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Loch Sheldrake

Chicken BBQ

June 2, 2012

Fire dept., 5-7pm, $10. Benefits American Cancer Society Relay for Life. 845/434-2724.

Kite festival

May 5, 2012

Kite flying demos, music, art show, rides, children's activities & more at SCCC, 10am-4pm. Free kites to first 200 children. 845/434-5750.

Women's conference

April 28, 2012

Keynote speaker & comedian Robin Fox at SCCC. 845/434-5750.

Condominium that burned had multiple violations; many residents lost everything

As many as 100 residents of Grandview Palace in Loch Sheldrake were made homeless when a blaze broke out on April 14 and raced through the aging campus. According to Michael De Vulpillieres, a spokesman for the Red Cross, about 80 of those people took temporary shelter at the Paul Gerry Field house at Sullivan County Community College.  Read more

Professional Women of Sullivan County meet

March 21, 2012

Showing documentary "Miss Representation" followed by coffee/dessert at SUNY Sullivan Theatre, 6pm. professionalwomenofSC@gmail.com.

Opera: 'Enchanted Island'

March 10, 2012

MET Opera on HD Production at Seelig Theatre, SUNY Sullivan, 12:55pm. 845/434-5750.

SUNY Sullivan gets sustainability consultant

SUNY Sullivan will be working with HospitalityGreen, a sustainable operations consultant, over the coming year. Sustainability is already a focus of SUNY Sullivan, with a state-of-the-art green facility and an extensive sustainable education curriculum.  Read more

Financial aid workshop

February 11, 2012

Learn the ins & outs of financial aid at SUNY Sullivan (Grossinger dining room), 9am-noon. 845/434-5750.

College to offer free tuition to top Sullivan grads

SUNY Sullivan’s interim president, Dr. William Murabito, has announced the introduction of a new Presidential Scholars program aimed at making a college education more accessible for high-achieving students graduating from Sullivan County high schools.  Read more

Drilling hearing draws large crowd; passions running strong three years on

Wes Gillingham, program director of Catskill MountainKeeper, has a tone that is perceptively more strident than when he and many others began the campaign to educate the public about the realities of hydraulic fracturing.  Read more

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