By Emma Hall My knowledge and interest in Hoosick’s fallen soldiers began in 2017 with the Town of Hoosick Tribute Flag Program, when I picked up a flyer at my church and knew immediately I had to get involved. Young Private Robert Kent Gardner, who died at age 17 during World War One, was … Continue reading BEYOND THE NAMES
Thank you to everyone who stopped out at Liberty Park to pay their respect this Memorial Day weekend. If you weren't able to make it or are interested in hearing interviews from local veterans, we are continuing to post videos on our YouTube channel. If you visit the channel and would like to receive updates when … Continue reading Keeping Our Stories Alive
Liberty Memorial Park is a culmination of many years of hard work. The flag Liberty started her journey flying over the Tomb of the Unknown at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington DC in 2013. From there Liberty flew over every grave site of each Town of Hoosick soldier who died in service to our country. This was a huge undertaking … Continue reading Story of the Liberty flag
By Samantha Graves In 2011, the United States Post Office was forced to close several offices across the country in an effort toward solvency. North Hoosick was one of the offices on that list, but the community rallied and the office, the third smallest in the United States, was spared and remains open six days … Continue reading A Little Living Room
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