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John J. McKenna Fights For Veterans (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors November 2017)

DeVoe's Rainbow Orchards - A Family That Extends to the Community (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors October 2017)

Letter to My Kindergartner (as published in Clifton Park Neighbors September 2017)

Fatima Bey - A Woman With a Cause (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors September 2017)

Louise McManus, Bringing Together the Community (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors August 2017)

Frank Berlin, Passionate About Community (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors July 2017)

Nancy Katinas Starting New Every Day (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors June 2017)

Philip Catchpole - A LifeSong of Service (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors May 2017)

Kelsi Clark Wants Everyone to Get Outside (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors April 2017)

Connie Bramer, Leaving the World Better One Family at a Time (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors March 2017)

Marisa Kane Looks to the Sweet Side (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors February 2017)

Jonathan Schopf - The Animal Attorney (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors January 2017)

The Staples Family - Welcoming a New Season (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors December 2016)

Kristin Murphy Isn't Afraid of Things that Go Bump in the Night (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors October 2016)

Kevin Koval & John Bove Raise Awareness for Missing Children (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors September 2016)

Isabel Prescott Wins 2016 Open Space Award (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors August 2016)

Kathleen Sanvidge - Servicing Her Community with Heart (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors June 2016)

Wendy Corsetti Launches "Amigas Latinas" Group in the Capital District (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors May 2016)

Heather Morrison Oppedisano - Making a Difference One Storm at a Time (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors April 2016)

For Dave Stumpf, The Sky's the Limit (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors March 2016)

Family Corner: God Gave Us Easter - Book Review (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors March 2016)

New Year, New You - Blah, Blah, Blah (as published in Clifton Park Neighbors January 2016)

Chuck Oakes: Renaissance Man (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors January 2016)

Meet the Makers of HE'BREW (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors December 2015)

Catherine Hover Finds Joy in the Challenge (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors November 2015)

Wedding Corner: Choosing a Wedding Photographer (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors October 2015)

For the Pennartz Family, Home Is Where the Heart Is (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors October 2015)

Dr. Howard B. Kushner - Helping Families Through Vision Therapy (originally published in Clifton Park Neighbors September 2015)

David Guy Launches Rose & Heather Fine Furniture Collection in U.S. (originally published in Clifton Park Living May 2015)

10 Tips to Help Keep Stress at Bay Every Day (as published in Clifton Park Living May 2015)

Wedding Corner: Preparing for your First Dance  (as published in Clifton Park Living May 2015)

The Hoff Family - Giving a Personal Touch to Life's Important Moments (originally published in Clifton Park Living April 2015)

Would You Like to Dance? (originally published in Clifton Park Living February 2015)

At The Dianne Hellert Studio Music is All Around (originally published in Clifton Park Living January 2015)

An Accidental Athlete - Judy Lynch (originally published in Adirondack Sports & Fitness May 2014)

Look Like a Pro at Your Prom (originally published in the Saratoga Prom Guide at Saratoga.com, Spring 2014)

Brian Hickey: A Student of Change (originally published in Adirondack Sports & Fitness September 2013)

USW Starts Moving (originally published in the United Steelworkers Newsletter Winter 2012)

The Zumba Party (originally published in Adirondack Sports & Fitness October 2012)

Athlete Profile: Antoinette O'Donnell (originally published in Adirondack Sports & Fitness March 2011)

Athlete Profile: Janet Findlay and Jon Santor (originally published in Adirondack Sports & Fitness March 2010)

Reap Benefits from Establishing Safe Patient Handling In Your Facility (originally published in the Public Employees Federation Health & Safety Newsletter)

Athlete Profile: Dan Larson (originally published in Adirondack Sports & Fitness April 2009)

Running with Angelique Papadopoulos (originally published in Adirondack Sports & Fitness January 2009)

Athlete Profile: Erin Sprague (originally published in Adirondack Sports & Fitness July 2008)

Just Do It - Runner's Determination with Regina & Chet Tumidajewicz (originally published in Adirondack Sports & Fitness October 2007)

Jim Adams (originally published in Adirondack Sports & Fitness June 2007)

Melinda Person: The Unstoppable Person (originally published in Adirondack Sports & Fitness April 2007)

Let's Dance for Fun & Fitness (originally published in Adirondack Sports & Fitness February 2007)

An Outline of the Foxtrot Steps (originally published on eHow)

The History of Traditional Dance (originally published on eHow)

How To Live With a Meathead (printing rights now available)

Silverpen Productions Blog Articles

The IF Factor Blog Articles

Albany Dance Examiner

Staying Forever Young - The Fred & Ginger Way (printing rights now available)
We live in a very “young” oriented society. With Botox, Lasik surgery, miracle diets, memory herbs, coloring salons, and thousands of makeup counters all advertising the newest miracle wrinkle cream, we are constantly looking for the newest way to keep ourselves and our bodies young. Maybe it’s not all about these “miracle” cures. Maybe one of the most effective things we can do for ourselves has been under our noses all along….

Junior Jaws Attack: How to Quell Biting in Your Classroom (printing rights now available)
It is a fairly peaceful day. The children are happily involved with their toys. Everyone has been fed. Everyone has just been changed. There’s nothing left to do except sit down and enjoy watching the children’s reactions as you show them the new toy that came today. As you turn to put the last box of diaper wipes away, a high-pitched scream you know all too well rings through the air. You turn and run to the other corner of the room, your hands ready to pull Johnny off of Kayla yet again.
“Johnny, no! It is not OK to bite our friends!”

Does this sound familiar? It is one of every childcare worker’s and every parent’s biggest thorns. Biting. What causes it? Is it a natural part of development? Why are some kids constantly biting while others never even try?....