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May 22, 2013

I was down in Queens last weekend and went out to Long Island to my mother’s grave. It used to be my father’s grave; I have to remember he is still in there. She is on the back of my father’s stone military style, and we had a saying put on her side of the stone—“Open doors, open arms and open heart.” That was how my parents lived their lives and raised us. I truly was blessed with great parents. I also visited Marie Smith, who is Jean Kerrigan’s sister. She says hello to all; she is doing well.

The All Class Reunion will be held on Saturday evening, June 29 at the Narrowsburg Inn. The buffet has been cancelled due to lack of tickets sold, but you’ll be able to order off the menu. Come out and enjoy the band, After Shock. They’ll be performing from 8 p.m. until midnight. Rekindle friendships, visit and reminisce. All schools and all grads welcomed. If you have any questions go to Candace Bennis on Facebook.

The Lake Huntington Presbyterian Ladies Aid thanks all the ladies who made our spring luncheon a success. Women attended from Livingston Manor, Roscoe, Hortonville, Liberty, Bethel and Lake Huntington. The food and entertainment was matched only by the fellowship. A skit, written by past member Lillian Krauss, was updated for the occasion. It was a fun time for all.

The Catskill Region’s Antique Automobile Club of America is busy working on its 50th anniversary car show set for Sunday, June 2 at the Rock Hill Fire Department’s Frog’s Pad. Many Lake Huntington/Cochecton residents are club members including president Vicky Krauss and husband Keith, Heide and Bill Sheppard, Barry and Ruth Robisch and from Narrowsburg, Dave and Nancy Tyler. There will be over 100 antique cars, trucks and motorcycles, a flea market/swap meet, DJ, raffle baskets, free kids activities and great food prepared by the Rock Hill Fire Department. Mark your calendar for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Spectators pay $2, kids free with paid parents. The cost to enter a car is $8 pre-registered, or $12 the day of the show. Call 845/932-8923 for information.

The Sally Katzoff Memorial Town Park cleanup day is on June 1. For information call Rosemary at 845/932-8542 Have a great week and email me at leeniebeans@citlink.net or call 845/252-3568 if you have any news.