Red Fox Game Preserve hunter training class at the Lake Huntington Firehouse, 8:30am-4:30pm. Soda and hot dogs sold for lunch. Pre-registration required. Sign up and receive manual at Cochecton Mills. 631/968-8210.
The Sullivan West Student Council is sponsoring a clothing fundraiser at the high school in Lake Huntington until Monday, May 25. A dumpster donated by Thompson’s Sanitation is next to the parking circle at the high school for your convenience in dropping off bags.
Sullivan West High School Student Council is sponsoring a blood drive in the high school's cafeteria, 2:30-7:30pm. Register at 1-800-733-2767 or www.redcrossblood.org.
The Transformation Choir will present the Christmas Cantata "Sing With the Angels" by Joel Raney at the Lake Huntington Presbyterian Church, 2pm. Other holiday music will be included. It's a free concert with donations to benefit area food pantries. Refreshments will follow.
Sullivan West WSUT and SRP Union present "Arsenic and Old Lace" at the high school auditorium, 2pm. Proceeds benefit the scholarship fund.
Sullivan West WSUT and SRP Union present "Arsenic and Old Lace" at the high school auditorium, 7pm. Proceeds benefit the scholarship fund.
The Sullivan West Central School (SWCS) District’s Historical Alumni Association fall meeting on the auditorium stage at the SWCS High School Campus, 8-11am. Mission is to preserve the history of the component districts by sorting through boxes of memorabilia. 845/482-4610 x3169 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Benefit for Addison Umbaugh and his family at the Lake Huntington Firehouse, 5-8pm. Addison is a six-month-old who has been diagnosed with glucose and galactose malabsorbsion, a rare deficiency that makes it difficult to process foods. Donation: $10, 12 and under $7.
Penny social at the Lake Huntington Presbyterian Church. Doors open at 11:30am, calling at 12:30pm. Hot dogs, soda, water available for purchase. Cake and beverage served after the calling. Donation: $1. 570/729-8247 or 845/932-8923.
According to a source who has been reliable in the past, and is familiar with proposed sale of the Narrowsburg School, the deal fell through at the closing table either on September 12 or the previous day.
The source said the attorneys were at the closing table and Joan Buto, the person who wanted to buy the school and turn it into a drug and alcohol rehab facility, appeared at the closing and raised the price of the school from $751,000 to $1.5 million, doubling the asking price. Read more