Lake Huntington Presbyterian Church Ladies Aid to hold a Penny Social at the Church Parlors, doors 11:30am, calling 12:30pm. Special raffles, free coffee and cake after calling, hot dogs and soda for sale. Donation: $1. 570/729-8247 or 845/932-8923.
By unanimous vote, the Town of Cochecton Board adopted a Climate Smart Communities Pledge Resolution at its March 13 monthly meeting. The towns of Tusten, Lumberland, and Delaware have ratified similar resolutions, all of which were based on a draft resolution provided by the county. Following review by councilman Larry Richardson and supervisor Gary Maas, the draft agreement was edited to outline goals that the board considers realistic for Cochecton at this time. Read more
Presbyterian Church, 5-7pm. Cost: adults $7, children 5-12 $4, under 5 free.
The Odyssey of the Mind team at Sullivan West Elementary School was recognized at the March 7 school board meeting for taking first place in its division at a recent regional competition in Goshen. The team advances to the state contest on March 23 in Binghamton. Read more
By a four-to-one vote at its February 13 monthly meeting, the Town of Cochecton board passed a resolution opposing new gun control legislation enacted by the New York State Assembly and Senate. Larry Richardson cast the dissenting vote, stating that as a longtime gun owner and hunter himself, he did not find the new legislation unduly restrictive to sportsmen; his statement was the only discussion by board members prior to the resolution vote. Read more
A group of Sullivan West Secondary School seniors received a lesson in bureaucracy at the district board meeting on February 7. Read more
The Sullivan West School Board voted January 10 to sell the shuttered Delaware Valley School Building for $1.16 million, but not before a lengthy debate about the district relinquishing mineral rights on the 10.9-acre property. Read more
Rock reggae group Balandera at The Nutshell, 4-7pm. Admission: $7. www.nutshellarts.com or 845/423-2905.
The Sullivan West High School Student Council will sponsor a blood drive in the Lake Huntington campus cafeteria, 2:30-7:30pm.
The Town of Cochecton has received the final draft of the Road Use Law written for eight local towns, and it seems the way is paved for adoption. The board may vote on the law at its December meeting. “I would assume that the board would adopt the law at that point,” said Supervisor Gary Maas. Read more