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Become a school board member

LIBERTY, NY — The Sullivan County School Boards Association will host a free orientation for community residents interested in becoming a local school board member. The workshop will take place on March 23 at Sullivan County BOCES Administration Building from 7 to 9 p.m., in conference room one.  Read more

Book & brew club at The Hub

PORT JERVIS, NY — The public computer center (The Hub) at the Port Jervis Free Library has created a new club for the residents of Port Jervis and the surrounding Tri-State Area, The Hub Book and Brew Review. The club will meet for the first time on Wednesday, March 18, under the guidance of Kate Gessner and Taylor Sauschuck. Each month through the spring, the group will read a book and then meet at a specified restaurant or pub on a Wednesday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. to discuss the book, and enjoy the food and beverage.  Read more

Volunteer victim advocates wanted

PIKE COUNTY, PA — Safe Haven of Pike County, Inc. will offer a training opportunity for volunteers to become victim advocates for our agency. Victim advocates help survivors of traumatic victimization on their road to recovery and healing by providing them with direct emotional support, information on the criminal justice system, resources in the community and crisis counseling.  Read more

Dessert extravaganza supports Literacy Volunteers

BETHEL, NY — Literacy Volunteers of Sullivan County will sponsor a Dessert Extravaganza on Sunday, March 15 from 1 to 3 p.m. at Friends Restaurant in Smallwood. Tickets cost $15, two for $25. All proceeds from ticket sales go to support the Bethel Literacy Center satellite and its Past Perfect Bookstore, located in the former Duggan School in White Lake. Call 845/794-0017 or mail your check to Connie Keller, P.O. Box 759, Monticello, NY 12701. Checks should be made payable to Literacy Volunteers of Sullivan County.  Read more

Manor, Roscoe and Lew Beach guide now digital

LIVINGSTON MANOR AND ROSCOE, NY — The 2015 Visitor’s Guide for Livingston Manor, Roscoe and Lew Beach has now been put into a digital version at and

The guide features articles, photographs, lodging and eateries, and things to do in the area. A collaborative effort of neighboring towns Roscoe, Lew Beach and Livingston Manor, the guide is produced by Quik Type.

Liberty accepting park pavilion reservations

LIBERTY, NY — The Town of Liberty Parks and Recreation Department will hold park pavilion rental reservations for Town of Liberty residents starting on March 2. Nonresident reservations will be accepted starting on March 16.  Read more

Ann Street School open house

MILFORD, PA — The Ann Street School will host an open house on Tuesday, March 3 from 4 to 7 p.m., in the education wing of the Milford United Methodist Church, 206 East Ann St. Meet the teachers, tour the school, and learn about preschool and pre-K programs and more. A book fair for those who would like to purchase childrens’ books and gifts will be held at the same time. Call 570/296-6124.

Tree and shrub program

SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — The Sullivan County Soil & Water Conservation District has announced its annual spring tree and shrub program. Landowners can choose from a wide variety of deciduous and conifer trees and shrubs and specialized packets such as nut tree, flowering tree amd shrub, wildflower, butterfly and perennials. Tree size and age allows the purchaser to select what’s right for their needs. A range of quantities is offered at reduced costs to promote conservation plantings. Other items available through the program are fruit trees, ground covers and wildlife habitat housing.  Read more

Bernt Balchen Lodge meets at new location

LACKWAXEN, PA — After having a winter break in January and February, the Sons of Norway Bernt Balchen Lodge #3-566 will meet on Sunday, March 15, at its new location, the Lackawaxen Volunteer Firehouse, 774 Rte. 590. The lodge will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a corned beef luncheon at 1 p.m., followed by a business meeting at 2 p.m.  Read more

Tedaldi on dean’s list at SUNY Cortland

MONTICELLO, NY — Brian Tedaldi, who graduated from Monticello High School graduate in 2011, has made the dean’s list at SUNY Cortland for 2014.

Tedaldo graduated Monticello on the superintendent’s list as a senior athlete who maintained an academic GPA of over 90 for his entire high school career.

At Sullivan County Community College Brian was on the dean’s and president’s list and graduated in spring of 2013 in the Physical Education Teaching Program. He is expected to graduate in 2015 from SUNY Cortland, and plans to become a physical education teacher.

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