training and certification materials to ensure that graduates are equipped with the latest skills and knowledge needed to meet the demands of the industry.


The Power Authority will join with ESAMTAC in its ongoing collaboration among market-leading companies, governmental agencies, academic institutions and organized industry. ESAMTAC has been providing advanced training and certification in the safe and effective installation and maintenance of energy storage and microgrid systems to licensed electricians since 2017.


“The IBEW is extremely grateful that NYPA is supporting ESAMTAC. This training is a move toward a virtual reality training experience that will enable this important program to be utilized much more broadly throughout our industry. As new energy generation technologies continue to be deployed across the grid, Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) and microgrids will play a vital role in ensuring electrical reliability,” said Dennis Affinati, IBEW International Vice President. “Adding ESAMTAC training to the already highly skilled IBEW worker will benefit NYPA and the state of New York by ensuring that BESS and microgrid installations, operations, and maintenance will be safe and reliable.”


New York State Department of Labor Commissioner and Climate Action Council Member Roberta Reardon said, “Workforce development remains a high priority to Governor Hochul’s strategic plan to expand New York State’s clean energy economy. This partnership will provide New Yorkers with the skills they need to be successful in a blooming industry that is paving the way for an environmentally responsible future for our great state.”


“Workforce development is a key component of economic growth and job creation,” said Senator Kevin Parker, chair of the Senate Energy and Telecommunications Committee. “By investing in our workforce, we can help ensure that our communities have the skilled labor they need to thrive and compete in today's global economy.”


“Making the future brighter for all New Yorkers and expanding access to workforce development, the New York Power Authority’s grant to ESAMTAC supports a unique training experience that will help our state’s workers lead the nation in the growing fields of energy storage and microgrid technology,” Assemblywoman Latoya Joyner, chair of the Assembly Labor Committee, said. “I welcome NYPA’s commitment to growing the workforce of tomorrow.”


“Workforce development goes hand in hand with reaching our climate goals, both in ensuring that those currently working in our energy industry are not left behind, and in training the next generation of renewable energy tradespeople, engineers, technicians, and specialists,” said Assemblymember Didi Barrett, chair of the Assembly Energy Committee. “I am pleased to see that the New York Power Authority is leading by example in partnering with the Energy Storage and Microgrid Training and Certification Program by expanding this workforce development program to include groundbreaking virtual reality training. I look forward to supporting other innovative partnerships that recognize the importance of creating jobs and economic opportunities in achieving a just energy transition.”

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