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UDC officers to be sworn in

NARROWSBURG, NY — Magisterial District Judge Ronald J. Edwards will preside over a swearing-in ceremony for officers of the Upper Delaware Council (UDC) on Thursday, February 5, at 7 p.m. at the UDC office located at 211 Bridge St. The public is welcome to attend. A reception with cake and coffee will take place at the end of the monthly business meeting.

The 2015 UDC officers who will take their oaths are Chairperson Alan Henry, Berlin Township, PA; Vice-Chairperson Susan Sullivan, Town of Tusten; and Secretary-Treasurer Jeffrey Dexter, Damascus Township, PA.  Read more

Doubles bowling with the Elks

MONTICELLO, NY — Monticello Elks Lodge #1544 will present its 16th annual Scotch Doubles Bowling Tournament at Kiamesha Lanes on Saturday, March 7 at 2 p.m.

Each team will consist of one male and one female. There will be four games of no-tap bowling plus a full chicken barbeque including beer, wine and soda at the Elks Lodge following the tournament. There will be prizes for the top three teams.

The suggested donation is $40 per team. Reserve by February 28 by contacting Dean Shattuck at 845/794-1172.

Kindergarten registration

MILFORD, PA — The Kindergarten registration process for Delaware Valley Elementary School’s 2015–2016 Kindergarten class will begin with a parent meeting scheduled for Tuesday, March 10, with a snow date of Wednesday, March 11.  Read more

Sleigh of Goodies winners

LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — The winners of the Livingston Manor Chamber of Commerce 10th annual Sleigh of Goodies raffle were drawn in late December. This season’s winners are Julie Gray of Liberty, Emma Wegener of Roscoe and Thomas Ellison of Livingston Manor. For more on what they thought about being a Sleigh of Goodies winner and shopping locally, see www.livingstonmanor.org.

Get help enrolling in health marketplace

REGION — Maternal-Infant Services Network, Inc. (MISN) provides navigators to help you, your family, or your small business apply for affordable health insurance through the New York State of Health Marketplace. Our staff provides one-on-one assistance in both English and Spanish, free of charge. Open enrollment ends on February 15. Call 800/453-4666.

UDC committees meet

NARROWSBURG — The Upper Delaware Council’s (UDC) Project Review and Operations Committees will meet on Tuesday, January 27, at the UDC office, 211 Bridge St.  Read more

Community EaT Kitchen opens at CCE

LIBERTY, NY — The new Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County (CCESC) Entrepreneurial and Teaching (EaT) Kitchen will have its official grand opening and ribbon-cutting on Friday, January 30, from 12 noon to 1 p.m. The kitchen is located at CCESC’s Gerald J. Skoda Extension Education Center on 64 Ferndale-Loomis Rd. A light lunch will be provided by Natural Valley Kitchen of Jeffersonville.  Read more

Join the Battle of the Books

MONTICELLO, NY — Students in seventh grade or older are welcome to join Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library’s Battle of the Books team, The Novel Bunch.

Battle of the Books is a reading competition for teens entering grades seven through 12. Participants in the Ramapo Catskill Library System (RCLS) program read eight pre-selected books, and then participate in trivia-based battles on the books at the regional battle, which is usually in early September.  Read more

ECS seeks hall of fame nominations

ELDRED, NY — The Eldred Central School Hall of Fame is seeking nominations. It was organized many years ago as a positive way of recognizing, preserving and promoting the heritage of the Eldred School District community. Nominees must exemplify high standards of citizenship, leadership, ethical conduct and moral character.  Read more

Fish fry dinner

MONTICELLO, NY — The Monticello Kiwanis Club will hold a fish fry dinner on Wednesday, February 18, at Monticello Elks Lodge, 46 North St. from 5 to 7 p.m. Dinner includes cod, fries and coleslaw prepared by Tastefully British. Homemade desserts and beverages will also be served. The cost is $13 per person. Eat in or take out. Tickets will be sold at door. Call 845/807-6332.

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