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Thursday, December 5, 2019

Community

In General

You And Your Oil Tank Program on Dec. 7

WURTSBORO - Your oil tank is a necessity you don't usually think about, until it becomes a problem. Find out all you need to know about oil tanks. This is an opportunity to ask a professional everything you wanted to know.
Join Mike Hoensch on Saturday, December 7 from 2 to 3:30 p.m. at the ...read more


Health

FCSD Gets Valuable Classes on Nutrition before Thanksgiving

FALLSBURG - As part of the FCSD Wellness Committee and just prior to Thanksgiving, Bee Moser, M.S., Nutritionist for the SNAP-Ed New York, Hudson Valley Region at Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County (CCE), spent time at the District on healthy eating, drinking and exercise at both ...read more


Military Notes

Civil Air Patrol Cadets go Flying!

BETHEL - September 22 dawned with fog and mist but by 11 a.m. the visibility had improved and the clouds had lifted to allow seven cadets from the Sullivan County Cadet Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) to fly in a Cessna 172.
As part of their membership, CAP cadets get five flights in the ...read more


Education

Way to Go 7th and 8th Grade Students!

GRAHAMSVILLE - On Tuesday, November 26, a special ceremony was held at Tri-Valley Central School for 7th and 8th grade students. The assembly, put on by the 7th and 8th grade teachers, recognized students for achieving Perfect Attendance, Honor Roll, High Honor Roll, and Principal's Honor ...read more


Business

Jeffersonville Bancorp Announces Third Quarter Earnings

JEFFERSONVILLE - Jeffersonville Bancorp, Inc. (OTCQB - JFBC) announced today third quarter net income of $1,698,000 or $0.40 per share compared to $1,762,000 or $0.42 per share for the same quarter in 2018. The decrease in quarterly net income compared to 2018 of $64,000 was primarily attributable ...read more


Family

Welcome to the world!

• Janelle Whitney & Gregory Meyers of Grahamsville announce the birth of a daughter, Skiann Serenity Myers, who was born November 14, 2019, at the Seelig Division of the Catskill Regional Medical Center in Harris.
• Angela Naomi Scott and Pedro Joseph Agapito III of Monticello announce the birth ...read more


Agriculture

Growing Garlic For Fun Or Profit Workshop

HONESDALE, PA - Fall will soon be here! Before you tuck the garden in for winter, consider planting garlic.
Come and learn all about “Growing Garlic for Fun or Profit” on September 11 from 6 - 7:30 p.m. at the Wayne County Extension Office, 648 Park Street, Suite E, Honesdale, PA.
In this ...read more


College Notes

University at Albany Announces Incoming Students for Fall 2019

ALBANY — UAlbany has welcomed nearly 5,700 new Great Danes to campus for the fall of 2019.
Of the new students, some 2,700 freshmen, from 28,000 applicants, make up the Class of 2023. Approximately 1,400 transfer students and 1,550 graduate students are also joining the campus community this ...read more


Arts & Culture

Monticello High School presents its Annual Winter Concert

MONTICELLO - The Performing Arts Department is proud to announce its annual free Winter Concert on Tuesday, December 3 at 7:30 p.m. in the MHS Hughs Auditorium, 39 Breakey Ave, Monticello.
The Concert Chorus, directed by Marissa Jurow, will be performing “Soon-ah-Will be Done” by William ...read more


Celebrations & Anniversaries

Sullivan BOCES Honors Veterans

LIBERTY - On November 7, Sullivan BOCES honored veterans from across Sullivan County with a free breakfast at the Rubin Pollack Education Center in Liberty.
This special day welcomed veterans of all ages to show appreciation for their service to our nation. Students and staff worked hard to ...read more


Parades

Boo in the 'Boro

WURTSBORO — Ghost and ghouls filled the streets of Wurstboro as the Wurtsboro Board of Trade held their annual Halloween festival.
Children and adults paraded around town in their unique costumes before the big costume contest. Many local artists painted the windows of businesses along Sullivan ...read more


Awards & Milestones

Tri-Valley Secondary School Graduate Awarded Police Scholarship

WOODBOURNE - Mr. Brendan Pavese of Woodbourne has been awarded the Edward J. Kiernan Memorial Scholarship by the International Union of Police Associations. Pavese is the son of Mr. Brendan Pavese, Sr., a member of the New York State Union of Police Associations, an affiliate of the International ...read more


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