Lake Huntington News
I had a great few days away with my husband for his birthday. We spent it in Old Saybrook, CT. What a fabulous place. We went on a steam engine train ride up the Connecticut River and then took a steamboat back down the river. The next day we went on a two-hour brunch jazz cruise. What a fun time and good food. If you like trains and boats, this is the place to go. However, on the way home, I made a big mistake, which I will never do again; I went into the Wal-Mart in Monticello to get milk and soda. OMG, the place was a zoo. Next time if the parking lot is packed, I will keep going. I am still shaking. What rude people! I left my milk and walked out.
The Lake Huntington Fire Company would like to thank everyone who came out to make their field day a success. I was told the pancake breakfast and chicken barbeque went well. There were over 50 antique cars and tractors to see. Townspeople coming out to support this kind of event is what makes a town a town. Sorry I missed it.
The Cochecton Center Community Center is accepting donations for the upcoming tag sale scheduled for July 26 and 27 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Items can be dropped off at the hall behind the church building on Monday, July 21 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and from 7 to 8 p.m. or on Tuesday, July 22 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 7 to 8 p.m. If you need a different time, call Bill Grund at 845/252-7394. Please (!) no clothing or electric items. Any other questions, call Sharon Umnik Reitmeyer at 845/252-7463.
Russell Richardson, a 1995 graduate of Narrowsburg Central School and 1997 graduate of Sullivan County Community College, married Jennifer McCormick on June 21 at Saints John and Andrew Catholic Church. The reception was at the Links at Hiawatha Landing. Parents Peggy and Larry Richardson and Cherie and Richard McCormick are very happy for the newlyweds and grandsons Oliver, Samuel and Sage. They reside in Binghamton.
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