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Health system introduces new leadership

MIDDLETOWN, NY — The Greater Hudson Valley Health System (GHVHS), comprised of Catskill Regional Medical Center and Orange Regional Medical Center, recently added three people to its leadership.
Janet Connery has joined the GHVHS Human Resources Leadership Team as director of Labor and Employee Relations. Eugene Heppes joined GHVHS as director of Infrastructure and Corporate Information Security Officer. Kathleen Thornton joined GHVHS as director of Applications, Clinical Focus.  Read more

Local business supports children to attend camp

CLARYVILLE, NY — In 2013, Frost Valley YMCA unveiled a new sponsorship program, which allowed local businesses to support families and help send children to the camp. This year, Frost Valley continues this program with a premiere sponsorship from the Blue Hill Lodge & Café, which gave $5,000 to support local families.  Read more

Stein ‘Woman of the Year’

PORT JERVIS, NY — The Business & Professional Women’s (BPW) Club of Port Jervis, NY presented Roberta Stein of Huguenot with the Woman of the Year Award for outstanding contributions to the club and to the community.  Read more

Hortonville Cemetery Association elects Reginald Hillriegel as trustee

HORTONVILLE, NY — The Hortonville Cemetery Association announced the election of Reginald Hillriegel as board trustee, and appointment to second assistant superintendent.

A special meeting convened Saturday, May 24, at the Hortonville Fire Department Pavilion to elect Hillriegel. Attending trustees included President Walter Egner, Vice President and Superintendent Harold Roeder, Secretary-Treasurer Arnold Baum and senior clerk Patricia Baum. Assistant Superintendent William Hess was unable to attend.  Read more

Outdoor networking event and family fun

HAWLEY, PA — The Pike County Chamber of Commerce will hold an outdoor networking event on Wednesday, June 18 (rain date June 19) at the Costa’s Family Fun Park on 2111 Route 6 from 5 to 7 p.m.
Members and non-members are welcome to bring your friends and business associates along with business cards and take advantage of this event to network your business, organization or upcoming event.  Read more

Builders association announces resignation of executive officer

HAWLEY, PA — The Wayne County Builders Association (WCBA) announced that Executive Officer Laurie Lourie has resigned from her position. Lourie began her career with WCBA over 21 years ago in a part-time role and was later promoted to the full-time position. In 1993, Lourie’s first year with the builders, the association’s membership totaled 38. As of May 2014, Wayne County serves over 170 members.  Read more

Free business workshop

LIBERTY, NY — Sullivan County Score will hold a free business workshop at Liberty Library, 189 N. Main St. on June 12. Sign-in is from 5:30 to 6 p.m. and presentations, Q & A and networking are from 6 to 7:30 p.m.  Read more

The Dime Bank Promotes Arlyce Degnan, Lake Region Branch Manger

The Dime Bank recently promoted Arlyce Degnan to the rank of assistant vice president. Degnan is responsible for inspiring the Lake Region team in Hawley, PA to provide customers and area residents with expert financial advice in a confidential manner. She is responsible for developing and maintaining residential, retail, and commercial customer relationships. She also oversees the branch operation.  Read more

Greater Hudson Valley Health System announces new CFO

MIDDLETOWN, NY — The Greater Hudson Valley Health System (GHVHS), comprised of Catskill Regional Medical Center and Orange Regional Medical Center, announced Richard Carrico, as chief financial officer (CFO). Carrico is responsible for all finance planning and accounting operations, patient financial services, managed care and treasury management for the system.  Read more

Child care providers wanted in Monticello and Liberty

REGION — The Sullivan County Child Care Council, Inc. has determined a need for child care in the Monticello and Liberty areas, as well as in the Towns of Fallsburg and South Fallsburg.
There is a lack of child care available, especially for the 4 p.m. to midnight shift and weekend care, as well as a need for infant care and providers who accept subsidy payments through the Working Parents Program in these areas.

If you would like to become a provider, contact the council at 845/292-7166 for more information.

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