Meeting of the Sullivan County Philatelic Society at the Ted Stroebele Recreation Center, 1pm. Featured will be DVD program and philatelic quiz. Trading session, door prizes, giveaways, and refreshments. 845/794-2586.
MONTICELLO TO BETHLEHEM, PA--Bus trip to Sands DCasino Resort and Outlets (inside casino). Donation: $30; check made out to “Temple Sholom." Bus leaves Temple Sholom parking lot 9AM. Includes: $30 in play, $5 towards food, gratuity for bus driver, discount coupon book for outlets.
Representatives from the Sullivan County Division of Family Services (DFS) appeared at a meeting at the government center on August 7, and gave detailed reports about some of the division’s programs and operations. Read more
First Friday Networking Breakfast at the Blue Horizon Diner, 4445 Route 42, 7:45am-9am. Sponsor: The Keats Agency. Cost: $15 members
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Craig Russell, foremost chicken expert, will speak at the meeting of the Catskill Exotic Bird Club at TD Bank North Bldg, Broadway, 7:30pm. He will bring weird and rare chickens. Free admission and refreshments.
Master Gardeners Susan Dollard and Sandra Nackley from Cornell Cooperative Extension on "Salvaged Art for the Garden" at the Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library, 7pm. Learn creative ways to re-use and recycle ordinary objects into garden art. 845/794-4660.
Literacy Volunteers to hold a huge book sale at its Read it Again Book Store, 10am-4pm. This is a buy one, get one free sale. All proceeds benefit Literacy Volunteers. 845/794-0017.
Summer program at the Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library beekeeping with Don Bertholf, 7pm. Bertholf, a seasoned beekeeper, will share tips for beginner, intermediate and advanced beekeepers on how to get a hive/hives of bees up and producing honey, plus tips on how to protect your hives. Free. 845/794-4660.
The Sullivan County Philatelic Society will hold its meeting at the Ted Stroebele Recreation Center, 1pm. A 20-lot auction and short business meeting will take place first.
Monticello Police Chief Robert Mir announced today that the skeletal remains found on June 10, 2014, in a wooded area located behind the Sleepy Hollow Apartments Complex in the Village of Monticello have been positively identified, by DNA tests performed at the New York State Police Crime Laboratory, as the remains of April Parker, 31, of Terry Lane, Monticello, N.Y. An autopsy conducted has determined that Parker’s death was a homicide. Read more