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April 18, 2014
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Lake Huntington News

The weather is getting nicer, the days are getting longer and the tax season is over. If you have any tax questions, you have to call the Sullivan County treasurer’s office at 845/807-0200. If you need a receipt you can go to www.taxlookup.net.  Read more

Lake Huntington News

Well, according to the calendar it is springtime. The snow needs to go away, however, and the sun needs to shine. With the arrival of nicer weather, many local meetings will be starting up again. On the third Monday of the month, April 21, the Cochecton Democratic Club will have its monthly meeting, and here’s another reminder—dues will be collected, $5 per member. The Republican Club meets the first Monday of the month at 7:30 p.m. The Women’s Community Club of Cochecton will hold its first meeting of 2014 on Tuesday, April 8 as long as the weather is good.  Read more

Lake Huntington News

March 10, 2013: one year ago my mother went to heaven to be with my dad. I was truly blessed with great parents. They taught me how to enjoy life, help others and work for what you want, and to love unconditionally. Last Saturday my family was together for my brother’s 50th birthday, and we had a dedication to my mom. There was not a dry eye in the house, with everyone singing Danny Boy. Every Sunday my mother would cook dinner and sing her Irish songs; “Danny Boy” was her favorite. My little cousin Nicholas took the microphone and wanted all of us to listen to him speak with her.  Read more

Lake Huntington News

What a week! I need to thank the two guys in a blue pickup who stopped to help my husband, Tommy. Last Wednesday during the freaky snow storm, he slid off the road and into a snow bank by the playground near Heinle’s General Store. He said the car was covered in snow and he could not see out the window. The two guys (I wish I knew who they were) could not get him out. Thank God, Lurch Campfield pulled up and pulled him right out.  Read more

Lake Huntington News

I’m sitting at home watching the 50th anniversary celebration of the Beatles on TV. My older sister is a Beatles freak; she will chase Paul all over the world. You could see her interview about being a life-long Beatles fan running for the entire weekend on Channel 2 TV in New York City.  Read more

Lake Huntington News

Baby it’s cold outside—so much snow and it’s freezing. I do not know how the homeless people do it. If you have an elderly neighbor please check in on them.  Read more

Lake Huntington News

I was out and about with my husband Tommy eating dinner at Angelina’s on The Hill the other night, when it was really cold out, and a bunch a kids came in—the Sullivan West Bulldogs basketball team—and not one of them had a coat on. Nice to be young. There was this one kid, Ronj Padu, wearing snap-up pants. Those of you who know me will understand that I had to ask him what kind of pants they were with the snaps up the side. He gave me a look and said warm-up pants, and then he went to the back room to eat his pizza or whatever it was he was eating.  Read more

Lake Huntington News

I hope everyone had a very nice Christmas, and we all can look forward to a Happy and Healthy New Year. It is that time of year again town taxes, this year you will be able to pay with a credit card.  Read more

Lake Huntington News

That was some snow we got! I love to shovel, but I hate to drive in it. (I am lucky my brother plows for us.)  Read more

Lake Huntington News December 5

The Open Your Heart for Local Children toy drives will kick off this Saturday, December 7 at 6 p.m. at the Narrowsburg Inn, and at around 8 p.m. the Santa Express will be arriving. A second event will be held on Wednesday, December 11 at 6 p.m. at Tony’s on the Lake; admission is an unwrapped toy. There are also donation boxes in the Lake Huntington and Narrowsburg post offices, plus a box located in the Sullivan West High School. If you want to make a monetary donation you can send a check to Food Pantry, P.O. Box 54, Narrowsburg, NY 12764. Please put “TOYS” in the memo line.  Read more

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