LOOK Media Resource
2nd Quarter Highlights
Community News
Information and Entertainment

ARCC COVID - 19 Safety Panel Discussion
Updates on vaccine safety and the regional impact
Opioid Settlement Legislation

113th District Assembly-woman Carrie Woerner
sponsored a bill to ensure the Opioid Settlement Funds will be used for treatment, support, and substance abuse programs for those suffering from opioid addiction.
Saratoga Arts
Celebrates 25 Years

Executive Director Louise Kerr, understands the passion and drive for people who make art. To better serve the community, she is creating a hub where cultural orgs can partner making Saratoga a cultural destination.

World Awareness Children's Museum

Tessa Carusone 'Director for a Day' & Bethanie Lawrence, ED of WACM, share a common goal to teach children of all ages about different cultures and to change the world in very small ways.
Tri-County Literacy
Education is the Heart

Helping our neighbors become more literate is the heart of the mission. Exec. Director Roseann Anzalone discusses opportunities to learn math, reading, writing, English as a 2nd language and much more. The focus is 'one on one' support that is very successful.
Classroom Academy
Wants Great Teachers

Preparing new teachers is an experiential process says Program Director Colleen McDonald. Working with experienced teachers, getting to know the school community, priorities and parents provides an understand- ing of the true art of teaching - and students become great learners.
Hudson River Music Hall Productions
The Strand

Executive and Artistic Director, Jonathan Newell opens the doors! The energy of live music and the wide array of con- certs, ballet, film and recording space provide audiences with entertain- ment 7 nights a week.
Glens Falls Hospital
Magnet Designation
Cronin's Golf Resort
WWAMH Cooper Street Apartments
Grand Opening
Grant's Cottage
National Park Designation
Bob's Trees
Vendor Fair
Saratoga Pride Crosswalk Ribbon Cutting
Ronald McDonald House of Charities
at the Inn at Erlowest

The Bond 1786
Ribbon Cutting
When recording a show, you never think about what it will mean years down the road. The people, locations, music, and content are all tributes to a specific time and place.
Well, we have a bunch of them and think that after the year we all just went through…. it’s time to smile.
We hope you enjoy this little trip down “Memory Lane”

Viewer Comments

"Just wanted to drop you and line and tell you how much I enjoy being able to keep up with what's going on up north through your online content. Your interview with Claudia Braymer was excellent. I served on the Queensbury Town Board while we researched how to implement a transfer law that would work without being onerous. Keep up the great work."
Doug Irish

"A huge thank you to the folks at Look TV for their support of our program. For a group our size, this type of exposure is huge and should help us get the word out about the amazing volunteers who make this program a success.
Roseann Anzalone, Tri-County Literacy Center

"Take a moment to watch this coverage about our new Cooper Street Apartments. I am so proud to be a part of WWAMH!!" Nicole - Cooper St. Apartments.
Social Media & Website

● We reached over 18.6K people with our video content this month
● Our website had over 5.7K visitors last month
● Our page shared 116 Non-Profit/Community News Posts last month

“It’s too bad the third book of Shaaras’ trilogy, the last full measure, was never filmed. I would have liked to see who would play Ulysses Grant.” Charles, Facebook follower, on Where’s Dayna: Grant’s Cottage

"Wow such a pretty guitar and you sound amazing" Sherry, You tube follower, on Frank Palangi episode of TRAX

"This is awesome! Thank you CDTA and CDPHP!" Sue - post on the CDTA Bike program in Glens Falls.

"LOVE IT LAKE GEORGE! How wonderful is this." Lynn -on the wheelchair ramp that was just installed at the Lake George Reg. Park. 

"So grateful for this safe space. Thank you for featuring such a deserving organization." Kimberly -Ronald McDonald House Charities

"These apartments look beautiful!!" Frankie - Cooper St. Apartments

LOOK Media Resource gratefully acknowledges the support of
Schenck Family Fund
The Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region

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