Country cafe adds baker to its staff
GLENS FALLS -- North Country Coffee Cafe has announced the addition of Marta Townsend, formerly of Baker's Dream.
Townsend has an extensive baking background and will be adding new baked goods such as scones and cakes to the menu.
In addition to baked goods and a full menu of coffee, espresso and frozen drinks, the cafe, located at 11 South St., serves wraps, salads and soups.
Smaldone, Sullivan join local chamber
GLENS FALLS -- The Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce has announced the addition of Donna Smaldone as director of marketing and communications, and Carrie Sullivan, director of finance and administration.
Smaldone has 25 years experience in public relations and marketing. She leads the chamber's broad-based communications efforts to ensure the business community's interests are represented and understood.
Most recently with readMedia, Inc. in Albany, Smaldone's prior work experience includes the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce in Myrtle Beach, S.C. and the Downtown Norfolk Council and Downtown Norfolk Business Improvement District in Norfolk, Va.
Smaldone currently serves as treasurer for the board of directors, Warren County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and on the music team at Christ Church United Methodist.
Sullivan has more than 30 years experience in administration and business finance.
She directs the chamber's financials and is responsible for day-to-day office management, including serving as the president's assistant.
Sullivan comes to ARCC from the Chamber of Southern Saratoga County in Clifton Park. Prior work experience includes owning a financial management business and serving as a consultant for the Greater Wasilla Chamber of Commerce in Wasilla, Alaska.
Sullivan volunteers as an advocate for the newly formed not-for-profit, I Am I Can.
Ti credit union welcomes Silvey
TICONDEROGA -- Ticonderoga Federal Credit Union has announced that Daniel J. Silvey has joined its management team as chief financial officer.
Silvey has more than 25 years experience in accounting and finance.
He is a level-3 EMT and treasurer of the board of the West Glens Falls Emergency Squad, Inc.
He has also taught college level courses for SUNY Plattsburgh and Adirondack Community college and holds a B.S. in public accounting and an M.B.A. in finance.
Alexander Blueline reaches milestone
BALLSTON SPA -- Alexander Blueline, Inc. is celebrating 25 years serving the needs of the Saratoga/Ballston Spa area.
Patti Kelsey opened the business in 1986 as a copy center, offering printing, custom rubber stamps, finishing services and other comparable office services. The company expanded to include more than 10,000 products and services in response to the needs of customers who wanted a one-stop shopping experience, and in 2000, moved forward in the electronic digital age of technology making services more accessible to clientele via file transfer.
Classifying itself as a business resource center, Alexander Blueline now offers a wide range of products and services which appeal to many diverse companies, government, schools, hospitals, retail, professional, manufacturing and local businesses.
"We attribute our continued success to satisfied loyal customers who tell their friends and family about our company" Kelsey said. "The focus of Alexander Blueline is quality at a fair price, consistency and friendly service, and the motto is ‘Where the job's done right.' "