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Valatie Rescue Squad
VALATIE RESCUE SQUAD IS A NEW YORK STATE CERTIFIED PARAMEDIC AMBULANCE SERVICE
Founded in 1933, the Valatie Rescue Squad has provided critical emergency care services to the towns of Kinderhook and Stuyvesant, as well as to parts of Chatham, Ghent and Stockport.
For over 80 years, VRS Paramedics, EMTs and volunteers have undergone extensive training in basic and advanced life-saving medicine.
Valatie Santa Claus Club
“First in the Nation”, the Valatie Santa Claus Club was founded in 1946, to make sure every child up to and including age ten in the Village of Valatie receives a visit from Santa.
All of this happens in the very village (Valatie) where Virginia O’Hanlon Douglas, of “Yes, Virginia there is a Santa Claus” fame spent her last days. The little girl who was looking for the spirit of Christmas and the existence of Santa, found them both, alive and well, in Valatie, New York.
Village of Valatie
The Village of Valatie in Columbia County, New York is a great place to live, work and raise a family.
By keeping quality of life issues high on our agenda, we are able to preserve the suburban tranquility and friendliness evident throughout the Village.
Please enjoy and utilize all the Village of Valatie has to offer.
WGXC: HANDS-ON RADIO is the community radio station for Greene and Columbia counties, NY. WGXC transmits 3,300 watts at 78,000 potential listeners in the two counties, and southern Albany County, on 90.7-FM. WGXC is a community-run media project, re-envisioning radio as an innovative platform for local participation with special exhibitions and events, media training for our community's youth and adults, a news blog, and a local calendar of events. Tune in or turn out with WGXC.
Community radio station
Won Dharma Retreat Center
Won Dharma is a meditation and retreat center. It serves as a spiritual home for people who practice meditation and mindfulness. It is a place of peace and restoration, a place of friendship and community and a place to learn and practice Won Buddhism.
Staying at Won Dharma Center will help you deepen your practice and invigorate and energize your mind so that you can reflect, redirect and better your life and practice.
You may join either the weekly regular services, classes or various retreat programs.
Our center is open to the public from dawn to dusk every day.