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Cardio Fit exercise class for adults

May 26, 2011

Simple movements to music from 50's through present at Liberty Fitness Center, 1-2pm, free. Blood pressure tests avail. 845/292-0756.

Not-for-profit coffee hour

June 15, 2011

Network w/ other not-for-profit organizations at Cornell Cooperative Ext., 10am-12noon, free. RSVP: 845/292-6180.

Exploring credit/debt management issues

June 2, 2011

Info on selecting & using credit wisely, paying down debt, credit reports & credit scores at Cornell Cooperative Ext., 5:30-7:30pm, free. RSVP: 845/292-5250.

Home weatherization workshop

June 14, 2011

Hands-on workshop on low-cost & no-cost weatherization practices at Cornell Cooperative Ext., 5:30-7:30pm, free. RSVP: 845/292-5250.

Red Cross babysitter's training

June 4, 2011

Ages 11-15 learn skills to safely & responsibly care for infants & children at Cornell Cooperative Ext., 9am-4pm, $50. RSVP: 845/292-6180.

Bratwurst dinner

June 1, 2011

Elks Lodge #1545, 5-7pm, adults/take-out $9, ages 11 & under $5, under 5 free. Public welcome. 845/292-3434.

'Because We Care'

June 2, 2011

Program for family caregivers at Cornell Cooperative Ext., 1-4pm, free. Refreshments, door prizes. RSVP: 845/292-5250 or 292-6180.

Plant sale

May 28, 2011

Cornell Cooperative Ext., members only pre-sale 9am-12noon, public sale 10:30am-12noon. 845/292-6180.

The town, the village and the Liberty cops

There was a general agreement that the village is facing dissolution at some point in the not too distant future. Richard Winters, mayor of the Village of Liberty, said, because Governor Andrew Cuomo is pushing for the consolidation of municipalities, and because the sour economy has pushed the village to the brink of insolvency, it seems that ultimately the village may cease to exist.  Read more

Liberty residents protest camp violations

Highview Acres Road is a dead-end street full of tidy ranch houses. At the end of the road is a newly built construction road cut into the woods to allow the owners of Hasc Summer Camp to access a remote portion of the property to build two large dormitories, 52 feet by 90 feet in size, and a single-family house.  Read more

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