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Temple Sholom brunch

August 25, 2013

Temple Sholom, will host a brunch featuring Dr. Neal Jacobs speaking about "Africa, the Peace Corps, and me," 11:30am. Cost: $15.

For More Information: 
845/794-2314, 845/796-3777 or 845/794-8731

Four arrested in Monticello on drugs, gun charges

Monticello police arrested four persons at Number Four Greenview avenue in the Village of Monticello on August 8.  Read more

Big book sale

August 11, 2013

Literacy Volunteers of Sullivan County will hold a huge book sale at Read It Again book store in the Literacy Center, 11am-4pm. Books priced as low as 25 cents. 845/794-0017.

Free rabies clinic

August 14, 2013

Free rabies clinic for all pets of Sullivan County residents at Town of Thompson Highway Department, 33 Jefferson St., 6-7:30pm. Dogs, cats, ferrets will be vaccinated.

Christmas tree meeting Monticello

The 60th anniversary of the Christmas Tree Farmers Association of New York (CTFANY) summer meeting was held in Sullivan County on July 19, with over 200 people attending.  Read more

Bagel Festival

August 17, 2013

The Bagel Festival on Broadway, 9am-6pm. Free admission. info@thebagelfestival.org.

Chinese auction

August 13, 2013

The Catskill Mountain Chapter of Hadassah will hold a Chinese auction at Temple Sholom, 7pm. Bring a wrapped item for the auction, valued at a minimum of $7, with a note hinting at what is inside the package. All proceeds will go to the Hadassah Hospital in Israel. Open to the public. Refreshments served. 845/292-8023.

Talk on the Borscht Belt

July 31, 2013

Barry Lewis will speak at the E.B. Crawford Public Library, 7:30pm. Lewis, an editor and columnist at the Times Herald Record and former waiter and pool manager in the Catskills, will discuss the history of the resorts and give a multimedia presentation on the newspaper's project to make sure the golden age of the Borscht Belt is not forgotten. 845/794-4660.

Trayvon Martin decision protested in Monticello

About 40 people turned out to the lawn in front of the courthouse in Monticello on July 20 to join the hundreds of groups in cities across the country who were protesting the decision in the Trayvon Martin shooting death.  Read more

College update from the president: A solar field, a new program, international students

The relatively new president of Sullivan County Community College, Dr. Karin Hilgersom, gave a presentation to county legislators on July 11 about the budget for next year and other developments at the facility.  Read more

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