About 60 people turned out to the Youngsville fire hall on July 23 to get a look at revised plans to replace the bridge over Panther Rock Creek on State Route 52 in Youngsville. Read more
Youngsville Fire Department's pancake breakfast at the Youngsville Firehouse, 7am-12noon. Pancakes, eggs, sausage, orange juice, coffee/tea. Cost: adults $8, children 5-12 $5, under 5 free.
St. Francis Church giant bazaar held outside in the parking lot, 4020 State Rte. 52, 6-10pm. Games, prizes, food, door prizes, music by DJ Mark. Rain date July 19.
Liberty Aglow Lighthouse annual yard and plant sale at the United Reform Church of Youngsville on Route 52, 9am-3pm.
Community blood drive at the Youngsville Firehouse, 2-7pm. Sponsored by the Fireman and Ladies Auxiliary. 1-800-REDCROSS or www.redcrossblood.org.
Spring penny social at the Youngsville Firehouse, doors open 6pm, calling at 7pm. Donation $1. Prizes, raffles, 50-50 drawing. Refreshments. benefits St. Francis Church.
“All about Wood”, a new show featuring fine and functional bentwood sculpture by Kevin Gref and walking sticks and canes by Ron Lindholm opens at Domesticities, 2-4pm. Kevin and Ron will be on hand to talk about what inspires them and will demonstrate some of their process. On display until March 31. 845/482-3333.
Please come out and join the Sullivan County Chamber of Commerce in welcoming Kelly L. Edwards, Nurse Practitioner and the
Youngsville Medical Center, 4054 State Route 52, Youngsville, NY
Wednesday, March 18th, 2015. From 11:45 am to 1:00pm
Ribbon Cutting will be at NOON followed by Coffee and Cake.
Now Open and Making Appointments!
Youngsville Fire Department annual winter pancake breakfast at the Youngsville Firehouse, 7am-12 noon. Adults $8, children 5-12 $5, under 5 free. Pancakes with real maple syrup, sausage, eggs, OJ, coffee and tea.
Panther Rock Creek and the Callicoon Creek, which converge in Youngsville, have flooded numerous times over the past decade, and now the state is moving to address the issue at Panther Rock.
At a public hearing on November 12, a representative from the NY State Department of Transportation (DOT) said the creek floods so often because the space below the bridge over the creek is too small. Root balls and trees get stuck in the opening and the water backs up and floods the surrounding buildings. Read more