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All-day Zen meditation

HONESDALE, PA — Two Rivers Zen Community (TRZC) will hold a zazenkai, a daylong retreat devoted to Zen meditation practice, on Sunday, May 3. Doors open at 7:45 and the first sitting begins at 8 a.m. Anyone who has practiced with Two Rivers or has experience with formal Zen practice elsewhere is welcome to attend.  Read more

‘Look Good, Feel Better’

HARRIS, NY — Catskill Regional Medical Center’s (CRMC) Cancer Support, in conjunction with the American Cancer Society, will host a free program called “Look Good, Feel Better” on Tuesday, April 21 at 3 p.m. The program will be held at CRMC, 68 Harris Bushville Rd., in boardroom A located on the second floor of the Ambulatory Services Building.  Read more

Safe Haven plans assault awareness events

PIKE COUNTY, PA — Safe Haven of Pike County, Inc. plans a month-long local observance of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Among the events are “Dine Out for Dignity,” a fundraiser at The Grotto in Milford on Friday, April 10 at 6 p.m.; a candle lighting to honor victims of sexual assault at various houses of worship throughout Pike County on Sunday, April 13 (to include your house of worship in this event, ask clergy call 570/296-2827, ext.  Read more

Donations sought for tricky tray

MILFORD, PA — The Delaware Valley School’s Future Business Leaders of America Class and the Pike County Chamber of Commerce are looking for donations for its first annual tricky tray fundraiser, to be held on Saturday, April 25 at the Delaware Valley Middle School gym.  Read more

Kiwanis family walks to fight hunger

MOUNTAINDALE, NY — The Kiwanis Clubs of the Hudson River West Division will hold their fourth annual Kiwanis Walks for Hunger on Saturday, April 18. All food items collected in Sullivan County will be distributed to various food pantries and distribution centers within the county.  Read more

‘Keep Calm and Woman On’

LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — SUNY Sullivan’s 19th annual Women’s Conference is set to take place on Saturday, April 11. This year’s theme is “Keep Calm and Woman On.” The keynote speaker will be Michele Balan. A finalist on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing,” Balan has appeared on the Joy Behar Show, Byron Allen’s “Comics Unleased” and the OUTlaugh festival on MTV. There will also be a full day of workshops on topics from jewelry making to cake decorating and from beauty tips to the latest fitness craze, Piloxing.  Read more

Growing Older Together meeting

BEACH LAKE, PA — A grassroots group focused on exploring ways to serve the needs the aging population in our community will host a meeting on Monday, April 13 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Berlin Township Community Center, 50 Milanville Rd. At this meeting, participants will investigate the possibilities of implementing the “Village” model in Wayne County, PA and Sullivan County, NY.  Read more

Knights hold tricky tray

MATAMORAS, PA — Knights of Columbus John Paul II Council 13935 of St. Patrick’s and St. Joseph’s will sponsor a tricky tray on April 11, at the Delaware Valley Elementary School gym, 244 Routes 6 and 209. Proceeds will fund a scholarship program and other local charities. Doors open at 11:30 a.m., with calling to start at 2 p.m. Admission is free; tickets cost $1 per sheet. There will be baskets, gift certificates, a kids’ table and an over-21 table. There will be door prizes, cash prizes and a 50/50. Call 845/672-3322.

Dinner to benefit family with sick dad

NEVERSINK, NY — There will be an all-you-can-eat pancake dinner to benefit the Krummack family at the Neversink Fire Department, located at 7486 Route 55, on Saturday, April 25 from 4 to 7 p.m. Chris Krummack was diagnosed with cancer, and due to the nature of his illness, has not worked since November of 2014. He is the sole breadwinner in his family of five. He has coached sports, volunteered for many community programs, and has been deeply engaged in his faith community, and the community has arranged this benefit to give back some of what he has given.  Read more

Farm bureau spring dinner

WAYNE AND PIKE COUNTIES, PA — New Pennsylvania Farm Bureau Vice President Chris Hoffman will be the featured speaker at the Wayne/Pike Farm Bureau Spring Dinner. Hoffman owns Lazy Hog Farms in Juniata County, where he manages several hog barns and raises 47,000 chickens. One of the highlights of the evening will be the awarding of scholarships to qualifying high school seniors. The funds are provided by local businesses that purchase advertising in Wayne/Pike’s ad booklet.  Read more

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